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r~' .................. :iI / ~L 2 17 'T/,e Palouse Republle BROWN M. SCHICK, PUBLISHER Entered at the postoffice at Palouse Washington. as seconti-eiass matter, SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year .................. $2.00 Six months ................ $1.00 ........... u to protect Anierican trade and in- Telephone Main 67, dustry. I believe in the protection of Amer- There are two agencies to be emilI ployed in correction: One is rigid re-1 In rejecting the league covenant si~tanco in appropriation and the we make no surrender of our hope and other is the utmost economy in acl-laim for an association to promote ministration. Let us have both. peace in which we would most heart- It is earnestly hoped that congress lily join. will enact with~)ut delay a revision ofi To" establish the state of technical the revenue laws and such emerges- peace without further delay, f wouht cv tariff measure~ as are necessaryi approve the declaratory resolution hy congress to that effect, with quali- fications essential to protect our rights. Peace engagements cannot ignore the old world relationships or the settlements already effected, part i perintendent Ellis was correct in his statement before the chamber of con]- merce to the effect that the schools lose in efficiency by making continu- al changes in the teaching corps. The more the people know of Presi- dent Harding, the greater eonfidene0 they have in his ability to give the country a safe [llt(] sane adnlinistr~t- tion, which is just the thing needed at this ~tme above all others. Level- headed judgment is needed now more i than ever before and: the president FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 192I, l ican industry, and it is our purpose ire prosper America first. PRESIDENT HARDING'S M~BSAOEi Today American agriculture is The American people have now hadlmenaced and its products are down i tie pre-vcar normais, g0-0PERATIVE MARKETING OF quality. GRAIN. According to information trmn Unprecedented loss caused by the %;a,'~hington, D. C., the federal phunsI A good way to handle this job ofi grate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, se. getting business back to uormal isi Frank J. Cheney makes oath that h~ for the in(lividual to look carefullyI is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the CRY after his own line of business and get i of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that s~id firm will pay the :ram of himself and ilia own affairs back to i ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eaeb nOFfltai, ~[ this is done the rest will ! anti crecy cane of C~t.a~rrh th[tL caum~t be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH ~uke care of itself. 1MEDICINIi:, FRANK J. CHENEY. i Sworn to before me and subscribed i~ ................................. i nly Pre~enee, this 6th day of December The cou]ltry, a(.ording to [inan-i A. D. 1886 A. %V. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. el'er:~, has taken the worst shock in /-/ali's Catarrh Medicine is taken in ternany and acts through the Blood on connection with the r.oadjustraent and, the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send bu~ines~ iv, now gradually settling for testimonials, free. F. J. CItENEY & CO., Toledo, O; h, to a condition thr~t iS more or less': Sold by all druggists, 75c. :H&II'~ Family Pills for constlpation. safe aim comfortable. iand his advisers seem to posse~s thi~ ...................... Iwant ,o know il chewin elov,, coo' PROFE;31ONAL i~litutes a, crime under the 18thl amendment. We don't know, but ! their first real opportnnity to "~p- ,, ~ ~ ...... i %%;e c:_lnnol ..ell unless we D1]y, Dill praise the mau Warren G. Harding,I ability to sell is based on home de- who they elected president by :mivelopmentJ and the fostering of home overwhelming vote last November.i markets. tits ideas" of the nation's needs are There can be no complete correc- se~ forth iu a message which, for com- mon sense and a visualization of con- ditions as they exist in reality, in- stead of in the loose talk of lheorists and malcontents, will stand compari- son with the messages issued by tile men whom we look back upon as hay- tion if the high living cost until gov-i ernment's cost is notably reduced. Labor must join management in understanding that the public which pays is the public to be served and ~simple justice is the r'ght of all peG- . ple. sudden fall in price of last year's crop between sowing and reaping has driven grain growers to organize for protection of their interests on a scale to which they could not be driven by abstract reasoning. The advantages of cooperative marketing have always been as great as they new are, the)" have been proved in the case of fruit, but growers of grain will begin to drop in about 30 days~ from now. There seems to be about!coming tess eonnnon, i[' as many receptive republicans as; were deserving democrats a fewI llelp make clean-up days a sac- there yo[irs ago. eess. we feel ceFtuin that tile CU:-;UU]I is be-!O: : : ::: _ : .7 __ t~ ...... i W. F. Morrison 'i' Attorney at Law Practice ih All Courts. II ..................... Office over Security State Bank Palouse, Washington f president stands : [ know of no more pressing prob- lent at home than to restrict uati~mal expenditures and lift burdens of war taxation from the shoulders of the American people. lng been o~r greate~st presidents, ln l 'File United States mean~ to estab- are so many and so widely scattered fact it is written at a time when the ili.Ml and maintain a great merchant[that it seemed a practical imposslbil- ll,itfon ham ne, ed [or ~ l~ tt nl ill It le . ",. .~ ' ; g'~; ; i ' maril .. . I ity to get tbem to~ether. They seem it,:, head, as the problems [oilowingi Governumnt agencies looking h)lto have acted with great care and (le- the war are of a nature to stagger anYlthe welfare of the ex-service menlliberation, they bare avoidett the so- . I . " . but a great mind, hacked by a braw'ishould be placed nnder one d~recttngI cialist ,'tbsurdittes which the non- heart. President Harding's messag,~ ~ head l partisan league forced ou North Da- has given the people renewed eonfi-f Government's obligation aff[rraa-]kota, and they should therefore sac- donee, effacing from their minds im-',tively to encourage development ofl ceed. They may find ~ome defects maginary ills and setting before them i the highest and most efficient tvpelin the working out of their plans and the real problems and the remedies tel citizenship is accepted almost uni-lnlay haw, to imv something for ~x- The following are a few features versally, l)ericnce but with "d)le, honest n/an- indicating the policies for which the MIe are ready to cooperate withlagement they should be able to put other nations to approximate disarm- their organization on a firm foothig. airiest, but pru(lenee forbids that we! This i.~ the most extensive scale l [l~asal'In ah)ne, ion which o)operative marketing has In the existing league of nations,[been "ttteml)ted in this count/'3'. the world governing with its super-lVthen we consider tile acreage of land powers, this republic will have no[thet is behind it, tile value of the [farm property and of the annual crops 'and the number of states in which It Tires or ahoe~ .... it's all the same. Yot~ want mo~e mileage, easy.running, long- wearing equipment that will take up the ~hocks of hard going. There's a cushion--a in every pair of Dr. A. Reed ~Q Cushion Shoes that cutm th~ dwn wear and tear,and See gi, e, most unusuM llllo~ Cushion Just try on a pair~ that's all we ask. They need no "breaking in.)' The Original and Genuine J.l DIITH SHOE C0. Hakers,CHICAG0 .... _ ........ ., m,,,, , , ,, _ ,,,., , A ......... . : ....... _ - -- __~ m, ,,, ---- IIIIII IIII iiii i iii II I I I IIII IIII We Have A Complete Line Of Garden Seed In Bulk And Packages. Ankcorn Hardware Co. I I will operate, the United States Grain Growers will equal,, if not surpass, the greatest of the trusts, in the hands uf wise men, it should do great good, not only for the farmers but for the whole nation. In the hands of ]lnserul)ulous, or ambitious or reck- ile,~,s men. it couhl do much evil. Prndent care for the public inter- est requites that such aqsoctatlons be ! brought under a certain degree of i public supervision. It is for the pub- lic good that they should succeed, for by serving their members well !they will serve the people also. Hence ! the government should guard against }abuses to the injury of eitller the farmers or the public. Cooperation well conducted is so great all advance in economy that no grave error should GRASS SEEDS SEE US BEFORE BUYING YOUR GRASS SEEDS. NORTHRUP KING'S :hLFALFA SEED WILL PLEASE YOU. NOT THE CHEAPEST, BUT THE ]]EST. WE HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT OF GYPSUM LAND PLASTER ON HAND Farmers' Union Co. A SPRING AND SUMMER STORE The beat in the line of confection ery, cigars and tobacco ia to be foond here. During the warm weather you wit want to cool off. Try our ice cream and soft drinks. be permitted to give it a setbaek.-~- Oregonian. Ice cream sold in any quautity. Special or- - ders filled for parties, banquets and picnics. The new head of the department if commerce is starting his job in a way Don't be forced to regret that you have not that ought to encourage Americans. recorded the summer's activities with a kodak. He has outlined a definite program 'for a reorganization and Closer co- We have the best, with supplies always in stock operation of the business of the eoun- Bill's Plac try; not by interfering with the nor- real process of business, but through i encouragement of legitimate under- takings, the classification of activi- ties and the fostering of enterprise so ' far as the federal government may: rightfully go. He realizes that aces, domestic or foreign, depends on the stability of its foundation, and this he wants to make secure Talk of extending public credit to Europe is now giving way to the reasonable discussion of how far private capital can engage in the work. Our foreign commerce will depend on the extent to which we can carry customers abroad, and to this end private capi- , tal must contribute. With the proper encouragement from the department of commerce the transportation and banking facilities of the country should be brought into close coopera- tion with the producers, and through this unified force the commerce of the United States can be greatly ex- tended. The state department" of public :works, in the Spokane gas case last week, laid down the principle that public utilities will not be allowed to obtain a revaluation of their plants on the basis of cost of reproduction at war-time prices and to earn inter- est on such inflated valuation. The public will be in full accord with this ruling. Some of the public utility corporations, while forcing salaries and other costs of operation down, seek to establish rates for their pro- duct which will pay them a good re- turn on a valuation based on the cost of reproducing their plants and equip- ment at the prices which maintained last year and the year previous. If this were allowed it would mean fat picking for the corporations and an equally heavy burden on the shoUl- ders of the public. With the approach ot the time for employing teachers for the public schools for the next year, The Repub- lie it would suggest that are none too good for the job of training Palouse's children and young people and that when a good teacher is se- cured he or her should be retained, It Is better to pay a good teacher a good salary than to employ one of doubtful ability, even though a few dollars a month may be saved. Su- RED PEPL PH I LOS 0 PMY We feel somewhat conceit- ed and puffed up over the flour we are making, You," bread will be "puffed up," t0o, if y0u'll u~e Sunbeam 0 Flour "The flour with the ~o0d flavor.". It's the best flour from every stmtdpoint, Bet- ter flour can not be re-_de, Wheat and oats taken in ex- change for flour and feed at any time. Palouse Milling Co. N. B. HUNSPERGER, Manager. Palouse Washington Weldon & LaFoilette Lawyers Will practice in all courts and Government l)epartments. Lippitt bldg - Colfax, Wash. Dr. John W. Stevenson EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT GLASSES FITTE[~ ()ff~ce ill new Creighton B|dg. Third and Main Moscow, Idaho Dr. Walter Farnham Physician and Surgeon Residence Phone 162-R Office [)hone 162-Y Otlic,, in Nalioaal Bauk bldg., Palouse Dr. E. K. Wolfe Physical] and Surgecn Office in Seeurltv State trunk building. Office and residence phon No. 'I2 I)oes light and heavy hauSng Sells wood and coal. Handles freight, baggage and' express. Auto;~se/'vice to and from all trains. Large store room for household goods. Teams fed by day or week. Office in Farnsworth Livery Barn Day phone 38 Night phone 6~ Washington, Idaho & Monlana Railway Oompany , "- No.4 i No. 2 Mi ' .. STATIONS No. 1 No. 3 D'i~-sa,q D.iV~-;- .......... b.-~,%;%u~--bi-;~.~n- AUCIION[R | 4:25 p ml ll:0~ a m 0k ........ PALOUSE ...... 1 .... 8:15 a m 3:45 ~ m 4:36 p mI 11:16 a m 4 ........... x Wellesley ........... 1 8:04 a m i 3:34 l) m My past sales are my best raf- | 4:43 p m ~ 11:23 a m ~ ._Kennedy Ford .......... : 7:57 a m I 3:27 p m create. Farm and Pedigreed | 4:50 p m 11:34 a m 11: ........ POTLATCH .......... 7:5U a m ~ 3:20 p m Stock Sale.~ a specialty. Prices I 11:44 a m 147 ........... Princeton ............ I 3:01 p m i'igi]t, and satisfaction guaran- | 20", .......... Harvard ............. i 2:48 p m 12:01 p m 25i ......... x Yale ................. 2:34 p m teed. (".all Phone Farmers i 12:15 p m 29~-[[ ...... x Stanford ............. ! 2:25 p m 911xl or Main 45. R.F.D. 5, | ' 12:2312.~0 pp mm .... 31i ...... Vassar ............... . 2:21 p m Moscow, Idaho. Also breeder | 12:44 p m 1 34 ........... Deary ............... 2:12 p m of Shorthorn Cattle and C. W. | "38 ........... Helmer ............. I 1:58 p m 1212:59:56 aa mm} 391 .......... x Cornell ....... ~ .... 1:56 p m Hogs. Dates can be made at G. | , l:16pm 47{ .......... BOVILL ....... 2 ..... ):40pro D. Kincaid's office, 24-52t | CONNECTIONS-I with N. P- and S. & l. E. Ry.; 2withC, M.&St. P. Rv ,,~ 1