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WHAT YOUR NEiSHBORS J. J. Johnson was in Pulhnan Tues- day on business. Attorney W. F. Morristm was in Moscow on business Wednesday. A. D. O'Kelly, implement dealer, of Colfax, was Ill Palouse Tuesday on business. Dr. E. K. Wolfe ht~ purchased a new Ford sedan, which he Is now using tn his practice. C. S, barns of the Inland Empire investment company, Spokane, was in Palouse Wednesday on business. Dr. J. M. Risley attended a meet- ing of the Whitman and Latah Coun- ty Dental association in Moscow Mon- day. Miss Mildred Duke was the guest of Miss Mildred McFarland at Colfax last week, returning home Saturday evening. J. C. Graham, Spokane stock buy- or, was in Palouse the first of the week arranging to ship a ear of eat- tie from this place. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coleman of Malden spent several days last week in Palouse, visiting Mr, Coleman's mother, Mrs. H. T. Coleman. Mrs, Katie Wery returned to the Cheney normal Sunday, after spend- ing the Easter vacation with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wery. J. U. Richards and family, of Step- toe, motored to Palouse Sunday to spend the day at the B. M. Schick home. Mrs. Richards and Mrs. Sehick are sisters. Mr. and Mrs L C Peterson were AHU FRIEHDS ARE I}OIN6 confined to their home several days this week with the influenza. Both Mr. and Mrs. (;has. M. Mecklem :and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wells were visitors at the George N. Lamphere home in Moscow Sunday, driving over in the Mecklem car. Mrs. Walker Irwin of Spokane, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. D. F. Trialble, for several weeks, re- turned home Sunday evening, Mr. Ir- ~vin driving down for her. Mrs. L. L. Young of Princeton left Wednesday for Detroit, Michigan, where she will spend several months visiting with relatives. Mr. Young brought her to Palouse by automobile to take the train. J. C Throop went up to his mill on Crane creek Wednesday to make arrangements to start on the spring cut. The planer is running now and he expects to start the saws within the next two weeks. Charles Bailey, a pioneer of the Eugene district, in the Wilamette valley, Oregon, was a guest last week at the M. E. Denning home in the w~ut part of town. Mr. Bailey and Mr. Denning are relatives. Gage Whitney, former well known Palouse farmer, now located at Great Falls, Montana, has been here the i past week looking after property in- terests. Mr Whitney still owns a ipart of the Whitney homestead southwest of town. 'Miss Susannah Barber, primary" teacher in the Palouse schools, was taken ill last: week at her home in St.John and was unable to resume her work until Thursday of this week. Mrs, W. F. Morrison substi- tuted ~turing her absence. he owns at that place, They expect to spend the greater part of the sum- mer in Alberta. C. E. :Barnes has purcilased the lease on a quarter section in the Cove, east of PMouse, and has taken pos- :ies,',ion. Mrs. Barnes, who has been In a Garfield hospital for several weeks, is recovering and it is expect- ed that she will be able to join her husband~ in their new home within a short time. The men of the Methodist Episco- pal churctl will be entertained at an oyster supper ni the church base- ment next l~riday evening. The af-i fair will be arranged by the men's class of the Bible school. There will be a number of toasts following the dinner, with an a(ldres,~ by an out-of- town speaker. Glen Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Andrews of this city, was ope- rated upon for appendicitis in a Col- fax hospital Monday. afternoon. He was taken ill suddenly Monday morn- ing and was rushed to the hospital He is recovering nicely and it is ex- pected that he will be able to leave the hospital by another week. The Rev. W. M. Martin, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at this place, was in Moscow Wednesday, where he united in marriage Miss lea May Smith of Farmington and Lester E. Thorp of Garfield. The ceremony was performed at the izome of Rev Martin's mother. N[r. and Mrs. Thorp will make their home on lhe groom's farm near Garfiehl. Dr. a~d Mrs. J. H. Smith arrived here from Oregon the. first of the week o, nd have rented the front rooms in the second story of the Farmer~ National bank b'uilding, where they are so far recovered now as to be Joe Terteling, former brick manu-lwilI live, at least for the present. Dr. able to be out. i faeturer at: Potlatch, but now in[ Smith will use the east corner room Irvin West went to Spokane Wed- ! charge of construction work on the[as a dent,~l office. His new outfit, nesday to consult a bone specialist.I Moscow highway, between that citY[which has just been ordereD, is ex- he has been badly crippled for many land Genesee, was iu Palouse Wednes-I pected to arrive within a few days months in the right hip and fears a;dav on business. Mr. Terteling island he expects to have his office disease of the bone. i now making his home in Moscow. open in about ten days. ~, Thee Miller, member of the seniori Mrs. Ray Southworth and daugh- Stanley Frederick, son of Mr. and class of the Palouse high school, isI ter, Mildred, left the latter part of ill at the family home in the eastilast week for Grassy Lake, Alberta, part ot town with pneumonia, follow- ! to join Mr. Southworth, who is put- lng an attack o~ flu. i ting in the spring crop on land which Whatever Way You Look at [t WHETHER A GROWING FINANCIAL RESERVE IS REGARBED AS A BUFFER AGAINST MISFOR- TUNE OR AS A BAIT FOR OPPORTUNITY, IT GIVES THE OWNER A DECIDEDLY COMI~0RT. Mrs. C, E. Frederick, formerly of Pa- louse, but uow of Spokane, arrived at hmne recently from Philadelphia, havuig graduated from the commcr- i cial department of the University of Pennsylvania, where he spent three l years, after having spent one year :at Stanford University. He is now in the Palace store, with his father, who is one of the heavy stockholders GLASSIFIEO _ AOVERT/SIK6 [ RESSMAKtNG WANTED----At home~ or by day.--Mrs. M. R. Thompson.i Church street. FOR, SALE--Dodge touring ear, near.- ly new. Terms.-.--C. S, Corwin, Palouse, Wash. 4 FOR SALE--Four wheels, 32x3~, with tires and five tubes. :[u.~t the thing for a, trailer. Best: offer i takes the outfit. Enquire of G, B.! Joslin, Palouse. FOR SALE---White Pekin duck eggs, $1.50 for ll eggs. S.C. Reds, $2 for 15 eggs. S. C. White Leghorns, $1.00 for 15 eggs. Two Red cocker' els for sale.--& J. Jonhson, phone 33. ;ri~2t{;Eb- -Biaek ..... aorse stl-i/y-e;i from my farm on R. F. D. 3, Gar- field. Monday, March 4. A reward will be paid for information leading to his return.~Hans Beplate. R. V. D.,,. Garfield. ~-0i~ S~[;Z.:--Good seeJond i',:i ;,;i - i,~&ii car for sale at a barguin-!~'a!ot,~e : a ca p:,e. FOR SALE--One Merino buck sheep. Inquire of C. D. Morris, phcne 162F. -'; ?t ]:'OR SALE-.-Buff Orpington, eggs :i cents an eg~. Call l~9J ...... Mrs. S. i. West. !i~diCs-2LE:. LE.~ tr:~ ~Loabr,,/;;, ~,)~- ami ten pigs; priced righl.--E. C. S,!!iS},, ~?~t? ~: n?X_},_l'aJ?,se: e-at FOR SALl-~---Ieardless barley ~ee({, tall growth variety, good for hay. ..... B. J. Jones, R. P. I). ') Palom-'e. 2-4: SETTING EGGS---Tancred strain White Leghorns, $1.50 for selti~g of ]5 eggs.---.Rhoda Grant, R. P. D. ?,, Palouse. 52-1f' ETF.,NG EGGS..-Rhode l,dand Red eggs, $1.5(} for 15. White Leghorn eggs, $1.00 for 15.-~C. J Dilts, ['a- Palouse, Washington. 1-8t SALE--:{odern fi~o-room cot- tage for sale reasonable. Enquire of Mrs. Ben Lyon, Cannon street .. WOOD FOR SALE---16-Ineh dry body Wood, $10 a cord on ground.---C. .I Witmer, Palouse, Wash. l-tf WANTED TO TRADE---One register- ed Shire stallion to trade for a good team. Enquire at, this office. :;-2t and office manager of the institn- I will again take up my former work tion. J./ B. Dudley arrived at home last Thursday evening, after having spent six weeks in California, during which time he made Long Beach his head- quarters. While he started the trip with a few broken ribs. and contract- ed a severe cold befor reaching his of painting and paper hangil g and am open for any work you may want done.--Joe Ringo. .%2t J. I. CASE MACHINERY--Travts & Starner, agents for J. I. Case Ma-. chinery company. Tractors, road ma- chinery, threshing machines, plows southern destination, he nevertheless and belting.~Address Potlatch, Idaho returned home in much better health NOTICE--If party who took two ten than he has enjoyed for some months dollar bills out of my purs,~ on the and is again at his desk in the J. B. roadway by DeGowin's M:mday, will Dudley company store. He was de- return same, nothing more ~ill be lighted with California and visited said, as party is known.-~.Mrs C E. many points of interest, and saw Whltford. BanKing Business y HAVE MORE OR LESS OF ~T. P0ssz. O._. U BLY IT IS WITH US. SUCH BEING THE CASE YOU KNOW SOMETHING 0F OUR SERVICE. BUT IF NOT A PATRON YOU ARE CORDIALLY IN- VITED TO BECOME ONE. OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT IS CALCULATED TO SERVE ALL CLASSES: THE OLD AND THE YOUNG, THE P00R AND THE RICH. IT RECEIVES DEPOSITS FROM $1.00 AND UP. ABSOLUTE SAFETY, LIBERALITY AND COURTESY OUR WATCH-WORD. Security tate Banll Ell ays traw Hat Dye Sixteen Colors DULL BLACK GRAY GLOSS BLACK SAGE GREEN CADET BLUELAVENDER LIBERTY BLUE NATURAL NAVY BLUE OLD ROSE BROWN CARDINAL RED BURNT STRAW VIOLET CERISE YELLOW 25 Cents The Bottle Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall ~tore ordinary kind. And That you get more genuine satisfaction at less cost when you use this class of " ; , tobacco. A small chew lasts so much longer than a big chew of the the full, rich real tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing satisfaction. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew willtell you that. Put ut~ in two st~les N-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut Flour and Feed Telephone 54 PALOUSE POTLATCH Webster & Lamphere , If Ill In bulk. Many of these seeds locally raised. The blulk seeds sell for less than packet seeds. LAWN GRASS AND YLOWER S~JIDS In Bulk and Packages ilu i ill I i i ii I Garden Seeds ho seed law at less than one-half of IMt year's pri~ yen, timothy, testing extra No, 1 under the Ida- a chance to reach the Baptist churchI i in time for union service. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.; evening worship,: 7:30. Theme: "House Keeping v~. Soulkeeping. The Baptist Church On for 100 in attendance at the Sunday school. Let everybody help. We are going for the real thing. We want to teach the thing~ o God to the rising generation, Parents help YOUr children to go. At 11 union meeting. Dr. Hammond will deliver his famous lecture. At 3 p. m. lec- ture on Revelation. Subject: Things Following Christ's Seeon~ Coming, Concerning the Jews, the Saints and the World, At 6:30 B. Y. P'. U.. I Come and enjoy a good time obtained by finding the truth Nothing better No services at 7:30, the lecture on Revelation at 3 p. m. taking lt~ place. Prayer meeting at 7:30 P. m. Thurs- day. CAN YOU BEAT THIS? A 50-Pound Box of CHOICE COLUMBIA RIVER SKELT Will be sent you for $1.25, f. o. h. Kelso. by sending to the COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT CO. Kelso, Washington %UCCESSOR re Anderson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass, Pic- ture Framing. iiiiiliiIii Telephone 65 E. M. IRWIN says the Good Judge