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ional President of Farmers Union
Guest of Pullman Members Monday | ___ and enthusiastic audience Llers gathered in the W. S. C. | Slum at Pullman last Monday L. t their national president, *% Barrett of Georgia and T. J. J! ks of Tennessee. The dtsting- vls itors arived Sunday evening ' ere entertained at the home of i president Crow. Monday morn they met with tin- Pullman local ■ -biting members. The meotl n» U College auditorium was opened _\ selection by a sextette of col . girls which was heartily en- Id At en an Invocation by State plain Brumblay, President Bryan corn ed the speakers and audience the college, dwelling upon the nection between the work of the mer Union and that of the agri ura l college and experiment sta ' He aroused hearty applause _ he announced that the staff of experiment station had begun the _, of tho problem of scentlflc rkeling of farm products and jnd make public the results of I r investigations. He then in- I deed National President Barrett, _ -_— f WstSm.\ik ' If H _H_P£_. 411 "^2_Wwis VK)Og^Kmr r | The seal of approval The Grand Prix was awarded by the Brussels International Exposition to the $n__ft Premier *I^OT\__lSH^i__Sl» 3f Jr^^f Til. JLIiSIL over all competitors THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO., Inc., 1111 Third Aye., Scuttle, Wash. 7 Did You Work 7 • for Your Money • rgj It _____-_—■--_ Make It Work for You I Our 4 per cent interest bearing Certificates of Deposit, or Savings Department offers safe and profitable employment. Interest accumulates while snow is on the ground, while it •ins, and while you sleep. You can make your money work for you day and night, todays and holidays—- I All the Time The money you earn does not count for so much in deter ging your future. The point is, HOW MUCH? DO YOU SAVE » j i -Be wise as the squirrel. Lay away part of you acorns for 1 cold winter day. Let us help you with interest at 4 per Pfl compounded semi-annually. juie First National Bank .r::====== OF PULLMAN ===== == | HOME OF THE PALOUSE DOLLAR- who expressed his pleasure at meet ing the farmers of Washington but remarked that ho had no Intention of making an address, hut would leave the talking to T. J. Brooks. Mr. Brooks was next introduced. He is a born orator and delivered one of the most masterful addresses ever heard In Pullman. His keen wit and Hlgl of eloquence made a pro found impression upon his auditors and evoke,) frequent storms of ap- Iplause. | After the conclusion of this ad dress, the crowd insisted that Bar rett talk to them and he responded with a broadside of sound advice and friendly criticism whit . went, straight home. Ho told what the Farmers Union had accomplished in the .south and pointed out what it can accomplish in the northwest, but predicted that many mistakes WOUld lie made and many follies committed before the farmers would learn to work together in a business like way. With a knowledge born of experience he placed id--, finger on the weal spots of i! ■• farming class find criticised them without mincing words, but iv such a droll and kindly way 'hat no one could take offense, because all realized that he was tell ing the plain, wholesome truth. The college orchestra, led by Prof. Strong, save several selections which were enthusiastically applauded and the meeting adjourned. President Barrett, Mr. Brooks and several members of the Union were taken through the college library and Mien entertained at a dinner served by some of the students In the domestic science department, Sev etal members of the faculty were present and the dinner was thor oughly enjoyed, as was a subsequent tour or inspection of tho Domestic Science building. N.Vm.'ll'S WANNING Pullman People Must Itecognizc and Heed Ir. Kidney ills come quickly —mysteri- ously. But nature always warns you. Notice tin- kidney secretions. See if the color is unhealthy. If there aro settlings and sedi ment, Passages frequent, scanty, painful. It's time then to use Doan's Kid ney Pills. To ward off Brlght's disease or dia betes. I 'nan's have done great work in Pullman. Mrs. W. 11. Hammond, 501 Para dise Street, Pullman. Wash., .-.ays: 'About two years ago my kidneys be gan to trouble me. There was a dull, nagging pain across the small of my back and the least exertion tired me. 1 did not lave much ambition and I often noticed I hat tin- kidney secre tions were unnatural. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, i was led to try i hem and the contents of the first box brought -a. li great relief t hat I continued their use until completely cured. 1 hall always speak a good word for Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milhurn Co.. Buffalo, Now York, soli agents for tin United States. Remember the mime— 1 loan' ■ — and take no other. "Tin- Pay Envelope." "The Pay Envelope" is the subject of the sermon at the Baptist church next Sunday night. This is a spe cial occasion. being the opening of he new gallery built in the church this Week, which gives additional seating capacity for 160 people, An extra special musical program is be ing prepared for this occasion, con sisting of numbers by the enlarged orchestra, vocal quartette, violin cello duet, piano solo, etc. Rev, F. A. Agar, of Spokane, general mission ary of this district, will be present at this service. lie will also speak at P.. V. P. IT. at 6:30 and will preach at morning worship at 11 a. m. A warm welcome is given to all at till these services, but especially urgent invitations an- given to the evening services. Everybody goes. There's room now. Get the habit. The Golden Rule society of the Congregational church will bold their Christmas Bale December 16th and 17th, when handkerchiefs, aprons, plain and fancy dolls and dolls's clothes, and many oilier articles suit able for Christmas gifts can be bought. The sale will be held In the afternoon and evening of both days. Do not forget the time, Friday and Saturday, December I 6 and 7. The trial of W. D. Out man. which was to have been held in the courts at Bellingham this week has been postponed till February. Outman is charged with being connected with the alleged irregularities of the de funct liellingham bank. 11. .1. Welty was recently found guilty of a simi lar offense and sentenced to a term in the state penitentiary. The annual business meeting of the Christian church for the election of officers was held last. Wednesday evening. Lost — An ermine stole, the even ing of the Pasmore recital and fac ulty reception, either between the Auditorium and Stevens hall or at Stevens hall. Finder will be suitably rewarded for return of same to the Herald office. Dec. 2. Lost — Handbag, between A. E. Olson farm, southwest of town and Pullman last Saturday. Finder please phone Mrs. ion, Farmers 113. It Wanted —To buy some good milk cows. Address A. B. Nystrom, Pull man, Wash. dec2t4 EVEN FIRE DAY AND NIGHT The Patented Air-Tiebt Oonattoetton of Cole's Air Tight Wood Heater intuim that the fire Is Dew out frura tin- time the stove Is set up ln the full until taken down tn the ■print, ,( means a eombtwtlon of fuel so complete that you do not have to remove tbo •abet oftetur than Olid.- 11. two month". (U -32) mr^mWmm) W. 11. STHAUII (^Sggk^k «>I'«»™1 Specialist \lQffiis*>**** > ,l | xi.,;nSt .Pullman In bis office daily except, on first flvo days of each month. Correct glasses guaranteed. .Notice of it) Election. Notice Is hereby given, that there will bo an ha ion of the qualified electors of the City of Pullman, Washington, for the purpose of elect ing muni. officers, as follows: j Mayor, lor he term of one yea Councilman, at large, for the term of one year. Councilman, llrst ward, for the term of two years. Councilman, second ward, for the term of two years, Councilman, third ward, for the term of two years. City clerk, for the term of one year. City treasurer, for he term of one year. City attorney, for the term of one year. Election to be held on the 6th day of December, 1910. Polls to be open from 9 clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p, m Given under my hand ibis 21st day of November, 1010. GEO N. HENRY, City Clerk Nov.26tf Read In December Sunset Maga zine SAN FRANCISCO—-TIIE EX POSITION CITY. Superbly Illustra ted in Four Colors. Now on stile—All N. v, Stands— 15 cents dec 2- 16 Have your Xmas Photo work done before Xmas. Now is tin- time. Don't wait. Burn's, Pullman's Leading Photographer, oct 28tf Dr. King's date at Palace Hotel the 11th of each month. Attend to your eyes. Nov I 11 f . For first-class piano tuning call on.- 1 8, Nov. IS Dei Go to I 'tit iiii-'s for Royal Roso Flour. Delivered to any part of the city tor l .60 per Back. sep 23tf Money to Loan. The Pullman Savings nd Loan Association has money to loan on Improved property at reasonable rates. The principal and interest can be paid iii small monthly payments thus making tho 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, In a few years, If applied to Savings and Loan Stock, purchase you a home. 'I'll association has been ln op eration nearly nina years and has as sisted in building nearly 100 dwel ling houses In Pullman. It la 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. Notice Passengers leaving Pullman at 9 OB a. m. arrive at Spokane at 1:30 p. m., making direct connections at Colfax. \\ ANTED—By the Herald office (linn cotton rags in any amount. Time Table of the O. R. &N. It. R. I Train No. 81 to Colfax leaves Pull man a 9:05 a. m. Train No. 83 to Colfax leaves Pull man at 5:05 p. m. Train No. 84 to Moscow loaves Pull man at 12:05 p. m. Train No. 82 to Moscow leaves Pull man at 8:10 p. m. sep 1 6 IMPERIAL DAIRY Licensed Dispenser of Pure Milk and Cream All cows passed test for tubercu losis. Winners first prize in dairy con est at last Grange Picnic. Phone, Fanners Ox L. E. MOORE - - - Proprietor *"t'"iti" — ■—. I ■ II ■■■■,■■■l. >,■.■■- -II _|| Dr. Edna Blake J OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Diseases of Women and Children Treated Successfully Without Drugs WEBB BLOCK -- PHONE 38 i ""'■"■'"'■■■■■■■■"^■■■«««»»S"M______________________ B a__M_____r J. P. Duthie Frank Stephens Pullman Transfer & Storage Co. Dealers in lirick, Lime, Cement and Sand. We make a specialty of moving household goods and pianos. Call on us and give us a trial. Office, 907 Grand it. mWW WA ' '"""'V _T^^S__ I w* j '__W'„% \ II ft _■ I jT^ 3mf~\*\f ______ 1 W ■ ' l_frj ' _■ >^t______ip^^ -fll /I .__,„_£'-____^l',l^ _ Posts the Farmer On Market Conditions jVFO useless trips to town for the progres *> sive farmer. His Bell Telephone saves him all of that. ''"' 1,-itest inarkcl quotations arc his, and In- waits till iiinrkel eniiiiii ions tire right before shipping produce. Tile 1.. I! 'lele|i|ioin is as necessary to (lie up the minute farmer as arc modern agricultural implements. lie must have but li. Consult our local management and join the ever in creasing host of farmers who are Hell Telephone subscribers Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. ,-,... - , _____ mmmmmmfmmmwmmmmmmfm » • \W . ' ... 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