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Mrs. Catherine Oelrlch arrived
Saturday to spend sometime with her
daughter, Mrs. Carl Kamerrer.
„ Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and son of
Potlatch, Idaho, have been visiting
Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. William
T. C. Young is quite ill with pleu
risy, a physician having been (ailed
to attend him on Wednesday.
Carry Boundy spent last Wednes
day night with Mildred Klemgard.
Leo Dell Hogan has been quite ill.
Leonard Rucker started his hay
baler last week.
W. 11. Baton has returned from
Dayton, greatly Improved in health.
C. 11. Kincaid has moved to Ins
farm at Granite.
Mrs. M. K. Rucker and Mrs. Leon
ard Rucker and little daughter spent
last Thursday afternoon at the V. L.
Mrs. Clark arrived Thursday to
spend a few days visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Ed Hogan and Mrs.
Will Ryan, and son, Grant Clark, be
fore going to Kamiah to visit her
Mrs. May and daughter, Miss Mat
tie May, spent several days this week
at the Henry Woung home, attend
ing the wedding of Miss Mayo Young
to Mr. L. E. Snyder of Sacramento,
Mrs. C. 0. Kellogg is enjoying a
visit from her mother, Mrs. Keith of
Twin Falls. Idaho.
Homer Holliday and Millie Rucker
spent last Thursday visiting the
Mrs. Story and family spent Sun
day with Mrs. Story's sister, Mrs.
Davis, on Union Flat.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray will
occupy the J. S. Klemgard farm, re
cently vacated by C, H. Kincaid, Mr.
Murray and Mr. Kincaid having a
joint lease upon that farm.
Fern Lyle was the guest of Mil
derd Klemgard Monday night.
Miss Nellie Kamerrer is assisting
Mrs. Nat Bryant with her house
Mrs. J. M. Klemgard and daughter,
Mildred, drove to Colton Sunday to
visit Patsy Klemgard. who is attend
ing St. Scholastieas Acodemy at that
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kincaid spent
Sunday at the C. 11. Kincaid home.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duff arrived
Sunday from Spokane, ' to spend
some time visiting at the Sherman
James Brandon has purchased a
new chop mill.
M. L. Davis spent Sunday evening
with his wife at the V. L. myitis
home. Miss Lora Whitten went to
Colton Tuesday to enter St. Schol
astica's Academy at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lyle. Fern and
Elmer Llyle. spent Sunday at the C.
H. Kincaid home.
Miss Amy Keith has gone to the
home of Mrs. T. C. MacKay in Pull
man, where she will spend the
Bert Farley sold his farm imple
ments and stock at a public sale
Wednesday. Mr. Farley will move
away soon. The cattle brought ex
ceedingly good prices, but the horses
were sold at low prices.
D. T. Farley and family have
moved to their rented farm east of
Mrs. Lennox of Colfax spent Tues
day at the Frank Wilson home.
The beautiful new residence of C.
O. Kellogg Is nearing completion.
Now is the time to get that mater
ial for your corduroy suit or dress —
all colors at C. R. Sanders Co.
Remember our big values in hose
and handkerchiefs. The Variety
Store. Oct 3
WELCOME NEWS FOR
Pullman people who have stomach
and bowel trouble will be glad to
hear that the mixture of simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
known as Adler-l-ka, can be obtained
at White's Drug Store. It has been
found that JUST A SINGLE DOSE
of Adler-i-ka usually relieves a sour
stomach, gas on the stomach and
constipation QUICKLY because
this simple new mixture drains off
such a surprising amount of old foul
matter from the body.
MERITOL RHEUMATISM POWDER
The unusually large sale of this
remedy is the best evidence we could
offer you to prove its merit. It is
made of effective ingredients, and is
guaranteed to give permanent relief
for rheumatism. We will gladly
show you the formula and explain
its merits to you. H. ■.. Groat, local
Imported silks in the latest pat
terns at reasonable prices. C. R.
Sanders Co. O ct j
Guaranteed baking crocks for |0c
and up at The Variety Store. Oc3
Duthie pays "the highest market
price for poultry, real and hides.
j: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
\ ' Sealed bids will be received by the
I It] council of the City of Cullman.
Washington, for paving in all streets
j and parts of streets in Local Im-
I provement District No. 14, approxi
-1 mately 4200 square yards, together
with necessary excavation, curb, gut
ters and appurtenances. Said pave
ment to be constructed according to
plans and specifications which may
be seen at the office of the city clerk
or city engineer.
Each bid must be accompanied
with certified check on some lank oi
Pullman for at least 5 per cent of
bid, to be forfeited to the City If the
successful bidder fails to enter into
contract, and to furnish bond equal
in amount of bid within ten cays
after he has had notice that his bid
has been accepted as required by
Payment of the above improve
ment will be made by issuing to the
contractor local improvement bonds
of the local improvement district.
Said bids to be filed with the city
dork on or before Monday, Septem
ber 22, 1913, at 8 o'clock p. m. Tho
city council reserves the right to re
ject any and till bids, or let work for
one or more kinds of pavement.
Copies oi plans and speculations of
the above improvement will be fur
nished upon a deposit of $10,00 to
the city clerk, which sum will be re
turned upon the return of the copies
Dated this sth day of September,
GEO. N. HENRY,
Sepl2-19 City Clerk.
BOMB FACTS ABOUT THE
PULLMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
Who It's For
To provide a systematic and abso
lutely safe plan for the investment of
savings, and to aid its members to
acquire homes of their own is the
object of the Pullman Savings and
Loan Association. The Association
is in every sense a Hume institution.
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and of health, and of the folly of
spending all his money as fast as he
gets it, provides for an emergency.
It is for the Prudent Woman, who
out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a little money,
monthly, where it will be securely
and profitably invested, and give her
the least trouble and where she can
get it when needed.
It is for the Young; Man possessing
the manhood and determination to
save something every month from
his earnings as a reserve fund, to
draw on when sick or out of a posi
tion, for providing a home or for a
start in business.
It is tor Hoys and Girls, to help
them to be economical and industri
ous and to encourage them to ac
quire the habit of saving, provide a
fund to educate them and to make
It is for Societies. Fraternal and
Other Organizations wishing to in
vest their income for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build
It is for all Seeking a Home or
who want to improve their property,
or pay off a mortgage or to provide
a fund for any other worthy purpose.
Call on or Write
M. K. SNYDER
Pullman People Have Good Reason
For Complete Reliance'
Do you know how—
To find relief from backache;
To correct distressing urinary
To assist weak kidneys?
Your neighbors know the way—
Have used Doan's Kidney Pills;
Have proved their worth In many
, Here's Pullman testimony.
Mrs. R. A. Emerson, 1211 Star
Route St.. Pullman, Wash., says: "I
suffered a great deal from a dull
pain across the small of my back. I
felt tired all the time and had but
little ambition. My kidneys acted
irregularly and caused me much an
noyance. A friend advised me to try
Doan's Kidney Pills, and 1 did. They
proved very beneficial and soon cor
rected the ailments. Another of my
family who had about the same ail
ments as I did, found great relief
from Doan's Kidney Pill . After a
laps.' of over three years, I can say
that 1 have as much confidence In
j Doan's Kidney Pills as 1 did when I
gave my former endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York. Bole agents for (he Unite.'
Remember the name—Doan's—
and take no other.
Beautiful Hair, a Joy Forever
If you have a beautiful head of
hair, try to keep it. If you have not,
j try to get it. Meritol Hair Tonic
keeps the scalp clean, promotes a
j healthy growth of beautiful hair, and
; keeps it soft and lustrous. Try it.
|H. S. Groat, Exclusive Agency.
DR. D. R. CAMPBELL
Physician and Surgeon
OSes in First National Bank bldg.
Office phone 22
Residence phone 6
Dr. L. G. KIMXEY
Successor to Dr. Ed Magulre
Office at White's Drug Store
Residence 1200 Maiden Lane
Residence Phone: City 56 V; Farm
ers 36 R.
Office Phones: 126 both phones.
DR. E. T. PATEE S
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Odd Fellows Building
Residence: 301 Colorado St.
Farmers Phones: Office, Blue 2;
residence, Red ( 35.
Bell Phones: Office, 100 R; resi
dence, 100 Y.
DR. M. J. REISTEL
(Successor to Dr. Else)
Physician and Surgeon
Office: First National Bank Bldg.
Eyes examined; glasses properly
M. 8. JAMAH
Attorney at Law
Office in Flatiron Building
D. C. DOW
Attorney at Law
Room 14, First National Bank Bldg.
F. E. SANGER
Attorney at Law
Room 11, First National Bank Bldg.
DR. A. E. SHAW
Office: First National Bank Build
Hours: 8 te 13 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Office in First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
DR. F. J. KAYLER
Suite 1, Flatiron Bldg.
Both Phones 13 Pullman, Wash.
■^Sgf_^X T. ALLISON BALL
MJ^SB_^-^i Kjo Specialist
vSfOlpV^ office First National
Xs^s>/ Bank Building
Res. Phone 114 J
j-fmmmjmmti, W' "' STUAI v
l^?S***%3si|k Optical Specialist
V_(_l^_y.<S k Strictly Correct
-'H^^'*'' Glasses Guaranteed
111 Main Street, Pullman, Wash.
Phones: Farmers 1031.
Seven rooms, all on first floor,
hard wcod floors in three rooms, con
crete foundation, furnace heat, part
of basement excavated, with a built
in cellar for fruit and vegetables;
two large lots, shade trees and
shrubbery, plastered throughout, and
modern; range and linoleum in kit
chen goes with this. Only three
blocks from Main street; two blocks
from public school; ten minutes
from college. A .bargain.
Seven-room one and one-half
story house, cloth and papered, bath
and toilet, small barn and chicken
house; one lot 50x115 with alley in
the rear; can carry part of the pur
chase on this like rent; stone
foundation. Price $1500. Let us
show you this one.
Two-story, eight rooms, plastered
throughout, bath and toilet; one and
one-half lots; $1500; $100 cash,
balance like rent. Come in and look
this over. It will be worth your
Lot 5,0x126, corner, alley in the
rear; six rooms, all on one floor;
cloth and papered; streets will be
paved on two sides; connected with
the sewer. This cottage is close in
on College hill. Come in and look
It over. It will pay you.
A good clean stock of furniture
and hardware to trade for a good
clear residence. it will take about
five thousand to handle. This is a
good one. Located in a good payroll
Five rooms and bath and toilet;
one lot 50x100 feet; cloth and
papered; one block from postoffice;
i shade trees and nice lawn; part cash
and balance just like rent. Come in
j and look this over. It will be worth
For Rent—Nice eight-room house,
about half between college and
downtown; bath and toilet; $25
per month in advance.
I). P. STALKY
114 Main Street
Neuralgia of the face, shoulders,,
hands, or feet require! a powerful
remedy that will penetrate the flesh. i
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT pos-!
sesses that power. Rubbed in where
the pain is felt is all that is neces-•
sary to relieve suffering and restore I
normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c,
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Watt's
PULLMAN, WASH., A GOOD TOWN
Pullman is a mighty good town,
worthy of the best" of everything.
That is why we have joined the
American Drug and Press Associa
tion and offer to our people the
Meritol line of preparations, made by
the Association and sold only
through its members. There is noth- j
ing like these goods, guaranteed in
every way. We want Pullman peo- j
ple to have the best there is, so we
offer you this line. Ask to see
Meritol goods. 11. ... Groat, local
You may not like glasses, but do I
yen like red eyes, wrinkles or head-
ache better? If not, see W. H.
Straub, Optical Specialist. 111 Man
Check a cough or coljl in the
lungs before it develops a serious
case. BALLARD'S HORFHOUND
SYRUP is an effective remedy for all
soreness or congestion in the lungs
or air passages. Price 26C, 50c and
11.00 per bottle. Sold by Watt's
FOR RENT—Suite of housekeep
ing rooms. Airs. W. L. White.
Phone 102 R. Aug22tf
Don't forget we are agents
for land in the rich Black
foot and Nevada Valleys of
Montana. Ten years time to
pay it. Half a day of your
time puts you on the land.
The company will furnish
you with cattle, hogs and
sheep and give you five
years to pay for them.
Excursions every week—
$25.00 round trip.
For Particulars See
GREENAWALT-FOLGER CO.- J
TELEPHONE 77 _^rw_e*7
Our Suits and Coats C^jimk
For Women and Misses AI j
Are Ideal IfBI
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livery garment is a work or art, worthy or '_ WHMh
all the thought and care bestowed upon it in 111 .1 ft; l
the designing and making. That's why the besT: 111
dressed women delight in wearing garments WJImM
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1% sold at this store. ' * W& [ '
%X^s_^v You will be better W^^S/P
~~*y^F& pleased and better fitted W\/A
j|g_\ if you will make your se- '"?K" W&
omk\ Hi. lections now. Each day will mean fewer
' fimi 1! JR garments to select from. Our garments are
'.B§J ||l! I^^ the most beautiful and exclusive shown.
vflj I \^mk The prices are so reasonable that they sell
HllllUHwllf_lillH rapidly. The last shipments are now in.
lilllllll !I mII 1 ' I 'Inl *■ ■ -,■_■*,
| lillll Ij 11 there will be no more to follow. pj|
Hj^jraffif ' Jill The ' ast shipment of suits were made up
iSfM ■: in the latest models, slightly different from
I jHi !j i|_L__J the ones shown earlier in the season.
Wwj " Every department in the stored
'\ I'll I ' < stocked with brand new merchandise
Wl\ J ■ ' Great care has been used" in selecting the V-
N^ s 4^ / goods, in order to give you the greatest possible va
for the money.
FOR SALE— Lot 4, block 11 of
Reaneys Second Add. to Pullman;
has eight-room house, closets, bath,
sower, frost-proof cellar; barn and
woodshed; is situated four doors
from entrance to college campus on
Maiden Lane. This property must
jbe sold to close an estate. For par
ticulars address W. R. Relvale, ad
ministrator, Palouse, Wash.
Yellow complexion, pimples and
disfiguring blemishes on the face or
body can be gotten rid of by doctor
ing the liver, which is torpid. HER
BINE Is a powerful liver correctant.
It purifies the system, stimulates the
vital organs and puts the body in
fine vigorous condition. Price 50c.
Sold by Watt's Pharmacy.
Threshing pictures—Anyone desir
ing picture of threshing scenes notify
Robert Burns, Pullman.
THE thrifty housekeeper
knows the value of the
Bell Telephone in getting the
home in order after the sum
The telephone is the messenger
that does all sorts of errands. It
brings the plumber, the gasman,
the paper hanger, the butcher or
the ice man. It is her domestic
Many of these matters can be
arranged before reaching home by
means of the Long Distance Bell
Cf£\ The Pacific Telephone /yT
\*%£Jt and Telegraph Company |fl
LAMP PRICES REl_^
After September i the f »
prices on Edison Maid.!
lamps will prevail: , -^
,25 watt...... , X „ •
140 watt.... al oewk
' 60 wau....; :■•■• Hu»
100 watt :.:i^
Also the company will fu^.
newals for 250 watt and c?
Wellington Water P oWer
OH, LOOK! '■'.
You can get all kinds and ,
of set screws and machine bol
the Pullman Smithing Co
old Stivers & Honing stand.'
FOR SALE—Five-room 7,
College hill; large and well
ranged; desirable location, w
249 .7. or inquire at this office.