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Friday. August I, H»L~_'
C. E. Jennings is threshing his full
Mrs. W. W. Robertson and Helen
called on Mrs. Hackstaff Tuesday af
J. W. Wolfe and family of Lewis
ton visited his parents, .Mr. and Mrs.
\V. H. Wolfe, from Saturday until
Mrs. C. H. Adams visited Mrs T
E. Wiley Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Benedict, Evelyn and Doris
were Monday afternoon visitors at
the 1.. E. Hackstaff home.
Mr. and Mrs. Brook and Helen and
Georgie Wolfe of Spokane, and Mr.
and Mrs. White were Sunday after
noon callers at the \V. H. Wolfe
Mrs, A. I-. Haynes and Miss Eve
lyn and Mi>. Kirn Me were Friday
evening callers at the Hackstaff
home, also Marie Wile}
Leonard Brown and family and
Howard Brown were Sunday visitors
at the Harry Haynes home.
W. M. Benedict and family visited
his sister. Mrs. Pink, at Albion Sun
The little son of Mrs. Stewart was
operated upon for the removal of
tonsils and adenoids a few days ago,
and is recovering rapidly.
Mrs. McDonald and Miss Gladys
Benedict returned home from Spo
Mrs. Ruth Kimble, who has been
at the home of her mother. Mrs. A.
L. Haynes, for several days, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Olyn Hodge \isit>-d
at the home of her mother, Mrs. A.
L. Haynes. Saturday.
R. J. Mengelkamp started combin
ing on Tuesday.
Mrs. Smith and Dorothy picked
loganberries at Mr. Hall's Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs Mack Hayes and
family were Sunday visitors at the
Travis home. Mrs. Smith and Dor
othy visited there in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall and son. John,
of Moscow, visited Ralph Hall Sun
day. Tn the evening they were visit
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Giles and two
children of Freewater, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gimlin and
family visited at the home of Roseoe
Mrs. Mengelkamp spent Friday af
ternoon with Mrs. Hall.
Mrs. Ennis visited Mrs. Draper one
day this week.
Bruce Quigg is sewing sacks on
the Crawford threshing machine,
while Clark Brownlee is working
with the Fallquist crew.
Ray Draper bound grain for Major
Draper last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Collins is visiting relatives in
Moscow this week.
Messrs. Mengelkamp. Luck and
Hall were business visitors in Mos
cow during the week.
We are still unable to get central
on the 29 line.
Rev. J. ovall of Spokane will
preach next Sunday at 11 a. Ui. at
the Banner school house.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson motored
to Colfax Sunday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid and son.
George, were dinner quests of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Reid at Albion Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson railed at
the A. 11. Ruth home Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davidson and
little daughter. Marjorle, are stay-
Ing at the Cochran home during the
harvest. Mr. Davidson had had lurk
Tuesday, losing a good work horse.
Word was received Friday from
Denver, Colorado, that Alphonse
King and Httle son. Clyde, are com
'ng to visit at the John Olson home.
T>ast Sunday Rev. Sahin of Albion
Preached a very good sermon at the
school house. He will again preach
Sunday the l?,th at 4 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owen and lft
t]e son. Arthur, called at the Ander
son home one day last week to get
V. F. Everett of Pullman called at
the Anderson home Monday.
Oscar Anderson started work at
y lO Kitzmiller warehouse Wednes
The r urtis threshing machine and
80 the Rdd-Lawson machine began
Mrs- Lewis of Pullman Is helping
™rs Carl Reid with the cooking dur
ln * threshing Reason.
Thp Johnsons motored to Moscow
Jas- Sm«» and Dr. Elwood Small
yarned from Montana Saturday
r" n * °ood crops are reported in
th« state this year.
Sunday vlgitom at the home of
"•• Isabella Taylor were Mr. and
Mrs, Walter Simpson and daughter,
Jeannetta, of Qartield Mr and Mrs.
Jeo Crelghton and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Uoyd Hush and family and Mrs
Mr and Mrs. w. H. Naffgiger and
son. Claude, spent Sunday afternoon
the C. K. Naffziger home
Mrs. Belle Harvey and daughter
Bernlce, of Pullman are flatting Mi
W. H. Gibson.
Mrs. Hugh Taylor called on Mrs.
Lloyd Bush Tuesday
Prances Hush spent Tuesdaj after
noon al the Bert Draper home.
The barn which has been under
construction ror Borne time on the
ranch farmed by Lloyd Hush was
completed last week.
Mrs. Bert Draper and Fra
Bush spent Mondaj afternoon with
Mrs [sabelle Taylor
Mrs. W. it. Naffziger and son.
Claude, spent Tuesday night with
Mr. and M, - i,, e ph Natfaiger.
Mr an, l Mrs. ('has. Sodorff ami
family called on Mr. and Mrs. .1. p,
Wagner Sunday evening
Mr. an.! Mis. Roy Lawson and son
called at the .1. R Greenwell home
E. K. Henry called on Helen Kln
caid Sunday evening,
Misses I.a Rue Marquis and Char
lotte Tottenhoff Oi Spokane spent
several days this week with Mr. and
Mrs. Miles Pendry.
Mrs. Frank Burnett of Conrad,
Montana, spent Monday with Mrs.
Mr.--. Foster Brownfield of iMill
man is visiting Mrs. Stanley Long
C. H. Klncaid started combining
on the J. R. Greenwell farm Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray and
children of Ewartsville called at the
('ha> Klncaid home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. I, Gillispie and son.
Roy. and Mrs. oilie Pendry \isited
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pendry Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Cray and family in Pull
Mr, and Mrs. McMurray and chil
dren, Mrs. Williams and children of
Col fax and Mr. and Mrs. H. Gillespie
of Ewartßville were visitors a few
days this week at the L. Brosa home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Emerson and
family visited Sunday with their
daughter. Mrs. W. Baird, near Al
Mr. and Mrs. Ice of Medical Lake
are visiting their daughter, Mrs. L.
Hand, for a tew days.
Mrs. Qeo. Farrand and daughter,
Beryl, spent Thursday with their
aunt. Mrs. E. Bennett, of Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Brosa. Mr. and
Mrs Giilegpie and Mrs. Williams
went to Spokane Monday and re
Mrs. E. B. James of Portland visit
ed a few days this week at the Scott
Mrs. Wm. Irwin and daughter of
Pullman spent Saturday at the Clar
ence Hinchliff home.
Mrs. Scott Getcheli and Mrs. K. 1!.
James called at the Jim Clark home
Mayda Getcheli returned home
I'riday after spending two weeks at
LaCrosse visiting at the Era Dris
The ladies of the neighborhood
have started a little sewing club and
met first with Mrs. Scott Oetchell.
Guests included Mrs. Will Halpin.
Mrs. C. D. Martin, Mrs. Wm. Irwin
and daughter, diva, of Pullman
Mrs. L. Stratton will next entertain
the club on August 17,
Fay Garrelts. who has been help
ing Mrs. Jim Clark the past two
weeks, has returned to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thonney
spent Tuesday evening at the Carl
Myers home in Pullman
Llia Myers is spending a few days
a' the Robert Thonney home.
W. 1!. Parr and family of Garfield
were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs
Ora Ethredge and called on Q I:
Ethredge and family in the after
The Rarber-Poteraen threshing
machiue started on the J. D. Carson
Mrs. Ray I. Guthrie and children
spent Sunday with her parents. Mr
and Mrs, M. A. Draper.
E. C. Hunton and sons. Ernest Jr.
and Eugene, went to the Ed Hunton
ranch to work in threshing this
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trull, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Petersen and Mrs. Fred
Adams were callers at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barber Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael called on
Mr. and Mrs. Ethredge Sunday.
Mrs, Roy Kirkendall and som
turned from Spokane Saturday.
Mr and Mrs Chester Phillips re-
Centlj arrived from .Montana and
spent a lew days at the Andy Mael
home They are now employed on
the Tate ranch.
Mrs. Fred Adams ol Deep Creek
is visitiiiK her sister, .Mrs. Henry
Miss Esther Mael spent the week
end with Mrs. Markay in Pullman
Mr. and Mrs. llarley Kihredue and
family of MOSCOW, Mr and Mrs.
James L. Ethredge called on their
parents, Mr. and Mra R. E. Eth
Mrs. Emily Murkaj and son.
Oei i ge, are going to cook tor the
Pettrsen-Barber threshing crew this
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mael and
Mrs. J. c. Lowe motored through
from Millings. Montana, and visited
Mr. and Mis. Andy Mael last week.
Mrs Claude Kirkendall called on
Mrs Jesse Grant Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ella Adams visited her broth
er, Andy Mael, part of last week.
Mr, and Urß J. H, Maston and Mr.
and Mrs Garrett Maston and daugh
ter spent Sunday at the Solon Sny
■l it home.
Mr, and Mi Roy Shafer visited
Mrs Shafer'H parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stirewalt, Sunday.
Mrs. .1. (). Cooper entertained her
brother and family and sister and
family from coast points last week.
Mrs. McKinn is working at the
\v. C. Maston home during harvest
Miss Lois Gasg visited her aunt.
Mrs. I K. Polston last w^ek.
Mr. and Mrs. C I-:. Jennings and
Mr. and Mrs. I" A Jennings and
daughter visited ;i t the It. C. Iled-
Klen home last Sunday.
Threshing began in this vicinity
The new Staley bridge was com
pleted last week.
Alex McPherson started his new
12-foot Holt combine harvester Mon
Louise Kttzmiller returned Sat
urday afternoon from Camp Grizzly,
where several groups of Camp Fire
Girls have been in ("amp.
Mrs. George Grant called on Mrs.
.1. Crawford Monday afternoon. Mrs.
Crawford leaves soon for a month
with friends on Snake river.
Mrs. Claude Reid and son have
moved to Unlontown.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Olson and Mrs.
Nettie Craves called on George Ely
at Chambers Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burnham
had as their guest Herbert Bum
hain of Moscow over the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McPherson am)
daughter, Miss Opal, were in Colfax
Sunday to see Mrs. McPherson'a sir;
ter, Mrs. Strevy, who is sliKlitly im
proved from her recent operation.
Miss Beatrice Kitzmiller spent the
week-end with Miss Dorothy Sparks
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Masek wen 1
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mis. 1,.
Mr, and Mrs. John ('lark and her
sister were guests of Mrs. Will Clark
and son, Paul, for a motor trip to
Miss Neva Hall visiied her par
ents near Viola Sunday.
Miss Rena Duthie of the Wolcott
School for Girls in Denver, Colo.,
who is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. [>. Duthie. in Pullman, was
the guest of Mrs L. R. Rucker and
Mrs W. H. Pritchard this week.
Several threshers and combines
began operations this week. E. E.
Snyder started on James Kent's crop
in Monday; Vollmer, Ryan & Kin
;aid on the J. M. Klemgard wheat.
31usser & Neil on the Cotters crop;
[Job Smith on his own crop. Gor
ton Klemgard and Clarence Holden
have been combining for over a
ireek. Mr, Smith reports his wheat
to be yielding about 4f> bushels per
icre, which is an excellent yield for
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard and
3on. John Robert, and Lenn Mael
-pent Sunday at the T. M. Pritchard
dome near Whelan.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Young are hav
ing an outing at the lakes mar Col
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Slusser and
3on, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs W. H.
Pritchard and son, John Robert,
■ailed at the 1,. R. Rucker home
Mis. Emma James spent from Frl
lay until Saturday of last week at
the J. M. Klenißard home.
C. M. and Nettie Durkowsky, Mrs.
Saudenmaier of Walla Walla and
Grandmother Fulfs spent Saturday
*t the J. R. Fulfs home
Clarence Haeder wuu a Colfax vis
itor last Wedneoday.
Berta Haxton Is vinitinn her
cousins at Albion.
Till II I,I.MAN Illl; \||i
Mr. and Mrs, F. A, Hodges .spent I
Friday and Saturday of last week hi
Mrs. Prank Burnett of Conrad,
Montana who was called here by the
death of her mother, Mrs. Well
was a guest at the R. E. Long home
Mr. and Mrs Fred Brannan, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold nrannan, Mr. and
I Mrs. c. A. Uranium and Miss Freda
Brannan spent Sunday at the Sher
man Brannan home.
! Mrs. L. J. Story. Lloyd, Mllburn
and Hattle Story spent Sunday even
ins at the Ben llenson home
Mrs, Emma James spent a few
days this week visiting at the Scot)
Mr. and Mrs. i, U. Rucker were
Sunday guests at the V. L. Higgins
-Mrs. i.. i; Rucker and Miss Reua
Duthle called on Mrs. c O. Slugger
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higgins. Mrs
J. M. Klemgard, Mrs. mm James
and Mrs. M. Parley spent last Friday
at the L. R, Rucker home caring for
Mrs. Rucker who was In a critical
condition from the sting of a honey
bee. Only quick and persistent work
on the part of these people and Dr. '.
L. G. Kimzey, who was hurriedly
called, prevented .Mrs. Rucker from
choking to death. The bee stung
her on the end of the nose, the poison
spreading through her body in about
ten minutes. It was only with diffi
culty thai she was able to call her
husband, who was working in a field
near the house.
Mrs. C. O. Slusser, Chris and Net
tie Burkowsky of Pullman and their
guest, Mrs. Sautenmaler, of Walla
Walla, called on Mrs. L. K. Rucker I
Scrub sires will he as scarce as j
hen's teeth in a few years if the
present rate of replacement keeps
up. Stay with it. fellows, let's put
Washington on a purebred map.
PROUD <>X HIS WORK
is the bread maker employed by
this bakery. No wonder! Our
loaf is the pride of the town, a
real work of art in the bread
line. Light, white, rich brown
crust, pure and nourishing—all
"sr Penny Wise
and Pound Foolish
Don't think because you can get a
big can of Baking Powder for little
money that you are saving anything.
There's Only One Way
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*°r »*ot ay* ?«of / mv^^\
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T'KT"LV' cent for each baking.
PJiggpl — You use less because it con- fmtsFW
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BRINGS "SfiNOMAN" IN HURRY
At Sleeplnducer, Amateur Psycholo
gist Has a Scheme Far Superior
to Counting Sheep
"Counting sheep" used to lip die
£:<■>■ recipe for koijiij to Bleep, You
simply closed your eyes, Imagined a
rail fence with a cap in it ami white,
woolly sheep jumping through, one at
a time. You counted them carefully
us they <•::mi-, and about the time you
pi»>t to about -"•">. why, off you dropped
itui tii • teur psjchologlsi sa> •<
counting sheep is old fashioned and
Impractical now. The trouble was, he
• ■\|ihniis. the people used their ItnaKlnn
:inn- i<ni much, lnsii<Mii of confining
themselves solely to ihe sheep, ihej
would Imagine a whole pasture, with
s and lulls ami H si<\ full i>f <-ii>uiis
heyond, and their attention was so dit'
Fused keeping track of the landscape
thai they couldn't keep their minds
concentrated <>n the sheep. Presently
they h»st interest und then old man In-
Romnla camped on their trail for sev
The newer and more scientific meth
od for hypnotizing yourself to sleep,
says the amateur psychologist, Is to
tiinl out your particular drowsy ob
session and concentrate.
"Wl 'never I feel B nerVOUS, wakeful
night coming on," he says, "I Imagine
myself in the interior of g vast, dim
I'uthedrnl, Only a single ray of light
Utters in and ii falls on th t > crossing
aisH>. An endless procession <>f hooded
monks Is moving slowly down this
aisle, and I count them as they puss
through the raj of light, one at a time.
My mind Is wholly engrossed with thin
slowly moving procession, and the In
terior of the cathedral ts so obscure
Htii! dim that It docs not distract me
at all. Sometimes I fancy I hear far
off strains of a pipe organ. The sug
gestion of music speeds the sleep In
"I never have to count more than a
hundred monks before the sandman
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL RE-
PORT AMI PETITION FOR
In the Superior Court ol the State
of Washington, In and for
the County of Whitman
in th>- Matter of the Estate of Jen
nie H. Miller, deceased
Notice is hereby given that Karl
C Miller, the executor of the will
;m<l hi the estate of Jennie n. Miller,
deceased, has filed in the office of
the Clerk: of Court his final re
port as such executor together with
his petition for distribution of said
estate, asking the Court to .settle
said report, distribute the property
to the heirs or persons entitled to
the same, and discharge said execu
tor, and that Wednesday, the :',othi
day of August, 1922, at li» o'clock!
a. in., at i he court room ol our said ;
Superior Court, in the City of Col
fax, in said Whitman County, has
been duly fixed by said Superior
Court for the hearing and settlement ■
of said final report and petition for
distribution, at which time and place
any person interested in said eHtate
may appear and file objections I
thereto and contest the same.
Witness, the Hon. R. L. McCros
key, judge of said Superior Court,
and the seal of said Court affixed
this 3rd day of August, 1922.
JOHN H. NEWMAN,
Clerk of Said Court.
DOW ft DOW, Pullman Wash.
Attorneys for the Estate.
-JOAN" VICTIM OF INTRIGUE
French Bishop Said to Have Been the
Tool in the Hands of the
Duke of Bedford.
Pierre Cauchon, bishop of Keaiivtila,
who was ambitions to become arch
bishop of Rouen, "framed 11 Joan of
Arc and Paused her to be burned at
the stake, according to Henry W.
Harris, Jr., writing In the Boston
The untutored maid who had
sparred the French on to vdctory, Just
ms England's hordes appeared to have
overrun the country, was captured
by the duke of Burgundy, a rebel
against the king of France, and he
sold her to the duke of Bedford, regent
for Henry VI, the boy king of Eng
land, for $110,000.
Bedford sought to discredit Joan of
Arc to her people, hoping In this way
to upset the coronation of King
Charles VII of France, and gain the
throne for the British king. Bishop
Cauchon, who was seeking Britain's
aid at Rome, was chosen as the tool.
He it whs who formed the court which
tried the maid and convicted her »f
heresy. She was ordered to be burned,
but th** sentence was commuted to
life Imprisonment on condition that
she quit wearing a page's costume,
wear women's garb Instead, and sign
a paper, or rather put a cross to It,
as she couldn't rend or write. She
did so. The paper was a "confes
sion" of all the framed-up charges.
Later she was tricked Into breaking
her vow anil was practically forced
to wear the page's clothes again.
Then she was "discovered" In this
garb, accused of breaking her vow and
ordered burned at the Stake.
TREASURE LOST TO WORLD
Book of Gospels, Belonging to th«
Cathedral of Reims, Supposed
Part of Hun Loot.
Conspicuous among the great liter
ary works that disappeared during the
late war was the famous Book of Gos
pels, not only the greatest treasure of
the cathedral of Reims but an object
of veneration to the French people
and the Slav race as well, which van
ished with the Herman army after the
battle of the Maine. Princess Anna
of Russia, the Slav consort of Henry
I, brought it Into France In the Eler
enth century, and thereafter every
ruler of France used It at Reims
when he made his vow to safeguard
the rights and privileges of the
Roman Catholic church. King Charles
X. the last French king crowned at
Reims, kissed the sacred volume In
sealing his coronation oath in 1825.
Peter the Oreat of Russia Journeyed
to Reims to see It, and received It
while kneeling and pressed It to his
lips and breast. It survived the
French wars of 1,000 years; it was
hidden away during the French revo
lution ; It reappeared with the Bour
bon restoration In 1815.
The hook was written In the Bul
gar language and was magnificently
bound with golden coverings set with
precious stones. Throughout eastern
Europe It was held In the greatest
veneration, for It was the most an
cient .Slav copy of the gospels.
Best results come from a cow
when milked by the same person.