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November 25, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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-- -- ~--,iii i f i i i, "i fill ',,,r ..... T , i WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOINGI qhe~ returned b~ wa~ of Lal cerltly, " .' ." " 11 , 1 R day. Mrs. Lloyd Miller was a Moscow visitor Tuesday. B. C. Spencer of Moscow was in Palouse Tuesday. Mrs. Ada Oderlin expects to spend Thanksgiving in Pullman. Mrs. James Throop visited a few days in Spokane this week. t H. Martin was in Moscow Mon- ('fosse, where they took in the tarsi-I v+~l alld roul~(lup. Mrs. J. P. Duke left Satnrday for her home at Olympia after a visit with Palouse friends. ' l)r. W. F. Morrison is spending the week with his son, Attorney W. F, Morrison. in this city. 1 Levi Archiblad left Sunday for A. J. %Vebster was transacting Lewiston.- He will visit there and at 3ther points all winter. buslneSSFred Walkerin SpokanemadeMOndaY.a business ~ Miss Elna Metz, a student at the triP, univerzity of Idaho, spent the week] ~o Spokane Tuesday evening. I end at the Dartt home. [ Mrs. L. C. ~Volheter is very sick' .I. .l Lynch has been appointed this week with throat trouble. agent for the Northern Life fnsur- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kin- : ante company of Seattle in Latah caide, on November 7, a girl. i county, Rev. W. M. Martin delivered a ser-t Miss Donia B. SchancR, Miss Al~- men at Grinnell Sunday afternoon. "--/ Roy Poe, station agent at Deary, was transacing business rn Palouse Tuead~,y. O. P. Stephens is back at work in the Northern Pacific depot after :t sle~re of sickness. Iv(e (,mnmings and Miss Avis Ander-I. -.'on are spending Thanksgiving In! 3~pokane. Isaac Peele, who reeenHy sold out Ills farming Olltlit, was lit town Wed-, hc~day, lie hits not yet aeeided what, he will do next )'ear. Mrs. Frank Bettis of Moscow vis-i .lathes Milton, a farmer residing ited in Palouse the first of the week. near Pea)use, was in towff Tuesday. J. A. Cochrane of Princeton was transacting business in Palouse Wed- nesday. Mrs. MeMaekin, who has been very sick, is murch improved and is able to sit up. Patriae Anderson of near Garfield~ ~tIe says there is lots or snow in his locality and sleighing is fine, Mrs. W. M, Cowles, who has been here with her husband .during the ~umnler, has gone to Seattle, where she expects to remain for the wlnter. Rev. W. M. Martin was over to El- was transacting business in Palouse berton Friday to atteud a meeting of Tuesday. 'lhe executive committee of the Whit- T. C. Waller has returned from man County Ministerial aasociation. Mr. Wurmun, who recently leasedt Spok~me.lmproved. His health t~ very, much the rooms occupied by Dr. and Mrs.' J. P. Sorenson will leave for Che-~ Ilarvison, has rented the rooms to ney Saturday ta, see his brother, who is very sick. C. H. Ogan of Potlatch came down* Monday tO transact business. He re-~ turned Tuesday. ! I Roscoe Belvail returned from Prichard, Idaho, where he had been visiting his brother. Baptist church next Sullday, Sunday i .~chool will be held at the usual hour, J. J. Lynch, Louis Martin and Clarence and Raymond Fields visited I~OR SALE---A baby sled. Inquire at at Benge, ~'lnona and Hooper re-this office. 37tf suet.her party and gone to work in ai sawmill near Garfield. The parties] leasing the rooms will corjtluet at boarding and h)dging house. / No Preaching at Baptist Church. Tllere will be no preaching at the Thanksgiving Day November 24 Better than the taste of home-made pumpkin pie that tops off the Thanks- giving feast is the satisfaction that comes with knowing that tomorrow is provided for as ~ell as today--that there'll be "pumpkin pie" next year too. We wish you all a thankful Thanks~Iv. ing this year and every year. Farmers National PALOUSE, WASHINGTON Bank WE DELIVER Hay, Feed and Flour THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FLOUR IN TOWN Sunbeam and Straight Grade Flour, made by Palouse Milling company. Patronize home idnsutry. Try a sack of Sun- beam ........................................ $2.0o Straight Grade, per sack ............................ $1.50 Sperry Flour ..... ................................ $1.90 O1Tmpic Flour .................................... $2.00 "A FULL LINE OF MILL FEEDS, WItEAT CORN, POULTRY FOOD ALWAYS ON HAND W~ DELIVER. IF NOT RIGHT SEND IT BACK. A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. FALOUSE POTLATCH L I I Causes of Winds. Whids are produced I)3 ii disturb- ance of the equtllbrhlni In Solue Imri of the atniosphere; tl dlsturhanve Ill- ways reuniting froill ii dlfforeiiee in teniperature betweell all.incenl set'- tlons. Thus, It the temperature of ;i certain extenl of ground bevolnes high.. er, the air' In contact wilh it beconie,~ bested, the all" ,xI)alHis and Koes t< tWO dlsttnet winds ~ill be produced-- an upper one setting outward from th+ heated reghm, and a Io\\',.r one setting Inward tow~trd It. The Victor's Privilege. Tile inali alld the boy inel at the en- trance to the little park, ~tiid walked down the patli togeihei'. Th, ili;li, ltOled I lie disheve]e