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March 25, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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Will Move to Palouse. iWilliams has lived on his farm fur ('. W. Williams, who disposed of!19 years arid has lived in the l~alonso district for almost 40 year's. He in- his personM property at auction !asl i . i forms Tile Republic that he an,l his 'thursday, has leased ills farm near wife hoth agreed that they woiAd Viola. and will, in a few weeks move]rather make their tlom(~ in Pahmso to Palouse to make his home. ,Fir,Ithan iu iny other commnnitv. Announcement THE MACHINE SHOP AND EQUIPMENT FORMERLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY J. C, ZESIGER IS NOW OCCUPIED BY OSCAR KILDOW AND R. E. HAGEN. THEY WILL CONDUCT A GENERAL RE. PAIR BUSINESS, DOING LATHE AND MACHINE WORK. 0XY-ACETYLF~E WELDING, AUTOM0- BILE REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. ( AT AN EARLY DATE A BLACKSMITH WILL BE INSTALLED AND YOUR BUSINESS IN THAT IJNE WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF ALSO. Kildow g a, Hagen Machine Shop. East End Main Street PUBLIC SALE n imnli i i i Nil t II nn In At the old Southworth farm, five miles southeast of Palouse, in East Cove, on FRIDAY, April 1 Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. A general farm sale including her ses, cattle, farm machinery, har- ~]1 ness, tools, and many other articles used about a farm. h ~[ free lunch served at noon. ..... .... C. FISHE]R,, Owner ~I p,.=w,,,=,.,=,.,'".~' ".i~'~.l~u.~I!~ u ".IF./~i.~IAim.uJ.~l!~u.i~Z ,;~ H,J.~ku_m [ llI I. roll n flail ~II lulmllilu m Iii Ii u Ni~u~elil]iTillirliTili~i~|rirfill]~... ] ~-~I Ill nIFiP Ii Trnri Ill- UlO/Elll" LI iI CATTLE AI PRIVATE SALE 20 HEAD OF RFAHST~D SHORTHORN DURHAM C0WS AND HEIFERS, ALL BRED TO FRESHEN THIS SPRING AND FALL, AND SOME HAVE CALVES NOW. WILL I~E S0LD AT PRIVATE SALE. ALSO 2 YEARLING SHORTHORN BULLS, LARGE ENOUGH FOR SF, RVICE THIS SPRING. TWO REGISTERED BERK SHIRE SOWS, BRED. 2 GRADE MILK COWS, FRESH NOW. FRANZ~N WANTS R0aD CHANGEI (Continued from page one) / tion to Mr. Duke. The banquet will be b,-ld next Momlay evening, Marcll 28, at the Paiousc hotel, a~ 6::'0. Plates will be sohl at, $1 eat.h und members of the {:ommittee will vi:'it the chanlber members ill tile mean-- time ill order thai tire hotel mana~.'e- ment nlay know definitely the num- ber to be served. Hon. W. E. Mc- Croskey of Colfax, a life me.tuber of the organization, will be a speaker at tt~e banquet. Potlatch Woods Foreman Injured. Potlatch, March 2a.---Mr. Rober~ Jones, foreman of a Potlatch Lum- ber company crew from the wood~ de- partment at BeFall, who came to Pot- latch with his crew to break the jam in the Palouse river" above the Upl)er dam of the Potlatch Lumber coral)any which went out during the flood last week, suffered a fraet.ured leg yesterday just as they were com- pleting the work. A choker' had been placed on the last log and when tl~e cable was tightened the log re!led and before Mr. ,lones ceuld get Gilt o~ the way he was rang'hi between !he log and a rock and his leg bro.ken. tle was taken to the hospital of :be Western Hospital Association at Bo- viii. Mr. Jones is a Prother of T. P. Jones, superintendent of woods one- ratious. Will Hold Guild Meeting. The Guild of Holy Trinity EI)isc)- pal church will meet next We3nes- day afternoon, March 30, in the par- ish house. The meeting is an im- portant one and all members are ask- ed to be present. KAMiAC Mrs. Robert Babb has been sick since Sunday, but is now better Master Bryan Blane has been con- fined to his bed for several (1~ .~s pw.~| with lagrippe. .lames Blanc and wife from Pot- latch, spent the day Monday at Wal- tel" Blane's home, also Mr. and Mrs. .lack Glass from Walla XValla were welcome visitors at the Blase he, me this week. There will be no school next week at the Daily school house beeau.;e of the county institute. Sergeant Admits Killing of Major, Providence, I:L l:---Roland R. I'o.thier of Central ]~alis, formerly that hc kiileq ~eant, formally admitted that ht~ killed Major Alexander P. Cronklfite, son of Major-General Adelbert Crenkllit,, at Camp Lewis, Wash., October~a,')" 1918. Since l)othier was discharged from the army in Jane, 1919, the departmen{ of justice has been searching for him. tie was arreslod here Thursday at tire Auburn freight yards of the New ttaven rai|rosxi, where he wa~ employ- ed as a hrakeman. Major Cronkhtle met tlls death on the Camp Lewis panel range during praetice. An army board declared that death was acci- dental. Embargo on Meats Urged on Harding. ~rashington.--An embargo on the importation of meats and read.iustment of freight rates on livestock from the Wast and Southwest was urged by a delegation which called on Preaident Harding, AMONG THE CHURCHES @44@44441'44444444 Lutheran Church. Services will be held in the chapel Senday morning March 27, at 9:30. R. J. JANKE, Paator. Holy Trinity Church, E. W. BURLESON, Vicar. Easter day: Holy Communion 8:00 and 11:00., Children's service 4:00. Vespers 5:00.~ Catholic Church. Instead of the regular serviee.~ iu March~ there will be these special services, conducted by a redemptoris~ father: Sunday, March 13, at 7:50 p. m. rosary and sermon. Monday, March 14, mass at 7 a. m., and mass and instruction at 9 a.m. You are cordially invited to attend. CARL PHILIPP, pastor. The Church of God. The Church of God will hold Sun- day school and preaching services at the Presbyterian church each Sun- day in the future. Sunday school a~: 2:00 p. m., preaching at 7:",0 p. m. Everybody invited. Easter Services at M. E. Church. Sunday school classes will meet at the usual hour. At eleven o'clock there will he a program, given by the Sunday school, instead of regular m:~!lPreaching service. There will be a - - - n~f~[musical program in the evening at Owner li7:30' fllowed by an Easter medita" L L Young tion. At 6 o'clock Sunday morning IP PaXSCZTO~. xaAno ~],he Sacramen, of the Lord's Supper "~-, ~ | ~ ~= u m!:-mn/~ ~ sn s "~--'~- .~l'~]]will be administered. We invite the, there will be a sunrise prayer meet- ing at the church at which time public to join us in all these se~- vices. W. M, MARTIN, P'~stor. Lectures on Revelation. The interesl is growing. La.sl Sun- day the let:~tH'e brought ~ts to ~)u~ very time. Next Sunday's h;ctur~:. will bring us l)eyolrd, to the thing:- thai may not be far off. lhaI. iS *h,~ secolad coining of the l~ord. \Vo will also nee what lie thinks of lhe churches, and that it is no! enougll to be a church member to please Him. I one has got to be the right kind of a ]for the destitute and ichnreh member. We may he able]tral~ Europe. There is no also to start on Babylon and what it[than that to celebrate the is. Come and spend a profitable at-[ tion of the Lord Jesus. S tll(~ l(~rllOOi1 hotll'. Remcn~ber, the timc lttt 10 a. m. Senior B. Y. iS Silllllil, y, ::; l)* Ill, The 1/13CO is tim[ 6:;;0. Subject, "The lie Paptist ehtlreh. * l,azarus.'" The evening ....... be hehl in the afternoon at The Baptist Church the third lecture on Easter will tie (mitt)rated at tll:~ bc give.n. The Subject of |qtl)tist ehur'el~ by special music ;Hid lure will be the Second a ser'illOll oil tile Resurrection of Christ and the seven Christ. Also by taking an offering meeting on Thursday at 7:30 The store that DUDLEY' Saves you money Men's Spring Suits Men's and young n;en's new sprnig all-wool suits, modeled to the ~atest fashions, finest tailoring, finest wearing' suits you wilt find tor $29.~0 tO $45.00 Overalls. Shirts. and Gloves Men's extra high grade 220 denim overalls, reg. price $1.8,-9 Men's fall cut ehambra work shirts, regular price 98c Men's blue wrist canws gloves, regular price 3 for 50c 6ree. Hood Shirts Are .cod shirts-- they'll stand wear as well as washnig ~ ~c r~.~1 --and they come in so many good pat.. terns for Easter that we are sure to be able to pleas~ you. Priced $1.50 and up. ARROW Trff - Tailored SOFT COLLARS The set-up-style, fit and finish present a quality quite out of the ordinary. i Scarfs for Easter h fine assortment of men's new dl scarfs, specially p~eed for Easter each $I,0 Dry Goods 36-inch standard percales, specially priced at, the yard .................................. g3 27-inch zephyr dress ginghams, priced at the yard .................................. ~ 32-inch Devonshire cloth, specially priced at the yard .................................. 32-inch Romper cloth, specially priced at the yard ................................. lhe hew Woolens of Spring Invite Selection ' ~' ~" ' "~ ':.,..:",:~t: !> il w_~lens, you'll be eager to choose three or four patterns, 17"5j !! so tempting are the weaves and color tones. Sportive ~, plaid suitings, coatings and the lighter weight woolens i for strectfrocksareallinevidcn0e. Consider~lgquali. ~~ ~{ioods ties, these offerings are marked agreeably low. P~INC SS I ili Hershey's Cocoa, ~/~Ib can ............ 23c Hershey's Cocoa, lib can ............ 45c i Groceries Princess Flour, again at its pre-war stand. ard. Barrel ........ $9.60 Sack .......... $2.lt5 Del Monte Catsup, a very good grade, sell- ing this week at 29c the battle. Swans Down Cake Flour, package... 50c Sunkist Apricots, No. 21/2 can ............ 350 Towle's Log Cabin Syrup, large can ...... $1,M Towle's Log Cabin Syrup, medium c~n .... 74,. Ivory Soap Flakes package ........ lOc Instant Posture large can ......... 50c small can ....... 25c Libby's Red Beans, the can ............. lOc Olympic Pancake Flour package ........ 299 Life o'Wheat, a splen- did breakfast food, spe- cially priced at ......