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j November 21, 1919.
Jessed valuation ok county,
AS EQUALIZED, TOTALS »45,895.:»||
I M. Klerngard, county assessor, has prepared the following summary
J the assessment rolls of Whitman county for 1919 as equalized by the
county board of equalization:
Classification of Property Number Valuation
Acr „s of improved farm land 960,369 $22,455 790
Acres of unimproved farm land , 302,666 )!:;> ;i.:,:m
Total 'acres 1,263,035 23.845,320
improvements on farm property ] r , r , i; ( . l , m
Town real estate , sr ,„
improvement on town real estate _ _ 2,526,340
Horses and mules 32,149 1VG28;i62
Cattle 19.28* 125,203
Sheep and goats 19,396 96,865
Hogs ■ • • • ■ 16,934 88,605
poultry, dozens .... ,,_. 24,202
Automobiles 3,748 893,063
Bank stock 733,522
Hotel and office furniture 3MOO
Farm Implements 672X72
Motorcycles and bicycles ... - ss
Jewelry . . 1 [1,997
Household poods 595,050
Billiard, pool nd theatre fixtures . . . 13 843
Improvements on leased lund and lea holds rss.n.vT
Hay and grain held for "sale »^- !7•. Ir,
Telephone, telegraph, water works and electric lights 324,658
The above does not Include public service corporations, which
are assessed by the state tax commission at « 1 0 030 719
Total assessment for the year 1919 la 695 389
Total assessed value.
Public service 10,030,719
IMA CHI INSTALLED
RECEPTION GIVEN SAT.
Banquet in Evening at Federated
Churches —President Holland
The public Sigma Chi reception
given Saturday morning by the 43
newly installed ' members of Beta
Cpsilon chapter, marked the appear
ance Of an additional member to the
national Greek letter fraternities on
the local campus.
As a termination of the fraternal
events, an instruction banquet for
Beta Upsilon and visit "Sis;*" was
given Saturday evening at the Fed
erated church. Past Grand Counsul
John S. McMillan, Xi '76, acting as
E. 0. Holland, Lambda '95, presi
dent of the state College, responded
to the toast, "Fraternities and the
Colleges," while John C. ("Daddy")
McClain, Xi '75, grand trustee, of
Salt Lake city, spoke on "Old Fa
miliar Faces." Ray Lumett, U. U.
20, U. of \v., responded to the toast,
"Love's Labor Never Lost," and \V.
* Chrisman. B. U. '21, W. S. C, to
the toast, "The Baby."
The banquet program included
tie singing of a number of Sigma
•Si songs, a feature of the musical
Program being a solo. "Do You Ask
Me Who My Love Is." by Elmer R.
Armstrong, with an echo, "Comin'
Through the Rye," by the Phi Beta
Other responses were as follows:
"Sigma Chi Above the Clouds,"
«d T. Heath, U. U. '20, U. S. air
wrvlce; "Sigma Chi and the Army,"
George F. Pierrot, IT. U. '20; "Sig
-01 Chi and the Navy," Ensign Fred
"• Darnell, U. U. '15; "Our Destiny
•» Measured by Our Duty," Dr. E.
CWegner, B. U. '08.
"Sigma Chi—Her Past, Her Fu
tore,'' was the subject chosen by
Gl «Dn E. Hoover, U. U. '12, grand
Praetor 11 th province, Seattle. In-1
vesting talks were also given by
I en «* «omc nm *ow wt I |-_£^^ €„LJ^A^!ft 0l __fTI
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-**»D IN S€__CT<*<r AUTAT - TWe- *a 1 F_<V'4-4-ri— 5 SUREST .» •I ./
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A*o SAY j^-- VqcWQ _, ATTY, *^j |>«B f HT Cm I MdM6WeRj S\V \/ , /
a number of old timers of the na
tional fraternity, Including Judge
Hugo B. Oswald, Alpha Phi '98, Spo
kane; p. H. Watt, A. '97, Seattle;
and A. William Lohmann, U. U. '12,
The ceremonies marking the in
stallation of the new fraternity were
attended by many Sigma ('his from
all over the Northwest, a large dele-j
gation Coming from Seattle, and the |
installation was one of the most com
prehensive and successful ever held
at the State College. The charier in
Sigma Chi was granted to the local
Delta Sigma fraternity on June 18,
1919, the petition having been pre
sented on May 1, 1918, The char
ter roll includes 66 initiates, of
whom four are members of the fac
ulty, '■<>, alumni of Delta Sigmas snd
24 active members. Two Sigma
«'iiis. President E. O. Holland, Lamb-;
da '98, and Professor Frank Thayer,
Alpha Eta '12, are members of the!
Prophylactic measures are the re-1
demptlon of humanity, the cleaning
of he oral cavity i mouth I aml
Physicians and dentists concede
that 90 per cent of all ailments of
the body originate in the mouth.
The mouth is the dirtiest part iif .
the body, surgically speaking. You
can find all the germs on the cal
ander in the mouth yet there are
7.1 per cent of the people of the
world who do not (lean the teeth
and mouth. These 77 per cent are
committing suicide by the slow
route, by not keeping the mouth and j
Fifty per cent of the ignorant peo
ple do not know •what a tooth brush !
i.;. and would not know what to do i
with it if they saw one. The 25 per
cent intelligent, civilized, educated
people are too lazy or too busy to;
take the proper care of themselves.
You would be surprised if yon j
looked into the mouths or some of
these people for you could see evi
dence of the first milk and crackers :
that their mothers fed them.
It is no wonder people are always
complaining of their stomachs .heart.
rheumatism, neuritis, appendicitis,
uml tonsils, when they wallow their
food through this garbage can three
times a day.
Mow can a doctor's medicine do
the patient much good when ;t has
to go through this cavit) of germs
bacteria and parasites.
Have your dentist give your
mouth a good cleaning, and then
keep v clean by using a soft tooth
brush, good tooth paste, and -unie
alkaline antiseptic solution, ho this
five tunes a day and be well.
hit. P. .1. KAYLER,
NOTICE <»l HKAItING FINAL RE
h«>i;r AM) PETITION FOR
In the Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for Whit
In the .Matter of the Estate of Sarah
B. Duffey, Deceased.
j \otico is hereby given thai Robert
X'ill. the administrator of the estate
of Sarah E. Duffey, deceased, has
filed in the office of the clerk of said
ccuri his final account as such ad
ministrator, together with his peti
tion for distribution of said estate,
asking the courl to settle lid report,
distribute the property to the heirs or
persons entitled to the same, and dis
charge, the administrator, and that
Friday, the 28th day of November,
19 1 '■', at l 6:00 o'clock, in the fore
noon, at ihe court room of our said
superior court, In the City of Colfax,
in Whitman county, ha* been duly
appointed by said superior court for
tin hearing and settlement of said
final report and petition for distribu
tion, at which time and place any in
terested person in said estate may ap
pear and file objections thereto and
contest the same.
Witness, the Hon. ft, L. McCros
key, judge of said superior court, an I
the seal of said court affixed this
29th da) of October, 1919.
M. C. TRUE,
i seal i Clerk.
By Emma Frizzell, Deputy.
FOR SALE—Nine room modern
plastered house, 4% lots, good size
hi in and hen house on High St. Mrs.
• 'urn Butler, nov7-28
Cider apples. $1 6 ton.
Bred Shropshire ewes.
Four pure bred Shropshire rams.
One pure bred Berkshire boar;
ready for service.
Bundle wheat hay.- $20 per ton.
Three pure bred Berk.-.hire gilts.
At the Germain Place .
PIANO FOR RENT For year.
Call City Cafe, or phone 3394.
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nil I'ULLMAN HERALD
By MILDRED WHITE.
Abide Vail beat over the pan of peas :
she wns podding—rebellion in her :
firm-pressed lips and somber eyes. Da- I
vld was taking too much for granted.li
Jnst because they had heen looked i
upon „s sweethearts in their school i
days was no reason why the old order
should continue. Abide blntned Da
vid lor the general understanding; as 1
long us he insisted upon monopolizing
her evenings, li must continue. David,
was so dense'; Abble's 111-treatinent of:
him could not shake his allegiance,
i Shi- did md confess, even to herself,
that this devotion had bul recently
caused her annoyance, Previous to
the arrival of the handsome stranger
she spetned to enjoy it.
Abhle had net actually promised her-:
self to David, and since the advent
of J. Radford Rills she was const lons i
of many crudities In David's appear
unci and manner, of which she had :
been heretofore blissfully unaware.
■1. Radford, fastidiously correct In
dress, wlnnlnirly courteous in his
ways, was a formidable rival. Little
Abide was very proud as she walked
at his side down the main street.
Mrs, Vail had taken .1. Radford Sills
as :i summer hoarder, upon his recom
mendation from an old friend of hers,;
now located in that same city.
Abide Vail had looked with awe
upon their -nest, the neat sleeping
room seemed all at once hare and I
unworthy of such a presence, so -he
set about adorning it with favorite
trifles of her own.
The dining table, too, was dressed
with fresh flowers, nnd Abhle herself.'
dainty always In fresh muslins. And
David sat by, patient, vaguely trou
bled at her aloofness. Abide won
dered, with a thrill, what It might
be like to he loved by a superior be
ing, and her triumph came with start
J, Radford loved her, really loved
her, the little country girl, podding
peas on the old back porch Into a
shining tin pan. Only last evening he
had told her so. speaking In a glorious
way as a being should speak, compar
ing his love to the depth of the sea
nnd his constancy to the stars wfilch
David had never talked like that.
David was strangely shy before her,
always humble. So Abide Vail was re
bellious today, that David might not
know that she bad outgrown a sim
ple, silent love, that he must force
the know ledge from her In so many
With the acquisition of this admired
man's love Abide felt far removed j
from simplicity and homely surround- j
ings, She despised the broken place
on the porch, the peas in the pan. She
intended to be like the women her new j
lover had picturedwomen of his
world modish, charming. She hoped j
that her mother would sell the old :
place, and go with her to the city. |
After all. the farm was her own; It J
bad been grandfather's legacy to her, I
omitting Ids daughter's name from his
will because of a marriage which had
Mother had not minded; she knewj
that this was her father's way of be-I
stowing the homestead upon herself
after all. In her widowhood she knew
that Abbie's home would be hers also.
The banker had suggested that for
her to sell now would be a wise move.
Abide hoped her mother would agree
to the plan. They could all three live
happily in the city together after he!
and Abide were married.
Her face brightened at the sound j
of a step on the walk, but it was only
David. David, with his new-weary j
eyes, and kindly, believing smile.
He took no notice of Abbie's forbid
ding attitude, but dropped down on th*
step beside her, looking seorchlngly
Into' her averted face.
"So you haven't heard," he said with
a sigh of relief. "Beckon, then, I'll
be the first to tell the news, an' maybe
I can make it softer. It'll shock you,
Abbie, 'till you get used to the idea.
It's about that banking fellow. He
well, be Isn't what you have thought
him to be all along, dear; reckon—"
David smiled—"he's more what 1
thought him to be."
Slowly David took a city paper rom i
his pocket and unfolded It before the j
girl's widening eyes.
"A defaulter," read David, "hiding j
around in the country under an ns-i
sinned num.". Hot him this morning!,
walking along the main road and took;
him hack to town. Been keeping the
stealing up pretty clever for some time ;
back, the paper says."
Unconscious of the girl's stricken
face David folded his paper, and pat
It hack into bis pocket.
"And now girl, dear," lie said gently.
I've another kind of news that's bet
ter. You've been so busy lately yon
haven't asked much what I've been
doing. Abtle; there's the nicest little
bungalow on the main road that you
ever saw, and It's mine—mine and
yours, dear. whenever you want to say
to. Your mother. I reckon, '11 be hap
pier right here In her own old home."
"But. David." b-enthed Abbie—she
found her voice with difficulty— "V
haven't been loving you. David. I've i
1,,.en loving that—that other man."
David smiled bis patient smile.
■•(,., no you ain't dear." he said'
"You've Just been thinking yon loved]
him; it »»■ purl of thai wrong think- !
Ing of votsrs I knew ail the rime that;
you didn't, tind I've been right."
An you c:,n forgive me?" asked:
Abide, wondering. • ,
David nodded. •
•That* the kind of love I've got",
he said, j
lOpyrlfl.i, l"t W-Mriti N>»j_ue« '.'monj;
Why Discard that Worn Tire?
We can handle till your tire-ing troubles
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