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Palouse, Washington
July 8, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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Dudley was a week-end last Week. eFarland of Colfax was ia first ef the week. aUse of Clarkston is visit- ,,~=~,~,~e Nichols familvv. ------~ther Barnes is enjoying NE*~_a neice from Spokane- i~#iJ t|[raestlne Rohlf will give a Batten's store Jul~ 16. '~uP'lUOm~v oq~ rileH George Cochran of They h'~d been gone two weeks. I,]. G. Dirkes. district manager W. 0. W., was in tow]~ Tuesday and Wednesday. He was well pleased with Day and Evening Sessions Will Be Held~Invitation Extended to Thieves at Work in Palouse. The home of L. J. DeWeese was entered Saturday afternoon by thieves and $10 taken from a dresser drawer. A watch w'as lying wear the money~ bu| was not taken. the celebration the lodge was staging New Members. Notice is hereby given that the' here. Whitman Count Pom-n ~ I Board of Directors of School District y o a ~rang- . Mrs. Robert Smith received word ers will be guests at the State college lN' 9 will receive sealed bids for the " ~ t furnishing of t20 cords of wood ,of ~o2 (S:?dttl~vMOnday that he~. slster, i holPi:ll%ae; ;:l J~Ltli2' iP;':l/:Ls!seasned fir and ,amarack wood, not . u a linen, was ill In ne non- ~ g Y g nl ......... ~ess than eight inches In olameter, to pital there. She left at once for Seat- ! at that time when the wheat conven- tie 'tioh i~ visitin the ex eri n " /be delivered in Palouse by September 1 g p me t sta- tion The ins ..... ~1 All bids mast be in the hands of ;-~,~.~.j~ . pea,ton oz the expert- " Mr. "ln(t Mrs. Reuben Hill of Eu-t ............ l~the Clerk of the School board by ..... mental hems ana couege zarm Will[. .... gene, Oregon are visiting tnelr i --,u," ,5 : . .. ' ....... ~begin at 10 a. m free lunch will be!~" J " ' _ . . i serves at noon in the gymnasium and ) ~. .~ v~:.+ ~,T~' , cow and Mrs. Pressley rurnuow, ease ............ , Ulerr. ~mt. ~u , ~ .......... I tne tour ot the tarm compmteo In tne i~ . -*~ ..... of town %lad tvlr t1111'~ brother tt t- I -- ,~'alouse ~ alEman (2onu[y ' ' , afternoon. 1 ' ' ' ~|| ~tent the Fourth in Palouse. Hill, in Palouse. l~I|| IW~,a Lemon of Seattle is via i The Grangers will meet in thei Washington Jilster, Mrs L W D;Wees;': Mrs. Alva Poage, who played inlstate college Grange hall at 3:30, atl ----_____ |L E}~, ' " ' the tennis tournament at Potlatch, twhich time a number of business ma* t NOTICE,, R D~flU*rs" dgarOderlin of lone made a wonderful showing winning t,~,. w'" ~'~ a' ..... ~ , " ." i Is V~s~,, . , .... ~ ~,s ....... sc-ssed, such as exhzb-I - ,ling w~th Mrs. Ado:in both singles and doubles each day. iits for fairs and national Grange fu [ The Edea Valley and Turnbow ,~I~' ~"~, * ;Her friends hope to hear of her vie-'tare of tlz; Gran~-e store marketin~[l~lat Telephone company will hold its ~y :Vl. T ! ~ " = ' ~ hornton of Spokane tory m the fznals annum meeting on July 11 at 1 vI.a~a ~ " .! "" iof farm products, etc. The lecturerl ~ ' j ,,u ~virs. Harrison on the Miss Bertha Bieknell is spending: will present speakers who wi}l open]'clock at the office of G. D Kin- ~-I i her vacation in Snohomtsh. Her for discussion the subjects' SeIling l cold. ~eYSandal Of Spokane vls-!mother accompanied her. During her! the state convention and the nntional~ .~ylUnday with E. S. Carroll iabsence her ,,lace at the Security'.convention. ~ #State bank will be filled by Missl An evening session of an Interest- J F PAPIN[AU latch Gun Club has invited!Flrence Thompson. ling nature will be held, so take your II~lks to a picnic at Grizzly A. E. Sever and family drove!bnskets for the evening meal. State r nda tr~ iday ~IO~cow. !through from California. arriving in ~' Witbeek returned tel Palouse Sunday. They will probably after a three weeks isPend the greater part of the summer here as Mr. Sever has extensive land ~Mrs. Crawford Patton areinterests in Whitman Count)'. lParents of a baby girl born R.T.A. Robinson arrived in Pa- ~Y morning, louse Wednesday afternoon from the [ Fet~ cOntribut ..... :Willamette valley. He left this city e ~ ~u to the ~ear~ . ~f. If not ...... last February, intending to stay for ef yuu mey UO s() ii the banks tew weeks, but an accident which] |la~^ ~ " his brother met with necessitated his ~"~ ~rown and two chil- : ~ work was Ivisitiag wi ..... t,taying there until spring ] ~r~ A .... tu mrs. t~rown's done I. " w. Little. ' ! ~ol~ of ~-- Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Yelle, aeeom- ~- wawawai was a Pa- panied ~,-~ Clem Morton and Mary ltir this Week. He was the]~ ~ -- ' ' v " gtl~ slat ..... ~ ~ouLe Yelle, of Pullman, tatted. ~t.l~ _~,,v, Ivlrs, E. N. Darling. i with Mrs. Yelle's sister, Mrs. J. H. ! I ~.~'en gave a one o'clocklWilsori' the first, of the week. TheyI ~isco~:~aY to the members l wllI spend their vacation on the Wil- ~Uild at her country ~ .~ Mr Yelle t I "i ,.on ranch :near Princeton. . .} II~d~ ' is connected with the Pullman Her- ]~ ward and family returned i aid I THE STRENGTH of NATIONAL college Grange will furnish coffee, cream and sugar. Those wishing to receive the dregree of Pomona should send their names to Pomona Master G. P. Barkduff, Colton, or Secretary Anna L. Miller, Pullman. 0roviUe Pastor Will Preach. Rev. R. R. Martin, pastor of th~ Oroville Methodist church, will fill the M, E. pulpit of this clty Sunday morning. Mr. Martin is a brother of Rev. W. M. Martin of Paiouse. Rev I W, M. Martin will preach at the union services Sunday evening in the Bap- tist church on "The Indispensable- ne~s of Religion." Farm Changes Hands. Mrs. Ida Long has sold her ranch near Fallon which was formerly owned by R. C. Johnson, to Gus iKuchner of Waverly. She took In ~part payment 147 acres of well Im~ i proved land lying on the outskirts of i a~Vaverly ~any Children in Palou~e. Miss Gwendolin Schick, who has just completed the school census in the Palouse d~trlct, has reported to The Republic that there are 430. chil- dren of scalpel age in the district, o? which 203 are boys and 227 are girls. Some of the number have finished school, but enough attend from out- side the district so that it is estimat- ed that the schools here will enroll el6~ to this number. AUCI-IONELR My sales are my best ref- ,'~.m'e F'arm aud Pedigreed Scott; Sales a specialty Prices right and satisfaction guaran- , ~,~! i ':~11 Phone Farmers 91 ixl or Main 45 H, ~, D. 5, Moscow Idaho. Also breeder of Shorthorn Cattle and C. W Hogs, Dates can he made at G D, Kincaid's office, 24-52t E. M. IRWIN S~CC~SSOA TO Anderson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass, Pic- trUre Framing, Telephone 65 MADAME MAIER Hyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Aoeordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitohing, Braiding. Buttons, Buttonholes, Hal, ann Featne~ Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION BANKS I0TICK ~he i tremendous resources behind our Natinoal Banking I The annual stockholders' meeting -~e~ are shown in the following table issued by the i of the Palouse MIIlI~ ~,ompany will ~ TWO HORSES STRAN ED OR STOL the~mptrller of the Currency in hi~ report to Congress for , I be held at the bompany's offic, on ' EN---One~ dark bay" mare, weight" year l~O: [Saturday, July 11, at i o'clock. E. L. FLANSBURG, President. about 1250 lbs. One light bay geld- S,030 National Banks held ........... $23,411,253,000 ! J E TURNBOW Secretary lng, weight about 1000 lbs. Notify 18,994 State and Private Banks. 14,222,407,000 [ . ~ ..... .~ " Mike Petrogallo, 17-2t 620 Mutual Savings Banks ......... 5,619,017,000 / Card of Thanks WANTED--Sceond hand Ford car; 1,087 Stock Savings Banks .......... 1,506,413,000 We wish to thank the many friends box behind preferred. Stanley An- 1,~08 Loan and Trust Companies 8,320,018,000 t end neighbors for their kind and sym- derson, Palouse, Wash. 17-tf 12 Federal Reserve Bank~. 6,074,596,000 I pathetic assistance during the Illness WANTED---To rent ,00 or 300 acres ........ 'and deathof our loved one. of land near Palouse. Box 292, MRS. HATTIE CROMWELL, Colt'ax, Wash. 17-2-p F N B MRS WINNIE REHWALT@ ~ FOR---- ---:SALE--StanDard ......... sewing ma- armorsarterial ank --.-- ...------. - v . . _~.-=~ ~ __~v .T~ ~ : @1 chine. Inquire Model Cafe 14tf PALOUSE, ~YASHiNGTON + @ @ 4~ @ @ 4 @ @ @ 41, 41, @ @ @ @I DRESSMAKING WANTED At home Holy Trhdty Church or by day. Mrs M R Thompson, Church street Sunday scohoi at 10 a. m. No morning or evening services, DRESSMAKING---dressmaking done GLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs, J. M, Rls- ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey. corner l and Maxwell streets. 36 COME and see the Electrons, Mag- netic Health Garment. For sale and demonstrations given at Mrs. B. F I~owells, near Palouse Hotel, or in your home, 16-2t-p. HOME GROWN WHEAT FLOUR manufactured out of Marquis, Club and Forty Fold wheat, pre war price, $1.50 per sack, ~6.00 per barrel~ Palouse Milling Company, ROOMS---I have several good rooms to rent during the summers, Mrs Ado Oderlin, Whltma~ street. J. I CAS~ MA(~INERY...~ra~'I, Starner, a~ents h~r J ! Ca~e bI't chlnerv I~I/|panV Trlu'lOr~h rol~d n]n.. i.#ltllerv. 1hreshi,~,g machines, plows and beltlng.~Address Potlatch, Idaho 85 cents to $1.13 per bushel, but we have not raised the price of home grown wheat flour. $1.50 per sack, $6.00 per barrel.~Palouse Milling Company. WE ARE RECEIVING orders for Lo- ganberries, Dewberries and Sweet Cherries Leave orders at the Stevens house on South hill. George Robert- son Palouse, Wash. 17-1-p WANTED---Work, by middle-aged lady, on cook wagon. Address Mrs. G, A. Anderson, Potlatch, Ida. 17-2 ! ztcl :s and Binder Twine ill l~ow tha~ the crop is in it is time to begin to figure o~ ~harvest and think of SACKS and BINDING TWINE. We ~f~e tte&r of Twinaon the road and will have two or three ear~ ttrain ~tgs here in time for Threshing: B~ hlao Sack Twine, Timothy Hay, XolJed and Whole 0ate, M~y0hiek Food, Milk Mash, Egg Mash. Cracked Corn and "~'~ Yeed always on hand. TIMOT]I~ HAY FRON $22 PER TON TO $26 PER TON, Prices &re Right. See Us Before Buying. 2k. j. Webster Company Orain, Feed, Flour. I~ALOUS~ POTLATCH I I Ill I M. K Chureh I Sun,lay schooi at 10 a. m. Morning ~e, rship at 1L Theme: "T_be G,.:!den Totff.h " ;Cos There will b~ )n evening ~:er~' on account of union me~tin~ at ~he Baptist church. Baptist Chard:, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach- ing services at I1. Subject: "Justifi- cation by Faith." This Is one of the most extraordinary, most loved and most hated declarations of the word of God. If you doubt It comb and hear the why and wherefore. It is more than all this; it is an only approach to God. At night the yoQng people's socie- ties of the town will meet at the Bap- tist church. The B. Y. P. U. will have charge of the meeting. At 8 p, m there will be a union meeting, also at the Baptist church. Roy. W. M. Martin, pastor of the M. E. church will preach the sermon, the subject of which will be "Christ the Life Giver." Let us all turn out and sustain these union meetings. On Thursday night at 8 o'clock there will be prayer meeitng. If you want to become better acquainted with the letter of Paul to the Gala- tians come to the prayer meeting. Catholio Chuzeh, ' ,qervlees on the second Sunday of every month at 12:15 p. m.. al~d on the fifth Sunday at 9 a.m. ~veryone welcome. 0ARL PHTL~P, Pastor WANT TO RENT Modern house in Palouse; permanent tenant. Ad- dress .G, T.. this office. 17 One dollar 'deposited in a t~avings Account here gives you one of these Liberty Bell iiome Banks to drop your add change in SAVE FOR OLD AGE But three men in every hundred are self-supporting or "linen. cially fixed" at 65 years, according to statistics. Are you to be mxe of the three 0r one of the 97 ? Now ts the time to decide. Answer by openfilg, a Term Savings Account in tiffs bank now. We pay 4 per cent interest, compounded semi- annually, and your small beg'innings will ~o0n gT0W to such pro- portions as will mean in4ependence for you. Security State Bank PALOUSE, \.V ASHI NGTON Restful Cows Give More Milk ,,,, I Dr, Hess Fly Chaser Makes a Great Diflirence FOR COWS AND HORSES GUARANTEED I 'l iii .... rrn Palouse Pharmacy The Pkexall Store Bhy have a Coal or a IVood Box" ? VOU can get clean economi. J[. cal Pearl Oil ~rom de',der~ everywhere. 'You save y',,t'.~,~elf a lot ot trouble =nd work when you cook with a good o~l cookstove. No ashes to ca:'ry~.xm firesto requireyourfrequent a~tention. With a good oil cookstove and Pearl Oil the hem i~ applied directly to the cooking utensil, The heat is steady and depend~ able, Pearl Oil gives high fuel values. Pear| Oi| is the clean burn- hag, uniform, econorl'tical kero- sene--refined ap, d re-refined by" especial pruce~ s, Dealez s e very. where, Order by name~F'earl Oil. STANDARD OIL COMP&N~ (Cali~b[nia) PEARLOIL HEAT AND LIGHT