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Wayne and Harold, the two little
sons of Mrs. Minnie Bryant, have
been seriously ill at the C. F. Car
i others home for several days.
.Mrs. L. J. Story, Hattie, Lloyd ami
Milburn Story spent from Friday un
til Saturday at the Ben llen-on
home near Pullman.
K. E. Snyder experienced his sec
ond separator explosion on Thursday
of last week. Ho was threshing for
Mr. Payne when a small fire started
In the machine. It was extinguished
and threshing had progressed about
15 minutes when a severe explosion
occurred which totally wrecked the
H. J. Young, who has been run
ning his combine on the I. T. La
Follette farm, reports a remarkable
day's run for last Saturday. He
threshed 750 tacks of barley and
had a two-hours delay because of a
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brannon
were Colfax Visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Bert llatley and son Mabry,
returned home Saturday after spend
ing a week with relatives at Colfax.
The Misses Patsy Klein and
Lola Bryant left Monday for Colton
to attend the St. Scholastics acad
emy at that place.
Tho Ontario school started Tues
day with Mrs. Smithson of Pullman
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kineaid, Helen
and Jack Kineaid. were Sunday
guests at the .'. M. Klemgard home.
Mrs. William Hatty has been quite
seriously ill again at her home al
Arthur Cole has purchased a Ford
Frank Wilson was a business vis
itor at Pomeroy a few days tho first
of the week.
C. H. Kineaid and Frank Murray
have purchased a vltriollng machine
which treats six sicks of grain at one
time. The machine Is the same as
the ones purchased by Sherman
Brannon and Frank Wilson from E.
C. Snurloek of Colfax.
John Fulfs this week started
threshing his grass seeds.
Miss Belle Higgins spent Monday
afternoon with Miss Nellie Kamer
Claude and Leßoy Ruckev and J.
C. Holliday spent from Saturday un
til Sunday in Colfax with Troy Holli
day at the St. Ignatius hospital.
There will be services at the
Bryant school house Sunday Septem
ber <"» at 3 o'clock by the Rev. .1. W.
Caughlan of Pullman.
Miss Maude Penny of Pullman
spent a few days the first of the
week at the H. J. Young home.
Cleo Greer was a Colfax visitor
from Saturday until Sunday.
Mrs. Myrtle Eastman and son,
Chester, of Pullman were guests at
the R. G. Lyle home a few days this
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cathcart and
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Staley of Pull
man, called at the T. .1. Young and
V. L. Higgins homes Sunday after
M". and Mrs. Sherman Brarinon
were called to Colfax Wednesday by
the death of the infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Burnett at Colfax.
H. W. Hodges had two separator
explosions last week, neither of
which did a great deal of damage.
Black and white female setter:
about one year old; had collar with
padlock; answers to name of Rover;
disappeared Tuesday in the Ewarts
ville district. Reward for Informa
tion leading to recovery. Address
Many Pullman People Fail to Realize
Backache is so deceptive.
It comes and goes—keeps you
Learn the cause—then cure it.
Possibly It's weak kidneys.
That's why Doan's Kidney Pills
-"•a so effective.
We present the following case as
L. E. I.argent, stationary engin
eer. 405 Oak St., Colfax, Wash.,
says: "While living in Pullman. I
"as advised to try Doan's Kidney
Pills and I got a box. I was not
feeling very good and I had a back
ache. I thought that this trouble
come from my kidneys as they acted
irregularly and gave me much an
noyance. The cure Doan's Kidney
Pills gave me has lasted, and I have
never had any sign of kidney
trouble since. All I said about
Ooan's Kidney Pills when I recom
mended them before, still holds
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy— get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Largent had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE first class milk
cow. Murray Henry. aug7tf
Olympia, Aug. 31.—The state
school census, just completed in the
office of State Superintendent Pres
ton, shows a gain of almost 10,000
in the hoys and girls of'school age
in the state.
King county is the leader in gain,
showing an increase of 3867 over the
number In 1913. In 1913 there were
68,398 boys and girls of school age
in that county. This year there are
Pierce county showed the second
greatest gain with an Increase of
1024, having had 29,362 in 1913 and
30,380 in 1914.
The following is the school census
report for 1913 and 1914 by counties
show the gain or loss:
Adams 3,058 3,020
Asotin 1,969 1,965
Benton 2,392 2,421
Chehalis 7,822 8,420
Chelan 1,696 4,811
Clallam 1,888 2,081
Clarke 7,877 7.961
Columbia 1,981 1,998
Cowlitz 3,720 3,775
Douglas 2,793 2,876
Ferry 1,198 1,163
Franklin 1,193 1,202
Garfield .. . , .... 1,234 1,306
Grant -',17 2.518
Island 1,57.". ,619
Jefferson 1,636 1,556
King 58,398 61,756
Kitsap 5,331 5,434
Kittitas 4.781 4,976
Klickitat 2,933 2,808
Lewis 10,472 1 0,796
Lincoln ... ... . . 5,885 5,777
Mason 1,328 ,386
Okanogan ... 3,577 3,7 "
Pacific 3,646 3,959
Tend Oreille .... 1.279 1,361
Pierce 29,362 30,386
San Juan 1,033 1,06
Skagit 7,863 8,455
Skamania 825 Vis
Snohomish 15,161 15,975
Spokane 31,880 32,519
Stevens 6,115 6.004
Thurston 5,466 5,612
Wahkiakum .... 877 934
Walla Walla .... 6,865 6,937
Whatcom 14,254 14,778
Whitman 10,426 10,428
Yakima 11,581 12,271
Totals 286,847 296.695
LATAH COUNTY FAIR
At great expense the Latah County
Fair association has secured for the
coming county fair at Moscow, Sep
tember 22-20, Mr. T. T. Maroney,
Hie famous military aviator, who
will make two exhibition flights each
day of the fair.
Ho will carry a pretty lady pass
enger, will run races around the race
track with automobiles and motor
lies, and will also drop a bomb
from the sky and destroy a battle
ship to be constructed in the infield.
There will be five days of these
aerial feats and the association de
sires that every man, woman and
child in the Palouse country take ad
vantage of the opportunity to view
this wonderful exhibition.
There will also be a full racing
program and many novel and amus
ing entertainment features.
World's Record Dairy Cows and
Herds at the Spokane Fair
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Till: educational functions of the Spokane Interstate Fair have been ail
vancing each year and have been factors of the strongest nature in
the upbuilding of the agricultural interests of the inland Empire
Dairying-more dairying—has been the talk of the empire builders
lor years, and each year the Interstate Fair has been the one exposition in
which all the new herds and appliances for dairying have been gathered to
nether for the education of the people
The dairy display at the Spokane I air this year will see five of the old
herds that have previously displayed and at least three new herds from the
Inland Umpire. Tin- Spokane country now has two cows that hold world*
records, and one herd has already carried off the sweepstakes at the Chicago
exhibition Northwest breeders have no fear these days when they are placed
in competition with the world on milk cows
One of the best educational features lor the dairyman at the Spokane
Fair will be the large exhibit of dairy appliances which is promised b Y 'til.
manufacturers this year. Not only will the producers exhibit, but both the
Washington state college and the University of Idaho will show the most an
proved sod sanitary methods of caring for cattle and producing butter t'i
products. The model creamery, which has become a feature of the Books™
dairy exhibit will be operated again this year. »POkiu»i
The second annual Dairymen's congress at the Fair grounds has been
arranged for Thursday. Sept. IT. and a long list of noted speakers and dent
lUatrator* will be present i,, explain modem methods of culture and menu
factoring George W. *'"• of Potsdam, X. V.. will judge the dairy exhibits
at the Fair this year and will lie one of the speakers' at the Dairymen's run
.T\ "eJ" one "f the best know,, dairy expert^ In We United States and
Judged at the National Dairy Show md the Minnesota State Pair last year
\ IZARENE CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Preaching at 11 by Rev. Robert
Warner, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church of Moscow, Idaho.
No services in the evening. James
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
Christian Science services are held
in Masonic hall at 11 a. m. every
Sunday. Subject of next Sunday's
BUDGET OF CITY OF PULLMAN
For Year IBIS
Salary of marshal $ 480.00
Salary of si root ami water
Salary of city clerk 360.00
Salary of city treasurer. . 300.00
Salary of city weigh
Salary of city attorney. . 300.00
Salary of city health
Lights on streets 3,000.00
Retiring current expense
Ten per cent on local im
provement districts No,
10 and 11 500.00
Interest on deferred pay
Expense of water system. 8,000.00
Registration of voters. 100.00
Repair of bridges 500.00
Repair of cross-walks. . . 500.00
Street improvements ... 1,400.00
RECEIPTS DURING YEAR
I log tax .$ 100.00
Pool and billiard licenses 150.00
Theater and rink 200.00
Telephone franchise .... 200.00
Water receipts B,aim.
AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY
Current expense fund , ..$ 9,900.00
Old general fund 5,000.00
Bond interest fund 2,000.00
Park fund 300.00
General sewer 600.00
Notice is hereby given, that there
will be a meeting of the City Coun
cil of the City of Pullman, Washing
ton, October 5, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock
in the council chamber in the city
hall for he purpose of making tax
levies as stated in the foregoing esti
mate for the year 1915, when and
where any tax payer who may appear
shall be heard in favor or against
any proposed tax levies.
Given under my hand this first
day of September, 10 11.
MATILDA F. GANNON.
Yellow complexion, "pimples and
disfiguring blemishes on the face or
body can be gotten rid of by doctor
ing the liver, which is torpid. I IKK
BINE is a powerful liver correctant,
It purifies the sjstem, stimulates the
vital organs and puts the body in
fine vigorous condition. Price 50c.
Sold by Watt's Pharmacy. sen
Housekeeping rooms for rent.
Mrs. W. L. White, phone 02 R.
FOR SALE—Three-piece golden
oak bedroom set. mattress, one sani
tary couch, and bookcase. J. L.
Ashlock. phone 110 L. aug2ltf
Check a cough or cold in the lungs
before It develops a serious case.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUp
is an effective remedy for all sore
ness or congestion In the lungs or
air passages. Price 25c. 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Watt's
FOR' SALE CHEAP — Several
heating stoves; various sizes. L. F.
Jackson, 1710 Star Route. sep7tf
FOR SALE—Five to 10 shares of
bank stock. Lock box 4, Pullman,
Buy Royal Rose flour of Duthle
$5.50 per hbl. This flour is blended
with Montana bard wheat. decstf
Good residence property to trade
for horses. Walker & Struppler.
FOR SALE—A five passenger au
tomobile, at a bargain. Murray
FOR RENT—A good piano. Mur
ray Henry. aug7tf
FOR RENT—First class piano;
reasonable. Call 221 J, 8 to 5 only.
FOR SALE —Furniture for eight
room house; Gil Campus avenue.
Phone 268 J.
Outhie pays the highest market
price for poultry, veal and hides.
FOR SALE—Five-room bungalow
near college. Easy terms. Tele
phone Main 202. jly24tf
FOR SALE—Bartlett pears, Ital
ian prunes and summer- apples. C.
W. Vance, Bell phone, Farmers 145;
P. O. box 325, Pullman, Wash.
Sickly children need WHITE'S
CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only
destroys worms, If there be any, but
it acts as a strengthening tonic in
the stomach and bowels. Price 25c
per bottle. Sold by Watt's' Phar
BUCK... Jill v^.
SEPTEMBER 24-25-26, 1914
Wild and Wonderful I Furious and Exciting
Pony Express Races. New Contestants
Broncho Busting. (or Glory hold you
Indians, Cowboys. spellbound with
Outlaw Horses nerve and daring
FOR ALL <^fo?IT»f?k ASK
DETAILS. g^ljjT ANY
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THE ONLY PERMANENT ROOFING
WITH A PERMANENT COLOR,
Contains no tar, rubber or
paper. Will not crack, rot,
melt or corrode.
Cheaper than shingles or
metal, and wears longer.
F. O. BROWNSON
J~/<z4agms) Ungths and y*
"^ -T£^»Q£ C. R. Sanders Co
!In the Good Old Summer Time
| j is when you should lay in your supply of fuel for winter, If \
11 want to get the most heat for the money invest in some of^
COAL and SLAB WOOD I
|| We carry a big stock of the best varities j
11 The Potlatch Lumber Co
j! H. D. MacVEAN, Manager Phone 1
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I BANK. This bank was estab- j
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| ago, and has been an important L
| factor in the development of Pull- |
| man and vicinity. When you deal i
| with the Pullman State Bank you =
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| banking service, and your account \
1 will be welcome. 1
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