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EWARTSVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Snyder and
daughter, Berylei and Miss Mildred
Klemgard motored (<> Walla Walia
Sunday. Mrs. Dora Davidson is
housekeeper during Mrs Snyder's
absence.
Mrs. L. .1. Story Miss Hattie Story
and W. C. Kamerrer motored to Spo
kane i Friday, returning Sunday. Mr.
Wade* Story, who has been at St.
Luke's hospital the past we.-k, re
turned with them.
.Mr. and Mrs. Max Hinrichs and
family spent Friday With Mr. and
Mrs. John Fulls.
Mr. and Mrs. C. <> K.'llosg and
doe Kineaid motor.'.l to tho Keith
ranch Friday.
Mr. and Mis Will Cochran and
the Misses Ruth and Vina Owers at
tended lie' Elberton picnic Friday.
A large crowd attended the camp
meeting at the Saints home Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Klemgard, Miss
Patsey and Master Hudson motored
to Wawawai Sunday.
Miss Bessie Klemgard visited from
Friday until Saturday with Miss Lola
Bryant.
The Miss, Florence ami Fanny
Stein drive a new Grant roadster.
Mrs. Minnie Reese and Miss Es
ther spent the week with Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. PaullUß.
Mr, and Mr*. XV. J. Hamilton, Mrs
Marshall McCroskey and Mr. Hoy I.a
Follette e.i . olfax called at the C. I).
Martin home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. T. LaFollett motored to
Spokane Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. LaFollette and children
spent the week with her mot!
Mrs. Largent, of Whelan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kamern spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Hol
lenbeck.
Mr. ami .Mrs. A. F. Carothers An
nie Carothers and Mrs. Minnie Rry
ant spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Gorrelts.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Anderson and
daughters, Helen, Neva, and Mil
dred, and son. Joseph, of Ritzville
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with
Mr. ami Mrs. v. L. Higgins.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olson and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lybecker
and family spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. K. R. be. k< r,
.Miss Lola Bryant has an attack of
the measles.
Mr. and Mrs Harold Brannan and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole and fam
ily spent Sunday at the Sherman
Brannan home.
Word has been received of the"
drowning of Mrs. .1. D. Hubbard,
formerly of this neighborhood Tues
day in Salmon creek, when the auto
stage driven by Mr. Hubbard was
overturned, the bridge having been
washed away by the recent high
water. Mr. Hubbard operates an
auto stage between Coneonully and
Oroville.
A REMARKABLE RECORD
The famous non-stop Maxwell the
car that startled the automobile
world last January, when it piled up
a mileage of more than 22,000 In
44 days without a stop of the motor,
has been making more fame for it
self. The car is back In its garage
at the Lord Motor Car pan/, In
Los Angeles, after an extended tour
of Southern California, th.' Mexican
border and Arizona. Its speedometer
now registers a total mileage of 30,
--635 miles, a distance surpassing the
world's circumference by more Mian
5000 miles.
No more splendid endorsement nt
Maxwell efficiency can be found than
in the performance of the. Champion
Motor enthusiasts who figured thai
the non-stop hero was .lon.- after it
remarkable feat of rolling up 22,000
miles without a stop, were sadly mis
taken.
SPECIAL MEETING
The Farmers Union will bold a
special meeting July v in the K. of P.
hall at 11:00 a. m.— basket dinner
to be served by the- ladies.
J. W HAINES,
JAMES EMERT, President.
Secretary.
STUDKNTHT STORE IMPROVED
The floor spa. in the Students'
Co-operative store will be practic
ally doubled as th,- result of exten
sive Improvements to the property
Which are Inert under way. A base
ment is being constructed and the
stock room and office room em
larged. Th" improvements will ag
gregate $1000.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHI IU II
Rev. J. G. Robinson. Holy Com
munion at 7:30 a. tn. Morning
service at 11:00. This Sen-ice will
be for both children and adults, a
combination of Children's Day and
Independence Day celebration. Music
and recitations by the children, ami
music by the church choir. Children
come at 10:30 a. m. Service begins
at 11:00. No Sunday school. Every
body welcome.
WHITMAN rioiM.i:
HELD BIU I'ICXIC
I 111 mm Resident* of Tills Count)
Now Living iii Spokane Renewed
'1.1 Acquaintance
More than 200 persons attended
the first annual picnic of the Whit
man Count y club of Spokane, held
Saturday afternoon kit Natatorlum
l«irk In Spokane. The participants
arrived during the afternoon, ninny
attending the baseball game, and at
6:00 o'clock they gathered around
the tables and had lunch, followed
by short talks by a number of pio
ii".;- residents. .Midge 11. W. an
lied'l. former Judge of the superior
court, acted as toastniaster,
With the exception of about six.
ail those attending are residents ol
Spokane who were formerly resi
dents of Whitman county. Colfax
and vicinity were represented by the
largest number present. Palouse had
.lie next largest representation and
Farmington was next on the list. In
all. 10 towns were represented.
I he Whitman County club was or
ganized at a banquet last winter, nd
it vvei.s decided to have two meetings
;t year, .me a banquet In the winter
aud the other a picnic in the Bum
mer, F. I. 1 lay field is president of
the club and Miss L. L. West is sec
retary. Nearly 100 new members
u.'ie' enrolled Saturday.
Notice 1..1 Publication— lsolated
I i.i. 1
ITIJI.IC I.AM) SALE
Department ..I the Interior
r. S. Land office at Walla Walla.
Wash.. .I une 22, I. It).
Notice i.s hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner eel the
General Land Office, under pro
visions of See. 2455; R. S.. pursuant
to tin- application of Wilbur T.
Fisher, Serial No. 06632, we will
offer at public sale, to the highest
bidder, but at not less that $3.25
per acre, at 2:00 o'clock p. m.. on
the loth day of August. next at this
office, the following tract of land:
IIWI| l;e.|. tle'e| ||W!|. SeC. .:"1. T. 1 i \,,
It. "i:: E., W. M., iBO acres >. This
tracl is ordered into the market on
a showing that the greater portion
thereof is mountainous or too rough
for cultivation.
The sale will not be kept open.
but will be declared closed when
those present it the hour named
have ceased bidding. The person
making the highest hid will he' re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are advised
to tile their claims, or objections, on
or before the time designated for
Sale.
Not coal land.
FRED M. HEDGER,
Register.
W. A. WHITE,
Receiver.
June3oJuly2B
(ECONOMY
[STORES CO.
We Sell for Cash
Cor. Main and Grand Sts.
SATURDAY SPECIALS
I "HI SATURDAY, .11 I, I. 1916
Large .juicy Lemons, o^\
per dozen %j\jQ,
Fancy Bananas, rt/v
per dozen OvIC
Picnic Hams, -. «1
pel p<.line) _ m_,_*mA
:•.:{. WILL BUY ONE POIND OF
ECONOMY STAR COFFEE AND
ONE PACKAGE OF COOKS
DOLLED OATH.
Dry Peachea, -a g\
per pound X \jQ,
Dry Figs, -* m**
I"' pound X V/C
Drj Apricots, -m mm
per p..mill X OC
One-pound can Alaska 1 Q
Kockeye Salmon for X OC
TWO FOB :..-><•
I i. -I. Wheat Flukes am
in hulk, |wr pound / £
\ .in (amp's .i Kidder's Pork and
Beans; regular 2.V f\f\
seller; lor ___V/C
Domestic Sardines, Of"*
seven cans for _fcis3C
Economy Star Jar Rubbers, <~» a**
the heavy kind, :i dozen . .___.J3C
Lurkel's Steam Refined ay em
Borax Soap, "> bars OOC
i
liVnOOX Soap, OT
!» bar. Z7c
Comb It..in-.. -m mm
l«r ...int. X eDC
Phone 60 We Deliver
HONOR MEMORY
OF JAMES J. HILL
(Continued from first page)
By training his son in as severe a
school as any railroad man ever weia
'hrough to be his successor, James J
Hill provided for the day he knew
would eventually eons. L. v. Hill
began his railroad career as a clerk
in the railroad office at Duluth and
thro succeeding years had experi
ence in every branch of the railroad
until he finally became president in
inofl. The spirit of the father and
interest iii the development of the
Not thwest and the affection he had
for the Northwest is alive and active
In the person of L. XV. Hill today.
Of ureal advantage in modern times
is the youne man's understanding of
and sympathy with new conditions
L, W. Hill, like his father, Is con
structive and not speculative. Ever
since he became president he has
won the respect and affection ol
every employe of the road. The
father's policies are the son's pol
icies. It is not a matter of heredity
descent, but a matter of training,
ability and experience. He is ad
nirably equipped by native capacity :
and training to become bis father's
worthy successor. He will undoubt
edly pursue the same conservative
constructive policy which has en
abled his father to aid so greatly in
upbuilding the states of Washington,
Oregon and the other states of the
Northwest.
lames .1. Hill, empire builder
though be became, was democratic
and simple in his tastes. Like all
men of his on.' personality, he
had his likes and dislikes. He liked '
industry, thrift and hard work, and
he disliked all sham and pretense.
He had no time for the laggard, the
spendthrift ami the inefficient. His I
personality permeated every part of
the (Jreat Northern system. His
judgments and the expressions of
them were clear His home lit. was
ideal ami he' gave freely of his pri
vate fortune to deserving charities,
religious and educational institu- 1
tions. The nation and world has lost
the services of one of the greatest
and most useful men that has ever
lived. James J. Mill's useful life has
ended, but his works and the mil
lions of people who have benefited
by his genius will constitute an en
during monument to his memory, j
He was In very truth the "Father of '
the Northwest."
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE
PULLMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
To provide a systematic and abso- j
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 Asseclaion. The Association
is In even sense a HOME institution!
Who It's For
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and health, and of the folly
of upending all his money a.; fust at
he gets it, provides for an emer
gency.
It is for the Prudent Woman, who
out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a little nione}.
monthly, where it will be securely
and profitably Invested, and give her
tbo least trouble and whcto sua can
get it wnen needed.
It la 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 lor Boys und 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
them independent.
It is for Societies, Fraternal and
Other Organizations wishing to in
vest thior Income for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build
ing.
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
Pullman. Washington
FOURTH of JULY
& Round-trip Tickets via the
O-W. R. R. & N.
The Union Pacific System
will be sold July 1,2,3 and 4
with return limit of July 5 at excursion
fares to points within 200 miles
Call upon P. J. Nixdorff
Agent of the O-W. R. R. & N.
for information and tickets __4fet**4P^ti^
I DON'T FORGET I fjgJuJßf
LOW FARES EAST and to YEL- JP^^fl&H 3i\
LOWSTONR NATIONAL PARK. /l?F^i3^^ i ii
Tickets now on sale. Ask for liter- ll I^l Y»\^^*Vs^ I
ature and full information. \ ||jj| |^e3^^s3ujßy
t AA**^
DO IT | NOW
Get that set of screens made to
day and avoid fly troubles. We have
secured an expert shopman and are
prepared to give you the best service
possible in repairing, built-in feat
ures, mill work and cabinet work.
We are installing some new machin
ery and all our work is guaranteed.
IMLLMAN WOODWORKING SHOP
Tin Oread Street
Phone !»l .1. J. Ha/en. Crop.
jun.'io
Dainty sandwiches and cookies,
made from "Heinz" peanut butter.
will be served on Saturday. Please
ask for a booklet that will please the
children,
FOR SALEA Waverly bicycle;
used but little and in good condition
except the tires. Apply at Herald
office. Jn3otf
Sco Duthle tor all kinds of
lumber. Apr J
They Are Low —
Summer
Excursion Fares
East
In Effect Daily June I to Sept. 80
Via
Northern Pacific Ry.
The Yellowstone Park Line
Three THROUGH Trains
Daily, Pacific Northwest to
Minneapolis. St. Paul, Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis
Let us explain HOMESEEK
i:i{ FAKES, round trip, TO
MONTANA. Are Low.
TO CALIFORNIA
The popular route is via Portland
thence Q. X. P. S. S. Co. Palaces
of the Pacificfine, fast boats.
Save time, save money. Ask the
Agent.
All Information, /o^s!no\
li« kets, etc., from (msif em "f-\
WM. LAIRD Wn^ F<J
Pullman, Wash. \_^Cl^\t
M. A. Berg, T.P.A., lewiston, Ida.
A. D. (hailton, A.G.P.A., Port
land, Oregon
BSr'KpT?^-- VZJ—-<^\i\ Urn
WtV-ffM-WNa-W-fcii ■ i«wl
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT &
LIABILITY INSURANCE is a
Vital necessity to every owner.
Just read the daily list of auto
accidents for proof. I will gladly
quote rates, etc., and answer
questions.
M. J. Chapman
AGENT
GEO. N. HENRY
REAL ESTATE
and INSURANCE
Office, Main Street
Here's THE "LAST WORD"
Schaffner JM$3 !
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m^^B ■ ll m \ EH
Clean-cut i|B&JrTvf "I
Spring Suits M |%1
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U.S.Go v.experts report that
oils correctly refined from
asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" (do not
break up and lose their lubricating
value under cylinder heat) and
"are much better adapted to motor
cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concern
ed, than are paraffine -base Penn
sylvania oils."
Motorists who use Zerolene, an oil
scientifically refined from asphalt
base crude, back up the experts with reports such as
these: "Covered over 16,000 miles without adjust
ing valves or cleaning out carbon."— "The carbon
taken out of this car in 50,000 miles amounted to
less than an ounce." Zerolene is for sale at dealers
everywhere and at service stations and agencies of
the Standard Oil Company.
ZEROLENE
the Standard Oil for Motor Cars
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The back-breaking work, that of keeping the kitchen
clean, involved when the coal range held sway. It is » won
der women put up with it as long as they did. Every ■■■
the range was stoked or the ashes emptied the floor **
dirtied up. Today that condition is gone. Women who UK
cleanliness cook by wire.
The Washington Water Power Company
L. W. KINGSBURY, Local Agent

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