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Palouse, Washington
April 22, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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April 22, 1921

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i Friday and Saturday White Flaxon THE YARD, 39c. 32 inches wide, a fine quality flaxen Bleached Muslin 11/2 YARDS FOR 39c. A fine count cloth of good weight. Its smooth, even weave makes this cloth very desirable, width 36 inches i i Longcloth THE YARD, 39c. Closely woven of choice long staple cotton yalms, used in the very best under- garments. Width 36 inches. m i ttl ]1 ii1| ii i Leather Faced Gloves THE PAIR, 39c. Men's leather faced canvas gloves, leather extends around to back of finger. .H|i .Jazz Caps 39c EACH. For boys or girls, in class colors, made of good qutlity felt. Shinola Shoe Polish 5 TINS FOR 39c The popnlax polish for black, tan or brown shoes. i Men's Mercerized Hose THE PAIR. 39c. A very high grade mens' ho~e, in black, white, dark grey, Palm Beach and Cordovian. It is your duty to yourself and family to compare price and quality before you buy. Our merchandise will stand the test of comparison. i ....... Men's Belts 39c Each. Men's black bel~s~ all lenglhs, patent buckle, 1 inch ,wide. i im ............... Men's and Boys' Ties 39c EACH. A good assortment of men's and boys' ties, fancy silks, and wash ties i liaR, ii ill in Children's Hose TWO P&IRS FOR 39c A fine ribbed, long wearing hose in black or white. ............. i Curtain Scrims THE YARD 39c Excellent quality curtain scrim, in a very pleasing design. 36 inches wide. t Japan Silk THE YARD 39c One lot of Jap silk, fine values, to close out, High Grade Percales TWO YARDS FOR 39c 36 inches wide, fast colors; a high class attractively styled fabric, ligh oz' dark patterns. Apron Ginghams 2~/~ YARDS FOR 39c 27 inches wide, woven of good eot~ ~ton yarns in even checks. Friday and Saturday | i a ill i i i l~aclie's Neckwear CHOICE 39c One assortment of l.-~dies' lace and of gandie neckwear. Very pretty desig~is, size. Fleischer's Yarn TW0-0UNCE BALL 39c Very popular for knitting scarfs, sweaters, etc. All colors. Children's Bloomers THE PAIR 39c Children's black satine bloomers, made of good weight satine. Outing Flannel TW0 YADS FOR 39c A thoroughly dependable quality cot- ton outing flannel in dark colors only. 27 inches wide. Beading Beads THREE BOTTLES FOR 39c The popular trimming for blouses and dresses. Assorted colors Notions One lot of Children's purses, each..39c Human hair nets, cap or elastic style 6 for ...................... 39c Knitting pins, the set ............ 39c Val insertion, 9 yards for ......... 39c Men's Dress Hose THREE PAIRS FOR 39c Knit of good quality cotton yarns, color, black or cordovian, all sizes. Blue Wrist Canvass Gloves THREE PAIR FOR 39c A ~ood weight canvass glove, IreNe i i i Men's Work Socks THREE PAIR FOR 39c A medium weight, grey or blue mixed work sock. Grocery Specials For the Week Imperial coffee, 1-1b can ........... 40 3-1b can ..................... $1.00 Royal white soap, 5 bars fox'. ........ 25c Bakers ground sweet chocolate, Lib can ........................ 30c Wedding Breakfast pure sorgum, x/ lon can ..................... 80c Rinse--an aid to the family laundry package .... .................. 8c Silk soap, 20 bars for ........... $1.00 Hominy, 9-lb. sack .............. 50c DI. Prices baking powder, 12-oz. can for ......................... 40e Crisco, the all around shortening, 9-Ib. can ...................... $2.16 6-lb. can ................... 1.5#, 3-lb. cazt ................... ,~) ~eco currants, package ............ 25c No. 1 soft shelled Manchuria wah:ut~, jus~ a small quantity left. Get yours at, the pound ................... 25~ We have Tillamook cheese, the cheese of uniform quality. The store that DU DLE, Saves youmoney ............... || t ~ i / CASH GETS BULLET IN FACE Growers to Hold Woo| !through the week-end at lhe .1. O. t,17 her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anus (Continued from page 1) / Boise, idaho. --- Idaho and Oregon~ Br)vle:~ home in Ihe Cove. Smith. ' ] woolgrowers, in session here voted to! Mr. ~tnd Mrs. A. J. Queener and Mrs. G. N. itornby was a Moscow boy, were together when the accident[ store the 1921 clip until market condi-Ison Thomas, visited with relatives in visitor last week. occurred. Cash laid his gun on the[ tiona improve. Harvard a few days last week. Mario]~ Italhb~ln. for several yearsl ground and when he went to pick ~t.l N.M. Salisbury wa.~ a visitor in :~ resident of (~hambers Flat, but now: ":' CORRESPONDENCEGarfield last week. ,,i 3uliaetta. is back or~ the Palouse' up took hold of the barrel and drew ~|1 TI"IiV it toward him. the trigger evidently ~UU~iD| Miss Freda Queener visited over hellfingJ, lt. (~ochrane wHh hi~ farm l encountering some obstruction which:==::-==-=-::.:::=- =: :::::=:::= = =:::~-~::: :==:-:.:. .Sunday with relatives in Potlatch. work .~prung it enough to discharge the TURNBOW :FLAT. V.M. ~tarner and Faye Morris of W. E. Sexton and George gun. The troller entered the right Miss Ruby Morgan, teacher at Freese were. in llarvard last week brought up a large band of cattle cheek neat" the mouth and ranged backward I)etween the upper and Grinnell, spent the week-end at the J. overhauling the highway machinery, t'rom the XVinona country last week lower jaws and lodged back of the E. Turnbow home G.H. and C. R. Kinman returned which the)' will pasture in the hills ' the first of last week from Long (~:lsL of Harvard during the summer. upper jaw, near the ear. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Berry of l~alouse Beach, California, where they were Deputy Assessor G. O. Stilwell of The boy was taken to the C. J. spent Sunday at the home of their called l)y the illness and death of Princeton was in this vicinity get- Witmer home, near which the sect-son. Chester. their father, t:ing l)roperty valuations last week. dent happened, hy his companion and O.A. Turnbow and G. Z Ickes at- Emil Boiler 1)rought Ul) a. load of School elections were held in the was brought to fhe office of Dr. E K. tended the funeral of Mr. Loam:in, at lumber from ,1. C. Throop's mill on v~*,'ions districts in this vicinity Men- Wolfe by Wesley Tempero. who hap- Uniontown. Tuesday. Crane creek, for E. (L Johnson, tree (lay. iIarvard reelected F. A. Lien- pened to be at the Witmer home with his car. l-le was given the necessary Mrs. J. E Turnbow visited with day last week. hard. Woodfet] again chose George attention and taken home, where he friends in Palouse the first of the Mrs. Minnie Ewald of Grand Haven Bay and Mrs. Matt Schot{ was elect- is seemingly doing nicely, experienc- week. Mich.. visited last. week at the home e,l on Chambers Flat. ins but little trouble from the injury. Henry Turnbow visited at. the o, Mrs ,, o Grocery $pecials less further trouble develops, it will John, of East G'ove. the middle of the } .............................................................................................. be better to leave the bullet where it week. is as an.operation to remove it would There will be all day services and be more or less serious and might re- dinner at the Eden Valley church suit in a paralysis of the side of the Sunday, April 24. The sermon in face. Had the bullet penetrated a the afternoon will be given by Rev. little further, or ranged in some Hutton of Garfield. All are cordially other direction, the injury might invited to attend. hav(~ been very 4nlleh more serious. PRINCETON. Card of Thanks. ~r. and Mrs. Dennison arrived We wish to thank our friends and here from California the first of the neighbors for their aid and syrapa- week, where they have been Hvlng thy during the illness and at the time for ~i~e past year. ~Phey have dis- of the death of our mother and posed of their property there and in- grandmother, Mrs. Sarah A. Hughes. tend to locate near Spokane. They MRS. WM. CHAMBERS. have been visiting B.F. MRS. IRA BURBANK. who is t, brother of Mrs. Dennison. "~--l~c 3Oc MRS. LIVEY DEWEESE. L.L. Young was a business rialto: in Moscow and Spokane the last of 8enator~ Demand More Farm Credits, the week. Washington.~Senators from agrieul- The Royal Neighbors are giving a tural states will take their fight fez dance and supper on Friday night, more liberal credits and a lower re,. April 22. The proceeds are to be discount rate at the Federal Reserve used to help pay for the Royal Neigh- banks to the president, it was an. bet and Voodman hall. nounced by Senator Smith, Democrat. Mrs. James Rasmussen and chin South Carolina. Senators Gooding dren went to Deary to visit her Idaho; Caplaer, Kansas; McNary, ()re. mother, Mrs. Head. gon, Republicans, and Kendrick, DeaD. erat, Wyoming, are among those who have been taking part in the confer. WARV~RD. ences. An entertainment and supper was ~Oc 2 25c given in the school house last. Satur- Dublin Is Shocked. day evening for the benefit of the suf- D~ablin.~News of the execution of fering Chinese. The receipts of the the stx lrish republicans at Cork made evening netted $21.85. Wells Byron a profound impression upon the popu- B.H. Stewart has moved his family lation of the capital. It had been gen- onto the farm which he ri~cently leas- rI'IO~]~" 4"~ ~ally expected the death sentences ed, one-half mile east of town. wORld b4 ~m~uted. Mrs. George Wtntersteen visited pecial ale On Hats For One Week Beginning ATURDAY, AP R I L All hats at greatly reduced prices during this week. Take the op- portunity to supply your hat wants during this sale week. Palousc Hat DOOLE, Y' 125 E. Third St., Moscow, Idaho We have a fine line of dinner ware in several different patterns. Hand Painted China, Glassware, Crockery We pay the freight and guarantee safe delivery on any set of dishes. We invite you to call and see what we have when in Moscow. Finest Assortment of fland Pain ed China in Moscow