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j Miss Pearl Hughey left Saturdax to assist .Mrs. Hinchliff, who lives east of Pullman, with he, house work. / Mrs. T. J. Bryant arrived Saturday from Fox Valley, Oregon, to spend a few months with her mother, Mrs. Andy Carrothers. . Mrs. C. O. Kellogg Is ill with ap pendicitis. Miss Belle Higgins, who has been at the Gritman hospital, returned home Thursday. . Mrs. John Swall visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Carroth ers, a few days this week. Little Norma, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. James Paullus, met with a very serious accident Saturday by falling with the palm of her hand on an up turned nail, forcing the nail through to the skin on the hack of the hand. Mrs. Bert West is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Paullus. G. W. Nelson of Lake Side. Cal., is shaking hands with his friends in this neighborhood. A. J. Whitten this week sold IB thoroughbred rams for $300 They will be shipped to North Yakima. Mrs. Harry Haxton, sister of J. W. Haines and mother of Roy and Perry Haxton, is seriously ill it her home near Albion. Don't forget that next Monday night is Grange meeting. Quite a good many from this neighborhood are attending the In terstate Fair at Spokane th's week, among them being Mrs. Nat Bryant, Mrs. J. M. Klemgard, Miss Lenna Pate and Messrs. Boyd Sheffield. Luke Lane and Walter Howard. Mrs. Joe Nafzigger, Mrs. Will Naf zigger, Miss Kate Inman, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higgins. Mrs. Story, Miss Minnie Story, Miss Myrtle Story, Mrs. Chris Nafzigger, Mrs. Walter Pritch ard, Miss Madge Neil and Miss Lena Henson were Moscow visitors this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Tories are the proud parents of a little daur/hter. A WORD WITH WOMEN Valuable Advice for Herald Headers Many a woman endures with noble patience the dally misery of back aches, pains across the hips, blue, ner vous spells, dizziness and urinary dis orders, hopeless of relief because she doesn't know what is the matter. It is not true that every pain in the back or hips is trouble "peculiar to the sex." Often when the kid neys get congested and inflamed, such aches and pains follow. You can tell it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark colored, con tain sediment; the passages are too frequent r>r scanty. Then help the weakened kidneys. Don't expect them to get well alone. Doan's Kidney Pills have won the praise of thousands of women. They are endorsed at horne —Read this Pullman woman's convincing state ment: Mrs. F. A. Hazen. 510 Morton St., Pullman, Wash., says: "Several years ago I had a great deal of trouble from my kidneys. There were severe pains across the small of my back and I was afflicted with a distressing kidney weakness. On a neighbor's advice, I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon relieved me. I am glad to give this remedy my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 30 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Uniteu States. Remember the name —— and take no other. Notice to Contractors ' Sealed bids will be received at the office of Wm. Swain, architect, Pi|ll man, Washington, up to 9 o'clock Oc tober 21, for the construction of the United Presbyterian Church at Pull man according to the plans and speci fications therefor. Bids must be ac companied by a certified check for $1000, payable to the order of the Building Committee as a guarantee °f good faith of the bidder that he WHI enter into contract if awarded the contract.. The Building Commit tee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Plans and specifications may be examined at the office of the architect at Pullman, or the Builders Exchange, of Spokane, -Washington. Oct4-ll :/>:: Go to McCann's ror Pullman and Pomeroy flour. 'v' MylOtf WAWAWAI Mr. C. A. Hayton joined his wife '' Pullman last Sunday 'and together they *« now taking in the Spokane Interstate Fair. Mf. Ben Kelly, who ins heen . m- Ployed by the A. P. o. Co. for the last two years as shipper here, has recently purchased 1100 aci- _ near Penewawn. They expect to take pos session in about six weeks. Mr. McPhadden of Seattle is spending a few days 'in his fruit farm. Mr. and Mrs. F. McKenzie are spending this week in Spokane. Anyone desiring an excellent cake recipe call 22x1 and inquire for Miss Ina Batty, who will furnish the de sired recipe. I The A. P. O. Co. will again re sume their pear packing October 2. It will only last three or four days, which will complete the season for this year. We were visited by a rain Monday night, but the sun is bright and warm again now. Both warehouses are very busy now getting grain in and stored be fore rainy weather. Mr. Howard Logan, who had a barber shop here, left this morning for Pomeroy, enroute for Spokane to attend school. PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD AGAINST APPENDICITIS Pullman people who have stomach and bowel trouble should guard against appendicitis by taking simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded in Adler-1-ka, the Ger man appendicitis remedy. A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation IN STNATLY because this simple mix ture antisepticizes the digestive or gans and draws off the impurities. White's Drug Store. Summons In the' Superior Court of the State of Washington, In and for the County of Whitman. John A. Lindner, Plaintiff, vs. Lana Lindner, Defendant. State of Washington, County of Whit man, ss. The State of Washington to the said Lana Lindner, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty (CO) clays after the date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 20th day of September, 1912, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attor neys for the Plaintiff, at their offices in Pullman, Whitman county, Wash ington; and in case of your failure so to do, Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the Complaint in said action, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of said ac tion is to secure a Decree of Divorce, dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between Plaintiff and Defendant. Dated September 19th, A. D. 1912. SANGER & DOW. Attorneys for the Plaintiff. P. O. Address: Pullman, Whitman County, Washington. Sep2oNovl Are you "fussy" about cheese? We have two kinds of full cream cheese, the "mild" and the "bity" kind, be sides Swiss, cream brick, Llmburger, Rinxter, etc. SANDERS GROCERY, Phone 39. 0.-W. R. * N. Time Card The new schedule will be as fol lows: Going to Colfax the motor car will leave Pullman at 7:20 a. m. and 1:05 p. m., and the mixed freight and passenger train at 7:40 p. m. Returning, the motor car will leave Pullman for Moscow at 9:55 a. m. and 4 p. m. and the mixed train at 12:10 p. m. FEMALE COOK WANTED—Ap pIy Theta Kappa house, Pullman. Phone 241. . • Sep2otf Household goods and a number of thoroughbred Rhode Island Red fowls for sale. D. B. Putman. Sep6tf CLOVEN LEAP DAIRY. The leading Dairy of Pullman. Phone Farmers 400. All cows passed test for tuberculo sis. First for clean milk by bacterio logical Inspection by State College experts. Place your orders for milk and Cream. 0ct.20-NoT.IO. ?^S/Z__**__</___SSS^ fBS9kZW^B99__V/__^__^K__^_S_K_ia IDEMOGBATIG till!) v it I Next Wednesday Evening Oct 9th I j Judge W. W. Black J jjj Candidate for Governor I State Senator H. M. White 1 ft Candidate for Congressman-at-large y $ i i . ! fe Will address the people of Pullman and vicinity on State fc < and National issues. A special invitation is extended to & fe women voters. The place of rally will be announced later h jYy wgaa*ff^T_ffiVfciTiTiyTy _>y^y^aTa_Bi-iiffi ———**—■ —*—■—~——■ —— Mj^ m ~^^^^^^^^*^*^^^^^*^^^m^*mmm^mmomj_-m_m____^____-_Wtm_mmW__-m__&_____mm m_^ __a_ ,l[| TBfBS tt ________________ — __m_w____ww_____ ___________________ | Saturday a Big Day MUSICAL PROGRAM At WOODIN'S Everybody come and have a good time. Saturday, October sth, from 2.30 to 500 p. m. A new and cozy rest room has been fitted up By Petterson s orchestra of c i a(es> where they can come and visit i Thoroughbred Engiemann with their friends and at the same time enjoy 2. Phantom Isle Williams - . -- - • • l 1 • '3. -Nedra" Reverie Atherton the music. We want you to consider this 4. That Demon Rag Smith store r sto re—make yourself at home 5. The Third Degree Bendiz * J 6. La paioiria Vradier and take full advantage of the conveniences 7. That Sneaky Glide Morse re a • 8 to a star Leonard offered you in our rest room. 0. Foam Fountains Boehnlein ' ' ' ' ■■ ■ ■ ' 10. Melody in F Rubinstein . d» fl _<\ f\f\ V* __. '.___* 1 11. I'm Going Back to Dixie.. Berlin & Snyder A •IpIU.UI/ vOHt ___^3.l_t 12. J'Aime Mom Amour Caryl! Saturday morning we place on sale upwards of fifty women's new long 13. Autumn Breezes King coats—many having arrived this week. Now these garment! are not of our 14. Ragtime Soldier Man Berlin regular stock, but are a special purchase from our New York buyers a map 15 La Fiancee Hartz they picked up at a big discount from the regular price. These self same , iiia- coats in regular stock would sell at $15.00 to (18.00. You will find all the 10. Sleepy Hollow. -Mien .... , new novelties in the assortment. , IT. Turkish Towel Bag Allen - d__f\ Saturday, Choice . Jj)IIJ.UU I WOMEN'S UNION SUITS NEW FALL SKIRTS SAVE YOUR SALES SLIPS 1 Women's heavy fleeced anion We are now showing the latest nov- We Give Premiums I suits pure white; fine Egyptian rot- pities in separate skirts: new cheviots, - I ton— a splendid $1.25 value. Special, cassimerea and heavy whipcords; Save every sales slip; they are worth I I per suit blues, grays, tans and browns; made money. Beautiful band-painted china B MEN'S UNION SUITS with high waist hand's; have little kick and fancy sets given away, in ex- | Men's good weight union suits: pleats to give freedom in walking; change for them. Come in and see this I derby ribbed; Egyptian cotton; splen- handsome skirts that we price handsome china AND SAVE YOUR I didly made and best $1.25 value m ■ • $5.85 to $3.00 SALES SLIPS. § _ Pullman. Special, suit.... -$1-00 w * " m. # ft ■ ' T i '-' ( \\ ' I"