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July 15, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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July 15, 1921

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THE VOLUME XXV. NO. 18. PALOUSE REPUBLIC PALOUSE. WHITM/L~ COUNTY. WASHINGTON. !CITY'SBUSINESs RESPONSE SLOW ....... l Excellent Scllool Facilities Attract~ Eden Valley Fill Is Almost Completer MEET SATURDAYi IS INCREASING FOB ARMENIANS, .ks zinc time api,roucizes fur thef i Joe Pranzen was in Palouse Wed- ........... io!wnin~ of the Palou.~e schools pro!lie i ..... iL*esday and stated that the fill at WILL READJUST WAGE SCALE{ ure I,c~inning to inspect property JPALOUSE 5YERCHANT BELIEVE$~I RESPONSE INDICATES PEOPLE" Eden Valley church was almost eom- wilich is for sale. On Tuesday Mrs. W. }pieted. He said that he would sus- Ie. Belrai] sold her imme in Pah,uset IN FUTURE OF CITY~BUSI~IESSI ARE TIRED OF WAR DRIVES---! peud road work until 'after harvest. t(:, A. H. Pahner of Clarkston. Mr. ! ! ~ "A contractor is b~Iilding a bridge p.~lmer ires a family and purchased[ LARGER. THAN LAST YEAR-- MEMBERS OF CONGRESS Wfl~x~Y(at Chase's mill," continued Mr. tl~e home in order tllat his chihtrenI )fUCH MACHINERY S0LD I OF COMMITTING THEMSELVES.[ Pranzen," and it will be completed in might enjoy the excellent school ad- /lime for wheat hauling, Mr. Pranzen has not yet began to v~mtag~s which Palouse erjovs .......... ' , Pmsines (onditions in Pa ouse ~re! "'he ~eeble response to the appeals Airs. tieivDlI Will purcnase a sma,-t I . cut his Fortyfold, but said that those: ......... lizlu~stlliy good when compared with: for the persecuted Armemans indi- or nellie in l~alouse ,qD(! ooutinlle ner l " " resMenee here. I other towns of its size in the count)', ca(e.~ a weariness ,m the part of the of his neighbors who had begun were JZrLy 15, 182] :remit g ESEN~ 'nU~ orld ,~ SheldM Edwar~ SET AT COLFAX THRESHINO PRICES WILL BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING. In ,~rder to est-thliM/ ~, wage ~('al~ Ihat is vonsidered just h) all con- earned, the farmers, threshermen a.l~d laborer~ will ilold a meeting at the City hall in Palonse Saturday at l:3{I p, is., [or lhe ptlrpose of dis- eassing v,-;iges and price of thresh- ing for th(, colnJn~ harvest., A n~eettng of fv.rmcrs was held aJ Colfax some time ago. at which lira,~ a. Wage ~cale we,.. established, l)t~ 1.he farmers only were rcpre~et 1(-:.i The ~arnlers of the ]~:,h)use districl Ih~lgl)~ i[ advisable |,~ call a h)c;,l taeethlg and ask the Iab,n'er~ and [}irosberlnell It) participate. "~,Ve \x'isb to set a wage that L~ right ~.nd just for all." :~ahl & local farater, "und tills can be established Only by having :,11 classes prenonl and discussin~ ~ he situation ia ,, friendly way." l" A similar n ectin~o- we:< bald u~ V,- ( _ , ,,o l:2st )ear with ex(,ellenl result~ and it is ox0ee(ed that this meeting ~7ill he well attended and that a SChedule will be worked out that will be satisfactory to all. The Prier for thre~hina will also be dist'uSsed a.l lhi~ meeting. The ii!co Per bushel has not been defi- ~ely fixed, but it is ~ulderstno,l u~t ~Ome of the threshermen are askillg l~ cents per bushel. This Prle~ is not satisfacturv to the farm- ~rs and they hope to .~eoure a co(]m,- ,on from this price. Below is the schedule ,,f wa~os at the meeting? held in Colfax farmers some time ago, It will as n basis from which to work local meeting Saturday. li trio doubt be n~cessary to make UStments in all the Driers fixed meeting: Ilg .................... ,$2.50 ................... 2.00 .................. 3.0O box drlver~ ..... .... 3.09 drlvers. : ............. 2.00 as. Per team and wagon 1.50 ..................... 3.00 stationary engineer~. 8.00 ~tstlonarv " ...[ en gineerq. 6.00 ~Ine man ..... 7.00 se~)arator men ......... 8.00 Senarator men .......... S.00 ................... 5.00 sewers, statinn~ry ....... 5.0q sewers, combine ......... .5.00 river s'nd header man. 4.00 l~uneher .............. 5.00 .............. 5.00 .................. 5.00 Piteb ................. 4.00 ~rker.~ .................... 2.00 " .... v ............. :::?w,, " ~- mk drivers ....... 2 f) 0 u'at hanlers ............. .~.09 This is tile second sale of Palouse property reported in the lasl few days und others are looking over Pa- louse property with a view It) buyitl~ I)()'~Ol'~? school el)ells. [I: an interview with E. E. Boone, Im(,ide I,i' war drives, but the qm)ta i:s mauager of the Pak)use Hardware &i very small and in view of the fact imt, letuent company, he said: "We that. other COl/lnlutlities in the eouut5 lmve just closed our books for Jtlue are resi)onding to this cull for relief ,nd find that our business is as good,il seems as though Palouse, with her "~s it was in June last year, the busi-!s!dendid outh)ok for bounteous har- ne,~s |eta[ins us much in dolht:.~~ vests should answer tile appeals from New York Attorney Visits Parents. E. It. Bmgess ~f New York h ~ b},,~n visiting his latimer. P. F. Bur- ge~s. the pa.~l few days. Mr, V, ur.'.::ess is att~,ruoy for the [,ehigh V~iile:. rui!ro:,d in Ne~ York. tie left r,,r his home q'ue~day, Kning b3 way of "b~ Yellowstone nati(,n:~l park. lib: father accom!)anied hin~ :in far as Rl),);(ane Tennis Club Repairs Courts. The ~ennis club of I'ahmse in giv- it~J colitis on l'~,l[ain st/eel :L [h(irotlgh %:oing ov/}r whiell inlDroves tile ~liJ+ ~)earanee of the grounds wonderfull}. The lournament held at Potlatch during the week of the Pourth has stimulated [he interest io tennis ,\veil pleased with the outlook, al- tbongh there is considerable smut In evidence. Miss Golds Wilson IlL A few days ago Mrs. Robert Smith received word that her sister, Miss Golda %Vilson. was very 111 at Seattle. worLb o1' business do[le, and eollsht-~ ,~:;,~rvillg v, oll:('n ;rod children ,u ;l ~'ri~tg llllit we elfar discotlnts for cash lllOre sul)sl;+t}tini lllallner. l the v(dunle of merchandise han(t~cd is: I'p to ~.;~:,! the contl'ihiition~ fill excess