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VERY HUSY HAYS AT
Friday of this week will bo an im
portant day for the United Presby
terian church. , On that day the Rev.
J. H. Boyd of Pittsburg, represent
ing the general board of the church,
and Mrs. J. C. Alter of Berkeley,
Calif., representing the Women's
Mission board, will each make two
addresses. They will address the
women of the church at 3:00 o'clock
and at 6:00 o'clock supper will be
served in the basement, to which the
men of the congregation are invited.
There will bo no charge. At 8:00
o'clock addresses will be made by
Mr. Boyd and Mrs. Alter to the con
gregation and to any others interest
ed in missions who desire to attend.
Mr. Boyd was for 17 years a foreign
missionary and is a most interesting
and forceful speaker. Mrs. Alter is
a consecrated worker with a vital
There will be services as usual on
the Sabbath at 11.a. m. and at 8
p. m. Sabbath school at 9:50 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. in.
Special is called to the
women's Bible class just organized
with Dr. C. A. Cornelson as teacher.
The text book will be Synthetic Bible
Btudy, by Dean James Gray of the
Moody Bible Institute, beginning
with Genesis. Tho men's Bible class
will be for the present in charge of
Dr. Spalding. The teachers training
class is under tho direction of Miss
Pearl Kelso. There are also two;
classes for college stndents and four |
classes for high school students. The j
intermediate, Junior and primary de- j
partments are all well organized.
The business and social meeting j
of the women's society will be held I
next Wednesday, October 1, at the
home of Mrs. Win. C. Kruegel, 606 !
California street, at 2:30 o'clock.
TRU BLU DRUMMER
WILL USE AEROPLANE I
The True Blue Biscuit company of
Spokane is the first western firm to
adopt the aeroplane as an aid to
its traveling men in reaching their
E. R. Krause will be the man who
makes the initial trip, and he plans
to drop his advance, cards and
"bombs," redeemable in Tru Blu
crackers, over Spangle, Rosalia and
Oakesdale, while v en route to Gar
On Friday, the Tru Blu airplane
will be a feature of the Garfield
Roundup, and Krause will drop sou
venir cards and prize bombs into the
crowd —after which a circle trip will
be made to Palouse, Pullman and
At Colfax a large quantity of
bombs will be dropped, and Mr.
Krause will call on the True Blu
dealers there before returning to
The airplane is a Canadian-Cur
tis machine specially engaged for
the purpose, and will be piloted by j
Lieutenant Powell Francis.
"~—— - ■ i
Last Sunday afternoon, in the col- -,
lege auditorium, was given the first
of the bi-weekly vespers. A largo
and appreciative audience enjoyed
the following program:
Tocatta and Fugue in D minor
(Bach) Prof. Meyer j
"Hear Ye, Israel," from "The
Elijah" (Mendelssohn) ...
... Mrs. Herbst
Sous Bols (Staub). .Prof. Butterfield
"Sketches of the City" (Gordon
Batch Nevin) Prof. Meyer
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 Sunday, "Reality."
Testimonial meetings are held :
every Wednesday evening at 8:00 j
o'clock in the Masonic hall. A free ;
reading room is open to the public .
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday j
afternoons from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock !
in room 226 First National Bank
building. All authorized Christian j
Science literature may there be read j
FOR SALE—A full-blooded Po
land China boar; weight 75 pounds;
also a brood sow': from same litter.
K. H. Vincent. 224 Cleveland St.
sep 2 6
FOR —Three-inch clay til
ing. George Herboth, Uniontown,
WANTED—A lady to cook for a
group of girls. Address Delta Zeta
House, College Station Box 186.
. Water rentals due June Sth. Pen
alty $3.60 it water is turned off.
C. M. HOOPER,
Jnn « tf Water Com ,
THE LUCKY STONE
By ELIZABETH R. GREENE.
Jerry was coming home.
Anne's heart sang the words one
minute, and sighed them despairingly
the next —for what would Uncle Nate
say when Jerry told him of their love
and future plans?
The troublesome question lay like a
cloud upon Anne's happiness, as one
by one her busy fingers tucked away
exquisitely embroidered linens into
the little hope chest In her room.
It was ridiculous to think that the
petty quarrel over the loss of a
"lucky" stone should wreck her hap
piness, but Anne knew that her uncle
had a reputation for being "set,"
which, alas, he managed to live fairly
well up to.
"But he won't spoil my life, Just for
• an old 'lucky' stone I" argued Anne,
one day to Aunt Jane; as they sat at
Twelve years ago Uncle Nate had
purchased at a fair In Buxton a glit
tering red bauble called a "lucky"
Then one fateful day—Anne had
never forgotten It — the magic stone
had mysteriously disappeared out of
Uncle Nate's pocket.
It had happened the day that he
and Jerry's Uncle Cyrus had mowed
the south field together. Anne remem
bered that her uncle had been over
come by the heat and helped to the
house by his old pal, Cyrus. Lying on
the lounge In the cool living room,
Uncle Nate had lapsed Into brief un
consciousness. Later that same day
he had startled them all by announc
ing the loss of the "lucky" stone.
Then one dreadful day Uncle Nate,
tremulous with anger, had stamped
Into the kitchen and wrathfully de
clared to Anne and Aunt Jane that
"Cyrus had stolen the 'lucky' stone!"
Thus matters stood when one May
afternoon Anne walked slowly along
the dusty road, from a trip In town.
That her uncle would never consent
to her marrying Jerry, the nephew of
his old enemy, Anne knew only too
well; but Jerry, Joyous, undaunted
Jerry, still confidently believed that
Uncle Nate could be "won over."
Absorbed In her thoughts, Anne took
the narrow footpath leading across
tots to Aunt Jane's, quite unconscious
that a tall, khakl-clad figure wajj hur
rying Joyously after her.
The third time that Jerry whistled,
Anne turned and looked behind hen
"Jerry— on earth did you
come from?" she cried joyously, as her
lover flung an arm, wearing two gold
service stripes, quickly about her.
"Glad to see me, little girl?" he
, asked eagerly.
""Yes," breathed Anne, "but—" She
turned away her eyes. How could
she make him understand the hope
lessness of their love?
Jerry, seeing her unhappy face,
quickly divined its meaning.
"Don't worry about Uncle Nate,
sweetheart," he said cheerily. "I'm
going right now to beard the Hon—"
So together they crossed the pas
ture to the field where Uncle Nate
was planting. Here Anno left Jerry
to make way alone to her uncle.
make his way alone to her uncle.
Anne was In the garden when Jerry,
white and determined, strode up to
her. "You were right, Anne," lie said
bitterly, "about Uncle Nate—"
"Oh, Jerry. I told you so!" faltered
Anne, woman-like. "What did he say?"
"That 'no niece, of his should marry
the nephew of a thief—"
Anne nodded. Uncle Nate — It's as I
'Ob, .ferry, I told you so." faltered
ne. womanlike. "What did He say?"
'That 'no niece of his should marry
> nephew of n thief'—"
■Vnne nodded. "You see, it's as I
told you," she said. "Our only hope is
to find the 'lucky' stone"
'Anne, I'll not give you up for a
ten Uncle Nates. When will you
The day I'm twenty-one," she
flashed, catching his spirit.
"But that's a whole year away!"
Jerry looked disappointed.
"Yes; hut perhaps we'll find the
stone before- —"
After Jerry had gone, Anne returned
to the house. Despite her lover's as
suring words, she felt depressed.
.Presently soft footsteps sounded out
side her door.
Anne's answer was a sob. Then
quietly Aunt Jane opened the door and
came In. Tenderly she door and
ie In. Tenderly she smoothed in
silent sympathy Anne's silken hair
that had escaped from Its pins. There
was no need of words between them.
But after Ami*' had had her "cry"
she felt better.
Lett alone, Anne proceeded to rear
range her disordered locks. Finding
one of the pins missing, and thinking
that perhaps it had slipped into the
crevice In the back of the lounge
she ran her fingers Into the opening
Something hard touched her hand.
Drawing It forth, a familiar red stone
' met her astonished gaze.
"The Mucky' stone!" cried Anne In
credulously; remembering suddenly
that this was the lounge upon which
her uncle had lain the day he had
suffered from sunstroke, so long ago.
The stone must have fallen from his
pocket then and lodged In the lounge,
where it had remained hidden all these
"You've kept your secret pretty well,
old lounge." said Anne aloud, "but I've
found,you out at last."
Th with Joyous steps she ran In
sear, li of Uncle Nate, who soon
straightened matters with Cyrus, ranch
to the comfort of Anne and Jerry, who
together with Aunt Jane, Cyrus and
Uncle Nate, celebrated the reunion
whirl, had brought boundless Joy to
all. especially Anne nnd Jerry.
(Copyrtt.l it, 1919. McClure Newspaper .-;,,,.
Live stock Improvement seen in the
Introduction of purebred breeding
stock, the forming of new bull Hubs,
the signing up of herds for tuberculin
testing, organization of new cow-,
tsting associations, and the laying of
plans for holding annual stork shows
and sales, is dominant and state wide
in Washington, according to the sum
mer's reports from county agricul
turists received here. .
In Benton county, two new bull
clubs have just been organized for
the purchase of a high class Holstein.
and the other for the purchase of a
Jersey bull. In Chelan county farm
ers of the Boyd district have organ
ized for the purchase of a fine young
Two new purebred bulls are soon
to be placed in Clarke county. The
Clarke county cowtesting asociation
Is starting on its new year with over
600 cows. In Cowlitz county none
stockmen have recently joined forces
for the importation of purebred bulls
In Grays Harbor county the pure
bred stock was added to the past
month by an Ayrshire bull and a Hol
stein bull calf. Eight hundred and
thirty-seveon cattle in 52 herds were
given the tuberculin test. In this
county it has been necessary to put
in a "predatory animal hunter" to
slay coyotes and bob cats which have
been making costly Inroads upon
young calves and sheep.
A new purebred Shorthorn bull haa
arived in Grant county, and the live
stock association of that county is
working out a plan to ship and pell
In Island county, 600 cows were
given the tuberculin test. Slightly
above one per cent of the cows re
acted to the test. County Agent R.
M. Turner says that over 95 per cent
of the cows in that county have been
The Lincoln county live stock as
sociation has adopted a constitution
aDd by-laws which provides for the
holding of an animal show and sale,
and the plans call for tho holding of
the first show and sale this coming
fall. The show and sale will be held
at Harrington, where the commercial
club will provide housing for the an
imals and a sales pavilion. In Mason
county three purebred Shorthorn
bulls have been acquired in recent
In Okanogan county, a new county
agent's project is that of combatting
the mosquitos which in certain lo
calities give much annoyance to live
stock. In the district between To
nasket and Orr.ville, expenses in
curred in the purchase of oil and
other materials are being met by
persons living in the infested areas,
and satisfactory results are being re
. The breeding work for developing
smut resistant varieties of wheat
conducted by the division of farm
crops of the experiment station is
attracting widespread attention.
Professor W. W. Mackie of the de
partment of .agronomy of the Uni
versity of California has spent the
last two days at the experiment sta
tion in a study of the methods used
and the results obtained. Professor
H. M. Woolman, field agent in smut
investigations in Oregon, spent two
days at the station for the same pur
pose, and Mr. V. 11. Florell, field
agent in the cereal Investigations o£
the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
with headquarters at Chico, Calif.,
sjient two days at the experiment
station this week in studying the
INSURANCE—TaIk with Downen.
j CANARIES FOR SALE—-I have
several fine canary birds for sale
Phone M2X2, Mrs. Wm. Irwin.
Harvest bills never get too large
for Adams Grocery to figure on.
Phone 56. jly2stf
FOR RENT—Two light house
keeping rooms. Mrs. C. H. Thayer,
211 High St., phone 2742. auglstf
Walk a block ana save money on
all kinds of window glass at Duthie's,
North Orand St. JanSltt
1-oR SALE—Buick 5-passenger
car; 1917 model; in good condition.
Jno. Bishop. Phone Ml.". sepl9tf
Grain insurance. Yeo & Emert.
J^'fkVWa LOOK FOR ll
PLOOK FOR 1
THC RED BALL
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THE PULLMAN HERALD
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.ul. ( H/iy J BUICK Jl j i
— The Buick-built Front Axle— —,
Drop forged in a single piece from bar steel of
special formula, it is strong enough to bear the
weight of a truck, and pyrometer controlled heat
treatment gives it a steel structure of remarkable
toughness and uniformity.
This axle is designed by Buick engineers, forged
and built complete in the Buick factory, directly
under the supervision of the men whose reputations
depend upon its serviceability. From its I-beam
, . section to its drop forged steering connections, every
detail is worked out to perfection. The Buick front
axle is typical of the perfectly controlled quality that
gives Buick cars their unusual capacity for service.
When Better Automobiles Are Built BUICK Will Build Them
KIMBALL-BURT AUTO COMPANY
PULLMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
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
Lean Association. Tho Association
Is in every sense a HOME institution.
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and health, and of the folly of
spending all his money as fast as
he gets it, provides for an emer
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 for Boys 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 tor Societies, Fraternal and
other Organizations wishing to In
vest their income for the purpose ol
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 punpose.
DO YOU WANT A GOOD JOB?
Camas Washington, is located on the
beautiful Columbia River. 20 miles above
Portland Oregon. Two boat lines, a rail
road and auto bus lines bring It within
easy access of the metropolis" Has fine
water, paved streati and theatres. About
4000 population. . ""•
The Crown Willamette Paper Co., locat
ed here, employs about 860 men and
women Runs the year around. Wage
schedule is from 45c per hour up, depend
ing upon (lass of work and opportunity
,1,,0*,,W,rt ,0 the rlgh' man is
A beautiful new hotel has Just, been
completed which is one of the finest
equipped mill hotels on the coast. The
charge for meals Is 35c; rooms, 20c, 25c,
There are now openings for several able
bodied young men, single preferred. Bring
this clipping within a reasonable length of
time and you will be assured a place?
CROWN WILLAMETTE PAPER CO.,
<- ____^^_^^^___ Camas. Wash.
CAIRNS' SALE DATES
Hay Station — September 25-26.
Purebred Sale, Lewlston—Septem
ber 27. , VVv
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CAIRNS, OF COURSE
Who It's For
Call on or write
M. K. SNYDER
Large or Small Deposits
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No matter how small or how large your
deposit in this bank, its safety is abso
lutely assured through the bank's mem
bership in the Washington Bank Deposi
tors Guaranty Fund.
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Your Account Will Be Appreciated
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