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■|^^rrl e Young and son Howard If-?"ldaffof Portland, where How- IPSII attend school. . Mrs. Young pVtb: return to the Palouse "me this fall. V I HlBK lns last week Bold a th°" [ hbred Poland China hog to Eli Lti»- Kamerer is attending high _ ho in Pullman this year ' and is ling bis home with Mr. and Mrs. 'Ltler, formerly of this neighbor hood. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Turnbow have noved'-?- Pullman, where Mr. Turn er expects to run a dray. Mrs. XV. H. Kincaid and daughter flta spent Sunday afternoon at the ;. H. Kincaid home. Miss Ella Houck has returned to oilman after spending her vacation Ittheuomeof her mother, Mrs. A, F. jarrothers. M, J. Murray had the misfortune of toning a horse last Sunday. Dr. Held fjng was called, but too late. Mrs. Hinchliff and daughter Mar ia spent Monday afternoon at. the i P. Carrotners home. Mrs. C. H. Kincaid has secured Its. Clark to help with her work _ fall and winter. Mrs. May Kincaid visited her sister I Spokane this week. Upon her re ira she will take a position as cook f$L The Boy's ~R__vj_*___. ** tThe Boy's must have a new fall FALL SUIT Of course the boy must have a new fall YW$ Suit, and it must be a good one. If HSjr there is any person in the family that TraJL^r needs good clothes JlfH IT IS THE KNEE PANTS BOY To stand the wear and tear that every healthy boy gives his clothes they need to be good. It pays to get the best, not only in dollars and cents, but in comfort, health and appearance. YOU MOTHERS who are careful buyers will find much to commend you to our Suit Department. You will find here the substantial, guaranteed quality and the honest prices that have made this de partment the best place in Pullman to outfit the children. Our Knee Pant sizes, 2 1-2 to 17 years— $3.00 up to $9.00. Especially strong line $4.50 to $8.00. Children's Over coats, 3tc 8 years, are here. Older boys' Over coats not in yet but will follow soon. ~.r 1 1 |j^-. _--_. . "»**',*?*> mt_J* *•** \". 1,.: •-"'.. ~ '-■.. t.... ■-. - ..... iiii|iimiiij .. •*—r» >t Boy Scout, j|^y_J^BSM_S_S_Sa SWF ATFR Imn The Best Stocßin 2 MaKers I UlI-L-i-l-Lli S |g> in the Country have done their best on H Got up to match the boys I 1111 IS BOY SCOUT STOCKINGS ; Scout Hose. Comes in a || |^^^S M. ___ study by experts desirous of turning out f| beautiful shade of brown,|j:H real "hikes" I military collar, bras?, mili- || TO|| \%* and in other sports prove the superior wear i tarv buttons gold and || HIH *_* aII around quality of this wonderful, hosiery. B breast of a Boy Scout in Ij Blit"s r.ever wants any other brand! || t> BOY SCOUT $_F t^T^B-_tff_nK_-£ !/__.' »_"^^___fl \\ " _K^V • _____&_/ PV HJw^l _B^^__rW_a__-.J ' f \t\ T" rt* ~ J ' "' *-& ___ I" HP* ___ _p' vWld'_K* ■AtTs^Hp*' w"_\ / V^y* J^Si_~~". v* __. _fla HE Kg! _* WrT^ Jr_TC?_^JH*- L-_rT.-^ lir " feltr V_M_t(' a__.i£^ v.l* 1* ' I^*m^\ ' O'^'Yji The Boys' Fall Hats and Caps are here. Our New fall line Bath Robes came this week. The handsomest line we have ever shown-$5.00 up Burgan-Emerson Company k hiUmmn IKS* £ufllit Store Washington Pullman "I 0 Muaxn y *wl* for the PI Delta Phi Sorority, who have the LaFollette residence. Mrs. .1. S. Klemgard and son Gor don were at the farm Monday. Threshing is again In progress and nearly all the grain will have been threshed by the end of another week. Mrs. .1. M. Klemgard had quits ■ serious accident Monday while wash ing While rubbing a garment she ran a rusty needle into her hand, the needle then breaking o.T, leaving about half of it in the flesh. She ran nearly half a mile to tho V. l. mug gins home, but the needle could not '"■ removed. Mrs. C. _, Kincaid was called, who took her to Dr. Magulrt*. who, with Dr. Slse, performed an op eration on her hand, but were unable to remove the needle, as it had buried Itself between the muscles, .and to cut them would mean a stiffened thumb) It. is thought that, It will in time work its way out, and will he allowed to do so, unless the thumb becomes in fected. Mrs. Emma Johns and two children arrived Monday evening from Mon tana to visit the W. F. Paullus fam ily, Mrs. Johns is a sister of Mrs. Paullus. By the overturning of a combine on the James Em inert, farm Tuesday, Al bert McGee bad one of his legs broken just above his shoetop. Dr. Maguire was called, who set the bones. .lack Halliday was here this week from Washtuckna visiting his sister Mrs. M. E. Rucker. No. 4699 REPORT OK THK CONDITION OK Vho First National Bank At Pullman, in the state of Washington. at the dote of business, September Ist 1911. RF.SOURCE9 Loans and Discounts. . fM)lO] 41 Oirerdrafts.secnred and unsecured U77i 04 U. S,.Bonds to secure circulation .".onoo 00 Honda, Securities, etc 1957 10 banking house Furniture and fixtures!. list 47 Other real estate owned 4790 02 Due from state and Private Banks and Rankers, Trust Companies and Sav ings Banks . 2116 90 Due from approved reserve agents 54063 „ Checks and other cash items .4 _ Kxchange for Clearing House 298 80 Notes of other National Batiks 135 00 Fractional paper currency,nickels,cents 154 19 Lawful money reserve in bank, via: Specie 12497 05 Legal-tender notes 590 00 13087 05 Redenutlon fund with U.S. tteasurer(s per cent of circulation) 25n0 IK) "Total $473311 77 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in % 50000 00 Surplus fund lowt 00 Undivided profits, less expenses ami taxes paid 13:«.. 150 National bank notes outstanding 50000 00 Due to other National Banks 13S'( 18 Due to State and Private banks and bankers 7421 93 Individual deposits subject to check 221136 32 Demand certificates of deposit 3.199 87 Time certificates of deposit 81818 97 Certified Checks Bills payable, including certificates of . deposit for money borrowed 35.000 00 Total $473511 77 State of Washington, County of Whitman, ss: I, J. J Rouse, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state merit is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. J. RCUBK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ilth day of September, 1911. D. B. PUTMAN, Notary Public. Correct—Attest: E. S. Bur.an, N. H. J. ('.entry, M. W. Whitlow Directors, I CROCKERY, CUT GLASS AND CHINA Jl I CROCKERY, CUT GLASS AND CHINA 8 ft Have you visited our Special Sale in our CROCKERY DE- 9 S^ PARTMENT. A saving from 10 to 50 per cent _$ fi Remember this Sale Only Lasts two More Weeks « g— — : - —_-_-—■__-_, a SJust Received a Number of New Pianos ft > Prices Right Easy Payments § (< __= — __— _, 3 g Waters Furniture and Piano Store n <&Bgy/gga-«-y is-vsey /^?wcy /*_\v_y >ggxo-y^c\^ _■-■_*---■-_■-■__■■__————■_—-_---——_____——___________,__, M _ M _________________________________________________ Take Some Home for Sunday Dinner! What? ICE CREAM BRICKS Get 'em at DUTTON'S The Chocolate Man _____ EASY TO START, EASY TO STOP, inexpensive to operate. Anyone who wants a small, com pact, powerful engine for pumping water, churning, operating cream sep arator or printing press should pur chase a STOVER GASOLINE ENGINE We also have the agency for the Demlng Power Pump. Come in and see them work, Just the thing to save time and labor on the farm. J. E. HAMMOND Plumbing, Heating and Tining Olson Street, Call and See Our Summer Time Specialties ROBERT BURNS Leading Photographer. L. B. MILLER Watchmaker and Jeweler Pullman, Wash. JOHN SQUIRES Farm Lands City Property Mortgage Loans Flat Iron Block Notice of Settlement of Final Account In the Superior Court of Whitman County, State of Washington. In the matter of the estate of Harriet K. Roberts, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Thomas ' Neill. administrator with the will an nexed of the estate of Harriet K. Rob i crts, deceased, has rendered and pre ! sented for settlement and filed ln said Court his final account of his administration of said estate, and 1 that Saturday, the 23d day of Sep -1 tember, 1911, at the hour of 10 I o'clock a. m., of said day, at the court : room of said Court, In the city of j Colfax. Whitman county, State of Washington, has been duly appoint | ed by the said court for the settle ment of said account, at which time and place any person interested in ! said estate may appear and file his | exceptions in writing to said account and contest the same. Dated, August 21, 1911. George H. Newman, Clerk aug 25-sep 22. I louses neai college of all sizes for rent or sale. SANGER & DOW. Sept. sir | For clean, pure, unadulterated ! feed, call on Pullman Mill Co. aug 11 tf If you want the best bluestem flour on the market call for the Pull ' man Mills' flour, aug lltf Anyone knowing themselves In debted to the Pullman Mills for goods I received up to July Ist, please call and settle, as the mill has changed ! ownership, and old accounts must j be settled. Aug. 11 tf Furnished Rooms to Rent I have several large, well lighted furnished rooms to rent near the high school building. Mrs. J. E. Nessly, 803 Church street. All piano tuning during the month of September will be $:;. Call phone 78. .1. _'. Osborn. Sept. For Rent—Two large rooms. Third house from Franklin school, 411 Water St., Sept.St4 Houses near college of all sizes for rent or sale. SANGER & DOW. Wanted —Girl to do housework. W. li Strong, 1714 Monroe, Pullman. tf. Our meat market Is now running in connection with the grocery de partment. C. R. SANDERS' CO. Allen's Business College ••The Standard" The only school in the Northwest that will allow you to hold half of your tuition until after you graduate and secure a lucrative position. Our graduates are the best qualified and secure the best paying positions. Our new catalog is now ready for you. Ask for it. Address the principal, W. E. Allen, 01907 Washington St., Spokane, Washington. LUMBER NOT HIGH We will sell GOOD DRY SOUND 4 inch Flooring Rustic Ceiling or Drop Siding at from 10 to 15 dollars a thousand. Boards one dollar less. Price depends on quantity wanted and distance you are from our mill. Ask our man'to show you the stock. . -"£_£.. The Potlatch 1 a_la-£_i , ; &■;■&.;• Go to Duthle's for flour and mill feeds. For sewer construction and re pairs, see Oscar Amos. Baled hay, rolled oats and barley. June2tf. P. C. I. Co.. 711 Grand St. Best line of screen doors Id town. Juno 2tf. P. C. 1. C, 711 Grand. St. Go to Duthle's for Paints, Oils. Varnishes and Sunshine finishes for floor and furniture. Also standard vail finish. - or Kent —Suite of three rooms, nicely furnished.—Mrs. W. L. White aug lltf See George N. Henry for Farm and drain Insurance. aug lltf Mrs. C. H. Buell dressmaking at Inline. Phone No. '_'17. Aug. 1 THE IMPERIAL DAIRY Is all that the word signifies. Purity, Cleanliness and Excellence of Quality are our watchword*. L. B. MOORS, Prop. Phone Farmers 9x. Pullman. Wash. PROMPT and Careful . Service We have engaged in (lie transfer end Storage business and are equipped with good teams mid a large ware house. Our headquarter* are at Loo Allen's Hardware Store. If you want anything hauled or stored, ring up Phone 24. CITY TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. /^^^ DR. KING has V__Y_\ \\__\ so'-1 is interest in W^JJ^ The King Optical Co. an d The King- Co., Spokane. His office is now 326 Paulsen Building, Spokane. ....DR. A. E. SHAW.... DENTIST Office: First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pullman Hours: 8 to 12 a m., 1 to 5 p. m. Sept. Btf Visit The ACME B A RBER SHOP For a clean Shave and good Bath 118 Main St. - Pullman, Wash.