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i~:ill l II "l] "]'l i i" i i "'ill -~l iiIl I I ynzm gEIP. tlDNDO Jiln EOitlIO0 iOl" flfl]Mf~ [ has been visiting for the past nlonth. IGOSPEL ME~TI~tG TO BE ]~]).:~---~-~ I UUrl II[-IOHi]U[lO RIIU [I'II[RUO Rnc UUII|U!She was accompanied home by her/ --- |l ~----.=.-.:_-z_=:===-=== ====-. ~-=~ =----- ~.== imeee. 3hss Cenev,eve Sulhvan, oftWant Pubhc to Bring Questions to,]l Charles Mecl;lem wax in M,~*-] l~e,s;day, \vhere they were entertained: \Vaterlown, S. I). Miss Sullivan ex-[ F~ach Service. Ill esday. /at dinner at the lk M. Schick home. ipecIs to remain for some time. i "rite reorganized Church of Jesus' and Mrs. A. P. Murray ,,'ere ,n~ \li!-'.s Ruth Gri,m,m was 1mine Sun-i Miss Horen(e I}ailc, y, sister or Dr.:C, llrisi of Latter Day Saints opened a! Tuesd,~v " " . ~ ev l]:,~ entered Washing on S{~ e*~mlo~ nf g saG1 meetings in the Le-; " ] ~IH." ii')111 (?hene)-, where she is at- " ....... i ......... ~.o,. l)eibe is t~4 i l afttr a] tend)n- school (l~']leg(:! at Pullman. i gion hall Sunday night, october 16, sickness ~ ~ ~ ' " i Mrs. Frank tlowel] ix having some! v.'hicll is to eontinu~ nightly for at Mrs. l luohcs t~ mH)rovtnv he\ repairing done on her house, which l least two weeks and longer is interest (], McMillan of Benge was in ,vm~erty in the west part of town will be thoroughly modernized when tt warrants. Eiders S. N. Gray, Carl SlllJth nlade a buMne~ lrip to Wednesda y. Mabel Kelley (ff Potlutell was Satttrday. ~k 01fs of l'otlat,:lt was a Pc-, Saturday. ~/lehuIlan is "lltod(H'nizing his Whitman st reel. t}. tt,lrvison and G. P,..Ioslitt Oarlield \Ve(tnesday. IOn)rot))hi, who i[ves on Ihe is (m the sick list. i Neva l)rury of M.scow was in for a few il()tll'S Frhlay. and Mrs. StaIlley Au(lerson tril) to Si)okane Tllesda3. l~l'ank Ileitis of Moscow vls erlds ill Palouse this Wet.'],:. West. tile f(mr-year-ohl son \Vest, is ve.ry sick this weeK. ii~' (~, \Vill|)er of I,]li)erton vis- the (,. ,I. \Villi/el' hollle SIIII- Joe Lewis of Malden visited N, Chase the first of the (2. \V. Sayre of Spokane is vis- her sister. Mrs. I,ester Meinlg of Moscow was in l'a- atlendiug the (briton Henry, who lives near ear- wilh a liew porch. George lA-t|lll)hele., g(.~.ler'di t)tlsinoss iilarltl~el' of lhe ~Itlr.5[il'i'lH, \~,:1~ ill Palotl~e \Vedllesda y. ),ir:~. il. A. IAle~ing left 'FIHlrsd:Lv :il" }~iI~)i~'~li(! ulld Y~.'llilll~t, wheIe 5he ~,iil ~i-il ,xilh friends. Mr Itillxarll is relieving O. P. Ste- pheils tit Ihe Norihel'l) "Pacific StH icon dr)ring hb! sir'klle.~:-L l~. ,:k. Mcf'lallahall ,of \\'alia \Vulhi vq~q ii~ P;il()ul;e \Vt, dlles(hly altelldi/tg the funeral of Mrs. Angei. \Its> Lu(,ille th)t,ne who is l,l'epitr- ili~.~ h('rs~,lf for leaching al (~heney, \Vt!S tit l/t)llle over Sllndav. (). I'. S/cl}hens, Ielegral)h t)t}eratt~r uI lhc Norttlerll |)at!ifie slalion, is vel'.V sick wi! h 1)nellnl(Hlia. .\try:. (!. I~. l)elllhertoll left Monday f~i" S1)tflianc. whore she will xisiI f~)r t~ few (hlvs ~\!ltl friends. .\l rs. Ellh~ |)()age returne(l groin S!)okallc \\~edlles(tay night, where she had heell visitillg for a l'ew days. Miss Fae ShildeY, leacher in the sixth grade ill the south side building, x\t~s a week-end visitor ill Sl)oane. \V. 3. tiarris of Sl)okalle was the ~;ueM of l)r. and Mrs. D. B. Harrison i'or a few lll)l!lS \\'e.(Inesfiay evelting. Attorney \V. F. Morrison ix lnaking ON(ells)re ilnprovelllelltS on his ]I()IIS~L \\'hen eonll)lete(l it will he at snug hu!4lness ill l)aloll:e ht)nle. Mrs. A. M. \\'orley and son, ltarry. Aflel( Ilarher of St. ,h)hn vis- Miss Susannah Barher, F. \Veils went to Sl)okane Where she will visit friends (lays. george Iekes, ar., Mrs. Ben al~(I daughter, Mary, and Mrs drove to Moscow Wed- I)f l{.oekf(n'd visited Sunday with Mrs. Worley's hrot her, Charles l~ar n s- worl h. Mrs, All)ert l)eibel left for her home in Walla Walla arter a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. ('. I,. Marnoel~. Mrs. P. \V. (Ireen leturne(l Friday ['l'()lll l{oehester, The "In" in Independent Eighty men out of every hundred are deuendeuts at sixty years of age. Putting a little in the bank each week is what makes the difference between de- pendent and IN-dependent. An interest bearing account with us will help you accumulate the capital for an in- dependent old age. Farn crs Natio al Bank PALOUSE, WAStflNGTON FOERAL- RESERVE I~AN~ Posts Posts Posts ~f/:E HAVE THEM FOR SALE AT 12c EACH. GOOD CEDAR POSTS. LET US SHOW YOU. Talk About Cheap Flour, We Have It. }~louse Cut-0ff Flour, per bag ........................ $1.50 l)rifted Snow, per Bag ............................. $1.95 01ympic,the best in town, at, per Bag ................. $2.10 Every Sack (luaranteed. l~Iill Feed down to pre-war prices, mill run, per ton, $25.00, ~t or, per single sack ............................ $1.10 _ran, per ton, $24.00, per sack ........................ 80c Shorts, per ton, $26.00 or, per single sack ............ $1.20 ~(~G MASH, SCRATCH SHELL, GRIT, BONE, CHARCOAL, ~I~AT SCRAPS F0R CHICKENS. Every Sack Guaranteed. ~l~ DELIVER. IF NOT RIGHT SEND IT BACK. A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. }ALOUSE POTLATCH completed, iCrum and J ~. Bronson have been se- The little oh)hi of Alvin Menig wasl cured to do the preaching. taRen tluite sick while in Palouse T~l~-s(lay." Tho services or a pllysician were requi-red. .\liss Margaret Poage and niece, Mary 3ean Poage, returned fronl Sllo- kane Ntlnday evening, where they had been visiting friends. Mrs. (}ties)(eras t)f Tekou was vi~- ilhlg in Pal(rose this \~eek and at- lelldil|g lhe }l. t,~'. eonl~erence which was held ill tllis oily Monthly and Tuesday. .\lr. and Mrs. I. E. Wolheter re- lu~iled Sattlrday l'rolll a visit al the l:h)mer ('ailliehl home tll) tho river. Elder Gray i~ the pastor of the Spo- kane church, tlo held a very success- ful series in Palouse in the Magillis t)uilding last winter and will be re- membered by the many friends he made while here. Elder Carl comes Iron) the Latter Day Saints college at l,amoni, Iowa, and promises to add materially it, the success of the ser- vices. Ehler Bronson is not a stran- ger in this part. He is the field super- visor of the Spokan~ district for mis- sionary work. He intends to put on a prograln StlCll an the Saints never had in Palouse. The public i,'~ invited to these meet- \VIHh: there ,\Ir. \Vometer indulged iu [ ings and are urged to bring questions a little hmltil)g CXl~edition. [which may have given them trouble .\ir~. Ads Oderlin, ,\h's. E(iitb Col-[ along gosl)el lines and drop them in lard and Mrs. Luther tlarnes drove to)the (luestion box. Meetings are open l,ewiston \Vednes(lay. wnure they a!- at 7:30 proml)tly attd will close not tended f{el)ekat~ assembly and the !. ater than 9 o'clock. O. O. b" grand lodge of hlaho. 1..} ol..e .iP.i. ~. t..i..t. ~. ,t. .i. + AMONG THE CHURCHES +4++.+++++++ Holy Trinity Church. St|lHtay s(qtool at 10. Morning ser- \'i(-~>s ~t 11. l~velling services at 5. l,:. \V. I),ITRELSON. Vicar. Christian Church. l'ible school, 10 a. ill. (JOlnlunn- it)I) 1I a. m. Christian t~ndeavor ai It : :{ 0 I). nt. A[ lhe close of tile (,.()lltllllllli()ll ser- vices a meeting of the membership will be hehl for the purpose of consid- ering aPl)lieations for the ministry of ( he ehure.h. Methodist Church. ,"~tlnday school at 10 a. Ill. PFcach- 31inn., whore she ing at II a. m. and 7:30 l)- nl. Baptist Church. Sunday sehoot at 10 a. m. Preach- ing at 11 a. !n. and 7:30 p. m. 8LhSSlI-IEi] ADVERTISi,\G Felt I{ENT--Nine rooms furnished, stlitahle for roolning ho(Ise. Mrs. Pace Visits State Institutions. J. W Pace, assistant director ,)f business control, is visiting the penal cud reformatory institutions of mid- dle western states to learn at first hand what they manufacture, what their systems of reward may be, how effective the policy of keeping in- n)ates at work at useful occupations has proven and whether there is a l)ossibility of exchanging products be-i tween institutions of tne middle west and those of this state. Mr. Pace be-i lieves it possible, ,vith legislative help, to work out a plan whereby state institutious can become nearly ~;elf SUpl)orting without competing with free labor and at the same tim~ a system of rewards for good service can be instituted so prisoners cau leave the l)eniLentiary or reformatory with a small sum of money to keep l them while they reestablish theia- selves---or married mon while in pris- on can contribute to their families' support. State Herd Captures Prizes. The state's new foundation herd at the Western Setata hospital at Seila- eoom. astonished breeders at the Puy- 1). B. ltarvison. Phone 56. :;2-~f allul) fair by taking the following [prizes for ttolstein cattle: First on FOR SAI,E One 4-year-old celt.I ~enior yearling bull, second on senior liFht sorrel; weight 1550 pounds, lhult calf second on cow five years One l)urham cow, one Red l)/irllaln] or ()vPr and third on junior yearling h,'ifer; tree roan cow. Stanley Ander-lheifer This showing indicates that st))), l't(onti :I-Fa. 32-tf I the state is,getting somewhere in tho LOST A tong brown suede gh)ve, effort to do away with "boarders" and (!'all I')s-Y ')3 lp build up a productive herd. F()it SALIg--One Duroc-Jersey and ........... two Chester \Vhite boars" eligible Locating New Settlers. to regislrv che'(l) if t'tken now' }l Secretary of State J. Grant Hinkle miles north of Moscow Phone 911x3 I)roeured tbe nanles of more than or \\rite ft. Kiewel, Moscow, hla. 32-2 P()I{ SALE The H. A. ~,ueslng resi- dence; will sell cheaI) for $1550 cash. AI)l)ly al house 32-if \VANTEI) %) buy or rent a house ill or ltear town ; with I)arn l)re~ ferred. Stanley Anderson. ?,2-if I,'OR SA1A.', A line quarter set:tion of land lying (:lose to Pah)ues; all ti!- ) t:~ble Ad(h'ess box 34, I alouse. 31-3p F()I~. SAIA,~ - l:Io acres for sale or ex- challge for less acreage and 1)ay the dil:fe.rell(e. ('. C. Gleiser. :{2-1 F01t, SALE --Good fresh cow, half Jersey. Jt)e Minne(le. 32-2p WANTEI)----WorI~ after school and on Saturdays. Albert Sinclair. 32-1p WANTEI)- l)rae.ti('.at nursing; ma- terl{ity cases t)referred. Mrs. Henry Sinclair, Mohr and Beach sts. a2-2p Si;]RELI~A CORS~:TS-Mrs. J. M. Ris- ley, Spirella corseteer. Phone 126J F()l~ SAf, E OR TRADE---One thor- ottghbred I)oland China sow, one year o!(1. ('all at this offiee. 21-2p IIRI,LqSMAKINC- - Mrs. R. Thmnl)son, Phone 162-It. 31-if i~'o!'tv cents \\'ill [))!3" one bundle of (3omn!on Star Shiugles, 200 in each bundle. Fifteen cents will buy one bundle of Pine Lath. 16-inch \Vot)(l, $9.0t) a cord. 31-tf POTI~ATCH LUMBER CO. \VASTE no tears upon h)st years, but turn a leaf and smile and econo- mize and get back to pre-war basis, and use local wheat flour at $1.50 per sack. $5.g0 per barrel at mill. Pa- hmse Milling Co. 21-tf FOR RENT---Farut~ Land---~Vheat, al- falfa and three fine dairy ranches. \\'rite or apl)ly oflie~ :,reade Store, Tol)t)enish, \\rash. 3 2-1 We have installed new screens ill our seed eleaning separator and we are in position to do a better job of clea)iing than ever, T IAI,Ol SE MILLING CO. By N. B. Hunsperger. Saturday Specials on Pot Roast, 12 ~c. Boiled Beef 10c. City Market. 9000 persons who are seeking infer- mat ion about Washington with a view of nettling in this state by ask- ing vistt)rs lo the fairs this fall to give him the addresses of people who had written to them for data about the state. Mr. Hinkle will send prinb ed n)atter to these inquiries and to any Gibers whom friends suggest to him. He ix anxious to help arty state l)oosl er reply to inqniries about Washington. Legionnaires Get Reduced Rates. State headquarters of the Ainerican Legion at Seattle has announced that there is reason to beliew, tltat the one cent a mile fare, granted by eastern raih't)ads to the coming national con- vention of the Legion at Kansas City will be granted by western railroads to all Pacific coast legionnaires with- in the next few days The concession will mean that at least 60 legionn- aires will attend the convention, which ()pens on October 31, from the st ate of VCashington alone Equal numbers will go to the convention from Oregon and California. The best previous concession granted to the Pacific coast by the railroads was a fare and a third for the round tril). Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kind assist- ance during the sickness and death of our dear little boy, Rosco. Horace and Loreen Howard. NOTICE \Ve h(tve secured fro/in(1 for a wooa yard and are ready to deliver wood anywhere. PALOU'SE TRANSFER WE ARE OFFERING FOR QUICK SALE : P. & O 14-inch Gang flows.. $105.00 P. & O. :l-Botton~ 14-inch Gang Plnws ................. $15000 9-foot Van Brunt Drills .....$225.00 S-foot Kentucky l)rills ...... $189.00 lO-foot Peoria Drills .......$180.00 PALOUSE HARDWARE & IMPLE- MFA~IT COMPANY _ llll II A Warm Welcome A man came to the bank one day acid told us that he wanted to spend the winter months in Southern California. He wanted to know how best to take care of the money needed for e.xpen~es while on this trip. We suggested two things: First--that we write a letter to one of the banks in the town where he was to spend most of his time and tell them about him--that he was all right and to give him any sea,rice he needed. Second--we issued Travelers' Checks for this man for all the money he might need while among stradLgers. This mau received a warm welcome from the Cal- ifornia bank and he had a very pleasant trip, free Srom worry and risk. This is only one of a great variety of things we can do for patrons. Security State Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON REMEMBER, going through the moult is like going through a long spell of sickness. To force out the old quills and grow new feathers saps a hen's vitality. If you expect your hens to be fall producers and winter layers, then feed them Poultry Pan-a-ce-a during and after tLe moulL will start your pullets and moulted hens to laying it contains Tonics that put your moulted hens in fine con- dition~Tonics that tone up the dormant egg organs~Ii'on that gives a moulted, run-down hen rich, red blood and a red comb. It contains internal antiseptics that destroy disease ,rms that may be lurking in the system. No disease where :e-a is fed. It to feed Pan-a-ce-a regularly. It brings back the slni --it brings back the scratching --it brings back the cackle. That's when you get eggs; and it's eggs waat--fall eggs, willter eggs--when eggs are Palouse Pharmacy Tell us how many hens you have. We'll tell you how much Pan.a-ce-a to buy. The Storo Gem Nut Cocoanut Margarine is made from Oil, Peanut Oil, Milk and Salt. WELLS BYRON Phone 48.