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August 26, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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NEIGHBORS AND was in gpokane (tltd family spent Sun- • l~[i.IRon. ' • i eswent to Pulhnan Wed- ' Tuesday• He wasen route to his min- ~:noon. ing claim at the Hoodoos. EWkins:of Princeton was in Charles B. Ross of the Potlatch ia::sday. : Mercantile company was transactingl derson and family went" business in Palouse Wednesday. ~.aSUndav--'___ Mr. aad Mrs. T. d. Morgan and ~kts,was ill Moscow Wed- d~:ughter were Ill P'douse Tuesday at- "l~:s:liess mer Dalooser, wast~ for :~tle, t(.nding the Vernon Fawcett funeral. 1L_"" Mrs. Anna Hammond spent last ~ednesday night. . week itt tim P'dousc country visiting Ik~r. llv~: her son and looking after her farming and Mrs• Smith Df district, a girl. interests. Ith Wi ~leZZgers tl~e l'ulhnan public schools, was inithe day eating watermelons, return- l'ah)use Tuesday attending the fun- iiog late in the evening, well pleased er:~l ~)f Vernon leawcett, iwith their trip. i I,ew Watson of l,apwat was in towu i Rev. B. E. Koontz, pastor of the I Mlsses None and Beulah Boone, from[of J. B. Parsons, Cheyenne, Wyo.;T FRIENDS ARE 00JN6/Tacoma, and the murray family, nip-]Jim Parsons, Poison, Moat,; Les Gil- ,'tared to Le~iston Sunday and 3pentIbraith, Victoria, B. C., and other horses are coining from Denver. Entries are pouring in from all parts o! ti~e northwest and Canada 'and the fair officials promise that it! will be tile greatest collection of i ~Ietzker Memorial M. E. church of Spokane, visited with his son-in-law. Ray• W. M. Martin, Tuesda~ and Wednesday. @ 4,÷ @÷~ @@41,@,1,@,1t,@ @4, ÷ AMONG THE CHURCHES Baptist Church. At the morning service, the pastor ~will preach on "'Who Is ~.Ian?'" It is harder to find a man than one might- 'think• Come and hear the reason Witmer and her mother', Alva Throop came over from the why. to Moscow Tuesday. ¢ s:~wmi]-I ~nd |ook tile Throot~ family SUlltta) school at 1.0 a, m. More de- E0 fence Burton "rod niece, ~ to Ch~rkston Sunday to attend the re- I)ends on the Sunday school than pea- [ford Went to Me,cow Sun-~atta there, iple dream of. This nation would not siand long without the Sunday sehoel. i Ed Anderson and family came upl, There is a reason and a good one. t irfax was taken to Colfaxih:st Saturday evening to attend thelTbink it over. ~0r medic;i e;amin'ition an~l ', f,re,,'o!l recel,,ion given for Miss Bee-! The nnlon meeting will be held nt i: : the Bieknell and her mother• itho M. E. church. Ray. (!. R. l)ele- Mr. ann Mrs. Robert Gilli-! I)oris Crawford, who has beau vts-~ ~pine will preach on the "Cross azi,t tlatch. ,'t baby girl, on A~I- iting her aunt, Miss Florence P, urton,[the Universe." This will be the l~)~i for the l)~st three month~ plans toy t t er Do sol " " ' ' ' • . tlnion service for the s lm n . Ic,~x(~ Frlda~ for her home at Kenne ~OOne made a business trin ' "- " "." - "' ' "! mi~s coming, the young people will ae MOnday, returning Tuo~-, wick. Imcet at 7 p. nl. ill /lie M. E. eh||rch. g. Dr. Harrison. Ott Slaght. Len Me-[The young people of the M. E. church ~renSon was brought home and ,James 3IcClure went to[will have charge of the program, J. ~a0sPital Sund,tv lie i~ im Ferry county this week to do the final lf'. Lazenbv will lead the meeting'. tJeelv ' " ' " " " ' - :~ssessment work on their mining'[ Praver meetin~ at ,q p. m. on Thurs- ~t~lla ..... claims, day We will study Romans Come • ~xlhqlnS OI" ,~poKflne ~S " ' ~he. Bittick ¢ _ _ . • George tIolbrook, who forme.rly and enjoy a splendid hour of confer- ~0~se ,me l'oage ~ann- played the Palouse Giants with the once with Patti and of prayer to God Garfield baseball aggregation, wa~ in ladys Waltnl,m of Spokano town Tne~day renewing aequain-I Church of Christ. ~W~ek anti with her friend, lanee~ among his former rivals, l~tble school at 10, Mrs. Warner su- ~ott 8cot.t. [MeElrovand wife of Moz- Mr. L. It. Seymour of, tmrintendent. Classes for all ages. d the h'ome of Ray. ~. M. Ohio. returned to Palouse after say- Our mark 260 present• Preaching at dr~esday, er,~l weeks' visit in Central V,'ashing- 1 l [)'clock by Rev. H. C. Shropshire rv~y, who was recently el> ton. Mrs. Seymour has been visiting (¢clock by trey. II. C. ShropM~ire. at Dr. Itarvlson's hospital, :~t'the Darit home the greater pqrt of Subject, a continuation of last Sun- ffl~ ntcelv, the summer. '(lav's sertoon on "Our Plea for a Rev- ¢ , teratlon k chalt sermon At , p i.e:t,r [tnmnmnd, c;.shier for the, ' : ' ' " .... E~,,bartt returued Friday from : hur I . ,I nes compan * of SDokalic, , ' ." " '' '' " : ' ~rg, ~here she h,~s been at- Xrt ) o x m xoung people s meeting at the M ~a~rnZner school motored down with his family last E. church. At 8 the last of the sum- ,,~ e s m mar s series of Stlnda~ exenlng union ~, • "e.k and ~p ~t his vacation with t!is , ': ,'. " v S ." ". " E~'" ~" Gleiser •~ former Pa-' r. Alb_rt Hammond• who It" s "' "' " "" " .... ]" 1)rathe o ~o ~er~ees ~tll he heht at the M 1~ ff~~rill preach at tlle M. E.' near F~llonu . [church. Rev. C. R Delepine will I?(lnda" mornt~lg. }preach the ~,ermon. uperintendent oft tt " Slanlev Anderson and familY, :)c-( Thursady evening preyer lnecting. ~,~en~_s eompanied by his wife's sisters, the[ Every one cordially invited to at tend these services. Th l)o More an Live Enjoy Life ~ost people make a living, The thrifty ones make m0r~, • By setting, aside a portion of your income you can ~mke life something more than living. The enjoyment which comes from eliminating worry, • from being able to plan and carry through those plans, belongs almost exclusively to those who save. Open a thrift account here. Start with only a dollar, if Yon will, but start. Do more than live~enjoy life. Farmers National Bank We Buy Wheat Methodist Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m, Marbl- ing worship at 11. Walter Gleiser, one of our own b~3'~ will deliver the nio|'nlng address. Union young people's services at 7 p. m. At this hour Professor J. C. Lazenby will speak to the )piing people. Holy Trinity Church. Holy colnmunion at 8. Church school at 10. Morning prayer at. 11 Evening prayer at 8. Catholic Church. Services on the second Sunday of each month at 9. a. m. Last of Union Meetings. The union meetings have been won- horseflesh ever assembled ill the northwest. /~Iany fine herds froIn Idaho, Wash- 'ington and Oregon will be shown In "the dairy cattle department. Prom- 'turns in this department have been 'increased over fornler years. Nine eouuties in Washington and Idaho have alread3 arranged for ex- i hibit space----the largest number that has ever engaged space ~o far in ad- vance of au opening date. The for- estry and agricultural departments ~tn(ler government supervision wilt occupy 1100 square feet. In addition to the daily racing there will lie donble balloon ascen- sions, triple parachnte leaps, vaude-~ villc shows afternoon and evening, i "anti carnival shows. An invitation ix cordially ex~ended h) the fair management to the people of l~alouse to make the trip to Spo- kane during fair week and take Itd- Vallt:Jge of the free campsites for auto .tourists, and in this way get hetter acqua.inted with the.wonderful pro- ductiveness of the great lnland Em- pire through the medium of the Inter° state fair. Oovernor Would Save Fisheries, Following his victory iu obtaining the withdrawal of the l)roposed i ~reaty wit~t Great Britain regulating II~e sockeye fisheries, Governor Louis ~'. Hart has proI)osed to Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes that. if a new ,treaty is negotiated a Washington representative be nalned on the COlll- mission. During the 16 years that joint regulation of tile sockeye indus- tr~ in ~Vashiugton and British Cohlm- bin has I)eeu discussed, this state '.never has been represented, thongh ,it is the only one of the 48 states in- terested. The infhlenee of the fed- "eral bureau of fisheries is declared to have boen consistently used to keep 'control of the joint commissions in 'the national capital• Since this state has created a fisheries board with payer to us',- where, when and how sal0mn fishin~ may be done, Gover- nor Hart insists that the situation 'can be fully protected if left to Wash- ington and British Columbia to settle But in whatever is to be done here- after he insists that this state should' be consulted. OLASSIFIED ADVERTISI[6 FOR SALE--One Radium coal or wood heating stove, one Hoosier kitchen cabinet. Inquire of G. E. Dudley• 24-1t FOR SALE--On North Hill, Palouse .... b'ive-room house, with two lots and electric range; $1500; terms. Seven-rooln house, lot 75x150, barn and fruit trees; terms• Inland Em- pire Securities Co., 727 Old National Bank Building, Spokane. 23-2 derfully well attended and have been ............ ,"OR SALE---Cucumbers in any quan- a source of inspiration. Next Sunday will be the last of the mlmlner series 'of Union meetings, but not the last to come. The speaker will he Rev. O. It. 'Delepine of the Baptist church and 'th sttl)ject will be "The Cross and the Universe." Come and hear how it's • that while the cross was raised on I this earth it is not for the earth only, but for the whole universe. Let us not be so provincial as to think that 'God cares only for this earth. The tity or any size. Mrs. Walter 10ane, Phone 21-F-3. 23-2 IN~PENSI~,;-bi i;efiing- an;i intensive advertising brings results. Our Straight Grade l~'lour 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 1 HAVE 240 acres of logged0ff-and burnt off land that 1 want cleared. Will .uive one acre of land for every ~Bible teaches otherwise. The Bible is uere cleared: will furnish ~ stump 'al~axs, ahead of the most." advance(l, ' )ulle -" [1 r. G, I). Kincaid, Palouse. 20-tf /human thought" mmv lhings in itl ........... • . ' . ". _ I JITNEY for hire I C Davis Tele- [cP, n be un(lerstootl only as numan I .... " ..... pllone 16 t¢ 20 tf [ithought advances. This will be madel ';'- " " " to yml on Sunday night, if youlaUST ARRIVEI)--Good Flooring, [clear I and If vou listen ,$10 0~ per M Rustic "and Shiplap, ]'ceme ~ . . • • ; $12.00 per M.; 12-inch Boards and TO ATTEND SPOKA~E FAIR Many Entries From Other Cities-- Barry Shmmon Will Be There. Derby day, the big day at the Spo- kane Interstate fair, will be made big- i gel this year by the presence of Gov- ~ernor Louis b~. Hart and other state officials. Governor Itart was invited to attend the fair and expressed the [preference of attending on Derby day, Thursday, September g. Miss Helen Hunting-ton of Spokane has been named as "Derby Queen" a~l will pr6sent the trophy to the of the derby, the classic run- ;sing race of the northwest• The derby, which will carry a cash ~pRrse of $10001 will bring at least ten starters to the barrier, including ~rY Shannon, the winner of the 1920 derby. Barry Shannon, however, will have harder competition this as several fast runners are com- ing to Si)okane from Canada, notably other items at special prices; stand- ard Shingles, 40c per bundle. Pot- I latch Lumber Company. 20-if "WASTE no tears upon lost years, but turn a leaf and smile and econo- mize and get back to pre-war basis, and use local wheat flour at $1.50 p~r sack, $5.80 per barrel at mill. Pa- louse Milling Co. 21-if F'-oR S,kLE-:-sA'ill sell our home on Cannon street; 6 large rooms, open ( stairway, good cellar, stone founda- tiontion under house; barn, good i 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 KING--dressmaking done by Mrs, Gee. M. Cater, corner J and Maxwell streets. 36 glb]R-ELLi CORSETS-3~rs. J: M. R]s- Icy, Splrella corseteer. Phone 12gJ FOR "RENT----T;~:0 iight i~ou;eke-eping rooms, suitahle for students or teachers. ! will rent them for the winter. Mrs. elite Howell, Palouse V~,;ash. At Dill's Care. 21otf from Vancouver and Victoria. George i- ~/~{V-E i'¢,'t) niodern reshlenees fol Drumheller Walla Walla who owns ' ... . : . _ I sale' one at $1675 and one at $800 Barry Shannon, Wlll alSO Drlng u-raY-I .... ' . . ~ ..... " - . ..... 9,0[~otn oarga~ns ann notn pretty names, son, the leatllng runner at the ~, ~ t' .... ~. o. Kzncald. 22-tf season in the northwest. | .............. ~ ........ Derby entrie~ have also been made|DRESsMAKING WANTED. Mrs. M.' on behalf of runners from the stables! R. Thompson, Cannon st. 22-tf The Farmer The farmer is the man who feeds us all. If the farmer should quit work the whole world would have to go out of business. He is the most important factor in the world today~always has been~always will be. This bank has many farmer ]~atrons. Farmers are con- ducting their business along modern lines these days, the same as other business men. They are solid, reliable men of the community and every bank has reason to feel proud of its farmer friends, The accommodations of our bank are always at the disposal of the farmers and business public. You are invited to make our bank your headquarters, Our interests are mutual and we'll be ff]ad to serve you. Securirv State Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Ouiet" Give More *Milk Use Dr. Hess Fly Chaser Makes a Great Diffirence FOR COWS AND HORSES i GUARANTEED Palouse Pharmacy The I~exall ~tore I II I ......... Woodcock Brand John Elb's Extra Macaroni i ii I i WELLS BYRON Phone 48. SEED WHEAT Certified Jenkins Club W. S. C. No. 128, also Winter Vetch and a full line of Seeds for ~all and Winter Sowing. See your Local Dealer. Washburn & Wilson Seed Company MOSCOW, IDAHO l ead the Want Column. You may find just what you want; and perhaps .~our neighbor has it to sell. A few lines in the ~Want Column will bring results. Try it once. L I I, II . i i [ I I It