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June 10, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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--..: .......................... . ................ nmMnt , large et, cle friends here co-I SR0rR .RS REUNITED im USmESS FOR YOUNaSTZRS I WHAT YOUR NEISHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE ,,,,,,,,,],o, herl,ori i ,lvisits= ;ibove the mill dam on lOriday..luue 10 There will be a splendid lime. EUtleh will he serw, d at 6"10. I)r. (leorge T. Henwood, pioneer l~ah)usv deut.ist, now located at Deer Park. was 111 Palouse Snuday and Monday. aeeolnpa.nied by Mrs Hen- wood. They made the trilt hv auto- mobile. \Viirk Oil the oounly road Oil Tllril- how i~'li~! is i)rogressing nicely The " ('tPlIllTy ~g pulling ill a nov," bridge and tieing same Kradiug. The old ilckas road is oompleted and iu In very fine ~hal)e A nnnlher ,if Palotlse yt)un~ people altended the b:lr~ dance :,l l,ane's Saturday night. Among the Slmkane visitors [hi~ week W~l'e ~r, Hilt| ~]rb l.llt I, er Barnes and (' L. Ponlbertoll Miss Eileeo l~isley returu~d froth Cheney la,~t week. where she ~:oen~ half a year in the State normal H. W. Wilh'ox of Reveistoke. H ('... arrived iu this t;lty Monday Hlld J:;~ visiting his brolher, lI..1, t.Vilh>ox Mrs. I,. Miller and non. G,wdie ami Mrs. I." A. BeIli5 drove 1,, PUlIIII;tll Satnrllay 1, a|folld ?ho field meet. " ~ Anders:,>n ano wife returned Mrs. Lh)yd I/a/'per af S;,ndltoint,ilrom Elk River Sunday, where they lllado, is visiting" w~th Mr. Harper~ had I)een ,it) a fishing trip. They IKLrOUlS. Mr.':md Mrs .1. ~." }tlil'|)eJ'. ],':flight li:) t)ollnds Of ~ish. which is Th~ Pill falllily ltt)d the Wolfe elli]'!he legal lilllit They report the fish- dFen ,,re Calil|)lllK till {~r~llle creek. , ills creel Mr ;tll(I Mrs. H A. Deary of b]lk River. Idaho. wore in town the first of lhe week on their way home i*l'O~l~ Sln~kalte Mr. l)ear.~ is B, rancher |n rho Elk FLiw, r dlslrlet :lna purchased ~-me horses whild here 3[iss b'itHlett.v Wimdbtlry of Port- land arrived in Palouse last Friday ;il)d IS . g|leSt ill the home of Mr. and Mrs. .I A Miller Miss Woodbury wa~ m~gaged in the millinery business in t, alouse some :tO years ago and ha,~ Pin Feathers Aud Pin Money More alld more falrlllers" wives ar~ makin~ an intelligent study of the poultry q tleSliolI. The farmer's wife is beg, ailing to real- ize that her fleck of chickens Is more than :~ side line They are the basi~ of n'm.ny a lntnk account We are always glad to discuss ae- couats, poultry or any matter of inter- est with ~'on Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON SacRa and Binder Twine Now that the crop is in it is time to begin to figure o~ the harvest a~d think of SACKS and BINDING TWIITE. We have a ear of Twine on the road and will have two or three cars ~f Grain Bags here in time for Thresh, orS. Also Sack Twine. Timothy Hay, Rolled aatd Whole Oats. Baby Chick Food, Milk Mash. Egg Mtmh, Cracked Corn ~nd Mill Feed always on hmad. TIMOTHY HAY FROM $22 PER TON TO $26 PElt TON, Prices &re Right. See Ua Before ~uyiag. o i A. J.i Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE , POTLATCH Guild will hold a" bake sale next Sat- !ttrday, June 11. from 1 to 5 1,. m. iIndividual orders of strawberries and .~'ream and cake ~t 25 cent~ will tie !-;erred during th. same hours. Judge (l. l) Kineaid. Cecil 1.1aily. W..I. Breed aml A Anderson..Ir.. re- turned Sunday evening from ELk River. where they had been on u fish- ing trip. They reporl an excellent. time and fish biting readily. They brought honle zt good supply of fish. l,h)yd Miller led tile fir,:~l of thr~ week for his lnining claim near Col- villc. Mr. Miller has reason to believe It!at his claim is valuable. Dr. i-Iarve- sots, Dell Du(tley and ,Jain,s Throoll aecoml)anied him They expect to lo- cate minin~ claim< ill the vicinity of The mc.mbers of the Holy Triuit~ [After Separation of 37 Years Local! ......... Phyaicima Meets Brother. i Bankers Loan biillions to Boys"~nnd! It wa,~ a great surprise it, Dr. an,l Girls of America. Mrs. E. T. Hein when they were re- Whet) ;t l)ers,m has h'tckingenough" - i cently informed by wire of an el-lie secure a loan of a million dollarsi lmeied visit frOIll a yoLlnger brolher, he is e,,nsidored !tFIIOI g ihe his bL,,qi- Ihe t(ev ('. ('. Hein. of Columbus. O.. " [leN~q lllOll el tile country. If this l)e whom they had not seen for 37 years " ' " 4 true tholl thc bnvs and girls club } The Rev Mr. Hein, who has been pus-i tor of a Lutheran congregation in tile member~ of the country have entered: capital of the Buckeye state for the into big business with a capital B. past. 20 )-ears, is the /irst vice presi-1 for during the past year il~ese jun-. dent of the Evangelistical l,utheran]ior~ borrowed nearly one million dol- joint synod of Ohio and other .,r.ates.] and came to the west as the official representative of his synodical body1 to attend the meeting of the Wash-] ington-Orcgon district of the synod] which convenes at Sl)okanv ,luring, ttl(~ Dresenl w'eek. t"olville, i "['}1t' synod consisihig rlf about ]~0tl0 i)a~tors and i.60,(H)tl coniniuni- 1 PALOUSE MAN DIES SUDDENLY.]cant nmmbers, together with their ............ ]various educational and charitable | Son Discovered Father Dead in Kitch-] ill. citutions, such as il..; theological en~Was 72 Years of Age. senllnar,es at (]olunlbus. 0., and St. Abraham DeWeese was found dead ix~ his komc in Ibis city Saturdqy evening by his son. L. J. DeWeese The elder i.,cWees(: lived alone ill the n.orth parl o1 Lown aud it was his CUS- toll, to COlile do~.'Tl lows (}very day to gel his lnai]. On Saturday, Clmlrar5 t,~ this cu.~lOnl, he did not make his ILDI)t, aFall('e till flip streets &rid his soil. feeling a little lll,~asy aboul his fillher's w,qfare, went t,) his homo ill see if he was sick and ill&do lhe dis- eov~j'y ,hal he had I)asseo away [ndicalions show ,hal Mr. l)eflA~eese Paul Minn. its colleges ano aeade- loies, its orphanages, homes for lhe aged and hospitals, all in ;t ntost f]ourishinz condition, is a live wire ill A.lnericl, n ],-utherisln The Rev. Mr. Hein. who has Irav- eled t~xtensively In t:h~ Uniled Stateq. is charmed with the beauty and ~er- tiliiy ,if |he valleys of the Palouse C