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July 1, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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the .~ ]' trw/n spent. Sunday in Pull- ~Teslev Ooddard, wbo lives near Mes- a |~ harles Smith was vi:~- :i: ~r SatUrday. :L Pullman ~ |Riee Grimes wa~ a. Moscow visitor ~ ~t ~aturday. h ~|~rs. j B B erl ~ I . y y wasa Mo.~eow :~toy, Saturday. r ~:|:Waada Holt is visiting her uncle. [-, ,eli, at e.llman. t~~ |I). H. Vates of Potlatch transacted ~sinesa In Palouse Monday. ~isi~ed witit their drother here, H. trip. ):[QiI~ Kerns of 3 .... s "st , l Grilm'm H E ('rose has just eolnPleteo a " ass6 , ekoa was vi, t~.~,~ .......... . 0~0 ~ "/ n, Virgil Kerns, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod anti Mrs. concrete culvert at the John Horrock ~" ~Var~- ,, ' G~erv f)ualev drove to ~nokane Satur-l place and hm~ begun the construction @.Z t~;'Willr:e~m"md wife are in (hen- da~)'-'an;vi~ited with~ ~ir;. Howard i of another culvert on Flannigan ~-m =~ =main over .'illnLIay. ' ~ -- ICreek ~f [l~eralm_ ~ , over ~unuay. ~ - ?~Ited ~,~':~ ,McC.auley or S?ok-me Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krengal of Clarks- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, %~lltly -. a. z~. t3yerty. Jr'.. re-~ ton Idaho formerly of Palouse are tMethodist missionaries for Whitman A|,- " spending'afe w days on the fames !county, spent a few hours in ealouse ~':|~Ona Ullery of Pullman visited Biane ranch ..... i:Wednesday. They were on their way 0: r ~r ~'~ andmothPr, Mrs. Ludwlg, over @~rlday. Mrs. Barb Well~ entertained three: to Garfield. ;?;hrvi~ Pa ~ ' tables at bridge whist last Saturdayi A number of interested citizens | ul, en of q-Toy, hlaho, for. in honor of Mrr,. Milton Mosierm of went, to Colfax Monday and Tuesday $~r~ly of Palou~e was in this city Sedro*XVooley. ;as witnesses in the controver.~y rela- P%. ~p! iHve to the right of way through the " ' The kid base ball lealn hLt, S pur-', L~S Hazel Geddls is spending the chased the suits of the Moscow Cubs iRealmhal place, rgk'nd With her mother, Mrs. A the! Judge Kincaid in Colfax Mon- i, ~eddls" and are practicing pvery day on ~, was !~M local diamond, i Day and Tuesday as a Witness In r. and Mrs. p;,v ~t to George Comsiock! The ladies of the M. E. church willi the comdemnation proceedings ~; Tuesday, returningserve in tive to the securing of a right of way Spokan~ 'sdnesday. the f astlemana chickenbuildingdinner onnmainJuly~areet4l! through the Redmond place. iii fir. :and Mrs. Dell Dudley and Price 50 cents, i Rev. Burleson of the Holy Trinity - Idaho iF~pisepaI church left. last Tuesday Yd Miller drove to Spokane Tnes- Miss Elsie Martens of Troy, in the:,fr his ranch at Sknd Point. ~'here ~;i'eVening. whose father formerly worked I~ 4rs. Oscar of. Wymore Ne-IPalouse pha.rmacy, visited some girl! he will oversee haying operations 'which "Ere being carried on there. ska visiting her brother, E. A. ~ friends ]'tat Sunday. ! ayes. at Fallon. Mrs i Roe Anderson of Spring ,eta_ . . Miss Marion Scott returned from i ' '-. " " " r anti M , tX alley visited the latter part of last bL_ ' r,~. Chas Hussy of Spo-l(llenav {he flr~t of the week, "xhere ' ': ' us visited " "" , ~ -" " , !week wi~h Mrs C F Brow~ Mr An- emia... ' with the Rev V,. M. she completed a two-year cour~ at~ ........ l~['"till Saturday i the normal school {derson came down Sunday and they ~i'l'he R .... "' i " " . ..... returned by auto Sunday evening' ~,g,_ -. ene~ahs served a luncheon i Mr. and Mrs. George liili, Mr. ariel .... ~:~ ~S~lay nl h ~ h Mrs A warner Mr and Mrs ~.~:.., , g t in anticipation of~ Mrs Ellis Fisher and Mrs. John Fis ......... ~.~r-~ts from other ],aao I,,. ~',,~ ,~FtA: ..... t ..... d fPnm 9 trtn George Kincaid, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. aes Daniel and Mr and Mrs George ale at George Kincaid'~ was! into Oregon Saturday. ] - ~ attende-~ . . ' . . ~ .......... ~Turnbow were over at Pullman to at- . t! and STOCK is reported ~ George ~litier was in MOSCOW wed-, brought a good price, i nesday to remove his wife from the l tend the Christian church convention this week. |'l~li " r= Uneh, firmer at, Ankcorn'sthospi~tll there to JuHaetta, Idaho, b~]?:r,e store, has returned from ~, I,vhe~e her parents reside. |,/ ~el~s vacation at Chateolet. ! L'~lr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson visited ~LTh" Presbyterian Missionary soeie-i over Sunday with their son Lauren ~| ~uet last Wednesday wlth Mrs.[at Oriflno. t, auren was at one time ( "That Measure en Us. It Character . t[erbert Detbel returned Saturday Board of Directors of School District co$. I from Portland and other points in No. 9 will receive sealed bids for the 5~rs. C. M. DeWeese is visiting her iOregon, where he had been while on furnishing of 120 cords of wood of sister, Mrs. G. H. Nolin in Spokane. Ibis two weeks' vacation, seasoned fir and tamarack wood, not ~he expects Io remain uotil after the ,.. o.,~. ~.. _~ ~... ~^~.~ less thau eight iflche;~ in diameter, to I Mrs. Me, o,~,,, ,,,,. ,~,,~ ,,,~. ,,ua~**ottrth. be delivered in Palouse by September M _ I Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sisk,I1. All bids must be in the hands of r. and Mrs. J. A. Bloom were injreiatives of Mrs. J. G. Andrew, vis-~(he Clerk of the School board -- Y Spring Valley Sunday, where they]tted her the first of the week. ~lul" 23' ' by visited with Mr. and Mrs. George~ Dr and Mrs Harrison and Alvv| " w~,~z~ ~ax~ (.amcron. .~. and Mrs. Posse and Lloyd Miller me-I Clerk Dlst. No. 9 C. E. Critman and Wife and I~ ored to the Cedars Sunday in the|Paiouse' Whitman, County~ H Critman of Pendleton Oregon Miller car on a fishing and outing1 Washington. Will Strength- Gives Us Abroad" So, we are told, John Adams argued for the Declaration of Independence. And, the years that lie between the have seen the proof of his wisdom. ]}eelaration and this 145th Anniversary of its signing The same arguments apply to the maintenance of a bank account. 1%r proof of this see the people who have used the right kind of banking connection to establish their credit and their financial strength. An account here leads to financial independence and strengthens your credit--which is your financial char- acter, Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON ,:: L ~ IIIIJ I I II : aclts and Binder Twine Now that the crop is in it ia time to begin to figure o~ the harveR and "think d SACKS and BINDING TWINE. We ]~avo scar of Twi~e on file road and will have two or three oars of ~ Bags herein time for Threshing. Also Sack Twine, Timothy Hay, Rolled and Whole 0ate, ~aby Chick Food, Milk Mash, ,Egg Mash, Cracked Core" ~d ~ill Feed always on hand, TI~OTIIY I~Ay FROM $22 PER TON TO $26 P~,R TON. Price~ &re Right. See U~ Before Buying. &. J. Webster Company Orain, Feed, Flour. P&LOUBE POTLATCH III I [ II I I I IIlU A party of jurymen drove through Palouse Wednesday en route to the! Redmond place, where they inspected the proposed claims of Mr. Redmond in the right of way suit now before the court at Colfax. Mrs W. G. Scates. Wife of a for- met pastor of the Palouse Christian J. f. PAPINEAU AUCTIONEER My past sales are my best ref- -fence Farm and Pedigreed Stock ,~ales a specialty. Prices right a~d satisfaction gnaran- ('.all Phone Farmers 911xl er Main 45. R. F. D. 5, Moscow, Idaho. Also breeder of Shorthorn Cattle and C. W. Hogs. Dates can be made at G. D. K/neaid's office. ~4-52t I I I II E. M. IRWIN ~.JCCF*SSOR TO Anderson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass, Pic- ture Framing. Telephone ~.5 MADAME MAJER Hyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash, Aocordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitohing, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION Church, visited in town Monday ....................................... night and Tuesday. She left Tuesday Sl~O~A,N~ ~.~ evening for Pullman where she will @ V][]~][~ ~OOL attend the convention there. ~IER & TAIIA)t Among those who attended the Christian church convention at Pull-] ~ ~ It Isn't man Wednesday were Mrs. George Ickes, Jr., Mrs. Ben Lyon, Mrs. I. C. Peterson, Mrs. Mary Arrasmith and ~ All ri# Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Thompson. BringltBack and Mrs. Luther Barnes were in Spo- kane Wednesday evening, where they #, @ attended the Whtte Shrine-el Jeru-L l~2oll~y CO, ,salem degrees, which were conferred ~" on 17 candidates. A reception was held at 5:30 in the Masonic t.mpleiGLASSIFIED A--DVERT-~H6 and a banquet at 6:30. SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs. J. M. Ris- N0~IC~, ley, Sp/rella eorseteer. Phone 128J The Eden Valley and Turnbow ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE--e12 per Flat Telephone company will hold its ton in the field. L. N. Chase annual meeting on July 11, at 1 Phone 24F2. 2t-p. o'clock at the office of G. D. Kin- eaid. PASTURE TO LET~Plenty of water , and feed. W. F. Lynch, Potlatch, @@@@@9@@@@@@@@@@ Idaho. 13-4-p AMONG THE CHURCHES 4. FOR SALE~Standaxd sewing rea- l Catholi0 Church. chine. Inquire Model Care. 14if Services on the second Sunday of DRESSMAKING WANTED---At home every month at 12:15 p. m., and OnI or by day.~Mrs~ M. R. Thompson, the fifth Sunday at 9 a, m, Everyone Church street. welcome. CARL PHILIPP, Pastorl DRESSMAKING---dressmaking done by Mrs. Gee. M. Oarey, corner J Methodist Epi~oopal Churcl~ and Maxwell streets. "36 Sunday school at 1Oa. m. Morning worship at 11. Theme, "What ls COME and see the Eleetronet Mag- Your Life?" nettc Health Garment. For sale and There will be no evening service at demonstrations given at Mrs. B. F. the M. E. church because of union Howells, near Palouse Hotel, or in service at the Christian church, your home. 16-2t-p. Baptist Church. Next Sunday will be Missionary Sunday and also Armenian Sunday. Let each class remember its part in the care of the Armenian orphan adopted by the Sunday school. Next Friday, July 1, we will have a picnic at the farm of William Meinig. Let us be prompt and be there at 10 a. m., either at the farm or at the corner by the Security bank. At 11 o'clock preaching services. i Subject of the sermon, "The Mighty iMission of a Weak Man." At 7 P. m. [the B. Y. P. U. will unite with the ]other young people's societies in a I meeting at the Christian church. The evening services will also be a union meeting at the Christian church. This being the day before July 4, triotle sermon. That will be a fine way to start the celebration. Let everybody turn out. YOU CAN FATTEN YOUR STOCK~ Timothy and clover on 1919 burn Have let the land go to seed but will now take in a limited number of stock to pasture. One and one half miles East of D. M. Imlay, lh~ceton, Idaho. Phone R. D. Harris store, princeton. 16-1t HOME GROWN WHEAT FLOUR manufactured out of Marquis, Club and Forty Fold wheat, pre war price, ! $L50 per sack, $6.00 per barrel~ Palouse Milhng Company. ROOMS~I have several good rooms to rent during the summers. Mrs. Ada Oderlin, Whitman street. J. l. CASE MACIIINERY--'rra~I~ &. Sterner, agent~ for J [. Cas~ Ma- chinery compeny, Tra~Wr~. road ma- ehlner.% thrsehlng n~ehlnes, plows and beltlng.~Address Potlatch, Idaho WHEAT HAS ADVANCED from 85 cents to $1.13 per bushel, but we have not raised the price of home grown wheat flour. $1.50 per sack, $8.00 per barrel.~Palouse Milling Company. WANTED~To buy feeder pigs, weight about 50 pounds. Must be free from cholera. Give price and full particulars first letter. Box 85, Elk River, Idaho. 12-9t WANTED---Job as threshing engi- neer by capable and experienced man. Addre~ A. H. Smith, 30-E.78 St. N. Portland, Oregon. 18-It It Came By Mail While opening our mail a few days ago we found a deposit that had traveled many miles in care of Uncle Sam. We have depositors in many states. These faraway patrons use nearly every part of our service without difficulty. In fact, BANKING BY MAIL is growing in popularity where banks give it careful attention. No matter where you live, this special service may come in handy some day. When you are away from home or sick or too busy to visit our bank, just remember that we are ready to give prompt at- tention to your business by mail--and that many worth while business matters are being handled in this way You'll like this pla~. Security State Bank PALOUSE, WASH. A SPRING AND STORE SUMMER The best in the line of confection- ery. cigars and tobacco is to be found here. During the warm weather you will want to cool off. Try our ice cream and soft drinks. Ice cream sold in any quantity. Special or- ders filled for parties, banquets and picnics. Don't be forced to regret that you haw not recorded the summer's activities with a kodak. We have the best, with supplies always in stock Bill's Place l I L ii Johnston's 25 II | I I Squirrel Poison i ii Contains more poison to the pound of grain than any other poison made Cents the Pound Special Price in Larger Quantities # ii i i i i Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall ~tore II .... "" x Always Find" " nays the Good Judge ~.,,{ t'~ ~ That you get morn ~~J~N,~ genuine satis|actioa (~, -~( ~ at less cost when k ~" .~ ].:." " you use this c|ass of so much longer than a big chew of the ordinary kind. And the full, rich real tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing satisfaction. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put u~ in two styles ,V-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco ~ RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco