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September 30, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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.......... ' lLvm', Garfield; M. Hatlson, Spokane;[ Statte'S Unsold T;~l~ur~ll, YOUR NEISHS RS AND FRIENOS ARE D01N6 M,s, itt, BoardPulln.an:Mrs Net,i JowoIry heirlooms andano.das f ~Pullman; Lester Doering, ~,Valla 'sortment of trifles are piling up in ,M. Suitor was in Garfield Wed-! Virgil Kerns was over from Cheney Walla: Owen Hammond and wife, i the state treasurer's vaults as re- :~ J urdav, lie expr(ssed hiwn~ f ;~ Pullman, and James Williams, Colfax.' ceipts fronl escheated estates come in. l~'Dudley drove t~ Moscow \\Nsd- well I)l,ase,1 with the school ~here. '. i Many of tbe administrators of those Bert Sm'enson. who was operated: WILL HELP POULTRY INDUSTRY estates do not sell the property whileI J' Johnson was in (!olfax ()nn t'or appendicitis some weeks ago, it is in their possession and turn in h:l~ suffered ;t rela'I)se and is confined French Says Climatic Conditions Are\the money, finding it easier to de- 'To Iris bed. Favorable to Poultly Raising,, Kittie Van Erten visited in Sunday Mr. and 51r~. Kerus of Spokane and Confidence of E. L. French, direc- 'Mrs. Reid Stookey of Spokane were tel of a~'riculTnre that wa.~hlr~gton altd fanlity dro~e t., Wednesday -ue:~t~ at tile J H Dudley holne ,can become one of the l/rincipal poul- Sundtly :Iz'~ rai~;ing states Ill the union led to l~Ugate was :t p'iSSeIlg~Pl' tO Wednesday t' \V. \\';~tor~',. i'nited ~Itate,~ dtqmty )he ln;;tallation of the working ex- ('Jll(q'tt>I' of reventl~, W:AS in towu' hibil :tl the st-He fair this week. Ex- and Mrs. S. 'J'. .'qct~l[ w(q'P illTue~d:ty. lie ',',':Is l')'nlel'l) :t r(~.sJdelttil)ert poulIrynlcn h;.tve given fair vis- d'Alene Sl.lntiay. of PlllOllse, ] iI(}l'~; a colIl'y4e of l)ractieal [nstructiou running I'rolll lbe building of houses to Mr. :~lid Mrs. i,'h)yd \ro~ - lie!el [);is('h hits g(.)lle to Laclede'[through care of stock during laying,l " 21, at boy, Idaho, w'here she has seclH'ed a post- tlai(qling and marketing perh)ds, j War in over Prices on Beef cut In lis Pisher was a week-(.nd ~uest t ion as stenographer for tile Hum- i "\V( ~ auld supply all the eg~s{ half. City Market. - 1 Card of Th~s. We wish to thank the friends for the sympathy and aid given us during our recent bereavement. RINGO FAMILY. [ASS, iEOA0VERTiS tG ~. T. ~colt homo bird iAlmber company, i nc