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J _ j i n ,i MRS M E. BEACH LAID TO RESTI (Continued from page 1) [ ..................... I 1886, his widow was united in mar-! riage with E. N. Beach. then of Col-I fax. Shortly after they moved to Pa- louse to make Lheir home. Mr. Beach gharter No. 9499 Reserve District No. 12 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Farmers National Bank AT PALOUSE hi tile State of %Vashington, at tlie close of business on April 28. 1921. passed awayin Spokane in 1914. i : . " . RESOURCES .... Mrs, Beach was a woman (ff strongI Lbalis and dii~eounts, including rediscounts.. .... $244.117.63 personality and i-emarkable business Notes and bills, red iscbunted With Federal Re-- ability, always looking after her ownI extensive interests. ~iuch of the present townsite of Palouse was own- ed by her and this fact. together with her great interest in the community and its people, especially the younger people, had caused her to be known 1 for years as the "Mother pf Palouse.'" i She was a consecrated worker in the Episcopal church and was one of the heaviest contributors to Holy Triuity | church since its organization, in theI i early days of the coinniilnity. HavingJ no children of her (Jw~L she gave ~l" her means to aid others, several young men owiog to her their oppor- tunity to secure an ediloat.ioll ~IB(i ;l start in life. During her declining )'ears Mrs. Beach made her home) with her sister. Mrs. J. A Bloom and her husband. at the old homestead in the south part of town. There she had the leo- derest care in her last illness, her every wish being gratified. In her will, which provides for the disiri- button of her property. Mr. and Mrs. Bloom are named as oxecll?Ol'S. Chamber Adopts Resolution. In appreciation of Mrs BcaclVs service to the community and her sterling qualities of womanhood, the Palouse chaniber (if comaler(~e ho>~ adopted the following resolutions: Whereas. One of the path=finder~ of this vast Inland Empire has gone to the Great Beyond; one whom we had learned to love for her great kindness and sympathy for all in af: fliction or distress and who, because of these qualities, had long beell known in our midst as "Mother Beach," Therefore be it, Resolved. that in memory of her. we hereby extend to her sister. Mrs. J. A. Bloom. and her family, our sin- cere sympathy. And be it further Resolved. That a copy of these reso- lutions be spread upon the minutes of thi~ organization. t4, serve Bank (other than bank acceptances sold) ........................ $17,772.27 $17,772.27 $226.345.36 Overdrafts unsecured. $941.68 ............................ 941.6~ U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation. U. S. bonds par value ~ ............................... $50.000.00 13,000 BONUS CLAIMS PASSED Repremmt $3,300,(D0--Many Cleri- cal errors Are Found. Between March 12 and May 5. a to- tal of $3,300,000 of World War veterans' claims for added compen- sation had been passed for warrant issue. A total of 15,000 claims were handled and of these 13,000 were passed, the others being held up for minor clerical corrections in the ap- plications. The auditor's office has found that about one-third of the claims presented contain slight er- rors that have to be corrected before warrants can be issued. All claims are being handled in regular order except where Ameri- can Legion officers certify, after in- vestigation, that genuine cases of distress exist which justify upset- ting the whole office routine to find cheek up and pay a claim our of or- der. New bids have been calle~l for the ~eeond bond issue of $6,009,000 as the interest rate proposed in the earlier bids for this instalhnen[ of bonds was unsatisfactory. The mon- ey will be available by the thus the first bond fund is exhausted More Than 8,000 Poll Taxpayers Up to Thursday a~ternoon County Treasurer Thompson had issued 8,- 140 receipts for poll taxes, with pros- peels for some 3,000 more to come. Treasurer Thompson's office force are experiencing some inconvenience as a result of the failure on the part of bankers In securing" proper ad- dresses of those from whom they have collected tax. and it is request- ed that in the future particular at-I tentlon be given to this importan~I d~3ail.~Gazette. [ Has Al~eadieitis Operation. ,Ralph Horton, manager of the feed and grain business of the A. J. Web- ster company, at Potlatch, was ope- rated upon for appendicitis Wednes- day. It is understood that his condi- tion so far is favorable for a rapid recovery. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership This is to certify that the co- partnership heretofore existing be- tweeu William Eaton and Delbert Roath in the operation and control of the Perfection Tire Shop, in Pa- louse. Washington. is dissolved by mutual consent, this 10th day of 1~ty, 1921, Mr. William Eaton re- tiring from said business. Mr. Del- bert Roath will continue said busi- ness, and all accounts due the firm of Eaton & Roath. will be paid to Mr. Roath. Dated at Palouse. Washington, M~y 10th. 1921. DELB~RT ROA1'H 9-$t WILLIAM EATON All other United States Governmen~ ~ecurities .... 14.159.84 Total ............................................. 64,159.~ Other bonds stocks, securities, etc ........................ 14,430.52 Bauldug house, $18.302.50; l,",lrniture and fixtHres, ,~6,690.52 24,993.02 ('i:~.h in vault ........................................... 5,538.~6 Lz~wfu] reserve with I,'ederal Rc.~erve Bank .................. 10.302.37 Net amount dHe from national banks ...................... 169.89 Net aulollntS due from banks, bankers, and /rust companies ill the United States ~other titan included ill items 9. 10 or 11 1.594.97 Total of items 9 10, 11. 12. l~ and 14 ........ $1,764.86 I h-cks eli b~iilkS located olitshle of city or town of reporting bank. and other cash items .............................. 281.,~7 liedeinplio;~ l'tilld with U. N Troasnrer and (luc from l? ,% Tre~sltrer ............................................ '),~ 00.it0 ] Olher ~tsxers. if any Exp~ll,~es. llllt.wl~+~'l and i[tleS paid ....... -. 3.768.:1q :i i Tel ill .............................................. $,~55.1~6.71 ~# L~iLr~ms 1[, Capital ,-,'.()Ok paid i,i .................................... $ 50.000.0:* ;i ~ ;Jr pl-]s h(ud .......................................... l (i,(i00,Ol) :i Cirt.lilating acres (tutstanding ............................. $ 49.997.50 ~# i. N(~,I alllOUnts due. to national hanks ....................... 1,24g ;0. t I~ei'tified chePks Olltstanding .............................. 6.04 i.;i ('ashier's i}hecks otl own b:t/ik olltstanding .................. 86~.9ft it Total of trellis 22, ".3. 24, 25 and 26 .......... $2.123.59 ~,# Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to reserve ~* (depo~it~ payable within qt) day~ ~i Individual deposits subject to check ..................... 71,12S.$5 ~ {'(rtificates of deposit due in le.~s than :{a days( other thD.n for 4 i money borrowed~ ........................... " ........... 16,685.00 Othe~ demand deposits ................................... 18.226.00.( * Tt:tal of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to iq i I reserve. Items 27,28.29,3l).31 and 32 .......... $I00.042.85 i i ! Time deposits subject to reserve tpayable after 30 days, or sub- jeer to 3tt days or more notice, and postal savings): i I Certificates (if deposit (other l han for nloney borrowed t ...... 5~,227.0:1 , Oth~r time deposits ...................................... 85,735.72 i I Total of time deposits subject to reserve, items 33. 34. i 35 and 36 ............................. $117,962.77 i BH-ls payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (including all obligations repre;~enting money horrowed other than re- i discounts .......................................... 15,000.iJ0 i i Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank .................. 10,000,001 Total .............................................. $355,126.71 i 14 State of Washington, County of Whitman, ss. i 4 t I. A. P, Murray, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I Correct,. Attest: A.P. MURRAY, Cashier, i CHAS. M. MECKLEM, A. L. MAXWELL R. C. McCROSKEY Directors. ~ ~ubseribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of May, 1921. V,' W. F. MORRISON, No|ary Public in and for the State of Washington. residing at Palou:~e. i I Do You ltnow That Pictorial Review Patterns Sell at 20 cents to 35 cents, while other makes sell as high as 40 to 50 cents? THAT IS ONLY ONE OF THE REASONS WHY MORE WOMEN EVERY DAY ARE CHOOSING PICTORIAL REVIEW IN PRF~ERENCE TO OTHER MAKES 0F PATTERNS WHICH THEYFORMERLY USED, THERE'S AS MUCH DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PIC. TORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS AND OTHERS AS THERE IS BETWEEN DRESSMAKRRS. TWO DRESSMAKERS MAY MAKE A GOWN FROM THE SAME DESIGN AND YET ONE WILL HANG BADLY, WON'T FIT PI~OPERLY. AND WILL HAVE NO SMART- NESS AT ALL. THE OTHER ONE WILL HANG GRACEFULLY, FIT PEEYECTLY, AND LOOK CHIC. Pictorial Review Patterns ARE DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER PATTERNS. BECAUSE THEY GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT, GRACEFUL LINES AND HAVE AN AIR OF DISTINCTION ABOUT THEM. THEY DO THIS BECAUSE THEY POSSgSS ADVANTAGES NOT FOUND IN ANY OTHER PATTERNS. Grocery Specials Cheese, Puritan brand, genuine Wisconsin full cream cheese, special per pound ...... 29c Macaroni. the better grade, special, 18 pounds for . ............................ $1.00 Wesson 0il for salads and cooking, special, pint size ............................... 35 Special quart size ...... " .................. .............................. 65c Kellogg's Kern Krisp, special, 5 packages for ................................... 5~- K. C. Baking" Powder. 25 ounces for ........................................... 19c ~blin Soap, toilet and bath. 5 bars ....................... ~ ................... 2~c iii iii i i INTERSTATE, TRADING CO. _ i . | Be 11 Theatre III jillI It I t~ I in Ill Ill FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 13 AND 14: ~~_~ Louise Fazenda DO ROTHY GISI'I IN "Out of LucB" IN "THE GINGHAM GIRL*' Special Matinee Sat~day. at 2 .P.M. Admission 15c and 25c. Night 7:30 P. M. Admission 20 and 30c. H u II I III I I I I I I ii SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 15 AND 16 From the Heart of the World to the Edge of the Worm Goes a Broadway 8how Girl in "" The pirit of Good" In which William Fox pre~mt~ Also THE FOX-NEWS AND A Mutt and Jeff Comedy "The Wrestlers" Madlaine Traverse The Great Ednotiontd Actress It is a drama of a woman's power for good over moB. Show at 7:30 P.M. t- ADMISSION 9,De AND 30c ~ WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 18 AND 19 "~he VlW OF VENGEANCE"_ " The first epistle of "The Diamond Queen.'' in 2 reels thri21ed bq beauti]uZ EILI!EN tEI tVICK T TER death-de~ying feats will make yo~ ~-~ shiver See-her a~ the white queen of ~avage cannibals; follow her through the jungle arid the diamond mines of Kimberly~t~ the dens of Chinatown .atld to scores of other mysterious an4 dangerous places in The Mystifyiug Serial with a Thunderiug Thrill a Minutt --the: serial ~hat sparkles w~.th the l~e of its own millions of doll~rs in diamondS-*-. the chapter play in which a beautiful American girl single-hinded, fights the DLamoud Trust ~o a finish. Un(~al~ strange and stsrtlfn~ sedal ! EDITH ROBERTS nvF FOOT HIGHNESS A Modern Romantic Drama in 5 Acts Also "SIMPLE AND SWEET" a Star Comedy Show starts prompt at 7:30 p m Admission 20 and 30c DON'T MISS THIS