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October 7, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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t INFORMS PUBLIC Ig HOMEBREW to Manufacture Two Gallons of Non-Intox- toxioating Liquor. numerous inquiri(*~ con- home manufacture o fruit, alld the law and regulations~ such manufacture have ::I-~0LDIERS GIVEN A BANQUET. Williamson Is Toastmaster and R. D. Leper Made Address. i~otlatch, Oct. 4.---The ex-service lllell of Potlatch and vicinity xver~ gues|s Of the. local pos! of the Ameri- c~'.n I~cgion Monday evening, October 3. aI an informal banquet at w}lich over 40 were present. A simple but ~asty dinner of four courses wa~ , :~erved, f()r which the wives and moth- or~ ~)f I lie lcglotlaire,~ are "II[IIOS[. wholly to t)e thanked. 51. \V. \Villiamson a(:~ed ;t~ [~at-:,t- niaslel' ~lll(I Ill(? OX l elll i)(/r~tn(,oils the bureau of internal roy-{ ~pQcy!hos (it lll;',llJ; of [l|," ;(:-::~('Ill},}, Per the information of the {)rib-i tt Ol'O all VOI'.,' lIltlch ollj()y('l[. .\!I:O;lb; subject, as well a~ Ill(* pro-[ },) ~ ~i2 t[tc t)('ogrilln were M. P. Bal- II in the hollle oi malt ]lilt,or or : " ~d ,,, lev, pOSt COllllllander (1 the l)udley _" SOme brew," the followingI [~oonlis post of Moscow and l{. D. ent is issued b~ the l)rolubl 11Sit " ,'s ." -[ Leeper of Lewiston slate commander. ~.i~: ...... , , tThe keynote of the meeting, particu- uLOXlcatlng trult juice (all be Is'" ' " I larlv of Mr. Leper's talk, was the era- the home intoxicating winr, " . L b~ ' ..... [ pin(sis el the more suhtle Sl)U'lt ot i)a- rew and dislilled spirits may ilia - ]',rmllsm and broud minded serw,'e de. !behl paramount by the Americall I.e- hundred .gallon.s of non-intoX-lgion rather than tile petty and su- , zruzt jul(e m (', be m mi ~c [ L- " ~, i " . ~ ~ "-, perficial local affail;'S which are too aX free by. the head oI )amH:.i. frequently consi(lered the I)rincipal ~lth the collector of o ~ 'obli~'ations of a post. Mr. Bailey's re- revenue. tax exemption has been the 'of COnfusion. Theeffeet of this to allow the manufacture of of intoxicating wine free restrictions of the national pro- act, merely to allow the man- of 200 gallons of non-intoxi- juice free of tax. ] 1 of title 2 of tile national i lien act in effect defines the g liquor as meaning whisky, rum, gin, beer, and wine, regardless of ai- eOlltent, and all other liquors purposes, containing of ()lie per cent or inert of ill volume. Section ;I of said thai: "No l)erson shall after the date when the eigh- aa~endment to tl~e eonstitu- the United States goes into (January 17, 1920). manufac- ~ell, barter, transport, import, deliver, furnish or possess any liquor except as author- this aet, and all the provi- 0f this act shall be liberally to the end that the use of sting liquor as a beverage may[ ate{ ,' The same section pro-1 Part that: "Liquor for ion-I~' Purposes and wines for saoi- PUrposes may be manufac-I 1)Urchased, sold, bartered, t 'ted, imported, exported de- and possessed, but only ast I~rovided, and the commission-l llPon al)plication, issue per- Secti(in 29 of said t:i-~ 1 penalties for violations I act Provides in part as folios's: laenalties provided in this act the manufacture of liquor a permit shall not apply to a for manufacturing non-intoxi- eider and fruit juices exclu- for use in his home, but such fruit juice shall not be sold except to persons having to manufacture vinegar." raltl'ks concerning tile problems con- fronting a snlaIl post were very much to the point and very hell)fui. l}hy AT SUNDAY SCHOOL. Sunday School Contending for Honors. Oct. 5.--Sunday, October rally day in the the Sunday the Union church and in- t the regular Sunday school a Program was given by the Primary and junior depart-I After the program and gradu- diplomas were pre-I beginners, who were pro- the primary department; 26 laUpils, who were promoted department, and 12 jun- Were promoted to the inter- The total numser m atten~- 211 and the offering $11.31. Empire Sunday School is offering new song books SUnday school in the Inland Which shows the largest per- of increase in attendance m OVer September and the Union! SChool is putting forth an ear-i or( to be the winner. Qives Series of Parties. ~tch, Oct. 4--Mrs. A. W. Laird l giving a series of parties, a bridge luncheon on ~r 10, at which time covers for 16. On September 12 consisted of four bridge. On Tuesday, Sep- about 30 ladies were en- at a kensington, after which was served. On Friday, 29, the ladles of the fac- Potlatch schools were in- ~ith the request that they each to put on some stunt. lets ranged from charades to telllng and the evening was a most delightful one. I)ibble Wants Help. J. Dibble, director of licenses to autoists to help bring motor vehicle and driv- before the highway pa- dover on motor ear owners LEGAL PUBLICATIONS 4 ,I. ~. I, ,I, 4, ~, 4. .~ NOTICE TO CREDYIOR& In the Superior Court eL Ibc State of Washington. in and for the Connty of \Vhitman. In the matter of the estate of Emily Ringo, deceased. Notice is hereby given that ti~e un- dersigned, Joseph Riugo, has beeu corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the saidI two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not ap- pear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a d:/ly appointed executor of the will of bona fide owner; and this affiant has! Emily Ringo. deceased, and has qual-lno reason to believe that any other1 t~'ied as such; and all persons l~avingI Haim~ ::gainst said deceased or her lperson, association or corporation has l est:~te ~,re required to serve them On!any interem direct or indirect tn thei }aid executor at his place of bu~ines.~Isaid stock, bonds or other securities:i in P:do;L~e, \Vashin~ton, or upon \Vel-! don and l.afollette, his attorneys, a~ !than as so gtated hy him. [h('ir (;1'1':(:( ill the l,ippitt~ building, C. F .BROWN, Editor. ~)oli:,,,. ',V:~-,hinglon, and file said Sworn to and subscribed before me ~,i,ims with the Clerk of the above en- this third day of October, 1921. titled Court, together with the proof W. ~of service thereof, within six (6) R. BELVAIL, Nobary Public. months after the first publication of My commission expires August 3, this notice, to-wit, within six (6) 1925. monlhs from the 7th day of October, 1921, and any and all claims not so .............................. served within the time aforesaid shall SUMM0~S. be forever barred. In the Supe~or Court of the, State of JOSEPtt RINGO, Washington, in and f,,- the Ceoniy Executor (if the \Vill of Enlily of Whitman. 2o-.t Ring(), Deceased. Florence Belvail, pl:da~ifL vs G. R. Gamble, Frank E. Gregson, Lydia Statement of the Ownership, Manage- A. Emerson, Rachae', A Phelps, the unknown heirs of _Marth:~ .I. Gain- ment, Circulation, Etc., Required ble, alias Mar(ha J. Oregaon, alias by the Act of Congress of Mar(ha J. Higgins, deceased; the unknown heirs af Mrs Robert August 24, 1912. Bruce, deceased; also :ill other per- Of the Palouse Republic, published sons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or in- weekly at Palouse, Washington, f=r terest in the real 1)roperty de- October, 1921. scribed in the eom!)hdnt herein, de- POTLATCH HIGH HAS PAPER. iS(ate of WasMngton, County of \Vhit- fendanis. lllan, aS. The State of Washington to (l !t. Gamble. Frank E. Gregson, L)dia Blue and White Is Name of Publ~'cca-' Before me, a notary public in and A. Emerson, Rachael A. Phelps, tile i fo.r tt~e state and county aforesaid, unknown heirs of Mar(ha J. Gam- tion--Wagner Editor. l)ersonally al)peared C. F. Brown, who ble, alias Martha J. Gregson, alias t'otiatch, Oct. 5.---The Potlateh il)eing duly sworn according to lay-, Martha J. Higgins, deceased; the high school is to have a high school ~ oses and s-lvs the" he is the ed"~ I unknown heirs of Mrs. Robert uep ...... . . , t . . zH)r] Bruce, deceased; also all other per l);,!/er this year. lts name is "Blue and of the Palouse Republic, and that the sons or parties unknown, claimin~ White." The high school colors have fidlowing is, to the best of his knowl- any right, title, estate, lien or in- ',(,en changed from black and orange edge and belief, a true statement of] retest in the real property de- to bh(e and while. John VVagner is [ ~ ' " ,- lh scmbed in the comphdnt hereto de ovcnersllip, management, etc., of '_..a.~,. " ' edit(ir-in-chief and Gladys MeGreal tile aforesaid puhlication for the datel f e(z~?~,r;..herebv summoned and re- associale edilor. On the editorial shown in the above caption, required,quired ~o be and'appear in the abovs staff are Alice Oliver. joke editor: Ar- by lbe act of August 24, 1912 era_[entitled court and defend the above nohl Johnson and Itavson Morris, hodied in section 443 Postal 'I'twslentitled action and answer the com- Sl)orting news; Pauline \Vagner and ,. .~.: . .' . .. "' " plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a on([ g.egulatlons, prlntefl on the re- copy of your answer upon V/. F. Mor- Raymond (,onlpton, society and hen- verse of this form,- to-wit: eral news. 1. That the names and addre~ea of Axel Asplund has charge of the ! he puhlisher, editor, managing,editor printing and Arnold Johnson and ~nd business managers are: Publish- Gunder Lydig are his typesetters. The ,