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Palouse, Washington
November 18, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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November 18, 1921

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i|1, i ii i u Saving You Money All the .Time and Gettia i the Business s Our Business We are depending on volume to show dividends, No bubbling excitement, but a straight forward prize on good merchandise. Ours is a willingness to please, and beck all this. Your money back with a if you are not satisfied. Every day new goods roll in and in. Out, out goes the biggest bundles for the ey to be had in all the Palouse. Shrewd, economical people from Garfield, Albion, Potlatch, Harvard, .ton, Deary, Bovill, Elk River, Viola, Moscow, Pullman and Colfax are finding out that our prices are are flocking to WILLIAMSON'S of PALOUSE for relief from exorbitant prices. We're busy and growing faster than we can take on space. Items Taken at Random and Suggestive of Thousands of Others Equally Deserving of Newspaper Mention I I I Grocery Department DRY GOODS AND READY TO WEAR MILK Borden's Milk; regular 15c, special ............. 2 for 25c CORN STARCH * Argo Corn Starch; regular 15c. special .......... 8 for 25c 1921 CROP Of Walnut~, Almonds and Brazil Nuts, seedless and Seeded Raisins. Everything for your Thanksgiving dinner, DARK KAR0 0ne-Gallon Can Dark Kate 65c INSTEAD OF 90c WHITE KAR0 0he-Gallon Can White Kate 75c INSTEAD OF $1.00 RED SALMON 0ne-Pound Can Medium Red Salmon 19c INSTEAD OF 25c SLICED PINEAPPLE Two-Pound Can Sliced l'ineapplem 25c INSTEAD OF 35c WHITE BEANS Fine Grade of White Beans 5c INSTEAD OF 61/@ SLICED PINEAPPLE 21/~.Pound Can Sliced Pineapple 35c, 3 for $1.00, INSTEAD 0F 45c SOAP ~blin Snap--special ........................ 6 for 25c WASHING POWDER Citrus Washin~ Powder 2 FOR 45c INSTEAD OF 30c EACH ROYAL WHITE S0AP ~ial 5e ARMOUR'S C0~RN FLAKES 10c INSTEAD OF 2 FOR 25c V]le, - j'# i ,i, \c EXCELLENT W00L-MIXED BLAN-KETS FOR FULL BED SIZE Only because of a fortunate purchase are w~ able to offer heavy Wool-Mixed Blankets at this price, Woven of long staple yarns, in popular light colors. Special. ....................... $5.85 LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladies' Cotton Ribbed Union Suits, high neck, long sleeves, assorted sizes. Special ................... : .... 98c HOSE Infants' Cashmere Hose. colors black and white, assorted aizem. Special..48c Womens' Cloth Coats Special offer Trimly ready for any occa- sion from a winter hike to a lnxurions motor trip is the wo- man who wears one of these Utility coats. In this specially priced group are coate in vel- ours silvertones and broadcloths Values to $37,50 grouped on one rack. for quick selling. $24.65 COTTON HOSE Misses' Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose, as- sorted sizes. Special ............ 19c DRESS APRONS Ladies' Gingham and Percale Dress Aprons, assorted colors and si2es. Special ....................... $1.25 TERRY CLOTH Heavy White Terry Cloth. 22 inches wide, Special ............ . .......39c OUTING GOWNS Children's White and Colored Outing Gowns. nicely trimmed; sizes 2 to !2. Special ........................ 89c lower, the store Men's Departme at MEN'S UNDERWEAR One lot Men's Wool-Mized Union Suits, assorted Special ....................................... BOYS' OVERCOATS One lot Boys' Overcoats, All Wool materials, Special ........................................ CANVAS GLOVES Men's Canvas Gloves, knit wrist. Special ......... SWEAIERS Men's Heavy Cotton Sweaters. assorted sizes. Special ...................................... BOYS' SW[AIERS FOR SCHOOL AND PLAY One tot Boys' Pull Over Sweaters. assorted colors wool mattrial. Special ....................... Mt N'5 bfiOt:5 !VIen'~ Chippewa Work Shoes, army last, all sizes. arrived: Special ............................... M[~'5 SUIIS one lot Men's and Young' Men't Suits. assocted and materials. Special Saturday and Monday only.. M[~'S SMAiii OV! RI:~IAIS One lot of Overcoats, stylts for younger men; and tailorings are the best. Special ............. THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING WILLIAM SON'S THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING L~ ....... BREVITIES I The Potlatch grade school foot- ]Sail team defeated the Rock Creek team on Armistice day on the focal gridiron 39 to O. Mrs. W. D. Humiston and Mrs. H. N. Gray enjoyed a brief visit las' week from Mrs. Stout, who now re- sides In Moscow. On Armistice day as a Ford full of Potlatch boys were on their way to Colfax the car turned over. Lloyd Baldwin was driving and Kenneth Andrew was beside hlm xn the front seat. When the car was righted it was found that no one but Kenneth Andrew was hurt, he having re- ceived cuts and bruises on his right foot. When they reached Culfax he had the injuries dressed and, seeing his old lieutenant in the parade, his soldiering instincts came to the top and he Joined the march. After the excitement was over and he had reaehe~ home the foot was badly swollen and very painful-, and he has since been taking a forced vacation. About 18 Eastern Stars of Pot- latch motored to Palouse Sunday af-. ternoon to be'guests of the Palouse lodge when they entertalnea the grand matron of the state of Wash- ington, Mrs. Gattis. of Seattle. E B. Helm went to Spokane Sat- urday to bring home his little son, Kenneth, who has been in. charge of Drs. Elchent~rr and Langworth for several weeks. They diagnosed his ease as osteomilltis of the "bone and performed two operations, one on his arm and the other on his leg. The little fellow underwent, both in fine shape and is much improved, having gained 10 pounds during his con- fluem~nt. M. W. Williamson, A, W. Hodg= man and W. B. Wakeman formed a hunting party In the vicinity of Lew-'~ t i.~ton Sunday and brought home '~hree very fine specimens of Chinese pheasants. J. J Meyers. Jack Belch, C. M. An- ,irew and Miss Mabel Kelley ware in .Moscow Tuesday, being called as wit- aes:~es in the case of Melvin F. O'Dell vs. Dr. E. T. Hein. Armistice day in Potlatch was veryI -luietly observed. All the school chil- dren assembled at the Union church where a short program of patriotic ~ongs and recitations was given. Mar- vin Jordan and Donald H. Yates, ex- ~ervice men, each gave a short but inspLring talk to the children H, L. Hansen. while splitting wood Sunday morning, missed the stick and struck his left hand, making a very ugly cut across the knuckle of the forefinger. Dr. Thompson dressed ~he wound and it is h~ped that he will not lose the use of his finger. Rev, and Mrs, Thompson of EIber- ton gave an illustrated lecture on 'The Life of Christ" Sunday evening in place of the regular services at [he Union church. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE PRINCETON. Mrs. W. H. Head of Deary made a short visit here last week with her daughter, Mrs, James Rasmussen, and son. Alfred Carr, and family. Mrs. Will Kleer and children of Avon were recent visitors at the H. L. Hawkins home. Mrs. and Mrs. E, E, Grannis and b~)hy son of Dear)" wer~ In a'~tend- ante ar the Armistice dance and guests until Saturday of Mr and Mrs. Wilton. Miss Esther Stevenson n.:m gone to Potlatch to attend school and is stay- ing with Mr, and Mr, Felix Sta- pleton. Miss Sidney Ruhl ha,~ been ,tutte ill the. past week with a severe cold, but is improving at this writing Mr. and Mrs, Ray Guernsey were guests at a ,reception .given t~em at~ / i the Rebekah lodge in Pot;atch Frl- da$ evening. .lames Wurman and wife were vis- itors at Stephen Bidlake's over Sun- day. Mr, and Mrs. Wurmau will move to Strong's mill to live this winter, Mrs. Horace Nearing and mother of Potlatch were business visitors here Tuesday. Eldon Tribble is spending a f,,w days in Moscow this week. Mrs. Fred David came home from the Bovill hospital Tuesday and is being cared for at her mother's, Mrs, James Blngham. A complete rest for two months was advise~l by Dr. Gib- son for Mrs. David, who is suffering ;rein heart trouble. TUR1TSOW FLAT. Sunday school at the Eden Valley church next Sunday at 2 p. m. and t>reaching services at 3. There will also be preaching in the evenings, beginning Monday evening. Miss Adena Franzen spent the week end at home, She had as ber -~ueat Miss Stevenson. They are both students at W. S. C, Mrs. Neal McClure and son, Bobble, vi.~ited in Spokane the first of the week, Several of Ralph Turner's friends helped him enjoy his birthday dinner last Thursday. Earl Daniel of Garfield visited this week with his cousin, Clarence Daniel B. W. Powers was called to Port- l,~nd Wedn.esday because of the ser- Ious illness of his father, W. L. Powers. prised Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blase at their home Saturday evening. The evening was spent in dancing. At a !ate hour refreshments, which had I been brought by the . self-invited'l guests, were served. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. W, McKown went o Spokane Monday for a few days" visit with Mrs. McKown's brother,~ Earl Short. Mr. and Mrs, E, R, Smith of Far- mington visited Sunday at the P. L. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. William Crow were) Moscow ~isitors Thursday. { VIOLA. The Ladies' Aid will serve a chick- en pie supper the evening of Novem- ber 23, All are invited. ?,.l Presby is building an additlon ~,o his house. Frank Brown. Curley Newman, l)cwey Chancy, Jake Deweise, Joe iJ,,,ney and Carl Cheney returned ~,trday evening from a hunting trip in the mountains. Elmer Matthews ,~na John Byers ~:d family have moved n~ar the saw- , mills re log for Williams. Miss Rothwell. Mrs. George Hare': nd Mrs. J, E. Gray called on Mrs. :Uercer Friday afternoon. i Archie Bowles, Vlola's general mer- I chant, has installed an oll burner in l~is stove for heating his home. Roy Abbott and family visited wlth their uncle. S. J, Abbott, near Colfax Saturday night and Sunday. The Viola public schoo! was closedi Armistice day. KAMIAC. Friday, being in Pullman Palouse, Farmington and Tekoa. John Long is putting up a new building on his mountain ranch at the foot of the summit northeast of Viola, Idaho. Mrs. C. J .Skeen has received word from her sister, Mrs. C W. Lang, of Say Diego, Cal.. telling of the hot weather they are hawng at that place at present. She reports 110 to 112 in the shade. Frank Irvin and Alfred Long have been helping with road work over near Charles Day's place on the Clear Creek road the past week. Earl Skeen has been helping Willis Davis dig his potatoes the last few flays. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crow and family have retffrned from Bigger, Sask., for the winter. Mrs. Crow is at niece of C, J. Skeen, where he is now employed the happy couple will rure home. Their many in wis'hing them a through life. WAR ON NARCOTIC Governor Hart Will Conference at Governor Louis F. Hart the influence of the state tion behind the war on tic that is being waged state and city officials. The has issued a call f'Gr a all officials interested running down drug is hoped ~o unite the this work. The meeting in Seattle on Saturday, Choosing Land HARVARD. Dan A. Scott director Miss Maud9 Helen Canfiehl and: ration and develpoment, Sylvan Clay Moore. both prominent tical farmer and well and popular young people of this sec- tion. mere married at Tacom t No- values in this state, yet, vember 13, The bride is the~ oungest chose the acreage daughter of former Represeptatlve W-te's land settlement and Mrs. Homer Canfield highly re- called in the attorney spected p'ioneers of LataI} county. :rod has spent her entire life on the ruled that the law only upper Palouse and is one of Her- state to take over raw land yard's leading young ladies, being an barred several attractive active worker in the Sunday school be had the further and in the Grange and all community Jenkins. assistant state affairs. The groom is a son of Mr. who passed on the and Mrs. W. J. Moore residing two I miles east of Harvard, and 'has grown supply from White Bluff to manhood here. and was among the vtn Chase, state hydraulic first of Harvard's young men to re- and Herbert J. Flagg, of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nicho]~es vts- spend to his country's call during the ~R~F~E, ited at the home of Mr. Nicholes' late war. Enlisting in the navy in Miss Lillian Skattaboe of Moscow,I brot'her. William Nicholes, over Sat- October. 1817. when he was "out 17 county superintendent of schools,l urday and Sunday years old, he served throughout the visited our school last Thursday, Willis Davis, who lives on the George Robinson, who. has been south side of Kamiac, ~as purchasers visiting at the home of his niece, a new Samson truck and he intends Mrs. V. T, Morris, the past two to buy up poultry and veal and de- months, left Thursday for his home' liver them to the Spokane markets. in Oregon. John and Rinehardt Johnson and war as head gunner in the transport service. Since obtaining his dis- charge in the spring of 1919; 'he hasl been in the emplqy of the Potlatch Lumber company at Bovill. giving up. his position some three months ago A crowd of about 75 people sur- Fred Webb made quite a touring trip to enter the radio service at Seattle, ment of public works, ~ater supply and the sufflc permanency of the supply and continuation power service; Dr. sanitary engineer, whd health conditions; got road rates and plans to put rlcultural expert to work ject for the further study so he "can advise settlers, l