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November 11, 1921

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THE PALOUSE REPUBLIC VOLUM.E XXV, NO. 35 +1CHAMBER HEARS]I SPOKANE MAN | t' l~, PREDERICKS IS GUEST AT z i ~tY. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE L J UNCItEON--STANLEY ANDER- ~re of Spokane was present tit the I~a~ber of commerce luueheon Sat- .~day and addressed tlle body. He ~l~ressed his gratification to see the :~, ers becoming interested in the ['uvities of the business men's or- lZation in Palouse. He t the merchant had been unjustbdeclared EllSed of wishing to extract every Ar~ r!ar he eouhl from the farmer. [)U L'rhe reverse is true" said Mr. ~lfriek "'for the prosperity of the K ehant is commensurate with the ~erity of the agriculturist \Vhat to the good of the farmerI fear of any farther troulfle from this to the good of the merchantI cause. This news foui'td its wav hack r-7~" ~beth pl'~sper hv a mutual svmp't-| t, i'alouse, ~hereupon the Christian E "~' fzbP:~ ::: : iilil,e:v~ be]7 fi'i;c'mm'erceben~fit~eth~l Mr. Slzropshire N)retuim ~o PaZouse. ;9c ( s Whether or not ),It. Sllropslllre ~af e01nmunity surrounding it." wilt accept has not )-el been learned. 00 I~lltrlley Anderson, a prosperous ................ !~g rancher, was present and ex- I ~ed a desire to become a member i ',5C ! e chamber. He was introduced i~I'I. R. Heehtner and responded ~" a talk in which he expressed a IPte to work t'n" and with the of ~)~ ~Zatiol,. "- ~ator R. C. McCroskey was pres- ~ lid was asked to speak. He re- With a bit of subtle humor ~ aCteristic of the senator. He ad- -----'JI/ the road committee of the I a- ~ chamber of commerce to call on ~ml~aeld to secure the necessary ~[~ea the petition for the surfac- ~ the new highway between Pa- ~ Sad Garliehl. He stated that ]["~ld had secured all the names o~ __.,~butting ln'opertv owners ml the of the highway which was al- ~j " to the Garfield commercial *i':'~lhl~V. Elder. principal of ,lie ('o- - +ch+o, , ,id before i~)marnber the plans or the Palouse i~,Is for celebrating Armistice Day ]["~ked th.d the streets he cleared L':arade of the ~ ~z school children on m7 | "_______ - t ~ACHERS ARE INVITED b l}i~ussion of Tests and Meas- ~eats in Principals Meeting I; regular November meeting of ..~+JL*hlta/.z ('onl t~ Princi als asso- ::::':':'~ ~% iVill~ ' P " "' |,,. I)e held in Colfax Satur- li~,,--t,~SVeluher 1 2 In ll:e Inornlng Ill ~q+ 4. Douglas of the State college I l E :!i: (:!!+,!t dfetle:! ~/:~ tfi!ii!:r!i: I to the W ashiogto. due - I ~i+~.aSciatton meeting at Belling- lli*m ,n ko hls report..r W c. l|l~ Sta~e (mllege will t,i:,i't;sS ~tllts nf the tests recently given Vltation to all grade and rural ~.. l~ Will be sent out for the first the history of the rincipals': ~tion.~Gazetto P II ~,ltlYs Miller Property. ~Y Anderson, who has rented ~.u, has purchased the property m~g to Lloyd Miller He also ~d from Harry Heekner the |~at back of the property. "~r (~%ll.Wlll move his family to t~ Close Successful Meeting. ~eetings in the Legion hall t~Ve been hehl by J. A. Bron- .~ 0arl ('rum who are repre- Ss;he Reorganized Church of , rist of Latter Day Saints. %t 8und~v night with most results. A ~plendid at- :~ Was had and niany friends ~tl for the cause. Elder Bron- il~tlneetlto return for Sun- to give an address on "The ol/Hng of Christ " 'this will ~lVen in the Legion hall. t~?rom Orchard Avenue. ~ 8iihu.ul of Orchard avenue ~~haSed the lease on the Adam ~ - 1 ..... Ik P ace and moved to Pa- !;~t \reek, Mr. and Mrs. Sill- ,ttI~':~ transacting business in tae ~ +ulieSday )l' * ~t With Mrs. Yohnson. ~;tliies' of the Methodist Aid i~l11 meet with Mrs. J. J, ~t Wednesday. A good at- i'+ ~ desired. $ huproved Condition of Health Makes His Retuni Possible. Hey. H. C. Shropshire, whose ill health forced him to resign his pas- torate of the Chri,stian church in Pa- louse seine time ago. has been so ben-I silted by physicians that it is possible for tlilli to re~tlale Ills \vork here. /+poii hearing of ibis his fornier con- gregation issued a effll to him to re- I llrll to his charge. Rev. It+ ('. Shropshire came frolll (,ornillg. California. to Palouse iu At!gust to take charge of the Chris- tian ehureh, but soon al'ter his arrl- veI lie I)egllll 1o stifler [',()Ill shortness ~f breath. 't'hinldng his heart was affected anti Ilia! this altitude was too great, he resigned aa(l return;~d d) (laliforniu ali(l l)llt hiniself under the care of a physician, woo discov- ;is(1 that his heart w'ls not affected. btlt |hill hi>~ lrollble canle fronl & ~.wisled artery. This troubie was rem- edied and the pastor advised that lie i',ol|ld gO il~tt> ;lily clinlate without Honor Mrs. Lloyd Miller. The hidies of lhe M. ]~. church en- tertained Tuesday afternoon at the home ()f Mrs. J. A. Miller In honor of Mrs. iAoyd Miller, who will leave ~(+on with her husband for their new home in Califoraia. The afternoon was spent ill classical entertainiuent, A hmeheon was served Will Put in 0il Station. ~dolph Throop has purchased the Catherine Andrew Property on Bridge street and will put in an ell station. Ire will handle Pure oil ,)roduets all(l expects to eondtlet a general wholes.ale business, ? LOUSE ttlOH SCHOOL WINS GAME AT OOkFilX %lfax Thonght the Palousers Were Easy Marks~Is Now Trying to Think How It Happened. 't'lm local higit school football e:;m came back last Saturday, when ti~ev, trimmed the Colfax high school team hy a score of 14 to 13. While '~;, ':~::rgil) was close, it was enough to give the Palouse boys confidence ~d it is lmped that tIley will sue- seed ill elosillg the season with ,-, goodly number of vietorles to their ~wedit. In view of the two overwhelmin~ ef(.:,ls inflicted on the Palouse boys ')v l'ulhnan and Endicott the Colfa~ .ggl'egltlioll coP. teml)lated an easy victory in last Sattli'da+x's ganie, and hey seemed to be daztd by the re- ~nlt~ of the battle. "the t',olfax boys played a go,ad: c!e,m g~me and proved themselves to~ be good sportsme.n Following is the~ llleul~ : Col fax. Patouse '7,n os .......... (: .......... Olson .lenkins ....... RG ....... Andrew }Ten, chain ...... RT ........ Fulton (7odd ......... RE ......... Ickas Jones ......... LG ........ Leboht lohn:~on ....... LT ......... Dixo~l Poffenroth ..... LE ......... Ir v,i/l }auberi ....... tlH ........ Throop lart .......... LH ........... Pitt {'arpenter. ..... Q ....... Jackman Hubbard ...... FI{ ...... Sheppard Suhstitntes--C(flfax, Henderson for Mea (',ham, BeaMey for Jones. Pa- h)use---Keeney for Pitt, Turnbow for Andrew, Pitt for Lebold, Denning for Irwin. "/'h~ slurs for l)Hl()lise were lekes and Sheppard. For Colfax Carpenter and Hart starred. Jackman and llixon of Pah)n,~e received ~pecial mention. ~;arewell to Pastor. A ~arewell reception was tendered Rex,. and Mrs. C. R. l)elepine last Pri- (h~y evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thee Luesing. l~ht entertain- L,',':XI of the evening was visiting and music. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Delepine each made an appropriate talk. Refresh- IIICI|ts were served. McClure Moves to Spokaae. H. S MeClure+ former sheriff of Whitman eounty, is moving to Spo- kane, where he expects to make his beret. PhLOUSE. WHITMAN COUNTY. WASHINGTON. F~IDAY NOVESE~ER 11, 1921. SCHOOLS OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAY +++++,+.+++0(]lilTS Thinks Fh'e Was the Work of an In-I ,++ COUNTY BOARD The t'alouse public sehools are choice in the evening to those unable Charles Graves of the upper at)- planning to celebrate Armistice Day to see the program in the afternoon, louse district in Laiah county : ........ Frid Lv. Noveniber ll. The first lea- The following program will be peered at the co~tnty sheriff's office in lure will be a school parade on Main ~iven at the Methodist church at 2' 5'h~seow and asked the sheriff tt) in-iHAXWELL BEING PUSHED BY .~:'lreet at 1:15 p. m., The line of o'clock. The connnunity singing will! ~esti~:ate the cause of tlte recent fire VOTERS FOR ~LACE--HAS BEEN n'arch will form at tl~e V~rashington bc led by Miss Schanck: which destroyed his barn and a iar~et \\'~,,ler t'ower eolnp~lny's office and The Flag Song--First and second quantity of hay, aeeore/ing to re-I the s~udents will march down Main grades, ports received in this city Thursdav. j street, where a halt will be made for America's creed---Sixth grade. He alleges that a