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August 5, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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nnD nc on n wnclplace ,onday. Curtis Lezelle isI UUIIl|LO|U||ULl|UL!threshing on his home place. The1 tl~- . i \\'est Cove company machine starteJt J, COV~E. !(m Ihc I)urkop place near Palonse. ~r. allll Mrs E P Bail m~terl~in(,.I 'd,-< ~nna Gregory tlad tile mis- t delightful dinner u! their honm l' to have lle-[" ankle severely :(lay, The. guests were l)r. and sl)rain~'d by stepl)ing into a hole llran(lon of Garfield. Mr. altdlwhile carr'yiao ;a basket of cloihes to Brewer ef l)over, 'rellnessee, I { tie lille. and Mrs Frank Simon and Mi~ ~ ....... rgaret Simon of ('ottonwood. i KA}/~IAC lh's. L. McCaulev left Thursday for~, L:,.:~l week a party composed of Mrs. Ph0rne at Davton, Wash. She has'swan Olson and sons and Mrs. J. A i i a guest ~,t the lmme of her son, Seagle and children, Mildred, Clara ~"MeCauley, for several week,L and Rohert, and Mrs. Seagle's guesL ;~nly Gregory w.s a guesl :it tl~e,:Mis~ May Wormsley, motored up be- '.Berry tlolne Sunday ~c/nd Devil z~/ld canlDed wnd picked he girls' sewing circle met \vital" llttckleberries, returning home Sun- ~l SOnivi]le Thursday afternoon, day evening. girls are -ewinv f,)r the Euro- Miss Mav \Vormesley. who has be~,n ~Chlldren A lUl'Oe IloiHI)er weN,2 visiling for the l,)asl lnonth at the J. !l~llt and a grea! an~mlnl of w(/rl(i.x. ('e::gle home. has returned to Spo- ~llll)l|shed. At the eh)se of lhc ;.tf-~ )i:!oe |'VOlll where she expects to go to ll0on delici,ms rcfreMHnent:~ were~ t'orthHtd to visit her niother. v~d. * L Mrs. P~obert )~abb is suffering this ~l'. and Mrs. l~.~ 3' Soutitworth all:l'. \\ocR with toothache. ~lily of F'alott.';e were visiting{ Mis,~ Pearl l~abb went to Colfax ellds in the Cove S~lnda>'. i Sunday. ~Irs. \V. l-[. Stafflebach will he Mrs. ],Sn~ ('onner. froth Fossil, ]t~ss IO th() \Vollllln's l{.tlral club l ()rt:aon. was out to visit her brother. klllesdav afterno(m. August 1o. i \V;dtcr lllane, h/st week. Mr. anti Mrs. In'rank Simon. who .......... llt Several days in ('eve visitin:: PRINCETON. the homes of Mrs. Siln(!n's molher. Mrs. Wiliard Fleuton and sons, Joe t~. [)era Randall. and i~er sister, i ~,nd MearMd. and Mabel Gihnore rK E. p. t~all, leftL Monday f(Widrovc to Sl)al]gle "~Lles,lav to visit ~r hnme at Cottonwood. hluho. { Mrs. Heaion's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Scott l)ennison and |"rank Denniscm of Valleyford; Mr,' try ~nade the trip in their car. ~Ir. and Mrs. William Wilson re- ined recently fron~ ;i camping trip ,,the monnt'ains ne:,r the Mizpah ~lle. The), renort the huckleberries ~lltiftll and brou~:ht home more ten galhms. 1% E|va l~oller and Miss Hllen )ller of Potlatch spe, nt the week- dWith their sisler. Mrs. Curtis La- ~'he nl01nbers of the young" i)eo!)le'~ ta~s of ~3,'est Cove school are plan- i~lg on a picnic next ~qllnday, to })e t~(~ll in honor ef Miss Mar,garet gi- ~. It will be hehl along the river -~ar Wellesley. ~lias Doris" (h'ooks entertained a !i)!ber of young people at the home her brother, Orville Crooks, Sun-I t,v, The afternoon was delightfully RUSSIA AGREES TO FREE AMERICANS Senator France in Riqa and Advocates Resumption of Trade Relations. Rlga.--Soviet Russia has ngreod to release American prisoners and to ac- cept famine aid from the AnJerlcan relief association just at the motnent ,losepl~ 1. France, senator of Maryland, has roluraed here from Moscow deter- mined to advocate renewal of trade re!aLiens and perhaps diplomatic cola- ~ions bet,seen Russia and the United Stab,s, and bringing with Mm one of the prisoners, Mrs. Marguerite E. Har- rison of Baltimore, who was fr,'ed by his efforts. Senator France, who entered Russia skeptical of the advantage of immedi- ate diplomatic relations with the savior but believing trade relations wer~ vd- visabh~, has r,H urn,,d an enthusiast re: bet h. "l'h,,, soil:tier talkc(l with both I,eniil, aml TrolzRy and was llul)ressed by I I:t'lll. "i found thai tlle l~.ussiali gow~r:l- meat is haudling ',he situation In u stat;.'-smanlJlie way." he /said. "]_,Pnln~; is nlu(.h intcreshd ill' Allerlcall role- finns. Russian factories have not all (:t~ascd operating; inttlly are workilig and Mrs. [lawley of Moscow and Mr, well. They are Short of raw material. and Mrs. Richnlottd of California ~"gFnlS are ln'osperous where they at'(: were guests last week of Mr. an~t not in the famine and drought belt," Mrs. f;. F. Thomas. ~ "I am convinced Russia will carry A crew of 9 nlen fron~ the calnl)s :it out ally guarantee or concessioos mad~ Bovill came down to Princeton Sun- in return for credit," he declared. day It) fight a fire ill the Potlatch He said he was free to move about tinlber north of town. ']'hey hflve the and see what be liked, and the offL fire under control at the present time. clals admitted bad conditions where \Villi,m D:-tughs, 12-yar-old son of they existed. The senator secllred W H. I)aughs. died Friday morning. Mrs. Harrison's release independent of The funeral was held in the Palouse:the Hoover and Huges notes, (.omctery. Bain & McF'ariand started their threshing machine Tuesday on How- ~rd Hite's ranch, Everett Man President of Clerks, lit in social cha.t and with music ()lympia. Wash.--V,'alla Wa!la was Songs. Ic cream ~lnd cake were (-host:q~ its the ilext meeting place of fred, Those oresent were Rowena,' Hie coun y clerks of tile state at their ~lle~ and Edith Broyles, Genevieve ,.!osing session i]ere and Adrian Hui- '1%, Dorothy Edmonsson. Sever bert of Everett was elected president ~Nbv. " ,~ of the association for the ensuing year. ?hreshtng be,~an in this vicinity A fee hill prepared by the legislative is Week A. K. Barnett started on committee was adopted by the COll- Qeorge Gregory place Tuesday.. vention and this schedule will be sub- 0. Brov|es beffan on his home mitred te tile ~;eXl legisLlture. ~~//'~ And we can assist him if he '" Sunbeam ' n Flour ~~ Better Rlour than we make for you is impossible at any ~~ price. ~~ ~rheat and Oats taken in exchange for Flour and Feed at any time. "i xe .nder wan s,h Palouse Milling Co. N. B. HIINSPERGER, Manager. Palouae Washington FOR SALE i 22-1t. P. Advance [,gine With a 32-56 Nichols & Sheppard Steel Separator This is a Real Bargain if taken at 0nee. Potlatch Mercantile C0. POTLATCH, II)AtlO ii Freighter Ashore North of Willapa. Astoria, Or.--The Canadian govern- ment steamer Canadian Export, en route from Vancouver, B. C., to Port- land, ran ashore dllring a heavy fog early Sunday morning on the ocean beach just north or Willapa Ilarbor. Washington. PLY/ OUTH In Preparation for Harvest Binder Twine becomes an ur- gent need to be provided for. Of course you want good twine that you can safely depend upon to take you through har- vesting without hitch or kink. Most farmers in this locality will use Plymouth Twine this season because it is strong and smooth-running, and has always given the best of satis- faction at the least cost. That is why we handle Plymouth Twine-- to give you the most for your money. Tell us your requirements and we will set the twine aside for you. FARMERS UNION C0., Pal0use, Wash. % THE U. S. NOBBY TREAD Where the going is specially heavy with snow, mud or sand, in hilly conntry where maximum traction on the road isa factor, no other tire tread yet devised is quite so effective, or so wholly approved by motoring opin* ion, as the O. S. Nobby Tread. Its very simplicity--three rows of diagonal knobs, gripping the road-- is the result of all the years of U. S. Rubber experience with every type of toad the world over, --FOR-- Colic Remedies --SEF_,-- BAILEY The Veterinarian Palouse, Wash. Mail Orders Filled Phone 131-R Btate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, se. Frank J. Cheney makee oath that hi Is senior partner of the firm ot F. J. Cheney & Co.. dolnE business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will Day the sum of ONE ItUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH ]~/EDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEy. SWorn to before me and subscrlbgd In my presence this 6th day of December A. D. 1886. ' A W GLEASON, ' (Seal) " ~otary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine ia taken ln- ternaJly and acts through the Blood On ne ~ucous ~urIaees O[ the-SYstem. ~k~tu~ gor testimonials, free. So,~.hSa~.~a~Y.~ CO.. ~o~o. 1" ~ arugglsts, 75c. z"..a l's ~'amily Pills for OOnltll~l.tloL General 8applies Threshing Supplies of All Kinds Palouse Hdwe. &, Imp. Co. PALOUSE, WASHINGTON listenedto ence, I~TOP arid talk to the next man everything by the way of staggering you see with U. S. Tires on his car. Ask him why. Most likely you'll hear an inter- esting story about his tire experi- ments-before the answer was found. Money wasted. Promises unkept. Trouble on the road--hu- morous to every one except the man who went through it. Finally U. S. Tires. And U. S. Tire~ ever skzce. $ t~ Perhaps it's the experience of U, S~ Tire buyers that makes them more em- phatic in their ~reference than ever thia vear. When these men have tried most bargains", "hurrah discounts", "discon- tinued lines at less" and so forth they know what not to get. They want a fresh, live tire. With a good reputation. That's everything it says it is. With the people behind it who back it up. * * There are 92 U. S. Factory' Branches. Your local U. 8. Dealer is drawing upon them continually to keep his stocks sized up, complete~to give you service. Whenever he gets one or a hundred tires from a U. S. Factory Branch, they are new'Iy made this season's tires. Sold to you at a net price. Fun values. ~luare-dealing. A reputable maker. A reputable dealer. The whole transaction as befits the leadership of the oldest and largest rubber organization in the world. United StatesTIms are Good Tires U. $. USCO TREAD U. S. CHAIN TREAD U, S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD U. S. RED & GREY TUBES United St tes Tire Unit=d States Rubber Company COL:F,~X GARAGE, Colfax, Wash. 2ALOUSE HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO,, Talouse, Wash. OARFLELD HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO., Garfield, Wash, POTLATCH OARAGE CO., Potlatch, Idaho. 5. B. KLINE & SON, Colton, Wash. PULLMAN TIRE SHOP, Pullman, Waah. il v ~i c