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these was from the farm of O, C. But-[" 7~--% terfield, on Chambers Flat, west oil MANY L[VES LOST ! POTLATCH !.arwrd where a 20-acre field ofi | B REV] TI g S I"MarqM'Sbushels peraVeragedacre slightly oVermilling45,[ [N IEXAS FL00g O==~,_~ ............... : ....... ,;.j 'wheat. of No. 1 l H. E. Fuss has purchased the Lit- Mrs. Annie Smith is visiting at the Nundreds of Persons Injured tlefiehl place northwest of Potlatch home of her son near Hclmer this and will move his family there in the week. Mrs. T. G. Reese of Portland, When Water Sweeps Over near future. Mrs. George Stewart of Moscow and City 0f Sad ~fl~otlJo, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Yates returned Mrs. Louise Fry of Linden visited Sunday from a week spent with Mr. with relatives here a few days last Yates' parents at Plummet, Idaho. week. San Antonio, Texaa.--The list. of Lester Flasher is at his desk in the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dailey are via- known dead from Saturday's flood ls main office after a week's vacation, itlng at the home of their son at Cle placed at 47. The dead and missln$ Mrs. Otto Lachmund left Friday Elum, this week. were estimated at approximately 250 for a trip to San Francisco. She was E.C. Johnson and Arlelgh Parker by rescue workers, while Poller Corn- accompanied by her little grand- were .Mosco~ visitor~ the Ins| of the missioner Pll Wrlght said they might daughter, Fvitzie, who has been visit- 'week. total 300. Many residents, however ing her grandparents for several Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sexton and sons consider these fignres high. weeks, and N. W. Salisbury were visitors in The property loss was placed at $5,.' Miss Elizabeth Miller, secretary of!~Garfield Saturday. 000 000 by some business men, bat botl~ the Y.W.C.A.-at Ptlthnan, spent tlm~ E..P.l.~.ahner and famil): 0~.:Vila lower :andhigher esttmate~ were ~ade. week end with her.aunt, Mrs. Louise were" visitors up the river Saihrday: ~io~e'.L]iali !000: hoboes were inns. Everett Brown, Palouse brick-mak:i datid:in Sat~ AlttOnlo, ffmst of ~hem C.'~ Hall. " .... ..... Mi~s Ruth ~Vhltfield, a. student at or, was a visitor Ul) the rive~ Samday, ~vrecked bythe l:2:to i5 reel of water 1he State college, was the guest of Zenas tiinman of ~Itafford -drove ~hat r~shed into the city l'ronl the Sale Miss Dottle Murray over Sunday. through Harvard Saturday or) rental Antonio river neat' midnight whel) P.. M. Lachmund is making an ex- to Palouse, returning Sund~y[ ! ino~t-of: the Clty was a~leep, hurlin~ tended business trip in the east. Dudley Arrasmith of Palouse wasl buildings fro/li foundations and crtll~, Miss Ruth Hall entertained the In- m Itarvard SuBday teeming en route! ling H~em against ope anot!ler, dies of the faculty of the Potlatch to his mining property IB the lieu-t Scenes of tragedy and horror were duos i Ilaeavet'ed by soldiers, police and other schools at her home on Vriday even- ~e~tue ~O~'keI~ Debzls Y, as tlet~ h|gh lag. F.E. Featherstone and James Mc-I " ~ ' '" " ' ' P J. G. Witt, for many years master Mullah made a brief visit in Harvardl d Mechanic of the Washington, Idaho last week on their way to Los An- ; " , [4 '~ Y " | is -t & Montana Railway eompany, at Pot- geles, California, where they will bite tltg ~t),ee~,,~.~o latch, has resigned his position with~SPend the winter. They will maket Hear%s| property !os~ was h) the that company, effective November 1. the trip by automobile, i city's downtown district. Blocks ot Miss Myrtle Bechtel of St, Marie,! street pav|ag were swept away, Hear. Mr. and Mrs. ~Vitt plan to make their visited relatives here for a few daysI test damage to residences was i~t the future home in Seattle and will leave for that place soon after the first of h|st week. I vichtity of Alazan oreek, where a str|p November. Lawrence and George Malcoim l o~ residencies was wrecked or ~wept Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Storer drove t() have returned from the vicinity ofI Loss of life was heaviest In this dis. Spokane Wednesday. from where they Palouse, where they have been work-1 expect to go to their ranch at ()pl)or- ing (luring the past summer, trict, where the water, crushing in tunity to spend a few weeks. They Elmer Johnson is attending high walls onto sleepers, snuffed out scores ware accompanied to Spokane by Mrs. i school in Spokane this winter, of lives, it was declared. R.S. Chambers and Mrs. V.A. Hiteh- T.B. Akers was looking after prop- JHDEP--~0-~C-~M cock, who returned to Potlatch by erty interests on Meadow (?reek thai train Friday. first of last week. at the home of J. M. (:arr, south of rally for l~'riday evening, October 7...""FIUHNO rAl~llg~ town. A speaker will be ])resent from the Mrs. C. V.-Chatterton of Portland state-Grange. Supper will be servedi is making a brief visit at the home of and a good time assured. All mere- Manila, P. I.---The na(:ionalista and her son, H. W. Chatterton. bers are requested to be present, democrata political parties of the Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fuss and Dr. E. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Salisbury and Philippines both presented memorials T. Hein motored to Priest Lake last daughters were visitors m PalouseI to the Wood-Forbes mission or) the week for a few days' outing. On the first of the week. i eve of the missions' departars tot their return they were aceompAnied Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Salisbury an~li by Mrs. Hein, who has been rusticat- daughter, who have been spendingi ing at the lake for several weeks, the summer at the Gold tlill lookout,[ Henry Turrish of Duluth, Minn., is where Mr. Salisbury has been in the~ employ of the United States forestI the guest of A. ~'. Laird for a few ~ervice. have returned to their home1 days. Miss Nolle Daniels spent the week in Harvard. / end with her parents in Spokane. Misses Beatrice Kinman and Holen~ F. L. Stapleton, manager of the l Thompson, students In the Moscow[ Potlatch Garage company, met with high school, spent the week-end at a very painful accident Wednesday i their homes here. were when some hot lead used In repairing Mr. and Mrs. ~,V. J. Parker batttries exploded and burned the left visitors in Pah)use last week, cheek and the skin around the eye. S. ?,L ~tarner's thresher from near Fortunately the sight was not injured P0tlat((li h/is been threshing on and he will be out very soon. ('.hambers Flat. C. M. ~arrows of the Potlatch Miss Esther Hornby returned last State hank, spent Snnday in Spokane. ~xeek from a visit with relatives in Born to Mr. and Mrs, V. Mondana, Spokane. on Sunday, September 25, a daughter. Adrian Tbompson, who is attending high school at Moscow, was home for HARV~,RI), the week end. A reception for the teachers who George Bay and "W. E. Sexton were have come to spend the winter in our Palouse visitors last week. midst was given by the Harvard La- " Mr. a~d Mrs. G. W. Brown visited dies' Aid Wedntsday night and may with relatives near Palouse a few well be considered one of the big so- days last week. clal events of the season. A large crowd assembled in Smith's hall, COVE. where the reception was held. An ex- Next Sunday will be Rally day. cellent program was given, several ~unday school at 10 a. m. Come, selections being sung by the young help boost for Rally day. A basket people of the Harvard and Woodfell 'dinner will be served at 1 o'clock. An districts. A number of recitals were address by F. C. McLamb of Palouse also given by the young people of our will be given in the afternoon. community. After the program the Thomas Perv shipped a carload of balance of the evening was spent In )runes this week. visiting and playing games. Mrs. W.'~ The stork left a fine boy, Septem- J. Moore and Mrs. E. M. Lovell had 'bet 23 at the home of H. O. Price. charge of the exercises. The guests The neighborhood offers the parents of honor were Misses Alice Rouse and hearty congratulations. Faye Davis of the Harvard schools Mrs. J. O. Broyles, who has b0en ill Miss Edith Gray of Woodfell and Miss in a hospital at Garfield, returned Martha Lutz of Chambers Flat. Re-. home last week. fre~hments were served at a late hour Mrs. A. K. Burnett spent Tuesday after which all returned to their with her sister, Mrs. H. O. Price. homes reporting a very enjoyable evening and extending to the teach- ers their best wishes for success in l their respective schools. The regular monthly business meet- ing of the senior class of the Harvard Sunday school was held at the home of Carl Lancaster, south of Harvard, ~,a.turday evening, with a good at- tendance. Miss Alice Rouse was elect- ed class secretary, succeeding Miss Barbara Gilder, who resigned to take up her studies in the Potlatch high school After the business meeting the remainder of the evening was spent in music, singing and playing games. Refreshments were served, af- ter which a vote of thanks was given the heat for a very pleasant evening's entertainment. Harvest was brought to a close here Saturday, when the farmers' co- operative thresher finished its sea- so~'s run and pulled into winter quar- ters. C. H. Backer's machine finished threshing on Chambers Flat Friday and moved to the lower country. While some few fields reported light yields, due to the e~cesslvely hot weather of late July and some smut was in evidence, though not sertous, the yield here may be considered as normal or better, as some very good yields wer~ reported. Chl@f amml~ Friday AND Saturdav A I" T H [2 ,AND Saturday Potlatch Mercantile POl t ,lftt, IDAItO ,u GROCERY SPECI LS China urging independence for the is- V,% lands and arguing in support of the pleas that a stable government has~:(*$~ been established there. 1t1~ ~V. Cameron Forbes, nlember Of the [t* mission, addressing the democrats and [)'$-e~e . naelonalista representatives who pre-[,~, seated the memorials, said that the 1;~; mission in its report to President[ Harding would pay due tribute to the/~$v capacity of the Philippines for govern- nlenJ:. Major-General Wood, in his address, promised that he would do all in his power for the interests of the b~illipino people He expressed a desire to see a "sane struggle between the polit- ical parties of the Philippines," add- ing that, apparently, only o~-e party existed at present, Judging from the overwhelming majority of the .na- clonalistas in both houses of t~e leg- Islature. He said that this fact wear be mentioned tn the mission's report Prompt Delivery. George L. l,oft, son of the e~md~ magnate and fortlle F POE created a ~ensatle)n on the ,qtoek e~ Phange recently, wlmn he sold a sull of clothes off his hack for $30 ant made spot dellveryl The young hr~ ker breezed onto the floor of ti~e ex- change early In the session, wearing a brand-new Palm Beach suit. It was so conspicuous some of his colleagues roughed him a ))It and in the fra(,a~ the coat was torn ~llghtly. Thereupon Loft yelled out for a hid for the out- fit. Just as If tie were selling 100 shares of Loft, Inv. A broker In the crowd ~)tal)ped ba(.k a bid ,)f $30 and demanded instantaneous delivery. I.oft was game. Ha peeled off his coat and fl~en shad his trousers and departed for the I,uneheon club attired In his B. V. Ds. He wa.~ able to resume buM- hess'later thro')~th the discovery of an old m~lt ef clothe.~ in a Iocker.~New York Trlbnne. Do You Need a Heating Stove? Come in and look over our hne. We handle the Famous "COLE'S HOT BLAST." OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT Ankcorn Hardware C0. o-*o 501b. S , ~.'- ' - , - , , . ~ack Dairy, a~t $ .85 4 lb. Good Bulk Coffee $1.00 i! 50 lb. Sack brock Salt .60 '>1 Bars White Soa)) 1.00 'N " ~ N ) i~ 50 lb. Compressed Block ,75 ztl~ ID. ~aCK tlard Wheat ~ " " ii ~" '" ~' . --. , . . l0 lb. Pail WhiteSvrup .9o Flour ..................... 2.00 10 lb. Pail Dark Syrup. .85 ,[: W[ HAVE A FULL LIN[ 0F FR[SH Gro(.[ri[s %- " A[LOWEST PRICES 4 I Hi II I 1 II I I II I i Potlatch Mercantile Co. ONE BRAND- ONE QUALITy- One St'ze Package All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the finest tobaccos are concentrated on this one cigarette-- CAMEL. Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality. Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as it's possible to make a cigarette. Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high, exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same mellow-mild refreshing smoothness~the taste and rich flavor of choicest tobaccos--and entire freedom from cigaretty aftertaste. And remember this! Camels come in one size package only--20 cigarettes--just the right size to make the greatest saving in production and packing. This saving goes straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price. Here's another. We put no useless frills on the Camel package. No "extra wrappers!" l~othing just for show! Such things do not improve the smoke any more than premifims or coupons. And their added cost must go onto" the price or come out of the quality. One thing, and only one, is responsible for Camels great and growing popularity ~that is CAMEL QUALITY. l~ J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO,, Winston -Salem, N. C.