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Dr. Dartt and J. J. 3ohnson were at Princeton Monday. J. C. Parker of Harvard was ql P:,'ouse Saturday evening. Mrs. IIenry Karfstedt returned FrI-! day from a visit to Colfax. Mrs. W. It. Phillips of Lewiston i.~ visiting with Mrs. John Cmnp. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland visited in Spokane over the week end. Paul Bockmeier, Jr., of Harrington spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lyon visited an WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS ANO FRIENDS ARE gOING wl'.hweek..pneumonials recoverlogfr a,,dthe lsPaSta, ,e siX, o Mt up Mrs. T. C. ~Val[er was in Spokane lthis community from Mockonema, He W, (L Cochrane returned to Car- I sur~(~ay. }has rented the A. N. oliver place stairs, Alberta, Monday. He was ;/N. Williamson was in Palouse on isuth of Palouse. called to Princeton recently by the :"~Vednesday. 1 \V. M. Tinnell of Harw~rd was il~ de~:~h of his mother. Mrs. Orl)ha Mr. and Mrs. George Ickes were inl Palouse Monday. lie expects to mc~q Cochrane. Ire Steptoe soon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Haynes ,)f I,ew- Moscow Monday. J. J. Lynch and Isaac Pool were in Mrs. Howard Hites has recovere( ist()n were in Palouse Sunday Mr. Moscow Monday. from her sickness suffmiently to re-,Haynes w~s formerly a Paloase man J. A. C0chrane of Princeton was mlturn to her home. and spent a time in viewing scenes , of former days. Palouse Monday. :~ Roscoe Belvail is spending a two Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ra,ndal. l weeks' vacation at Pritc.~ard, Idaho, Mi~s ttattie Espey, teacher of November 5, a girl. vDiting his brother. home economics at En(~icott, ao~om- pasted by Miss June Clemen% a ~or- Miss Margarette Poage was in Dr. E. K. Wolfe and two sons took mer college friend of Pullman spent Moscow Wednesday. in the O. A. C.-W. S. C. football game ihe week end with her l)arents .~Ir Born to Mr. and Mrs. Faye Horner. at Pulhnan Saturday. ::~n~ Mrs. ,I. B. Espey. November 2, a girl. C.A. l,ynch, editor of the Rosalia Mr. and Mrs. .l. J. Holland ou Mrs. E. 8. McMackin is seriously Citizen-.lournal, was transactingbusl- Tuesday eveuing entertained Miss ill with pneumonia, l)C~'s in Palouse Tuesday. Lois Andrew, Miss Nau Bittick, \Vil- Vivian Dartt spent Saturday and Miss Wihna Freely and and Miss ]tam Hilliard and Marwn Scott. A Sunday at Pullman. Kirtle VanEtten went ~o Spokane very delightful evening was spent Sa urdav and returned Sunday. and hlnche[)n was served l)y the l)r. J. It. Martin, state veterinar- hostess, tan, was in town the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dickey ~,[ Spo- testing cows for tuberculosis, ka_uc are viMting at the ~leo]'ge Miss Thelma Johnson was home tleyd home. Mr. Dickey was for- from Pulhnan Sunday. Miss Johnson ,-erly emph)yed in the Palouse gar- is attending college in Pullman. age and Mrs. Dickey will be remcm--I Mr, and Mrs. W. Wolheter left last bored here as Miss Shirley l'urner ] x%eek for St. John, where [hey visited ...... N;TICY ...... t thdir daughter, Mrs. J. E. Purcell. [ ' Miss Wolfe, a university student Notice is hereby giveh to thestock-I from Mr)scow, accompanied Miss holders of the Merger Mining Corn-I Genevieve Dartt home for the week-p..nv l imited ,nd to the stockhold- end. ors of the Mizpah (~opper .Mining Corn-I uncle of Mr. Lyons at Elberton Sun- Roy. W. 51. Ylartin went to Elber- l)any, Limited, that an assessment otI dsy. I ton Friday evening in the interests one mill tm the dollar has been leviedt Chester Lamb of Davenport visited lof the Whitman ('corny Ministerial on said Merger Mining CompanyI his daughter, Mrs. Virgil \Vest, last!assoeiatiun stuck as is 1)rovi~led by the bylaws fl week. " I Bert Sorenson, who was operated said coml)any, for the pflrpose or pay-1 Stanley Anderson went to Coeur[onl last July for appendicitis, is Just ing for the annual lal)or for the )'eari d Alene Tuesda~ to vTstt a sick b HHlln to r c ~ u ., .- s ' " eg" " g e.o'er s ~cientlv to 1921. " i You are further notified and re- be down town. quested to pay said amouut to the brother. Claude [tollingsworth of Colfax visited with his cousin, A. E. Boone ' Tuesday. James ,Throop and son, Ad()ll)}) were transacting business in Spokaue Thurdsay. Roy Maynard Thompson left last week for California, where he ex- pects to locate. D. L. Petty was in Palouse Wed- nesday. Mr. Petty recently moved to Tom Sharp of Steptoe was in Pa- undersigned President of said tora- h)use recently and purchased a pany, on or before the 15th day of loud of lumber of James Throop. It i I)ecember, 1921, and if you fail so to was shipped out Wednesday. do your stock in said company, or so The Presbyterian Missionary sect- much as may be necessary, will I)e ety will meet at the home of Mrs. sold and transferred on the stock I Henry Karfstedt on Wednesday, No- t,,,k.~ of the said company, to secure vember 16. Good attendance is de- the amount of said assessment, t sired. 1)ated this the llth day of Novem-I Mrs. D. G. Hannah of the F'our her, 1921. Mile district, who has been very sick MERGER MINING CO., I/PI). 2 ; By J. (L NORTItRUP, President. Lest W Forget November l lth, proclaimed.by the President of the United States a National Holiday, marks the third anniversary of the signing of the Armistice which ended the World War. It is fitting that the Conference on the Limita- tion of Armament begin on this date. Those who gave their all that wax might be no more have waited pationetly for the governments of the world to justify their searifloe. May the Washington Conference make a real be- ginning toward permanent peace. Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON FEED FEED FEED We Have If-All hinds 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 G00D FORTY-FOLD STRAW OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT WE DELIVER. IF N0T RIGHT SF.~D IT BACK. A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUSE . ;a, ........... POTLATCH AMONG TILE CHURCHES Holy Trinity Church. Sunday school at 10. Morning ser- vices at 11. Evening services at 5. Christian Chitreh. Bible school, 10 a, m. Commun- ion 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:20 p. m. Methodist Church. Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11. Theme: "A Soul's Tragedy. Epworth League at 6:30. Evening 'ship, 7:30. Theme: "Necess~Ity Parliament of Mankind." Lutheran Church. Services will be held Sunday, No- vember 13, at 9:30 a. m. R. J. JANKE, Pastor. ! 1 Catholic Church. i Services on the second Sunday of each month at 12 o'clock. | soME a~G~S 2x4, 2x6 and 2x8 Boards, $15. Shiplap Ceiling, Flooring, Rustic | Drop Siding, all for $13. Thousand Shingles, $1.00. O T Complet~ stock Building Material at Brickyard. i POTLATCH LUMBER COMPANY | Axel Berg, Manager potlatch, Idaho. MADAME MAJER Hyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash Aooordian-Knife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitching, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION GLASSIFIEO ADVERTISi ! 1 ANYONE wanting Jonathan Apples Call on 'Walter Blane or Phone: 2-1-F-3. I 16-inch Wood, $9.00 a cord. 50 Pine Laths, 15c a bundle. 200 Red Cedar Shingles, 40c. $11.00 will buy one ton of Roslyn Coal. 35 POTLATCH LUMBER CO. FOR SALE OR TRADE--A 1916 Ford in fair condition; will sell cheap or trade for milk cows, R.J. God(lard, Phone 15-F-13. "34-4p i~-Oi~ S-ALE -dR- T-RAi)E- Five:Pas- senger car for runabout. Inquire at this office. 35-2p ~-()R SALE Good heater, Returning- ton tpewriter and some other arti- cles. Mrs. M. R. Thompson. 36-1 WANTED--Young woman, with 7- rear-old child, wishes housekeep- or cooking. Box 158, Moscow, 35-V.p I ' FOR SALE--Heating stove almost I new; will sell cheap. J. A. Miller. i FOR RENT--Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping; would also take boarders. Mrs. Ollie Howell back of Palouse hotel. 34-tf FOR SALE--No. 6 Malotte cream i separator; almost new. W. James,] i Palouse, Wash. 34-tf ] WANTED---~'ork on farm for a fewI weeks. Earl Summers, Garfield,!! Wash. Route 1. 34-2p !i FOR SALE--Several tons or carrots and mangles, in bulk. Price $15 per ton. Apply to Thee Thorson, Pa- louse Itospital. 34-3p WANTED--To buy a 12-inch gang plow. Joe Lynch, Phone 9-F'-23 Palouse, Wash. ]"OR SALE---My residence property on West Church street; cheat). tiarry l,uesin g. 34-tf] LOST----~'rom Miller's barn, near l~a- louse high school, October 4, gray mare, weight about 100u pounds: had ou leather halter. Please notify 1t. A. ilanson, I'hone 18-F-15, Wash. .;3-if FOR, SAI,E----About four dozen pure hlood Barred Rock chickens. Stan- ley Anderson. 33-tf FOR SALE--Toulouse Geese. Arch Boone. Phone 22-F-3 33-if Gee. W. Clous, optician, will again visit l)ahmse Monday aud Tuesday, November 14 and 15, and may be found at ttotel Palouse. He will ex- amine your eyes without charge and lit them to your perfect satisfaction. If you need glasses or new lenses in your frames it will pay you to see him. All work guaranteeS. WASTE no tears upon lost years, but turn n leaf ;tnd smile and ecuno- :llizc :tl~d get back to l)re-war basis, : :llld IlSe local wheal I'll)Ill" ;it $1.50 I)dr sack. $5.S0 per Imrrel ;~t mill. Pa- !()use Milling Co. 21-tf X, Ve have installed new screens in ollr seed cleaning separator and we are in position to do a better job of ~leaning than ever. t'AI,OUSE MILLING CO. By N. B. Hunsperger. FOR SALE--Sewing machine, drop head, slightly used. Price $20. Call 148-Y. 33-3-p Pay Taxes Now , THE LAST HALF OF WHITMAN COUNTY REAL ESTATE TAXES IS NOW DUE AND BECOMES DE- LINQUENT NOVEMBER 30. 1921. PAYMENT MAY BE MADE AT THIS BANK. INTEREST ON SECOND U. S, LIBERTY BONDS WILL BE DUE NOVEMBER 15, 1921. Security State Bank I)ALOUSE, WASHi; G1ON Leakable A Hard, Willing Worker That Never Qdts-- Even, nevcr-fhiling The There's a Moore ink-flow; sturdy, smooth- Moore just suited to you/, writing point. Good f?)r FollJ[ntairl $z.5o ~up at stationerS~ ),ears of hard use. Pen icwelers', druggists'. PALOUSE PHARMACY . o ,, The Store We have secured ground for a wood yard and ar~, ready to deliver wood anvwhere. PALOUSE TRANSFER. -- ..................... LECTURE SUNDAY NIGHT IN LEGION HALL SUBTECT: "Second l ! Coming i of Christ"[ BY J. A. BRONSON I Come and hear this the i theme of all themes of today. ! i TIME OF SERVICE--7:30 [ COME. We Are Offering FOR QUICK SALE P & 0 14 inch Gang Plow ............. $105. P & 0 3 Bottom 14 inch Gang Plow.. 9 foot Van Brunt Drills ............ 8 foot Kentucky Drills ............... 189,t 10 foot Peoria Drills ................. Palouse Hadw Imp. PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Henry Karfstedt 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 Silvorwaro. Gem Nut Margarine is made Cocoanut 0il, Peanut 0il, Milk Salt. WELLS BYRON Phone 48.