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July 29, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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FIVE BIG STEAMERS SEIZED Lenee Alleged to Have Violated Con- trsct with Shipping Board, New York.- Five of the lar~,sl and finest sioamslhips ill the i'riilpd SlalP~ nlerchant nlltrille, which )lad beam i-:ilarterod to the l.'nilod StaI,,~ d.il ~tealllship (,oral)ally, were seiz(~d I)y representatives of iho Unilod Slal(,~ shipping board, boc;Juso of an alloa'ed violation of (.onlract. The seized vessols, all ex-(~erman liners, are the George Washington, America, Susquehanna. President Grant Slid Ati~alllon/llOll. l~ailure of lhe stoanlshil) colnpany to pay rentals whi(:h aggreaut~d lip l~t tile time of tile seizilre abi')ut .$401t,OOH, was given as the principal reast)n f(n' the board's action hy FAt/ler Srhlesiw gel ilS general eouBsol. IBusinest Men F'ight Jap Deportation. TBrlock, Cat.- BllSiilOS~ lilPil of Tiir- lock, through the chanltter of (Nilii Ill#rOe. went on l'tTeOl'(] in a rosohl!i[ni idopted agaiilst t'oreitllo sleps aga iusl tile Japanese. {.7ounty officiaf,~ pro dieted serious trouble for wiiiI~ fruil workers if all)" more UlOt) illivau('~'~ are nlalie against [lie oriolii;ils, Sllch as the. recent raid in which about 140 Japanese wore loaded iIllt) frill!ks ])y a CI'OW(I of ~,l']li~ l'OSld~'lllS, I:al'l'ied ()11! ()|" IOV. II ;ll)(t Ol'dcrf.d ytt~\'f!r [+o re- rllrlt. Lile Is Washington Dry Agent. \~a~h illL~I (it!, .A. ppoinl Ilirqit of i{oy ('. !.ih> I,i" S+.ulIIo ;t5 led'~i(U~lia! nmlidale just issued cl)tlt+q'~ IllllJll Cllal'lc,~ [{. (!l';Jlle. lht' rolii'ill~ .\lJli,l';('~lll lllilii: {i'i'. tl 131)- lot Ill" holl)l', ill lip ~tiillt. Ill;ill!lull~ [ is t,tn'~ff,rr,.d II])l)ll ),lr:;. (~l'illll~, Camp Lewis A~my Units Reduced. Tacl)lita, \V{i~li. "I'll,, I:(;iirth div- isilui at ('fillip l.t.\~is Ilow llllliil)iq'~ l)lll :~7~l)~ ull,ll, havill; hlsl :~lli9 soldb~rs liy dis(;harlt~. Sill('c~ .Jill3 1. The divisi()il is ~16;17 lllidt~y ir~ illl!ht;lizcd ~Jcdt'0 tt relil~th. Bargains in GRAIN BINS We have a supply of galvanized grain bins on hand which we are offering at the fol- lowing exceedingly low prices, F. O. B. Cottonwood, 1000 Bushel Iank - - 1500 Bushel Tank - - 2000 Bushel Tank - - - $150.00 - 200.00 - 250.00 Here is your chance to get your Grain Bins at less than whole- sale price- Use phone or writ~. Cottonwood Hardware.& Implement o. cot m~w0on, re,no. You Will Have to Hurry If you want to get a 1000-Bushel Iung-Lok 6rain Bin This year we have only 8 of them left at $115.00 C .SH IHER[ WON'I BE ANY MORE AT THIS PRICE H. E. C RO E PHONE 144-L. PALOUSE, WASH. I Bread Memories Somehow your next door neighbor's after-~hool slice of bread and brown sugar always looks thicker, more sugary, more buttery. than the one you had just swallowed and which left you but slightly satisfied. Buy Krispie Krust Bread and bring' back that youthful appetite. Pure, wholesome bread as a diet will do it. The Pal0use Bakery illll ii Ulnll inlll i , i, t i iiii i MRS. REMS,BERG, i I Mrs. C. M. Remsberg of Santa An~,,iIU Cal., who is a sister of President ;J Harding. 1919 IN00ME TAX IS $1,269,000,000 "~Vasliil~lon, FI. ("--'l'ho govariunolrt ohlaiued il lolal of $l.71~(.).lili0.(li)il IB rev(>lllle fro!}l ppi"SOllal incolile |ilXtlS ill 1919 aii hl(.rPiiso Of $141,900.0(10 ('OlnlJarl2d v.iih 191,~. a(.cordillg ill a IJrolillliliary reporl (if ill('Onlo lax i'o+ t~lrns made imhlic liy Internal Re~,'- t?llllO ('Ollillli.~ilHIor Blair. "l'h, (.O~llliliSSiOliPr's report Mtowed there woi'o 5,:g2:~,Td0 personal i'Plllrlls filo(I in the ealpiidsr year 1919. rolire- ,~elltinR ;~ gr(~wfh of 907,046 from 1918, while ih(~ iolal a|ll01lll| of nol ill('OIIIO l~p(il'ted for 1919 was $19,~45.q,(Hl(iAI00, all ilicroase Of $3,fi;;4,000,001i ovor tile previolls year. Tile average llel il-lcolue per rOlllrll for 19.19 was $2724 I 7} iho average amount of tax ,~3g.0g. and tlle ave- rage tax raiP 6.39 per (.ent. Tllere were filed 65 reiurus of net ,hicome of St,000000 and over; 1149 of $500,/i(i0 1o $1,0(t0,0tii; 425 of t'roui $;101).i)flt) to $5t)0,t)t)t); ]864 of $150,l)i)t) 1o'$301).000:2'Oil ~;()]d. :l('('Ol'l]ill~ Io annoliiiceuloili inside 'hv \Vii]l~r .I. Itubinsoii, ;issisiallt ll)aila~Ol" ~ENUINE ""BULL" 'i~ -DURHAH tobacco makes 50 ci~areftes for lOc .:o 4, o:, , + o:, + o:.