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The Palouse Farmer
ITS the DOLLAR'S first move, and a "Bumper
Corp" will move later.
MR. Farmer, do you want »one of those "DOL
LARS" to work for you?
WE have a fine large "crew" of DOLLARS,
which have re»ted up all winter, and are now
anxious to leave their winter quarter* to get
out and assist you in preparing your fertile
fields for the bounteous harvest of 1909.
OLD friends and new friends are cordially in
vited to come to us with their financial pro
blems, and we will be pleased to aid in their
solution in the most liberal manner warranted
We are in the Market
for Good Loans :
" Home of the Palouse Dollar "
Grand Street, ..... Pullman, Washington
A list of the things ire have to sell,
to remind you of what you must get for Spring repairing:
Lumber Posts Flour Kalsomine
Shingles Wood Feed Seed
Lath Cement Grain Chicken Feed
ROCK SPRINGS NUT COAL
—the best kitchen summer fuel
ACME QUALITY PAINT -,„.„.„>
—inside and outside work in all size cans
Windows Stock Food Glass and Putty
Doors Linseed Oil Lime*
College Book Store
p. p. amMi ill SgiLq?
Embalming Piano Moving a Specialty
Lady Assistant " Only Piano Truck iv City
Only Pia'io lruck in City
FINE FUNERAL FURNISHINGS -—
Located at Waters' Furniture Pil°ne Bla°k 4 6 ' and y °Uf Wa"tS
Store ill hi attended to at once
Telephones, night or day, Red 52 _ '
L- . — 7—l Frank Burnett
Herald Ads. get Results
If your business is not represented in
these columns you are the loser & &
We want all the news! If we overlook
you please send it in. Phone Red 291
Indians Won 14 to 4.
Coach Sanger, Manager Lund
and ten of the State College base
ball colts left via the Northern
Pacific Wednesday evening for
Lewiston, where they played the
Spokane Indians on Thursday.
Manager Lund had originally
i scheduled two games to be play
ed at Lewiston with Bob Brown's
men, but one of them has been
cancelled, thus necessitating the
cutting down of the players to
The men who were chosen to
take the trip are: Grover Her
rington and Grover Graham,
catchers; John Foran and
Switzer, pitchers; "Bunk"
Barnes, first base; Heinie Rog
ers, second base; Captain Lyle
Buck, short stop; Frank Brown,
third base; Cecil Cave, left field;
Frank Skeels, center field. One
of the extra pitchers or catchers
will be used in the right garden
in this game.
A sum of nearly $100 has ac
crued from the sales of the "Ap
ple Cook Book" which was com
piled by the faculty and students
of the Domestic Science Depart
ment, and put on sale for the
first time at the National Apple
Show, which was held in Spo
kane last fall. The money has
been spent for oak wood which
will be used by the students of
the manual training classes in
making furniture for the sitting
room of the domestic science
building. The furniture which
will be made by the students in
cludes a large settee, a library
table, rocking chairs, a dining
table, a sideboard, 2hairs and
bookcases. This furniture will
be exhibited at the A. Y. P. ex
position, and later will be placed
in the receiving rooms.
The executives of the State
Experiment Station are planning
to run several "iarm demon
stration trains" in western
Washington during the coming
season. Professor R. W. Thatch
er, director of the station, will
have a conference with Mr. M.
J. Costello, assistant traffic man
ager of the Great Northern
lines, this week. Requests for
such demonstrations are coming
in from west side counties in
great number, and with force.
The staff hopes to be able to run
the first trains over the Great
Northern and Northern Pacific
As we have sold out our business to
the Standard Lumber Co. we must ask
all those indebted to us to call at once
on H. D.McYane and make settlement
of their accounts. Springston Lumber
Mrs. Jackson, piano instructor, has
time for a few more pupils in Pull
man. Phone Black 512. tf.
Protect yourself from loss by fire.
When the fire cornea, then it is too
late. Insure in the old reliable com
panies tor which Wm. Porter and Co.
Insure ! You cannot afford to car
ry the risk either on your house or on
contents. The small cost of insurance
you can better afford to pay than the
large loss. Insure with Win Porter &
Two-piece spring suits 18 to 'Jo.
Guaranteed all wool. Will J. Rob
erts the tailor.
Look fur Jackson's barber shop.
You will miss it if you miss it No.
110 Main. tf.
FOR SALE .-—Half interest in Haines
Houser combined havester, and five
head of good mules, three and five
years of age. Enquire of G. W. Met
The secret to a fit of special order
clothes is the practical knowledge
of taking a measurement. I have
it. Will J. Roberts, tailor.
I represent L. M. Varney of Spo
kane, lor shirts, base ball suits and
College penants to order. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Will J. Roberts
JUST ARRIVKD—The new spring
styles and samples from the fam
ous Robert, Wicks Co. of Utica,
N. Y. Without doubt the best
special order house in America.
Will J. Roberts, the new tailor.
"Gala Day" Calendar.
Here arc some 'lutes you oiijdit to
keep in mind. When you write, tell
your friends about them. Invite your !
friends to visit the College on " Gala j
Day." Other dates will be added as i
fast an made.
April 7—Base Ball, Spokane Indians vs.
W. S. O.
April 17—Junior Track Meet.
April 18—Junior " Prom."
April 20-21—Base Ball, U. of O. vs. W.
April 24— Inter -Frtehman Track Meet,!
Idaho VI, W. S. C
May I—Track Meet, Idaho vs. VV. S. C.
May Festival and Chicago Symphony
May 2—May Festival and Chicago Sym
Whitman vs. W. S. C, base hall
May 14—Intcrscholastic Track Meet, In-'
land Empire Schools.
May 21—Whitman vs. W. S. C, Track
May 24— Final Interschulastic, West vs.
Dates for the "Gala Day" Calendar
are lolicited. Hand them in to the
Evergreen box. Keep in touch with the
Remember I make no extra
charge for style of cuffs, peg tops
or Knglish button trousers. Will
J. Roberts the tailor.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE OR
For Sale or trade for Whitman
county lands,—Farm of 225 acres, with
fair buildings, in Latah county, Idaho;
also 320 acres in Stevens county,
Wash. See address.
E. A. Kampen, Pullman, Farmers
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of John Kirn ball, deceased, and to all
persons holding claims against hie es
tate, to present the same to the under
signed executrix at the office of Wm.
Swain, in Pullman, Washington, which
ll her iitlice for the transaction of the
business belonging to the estate, within
one year from the date of the first publi
cation of this notice, or be forever
The iirst publication will be on the
i3th day of November, I'.lOH.
Executrix of last will of
Thomas Neill, Attorney for Estate.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
Kstate of James M. Small, deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven by the undersigned,
executrix of the estate of James M. Small, <le
ceaiu d, to the creditors of, ami all persons having
claims against the srid deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within one year
from the first publication of this notice, to the
said executrix, at the office Of Frank X Sanger.
Pullman, Washington, it being the ;>lace for the
transaction of all business relative to the above
mentionod estate. Sakah K. Small,
Executrix of the Estate of James M. Small,
Date of first Publication, Deceased.
March '-'0, 1909,
A. D. S.
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have a complete stock of Spring Farming Tools
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, DRILLS
and EXTRAS FOR SAME.
DUTCHM, OLIVER and CLIPPER PLOWS
MONITOR and SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS
Solid Steel Frame WALLA WALLA WEEDER
darks Righs Lap and Double Action Reversible
STUDEBAKER VEHICLES, Fairbanks - Morse
Gasoline Engines and Electric Lighting Plants. ■
Pittsberg Electric Weld Fence
"THE WELD THAT HELD' —
is fencing time and we have the fence
I^^\\X^ the posts and want to sell you. We
**^^ will supply you with almost anything
you need. We will exchange, buggies or wagons
with you. Will make terms to suit on any article
you wish. If you do not want to buy, trade or
exchange anything call and "swap yarns"— and
get a calender. Walters and Hill have a new
stock of "yarns." : : : : : :
A. B. BAKER & CO.
PULLMAN, - - - WASHINGTON