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The Palouse Republic
Palouse, Washington
August 26, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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August 26, 1921

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Palouse Republic PAI,OUSE REPUBLIC COMPANY, 'He goes ahead living" in comfort and educating his children in spite of his}famine fmtd. has written President lloud ejacul'ltions concerning his ina-[H'vald that 600o tons c:,l, ber tra::d ............ ~ orr,d from 'l'qcoma ill F,lrua v a a DllltV to ring a plHce 10 "gel Oil." i ' " ' Publishers. \Ve [h) not believe it is ;l vi(,latio~I expressed I~pe that tile stocks may of c)nfideuec to divulge ~t secret t(/ be available'at thai dale Mr. Farmer right here. The secret is - Editor. t, his: "\Ve arc all wondering where Army Recruiting Will Geaae. we gel off." The banker often ha~ ~V shington.- The hms,, resolution flxing ~he peace-time stre'agth of lil(~ drea~)s disturbed by doubts concern- army at 175,0(~1) meu by diro('ting ttie ins where he will alight. The doctor, Se(.retary of war to stop recruiting i the lawyer, the merchant, all wonder m)til tile force is reduced to that size where the3" are going to get off. The was a4opted by !he senate. 'Fhe reso- difference is this, the farmer is so se- bttion will be referred In Secretary cure in his position that he can shout Baker. who, il is uuderslood, is pre- his query, "\Vhere do I get off?" pared to re(.ommend to the presideut whilc if a busine,~s man or a profes-!that the r,.~ohltiOn be :(l,llroved FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921. Monal man has an>' doubts eoncern-~ l ............... ins where he is going to get off he must keel, it to himself. It wouidlfiERMAN OWES $20.74.511 nean rul,l *or the husincss n, n 2, ~sk each of his customers "\Vhere Weeks Reports ObligatiOn for Maiq~- tenance of U, S. Troops. I get off?" if the banker went outt ~rll discussed freely how much money] W;~shington. I). ~'.- tlormany owed he expected tu lose he would be cmn- Ihe United Slates up lo April ?,(t. htsl, , ~ $240,744.511 fer n'd.l.illt,.n;ll'We ~t" Ah'l, .... mllc,t to -h)sc his doors in 24 houls.. Imagine a hlwyer going before al icall troops on lh, l:hin~~. .,-1oOl'etary proctical stranger and telliug how \\'coils s~:qll the fig~ll'~!s IO t!l,' s.uate much he would lose. How long Wollld{ ia ;iiiswol l{) ;l l'(,sO]ll[[Oll Ii3 ~ell:tlor he last? tlow would it sound for aI P, orah, t'~'l~,l~l~lit':~l~. I~ip, t~t~ t{ic(or to 140 Hrollnd proclainling their: The tntal c(isl .i' tlt- Alllt.rif'all o(,- he w:~s wondering where he Wollld get i cupation forces II(,t.(,l(ltler IS, /9tR. t,~ the money to ply his taxes? ~Vc dr) Ap"il ?,0, the lasl dale ior whi,'h :;o rnot believe it would tie good business' .onnls were a\'ailuid~', wa,~ plac,M at ~for even the editor to Lake a pencil. $275,2'24.143. lll(t (NIl) ill friends an1 encmtes lind "[llel'(' m~w at',' 5rot ()ffJ.oFs, 12.,2-tl ,~o i+, figtu'ing his losses aud gains,t, enlisted UI,H1 filial 7,*t nllt'>(.~ ill (+ ~I- \e all woe(let where we gel off. The [ man l~' "rilory, gocr~t'tl'~ W-cks saM. farnler is fi)rttlnate thai lie is lit lill-I Th,, l'~'~:('lllliO[l x~:l.< i!ltdorMood In erty to shout his fears from the house be prelimimtry to itgltatit)rl for the lated how things were done tit hOUlO. 'tops concerning where he gets off. i r(-turn (it" rl~,. Irool)S He quit school and went to work il~ 'We all find a place to get off in spite ............... l,~ city alid lo and behold, his esti- of onr trepidations and none of us: Mrs. Hawley Wins Divorce Appeal. matton of the city was tile salne y~!; #have an easy time. We all hltve wor-~: Sabra/. Or. _Mrs. 3iarjorie :~wlev he had formed of college and Ill,? 'i'ies lind fears, but ()lit worries are) rt~q/Dehl:q tiP,, ,,'Ift" t)i" \Vi/lard l'. ttnwle) home town. He thell tohl of the swell nloslly over things lllal ne~,'er hal)pen. { ,Ir., son at' tile we:dthy ()l,t~4Oll l'Jly times he had at college and so it ~,Ve cross bridges before we get tel tmper n~anuracluror, hy tilt, Ip!lli, of went. No matter where he went it' tl)enl, a slllH'Ollle eq)lll'l decision. 'rlw court was inferh)r to other places. He haq reverses the rh'cl':,~ ~,f .ledge ~ glev not risen In life. He keeps books in S~:~T ~RI~ND U,~IQ~- 6~T a factory. Others pass above him, but he remains stationary. When Andrew Johnson Resumed flit tile ('Ollt't'~ opillh)l~. We often meet men and women ,if Needle to Fashion a Mark of ................ this kind. Some think It a mark of Personal Affection. sophistication to belittle the home t_enine Plans Vacation in Scotland. town. Others do it because their soul Tlwre'~ ~lw:l)~ insl ow. m-;,' s~,*~'5" ('spell]ta~(.rL --Si~,i;li I,oB~no, l~ll~- is little and narrow. The nlan ~l" ill)roll ~ v .d" .kuiorb':t'S r'.u'i~or ['re-; sian bolshevil~ Dt't'tlli~'F. piallS. Sl bit'cl woman of c, osmlilmlit~tll exl)erien~e denlu. '{'Iit9 lit(t,, thovP iN :|t,#lhol' Hl)..itt In Briiis/l 1)f'rl), l() leave :-)mI has found [)lit that folks are folks Andrew .l,)hhscql. liht'O!Ii% I/'tll},.'~[ll for .qcotland fan' ;= holiday. ~