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Palouse, Washington
December 23, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December 23, 1921

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/ i i n| ! I i i Store will be closed all day MONDAY, December 20 Two More Days makes extra effort to help evtx ol~e in i, ml i i , ,i ,, iwa ch 0ur Prices U2:)=Tgr:7:L w' ................ Just two more days in which to shop for Christmas. They will be busy, bustling, streuous days---but days that have a goal; to make some one else happy at Christmas time. And because this store instills 'cite true spirit of Christmas---an appreciation of the real me:~ning of the day--it every way. This store wants to give the best possible Christmas service. Specia!l Christmas ~f~ ?. ~.~ ~ n S Neckties 6alore ately attract your attention. 01N A L L L A D I Ig ~S' ~oz ~SSORTMZ~TS ~T ~" Furs, Waists, E, louses, Bathrobes, Gowns, Envelopes, Camisoles and Lingerie. 50c, 75c, 85c, $1 One-Fifth off Regular Price I II I . I IIII .... ON ALL Blankets, Urnberellas, Scarfs, Boys'~Smts," Boys' Mackinaws, Bags and Suit Cases. HANDI$ERCHIEF5 The, e is no better gift than pretty ;~'n',ikezchiefs, and what woma~ :sn't love them. We are shGwing hundreds of them priced at. 5c to 1.50 Christmt~s Grocers, Specials Poinsett.a Flour .................................. $1.70 Buik See(ties~ Raisins, pet' lb .... 20 Bulk Figs, Biaek or White, 2 ]bs ........ 35 Oranges, 3 sizes, per doz., 30e, 45e and .70 Tender Sweet Corn, pea can .........15 aulietta Tomatoes, per can ............... 15 Albers Flapjack Flout', per package .... 29 USEFUL GIFT SUGGESTIONS Arm Bands in Christmas Boxes, priced at ............................ 15c to 75e Silk, Wool and Mercerized Hose, in all col- ors, priced._ ........................ 15c to 1.50 Children's Slippers, all sizes, priced__. $1.00 Scarf Pros and Tie Clasps, priced..25c to $1.25 Collar Boxes, priced ............. $1.95 to $3.00 :i :Belts and Buckles, priced ........ 65c to $2.50 ....... Albers Buckwheat Flour, per package. . .29 A SHIP T /it Fresh Celery, Lettuce, Sweet Potatoes, Grapes, Dates, Gragefruit and Nuts of Will Please Him ' all kinds for that Christmas dinner 0ur Shirts fit better than most e That .... shirts and are also particularly t * v!l Th e S t o r DUD LEY S of patterns priced from ~ " 1.25 to 3.95 Saves You Money i i iii n i i i THE HOIIOH?ICTURE REALM[~=~L~'~ ~o,,~,~ ~ For tile nexl two (,r three months mtr delivery will start at 3 instead of : Students and Faculty Join in Making 4 o'clock. A. J. \Vebster Company. To ~e Seen in "Virgin ParaAise." A village destroyed by a volcana. A beautiful girl mothered by wild animals. The most terrific fight ever staged. Wild life on a South Sea island. A strange burial on a floral raft. An attack by a tribe of savages, A fire dance by an island trl~e. The most wonderful lions in captivity, Thrills by Miss Pearl White. Won- derful tropical and ocean scenes, A thrilling automobile crash. A mar- velou~ fire at night. A drama with a comedy twist. Plenty of outdoor ac- tion. At the Bell Sunday and Monday. NarriNp~ That h Not a Marriage. When Is a marriage not a mar- riage? That's not exactly a nursery conundrum, but it's worth attest'ion. Far those interested enough to seek the answer, we would suggest a visit to the Bell theatre Wednesday and Thursday evenings next, when Harold Ooodwln Is to open in the Fox pic- ture~ "Hearts of Youth," founded on the novel "Ishmael," written by the noted American novelist, Mrs. D. E. N. Southworth. Ev~ Novak Coming. In "Society Secrets," the photo- drama announced for next Friday and Saturday at the Bell theatre, Eva: Novak, the charming star, appears a~: fashionable New York girl who starts out to investigate the parents of her fiance and to discover whether they can be properly Introduced Into exclusive social circles. She finds them simple country folks, but dis- covers a way to make them entirely acceptable to her own set. Little Girls Are Blighted. In publishing the scholarship hon- or roll In the issue of December 9 of The Republic the name of Be~;ie Tid- well of the first grade was omitted, 1'he little girl belongs :n th~ first rank on the honor roll. Miss Shirley Eaton of the same room received honorable mention. No More Savinp Stamps. The sale of War Savings and Thrift stamps'will cease the first o~ the year. Any one having unfilled cards will do well to complete them by January I. Jollification. Potlatch, I)ecember 21, --The st u- i NOTICE i dents of the Potlatch high seho;)l; We have secured grmlnd for a l held a party in the hall Friday even-~ wood yard and are ready to deliver 1 wood anywhere. Palouse Transfer. ing. There were about 85 present, including the students and the high school faculty. The hail was beautifully decorated with Christmas trees and the high school colors, blue and white. The program consisted of a stunt put ,m by the class, with musical numbers given by some of the students preced- ing each stunt.. The stunts were the main attraction of the evening" and were the cause of much merriment. After the program everybody took part in the games. The faculty joined in on everything and had a good time. Paper caps in class colors were given to the students, tSgother with confetti. Delicious refreshments were serv- ed by the freshmen boys. Then fob lowed a procession to the "grab bag,'" where everyone received a present. The party as a whole was very suc- cessful. LOOK OUT FOR SKIN SPOTS. Profelsor Heald Tdls Spokane Cham-ber of Commerce of Disease. Skin spots is a new disease eml- grant that potato growers must look out for, says Professor F. D. Heald of the State college, who addressed the northwest potato conference at the chamber of commerce in Spokane last Friday. "This is a storage trouble duo to a fungus which produces brown or dark slightly raised or sunken spots in- volving the skin and a small amount of the underlying tissue," said Dr. Heald.."The trouble has been found on potatoes imported from Euro,)o and known to occur in Canada. Sev- eral carload lots shipped from British Coh|mbla to Spokane were heavily in- fected. Some of the most severely af- fected stock was planted in our dis- ease garden at the experiment sta- tion, but the trouble did not reappear in the crop during its storage period. "This does not prove the non-Fern- attic character of the fungus, but points rather to the dependence of the disease ~upon certain soil or cli- matic factors for its continuance. It is probable that the skin spots will prove to be a trouble of only minor importance." To All A Merry Christma~ and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. The "Foot Fitter" lheo. N. Luesin0 Shields Block j ii i iii i j.F. PAPINEAU AUCTI0~ER My past sales are my best refer-l ence. Farm and Pedigreed Stock Sales a Specialty. Prices right and sat isfaction guaranteed, i Call Phone Farmers 9Iixl or Maln 45. R. F. D. 5, Moscow, Idaho. i Also breeder of Shorthorn Cattle and C. W. Hogs. Dates can be made~ at G. D, Klncaid's office. * I Iz' ~/:,