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AUTOMOniLis ACCIDENT &
LIABILITY INSURANCE is a
Vital necessity to every owner.
Just read (lie daily list of auto
accidents for proof. I will gladly
quote rates, etc., and answer
questions.
M. J. Chapman
AGENT
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the interior. U. S.
Land Office at Walla Walla, Wash
ington, November 13, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that George
XV. Boone, of Wawawai, Washington,
who, on October 24, 1910, made
Homestead Entry, No. 04774, for
SW.% SW'.,. Sec. 12, W.% NW 14,
NW '„ SWI4, Section 13, Township
13 N.. Range 4 3 E., Willamette Mer
idian, has filed notice of intention to
make five-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before William a. Inman, United
states Commissioner, at his office, at
Colfax, Washington, on the 29th day
of December, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harold C. Brewer, of Pullman,
Washington; Philip Bishop, of
Bishop, Washington; William Batty,
of Wawawai, Washington; Laum
K. Batty, of Wawawai, Washington,
Not coal land.
FRED M. HEDGER,
Novl7Decls Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
Land Office at Walla Walla. Wash
ington, November 13, 1916.
Notice is hereby .en that Launce
lot F. Batty, of Wawawai, Washing
toll. Who, on March 17. 1915, made
Homestead Entry, No. 06767, for
NX', NW',. NW', NX', . Section
13, Township 13 X.. Range 43 E.,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before William A.
Inman, United states Commissioner,
at his office, at Colfax, Washington,
on the 29th day of December, 1916,
Claimant names as witnesses:
David W. Ochs, of Penawawai,
Washington; Alley Campbell, of Wa
wawai, Washington; George W.
Boone, of Wawawai, Washington;
John Long, of Wawawai. Washing
ton.
Not coal land.
FRED M. HEDGER,
Novl7Decls Register.
Send me your combings by mail
and I will make you first class
switches for $3.00. Mrs. Mary J.
Trent. Pullman. Wash. II v I Tiled."-'
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WANTED— To rent a furnished
house; no children. L. H. Stump,
1111 Kamiaeken St. Phone 2913.
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FOR SALE—I2-room houso on
North Monroe street; hot water
heat; two lots, 60x148 ft; tennis
court. D. E. Foster. jly2ltf
Let us insure your grain. Pull
. man Union Supply Co. Jly2ltt
EWARTSVILLE
Miss Maude Morgan of Pullman
was the guest of the .Miss Patsy and
! Mildred Klemgard during the
Thanksgiving holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brannon and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bran
non, and Grandmother Brannon were
Thanksgiving day guests, at the Sher
man Brannon home,
John Fulfs was operated upon for
appendicitis last Saturday. He is re
ported as improving rapidly.
.Miss Lors Whltten spent Thanks-
Riving with friends at Spangle.
Max Hinrichs spent Tuesday with
John Fulfs at Colfax.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Slusser spent
Thanksgiving at the W. W. Snyder
home.
.Mrs. bars Haeder went to Spo
kane last week to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy LaFollett. .
Mrs. Largent, Lawrence Largent, and
the .Misses Ethel, Alia and Winnifred
Largenl were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. T. LaFollette over Thanksgiving.
The Misses Lola Bryant, Lola
i lodges an.l Freda Brannon, who are
attending school in Pullman, spent
Thanksgiving with their parents
A tine' big liny was born to Mr.
and Mrs. 0. 0. Slusser last Saturday
at the .1. S. Klemgard home.
Nat Bryant, Arthur .1. Whitten and
.1. 11. T. Smith were among those
who attended the' nil., show at
Lewiston last week.
Mr. ami Mrs. .1. S. Klemgard are
spending this week at the ranch.
A small crow at tended <! range on
Monday night. The installation of
.it fleers will cur at Ihe next, regu
lar meeting, and the work will be
public.
C. O, Slusser, Nat Bryant, XV. XV.
Snyder, Claude v. kei and W. 11.
Pritchard helped V. L. Higgins
butcher hogs Tuesday.
Mrs, M. 10. I!inker spent Monday
al the V. L. Higgins home.
Several from this neighborhood at
fended the special meeting of Whit
man Pomona No. 1! at Colfax Satur
day.
Mr, and Mrs. Tom Pritchard and
| children of the Whelan neighborhood
were guests at the W. 11. Pritchard
home from Friday until Sunday,
Mrs, George Whitten *■ i Colfax
was a guest at the home of her
mother. .Mrs. S. 1.. Brown, several
days last week.
Floyd Lyle and Miss Angle Lochlin
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Lyle front Wednesday until Saturday
eel last week.
JOLLY PARTY
On Friday evening. December I,
about 40 of the young people of he
C. E. society of he' l. P. church par
ticipated in a very pleasant social
time at ihe home of Mr. W. S. Neil
about two mile's south on the John
son road. The party had a delight
ful ride out, leaving the church at
7:15 In two hayracks. After arriv
ing ai the- ranch a Few games, some
music and refreshments were en
joyed, The Rev. Dr. Spalding dis
missed them. Dr. and Mrs. Spalding
and Mrs. Pfeiffer acted as chaperons.
Mrs. J. E. Laird and Mrs. A. C.
Webber, entertained al the home of
the' former nt a turfkey dinner on
Thanksgiving day the' State College
students from Sunnyside. Wash. Of
the 22 invited guests 19 were college
students.
ORDINANCE No. '.IM
An ordinance changing the name
of Main Avenue rom he west line of
lot 6, block 9, to the east.line of lot
11, block T. In College Park Addi
tion to Pullman, to College Avenue;
and College Avenue In Campus Park
Addition to Pullman, to Adams
Street. The City Council of the City
of Pullman, do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the name of Main
Avenue from the west line of lot 16,
block 9, to the east line of lot 11,
block 7. in Campus Park Addition to
Pullman, be and the same Is hereby
changed to College Avenue.
Section 2. That the name of Col
lege Avenue in Campus Park Addi
tion to Pullman, be and the same is,
hereby changed to Adams Street.
Section 3. All Ordinances and
parts of ordinances In conflict with
this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Section -i. This ordinance shall be
in lull force and effect, from and
after Its passage and approval and
five days after its publication in the
official - paper of the City of Pull
man, Washington.
Passed the th day of December,
1916.
Approve i the sth day of December,
1916.
WM. SWAIN.
Mayor pro tent,
Attest:
Matilda F. Gannon,
City Clerk.
Approved as to form:
M. S. Jamar,
City Attorney.
Go to Duthle's for Big Horn and
Utah coals.
SPELLING CONTEST
I Oil GRAM! SCHOOLS
County School Superintendent Bus
bey has sent out the following letter
to the grade school teachers of the
county, pertaining to the county-wide
spelling contest:
"I wish to call your attention again
to the county-wide spelling contest,
which will be conducted this year
and to urge that every Sixth, Seventh
and Eighth grade teacher take active
Interest In this work, if yon read
the bulletin sent out earlier In the
year, you understood that the time
spent upon the regular spelling les
son during the year will fit pupils to
enter this contest since the lists of
words selected are the regular spell
ing lists In the Merrill speller.
' Arrangements have been mauw
whereby a gold watch will be offered
for first prize In the county contest
and a Eastman kodak for the second.
Both of these prizes will he suitable
for a boy or girl. I have received
many interesting letters from teach
ers and district chairmen, announc
ing their intention of taking part and
stating tlie prises to be offered lo-
ally."
Schools entering the contest will
first hold a local speeling match, the
winners to represent the school In a
sectional contest to be held at some
central point two weeks before the
teachers' institute. The winners In
the sectional contests will meet in
the final test during institute' week
next April.
The Women's Guild of the Episco
pal church will hold a sale of useful
and beautiful article's for Christmas
in the Palace hotel dining room Sat
urday afternoon, the 9th,
Real home made apple butter —
you'll like if delicatessen counter.
Phone 3!).
decs C. 11. SANDERS CO.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
In the' Superior Court of the State
of Washington, in and for the
County of Whitman.
li. F. Staley, Plaintiff, vs. W. I!, Hill,
Defendant.
The State of Washington to the Said
W. 11. Hill, Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within CO days after the first
publication of this summons, to-wit,
within 60 days utter the 3rd day of
November, 1916, and defend the
above entitled action in the above
entitled court, and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, and serve a
copy of your answer upon the under-
. ned attorney for plaintiff, at his
office in the City of Pullman, County
of Whitman, State of Washington;
and in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand, of the
complaint which has been filed with
the clerk of said court. The object
of the above entitled action is to ob
tain judgment against you for the
sum of $107.83, together with inter
est thereon at the rate of six per cent
per annum from the first day of Oc
tober, 1915, until paid. The plain
tiff has attached real estate in which
it is claimed you have an interest,
said real estate is situated in the
County of Whitman, State of Wash
ington and described as follows, to
wit: the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 18.
township 15, north range 46 E. W. M.
JOHN W. MATHEWS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. 0., Pullman, Whitman County,
Washington.
Nov 3 Dec 8
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Soon the temperature will Ik» drop
ping below :V2 degrees— <!.» you want
to risk a frozen radiator, cracked cyl
inder, etc.
It lie. l, sec lis NOW about storing
iii ..in- heated modern garage, where
your .in is always under watchful
care.
;isliine|i„ ami polishing service
thai is RlGHT—done properly with
out marring the finish of your cur.
Reasonable charges.
Martin's Garage
Pullman, Wash.
FRED BOREMAN
Washington Court
Painting Paper Hanging
Calclmining
Interior Decorating
Phone 3152
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR. 1). R. CAMPBELL
Physician and Surgeon
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
Office phone 32
Residence phone 6
DR. L. G. KIMZEY
Successor to Dr. Ed Maguire
Office at Wliite's Drug Store
Residence 301 Colorado St.
Residence phone 56, Office phone 126
DR. B. T. PATEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Ruply Blk., over Dutton's
Phone 100
Office phone 81
Residence phone 3481
DR. XV. LUTHER HOLT
Osteopathic Physician
Office hours: 9t012a. m.
2 to 5 p. m.
Office opposite Post Office
Pullman, Wash.
M. S. JAMAR
Attorney at Law
Office in Flatiron Building
D. 0. DOW
Attorney at Law
Room 14, First National Hank Bldg.
LOVEJOY & SANGER
Attorneys at Law
Room 11, First National Bank Bldf
DR. A. E. SHAW t
DR. HARRY S. HALL \ Dentists
Office:
First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pullman
Hours: 8 to 12 a.m.; 1 to 5 p.m.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Dentist
Office in First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 02
DR. R. W. HARROLD
Dentist
EMERSON BUILDING
Phone 100
€^. T. ALLISON BALL
A*_m£k 3ijSt'.N Kje Specialist
WRLji PJfe Office First National
N^jSSgS^/ Bank Building
Phone 1403
mW. H. STRAUB
Optical Specialist
Strictly Correct
Classes Guaranteed
Room 3, Emerson Building
Phone 3681
MISS EMMA C. ANDERSON
Graduate Nurse
General Private Work
Phone M 285
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Walla Walla, '
Wash., October 31, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that John [
A. Strelb, of Wawawai, Washington, i
who, on October 28, 1911, made j'
Homestead Entry No. 05365, for ',
NW,% SW',4, Sec. 35. and Lots 4 and <
5, Section 34, Twp. 14 N. R. 43 E., '
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice ',
of intention to make five-year proof, '
to establish claim to the land above '
described, before William A. Inman,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office at |
Colfax, Washington, on the 16th day
of December, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank Crampton, of Colfax, Wash.
Sherman Hrannon.of Pullman, Wash.
Ernest Gordon, of Wawawai, Wash.
Price H. Dowdy, of Wawawai, Wash.
Not coal land.
FRED M. HEDGER,
Register.
See Duthie tor all kinds of !
lumber. apr!4tf
FOR SALE—Several fresh milch
cows. Max Hinrich, Pullman, Wash,
24decs
The
Pullman Hospital
Pullman, Wash.
Itol Star Route Bt. Phene ••
PULLMAN
Union Supply Co.
COAL, WOOD, FLOUR
and MILL FEED
Special price* on large lot* of coal
FIRE INSURANCE
JAMES EMERT, Agent
Phone 51
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| REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP """"I
I The Pullman State Bank
= _ OF PULLMAN, WASH. **^
s November 17, 1916
I RESOURCES
5; Loans itnd discounts .......... «r,j.> r<- 0 a
S _ *«4-.558.04 •->
— Bonds and warrants '.. 5 G2l
_ Banking house, furniture and fixtures 20 188 59
E Other real estate owned 18*550 on
— J0,050.00
_ Claims and judgments 7*790 on
~ Cash and due from banks 100*721
I LIABILITIES -$855,426.30
| Capital stock % 37,500.00
= Surplus and undivided profits .... is 96109
= Deports 011.365 21
I Hills Parole 187,600.00
= i • i , ■ , —*855.426.30
= Increas in deposits as shown in last three reports to Stat ft
5 Examiner le *$ .;
5 Report of June 30, 1916, deposits frt^ncnn
= Report of September 13, 1916, deposits. " "'SS' 9S :
_ Report of November 17, 1916, deposits. ...V.'.'.'.' .'.'Jeuffi! I
j§ R. C. MeCROSKEY, President -—==========—=--_
S J. L. METSKER, Vice-President
= J. N. SCOTT, Ca.hier
| R. E. doty, Am** tmMm
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]! ONE NIGHT ONLY ]
REESE BROS. AFRICANDER [[). I
!; 15 PEOPLE 15
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
jj Musical Comedy, Minstrel and
\ Jubilee Singers
SOUTHLAND
j! Music, Songs, Dances, Comedy and Vaudeville
]! A Musical and Novelty performance that will
ji delight and instruct you. If Laughing
]! Hurts You, Stay Away.
THEATORIUM
|| Tuesday, Dec. 12th Show starts at 8:15
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jj SPECIAL NOTICE— AII the latest Charlie
]> Chaplin pictures will be shown at Theatorium
< after Dec. 24. Charlie Chaplin in the Pawn
( Shop, Dec. 25.
NOONDAY BAND PARADE
EXCURSION
FARES
Between all points in Oregon "M
Washington and Idaho, for the "-,*s»
HOLIDAYS
CHRISTMAS NEW YEARS
—on f
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
Tickets on sale December 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
><Cl7 N y Return limit January 3, 1917 __^__
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I«Yj|&x\ For rates> etc apply to
I A| B J WM. LAIRD, Agent
\s&fffy M. A. BERG, Tray- Pass. Agent
A. D. CHARLTON, A.G.P.A., Portland, Or.
fSlpaiTi
Will leave Pullman Wednesday \
December 20, at 4 P. M.
FOR SEATTLE-TACOMA AND CONNECTION
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