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Palouse, Washington
December 16, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December 16, 1921

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IT'S A SURE THING That Palouse is the cheapest, trading point in the whole Palouse. Everyone tells us so. Not only is the price lower, but quality as a rule is better. Now especially is this fact very important to the.people of this com- munity. PockeLb0oksare always strained at Christma time and if you do your shopping at Palouse you are not only sure of getting the most for your money, but are sure of having your Christmas fund go farther that, you had expected. Notice the Values We Are Offerin Christmas Shoppers Practical Gifts for Women That Are d~ure to Be Appreciated Bathrobes in many pretty designs, priced from " ~ .... = ......... 2.75 to 9.50 Blouses in georgette, crepe-de-chine and Voiles, priced ..................... 1.00 to 7,50 Handkerchiefs, plain and fancy, in pretty Christmas boxes, priced ............ 5c to 1.50 Umberellas in a variety of shades and handles, priced ................... 2.25 to 8.50 Crib Blankets in cotton, wool, and Navijo priced ............................ 1.25 to 3.75 Beads in the new style strands 35c to 2.25 Gowns in crepe-de-chine, crepe and silks, priced ......... _: .................. 1.95 to 9, 50 Hosiery in wool. silk and fine cottons, very best quality, priced ................ 15c to 3.25 Ladies' Shoes, Choice. $5.95 Inventory ahead! Too many shoes: Price makes them move. For one week only we will allow you your choice of any ladies' high shoes in stock, including browns, blacks, grays and other colors at, the pair, $5:75. No job lots, but regular stock, for- mer values to $14.00 = Men's Wome ns' Child re n' s Slippers for Gifts Slippers are among the most useful gifts, are always appreciated and give lasting pleas- ure. We are showing a great variety of colors and styles, priced from $1.35 to $3.25. CASH GROCERY SPECIALS California Walnuts, No. 1 Soft Shell, Per Pound .................................... $ .35 Delicious Apples, Per Box .............. 1.40 Cranberries, Eastern. Per Poflnd ...... Pineapple, Sliced, No. 2 1-2Can ..... Pressed ~igs, Three 5 1-2 oz. Packages Imperial Marshmellow Creme ............ Church's Grape Juice, Church's Grape Juice, -, .25 .33 .25 .28 Per Quart ........ 60 Per Pint ........ 35 The Store That DUDLEY'S Saves You Money ........ , i n .... = ~. ..... ....... The DaintyGift--Lingerie Silk undergarments are at once durable and beautiful--and quite appropriate as gifts. They are quite new just arrived on a Christmas special and are just the dainty gifts women appreciate. Go~'ns, Envelopes, Camisoles, Matinee and bloom- ers in many colors and fabrics. Priced i'a accord with the break in the market. Useful Gifts for Men That Are d/ure to Please Gloves in fine capes, silk lined, gray and brown, priced at ................. '_ ........ $3.45 Handkerchiefs in a great variety of colors, cotton, pure linen or silks, priced 5c to $1.25 Neckties, Hundreds of Styles and colors in knits and silks, priced ........ 35c to $2.00 Arm band, Suspender and Garter sets in ; Christmas boxes, priced ........ 35c to $2.50 Belts in various colors and many style buckles, priced ............... 50c to $3.50 Hosiery, in silks, fine cotton and wools in a variety of colors, priced ........ 15c to Coat Hangers, Collar Boxes, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Tie Clasps, Mackinaws' Leather Vests, Boys' Suits, Hats and Caps all make ideal Christmas gifts, and are very low price. MOIION!PIGTUfiE REALM ,,,,d] 1tiE saturday, Decemher 23and 24. The[ ECONOMICAL BEEF IN SOUTH DISAPPEARS IN THE EARTH story was wri~en for Miss Walton by[ Mixture of Silage, Dry Velvet Beans Mystery of "Vaniuhing River" in John Coltoa and produced at Univ~tr-[ and Cottonseed Meal Is Most Mexioo Has'Long Been s Puzzle Tom Mix hi a Thriller. =at City under the direction of Rollin} Satisfactory. Toni Mix is coming to the Bell the- Sturgeon. [ to Scientists.~ ater next Sunday in "After Your Own The United States Department o One Of the most .remarkable rivers Heart," and William Wallace Cook, Agriculture has conducted a steer-fat- In the (vorhl flows through the north- the w~ll-known author, has put into C~ C]~,F-~, toning experiment in Mississippi whieh ernpart Of Mexico. It borders the it some features never before attempt- The Christmas progr~,ut at the shows that velvet beans are well great -Mextcan desert aud toreach it eel in stories at cowboy life. era Ca- school house will be on December 22, adapted for use in making beef. Feed- one needtravel Only one day's Jour* row is Tom's leading woman in this ~md everybody is invited, ing mixtures of silage, dry velvet hey on horsebaek from the Rio picture and the love romance which The community is buying .a piaa~ beans and cotton seed were compared, Grands, widish marks the southern animates the hero is said to be deveI- ,or the school and society, with combinations of silage and dry boundary of tl~e United States in that velvet beans, and silag~ and .~)aked ].egiou. "File extraordim~ry river in ol~d tu an exceedingly original way. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hill ~vero inthe velvet beans. The mixlure of silo,so que.~lion Ires its source in the hills Clear Creek district last week. and sf)akd,(I ~'el~'o~ I)(~:||]S resuttod in bard-ring the desert. It flows south- "A Yirgm Paradise" at the BeLl. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth, Mr. and tile m()st economical ~lnd p|'ofilahte ward for .some twenty miles as smooth- "'A. Virgin Paradise," the sensa- Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Doulbert, m'~duetlon of beef. while lh(, mixtur ly a~ an3' well-behaved river, but, sud- tional and spectacular special which l~arl Hedge, Walter Beard, Mr. and of si|~ge, dry velvet b(=ans mid ('~*tt~m- ~on v, as il flows between high bluffs. made a tremendous impression while Mrs. Litzenberger, Miss L,awtoa and seed meal iq'ove(I tii~,t'e s:~i.