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The barn raising party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Coppock Saturday
night was well attended. The out
of-town guests were Mrs. Curtis iind
I daughter Maudie, the Misses Zora
and Marian Zimmerman, all of Pull
Miss Nellie Patterson was visiting
friends in Pullman the last of tin' ;
Miss Leah Rice has returned home
after a brief visit. with rela
tives. She was accompanied by her
cousin, Miss Lettio Enmenson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Uyral Farnsworth
are. visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. EL Farnsworth.
Mrs. Ada I.akin and sou are visit
ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. H. Chapman has returned
home after a brief visit with friends
at Genesee, Idaho.
Miss Mary Frimdig, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Christopher, has returned to
her home In Calumet, Mich.
Mr. Ira Luce is building an addi
tion to his house east of town.
Miss Ethel Dennis was visiting
friends in Colfax last Saturday.
Mr. J. Roberts and daughter of
Palouse were visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rice last Sun
John Bergman of Cambridge, Ida.,
formerly a resident of Albion, came
here last week to meet his sister.
Mete rent holt of Bremen, Ger
many, a.id his brother Peter of Aber
deen, S. D.,whom he had not seen for
44 years, when they parted in Bue
nos Ayres, Argentine Republic. The
reunited brothers and sister have
gone to Cambridge, Idaho, for a visit.
The three-year-old son of Bert
Rice set fire to their barn last Tues
day while playing with matches and
the building was destroyed, together
with some hay and the clothing and
money of the hired man.
Miss Iva Haines returned home
Saturday from Juliaetta. Miss Leila
remained to take osteopathic treat
Frank Murray went to .luliaetta
Saturday to receive treatment for
Miss Ruth Coffman of Pullman
spent several days last week with
Miss Belle Higgins.
The Rueker boys are baling hay
for C. H. Kincaid this week.
V. L. Higgins this week sold a fine
team of grey mares to Neil Bros, for
$450. One of the mares has a fine
colt by her side.
C. H. Kincaid had the misfortune
a short time ago of having four of
his best work horses foundered. The
cause is a mystery, as they were in
alfalfa pasture from which the hay
had been taken.
The Wilson-Fulfs combine nearly
came to grief the other day when it
overturned on a very steep comer.
Two of the men were slightly in
jured but the horses came out all
Rev. Clark of Pullman preached
Sunday to a good sized crowd at
Ewartsvillo school house.
Charles Starr and Ed. Houck ar
rived last Friday from Fox Valley,
Oregon, to harvest in this neighbor
Grandma Klemgard Is spending a
few days with her daughters, Mrs.
W. H. Kincaid and Mrs. Emma Kel
Miss Lola Bryant visited a few
days last week with her cousin Vera
Lester Kellogg has returned from
Nat. Bryant and Chas. Kincaid ex
pect to start their combines on the
V. L. Higgins and J. M. Klemgard
farms respectively, next Monday.
Oscar Kincaid, who has been at
the C. 11. Kincaid home since last
winter, is spending a few days at his
hime In Pullman. He expects to
run Mr. Bttrwalt'S threshing engine
Mr. A. R. Strong, who has thresh
ed In. this neighborhood for several
seasons, is expected down from Spo
kane soon to prepare for a run this
.Miss Flossie Klemgard, who was
helping her aunt, Mrs. Nat. Bryant
through having, has gone with her
parents for a week's outing at Medi
County Board of Equalization.
The board of equalization of hit-
man county will meet at the court
house on the first .Monday in August.
The law requires that it be in ses
sion not less than three days and
that it may continue in session for
three weeks. This tribunal exer
cises very important functions. Any
inequality In the assessor's valua
tions may be by it adjusted; errors
in location or description of prop
erty, and the omission of the $300
exemption allowed the head of a
family from his personal property as
sessment may be righted. The law
as it is now Interpreted by constitu
ted authority invests the board of
county commissioners with extreme
ly limited power to make any chan
ges in the assessment and tax rolls or
to correct any discrepancies that may
appear therein after they have pass
eel the scrutiny of the board of equal
ization. if you have any suspicion,
therefore, that errors have entered
Into your assessment you should not
fail to take the matter up with the
board of equalization.
Blank applications for reduction
of assessment can be had by address
ing the county auditor or the county
A Substantiated Fish Story.
A fish story, which unlike the ma
jority of the yarns concerning the
finny creatures, was substantiated
with proof in the form of the fish
themselves, lias been circulated this
week. The heroes and heroines of
the' story are Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hen
derson, who were among the Pull
manites to take advantage of the ex
cursion to Chatcolet last Sunday. In
a little over an hour's fishing over
.'lnn bass and perch were landed, the
fish averaging about seven inches in
length. After getting all the fish
they could bring bom.' the party took
a delightful launch ride on the lake,
going nearly to Harrison and back to
Among the other Pullmanites who
took the trip were Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. H. \V.
Price, Mrs. Brigham and daughter,
Mrs. Win. Irwin and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Woodin and Miss Wear
terdj All report an excellent trip.
Judge Thus. Neill, of the superior
court, has been granted a two weeks'
vacation and it, spending the early
part of it in Pullman. He will prob
ably take- ,i few days' outing in the
mountains before returning to Col
THIS is CERTAIN
The Proof That Pullman Readers
What could furnish stronger evi
dence of the efficiency of any remedy
than the test of time? Thousands of
people testify that Dean's Kidney
Pills cure permanently.
Home endorsement should prove
undoubtedly the merit of this rem
edy. Years ago your friends and
neighbors testified to the relief they
ha.l derived from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills. They now confirm
their testimonials. ' They say time
has completed the test.
Mrs. Frank Stephens, 505 Grand
St., Pullman, Wash, says: "My back
ached severely and there woe lame
ness across my loins. 1 was in mis
worthy of my hearty endorsement."
(Statement given November 25
On April 22, 1910, Mrs. Stephens
was interviewed and she said: "The
benefit Doan's Kidney Pills brought
me has been permanent. 1 still hold
cry all the time and could not attend
to my work properly. The contents
of two boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills
relieved me and improved my condi
tion In every way. Thi-, rented) is
vise its use to other kidney suffer
this remedy iv high esteem and ad
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the -Doan's—
and take no other.
j J. E. Seeely transacted business in
Dr. limn Ball made a business
trip to Farmington Wednesday.
Dr. S. B. Nelson was down from
Spokane the first of the week,
A fine 11-pound baby boy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. James Allison
W. .1. Jordan of Lewlston was In
Pullman on Wednesday and Thurs
day. . j
Rev. R. A. Galley, of Davenport,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. .1. C.
Ruth, in this city.
Attorney J. W. Mathews trans*
acted business at the county seat the
early part of the week.
Mrs. W. E. Wilcox has spent the
last two weeks visiting on the coast.
She is expected back today.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Routh and
baby, of Colfax, are visiting at the
home of O. T. Hill this week.
S.i comfortable. No trouble to
prepare Campbell's Soups even on
the hottest day. Phone 39, San
ders' Grocery. • it
Threshing operations will start on
the B. E. Snyder place Monday
morning, and on the Walter Glaspey
place the same day.
Windmill wafers are appropriate
at all times and on all occasions. Im
ported from Holland. Phone lift,
Sander's Grocery. tt
"Ole" Anderson, a former State
College student, now employed in
the hank at Palouse, was a Pullman
Prof. Herbert Klmbrough has re
turned from a two-weeks' trip to
coast points, having spent Potlatch
week In Seattle.
Mrs. C. M. Chamberlain, who has
been visiting In Spokane for several
weeks, has been called to Virginia
to attend her father, who is seriously
To you who take pride in preserv
ing fruits and vegetables, will you
learn a better way? Ask about the
Sealpoat Jar. Phone 39. Sander's
11. F. Blanchard and daughter
Bernadine left yesterday for their
home in Chico, Cal., after a several
days' visit with relatives in Pull
Rev. Robt. Brumblay returned Sat
urday from a two weeks* outing in
(he Coeur d'Alene hills near Dud
ley. Idaho. He reports fine fishing
and a very enjoyable trip.
C. M. Waters left Wednesday for
Twin Kails. Ida., to look after the
crop of wheat and alfalfa on a sec
tion of land which he and W. 11.
Harvey own there. He will be gone
a week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Birdsall and
daughter, of Chicago, are visiting
Mr. Bird-Oil'- sister, Mrs. .las. Hinch
liff, In this city. Mr. Birdsell is
chief car tracer for the Chicago &
Eastern Illinois railroad.
Miss Sawyer of Boston, who is to
take Miss Sauvageot's place in the
Piano Department, arrived last
week and is visiting Miss Msis Call
ingham. with whom she was asso
ciated in study in Germany.
Marion Spawr was in the city
from Great Falls, Mont., Wednesday
and Thursday. He leaves today for
that place with his two stepsons,
Vernon and Claude Enos, where he
two latter will purchase homestead
relinquishments. In all probability
they will locate about ten miles from
Rev. Gabriel Sykes, formerly pas
tor of the Methodist church at this
place, now district superintendent of
the Walla Walla district, passed
through Pullman Wednesday even-
Ing en route to Kendrick. To a
Pullman man who was on the train
with Rev. Sykes. that gentleman ex
pressed great pleasure at the wonder
ful growth being made by his former
Prof. R. W. Thatcher left the first
of the week for British Columbia,
where he will spend three weeks do
ing farmers' institute work. Prof.
Thatcher expects to spend several
days of the- time on the banks of
some of British Columbia's trout
streams, where he will conduct un
official experiments to ascertain the
best bait for trout. The results of
his experiments will be received with
considerable euthusiasm by some of
A Nice Home at a Sacrifice.
For Sale—Seven-room modern
house, with plenty of closets and
trunk rooms, laundry room, woodsheij,
cellar, buggy and wagon shed, large
barn, chicken house and yard. All
on lot 76 x.150 feet. Located 2
blocks north of N. P. depot Will
sell at big sacrifice. Terms to suit.
House open for inspection any time.
MRS. D. M. SANDERS,
July 21-28. 1211 Kamiaken St.
For Sale—White Mountain Ice
cream freezer, North Star refriger
ator, 65 lbs. capacity, almost new;
,4 dozen Mason fruit jars, quarts;
Roll top desk, Early English finish,
practically new. Address A. 8., Pull
man Herald Office.
t;j> You havo been fooled enough with _\
tk< try th* Best .tl our ex- en so. k|
|y kllln Instantly and tnharmlo.tjtot-e fowl. __
t_j Dejok i'lt EH li you tirlu,; tills si. to" JH _t
Pullman Hdw. Co.
__. W. H. STRAUR
C%#^> "v Optical Specialist
\^?|Py*; ~ 111 Main St., Pullman
In his office dally except on first five
days of each month. Correct glasses
Prepared for market under sanitary
conditions and sold from a shop that
always welcomes the inspection of
the Pure Food crusaders. These
are the conditions that exist at the—
I. E. HHNSHAW, Proprietor
...DR. A. E. SHAW....
Office: First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pullman
Hours: 8 to 12 a m., 1 to 5 p. m.
WOOD FOR SALE I
Very Best Black Pine,
cut green, seasoned, f .o.b.
Pullman - - $5.25
Tamarack cut same as
above f. o. b. - $6.00
Address all letters to P. O. Bx. 913
I Grain Insurance
8 At Greatly Reduced Rates
4 Farm Property and Live
g Stock Insurance written in
g strong, reliable companies
§ THE PULLMAN LAND CO.
ft J. C. RUTH j E.W.McCANN
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Everybody knows I
something about J
. Lumber values
these days, but the homebuilder who listens to th
wait until lumber is cheaper" is not apt to be am* CtJfi
his goal on his deathbed than he is today. Deaief J
The Government recommends TIMBER CONSERVi
TION and this alone is proof that lumber has a fixec val '
Now's Che Time to Build, -if you contempli
a new home we want to talk with you— we have all B a '
of lumber. The lowest quality starts at good and goes '
Give us a sal and learn the facts about these lumber val u „
Standard Lumber Company
H.D. Root, Agent - Pullman, Wash.
is Furniture Month j
at this store. It is the time of gorf
bargains. We go over our stock
this season to do our fall and wini
buying. You can save money by J
ing your buying here at this time.
We will have some particularly i
tractive Specials for Market Day. ;
KIMBALL & ROTH
Furniture and Undertaking
Opposite Artesian Hotel. - - - PULLMAN, WAj
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1 V* VERY DOLLAR yo,
P^ Put in the Bank strength
| ens the Wall betweei
j You and Adversity.
J Every dollar you put in the bank mean<
£ another step toward success. No sue
! cessful man has ever been without i
bank account. A bank account meam
increased prestige and a sense of relia
bility and security, well worth the great
est effort in order to acquire one.
I Pullman State Bank