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mmma —-—— Neighborhood News JOHNSON The farmers in the Johnson coun try would be very glad for rain to come at this time, as the season for sowing the fall grain is here. Very little rain Las fallen this fall, so tha ground is very dry. Many summer followed fields are being seeded in spite of the continued dry weather. Avery Mclnturff and family are visiting this week at Mldvale, Idaho. They drove through In a Ford car. Lester Mitchell and wife visited' last week at the home of Mrs. Mitch ell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wig gins, in the Rolling Green neighbor hood. Mr. Mitchell is an agency di rector of the Great American Insur ance company, with headquarters at Spokane. L. T. Babcock and wife attended the Whitman County Principals' as sociation meeting at Colfax last Sat urday. Miss Alice Miles visited her broth-1 ers, Arthur and Philip, In Pullman last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Su sannah Barber also visited home ! folks in St. John. Her brother ! brought her hack to Johnson Sunday afternoon. It has been decided to hold a com munity celebration in the high school gymnasium on the evening of No vember 11, this being the annivers ary of the signing of the armistice last year, also the anniversary of the admittance of the state of Washing ton Into the Union. The high school boys have their new basket ball and have begun regu- c lar practice afternoons after school. Johnson has some good material for a winning team this year, the only things needed being training and en durance. Eighteen young people of the com munity met at the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening and or ganized a Christian Endeavor society. Miss Alice Miles was chosen presi dent. Miss Nellie Ruble, first vice piesident; Miss Grace Willoughby, secretary; and Miss Susannah Bar ber, treasurer. Miss Belle Bishop was chosen chorister and this assures ; some fine musical programs. The society will meet each Sunday even- ' ing at 7:00 o'clock. The returned missionary from Per sia failed to put in an appearance ' last Sunday, as had been announced, ' so the Presbyterian pulpit was occu pied by the Rev. Mr. Hedges as usuaL i George Ruffler came home with ! Lester Babcock and visited with him ' over Sunday. Both young men are students at the State College. Asa Ailor, ho was severely In jured last week by a pitchfork which came loose from the handle while it was being used by his brother, James Ailor, is reported to be slowly recov ering at the Gritman hospital in Mos cow, Idaho. The part of the fork which enters -the handle struck him fairly between the eyes and crushed the skull, penetrating the brain tis sues about two inches. The young man seems to be under some sort Of an unlucky star, as this is the fifth time within the past few years that he has had to be taken to a hospital for treatment. The Johnson school will be dis missed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week in common with the other schools of the county, ow ing to the three days Institute to be held in Colfax. L. C. Money has purchased prop erty in Colfax and is preparing to remove there with his family soon. He has rented his ranch to a party from Colton. ROSE CREEK Mr. and .Mrs. Karl Mael and three children of near Broadview, Mont.. are spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael. School was closed Friday so that the pupils could attend the county fair at Colfax. Thomas Dykes visited at Andy Mael's last week. Ray Warren and Floyd Fink au toed to Colfax Friday evening to see Mr. Fink's people, who arrived that day from Anderson, Mo. Jesse Grant and his uncle, D. A. Judson. started on Sunday for the Colville and Chelan country for deer hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael, Miss Esther Mael, Thomas Dykes and Miss Surah Paty attended the county fair at. Colfax Friday. ! Mr. and Mrs. W .A. Olson and Miss Paty went to Lewiston. Ida., and Clarkston, Wash., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benedict, Mrs. Lee Mael and son, Wilbert. Gladys Benedict and Ray Warren autoed to Colfax Sunday. They were guests oLMr. and Mrs. Charles Sturdevant for a reunion dinner served to 20 people. Mr. Benedict had not seen his sister. Mrs. Fink, for 14 years. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ethredge went to the Viola mountains for a picnic J. 0. Calloway and family attend ed the county fair at Colfax Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kinder and family spent. Sunday In Palouse, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas were at the Colfax fair Friday. L. V. Ricketts and wife called at S. R. well's Sunday afternoon. .Miss Gladys Benedict of Clinton district spent Friday evening and Saturday at W. E. Benedict's. The program for Columbus day at the Rose Creek school, Oct. 13 fol lows: Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean. . | School Tour Flag and My Flag.Fay Garrelta The Ships of Columbus Esther Mael, Russel Kinder The Flag Goes By. .Rufus Kinder, Russell Calloway, Russel Kinder The Flag e.i the Free Song by he School The Story of Columbus (in verse) School The Life of Columbus (a sketch). Golda Garrelts The Anvil Chor b, ..Son-, by School Keep a Trying Leonard Parr America School Salute to the Flag! STALEY-CHAMBERS Albert Jones is In the mountains hunting big game. Mrs. W. C. Maston returned from Baker City, Ore., last Saturday, She has been there for some time re ceiving medical treatment. J, B. Glover lias installed a grav ity water system on his Chambers farm. Mr. and Mrs. Olyn Hodge have moved onto the Haynes farm, near the Ford school house. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Creed of Gar- ! field visited at the Joe Maston home Saturday and Sunday. Claude Davis is hauling material for the erection of a modern bunga low. Ray Draper has moved bin family to the Draper farm west of Pullman. Mr. Angstl, formerly foreman on. the Coolidge & McClalne ranch, : shipped two cars of stock and Imple ments to ins farm north of Spokane, where he will reside. HOLLAND STATION Clyde Crawford, who has been farming one of M. Whitlow's places, has moved to town. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. .larron and' daughter, Nellie, spent Sunday at the Wm. Irwin home. Arthur Earl went to Lewiston Sat urday, returning Sunday. Win. Irwin spent the week-end in Spokane and Cheney. John .larron attended the county fair at Colfax last week. Will Halpin. Scott Getchell and W. C larron shipped out six carloads of wheat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Getchell spent Sunday evening at the Wm. Irwin home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Elder were guests at the .larron home Friday. Mrs. .1. V. Cole had the misfortune to have her tinners mashed while helping her husband unload a hay rack. John .larron is helping Win. Irwin dig potatoes this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Critchfield and family and Bruce Quiff were Sunday callers at Ceo. Ferrands's. Walter Thoney is helping Mr. Den sow in the Pacific Coast warehouse in Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simnis have j moved bock on the M Whitlow ranch Bruce Quiff visited John .larron at the Wm. Irwin home one day this ! week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Halpln and Son. Howard, were Spokane visitors last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Getchell and Mrs. Wm Irwin attended College I Grange Monday evening. EWARTSVILLE Mr. Erdsley of Berkeley. Calif.. who has been on a business trip to western Washington, has} been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. .1. Gor . don Klemgard, for several days. Mrs If. B. Rucker. Claude Rucker and Homer Holliday spent Sunday I afternoon at the L. R. Rucker.home. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. L R. Rucker and two sons. Delbert and Dale, were Moscow visit ors last Wednesday. J R. Fulfs was a business visitor in Moscow last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. J M. Klemgard, the j .Misses Ida ManleTg and Patsy Klem ' gard and Master Hudson Klemgard spent Saturday and Sunday in Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higginß left on Monday for Adln, Calif., to spend several weeks visiting the former's brother, whom he has not seen for nearly 25 years. From there they will go on to Oakland, to visit other' relatives, later going to Long Beach and San Diego to spend the winter. Mrs. J. M. Klemgara spent last Thursday in Moscow, with her daughter, Miss Mildred. J. C. Holllday arrived Tuesday from Centralis to visit his sister, Mrs. M. E. Rucker, nnd his son, Homer Holllday, L. R. Rucker this week purchased a new Chevrolet 1920 model from the Baker Motor company. Mrs. M. E. Rucker has been quite sick this week. Dr. and Mrs. Roland Low of Ross land are guests this week at the home of the hitter's brother, W. H. Pritch ard. L. 1!. Rucker was a business visitor in Colfax Wednesday. CLINTON Mrs. 1). L. Procunier was a Tues day afternon visitor at the \v. H. Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haynes, Mrs. N. Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes motored to Lewiston for fish Monday. Misses Arlle and Lcora Strohm have enrolled In the Clinton school. There was to be a meeting of the Grange Saturday night but poor at tenadnce made it Impossible. Misses Viola Gorber and Mabel Adams were visitors at the W. M. Benedict me Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. X. Haynes, Mrs. Sher fey. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes and family. Mr. and .Mrs. Olen Hodge, Vlr. and Mrs. Archie Haynes and baby, Mr. and Mrs-. T. B. McMurray and Mips Ruth Haynes wero visitors at the A. L. Haynes home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M Benedict and family, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Benedict, motored to Col fax Sunday to visit the Messrs Bene lift's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fink and four child ren returned to the Wm. Benedict home to spend a few days. Mr. and -Mrs. F. Markowski and son, Carl, and Grandma Raum were visitors at the Carley home at Mos cow Sunday. Mrs. McMamah of Spokane has been visiting since Thursday at the W. W. Roberta home. Charlie Marek, who has been serv ing in the navy, has received his dis charge and returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Purnell and family came from Cheney Sunday to be at their sale on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Purnell, who have been visiting at the D. L. Pro cr.nier home, returned to their home in Clarkston Tuesday. Religious service was held at the Grange hall at 8 o'clock Sunday even ing by Rev Green of Moscow. Serv ices will be held every Sunday even ing. WHELAN .Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Ray Shafer were Moscow visitors Saturday Ir.st. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lukins of La- Crosse were calling on old friends and acquaintences Sunday. Mr. and Mis P. B. Morris and 'rank Pickell of Moscow were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. l. Pickell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wexler and children spent ihe last week in Col fax visiting relatives and tr.king in the fair. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hooper and Will were Colfax visitors Sunday. Jesse Cray i in; family took in the fair at the county seat Friday last. Mrs. Roy Shafer spent the week end at the rami near Staley. Mr. and Mr:-. Cnus. Stirewalt were .Moscow visitors Friday. ALBION Miss Flora Haxton visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Martin, last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sanborn of Bull man were business callers in Albion. Mrs. Adams, from near Pullman, is moving to Albion this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCall of Col fax visited friends here last Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Mack Chambers and family spent Sunday at the home of George Boundy. W. A. Buckholder of Portland, Ore., gave an excellent lecture in the Methodist church last Wednesday evening. It Is to be regretted that more did not attend. There will be a stereopUcon lec ture on the Creation, First Family, and the Deluge at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. Roy E. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, arrived in town Sunday, having received his dis charge from the army. THE PULLMAN HERALD Albion is to be sure of good roads for the coming winter as the rock crusher has started work on crushing the rock under the supervision of William Cunningham. A farewell gathering was held at the Masonic hall by the entire com munity in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson, who departed for their new home from this place last Sun day. Mr. Thompson has been a resi dent of this community for a goodly number of years and It is with great regret that we bade him goodbye, but we wish him and his the best of suc cess in their new home at Colville. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Whit man County. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Ann Patton. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, S. J. Polmeteer, has been appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of Mary Ann Patton, de ceased, and that all persons having claims against said deceased or her estate are required to serve them on M S. Jamar, attorney of record for said estate, at his office in the city of Pullman, Washington, where the business of said estate will be trans acted, and file said claims with the clerk of said court, together with proof of service thereof, within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: within six months from the third day of October, 1919, and any and all claims not so served and filed with in the time aforesaid will be forever barred. S. J. POLMETEER, Executor of the Estate of Mary Ann Patton. Deceased. Oct3-31 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of John Phalon, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed ex ecutor of the estate of John Phalon. deceased, and has, qualified as such executor, Notice is hereby given to all per sons holding claims against said de ceased, to serve the same on me or on Neill & Sanger, my attorneys of record, at Pullman. Washington, and file the same together with proof of such service with the clerk of the superior court at Colfax, Washing ton, within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice. All claims against deceased not served and filed as aforesaid shall be forever barred. Date of first publication, October 17, 1919. PAT RYAN. Executor of the estate of John Phalon, deceased. NEILL & SANGER. Attorneys for the estate, Pull man, Washington, oct!7-novl4 NOVICE TO THE PUBLIC It is in violation of city ordinances to post bills on telephone and elec tric light poles. To throw paper or refuse and to bacco and candy boxes on the streets. To empty cuspidors in the gutters, as is practiced by some. To allow freight to stand on tne sidewalk after being unloaded from the dray, especially fruit and vege tables, which people eat. To expectorate on the sidewalk. To operate automobiles with open mufflers inside the corporate limits. To repair or wash automobiles on the pavement. To park automobiles within 20 feet of a fire hydrant. ($25 fine.) To leave automobiles while engine is running, (state law.) C. M, HOOPER. Street Commissioner. octl7-nov 14 SALE DATES Geo. Stephenson and John T. Gra ham, October 18. E. W. Gragg, October 22. Auctioneer? N. W. CAIRNS Of Course WANTED—Two college students wish to take care of furnace in ex change for housekeeping rooms or room. Let us know what you have. Richardson or Drue, phone 2081. octl7 FOR SALE—CIay tile for land drainage. Geo. Hcrboth, Uniontown. octl7decl4 For Marinello Toilet Articles so to the White Drug Store. ocl7 FOR SALE—Or trade for good veal animal, 4 months heifer calf; cross between Red Poll and Durham. K. H. Vincent. 224 Cleveland St. oct 17 rt s Y,_jn EESPilHlo?.rcSJM*yjinlni em ■ ■ ■ i Q "ASK US FOR OUR BOOKLET, "CHICKS AND a Q Q CHECK." IT DEALS WITH INVESTMENT^ N W These are days in which many offerings are pre- U seated by unscrupulous promoters to "get rich " E U quick." To the inexperienced some proposed invest- H y ments have all the earmarks of being legitimate" N R Many will be the schemes to secure your Liberty ■ N Bonds. W Our advice is that you make the FULLEST IN- ■ N The facilities of this Institution are for your use M ka and protection. 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