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May 20, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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; Paranmunt picture which come~ the Bell theatre Friday and Satur-- May 20 and 21. is "Love:Insur- and it seems to us that a lot l~lale would be willing to take St~eh a policy. VELVET BEAN: FAVORED :Ultlriy Useful With Corn aa It Not Make Harveeting a trier won]d he a field in which 1 inigh! be able to work for severalI years with a prospect of i)uild|ng Ul) a school system that would be a cred-', it to the (~ommunity, The attitude ofi the citizens as shown i~y the w)te re- cently taken indleates that they arci not in sympathy with a program such I as I have advocated and in whici~ I heartily believe," Difficult Probtem. Potlatch Men Become Elks. - ] I'otlalch. May lf--The following I fl,ml 40) o( ~ejators of th~ ) ': : r " , ~[rrom totlatch are in Moscow today 8rates Depa]rment of ~tgrieul No Wh ' ~ " " " " lie betaken Hlto Moseow Lodge =' o te,~?ed bush velve bean |o > ( > f '- '- " 24~ B. 1. O. E :Carl Else;t, S.B. Or he' first time are h gl)~ .~ " - ' l i)ougluas:~ (:arence F V~'olheter, (, ,tmaiorv Three- fourths ol .... ~ . , te I M Andrew I eo Nowack ~[~ek \~, "-DO]'thlg cgnsider the bean a "" " "" ...... ' " ~ueeess, and over half of thmn Matson, Alvin P~ Egan, James t,;. [1. TO I e sopel'iOl' 10 ~llky tffhe!' evm,ythlng taken 1111:o con- ration. Two uses of rhe bea, With particularly eulhuslastic First, is it, use in corn, Its nonrwining imbit Is very aa ii does not pull the 'orn ~nd make harvesting difficult iwinlng varieties. Second found ideal as a cover and greeL crop in ,'ltrus orchards, being. ~Uperior ~r this purpose to an)' legume yet "found. Its use eonslderably reduc~ the fer- blll for citrus orchards. OROP AFTER POTATOES Can Be Planted Between Rowe TWo Weeke Before Tubere Ate Harv4mtsd. ~o~t sections tlie early potatoes by a late crop of sweet between the rows of po- about two weeks before the are dug, l,ate eabbage plants be set between the rows of po- then the 8oll Worked about the plants when the potatoes are ~PurulPs can be grown broadqast laud after early potatoes. Late planted about June I to 20 north and late In July in the ocetlpy the ground until fros~ l~rodu(;e the main supply for win- VIRTUE: OF SANDY SOILS ot Plants Pi~Throuoh It Read. lut It Driee Out QuickJy-- Clay Holde Water. .The C/~lef virtue of sandy soil Is lhlkt plants esn pass through It Its chlef fauh Is that it dri4s qulekly. Clay soil IIolds water it tends tb pack and harde~: 't-1~e~ of 8oll need stable manure ~i~ Clay aod helps sand to Gardner. Morris Metealf; 3ohn Sumt.i ~:trom, S. M. Starner, Edward VtGe.l, Ben Vc, gel, H. H. Sinnett, Arthur ~.i Suadberg, .I. It, Bottjer, G. t.. M(v3(ly,! Lloyd Metcalf, (2. H. Burrows. !~r..1. \V. Tilollll)Son, Dr. D. A: MeEaeheron, i H. L, Wilier, George V. Fred:'ick- ~i son, W. B. Wakeman, Frank .I. Mi:c~-I o11. Harry L, M. Gleave, Leslie i~),~ gert, Andrew A, Carlson. Fran',~! Giesler, George E. Ash, ,less F. V.lsea. i Ralph ilorton was to have been{ ill the class, but "~Vednesday was i i-~}~.~n to Spokane for all :)[)~.*711[l().q ] for appendicitis., Before town the candidates were l)al:ade',t, with the goat, for the benefit ,)f lbe local people, The local Elks q~osti (4 whom are members of Moscow l edge. have fitted Ul) club rooms here ~n(i ioeeI every two weeks. Defective Title Proves Boon. ,ludge E. C. Mills of \Valht \Valla who presided in the Whitman county superior court last Friday, handed down a memorandum which provides that J. "W. Martin and Martin Hen- driekson, who purchased farm lands at the partition sale ()f the Roi)ert Dennis estate last year, shall,mot be compelled to accept title and pay the balance of the purchase price. A similar decision was rendcred in a i separate action involving the land ipurcbased by J. M. Hall. It (level- oped following the salc that the title to the land was defective and before the defects were corrected the price :of lands slumped and lhe parties who had bid it off al the sa|e refused to accept title, The suit in which Judge Mills presided was brought by somc of the heirs to compel the bidders to complete the purchase and accept, ti- tle. The estate included rich farm lands in the vicinity of Oakesdale-- Gazette. Bell Theatre SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 22-23 Big Fox Speoial "lhe Face at Your Window" A Idaster Drama by a Master Playright. @ A apectacular drama of modern life, by Max .Y[arcin, author Of "Chear:ng Cheaters," "Eye~ of Youth," "The Itouse of Gla~s" and other notable successes "There's a face at year window--a face of unrest. Shall we con- vert it into a friendly countenance and work in harmony with it, or shall we all go under. ~n bitterness and hatred ?" Shall American women become the property of the state What happens when evil passions were let loose upon an Amr- lean city. Also a Fox Sunshine Comedy "His Fire}, Beat" SHOW AT ~ :50 P. M.--ADMISSION 25e-35c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 20-21 Bryant Washburn "Love Insurance" He ~s employed by a company that had bet that the girl would marry a ~r- rain man. He wa~ to see that the company won itL bet. But he fell in love with the girl himself! Then the fun stated. To lose his job or to lose the girl1 Whioh would it be? It's great! Also a Mack fkranett Comedy Matinee Rvery Saturday at 2 P. M.--Admi.ion 15c-SSe Night Show" at 7:30---Admi.ion 20c-30c i iiI WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 25-28 "'Tho Plunge of Doom" Second of "THE DIAMOND QUEEN" The Se)~al with a Thrill a Miamte, Sky, Sea and Land, Starring EILE.EN 5 DGWICN You've never seen ~uch things before--get ready for the thrills of yo~r )ife--a girl leaping from a flaming aeroplane--her fight with a shark in mid-ocean~her fall from a ten-story building~ eapttueA by head-hunters in Africa~her great battle with the rapacious 1:,iamond Trust---don't miss a single episode of this stu. pendous Chapter Play--the serial with a thrill a minute. WEDNESDA~ AND THURSDAY EVENINGS JAMES CORBET In the Universal Special Attraction " THE PRINCE OF AVENUE A" Al~o a Star Comedy~"MIZK AND YEGGS" Show at 7:30 P. M.~Admission ~0c-30c NI