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~.,~C~RESPONOENCE ,,~T COVE. , ||@leaaure to see how tile :~Ol is picking up, 114 be- AU|last SUnday. We hope to~ Mlff:tr number next Sunday. ] , | i~lIvlrs. W. E. MeCauley and[ P |]-' ~raed TUesday from a trip / P "* ~]Y automobile. ! i:pdMrs. Lyles Hopkins and]] )y qalouse were guests at thee a'*- ~lle hOme Sunday. -----~l of Harvard is visitin~;i I~1o. !IPOol home. ms ot$~rs. Elmer Ball were din- fl~ t the ~tl T.A. Soniville home ,~fl~g ladles' Sunday school ~ th~eet Th ..... '" r.,- ,~- ~-saay afternoon at ~'j.~C~f Mrs. Crooks to organize I sutlery club V of. ~;s W~lter .ill and faro '%~'~lRe Were guest, at the ~ur- t hs.l~u~day" I By~tis Lazelle returned home L0 ~,9'~J[rora MOScow. aa~t/~ 0derlin and J. H. Bailey "~Were dinner guests at the mint e " "' ' l~ove ball team will pla~ I~uay afternoon. i C0~r~. layed tst COve ball team p SUnday aftemloon. The ~?atly in favor of Onewav. ~aaving a contest in our "~Ool. AlL west of the school ~tryiag to outnumber those 'tdes Were tied. Th *:lIt" Next Sunday will prove ~the he.st rustlers. :~.ts n~aklng some improve- !tetheH:ad near the M. L. [' e is making the road1 ~tF:tl~here has alwavs been a, ~lg to get the hay made up rain on it tp' Ball wa~ pleasantly sur- ,~Y When a ear of friends ,[ eWlston to spend the day .~rMrs. L. Hopkins and fam- I;~nd ~rs. ~,. p. Ball ~ere T' the Sonlvilles Sunday. "l-McCauley and family re ~[~Sday evening from Dayton, 'I" and been visiting for a i~)Zll~?grY had the ball team :~L~;: ,or dinner. Mias Bernice 'l!~i,:l~:? entertained a number, of ~[~:hy Edmonds of Token l~ il'ca her sister, Mrs. Orville ~tt~g ladies of the Cove have ~a SeWing circle. They me~ i~s Luis Crooks -Thnrsdav af- [~gil Randall is visiting with E"~r in Cottonwood. "I PPlng in Moscow Thurs- r~sek, a" ~. t the Grltman hospital ~ .big boy was born to Mr, ~ne Anderson, ~0W FLAT tha Turubow and daugh- ~tl~" ": Powers are visiting o0W's sen, WilII at.Chapaka, ,z~ County ~D. St.'John and daughter at~ re_ spent last week with Mr, and Mrs. G, L Turn- Ia~d Mrs. Harry Pry are al- l.the Latter Day Saints church ~eeR~ ~eur d'Alene ~llt ~, eo and ~maily of Oohl I" -atiZ~ay at the J E. Turn- I~ ~l~'Zra Hartford Is spending L~alZer With her parents at a:: '- Idaho. She ~111 teach the ~ mU here next fall. ~ iS BHdgefarmer and Ade- .are visiting this week ~is ~eSsie MeGhee, a cous- ~ridgefarmer, at Gifford, !~ Lqut I'IOWard visited the first :~v~k ax the home of her son, HARVARD, uY girl arrived at lh ~1~, R. T. Owen the home of J~zne 15. Pa2ker Is quite si~ with a att~k of mumps. our rein] o~.erseer, has e{ ~ ~lcn and teams at work t~_ ,., ~ out the road from ~e:~larvard-Deary ~oad erosse~ ,,tj:~I. track west of Harvard -~v~ bridge ~1 a" , ,~y of Mtlas, Wash, is vis- cus ho ' " " t. ~,, me of her daughter. uwdn. 'a-"-~ ~rs. C. R. Kennard were l~elda the first of the '.. kWell, formerly a resi- ~t~s ,Vtelnity. but for the past ~.~:.~'~ [~ldl~g at Alma, Mich., ~n,~g old ~eq~mintanee~ here ~" I~al~bur~ was home from i? and son, Arbigal, were in Peary last week after strawberries. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Afted and son returned Saturday from a motor trip to Creston and ~Venatchee. Dr. J. W. Thompson and family of Palouse spent Sunday on a motor trip up the river. PRINCETON. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and son, Charle~ Doyle, left for California la~t week. They are making the trip in their Ford. Mrs. C. D, Guernsy and Roy Guern- .%v were in Spokane visliieg Mrs. Guernsy'~ daughter, Mrs. Raleigh Barnett. Mrs. Dudley Hobbs axed children of Bovill are visiting at Lhc home of Mr.~. I-fobbs" mother. Mrs. Agnes Crumley. Je,~se Gibson has been seriously ill, but is improving at the present writ- ing. L. L. Young went to Moscow last Wednesday to attend the Farm Bu- reau picnic. Mrs. Ray Tice, Fretha Swedland and Mrs. O. Swedland were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Btngham last Tuesday. Grandma Owmley is a guest of Mrs, Fred Johnson. Walter Roach and family were guests of Mrs. Lulu Tribble and Mrs. Florence Ltvtstington last week. Hazel Johnson came home from Bovill, where she has been visiting" Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Grannis and Mr. and Mrs. Tracy of Camp Two were in Lewlston Saturday and Sunday. Mr.~. G. D, Gucnr~y's granddaugh- ter, Evelyn Herring, and her friend, lsobel Roberts, are guests at the Guernsy home this week, Ralph Harris is a business visitor tn Spokane. Miss Lavel Cone came homo from Moucow last Saturday. Wllliam Bacon, who, has been in the Bovill hospital for the last three weeks with a broken leg. came home Tuesday afternoon. L. L. Young, Wiltard Heaton and C. E. Bunny sold their grain to Web- ster & Lamphere of Palouse. Mr. Webster has been here loading it out. KAMIAC. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skeen and ,qon, Ernest. went to Lewlsrou Sun- day to attend the funeral of Mr. Skeen's nephew, Fred LeFrancls, ex- service man, w'hose body has beeu re- turned from France for burial. The Lewis-Clark post of the American Legion conducted the funeral ser- vices assisted by the local chapter of the American War Mothers. F'ollow- ing the services interment was in the Lewiston cemetery. Fred Le- Francis enlisted in the service June 25, 1918. from Asotin county and was later assigned to Co. C. 303d Filed Signal battalion of the ! ~th di- vision. He saw action with that di- vision toward the close of the war. Following the armistice he wus stricken with bronchial pneumonia and died at Semur, France, February 20, 1919. He was 25 years of age at the time of his death. NOTICE The Palouse Garage bu~lness and stock has been sold by C. H. Ames. Jr.. to C. H. Antes. Sr. All acdolInts now outstanding, due and owing the Palouse Garage are payable 'o the ~ew proprietor, and all indebtedness of the Palou~e Garage will oe paid by him. PLY/t OUTH In Preparation for Harvest becomes an ur- gent need to be provided for. Of cour~ you want good twine that you can safely depend upon to take you through har- vesting without hitch or kink. Most farmers in this locality will use Plymouth Twine this season because it is strong and smooth-running, arid has always given the best of satis- faction at the least cost. That is why we handle Plymouth Twine ~ to give you the most for your money. Tel~ us your requirements and we will set the twine aside for you. FARMERS UNION CO., Falou~e, Wuh. ........................................... ill rl .... r i i ~ '._. |i i ii i On the John Horrock place, better known as the "01d Sharp Place, miles East of Palouse and four miles West of Potlatch on the main Potlatch-Palouse road " six ! N[ Beginning at IO o'clock A. M. I Ill II II Ill I I I II Ill I I I IIlll IlIH I i i I It II I I II I I I I I II The following personal property will be offered for sale: Livestock ONE BROWN SHIRE MARE. 7 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1500 ONE BROWIJ SHIRE MARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1500 ONE ROAN 7-8 PURE BRED BELGIAN MARE, 6 YEARS 0LD, WEIGHT 1700 ONE BAY BELGIAN MARE, COLT BY SIDE, 6 YEARS 0LD, WEIGHT 1700 ONE GRAY PERCHERON MARE, 8 YFa~S OLD, WEIGHT 1600 ONE GRAY PERCHERON MARE, 8 YEARS 0LD. WEIGHT 1000 ONE BLACK PERCHERON :~L/t.RE, 6 Y~atR6 OLD, WEIGHT 1500 It will be some time, gentlemen, before ONE BAY SHIRE MARE, 9 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1500 ONE BAY SHIRE MARE, 12 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1400 ONE ROAN BELGIAN MARE, 9 YEARS 0LD, WEIGHT 1400 ONE GRAY PERCHERON MARE, 9 YEARS OLD. WEKER~ 1500 ONE BLACK SHIRE HORSE, 3 YEARS OLD ONE BLACK SHIRE HORSE, 2 YEARS OLD Theze are Mooses--a real pair 0NR BAY ALL-PURPOSE HORSF~---A DA~DY ONE F~TRA FIN~ GlY~RNSEY COW you will have an opportuuity to choose from another bunch like this. Machinery - ONE PEERING PUSH BINDER, NEW PLATFORM DRAPER AND OTHER REPAIRS, BINDER IN GOOD CONDITION ONE STUDEBAKER 3114.1NCH WAGON AND RACK COMPLETE 0N~ WAGON WITH DUMF BOARDS ONE POTATO PLOW ONE DOUBLE SHOVEL CULTIVATOR ONE THRKE-BOTTOM OLIVER PLOW SIX SECTIONS OF DRAG HARROW ONE JOHN DE]~R]~ 7-00T DOUBLE DIf~ ONE 10-FOOT VAN BRUNDT DRILL, NEARLY NEW a FINE BLACKSMITH OUTFIT DOUBLE TREES, ,WKIFFLE TREES, CLEVI~]~q, ETC, HARNESS AND COLLARS FOR ABffV~ HoRsRs ~ANY 0TItF.R ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO ~NTION I I I I I I I I l I i III --, I I I It I I i FREE LUNCH AT NOON I I I I I III/ I I I I i I I I II I I I i ii j Terms of Sale All sums of $20 or under, cash. notes due October 1, 1921, bearing 8 per cent interest. per cent discount for cash on sums over $20. i i i i iii I I I i I, I I -~ , On sums over $20 will accept bankable Two II GEORGE KINCAID, Owner LYNCH and WALKS, Auctioneers J.H. BOTTJER, Clerk