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}i ! iiii:!! O MRS, ORPHA COCHRAHE PASSES TO HEFI REWARD Taken Sick and Dios in a Pew Min- utes--Homesteaded Near Harvard. The sad news of the sudden and untimely death of Mrs. Orpha Coch- rane, which occurred at Moscow on the evening of October 20, came as a great shock to the people of this com- munity, where Mrs. Cochrane had spen, t ahnost her entire life since the days of her early girlhood. Orpha Chambers was a daughter of Samuel T. and Johnannah Chambers, early day pioneers of Latah county, and was born at Edwards Ford, Indiana, December 1, 1869. The family came west by oxteam in 1872, locating near Elberton, %*ashington, where they re- sided for a time, coming to the upper Palouse in 1884. They homesteaded a. quarter section of land on the flt~t three miles west of Harvard, which still carries the family name. At al time when this part of the countryi I was little more than a wilderness antiI settlers were few and far between and good roads were unknown. Mrs. Cochrane saw this community rise from its earlist settlement to its pres- ent advanced state. She was united in marriage to George T. Cochrane, who lived on an adjoining homestead, on May 8, 1890. Mr. Cochrane passed away May 17, 1915, and was laid to rest in the cem- etery at Freeze. Mrs. Coehrane eon- tlnued the management of the farm up till a little over a year ago, when, desiring to further the education of her two daughters, Vina and Mary, she leased the farm to her son, Eu- gene, ~and moved to .~oscow, where she has since resided. To all al)pear- ances in her usual health Thursday evening she started front her home on East Eighth street, with her two (laughters, to attend t~e U. of I. foot- ball rally. On reaching Marion street she was taken with an attack of diz- ziness and went into t,'he R. Medlock home for a rest before continuing on her way. Dr. Gritman was called, but her case was hopeless and in less than 20 minutes from the appearance of the attack Mrs. Coehrane had crossed the great divide and joined the hosts on the other side. The remains were brought to the old home on Chambers Flat Monday and on Tuesday were taRen to the cemetery at Freeze, where they were gridiron Friday afternoon, the score being 40 to 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Witt expect to leave Saturday, October 29, for their new home in Seattle. 51r. Witt has )een for the past 12 years master me- chanic of the W., I. & 51. railroad at Potlatch, and (luring their long rest-. dence here they have made many friends who regret their departure. Mrs. Witt has been t~ze guest of honor at a number of social affairs since they have announced their decision to leave here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oli- ver, on October 23, a 12-pound boy. L. E. Potter and family, who have m~de their home in Potlatch for many years, have moved to Coeur d'Alene, where Mr. Potter has a post-. [ion. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Decker re- turued Sunday from their wedding trip to the coast, which included vis- its to Portland. Seattle and Victoria, B. C. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE PRINCETON. Fred Johnson ad S. Locbner were laid to rest by the side of ~er husband and father a~ld mother. The services! were held at the Union church allGuernsey and family act M'r. and Mrs. Princeton and was one of the larges~i Ro~, Guernsey of Onaway. ever held in this part or the country. Mrs. William Bull and children left The services were conducted by Rev. Tuesday for Reubens, Idaho, to visit her sisters and brothers living here. Mr. Crockett of the Christian church at Moscow. The pallbearers were H. W. Canfield, A. E. Daily, B. F. Thom- as, E. C .Rathbun, H. L. Hawkins and T. J. Vassar. Mrs. Cochrane had for years been a member of the Christian church. A firm believer In Christianity, she en- deavored to live up to her beliefs. In sickness or distress she was eeer ready to lend a helping hand. A neighbor when a neighbor was need- ed. By her quiet, gentle ways she won the esteem of all whom she met and her taking away will be felt as a severe loss by all. The long string of automobiles loaded with relatives and friends which followed the remains to their last resting place, together with the large number of wreaths and boquets of flowers, showed the high regard in which she was held in a community where she had resided almost con- stantly for 37 years. Mrs. Cochrane is survived by two daughters, Vina and Mary, who have been at(on(ling school at Moscow, four sons, James A. and Eugene, of Chambers Flat, and Clyde W. and Homer L., of Carstairs, Alberta; one sister, Mrs. Corinne Bay, of Harvard, and three brothers, Eudoris and Jos- eph, of Reubens, Idaho, and Ulysses of Fort George, B. C., all being pres- ent at the funeral except the brother in British Columbia. She also leaves countless friends who join in extend- ing their sincere sympathies to the mourning relatives in their great be- reavement. POTLATCH !' BREVITIES I Mi~ Mary Frances ~akeman en- tertained ten of "nor young la:iy friends at a delightful kensington Monday evening. Last Wednesday the ~'radte Roll department of the Union church gave a party at the church for the babies on the cradle roll and their mothers. About 35 were present. After a plea'~- ant afternoon refreshments were served and they all had their pictures taken. Mrs. Ralph Horton is super- intendent of this departmen't. Endicott defeatea the Potltach high school football team on the local overtaken by Rev. E. W. Smith, a ~iend, who invited them to ride. When they reached Mr. Ehnore's gate Mrs. Klackentager went behind the car to cross the road. Just then Mr. Hall and his family, in their car, came down the road )ar. Hall was driving slowly, hut did not see Mrs. Ktaekentager until he hit her. lie stopped the car ahnost immediately. Mrs. Klackentager lived less than an hour after the accident. Coroner Glen Grlce and Sheriff John Woody" of Moscow came over Sunday even- ing, but an inquest was not i~eld VETERAN SCHOOLS RAPPED Leas Theory and More Practical Aid Is Needed in System, VVashington, D. C.--The preseul sys- tem of federal vocational training con- laias "'de(,ide(tly too much theory" and needs the injection of l)ractical meth- ods, Director Forbes of the veterans' bureau declared in a reporI to Presi- dent Harding covering his recent country-wide inspection of hospitaliza- tion and vocational training facilities. Colonel Forbes characterized tl~e system as "unmistakably and abso- since it was so clearly an accident,, ,utely wrong," and expressed doubt Phone 49 When in Trouble Klackentager was born in Iowa[whetiier "very many men have actu- and came to Latah county 30 yearsla~.~ been rehabilitated by the guy- _ ................................... I ago. She was 61 )'ears of age at thelerament and have gone back to their time of her death. She is survived bYlresl,ective~ communities as wage earn- her husband, one daughter, Mrs;lersand, asassets." L l l'e 011 Book 0[ Harve Konen of Canton, Ohio; twoI ............ gr~nd(hfldren md one b~other John" ~ ~" " $ " ' Review Refused in TownteyConviction }lull Funeral services will be held ..... " ....... " ' ~ ~ l %% asnlll,~'(Oll. IL ( , - l lle SupIPln(? t the Freeze church Friday and in- court refused to review " ] (he conviction BY J. A, BRONSON terme~t will be in th6 ~reeze cem .......... ! ' ] un(leF ~llnnesola [aw~; o[ \. (', "l'~',Vil- etery. ~ I ley, president o[ ti~e Natioual N~w Of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints, Bert Huh md l~ K le~stner dro~e ~ . , ~ "s "l partisan league, and .h).~olJh Gilbert, to Spokme qhursdt) o meet Mrs ~ ' , ~ " " "-I~ manager of it~ )'ganization d,,pa:~- AT LEGION HALL, 7:30 SUNDAY NIGHT Harve Konen, of Canton, Ohio, I meat Lectures Every Night Next Week, There will be a program and pie social at the Freeze school house sat- urdav evening, October 29. uRN ow r AT, e flr y FALLONS. Mrs. Darland, sister of Andy Mail, died in the Colfax hospital. The fun- eral was held at Pulhnan Thursday. Mrs. Darland was 60 years of age at the time of her death, yna was the wife of a prominent farmer of Pull- tnaIl. Guy Burton, who has been residing on the Price Tate farm, has moved his family to Garfield for the winter. S. W. Edmiston, merchant of Fal- Ions, was a visitor at Moscow Satur- day. Ace Thayer was a visitor at Pull- man Wednesday. Mrs. John Eldredge left Wednesday last for her home in Canada. FREEZE. Koreans to Appeal to America. Washington, I). C.--The Koreans will present their first appe,al to the American delegation to ti~e disarma- ment conference through ex-Senator Charles S. Thomas of Colorado, acting as special counsel to the Korean ntis- siGn. In their appeal they point out that theirs is one of the vital Far Eastern questions. "As such it should be considered by the conference." Harding Fails to Convince Miners. Washington, D. C.--President Hard- ing failed to persuade union miners' officials to 1)romise not to strike next spring. Four hours of argument failed to move the officials from their stand that they were powerless to bind the United Mine Worker.~ of America to any such agreement. Ku Klux Klan Probe Deferred. Washington. D. C.--Decision by the Mrs. E. A. Klackentager met her department of justice as to investiga- death Sunday morning in an automo- tlon of the Ku Klux Klan will await bile accident. Mr. and Mrs. Klaeken-action by congress on the proposed tager had started to the home of John inquiry, Atlorney-General Daugherty Ehnore to spend the day. They were Laid We Arc Offering FOR QUICK SALE P & 0 14 inch Gang Plow ............... $105.00 P & 0 3 Bottom 14 inch Gang Plow.. 150.00 9 foot Van Brunt Drills ................ 225.00 8 foot Kentucky Drills ............... 189.00 10 foot Peoria Drills .................. 180.00 Palouse Hdwe Imp. Co. PALOUSE, WASHINGTON PALOUSE, WASH. Fifteen Per Cent Discount on Silverware. Friday AND Saturday in Farmers' Friday AND Market Da?-s Satu AT THE Potlatch Mercantile Co. POTL ,TCH, IDAHO SPECIALS IN FURNITURE DEPARTM SECOND FLOOR ALL COTTON MATTRESS--SPECIAL ................................................. $ ALL COTTON COUCH PADS--SPECIAL ............................................. $ SIMMONS LINK SPRINGS--SPECIAL .................................... ~ ............ $1 SIMMONS BEDS AT A BIG REDUCTION ONE L0T THREE-qUARTER BEDS--SPECIAZ ....................................... $ ONE L0T WINDOW SHADES--SPECIAZ ............................................. $ ONE LOT WINDOW SHADES--SPECIAL ........................................... $ 0NE LOT PRINT LINOLEUM--PER YARD ........................................... $ ONE LOT WOOL AND FIBRE RUGS---SPECIAL ...................................... ONE LOT SHIP SEAT R0CKERS, WAX---SPECIAL ......................... ........... PLAIN WHITE CUPS AND SAUCERS---SPECIAL SET ................................ $ PLAIN WHITE PLATES--SET ..................................................... $ BLUE BIRD CHINA--46-PIECE SET---SPEIC/kL ...................................... 48-INCH DINING TABLES---WAX---6 FEET ......................................... PLAIN DINING CHAIRS--WHLLE THEY LAST--SPECIAL ............................. $ OUR LINE OF SE~S KITCHEN CABINETS IS COMPLETE. GET OUR PRICES A~l~ TERMS. THESE PRICES ARE GOOD FOR ONE WEEK FROM DATE OF ISSUE. WE HAVE h FULL LINE OF FRESH AT LOWEST PRICES Potlatch Mercantile Co. in attendance at the I. O. O, F. gran~l !o(lge at Lewiston last week, .lames Parks, the l)ool hall pr~,pl'i- etor, spent last ~eek U.+ [l|S 110111,3 it| Fh~lm(r. Several people from her:~ :~iten(led Throop's mill. a *:uneral at Deary Sunday of ,~ so: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powers, wh,.~ (ficr's body from i-'rance it wa~ co:~., have been living east of ~o%vll, lnt}VC, I dueted by the American L~giou tiffs week to one of the houses on Mrs. .l~e ('hanlbers ;~nd wife caste over Mar/ha Turnhow's farm, fro~,~ 1he Nez Peree countr; i,)r a Mr, and Mrs. Earl P!-otitt of Pull- vlsil among relatives and old neigh-I man were (liner guesls a! the G, Z. lw.r,; urriving ,,n the day ~' bb sis-i tokes, Sr, home Sunday, 'or. Mrs. C, oct~ran,:'s death. ~ Mrs. Grant Turnbow of Kellogg 5Jr. and Mrs. Clyde Cochra~e z.~/d[spent the past week at the home of near! her mother, Mrs, l,]d W|ley. She ;tad b;,1,y aud Homer Coehrane ('V~,ary, Alberla, are home, culled lthe baby returned borne SuIld~y, h.~ve hy their mo[ber's dea~t~ Mrs. George Turnbow attended the Mr. Heaton ~nd bride ,,( 5p~,~tgte funeral of Mrs. Orpha Cochran ;~t were visitors ~*, Ml. Heai,)n'q ~on. Princeton Tuesday. \t, i;lard Fleaton, :,ud family sev* ral ! Mrs. Lell~t Conner is sick with l)neu- days last week. i monia. She is at. the home of her son, .lohn Hender~-~ ,~:?c', Cha:ies Bali I John. few days iu ~.)ot(;tne. i .......... ~re spending a Mr. Bidlakc of Flpokane. who has l HORN. been visiting his son, Sto~phen. alldll Mr:~. Thonlas Suddeuth, who has family, returned to the c~ty Munday. ibeen ill in a Sl~okane hospital for A family galhering was held at theismne time, arrived home last week C. E. Bunnoy home last Thursday, the~g.reatly improved in health. occasion being Mr, Bunney's birth-~ Mr. and Mrs. Arch Boone and son day. All enjoyable daywas spent and ldrove to Spokane Sunday, spending a fine dinner was served at uoon to! the day with relatives 45 relatives. ! Joe Hulett has completed a new Mr. t(nd Mr,4. Barnett and littleldairy shed. daughter and Mrs. Fran~ Barnetti Elza Cox has moved his family to drove from"Spokane Sunday and spent~! their new home which was formerly the day at the O. D. Guernsey home.Iowned by Dudley Arrasmtth. Other guests were Max Guernsey and l Mr. and Mrs. Arch Boone made a wife anti baby boy of Spokane, Evanthusiness trip to Colfax Monday. Mr, and Mrs, Rex Gros.~ spent Sun- p..~ day at the home of ills l)arents near Karf tedt ! POSBORG M AUTO REPAIRINt_, Earl Posborg and R. 3. Miller have opened an Auto Repair THE PALOUSE STEAM LAUNDRY BUILDING West of Warner's Hardware & Implement Company LABOR CHARGE $1,00 PER HOUI~ ALL WORK GUARANTEED B'atchmaker and Jeweler WATCHES H~t:nilt0n, Waltham and Elgin DIAMOND RINGS AND LAVALLIERS And a Full i,ine ,~ Jewelry and Silve~vcare.