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The choir of the Federated church
under the leadership of Professor
Taylor, is arranging for a Christinas
cantata to be given on the evening
of December 14.
Marlon Schroeder Is seriously ill
with pneumonia, but her condition
The Woodmen of the World will
give a chicken dinner and dance at
their hall next Wednesday evening
for the members of the order and
Get one, too. Three hun
dred forty-five thousand and
more Ford owners are get
ting maximum service—at
minimum cost. No matter
for what purpose you want
a car, you won't go wrong
if you buy a Ford. Get
Touring Car $625.00
T. C. MARTIN, That Implement Man
Christmas and New Year's
Tickets on Sale December 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Return up to January 5, 1914
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Make a Christmas visit this year, .loin in that long deferred
family reunion. Our trains give you .ill the comforts and con
veniences of the most modern railroad service.
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Mrs. Chas. It. Bennett returned
Sunday evening from Spokane where
she had been visiting friends.
Miss Vivian Strong spent the week
end with friends in Spokane.
Dr. Ira D. Cardiff returned last
Sunday from his trip to Washington.
I). ('., where he attended the
National Conservation Congress ana
the annual meeting of the American
Association of Agricultural Colleges
and Experiment Stations. Mrs. Car
diff is still 111 in Spokane, but is re
covering from a serious relapse.
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Claude Rueker spent several days
last week at the home of his mother.
Mrs. Story spent several days this
week at -the home of her brothers,
Frank and Alec Hickman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eaton were at
the farm from Friday until Sunday.
Mrs. Haxton of Albion has been
visiting at the home of her son, Roy
Miss Wanda Hill was the guest of
Mrs. C. O. Kellogg over Thanksgiv
There will be a basket social at the
Ontario school house on Friday even
ing. December 12, following a pro
gram given by the pupils. The pro
ceeds are for the Ontario Sunday
school. Everyone invited. Ladies
please bring baskets.
Among those from this neighbor
hood who visited the live stock show
at Lewiston this week were J. 11. T.
Smith, A. J. Whitten. George Whit
ten, .1. M. Klemgard, and Nat
Miss Emma Easto, who is teaching
school near Colfax, spent her
Thanksgiving vacation at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
The large hotel range recently
purchased by the Grange has been
installed and is a great convenience.
R. G. Lyle on Tuesday of this week
sold 227 Sheep to a Spokane man.
On Monday night, December If.,
there will be a joint meeting of the
Ewartsville and Star Granges at the
wartsville Grange hall. On that
night the state lecturer, W. E.
Powell will address the members of
the two Granges. A chicken pie sup
per will be served.
C. H. Kincaid and Frank Murray
delivered in Pullman on Tuesday. 60
The Ewartsville Grange is in re
ceipt of a beautiful Brussels rug, the
gift of T. C. Martin of Pullman. The
nig is to be used in the ladies' wait
Mrs. .1. H. T. Smith spent this
week in Pullman with her daughter,
Grandmother Squires of Pullman
visited relatives and friends in this
neighborhood this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. .1. Young spent a
few days this week in Moscow with
their son, T. ('.
Leonard and Leßoy Rueker are
building an addition to their house.
.). C. Flock of Pullman is assisting
Ewartsville Grange held its annual
election of officers on Monday even
ing of this week. The newly elected
officers are as follows: Master, J.
M. Klemgard; overseer, M. Farley;
lecturer, J. T. LaFollette; steward,
Lance Batty; assistant steward, R. L.
Hollenbeck; chaplain, Mrs. Ida
Kamerrer; treasurer, F. A. Hodges;
secretary, Lester Brown; gate keep
er, Roy Bon tidy; Ceres, Mrs. M. Far
ley; Pomona, Myrtle Story; Flora,
Mrs. Rush; lady assistant steward,
Nellie Kamerrer; chorister, Mrs. H.
VV. C. Kamerrer is doing the
chores at the Smith farm during the
absence of .1. H. T. Smith at Lewis
Miss Ina Batty was a Lewiston
W. F. Paullus butchered several
hogs on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Batty visited
the Lewiston stock show Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Largent of the Whe
lan neighborhood were guests at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. J. T.
LaFollette on Thanksgiving.
Colds are quite prevalent in this
AN EASY WAY TO MAKE $1000
Read the following propositions,
then show to your preacher and
other friends, to whoever interested:
1 have deposited in the American
Exchange National bank of Greens
boro, N. C, $1000 to be paid to the
first person who proves in any court
of justice in the United States that
Pastor Russell is guilty of any im
morality, such as is the "gossip" of
those ministers who preach "for
pay." I have known of Pastor Rus
sell for 15 years and believe his
teaching of the Bible doctrines is the
only teaching which is in strict har
mony with the entire Bible, both
Old and New Testaments. Many
great men claim that Pastor Russell
is not only the greatest Bible expos
itor on earth, but so meek and full
of love for God and humanity that
he does not turn aside to defend his
reputation from satanic slander,
hence I make the foregoing proposi
tion in his defense.
1 will also pay the following cash
premiums for the texts below, viz:
$50 for a text which says the soul
goes to heaven or hell immediately
at death; $170 for a Bible text which
says there is no probation or salva
tion after the adamlc death; $10 for
a Bible text wherein is found the
word "trinity" (not a hymn book
text), and $10 will be paid to any
one who proves an error in Bible
Chronology which is promulgated by
Pastor Russell. All Bible commenta
tors tell us that the "mother spoken
of in Rev. 17:6 is a symbol of the
Roman Catholic church, and if this
be true 1 will give $10 to the first
person who gives me philosophical
proof that the daughters (referred
to in same verse), are not symbols
of the 666 other churches.
W. W. GILES,
Member of International Bible
Students' Association, Brown Sum
mit, N. C.
Services at the chapel, 1209 Mor
ton street, next Sunday. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. Bible study
class at 6:30 p. m. Preaching by the
pastor, .lames Mailley, morning and
evening. There will be services at
the Masonic hall in Guy next Sunday
at 2:30 p. in. Preaching by James
Mailley, pastor of the Nazarene
church of Pullman.
L. R. Miller went to Spokane yes
terday on business.
Young pig for sale; eight to ten
weeks old. Inquire Club Barber
The Officers of THE FARM
ERS STATE BANK welcome
small depositors, considering it
not only right, but good busi
ness policy to give equal atten
tion to small and large
Many of our large depositors
started as small ones. We h.ve
seen account! grow steadily,
and we are glad to say that we
have helped our customers to
increase their business and de
The Officers will be glad to
talk over banking relations
with you at any time and
pledge themselves to serve
your interests faithfully when
you entrust your business to
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
Only 16 More Shopping Days
=Join the Happy Throngs of
Holiday Shoppers at the
"Store of the Christmas Spirit"
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MANY USEFUL XMAS GIFTS:
A fine assortment of Stamped Pillow Cases
Guest Towels to please all
1" Such useful things as Muslin Gowns, Corset [f
| Covers, Combination Suits, Aprons, etc. |
| A beautiful line of Mesh Bags to choose from |
1 Vanity Bags for the vain |
| Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs in boxes |
1 Fancy Collars which would please all 1
1 Silk Hose in all colors |
| We have the fines! assorment of Indian |
| Blankets in the city—such things as |
| these make very useful gifts §
JJ Bath Robes in desirable patterns Li-
Ladies' and Misses' Felt and Knit Slippers
in all colors
We are exclusive agents for Queen Quality Shoes, Dent's Gloves
and Henderson Corsets
Remember to do your Christmas Shopping
early if you want the best satisfaction
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MATINEE and EVENING
Admission—Adults 25 cents, Children 15 cents