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Mis? Maude Morgan of Pullman
was a guest at the c. O. Kellogg
home a few days last week.
Mrs Vila Dickey and little
daughter arrived last week from
their homo at Buhl, Idaho, to spend
the Bummer at the A F. Carrotber*
Mrs. .Mice \\ eld. li ale! daughter,
Miss Margaret, of St. John were
guests a' the V. L. Higgins home a
few days this week. Mrs. Weld'ii
and Mrs. Higgins arc cousins.
Mrs, Lennox .-: Colfax was looking
OVer her property in this neighbor
hood Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Mildred Klemgard spent from
Thursday until Friday at the C. O.
A bod was born to Mr. and Mrs
Salter, who are employed by ''. O,
Kellogg, last Sunday.
Miss Edith Greenawalt of Pullman
was the guest of Miss Mildred Klem
gard a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray spent
Sunday In Pullman at the Pat Ryan
Dr. and Mrs Fred Kaylor and chil
dren of Pullman spent Sunday .it the
,i. R. Fulfs home.
Troy Eiolllday was opera ed upon
Si'nday at the Colfax hospital for ap
pendicitis. It Was found that peri
tonitis had developed from which le
ts slowly recovering.
Joe Kin. aid spent last Thursday
afternoon at the V, I. Higgins home.
Miss Ora Whitman of St. Jon is
assisting Mis H. J. Young with her
John Swall has returned from
Great Falls. Mont., and is driving the
combine teams of Frank Wilson, who
began harvesting em Thursday.
Mrs. C. O. Kellogg is steadily im
proving from her recent operation.
Mrs. M. 10. Rueker spent a few
days this week In Colfax with her
nephew, Troy Holllda) at the St. Ig
Claude and Leßoj Rueker were
Colfax visitors on Monday.
Mrs. V. L. Higgins and her cousins,
Mrs. Alice Weldeii and Miss Maggie
Welden of St. John, spent Wednes
day at the M. L. Davis home, near
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
G. W. Slater vs. J, P. Licli et ux.
— Assignment. ~
M. Farley vs. I-:, 11. Lette re an el
The Washington Trust Co. vs.
Annio Lull "A ;'l. —Order confirming
New Civil I uses
Nolla M. Campbell vs. John I-'.
Campbell—Action for divor 'o; re
straining order issued.
State ex rel Chas. R. Hill vs. S. m.
McCroskey, county auditor— Action
for mandamus; writ issued.
Bryce B. Parker et ux. vs. Sadie
F. Flanigan et al.—Action to quiet
J. W. Thompson vs. Etta Thomp
son—Action for divorce.
State vs. A. C. Coons— Defendant
arraigned on charge of rape, plead
not guilty and case continued to Sept,
1. for setting; defendant's bond
fixed at $2000.
State vs. W. H. Banan, John
Baker and William Leake— Defend
ant John Baker plead guilty to the
charge of burglary in the second de
gree, and the case continued for sen
State vs. R. E. Cerber—-Motion for
new trial and motion for arrest of
New Criminal Cases
State vs. Homer Thesier—Defend
ant araigned on charge of attempted
rape, plead not guilty, and case con
tinued to Sept. 1. for setting; de
fendant's bond fixed at $1500.
State vs. Chester Coons—Defend
ant arraigned on charge or attempt
lug escape from prison, plead not
guilty, and case continued to Sept.
1 for setting; defendant's bond fixed
at $600, on his own recognisance.
Estate of Sallie E. Horton T.
Houchin, T. H. Shobe and A. J.
Shobe appointed appraisers, and or
der directing publication of notice to
i Estate of E. L. Cooper—Julia
Elizabeth Cooper appointed admin
istratrix with bond of $6600.
Estate of E. K. Farrell—Order of
solvency unci order confirming ap
Estate of Tom 'Mostyu— Order
continuing hearing on final account.
Guardianship of Robert C. Flnthe.
—Order allowing final account.
Instate of Dennis Sullivan — Order
...ling hearing on petition for
Estate of .Jennie M. Plowman —
< Meier fixing time for settlement of
final account .... order to show
cause why distribution should not be
Estate or Thomas R. Waldrip —
Decree of solvency, and order ap
pointing Win Lee, James Rock and
Charles Stllsou appraisers.
Estate of K. M. Morris-—Levi
Archibald, (i. >'. l.ample Sr., and
W. K. V'elvall pointed appraisers
a;,i notice to creditors ordered pun
THE PANAMA CANAL
What benefits to agriculture from
tlie operation of the Panama canal.'
T.iis Is a question which naturally
ptesents itself right now. Within
the past few days this great water
way for ocean going vessels has ac
tually seen real ships pass from the
Atlantic to the Pacific easily and
silently; and what a saving in the
wuj of time and money! The gains
to agriculture as. well as to manu
facturers and merchandising are yet
to be determined. Beyond this one
great fact of enormous saving in dis
tances the advantages occupy a field
unknown, exen to officials and ex
perts .a world shipping circles who
have studied the possibilities from
While .he "offlcoal" opening ot
the Panama canal has not yet been
celebrated I set for January J. 1915)
the past two or three weeks have wit
nessed the actual beginning of tral
n '. dating In earnest from about July
I. Already six established steamship
lines have notified the canal, manage
ment of their Intention to make regu
lar use of the waterway; one vessel
from the west coast of South America
pUnnlng to go through the canal on
Ji-ly ■'■ on her way to Liverpool, thus
initiating a fortnightly service. Th i
canal toll n illations now finally set
tied by congress, an enormous busi
ness is Imminent. Theodore P.
Shc.nts, the well known engineer,
and chairman of the second Isthmian
canal commission, stated that up to
lu-.t November, out of 375 millions
appropriated by congress for con
struction, a little more than 310 mil
lions had been expended, An est
mate of the final cost of the canal
is 400 millions.
As ... trade in agricultural pro
ducts .md all merchandise, certain
fix <-- are patent. Firstly, the enor
mous saving in distances. A ship go
ii.g from San Francisco to New York
I.V the Panama canal saves 800-1
miles over the old route- of rounding
Cape Horn. A ship leaving Sydney.
Australia, for New York will save
4000 miles of ovean travel; headed
for Galveston, 5000 miles. New Zea
i- '"' a British possession, will be
■ 00 miles nearer to London by this
route than by thee way Of the Sue'
canal, a glance at a map will show
tliat the western coast of South
America ii almost directly south of
New York city, the Panama canal be
ing ll half-way station. while gulf
pcrts are equally favored geograph
The Mississippi basin, comprising
approximately a third of the United
States, is a vast section of our coun
try bound to profit immensely
rough the increased shipping facil
ities by way of the Panama canal.
It Is in.; only potential in the manu
facture, for export, of boots and
shoes, fertilizers, leather goods, fur
niture, iron and steel, farm machin
es, automobiles, etc., but also is the
heart of the grain belt.
The exportable surplus of factory,
ton si and farm seeks an outlet to
foreign count at lowest possible
(■•■' gilts; and this is what the canal
proposes to bring about. it is only
fair to presume that the exports of
'•.tain and breadstuffs to the orient
v ill be accelerated and this is not
necessarily to the detriment of the
trade of the American Northwest
with Japan or Russia.—Northwest
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the
Count] of Whitman.
| In the Matter of the Estate of Esther
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned executor of the estate
of Esther Yeo. deceased, to the
creditors of and to all persons hav
ing claims against said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within twelve months after
the first publication of this notice
to the said executor, at the office of
John W. Mathews, in the City of
Pullman, Washington, the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate.
First publication July 17th, 1914.
W. A. YEO,
Delay Haw Boon Dangerous in
Do tho right thing at the right
Act quickly in time of danger.
In time of kidney danger Doan's
Kidney Pills are most effective.
Plenty of evidence of their worth.
T. A. Ireland, the undefeated
champion crack rifle shot of the
Northwest, residing at 218 Mill St.J
Colfax, Wash., says. "About two;
years ago kidney trouble made its!
appearance in my case. My sight
became poor and black spots often
came before my eyes, Pains In the
small of my back began to bother
me and were so bad that I was prac
tically helpless. The kidney secre
tions were highly colored and passed
irregularly, disturbing my rest
nights I used over Mil bottles of
medicine from one physician, but did
not improve to any extent. I be
came nervous and felt miserable In
every way. One of my relatives ad
vised me to use Doan's Kidney Pills
and 1 got a supply. To my surprise,
1 Improved seem after using them
and I am glad to say thai 1 was com
pletely cured. 1 shall be pleased to
answer any Inquiries about my ex
Price 50 cents, at all dealers.
Don't simply ask for a kidney rem
edy—get Doan's Kidney Pills the
same that Mr. Ireland had. Foster-
M lib urn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V.
Summer Squash Fried Slice,- the
squash; dip in beaten eggs; season
well with pepper and salt; roll In
flour and fry In hot butter or lard.
Very delicious served at once.
Tomato Surprise Peel and chill
sound tomatoes of even size, when
firm; cut in halves and scoop out
the centers; in each tomato la) a
fresh uncooked egg without break
ing; dust with salt and pepper and
cover first, with a little white sauce,
then with some cheese; put In a hot
oven and cook till egg Is set.
FOR SALE—-Fine modern house,
largo double lot; bargain at $3500.
Easy terms. Furniture also for sale.
W. J, Young, ISn Monroe St.
George W. Clous, optician, will
again visit Pullman Wednesday,
duly 29, and may be found at the I
Palace hotel, He will exe-rino your
eyes without charge and fit them to
your perfect satisfaction. If you
need glasses or new lenses In your
frames, it will pay you to see him.
All work guaranteed. Mr. Clous will
also visit Albion, Wash., Thursday,
Jul) 30th, 17.24
WANTED — Second-hand yard
fence and gates, Leo L, Totten. Both
LOST— Automobile tire and rim,
31x4. Reward. J. C. Weeks, Colfax,
WANTED—Day work or house
work by lady. Address Herald office.
Two almost new heating stoves,
two iron bedsteads with springs, and
other second-hand furniture for sale.
Telephone 116 Y. jlyl 7-24
THE CIUB BARBER SHOP
We make a specialty of chil
dren's hair cutting and bob
bing. We also specialize on
pompadour hair cutting.
Ladles' facial massage 50c;
shampoo 75c. Give us a trial,
if it isn't right we will make
11. J. LAULESS
Rat Iron Bloc*
DR. D. R. CAMPBELL
Physician ami Surgeon
Office in first National Bank bldg.
Office phone 22
Residence phone 6
Dr. L. G. KLMZEY
Successor to Dr. Ed Maguire
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. 1:. I. PATEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Davis' Drug Store.
Residence 309 Ash Street.
Residence Phones: City 110
Farmers 100 R
Office Phones: City 100 R
! Farmers 100
i DR. 0. H. RUSSELL
Office in White Brick
M. S. JAMAH
Attorney at Law
Office In Flatiron Building
D. C. DOW
Attorney ut Law
Room 14, First National Bank Bldg.
F. 10. SANGER
Attorney at Law
Room 11. First National Bank Bide
H. J. WELTI'
Office Post Office Building
DR. A. E. SHAW
Office: First National Bank Build'
Hours: 8 t* 19 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Office in First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
/: >^ . T. ALLISON BALL
A^^WfeTSiv >'c Specialist
l^ypS^J^"'/otiico First National
N^pSSf'.^/ Bank Building
Res Phone 65 ,1
jgpgrn W. 11. STRAUB
WgP^^j^ Optical Specialist
: '^*<SK* Strictly Correct
''^y;?^"'' Glasses Guaranteed
111 Main Street, Pullman, Wash.
Phones: Farmers 1031.
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Stings or bite;; of insects that are
followed by swellings, pain or itching
should be treated promptly as they
are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It
is both antiseptic and healing.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold—by Watt's Pharmacy: — jly
Buy Royal Rose flour of Duthle
ffi.oo per bbl. Th's flour Is blended
j with Montana bard wheat. decstf
BABY'S PORTRAITS will be
treasured by baby's relatives.
We have SPECIAL STYLES
for BABY PICTURES.
! ROBERT BURNS, Pullman, Waah.
You can make 30 cents
in two minutes by using
our Toll lines to Spokane
TEe City I
A "NICE PLACE TO I
SPEND AN HOUR." j
GANNON (Sb :
PREPARING FRUIT EXHIBITS ~—^^
In a short time now an interesting part of the fruit
consist of the premium lists issued by the various fair °Wer' " Oil »n
careful study of these will prove of value! to all, but L? 00' 41'^ i
prospective exhibitors, as a thorough knowledge of the entr especlally t
and premium classes is necessary In making up a succeed,.i requlreiw
Fruit fit to be taken to the fair must have been well urn exhlbl t.
sible for a poorly cared-for orchard to produce a winnin?"', lt 's to*
Is a rare thing, and, when it comes to the larger box cla.. 6 ' but it
Impossible. Well grown fruit has been properly ■«,,;!?' practicali»
pruned, thinned and harvested. ' Bl>'^ed, cultivated
Too great emphasis Is usually put on the matter of »!« k ---•
management of the fair and the entrant. The abnormal wh* both Hit
an apple the size of a pumpkin or a five-legged calf is off er «-t
should never be made even an Important feature and ,'<,.- ereat- but
out entirely. could w ell be $
Fruit for exhibit should be selected from a large quantity
day light, should show the proper form, size and color for*?* ° g«xl
and the Individuals should be uniform in the above .-h-,,-, t i Var'etj
should not be necessary to say that show fruit must be whoiiv » *■' It
injury or blemish of any kind, not even a limb rub or brokeni»* ltaxi'
If the fair is placing emphasis on the commercial side of tl, if
dustry, pack becomes Important and should have careful stn.i, uit *
when the fruit is apples or pears. lu<l>. especl^
Proper packing presupposes correct grading, which should i
done in good light and with a large quantity of fruit at hand w 8 be *
custom to give equal value to bulge, alignment, height of end* is *•
ness and attractiveness. In a commercial way, however the « <orapa«
bulge and the compactness are more important than the ..I'lie?^- 01"11 «
Most of the packed apples which win prises have been nut m i ature
packers. l' ,JV expert
For the earlier shows the peaches, plums, grapes and other , n(( <•
should be made more important parts of the exhibits ami tho rult!
ments of perfection tor them more rigidly enforced With th requite
tion, Including freedom from blemishes and the physical conditio Conili"
fruit, is of primary Importance and must be carefully considered t °[ th«
Ing the show fruit. Oversize in this .-lass is nearly always 1( 1 V *
by defect of other kinds and what the exhibit might pain Yor'hpin Panie<l
large is likely to be lost because of split stone, cracked skin "a? -gun *
defects. 4 ' '" or similar
District displays are Of value for advertising purposes and nr«„
of the most attractive features of many fairs. The whole district l m
join in preparing them, under the direction of a committee"w-^
contribute according to his ability. ' na eac
The Experiment Station of the Washington State Colli ha« nr, ,
press a popular bulletin treating much more fully of this sublet tv,
bulletin will be sent to those applying for it. ' IWj
R. J. BARNI I lornolneUt
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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Are back of the service rendered
by the PULLMAN STATE
BANK. This bank was estab
lished in 1 892, twenty two years
ago, and has been an important
factor in the development of Pi 11
--man and vicinity. When you ceal
with the Pullman State Bank you
are assured of the best possible
banking service, and your account
will be welcome.
PULLMAN STATE BANK
Prepare for Those Hot Days by Installing
Electric Fans in All Sizes and Kinds
El Tostovo, El Perco, El Grilli, EI Cooko
(Electric Firelcss looker)
Electric Washing Machines in All Sizes for All Uses
And Last but Not Least the
OHIO VACUUM CLEANER AT $35.00
Washington Water Power Company
1,. W. KINGSBURY, Local Maunder
IT MAKES A
If you want cool, light-weight Un
derwear, we have it for all pur
poses, to suit every individual choice
"The New Arrow" COMFORTABLE
V. W. CLARKSON