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May 6, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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.... _ ....................... Z LL .................. @@@@@,p@@@@@@~,,Ib@@~ 4, AMONG THE CHURCHES .~4.4.4.'I'4" Catholic Church. Services on the second Sunday of every month at 12:15 p. m., aud on the fifth Sunday at s a.m. Everyone welcome CARL PHILIPP. Pasl,,r Methodist Episcopal Church. Sevvices al the M. E. ch~n'ch Aay ~. Morning: Sunday schoo~ ~0 a. m. Morning worship 1[ a. m. Theme: The Baptist Church HAVE COME-BACK ON Next Sunda) will be Mothers' day :" R, R, LAND PAYMENTS mothers make ii, a poiilt to be preseut and enc, ouragc the school in its work Buyers of Railroad Grant Land it)! ..... -- ITELLS OF TRIP OVER GER~kNYikaiser. They don't feel they 0dd-Numbered Sections Profit by Recent Ruling of Secretary ILepreser~tative Jo['n V~r. '-~ummer~ write~ to 11~ the. fell,twin ~ :citer con- (erning eycess ot~nrges or~ rrtilroad ~;ra:., t lands: P..,:'mit me, lhro"ah yo~lr z~pe~, t ; call attention of lan4 ')Wile,':; :~1 y!Jtlr t;~) help children in the huilding up of their spiritual nature. The subject of the sermon at the morning service! will lm "Up and Down and I;p.''~ : There will be special music. The B. Y. P. L". will meet at 6:30 p. m,,and the prayer meeting will be held on Thursday at 6:45 p. m,, after choir practice, which begins at 7 p. m. The "Shadows of the goul." Evening: lecture on Revelation will begin at district to the fact that sm~.~e of iheut Epworth League 7 p m., preaching a p. m. and will take the place ol thefhave due from the United ~%latos go,- ~ervice 8 p. m. Themv: "The Fine: night service. On May the 15th we[ernment from $100 to $200 or more Art of getting Along With Folks."x~lt~" ha~'. tht~ last~ lectme', and After, Ion account of excess chara,.a~ made by th,t the selvlces ~lll be resumed at , s ' " "" ' I the [;. S. land office in some instan- Christian Church. " " " ' " Ices. on railroad grant !and.~, whmt night ~/ou are invited to all these Mothers" Day will be ohserved at the Christian church next Sunday morning with special music and a sermon at 11 o'clock hy Mrs. George Kincaid. Sunday school will be held at 10 o'clock and Christian Endeavor at 7 o'clock. Mid-week service ai "30 on Thursday evenings. services. "~ ~; "BLIND WIVES" WILL OPEN TH~ EYES OF THE WORLD *~l GEORGE PORTER, i~i" t ] William Pox presents VVo they arc covered with blankels. There 1 " "BLIND :i: "'- W terrible. I'm glad we didn't stay long, p 0:0 as I couldn't stand It, an,] you know -- ~ when I elin't staad anything there are i O;O few that can. 1 am sorry for these 4 i don't waut money thottgh Ihey wouhl l it ~.11 their Ilv~ for sonie clothes Illi(l food. They don't step praising the t. 4 Amerlcan~. : ~ A photo drama of surpassing loveline~ made from Edward ~ "'Trebl~onde was another Arme- i Kaoblook's great big New York, London and Paris stage succezs, ,~ nta= tewn, but it was completely wiped out by the Turks, who are now ~ "~/[y Lady's ])tess." ~. tn control of It, The Turks maaaacred i Also a Fox Sunshine Comedy, "ROARING LIONS ON PARbDE" 4 an the Armenians over fifteen years Show at 7:30 P. M. Admission 25 and 35 cents ~ o" age and kepi all under tltat age to bMng them up as Turks. ~he c|t:r 4 looked as If It was shot to ]~lece,% i ~) 1.i,~l.d. %A/LV~ S" 4 Samaoun is the sama a.s Tz'~bt- ~]llli~rn, l~ox PrOd_~LC~O~ WEDNESDAY ANDTHURSDAY, MAY 11 AND 12 , zonde, ~ you e~n see what kind o~ country we are travelling through. ' FRANIE MAYO LASCA , with [DI[II ti It , Ruaaia and Armenia because I am sick