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June 17, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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)! OHAU BER HOLDS i ............. Hear Talk by Poultry Specialist--Kill EEKLY MEET ~ixteen peop|e interested ~D pput-I irv on the farnl attended the poutryl MANY VISITORS PRESENT~JOE culling demons[ratio[) held at the~ STIN~IKennedv For( Grange hall ol June S,J FRANZEN GIVRS INT~E innder "Ihe .llt~ptee~ Of the Latahl TALK ON ROAD CONDITIONS IN icul I~ b'arm Bureau and the agrtcnl-i iural extension servic~ f'ren Moore, i HIS DISTRICT. " .................. l'p0:tfliry specialist of the extension di:!~ ........ vision of the L:niversity uf Idaho, con-i , . ...... ducted the den,oDstrat on In ad(i,-~ The (*/laulDer i)I colnnl~.rc(~ oelU IS ! lion t. showitlg the people how to tell I regular weekly luncheon SaNtrday, the difference between profitable and ~ttd while no busilless of hi, Defiance was brought before the meeting it was very inte-resling and profitable, it. L. Snlith. cllairm.a.n r,f Ih,~ roads colntnittee, staled that in view of the fact that the. CoIlntV coDtlllissioners had recently turned down bids ,)n road construction that it would l)e Ilseles8 |O CODS~d(~I' Hfly lle/V roi~(I coJl- Mrllction this year ill the vicinity of unprofitable hens, Mr. Moore dis- cussed the Kozler;t] i)oultry sltuatioll at the present titlie, tie stated that while eggs are cheaper UOW than l,hey ha,re hcen for SOllie litne the net profil is just as great as wheu prices were nlueh higher. This is because feeds are cheaper. 11 was hr,)ughl out lhat even though feeds are cilea0- (!r lilatl riley were, ODe callllOt afford ,I- fee(l low producing lewis an:l Palouse. every farmer shenld g@t rid of the , boarder The advertising (~tHnlltlttei.* report -i hen ed that they' had n(~l colnDieted the.'{ Stel),~ ne.essary t() gel rid ,)f the a ; 2 .... vompilation of data coacernlng Pa-1,oarde.r heli r(. ;~; bUilt (rot the louse and vleinity, lint stated that I ;JnprorltaDle en ..... of your the I tbll*tx tt the ])restnt I iltt . y would have it eolllt)il(~d rtqtdv to, i ' I ) . ~ ..... Stf}eOlld. select yollr |)reciting pelts with ~l'e~tt sublnit to tile lleXi llieeting. ,, , [car0 s,) thal tile egg laving a%'t~ral~e The vis;itor,~ present weA'e ,I, N. ,(u-i of the flock )say l)e iDereased. lins, Joe b'ranzen aud Miss iiil s. Mr: " ' Mr. Moore pointed out that the Prenzen gave a good talk ()n his p|ans for road ini|Jrovelllent~ whil!.tl he intends to make on /he roads in his district. Miss Bills. a representative of !he gtlison-Wbite (~ha, nta,llqua, resDOnd- t;d tO a reqlleSt to talk lID tile (ihil.ll- lauqua allIi W(~l~t into S()llle detail re garding tile ta.lent thal was t,o appear and outlined the program t'()r the week. R AWAYt Driverts Leg Is Broken and Itelper[ Injured in Left Foot. [ / i)otlatch. Idaho, June I. 4..-(}rt [ l Thursduv m(,rnin~ of last week asI William Biteon. ,quoloyed lit Poll=tell Lumber e)rul)any t~,ailiD ~, l)rincet(m, was loading a wa~on with tools pre- paratory to gOitig tO Wol'li. xvb(,ri Ib*~ t ealli becalne frig h terie(l a ld ra, n away. Mr. Bacon jumped froth the wagon tin the lenin %vas abollt t() full over a pile of log~ a.nd fell. hreakinI~ his right leg. lie was brought to , Potlatch, where the rra.cture was re- duced by Dr..i. E. Thompson, and [hell to the Western Hospital ;)ssoei:,- lion hosl)ita] at Elk River John Huhbel, who was helping Mr l;acotl, also juml)ed l'r('lll~ t.h(~ ln[)vill:~ Wagon and ;i it;heel ran {)v~r his left fool, CallsinK sev(re (,)iicusN.ion of tile instep. I{e also is in the hosl)ital a+ Bovill. Grain Men Hold Meeting. The Farmers Union hehl its anDual meeting last Saturday and the old of_ fleers were reelected. The business, ,)f the Union is reported 19 be in fi.~e; ~ha,pe, The F'armers I,~IIiOil has shill- . pod 222 ear~ ,)f wheat, 15 ears ,)f oats, two e;~rs of harley and eight cars of ha)'. Ten thoosand htlslleIF Of wheat have been purehased In the last week. The off|cots are: J. N. Collins, pre~!dent; J. E. Turnbow, ~ecretary: Joe Frunzen, ~wau Oloson l~nd S. I. XVe,~t, dlrector.~. Teacher Becomes a Bride. Potlatch, h|aho. JnDe 1 4, - .Au- Dotlneeulelils have been received in Potlatch