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Put King Baby in a
A joy ride for baby I
Think you he doesn't have pride in the
appearance of the cart he "drives" about in.
Let him ride a while in one of these beauti
ful cool summer lime carts. Then try him in
the old one again and see him kick.
He knows what looks best and he wants it
as much as you.
These new folding carts at low prices are
wonderful examples of artistic designing.
You'll admire them. So will your friends when
your baby is in one.
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Get your Sale Bills printed at
the HERALD office. Prompt,
Neat work. Reasonable prices
Visit the New Soda
At the Model Bakery
All Kinds of Hot Drinks
Ice Cream Every Day
Try Our Hot Lunches
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What Train Can I TaKe ?
"U/HAT'S the next train I can take to
"connectwith the Northern Express
at the Junction? Can I get a through
ticket ? What's the fare, please ?
When there is no timetable handy, the desired information
« readily obtained by a Bell Telephone Mil to the leal railroad
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H E Importance of Taking
Receipts for All Payments
Did you ever receive a request for payment .
of an account that you had already paid?
The best of business firms may make mis
takes, and many sometimes fail to give you
proper credit for payments.
If you pay all bills by check and keep your
canceled vouchers you have a perfect system of
record, and no misunderstanding will arise
over the settlement of your accounts.
Let "THE HOME OF THE PALOUSE
DOLLAR" do'your book-keeping.
Deposit the proceeds of your sales, and use
the checking system. Try it.
First National Bank
"Home of the Palouse Dollar"
&/>e Pullman Herald
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WM. GOODYEAR, Leasee. KARL P. ALLEN, Editor
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Pullman, Wash., Friday, October n, 1912
One of the Important duties of the
voters at the' coming elect'oo will be
to decide upon the adoption or re
jection of tour constitutional amend
ments. 'Ph.- Spokane Chronicle sum
marizes the amendments and the ar
guments for and against them us fol
Pour constitutional amendments
will be on the official ballots in No
vember for adoption or rejection in
the state at large. Two of these af
led a single measure.
The first proposed amendment
would remove the present constitu
tional prohibition against county of
ficers holding lice- more than two
terms In succession, except ill respect
to the county treasurer. li is to be
stated on the ballot as follows:
"For lor against) the proposed
amendment to section 7, of article 1 I
of the constitution, removing the pro
hibition against county officers ex
cept county treasurer, holding office
for more than 'wo terms."
The last session of the legislature
proposed this amendment largely in
response to the urgings of various or
ganizations of county officials. It
was urged that efficiency in office
would result from returning the
same man and that the' fact that a
man had held an office for four years
(two terms) should not be' an argu
ment against his re-election, provid
ed his record was good.
The only person who thus far has
led any fight against this amend
ment has been W. If. Dunphy of
Walla Walla, recently a candidate for
the democratic gubernatorial nomi
nation. Dunphy's argument was that
a change in-administration of an of
fice would be a frequent check,
as the accounts of the retiring offi
cial would be BCrupuoUSly investigat
ed by the new man. The Walla
Walla candidate urged that such a
check would at once lessen the dan
ger of defalcations and the necessity
of examinations by the state board
Second on the list to be voted upon
In November is the recall amend
ment. It will appear on the ballots
in this form:
"For (or against the proposed
amendment to article 1 of the consti
tution by adding thereto at the end
of said article I two new sections to
be- numbered sections 111, and 34 of
said article 1. authorizing and pro
viding for the recall and discharge
of any elective public officer and
election of his successor."
The recall amendment provides
that any elective public officer ex
cept a Judge of the superior or su
preme court may be made to stand
for re-election by the filing against
him of petition and statement setting
forth that the officer complained of
has been guilty of malfeasance or
misfeasance or has violated his oath
of office, ami setting forth the al
In the case of a state officer or a
county official of a county of the
first, second or third class, a peti
tion signed by 2: per cent of the vot
ers participating in the election at
which the official originally was
elected, is necessary to bring about
the election, In the case of a state
senator or representative, a precinct,
school district or city official or an
official of a county lower than the
third class, a '■',:, per cenl petition is
The' amendment does not go
farther in the' line- of legislation, but
provides that law-; carrying cut these
provisions in detail shall be passed
by the legislature if the amendment
In favor of this amendment it has
been urged that it will keep public
officials at all times within reach of
the people, that an unworthy officer
may be removed from his position
without wailing for the next regular
election and that for these reasons
officials will be more likely to follow
the wishes of their constituents,
Against the hill it has been urged
that it would tend to make' officials
less self-reliant; that all would keep
their "ears to. the ground"; that it
V.ould discourage able men from
As the recall amendment, was or
iginally introduced by its friends,
Judges were not excepted iron its
provisions, this change being made in
the legislature against the wishes of.
the more radical opponents of direct
legislation. However, the men who
originally introduced the amend
ment an' Urging its adoption, taking
the ground that another amendment.
Including judges, may be passed
Tin- initiative and referendum
amendments are two in number,, It
being necessary to amend two sepa
rate sections. The questions will ap
pear on the ballot in the following
"For (or against the proposed
amendment of section l of article 2
of the constitution of the state of
Washington, relating to legislative
powers and providing for the initia
tive and referendum."
"For (or against) the proposed
amendment of article 2 of the con
stitution of tie- state of Washington,
by striking section 31 therefrom,
which relates to the times when laws
The adoption of both these amend
ments is necessary to make- the In
itiative and referendum workable;
therefore any voter favoring the In
itiative and referendum should vote
tor both amendments and. on the re
verse, a voter opposed to the pro
posed change should vote against
The initiative- and referendum
amendments. in brief, provide that
10 per cent of the number who voted
for governor at the last state election
may initiate legislation and that 6
per cent may, upon petition, prevent
an act of the legislature from going
into effect until It has been passed
upon at a general election.
.In regard to the Initiative, It la
provided that to enable a vote t.i be
taken, the 10 per cent petition muse
he submitted at least four month?
trior to a general election If the
petition 19 presented 10 d.i/s prior
to the session of the legislature, the'
proposed measure is to come first
before the legislators and. If enacted
by them without amendment, the ne
canity for presentation to the vot
ers at large Is eliminated If the
measure Is amended, both the orig
inal and amended bills are to be sub
mitted to the people.
In regard to the referendum it is
provided that. if a 6 per cent petition
is filed with the secretary of state
within 90 days following the ad
journment of the legislature, an act
may be referred to the- people at
large. Appropriation bills for the
maintenance of existing public insti
tutions and measures for the public
peace, health and safety ar" specifi
rally excluded from the provisions ol
The constitutional amendments
will appear at the top of the ballot,
directly tinder the Instructions to vot
ers. Following them will appear the
candidates for supieme and superior
court judges and next the partisan
candidates tor presidential elector*,
congressmen, state office, legislature
and county offices, In the- order
Statement of the Ownership and
Management of The Pullman Her
ald, Published Weekly at Pullman,
Wash.; required by the Art of An
gust 21, IBIS.
Editor, Karl P. Alien, postoffice
address, Pullman. Wash.
Managing editor, Win. Coodyear,
postoffice address Pullman, Wash.
Business manager, Wm. Oobdyear.
postoffice address, Pullman, Wash.
Publisher, Wm. -Goodyear, post
office address, Pullman, Wash.
Owners, Pacific Parmei , Union
Names and addresses .if stock
holders holding one per cenc or more
cf total amount of stock:
Henry Fowler, Colfax, Wash.: M.
('. Cray, Pullman, Wash.; A. K. Pin
ley, Pullnian, Wash.: Wilford Allen.
Grants Pass, Ore: John Mcl /in, Pull
man, Wash; Thos. Savage, Pullman,
Wash.; .1. M. Reid, Pullman, Wash.:
11. M. McLean, Walla Walla. Wash.;
Joel Woods, Waitsburg. Wash.; Ell
Bollc, Asotin, Wash.; W. 11. Welch
unknown; W. 1.. LaFollette, Pull
man, Wash.; Burgan-Emerson Co..
Pullman, Wash.: Pullman State
Dank, Pullman, Wash.; First Na
tional Hank, Pullman, Wash.; Pa
louse Country Improvement Co..
Known bondholders, mortgagees
and other security holders, holding I
per cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other secur-
Pullman State' Hank, | ostofflce
address, Pullman. Wash
Publisher and Husiness Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me' this 7th day of October, 1912.
IVAN J. PUTMAN.
Notary public in and for lhe State
of Washington, residing at Pullman.
(My commission expires August
SIMPLE MIXTURE HELPS
That simple remedies are best has
again been proven. White's Drug
Store reports that many Pullman
people are receiving QUICK benefit
from simple buckthorn bark, glycer
ine, etc., as mixed in Adler-1-ka, the
German appendicitis remedy. A SIN
GLE DOSE helps sour stomach, gas'
on the stomach and constipation IN
STANTLY because this simple mix
ture antlseptlcizes the digestive or
gans and draws off the impurities.
Household goods and a number of
thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
fowls for sale. D. B. Putman.
Fine Free Homesteads
Montana De<_ed Lands
$8 to $40 Acre
Ready for the plow.
Yields 30 to CO bu. wheat.
Oats, barley, flax, hay, etc.,
Finest Inland climate.
Land Sold on Crop Payment
Low fare Horn eseekers' Ex
cursions on Ist and 3rd Tues
days each month. Write or call
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Those who have; charge of tho fin
ancial affairs of tho household will
find a bank account a great conveni
ence ami aid in keeping their ac
By depositing the household funds
In the bank, "and making all pay
ments by check, the bank account
may be made a complete record of
all receipts and disbursements.
The cancelled check Is a legal evi
dence of payment, essentially useful
in ease of a disputed account, or in
absence of a receipt.
We welcome small accounts, know
ing that many of them will become
Don't fail to call at the first op
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Also agent for Steamship tickets.
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