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Palouse, Washington
June 17, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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June 17, 1921

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['¥AGENTACTIVITIES NEW StilPiqii BOARD Poison Schedule Week of PLANS CO-OPERATION Will Strive to Place Merchant Marirle on a Solid Footing. I ..... roll hay0 I)eell doing it for '10 Years. 'P,'li~'~ enOllgh, l'll()!-:l try to l)rt",t:nt Ill{~ sqilirre]s (he wheat, but rh(.'y Ook ahead and see flit, next 3]) of sqt~irrels eontitlg otii Oil grai,l. "Pills z]l a )r be pre- it every one will pay a ]itlh:I to their summer fallow al File i)f Ill(, Ye~ll', Poison th(, f~lhi\v heavily and get t ties(, No portion of the earth's surface Is eve/, at. rest, [;hough all but tile grea.t movements of earthquakes escaped at- tention until recent years. The minute vibrations are followed by J. J. Shaw eaRTH'S SUR,aCEiNUURESTIWF~,.~NMEMBE,SI'oo~s.I.'S.ooe.'.,,] .o=o~. The cooked food sale given In the The anmial meeting of the E"~'n Scient/ats Hive Proved That It Is Never a*. Any Time Viii,out SUPPORT EXCLUSIONiC°llard l)ulldiitg' J,ine 11 by the L:~-~.'ntley and Turnbow Teiepholie eotr~. Some Movement. Idles' El)tseopal Guiht was a decided~.~-)~ y will be held July 11, at the of- :success. there b.etng a good attend-iflcc of J. D Kineaid. Washlngton.~Determination of west. J and ~ neat stiln w:ts realized i l:i. W. POWERS, Secretary. ern members of congress to resist i' any effort of the governlnent by treaty ; i ................... -c-i with Japan to compromise or modify [ " ~ ................................ ,.,.oe., BASEBAL ~dopted by California and other state~m to cheek the alarming influx of,Orien- tals was amaounced In emphatic terma The announcement was eonve)ed In a paper prepared and presented to con, gress by Representative Charles P. Curry of California dealing with ihe rights of aliens in this country and reviewing exhaustively the controversy that has arisen between the United States and Japan over the ('alifornia anti-alien land act, which prohibits Jap- anese from land ownership. The constitutionality of the land law which has been disputed in the negotiations it has occasioned between ~ here ) Sunday, June 19 i I DEEP CREEK vs. VIOLA] i i At Palouse l i These teams are evenly nzatched and a good game is assured, i that will hole uD there lhi~ the %Vashington and "l'okio govern- ments, is staunchly defended by Repre era[alive Currw. JAMES F. CALLkHAN DIES Wealthy Mining Man Succumbl to Paralysis at Wallace, Ida. Wallace, Idaho.---James F. Callahan, the travel of rl,,e :tlh.roseisms iS inde- wealthy mining man of the COetlr pendeni c)f wind and wealher, thongh d'Alene district of Idaho, died here the sotii'c~ and ,.:l~:~.c, of lhe move- from the effects of a stroke of paraly- merits are sll t S ly,:/e 'y. als at his home Priday aight, IMr. Callahan was the prhlcil)ai siock- Hii Time Was Not Up Yet. holder in the Callahau Lead Zinc com- I A man ,:,[ mercoziavy sl,iril had a ton pany of the Coeur d'Alene dlstrict. whelp lie k~'iDl wo/J liiidei' parental formerly ihe Consolldaieli Ilitei'slate eharle, atlowtng hhn i'~w llberde~ and Callahan. This prol)erly paid more lacking lihu work h~rd. I than 13,000,0no dividends in year If; was whh a feeling of t!,:,lisidertllile [ satisfaction lhal I:ho yolxii~ llian I'OS@ [ during the late war. The career of lhe plolie~i" n, illlng On the i/lornlng uf l'iis twei3tv-dr:;f [ Lllan was plc{tlresque. Cowboy, btll' birthda3 and bee'an to ~oliec.t h ~ be-l ....... • "' " role namer prospec,tor lttl(1 a far-sign - l(inglngs I)repar~Iorv to ,~'(a" hig outl ...... Ill the worhl " {ed nnSlll#SS lall, ne Wits one oi tlit~ "['he farmeT, seeing big SOilp.~.,'tcin~l principal figures in the growth ()f his trunk, which he rlgll~ly jud:.'~ t~,tdevelopmenl or North Idaho. he evidence of the early loss of a lend / He discovered the claims on the In- farm ban(i, stopped at the door c,f ila~ terstate-Call.',haa in 1885, but did not yonng man's room and asked wha, he locate the praperty until 1887. was goirlg to do. 1 Mr. Callahan was born at Galen:, The boy very pr,Jml)tly remind~,d h{~ [ Ill., on August 12. 185g. lie is said f;tlher Of the day nf the moo l fllid the ! • • • . J your oIId dechlred Ills )ntenllOn Ofi tO have io~:ated nlore mining ulaiins ~!.rikllig )ut |nto tl c world on lie owu I ia the Coeur d'Alene distriet than any t~'l~Olllit, other mare "NOI Ifl)A','h yt)ll Woll'l .*" s~houted the ohl mn~l. "'AI [eu,~t not for a while Moose Choose Walll War/a. yell". You w~-q'f;n'l l)orn until after ]2 Aberdeen, Wash.--Wails %.Valla was o'clock, so you ,::an jest take off them chosen as the convention city of the 1922 session of the Northwest Moose ACOOL clean kitchen-no smoke or dirt~steady, intense heat concentrated right on the utensil-- these are the advantages that a good oil cookstove offers you. A good oil cookstove is conven- ient and economical--no wood or usl'les to lug. For besl results t)e sure to use Pearl Oil~the dean burning, uni- form kerosene--refined arid re- refined by a special process. Pearl Oil is soId by dealers everywhere, Order by name~ Pearl Oil. PEARL OIL ,lEAF ~X~ID LIGHT Palouse, Wash. I ....... m,- ......... I ........... I I I ......... i,i i .................... ii ............... ~. $300.00 IN PRI/[S f0R ATltL[TiCI SPORTS ............ ~ ...... I HI II I L .I. NI IIII1 I . II .= . Baseball Game Every Day $75.00 TO WINNING TEAM Big Street Parade ' ' ..... ~ ........... II _/ .... I II ............... 8Peaking Every Day. Band Concerts. Sports, Championship Ball Games. Plenty of Shade, a Good Place to Eat Your I[ Dinner and a Good Place to Park Your Car. ............ il Me-o-my, lUt - I _ -." 7_ : ~7: 7:"7 ]11 how you'll take to a pipe---and P. A,! Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start son:,~thing with a joy'us jimmy pipe--and some Prince Albert ! tJecause, a pipe packed with Prince Albert satisfies a man as he was never satis- fied before--and keeps him satisfied! And, you can prove it!-Why--P. A.'s flavor and fragrance and coolness and its freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive pat- ented process) are a 1-eve. lation to th,, :,a:: ,, : , never could get ~'.,. q'mi,~ ~:: r, Vil]l a pipe! P. A. ha~ ~aade a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was :;rooked before ! Ever roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert? Man, man--but you've got a party coming wv.,." way! Talk about a c~garet:te smoke; we tell you it'a a peach ! Dancing Afternoon and [vening li E LBER'r ....... P ;oi '":' [ e and F-,njoY Yourselves at" RIN I .... ........ . ........ i~li~ am.aatlonal ioy smoke Pr::lec -'~l~JOrt I~ ,iad h.:~ ...,~a ~l:'i C6tlyl~L$ h { ! ~}: : hy R. J..~te~i,,,;~, "I obacco Co, N.~;.