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July 8, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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July 8, 1921

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jij! :i!i, " ! ii ii i i i iii i iii iiiii I i i i i I I iii i iii Palouse Rep.bllc pAI,O'USE REPUBLIC COMPANY, Pul)lisher~ C. F. BROWN Editor, at tnt" posi, Oflice a~ ~'aiou~ Washings, on. as seeona-cla~.-~ matter. SUB2ORIPTIONS : One Year .................. $2.0~ 8ix montl~ ................ $1,99 Teiephoae Main 67. F'RIDAY, .IULY ~ 1921, mr Potlatch. the Potlatch Amatear Athletir cltlb has renderoAi a real see-- /'ice, co the community, nol ~roIll ~t tinallcial t)Omt, pertlaps, ou! i! h;~:s fell(|~re(t il cl service fFOID ~l cultural ,~;andpulaL. 'rellll[s 1~ a clea]~ ~,-all~,~ o m~ ]/ .-.hould t~e en,:our~ged uy all |el el"~ I)l" L~i~in Sji(JI't Thtq'(] Is sOuie- /hills upli[tillt~ iLhOIll lht' ganle, \\'ll('P~ ,t lelJuib.' ~iJl}l( ~. ID prugre~s on~ will seldtull ileal" i;ll) profanity ~ !ounces of strychnine has been fur-{ TAFT APPOINTED ', COUNTY AGENT ACTIVITI ES!nish l the ,armors of the county at a, i ...... -= =- - :-- ~=: -- -= .... ----:: : ieost of $9,858 to the farmers. This i Farm Bureau Membership Drive. strychnine has been used to mix 39,-~ CHIEF JUSTICE IThe organization eomnfittee of the 96(.) quarts of poisnn. The poison has ! Whltma~ County Parm Bureau re- I - ......... been nsed by 849 farmers represent- ',Vashh~g~on, l) C.-- William Howard ports a very snecessful campaign in. ing a total average of a58,299 acres. Taft ex-1)rt~sident, was nominated by President Harding re be chief jest/co of the Uzh~.ct Slatos and bis nomina. Lion w~ou.confirmed by ti~e se-na.le in or eulgarhy, "/lid while it (,ztlls for executive)s,~ssmn mt~scular excellence and skill, there The Lu)tnlt~axion ~as not confirmed i~ nolhhlR ;.botlt ]l thal arouses the! w//Item opposition, however, and a 1,rutat mstiucts ,\ baseball Player l tel]vail was demanded. The opposition (will be [)rofano a, nd ready t. enter l ,~as re.iced by Senators Beta.b. idaho: ] into ;t (,OllT.rovers} eyrir ;he difference ,[obnfloa. i~allfornJa and Im Pellet/e, tel ~c hair's breadti~ iu ;t baseball Wisconsin. all republicans, n)onrh~< the official report, ,~eer0rary Weeks, in dis(.ussing the .... ., ,. , , , ,, bill. said that if the war deparlmenl su('.,'ee(l+,d in meeLlng the limitafions t}npo.~e,~ by t~ongres.% s(m,e 30.0t)0 ,, m m -- me..~, m..~. m, ,,, civitian employes o~ the army. be- HARRY s|d~s Ibo 703)00 enlisted ruen, wo~fld 1)o Chrown on the labor market. ..... = ............ [i Coming too. He has DEMAND CURB ON ORIENTALS never been here before such a name in the locality he is a[ i contented an4 loyal fltizen. The! " I small town Is the bahmee wheel of} the nation. It maintains our na- tional equilibrium. In times of na- tlonal danger it is the small town lout who answers the first eall Io arms. He ~enerally comes hack from the conflict a better and more useful Oregon State Lecjion Convent}on Urges Land limitation=. ,~11geue, Or. --- Oregon'~ ex-service men wiU not rest until a etteck is placed npon the oriental. Such was and willarrive soon with "TOM and DICK" man. We may poke fun at the small /owner or hick. if YO,~ prefer, but al! the same; he l.~ th~ mainstay nf (h,t nattnn. plaead )U)~m )be ba]{ot at th~ llext geu~,ral edc