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August 26, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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Williamson's Have Taken The Step WILLIAMSON'S WILL TAKE A LOT MORE STEPS In the direction of a better Palouse. The Miller sale goes merrily on, piles of merchandise are hourly being thrown on the bargain tables and counters. Every train is carrying huge quantities of freight and express consigned to us. n the New Price Market Bollght with the experience we have, the terms we can say CASH. And a world of difference in the once there is between cash and credit. Williamson's have long, long known that the cash basis is the only basis for all concerned. You'll notice .the difference instantly. You'll notice it more at the end of each month. You'll be indeed mighty thankful at the end of the year in the saving you have made, and the indebendence and confidence you'll have in yourself. WILLIAMSON'S HAVE DECIDED TO CUT THE PRICE i i i,,ll i i i No matter who he may offend to save you a lot of money. We are resolved to hold every dollar of Palouse's hard earned dollars in Palouse and to pull from far and near every other hard earned dollar to Palouse. The volume will keep the business growing and the activity will keep our helpers i~ better fettle, happier, and more real content. WE CAN AtMOST ASKYOU RIGHT NOW TO COME AND SEE THE Note the prices and general air of a better store JIM WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU So will every other one of our willing obliging sales force NEW MERCHANDISE WILLIAMSON'S, PALOUSE , ,, ,,,,] | ,,,, ,,,,,, ~~m,,~. ........ -~ .... ,-- .....,--o~. 14e leaves five children, Arthur and Loris, motored to Moscow Wednesday I POTLATCH I BREVITIESi The Rebekahs enjoyed ~t picnic at the sununer home of Mrs. 14. L. M. Gleave on Gold Hill last Thursday. On the way out they encouni,ered a heavy downpour of rain, but that did not dampen their enthusiasm and they all report a fine time. J. L. MeKarcher of Elk River spent Friday evening visiting at the home of his brother, D. S. McKarcher. G. B. Craney and family and fath- er, E. C. Craney, are rusticating in the tall timber near Elk River. C. M. Burrows spent the week-end in Spokane. Arthur Hodgman returned to his duti~ at the main office of the Pot- latch Lumber company after a week"J~ vacation in Canada. While cutting wood Saturday af- ternoon J. L. Blair had the misfor- tune to strike his left hand with an axe, The injury was a deep one, go- lng to the bone and severing muscles and tendons, The wound is healing nicely and it is hoped that the use ~f the hand will not be Impaired. C. M. Andrew returned from a trip to Alaska. The trip was to have been a ten-day one, but owing to delays he spent 13 days on the water and comes back with a wonderful coat of tan. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilll- land, on August 24, a baby girl. Mrs. Oillllmad was formerly Miss Kather- ing Ktn~lla. On Tuesday evening Miss Charlotte Laird and Miss Mary Frances Wake- man entertained 50 of their friends at a dancing party at the Potlatch club house in honor of Miss Virginia Buchanan of Spokane~ who is visiting here. The ball room was artistically! decorated in pink and green and mu- sic was provided by Mr. and Mrs. O.! H. Leuachel. The guests departed about midnight, all feeling that they h~had a delightful evening. COUNTRY CORRESPONOENCE PRINCETON. G. A. Henderson died Friday morn- ing, August 19, of cancer of the stom- ach. He was born in Columbus, Ohio, In 1850 and was 69 years apd eight months of age at the time of his death. John Henderson and Mrs. Lillie Raz- and spent the day. kovich u Princeton and Mabel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lane and family La.ur~ Itenderson of Landgow, Me. have moved to Palouse. l'he funeral was conducted by Rev. ' Mrs. A. K. Burnett and Mrs. M. L Arthur Gillam at the church in Berry were dinner guests at the home Princeton. He was buried in the of H. O. Price Wednesday. Potlatch cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCauley and L. L. Young was a business visitor family were dinner guests at the in Moscow Monday. home of T. A. Sonevllle Sunday Mrs. Lulu Tribble went to Pull- man Monday on business. Harvard Child Dies at Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown drove Crystal Leona Roberts, daughter of to Moscow Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Roberts, and sis- Mary Leinhard~ went home with ter of Lloyd Roberts of Harvard, Ida., her cousin, Miss Wilkins, of Avon, passed away at St. Ignatius hospital, who has been here visiting at thei hmne of her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Haw-I LeonaClfax'RobertsAUgUStwas14'born1921"May 3,Crystal1919, kins. l at Steptoe, Wash., and was laid to Mrs. Aggie Hights left Wednesdayi rest at that place on August 17, 1921. for his home in Moscow. I Mrs. Cunniugham left Tuesday af-! Baby all day long was busy, ternoon for her home at Glacier ha- Toddling here and there, tional park. Finding ever in her travels Mrs. E. E. Grannier is in Avon vis- Many treasures rare. lting her mother. Little hands were often naughty, G. D. Guernsey made a business Little feet would stray trip to Spokane Tuesday. Into paths that were forbidden, James Wurman was in Palouse ~nI Through the livelong day. business Tuesday. ! But at last the little footsteps Tired, and a tear GI~I~.~T. Filled each blue eye---then a smile The Grinnell school will open Sep- ame. tember 5, with Grace McMackin of For papa and mamma were near. Palouse as teacher, t Baby knew no other language Mrs. Mai~y Timm, Roy and Rova i Than the one of love, Timm of Greenacres, Wash., and Mrs.: But she just reached little arms out Anna Drew of Spokane visited at thel To the ones above. C. J. Krlebel home last week. " : Father understood and held her COV'~. : Close upon his breast, Miss Rowena Nance, who has b~,evlAnd the little one, contented, Nestled there to rest 'visiting at the home of J. O. Broylesi for the ast we men So we elder children weary ' p t ths, returned tot ' her home in Seattle. I With the day of care, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. MeCauley were} Coming to our Heavenly Father, bus~ness visitors in Moscow Saturday. Find sweet comfort there. few days last week. Mrs: Preston, daughter, Maud, and son, Hubert, are spending a few days 'in Staley visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Gregory mo- tored to Tekoa and spent the ddy Sat- urday. . i Miss Grace Burnett entertained Tb,~ girls' club Thuraady afternoon. Mo~,= every member was present. A~er tko business ann social hour delicious re- freshments were served. Mildred and Dorothy McCauley were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lynch; near Palo~,,.~, a few days last last week. Mrs. Bert Crooks and daughter, LEGION ASKS EARLY PASSAGE OF BONUS, Correction. i In last week's issue The Republic related an incident in which William Davis is said to have gone off the bank on Hangman Creek grade. Upon 'investigation it was found that the incident had been wrongly reported. The car was not owned by Mr. Da- vis. but belonged to another party. Hoquiam. Wash.--Choice of We- hatches as the next convention city, condemnation of Senator Poindexter for his stand on the soldier bonus bill. corresponding commendation of Senator Jones for voting against re- turning ~ho measure to the senate fl- hence committee, adoption of a mem- orial urging izamediate restriction of Japalese immigration and a demand for immediate passage of a bonus bill. comocised the work of the closing session of the Washington State American Legion, in third annual con- vention In Hoquiam. C. D. Cunningham of Centralia was elected state commander. Charles l~ Albert of Spokane was elected nation- al committeeman, A. E. McCabe of Bremer~on is vice-commander. Henry Wise of Seattle was re-elected unani. mously as adjutant and finance offi- cer. Roy. John V. Beard of Hoquiam was chosen as chaplain. A beautifui engraved gold watch was presented to Tom Swale of Seattle, the retiring commander. The convention adopted a resolu- tion authorizing the state finance committee to pay Mrs. Warren Grimm, widow of the veteran killed in the Centralla Armistice day parade, the sum of $668.92, which the federal gov- ieminent is trying to collect as war risk insurance paid without legal an. Ithority, in case Mrs. Grimm is forced ', to pay It. l IDr. George T. Harding, 76, father of President Harding and Miss Alice Severns, 52, his stenographer and of- lice attendant eloped to Monroe, Mich., and were married. Expressions of the opinion on the I question of Philippine independence, I placed before General Leonard WoodI at' Santa Cruz, on the island of Min--t dense, showed, the wild tribesmen to be in favor of American ooverelgnty while the Christian Filipinos urged immediate independence. Plans have been perfected for carry- Card of Thanks. ing into effect the provision of the We wish to thank those who so army reorganization act creating a chemical warfare service, which kindly assisted us during our recent bereavement, A. L. Jones, Mrs. Nellie among other things, provides for "the r Ax- V~ arner, Mrs. Mary Hall, Hattie supervision and training of the army tell, Henry Axtoll. in chemical warfare, both defensive l and offenalve." ....... - MELLON ADVISES ON i terest) more than $9,000,000,00~}, is no intention or thought 'L in payment bonds other than. ALL[EO WAR DEBTS:the debtor countries. i a~ked, however, covers debts us by ('zecho-Slovakia, Greece, Washington, D. C.=-Seere~ary Mel" :mania, Russia, Serbia, Poland mn formally advis(d the senate if.napes ', large number of other I committee In a letter replying ~o ai The administration bill committee inquirY, as to his views ;treasury department blanket regarding the extent to which the Uni- it fund tbe $10,000,000,000 of ted States has been committed under debt and interest, was report~1 the Wilson administrmion on defer- !ably by the senate finance ment of payn|en~s of allied war loans ! The vote ~;as 9 to 5, Senator and inter,~st. Mississippi, democrat, voting The government was committed, he republicans, and Senator La ~aid, to pestponem~mt of interest pay- '.republican, Wisconsin, with the! ments for two or three years and sin) i orals. Republican leaders sat sequent spreading out of postponed sideratlon of the bill probablY~ payments, "con~int'ent upon such for. }go over until after the recess ~l atgn governments ,'arryi~]g ~m[ with t~ress reasonable promp n(,ss, a~t(q" ll~is gox- I r~'ument is ready to proceed, a satin- ] Robbers Get.Payroll of $114 factory funding of existing short.tlm~ Springfield, Ill--Four outlaw obligations to this (.ountry." , , automobile hold' up a deputy "So far as contort'us th(, principal / and mine officer of the ~eab~ debtor powers, the letter ~:,~d. wide ~ ~ ing interests at Kineaid and. together owe us (withou~ ,~c("u~,d ~.1- ' with a payroll 1100 KOLLS OF Wall Paper ON SALE: At Luesing's Shoe Saturday, August 27 Having purchased the entire stock of Pader from E. M. Irwin, I am offering for quick sale 41,de Wall Paper- - - $150 '" " And a b~g lot of paper at 5c and 10c per Come early, as the sale lasts only 2 Measure your room before coming HENRY SAN