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Palouse, Washington
November 4, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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i " WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOI ,', Henry Elmer is remodeling his home. Luther Barnes is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson drove to Pullman Monday. R. O. Harris of Princeton was in Palouse Saturday. Genevieve and Schuyler Dart( were home over Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Harper of Harvard was in Palouse Monday. J. H. Cochrane of Harvard was In Palouse Wednesday. * iMr.-and Mrs. J: B. Dudley were ia Moscow Wednesday. J. J. Douglas was transactin~ buM- ness in Palouse Tuesday. C. L. Wiley recently moved to Pa- louse from Ringling, Montana. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Hem spent Sat- urday :and Sunday" in Spokane. Mrs. Julia Turnbow of Champion, A. lberta, has moved to Palouse. James Blane of the I*'reeze district was a Palouse visitor Wednesday. The Security Benelit as~lociation installed officers Wednesday night. The Holy Trinity Guild will meet next Wednesday at the parish house. Homer and Clive Cochrane o~ Al- berta, Canada, were in Palouse Men- ~ttending the funeral of a nephew ,vho had been accidentally shot while hunting. tlarry Hechtner was in Spokane ;aturday. While there he took in the Ave stock show. A letter to triends from Rev. H. C. ~hropshire states that he is much .nproved in health. George and Albert Spuler went to ',pokane Monday, where they expect remain all winter. ?drs. Frank Thompson el Spokane isited the first of the week with her !~ter, Mrs. W. A. Nichols. Mrs. M. S. Harper and daughter, )ra, of Spokane, are visiting with C. ',. ttanlnIond near Pah)use. Ehner Askins went to Colfax this reek, where he expects to take treat- .~.ent at St. Ignatius hospital. M i.~,s Genevieve Sullivan, from ,Vatertown, South Dakota, is visiting h~r aunt, Mrs. P, W. Greene. i ' ,.jMr. and Mrs. Charles Farnsworth ,:ere in Spokane Friday of last week [tending,the live stock show. Mrs. J. Abhold left for Los Angeles Wednesday. She has been visltmg with the Los Crawford family. Mrs. Anna Wiley left for Malden last week, where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hough Coleman. day. 1 Mrs. C. O. Prindle from near Oakes- W. F. Morrisonfi Frank Poe and A.f dale has moved into Palouse and ex- J. Webster were in Farmington Sat-I:ects to make her future home here. urliay. [ F J Slnvth the linotype man on O.'P. Stephens. wh has been sick I the Rosalie Citizen-Journal, is assist- with pneumonia, is able to be out[lug this week at the Republic office. again. A.C. Shoresman, who lives on the R. J. Keeney, Horace Keeney and old Wiley place in the west part of Olen Andren drove to Spokane Wed-'~town, moved to Orchard avenue this nesday, t week. Dick Robertson has sold his houser Harry Luesing and George Harper on Mill row to his brother, Harryi v, ent to Presser Wednesday. They ex- Robertson. fleet to be gone the remainder of the George Kineaid, who lives in the~ week. vicinity of P@tlatch, was in Palouse The ladies of the Holy Trinity Wednesday. Guild will hold a cooked food sale R. C. Johnson of Farmington was };aturday, November 5, at the Girl in Palouse Tuesday. He was return-!i;cout rooms next door to the Repub- t lic office. The ladies will offer for ing l~rom Dayton, where he had been sale fancy baking, cream puffs, fan- cy cakes and rosettes. O. E. Lynch will hold a turkey ~hoot November 13 at his ranch. A hundred turkeys and 60 geese will l)e offered. E. L. Holt and G. R. Beckman, dis- trier manager of the Washington Water Power company, were in Mos- cow Monday. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lazenby has been seriously ill the past week. She is reported to be much hetter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph [)avis went ~o Spokane Monday. They returned Wednesday. While it{ Spokane they :isited their son. Miss May Johnson, stenographer it tile Security State bank, was In Coeur (l'Alene Satur(ta~ and Sunday 'isfting her parents. ~//3.I. 1). McPherson made a business ,rip up tile river Wednesday. C. [1. Knal)p was transacling busi- ~le:~ in Moscow Tuesday. - ~Gladys and Teddy Sanders spent the week-end at Pulhllan. They at- tended a party given in hunor of Ruth and Allen Manring. Some at ihe boys becanle rather careless in their Hallowe'eu pranks. Many citizens ha~e complained of )rol'ert y being (testroye(I by the on n gst ers. Mrs. P. W. Greene, Miss Genevieve Sullivan, Mrs. M. D. McPherson, Mrs. J. B. Joslin ami Mrs. F. tl. Ankcorn motored to C(,irax Thurs- day morning. [ Ivan Scares, son of a fornter l)astor of the Christian church in this ciiv,[ was in Palouse Suudav and made all[ excellent talk to the peol)le of theI 0hristia,n church, t "Mrs. Annie Gregory went to Colfax[ Monday, where she had an X-ray ex- ainination of her ankle. The I)ones were found to be in perfect apposi- tion and the fracture was doing nicely. {. .z. + .e .e. AMONG THE CHURCHES 4. ,1,,4" Catholic Church. Services on the second Sunday of each month at 12 o'clock. Interest with Interest If you have a Second Liberty Loan you'll be collecting interest on November 15th--there's a coupon to be clipped on that day. Don't you want to make that interest earn more? Just transfer it to an interest-bearing account here and let it earn 4 per cent to add to your "Safety Fund." If you haven't such an account now's the time to open one, when you have this "extra money" on hand. Earn .interest with interest to swell that use- ful reserve fund. Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON FEED FEED FEED We Have It--All Kinds MILL FEED, 0IL MEAL, SCRATCH FEED CORN--WHOLE 'OR CRACKED WHOLE OR ROLLED OATS WHOLE OR GROUND BARLEY AND ALL KINDS OF POULTRY FEEDS TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAY AND SOME GOOD FORTY-FOLD STRAW OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT WE DELIVER. IF N0T RIGHT SEND IT BACK. ~.~ A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE POTLATCH Holy Trinity Church. Sunday school at 10. Morning ser- vices at 11. Evening services at 5. E. W. BURELSON, Vicar. Christian Church. Bible school, 10 a. m. Commun- ion 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. " Baptist Church. In the aeroplane race the boys are yet in the lead, but the grrls are or- ganizing themselves and the boys will have to look out if they want to! the winners. At the morning service the subec! will be "The Golden Rule." Ordi- nance of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the close of the service. At night the subect of the sermon will be "The'Name of Christ." Thls wlll be the farewell sermon of the present pastor. The B. . P. U. will meet at 6:30. "John Ankcorn will be the leader and the subject discussed will be "Elec- tion." Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. Methodist Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morn- ing worship at 11. Theme: "No Oil." Epworth League at 6:30. The young people will give a pa- geant at the regular evening service, "The Coming of the Truth." College Departments Urged to Save. All departments of the State college have been urged by President E. O. Holland to save 15 per cent and if possible 20 per cent of appropriations for the year ending April 1, pursuant to the policy of rigid economy advo- cated by President Harding and Gov- ernor Hart. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends for theii" kind assistance during our late bereavement ,and for the beautiful floral offerings givenj~n memory of our beloved husbanii and father. Mrs. N. A. Fairchild, George E, Fair- child. " NOTICE. All those indebted to C. N. Bran- non & Co. please ~'all and settle at once. 34-2-p GLASSIFIED ADVERTISLEG z i FOR SALE--Good gentle Jersey milch cow. V. XV. Tidwell, Phone 124-Y. 34-1p i~0R.RENT--Furnished rooms over the old Lueslng shoe store. Mrs, James Wurman. 34-1p FOR RENT--Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping; would als0 take boarders. Mrs. Ollie Howell, back of Palouse hotel. 34-tf FOR SALE--No. 6 Malotte cream separator; almost new. W. Jameh, ~alouse, Wash., 34-tf WANTED--Work on farm for a fewLf weeks. Earl Summer,% Garfield,:[ Wash .....Route 1 34-9p I ! STRAYED-- l have three three stray i[ hogs at my place. Owner pay dam- ages and take them. (;la.he Flowell. [ : 34-11) FOR SALE---Jersey milk, 10c quart. N. G. Dasch. 33-2p i FOR SALE--Several tons of carrots and mangles, in bulk Price $15 per ton. Apply to Thee Thorson, Pa- louse Hospital. 34-31) WANTED--To buy a 12-inch gangl plow. Joe Lynch, Phone 9-F-23, Palouse, Wash ,~'OR SALE--My residence property~ on West Church street; cheap [larry Luesing. ?, 4-t f LOST From Miller's barn, near }-'a- h)use high school, October 24, gra: ! mare, weight about 100o pounrI;~; l~ad ~)n leather halter. Please notify h A.I Hanson, Phone 18-F-15, Pal(,u~(,, ! Wash. ~ 3-t f FOR SALE---About four dozen pure I)h)od Barred R,)ck chickens. Stan- ley Anderson. 3 ?,-if 6-inch Rustic, $1.20 l/er 100 feet 12-inch lh,ards, surface(l two Miles, $1.40 Fer her 100 feet. 33-1 POTLATCH LUMI/ER CO. ~'OR SALE--Toulouse Geese. Arch Bool!e. Phone 22-F-3 33-tf WANTEI)---To buy or rent a house in or near town; wilh barn pre- ferred. Sl.anlev Anderson. 32-1f SPIRELLA CORSETS-Mrs. J. M. Ris- Icy, Spirella eorseteer. Phone 126J DRESSMAKING--Mrs. R. Thompson, Phone 163-R. 31-tf Special ))task dance Saturday nighl, November 5, at the city pavili(,n, m~- :ler the direction of the Kennedy (',..~..- iulne c,)mpany. There will I)e so:ue good old-fashioned square (h,n(',~;. rhousands ot dollars worth of g(n- geous costumes for you to choose front at reasonable prices. Dance al- mission tickets $1.10. Ladies and ~pectators 25c. CoStulnes at Hotel Palouse. FOR SALE--A 1916 Ford in fair con- dition; will sell cheap. R. J. God- dard, Phone 15-F-l:;. 34-4-p Gee. W. Claus, optician, will again visit Palouse Monday and Tuesday, November 14 and 15, and may be found at Hotel Palouse. He will ex- amine your eyes without charge and] lit them to )'our perfect satisfaction. ] If you need glasses or new lenses in J your frames it will pay you to see] him. All work guarantee(l. WASTE no tears.upon lost years, but turn a leaf and smile and ecom)- mize and get back to pre-war basis, and use local wheat flour at $1.50 liar sack, $5.80 per barrel at mill. Pa- louse Milling Co. 21-tf \Ve have installed new screens in our seed cleaning separator and we are in position to do a better job of cleaning than ever. PALOUSE MILLING CO. By N. B. Hunsperger. FOR SALE--Sewing machine, drop head, slightly used. Price $20. Call 148-Y. 33-3-p B~king Powder Deals on Hand" Pudding Pans, Wash Pans, Brewed Pans, Bean Jars, Dusters, Cotton Pearl Stew Pans, Kettle Cleaners. One eacht with 50c can of Baking ~owder. GRAND UNION TEA COMPANY C. C. GLEISER, Manager. NOTICE We have secured grouna tar a woo~ yard and are ready to deliver wooc~ anywhere. PALOUSE TRANSFER. Watchmaker and Jeweler WATCHES Hamilton, Waltham and Elgin In all sizes and grades. DIAMOND RINGS AND LAVALLIERS And a Full Line of Jewelry and Silverware. PALOUSE, WASH. Fifteen Per Cent Discount on Silverware. 33 YEAR5 BanRing ervice The~e i:; nabbing ~:~ys~erious about a bank and ucthing complicated about doing business with a bank, " Banking 9pcrations should be understood and its tacilities laken adwmlage of by everyone. A bank is a public business house dealing in ~::(,n~y a~d ~redit instead of merchandise. It provides a safe ~.)lace to keep funds and ethel va!uablcs and in a ffeneraI way as a central agency for the con:)r.r.nity's money transacLi0ns. State Bank PALOUSE, 'WASHINGTON ' .i %~" REMEMBER, going through the moult is like a long spell of sickness. To force out the old quills ~ ~jrow new feathers saps a hen's vitality. if you expect your hens to be fall producers and winter then feed them Poultry Pan-a-c,e-a during and after the will start your pullets and moulted hens to laylml [t contains Tonics that put your moulted hens in fine co~ (:iiion--'fonics that tone up the dormant egg :',~ ~L gives a moulted, run-down hen rich, red blood and : .,b. It contains internal antiseptics that destroy diseaS !;,.::~s that may be lurking in the system. Nodisease s)~:~-a-ce-a is fed. It pays to feed Pan-a-ce-a regularly. !': !'rings back the singing--it brings back the --it brings back the cackle. That's when you get ,:nd it's eggs you want--fall eggs, winter eggs--when are eggs. Palouse Pharmacy Tell us how many hens you have. We'll tell you how much Pan-a-ce-a to T2 e Store Gem Nut Cocoanut Margarine is made Oil, Peanut Oil, Milk Salt. WELLS &t, BYRON Phone 48.