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September 2, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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WILLIAMSON'S STORE IS RAPIDLY BEING WHIPPED INTO SHAPE ~lhe mills and factories have been notified that we have bought the Interstate "I fading Company of Palouse. Williamson's have wired them for qumk action for 1heir choicest and best values by freight and express. [very Incoming Train Already is carrying to You and Us Sterling Merchandise From the Country s Best Sources of Supply. '\\ i~liamsc~ns' have lon,2 .~ince learned the fact that prices backed by goodmerchandise control the 11-,~(],. (:i :hr. u~i\ cist;--and on lhg,! stand we bid for your business coupled with good service and a spirit ~.t [.~tl,l,iir~{ a bt~.llcr l~\vl~ and c, ounty. WHAT'S COMING OR HA8 COME ('oals and Suils for women. Klrchbaum s Clothing for men and young fellows. Utz & tot women. Robert, Johnston & Rand and Walkovers for men. Columbia Sweaters. etc. A complete store soon we'll offer you. [VERY DOLLARS WORItl BOUGHT FOR CASH ON Tile NEWEST LOWEST MARKETS WILLIAHSON'$ Successor to Interstate Trading Company ii i,, i , , CORRESPONDENcE!~'~ ................... "~ I New ral! Millinery /i!i, I An impressive showi~g for the Miss or Matron'|/:~: | Narrow and roll brim Sailors. New off the face con- I/~, ~s. Smart Turbans a~nd others in silk and 1/4 | metal combinations. Call and inspect them. |[*~* I MODERATELY PRICED /i:!: %.. /a umm3ow ~AT. ', O. Mitchell and wife of Weiser, ~, and "pur.~ - i ..~.~. ~vzary Arrasmith andi of Palouse took dinner at Turnbow home one day last i and Mrs. Clarence Steele have from their vacation, visiting] Re's sister at Wallace, Idaho, I the time. k Powers spent the week-end! s brother, B. W. Powers. i Blanc Turnbow and son have ~tX and Mrs. Jesse Gibson have ~ alti~g in Colfax and Spokane l~ast week. L' Young and son, Charles, ~trlp to St. Marles Wednesday, ~z~g Prlday. ~:1: gJUKIAC. ; Babb is on fife sick list ~/~l Smith and wife motored to Lesday. ~Penter and wife, from Col- visitors in our neighbor- SUnday. ~nora Bennett from Garfield g her grandmother, Mrs. ,s we~ k. Babb and wife spent Satur- home from Moscow. and Mrs. H. S. McClure drove the first of the week, they are visiting friends. Joyce and Mary Daniel are the week with their aunt, D. St. John, in the Cove. ,q, Brown and daughter, MissI ~f ROckford, visited with his Mrs. Meal MeClure, Sun- " ~eorge Evans and daughter, with B. W. Powers and this week. PRINC~TON. Grace Larkin of Orofino and Maynard of Johnson guests of Mrs. Wayman Wil- Sinclair went to Beverley, to visit his brother, gEE EXHAUSTION OF RAOIUM Many Authori~ez Beiiave There Will Be None Remaining in-Aba,~': Twenty-Five Years. Some authorities predlcl that, 25 years fl'om now. tl~ere will be no ra- tlh~m left h, tile worhl. By Hint tl:?..e, it is claimed, all available ores of this wonderful mineral will trove been used tip.. The so-nailed radium elnana[iong aN supposed to be electrified partlele,~-- though Just what these particles are nobody knows. Tlmy do not seem to t'~e identlfiabJe as any kind of matter, But after heiu~ given off. ~hey cease to be electrically charged and assume the form of h'eilom. Here is a case ahogether extraor- dinary, in whiet~ one element is actual- ly transmuted into another element--a phenomenon which has hitherto been thought Impossible. Helium was first discovered in the sun. it was later found in our o~'u atmosphere, which contains a minute percentage of it. Natural 'gas from some wells In Texas and elsewhere yields considerable quantities of it-- so much in certain Instances that, h~ lug noninflammable. It render,~ the gas less useful as fuel. Is it to be imagined that all of the i exlstlng helium was originally derived i from radium? Nobody can answer that question. ~oss,~ ~ ;7 ;~s,~,m i City Authorities Who Have Dealt With the Problem Are Strongly ~lth Mrs. Babb's parents, of That Opinion. ' bits. Prank, at Olenwood.. ] ..... -~ J Men and women who gossip, said ~7 ..... [Dr. E. H. Bullock of Chicago, city barti . " I health director, eanm,t be in ttmlr es who took the vases n should be z~en the _ , J right mind. a d . . g''. Fisher s grave in Green-l closest attenthm to get them back to are known. Return normal. They have been called "as- ~ce and save trouble. 25-tf sassins of character," and E. C. B. Jenkins. a psychologist and secretary gentle fresh cow, to the board of police commissioners, Sam J. Boone. 23-3p Ch~l.cggg~.L~ 1~. the _Det~v_e. Februr INTENSIVE selling and intensive advertising brings results. Our Straight Grade Flour is going fast; $1.50 per sacW, $5.80 per barrel, at mill; $6.00 per barrel at railroad sta. tlon. Palouse Milling Co. 2-tf ary, 1921, that the neightmrhool gosMp and the anonymous letter writer trove one of the nestle,-, h)west and most vicious forms of lnsanlty known to medical circles. Theh' distorted imag- ination visualizes scones which they would have come true, and their in- sane mind immediately grasps the story and they repeat it as if it were true. Gossip and anonymous letters, says the New York Medical Journal. are a constant pest at police headquarters, but reports registered with poli('e om- cars In an attempt to injure character Let us take your old coal and wood ranges and give you credit on a new electric range as first payment, and balance at $10.00 per month by these means ar fai~,e telephonic with your current bill. reports are a failure; in fact, ihe po- lice take more pleasure in tracking the informer than the one Informed With an electric range and water heater you about i have no dirt to sweep or fire box to fill. Turn a The uex?t[,:,': ivot?l,a:',g'" threatened little switch and it is ready to cook. Your hoc with a legacy, don't cross your fingers. When you have on yonr'best frock, water tank is filled with plenty of hot water at all times. Ihe Washington Water Chinese have provided a. new word, which is being taken up by the smart- buds from coast to coast, and the beauty ot' it Is that yon can express ~my emotion under the sun with Just ~his one word, "Moskee." So "Moskee" it is now, no matter what happens, if you want to he right there with the last word in proper slang. It suits any situation, so don't fear. Use it whenever and wherever you like. It means Just whatever you want It to m ejaja, Power Phone 120 Company Palouse, Washington