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July 29, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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............................................................................ . :'~ . ." T ..................... . ----~ _ ~:-'~ ...... ~ ~ .... ill l'lllll' rJ~II0 t I .tI ~ ,17Y~ WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING Charles Smith made a trip to Gen- ing the summer and will enter the esee Monday. }mliversity again in the fall. Henry McGregor is moving into i F. B. Allen of Spokane is visiting Martin Sunday. They were en route: home from Pullman. Adolph Throop is taking his an- nual vacation and Miss Dorothy So-, vers is taking his place at Mechlem's pha.rmacy during his absence. , with lhe J. T. Bittick and C. V~r. tile Buchanan house ~ . . . ~ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Easter of Seat- , Miss Elsie Smith was in GarficdlIFage families. ]tie, Mrs. George Easter and Mrs. Har-I l~rtday and Saturday. Mru. C. H. Lebold and Mrs School- vey Taylor of FarmlngtoR visited at i J. B. Dudley recently purchased ing of Seattle are visiting withIthe J. A. Miller home last Friday. a new Buick roadster_ i Charles Lebold l ....... ] ~vtiss ueneweve Dartt returnee Mrs. Wbiielaw of Scotland i~ visi~-! Mrs. Mettle Murphy of Oakland, lifom summer school at the Univer- lug with Mrs. F. A. Bettis. ~California is visiting her sister. Mrs., slty of Idaho at Moscow Friday. She Mor~ Horner. Mrs It. A. Malsed and daughter Ruth were in Spokane Monday. J. E. Wolheter retorned from a trip to Davenport and the Columbia .lohn Irwin of Pullman is viMting river recently. with his cousin, Jack h'win. Miss Nellie Egan ix visiting with her grandmother, Mrs Pearson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charle~ E. Day. a. girl. Thursday morning. Dr. Harrison and Lloyd Miller re- Lnrned from Ferry county Sunday. q Born--do Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mil- ler on July 23 a son; weight, 91~ lhs. Dr. Harrison and L. G. Witbeck ,)f Walla Walls drove to Bovill \Vedn~z- day Mrs. F~ A. Bettis and Mrs, I). Harshman were in Moscow last Sat- urday, Vivian Howell is suffering from an attack of scarlet fever, fte is (loin~ nicely. Miss El hel MeCauley of l)ayton is visiting with her sister, Mrs..lame~ Byerly XV. W. Shore of Farminffton was transacting business in Palouse last Tuesday. T. C. Waller has accepted a. posi~ Tion with tbe Interstate Trading Company. It. A. Sever~ is putting in a .~epth', Innk and remodeling his house throughout. Thomas and John Collins are cn- joying a visit fron~ a niece from D~s Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Pauline Huntley~ of Endicott i~ visiting her granddaughter, Mrs ~ George A. Rogge, manager o1' the P,)tltttch hotel, was in P:douse a few bours Tuesday. Mrs. D. l~. Triable and daughter Frances returned from a viM/ to l'sk Monday evening. i J. B. Dudley was in attendance a! the merchanl's convention at Spo- kane last, week, Mrs. Maguire and daughter Vir- /,isis of Spokane visited her brother R, L. Smith last week, Nan Biltick came home from Spo- kane Saturday for an over Sunday visqt with her parents. Mr,~. Eva Manring returned to Pullman Monday. She had been vis- iting with Mrs. L. R. Crow. have Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, who been visiting Mrs. John Davis, have returned to their home in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. E. Klingman and son, .lack, are visiting C. H. Farnsworth.i Mrs. Klingman was formerly Lula[ I ~arnswrth' [ George Shields sod wife started] foti Seattle Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. i J./A. Miller accompanied them as f~ as Spokane. ,/Miss Stella Brown came down from Spokane Monday evening for a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs l,eon Brown, I.ynn Ross has been suffering with the pink eye the last few days. George l ,l. G. Andrew. Peck is substituting for him at Well'~ ,\iarvin Scott came home from & Byron's grocery. ',amp l,ewi.~ Monday. He was at the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carpenter of camp with the Idaho State university 'rekoa and Mrs. Stuart of Farming- cadets. He will remain at home dur- ton visi!ed a few hour.q with W. M. per. An Insurance Claim ii That VVasn'r Paid. Not far from here is a man who holds a grudge against his insurance company. His home was fully covered a~'ainst fire. The insurance company ~s a revutable one. When fire came it paid every claim EXCEPT ONE. It would not pay for the little pile of ashes found in the charred bureau--his savings for two years. The $1000 should have been safely in the bank working for its owner &awing interest. Farmers National Bank ~):~LOUSE. ~V &SHINGTON I I I I I I SacKs and Binder Twine Now that the crop is in it is time tc begin to figure cn~ the harvest and think of SACKS and BINDING TWIBE, We have a car of Twine on the road and will have two or three cars of Grain Bags here in time for Threshing. Also Sack Twine, Timothy Hay, Rolled and Whole Oats, :Baby Chick Food, Milk Mash. Egg Mash, Cracked Corn and Mill Feed always on hand. TIMOTHY HAY FROM $22 PER TON TO $26 PER TON. Prices Are Right. See Us Before Buying A.J. Webster Company 0rain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE POTLATCH J I I I I _ Nil _J I J I expects to enroll again In the fall. James Byerly has severed his con- x~ections with the Interstate Trading Comp'my. G. R. Wooley of Coeur d'- Alene has been employed to fill his place. Mrs. B. F. ~,Vells, Mrs. Ada Oderlin and Lrs. A. P. Murray made a trip to Mizpah mine on a huckleberrying ex- pedition last Friday, returning Sat- urday. Robert V, ritbeek of Hartford, Conn., is visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Har- vishm, and his mother, Mrs L. G. Witbcck, who is visiting with the! ttarviSons. i fli~., and Mrs. F. M. Corwin of Spo- kane drove down Tuesday for a visit with his father and mother, Mr. and IMrs. C. L. Corwln. They returned Wednesday. Tom Oderlin of the East Cove diso .~ri,-t, who broke his I~g L0ecoration day, was in town Thurs(h:y. Hi~ in- jured limb is strong cnovgh to per- mlt the removal of the cast. Misse~ Elva and and Ella Boller who have been working in Spokane rel.urned homo Sunday. They left this week for Rosalie where they have secured mnployment. Mi,~u Golda Wilson. sister of Mrs. R. I,. Smith, is so far recovered that she was able to come to Palouse Mon- day. She is improving rapidly and will soon be in her usual health. H. M. Gray of Potlatch was in Pa- lense Thursday. Fie had just re- turned from a trip over into Adams county, where he has farming inter= e~,ts. He nays that wheat there is spotted, going from 6 to 18 bushels per acre _ ~ i AMONG THE CHURCHES Holy Trinity Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m_ NO preaching services will be held dur- ing July. Catholic Church, Ma.~s will be said on Sunday, Au- gust 14, at 9 o'clock. There will be no services in July. CARL PHILIPP, Pr~stor Baptist Chtwch. The sermon on Sunday morning will be the first of a series on "Who [u Cod? .... Who Is the Devil? .... Who Is Man?" "Who Is the Father?" "Who Is the Son? .... Who Is the Holy Spirit?" The sermon Sunday will be on "Who Is God?" Sunday school at 10 o'clock. In the evening the young people's socie- ties of the town will meet in a union meeting at the Baptist church at 7 sharp. The services at 8 o'clock will also be a union meeting. Be sure to come. On Thursday evening at (clock will be the prayer meeting. Von are ,all invited. Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday school at 10. Morning wor- ship at 11. There will be no services In the evening on account of union meeting at the Baptist church. The Deaconess hospital has'sent us a barrel of jars to be filled with fruit. If you can fill one or a dozen jars see Mrs. Grady or the pastor, Latter Day Saints. Sunday school at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Preaching at 11:00. Elder Oscar Case of Spokane will occupy the pulpit. He is a very able speak-J er, having been sent out by the gen- eral conference for several years. The public is cordially invited to meet w'.th us at the Legion hall above the Interstate Trading Company's store NEW TREATMENT FOR SMUT Excellent Results Have Been Obtained by Use of Copper Carbonate. Finely powdered copper carbonate dusted on seed wheat at the rate of four ounces per bushel is a new treat- ment for smut which in recent trlalu at the State college promises better results than the regular bluestone and formaldehyde treatment. The] tests have been made by George L.i Zundel, extension plant pathologist,i .in cooperation with the county agentI of Franklin county. ) In the tests from which results are available, the seed treated with pow- dered copper carbonate produced 84 per cent good wheat, the dry sulphur treatment gave 77 per cent good wheat and the formaldehyde 66 per cent.i In another field seed treated with copper carbonate produced 84 per cent good wheat and the bluestone treatment gave 74 per cent. I I IHI I[ I II I I ~FOR--- Colic Remedies --SEE-- BAILEY The Veterinarian Palouse, Wash. Mail Orders Filled. Phone 131-R ~tate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucae County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la senior partner of the firm of F. ,I. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City Of Toledo, County and State atoresaicl, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eactl and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this ~th day of December, A, D. 1886. A.W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken in- ternally and acts through the Blood op the Mucous Surfacee of the System. Sen** for testimonials, free. F'. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Famll~ Pills for constipation. Good Hotels Welcome "A.B.A." Cheques Hotels and transportation companies everywhere accept American Bankers Association Cheques as readily as money in payment of bills. Your countersignature identifies you when presenting them. They are sale to carry, because Cheques not counter- signed are of use only to the owner, and if lost or stolen may be replaced upon proper application. SECURIIY SIAI[ BA~K, PALOUS[, WASH. MADAME MAJER tlyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash, Accordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitching, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPI ATTENTION GLASSIFIEO AOVEBIISI[6 FOR SALE---Refrigerator and small violin. C. E. Abernathy. 20-1 XVANTED--Second hand feed sacks. Farmers Uunion Co. 20-2 JITNEY for hire. J. C. Davis. Tele-phone 163 -R. 20-tf FARM WANTED--want tO hear from owner of a farm or good land ~o~,,~!e for fall delivery. L. Jones, ~x 551, Olney, Illinois. 20-1-p JUST ARRIVED--Good Flooring, $I0.00 per M.; Rustic and Shiplap, $12.00 per M.; 12-inch Boards and other items at special prices; stand-' ard Shingles, 40c per bundle, Pot- latch Lumber Company~ 20-tf SALE--One Columbia Coal Range in A 1 condition, hot water grate and reservoir. W~ W. P.Co. 19-~ FOR SALE---Ford car in good repair. Fine puller. Price reasonable Phone 62. FOR SALE---WIll 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 au part payment. Mrs. P. B. Lyon. 19-tf i i~I~,Vg--lO-~ aere;-of timber iand ihat I will sell for $550; situated 12 miles from Palouse; 250,000 feet na. tive timber; gored water and well lo- cated. Can give payments. G. D. Kincaid. 19-tf SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs. J. M. Rls- ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone {26J i~R ESSMA KI N G---dressma kin g done by Mrs. Gee. M, Carey, corner J and Maxwell streets. 36 Oulet Restful Cows /,i I Give More M Use Dr. Hess Fb Y Makes a Great Diffirence FOR COWS AND HORSES GUARANTEED Palouse Pharmacy The l exall Store Use It Then i We Will Lend a Valet AutoSb'op Safety i thirty days trial. If you th~ to keep it, pay us$5.00fori I[~ return it without furtherol You ot ng, Razor. The Valet AutoStrop Safety Razor is a Complete Shaviug Service. It is more than a razor--more than a saferT device. Can be sharpened, used and cleaned without taking apart; without even re- moving the blade. And like a perfectly stropped ordin- ary razor, the blade 'improves with use. It doesn't cost you e cent to prove Any responsible party can arrangement over our counter for this Free Trial. have a charge account, write and we will send it to you You are given the trying this wonderful Razor out anF kind of risk. For a your shaving will cost you ---then if diamtisfied it witheat further can get along without it. A Razor and Sta'opplng Machine Combined in On~ fl[NRY KARfSI[i)I, Jeweler, Woodcock Brand John Elb's Extra Macaroni WELLS BYRON Phone 48. ...................................... all this to your own satisfaction. 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 ~I to rent during the summers, Mrs, Ads Oderltn, Whitman streeL ,I l, CASE MACHINI~Ry--.'fra~I~ St~,roer, agents for J. I Case Ma- clilnery conlpany. Tractors, road gila., thiner.% threshing machines, plows and belting.~Address Potlatch, Idaho WHEAT HAS ADVANCED from 85 cents to $1.13 per bush'el, but we have not raised the price of home grown wheat flour. $1.50 per sack, $6.00 per barrel.--Palouse Milling Company. cherries Wm~ Brunet, Tel. 6F11. 18-2 WANTED--Position as cook in cook house. Inquire Mary Lyons, Pa- louse, Wash. Phone 16F2. 18-3 FOR SALE--Standard sewing ma- chine. Inquire Model Cafe. 14tf LOGAN BERRIES ARE NOW ON the market. Orders should be sent in early to insure delivery. Leave orders at the Stevens house on South hill or telephone 147J. Gee-Rob- ertson. 20-tf. WOMAN COOK--A No 1 experienced, wants job on cook wagon for large crew through harvest. Write Blanche White, Fellx, Oregon. 19-2 { ........... ' ........................ George W. Clous will again visit Palouse Monday and Tuesday, August Ealouse. He will examine your eyes J ~";US+ without charge and fit them to your perfect satisfaction. If you need your glasses in your frames it will pay you Wallt to see him. All work guaranteed. in Want Column. You m what. you want; and neighbor has it to s'ell. A few lines Column will bring results. Try it once.