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November 18, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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WIIAT YOUR NEISRBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOIhG J. B. Dudley was in Spokane Men- el)son is health officer of Latah opus- day, ~y. He staled that he has added sur-/ Henry Robinson was zn Moscow Sunday. Miss Fae Shipley was In Spokane ~aturday. Fraternity hall is being repaired this week. Miss Mabel Robinson spent Sunday in Moscow. ~Boviil Wednesday to the bedside oflFOR SALE OR TRADE--Pive-I)as-T~~~----------~I)~ his wi~ . who is very Ill. i smtger car for runabout, Inqulrel.] I]! /~'r~es Lebohl and CuarIes Meck-I at this office. 35-2p ld,. drove to Yakima Monaav. TheyI ~Vi~reDL--Vo..~ worn.., with r- eXl)eC! Io ])e gone all week. year-old child, wishes housekeep-[ i,~ o~ ~oo~i,~. ~o~ lss, Moscow,:la~..,p '.~, flI1 gieal wards to his office. , o,,,:,.,,,, .,.... A Successful " " Mrs. Ray Battey and two chlldren i ence Bailey drove over trom Pullman: i] vl)ent Sunday in Palouse, v;sltlng rel-~{ and spellt Sunday in Palouse. FOR SALE----Two Jersey Milch cows, C' =J atives. I Miss Ethel Oderlin aria Mrs. Atlai with calves; bolh five-gallon cows.I ~.~alO l). M. Dudley was transacting busl-lOderlirL were entertainea Sunday a~! W. (I. Daseh. "{6-tf }| hess in SPokane Tuesday and Wed-~the G. A. Weldon home i-n Colfax. r FOR SALE--A good milch cow; nesday. : Rice. Grimes was in -Moscow T~aes- frestl in December. It. R. Hecht-~ "I don't like to see so aiuch said about S4VINt]o James Throop transacted business! day. From there he went up lhe ner. 36-tf ...... money," said a successful man recently. Mrs. E. M. Ixwin vi~Ited in Pull- in ttttrvard and other up-rzver points! river, where he spent "Wednesday. STRAYED~From my pmee near EIX~ "Thfl' is not the seclet of success. D" you wa~lT t0 Tuesday. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Sickle, who man Tuesday. , River, november 8, one light bay: know how to win success I will tell you: Miss Vivian Dartt was in Pullman Mrs. D. itarshman went to Spo-! formerly lived in this community, :toddle mare; weight about 950 lbs.;i kane Monday, returning Tuesdavl were visiting in town Wednesday. ~; :.ears old; white saddle mark on~ "Ealll MORE than you spend." Armistiee day. evening. 1 Floyd Nolan of Lewiston is inking let'l side. tip of right ear split, faint', It is sai:l that the average man earns about $5 for Mr. A. P. Murray was ill pqllman Mr. and Mrs. W. t,]. McCrosko.y of~ the place vacated by the reMgnatlon white spot in forehead. Reward. H.: ec~h dollar he saves, hi tile BUSINESS OF LIVING I Armistice day. ('olf~x were visiting t'alouse friendsi of T. t'. VValler in ~Villiamson'~ >'tore. A. 1)eary, Elk River, Ida. ;:6-2 I ~ hwe $4 expense to each dollax of "profit." J. B. Espey is confined to his home Sunday. } The Boys' Glee Club of tl~e Pahmse FOR SALE---Heating stove almo:~t! SAVING will be a simple matter /or the n,an who this week by illness. ' James Broyles of the Cove districtI high ~chool is preparing st minstrel new; will sell cheap. J. A. Miller. Ethel McCauley is visiting her sls- shipped a car of tings to Spokanei show to be given December 9. EARNS all he can and spends wizh good judgg- ter, Mrs. Jan~es Byerly. Tuesday. t The Epworth League of the Meth- FOR RENT-.--Two rooms furnished Thrift is tlot ~tillg'ial0SS~it's g'oot IRallag'elltetlt. for light housekeeping; would also ment, E. A. Malsed shipped a ear of eat- lnez Cromwell of Spokane is: visit-i odist church will hold a candy sale lake boarders. Mrs. Ollie Howell, THINK IT OVER tie to $pokane this week. ing her grandmother, Mrs. A. Jt at l~atten's store Saturday, Novem- back of Palouse hotel. 34-if I A. Throop attended a sorority ball Ilampton. ber 19. I In Pulhnan Friday night. C.W. Poage is excavating prepare- Mr. and Mrs. James ~-~rovles. S. C. FOR SALE -No. 6 Meiotic cream Mr. and Mrs. James Tllroop visited ,,,ry ,o installing a furnace In his Hanso,,and C. C. Matson motored to ~el,a,'a~or. almost ,,ew. W..lame~. ~''e(ur-vlt tt "-a-e friends in Steptoe Sunday. ~esidenee. t Spokane Tuesday. They retuz'ned ]'alouse, Wash. 34-tr " "~ / Mrs. E. J. Jay visited at Travises' Dr. and Mrs. J. E, Purcell o ~t. IThurs(lay' F'OR SALE----Several tons of carrots from Wednesday to Friday. .~ohn visited at the home of ~V. ~Vol-I, Frank JohlisOll is trapl,illg thls slid tnangles, in bulk. Price $15 Dr~aK1 J. R, Poage of Oakesaale visited heier Sunday. {fall and winter and is meeting with per toll. Apply to Thee Thorsoll, l)a-I his mother in Paleuse Sunday. .lames Byerly and IVred Walker! ext,.ellent success. He has secured 10O louse Hospital. 34-31) 1 Mrs. Max Meinig went to Spokane .i,'ovc ,*ver t(, Pulhnan t,, celebrate} pelt, lhis [all. leOt( .qALF~.-My residence property P=\LOUSE, WASHINGTON Tuesday, returning Wednesday. . .\rmistice day. ! R.W. Elder, O. L. Straughan and, ,m West Church street chess. Throe" too- MIss Genevieve Dartt was a week /&. J. Sorenson and A. ,I. C. Lazenby drove over ~o Colfaxiitlarry l,uesing. 34-tf | e~ld visitor in Spokane last week. ;bred to l)ulhnan I,h'i(lay to celebrateI Saturday to attend the \Vhltman Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anaerson were .\rmistice day. County Principals' meeting, , IA)ST. --D'rom Miller's barn, n~ar Pa- l verI i louse high school, October ?4, grvy visiting friends in Palouse Sunday. ~ S.R. Bverlv. . of Oakesdale was ! A nulnber of Patousers attvmledl Mrs. Becker, who lives witll her Sun lay. visiting with ~Is motIler, the O. E. Lynch turkey shoot last on mare,lcatl~erWeighthMter.abOutpleasel000 pounaS;notify tt.l~adA. --~-'~'-----~---= ~ ..... daughter, Mrs,. Roelf, is seriously ill. 51rs. J. Byea'ly. I Stlllday. It is reported that Mr, [,vech llanson, Phone lS-F-15, Palousc, Lyle Webster celebrated Armistice Mr. and Mrs. N, Salisbury of Her-{had a most successful match. Vv'ash ),3-t.~ day in Spokane, returning Sunday. v~rd were in Palouse Tuesday ,wen- A.N. Oliver, recently from Canada, Miss Ruby Holmes was home from ~ng and Wednesday. but who now lives near Vlloa, was in FOR SALE--About four dozen pure il Pullman Sunday visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anaerson and Palouse Wednesday morning on his hlood Barred Rock chickens. 8Zan- .~ .~lrs. Ida Briggs of Clarkston vlsitedl way to the Isaac Peele sale. ey Anderson, 33-tf blrs. C. A. Blair left Monday for Sevmore Blyton, who has been ab- FOR SALE~Toulouse Geese. Arch Quenemo. Kansas, f,~)l all e.