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August 19, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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YOUR NEIBHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOINGIin the Palouse schools for the past two years and will again resume her work here at the opening of the :tie daughter nf ,leith Nagei A, Souiville, of the West Cove dis-I school year. i trio{, underwent an operation Tue~-] Andrew and Joseph Hill of Eugene. Idav IOregon, are in Palouse. They wer,~ H. Ankeorn was :J Spokane • ~cailed here by the death of their 'q ])D])hllO (~ouchlIl;In, who is elU- ])roLher, Richard Hill. ph)jed at lhe Interstate Trading sum-I Schick and f:talily drove I,)! ))an). is visiting ill Spokane. I N.P. Warner, M. G. Murray and H. i 'rD. Palmer, officials of the Chicago, Bu|'eh is u guest ~,i' 3lisa Florence Thompson gave an~Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, were 'olive reli:h feed for several of her in Palouse Wednesday. Cruse home. !.,Arl ft'io(ld.~ .~˘ioIldtty evening• I,einhard of llarvard w:m i~,i Thehaa Johnson left Thursday Toni ]Cllg'ate suflered ~t bl*ol~.eli toe: Wednesd:y night. ' I'(in ca id was I ralls~/et ing ill Colfax Monday. i ~r Shortridge of Av( /, w s ~ i ), ~ lednesday evening. "tP BOrensoll and Herbert I)i.,- (~(,r,t Sunday in .~loscow. i -~r Daily, who was taken sick'. [ofOrofino to visit with her brother, when a lid fell from ihe top of :tiLauren, Sl|e will also visit with Miss grain tank Monday afternoon, i Agnes Gillespie while there, .Mis~ Madge Howell was in Moscowi John Nagel's child is sufferieg Wednesday evening. She reports .B~,rti from what appears to be stomach Sorenson ns improving rapidly, trouble, but it, is feared that it may N. R. Greenwood of Refill drove tievelol)into infantile paralysis. down Sat, urdav night and spent Sun I Mrs. Belle Anderson and daughter, INLAND E~PIRE IS SCOLDED. Director at Constantinople, Asks What to Do. In a letter to the Near East committee in Palouse. E. A. Potter tells of a mild scolding he received from the director at Constantinople and closes his letter with an appeal for assistance• Below is the letter: -'Because of the decrease in contri- t, ution~ durin~ the summer months, ~t critical situation has developed in the orphanages earing for the 1500 children assigned to the Inland Em- pire. "'The following cablegram from a director in Constantinople has just been received at the Near East relief P, end q uarters: ." 'Your cable indicating reduced ~l:d is able to he around again i Mrs. Ball from Twin P,dk~ tl:~)" with the t{. I.. Gritman family. Eva, are here from Los Angeles, Cal., v~siting Mrs. Anderson's daughter, contribution received. What shall we "cut? Shall we turn out children fI'om orphanages, close hospitals or stop ] feeding the recent refugees? Give us E. I). l,indsay of Portland was in Palouse Wednesday night. He was en guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. l'.} route to Potlatch to visit his parents. Vi~ ~'lI's. Frank Poe. Flora Sisk and Nellie Gleiser of Seattle is "- vern Lebold moiored to Spokane and Ier Derents in thi~ eily thi~i i.iberiv l.ake for an outing last week ! Miss Eloise Chamberlain and niec'~, Vermillhm and family re-i Miss Edith Gross, of Portland, Ore., from i,'re~no, Californi:h luMJ~!l'e visiting with M-r. and Mrs. R. If. o Th oln as. [~al'll~.~, yoI llg SOIl (It' Ltither' Olen Andrew, the ad man in The Was ol:mratod on in Palonse tLepnl)lic office, is back on the job : flier a fortnight's sojourn in the har- Piorence t.~elvail has bougl~t vest field. -~I. I)lldley properly on the lill. of .loAn llissepp arrived Th,mmiay for a viM{ Bissepp. Miss Dorothy Vowell of Clarkston visited the early part of the week witi~ her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1)..I. Wilcox. Rev. E. W. Burleson and sons re- Harvey underwent an opera- turned early this week to their ranch Dr. Harvisen'~ office T|wsdar. ai Sand]mint, Idaho, to coral)lets doing nicely itheir haying. and Mrs. R. l,. Smith and Mr 1 Mrs. O. G. Dixon left Monday for [rs. M. D. McPherson were Sl),-{ bku't Worth, K~,nsas, for a visit with visitors Thursday. {l:er mother. She expects to be gone and Mrs. c. E. Frederick of i three months. took luoeh with Mr, "|odi Kendall, manager of the re- J. B. Dudley Tuesday. '.tail deparln|ent of the Potlatch LuIn- OCtober{on and family will be|' company, was tn Palouse Thurs- for {,eke Cl~atcolet Friday for d'~,y on business. Or ten days" outing, i Miss Ruth Winner, who graduated ,[A" Murray of Oklahoma, is via-ifrom the Cheney state normal school [Mrs. W. J. Martin this week. last week. has returned to her home. ~~ ville, daughter of Gee. Miss V,'itmer has successfully taught " -=L:,~ rx i ;'] Discussions That Are ,!I It's the Banker s business to be a~ expert in fh~mxcial I I affairs, just as the farmer is in agriculture. The only difference is that financial affairs are of necessity con- ~,L fidential, whereas other businesses need not follow this l[! procedure, we were necessary to ill Sometimes wish it not be close- Ill mouthed. If people knew how we have been able and II~ • !! Farmers Nanonal Ban ill [ ALOUSE, WASHINGTON ~II Bank We Buy Wheat DON'T FORGET THAT WE ARE ALWAYS IN TH~ MAR- KET TO BUY WH~J~T IN OUR OWN WAREHOUSES AT ALL TIMES. WE CARRY A FULL LIN~ OF POULTRY FEEDS, CRACKED WHEAT, SCRATCH FEED, EGG MASH, SHELL, BONE, CHARCOAL AND GRIT. ALSO A FULL LINE OF SKORTS, BRAN AND ROLLED OATS. WE STILL KAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT 0F BIBDIB0 TWINE. SEE US FOR SAX AND SAN TWINE. IF NOT RIGHT SEND IT BACK A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE POTLATCH . I II IIII lilt . it I[ I ill Mrs. b'rauk Poe. and son, l~ay An- derson. 'orders. We obey, but personally are Mrs. Ethel Wood, accompanied by unwilling to assulne moral responsi- Mrs. Allan Lamphere, Miss Gertrude ibility such an act involves.' ! and Mrs. A. K. Harrington,[ "Whatever our feelings may be re-I L, an|phere drove over to her ranch at Steptoe~l gardir~g adult relief, we cannot desert Tuesday. l these 1500 children, who are ahso- Mr. and Mrs..I.E. McCormick ofllutely dependent upon us for sup- Spokane spent Saturday and Sunday l at the J. A. Miller home. Mr. and! Mrs. Miller accompanied them on their return to Spokane. W. R. Newhmd, superintendent of the Elk River schools, was in town Thursday on his way from Moscow to his work. Mr. Newland was formerl editor of the Idaho Post. C. V. Clarke was in town Tuesday nnd stated that his wheat went about 30 bushels to the acre. He said that he always harvested as many acres as he put in and consequently he had no bI~ stories to tell concerning his yield. / Mrs. D. Harshman went to Spokane Sunday, where she.consulted a site- cialist concerning the health of her little son, Daniel.~ She returned Tues.- day night and s~-s the doctor thought lhe boy needed a little care. but noth- ing serious was wrong with him. @@@@@@@@@~@@@@@@ ÷ AMONG THE CHURCHES ˘ @@ @@@@000000000@ Church of Christ. Bible school at 10 a. m, Mr~ War- ner, superintendent, Classes for all ages and grades. Preaching at 11 n. m. by H. C. Shropshire, Subject: "Our Distinctive Plan for .~ Restora- tion." This will be a chart sermon At 7 p. m. our young people will join in the union young people's meeting at the Baptist church At 8 p. m. our congregation will attend the union meeting at the Bap- tist church. Rev. Mr. Shropshire will • preach the sermon. Subject: "Why ! believe That Jesus Christ Is ,he Son of God." Thursday evening at 7 2,0 regular prayer meeting. Every one cordially inwte.~ to at- tend these ;'.e|'vices. Baptist Church, Go you know that man is "A U~i2 verse?" This will be the subject of the sermon next Sunday at the Bap- tist church. Man, if you know how big you are you would not ne as mean as you sometimes are. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Do not neglect your spiritual nature, feed tI. The Sunday school is a good place for this. Remember the Sunday school both for your children and yourself. The union'services will be held at the Baptist church. The young peo- ple's meeting will be held at 7 P. m. Subject: "Paul the Missionary.;' Union services at 8 p. m. Rev. Mr. Shropshire will preach the sermon, his subject being "Why I Believe Jesus Christ to Be the Son of God." Come along and help fill the church. The prayer meeting at 8 p. m. on Thursday. Come prepared for a good spiritual time. Methodist Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mprn- i:ing worship at 11. Theme: "Hope." No evening services will be held tn vthe M. E. church. Union services will be held at the Baptist church at 8 o'clock. Catholic Church. services on the second Sunday of each month at 9. a. m. Holy Trinity ~piscopal Church. Snnday school at 10 a. m. Morning )rayer at 11. No evening services. BRIEF GENERAL NEWS A bill by Representative Steener- son, ~republican, Minnesota, to modify fe~leral grades of spring wheat was reported favorably by the house agri- eultulre committee. " Two hundred and fifty repressnta~ tires of the American Legien. headed by Major John Emery. national com- mander of that organization have ar- rived in Paris. Statistics from New York city hospi- show that &rug addiction has trebled since prohibition went into el- feet, according to a re~ort made ~ub- lte by the department of public wel- port. We are confident of the contin- ued support of former contributors and cannot too strongly urge the need of an additional contribution that will carry these orphans through the sumlner months when cash receipts are always very low. "Your assistance during this crisis !will be deeply aFpreclated." Milton Decker Badly Burned. Last Saturday while Milton Decker was anscrewing the cap on the radia- i tor of a tractor which he was operat- Ing, the compressed steam blew the cap off and threw scalding water over his face. neck and chest, inflict- ing painful injuries. He was brought to town and his burns were dressed. His injuries were painful, but not serious. Annomlcement. I wisi~ to announce that in addition to the millinery I will conduct a la- dies' exchange. Any one having fancy work they wish te dispose of I will be pleased to sell It for you. MRS. J. M. GRINOLLS. GLASSIFIED ADVERTISIK8 ~OR SAL~ All ho.sehold goods furniture, stoves and rugs, In good condition. A bargain Mrs. Lizzie Btcknell. 2-1-p K)ff S-~[i~g~--fior ti~- tint, Palo,/~e ] --Five-room house, with two lots and electric range; $1500; terms. Seven-room house, lot 75x150, barn "md fruit trees; terms. Inland Em- pire Securities Co., 727 Old National Bank Building, Spokane. 23-2 /OR SALE---Cucumbers in any quan- tity or any size• Mrs Walter Blanc, Phone 21-F-3. 23-2 and room while attending schools. Mrs. J. L, Marnack, Phone 127-Y. 23 INTENSIVE selling and intensive advertising brings results. Our Straight Grade Plour is going fast; $1.50 per sack, $5.80 per barrel, at mill; $6.00 per barrel at railroad sta. 'tion. Palouse Milling Co. 2-tf l HAVE 240 acres of logged off and burnt off land that I want cleared. Will give one acre of land for every 'acre cleared; will furnish a stump 'puller. G. D. Kincaid, Palouse. 20-if and S. C. White Leghorn hens. )John Anderson, R. F. D. 3, Box 76, Palouse, Wash. Phone 3F5, 21-3-p JITNEY for hire, J. C. Davis. Tele- phone 163-R, 20-tf JUST ARRIVED~-Good Flooring, $10.00 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-if ~-~ST]~-no~ears .upon lost years, btlt turn a leaf and smile and econo- mize and get back to pre-war basis, and use local wheat flour at $1.50 per sack, $5.80 per barrel at mill. Pa- louse Milling Co. 21-tf i~:;()RSA-I~i~.---~;ii'l--.~eii our~ ............. home oxl 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 DRESSMA K I NG--~.dressmaklng done by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J and Maxwell streets. 36 SPiR~LL-A- C 6R-S Eh'S = lvirsT-J.- -M- Ri~- ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J FOR RENT~Two light housekeeping rooms, suitable for students or teachers. I will rent them for the winter. Mrs. elite Howell, Palouse, Wash. At Dill's Cafe. 21-tf t ffAV~'~ two moder, residences ~or sale; one at $1675 and one at $800. Both bargains an(} both pretty homes. 'G. D. Kincaid. 22-tf DRESSMAKING WANTED, Mrs. M. R. Thompson, Cannon st. 2S-if A Very Easy System One of our patrons has tried several plans for keeping a record of all his income and expense ~ur. ing the year--but he has found all of them a lot of trouble to keep up-to-date. But he has a fine system now. The bank is keeping this record for him. He de- posits ALL hi| earnings in the bank and then he writes checks for all the money he spends. Even for his pocket money he writes a check once in a while and marks it "Misc. Exp." When he wants to know the amount of his in. come he looks at his bank book. When he wants to find out what he is spending he looks over his Canoelled Cheda. By sorting these old checks into several pflea he finds what he is spending for food, clothing, fuel, etc. This plan is easy. It is .care and busineu-like, too. Securitv State d Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Ouiet Restful Cows ,| IH. III I I I I L Give MoreMilk I I II III II I I I1[ III UseDr. Hess Fly Chaser Makes a Oreat Diffirence FOR COWS AND HORSES I i i GUARANTEED I !11 iii II Ill Ill i ii i Palouse Pharmac iir- ...... "1 i I ii ii I I Woodcock Brand John Elb's,Extra Macaroni L~ I I III III I I III I I I!1 II IIII I | I I Ilill [ ..................... ~ i'°~~ • II I1~ I,II I IIII I WELLS BYRON Phone 48. ,,, i , i ii Jii i . II W ,,, L , ,., , i I j SEED WHEAT Certified Jenkins Club W. $. C. No. 128, also Winter Yetch and a full line of Se~ls for Fall and Winter SOwing. See your Loom Dealer. Washburn & Wilson Seed Company R..~.....llthe Want Column. You may ~: ~'~ just what you want; and p~rha..I~ your neighbor has it to sell. & few lines m~ Want Golumn will bring results. Try it once. L_ Illl ._Ill Ill IL,.I i J i' I I L I $, IT [/] . I . I . L : • / i !L/I