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November 25, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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THE PALOUS REPUBLIC "/:j VOLUME XXV, NO. 87. HWAYIiWORK ALMOST DONEi GRADE IS COMPLETE~SOM_E ROCK WORK YET REMAINS ~ COWLES IS (]:LEANING UP OFFICE WORK. The l}alouse-(larlield seclor of the highway ix l}ractieally (:toni}let- Teams worked all day in the Snnday just norlh of t:)wn (:om- a Iill. and the dirt work is l~OW COnlllleie. Some reel( work yet l'nlaills i{) be done. There is tl short of this w{Jrk oliisl{le the city Utl(I a piece ai ('.edilr (?reek. Work Call 1)e done eve|! [l|'~er it I HEAVY SNOWFALL IN PALOUSE. .......... IWeather 0ow~it, ions Are Remarkable i ' For ~l,.ns Time of Year. } " .\ j)D~t l't?l) [i ~ :(itIi{" ulD~ W,)l/n (l the1 \\:eli her Ili~iI! IID :ind \Vellt (l[~" an(i fOl'~O! 10 Sled h illt. leer his clock ! v:t)rlt sl:!I't(!{i tin \\'ec]!les/lay of last! \V('cII :lilt} ('{)!ili'dll{'{l |~i rlln tiIlllOSt lIl-i c+,~--mntly ut?til :lbllllt 14 [llehes of ,~' II {) W fell. ()11 .M t)ll (1~! y lie ~';(? t!lll (~ d t(} tliivo ;l\\;:}; I1()1 ;l('{'{)l'dJli~t |D Ih~yle, for se :ee!ii~ql to ~)l(I dt~llly \v}sh t() ll'la I((t {',tilt, IS(iS for stl('h il'Peg'llllir tletit)n by IT'ying It) erlJse l;}l ret;{irl} of Sllt'il be- bay(or ()n M{m{tuy night "Iud TIIcs- dily hi, I}ellI e'~ vPy t, ff{}r~ ill t}lilit-i Ci';}tillg the [ml v',,::ta~,e of StIOW. tlow l()n~ he will purn~e Ibis policy is: r!() II ft l ill [he IHil':d~: o~" lllHlly (if ollr i'esidellts, lt~, apl)ears t(} be ill all lit). i tq'l'Hli(' fr}tI!~o {1!' iI]il!{] ;lIld IIo {}lie i~ N. A. I)egersiroln, the {:t}ntraetor,] i Secure(l ltll extensiolt of {lille t{}] :; 1 in which to conlplete i Work. The bridge work at Cedarl Is conltdete and the (larlield is ('olaplel e except I I*VO sec-i (If halld railing, WIllCII eann(}t 1Dllt ill until after the center (el'ill' is taken out. The road will lte good shape for surfaciuK lieN{ after it has settled during the The surfacing of Ihc. road is re-t the attention of the Garfield Paltiuse chambers Of colltlneree CHBISIIANSOA WELFARE WORK NEAR EASTgRIVE SPOKANE PASTOA IS DISCUSSEDi Po o. ,~.~ Coey,I ABOUT TO CLOSE ......... Miss Mary Fagan and Mrs. I). M.t Dvdley 'a ere hostesses ar a party glv-, N. F, STURGES OF SPOKhl~ (10N- PALOUSE. WHITMAN COUNTY. WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921. i .... : ...................................tt MILLERS ARt GiVEI~r-AE~L~L;I ............................................ Evening's Entertainlaent. | =,HP.0PSHIRE DECLINES OFFER OF CHURCH~REV. M. A. Mo- QUARY CALLED--IS YOUNG ~/LN--WIFE SINGER OF NOTE. lh,v, It. tl. Shropshlre. who was until rec:.ntly i)a,~tf}r o[ the ('.hristlan (,hilreh here, bnt who resigned some lime u,~,rsonality and cordial manner have :nade !ler one of the most popular! nd 1}eloped girls ill rlle Potlatchi eountry, from Mr. Mitchell came to Potlatch 8t Paul about 1S nionths ago and at! the 1)resent time holds a resl/onsltton .... 1 in the shipping department of the/ 1}otl.lteh I umber company His shorC .... Hr,~,. Paulson Visits California. ~{sidence here has made him manv~ '.' . ..... ~ Ill tit(' faci of all these fact: and a 'rien{Is, and the best wishes of the general financial siiuation which of- Mrs. Mary Paulson will leave the \vll~de connnunity go out to Mr. and fers no prospect of much intnledtate hml of tile week for Oakland and Mrs. Mithell on their wedding day. ; improwmlent, it seems best to diseon- other California. points to visit her ........................ ' tintle tile exlra rt)t)ln uutil lhe final chihlren. She expects to lie gone for 0hristians Have No PreacMng, outeoUle of the situation is less iu some time. The schedule at the Christian doubt. Moves to California. i ,, , , ~ { . Mis M f{ Th)ll}~tn let Men[iv cbureh for next Sunday Is: Sunday This throws extra w,.rk ()n the] , .. :. , 1 ~' ,. te;,ehers in the lirst allll se(,()u{l! evening for Red Bluff. California, school at 10 a. nl., communion at 11 p~raae) hul they are wllling to ta~eI where Mr. Thompson h.ts been called o'clock and Christian Endeavor at hMd of the situati(}n and solve It toe to take ch'lrge {if the Christian o h ab it'~ church ~l that place 6::10. The new minister has let yet the best f t eir il ~. t " . z, : . arrived, but is expected-soon. The money expendet~ for equil)-t ............................. ........................... ~ O.leIIl fo.r~lhe new r(>om rs no loss a~} SociM a Suceess, Baptists to Entertain Students. an the furniture and equipment may] At the Daily school In Latah e(}un- Tire Baptist churc~ will entertain be used in the other rooms aud had} ty 20 pier were sold for $4.25. J.J. i the students of the hlg~ school at a to he purchased without the extrai Lynch officiated as auctioneer. A o party in the church Friday evening, room. , | splendid-program wa~ rendered.