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The Misses Effie, Minnie and
Myrtle Story have been visiting for
several days at tbe home of their
■later. Mrs. Ben Henson.
Miss Amy Keith was the guest of
relatives in Pullman several days last
Mr. and Mr... Nat Bryant spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Nell.
Glen N.agle and (lien Kellogg were
week end guests at the C. O. Kellogg
.Mrs. R. G. James of Stiles, Idaho,
visited friends and relatives in this
i.olghborliood this week.
V. L. Higgins is suffering from
a severe attack of la grppe.
Miss Belle Hlggins was the guest
of Miss Amy Keith from Tuesday un
A crowd of 28 Kwartsvillers at
tended the regular meeting of Seats
Orange Saturday. Several candidates
were instructed in the first and sec
ond degrees by the Kwartsville- de
gree team. An oyster supper was
served and everyone had a jolly time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kellogg spent
a few days this week in Pullman, the
guests of relatives and friends.
The mumps are becoming quite
prevalent. The Snyder and Carroth
ers children are the latest to contract
T. C. Young, who underwent a sur
gical operation last week in the Grit
man hospital at Moscow, Is recover
George Boundy of near Albion, but
formerly of this neighborhood, had a
severe attack of appendicitis last
week, but is reported as improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lybecker. Miss
Neva Lybecker, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Lybecker, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olson
and two children of Pullman were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Davis
Cedric Anderson of Hit/.villi*, who
waa operated upon some time ago in
the Grltman hospital at Moscow, was
able to leave the hospital Monday,
and he and,his mother are guests at
the M. L. Davis home.
Lester Kellogg spent Wednesday
with his mother, Mrs. A. G. James,
at the J. M. Klemgard home.
May Build Elevators
All farmers who are tired of han
dling grain in sacks and all persons
Interested in the building of an ele
vator at Pullman, so that the grain
can be handled in bulk are requested
to meet at the office of the Farmers
Union in the Flatiron building at 1
o'clock next Wednesday afternoon,
Card of Thank*
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to our friends and neighbors
who tendered to us every possible
sympathy and kindness in the hour of
our great bereavement.
, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Henderson.
Imported From age de Commenbest
cheeae—all lovers of good cheese
know what a good Commebest cheese
means. Phone 39.
C. R. SANDERS Co.
'??;■ Oo to Battle's tor your coal and
****. Mm always right.
Whereas, Our esteemed brother,
J. J. L. Heldring, has departed from
this life and gone to his long rest,
Resolved, By the members of Pull
man local of the F. K. & C. F. of A..
That we hereby express ourgrlef at
the loss of this useful and loyal mem
ber of our organization and our sin
cere sympathy with his bereaved
wife and son; and, he it further '
Resolved. That In token of our
sorrow our charter be draped in
mourning for a period of 30 days,
and that a copy of these resolution,
be sent to the widow of our deceased
J. K. SMAWLEY.
C W. TAYLOR.
Special prices on Dry Cleaning.
Until March Ist, ladles' plain
skirts, dry cleaned and pressed, TV
ladles* plain suits. $1.50. Men's
suits, dry cleaned and pressed, $1.50;
dyed and pressed, $3.00. We pay re
? tare postage. Write for Dry Clean
ing and Laundry price list. Money
; must accompany order.— Ideal Laun
dry Co., Spokane. feb 7-28
AFTER MANY YEARS
I'lilhiniii Testimony Remains
Time IS till' best test of truth.
Here is a Pullman story that lias
stood the test of time. It is a story
with a point which will C »me
straight home to many of us.
Mrs. Frank Stephens, 165 Grand
St., Pullman, Wash., .says: M;. back
ached Beverely and there was lame
in-; ticross my loins. I was in
misery all tin time and could not
attend to my work properly. The
contents of two boxes of Doan's Kid
ney Pills relieved me and Improved
my condition in every way. This
remedy Is worthy of my hearty en
dorsement." (Statement given No
vember 26. 1907.)
Later Mrs. Stephens was Inter
viewed and sin* said: 'The* benefit
Kuan's Kidney Pills brought me has
been permanent. 1 still hold this
remedy in high esteem and advise
its ÜBe to other kidney sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's —
and take no other.
Preferred Stock brand fish flakes
are fresh fish boiled, slightly salted,
and put up within a few hours after
taken from the* ocean, and for
creamed fish, fish balls, fish hash,
etc., it has no equal. Phone* 39.
C. R. BANDERS CO.
Remember, you can get a good
broom at the Variety Store for 25c
WANTED—A good cook. Apply
at 70 4 Campus avenue, or plume
16:'. R. Febl4tf
If you have lost or mislaid your
notice of personal property taxes, or
If you would like to look over the
tax roll for Pullman and vicinity,
you may do so by calling at the
Fanners State' Bank.
Vim can also pay your taxes there,
which will save you trouble and ex
pense in remitting them to the
county treasurer. Fb 14 Mr 15
FOR SALE—An attractive, thor
oughly modern, 7-room bungalow;
furnace heated, and well built. For
particulars Inquire of 11. B. Hum
phrey, 700 California st. Fl>7-14
Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK
At Pullman, in the State* of Wash
ington, at the close of business
February 4, 1913.
Loans and discounts. . .$334,489.55
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. bonds to secure
Hanking house, furni
ture, and fixtures . . . 3,856.47
Other real estate owned 6,700.00
Due from state and pri
vate banks and bank
ers,, trust companies,
and savings banks. . . 2,649.87
Due from approved re
serve agents ...".. , . 59,094.77
Checks and other cash
Notes of other national
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels, and
cents ... 75.42
notes ..... 81.00
Redemption fund with
•U. S. treasurer (5% of
circulation) ... .... 2,500.00
Capital stock paid 1n...$ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 10,000.00
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
National bank notes out
Due to other national
Due to state and private
banks and bankers .. 1 2. <>.!'.*.74
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 228,778.20
Demand certificates or
Time certificates of de-
Total , .$485,376.02
State of Washington County of
Whitman, ss. :
I. If, W. Whitlow, president of the
above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is
true to tin beat of my knowledge and
M. W. WHITLOW.
Correct—Attest: N. K. J. Gentry.
A. D. Wexler, H. H. Curtis, directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 11th day of February. 1913,
Ivan J. Putman,
PILI.MAX SAVINGS AND LOAN
Stives* Money for You
Loam Money to You
Helps You Out at Every Turn
The .Monthly Payment Savings
Plan offers you a chance to deposit
a small sum each month where it
Immediately begin, to earn some
thing for you.
Read These Tables Careful
Systematic Monthly Saving for
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$ T~ ~TI 72~$ 28 $ Too
8 _ I'M it 200
3 3 -10 84 300
1 I 288 112 100
5 5 300 140 800
10 10 720 880 1,000
16 IB 1,080 420 1,500
20 20 1,440 660 2,000
26 26 1,800 700 2,500
50 50 3,600 1,400 5,000
75 76 5,400 2,100 7.500
100 100 7.'.(mi 2,800 10,000
Systematic Monthly Saving for Nine
and One-half Years
114 Monthly Payment Plan
$ 0.50 1 $ 57 $ 43 * 100
1 2 ill 86 200
2 I 228 172 400
3 6 342 268 600
4 *< 450 344 800
5 10 570 180 1,000
10 20 1,140 800 2,000
20 40 2,280 1,720 4,000
50 100 5.700 4,300 10.000
Open a savings account today,
Our plan of Loaning Money to yon
is as profitable to you as is our plan
of saving money for you.
Let us send you one of our book
Call or write the secretary for
J. N. EMERSON,
M. K. SNYDER,
Go to Duthlo's for lumber, sash,
oors and mouldings. Ag2tf
Report of the Financial Condition of
THE FARMERS STATE BANK.
Located at Pullman, State of
Washington, at the close of business
on the 4th day of February, 1913,
Loans and discounts. . . .$ 76,067.83
Bonds, warrants and
other securities 4,451.55
Ranking house, furniture
and fixtures 3,093.50
Due from banks 28,700.10
Exchange for clearing
Cash on hand 8,372.95
Capital stock paid in . . . $ 26,000.00
Due to banks— deposits. 1,907.42
Cashier's checks 320.00
STAT-*. OH WASHINGTON, j .
County of Whitman ( M-
I, W. H. Hanson, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
W. B. Hanson, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Bth day
of February. 191 J.
John Squires, Notary Public,
Residing at Pullman, Wash.
Correct Attest: M. Schultheis, Jr.
Roy A. Langley. Directors.
BABY'S PORTRAITS will be
treasured by baby's relatives.
We have SPECIAL STYLES
for BABY PICTURES.
ROBERT BURNS, Pullman. Wash.
& Storage Co.
J. P. Duthie, Manager
Brick, Lime, O—j sum- At—A.
We make a specialty of mortal
household seod. and pianos.
Cell oa oe sad glre ua a trial.
Office, 107 Grand at.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.
OLD AGE, FIDELITY,
Also afreet for Steamship tickets.
M.J. CHAPMAN, Agt.
Room 15, First Nat'l Bank Blk.
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We've always made
OUR BREAD SO GOOD
So Fresh, So Light, So Brown
That the verdict stands as it long j
has stood :
"The Very Best in Town"
Our Rolls, Our Pies,
Our Buns, Our Cake—
All the goods we daily bake,
Are just as good as we can make,
So Come and Buy Them
For Goodness* Sake!
Phone 204 H. M. BECK, Prop.
The first," is the Desire
Everyone has a wish for
money—it is human na
ture, for it takes money
to possess the comforts
and necessities of life.
The second require
ment is One Dollar or
more. The first deposit
need not be large; after
the first money is de
posited you have a bank
The size of your bank
account rests with you.
The Farmers State Bank
Will have a car of corn in soon.
Cal! and get prices.
JanlO-17 J. p. DUTHIE.
Shoe repairing at 312 East Main
street; work and prices guaranteed.
W. W. Stoddard. MylOtf
8 More and More New Things
p Arrive, as the Days Come and Go
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§*- 37 Ladies' Spring Suits Opened on Monday; all of them bear the Redfern ticket.
41 Handsome Redfern Coats in same shipment.
_t 28 Juniors' and Children's Coats came along with the women's coats and suits.
§28 Juniors' and Children's Coats came along with the women's coats and suits. j
A A Shipment of Serge and Messaline Dresses came Tuesday.
~f Royal Worcester Corsets—A large shipment just in—your model and size are waiting for
e/5 : .
V Novelties in Ladies' Spring Neckwear just received.
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WM Silver Collars and Full Dress Shirts—Just in—ln the Men's Store; also white pleated shirts.
ft B. Kuppenheimer's Sample Line of Spring Suitings for Men are here Let us measure yon
for your new spring suit. The tailoring of this line is of the very highest order; the
S woolens are the very best in the land. Don't order till you see them.
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How About That Boy's School Suit?— Something to carry him to the end of the school
year; 9 to 16 year old sizes; were $4.50 to $8.00; now $2.95 to $3.95. High grade suits
§ year; !> ,0 W year old sizes; were $4.50 to $8.00; now 42.95 to $3.95. High grade gol
al half and less.
r_ The White Sale will close Saturday the Ifith. Scores of women have bought a supply of these
11 Puritan Undermuslins during this sale. Get your share before the sale closes.
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(j The Emerson Mercantile Co.
ft THE QUALITY STORE
J Bank Policy
I it Is the policy of this bank to con
| lino Its business to the immediate
_ vicinity. We consider it but just to
E I our depositors, and to those whose
jjj business we solicit to follow tills
S We ask yon to deposit jour money
E with us and in turn we hold our-
E selves in readiness to meet tbe de
-5 mands of those whose welfare we are
E trying to promote.
| The Pullman State Bank
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