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May 27, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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bll already sU~rted., the redo.el directorl Brads%reoft's ~tgeney publishes rig- "77' Pal R e .a;.. ),.. nlo t ,,,a,le ,,r,,. *. *h,,, pc," oen, ot tho e ouse epu l,, un(lor~taI~d that they art'- breaRlug hq~ino~ flt.i]ltre~ (~1" the past year ~m- BROWN M. ~CHI..K. PUBLISHEt~ the v,mst.itution and laws el: the state curred .i i{,ng" 1'irm~ which did not. (,t x,\iishillxtoF~ the! )hey are corn- i(dvertise t),tlsiac:~,,, lll{~n HI't, rapidly iqntert(d at. tile jOSLOthee at t~ah)o~el ' " 7VashlnR'r~on, a~ seeond-etas,g m~Lt,er. )))ItLillg n ~rtive ()fl'en~t~, aj~ailIsI the l)(;eominR cotp, ine(,d tl)al ;l(IvLq'tJsing" SUBSCRIPTIONS" , pc{It)h" of thls ~.Iat~) - a.nd that lzw en- d()(-~ )')a3, as (!an tm attested oy the I()rote)Ht-nl is nol extinglllsbed sill]lilY litany (%{~t|nllls o[" ttrtractlve adv(.rtis- One Year .................. $2.00 SIX molaths ................ $I.00 lhe{!a.[Is': ,he federnl -n.foreemen! in~ ('.arriod in the newspapers and l I'und~ liars run low ~or a few weeks, magazine,~, l( is alsu being demon- Telephone Main 67. if a ~h~riff n~d~ an add~tti0nal al-is:rated that the very best advertising h)w:tnee t~) perfornt ills duty t'lllly in Ylledillni i, the COtlUtry weekly The FRIDAY. MAY 27. 19'21 ,))is e ~oruencv )he comnli,~sioaers of local paper in more thoroughly read ]~li.q COIIDIy ~hoIlld |lt~',~;loll O provide th;tll an3 other pub|{cation, and tile MEMORIAL DAY. i~ hi.{lie l)~Irds of lawless men. en- adverl.iselnents get almosi th(~ ,~ama :,~)~ed ill a di.qr~putab|e traffic, must altol)ti(m th'~t the news columns are *~eXl .~].ontl~l% is :~]OIi)()l'Jkl] [hi} ;!li(l Ut)t tit' Derillitl.ed l.o |l'tlJtlple Oil the[~ivoli by lhe reader. Not only local over3 c.ittz(:ll ill t)atoll~.): r(.sp(in(t nol he was big enou~,h for tbe 0resi- to the appeal of the fed(,ral prohlhi- 4et!~:y, Thee.feel certaitl now. how- lion director for this ~l,'lte. issued, eve*e. (ha,t he is the riffhtman ifi the Monday from Sezl.ttle t() make ex- righl place There is no longer doubt lraordinar~ efort to stol) ,ho eXpel')- ;).~ to his ahililv, his fairness and hl~ ed Increased flow.2~i liquor aeruss the ju~gnlen! They know that he will (?a.na(liarl b,nndal'y line betweell nnw demand for America all th;tt Fight- and Ju|y 1. during which federal pro- fully belongs to her and that he will hibition otlicers ure lnid off because be fair in hi~ dealings with all other .f lack of fends, nations. President Harding is simply lnerea+sed illicit in)porta(ion~ have a hig, capable Ameriean ettizen. by I)r. E, I-1. IAndley. t'ormer presi- dent of tile University ,if Idaho, now ebltll,~ellor ot the i{ansa~ university. '.\lr. F'assetl is a -~I'eat man anti will do fully as good work as "tny college g|'ad/iltte, We would all vise our yo)lng friertd~, h,)wev(w '- x() throllgh eol- te#2"c if the)' can The, ores{lien| nf the American Newspaper aS,lily{at{on told the mem- ber,' ~t the meeting ill NeW York re- cently thai thus far there is no relief of labor costs, and.no likelihood of llltleb lower prices for print paper. The pr()duction o1' newspapers is 0osl'- lhos~: he ha~ selected to ;tsslst him illtl[lg more loday than at aP.y tlme in zuidhlg the shill of state Inereases. tthe past. notwitllstailding that |1t While Harding was n()l an untried{rest other lines or business tltere man. h~tving served in public c~paei,l! have been marked reductions in costs ties in high pla.ees For a eonslderablelf labor, raw materials and supplies number /) years the pe()ple generallyif most kinds --Exchange. had no wzty of knowln~ whether or Some genius at advertising is hid- ing his light tn a city pet shop store. Exceptional Prices THE SALE 00NTINU~S AT THE PALOUSE HAT SHOP, WITH THE LATEST CRF_~TION~ IN SU~M.KR tI~TS BEING OFFE1LED AT PRICES WHICH &RE EXCEPTIONALLY LOW. IF YOU N~D A SUMMER HAT, DO NOT F&IL TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. Palouse Hat Shop NOW IS THE TIME to guard against the fly We have a line of Screen Doors Screen Slide Screens Screen Door Hinges Springs and Catches Fly Swatters Fly Traps and Killers I J I II [ I_I We Don't allow your lawn to dry aut. have a large supply of Garden Hose. Ankcorn Hardwa iTo advertise a sale of DuDs he put a ~ign in the window reading.: "'All kind~ of whines and lickers; very ~napl)y ;lltd full of kicks." The sign amused folks almost a~ much as the antics ()r the pups and sohi twfce as many as would a commonDlace pla- card advertising pups for sale.--COl}- pets Weekly, P;do)me will come to the from this ye;tr wilh a real oh/-fashioned ~'ourth of. July celebration attd picnlc, AI- 'r~ady the plan,~ :ire Ittld and every- body :or miles around will be here,. Palouse has always been abl~ to draw big ('row(Is on ~uch occasmns and this yea)' will not he any e:~eeption L'-'.2!~ . 25J ..... ~: ....... Finally a movement has started here to stop desecration of Memorial day hv sporting events. ~nnday, F%urth or Jtfly, Christmas and all ttte holidays ha~e their uses, but Memorial day is a "holy day" In in- tent and should so be lu praetice.--- Oregonlan. If you have some used c]othin that you can.spare don't let it lie use- less in the closet or attic, bnt see that it gets ino he hands of the in charge of the Near East relief June 1. It is useless to you and can be made to serve ~onleone in need. An exchange thinks the formerly popular saying, "It's a long time tween drinks," still applies, especial ly with those who drink bootleg whiskey and sleep off the effects 111 the cemetery. The eagle will scream at varioui~ places iu the Palouse country on the Fourth of ,luly, btit nowhere will Its scream be louder or more joyous tha~ in Palouse. DIVERSIFICATION IS H;LP TO ENTERPRISE losse~s ~sk of loss From Crop Failuret. ! (all ItOI be gl'OWIl, i ~;qloIlld I)e Iitll(l+' dolIbly ~tlre tilal (-ilnlaI.l(' (.i)ti(lii|ons. .~.,,ll a. ,'..m,,,. ,t,,l'lod ,., .i,-,,,,~,,, ,.~,,. WEEDS ARE GREAT NUISANCE ,,,I)r)lig or e;{ri) fal! fr,)sls. |l~li]N[i)l'lll~. ~;ll'OIlg Wih