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Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. Spence and lit
tle daughter -Aero guests at the A I".
Carrothera home ou Christmas day.
Mr and Mrs. Tom Pritchard and
children spent Christmas at the W.
11. Pritchard home.
Mr. and Mrs. M, L, Davis were
Christmas Guests al the V, I. Ilig
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hodges had as
their guests on Christmas, Mr. and
Mis li W. Hodges.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil }■;,,■ spent
from Thursday until Saturday of last
week at the home of Mrs. Katun's
ante, Mr. and Mrs. Wood near
Mrs. C. O. Kellogg and son. Joe
Klncaid, left last Saturday for The
Dalles, Oregon, to visit relatives un
til alter New Years.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Klemgai spent
the evening of Christmas daj at the
V. L. lligiillls home.
Leßoy pinker and Cleo Greer
spent Christmas in Colfax, the guests
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bush were
Christmas guests at the home of Mrs.
Bush's mother, Mrs. Tax lor. on
Mrs. W. F. Paullus will leave iv a
few days for Benchland, Montana at
which place she will meet her bus
band, who is returning from Fold
water, Missouri, and together they
will visit relatives for two week* be
lore returning home.
V. L. Iliggins has been seriously
ill for several days. Dr. 1,. <;. Kim
zey is in attendance.
Mrs. Thome and Miss Myers of
Farmington were guests at the
Cochran-Seltz homo several days this
Mrs. Wilcox ami daughters, Edith
and Ethel, were guests at the home
of Mrs. Wilcox's brother, Sherman
Brannon, several days this week
Edgar Morse of Pullman is doing
chores at the V. L, Iliggins home
during the tatter's illness.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Lybecker were
guests at the C. D. Martin home
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryan and children
were Christmas guests at the Patrick
Ryan home in Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson",
Doris and Vernon Stephenson of
Pullman, and the Misses Grace and
Hazel Stone spent the afternoon of
Christmas day at the home of Mrs.
M. E. Rucker.
Alec McPherson and Prance Lin
dersmith were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Klemgard on Christmas.
Mrs. Alec McPherson has been vis
iting relatives at Colfax for several
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kellogg and
Master Joe Kincaid, Mr. and Mrs. W.
11. Kincaid, Oscar and Anita Kincaid
were Christmas guests at the C. H.
Kincaid home near Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Hat lev. Mr. and
Mrs. James I'endry and son. Esther,
and Byron Reese of Pullman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert West ami children
and Arch Hatley were guests at the
W. F. Paullus home on Christmas.
The regular annual meeting of the
Ewartsville Telephone association
will be held at the Ewartsville
Grange ball on Wednesday, January
6, 1915, at 10 a. m.
Lame back may come from over
work, cold settled in the muscles of
the back, or from disease. In the
two former eases the right remedy In
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, lt
should be rubbed In thoroughly over
the affected part, the relief will be
prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c,
50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Watt's Pharmacy. jan
Saturday sale of rice at II miner
Decayed apples on the ground in
an orchard are a means of carrying
over the winter the fungous diseases
which cause rots. It is a good plan
to remove the decayed fruit from the
To make orcharding profitable the
grower must receive enough for his
fruit to pay the cost of growing and
delivering it to the buyer, be he a
consumer or broker, with a small
margin for profit.
WIN I 111 SCHOOL HAS
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Berkshires, Duroca and others; some
mammoth ones, others tiny ones, but
all fat, clean and comfortable, Their
feed, their gains, the great and the
minute problems of their existence
will bo up for discussion.
Professors Wm. Hialop and C. P.
Monroe, who this year trained all
he champion stock judging earns
sent out by tho college, will have
their prize students on exhibition.
The- plan to haw- a big stock judg
ing contest in which in stock men
assembled In the college stock pa
vilion v. ill have a chance to see the
youngsteis ore In competition
among themselves, some i' rj fine
livo stock. Then the winter school
students, some of whom doubtless
will be experienced live stock men,
will have a chance to score and sec
how they como out bj comparison
with the score cards of the young
sters, who undoubtedly will in- bene-;
filed by coming thus in contact with
old timers in the live stock business.
The Graduate School for Veterin
arians runs from January 25th to
30th. Hie college will oiler a splen
did opportunity for a review of path
ology, anatomy, surgery, medicine,
contagious diseases, ami bacteriol
ogy. The veterlnarj faculty of the
college proposes to make this week
memorable to the veterinary profes
sion of the state, and of lasting bene
fit to the live slock industries of he
Tuition is free; there are no ad
mission requirements, and railway
fare and hoard constitute the lead
inn Items of he expenses of attend
ance. All rail*- reaching Cull
man have declared .1 fare .1 ml .me
third for the round trip. In Pull
man it is averagl- possible for winter
school students to situ 11 good
rooming and boarding facilities for
one dollar a day in the homes of
Pullman residents. To secure he
latter rate, those intending to come
should write In Immediately] to give
the college committee a chance to
look up suitable rooming places to
be placed at the disposal of the
inter school students « hen 1 hey
While II is desirable that all Win
ter School students should come at
the beginning, those unable to en
roll at that time will be admitted
later. Persons not able to enroll for
the regular term of the Winter
School, but who may be Interested in
particular subjects, are Invited to
visit the classes In the subjects. The
main lines of the work for the Win
ter School will be as follows:
Fruit grow vegetable garden
Ing, soil management, crop produc
tion, farm power, farm machinery,
animal husbandry, dairy farming,
poultry raising, forestry, mining en
gineering, home economics, farm ac
counts, good roads, insect pests,
gasoline engines, diseases "i farm
animals and similar lines of work.
In addition to the regular class
work in the above subjects, the Win
ter School students will be organized
Into clubs which will hold numerous
evening meetings for (lie advantages
of musical, literary, and other social
The .0i1,.-,, v M. C. A. an ,i other
organizations of the faculty and stu
dent bod* will co-operate in promot
ing means whereby winter school
students will be given an opportunity
to become acquainted with the mem
bers of the faculty, with fellow stu
dents of the Winter School, and with
the students of the college. The
library, gymnasium, laboratories,
live stock, college farm, and all other
facilities will he available for hte
approaching school, no effort being
spared to make tor a successful ses
An unusually fine program for
Farmers and Housekeepers week
has been arranged for, This week
runs from February 1 to February 6.
For the occasion, five well known
experts from the United States De
partment of Agriculture have been
J. W. T. Duvel on "Grain Stand
C. E. Basset, on "Marketing."
C. B. Smith, on Farm Demonstra
0. 11. Ben on on -Hoys and (ilrls
D. A. Brodle, on ''Farm Manage
To make beef tea, take any quan
tity of meat you wish and cut in half
inch bits: put In ■ fruit Jar or bottle
with screw top; place jar in kettle of
cold water, let come to a boll and
boil for two or three hours then
The problem of marketing la the
biggest business proposition of any
age or nation and one that will re
quire the combined efforts of all the
agencies of civilization to solve.
The problem that confronts the
farmer next in importance to distri
bution is diversification.
Saturday sale of rice at Hunger
I CHURCHES I
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Sunday services: 10 a. ra. Sunday
school; 11 a. ni.. morning worship;
6:4 3 p. in., evening service. Thurs
day evening at 6:30 o'clock mid-week
meeting and Bible 'lass. Everyone
welcome to all services.
Next Sunday morning the top is
Impossibilities." In the evening,
"Who Is on the Lord's Side." There
will be communion at the < lose of the
PI 11*41 CHRISTIAN 111 IK II
Harle* Jackson, minister. Sunday
school at y-.SO. Preaching at 11 and
7;;iu. All services will be held in
tho basement of the church, In the
evening L. K. Horton of Spokane will
preach. Special music at. both serv
ices. All members urged to be pres
ent. Strangers welcome.
\ \/ \i:i;m: CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Pleaching morning and evening by
the pastor. Bible study class at
6:110, Prayer meetings un Wednes
day evenings. Watch-night meeting
Thursday night, beginning at 9:30.
We have arranged for help and will
hold evangelistic meetings in .March,
.lames Ma i llej. pastor.
Christian Science services are held
in Masonic hall every Sunday morn
ing at I i o'clock, Subject of lesson
sermon next Sunday, 'Cod."
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL (111 Kill
Rev. I. ii. Robinson, lector. Sun
day school at 'i. i., a. m. Morning
service, with Holy Communion at 11
o'clock. Sermon appropriate to the
New Year. A cordial welcome to all.
The liver loses its activity at times
and needs help. HERBINE is an ef
fective liver stimulant. It also puri
fies the bowels, strengthens diges
tion and restores strength, vigor and
cheerful spirits. Price 50c. Sold by
Watt's l'haruiac* . jan
HOME 1 "ACTS ABOUT THE
PULLMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
In. It's For
To provide a systematic and abso
lutely safe plan for the investment
of savings, and to aid its members
to acquire homes of their own is the
object of the Pullman Savings and
Loan Association. The Association
is in every sense a Home institution.
It is lor the Practical Muu, who
realising the uncertainties of busi
ness and of health, and of the folly
of spending all his money as fast as
he gets it, provides for an emer
It is for the Prudent Woman, who
out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a little money,
monthly, where it will be securely
and profitably invested, and give her
the least trouble and where she can
get it when needed.
It is for the Young Man possessing
the manhood and determination to
save something every month from
his earnings as a reserve fund, to
draw on when sick or out of a posi
tion, for providing a home or for a
start in business.
It is for Boys and Girls, to help
them to be economical and Industri
ous and to encourage them to ac
quire the habit of saving, provide a
fund to educate them and to make
It is for Societies, Fraternal and
Other Organizations wishing to in
vest their income for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build
It is for all Seeking a Home or
who want to improve their property,
or pay off a mortgage or to provide
a fund for any other worthy purpose.
Call on or Write
M. K. SNYDER
Notice for the Payment of Paving
Notice is hereby given that the in
stallment for pavement, with interest
for one year on tie entire amount at
C per cent, on the following described
streets, to wit: commencing on Kam
iaken street at the east sidewalk
thereon and running easterly on Pa
louse street to Star Route street.
thence on Star Route si reel to Mont
gomery street, thence on Montgom
ery at reel and Campus avenue to Tha
auna street, comprising Local im
provement District Xo. 11, will be
due during the thirty (30) days per
iod, between Dec. 26, 1914. and
January 26, 1915.
J. 8. CLARK,
decll-25 City Treasurer*".
Your hair cut at the Club barber
shop for 2,' c. Shave and neck shave
20c. Next door to Variety Store.
Order to Show Cause Why Decree of
Distribution Should -Vol lie Made
In the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the Matter of the Estate of Han
nah Bowley, Deceased.
Un reading and filing the petition
of D, Mcßae, administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of Han
nah Bowley, deceased, setting forth
that he has filed his final account of
his administration of the estate of
said deceased in this court, and that
the same is now in a condition to
be closed, and the residue thereof
distributed to the heirs ami legatees
entitled thereto; that all the debts
ami expenses of administration have
been duly paid, and that a portion
of said estate remains to be divided
among the persons entitled thereto,
and praying among other things for
an order of distribution of the resi
due of said estate among the persons
It is ordered that all persons mi
i terested in the estate of Hannah
I Bowley, deceased, be and appear be
fore the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington, at the
court room of said court, at Colfax,
in said county and state aforesaid,
ami Saturday, the 26th day of De
i her, 1914, at 10:lo o'clock a. in.,
then and there to show cause why on
order of distribution should not be
made of the residue of said estate
among the heirs and legatees of said
deceased, according to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published for four suc
cessive weeks before the said 26th
day of December, 1014, in The Pull
man Herald, a newspaper printed
and published in Whitman County,
siaie of Washington.
Dated November 23, 1914.
W. H. JACKSON,
: State of Washington, County of
I. li. F. .Mauring, county clerk and
clerk of the superior court of Whit
man county, state of Washington, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is
a full, true and correct copy of an
order made an entered of record
upon the minutes of the said Super
Witness my hand and official seal
affixed, this 23rd day of November,
B. F. MANRING,
(Seal) County Clerk.
Notice of Original Assessment
Improvement of West Main and
Wawawai streets by filling, grading,
curbing and guttering said streets
and paving the same with bitumin
ous macadam pavement, under Or
dinance No. 272 of the City of Pull
Notice is hereby given that 111"
assessment roll for the Improvement
of the following described streets:
beginning at the westerly line of
Grand street, thence westerly along
Main and Wawawai streets to the
city limits, comprising Local Im
provement District No. 19 under Or
dinance No. 272, payable by the
mode of "Payment by Bonds," is
now in my hands for collection.
Any assessment thereon, or any por
tion of any such assessment, may be
paid at any time within thirty (30)
days from the first publication of this
notice, to wit: within thirty (30)
days from Friday, the 25th day of
December. 1914, without interest,
penalty or costs. Any assessment,
or any portion remaining unpaid at
the expiration of the thirty (30)
days period may be paid in ten equal
annual installments, with interest
at the rate of six per cent per an
num, under the mode of "Payment
Date of first publication Friday,
December 25, 1914.
J. S. CLARK,
Heartburn, indigestion or distress
of the stomach is instantly relieved
by HERBINE. IT forces the badly
digested food out of the body and
restores tone in the stomach and
bowels. Price 50c, Sold by Watt's
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