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DEBT tlF U, S= IS REDUCED Wa,shingt on, D. (~.---Th(' tza~h)n'~ Was reduced $71.580,330 in March, to a lloeasllry statemon ( showed the debt to be $23.980,- t40,g97. Of the total federal obligations )utstand[ng $2,754,$41,000 repro~ents -"hurt term treasury certificates of in- several hundred million of Secretary Mollon has said will retired in April. &I1 alPtlysis Of the treasur5 's li~(,al lffalrs for tile last year r{-!)(eal5 little in the amuunr of eertificaies Indebtedness in" the ~'io~tlillg debi. gross debt. however, cenMsfing of libarty bonds and vie(dry !ates, has shown a decrease. 0ertificaJe.< of indobtedness out- March 31. 192(I. totaled $2,- ~7,220,(I(10, lesg tllan $1(m.O(lO,O00 be- [ha t)rLx.senl, total RAILROADS PAY BILLIONS Wages to Men Totaled by Inter- state Commission. %'ashington, D. C=.-.Raih,oad wages 1!)20 totaled $:1,733,816,186, the Ltorstate eonl ill (,rce coin ntission an- \Vages for lhe t'irst, quarter $795,616,3";0, for the seeOlld l~0l,- for liie, third $1,052,11L~h451, anti )r the l'ourth $,~-182,1;1)6,';89, with Ilia teL pay for May alid ,lilile ilnd('r iho ~tro~cti~-e increase, of ,hfly 7l) :tn/o[ln{- (O ~tllprnxh~lalel3' $t02.419,6g0 IO added in tile total. of back pay, said Ihe con~- iSsiotl, at(' (ioi completed ,i, ,i. + ,i, + 4, I ,I, i ~tatement of the Ownership, Manage- ment, Circulation, etc., Required hy the Act of Congress of August 24, 191~, of Thc Pahmse Republic. published at Palouse, \Vashiugton, for April l. 1921. State of Washington, County uf, \V hitnlan, ss. t Before hie, a notary public ill and l for the state -tnd et)llnly aforesaid, I cr~:oil'llly appeared B. M. Sehlek, i \t.h(I, illtVilig I)eell dilly sworll a(',ord-I ipg to law. (lepo,bes and says that he is the owner o[ The Palouse Repub- lic and that the following is, to the bes! of his knowled.ge and belief, a true, st atenlent (/[ the ownership, lnanagement, etc.. of the aforesaid publieation for the (late shown above caption, required by the Act o~ Aug- ust 24, 1912. embodied in section 44?,, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse ot this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing ed- itor, and business managers are: Pab-- lisher. Brown M. Schick, Palouse, \Vash. Editor. Brown M. Schick. Managing editor, none. Business 121anagers, none. 2. That the owners are: Brown M. Schick, Palouse, ~Vash. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security hold: ers owning or holding I per cent or r r.ore of total amount of bonds, mort- gages, or other secnrities are: none. 4. That the two paragraphs next abuv(;, giving the names of the own- ers. stockholders, and security hold- er~, if any, contain not only tho list (;~ stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books o the eompany but also. iu cases where the stockholder or security holder ap- l~e:-'rs upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is ~cting, is given: else that the said wo paragraphs contain statrnents embracing affiant's full knowledge and, belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stoct~- l'uhlers and security holders who do I:()t aPDear (Ipon the books of the ('ompany as trustees, huld stock and ! v~:c~(rities in :~ capacity other than I that of a bona fide owner: and this I Sfl ~ ffiant has no reason lo believe th,. I In:.' otiler t)erson, association, or eoflI" i.~;ration has ~,,~ intero.,,( diree.t >r i))(lii'e(:t in (.he said slocl.: bonds, or other se,mritle~ than :~.?, y~o ~'late(l i)y l*inl. ll/lO~\,, M. SCIIICI~ ,~,,worri to au(l subscribed beore ine this 6th day of April 192I. W. ~' MORRISON. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of lhe State of Washington, in alld ft)r the County of: Whitmau. Th(llnas J. Fields, an(/ l,oui:~e M. Fields, his wile. Plaintiffs. vs Mary E.~'~ MCulloeh, Lydia R. ~leCui- loch, Martha B. McDan!el, Sarah V. Hemeuway, Nancy A. Anlanf, John T. -Ware. George Ware, James Wal, e. D. G. Ware. Caroline Bailey, Win. T. McCulloch, Martha ,l. Ker- ley, Kate Medley, Mary E. G~,to~., Joseph H. Davis, alias J. H. Davis, William W. Davis, alias W. "W. Davis, Sarah ~. Breeding; ~llas Angeline Breeding, alia~ Angle S. Breeding, Nancy Ann Fairchild. alias Nancy Fairchild. Fannie Van: Dyne, Laura Liddle, tAl!ian Rob-J erts, Louis Roberts, Frank Roberts, Charles Roberts, B. F. Shields, Mrs. A. J. V~'illiams, Charley P. Allen, Lucy McCu:iceh. th~ un :nowa heirs of John 3. LV:,?CIIII,),;~|L deceau--I ed; the unknown heirs ,;f q'honlas:li McCulloch, decease 1; tlao ttn- I I known heirs of Jeff McCul!och, de-] ceased/,; the unknown heirs ofI 3ohn McCulloeh, deceased; the[ unknown heir~ of Elizabeth Ware. deceased; the unknown befrs cf James G. Davis, decease~.; the un-[I known heirs of Martha A. Davis deceased; the unknown h~irs of L. C. Roberts, dec6ased" tile 1,.llk~_(owu heirs ot James MeCulloeh, deceaa-i ed; the unknown heirs of A. J. \Villiams, deceased; also all other persons or parties unknown claim- ing any estate, right, title or in- terest, in or to the real property described in lhe complaint herein Defendi~n ts. ! The State of Washington to Mar~ E. McCulloch, Lydia R McCt:lloch. Martha B. McDaniel, Sarah V. Hem- enway. Nancy A. Anlauf John T. Ware. George Ware, James Ware, D. G, \.~rare. Caroline Bailey, \vm. "P. MeCulloch. Martha J. Kerley, Kate Medley, Mary E. Gates, JOSel, h l-l. 1)avis, alias ,f. H. Davis. William ~V. Davis, alias \V. ~V. Davis, garah A. Breeding. alias Angeline Breeding, alias Angle S. Breeding, Nancy Ann b'airchild, alias Nancy Fairchihi, Fannie Van Dyne, Laura Liddte. Lil- lian Roberts, Louis Roberts, Frank Roberts. Charles Roberts, P~. F. Shields, Mrs. A. J. Williams, Charley P. Allen, Lucy MeCulloch, the un- known hcirs of Thomas McCulloch deceased; tile unknown heirs of John J. McCulloch, deceased; the un- known heirs of Jeff McCulloch de- ceased, the unknown heirs of ,T.qhn McCulloch, deceased; the unknowu heirs of Elizabeth Ware, deceaco:l the unkno~'n heirs of James G. Da- vis, deceased; the unknown heirs of Marth't A Davis, deceased; the un- knows heirs of L. C. Roberts, de- ceased; the unknown heirs of Jamo~ McCuIloeh. deceased; the unknown heirs of A. J. Williams. deceased; also all other persons or parties un- known, claiming any estate, right, title or Interest In or to the real prop- erty described in the complaint here- in. defendants: You, and; each of you are hereby summoned and required to be anal: appear in the above entitled conrt and defend the above entitled action and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a CODy of your answer upon W. F. Morrison. attof ney for plaintiffs, at his addres~ giv- en helow hereon within 60 days from and after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within 60 day~ from and after the 1st day of April. 1921, and if you fall so to do, th~ )laintiffs will take Judgment against ,'ou aceording to the prayer of the(r complaint herein, now on file with the clerk of the above entitled court. The object and purpose of thel above entitled action is to obtain aI decree of this court quieting the ti-[ tle of the plaiutiffs' in and to thel following described la~ds and tena-[ ments in Whitman County, Washing-[ ton,. to-wit: from making or asserting any right Lots 5 and 6 in Block 5 of Jante~ title, lien or interest i~ said lands A. Smith's Addition to Palon,:e, and teneznents adversely to plaint- Washington, together with the iris, their heirs or assigns. hereditaments thereunto belonging, W.F. MORRISON, and to forever debar and enjoin Attorney for Plaintiffs.P.O. a,5- the ,mid defendants and each of them dress, Palouse, Wash. 3-t6 ( Grocer>" ,Specials 15c 30 30c 2g.25c Wells CO. Byron PHONE 48 I III IIIII I J I Auctioneering IF Y0U ARE GOING TO HOLD A SALE THIS SPRING SEE j. j. LYNCH PALOUSE'S PIONEER AUCTIONEER MR. LYNCH HAS A RECORD OF SUCCESSFUL WORK AS AN, AUCTIONEER EXTENDING OVER A LONG PERIOD OF YEARS For Dates snd Terms Call 9F23, or ,address J. I. Lynch, 1)alouse, Wn. II I I I I I II III IIII III ]]DIIGE]]RDTHER5 M DTD R EAR Orders placed now will insure you prompt spring deliv- ery. Prices guaranteed Sold on easy terms. The gasoline consumption is unusually low. The tire mileage unnsuallylhigh. BENNETT BROTHER 5 Garfield, Washington