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Miss Margaret Leusehel, who is a student at the Univers~-~y of Idaho, spent several days t~le past week at the home of her brother, O. H. Leuschel. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones returned Friday from a trip of severaI weeks' to the coast, including Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Miss Angle Roache of Portland, a niece of Mrs. M. L. Seymour, is visit- ing at the Seymour home. Mrs. Hattie Palmer of Spokane was a business visitor in Potlatch Friday. William Newman returned Monday from Camp Perry, where he went with the Idaho civilian team to the national guard annual shoot. Miss Gertrude Woods made a busi- ness trip to Spokane Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. lmird were in Elk River Wednesday, guests at the golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Morris. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE PRINCETON. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Cone. Thursday, October 13, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gil- more, Friday, October 14, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. ~iValter Coller and family have been visiting friends here before leaving for Palouse,wherel they expect to live. Ray Bingham left for Spokane last week, where lie will enter a school for barbers Here's wishinK hhn all kinds of success. Mr. and Mrs. James Wurman [eft here last week. Mr. \Vurman has work near Garfield on the road. Mr. and Mrs. Baker and Rolland Thrasher were guests at the home or Charles Bensel in Colfax over Sunday. Mrs, Elizabeth Wilton returned Friday from a visit with reIatives in Moscow. L. L. Young received word from O. S. Fletcher, the county agent, that the Jenkins club wheat, threshed from the certified wheat sown lust spring, is one of the purest lots in Laiah county, only .07 per cent being wheat of other varieties. Ernest Ross is mov~g-nrs goods to Cheney, where his wife and children aEe living. Mrs. Ross" health has been very poor since leavlng here. Dick Benge and Lloyd Wilton were down from Camp S over Sunday. There was a basket social at the school house Saturday evening. A program was given and a debate. The sale of baskets netted $50.70, which will be applied ou the piano ptlr- chased last year for the school. Mrs. George Stillwell was given a surprise by her neighbors on Monday evening. An enjoyable evening was spent and a lunch 'of sandwiche~ cake and coffee was served. The event was a farewell to Mrs. StillweII, who is leaving on Wednesday for a six mont~hs visit with relatives in Buffalo New York. FREEZE. Mrs. Sam Clark left Sunday for an extended visit with relative in Kan- sas. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes, of the Cedar (',reek neighbor- hood, accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Morris and Mrs. H. C. Dougherty motored to Moscow Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Morris and the H. C. Dougherty family left Wednes- day for Yakima, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Smith attended church Sunday at Cedar Creek. COVE. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Broyles enter- tained at a delightful dinner Sunday. The guests were Rev. W. M. Martin and mother, Mrs. Martin, of Palouse, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ball motored to Garfield Sunday and spent the day l Mr. Johnston of Lewiston and Mr. i and Mrs. W.H. Staffelbach. women. Heretofore the pupils have beeulJ $30 50 largely Greeks and Italians, withi some Scandinavians and Japanese,~ with Mrs. Bull's sister, Mrs. Brandon. I but this fall the enrolhnent consists _]1__ They wereacempaniedhmebyMrs'l, of Japanese and Scandinav-! DOOg~ Size Bali's mother, Mrs, Dora Randall. Iwhlly There will be preaching service att' $~'8 11 o'clock at West Cove Sunday bye ~____ Rev. George Kincaid of Potlatch. J Mr. and Mrs. George Greg,rv and1 Mr. and Mrs. Nordby zmtored "o Col-/ ,o., I hLL ! "I GuARaNTEED ~Oll- ONE YEAR ~tah i ~ach 200 flenuine Diamond Grids, Quar- ~Im ] ter Sawed Hard Wood Separa- the~"~ tots and Famous Phailadelphia Lingmid [ workmanship. tam j. Comstock to The! Battery Station t Palouse, Wash Miss Lofts CrooKs and Miss .~dith Broyles spent the ~eek-end with home folks. Bernice Gregory of Palouse, I-lazel and Lillian Sonivitle were 0inn'er guests of Mildred and l)oroth Mc- Cauley Sunday. Genevieve Price wa~ ill last week and not able Io attend school. The Woman's Rm'aI c~ur) was roy- ally entertained last ~ednesday af- ternoon at the home ,ff Mrs. Ce)rgc Gregory. The rooms were fragrant with their decorations ot sweet peas The day was a beautiful one and inns, due to the fact that when the operations of the Potlatch Lumber conipany closed down stone weeks ago the (}reeks and Italians were thrown out of employment and left town. fax Sunday and spent the da:, with friends. Potlatch Wants County Nurse. Mr. Johnston of Lewiston was a Potlatch, Go-to. l~.~The guest at the home of T. A. Soniville chapter of the Red Cross held a meet- Saturday night, ing Monday night at which was con- sidered the question of joining in se- curing a Red Cross nurse for Latah county, the plan being that each branch in the county contribute $200 to meet the expense of a nurse who could be called to any part of the county where an emergency should arise. The sentiment of the meeting favored such action. Mrs. William Johnston was elected as secretary to succeed Miss . M. VanNattan. other officers were retained as fol- lows: R. S. Chambers, chairman; G. B. Craney, vice chairman; C. M. Bur- rows, treasurer. nearly all members were present Af-i Great Satisfaction for Ford, Buick Cows Have Cider "Jags." P tcr an interesting business :-;ession and Dodge Owners. Although excessive f~e(lin~ ,if a,l,- the literary program ,,'as taken up. The,hreel,rincipal carsowned hv 1,]estodairycow~som,~timo~c..!n:.~os POSBORG MILLER A pal)er. "The Discoverer (,f _\l.,leri- the man of modern income have beta a mild "jag." E. (I. Woodward, head ca." was read by Mrs. Roy McC, ul- zua(le more effi(qenl at lhe same lime AU'l ) AIRING of the rtepartnleni I~[ lairv h:>a.:,:.ndr.: I ~( ) lo/Igh; a reading elltitled "(!o|110|- [ha{ their prices have been reduc, ed at th(~ Siat~ college al l',~lh~,n, s,(:,', bus," Mrs, T .A. SouivJlle; ),ll..~ "~\'. No{ dilly has tll(~ (:os~ of tl~e motor it- lh~re i:; no ro0s(lll \V'AV. a limited Earl tos0org' " " aml R. J 51iiler have Opelled an Auto ~&pah' ~]10p i11 H. Staffelbach and Mrs. T. ,,. ;-;olli- self been ctlt dov.'ll, bill a new hattery ' i!lllOllllI o17 al)!)les shonhl llOt }~e l'cd. ville sallg "Alnerica." After :~r so(ial,whieh gives it greater range of I)OW- lUil)lyillg to a (lllery fr,)lll :i Kmtle THE PALOUSE STEAIvI LAUNDRY BUILDI~TG hour delicious refreshments were er has been marketed for these sturdy Falls man he says: "[ would ~l;-':g~'~ West of Warner's Hardware & Implement Company , served. Miss Ethel Oderlin of Pull- medcrate-priCed ears. This )artery that the;, hc fed in r~zther limit d ~,"1 ~ /Ylan Was a guest or the cltlb, is the product of tile Pililadelphla :*imJ~.ults, nol to exceed 25 i)O~ll (,~! :t LfL~01:~ CIIAI~.GE $1.00 PEg HOUP,~=~II i A Halloween social will be oiven at Diarnond Grid Battery. lls sullen[ d:,v, a~ the us, of an exeesMve :tm(n~nt A~ WORK ~brARANTEED 7 the V/est Cove school house on Fri features are its l)iamon(l Grid con- sometimes re,~;ulis in a ,.~)nditi,n [ } 4!) l I' } 1 i day nigM, October 2S. Ladies are re- struction und Quarter Sawed Hard l~,n(,V,,l~ as "apphe ,trmd,,' ca,~se,! ~';" ) ]()flC ' ' " "leil Ill l'(_)tl 3 t." i que:31ed to hring ~aske/s. \Vood Sel)arator phis a whole year's tile fernlenta, tion of the apl/e ill,t:,: guarantee of continuous perfornlance., }1) ltle 0OW'S l)allneh, i~ cider coqld be ~.~=~,,~.~,-.~a~..~*:~:a_~na~a~.~:.a~.a~--~" - . - *,-.~,. GRINNELL. There has never been any qlzestion :, made of those apples and the lmm- l,ittle Ehner Kriebel is suffering since the demonstration of the utili{y[,ce fed to the cows instead of ~he :,ll attack of pneunlonia. Xilf Dodges, Fords and Bnicks as to ~ hole apple, better restllts 'v~ t,l:l George lekes, Jr., and children, their desirability. ,,,5,b:d,lvI,e ,,,.:~.~e.* .... .,,,,l,, .,,.; ..... WHAT you lose Max and Betty, visitedin Spokane \Vitb the new batierv, built as a ' > ,,.,,,s.~e,",.,d ,,, ~,~, f,,l~:' oq .,, ~,,. .... , thru baking failure last week. result of the increased efficiency .... ru silvge in the fce~ i~ g ,,f ,lair" must be added to baMng ofgainedthe bYtrainedtlle engineeringstaff of tlieeXperienCephilade~-! c.ws. This is the experier,:e of reeL, costs--it has to be paid for. KAI~IAC. iwho hltve used largo qllalltilic:; ,A ;ti,- ,hie ,qtorage 13attery coml~any, these i Calumet Baking Powder Mrs. aosie Noles and little daugh- nlachines can eliminale the (lisap.l ph: lmmace as a dairy food." will saveyou all of that. Be- Ice, l)orothy, are visitors ill the honle poinlment ,)f uncertain s{arling an~ii ; cause when you use it- there are t,f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom I,'u ]iLhling. ;:r~_~..~.~_=~s~:c:.,s_:~-~._~:::~.::::: _.. ~.~ no failures- no loiue:;. Every 1,ak- /" g i ing is swert a::d paiatable--al~d e, ale, the past week. The Comslock ll~ tlerv Colnpallyi ; ,.:-~,,-, ~ ~' :'~" i] stays lltOi:~(, to: (k,r and delicious to Louis Oleson, who has i)/lrchased have the local agency Far tills re-~l Jg~U'~,':~i}] the last tasty biw. he C. E. Telnporo I)laee, has nlove..l z).arkab e hnl)roven}en/ In nmtordomi his d..'ening h,,.se and Is i,.pt'ovin~, wh/eh. ~t,'an~ely e,,o.~.~. Is be,n~ That's a bi~*. saving--but the farnL sold at a lower price than the /nanu-, that isn'k a!l. "fell Eave whcll you bui Cal'umct and you save Miss Alice 1,one left hw Spokane faeturers were obliged to ask prior to{ when you use it. Monday, where she will be employed 1914. thns meeting a general dealan,l : in lhe home of Mr. and Mrs. (2. I,. for a special Ford. Dri(]ge aIld tJqickI Barnes. battery. J Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Skeen and s(n~, i Ernest, spent Sunday ill Palouse at UNHEARD-0F VALUES IN i the home of Aee Hill, where the)" were invited tattend thehirthdaY: U edCars anniversary given in honor of Mr. S ~,~ "'~ Hill's fathcr and mother, Mr. and BUY YOUR USED CAR ON THE { ,~/~[~) t~'~t Mrs. Frank Hill, Of Mourmile.andAlnongMrs. ~, R ~ ~l~.,~ 2"2 ,~ the guests present were Mr. rt (7. J. Skeen, aml son, Ernesl; Mrs. A. ~[~E$'F ~',W" ~'~:~W" E. Oliver and daughter, Norms, Mos- Look for the History Envelope ?ow. mother an(1 sister of Mrs. Ace It tells you exactly whal parts (']71r~,e Vll~c~/~x :fill[; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oliver, were replaced, every, hour .f labor, l'rle~lgllyr~ .. x.~.~vl~~"~'~~.l~, z ~t~ ,~ Moscow; George Tholnpson, l.ewistoa, spent and the exact llalure o[ ret)alrs, ,o .. no~:;-,'~.~..~ ;t T.. , ~ . ~ ~' . ..' ........ uentletncn iulX!~,.! :: t I ~ IE lS reasonao, e ,n cost a~lo :~ an uncle of Mrs. Ace Hill; Mr. awt togetner wHn a true nlstor.v OI 1Al(! q ...... i Mrs. Quincy Hill, Fourmile, and Met! ear given by 'be fornler owner, i Thel~erFect bienddt}~et.h.rc~ ~ i?psse~ses more than the of t lfitl, leourmile. A bounteous dinner " - I ~erfeet cigarette tOi,~.cCOo ii 9mary,eavemngstr?I~m.t:h~Ut;a.Y Calu=eet 0_.1 1 ~ 1 ) Studebaker Special Six, 5-pass.. . r_ . _.~ .. ~ leSS ano use less. ]to g e '. st .. Sunshine t;~~' L~,, was served and a very pleasant oven- ' " . , ' ~ zn one perrc~ cigarette ~ in purity, dependability and whole= l| Re,:i~e ~ , ' 5 cord tires, nearly new . $1200 H r ~ ~ ~ ~ "eB ~ ing was spent in Music and other " I , ~ sonleness. I|t3cupofbutt IL'~e 191q Dodge 5-pass o new (,or(Is ; "* "~ i~" cu s ranU: a ~,,nusenients ...... ; ! one-eleven ~ In every way -- k l~ the il ~. p gOo~.~. fabric tires ............... ~:/5 ~ late~l sugar, a~*, I1 Miss Gladys Davis returned ho,ne eiaarette bestwayto keep down bak- [~,~p:flour 1cup "i~hy 3unday from Dr. Gritman's hospital 1920 Buick 8ix. 7-pass., 4 cord tires, ingcosts. Tlmt's what has made it r 2 'leVel ~t Moscow, where she had undergone nearly new. .............. ~2,i0', -- 1~ -- [-- ~ the ,world's. biggest seli!ng baki!!g |~teaspoons CaI~Wl ............... ~ ~ ... ~ ~aly~'~ ~t powoer -- has Kept it the Iavorae il|met Baki~/il~- tn operation for appendicitis. She is , . :" " ' "- , '. "~ ~[ i ~ |~__O J~ ~ J~ of millions of housewives for o |]~Powder 1 te "]~:. 1918 t~JUl(K kilX roauster r ,~ ,~ iat) ~ nl re a -re reported to begetting along nicely. Miss Mildred Long and her uncle, Martin Wolfe, left Wednesday even- ing for California. going by railroaq ~s far as I'ortland and then taking a ~boat to San Francisco, where they will spem~ the winter. Miss Mildred will attend school at that place. Miss Pearl Babll left last week for (:olfax. where she has secured enl- dovale/lt for a short time. Little Miss "Wihna Bennett of Gar- " . '. . " " tit liel(t spent several days with her grandmother, Mrs. Walter Blanc. last week. Rev. Mr. Frank of Glenwood spent the week-end with his daughter, Mrs, fLohert Babb. fLoscoe Babb spent Saturday and Ctlnday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, at Glenwood. Lehlnd Blanc and sister, Mrs. Lee Bennett of Garfield were visitors in !REDUCED [[{ Potlatch Mercantile Co [i:o!' CHAMBERS HOLDS NIOHT SCHOOL P /" Potlatch Superintendent Teaches Jap- ,~ , Amen. anese and Scandinavians. ~|ILA~I~L~IH|~I~ l~'*-" ' ) tv Poilatch, Oeto. 19.---Night school ~ll/D~/~,~r2~lr'~l ~ %: " - ..... :'~1 ,ha classes for the foreigners have againI ~ (~ [~ g ~ { l~!::' been organized in potlatch, This IsI ' I: ATTERy / " o?o ..... : ............................................................... ~~ ~e the fourth )'ear that these classesl v ...................... .,- ...................... , ......: est is taken by the torelgners. They 0~@ ~ ..... aro uuder the direct supervisiou oti SP[CIA[S :!. "" " *- C I_ Professor R. S. Chambers, superin- i arrn ~l ~ l~l l~ ery tendent of the public schools. Miss fold Size ...o:o Regular Sale,a ~ Ruth Hall has charge of the depart- merit of beginners. This,neludes the, ~ io~v 1 Van Brunt Drill, 16-6 $225 00 $200.w ones that cannot speak a word of : .................................. ' $25 5O " 0 Engiish Miss Viola ~cCarter ~eae~es ' ~ 2 Van Brunt Drills, 20-6 275 00 240.00 t~ the ones who have a Might knowledg~ ~ ~ ....................... [/, advanced classes. At present there~ Buick Size are 13 enrolled, four of wIlich are! '~ 1 Moline [)rill, 16-6 .................................... 220.00" 195.~ ,.q*--r , ,~ 1 Moline Drill, 20-6 .................................... 265.00 230.00"~'~e,~%ar ALL THE ABOVE DOUBLE DISC AND DOUBLE RUN FEED ~'Pltt,' 4 " '" " ~ ~ 9 " 0 '8.... ,~ 1 Empire Single Disc, 18-6 ................ _ 10.00 140. ~. J ~ .. "" Veils You Need the Mach,ner We Need the Money l"-_ , ,~ _,,~C'~ , Y t~e '.4: W[ HAV[A i=Utt tiN[ 01= Ires. GrOc[RIL At lowest Prlc[s x..... %* , ~t, .[. Potlatch Mercantile Co. [!!i,'" " i , o i: