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Pullman herald. [volume] (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, January 22, 1915, Image 5

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CORSET FITTINGS IN
MOVING PICTURES
, iuW hou Company Has Engaged the
b' star Theater lor a Special
■ . /
'.'■**.:• .Matinee
The old saying that there is noth
. „ew under the sun will receive
decisive negative in Pullman on
Monday, February 8. The Emerson
Mercantile company lias engaged the
mar theater lor a special matinee
-■ihlch will be limited to women only.
'This will be a great disappointment
V their male patrons, but as the
* eating capacity will be taxed, and as
8 c filn , is of direct interest to
'women only, men will have to fore
go this matinee. I
This film shows the actual fitting!
0 Gossard corsets and woven around
the fittings is a beautiful story en
titled "How Marjorle Won a Ca
per"' it required almost three
months to complete this film and
the Emerson store is to be congratu
lated on being able to get an early
run on the film.
Complimentary passes are being
issued to the ladies of Pullman in
the corset department of Emerson's.
You can get as many as you like for
yourself and friends.
■ Moving pictures are certainly cov
ering a wide range of activities and
there is no telling what one will see
next at the movies. That they are
exercising a wonderful education of
influence no one can deny aud we
-have no doubt that the Emerson
store will be besieged for requests to
this matinee for women only.
NOTICE TO CITIZENS
OF PULLMAN
In as much as there seems to be
an organization of professional
tramps and beggars making their
headquarters in and near Pullman
and that they from time to time have
been canvassing the business men for
money and the housewives for food
and clothing, the following instruc
tions are to relieve the citizens of
this embarrassing situation: The
Chamber of Commerce, together with
the Social Welfare League, and the
City administration, have agreed
that all beggars shall be sent to .Mr.
Bruce Lampson at the Variety Store,
who will carefully investigate all re
quests for food and shelter, and If
the party is found worthy, he will
be fed and otherwise taken care of
by the above organizations. Will
each citizen of Pullman please see
that the above arrangement is care
fully observed?
HARLEY JACKSON,
Mayor.
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i CHURCHES |
ST. JAMI's PI SCO PAL CHURCH
Rev. .1. c. Robinson, rector. Sun
* day school and Bible class at 9: 15
m.; morning service at 11 o'clock.
The Rev. Mr. Mitchell has left Col
fax to become superintendent of the
~ reform school at Chehalis. The Rev.
Mr. Robinson is temporarily in
charge of the church in Colfax as
j well as in Pullman, and will hold
services there on Sunday evenings
until other arrangements are made.
FIRST < IIKISTIAX CHURCH
Harley Jackson, minister. Sunday
school at '.':.",pp whit large classes and
excellent teachers for everyone.
Please be prompt! Preaching at 1 1
|a - m. and 7:30 p. in. Special music
and special evening services. The
heating plant has been repaired and
all services next Sunday will be held
>'' the auditorium. We will expect
you.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock at
the Baptist church the pastor. li. B.
Crowell, by special request will an
swer from the Scriptures, "What Is
the Supreme Need of the Church at
the .Present rime?" The evening
service will begin at 7:30 and will
m evangelistic In character. Theme
of redemption as set forth In the last
chapter of the book of Ruth. The
of the evening hour to be, God's plan
evening sermon will be illustrated
»'th charts.
FEDERATED CHURCHES
Sunday services: 10 a. m. Sunday
school; li a . m., morning worship;
6:45 P. m., evening service. Thurs
day evening at 6:30 o'clock mid-week
meeting and Bible class. Everyone
welcome to all services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Christian Science services are held
j* Masonic hall every Sunday morn
tog at 11 o'clock. Subject of lesson
sermon next Sunday, "Truth."
'Perfect satisfaction guaranteed to
all Purchasers. C. R. Sanders Dry
Goods Dept. jan22
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OR. O. K. CAMPBELL
Physician and Surgeon
"""'' in I'nsi National bank bldg.
Uiflce phone ■"■>
Residence phone 0
OR. L. (J. KIMZEY
' Successor to Dr. Ed Maguire
Office at White's Drug store
Residence 1200 Maiden Lane
Residence Phones: City bO V; Farm
ers 30 R
orfiio phones: 126 both phones
OR. E. I. PATEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Davis' Drug Store
Residence 309 Ash street
Residence plumes: City 1 i 0 \
Farmers 100 R
Office phone City 110 R
OR. < . 11. RUSSELL
Office in \\ bite Brick
Opposite Postoffice
M. S. JAM IK
Attorney at Low
Office in Klatlron Building
I). 0. DOW
Attorney at Law
Room 14, Kin i National hank Bids.
F. E. SANGER
Attorney at Law
Room 11, First National Bank Bldg.
H. J. WELTI
I aw)
Office Klatirou Building
l'ullman, Wash.
OIL A. E. SHAW
Dentist
Office: Kirst National Bank Build
ing, Pullman
lours 8 to 12 a. in.; i to 5 p. m.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Dentist
Office in first Nat 1 Bank Bldg.
Phono 63
y. T. ALLISON BALL
(n_^£k_W_\\- ■ ■'•'*' s P«,eialisl
xs&Ssts'/ {'v''■''' ''"'' ' National
Residence Phone 164 R
e<mmWQm\m-- v- '■• STRAUB
W%sjt~**^S^ Optical Specialist
w*&WwLpi\ Strictly Correct
Glasses Guaranteed
111 Main Streel, Pullman, Wash.
Phones: Farmers 1031
Bell 284
Lowest possible prices consistent
with quality. C. IL Sanders Dry
Hoods l ip-pi. jan22
Save cash sale checks and get a
set of kitchen knives .ii Huugerford's
MAKE WORK EASIER
Pullman People Are Pleased to
I.earn How II I las Con Done
It's pretty hat.l to attend ip: duties
With .i constantly aching back;
With anno* urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills have made
work easier.
So thousands have gratefully tes
tified.
They're foi bad backs.
The* for weak kidneys.
Pullman people gratefully recom
mend 1 loan's.
Mrs. Frank sner, 300 Harri
son St., Pullman, says: One of my
family was suffering from backache
and he was advised to try Doan s
Kidney Pills. lie got a box at
White's Drug Store and began using
(hem. He had been having consid
arable trouble front a lame back .up-.'
it often Interfered with his work, so
that he had to lay off. One box of
Moan's Kidney Pills gave him relief
and be hasn't needed any kidney
medicine since. Nothing else ever
did him as much good as Doan's Kid
ney Pills."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a Kidney remedy —
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Klossner recommends.
Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo,
X. Y.
Ramer's
Chocolates
Direct from the Factory
They will Pleate You
THORPE'S
SMOKE HOUSE
(Incorporated)
Phone 28
Where Everybody Goes
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1,1 tho Superior Court of the State
oi Washington, In and for the
County oi Whitman;
In tbe Matter of the Estate of Eva
/, A. iiiii, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the
undersigned, the administrator of
the estate of Eva A. Hill, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against said deceased
and against her -'at. . to present
them with the necessary vouchers
Within one year after the date of the
fust publication of this notice, to
v^u: within on« v.,,. after the 22ml
day of January. 1915; to the said ad
ministrator, at the office of 1). C.
How. in the clt) of Pullman; Whit
man county, state of Washington,
that being the place for the trans
action ot the business of said
estate.
Hated .lanitaf) I 6th, 19 I „
w, it. HILL.
Administrator of the Estate of
Eva A. Hill, Deceased.
D. c. Dow, attorney for the estate,
Jan22febl9
Farmers lou
(ALL lOH rids FOR OFFICIAL
Notice is hereby given thai the
city council will consider bids for
the city's official printing Cor 1916
tit the next regular meeting of the
city council, to bo held February 2.
1915.
lii.ls to be filed on or before 7:30
|i, hi. February 2, l:• i."..
MATILDA I-'. GANNON,
Jan 22-27 city Clerk.
CORN! CORN!
Duthie will have a car In soon.
Special price if taken from car.
The liver loses its activity at times
and needs belp. HERRINE in an ef
fective liver stimulant.. It al.so puri
fies the bowels, strengthens diges
tion and restores strength, vigor and
cheerful spirits. Price ".be. old by
Watt's Pharmacy. jan
Make More Money on
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Your Investment
Where your farm is too large for one Idaho use two.
The cost of producing a bushel of grain is what counts.
"From j "From
Field — Field
to , - to
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If you were sure you could make 50c or $3.00 or any sum more per acre than what you are now making would you not wel
come that change? Over 300 users of "The Idaho," with their experience to guide you, do you think you can go amiss in pur
chasing "The Idaho." We will gladly give you a list of owners and users of our machine—then write or ask mem for their
experience and compare theirs with yours—then ask yourself if you don't think it better to take part of the money you have
heretofore spent for twine, shocking and threshing and apply on an "Idaho."
Be fair with yourself and place your order now while we are sure we oan fill it. It will not cost any more to buy now than
in the future and you will be sure to get your "Idaho."
Remember the "IDAHO" is equipped with or without a Gasoline Engine
Idaho National Harvester Co., Ltd.
MOSCOW, IDAHO
PRINTING
Notice for the Payment of Paving
Assessments
Notice Is hereby given that the
first Installment for pavement, with
interest for one year on the entire
amount at six per cent .in the folio**
ing described streets, to-wit: com
mencing at the northerly boundary
line of Montgomery street, thence
north along Star Route street to the
north line .ii Colorado street, thence
east along Colorado street to a point
opposite I he northwest corner of lot
one block three. Campus Park addi
tion: thence southeasterly on Tha
tuna street; beginning tit the north
lino of Montgomery reel thence
north on Opal street to the south
line of Colorado street, comprising
Local improvement District No 13,
will be due during the thirty-days
period between January 30 and
Mareli .".. 191 :,.
.1. 8 CLARK.
City Treasurer
Janß-22
Money to loan on good real estate,
WALKER & STRPPPLER
jan lit
GEO. N. HENRY
REAL ESTATE
and INSURANCE
Phones: Bell 62; Inland 1172
Opposite Postoffice
The
Pullman Hospital
Pullman, Wash.
1506 star Route St. Phoue 69
s-^A IS *>
JJ iff it>'''"'':^^^S
There'll Be Plenty
to go round and plenty of ''go around" if your cider mill is
turned by a Rumely-Olds gasoline engine. It neither shirks
nor tires. It pumps water, grinds feed, shells corn, Haws wood
ami does downs of big jobs on the farm. We can give you a
Rumely-Olds in any size to suit your needs. They come in
® sizes from V? to 85 h; p.
mink
TffyTfflF Drop in soon ami ><•<■ <mr Hum. Iy-l)lds .-ncim-s. Or £$$[$iisj&
m *«$r Ti let '■', know nnd ''" ■"'"' ,l catalog t.> you. «e££-\
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yfe___de/ We're here to serve you. \__l__J
7«a Give us a chance.
nr. o. iviAßTiiv
Th-it Implement Man
PULLMAN, . ■ . WASH.
$%&£&&%%' *\ All lengths and Width*
<^*^**°**em*s~^ shoe C. R. Sanders Co.
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