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Palouse, Washington
May 6, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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May 6, 1921

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r< / :i ~i!~i'~,~'~ ,i~, WHAT YOUR NEIBHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING D. M. Dudley went to Spokane SlIll-I ~il the first of June, when she will r DRESSMAKING WANTED--At home ...... Isited with friends th~ latter part of (O~'~.. I, I~'AAL PUBLICATION) last week, on her Whey to Spokane, or by day.-,-Mrs. M, R Thompson,I ~EPORT OF TIlE FINANCIAL CONDITION where she went to meet the two chil- iChureh street. I OF THE The safety and security of our National Banks--backed as they are by our Federal Re- serve System--are responsible f o r t h e i r growth, Be a National depositor, Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON 'I'L ......... J~ ...... i .............. [ eeds! Seeds! Seeds! I Ill III I I,II I u lilt I I FIELD AND GARDEN SEDDS T~I BffLK OR PACK.AG~ 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, Webster Company Grain, Feed. Flour. POTLATCH Ill II I, I I I In the National Banks of the United States there is one deposit account for every five people of our population. One of Our Five 1st street, Chico California.--P. H.: looking after property" interests, i was in Palouse the first of the week, The school patrons and the public Slaffelbach. 6-4ti Mrs. M. E. Beach. who has been n i a guest at the O. A. Turubow home. ~ generally will have an Opl)ortuni- poor health for some months, is re-! Mr. Williams expects to start ac- ty to inspect the year's work in art FOIt S,\LE---Five passenger ported as having taken a turn for the:~ tire work on the property shortly, at the domestic art departiuent build- Ford for :role at a bargaia. worse recently and her rendition isl Mrs. W. J. Breed has been seri- ins, on the high school grounds, Fri- Cood tires end in fine run- considered serious. I ously ill at the family home on day, May 13. A free tea will be setv- ning condition. You will Roy. W. M. Martin. pastor of the! Church this week, but her condition ed to the visitors and it is urged that have to hurry, as ~he price local Methodist Episcopal church, at-! is slightly improved now. Her daugh- all persons interested in the schools i~ $150.fif -.-Palouse (~ara,L"e tended the sessions of the Inland Em- ler, Mrs. George A. Fairchild of Pull- t attend. I)uring the afternoon a cook- pire Sunday School convention in man, and her son, Stanley, of Gar-led food and candy sale will be held Spokane Tuesday and Wednesday, fiehl have been at her bedside durmgl in the building al,~o. FOR SALE AT A BAttGAIN ,the week. The Security Benefit association --Saxon Six. }]as not been Mrs. C. J. Day was in Palousc~ The Rev. R. R. Martin of Oroville,[held an open meeting Tuesday eve- driven 7.000 miles. In l)ink Thursday from the Day farm west of* town for the first time since last fall in the northern part of the state is in] ning in honor of Mrs. Lou H. Colwell, the family having Jlust returned fromI Palouse this week visiting his broth- I district manager. A literary, program of~iresCOnditiOn,and threeWithextra.fur Thi~new 'er Rev W M Martin of the local lWaS rendered by the little folks and car a bargain at $475.00 if their winter home in ('olfax, to the Methodist church, The Oroville manitwo readings which delighted those! taken before May the gth, farm. 1 is pastor of the Methodist chlurch andi present, were given by Mrs. Barah ! Palouse Garage. Miss Ethel Oderlin. stenographer at secretary of the chamber of com-IHcitzman, Delicious refreshmellts[ the First National bank, Pullman, ~s merce in" his town. twere served at the close of the meet- taking a three months' vacation, be- .............. i ing by a committee composed of Mes-iSTRAYED From Princeton, idaho ginning with the first of this month, i ~v~rs. r~mma naanaay ot hewmton, ~ Sunday night, April 24, gray horse. dairies ~rilson Fisher and Hughes. { four years old, weight 1150 pounds, She will remain at her home here un- i a former pioneer resident of Paloulse, The Eden Valley Sunday school lbrand D over bar. on front shoulder; has changed its hour of meeting fromt tail bobbed: had halter on. Also, '10 o'clock on the second and fourthI one black cayuse mare lame in left i Sundays of each month TheI front foot from wire cut. Please nu- Sunday school ~fll be followed tf~ C E Bunne~ ' r ," ~ ' ." . ~ .." Frtncelon, Idaho, by preaching services by the Rev. phone 3F43. 7-2t Glen Hlutton, of Spokane University~,~'~-,:x...x..~::~,:....~--7 ,: -x- :~. ;--:- ..v. -x. ~[ ~.-'.'..:i. at 3 o'clock. On the first and third .x" ,x- Sundays in the month, the school will meet at 10 o'clock. Rev. Hutton pc- A TRADE WORTH WHILE ~- ;- Three Good Properties in ,;:- cupied the pulpit last Sunday and -:: Spokane for Farm Land. :