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April 1, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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Angeltne Breeding, alia~ Angle S. ton, to-wit: from making or asserting any right Breeding, Nancy Ann Fairchild, Lots 5 and 6 in Block 5 of lame+ title, lien or interest in said lands alia,s Nancy Fairchild, Fannie Van A. Smith's Addition to Palouce, an~ tenements adversely to plaint- Dyne. Laura Liddle, Lilliau Rob-iVeashington, together with the iffs, their heirs or assigns. erts, Louis Roberts, Frauk i~ol)erts, hereditaments thereunto belonging, W.P. MORRISON, Charles Roberts. B. F. Shields, Mrs. and to forever debar and enjoin Attorney for Plaintiffs.P.O. a~+ A J. Williams, Charley P Allen, ithe said defendants and each of them dress, Palouse, Wash. 346 Lucy McCu!lech, i'u" unknown i heirs of John J M,Ctl}lemh deceas-I ed; the unknown bells of '1hen]as MeCulloeh, decease 1 ; the un- known heirs of Jeff MeCul!och, de- ceaseff; the unknown heirs of Grocery Specials John McCulloch, deceased; the tmknow'n heir~ of Elizabeth ~'are, deceased; tltc unknown heirs cf here id Mrs. Warn:an+ ~ : : i.'h ::~ nnouncement THE MACHINE SHOP AND EQUIPMENT FORMERLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY J. C. ZESIGER IS NOW OCCUPIED BY OS~AR KILDOW AND R. E, HAGEN. THEY WILL CONDUCT A GENERAL RZ- PAIR BUSINESS. DOING LATHE AND MACHINE WORK. 0XY-ACETYLENE WELDING, AUTON0+ BILE REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. AT AN EARLY DATE A BLACKS-~ITH WIIL BE INSTALLED AND YOUR BUSINESS IN THAT LINE WII,L BE TAKEN CARE 01/' ALS0+ ow Hagen Machine Shop. East End Main Street Get a Farm from tSe CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY THE Canadian Pacific ReUway olTet~ yogi a great opportunity to OWn farm home. Many of these farmshave paid for themeelve~ with the first crop. Out of ita last big black of reserved farm |ar, ds yau can buy your farm under n Dlan of long te:m easy payments that i. remarkable i~ the h~tor of (arm investmcuts. Last Big Opportunity Unt|I this land {s dispose~ of the Cana- dian Pacific Railwayol~ersyou tha mes~ wonder{u! opportunity ~ t~te world to own a Larm, achieve independ~ ~d ~row rich in Western Canada. it offera to tell you tarm landa in the xleh open prairies and fertile park lands of the Lloydminster and Battleford Dist~it~ o[ Central Alberta and Saskatchewan or in Manitobn for nn ~verage Of about $18.00 an acre. Twenty Years to Pay The Cenadian Paifin offer= you thle {and under n plan of long term, eany payments. You pay down |0~, Then yoLI have no payrnenton the prindp~ until the end of the fourta~ year. then aixt~en annua| paymentL |nter~et ill 6.g In Central ~a~katchewan, Sea~' Wheeler grew the worid'a prlza wheat. Wor]d'a prize O&ta were grown It Lloydminstero Special Rates for Home. .eekerg ~nd Full luformat|on The Canadian Pacific win not ~ll you a /arm until you have ir~pecte~ it. To make thia ea~, apeciai railway ratee have been arranged. Do not delay your investigation. This is thalast ~reat blocker Canadian Pacific Reserved ~arm Lands, Send today for complete information--wlthout obligatlon. R. C. BOSWORTH l)isl !'let t{epre,,;ent;ttive ( ?Ltll3(li;i 1! |'aeific l~ail- \\%ly, (~().. I ,;illd I3rallch. ~0:) Spl"uglle :\ VtL. Spo t~. :t ~ie~, \\';i Mt i ll,t', LO! C. It, FARNSWORTH I,ocM +\);cnt. J~t~lOil,'4e, \V~I ........ - The Canadian Pacific Railway will furnish you with the la~est/nforma- tion on every phueof Canadian Life. No charge or obligation attached to thls aerviee. You are ~nvited to make use of it. Write or ear at the Bureau of Canad/an lnfotm&~o~ It 16~ ~+ Ontar{o St., Chica~o t270 ~roadway. New York. or ~35 Wh~d+or 3t~tior~ M~ntt~ai, P.Q COHING TO PALOUSE UNITED DOCTORS Specialists DO NOT USE SURGERY Will Be At HOTEL PALOUSE Monday. April 4 Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p, m. ONE DAY ONLY ,',:() !'i-[AR(]E-F'OR EXAMINATI()N 'l'i~,~ du(.tor in chars(; is a grad~late in medicine aud surgery, and is li- ecn:~ed by the state of \Vashington. He visits professionally the more im- l)ortant (owns al~(l cities and offeru to all who call on this trip, consulta- t~Oll ;:tlld (':Xalllhlation lree, except the e\D~qlse of iretlt]nont when desil'~d .\ccordil]g t(~ his lnethod of treat- !1;,+!l[ he (lees }lOI c~Dei'itl(+ for chroaie al~ ,ndiciLis. gall s/ones, ul(:er.q of s;',;nach, tonsils !)r adenoids. [!e has to his credil many wond,~r fttl results in disease> or SlOlUtl'h. 1:. [+. b(~wels, blood. ~4kin. nerve~ h,';t~'l k]!tne,, ltl;Ld(ler, b+~tl wettinv c; ,,Yrh. w , al,: l LIII gs, r lie tlillat i~;lp s', [u{[ca l('~t tl ) (+f!rb L{]!tl I'('CI a| 1!i|- 1) (~I[[S. if you h:!vn been ailing for any length