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WHAT YOUR NEISHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOINGic pted a position with Warner's .,Hardware & Implement company. ------= The position was made vacant re. Dick R~,hertuon visilcd ai IIarvard ! Illtt) ln(I "WOl'O oil lheir \~ay to Grande ten(iv by the reMgnation of Alva . Poage, who hought the Pahmse g~r- (O~PICI&L PUBLICATION) Sunday. t iCmtde Valley. I Born to 'William F,)wlcr, a ~diri, .Ur. and Mrs. ,I. A. Bhmm and ;'~(' Sel)tnleber 17. I son, F. E. B]mn were ~ransaclin~ Bob Miller aud Ear] l'o.rsh,)rg have Dr. I). B. liarvison is (m lh(, si[,kI businc~ in (?olfax Haturliay. tnrmed a. 1)artnership and will con- list this week. [ I,loyd Miller wont to Spokane ~[o~-'duct ~m auto repair shep in the old ,'llrs. \V. ,I. Marlin ~I)('nt the week-i day to il)oet his wife and sol/, .,v}~() Palouse steam laundry buildin~r. ~d lit. 5Ionize ",'. i were l'ellirllillg I'1"o111 ('alit'orlHa Frank Poe and C. L. Daily, who con- . Dr. edH" .I. Hlllilil \v:l~ :[ .'llc~:.c(iw V[~I-i 3lab who want work arc so:tree ducted the shop in this btllldlng, have I'U ~)PII IO ),l {'he~l,er Hi,r-' n:~nd-, ha\'v t)(,Oll llltid~ l'ecoliIlv,. P~luuseii:!ve chal'gt*:arageOf lhe, shop work In the chtirnl. RelUrl[l tu W. O 1-t-pPeCk ' Sel)lClll~()tq' l!#. a 1)ov I,evi Archil)ldd lel't ,~IolDl:tv L'oi.I ................. _ .............................. FOR SALE--Grand Oak coal stove. Warreh Throop attended lhe l,ew-I Alberla, where he tlas land hohllng>. 4' 4. ~ .I, 4` 4, + @ 4` ]Ston fair las~ Saturday. J'l{e will h)ok after his crol) wi,ile in! 4' @ @ @ @ 'Alberta. 4. AMONG THE CHURCHES ................................... I,. E. Kegley. 27-1p Mr. and *Its. M. It. .\lcl'iwr~on i .b 4. + 4. 4. 4. 4, 4, 4. 4, 4. 4, 4. 4. 4. I,OST---A Winchester 12-gauge shot- drove to Spokan~ Sun( av Mr. ~ml Mrs. \V, T. l'eck and ,\ir.I Baptist Church. gun, trap grade, in leather case :~nd Mrs. I'llery IefI Wednesday by The Sunday school is gettin~ ready Saturday afternoon. Finder leave at Miss CoMa Wilson atlcnded (h~' natmnobih, for (;,lJfornim where they: for l)romotiol~ aniI rally ,lay oi1 the Rel)ublle office and receive reward. LewisLon fair lasl week. will silo I I the winter. 2~-l-p i~orn to Mr. and Mrs. (.luv ('ore- i first ~m~,lay |n October Don'[ Iniss it ~! ' Mrs. I{'.-tnnah Swanson, who |i,'es i I,ast Sun(hkv morning ,,'e heard Rev. FOR SALE--Singer-sev,:in-g nlaehine, '0ok, Septen~l)(,r 17, :~ ~4irl. (m ll(m~htoli slreet, has moved to'Mr. Nelson of Spokane. so that the range heaters and other household f!Miss Lois ..\~ldr~,w is recvelilla: S!)ring't'on. hlaho, where her son, anrlo~H~eed seru)oll Oil 'A Seventeeu goods. Mrs. (2atherine Andrew. 28-2p rIn ~1 alia(,k of Ionsilitis. ..'~ ed(,ri(:k, is empl(~ve(. Hundred-Year Baptist Plea for the FOR SALE----ltange, first-class. Stan- J' (~. Throol) is o d ng out a ('ar Mrs. E. \V. I;urleson acCOmlmni,~d i Ite~tor;,~ion" was nor preached. This dard Favorite. lnqttlre Mrs. Annie of ttlnlbeT which goes io (!ol!,x. i her son, Theodore. as far an Spokane will be rhc subjeel for next Sunday. Gregory, Phone 18-F-23 28-4-p Attorney \V. t,'. Morrison wv,~ ~:'an~ I Tue:(l( av The(~dore went to Vermil- I,ttsI Sunday nig'ht. Olll of seven sub- acting 1)usilless ill Moscow Mo)~d:K. ' lion. S. |)., to enter cullege. ;jeers for sermons presente(1 by the Jess Lynd and t,]lmer Plcdger ,.~,- Word has been recch.ed from Mus- congregation tile following was cho- ited the Lcwiston fair ins! week. '. selshetl, Montana, o[ the birth of an ~'( n by vole: "~Arhal Ought to Be the 8. T. Scot! attended ('mmnan(/c':' eight-p(mnd girl to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Attitude of Christians Toward popu- Knights Templar at Sl)okane l,'riday lluntcr. The little miss was named lar Amusements?" This will. there- Celia. ~ fore. be the subject of the sermon for GLASSIFIED. ADVERTISIK6l_ REPOR~ 0 ~01~DITION FOR SALE--I wish to dispose of 'a few J OF THE izou~etmld goods before leaving for/ o.oom Security State Bank dining table, ldtchen table, rockers, Located at P~louse, State of VCashington, at the close of business on the heating stove, etc. H. C. Shropshire. 6th day of September, 1921: .. -- ~.S-lP .................. RESOURCES WANTED 1"0 BUY~Some shoats, Loans and discounts ......................... $395,515 65 weight 80 to 100 pounds. W. S. Overdrafts ......... , .............. " ......... ~.91"~ Re(Imam 2-t-P 1.. S. Bonds, Certificates oF Indebtedness. War Savings and Thrift Stamps, par value $16.250.00 .................... 14,755.56 Other bonds and warrants. Banking house. ...................... 7,82175 Other real estate owned .............. ''. ............... 14,700.00 Furniture and fixtnres. 5,000.00 .................................. 4,081.27 Cash on hand, clearing house items and due from approved re- serve agents (Legal reserve~. .......................... 117,734.83 Checks and other .cash items .............................. 410.80 Due from Banks not approved reserve agents ................ 2,300.00 Deposit with Guaranty Fund Board ........................ 7,940.$~ Total .................................. ~0 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In. ................................... $ 60,000,00 Surplus fund, .......................................... 12,000.00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes pald ............... 3,696.16 Demand deposits. Time deposits. ' ...................................... 296,830.14 Ilills payable. ........................................ 198,259.20 ....................................... None ~'Olt SALE---Good Pord car in excel- Mortgages payable ....................................... None lent condition; has fine motor and Money borrowed ......... three new tires; will seel cheap, in- Other liabilities ............ " ....................... None None quire Republic office. Phone 67 Total .............................................. $570,785.50 FOR SALE--A Coles Hot Blast heat- ]~-,~01?~k~DUM. ing stove. Dr. J. M. Rlsley. 26-t~ Contingent Liabilities: We will try to go to lie i~ era-i the principle of the thing and let the (.hips fly whore they please. The sub- ployed in Ihe accounting dcl)artu)c~lt stance of the sermon will be to show 'that the Christian attitude Is that of coml)lete freedolu under a deep sense of obligation to do what is good for ~ll as well as for one's self The B. Y. P. U. will meet ,~ 6:30. 1;'loren('e llaily, Miss Poage and Mrs. lion Sunday. when several classes ~Ir. and Mrs. Roy \VIII of S~)o-. Ada f)dcrlin drove to Lewis(on Sat-~ will rec.eive diplomas for their del)art- kane were week end ~.uests at the tlrday, i lllent. .I.A. P, loon) home. They came by It. E. l)aniels of Spokane has ac- Preaching at 11 a. m. St~bject: "~ "The Geography of the Kingdom." ........ :~.. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. FINANCIAL C U LTIVAVO RS Cultivating a bank account is a profitable procedure for any farmer to follow. At this bank we lake personal interest ht our farmer friends and strive to help them build up sound credit and ample resources. We shall be glad to welcome YOU as a de- positor tond to offer you the same, helpful ser.~ vice. Farmers National Bank . [)A I,()l:SI,:, WASHIN('/I'()N i ........... We Buy Wheat DON'T FORGET THAT WE ARE ALWAYS IN THE I~AR- KET TO BUY WHEAT IN OUR OWN WAREHOUSES AT ALL TIMES. WE CARRY A PULL LINE OF POULTRY FEEDS, CRACKED WHEAT, SCRATCH FEE]] EGG MASH, SHELL, BONE, CHARCOAL AND GRIT. ALSO A PULL LINE OF SHORTS, BRAN AND ROLLED OATS. WE STILL HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BINDING TWINE. SEE US P0R SAX AND SAX TWINE. IF NOT RIOHT SEND IT BACK A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE POTLATCH Preaching at 7:30. Subject: "The IAfe, Times and Character of Queen Esther," -A sermon especially for young ladies. FOR SALE--Underwood typewriter, in good condition. Inquire at this office. Twelve-inch boards, surfaced two sides, $1.40 for one hundred feet Six-inch Rustle, $1.20 for one hun- dred feet. 27-If Potlatch Lumber Co. FOR SALE.---A buggy, $2,5; a good harness. $10, or both for $2a. C. R. Delepine. 26-tf vet ~ALZ-:--~oi:/y-,~;E.- is" mliea southeast of~"Spokane, one-fourth mile to electric station; all tillable house, barn and plenty of water; 1 ~,4 mile to high school. Inquire oF Mrs. P. J. x, owell, Palouse, Wash. 26-3-p FOR SALE----Lease ou 460 acres of choice land; can be divided; outfit to go with lease. Inquire of Stanley Anderson, Palouse. 25-tf [N'-TENSIVE -selli-~g-and -intensive advertising brings results. Our Stralght Grade ~'lou~" Is going fast; $1.50 per sack, $5.~'0 per barrel,at mill; $6,00 per barrel at railroad sta. tics l'alouse Milling Co. 2~tf Prayer mce!lng Thursday at 7:30. " ...... I Every one cordlally invited to at- WASTE ao tears upon lost years, but .. itend all these services " turn a leaf and s.mile and econu- ]I[' T~ity Ch mlze and get back tO pre-war baals, Holy urch and use h)cal wheat flour at $1.50 par ] ] Euci~wist ~ '~ m (hurch school sack, $5.80 per barrel at mill. Pa- ins ' louse Milling Co. 21-tf I1 :,' l|'. ' ~ial attd s;'rlnon tit 11. i Evensong and sermon at 7:.~0. DRE~-Mb, KiN0--d~ssmaklng -d-0n-e i I All are welcome, by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J ' [ E ,W. BURLESON, Vicar. aud Maxwell streets:' 36 I Methodist Church. ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J Episcopal . Sunday school at 10. Morningwor-I Ishlp at II. Theme: "Conserving OurI DRESSMAKING WANTED. Mrs. M. R Thompson, Cannon st. 22-tf I (~r'eatest Resource." ] ) - I Epworth League at 6:L0. Eveningl LOST-=-A black traveling bag filled , with clothing, mostly baby clothes. worship at 7:30. Theme: "The !~i- IContalned purse with some money In hie a l,iving Book." it. Bag also contained spectacle case FALL SEEDING IS UNDER WAY. and crochet work. Lost between Pul~- I man and P-tlouse Sunday~ Finder Some Farmers Will Not Sow Until notify Ira Short, College Meat Mar2 Later in Season. [ ket, pullman, Wash. 25-tf. I,~all seeding has begun around this OUR rat'es-are best on Farm Mort- city. Several farmers started their gages. Iuland Empire Securities seeders this week. others will not C,o, 727 Old National bank building, start until later, as the)' think they Spokane, VCash. 25~tf ebtain better results from late seed- Call For Sealed Bids ~ing. t NOTICE is hereby given that I ester l)ail~ st ties that smut can [~ "" .... ~ " ' ' following described real estate is for host be eliminated by very early seed- sale. to wit: ling or very htte seeding "It has Tile W~A of the NE~,, the SE~I of i,been my experience," he said, "that ihe NE~ and the NE~ of the NW~A ~he seeding done Just in time to allowiof Section35, Township 17 Itho wheat !o get nicely started turns iout best. at harvest time." t Joe Franzen says that the agricul- ~tural college claims that the late weeding is the best and he always Range 45, E W. M,, Whitman county, Washington. This property lies on the state highway, one mile from Pa- louse. TERMS: Assumption of mortgage gets better results from late seeding.I ror $4600 w/th Interest at 7 per cent The very early seedtng produces~ from date of sale, balance cash; or too much straw, is the oplnlon of[ vl. all cash. Bids will be received upt0! lllost practical farmers in this October 1, 1921. Right reserved tO cinity, j reject an)' and all bids. Apply to M. D. MePherson, Palouse River Road Under Repair. Joe Franzen was in Palouse Tues- day nod stated that he was grading and doing rock work on the :river road east of Palouse. He says that (Ms week witl end the rock work for this year, except that some emer- gency work may be necessary. Ontario Couple Visits Palouse. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cameron of Wlar- ton, Ontario, are visiting at the F. H. Ankcorn heine. Mrs. Canzeron is a sisfer of Mrs. Ankcorn. Announcement. l wish to inform the public that I will start my chop mill and elder mill "lhe first of October. Bring in your .e'rain and apples. Cider vinegar 40c Dcr gallon. Gee. DeGowin. 28-3 We have installed new screens in our seed cleaning separator and we are in position to do a better Job of cleafiing than ever. PALOUSE MILLING CO. By N. B. Hnnsperger. VCashingtou, for further information ili iii i i i ii E. M. IRWIN SuCCeSSOR ~'O Anderson & Co. Undertaker m Glass and Picture Framing. m Telephone 6,5 MADAME MAJER Hyde Bhlg. Spokane, Wash. Aficordian-Knife.Side-Box Pleating Hemestitohing, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION (a~ Notes and bills r~liscounted. ..................... Nono (b/ Other bills of exchange, notes, etc. guaranteoct by this bank by indorsement or otherwise ............ None State oF Washington, County of Whitman, ss. I, M. D. McPherson. cashier of the above named bank, or trust company, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement Is true to the b~ of my know~edge and beJlef M. D. McPHERSON. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before nte this 14th day of September, 1921. Correct. Attest: W. 1~. MORRI~ON, ROBERT ~. SMITH Notary Public In and for the state of A, J. WEBSTER, Washington, residing at Palouse. Directors. - I- " 'l I . Back to Pre-War Prices COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAd Satisfactory Terms May Be Arranged Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall Store Woodcock Brand John Elb's Extra Macaroni WELLS BYRON Phone 48. New Hats Arriving Daily Millinery, like advertising, is a quantity of vast importance to every Woman. Volumes may be written on the subject, yet when you have read it, be it ever so clever, and well constructed, conveys but a vague Idea, and does not give you the viston which an actual view of'the Hats does. PRICED FROI ANY PRICE YOU WISH TO ANY PRICE YOU WISH MODEL MILLINERY STORE