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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole and
family spent Christmas at the J. R.
Mrs. Penny and daughter, Maude,
spent a few days last week at the
H. J. Young home.
Reid and T. C. Young left Sunday
for Sacramento, Cal.
Arthur Colo was a Colfax visitor
Several from this neighborhood nt
tended the dance at the Seats hall
last Friday night.
Lola Bryant spent from Friday un
til Sunday with her cousin, Patsy
Mrs. Kelly of Nespelem spent the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Easto.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Eaton returned
Sunday from their honeymoon and
are at home at the Cloverdale farm.
They were treated to a charivari on
Patsy and Mildred Klemgard and
Lola Bryant visited from Saturday
until Sunday with Vera Farley.
Mrs. L. I. Rucker and children
spent Sunday at the Loren Brown
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higgins and
Miss Belle Higgins were guests at
the C. O. Kellogg home Sunday.
STATE COLLEGE OF WASHINGTON
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Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry
and Home Economics
WILL BE HELD AT
Jan. 5 to Feb. 13, 1914
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Practical instruction will be given for men
and women who are ambitious to do things in
the besl: way and to inform themselves on late
methods in their line of work.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lybecker,
daughter Neva. Mrs. E. B. Lybecker,
and Lester brown ware guests at the
C. D. Martin home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klemgard visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs. A. Farley Sun
Mrs. W. F. Paullus was the guest
of her daughter, Mr 3. Bert West,
near Moscow, a few days this week.
Dinner was served to 18 at the J.
M. Klemgard homo on Tuesday when
V L. Hlgglns and J. M. Klemgard
held butchering day festivities to
Miss Belle Higgins spent from
Sunday until Monday with Miss Amy
Keith at the C. O. Kellogg home.
Mrs. Story and family spent Sun
day at the S. Brannon home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haxton and fam
ily were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brannon
were called to Colfax Tuesday by the
serious illness of Mr. Brannon's
brother, Elza, with pneumonia.
Glen Kellogg returned Monday
from Lewiston, where he visited his
mother, Mrs. R. G. James, to spend
the remainder of the holidays at the
home of his father, C. O. Kellogg.
Mr. and Alec Hickman were guests
at the Story home from Tuesday un
til Wednesday. They were accom
panied homo by the Misses Minnie
and Myrtle Story, who remained
with them until New Years day.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Naffziger, who
recently returned home from an ex
tended visit in lowa and Kansas, left
Tuesday for Asotin, where tney wll:
spend the remainder of the winter.
Wade Young was a Moscow vis
itor on Monday.
A. F. Carrothers butchered several
hogs on Monday.
The little Misses Helen Kincaid
and Nellie Ryan spent several days
this week at the Frank Murray home.
Miss Amy Keith was the guest of
Miss Belle Higgins several days this
Mrs. R. G. Lyle, Fern and Elmor
Lyle were guests of Mrs. Lyle's sis
ter, Mrs. Hugh Matthews, near Pull
man, from Sunday until New Years
day. R. G. Lyle was also a guest at
the Matthews home on New Years.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray spent
from Sunday until Monday a ._e C.
11. Kincaid nome near Granite.
Mrs. C. O. Kellogg was hostess to
59 of her neighbors and friends at a
watch party on Wednesday evening.
The time was spent in progressive
five hundred, pedro and guessing
contests. Prizes were won by Mrs.
H. W. Hodges In five hundred, and
by Mrs. V. L. Higgins in the guess
ing contests. A consolation prize
was awarded to Floyd Lyle. Re
freshments were served at a late
hour, and the New Year was ushered
in with cheers. A very delightful
time was enjoyed by all.
Miss Edith Lome Collier, who last
year taught English in the Pullman
high school, but is now teaching in
the West Seattle high school, is vis
iting Mrs. Dana Murdock.
The liver loses its activity at times
and needs help. HERBINE is an ef
fective liver stimulant. It also puri
fies the bowels, strengthens \ diges
tion and restores strength, vigor and
cheerful spirits. Price 50c. Sold
by Watt's Pharmacy. Jan
REPORT OF STATE RURAL
Co-operation, In which the farm
ers themselves must take the lead, Is
the essential need of agricultural
America, the Washington rural credit
commissioners, Senator Metcalf and
Representative Black, declare ln
their final report to Governor Lister.
In concluding their report, based on
a thorough study of European meth
ods, made last summer, the commis
"There are men who say that co
operation will not work in this coun
try and point to failures as a proof.
We are just beginning to learn the
kindergarten principles of co-opera
tion and failures are due to this lack
of knowledge of what true co-opera
"Co-operation cheaujens and vastly
betters supplies; Increases returns
and insures a certain market;
strengthens human power and abil
ity for productive labor. Milk, eggs,
meat, fruit, grain bring better prices;
fertilizer, feed, Implements, seed, all
agricultural necessities, cost less.
And further, indirect effects are dif
fusion of practical knowledge, re
markable educational capacity, stim
ulation of thought, teaching men to
cultivate better, select the most prof
itable crop, to conserve the fertility
ot the soil, to improve grade, to turn
produce to better account and to pro
mote general well-being and com
munity spirit. It means making
farming profitable and easier, the
creation of a high, prosperous, con
tented rural civilization, the vital
need of our time.
"Co-operative credit, collective se
curity are the basic principles of co
operation. Co-operative production,
supply and distribution naturally and
logically and necessarily follow. This
is our first essential. We are going
to have co-operative farm credit in
this country and we are going to
have federal and state legislation to
make it easy and co safeguard it.
And when this movement starts, it
must be in lie hands of c farmers
"Whatever rural credit or co-oper
the Initiative in their creation, must
ative organizations may be provided
by legislation, the farmers must take
trke their management, so that their
success and the benefit for the entira
state may be due to and belong to
only the farmers themselves. This
Is the Irish Idea and no country ever
in the world's history made so much
progress in jgriculture in the better
ment of the life and condition of th%.
farmer, in a like period, as has Ire
land, the result of the preaching and
teaching and organization of co-op
eration by Sir Horace Plunkett. It
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If it is inconvenient to pay cash do not let that
prevent you from choosing the Furniture you
want at this well equipped store.
We Furnish Ma Complete
For $50 to $100 as First Payment
and the balance just like rent
Small weekly or monthly payments and
before you know it your furnishings are
yours in place of a bunch of receipts that
have no value.
Two Ways to Buy—
at Cash or Easy Payments
PULLMAN FURNITURE &
Old Friends and New
Winning permanent, lasting friends
is the work of time. The Pull
man State Bank was incorporated
April 26th, 1892, and since that
time has made many friends in the |
We welcome new friends and wish
to extend to all our good wishes for
a prosperous and happy 1914.
The Pullman State Bank
is no longer suffering Irelind, it is
happy, prosperous Erin in the agri
cultural districts. On the continent
government aid indubitably has re
tarded progress. It must be self
The Presbyterian and Nazarene
church will unite next Sunday morn
ing and evening and the Rev. Mr.
Mailley will preach.
Lame back may come from over
work, cold settled in the muscles of
the back, or from disease. In the
two former cases the right remedy
is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT.
It should be rubbed in thoroughly
over the affected part, the relief wi.
be prompt and satisfactory. Price
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle—Sold
by Watt's Pharmacy. j an
SPECIAL SALE of potted plants
suitable for window decoration.
Geraniums, fucbias, chrysanthe
mums, foliage plants and other sur
plus greenhouse material. State
College Greenhouses. Phone 229 Y.
A dry, hacking cough is hard on the
lungs, often causing them to bleed.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
is a healing balm that quickly re
pairs damage in the lungs and air
passages. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Watt's Phar
macy. j an