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December 23, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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. +-. +." .... ._. At this holiday ,season we like to think ()f our customers as our friends We like to feel that m a broad sense our customers :--:are-our :partners--that our success is but the reflection of theirs. ~::: : :~ 'iAfids66n this ChriStmas eve and NeW Year We extend to you our hearty good wishes with the sincere hope that you will have a merry Christmas an~t the coming year will bring to you ever before. the The greater prosperity and happiness than For the convenience of our customers open nights Thursday, Friday and Saturday. closed all day Monday, December 26. store store will be will be Yours sincerely, Williamson's Department Store Your Store and Ours Palouse, Washington ,.,~.~..,~D,,.,,. ~ been called to Potlatch on account of' evening was a grab bag at which i [ POTLATCH ] the i'lne~s f her sister' Miss Veruaieach guest received a dainty gift ;Watser.The members of the O. C. club, I [ BREVlTIES l Mrs.\V. A. Hitchcockissubstitut-lwlth their husbands, ~were enter- ing in the second grade during the talned at a banquet at the home of ~,o~,~,,~,~,,,,,,,--,,~--,,,~o;o illness of Miss Verna Walser. Mrs. J. L. Blair on Saturday night, i M~s. George A. Rogge returned The basketball team of the Wash-This affair was the club's annual ington State college met the team of Christmas party and there were gifts ! were visitors in Moscow the last ell i the week. ] Dr. Thompson was called from Pot- latch Monday to see little Howard Sexton, who is quite ill. " Joseph Parker and Ray Johnson were visitors in Palouse Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Blaylock of Moscow Monday from Helena, where she was called by the death of a brother. Miss Maggie Bottjer of Genesee came up from there on Thursday r.o attdnd the Christmas party of the B. B. club. Miss Maurine Watts, who has been training at the Sacred Heart hospital at LMwtaton, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Watts+ MI~ Nolle Danlels. who has been employed in the stenographic depar'~- ment of the main office of the Pot- latch Lumber company, resigned last w~k and left Monday for Spokane to accept a similar position in the office of Stanley Brown. Miss Grace Woods was hostess to the B. B. B. club at their Christmas party Thursday evening. The house very attractive in the Christmas colors and a delicious lunch was served, after which each guest re- eclyed a dainty gift from the grab bag. The favors were dainty hand- made handkerchiefs. Ever since the club was organized it has been the custom to do something for the Chil- dren's Home Finding and Aid Socie- ty of Idaho and this year about 25 books were packed for the orphans, besides a Christmas treat for every ~[ittle one at the home. The guests departed about midnight, declaring that this was one of the most delight- ful of its annual affairs. Chang Hsuey Pin, a native of Chi- -ha, spent a few days in town the past week. Some of the benevolent citi- zens of Potlatch have contributed far a number of years to the education of th/s young man in a mission school in China, and immediately upon l~is arrival in the United States he came to pay his respects to his benefactors. Two years ago he entered the Univer- sity of Pekin for the study of medi- cine. He is preparing himself for-a medical mhts~ionary in his own coun- try and expects to enter "one of the first-class universities of the United States, W. D. Humiston spent the past week in Portland in attendance at the white pine blister rust confer- once as a representative of Idaho. Considerable of this whtte pine Blis- ter rust has been found in British Columbia and some in the state of Washington, and the federal govern- ment forest service, the states and private owners of timber are cooper- ating in an effort to combat it. Most of the Potlatch teachers will spend Christmas out of town. Mis~ Hazel Marshall goes to her home ~t Coe~lr d'Alene, Miss Bar)" McKenna to Spokane, Miss Elizabeth Barter to Wycliffe, B, C., Miss Viola MeCartor to Moscow, Miss Frances Mullaly to Geneses, Miss Dottle Murray to Wal- lace. MiSs Verna Walser had planned I to go to her home at Fairfield, hut at.l the present time is quite ill at the teachers' dormintory and must im- prove a great deal before she can go out of town. Mrs. Slnol of Worley, Idaho, has the Potlatch Amateur Athletic club on Friday and ~Saturday evenings, the score being 60 to 25 on Friday evening and 39 to 10 on Saturday evening, both gam'es being won by the visitors. The home team put up a good game, but were outclassed by the college boys, who carried away the honors on both evenings. \Ve are glad to report that the two cases of diphtheria reported last week have entirely recovered and no more new cases have develope~l, thanks to the rigid quarantine which was enforced. On Saturday evening the Potlatch Mercantile compan~ had its annual Santa Claus day. From early in the morning till well after noon there was a continual stream of automo- biles and rigs pouring into town. The fathers and mothers, uncles and aunts and all the children were here and during the day Christmas pack- ages were given to something over 1500 youngsters. On Monday night all millwrights and other workers at the Potlatch mill were tv:ken~ off and there will be no work until things warm up con- siderably. Mrs. O. H. Leuschel is in Spokane and will be joined by her husband In time for the family Christmas dinner at the H. A. Gehrkehome. Mr. and Mrs; A. J. Walsh will spend Christmas at Spokane. A. L. Maxwell, county commission- er of Whitman county and father of W. L. Maxwell, auditor of the Pot- latch. Lumber company, will spend Christmas at the home of his son here. Potlatch is to have a community Christmas tree again this year. The e~xpenses are to be divided by the American Legion, the B. P. O. E., the Masons, the Potlatch A( A, C., Scan- dinavian lodge, the Odd Fellows and the Four-'L's. The ladies of the Eastern Star, Royal Neighbors and Rebekahs will assist. The tree is al- ready up on the club house lawn. There wall be community singing in charge of Miss Hannah B. Tillman, supervisor of music of the Potlatch schools, and Santa Claus will be there with bells on and a treat for every child and som~. that have ceased to be children. The festivities will begin at 5 o'clock Saturday after- noon. Howard Pelan, who is attending the University of Idaho. will arrive in Potlatch Friday to spend ~the holt- days vcith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. pelan. A. L. Morgan, an attorney of Mos- cow, was in town MondaY,. Mrs. W. D. Humiston entertained her bridge club on Monday night at their Christmas party. Every fourth nteetlng a prize is awarded to the member holding the highest score for the past three meetings, and at th.~s meeting the first prize went to Mrs. Humiston and the foot prize to Mrs. Donald H. Yates. A feature., of the for all and a most enjoyable-time. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE ]T~VMID. Harvard Grange held their annual election of officers at a big meeting held Friday evening. The following were elected for the ensuing year Master. William Lawless; overseer, Matt Schott;- lecturer, Mrs. Adah Baird; steward, Carl Lancaster; as- sistant steward. Walter Hornby; chaplain. Mrs. Cora Smith; treasurer, A. F. Hamburg; secretary, J, E. John- son; gatekeeper, James Genaton; Ceres, Esther Hornby; Pomona, Lots Bay; Flora. Edith Gray; lady assist- ant steward, Mrs. Blanche Sexton; purchasing agent, E. M. Lovell. Mrs. Augusta Kegley of Kennedy Ford visited last week at the home of her daughter. Mrs. R. J. Gilder. The Harvard Ladies' Aid gave shower in honor of Miss Freda Queener at the home of Mrs. F. S. Smith Thursday afternoon. A large crowd was present and a pleasant time spent. Miss Queener was the re- cip'ient of many useful and beautiful articles. Miss Martha Leeter left Friday for her home at Frazer. Idaho, where she will spend the holiday vacation. Work on the highway west of Har- vard has been suspended owing to the freezing weather, making fur- ther work impractical. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cochrane are visiting with Mrs. Blaylock's brother, Lisle Gray, on Big Creek. P. C. David was a visitor in Bovlll the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cochrane and daughters, Ulah and Zerma, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Parker, Mrs. J. J. John- son, Mrs. O. C. Butterflled. E. L. Nel- son, Vere and York Cochrane and J. E. Johnson attended the funeral of C. L. Cleveland, pioneer Palouse bar- ber at Palouse. Wednesday. CLEAR CREEK. A farewell supper was given last Friday evening at the home of Schmick and Klaweno for Mr. and Mrs. Litenberger, who left Saturday for Endicott. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Doulbert, Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. M~ckling, Walter Beard. Jack Ballard. Mr. Swanson, (Continued on Page Five) ltate of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, Ira. Frank J. Cheney m&kes oath that he is senior 1)artner of the firm of F. J, Cheney & Co.. doing business In the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886. A. W, GLEASON, (Seal) " Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is 7a~eu in- ternally and acts through the Blood ol, the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sen*, for testimonials0 free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 8old by all druggists, 75e. Hall's Family Pills for eonlUpatlon. Our idea of mean men are those who buy outside Flour while they are li~ng and expect home folks to put flowers on thei~ graves when they die, and by advertising we find there are not so many me,in men after all. Use Home Manufactured Goods Bluestem Patent Flour Sunbeam-Brand Local Marquis Cream of the and +Club Flour Palouse Brand MANUFACTURED BY Palouse Milling Co. N. B. HUNSPERGER, Manager. Palouse Washington HOLIDAY SALES The Following is a List of A ances Which Will Be Sold in Groups With THE "OHIO" Careet Sweeper During the Christmas Holidays a Very Low Price I--No. 4 Ohio Sweeper ........... 452 1--Universal Grill ............... l~Westinghouse Toast, r .......... 1--No, 4 Ohio Sweeper ............ 1--Universal Curling Iron ......... 1--Universal Toaster .............. 1--Universal No. E-9436 Persolator I--No, 4 Ohio Sweeper ............ 1--Electric Semi-Indirect White Bowl Fixture ................. 1--No. E-9676 Universal Percolator 1--No. 4 Ohio Sweeper ............ 1--No, 315 Portable Lamp ........ I--No. 6 Westinghouse Electric Iron 1--No. 4 Ohio Sweeper ............ 1--No.E-9901 Universal Cuffing Iron 1--1-quart American Water Heater. 45 43.1 43, 1--No. 4 Ohio Sweeper ............ 1--Hamilton Beach So-E-Z Motor.. 45 Washington Water. Company Phone 120. Palouse, AuctioneerinK IF YOU ARE GOING TO HOLD A SALE THIS FALL S~ J. J. LYNCH PALOUSE'S PIONEER AUCTIONEER MR. LYNCH HAS A .RECORD OF SUCCESSFUL WORK A~ AUCTIONEER EXTENDING OVER A LONG PERIOD OF For Dates and Terms Call 9F23, or Address J. $. Lynch,