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June 17, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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WHAT YOUR HEISHDORS Dr. Itarvison was a Moscow visit.r Wednesday. IAoyd Kainiii is heine [rOlU Ptillin~i~l r~n sick lea.re. t!harle~ Mecklem ;lnd family dr~,~'e t(i Sl~okane ~nnda.)' Mr. Biizer of the {!ity Market qpeilt Sunday in Spokane. Jack ]rwill lists .lust rel:tlverod froLq ,~, siege of the mmaps. Mrs. I,. C,. Witbeck i~ spending a fewdays in Mos('ow. Oleu Andrew dlt)ve over t,) Endi. colt Tuesday (*f tli;~S week. lii~ llalilGlhar'es Meeklem, Mrs. S. F.scott.I AN0 FRIENDS ..< I ,rs..1. AMiller, Mrs. Luther Barnes, I ....... ' -IMrs. ! I. Bloom and Mis~ Vloronc,I Mrs S. (7 Scott is al;te.nding grand!Burton. ! (:hapter of the Ea,~tern Star at Sgo- kane this week. Mrs. IAIlias Davis and DOll, 'Irist, of ('.heney. spcnl the week end with ~!rs (~ ~'. Broxvn. II. t! lhdt. electric man from Top- penish, visited over Snnday with his hroiher. E. E. Holt: i :Mis~ liaphne Couchman has ac- t:el)led u. posiiion iri the lnterslate ITt'a.ding company stere. Mrs. Tlioilias has returae(I froml / ,l'orthtn(t, where site has been ~ttend- ~in~ lhe Rose Carnival, Mrs. L. %%'. I)eVVcese,weili to ill, ,Mrs..t.A. Bloom went to Spokane [tikes SLtnd~y to spend her vaealion. \V(idl esday to attend tile Kl'li/ld cila.l,- Mi~ Doris Crawford tK KenliewieR ii:r ,ff lhe }~]astern Star i~ silending tile ~uinmer al the BilE-it iti home. i Mr. and ~h's. (ll~(}rg'{4 Ullery drove liti fr(llll Pullmi~lt lit aIttenl,t the I'nn- H S. Sinclair of Alnlioy. Vt:ash., iblOliiI servil!P,s of tiV. R. Belvail. llloving into his liroperly on tl~uie'; )]rs. (ial.worth (.if Spokane is visit- slreet, ills at the home of her parents,, Mr baster l)ail~y wenl to Spokane and Mrs.Charles M. 3clef;klein. Mrs. Luther Barnes left f0r Silo- kant this week to attend u ineetin~ of the grand chapter of tile Eastern ~t ar,, ' , Rev. M. W. Martin of the Method- ist Episcopal church arrived home ~Thurmiay and will fill his pulpit on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. ,I. Anderson :tr;~, Sl)endiug tiieir vacation touriug the llorthern ctJuntle~ of the slate all{t camping ,/)tit. Miss Edna Goddard, who has com- pleted her sophomore year in the Unl-' STATE RULES FOR CAMPERS, New Law Strict Against Carelessness in the Woods. Canipers in all parts (if the state and picnic parties e.verywllere who go into the woods for an outing had best study the new rules issued by the supervisor of forestry governin:~ camp fires. A new law which took affect June 5 is very strict against carelessness in the wood~ and this new low will be enforced very rigidly. Important features in a new camp lire circular are; The provisions of section 3, chapter 102 . laws of 1921, which is effeetive June 9 prohibits kindling fire in the versity ot Idaho,_ has returned home forests or dangerously near any for- for the summer, lest material except at carol)ins & ball gaale between Viola aIitiigrotluds which bare heen prepared i l)eep Creek teams will be. li]ayed here::antl designated for reeret~tion purpo- next Stlnday. Bol;h teams are stron~Ises 'Dangerously near "will be con- and a b~ttie royal is expected. ~strued as a place where tire }night Miss Elsie Smith went to Pulhuanlspread on the ground or be blown by Wedne.r4dav to attend commencement I th