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= - -- ._.=- 2:_ ,,_ _?, - _2, . I . I , I Ill -- ~'- WHAT YOUR NEIBHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING " ..... . "_ . '. ~ J _ '_ 2 . _ '_ 2' " '.'. :-'_.~" lnia Monday. They made the trip bylevery month at 12:15 p. m., and oni WHEAT HAS ADVANCED from automobile. They are visiting their~the fifth Sunday at 9 a.m. EveryoneI 85 cents to $1.13 per bushel, butI !daughter, Mrs. Gerry Dudley. ~ welcome. ' I we have not raised the price of homeI " ~ CART, PHiLIPP, Pastor grown wheat flour. $1.50 per sack,1 -:: = ,, J Mrs. Henry Karfstedi was a Spo- lares ~ stock ranch in that. vicinity. Deibert Lazelle, son of W. C. La-i zelle, returned home from Moscow on k~ne visiter Monday, ~ Wa:~h Wolhater and. wife left Lyman Belvail returned ~,~ Pri(.-t;Tn~stay for St John where they wi]! chard, Idaho Saturday. I visi~ with the family of I)r.Puercell. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Hollis~ Mrs..I.W. St,wenson and Master (qark on .hHle 20. a boy. i Ja(:l~ ~tevenson of Moscow. were Lyle Webster and ~er,~al Ken~ ?.'nests at the B. M. Schick home Toes- day. V~rednesday, whore he underweni an operation at the Gritman hospital. : Miss Ele~m:)r Dally o1' T)t,~:~i(.t ;*~ received word lr:,n the county m,per- intendent's ,,ffi,:e ,h~'~ sb,~ h~t(! :,u~e,l the eighth gr~:,-e examination::. drove to Spokane Snuday William Sexton (-ff Harvard was a Palouse boniness visitor Tne~dav. A. L. Morsel]. HII -tt|orney froLu Moscow. was in Palouse Monday. Herbert Dieble of the I)ltdley store is spending his vacation on the roast. Elsie MeAner of Colfax is spendin:,: a few days with Mrs. Henry Karf- stedt. Harry l.,uesi ng is 'spending the week ~tt t|l#-' Davis raoeh, wh~re he i~ haying. Fleets McCa,uley left, Wednesday for Moscow wbere she will visit for },'rank Couey was taken Lo the St.~ /Mr. aud Mrs. James Byerly have l~-nati~]s hospital at Co)fax this week, ib'eeD spending their vacation at Day- Where he will ~ake medical treat-]~:':er:)::~?Y;::di:; acoT~pl:ye:t:~ethe meal. , - " " ' , P Y . . Ira J. 11 Weeks of Carter Men(a- electrician at Gar- " " .- i Stanley Breed, ' Palouse Monuay on~. . ~ .... ~' [field, stopped in , Ins was a visitor ai the Andrew', a fishing trip into( ' " .' ' ' ~his return from , . ]n(nn~ last Saturday 'tad at the home ~of P F Burgess the following day | Maim. { . ........ / Brown M :~e,,ick "Old [:l:L!l~ ~lc\'e! ' Wade M.cClam and t~. ~1. L~eweese " " " . rat((riled Monday from Ferry cotlntry over to Steptoe Saturday to visit wits where they have been the pant twoltheir relatrtr~. *l~e .! N }.~.ithard% I family. They returned home Sunday. weeks. t Calrenee Larson and wife of Troy Mr "rod Mrs. Mark A Robinson oI . ' -" .... , .. I ldano visited over Sunday with Mrs G.rangeville, Idaho visiteu over tne , ' " " " - . . ., (harson's sister Mrs H R Hechtner week end with the family or Dr:[.. . " " ' ' ....... a few days. !Smith. [Mr. tmrs~m is eashfer in the bank at: Miss Vivian i)arft left Thursday Mr. Joslin, Dr. Harrison, Lloyd(Trey" for Ellensburg. where she will attend Miller and D. M. Dudley with their[ Marvin Yr. Scott went to Camp snmmer school, wives, attended the shoot at colfax Lewis last week with the Universitb~ $6.00 per barrel.----Palouse Milling] l Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. (Ton]pany. Communion at. 8 a. m. Sunday ; ,, , I x~ ANTED--to bu~ feeder p|gs, school at 10 a. m. Morning prayer atI weight about 50 pounds. Must be ~V 11 a. m. E enlng prayer at 8 p m. I ires from cholera. Give pride and furl ...... I particulars first letter Box 65, Elk Rival Teams Play Ball. I River, Idaho. 12-9t A ball game was played in Paiouve] ............................ la.~t Sunday between Deep Creek and ,, ~ ,, ~ , J. F. PAPINEAU AUCTIONE[R My pc~t sales are my best ret- ~3Hrltl ;~lld Pedigreed ................... S!oek Sale~ a specialty. Prices right and satisfaction guaran- teed (':til Phone Farmers 911xl or Main 45. R.F.D. 5, ,Moscow. Idaim. Also breeder of .~horthorn Cat;tie and C~ W. Hogs. Dates can be made at G. D. Kincaid's office. 24-52 II I Viola teams. The score was close un- til the eighth inning, when the Viola team got Deep Creak's goat and oiled up the score from then on. At the close of the game the score stood 13 to 7 in favor of Viola. Machinists Open New Shop. i)orman & Allen have opened a blacksmith shop in ~he old Zesiger building and,expect to operate a gen- er,M repair shop. The scope of their work includes, acetylene welding, blacksmithtng, Spring welding, wood work, wagon work and any repairing on threshing machine outfits. .Mrs L. R. Dolby IRate or Ohio, Clty of To]~o. Pool Frank J. he~ey m&ks$ ast~[ is senior partner of the flr~ ~l t.he Cheney & Co., doia~ bu~neu l~_| and that said firm will ~ ~eJllg 1 ONE HUNDRED DOLLu~RS ~h .... and every ca~e of Catarrh that ~ cured by tha u~-e O-f I~AIJL~S C$.~ M~ MEDICINE. FRANK J C~J[ "" er Sworn to before me and su_l~J' y el my prtetnce0 this ~th ~ay o=f~l~Mr.. A. D. 1886. A.W. OI.~ '~' (Seal) ..... No.t~,.~se w~ Hall's Catarrh Mediclnl 1~ ~ ternally and acts through tins ~tllld.. the MUcous Sa~o~#. W~ll2tk,, for testimonials, free I ""~ F. J. CHENNY & CO.,.To Ir~In Sold by all druggists. 75c. ' .... H&ll's Family Pills for eotistJl$ ~ O(t(l Mrs. Clyde Fisher of Poll:,t(!h came over ~rednesday t., visit her mother Mrs. J. W. Harper. Miss Ruby Hohnes, a student sl Pullman was a week end ~nes~ ;~f her mother lasi week W. F'. Mortises, accompvnied b3 fL M, Schick, ,Irow~ ~o Garfield D,'ed- nesday on business, Shriver Wolfe and the Pitt falnil/ returned from their can]pint' trip on Crane Creek Tuesda). Mr. and Mrs..). B. Dudley were in Sunday. of idaho cadets for six weeks train- ins In the reserve officers' ~raining'i Thornton Gleisser returned home l':~tst Saturday after spending a veer :corps. H. S. McClure, ex-sheriff of WAlt- at ~,Villamette University at Salem, Oregon. taan county, was in Palouse Wednes- day. He was returning fronl 'Paste, .~ern Gleiser is home from Salem ........ . ~ _ .~.__~.__._, -- ~ V~l~el'!~ ne all(| nero s~llnnloned fl.,% ~'l, I', . ,a, ~ . . Goddard, wife ~nd' d&tl~ht if," ~tie'ft Monday iu their u tip for th(, E. R. Northrup and chlldr~D {eea~;t. q hey we~lt by way o~ Engene, and ' " ,Mr. and Mrs. Dean have gone to ~,,.., "~'~l()rego]~ where they will visit for ;~ MizI~ah mine, The)' expect to re'flow days. IIIHiB ~Ll] sll~n]er, Ah,'a, Arthur add Toni Stouf, were l,ewiston the first of the week. They Mrs, Be(tie Siena of Stahl. Mis-, tu Palouse Friday shaking hands with left for Spokane Tuesday. ucuri arrived Monday. She is visiting' old friends. Alva pew lives at Cran-~ Mike Arndt and grandson lcfr last ther da.ughter, Mrs. W. R. Davis in brook, B. C., and is visiting relativ~ week for Cassadaga, New York whore Ithe-Kamiac oeigbborhood. ' near Farmington. Nethodist Ladies Entertain Mrs. Ellis On Wednesday af.ternoon the home of .Mrs. J. A. Bloom was made merry by the presence of 40 guests, who had assembled in honor of Mrs. H. A. Ellis, who is soon to leave for her heine in Colfax. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Dainty refresh- ments were served, after whic]~ Mrs. Grady, acting as spokesman for the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episco- pal church, presented to Mrs. Ellis cat glass mayonaisse service. Dakota Nan Visits Brother. Harry Ames. brm:her of C. H.! the) will make their h,)me. : Alex Warner and Frank l)ailv Miss Merle Ellis came, h.me from'drove t,~ ~a.nd Point Sunday and re- Palhnan to spend ,qundsy with her turned Monday. Mr. Warner par- parents, :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ellis. ,:hased a set ,ff sinners tools. Mrs Thomas Suddeth was taken t~) Mr. ~airchtld has up( been feeling Mrs. A. H. Geddis is spending :iA'nes' Sr.. drove in Saturday night. few days in Spokane with her d'uigh.:t ile dr(,,'(, througi, from Plaza. North ~er~ Miss Hazel Geddi,~ who has re-~ Dakota, coming over the Yellowstone i cently undergone a slight ~)i)eration~trMi. tie says the roads were good at the Sacred Heart hospital, t and the outlook for crops in North Spokane Sunday where she will take. well of }ate and last Sunday W, T ~reatment at a private sanitarium. Peek drm, e over to Moscow with him Edgar Adair from near Princeton to consult a physician there. was in town ~riday. Mr. Adair (]per-' S, M. McLeod arrived from Califor- i Mr. and Mrs. Alva 9o~ge, Mr. -]nd Taxes We Can Reduce Over 150 years ago Benjamin Franklin said: "Friends, the taxes are indeedvery heavy and if those laid by the government were the only ones we had to pay, we might more easily discharge them; but we have many others, and much more grievous to some of us. We are taxed twice as much by our idleness, three times as mucb by out' pride and foul" times by our folly; and from these taxes the commissioners cannot ease or deliver us. by allowing an abatement." Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Mrs. A, Anderson Jr, aud t'amily atl(l G. D. Kincaid drove up to the head of the river Sunday where the)" se- cured a splendid catch of from Mrs. Elmer Stafflebach, accompan- ied by her sister, Miss Helen Daseh, returnei to her home at Sunset early in the week. Mr. Stafflebach Is teaCh- ing in the summer school at ~heney. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian church will serve home-made ham- burger sandwiches, hot coffee and ice cream at. the Luessing building, Bridge and Main streets, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 4, 5 and 6. A. W Dougals and J. H. Bottler of Potlatch were in Palouse Wednesday. These gentlemen had been attending .... j l, . _ _ ii 11 i iii i [ i 11 i ] ii II i Sachs and Binder Twine J Now that the crop is in it is date to begin to flffare or~ the harvest and think of SACKS and BI~DING TWM. We have a oar of Twine on the road azd will have two or thee of Grain Bags here m time for Threshing. Also Sack Twine. Timothy Hay, Rolled and Whole Oats. :Baby Ohivk Food, Milk Mash. Egg Mash, Cracked Corn and ]Kill Feed always on hand. TIMOTHY HAY FROM $22 PRR TON TO $26 PER TON, Priee~ hre Right, See Us Be/ore Buyiag, A. J.[ Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour, P~LOU2E POTLATCH I IIII I 11 ii II ~|1 III I iii I II the Latah-Whitman county Short. Horn Breeders association excursion which visited the most prominent stock farms in the two counties. Mr. and Mrs. George N. Lamphere of Moscow left Thursday for Los An-I geles, California, to attend the n~-, I tional Grand Lodge of the Elks. Mr. Lamphere will represent the Moscow lodge as past exalted ruler. They are making the trip overland in the new Cadillac car. purchased last week by Mr. Lamphere. The trip will occupy about, six weeks and many points of interest iu California will be visited ~v~vvvvvvev AMONG TIlE CII~RffII~ ~hri~fian C'aurah. Sunday school at 10 a, m. Preach- ling services at 11, sermon by Rev. George Ktncaid, who will occupy the pulpit each Suuday morutng until the arrlval of the new pastor. Chrlstlsn Endeavor at 7 o'clock. Baptist Church. There is room for every age in our Sunday school and splendid teachers in avery department. It is well worth the while to make the effort. Noth- ing worth while can be obtained wtth- out effert. Do not think that yonr soul ean grow w~thont leadtng it. The ;preaching service follow~ at 11 a. m; i'/nae sub~aet of the ~ermon wtll be a dtseusslon as to "W~rhether Men Are Under Co~demuatiou." At ~lg~t the subject will be "The l~r~end of God." Do yo,t know who |S that friend ~nfl why? Come and hear what God says about the conditions of friendship to and fi'om ~-Itm Tt will appeal t~ %eta Dakota and Montana is exeell,ent. Mr. Ames left Monday uturning for G ~ " " ' ardner Grove, Cahforma, where he expects to make his home. tit t t E. M. IRWIN StJCCES~O~ TO A.derson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass, Pie- ture Framing. Telephone 65 MADAME MAJER Hyde Bldg. Spokane. Wash. Ao~rdiamKnife.Side.8ox Pleating Homestitching, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes. Hat, and Feather Work. MAiL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION GLASSIFiED AOVERTiSIH6 i , , FOR SAI~--Alfalfa~'hay"'at' $10 per ton in the shock, at R, T. Robinson Farm. Inquire of V. T. Morris. 'vei- ephone 20-F2 5. " 14-!-p ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE--S12 per ton t~ the field. L, N. Chase, 2t-p. Phone 2~F2. P-AS-;r-tTR E -Tb- LE'r'---Pie?a t y oi wkter and feed. ~'. F. Lynch, Potlatch, Idaho. 18-4-p FOR SALE~Sixteen inch wood; $6 a cor~l, on place one: mile south of :East Cove ~hool house~ William Wil- :sou, Viola, Idaho. Phone 7F3. l~-3-p I DRESSMAKING WANTED~At borne or by day.--Mrs. M. ft. Thompson, Church street. by Mrs. Gem M. Ca,vey, corner J and Maxwell streets. 36 FOR SALE~One 5ohu Deere Pony ym~r reaso~ and your heart. ] elevator, with extension; also I B.Y.P. TT. at "7 p. m. The subJect lFairbanks-Morse engine if wanted; i wtll he the "Crucifixion of ffasus'" and ] elevator in good condition, See M. R. t the leader wfl! be Oenevteve Rtslev. ]Dubach n regarR to same. Colfax Prayer meettng ou Thursday ai. glroad on old S. A. Boone ranch. 14-2 ~on ~sme ~aY. manufactured out of Marquis, Club ]Ifethodist Bpi~coval Chur0h. Sunday school at 10. Morning wor- ship at 11. Theme: "Whe Fatherhood of God." Epworth Leagne at 7:$0. Evening worship at $, Theme: "America's l~oundatlons.' Board meet- and Forty Fold wheat, pre war price, $1.50 per sack, $6.00 par barrel~ Palouse Milllng Company. ROOMS---I have several good rooms to rent during the summers. Mrs. Ada Oderlin, Whitman street. i II WHEN YOU GO AWAY If you should go away from home you can still enjoy the services of this bank as often as you like. It is a common thing for people who are away, or who are too busy to come to the bank during the regular hours of business to send their business tc us by mail. When we receive deposits by mail we ~redit them at once to the account of the sender All requests for other service are handled in the same way--quickly and carefully. No matter what service you may need, ff you ealt Rot come to see us about it, a letter will Mart the ball a rolling without delay. Let us know the service you need so we can give your affairs due e~ndderation. That plan works best. ECURITY TATE BANK ....... , , , , ,, , I II I II IIIIlll I I II III II Illl I Johnston's: Squirrel Poison i i i | i iii Contains more poison to the pound of grain than any other poison made 25 Cents the'Pound Special Price in Larger Quantities W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short.cUt tobacco~