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r GIVE FAREWELL KE the producer, and to the (a~t ~h; i there had been l}]L1ch ]es:z ,!xD~!I:>jOtll l!~;A(!h person present was requested here than in lllost places. 11o place his llallle on the hotel ]'o?,is- !qualified to meet the requirewents of LuesiIlg, March. 1898; D, M. Oudiey, i(he importan't position t,,, which he!Janu~rY, 1902; Robert L Sn,iih. Oc- ihed been called, tober. 1899; A. Teckenburg. AuSn~t i AIX~r dismissal, Mr Duke w~,.~, asked11909; E, W. Burleson. 1919. N.B. i.hx Itl( ehairma, to stand at ~a. d,~,r, Jttunuperger, October, 1905: Lester wh(:'e he greei:~O with a mu,d~lu'-~J~el]Daily, May, 1882; W. E..laci::uan, ,m.(i l~erson as he left the rob.t, ll)e('end)er, 1915; E. M. Holt, March A List of Pioneers. ! 191'9. A. P. Mmray, ],ebruary. 1'919, ~J. P. Duke, June, 18,91; Stanley An- derson. January, 1892; S, t. West, July, 1878; H. l,. Gritman Novem- with ~he main Norlh pnd ,~kmlh "" ' " Spring Millin After Mr. I)uke's tall,:, A. P M,,v- ray, cashier o~ the Farmer~ Nation~d bank, was called HI)Oll an(] sp~d.e (,f ~he cordial rela~ion~ existizP b(:, v, ~:c:t he al~d Mr. l)uke as eo!q)e~~(,,'~ in :) tininess, M. D. MePherson, wi~o su(:,,'eSs Mr. Duke as cashier of the Se,.~Irity State bank, spoke of Mr. Duke. tHld~-:~" whom he had worked for many y:~ar:, as all excellent fl'iend and all t~,'.,e ti~- riser. R. L Smith, a director in lhe ,qeml- ritv State bank and a eto'::( hl~shJ~.'~4! associate of Mr. I)uke for Ill:In" ),(}ar~, stated that: we frequenil:- d,) >,)t ;.'p- preciate the ability of men iu :~ v.>~:.Hl (:omnlllnity wit}l wholn we :s:-;o('i:lt~ continually until outside interests i~er, wilh the year and month ot his arrival in Palouse. The following; imeresting list of names and Pata I was thus secured:: d. C. Northrup, May, 1871: ,1. A. Miller, April 1888; A. ,I. Webster, l)ecember, 1886 ; H. A. Lqer, ing, April, 1892; George N. t,anmhere. 1890 ; Alex W,,rner, i Fehruary, 1 March, 1885 ; Lloyd Miller, ~lay, l 1892; J. J. Johnson, October, 1910;I G. D. Kincaid, September, 1887. D. tWin B. Hravison. 1903; P,. M Sehick,] September, 1899; Ed Howe:! 51av,~ t88S: E. M, Irwin, June. 191d; Lt 1_,. Young, May, 1906; W. F. Mort(- sou, January. 1'916; P. W. Greene. February, 1906; F. H. A:&corn, April, 1892: 1. C. Petersou, dune. ber, 18,92; A. H. Poage, 1913; W J. Holway, March, 1893; H. Lebold, April, 1884; Charles Lehold, April, 1884; A, R. Grimes, June, 1911 ...................... PALOUSE HIGH FINISHES VERY HEAVY SCHEDULE 14 Out of 22 Games---None Lost at I-lame. ] ! The Palouse High School l,926-211 ! basket tossers, last week, completedt the heaviest schedule any P. H. %~ Highway Farm lies practical!:., {we~ and can all l)e worked with ~ra~deru i All fenced and cross fenced hoe ,SqiH. One hundred :.totes in /all \vhept; twenty acres in alfalfa: twenI:: :~vres in timothy and ch)ver, balance ~,) ~:~i put in spring crop. One of tll~ he~Li irnprovedv faring ill the Genesee ,u)un-i try Two sets of dwellings. On. new; .~!(!V en-roonl boilse, ol-i e six- r (),.!DI { ]house: barn 60x80 fee~: (l~ree gr,u- !aries with capacily of seven thu~- and bushels of graili. Hog hotlse uud severat other outl ui dings and ,)r~e olle-h(lndre,(i fifty tol~ silo. All build- ings electrically lighted. Place w,.-,ll ~ atered Terlns of sEile oH f;lrll] - 10 tlel' c(!iq! o!' the selling 0rice ou dJv ()1' ~a~e. This is the month in which you will buy your new spring hat. Persons who have spected millinery stoek~ elsewhere say that is nothing better in the Palouse country. We made an effort to put in a stock that will and will appreciate having you call and see yourself before bu~ng recognize the ability and fi~d a ~d:~re where use may be made