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daughter, Mrs. L. Seymour, left this ]AT YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE OOlNGtweekforGoldHili, where they wil, Dasah is harvesting at En-!Vera Mahner of Colfax accompanied!camp until Sunday. att. l~hem on their return. She will visiti Mrs. Ethel Knobe and son carl br~ Field.~ let~ Taesd:~y for lr~u'rv I with tllcm for a few days. have returned to their home at St. Maries after visiting for several days \~V~ ~;:,ina Mc(lahan of Yakima i:~ at the J. A Miller home. ':,ok .\nl(e,~,.n x~::~ :~ Spokane vi~- visiiing her sister, Mrs, Elmer San- The regular meeting of the Guild Tuesday~ dare. of this city. was held at the lIoly Trinity vicar- Ullery was over fro::] Full- ~r~. i. ,% Adam~ of l}a~enport vi~- ~ge Wednesday afternoon and light -MOnday. ited with her sister, Mrs Charle:' refreshments were servd. F]all~!~tru ',~::~ ilJ Si,)kane loi)~Ad on Wednesday. " ; 31r. ~nd Mrs. Howard Bramwell day and Saturday. Percy Ellis from Stiles, Idaho. w~ and Mr. and Mrs. McCaskey of Col- L. Young of Princeton was a in this city Tuesday. Mr. Ellis for-! fax c:dlcd on friends in Palouse Sun- visitor Tuesday marly lived at Palouse. ida):. They left in the aflernoon for !r "rod Mrs. \mold h:~w~ mov,>~i Mrs..lon,~.~ was taken to l~ewistoI~iPotlatch and Farmington. the Couplin house. \\',dnes(l:~y to receivc medical alton-! lVlr. and Mrs. George R. Fields of lion at the hosp tel there. :~e:~ttle are visiting with Mrs. Fields' Anderson is sufferin~ fr.~:n attack of tbe mumps. Mr~ Wttbeck. sister of Mrs Her- ])arents' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miller. 'le Hopkins was ttuckleberryin..~ vison i~ spending the week end at Mr. and Mrs. Fields autoed over, Dear), district Sunday Spokane and nearby lakcs. : ~t;ing the trip in 16 hours. Y J " Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Mct'herson and Roy Southworth is back from Can-I ~" . Parker of Harvard transact- Mr: . ;nd M~s: v. R .... l Smith ~ere, pR''- ad~ and reports that everything .is easiness in Palouse Monday. p.iekino' at the Cedars Sunday. burned up in the locaality he cameI larva Lebold and family, went f~w Teams are at work hauling gravel from. He wilt enter the services of, outing to Grizzly camp last week. ~,~ repairing the Potlatch road. the Comstocl~ battery station, Ini Irillard Heaton of Princeton was This improvement was badly needed, which he has an interest. lsiaess visitor in Palouse 'ruesda:: M. A. Berg, traveling passenger Rev. H. H. Mitchell, rector of the [ ~r. Harrison reports a 9 Gonad be- ~gent of the Northern Pacific was Moscow Episcopal church was in the girl born to Mr. and Mrs. G. O. transacting business in Palouse Mon-icity Saturday on his way home from day. i l'oth|tch where he conducted the fun- Anna h'win visit(i her son Mr. and Mrs. W. t{. Barnes of Spo-ieral services of Martin Foes, son of in Mo.~cow ti~e curly part of kane visited with Mrs. Barnes sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Foes. i Week. " Mrs. Ada Oderltn the first of the Thursday of last week the junior McLaw and wife are vi.~- week. imtxiliary of the Holy Trinity Epis- their ])aroma. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. II. I!de, general agent of the copal church met on the lawn of the Northern Pacific, with his wife and vicarage. After having listened to the r. and Mrs. R. C. Smith spent the son, spent the week-end with P. W. stories of the destitute children in With Mrs. Claude \Valters Greene. Europe they became interested and arfield. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Crawford ~ finished an entire Red Cross layette. N. SOUthwomh went io Lewis- Kennewick spent the week-end with A. J. Webster drove to Spokane to visit her son. Frank Mrs. Crawford's sister, Miss Florence Tuesday, going through Garfield, Burton. Oakesdale, Rosalie and over the M. Grlatm of ()akhn~d Call[or- Rex'. E. W. Burleson and sons came state highway to Spokane. He re- Visiting his daughter. Mrs down from the ranch in nothern Ida-turned by way of Valleyford, Rock- ho Saturday. They rcturned Sunday lfrd' l~airfield' Latah, Tekoa and lI. Martin nnd famih and Dick afternoon. ~Farmington. He says the wheat crop " Allen Lampherel i.. immense in every district he passed Were picnicking ~,t Grizzly l,ivey DeWeese, l) SUnday. and Harry Boone went to Garfield:~th'~ugh' ~ Lyoll~. f~)rmer elnl)lo)e ol' lho Sunday in the Palouse Hardware ~se bakery, returned from /~:~n[1- company sedan, i@ @ 41, ~, @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ 41' i~ AMONG THE CHURCHES TUeSday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ankcorn an-i ,b 4, @ @ @ 41, 4' 41, 41' 4, 41, @ @ @ I). P. Trimble and (laugu~er tertained their Sunday school classes Baptist Church. are visiting with Mrs. lr- at a picnic above the flour mill on After the Sunday school session Dr. ia Spokane. W,dnesday evening. A.H. Bailey of Spokane, the mission and Mrs. Henry Kartstedt ,,/Mrs. J. J. Johnson and daughter, superintendent of the eastern \Vash- ever to Colfax Sunday. Miss 'Phelma, and Mrs. W. S. Dartt and" ington and northern Idaho Baptist convention, will speak. Mrs. A. H. i Bailey, who is an accomplished i speaker, will also be present. Both i have been at the big convention at I De,~ Moines and will have most inter- i esting messages to give. Let every- body turn out. At night the B. Y. P. U. will meet !with the other young people's serie- I tie~ of the town at the Christian : ~ the TelI' [church. the union meeting of the |iI ~ i'()II[ ~). r ~ young people there will be, at 8 p. m. a union meeting of the churches ~'~ri[|bol~,~," The subject of the sernlon will be "The Churches." Rev. C. R. Delepine will preach this sermon by request. On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Sending mor.cy through ,he ,nail for deposi= in a bank prayer meeting will be held. You is one of the developments ~i modern civilization. The are all cordially invited to attend all these services. perfection of our postal system ha~ rendered this method .................. Holy Trinity Church. of banking safe and speedy. Sunday school at 10 a. m. No We are prepared to serve you by marl with the same scrtt- u.eaching services will be held dur- pulous care as if you stood in person before ~he Teller's ing July . ....... Window. Catholic Church, Mass will be said on Sunday, Au- Your deposits will be promptly acknowledged ~ your with- gnst 14, at 9 o'clock. There will be no drawals promptly paid services in July. CARL PHiI,IPP, pastor Methodist Episcopal Church F , .... " National Bank ~u.o~,. July 24, 1921. sunday aFIIIt..I b school at 10 a. m. Morning wor- }'~1.( l~qE WASHINGTON [ship at 11 a. m. Theme ~Purpose ' !and Program of the Church. No ser- vices will be held in the evening at the Methodist church on account of the union services at the Christian church. Rev. C. R. Delepine will be t, ttosttAt, t~$$~nvtt I the speaker of the evening. His theme will be "The Churches." .... Obituary Josepl| T. Arnold was horn at Sen- eca Falls, N. Y., July 24, 1847. acks and Binder Twine He was educated at Wesleyan Col- lege, and later came to Nicollet coun- ty, Minnesota with his father, Ray. J T. Arnold. : He was married to Mary L. Coup- lin on Dec 25, 1879 at St. Peter, Min- nesota. : Accompanied by his family, he llow that the crop is in it is time to begin to figure Ol~ came to the Palouse country tn 1907 ~ hle harvest and think of SACKS and BINDING TWINE. We and located in Latah county, where ve a ear of Twine on the road and will have two or three cars :he resided until his death which oc- of 9rain Bags here in'time for Threshing. I cured July 13, 1921. ~1~Also Sack Twine, Timothy Hay, Rolled and Whole Oats, by Chick Food, Nilk Mash, Egg Mash, Cracked Corn and ll Feed always on hand. TIMOTHY HAY FROM $22 PER TON TO $26 PER TON. Prices Are Bight See Us Before Buying'. J. Webster Company Grain. Feed, Flour. }ALOUsE POTLATCH --FOR-- Colic Remedies --SEE-- BAILEY The Veterinarian Palouse, Wash. Mail Orders Filled: Phone 131-R ....................................... ~tate of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, as. Frank J. Chancy makes oath that b~ Is senior partner of the firm of F. J, Cheney & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum o[ ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH ~ArEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed it. my presence, this 6th day of December A. D. 1886. A.W. OLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken in- ternally and acts through the Blood o,~ the Mucous Surfaces of the System, Ss.a for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., To|~o, Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. MADAME MAJER tiyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Accordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitching, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION [;LASSIFIEO AflVERTISILG WOMAN COOK A 1 EXPERIENCE wants job on cook wagon for large crew through harvest. Write Blanche \Vhite, Felix Oregon, 19. FOR SALE---One Columbia Coal Range in A 1 condition, hot water grate and resorvoir. W. W. P.Co. 19-f FOR SALE---Ford car in good repair Fine puller. Price reasonable Phone 62. FOR SALE---Vv'ill sell our home on Cannon street; 6 large rooms, open :stairway, good cellar, stone founda- tiontion under house; barn, good shed for garage or fuel; water piped into house and outside hydrant. Will consider automobile as part payment. Mrs. P. B. Lyon. 19-tf FOR SALE--Royal Ann Cherries, 2c per pound and Pie Cherries lc per pound if you pick them. Children not wanted in the orchard. Mrs. George Sellers. 19-1-p I HAVE 106 acres of thnber land that I will sell for $550; situated 12 miles from Palouse; 250,000 feet na- tive timber; good water and well lo- cated. Can give payments. G. D. Kincaid. 19-tf F-0ii SALE~MY flaME Catherine Andrew. 19-1-p POR 'sALE-~Ptano and i2'f-oot solid oak dining table. Catherine An- drews. 19-1-p SITUATION BY A MIDDLE AGED lad), with girl four ),ears old as housekeeper in some honle. Mrs. B. R. F. D. Box 58. Phone 12Fll Pa- louse. 19-1t-p. SPIRELLA coRsETS-Mrs. J. M. Ris- ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J WANTED--Second hand Ford car; box behind preferred. Stanley An- derson, Palouse, Task 17-tf DR EssrdA KING-- dresmnaktng done by Mrs. (leo. M. Care>', corner J ,n(l Maxwell streets. 36 ItO,ME GROWN-WHEAT FLOUR manufactured out of Marquis, Club ~ad I~%rty Pohl wheat, pre war price, $1.50 per sack, $6.00 per barrel--- p alouse Milling Company. ROOMS--I have several good rooms to rent during the summers. Mrs. Ads Oderlin, Whitman street. ,. I CASE ~iACH-iNellT/:r:a(i, St.raor, agetlls f(~r J ! Case Ma. chJllery conlp~tuy. Tra(H(lrl4. roat~l IllS' ctllery, threshing machlues, plows and belting.--Address Potlatch, Idaho wHEAT--HAS AI)~;.'kNCED " -from 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. OXHART CHERRIES FOR SALE-- He is survived by hl~ wife, two Mrs. C. L. Corwin, Church st. 18-2 sons, William and Charles, who re- FOR-SALE-~A" six-room house tL~o side in Palouse, and a sister, Mrs. blocks from high school. ~~'1 Carrie E. Bell, who resides at San woodshed, garden and fruit trees, Diego, California. " Mr_s_: P' B: }:yons: ............ l_8:t_f- -~~ FOR SALE--Royal Ann and Lambert Card of Thanks [ cherries. Win. Bruner, Tel. 6Fll. t : We wish to thank our friends forI 18 2 kindness shown and for the floralI, ~'" ...................... : : : offerings at the funeral of our hus-l FOR SALE--Sweet c.~erries and Lo- 'band and father, iganberrles C. J. Dills. 18-2t-p, MRS. J. T. ARNOLD, i WANTED--Position as cook in cook C. F. ARNOLD, t house. Inquire Mary Lyons, Pa- W. J. Arnold. I louse, Wash. Phone 16F2. 18-3 Card of Thanks iv0R SAUE~-standard sewing-me- Mr and Mrs H A Foss wish toI chine. Inquire Model Care. lltf thank their friend; for their tenderI DRESSM~.-KIN(I--~rANT~I~t--h--o-me :sympathy during the illness andI or by day.~Mrs M. R. Thompson, death of their son, Martin. [Church street, Don't Envy Them Do you envy some neighbor who seem~ to be getting along a little better than you do The chances are that his success is due to ~ome special plan which you can adopt with equal success. Your neighbors handsome bank acount is the result of many small deposits made often..That plan is easy but it pays handsomely. We always welcome thv small regular deposits of all those who are willing to adoptthis system-- It means sure success in due time. Think it Over Security State Bank Quiet Restful Cows Give More Milk I I Use Dr. Hess Fly Chaser Makes a Great Diflirence FOR COWS AND HORSES GUARANTEED Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall Store cann m& e ier CANNING is a real pleas- ure when you have a good oil cookstove. Just light the burner and the steady, dean, intense heat is driven directly a- gainst the cooking. The kit- chen stays ,clean 'and com- fortable. To insure best results use only Pearl Oil. Pearl Oil is clean burning and uniform. Refined and re-refi~ed by a special process. Most eco- nomical to use. For sale by dealers every. where. Order" by name-- Pearl Oil. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) PEARLOIL HEAT AND LIGHT