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mm Lloyd Rush and daughter. Prances, spent Thursday afternoon Lb Mrs- Nat Bryant. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Eaton spent Snuirday at the circus at Moscow a „d Sunday with Mrs. Eaton's par te, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, returning J! auto Sunday evening. Miss .Ma le Wood, sister of Mrs. Eaton, ac companied them home and will spend •he week visiting. Mrs. H. Gillespie of Spring flat underwent a very serious operation , Rose Park hospital Monday. ' Messrs. Theo Koster of Genesee, Idaho, ami Albert Johnson of Sterl ing, 111., spent Sunday at the Max Hinrichs home. Miss Ann Mulligan has been en gaged again to teach the fall term of school at the Bryant school house. Mrs. May Erwin, who has been making her home at the Nat Bryant home, will assist Mrs. Max Hinrichs with her house work this summer. Mrs. Max Hinrichs spent Tuesday with Mrs. Will Bailey. Jess Paullus returned Wednesday from Cambridge, Idaho. He came through on horseback and was de layed some by the snow. Mr. Oscar Gilbert returned home by auto Monday from the Cambridge country, where he purchased two farms. He is well pleased with that country. . Mr. Sherman Brannon Buffered quite a loss the last of the week. A fine sow gave birth to nine nice pigs on Friday. On Sunday he went to see her and found her dead and all the.pigs missing. She was terribly mutilated and showed signs of a struggle. It is supposed to be the work of coyotes. Mr. and Mrs. XV. A. Lybecker and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. I.yhecker. Mr. C. I). Marl has been on tin sick list with lumbago. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown, Air. anil .Mrs. licit Davis motored to Bo ville Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sage and family, ret inning Sun day. Mr. Frank Brannon underwent tin operation Monday at the Pullman hospital, for an abcess. At last ac count he was getting along nicety. Word has been received of the coming marriage of Miss May Bla lock, daughter ol' Dr. Blalock Jof Walla Walla, and Mr. Glen Butler Hite. manager of the Washington hotel at Portland, Ore., which will occur at Spokane Wednesday, June 24, at 4:00 p. in. The young people will leave at 5:00 p. in. for Portland, where they will reside. The best wishes of a host of friends attend them. Miss Blalock spent some time a few years ago visiting friends here and is well known in this neighbor hood, where she has a host or friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Whitten enter tained Mr. Whit ten's mother, Grandma Squires, his sister. Mrs. Ella Brock, and her son, Wesley, on Saturday and Sunday. The occasion was the thirty-fourth anniversary of Mr. Whitten's arrival in the Palouse country, also his fiftieth birthday. Grandma Squires will spend the week visiting her son and friends in this neighborhood. Miss Minnie Story came home Sat urday from Pullman, returning Mon day, -Mr. "ml Mrs. 11. W. Hodges. Misses Fanny and Florence Stein at tended children's day exercises at Onecho church Sunday. Mr. T. A. Howard has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. V. 1,. Higgins have been on the sick list with severe colds. Messrs. J. M. Klemgard, .1. S. Klemgard and Bert Hatley attended 'he sale at the Phil Cox farm Tues day and Wednesday. Mrs. C. D. Martin returned home fr «'" Portland Saturday. Mr. Jerd Johnson of Tacoma. cousin of Mrs. A . F. Carol hers, spent Thursday at the Carothers home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole and son, wight, went to Spokane Sunday on business. ■■■ax ■ - *** Mr. Sherman Brannon, Harold "rannon, Cecil Eaton, Pritchard , av 's and Mr. Getty spent Tuesday 10 Colfax on business. Misses Genevieve Bishop and Le "!"* Bauer came down from Colton Ue»day and will visit for a while gw their sister, Mrs. John Fulls. '"as Sadie Brooks of Colfax has Jen engaged to teach the fall term school at the Ewartsville school house. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brannon, *». Lncile, Vera, Inna and sod vS' went t0 Spokane Saturday to and MrS Hrannon'B parents, Mr. a Mrs. Thos. Duff/returning Bun- _ Misses Mildred and Mabel Hodges S Pr' day W,th ]vu and uo(le Brannon. hai u»8 Maude Harris of Washtucna J* been engaged to teach the fall ho ,m ot Bch°ol at the Ontario school Tom Brannon of Wall,, Walla ''"»»'. up to visit ills son. Frank, who is '" the Rose Park hospital, and spent from Wednesday until Thurs day with his brother, Sherman Bran non. Little .Miss Eva Gilbert enter tained 15 ol her little friends „ Sunday. 'Ihe. occasion was her sixth birthday, Those present were Opal I and Arlle McPherson, Cecil, Glenn and Blanchle Hateiy, llilnia and Ag nes Peterson, Esther 1.,,i5. Lola and ' George Paullus. Vlabrj llately. Ernie! Perkins. Ray and Marie Dunnell,! Lottie, Vinson and Eva Gilbert. Mr' and Mrs. ike R|g KB and two sons. Dewey and David, of Cheney are visiting with Mrs. M. k, Rucker, They are ou their way to Oregon In '' auto. Mr. Bert Stein ol Enterprise, Ore., arrived Tuesday and is visiting at the home of his sister. Mrs. li \y. Hodges. Word was received i.) Mrs \V. P. Paullus Tuesday ol the death , Mis. Wm. Prather at a Spokane hosp mi following an operation. Mrs. Prath er was formerly Miss Alice Ander son. daughter of ('has. Anderson, an old resident of this neighborhood! Mrs. XX. p. Paulina and Mrs. Emma - fl^. jKa^^l^ K"7"-.,J l^^jj^^^^^^^^^^- || e__UwL ."* * (v *..*"**" 3Y y '•wM'jWB / f"-^':i*i P'""--:*i 'A. VX "*E>£SMBWffl|ll|Wt|^^ , "tj ' * -a i| ** **-„-** jSw ffPft fe;7'3 I Why You Should Own a Maxwell I M Comfort First, because it is a comfortable riding car. Plenty of room for five I 1 J people; deep, soft cushions; springs made of the best spring steel, f I WB scientifically heat-treated, accurately suspended and balanced You rB f j will always be comfortable in a Maxwell I . j lj Appearance Second, because the Maxwell is a trim, smart, good-looking car. f 1 pj Many makers of heavy, high priced cars, as you know, have copied the X! | j general lines, the shape of the body and hood of the Maxwell This is II f I more of a compliment than an infringement. | I | ll Service Third, because the Maxwell, being a product of thirteen years evolution. \i j f I is so designed and manufactured that it gives unfailing, consistent and j I I j and satisfying service to thousands of owners. p] | I Maxwell cars are made of the best materials that money and brains can |; J pll buy— and they are made right* You can get out of any car only what f 1 * S. ' M. *S. "* is put into it If LoW Fourth, because you get everything in a Maxwell that you can get in [1 |f I F' . C 9* any car and you get it for less money. I J pi The answer to this is that the Maxwell is a light car and it is built in jll f enormous quantities. The Maxwell Co. is one of the three largest pro- p| | J ducers of high grade motor cars in the world. \A j fi I LoW Fifth, because the Maxwell will give you more miles per dollar than \ I ■ After-Coat any car built\ i f.. j We say this without hesitation or doubt. It is our honest belief and we I j |f| are willing to prove it by Maxwell owners, by comparison with any I j I j other car or by any other way you suggest or prefer. IB I v The Maxwell will please you. We know it will. Let us arrange for a dem- 1 M onstration and we 11 take the responsibility of satisfying you completely. Ej I Touring Car $655 Roadster $635 I V j .F. O. B. DETROIT | J I affill CHAS. 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' Unless you say "HORLIOICS" >s—*-- , r ••-• a ■Jj^ you may got a Substitute. W***W* Take a Package Home in M trip to Seattle, and from a visit at the hewn,, of Mr. Haines' daughter, Mrs. c. T. Holley, nee Leila Haines, of Cedar Falls. 5,000 to March in Grand Parade Patriotic Demonstration at Lewiston on JULY 4 Old Glory be Honored Arranged at feature for celebration of Independence Day at "The City of the Rivers" The program is to extend over a period of four days. Special rates on all railroads.