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................ - i ii iiii i ....... ,,, l+? WHhT YOUR NEIBHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING ",, )' i / ',/Mrs. George N cow was in Palouse Wednesday hav-] I ing dental work done. I 1 George Bay, well known l)i~meer ofI the Harvard district, wa* itt Pa|ouBe] I Wednesday on business. Miss Pearl Babb, who lives west of town. is slowly recovering from a severe stack of influenza. R. L. Smith, proprietor oi the Pa- ouse Pharmacy, went to Spokane Thursday morning on business. A son was born Saturday, April 23, Lamphere of Mos=l [>+,kahs by tile Rcv W. M. Martin, at t l:e Methodis~ church, remaining over to visit with friends during the after- lloon. Mr and Mrs. E. H. Fraser of Col- fax. former well known residents of Palouse. are the parents of a daugh- ter. born Monday of this week. Mrs. Fraser and the daughter are reported w~ doing nicely. .lack Doyle. who has been employ- cd as meat cutter in the City Market ~or the past 1~ months, has resigned his position and will leave, iff a few to Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Howell. !days, accompanied by Mrs. Doyle, for east of Palouse. Mother and son are doing nicely. "='~. L. Spray. former Palouse farm- or. now located near Spokane. was in town Thursday visiting with old- time friends. The Epworth League of the Metho- dist Episcopal church will hold a cooked food :role next Saturday, April an extended trip. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav. Danielson, who live southeast of Palouse in Ida- ho, were in town on a shopping trip \Vc~dnesday, the trip being the first mr several months, owing to the bad ','+eather and bad roads. The Degree of Pocahontas gave a 30. at Johnson's Variety Store. banquet and card party at their hall rest Friday night, at which a large A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. r.rowd was present and a ~lelightful Francis L Dailey, at their home south-" rime enjoyed. Seymour Biyton, who west of Palouse, Monday, April 25. t will leave Palouse in a few days for Mother and boy are doing nicely, the summer, was the guest of honor. Truman Cash, who was shot in the! face by the acci,dental discharge of .22 rifle some L'wo weeks ago, is im- proving and is ~ble to be out again. ]The bullet sea,nTis to be firmly im- bedded near the ear. back of the up- per jaw bone, azld is not making an: tr~)uble. Seymour Blyton, who had expected |o take up his work for the stunner on the White Brothers & Crmn fruit farm on the Snake :river, some three weeks ago. )~as beezq confined to the house at the home of his sister, Mrs. C. N. Darlin:g, for some two weeks, with a severe attack of influenza. Iie is able to be out now, however, and expects t~ [cave Saturday for his work. Last Saturday n~ght Miss Shirley Turner entertained six girl friends at a slumber party, at her home in the west part of town, th~ affair being hu~e.,ly enjoyed from the time the GLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DRESSMAKING WANTED--At home or by day,--Mrs. M. R. Thompson, Church street. HEMSTITCHING DONE at Davids' I)epartment Store, Moscow. Mail orders given prompt attention. 5-t4 FOR SALE--Dodge touring car-f near~ ly new. Terms.--C. S. Corwin, Palouse, Wash. 4 FOR SALE--Good second band Ford ear for sale at a bargain---Paleuse C~rage. FOR SALE---Netted Gem seed pota- toes, about 100 sacks.--Walter Blane. PASTURE--Good mountain pasture, with plenty of water. Enquire of M. F. Lynch, Potlatch, Idaho. 7-2t FOR SALE--Baled grain hay. Also White Leghorn eggs, $1 per set- young poople assembled in the eve- ting.---L. W. Gwinn, R. F. D. 4. 7-2t ning until they had finished eating ........................... w:dt!es the next morning. Those FOR SALE--Dewberry sprouts, $4.00 composing the party were Lelia and po.r hundred. Good and strong.--- t~uth Griman, Ruth Fsrnham, Marie W. G. Dasch, phone 405. 7-2t Augir. Loi.u Andrew, Margaret l,~Og SALE--Netted Gem seed pota- ~Sehick ~md Shirley Turner. ioes, 75 cents per hundred pounds. Mrs. Lee Bennett and two children, of Garfield, are spending the week- end with Mrs. Bennett's parents. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Blane. west of town Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers left Wednesday for Alberta. where they will spend three or four months looking after their farming inerests.+ ('hristopher. " Mrs. W. F. Fmith. who has bees m[ t Friends of M I). Caplinger, former- poor health for some time is at a . . " ' ]ly employed as presemptmn pharma- Garfield hospital taking treatment ~ (ist at Me -1 ' ~" . " " '+ +. - cK em s rnarmacv, ann wne I~ is understood that her condition i++ improving. Attorney W. I~TM. Morrison, Dr. E. K Wolfe and M. D. McPherson were in Colfax Monday on business in con- nection with the estate el the late Sarah A. Hughes. Miss Margaret Arrasmith left the first of the week for Champion, Al- berta, where she will spend the sum- mer with her aunt. Mrs. Bertha Hack- ett, on the ranch. Mr. and ~Irs. L. O. Larson who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Larson's mother, Mrs. E. L. Meeks, at Meeks' mill, left Wednesday morning O. F1 Lynch, H. L. Miller, G. B., 3has ['earl Iohnson accompamed ' e ten e the "~' "" ' , ' ". [.lo.Min and'I). M. l)udl.y at d d by Mrs. Pearl Christopher and little[ regist(:red shoot given by the Lewis- son, of .Albion, attended the funeral[ mn arm club Monday and Tuesday on (if the mfant child of Mr. and Mrs.[the I,ewiston gr(nlnds. While the J. E. Browning on Crane creek, Sun-t Daiou:~e shooters l'ailed to bring home day. Mrs. Browning is a niece ofIalp the mouev, they did some gfmd Miss Johnson and a sister of Mrs. ~ shooting" ,lo~4in breaking 2~6 out of drove up from Colfax Sunday morn- ing to hear the anniversary address delivered to the Odd Fellows and Re- later located at Moscow, -where he be- eanle a benedict some two years ago, are in receipt of word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Caplin- g'er Monday, April 25. Lester McCauley, formerly of this tfface, but. now located :it Dayton, was in Palouse over Sunday. visiting his daughters, Mrs. J. D. Byerly Jr. and Miss Fleta McCauley, and his brother. IV E. MeCauley, east of town. He reports business condi- tions good iu Dayton. Easter Rebeekah lodge put on in- itiatory work at the regular s~sion of the lodge Tuesday evening. Fifty for their home in Spokane. members were present and a banquet Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCroskey ': was served following the work. Out of town members in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. MeCroskey and Mrs. J. D. Lewis, of Colfax. |l 1 Special Sale On Hats ENDS d ATURDAY. AP R I L 30 + :t p(msible 300, Lynch 27i and Dudley i27]. Leviston was having the same eold~ rainy weather during the two days that p~'evailed ic the Palouse distrSet. The Xc~nodican club met last Fri- day at the home o4" Mrs. E. E. Boone ou west Main street. Following an ~nteresting session, refreshments were served by the hostess. The public librar~ no'w stationed in the city hall, a:od sponsored by the cl,.tb, is serving: a large number of people each week, as it becomes more generally All hats at greatly reduced prices during this week. Take the op- portunity to supply your hat wants during this sale week. knows, that a large variety of lltera-i ~:ure i~z available. The library is now ,)pen ~n Tue~sdays from 2:30 to 5 and ~n W(~dnesdays from 7 to 8:30. Me~.~rs E. E. Boone, J. B. Dudley, R. L. Smith and A. Teckenburg drove to Col~ax Monday evening to attend the m~eting of the Whitman County Retail DeaSers" association. quet 'was served by the Colfax Com- mereL-d club and addresses were de- livered by J. N. Emerson of Pull- man, Cbeo. A. Phillips, of the Palace store, ~pokane; Dr. Cordell of the State College of Washington; J.D. Lewis and Mayor Glaser of Colfax. The meeting was well attended and Palouse Hat Shop :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Kingdon of God in the Parables." At [night at 6:30 B. Y. P. U. The night + iserviee will be held at 3 p. m. and the ~ [subject, will be the "Eighth Lecture ....... - "----'Ion Revelation." Prayer meeting at ............... t [ 7:45, after choir practice every [ Thursday evening. d eeds! Seeds! Seeds! L There will be only three more lec- ' [tures on Revelation. They will have tto do with the Antichrist, the Battle ........ ~ of Har Magedon, the Millenium and FIELD AND ~ARDF.~ SEDDS IN BULK OR PACKAO~'o-- / . . . [the ~ew Jerusalem. These are sub- PRICES RIGHT. [jeets which interest everybody. In our last lectures we have seen, among other things, the prophetic outlines of the collapse of our present civili- .... V. W. Tidwell. 1he top price. Prompt remittanee. lnhtnd Poultry IIouse. 71.2 N. Monroe Spokane. MAN Wk~T~r)~:-To .ssis~ in ()pe- rt:ring a Lramway. Prefer alan who ('all purchase a oue-fourth in- terei.~; ill tramway. Write or see! John Nl~ne , ~ "J t, Moscow, Idaho. 7-,qt ........................................ FOP~ SALE---Four wheels, :]Sx~ :~, with tires and five tubes. ,lust the thing for a trailer. Best. offer t-~kes the outfit. Enquire of G. B. doslin, Palouse. $11.50 for 11 eggs. S. C. Reds, $2 , +:o~ 15 eggs. S. C. White Leghorns, $1.00 for 15 eggs. Two Red cocker- els for sale.---3..1..lonhson, phone , 3. straight grade flour made by the Palouae ~illing Company. $1.50 per sack and $6.00 per barreL. Remember this is not the Sunbeam brand, but is a good cut-off flo~r, and cheap. One sack or one carliad the same price. HOME GROWN WHEAT flour down to pro-war price, $1.50 per sack; , $6.00 per barrel.--Palouse Milling Company. White Leghorns, $1.50 for setting of 15 eggs.---Rhoda Grant, R. F. D. ,~, Palouse. 52-tf To cut the high cost of living, .we have put in some zation. In the following lectures, we will see prophetic outlines of a civili- zation that will be Godly, righteous and everlasting. Wo are passing through a sort of process of evolutiou A ban ................................................. SETTING EGGS---Rhode Island Red eggs, $1.50 for 15. White Leghorn eggs, $1.00 for 15.--C. J. Dilts, Pa- Palouse, Washington. 1-St ~iARQUIS AND FORTY FOLD wheat flour at $1.50 per sack; $6.00 per barrel, cash.--Palouse Milling Com- pany. lVfill feed, rolled oats, barley and poultry supplies alway~ on hand. Timothy and alfalfa ]Lay. Orders taken now for grain bags sad binding twine-- I~ces guaranteed. ~ , A. J Webster Company 1-- I~ IJl -2 I | was both an instructive and a pleas- - ....................................... ant affair. MONEY TO LOAN on improved Pa- louse farms.--Inland Empire Secu- _ _ t r~ties Co., Old National Bank Bldg. Spokane, Wash. AMDNG THE CHURCHES [ ] by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J Holy Trinity Church. ser [and Maxwell streets. 36 Church school 10:00. Other . - vice~ 8:00, i0:00, ~:00. ~lJ. 7. ~ ~-i-~-~--%~fB Starner, agents for J. I. Case Ms- Catholic ~Tammh. chinery company. Tractors, road ma- Services on the second Sunday of chinery, threshing machines, plows every month at 12:15 p. m., and on and belting.--Addresa Potlatch, Idaho the fifth Sunday at 9 a. ra. Everyone l'~OTIC-E~-~-+A-lipe~sons-in-d-eb-te(i to-the welcome, former ."Jack o'Lantern" confec- CARL PHILIPP, Pastor tionery or P. H. Staffelbach, kindly remit at once to the latter at 5126 The Baptist Church Ist street, Chico, Californla.--P. H. The Sunday school is one of the Staffelbach. 6-4t most important forces to build up the ~-R--~-~-~ ,p~ ~i~~-~a~,~ ~ ~ spiritual life of our community, bargains at Luesing's will con- Everybody ought to take interest in tinue. One lot of ladies, shoes in kid it. All of you who can do so are cor- and gun metal, pair $2.50. One lot dially invited to come to our Sunday of ladies' patent leather shoes, per school, opening every Sunday at I0 tail bobbed; had halter on. Also, one black cayuse mare, lame in left front foot from wire cut. Please no- to prepare us for what is permanent, tify C. E. Bunney, Princeton, Idaho, .......................................... [ phone 3F43. 7-2t S]aO]KANE'S I ~"'"'"'"'~~ VIReIN WOOL II 1~" ~ I'O'U~I~,J II g,,~e A',go AA~k, VV Jl.~l ~I~IEH& TAILOI II "+" ". "'" 1t t ll ' '"'+ II _ If It Iss' "co. ~~~[ff All Right 11 Undertaker 1t n'.__-__ s. ~ . [[ Wall Paper and Glass. Pie- |/ ]IL. IL Dolby Co. II " Teleph0:e 65 II You can't get away from the 'fact that many thous- ands of shrewd, sensible depositors have placed their savings in Guaranty Banks. These depositors possess a solid conviction that Guaranty Banks are not equalled--in safety, in service, in strength. In three years, this preference---based solely on the business record of Guaranty Banks---has made the Washington Bank Depositors' Guaranty Fund the most vital factor favorably affecting bank deposit- ors in this state. The first thing you ask about a bauk is "Is it safe?" Safety is guaranteed depositors who bank where the Symbol of Safety is shown. Look for it---there you will find a real bank. Security State , Bank Elkays Straw Hat Dye Makes Old ~lats Leer Like New Sixteen Colors DULL BLACK GRAY GLOSS BLACK SAGE GREEN CADET BLUE LAVENDER LIBERTY BLUE NATURAL NAVY BLUE OLD ROSE BROWN CARDINAL RED BURNT STRAW YELLOW CERISE VIOLET 25 Cents The Bottle Palouse Pharmacy The Rexall Store ::h5 3AN ,JUAN FI [ [ PLAN5 NO pair.--H. A. Luesing. _t FOR SALE--Five passenger ~ , Ford for sale at a bargain. ~Qt~ " Good tires and in fine run- AND NO MOIRE FOl~ $ lxlng, condition. YOU will ~l~O~l~ LUI~B~J~ ~SHINSLe.5 La~rH have to hurry, as the price WINDOWS MOULDINGS INSIDE ANDO i|l is$150.00.---PalouseOarage FINISH TO COMPLETE ~rlr' Our ;Cll~ are L4~ver --Saxon Six. Has not been driven 7,000 miles. In pink of condition, with four new tires and three extra. This ear a baxgain at $475.00 if Prh Yo D 't " taken before May the 8th. e aps u on Palouse Garage. says the Go~l Judge STRAYED--From Princeton, Idaho, Sunday night, April 24, gray horse, How long a little of ~' i~/' four years old, weight 1150 pounds, the Real Tobacco +. / brand D over bar. on front shoulder; Chew will last. / Nor how much gen- uine chewing satisfac- tion the full, rich real tobacco taste will give. Ask any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew. He will tell you that this class of tobacco, will give more satisfae* tion--and at less cost~ than the ordinary kind, Put up in two st~les W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobaeeo