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Palouse, Washington
September 2, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS ANB FRIENDS ARE DOING :--- Mrs. ~V. F. Peck is on the sick list. ,Margaret McEiroy of / 'at the home of Ray. V~. M. Martini H. A. Malsed wen( to Oakesdale Sunday. Tuesday. i Myra Collins is spending the week l Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vogel of Potlatch In Spokane. !visited with the Harry Boone family I Sunday. i Theodore Burleson spent last week i lu Spokane. : Mi,~s May Johnsou took up her du- flies in Lhe Security ~tat,? bank on J. E. Moran of Bovill was in town Monday. Tuesday night. ; Bert Sorcnson is able to be up and Mrs. L. R. Crow was visitin~ ioiaround. Ile is steadily gaining in Pullman Sunday. si rength. Robert Gilltland of Potlatch w~:s in. ('. l'emberton and family returned Pnlouse Monday. ! Cram a tw(~ weeks outing at Chatcolet Prank Bettis move,] his family to' Tuesday. Moscow Thursday. I Waneta Bockmier expects to go to N. M. Tinnell of Harvard was in :Spokane next weak to receive medie.fl Palonse Wednesday. { attention. /Pred anti Marod Olson were Pull- . . - r~arrlson it. Armstrong, Jr., of Lqan visitors Tuesday ~B ~ " ,Moscow, spent Sunday at the S. T. q orn to Mr. and Mrs. (!!oyd Boone "Scott home. August 27,a girl baby. ~" ,Miss Bertha Bicknell and mother1 E.R. Northrup is down from Mlz- left for Seattle Tuesday. pah Mine. His children will remain to attend school, tt:[tini as manifest girl at the N. P. Raleigh Fulton went to Pullman Ralph Greene has been confined freight offices at Yardlev. M~uday. returning Tuesday. : his bed the past week, but is able Kenneth England of Spokane viMt- he around again. John ttall, a brother of Mrs. Lizzie ed friends in Palouse ,'Monday Bicknell, came over t~ help hor hack .... W. II. Emerson of Calgary Alberta I - " ..... ~ "" ~ ' I ft Allen ~(---~ .... P,-H ..... :' -: "* ~ " ' ' ann move He armveu i rl(lav ~tll(l If*. con VlSl[Ing tills week at tne v~ . , , llig hi' sio~,~ a~-~, " ., ~ ....... " w~th the Bieknells F.u?sdav ........... " ................ E. Duncan home. I " E A Malsed ,~hipped a carload of - ....... r } Mr. and Mrs J A Miller and son, ....... Jonn oq)ea auditor ot tne ~\ ash- sheen to ~,~,~.-,,~,, w,,~n,~,.a-.. ~ ' ' ' I IAoyd, will motor to Spokane Satur- - ~ ~ ............... ":" ington Water Power company, wa~ in ]. v" ~'ev will remain ant'" ~ esday Dick Roi)ertson motored to Lewis-~Palouse Tuesday. fla.. ln . , 11 TU ,_ . ton Sunday to visit his mother. J. R. Good, building contractor of (~olfax, was in Palouse Tuesday. Ed Arndt of California was visi(- irlg his brother, Henry, this week. M. G. Murray, representing the, C., M, & St. P., was in Palou~:e Wednes- day. Mrs. O. P. Stephen returned home the early part of the week from Col- orado. Miss Pearl Robinson has been em- Ployed as cashier at the Williamson Store. Prank Johnson is borne from her- vesting and is assi~tin,.,- aL his luther's Store. Mr. and Mrs, IIomer Este:% Mr. Sad Mrs. Corliss McElroy and Mrs. Mrs. Allan Lamphere ,'eceived word last week that her father had died at San Diego, California. Miss Thahna Johnson returned from Orofino Monde:e, where she had been visiting her brother. I J. B. Espey and family have re- turned from a five weeks' trip to Se- ' attle and other coast points. G. R. Kerns and :laughter, Gladys, ' ~as in Palonse Monday, visiting with their son and brother, Virgil. i,ee Tale of Albion was in Palonse Tuesday. He says this week will fin- ish harvesting in his community. ~'~lr lind V[ s ,i "C'. Harper i,~ ~,e 't, lqincetoe Stir,: y. stoppiqg at Pot- latch :,nd pick~qg np Mr. and Mrs Clyde Fisher The party prpceedc I to Princeton, whet. ~hey enjoyed a ple-[ton, on the Clearwater, where they hie dinner. /have become so plentiful as to be a ............ imenace and to salvage them and l~. o. v, eeney of OPl)Ortunlty morea i . . .'~ ~ ..... , his family to Palouse this vteek pro-i P;;inton??eal: .v~,:llta:e: ,:::::So;Sp;a2 paratory to t iking up their residence i . : ," " . ....... " in this city :vising future sport ano trmn usa ~o " Imuch relished by all. Rev. C. R. Delepine announces that! There are virtually no fish in the he recently became grandfather whenlt,aloase and its various branches be- a son was born to Sheridan Delepineitween the town of Palouse, near the! of Portland. t Idaho line, and Palouse Falls near the Miss Vivian Daril is taking the t western boundary of the eounty.Al- place of her sister, Miss Genevieve, at!though effort,, have been made in the 'the Washington Water Power con>}i)ast to stock it with trout, the nature pany's office, l of the stream makes this impractical. Ruth Dclel)ine le~t Thursday for' Except in the Ul)per reaches of the ri- 31cMinnvilh, to attend college, She ver in Idaho it is not a trout stream. will go by way of Portland an(1 visit :I I?,ut ii will support fish that thriveI her lyre(her there, fin shlggish streams, and as there is Mrs. L. O. McAfee will leave for~n other fishing grounds of cerise- Ashley, N. D., Saturday, after ~pend- quence through the territory tra- " :: ..... ;o ~,. !versed l)v the Valouse, it is deemed ing the summer with her ~ ................ :,nd Mrs. W. O. Peck. !advisable to grasp the opportunity of J. J. Hensley was in town Tues-Iplanting the fish now obtainable, day. He says tibet threshing will bei The fish are the yellow cats preitv well cleaned nil in his section known as mud cats or bull heads, ~,: l; o count: ~'.m x~,ek, and the white bass. They grow to edible size in a short time and spa- FARMERS OF THIS VICINITY A strong, helpful basking connection is of the great- est value to the progressive farmer. This institution of ample resources and broad experi- ence offers its excellent facilities to Washington farmrs. This is the bank that stands right behind the farmer, serves as his headquarters and whose office~ at all times welcome consultation upon all matters in which he is in. terested. Miss Mary Pagan has gone to Spo- kane, where she has accepted a posi- . and visit the Interstate fair. Bert Jones and Miss Evelyn re-' turned to Colfax this week, after .'m extended visit with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hampton. C. A. Folkins of Moscow has ac- cepted a position In tim grocery de- mrtment of the \Villiamson store. He has rented a house and will .~oon move his family to Palouse. Miss Florence Bailey. a sister of Dr. Bailey, arrived in this city lafft week from Philadelphia. She will make this city her pernlanent home. She will teach this year in the Angel dis- trict. Fred Walker, who is employed in the offices of the White-Dulaney Grain compnay, has rented the prop- erty recently vacated by Mrs. Lizzie Bicknell and has moved his family into the house. .@ ~ q, @ @ ,@ ~. ,I, 4, 4, ,I~ @ ,I, @ 4, ~ AMONG THE CHURCHES @ ,b 4, ~. ~, ,b ,b 4, 4. 4, @ @ @ @ @ Metlmdist Church. Sunday school at 10. No preaching services either morning or evening, I,et the bretl~ren atiend one of our sister churches. There will be services both morn- ing and evening Sunday. September llth. Baptist Church. Sunday school at 10, Preaching a~ 11. The subject of the sermon will be: "The Labor Problem and the Mil- lennium." Come and see how it is that the final solution of the labor prob- lem will be worked only in the millen- nium. The B. Y. P. U. will meet at 6:30. There will be election of offi- cers and working of the program for the fall. Be sure to come. The even- ing services will begin at 7:30, In- stead of 8. The subject of the sermou will be: "Who Is the Father?" Prayer meeting will be held at 8 m. on Thursday You are cordially invited to all these services. Farmers National Bank ---- DAt, OUSE, WASHINGTON Holy Trinity Church. Sunday school at 10. Holy com- munion at 11. Evening prayer at 7:30 p m. Church of Christ. Sunday school at 10 a, m.. Mrs, Warner superintendent. Classes for all ages. Preaching at l:L by Rev. H. C. Shropshire. Subject: "The Last and Final Judgment." Immediately following the morning service will be the regular monthly business meet- ing of the church board. Christian Endeavor at 7. Miss Denning leader. Consecration meeting. Subject: "Thy Will Be Done---In My Mind." Preach-i 'tug at 8. Subject: "The Bible theI Greatest Book in the World." Prayer1 meeting Thursday evening. ] Every one cordially invited to at-I lend all of these services, t w . cnnens of considerable size have been taken in mid-western streams, anti in ,q few ),ears they should prove no mean source of food supply to per- runs in the territory. Mr. Terhune and his associates are doing a good work and are deserving of the praise of the whole county.--St John Advocate. L I. Case Exhibit at Spokane Fair If you attend the Interstate fair this year don't fail to inspect the ma- chinery of thc J. 1. Case Threshing Machine company. We have acted as :agents for (his well known line for a long time and the exhibit tats year viii be bigger than ever. You will ihave an opportunity to see several ,'different sizes of tractors and thresh- "er~ in actual operation. TRAVIS & STARNER, Potlatch, Idaho. 0[ASSIFIED tOVERTISL~.G FOR SALE--Bartlet pears, $1.25 per box. Phone L. Barnes, lP2. 25-3p FOR SALE--Lease on 460 acres of choice land; can be divided; outfit to go with lease. Inquire of Stanley Anderson, Palouse. 25-tf JITNEY for hire..ll C, DaViS. Tele- phone 163-R. 20-tf JI;'8"l'- ARRIVED--Go0.d -Flooring, $10.00 per M.; Rustic and Shiplap,1 $12,00 per M.; .12-inch Boards and! other items at special prices; stand- ard Shingles, 40e per bundle. Pot- latch l,umber Company. 20-if XVASTE no tears upon lost years, but: turn a leaf and smile and econo-I 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 by Mrs. Get). 5t. Carey, c(>rner J and Maxwell streets. 36 SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs. J. M. Ris- lWe Buy Wheat DON'T FORGET THAT WE AEE ALWAYS IN THE MAR- KET TO BUY WHEAT IN OUR OWN WAREHOUSES AT ALL ~rMxs. "'~?' : WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS, rEED EGG MAs S ELL, CaA OOAL GmT, ~ Y ALSO A FULL LINE OF SHORTS, BRAN AND ROLLED D ~ OATS. &. J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. AI~~LOUSE, POTLATCH ..... *u' I i _ , ill i j ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J i,,O R -i~ E--N-T---~;r w(---~- 1 i gh---(-t~ o ;,s ekee-Pt n--g rooms, suitable for students or teachers. I will rent them for the winter. Mrs. Ollie Howell. Palouse, Wash. At Dill's Cafe. 21-tf DRESSMAKING WANTED. Mrs. M, R. Thompson, Cannon st. 22-tf LOST--A black traveling bag filled with clothing, mostly baby clothes. Contained purse with some money in The Purpose of This Bank Is to give its patrons the benefit of modern meth- ods, which expand readily to growing businesses, together with the personal attention of ambitious officers and employes who take a delight in study. ing the requirements and expectations of every in- dividual customer, and wear the same smile in pay- ing as when receiving money. Security State Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON 32 YEARS OLD TODAY School Begins Monday, Sept. 5 We have our usual com- plete line of School Books and Supplies for Wash- ington and Idaho. Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall Store Woodcock it. Bag aiso contained spectaele ease Brand John Elb's Extra and crochet work. Lost between Pull- man and Palouse Sundayj Finder notify Ira Short, College Meat Mar- ket, Pulhnan, Wash. 25-tf. FOR SALE--Dodge touring car. No.1 shape. Has run about 3000 miles Call 18te28, Palouse or write Mrs. Annie Gregory, Palouse, Wash. 25-2t. WANTED TO BUY~A good saddle pony for children Vteight about 900 to 950. Call 4F22. 25-if. I,osT, - A COAT-~I~etween ' e~louse and Grinnell. Return to Mrs. Hohnes. Palouse, Wash. 25-1t p. CORRECT F~IGLISH How to Use It A Monthly Magazine--S2.50 the Year Send 10c for Sample to Correct English Publishing Company ...... Evanst?n ,~hnois.- ..... OUR rates are best on Farm Mort* Catholic Church gages. Inland Empire Securities " o" Co 797 Old National bank building Services on the second SunaaY t .... ..... Spokane, Wash. 25-tf earn month at ~. a. m .............. : .......................... ............. Call For Sealed Bids, PLANT ~ISH IN POLOUSE RIVER, NO'I'tCE is hereby given that the I follo~ Lug .described real estate i: for ere 0nl One sale to wit Two Fish Will Grow Wh Y I ' , " : Grew Before The V~,,~ of the NE~A, the SE~ of 1 " In the hope that two fish may the NE% and the NE ,4 of the NW~6 grow where none grew before, andI of Section35. Township 17 North, the small boys of St John and the 'Range 45. E. \V. M., Whitman county, surrounding neighborhood may in theI Wasbington. This property lles on future enjoy the boyhood sports of the state highway, one mile from Pa- kis father, with rod and line, Game louse. Warden Hugh Terhune is this week TERMS: Assumi)tion of mortgage busy procuring catfish and bass to fi.~:n$46~O ~oiith~:~er:~a:tc: cl::rhce:~ stock the Palouse river and its trib- " ~ .. , ~ , s ; country all cash Bids will be received up to utaries in this section of the . ' " ' Through the cooperation of theI October 1, 1921. Right reserved to Idaho Game and fish commission the. reject any and all bids. fish are being taken from the DelsolI Apply to M. D. MePherson, Palouse and neighboring slews above Lewlso Washington, for further information. Macaroni | nu 1 It III i I II I i I ,I nu n[n WELLS &b BYRON Phone 48. III I I I I II I : ALl " . , IF YOU ARE 60INO Ti) HOLD A SALE THIS SPRING SEE J. J. LYNCH PALOUSE'S PIONEER AUCTIONEER 1~1~,. LYNCH HAS A RECORD OF SUCCESSFUL WORK AS AN' AUCTIONEER EXTENDING OVER A LONG PERIOD OF YEARS For Dates and Terms Call 9F23, or Address J. J. Lynch. Palouse, Wn. II |tlltl III IIIIII I ttt am II II I Readthe Republic Want Ads.