Pomeroy Washington Downtown National Historic District
News from the
March 12, 1921
Walter Lingenfelder, one-time superintendent of the Pomeroy schools, died in New York March 1, following an attempt to commit suicide. After leaving Pomeroy Mr. Lingenfelder edited for a time the Walla Walla Statesman, and then went to New York to join a former business associate, W. C. Goddard, in the wholesale drug business. At the time of his death he was practising law. A wife survives him.
W. T. Mitchell reports the snowfall at his place on Abie's ridge 7 feet 2 inches for the winter, just two inches less than the snowfall of last winter. He says Chinooks were frequent in the mountain district and that 34 inches was the greatest depth of snow on the ground at any one time.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis on March, 3.
Durgan's Dairy, phone 45Y. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stentz have been visiting at Clarkston.
See the Cash Market before selling your poultry. Phone 174. 4-2t
Mrs. Matt Shaw has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Whitehead, at Starbuck.
We will pay cash for your lard bucket. Cash Market. 4jtf.
Robert Browning has moved his family to Starbuck, his place on the Pomeroy train having gone, by right of priority in service, to Mr. Couch.
Prices reduced. Ten per cent reduction made on all farm machinery except wagons and cutting machinery. E. M. Rauch Implement Co. 53-4
Mrs. J. C. Kincaid after a visit of several weeks in Pomeroy, left on Friday of last week for her home at Winnipeg.
Seeds: Garden seeds, grass seeds, field seeds. New stock. Your order filled at catalog price. Shawen's Feed Store. tf
Miss Belva Ball after undergoing an operation at Colfax, was able to return home on Thursday of last week and go out to the farm.
Durgan's Dairy. Phone 43Y. 47-t
And other persons interested in stock. The brand book of the brands of the stock grazed on the National Forest is ready for distribution.
For information call Wm. Brockman, Sec. Phone 9F31. 3-4t
Buttons, Pleating, Dying and Dry cleaning. Walla Walla, Wash., 11 First St. Mail orders given prompt attention. 46-tf EDITH M. COLE
The Pythian Sisters on next Monday night will initiate a class including the names of Mrs. H. S. Barlow, Mrs. Henry Krouse, Mrs. C. W. Simenson and Mrs. E. C. Ruchert.
The Pythian lodges are making preparations to entertain a large number of visitors at the district convention, which will be held in Pomeroy, March 31. The district comprises the towns of Pomeroy, Dayton, Waitsburg, Dixie, Prescott and Walla Walla.
Miss Margaret Graham left on Friday of last week for Spirit Lake, Idaho.
After visiting her husband here, Mrs. M. L. Root left Monday for their home in northern Idaho.
The mother of H. H. Kresse arrived Saturday from Sunnyside for a visit to her son and his family.
I want another car of fat hogs. L. W. Smawley. 4-1
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Scneckloth, who spent the winter at Pasadena, California, left for home on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Patterson are also on their way home.
How about a nice Baby Beef Roast for Sunday dinner. You can get it at the Cash Market. Phone 174. 51-tf
Mrs. Stanley Dixon, who has been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Green, in Sunnyside taking medical treatment, is still under a doctor's care. Two months ago she suffered a dislocation of the vertebra.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Teel are returning to Garfield county with Mr. and Mrs. William Patterson, and expect to arrive here about the first of April. Mrs. Teel and Mrs. Patterson are sisters of the Ruchert brothers.
I have a few sax left. These spuds were grown on new ground, are free from disease. Will keep longer and less waste than any other potato. Phone me or call Union Garage, before they are all gone. 5-2t J. O. Long.
All chickens will be required to be kept in pens or yards after March 15. FRANK McBREARTY, City Marshal.
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