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December 16, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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FRIENDS ARE DOIHG WHAT YOUR NEISHRORS AND daS" fron) Moscow, where she had been via(ling Mrs. Frank Bettis. A. I,. Maxwell made a trip to Col- f~x Monday to attend a meeting ,ff t he county cotnlnissioners, (]tL':tav l)anielsen front east of Pa- louse was in town Monday. tte made a trip to Moscow on business.- A. a. Queener, recenil." 0('Avou but now of Potlatch, was transacting business in Palonse Wednesday. Leon l~lansburg went to Colfax on Wednesday. While there he expects to attend the Moore murder trial. Mrs. D. L. Thompson of Spokane is vi~itingat the home of Charles Parns- wurth. She. will remain for several d~Lvs. J. N, Collins went to Yakima Mon- day, where he has secured employ- men[ with the Rot~rock sheep com- p a ll). Rev. W. .M, Martin attended the ']:eetip, g- of the \Vhiiman County Min- b'.teria! assocation at Thornton this week. Seynmur Blyton of \V~wawai, whoI has been taking treatment in the Pa-I louse general hospital, is able to re-I t urn home. ] t Mrs.~George Ash, formerly of Pa- :ease. but who now resides at I'of lat(:h, was in Palouse between trains Wedncsda). Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry el; Pullman were ill Palouse Saturday. air. llenry is superintendent of city s(~hools at Pullman. Warren Throop and Ed Franzen attended Ihe Lambda Chi Alpha fra' i ternitv informal dance at Pulhnan :Saturday evening. Mrs, D. C. Swan of Easton, Wash., is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. N. l)arling, airs. Swan expects to re- main until after the holidays. County Superintendent A. It. Ellis was in Palouse Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. He reports the ~chools in the eounty to he in excel- Miss Vivian llarll was in I'ullman Sunday. John Turnbow visited in Sl)okane Sunday. Mrs, Roy (;lark was in Mose()'v Tuesday, Mrs. C. W. Pease was in Moscow Wednesday. Mrs. R. L. Smith went to Spokane Wednesday. Miss Fae Shipley visited in Spo- kane Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Irwin were In Colfax Wednesday. Luther Barnes made a business trip to Moscow Wcdnesd.ay. C. F. Sawyer and mother were Mos- cow visitors Wednesday. Pleeta McCauley was a Spokane visitor one (lay last week. P, orn to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kanl- Ilia}el', on 1)ecember 8, a girl, Mrs. J, A. \Veils of Garliehl was ~:hopping in Palouse \Vednesday. ttenry Willcox left Monday for the soldiers' home at Ritzel, Wash. Riz Keck left-Wednesday for lhe woods to work during the winter. Thomas L. Collins left Monday for ~he soldiers home at Ri~sel, Wash. Dr. and Mrs. ()(vine of Elberton, were guests a( tile Calheart he)he re- cently. M. I). Mc~herson. cashier of fhe Security Slate hank, was in Spokane Thursday. R. L. Smith of the Rexall phar- macy transacted business in Garfield Wednesday. Harry Boone was in Moscow Tues- day. Ife reports things as very quiet in that city. Mr. and Mrs..]ohn I)lvi'ne were tl]~ guests al the Call, earl and 1)ally homes Saturday. Mrs. C. L. Pemberton and two sons, Robert and John, were in Spokane Friday of last week, Mrs. Fred Lick. who has been via- (tins at Spokane and Davenport, re- ,ant,condition. turned home Sun(lay. W'illiam Peathcrson of Hehner was Mrs. D, Harshman returned Men- ia Pah)use Wednesday. His son Many people give Say. ings Accounts as Chrst- mas presents. Why not save your worries by opening an ac- count with one of these little banks, and thus solve the Christmas Pres. ent Problem The Farmers National Bank: PALOUSE WASHINGTON " ~':~ i II . _ iiiiiii Poultry Supplies Now that feed is downto a pre-war price it will pay to raise more chicks. In order that we can sell MORE fe~"~o that you can raise MORE chicks, so you can sell MORE eggs to buy MORE feed, we are putting in a line of Incubators POULTRY FEEDERS AND WATER FOUNTAINS The Incubators here now, Feeders and Fountains here in a few days. : , A FULL LINE 0F POULTRY AND MILL FEED ALWAYS 0N HAND OLYMPIC AND DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WE DELIVER. IF NOT RIGHT SEND IT BACK. A.J. Webster Company {)rain, Feed, Flour. PhLOUSE POTLATCH William, Jr., who has been visitingt wth his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. i / Mrs. C. It. l,ebold, mother of Charles and Harve Lebold. returned to Seattle Tuesday. She has I)een "is- iting for some time with her sons in this city. ttarve Lebold accompan- ied her to Spokane. :The board of directors of the Pa- louse schools has called a speeial l meeting o[-the electors of district N-. {t 9, to be h'eld on Saturday, December 17: A notice of this meeting appears elsewhere on this page, { tl~ B. Radcliff, a contractor whol tla~ been here for several summers, but going to California to spend the winter, has returned to Palouse with hL~ wife and will remain here for stHne (line. lit their home in Fisher's oddities. Mrs, \V. G. lIasch went lo (",olfax Monday t) see her (l'lughter Mrs p~.l mar St:fflebaek, who has been receie-I ing trea:tn)ent at the Itos;l)ital Ill ('I'll fax. She reports Mrs. Staffieback asI[ heing.better and able to return to h'~r~ I~o|ne at St..lohn. ! ~" AMONG THE CHURCHES * Christian Church. IHI)le sehnol at 10, eomnmnion and offering at 11, Chris(tan Endeavor at G:g0, song service at 7:g0. Methodist Church. Sunday school at 10 a, m, Preaen- lng al 11 and 7:at). Holy Trinity Church. Sunday school at 10. Morning ser- vices at 11. Evening services at 5. Catholic Church. Services on the second Sunday ot each n)onth at 12 o'clock. Lutheran Church. services I~VH1 be hold Sunday, l)e- cemh~.r .11. at 9:30 a:m, '" R. J: JANKE, Pastor, Car Beet Pull) just arrived. The} best milk-feed. A. J. Webster Co. , r~ r ' FOR SAL~1-~Twenty volumes Young l~olks , Library; ; selections from choic0st ll,tei'atufe of all lands. Was $39, now $25~ Write Box 337 for in- formation. """ 40-2 OUR $15.00 a thousand 2xd's and $12.00 a thousand Rustic are good buys for repairs and outbuildings. Potlatch Lumber Co, 40-tf g;ANTEi):2--T; rent farm neax Pot: latch or Princeton of 40 to 120 acres. Would pay cash for personal property. Address Drawer 188, Pa, louse, Wash. 40-tf {V:~-N~'-ED-~-T0 buy a fresh cow, j. (l. Andrew. Phone 139-L. 40-tf FOR SALE---Ten horsepower steam engine and boiler; upright. In- quire at Republic office. W. B. NicoL Palouse, Wash. 39-4 Y'OR SALE~Heatlng stove alines new; will sell cheap. J. A. Miller. FOR SALErno. 6 Malotte cream sepa, rator; almost new. W. James Palouse, Wash. 34-tf FOR SALE--Toulouse Geese. Ara]~ Boone. Phone 22-F-3 33-tl WASTE no tears upon lost years, but turn a leaf and smile'and econo- mize and get back to pre-war basis and use local wheat flour at $i,50 per sack, $~.g0 per barrel at mill. Pa- louse Milling Co. 21-tf We have installed new screens in our seed cleaning separator and we are in position to do a better Job of cleaning than ever. PAIl)USE MILLING CO. By N. B. Hunsperger. NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING OF CITY 01~ PALOUSE SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 9, WHIT. MAN COUNTY, STATE OF WASH- INGTON. Notice is hereby given tirol a spe- cial meeting of the electors of City of Palouse School District No. 9, Whit- man County, State of Washington, has been called by the Boarll of School Directors of said district, to be held in the South Side school house of said district in the City of Palouse, Washington, on the 17th day of December, 1921, beginning ~tt the hour of 2 p. m. of said day, for the purpose of determining whether or not the said district shall sell Lot 1!, in Block 1, of Beach's Second Ad- dition to Palouse, Washington, in consideration for the title to the property now occupied by said school district and lying adjacent to the present School site on the East, Dated this 6th day of December 1921. By order of the Board of Directors WALTER FARNHAM, 39 'Clerk of Said District, Car Beet Pulp just arrived. The best milk feed. A. J. Webster Co. I II IIim,i I III I II I I II I II POWERS ANNOUNCE PACIFIC AGREEMENT Anglo-Japanese Treaty to Be Scrapped on Ratification of New PaO. Washingtou, D. C.--A nex~ quad- ruple agreement to preserve pe;x(.e in the Pacific was alINOUlICC(J b) th() United States. Great Brit'-,in, .lap~ and France. As a consideration of the interna- tional realignment, Great Britain and Japan agreed to consign to the ~c:ap heap the Anglo-Japanese alliance:, long viewed with apprehension in 1)mh America and Asia. t'rovisions of the agreement, which Is in the form of a ten-~ear tre31y, are (.onfined to the "region of the Pat.(fie ocean." "iile four powers are t() re spect each other's islnnd pcss s.~ions and to sleet ill consultation i[ a dis- pute arises or if the rigl~ts ()f any of the four are threateaed by any other power. '['ho announeelnent was folh)wed by exl)r~ salons of approval lay the I)leni- potm~tiaries of Great Britain. Prance, l,lapan. Italy. China, Belgium, the Netherlands and Portugal, To I)e binding on the United States, tile treaty must be. ralificM by the senate. Under the terms of the treaty, the four pox~ers agree: 1. To respect each other's insular possessions in the Pacific and to .~ul)- mit diH~utcs that may arise to corn- inert conf(!rellce for adjttstn)eat arid (.onsideration. 2. If the rights of either of the signatory powers are threatened hy auother power, the signers Qf the treaty will confer together for the purpose of taring action, either sep- arately or jointly. 2. The treaty shall remain in force for 10 years, subject to the right of any one of the 1lowers to terminate it upon ()lle year's notice. 4. Upon ratification of the treaty by tl~e constitutional agencies of each country, the Anglo-Japanese alliance, which is so obnoxiou,~ to A.merica, shall be tern)inated. PROPER CARE OF THE DOG Household Pet, Particularly if It Is Kept Indoors, Must Be Given Regular Attention. To keep a dog healthy be *are to attend regularly to its tolh,t. .Many owners wash their (Jogs in the summer, hut negleel to do so in the winter. This is a mistake. While in the summer months the dog will appreciate a wash once a week, during the winter once monthly shmfld be the order, says an exchange. The length of time between each wash will depend upon the life the dog leads and the amount of grooming It receives. All animals should he Your Hon,e Merchants Are ready to fill your every Christma, Gift either in merchandis:e or service. Your patronage of them makes better schools, larger churches, better roads and a larger, fuller community social life ~or us all. Be an H. B.--home booster--and give our local stores the opportunity of serving you at this happy, helpful season. Security State. Bank PALOUSE, WA..HINGTON Holiday Greeting Cards Select Them Now "A greeting card on Christmas Day Will cheer a friend who's far away And make a Christmas merry." ---Kipling. Palouse Pharmacy regularly brushed down. call for a more frequent toilet than outdoor ones ; the former may he washed once a month and the latter every five or six weekS. The indoor dog, too, should he groomed more frequently than the outdoor one. Washing tends to soften the hah's, so that wire-haired dogs intended for ex- hibition :)re constantly groomed rather titan frequently washed, To wash a dog successfully first see that the soap Is rubbed well in and then that It Ig propely rinsed out. Guard against chills after the bath. and never let the dog retire to Its kennel until the coat ts thor- tmglfly dry. If the weather is In- clement wash and dry the do~- In front of the ill'e, but not too near. In drying use several towels and finish with a good brush-down. If the coat dries slowly wrap the dog in a thick blanket and leave the animal near th~ Ore. Talping Rebellion 1850-1865. What LS known in history as the 'l~alplng rebellion was an Insurrection of a section of O~e Chinese which orig- inated in 1850 and was not suppressed qatil 1865. The rebels were under the leadership of a man who declared that he was divinely comm|ssioned by heaven to establish a universal peace, though his real object was to over- throw the Manchurian dynasty at Pe- king. Thts rebel chief, the Detroit News recalls, was named Hung Sluts- nan. wbo began life as a village scheolm~[ster. Branching out, he styled himself "the heavenly king" and his dynasty "Taiplng" or "Great Peace." For a time the insurrection was one of formidable dimensions, but the reb- els were finally defeated, largely through the assistance of British troops, led by Gen. Charles G. Gordon (1833-1885). thereafter popularly known as "Chine~a" Oordon. Judgeship Increase Measure Paa~ed. Washington, D. C.~The house acted to remedy the congestion on court dockets over the country when it passed, 197 to 90, the Walsh, blll cre- ating 22 additional dlstrlet Judgeships. New York state gets three new judges; Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Missouri and California two each and Texas, Plorida, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Minnesota, Oklaho- ma, Montana and Arizona. on~ each. Indoor dogs ................................................ Fairbanks-Morse Electric Plant and CALORIC HEATERS On a Year's Tir;,,c Palouse Hardware and Implement Co. i i; PALOUSE, WASHINGTON i ,~ 'i 2:2 D. A. DALLY ',,,, . -. " 0 a h: General Blacksmithing, HorSe o,, shoeing and Woodwork.,,, " Atq I have purchased the Blacksmith Shop of C. N. Bra~O,~tvtllL's: Cl do all kinds of Blacksmith Work, Car Repairing, A0etylene ~'~i~ a~:1 ing'and Wood Work. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED