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E XXV, N0.29. PAI, OUSE 7 REPUBLIC i , ,, ,, PKLOUSE. WHIT~a.N com lt.: wAsmJ o . .~ . . , .. - - . . i-, i i iii' 'i -f .... SE~F.J~t 80, IH1. . i i i. iv i - ....' - iFARM PROGUCTS LAWRENGE WESI PIONEER WOMAN ZEN'S WURE hlgHou. einPalouse, i STILL COMING IN KILLED INSTANTLY /Friends of E.W lrwinofthiscitv The RotmdTableelubmotSeptem. PASSES AWAY ...... Were surprised last Thursday when ber 15 with Mrs. Lester Daily. It was The le::rne~l that he had married the first-meeting after the summer APPRECIATION GIVEN .urn. Liilian Darling. The marriage FIFTEEN CARLOADS OF PRUNES Y0~NG MAN CLEtINING GUN RE- "vacation. "Mrs. C, L. Pemberton, the ]~,,S, ~Y RINGO D]~S B~]~" TO SECURE REAP- ceremonywas performed by Rev. A. } BEING SHIPPED 0UT~GRAIN CEIVESFATAL WOUND--SON OF ~retiring president, opened the meQt- DENLY AT HOME OF DAUQI[- A. Callen'dar of the Colfax Methodist ing and turned it over to Mrs. Aria -- VISITORS PRES- church/ STILL COMES TO WAREHOUSES RESPECTED FARMER -- WAS Oderlin, the new ~Xesident. Ten TER,--WAS MOTHER OF LARGE I'members responded to roll call, "Va- MAKE SPEECHES, . Thg/bride is well knowll in P~-I POTATOES COMING IN. 22 YEARS OF AGE. !cation Echoes." FAMILY. i(mse, having formerly lived here. Mr. irwin has been here over twoi The president appointed" the "fol- crowd attended the~ ~ears, having purchased the Ander-t Grain sti-ll continues to come into The ~mmunity Was shocked Mon-~'lowing committees for the enabling Mrs. Emily Ringo, a ploneor of thin ~of commerce luncheon Sat-! " " " -- -,~m ~u~(lec~aking establishment. I town. about 35 loads of wheat daily day a~ernoon ~hOn news came that year: " :-- -': community, passed away Friday nisht has been ~resent for a . I),oth or the c,)ntracting parti..,s being ~aken into t~e Farmers Union I,awren~e west had been killed by the Executive committee---Mrs. E. A, 'at: the home of her daughter, ]ffLrm. and much enthnsi-' stand high in the esteem of the c()m- ,teenier The sack warehouses are disehal~ge of a rifle that he had been McClellan, Mrs. F. H. Ankcorn, Mrs. Charles Tweitmeier. Although ~he in the work m" munity. The couple are at home ~ ) ~',ill open and considerable grai~, is cleaning. The undertaker and friends I. C, Peterson. had been a sufferer with rheumatism R L. Smith. chairmani their friends in (he rooms above tlh~ .,,:ing iu in sacks, of the family hastened to the home to Park committee--Mrs. C. L. Peru- for a number of years, her d~at~ committee, made an ad-. un(!e:'l~q(ing parlors. The local dealers have begun to re- assist the stricken family and found berton. Mrs. J. C. Throop, Mrs. 3. A. came suddenly. Wtltch he highiy commends ~; ....... ceive potatoes. The Farmers Union is the body of the young man lying on Miller. She had been living in Palouae On by Joe Franzen. road h)ading out two carloads of potatoes the ki.tclten floor, where he had been Press committee---Mrs Allan Lain. the south hill and on Friday she went this district, the lasf ~'.Ui]} 2m.,.flm-:,~ Honor Student. ' /be present time. These are to be cleanin~ his gun. phere, out tovisit her daughter for a few reeved tha~ a vote of corn- i~!i~: [l.,lit] Farllh~tln daughter o[ hi;reed to local points. The easters The tragedy is Said to have oc- P~TRJ,1)~I~, LIMIT ~ 11I]~, 'days. She seemed to bein her usual be extended ~o Mr. Pran- Dr. W.:,ltev Fairham of P.~louse. h~s ~arket has not opened up yet. Pota-[ carted in this manner: The father ~ i : 'health, ate a hearty meal aBd ln~til~d. committee oppointed ~o -::,~.]h,d .~ .:.n bom)r student at Pull- toes are worth from $1.30 to $1 401 end oneo$ thebrothers had gone to Violators of theLawWtlt 1~ Ri~dly In the night she awakened her daugh- the counLv commissmn- ' "~]. r[']'~o State college offers free , cr handred pounds, town on a business erranii, leaving liTOSI~ut~L ter, oamplalning "of distressing pallas 'in the region of her heart, A phy~i- :1 that they re.~p-I room ~] the (lormh~tory re students The up-river warehouses o~ ~tie A.l 1Lawrer~ and his "~hother at home. Purau~,t to the provision of sub- as road su~Jervist)r who enroll a~ the State college who .; Webster company are right in :he The young man and~hls mother were division 9, section 3, chatpter 3~, 'clan was called, but before he could stand first in their ~enior year in year. : .... -. - . . . . w,~ o[ l~z, notice ls hereby given BOone also spoke m very high ~ehool ,Mi~s Farnham, bv vh'tue[ n id~t of their busy season At Pot talking~a~d laughing. Lawrence ~:ent la ............... arrive life had become extinct. -... " latch they received 18 loads of sacked into the garaen ann ~rought up some, that the omen season foe the tg~kl~t,~ Emily Foster was born .September ;' Us of the work d,)n-, i m j ~ her high standing ill her class in wheat Tuesday forenoon and the same! cantaloul)es and the two ate one. The, o T~,vl~g~'~ ~,:.*-~tg,~"~x~gh~;~ "24, 1841, at Springfield Illinois, and this district this vear.!:~"~'l),'~":~'(~ :