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Th*l Grange meetings will be re
sumed now, since the business of
harvest is over. At the first meet
ing, next Monday night, a class will
be Instructed In the first and second
j. T. LaFollette "pent a couple of
days this week In Spokane with his
father, XV. I.- LaFcllette, and his
■randmothcr, who Is very ill.
KA thoroughbred Shropshire ram
lu>3 been donated by .Max Hinrlchs
to be sold at the M. Farley sale, Oc
tober 11. for the benefit or the Red
, £ross and the Y. M. C. A.
The registration books will close
on October 15. All those who did
not vote at the general election two
years ago, or who did not register
before the primary election, should
register before the date of closing.
Mr. and Mrs. Sari Drlscoll, who
have been employed on the Will Ry
an farm, and Mr. Ed Brown and
son, who have been employed on the
Frank Murray* farm, expect to leave
the last of this week for Seattle in
their Ford car.
Mrs. George Bader of Pullman Is
assisting Mrs. A. E. Olson with her
Mrs. Nat Bryant and Mrs. XV. H.
Kincaid of Pullman spent Tuesday
afternoon at the J. S. Klemgard
A large crowd attended the John
Hall sale last Thursday.
Harold Brannon left last week for
Spokane to enlist in tho Marines. He.
was unable to pass the examination
and will undergo an operation to
make himself physically fit. He
went on to Camp Lewis to visit his
brother, Fred, who has been there
for some time. He was accompanied
as far as Spokane by his cousin, Roy
Drannon, who enlisted in the Ma
Miss Verne Nelson returned to her
hom e at Garfield on Monday of this
week after spending several weeks
with her aunt, Mrs. Alec McPherson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young and
children of Pullman, spent Sunday
at the home of Mrs, Young's mother,
Mrs. M. E. Rucker.
Mr. and Mrs. Klees were Sunday
guests at the Max Hinrlchs home.
They expect soon to move onto the
farm owned by Mr. Hinrlchs. known
as the Carl Brewlnk place.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Hlggins and
Mrs. J, M. Klemgard were Moscow
visitors last Friday.
Word was received here Saturday
evening of the, death of William
Rucker at a sanitarium in Walla
Walla that afternoon. Mr. Rucker
was an uncle of Claude and Lee Roy
Rucker of this neighborhood, and
was well known here, having resided
on the George Ford ranch some time
before going to Walla Walla. He
was a Civil war veteran and his
death was caused by an Illness con
tracted while he was serving his
J. M. Klemgard was a Garfield vis
itor on Monday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis of Reno,
Wash.', are guests this week at the
Sherman Brannon home.
Mrs. W. H. Pritchard and little
son, John Robert, with Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Naffziger of Pullman, spent
Sunday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Naffziger's sister, Mrs. Katie
Stevick, near Onecho.
George Clark came down last week
from Alberta to visit his daughters,
Mrs. Ed Hogan and Mrs. Will Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Peacock, who
have been employed on the H. J.
Young farm this summer, are spend
ing a few days with friends and rel
atives In Pullman, before going to
Spokane for the winter.
The Snyder-Rucker combine fin
ished a long run on Saturday of this
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klemgard. Miss
Patsy Klemgard and Master Hud
son, spent Sunday with Miss Mildred
Klemgard at the St. Scholastlca's
academy at Colton.
C. O. Kellogg returned home last
"Week from his farm ln Montana,
""'here he spent the summer. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vollmer had
*• their guests on Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Sanborn of Pullman, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Klemgard.
Miss Lora Whitten is expecting to
enter the business college of W. S.
C. ln a few days.
V. L. Higgins, J. S. and J. M.
Klemgard wer c in attendance at a
sale near Steptoe last Wednesday.
An abundant harvest —a thankful
heart— and safe reserves.
The government Is depending upon
your War Savings Pledge. BuyStampß
The Germans have stolen our slo
***," On to Berlin."
. cry War Savings Stamp helps a
soldier— and you get your money back
Wth interest. .■;*;
INSURANCE Talk with DOWNEN
"CAD" DURHAM WRITES
FROM "OVER THERE"
Comrades of Lieut, ,*,,,„ >,„,.„„,.,,
Speak in High Terms of Ills
Bravery When Wounded
The editor of The Herald has re
ceived the following letter from C.
R. (Cad) Durham, written on Au
Have heard so little of Pullman
and the "College on the Hill" that 1
must appeal to you for information
—lots of it.
Most of the fellows from Washing
ton State are in the army or navy
and the pleasure of meeting on.- of
the "gang" over hero has been de
fied me so far. Met Carl Diet! at
Quantico and the chances are good
that we may meet again. Some of
the men at the hospital were with
Lieut. Boyd Maynard when he was
fatally wounded. Their high praise
of him was expected by me, but there
are so many gallant men go "down"
unnoticed that these particular
words meant more than you can real
ly tell. Such gallant men help to
keep the Marine spirit and reputa
tion at its high pinnacle of fame.
At present I am behind the lines in
a rest camp. But it is a short jump
when the word comes, so you can
never tell when you will be in action.
And that word "action" means
something more than a Webster ver
sion when it is interpreted by the
Marines. Rather the same hidden
force of the old "Give 'em hell" yell
that was discarded by the non-com
batants at Washington State.
Never saw or heard the arguments
when the old yell was put aside, I:,it
I didn't like it. That old spirit is
the one we carry with us "ovar
here" and the one we are going to
bring back. It carries a whole lot of
force, overcomes many obstacles —
but it may be all wrong. The Huns
think so, ! imagine.
Had a rather exciting trip on the
way over. Had to abandon ship in
a heavy sea and be picked up by an-
Other ship, and I can tell you it is
far more exciting than trying to steal
Idaho's horn before the big game.
No accidents or loss of life, however,
and it was a fine experience (alter it
was all over).
Wonder how the folks back on the
Pacific coast Interpret this drive
against the Hun? The real effect
will not be known for a long time
and we are not too over-confident,
but it does show that the Prussian
has a worthy foe in the field. Soon
er or later the inevitable must come.
We hear so many wonderful stor
ies of the Marine drive in Chateau
Thierry; of so many heroic deeds,
that a person has to have an almost
miraculous tale to even get the priv
ilege to tell his experience. The
"Everybody's Doin' It" spirit seems
to get Into everybody's system. But
let a man miss his morning meal and
he will talk about it for a week.
C. R. DURHAM,
U. S. N.
NOTICE OP HEARING
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, In and for the
County of Whitman.
In the Matter of the Estate of rover
C. Whiteley, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Ella
Whiteley has petitioned the court for
an order setting aside to her the resi
due of the property belonging to said
deceased, which is less than $3000
In value, and that the court has fixed
Friday, the Ist day of November,
1918, at 10:00 o'clock in the fore
noon at the court house in Colfax,
Washington, for a hearing on said
Now, therefore, all persons inter
ested are hereby notified to be and
appear on the Ist day of November,
1918. at 10:00 o'clock-In the fore
noon at the court house In Colfax,
Washington, and show cause, if any
there be. why said petition should,
not be granted.
Given under my hand this Ist day
of October, 1918.
M. P. BELLINGER,
By R. L. Wllkenson,
DOES YOUR PIANO NEED
V. H. Brown, the veteran piano
tuner of Spokane, will make his 62d
semi-annual visit to Pullman about
September 29, remaining six days.
Besides tuning the pianos at the col
lege, he will give attention to all
orders for tuning left at the Palace
hotel, but will not make any canvass
for work. Any persons desiring to
have their Instruments tuned by a
thoroughly reliable and skllfull man
should place their orders early, as
Mr. Brown's time is limited and he
always has plenty of engagements.
. The sacrifice of the American
home, added to the efforts of the
American farmer, have removed fear
from the minds of our allies, for this
year, at least. . .
To users of Electric Water Heaters: ij
The water coil in your furnace raises !:
your fuel bill from two to three dollars !►
per month, <
Tests made by our customers prove this <
And you have hot water ONLY when the \
furnace is going. <
Your Electric Heater supplies hot water ALL >
the time as no greater cost. <
Ask for a pamphlet showing results of tests. |!
»mm WATER POWER COIOPfIIY
Wm. J. Martin, District Supt. <
N. E. YELLE
Democratic Candidate for Count)
Clerk, Whitman County
A. J. SHOBE -
LA CROSSE, WASH.
Democratic Candidate for Count]
Commissioner, Third District,
C. L. WAKEFIELD
Democratic Candidate for State Hep.
Resentatlve, Seventh District,
Whit man County
F. E. SANGER
Republican Candidate for State Rep
resentative, Seventh District-
John M. Klemgard
Democrat lc Candidate for Assessor
All operators of tractors or other
machines with irregular tread wheels
are hereby warned not to run said
machine over the paved streets ex
cept upon permission from the street
C. M. HOOPER,
Jlyl9octlß Street Com.
The undersigned will offer at public sale at bis place seven miles
I southwest of Moscow, seven miles southeast of Pullman, mid three
• miles north of Johnson, on
Wednesday, Oct. 9
: COMMENCING AT 10:00 A. M. SHARP
j Fourteen bead of horses, three COWS, 100 pure bred and high grade
j Lincoln owes, farm machinery, etc.
: TERMS—AII sums under $20, cash; for sums over that amount
j bankable antes will be taken to October 1, 1.18, bearing 10
■ per cent Interest.
J. R. BROWN, Owner
: 11. C. CRANKK, Auctioneer
11 Farm Lands
ij Farm Loans
I: City Property
( i also bought and sold
d If you want to buy or soil any-
Jl thing see or phone me.
!; WM. M. PORTER
ji Office second floor of City Hall
l J Chamber of Commerce Room
INSURE Willi McCLASKEY.
|| WOOD UK SLABS
![ GRAIN AND HAY
<! POULTRY SUPPLIES
j' PAINT AND OIL
|| J. P. duthTe
j> North Grand St., Phone lit*
For General White Lead — 10c per
pound in 12 _, 25, 50 and 100 pound
INSURE WITH McCLASKEY.
The Proper Thing to Do
Call 50 or 58
They Deliver and make all errors
COL. A. V. BALL
Will call sales anywhere In Palouse
country. Call me at my expense
at Peck, Idaho
Saturday Specials j
Pot Roast - 12 l-2c and 15c j
Boiling Beef - lie and 12 1 -2 c j
Smoked Picnic Hams -27 1-2 c ]
The College Market
Branch of Carstens Packing Co. PHONE 12 !
i A Battery—or THE Battery ■
, xon can buy a battery any- w4 . .. w . <
i is _. *"^__Ti_ri_' r*P'* It*'^'*i" >_E__T
You run Ini) mi £]___r
"lie place t'rniii tin Will- |^9 BUB** ''Wt
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*i the Still ■NEBr* /
Willard by the Willard Marls
1 which is branded in the box. __ ■— ""|"*r~ r* CAM
The booklet "A Mart with a I E. 1 i__JKi!)vJIN
, Moaning for You" tells all __»•¥■--_■ .tition
, about the Mark and THE Bat- BATTERY STATION
, tc ry. 717 South Grand Street
[ We test, repair and re-charge Phono <'***
, storage batteries, and always __________________________
, carry a full supply of battery /*-* -f->T- _ _ «■<.,..,, _ """"v
, parts, new Latteries and rental ( XfUZ I § ___•_-_-! 1
, batteries. y, miiarci J
DR. L. G. KIMZEY
Office at White's Drug Store
Residence 1508 Star Rout* St.
Res. phono 36, Office phono 126
J. L. GILLELAND, M. D.
Res. Tel. -962 Ofico Tel. 3R
Office on Alder St.
Diseases of Women and Obstetricts
DR. M. J. BEISTEL
Physician and Surgeon
First National Bank Building
D. ('. DOW
Attorney at liaw
Room 14, First National Bank Bldg.
Thos. Neill P. E. Sanger
NEILL & SANGER
Attorneys at Law
First National Bank building
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Office in Emerson Building
-:;;.-•-.-. T. ALLISON BALL
_____j____X "'" Specialist
■ ::l\. :\d__W °-fico First National
>S^^^~/ Bank Building
W. 11. STRAUB mmm
Optical Specialist B tS_a.
Smelly Correct t___WM -\
Glasses Guaranteed mt/fj^mm^
Room 8, Emerson Building
DR, FREEMAN L. BALL
flflc~~*~3_-ta-_ Graduate McCormick
J_____Yifr Medical College, Chi
ll _W '' *£°> I"-- for Eyoif -nd
We grind our own lenses
119 Main Street Pullman, Wash.
The Christian Science society holds
services every Sunday morning at
11:00 o'clock in the new Masonic
hall. Subject of the lesson-sermon
for next Sudnay, "Reality."
Testimonial meetings are held
every Wednesday evening at 8:00
o'clock in the Masonic hall. A free
reading room Is open to the public
every afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00
o'clock at 226 First National Bank
building. All authorized Christian
Science literature may there be read
Will you have rooms for coNeg«
women? Call 14. stp6-2,0
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In View of Loss , 'Jj
of Life, Property \sj&&%.
and Purse /'. |i
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Be Prepared f"f
ARRANGE TO ;!0
Protect ; r 4
M. J. CHAPMAN j
WILL SHOW YOU HOW JfJ ft
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For sale on farm or delivered; also.'.]
3Vi wagon, hoT_ea-and a few shoat_J>j_j
sepl3-27 j J. J. V^NBRUaa^!N.;pjll
We wish to ,-uiut-unce t«_ mm_i
friends and neighbors, old timers"aitil 'A.
newcomer-, that we hjKve stall-*) <* A
mis service station li;front or tl*_*llfl|
Pullman State Rank '•nUdink, on Main'] _
street and respect ■-..licit a bare ; j|«
of your trade In gnmAbm} and oils.
JJAJiER- MOTOR CO. xfMi
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