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• i i IlllI WHAT YOUR NEIBHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE O01N6 Leon Brown was in Spokane Tues- The missionary society of Bethany ::day and Wednesday on business. Presbyterian church will meet Wed- K.~rfstedt ,ms(lay, Apri! 20. at 2:30, at the home Mr. and Mrs. llenry in'i'~olfax iof M,'~. A. P. M,lrra>. on Cannon :pent Sunday with friends ' " "~:~reel, A son was born Monday April 4.} : . ........ ,'. ..... ; :Mis.~ Mary Fagan of this place, tO Mr. anti 3lrs. J()nn llouiett oI tulsI ~()r nerly cashier at the Northern Pa- cify. cifie depot, has accepted the position G. D. Kineaid was a business vis- itor to Spokane the latter part of last week. Mrs. W. E. Hearn and son, Roderic, of Potlatch, were in town Saturday on their way home from Spokane. (,! cashier for the Northern Pacific lat Pulhnan. Mrs. H. R. Rudd of Hopper, this c,unt>, was a guest last week at the home of her sister. Mrs. J. F. Mc- bride, east of Palouse, driving over E. E. Boone, of the Palouse Hard- by automobile. ware & Implement compgny, made a W.R. Belvail, who has been iu poor business trip to Spokane Wrednesday[tieahh' for some. time, was taken to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McFarland oI! tit(." Osteopathic hospital at Garfield Colfax drove up to Palouse Sunday and spent the day visiting with friends. Chas. Lehold, of the Warner Hard- ware & Imblemennt company, was in Spokane the latter part of last. week on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dudley drove to Spokane Tuesday, Mrs, Dudley going to visit relatives, while Mr. Dudley went on a business mission. The Epworth League of the Metho- dist Episcopal church will hold a cooked food sale Saturday. April 16, at Johnson's Variety Store Mrs. R. H. Hardin and daughter. Miss Irma, of Dishman, near Spokane, were week-end visitors at the home :,f key. W. M. Martin in this city N. B. Hunsperger, manager for the Palouse Milling company, went ~o Spokane Tuesday on business for the company, returning Wednesday. Monday for treatment. It is under- ~(ood that him condition is somewhat improved. Mrs. I). B. Harrison arrived in Pa- ll)use last Saturday from her former home at Index. this state, and she and i)r. Harrison have taken up their ~bode in the al)artmen| over the Lne- sing store. A daughter was born Friday, April ,~. to Mr und Mrs. S. A. Ruhl of Princeton. Mrs. Ruhl and the young daughter are at the Cathcart home in he south pare of town. where both are doing nicely. The lees! Masonic h)dge has chang- ed its meeting night from the first ~(ud third Friday in each month to the second and fourth Wednesdays. The next meet'ng will be held Wed-: nesday, the 27th. A daughter w'Ls born Thursday morning, April l t. to Mr. and Mrs. ' Glen Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs.} [,. E. Kegley, near Kennedy l~ord. J. G. Andrew, who was operated upon The little miss has been named Ruth last week at Colfax for appendicitis.; Elaine. Mother and daughter are is so far recovered as to be able to~, both doing nicely. leave the hospital. ~ ~. A matter of news overlooked in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis and Mr. h:.~t week's Republ.;c was the delight- and Mrs. W. W, Davis drove to Spo-i ful birthday party given Saturday kane Tuesday morning, iu the .1. 1-[.i n~ght. April '2, by Mrs. B. J.Jones, Davis car. Mr. and Mrs. W. ~V. Davisl at the ,loses farm home east of town, returned home by train the same day. l in honor of Miss \Vinnifred .[ones. [ VICTORIES OF PEACE EQUAL THOSE OF WAR Whether the task is the construction of a colossal harbor improvement project, or the administration of a newly" acquired insular pouession, the Depar~memt of War is always prepared to bring to the task a,high degree of skill and master- ful judgment. How, peace hath her victories no len renowned than war for the military department o! the nation is interestingly described and illustrated in one of an instructive series of articles on Our Govern- ment now being distributed exclusively by this Institution. I We shall be pleased to see that you receive the com- plete aerie=, if you will send us your name and addre~. I=armers National Bank im Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! i FIELD AND GARDEN SEDDS IN BULK OR PACKAGF~ PRICES RIGHT, To cut the high cost of living, we have put in some straight grade flour made by the Palouse Milling Company, $1.50 per sack and $6.00 per barrel.. Remember this is not the Sunbeam brand, but is a good cut-off flour, and cheap. One sack or one carliad the same price. Mill feed, rolled oats, barley and poultry supplies always on hand. Timothy and alfalfa hay. Orders taken now for grain bags and binding twine-- Prices guaranteed. A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE POTLATCH Some 30 young people were present call, you will be welcome. Prayer and the evening was spent with ruee~:]ng on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. games and music. At the close of Do not miss it, There will be no the evening a real chicken supper was evening services at the Baptist church served by Mrs. Jones. Miss Winni- its place being taken by the lectures A Ouestion of $ervic fred was the recipient of many re- on Revelation, of which this will be ~ e membrances, the sixth. Come and see whither we T. B. Hampton will leave Satur- are going. day for Hussar, Alberta, to remain for the summer. He and his son George, Lectures on Revelation. "SERVICE"--What does that word mean to you? own together more than a section of Last Sunday at 3 p. m. the lecture land in the Hu.~sar district, which on Revelation broke new ground to Does it mean a real personal interest in your we[- they have found a profitable invest- prepare the way for the lecture next fare? Or is it just another name for "politeness"? ment. Sunday. V;e are now ready to get an Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson have idea of the drift of tile things which "Service" at this bank means a keen personal in- received word from their son, Lauren, are now shaping themselves in Eu- who was for several years with The rope. Revelation gives us the only t,erest in your s~tccess and a re-adiness to do all any clear outlook on the future that we bank can do ~o help you win success. Republic, but has recently been fore- have anywhere, and things are shap- man on the Clearwater Republican, lag themselves now in such a way as "Service" with its l~leans prompt and careful at- stating that he has accepted a post- to enable us to understand things lion with the Lewiston Daily Tribune. :which ~0 years ago couht not be con- tention to all the details of your dealings with us. s. 1. Went is at Soap Lake sanita-: ceived of. rium taking treatments for some "Service" here means good banking methods so trouble of tong standing in his hip Seattle Paper Changes Hands. that your funds are always safe in our care. It joint. It is understood that a resi- dent doctor at the sanitarium has in- Seattle, Wash.---The Seattle Post- means protection in all your banking'. formed him that the hip joint is dis- Intelligencer has announced editorially located and that :~ long period will tran,sfer of controlling interest in the I~]i't that the kind of service you wallS? be required to remedy the condition newspaper fro.m Clark Neltletou to Joh~t .E. Pe!'ry, a Seattle attorney. Mr. I~'10y(l Kincaid, a m6mber of the Perry will become president of the senior class in the Palouse high school Posl-lutelligeneer PLtl)]ishing eoml)~ny and a star player on the high school ~ecurity baslcet ball team, which carried off Midwest Fruit is Ruined by Frost. tile Whitman connty championship, Ch~cago--Six,.v per f'e,,,. ,f ,he mid- State is still confined to hed as the result West's ~'ruit ero]) was i'~in(~d by rite of an attack of flu sonic six weeks :'e(.~:Ttt r,~ezing sD~ll, according to estl- ~*g,) ~n~d it is expected will not enter :n~,es made by repres~at'ttives of Bank svh(~ol ,gait, this year. "],itgvowev.~ her~. The Rel)ublic is in receipt of :~ ..................... ,et,er from , evi Aroh.,.id. wh,, ,.'.s GLASSIFIEO ADVER TISI NG cMled to Califoruia hecanse of the death of his only daughter. Mrs. b'. ~RI,JSSMAKINL~ WANTED-AS how.e A. Robertson, April ') as ;tnnounced "' or by day.---Mrs M. IL Tl~i)mpso,~. in last week's Republic, .Mrs. Robert- Church street. son passed away in San Francisco. EIKays , traw Hat Dye She was aged .~2 years and 11 months. HEMSTITCHING- DONE at David~' The funeral was held Tuesday, April Department Store, Mo.~eow. Mail 5. interment being in Cypress Lawn: ~)rders given proml)t attention 5-I4 ,~'em,~tery, Sat, Francis,~o. M,. Arehi- i,,ot~:s~E~i::/r)~a~ioii:ri;;-~ (~a,,, near. Makes Old ]~lats Look Like New b;dd left Sunday for the north, in- ly sew. Terms.-( S. Corwin. t~hdiug lo stop for a, few days on- t.; louse, Wash. 4 rou,e t,,visit with friends, i,'OR ~ ~, ,~ E I---~" o , [ r ~T '1 (~ O ] ~ ,"} " x ".,o- ,, Sixteen Colors ,~Mr. and Mrs. W. Wolheter arrived with tires and five-tube~. ,Iu~t fit home Welnesdav noon l'rom Call- the thing for a trailer. Best offer 'l'orni;L, where they spent: the wiuter, t::kes the outfit Enq~lire of (l B. DULL BLACK GRAY t;oth are in good he'llth attd report .Ioslin, Paiouse. C~LOSS BLACK SAGE GREEN :,tt enjoy;d)le trip. They left Mr. " ......................................... a,ld Mrs. C. H. Farns~:orth in Ore- VOR SALE---White PekiR duck eggs, CADET BLUE LAVENDER $1.50 for 11 eggs. S. C. Reds, .$2 gon, where they will spend a week or for 15 eggs. S. C. White Leghorns, LIBERTY BLUE NATURAL ,sore visiting with relatives. Mr. $1.00 for 15 eggs. Two Red cocker- ~,Volheter who is one of the Palouse els for sale.---J. J Jonhson, phone NAVY BLUE OLD ROSE eeunlry's most extensive farmers, as well a~ one of the early day settlers. 33. BROWN CARDINAL RED states that: he has never seen the fall STRAYED--Black horse strayedI BURNT STRAW VIOLET wheat looking better in the Palouse from my farm on R. F D f;, Gai- n| this time of year than it does now, field, Monday, March 4. A reward CE~[S]~ Y~L0~t/ and predicts a bumper crop, He and will be paid for information leading Mrs. W'olheter are both glad to seth.' his return.--Hans Beplate, R. 1% Cents The Bottle back to their Palouse home. D. 2, Garfield. ...................... I tit)ME GROWN WHEAT flour down NOTED SOPRANO AT PULLMAN to pre-war price, $1.50 per sack; ${i.00 per barrel.---Palouse~ Milling ~me. Frances Alda Will Sing Monday Compa,ly. Palouse_._ ..,,Pharmaev Evening at W. S. C, Auditorimn. FOR SALE--Extra good brood ~ow Mine. Frances A.lda, one of the and ten pigs; priced rlght.---E. C. The Rexall Store foremost sopranos of the day, will be Smith, Route 1. Box 1, Palouse. 2-3t heard at the college auditorium, Pull- FOR SALE--Beardless barley seed~ man, Washington, on Monday eve- tall growth variety, good for hay.-- ning, April l~th. The concert will B. J. Jones, R. F. D. 2, Palouse. 2-4~ begin at 8:15. i Mine. Aids is so well known to the] SETTiN--0---EG--GS-~Tanerec1-- s(ra;n ipublic thatlittlec°mmentup°nher! WhiteLegh°rns' $1"50 f°rsettlng TH ability is necessary. She is young of 15 eggs.--Rhoda Grant, R. F. D. and her voice has lost none of its 3, Palouse. 52-if tl Ut beauty--in fact she is said to be S-E-T-~-N~--E-~-d-S~_~:fih-~--~ia-n~--l~ed || singing better this year than ever be- eggs, $1.50 for 15. White Leghorn fore. Press uotices from California, eggs, $1.00 for 15.--C, J. Dilts, Pq- where she has been singing during Palouse, Washington. 1-8t the past ten days attest t~at she is in wonderful voice. MARQUIS AND FORTY FOLD wheat EXTIZ 5 Those who have heard Mine. Alda's flour at $1.50 per sack; $6.00 per voice knowit to hen full vibrantln-barrel, eash.--~alouse Milling Corn- A~C ~'~ strument of genuinely Lovely tone; pany. one that yields instantly to the re-MONEY TO LOAN on improved pa_ ~560~ ~O MOOE ANP NO quirement of the most dramatic mu- louse farms.~Inland Empire Secu- sic and still is so flexible that it is rities Co., Old National Bank Bldg. FOD A CO PL Tg Bltl. OI quite effective in the delivery of emi- Spokane, Wash. nently lyric phrases calling for the DRESSMAKING--dressmaking done LO-J~,~-,~ L~'rH ~H! N6Lt:5 WIN POW5 smooth, flowing mezzo-voice so rare- ly found. Iu song recital she invari- by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J ~OO ~ ~ ~O~ L D! ~ G &N ~ I t L OUTSI V] i ably compels admiration of the sort and Maxwell streets. 36 gained by only one or two other sing- FOR SALE--The big $2.25 and $2.50 ANP |~|'~ ~|~|~H. '~,~F ~|LL ~E ers now before the public, bargains at LueMng's will con- , Tickets for the concert are now on tinue. One lot of ladies, shoes in kid ENOUGH MATEIZI£L OF" E. ¢H KIND sale at Watt's Pharmacy, Pulhnan. and gun metal, pair $2.50. One lot The price is $2.00. Mail or tele-el ladles' patent leather shoes, per PO L kTC LL] C"°" I phone orders wtll be filled, and the l pair.--H. A. Luesing. tickets held until the evening of thel REDUCE HIGH COST OF LiVING-- concert. P,y using home grown wheat flour and patronlzinghomelndustry, and "You may be @ @ 4* @ @ q* @ @ @ ~ @ 4, ~ $ @ ~ get back to normalcy. Flour $1.50 @ AMONG TH~ CH~r~CH~'~ $ per sack, $6.00 per barrel, cash.--- * * q" * ¢ * 4' 4' * * * * * ¢ * * Palouse Milling Company. says the Good Judge Catholic Church. l Services on the second Sunday ot[ Opens Dental Offices. That you are getting full every month at 12:15 p. m., and onI i have opened my dental office in the fifth Sunday at 9 a.m. Everyone[ the northeast room in the Farmers! value for your money welcome. National Bank building, where I will i when you use this class of be at the service of those needing tobacco. CARL PHILIPP, Pastor work ih my line. My complete new The good, rich, real to- dental outfit has arrived and is nowI Methodist Episcopal Church. in place, bacco taste lasts so long, Services at the M. E, church Sun- DR. H. J. SMITH, yOU don't need a fresh day, April 17. Sunday school 10 a. ch~w nearly as often~nor m. Morning worship 11 a, m. Theme Farmers, Dsirymen. do you need so biga chew "Fag Ends of Life." Epworth League Now is the time to build up that ~6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p. devitalized animal with Dr. Bailey's as you did with the ordi- m. "The World a Field for Service." inorganic Stock Tonic. It will make nary kind. the work horse more efficient for the; Any man who has used the The Baptist Church spring work. He will utilize more Real Tobacco Chew will Sunday school at 10 a.m. Get up nutriment from the same amount of in time to come. How can you pros- feed. It will qualify the cow to give tell you that. per in your soul if you have no dill- a better grade of milk. It will make: ,, Put uh i. two s~les gence in things spiritual? Preaching her les susceptible to milk-fever and service at 11. Subject of sermon other communicable diseases. "~roB CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco "The Pearl of Great Price." Who or 181R. Mail orders filled. Guaran-: RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacc~ what is the Pearl, and why? B. Y teed as repre~nted. U. at 6:30. Come and give us a 50-t4. DR. J. H. BAILEY.!