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July 8, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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:+ 2L ..................................... COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCEIs'rArE COLLEGE MAY .......... ..... +- WORK RAmOGRAP'" HARVARD. ! Mrs. W. E. Sexton relurned Thur~-I day (rein Moscow. where she has heen ! Y[ay Be Able to Hear O0ucert Given ..... . ...... w ..... ............................. ".:Z2LL :2 ................................................................. = ....................: ..... :'_ .:.'-?.._:'L ........... ::_L_: . :Z .................................... --: ._---_/_'_-_~5_::~L_L2:.L_'_~7___'-L T BIG CELEBBATION AT POTLATCH. game was used as the number out Firestone Ship by Truck Bureau, P. l~~" ........ "--'~"~"*~"~'~-'~"'~ which would win the car. The seven- P. Claxton, commissioner of the U. ~ ! teenth number was 890 and was held S. Bureau of Education, says b~tter ! W. [. DUNCA r hy Theodore Parks, a 1G-year*old boy roads are essential to better rural | r--- have a marked influence up(in the i In~e,l~ t,f tbe .e,t.ic i,l th. ~.r~. ,tis-iI 0peDing i tricts, i I t seems that farme rs. wherever up-l,~ [,~ul preached on the subject, are almost', | unanimously in favor of the tonsil- ! kGE SOtlClTi[ou hq L W. P. Miller's Pool t idat ed ~ehool. PA IRONAGE "The eonntry boys wnd girls," said!%~ Mr. Warner, "are entitled to the same: educational "Mwmtages as are accord-' ed boys and girls of the cities. The', SPOIKANE'$ centralized school wonhl give them i * VIRGIN WOt)I i' this. and good transllortation wonldl t~,OTI:IIER & TAll m' =+, +,,,,,. if Ittj all kinds of weather. No farmer will. ,~ 12 object to l)ayiilg the little extra, hie-, ~n tor bus cost. and indications point to ~sume rapid strides ill the neKt year in ..................... '"" Brinlt Bang: ton in tho field. L. N. Chase, e. e 0 M. Phom~ 24F2. 2t-p.{ @POif~t~K ~. a~ --d~.. July r.. -Ra,/iu-- 1.][llllle (2xlonsit/ll ~tN il l}raetical pt}ssi- hill(:' is beillg investigated by State The- stockholders of the Idaho-- Washington "Pelephone company will hold their re~,ular semi-annuul meel- Jng ILl PrillcetolI ~latllrday afiorll(~oll, July 9, S. A..Johnson Caule III) "~r(lln Mil- Ion. Or~gon, ~'riday ~lid ix visiting ,[or a Few (lays at the heine of his l)ar ents east of Harvard. ~ha! he had had the biggesi Independ- ence. day of his life. A g'rea~ many families eanle DI'.~- over the ~tat~ or northwe,M II'~ the time rmluired for an cwdlnary eon%'er- s:~ti-n, elllorgenPy Jnforlnation per- fai[li11R D) the 1)roteotfon ill' crops, the ! I ii;~gel~llonl t~F iI~arketing centers ~md industrial w(~lfare and home eon- ,.,rvation ~[meraIly. \X-ilb the lahorufories empty of sill- denis durinK fhe summer vacation months, the engineering and Dhyslcs staff is putting in stone hard licks to nee what really llraetJe'U resn]ts may bo ~+,eur+~d fr,m the new radiopbene. Young Man Meets Death, Word was received last week in the Freest eolnrl ullity lhat Jesse Marsh. :~ 3q)llrl~ lllall for iler]v of that neighh, lrhood, had heen killed al ]qoise. The Dar(,lits ~')f yoll]lg Marsh iliad ~olle to tile t?(taNl ~nn it() one was ~lt ht~lll~ 1,) FO, eoivc lhc D]cssage ex- eel)t his brother. 'l'hc hrother has- tened at once to Boise. It has been te;.;rned sinee t hat the yOllllg Inan was buried at Boise Satnrday. No partie- ,+lars hav~ l)ee:n r+~e,~iw+d as to how he me~ hi,~ death, pared t,l 1)ienic and the park below the mill wa~ at their disposal, with plenty of ice water and ice cream on tap. A Spokane orchestra furnished mu- Mc at ihe club house for the big d:tuee, which lasted until a late hour. visitiitg relatives here this week. TURNBOW FLAT, Miss tta.ti ie Ltndcn spent the Fourth in Spokan'e. Miss +Minnie l,ourey oF Sp(,l~ane is vtsitPAg a~t the Ed ~riley itmuc. Mumps have al)l)eared at the home~ of C. I, Daniel and Horaee ttoward. E. E Klots is making improvc- lnents at the sehool hmlse lhis week. Neal MeClure and family visited with Mr. and Mrs..~le(?lure's parents at Rockford during lhe first of the week. MrK~(~ Franzen visit~l her sister, Mrs, Alvlu Johnson, Sfzuday after- noon near GarField. G. Z. Iekes, 3r., Is baltng his aJ- falfa hay this week. COVE. SoiIIe' weeks aK(I the Cove Stlnd.qy school divided llself into two fa('tioI~s for the PUrlm.~e.of increasing the at+ tendanee, and a good natured contest was entered tnlo between Idle east and wes! sides as to which of the iwo facti0~s 'eould secure the better ~lr- tendance at Sllnday school. This eon-] test resnlted tu a victory for the east 1 side, tIaey bringing the larger numberl to Sunday school ']'he penalty ira-t posed u~on the west side for their de-! feat was that they provide entertain- ment at a !)Ionic. This picnic was held at the Bert (;rooks place frame- IMPROVED ROADS I~ELP SCHOOLS. i Motor Bus Important Factor in Bet- ferment of Conditions in County. Thr, tTiotor bus ix proving an t[ll- ~ iiortant factor in the centralized ru- ral :~ehool movement ill varion.~ sec- i tions of the country. According to : Mr. Warner. local dealer in tires and acressories made by the b'irestone 'rir~ & Rubber coral)any, who reeent- ly received some interesting data i from tlle company there are still 212,- 00o one-room schonls in ~he Uniicd Stqies. The illlorilla|ion shows Ithat these schools :ire of the oienee.r type. and c~mnot Dt)ssihly meet the, ueeds of modern agrieultural life. in a preface to a bulletin issued i~y ~" " - ....................... ' +___L ............. : ....................... ' ....... A Full Line of Rakes and Mowers Twenty-five per-cent off Oil All Deering and McCormick Repairs Palouse Hdw, Imp. Co. PALOUSE, WASHINGTON diately after .~ttnday school last Sun- day. Hen. W. E, MeCroskey of Col- fax gave an address. The intermedi+ ate department of the West Cove i ::,; sehoot sang several Spectat songs and ~:::,7 ' a jolly good time was had. One bun- !; ,~:~ tired and Hxty-nlve people were Mrs. Hllda Aspern and family of Helena, Mont., are v"l,~ittnir at the R. + v. P~oetor ho~e. dall of Spokane were guests at the E. P. Ball home Monday. Mrs. Buck of Latah vtsited with her bY6~ber; Morrts. at Nt. lohn lasl The g'frls" ,ewtng elre]e met with Miss Me1~r|tle lasl w~ek. t PRINCEON. Miss Patrtc~a Maynard of Lewis- ton was the guest o~ Mr. and Mr~ Wayman Wtlton fi'om ~'riday until Tu~dayl John Henderson, Jack Henderson,' ,Oharles' Bull. Lloyd Wilton. James Skeef~ and ffaek Utt came down from the camp at Bovlll Saturday O,~or~ ~fead of Doary warn a v~sitor of his brother, Alfred. Kerr. la.~* week. Mr. and Mrs. L+ B. Rush of Spo- kane were week-end visitor~ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph l=l[arrls. LloYd Wilton, John, ITtt and Chas. Bull went t~ Rpokaoo. to slmnd thei l%urth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Craig and lit-{ tle Craig Champtne of Mo~eow arei visiting at the home of Mr. a~d Mr~ } TAneoln Gtlmore. Mr. and M'~. 3ames ~ke~n are vis- iting frlend.~ and relatives In Palon,~e{ tht,~ wee~, l Mr. and Mrs. H. L. FIawkin~ audi Mr. and Mrs. roe Skeen made a b~isi- n~s trip to ~olfa~ Raturdav. BaVfists Hold Picnic. 1 About 75 members of the BapttsfI ehurch held a picnle last Prtday at{ the Will Meintg pla~e, A basket dtn-[ nor was served at noon and a good] time was z'~ed. 1 Interstate Iradin0 Co. Bread Memories "Now eat your bread and get red cheeks," What a bribe to keel? you in the path of virtue whea you tempted by things not good for you. Good common sense teaches you now that bread it the best you oau eat. PALO USE BAKERY BRE~D IS TKE B~ST BREAD The Pal0use Bakery Auctionee l:F Y0U ARE GOING TO HOLD A SALE THIS SPRING 8:1~ J.J. LYNClt Here's why CAMELS are ql.lcllz v ' the c yarette r~ ~ ~ECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this . ~~'~-~ ~ one brand. Camels are as good as it's pos-- i/;,Lb~ ~