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proved. Tile determination of the de-} partnlent of public works ~o enforceI the law and the new rules has beenI impressed ilpot~ drivers and stagr' companies by stxlnmary action taken when carelessness or negligence has; been reported, i ' ' I A ~.L~ , Sunbeam Flour Better Flour thaa we make .=--------- for you is impossible at any price. Wheat and Oats taken in exchange for Flour and Feed at any time. "~e .rider d0~ wam~ Palouse Mxlling Co. N B. HITNSPERGER, Manager. Palouse Washington And we can assist him if he needs Good Flour (~ihson slid lPred ('allll)lmll of Were htlying sleek in this vi- last Week. t'a rniel.s (:(HIIHH,iA [ iV(~ t hl'(~sheY OUt for the ,qeasoll'S rill) Ihe of last Week. Beatrice Kinlll011 tills l'(~tlll'ncd where she will aKain lake high school work. Beulah anti tlarbara t}ohler, Qleason, X/era ('orey anti Ilelen are ellterillg high school Ulah (%chrane wilt attend SChool at Palouac. Victor and ;Qleason will again lake up their ill tile high st,tuml at PothHch ~'g tile eOlllill~ lerlll. and Chambers l,'lat sehoels MOnday. Miss Alice Rouse of Will have charge of the prinlary lie Harvard schm)l, while Mi~s Moset)w will have tile upper Miss Martha Imke of \Vei.*er :~aeh in Chami)ers Flai. N011o Tinnetl is (11) froln SleD- relatives an(I friends for days I--I. Duff returned last week the lower Palotlse colllltry, he il:~s been working duril/g and Mrs. H. H. Queener of Bo- relatives in ftarwn'd a few last Week. liter Tinnell wus a visitm" al the last (If lhe week. Gibser, otherwise Dr. Me- 0f Print, elan, was selling his 1~ this eOilllllllllily iasl week. J" Sl)lith and faintly o[ t{ehner Visilors ill Harvard last week. Maleohn was hollle frolli ,~llnday, TURNBOW FLAT, and Mrs. Lewie l:leyde le[t onI Sday by automohile for a visit] their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Mar-I at Portland, Oregon. [ Ed Wiley was called to Kel-1 MOnday to see her daughier.! Qranl i Turnbow, who has ty-I I ~ever. ~[ r, and Mrs. Rex Gross and Clara] and others of Palnllse l~lOtOl'edt ~Okane Sunday. r and Mrs. AIex. !,\ arner al.(1 ] ~Ohnaa ()f Palouse took dinner j home of Ed Wiley Sunday. Dorothy Wilson of Palouse the week-end with her sisler, 'Chester Berry. den Vallev school opened Monday Miss Rowe of Palouse as teaeh- Flat school also opened Miss Elzora I]arlford of Mead COVE. le ~Vesi Cove school opened Sep- t; with Miss Berglung of Idaho, as teacher. Miss Lock- of Cheney will have eharge el' ~ast Cove sehool, wIl.h Miss Clod- of Palouse as assistant. Crooks, Kate HTansen, Ber- hQregory and Rnymond Mathew-, ave alouse ~here the~ gone to P . . ." attend high sehool this winter. Martin Anderson -and chil- reaved Io Palouse fro" the sehool .Mrs. l~]ll)li(!e \Vilson. who has beoll livin~z ill ('alii'()rnia, is now visitill/~ with her sister Mrs. \Valt \Voodfin. - ('hal'les l,'h~wers of Garfieht, Wire is r(lnl/ing the t'nion warehotls.r, :It Henry Karfstedt Walchmaker Jeweler and WATCHES Hamilton, Walthan| and Elgin In all size~ slid grt los. DIASIOND RINGS AND LAVALLIERS And :t l,'ull [,iue of Jewelry and Silverware. PALOUSE, WASH. For eorrecl time buy a Big Pten or a l,ittle l~(u). AUCTION , ALE lhe Southeast of Garfield, on The undersigned will offer at Public Sale at the farm known as Hunter farm and located 6 miles Northeast ot Palouse and 9 miles Thursday, September 15 Commencing at 10 o'Clocll A. FI. illl| i ii _ IL ii The following described property, Livestoclt i i i i ill~ i i to wit: ONE BLACK MARE, 9 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1200 POUNDS ONE SORREL GELDING, WEIGHT 1200 POUNDS ONE BLACK MARE, WEIGHT 1200 POUNDS THREE REGISTERED CHESTER WHITE SOWS, 2 AND 3 YEARS TWO CHESTER WHITE SOWS, 18 MONTHS OLD TWENTY-FIVE SPRING SHOATS NINE HEAD OF HORSES AS FOLLOWS: ONE BAY MARE, 5 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1450 POUNDS ONE BAY GELDING, 10 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1450 POUNDS ONE SORREL MARE, 9 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1500 POUNDS Together With Colt. 0NE BLACK MARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1300 POUNDS ONE BLACK GELDING, 8 YEAR OLD, WEIGHT 1300 POUNDS ABOUT THREE DOZEN CHICKENS ONE ONE ONE ONE )NE ONE ONE ONE ONE Machinery, etc. JOHN DEERE MANURE SPREADER JOHN DEERE GANG PLOW, 14-INCH JOHN DEERE WALKING PLOW, 12-INCH OSBORNE ~0-F00T HARROW OSBORNE 7-F00T DISC VAN BRUNDT 9-F00T DRILL 10-F00T OLIVER ROLLER DAIN MOWER ONE PEA ATTACHMENT McCORMICK $.F00T BINDER ONE RAKE ........... i ill imll i i ili|ii ONE WEBER 3~/~-INCH WAGON ONE BAIN GRAIN TANK ONE BOB SLED ONE VELIE BUGGY ONE HACK ONE (}AS ENGINE, 13~ H. P. THREE SETS WORK HKRNESS SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS, INCLUDING A NEW RANGE 200LS, CHAINS AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION i i ii i illllll AT THIS SALE W. K. WHITTAKER WILL ALSO SELL THE ' FOLLOWING PROPERTY: TO seal HORSE, 10 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT ~300 PONDS ONE FIVE-F00T McCORMICX M0W~R ONE BAY m.the O~E SORREL HORSE, 10 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1250 POUNDS ONE SET OF PL0W HARNESS delicious ONE BROWN HORSE, S YEARS OLD, WmGaT 13oo POUNDS ONE TH~EE-BOTT0~ 12.INCH OLIVER PLOW ONE R~REL CHURN Burley flavor REE ....... LUNCH AT" NO ........... Once you'veF ON enjoyed the toasted flavor ............ you will al- way, want it Terms of Sale: @,,~'z,~..,~,,.:~ ..... " ~:~.,~,,, ~ All sums of $20 and under, cash. On sums over that amount time Frank McClellan and children! .................. moved on the Jame,~ Kin- ! State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, SS, arm la,~t .k. e M'os- Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J, Cheney & Co., doing business In the City Visitors Friday. I or Toledo, County and State aforesaid, ~e girls' Ch.lb met with M's.') ~ M'-tI-i/ and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each l~e~alllev last Thllrsdav. I and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be " cured by tho use of HALL'S CATAI~RH ~S, W. E. MeCau]ey will be the MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. to the Woman's Rural club az Wednesday afternoon, gen- 14. Crooks has purchased a In Tekoa, where he is employed Union Pacific company. William Wilson and Mrs, H. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, ~. D. 1886. A.W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is va~ell in- ternally and acts through the Blood oD the Mucous Surfaces of ths System. Sen,a for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Totedo, Sold by all drugglsls. 75c. l-lalri Family PIII~ for constlpatlon. will be given until cent interesl. 3 per cent discount forcash tor all sums over $20. i illll ii October l, 1922, on approved notes bearing 8 per S. [. IItlNI[R, Owner CItAS. [. WALKS, Auctioneer A. J. W[BSI[R, Clerk