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June 3, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE' ,t ,=, Miss Lu]a Tribhle, :Miss Lucy Liv- .................. =:--==-- ='---- :-----==- iP.g~tolt, Ellis Livingston, Donald HARVAED. [Thrasher and wife, Mrs. James Bing- Miss Alice Rouse of Troy templet- ham. Mrs. James Warrman. Mrs. Bales ed u successful term of school in the'elba Bales, E. C. Omstead. Frank (hamimrs Flu1 district Priday. Mis,~ Mead and Mrs. Charles Lemman a,t- l~ouso h's proved herself to be '~ ca- tended the funeral ofArtlzur Warfiehl ' " ..... ( ~ I. l pallid and efficient teacher and leaves m Pu hnan Thursday. her school with the highest of recom-IButt Adair was a business visitor in mendations, town Tuesday afternoon. Miss Beatrice Kinnqrd returued the first of the week from Moscow. where' TUR/~BOW. she has been attending high school B.W. Powers was a business vi~- during tl~e past school year. ~itor it, Spokane the first of the week. Mis,-, Virginia Barry of [.Jos An-t Mr and'Mrs. H. S. McCiure are ~eles. Cal visited friends in this vi- visiting in Clarkston this week. 'KLEMGARO GIVES TAX INFORMATION o Tells Taxpayer Where His Money Goes--Average Tax in County 42.21 M.ills. The tax levy in an average district In Whiaman county is 42.1 mills. This means that on an assessed value- then of .~100 the tax is $4.21. This , ~;4.21 goes into funds as follows. COllllty l~udJ, I dependents. C, ounty current expense ....... $ .33[ The above is the tax in an average County school ................ 17]district, It varies in the different General road and bridge ....... 26/school districts, the lowest in the couny being 30 mills and the highest hnl)roved roads Nos. 1 and 2 ...... 12 being 72 mills, The difference is al- Toial county tax .......... $..69 ways in the district itself. Average school district tax .... $1.10 Road district tax ............. 57 Total state, county, school and road .................... 4.21 Out of every $4.21 the cost for ed- ucation is as follows: State school taz ............. $ .53 E County school tax ............. 17 State Funds, District school tax ........... 1.10 The state and county tax for the year is always the same in all of~the districts. FOR SALE~One 7-foot gang diuc in good working order for sale. J.C. Gwinn, Route 2 Phone 7F41. 10-St I tinily a gew days last week ] Blase Turnbow is in Spokane this State general ................ $ 50 State university .............. 08 L. E Brooks o[ Moscow. deputyt weeic. ]State school .................. 53 Satte college ................. 05 state game wee'den, was in this vicin-1 Mrs. Anna Wiley is a guesl at the]State military ............... ,03 Bellingham normal ............ 01 ity last wee! stocking the upper Pa-I Ed VViley home. , IState public highway ......... 11 Cheney normal .............. .01 louse rivcr and its tribuLartes with; Miss Bess McBroom is spending the iState permanent highway ...... 16 Elelnsburg Normal ............ 01 small trout from the fish hatchery at]week with her sister. Mrs. Neal Me-I State university. ............. 08 Sandpoint ]Clure. .State college ................. 05 Out of every $3.21 paid, the ex- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Conner and son,I Miss Gladys Nave of Potlatch is Bellingham normal ............ 01 pense of the county agent is one-half 1)onald. and Vladimar Kinnard camelspending the summer at the Clarence Cheney normal .............. 01 cent. up from Portland the first of the week i Daniel home. Ellensburg normal ........... 01 Out of every $4.21 paid, the coun- in motorcycles. Mr Conner and faro-. There will be no services at the Capitol bldg. cons,,'hction ...... 05 ty current expense funtt gets 33 ily will spend the summer on their J. [. PAPINEAU AUCIIONEER My past sales are my best ref- erence Farm and Pedigreed Sff)ck Sales a specialty. Prices right and satisfaction guaran- teed. Call Phone . Farmet~ 911xl or Main 45. R. F. D. 5, Moscow, Idaho. Also breeder D by ~ _ means o[ a hose. 'Jhe water ik;~harged at any desired angle or ~:'~un .through the small holes on .w~2 oy the sprinkler srsrem only ~,Lhe latter part of the day or ]LT~"(~venlnt) so that It i~.ill have MFat,v o .... ~]k~,. ~ time to soak into the ~oil IIFld ~._~"f'~ght ~ abundame of water ~2o~uta)t~fll$: ;i~ time, and '~Jly ,,^ Pl ' u t" the plaats "~' Xpe~sive but Effective. ~igation or Underground water- )r~tef.iced in many localities, es- Where the subsoil is rather lad does not allow the water to cay reely. Liues of ordinary lit drain tile, such as are use(] for 'draining land, are era- The tUes' are laid in lines 4 i t apart, at a depth of 15 to 18 ~u~ they ,will not be disSurbed rag. In laving the tile the liaes he level t~nd the Joints placed )gether. The water will flow ' ,~he ~ tiles : and escape, a~, the ,~t;0 ,t&e..soii, .This is p.e~l~aps " .~eJ;hod of' applying water to erops wherever the Conditions for its use, as thai water to the roots of th~ plants ~urface, remains dry, making uP: eantinuous eul- to the system to Install, in place it wilt .serve brother. Arthur Warfield, who was ~) Wr~H PEIZES ATTACKED TO ALL ENTRIES MADAME MAJER Hyde B}d~.. Spokane, Wash. )' Series of Base Ball Games for the Championship of the Inland Empire. Accordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitching, Braid,n., Buttons. ~ Teams have been selected that will give an exhibition of Base B~ttonholes. Hat, and Feather [~ Work. [; Ball seldom seen in this part of the country. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION :i: -- :t: J I II I II "4)" ~KILL THE SQU#RREL$ "~T and .:. HORSE RACING AND OTHER STIRRING EVENTS ON THE ~w ,-. ~,- .:. , GARFIELD ROUND-UP TRACK The' forint/Is we use [n our DOwer- _e~ rut: :" ,,.'t" "*"== '*="'-' G a d Bail Each E venin. S. Department of Agrienlture. At ~i: the low priee we quote it is more e~4) economical to use Mephtsto than ~i: to buy :he strychnine and pre- .;. r n pare yOU' own poison. , e~e ,. . ~$, A HIGH CLASS BAND AND 0RC1TESTRA WILL RNLIVEN THE VISITORS DURING THE TKREE-DAY ffELEBRATI01~. A ~E ;I; DANCE PAVILION WILl', BZ I~ROVI])T-J), ItAVINO A ~ IRST CLASS FLOOR THAT WILL BE ENJOYED BY ALL DANCERS )~"i~~.,[~[, Sold only in .?e ' 0N~ OF TK~ LAEGEST CARNIVALS IN THE NORTHWRST WILL ALSO BE AN ATTRACTION DURING TKE PICNIC Itl~Y~lb~ !packsges as f~l- 4);* ,0.:":": 'at Cele As the years go by this Gr~ ~ration becomes of increasing interest to the Inland 't~,*~ l~aoh iJ:~: Empire at large and is enjoyed by thousands. Ideal Park. Track, Camp- {~:l;b carton. S ~0 II t" I [ff~ ~l~t: ~0~cartnoar~on '~ ~ '~ II*:.)l"-" ing Grounds. Safe g.rounds for Automobiles. ~.~34. can,, '75" c()M[; t.e rAm,,tv W P'uli dir6ctions for usi,)v' o every package. Get it rom your dealer or, if he can't supply yell write us. AND VISIT WITH YOUR FRIENDS HERE SPOKANE; DRUG CO Whole, ale Druggists Spokane Washington I1| /