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Palouse, Washington
April 22, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING 1I. I. Hughes of Colfax was in Pa-] Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Morrison and louse Wednesday on business, m)n. George. were to Spokane Satur- day evening, Lo spend Sunday a.t I.he L, t., Young was in Palouse oa [)HVCUl.)Orl with a Imrty of friends business [rom Princeton Wednesday.t who were in the city for the week. S, A. Manring, Garfield real estate end. man, was in Palouse Tuesday on bnsi-{ "1". P Jones, superintcndenl of the ness. t th)gging department of the Potlatch Mrs. Chas. M. Mecklem went toI Lumber company, and ,]ames Camp- Spokane Tuesday to remain until the! bell. an employee in this department, end of the week, visiting [riet(ds. twere in Palouse Tuesday on their Gus Kinman. resident of the Har- way to Spokane on business. yard district, was in Palonse Mon-t O. P. Stephens. operator at the dab' on his way ~o Moscow on bust-i Northern Pacific depot, is taking a ileal, rllonth's leave of absence, during J. E. Johnson, well known resident! which he will go to the Soap Lake of Harvard. was in Palouse Wednes-I~anitarium to take treatment He has dey afternoon on his way to Moscow' been in poor health for some weeks. on business. Miss Marion Scott, a senior at Che- hey State Normal. was home to s0end the week-end with her parents, ~dr. and Mrs. S. T. Scott. County Auditor A. L. Maxwell was in Palousc Sunday, calling on Iris The infanl child of Mr. and Mrs Ira Deploy of Moscow, formerly of this clty, was buried "~] this place Wednesday afternoon. The brief funeral servi.ce was conducted at the grave by Dr. H. O. Perry of the Meth- odisl church aT b i0scow. many friends and looking after some: Section two of the Ladies A~d Of pi:operty interests J tlic Methodist Episeopa| chur'cl~ ~'ill A daughter was born Thursdayi hold a silver tea nex~ ~Vedn~sday af- "April 21, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cox, I ternoon. April 27, aI the home of Mrs: .l B Dudley, xm Ctyu~'~D street. in the east part of town. Mother and~ from "3:'30 Io 7:~0 o'clock. A eha.~ge daughter are doing nicely. of 15 cent~ will be made for refresh- George Z. lckes and O. A. Turnhow[ IneDts, were in Union[own Tuesday. in at- tendance at the funeral of a pioneert b'. L. Titus. well gnowU Pa|mlm3 resident of that district, whom they! pioneer farmer and lan(l owner, ls had known for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,~. Dili. whoI live in the north part of to.wt~, are the parents of twins, a boy and ~t gic$, born last Friday. April 15. Mother and children are doing nicely, Miss Hazel Silvey, daughter of Mrs. J. O. Silvey of Deer Lodge. but formerly a resident of Palouse. is here visiting her brother, Roy gil* vey, and will probably spend the sum- mer in Palouse. Levi Archibald arrived at home Wednesday front California. where here front Portland lookllag after bus- iness interests and ~isitin~ ~ltll friends. Mr, Titu~ disposed of the grealer par1 of his land holdlllga here last summer and took up his resi- (let)c0 i~ Portland. Dr..f W ~levenson of Moscow, county health officer 9f |~gtab coun- ty, was in ~alouse between tral~s Mol~day Pit his ,way ~o Deary re in- vestigate a complaint made by a resi- dent Io the effect bat. his properly was being ~lspd as a dump gFoL~r~4 fDF refuse. he had been called three weeks ago A humbler of Paloume peol)le went[ to the funeral of his daughter. Mrs. to Pulhnaa Monday eveniug to h~ar[ F A. Robertson, He spent some txme Mine. Alda, the noted soprano, at thei on the way home visiti~g with College Auditorium. Among them[ friends. }were Mrs. Alvah Poage, M/as JennieI Earning Your Income ia but haft the battle; the other i~ managing it lest it manage you. People of all hleomes and in all walks of life save themselves a lot of needle~s worry through the use of the Checking Account. An account here will solve the problem ef- fectively for you, Farmers Nanonal Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Seed s edsl PRICES RIGHT. To cut the high cost of riving, we have put in ~me straight grade flour made by the Palou~e 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. 0he sack or one carliad the same price. Mill feed, rolled oat~, barley and poultry supplie~ always on hand. Timothy and ~lfalfa hay. Orders taken now for grain bag~ and binding twine-- Price~ guaranteed. A. J Webster Company Grain, l%ed, Eour. PALOUSE . " POTLATCH F " II I 111 I I I l~agan, Mrs. B. ~. Schick and daugh- ier, Margaret, Ralph Greene and Dwight Dilts. A number of others *xoutd have been in attendance had the roads bem~ in condition for driv- ing. Roy Dormaz~ or Colvilh,, this state, ;.n experienced blacksmith, arrived here the first off the week and will be employed in ~he Kildow & Hagen ,'.hop, formerly the Zesiger shop.] Messrs. Kildow and Hagen will have charge of the machine work and Mr Dorman the horse shoinff and black- ~mithing generally. The men's Bible class of the io~al Methodist Episcopal church held a banquet in the church basement last Friday evening', :it which 20 men were present. Following the excellent din- ner. a nmnber of talks were made. The principal speaker oi" the evening was the pastor of the Methodist church at ~arfield. Local speakers were the pastor. Roy. W. M Martin, Judge G. D. Kincaid, J. J. Jbhnson. dr,ells of families were left hometess. Extent of property loss cannot be ~Iellerntlned for days. I~ Arkansas on ,many plantations in Miller and }temp. stead counties, oracticaliy every build- ing was destroyed, newly ph~nted crops washed oi11 orcherds ruined. At Atlanta, O'Iearre]l and Avinger, across the Arkansas line in Texas many farm hmlses and outbuildings were destroyed and crops are almost a complete loss. In Mississippi, in oddities to lhe actual loss from high winds, much farm land was inundated. In Alabama property loss in Bir mingh-am is estimated at $200,000. with teu injured. GLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DRESSMAKING WANTED. At home or by day.---31rs. M. }l Tho~pson, Church street. HEMSTITCHING DONE at l)avi(~sl Department Store. Moscow. Mail vv~vvvovv AMONG THE CHURCHES Luthe~aa Church. Serviffes and Lord's Supper will de hold at 3:?,0 p. m. April 24. ~. J. ,IANK!~, Pastor. ............. -z ..... Catholic Church. ~ervh:~ on tlta second Suaday of every month at 12:15 p. m., al~d on the fifth Sunday at 9 a. re. Everyone waleome. CARL PHIL/PP, Pas~or Methodis~ Episcopal Church. Services at the M. E. Church for Suladay, Aprl~ 24. Sunday school 10 a. hi. : lborlllIlg worship it a, m. At this hour the 1. O O, F, and sister memorial se/'vice. Epworth League 6:30. At 7:30 Roy, Robert Thomp- son will deliver an illustrated lec- N~re on the life of Christ, The Baptist Church The Sunday school opens at I0 a m,, sha/,p: ~r0e.. and be on the job. Worship at 1! a r~), BubjPe| of the ,~ermon, "Net and Fishes." At 6:30 p. m, the Benior B. Y. P, U, It's growing, dome and help it. grow. In- :~tead of the night s0rvic0, the lec- louse farms.~Inland Empire Secu- rities Co,, Old National Bank Bldg. Spokane, Wash. DRESSMAKING---dressmakin g done by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J and Maxwell stregts. 36 J. I, CASE MACHI.NE]~Y--TI,avls & Sterner, agents for J. L Paso Ma- chinery company. Tractors, roafi lffa- chlnory, threshing maehines, plows and belting.~Addre~s Potlatch, Idaho 17- - ' Does This Prove It? Every day of the week there are nine dollars in bank checks used to every dollar of actual cash that changes hands, The reason for this is not hard to find. Wtten bank checks are used they represent money that remains safely in file bank. The risk is elimi- nated. Checks are also far more convenient and business-like. Every cancelled check is a valuable record of the tr0nsaction~a perfect I-eceipt for payment and proof in case any question ever comes up e0ncern. ing it. The checking system is most popular because it is the be~ method ever devised for handling money. Don't be satisfied with bad business methods. Come i~l and talk it over. Security State Bank EIRays Straw Hat Dye Makes Old Hats LooR Like. Sixteen Colors DULL BLACK GRAY 0LOSS BLACK SAGE GREEN CADET BLUELAVENDER LIBerTy BLUENATURAL l~AVY BLUE OLD R0S~ BROWN CARD~AL RED BURNT STRAW Y~LLOW CERISE VIOLET 25 Cents The Bottle Palouse Pharmacy q'he lke~all Store N--d-1;iC--~---2:J-Xiip~r~,70ns indebte--d- t0ti~L - " [urea on Revelation will be don- . ........ = ...... THt Plt0C[ 1! ' " ~ ,vtutm Juca o'~antern" contec- tinued at ,q 1) m The lecturs8 are ,.~ ......... -, -, ....... ' ' i ' .~..,uy or r. ri, ~tartoioaeh, kiadlv growing ti1 at,crest Even remi { ] t) ~ ) .~,~ ~ ..... t ~ t once to the .a_.e_ a ..... if YU hav't beeu at th f|rsl'lec-Ist 'tret' Chic CaIIfrnla P H ~ ~a~ ~----f'E~ I ' . " ,taltelnacn. ~__ii_i__~ .... __ j~f~6= _' .... of ladles patent leather shoes, per J i pair---H A Luesing ......... REDUCE HIGH COST OI~" LIVING In the l,eture next Sunday at 3 p. -- ~. : :: ":.:= :-::-~--'-~,~4~- ~:-"--~ ~aCN [ By using home grown wheat flour m. we will find oat what the book of ' A ~00M~ I and patromzi~g home industry, and Revelation tells about the destiny of " "' . ' ~A g~ our pr,sent civilization, its picture of get back to normalcy. Plour $1,50 PC TH tfm I$ NOT MUC{i per sack, $8 00 per harrel cash it is far from complimentary, but it .... ---- ' s Palouse Milling Compan~ istruetnature'andltsdestlnyL "u*u~vtlmngumpany" ~~~~ ~==~ tON V toP- tNOU-d; not a pleasant one, but we are march- -- ............... i ..... book of--evl "'ol ~.,~en~]on)~{I~.,e, IOWS~0. J~eDeK~, LUMBE~-I.&TH. ~HINaLE$ WI"DOWb i1~I ng to It. 'l'ne ~ earl I "l ..... " ....... tells US also some things about the at tmtl renows anct tte~o~ans art, ....... requested to meet at tho ,ouge hallMOIJLDInG5 ANP &I.L |g{$|p[ M~D OU~. aevil that iew p0ople KnOW aoonL . ~ , . ' . ........ next ~nn(lay morning at 10:15 pre- Some of these filings WIll De Drought ..... t,~ ..... 11 d vs 1 - If paratory to attenaingan anniversary ~|N|~H TOCOMPLETt ";FHE HOtlr E: at)out In next ~5 n a '~ ecture. ,oo ouo,.oo, ,ou .oo,o ,,,o ...... POTLATC ......... the Methodisi church ~o oe niscussen, please put tnem m ' " A TECKENBURG, writing and bring them with you. ' ' " ' All such questions will be coliected { ~ecretary. and if in sufficient number, a whole]--- FaiTae;-Dair-~e"~ ..... ~essmn will be de oted to their open Now ]s the tune to b~llld " ' ' " " ] " ". " " up thai ' " " ' di,cusMo,. {devitallzed animal with Dr. Bailey,, t~I~ 't Kno l ............... ]inorganlcStockTonic. ltwillmak, Perhaps YouDon 91 tlj~[t'rig:~?r~::~:':!!j:i:::~'!:i:~i ' says the Good Judge il STORM CAUSE OF II~lTtl~ IN g ~T~T{:_~{feed" It will qualify the cow to give How lo,xg a little of _ f"X ~ ,~{| ULfll/ll~lt II11 V Vll't/l~ la better grade of milk. It will make the Real Tobacco ~ ) ]| ........ ]her los susceptible to milk-fever aud Chew ~ ill last. ~-$~.~Y~ | | ..... 4.~lether communicable diseases. Phone Nor how much gen- ~' 11 Inoomplele ~eporls ~now 131R e s fill , I . Mall ord r ed. Guar~n- Seriously Injured; Rains [teed as represented. , uine chewing satisfac- 1~i ~ |11 Delay ReliefWork. {50-t4. DR.s H.~AILm: tion the full, rich real A'[~I, \ ii tobacco taste will give. [ . II Mempilis Tena.--Iucompl"ete reports |] Askany man @he uses ~-~"~ |1 r '~ the ,ix state, swept Saturday byII E. M. IRWIN theReaiTobaecoChew. ~ || 'storms showed 97 deaths with '3 ser-II " He will tell you that ~ \ !1 lously Injured and nearly SO sufferlngll this class of tobacco /mb~ Nk || less.r v~en ~n~, ,o.ell Anoeeson e~ Lo. willgivemoresatisfac ~,. ./=:;;$~ ~ ~d| trom ~,,olated ~ction, it i, f.r,d t~at II Undertaker tion--and at less cost~ Ik'~t-~" ~ ]| ,i,. de~th toll wn, be hi,her. II than the ordinary kind.V -'~| As ,compiled, the death list was: [I Texas, 9; A.rkausas, 66: Mississippi, I] Wgll Paper and Glass, Pie- Put ul~ in two styles ~| 8, Alabama, 14 t ' ' F II ture Framing. W-B GUT Is a long fine-cut tobacco In Arkansa~ the injured totaled 71. II Torrontl~,l raius delayed reUef work, ]| ~ RIGHT CUT is a short-cut but in Arkansas the Red Cross has ]| Telephone 65 be.t~ ~o.r.k tu eo~_.tte~..~ner, __h,m: l ..... -