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Palouse, Washington
September 23, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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..... BIG CORN CROP SAID ross Planning Roll Call. . .................. A letter from V. tf. F'arnham,i chairman of Ihe fifth annual roll call,t - t ......... TO NOW BE ASSURED Tom MLx m The Un amed,,:~ :i Spoka~(~pter, (,f ,lie Red Cross, toI "A'tale of the wes,. a st~.~:;l~ :~ A~i~.~erlin. local chairman, in-j whitsling Dan of the untamed smi~: I~rG~ :'Ns~m~ber 11 ,(, 24. At ,his] Washington. D. U.--Reeov/~rv or the within whose mild eyes t~l~rJ~:qurks, time every one will be asked to rene,vj corn crop during August frmn tlle tla~ baleful yellow glare of~ !their in the Red ('ross. | serious damage sustained from .]uly :~ ~--~ - ! wealll,,r conditions featured lhe Sep- t; of the mighty staltion~'~* .... ~ ..... . ~g of the ranges, and the devil dog, Palouse Men are Jurors . tcmber grain report of lhe department Ol~!y E. i-I Van Slyke, H. L. Howard of agriru lure toda3. Pavored with i'How md D. R. AtherIon are the Palouse~gd growing temperatures and plenty --- of rain in practically the entire corn hlld wlmse names appear in the ~n; mncl of the jourors, drawn recently belt, the production forecast made a ~ove for the girl, one fez )y ('ount) Clerk dohn Newman, for jmnp of 154,000,000 bushels, bringing one to 'get' l he term of superior court to begin tile indicated prodtu:tion to 3,186.000,- October lO. I~00 bnshels, or only 48.000,000 bushels ~ and their less than last year's crop. the largest ~ieve their grown. Guild Gives Party Friday Night. With continued favorable conditions of the Holy Trin- lids year's production may yet be. lqrch will give a. card come a record crop. indications are hall Friday night, that most of the (Top in now ouI Of will be 50 cents, danger from frost. stes sounds the clear whistling of ~ Th, wheat crop showed a decline ef If yOU have never worn a Mal. }an of the desert, to the very la,~t ?,,()00,,00 bnshels, wi~h 754.m)0,000 ~ragraph, when one hears the cry C.D. Morris Holds Sale, bushels indicated as !his year's bar. ]ory, come in and try on a few, h ~ ' ' ~ ' C. l). Morris will hohl a sale Tues- v,~st. Oats will be ~l MIm't rrop, t]l~ i~d the call of the wild geese flying " big assortment of Fall styles has ,~,~th." . "dUy on tile Meinig t/lace east of Pa- indicated production having de,.line! just come in, Such is the deserilltion b~)/ G. }{.' 'tcmse. He: ofl'ers a COmltlett~ farming 7,600,000 bushels ,lurine. Augasl, \~itll Itnam's Sons, publishers of Y~ax outfit. - By the time you've tried on two ii ere]) Of |,),ttl~,O00,O0(~ ~Jllshe]s fore(:a~t, 'and's novel. "The Untamed." A ...................... I'hat Is 4:|6,0o0,000 bt ,~ e ~ smaU,~,,, or three you'll understand why )nderful picture, made from a won- Sodorff Will Move. than last ye~+t"s crop and 14::,0im,0(io millions of well-dressed men weal' i Crful + " ' "+' "~ .... + story, wzth the daredeVlT3'~)W' " ~j~hli: ~}~~oi.~f, who has been farm- bnshels less than tl e five-year aver~ a Mallory in preference to any screen star, Tom Mix, in the ro~e of ing the August Leistner place, has age. other hat, Whistling Dan, is promised in the r~ the .J., W. Simpson place north Potatoes showed an tmq'eas0 of 1,, Don~t compare Mallory Hats forthcoming offering at the Bell tl~.e'~ ,q~!'~:arfiel~i~lld will soon move on it. 000.000 bushels over a month a~o, witl, ~t~e, which begins next Friday. '"[he'iC'-: ~, with other hats. ' :i~" -t total t)f 32:L000,0t)o bushels, but tho ~LTntam.ed' is a strange romance of ._;$~panese Tea-Drinking. rrop is almost l~(,I * 0 snlatler ,l~an MALLORY STYLES tt~ree inseparable comrades, of the' Tea is ass.tilled i. Ilu, .la!mm,