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Palouse, Washington
August 12, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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August 12, 1921

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HERO LAID TO REST IN HIS NATIVE LANU Died While Performing His Duty and Buried With Honors in France ~Remterred at Freese, ~rNTERSTATE FAIR SEPT. 5 TO 10. i HALF BILLION: GUT Campaign Is Launched for Reduced IN TAXES PLANNED ~d" re(bleed rate tickets tO the Spokane ntar~tat,~ fair htsl yimr that the fair i Treasury Exoerts and House American manhood who is willing to offer his all for the preservation of his country's ideals. I=le died while performiug his duty tn t~'rance. And while his life has been cut shorl he has. by his uotimely death, earucd the gratiiude of the entire nation &lid the memor.~ of ,s)l(~h lnO.n ~s he will be fresh in the ~IIiI)(lS (if the American people so tong a~ |inle ~hall hist, ever bet~olil(ag inore sat:to.d. journeyed across France to the hat-i tlefields, tie was in active service! but three w(m~hs when he was ap-I pointed to serve as second militar:,'t t police In n re~ e'~mp. ~rhile attempt-I in~ to quell a drunken row on Au- gust 4, 1918. ,he of the men drew a gun and fired, killing him instantly. lie was buried with full military honors behind Che villas(, ,~hm'oh at A uxeleley. Besides the delegation from the or-- g'anization to whicb he belonged (Co. Poultry Business a Big Industry. N(,w alld then we hear slol)le On~ ~pe:~k ~ff li,,~, p~)~lltry holiness h~ a light nlanner and it is because the:.' *lO TlOt ;tt)or(~ci(Ite W|IIII ;~ htrge t)llSi- l~ess it is. "Filis criticism occurs oar- lieuhtrly in a grain l)elt country like ihe h'land Empire. The i'aets in the (.a.~e ;ire l|lat i)ollltry produces $I,- 225,000,606 ie wealth every year. ,Over $6(~0.n/)(~.0on worth, of grain is; led t.o p(mltry in 12 months, Tberel Ill IIIIIIl I I I It It lllIIII I It CLOSE OUT SPECIAl .... S AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES i i i ,,i, ,,,, ............................ I adies' Shoes and Pumps $2.98 One lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes and Pumps. Former values up to $9. Sizes tk,~ to 4. Close-0ut Price ...... l_atlies' and Children's Keds 20 t)[R (i:~'~i OFF All L~dies' and Children's Keds and White Footwear must All sizes. Special Close-0ut Prices ........... 0NE-FIFTH 36 in(h Percales 19c Men'~ ~