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LADIES: Call and see our Hand Needle, work, Perforated Patterns and Stamped Goods. CflFree lesson on pieces sold. ■ i Ye have a large assortment of other bargains on our 5c and 10c counters that will pay you to come and see The Gem Variety Store JABERG BUILDING 120 MAIN STREET —in mm in ur i i i imw i«umimi - Th#* Tirnp* t0 uy your furniture is 1 lit? A lIIIC wnen you see : TU PlarsO that has the lliC * ****-'v; right prices on The Goods tl m KIMBALL & ROTH V Furniture and Undertaking PULLMAN WASHINGTON Pullman Wagon & Carriage Works Just Received i Slock of Yellow Poplar for Buggy Boxes. I Complete Stock of Best Automobile Oils. Cam, and skr the Famous WINONA WAGON, j Your Buggies and Spring Wagons Made Like New. At your service for all kinds of Shop Wood Work Also General Blacksniithing. L. B. STIVERS, Workman and Proprietor 719 Grand St. raji».autivmo&xmsmmm<tmKsmMmms^_m^ __- . II I IF YOU want a &3l g J * I Suit of Clothes I you naturally I want the best for the ;^;^^k I money you want to " "\Ml>^^^^ ft I "'?■ / ■ ■ • C^e^\__W__y. §. Inßl I pay. You want good ffi^^^» 1 value and a suit that \i^^)Wm will look neat and Mp&l^k Wear Well. Everybody does. _ Now we claim to give all * fA^^e^^-^AM^i this to you, and there is no I■ ■^_w'!_^vt':_ reason why you shouldn't [ffis_w_f \_WWm give us a chance to prove w_A^^i \il^li it. t]JThe prices we ask <> _ffla H&J'f are always below the good- *°, Wsm_m\ B^ff ness put in : : : : : \\ W^jm \»'' H. H. HASKELL _S 1 Togs for Men. Pullman, Wash. fia**^ ___W It Will Pay You Not to overlook our bargains in furniture that was damaged by the flood. 25 to 50 per cent discount on Rugs, Dressers, Chif foniers, Dining Tables, Iron Beds and Springs. Some of them half price and less : : : : We have added a PIANO Department and we carry some of the highest grade made. Prices right. Cash or easy payments. Waters Furniture Store LOCAL NEWS C. XV. Waters, of Palouse, was In the city Wednesday. J. G. Gibson, of Moscow, was in the city yesterday. The Oregon Agricultural College and XV. S. C. will play base ball on Rogers Field next Thursday and Fri day. The State College track team will meet Idaho, at Moscow, on the SOU) lust. The Pullman Boosters base ball team will meet the Rosalia nine, on the city grounds, Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Mis. Harris, mother of Mrs. J. B. Sanborn, suffered a stroke of paraly sis Wednesday afternoon. The lady Is 84 years of age. H. I!. Shaw, school land appraiser for the office of the state land com missioner, was in this city on busi ness Monday, The pastor of the M. E. church announces that the evening meetings will hereafter commence at 8 in stead of 7:30 o'clock. E. 11. Kilham, manager of the Lewiston printing and binding es tablishment, and president of the Lewiston Commercial Club, was a Pullman visitor Tuesday. Attorney F. E. Sanger has been en gaged as coach for the State College base ball team. Mr. Sanger was a former star player on the I Diversity of Michigan nine, knows the game in every detail, and should develop a pennant winning team. John Reese was In the city from Nez Perce, Idaho, the early part of the week. Mr. Reese was a well known farmer of this vicinity four teen years ago, when he sold out and moved to the Nez Perce country, which was then just opening up for settlement. J. 08. Scobey professor of agri culture at the State College during the Lilly regime, died at Portland, Oregon, Wednesday. He had been BUfffering from rheumatism and Bright's disease for some time, and had been confined to his bed for sev eral weeks past. Mr. Scobey was prominent in Washington State poli tics for a number of years, but had been practicing law at Portland since 1905. Supper will be served at the Me thodist church at 6:30 o'clock Sat urday afternoon following the work to he none by the citizen i under the direction of the alt./ beautiful coin- mittee. At this supper Prof. Thorn- ber will speak on the subject ot laud scape gardening as applied to the home. Other speakers will take up other phases of the idea of mak ing the city more beautiful, so it. is evident that the getting of a square meal is not the only incentive! for at tending that supper. Meat is still a scarce article, and the markets are taxed to their ut most to get. enough to supply the de mand I. E. Hpinshaw returned last night from Garfield county, where he rode several days hunting for beef to supply his market, hut was able to obtain only a few head. The car cass of a cow that he had shipped down from a Spokane wholesaler cost him 1 1 cents per pound, so It Is little wonder the man who eats a porterhouse these days misses what it costs him. There does not appear to be much relief in sight till the mass beef comes on the market in June. D. B. Putman & Son Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals and Surety Bonds. A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS No. 103 320 acres . . $81 per aire. No. 221 255 acre* . . 100 per acre. No. 100 100 acres . . 51 per acre. No. 101 100 acres . . 75 per acre. No. 225 51 acres . . 75 per acre. No. 230 HO acres . . 60 per acre. No. 102 210 acre* . . 00 per acre. No. 217 100 acres •-; 75 per acre. No. 005 400 acres . . 71.50 acre. No. 211 800 acre* . . 75 per acre. All good farming land. Come in and let us tell you about them. D. B. PUTMAN & SON 005 Grand Street. Phone Main 71. Clean-up day, Saturday, April 30 it's up to you. Bronze turkey eggs for hatching. Phone Red 4 61. Pullman, Wash. Seymour Manning was over from the county seat the early part of the week. Pres. Brya/t went to Spokane Mon day to meet Governor Hay, who came over from Olympia. The Whitman County Pomona Grange will meet in Pullman on May Bth. Attorney Mathews leaves today for Buhl, Idaho, to oversee work on his 80 acre Irrigated tract. Claude llaynes has purchased the 160 acre farm of T. E. Conner, four miles from town, at $80 per acre. Ike M. Bedell, district agent for the Holt Harvester Company, and well known in this vicinity, diet! at Lewiston, Idaho, last Friday. Judge H. W. Canfleld was in the city Monday en route to his home at Colfax from Asotin, where he had been presiding In Judge Miller's court. Geo. Gill, brother of Mrs. Mattie Quarels, was operated upon at the St. Ignatius hospital at Colfax, for appendicitis, last Sunday. He rallied nicely from the shock of the opera tion, and is now doing well. W. H. Kincald, who recently pur chased the Spurgeon residence pro perty on College Hill, has bought the barn on tho Walter Davis place and moved It over on to his own property. • Miss Orilla E. Miner will have a Ceramic exhibit and sale in her studio in the Webb block on the days and evenings of April 29 and 30. The exhibit will show not only the work of her pupils, but much of her own. All are invited to attend. The theme for the morning ser mon at the Christian church, Sun day will be "Giving." In the evening the congregation will join in the union service at the M. E. church. Fred Huist, formerly cabinet mak er in the wook-working department at the college, has returned from a visit to his old home in England, where he went Just before Christ mas. Mr. Huist has returned firm In the belief that while his native land is all right, it is "too bloody slow," and he is glad to get back to Ameri ca. John Melvin, local census enu merator, Is making excellent progress in counting the peoplo of Pullman, stating that he finds the work made much easier by reason of the Infor mation given the people through the press, nearly all being ready with the replies to tho numerous Inquiries. There being practically no foreign il literate population here, the work of the enumerator Is free from the difficulties that are before tho enu merators in many other places. Raisin Day, April 30, 1010. The above date has been set apart as an annual event by the people of California in which all are asked to join by eating raisins in the form of "Raisin Bread," or In any other form that may bo desired. The ob ject of this special day is to create a wide-spread raisin sentiment that will result in a greater demand for that fruit, and to direct the atten tion of all good housewives to the excellence of the raisin as an article of food. The good people of the northwest aro invited by their neigh bors to participate In the pleasant custom and "broad" raisin broad on April 30th. April 23-3. Manufacturing Industrie* Listed. A special agent for the listing of data for the census relative to manu facturers and manufacturing indus tries was hero last week, and found 21 establishments that came within the scope of his work. Of these various local establish ments that aro classed on the sched ule as manufacturing industries, the Herald printing office stands first as to the number of people employ ed during the period of the last cen sus year, and as to the amount dis bursed in wages. This establish ment likewise occupies first place among the printing establishments of the county for volume of business done, number of people employed, and amount paid out In wages. Milch Cows for Sale. We will have 12 or 15 nice young milch cows in Pullman for sale about May 15th. Allen & Crevllng. TO TALK OF CONS! ION Union Service at Methodist Church Sunday Evening to lie Addressed by Physicians. Th.- great white plague win be the subject discussed at the Metho dist church Sunday evening, when local physicians will address the un ion service participated In by the con gregations of all the local arches Consumption nnd its prevention and cure has occupied the attention of men of science and of the laity, with Increasing Interest for th.- past few years, and the State ami tuber culosis league, which has been ac tive in disseminating Information on the subject, asked the pastors of all the Churches In the state to make that the theme for next Sunday even- Ing. In accord with the request, the local pastors arranged for the union service at the Methodist chinch, ami engaged Doctors Campbell and Else to explain the dread disease and how it can best be combatted and evented, and the physician-' will occupy the time of the usual even ing service, which will begin at 8 o'clock. The general public Is in vited. Pullman Boosters are Beaten. Up in British Columbia they have the base ball fever about as bad as they have on this side of the line, but the Canucks seem to think that prac tice on this side of the line Is good for their dispositions, therefore the .Moose jaw representatives of the Twilight, league came to Pullman yesterday and trimmed up our "Boosters" by the score of IS to 1, and worse slaughter was prevented only by the timely assistance of Um pire Sanger and the closing of the game in Die eighth Inning. The Moose Jaw team has been do ing its spring practice work over at Palouse, and came to Pullman for its first tryput of Die season. Its players were Skeels, pitcher; Mc intosh, catcher; Miner, Ist base; Jones, 2nd base; Greguare, 3rd base; Bell, ss.; Scanlon, r.f.; Crocher, c f.; Bechitt, l.f. The Boosters who were led out as lambs to the slaughter were Mulr, pitcher; Pape, catcher; Fin ley, Ist base; Kruegel, 2nd base; Thompson, and Gaddis, 3rd base; Moss, s.s.; Keinholz, r.f.; Dalquest, c.f.; Thorpe, l.f. The features of the game were the making of the only score for the Boosters by Kruegel, he coming home on Thompson's three-bagger. Miner and Mcintosh each had home runs to their credit. The Miner in the line-up of the Moose Jaw bunch is Will Miner, of this city, he having signed with the Twilight league for the season. Special Bay in the Methodist Sunday The Methodist Sunday School is preparing to observe next Sunday as Parents' Day. The object of the day is to show parents and visitors the nature of the work that the school Is doing. Special features are being arrang ed. Professor Gittleson will favor the school with a violin solo, and Mrs. Allison will give a reading. The opening exercises will be largely conducted by the Primary Sunday ln their regular work. The school has been growing. Last Sunday the attendance was 2 11, and next Sunday 300 are expected. Sale of Blooded Stock. The annual Spring Breeders' Auc tion Sale of pure bred shorthors from prise winning herds will take place at the Union Stock Tarda, Port land, April 26th; also 50 registered Holstelns and 150 fine horses will bo sold at Portland Country Club Race Track, April 27th-29th. For catalogue, apply to Portland Horse Sale Co., 373 Yamhill St., Portland. April 23. Money to Loan. The Pullman Savings and Loan Association has money to loan on Improved property at reasonable rates. The principal and Interest can be paid in small monthly payments thus making the Savings and Loan plan a desirable one for persons having a moderate Income. Or, if desired, the entire loan can be paid at any time without any bonus. The money you are now paying for house rent will, ln a few years, if applied to Savings and Loan Stock, purchase you a home. This association has been ln op eration nearly nine years and has as sisted in building nearly 100 dwel ling houses In Pullman. It is com posed of local people exclusively, its members being those persons who have taken out loans or have pur chased savings stock. For particulars apply to any of ficer of the association. J. N. Emerson, president; M. K. Snyder, Secretary. Idaho and Washington Frcshlcs Meet. j A Freshman track meet between the first year men of the state col lege and the first year mem of the University of Idaho Is being arranged between Graduate Manager John H. •loins ami the Idaho manager. The meet is to be held in Pullman prior to the first intercollegiate track moot of the year. The Fresh men of the two Institutions met last year at this place, Die W. S. C. first year men winning out by a big mar gin. Last year the state college had in its freshman class such men as Jack Nelson. Ralph Dowry. Harry Conover and ninny others who starred 01. the varsity team later in the year. The principal object of the meet Is to give the coaches some sort of a line on the new material and to liven up the interest among the athletes themselves. "I have been unable as yet to tell what kind of new mater ial I have to work with this year," said Coach Bolder of the State Col lege track team. "The freshman meet with Idaho, which Manager Jones is now trying to arrange, will give me this opportunity and I am therefore heartily in favor of it. "All that we need here now to de velop a first-class track squad is a little continued good weather. We have had some nice days this year, but they have been so Intermittent and sprinkled with cold, raw days, that consistent training has been out of the question." For Sale ftarn/16x4 8. Enquire 712 Grand street Stock Cattle Wanted. Five hundred head of stock cattle for the range wanted. Phone or write Allen & Crevling, Pullman, Wash. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In Justice's Court, before George N. Henry, Justice of the Peace in and for precincts 41, 51 and 64, Whit man county, State of Washington. Nell Stewart, Plaintiff vs. A. Drisl.il, defendant.. To A. Driskil, the defendant. In the above entitled action: In the name of the State of Wash ington, you are hereby notified that Neil Stewart, of Pullman, Washing ton, has filed a complaint against you in said court, which will come on to be heard at my office In the City of Pullman, County of Whitman, State of Washington, on the 7th day of May, 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day, and un less you appear and then and there answer, the same will be taken as confessed, and the demand of the plaintiff granted. The object and demand of said complaint Is to recover the sum of |36.30 which Is due on a promissody note and an account, both of which are for goods, wares and merchan dise that you purchased of The Ste wart Clure Hardware Company, of Pullman, Washington. You are further notified that cer tain personal property of yours has been attached to secure payment of said debt. Complaint filed March 17, 1910. Geo. N. Henry, Justice of the Peace. Notice. Having sold all my stock In the Palouse Country Improvement com pany, I have again opened up busi ness at 907 north Grand street, and will handle wood, posts, flour, feed, hay, grain, the .Well known Neath & Mllligan Paints, building material and lumber car lots, and would be pleased to sec my old custo mers and new ones who will always receive fair and/ courteous treat ment. Yours, J. P. Duthie. LOWigEi May 2nd and i>th Juno 2nd, 17th and 2tth July Bth anil 22nd TO CHICAGO ST. LOUIS MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITY ST. PAUL, ETC. VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. on through electric lighted trains For further Information regarding rates, berth reservations, etc., apply to local agent, or write J. J. SCHERR. T. P. A., 701 Riverside-, Spokane, Wi.