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Eager hands will strip the tree of its
treasures, tinsel and candles will van
ish and the tree itself will come to an
ignominious end in the rubbish heap.
But pictures of the tree, of the
children at play with their new toys,
pictures of all that makes a Christmas
merry will live forever.
The White Drug Store
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We are equipped to handle any kind of
a contract — large or small
OUR MILL WORK
Roth Construction Co.
if dp Api nil IWBlr
1 HEAT^TIGHT (H| 1
In From the Cold I
After the romp outdoors a good
oil heater is first protection against
colds. Filled with Pearl Oil it
1 gives cozy warmth wherever
wanted. Economical. No smoke,
no odor, for Pearl Oil is refined
and re-refined by our special proc
ess which makes it clean-burning.
Sold in bulk by dealers everywhere
and by our stations.
Order by name— Pearl Oil.
|j STANDARD OIL COMPANY
! CUT OUT THE EAVESDROPPER
I Nrw Device Ii Expected to Elimir.ati j
Listening in. on VVireiesu
Successful demonstrations of a now
>. iieiess Invention, « nil li marks a
step toward the secrecj of wireless
telephone arid telegraph messng< ■»,
have taken place In Ureal Britain,
; and Signer Marconi Is at present con
| ducting further testa nt sen In is
! yacht Electro with a view to its wld'
i er application.
Details of the Invention are sccrot,
! hut II may be staled at, cord fiig
; to the Continental edition of the L«»n-
I (ton Dally Mall, an apparatus has
i been devised which, by what experts
i ""all an "electrical method of concen
j tration." propagates the electric wive
| less wave In a "beam" In any desired
i direction and In that direction only,
Hitherto the electrical waves sent
lon I from wireless stations have
I spread but In all directions and all
! who "listened In" could hear. The
'■ new Invention will mark the end of
| the wireless "eavesdropper." When
: it is perfected a wireless station will
be able to send out Morse or spoken
i messages which will be beard only by
' those for whom they are Intended.
The new apparatus Which is being
; worked at an experiment station In
j Great Britain with a short wave
length, lias recently been demonstrat
ed by a number of experts who ex
pressed the greatest interest In the
It is known that German wireless
research has been lately closely (11
--. rected to this problem of the "eaves
i dropper," for the Germans realised
j that we were able to pick Up with our
I listening sets much valuable Infor
mation about Zeppelin movements
! during the war.
! HOW DOLLAR WORKS FOR YOU
Benjamin Franklin's Fund of $5,000
Grew to $431,383 in One Hun
How the dollar invested works for
the individual himself has been best
Illustrated by that first great Ameri
can teacher of thrift. Benjamin
Franklin. In 1791, he bequeathed
£1.000 ($5,000) to the common
wealth of Massachusetts and to the
city of Boston as a mark of his appre
! elation for having appointed him as
agent in England at the "handsome"
salary of £2.000 ($10,000) and to
' make his bequest really valuable with
\ his great foresight, Franklin provided
In his will that this £1,000 should be
put OUt at 5 per cent Interest for one
hundred years; that at the end of
that time 81-181 of the fund accumu
! lated should again be put out at in
terest for another hundred years and
, then the fund be divided one-fourth to
Boston and three-fourths to the State.
Let us show how well that £1,000
: of Franklin's hits worked. At the end
,of the first hundred years it had
grown to $431,883.62. It was then dl
vided In accordance with the will;
$329,300.48 was set aside for "public
work" and $102,083.11 was started on
its course of earning interest for an-
I other hundred years. That was In
1891. January 1, 1918, this sum had
grown to $267,805.15 and at this rate
of increase the fund should amount
to at least six million dollars when
the second period Is completed, and
may be considerable more. —World's
Title Fits the Duties.
The colored caretaker of a small |
town library boasted the title of ;
"Custodian," which he had embroid
ered on the front of his cap, a source
of lasting pride. Having marked
diplomatic ability, he deserved a
four-syllable title. One morning
■while he was sweeping off the front i
walk a wandering loafer, also of Af
rican extraction, paused in front of ;
him and scrutinized the cap closely.
"Cuss-todlan 1" he ejaculated.
"Down whah I came from they calls j
common niggers like you janltahs."
"Ye-es," observed the ebon-hued i
diplomat, pausing a moment from his
i labors, "dats all right In Memphis. j'
I But on a Job like ells, 'custodian' Is I
■ mo' appropriate. You see. you haf j
to cuss half de patrons and toady to I
| de rest of 'em."—Judge.
Net All Blind.
Two charming sisters are engaged j
| to two brothers, and their neighbors ■
j have been Interested In this dual love !
I affair. The young girls live In the
second flat of a house on the south
side of the street, and the other day ;
' the elder sister was stopped In the |
street by the young scion of the fam- j
ily who occupy the second fiat in the I
boose Just opposite.
"Oh, Miss Mlggs." said the hoy.
"my -papa said last night that some
, me ought to tell you to pull down
the blinds, 'cause If love Is blind, the
neighbors are not r—London Tit-Hits, j
From Ear to Car.
Willie was away from home for the
first time, staying with some friends.
He was allowed to "sit up" for dinner.
1 The servant came round with a plate
of slices of melon, and the hostess
noticed Willie hesitate about helping
himself. "Don't you like melon?" asked
■ his hostess encouragingly. "Very much.
thank you," replied Willie, "only they
make your ears so wet."
On the Dry Bathing Beach.
Mabel —That's « lovely bathing suit
you're wearing. But aren't you fruit*
water will take the color out?
. .loan —It might, so I always buy- ]
it dry cleaned.—Detroit News.
THK PULLMAN HERALD
The Togs Clothes Shop
1 -3 Off on all Clothing
Friday, December 10
We are taking our medicine for a whole year
—all at one time. We are going to save the
people that need clothes a long, painful period
of hesitation, and restore at one stroke the
lowest stable price basis that it is possible to
reach within a year.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Known as the Best—The Best Known
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Pullman Lewiston Moscow Colfax
The Grange Warehouse Company Has Demonstrated
the Success of the Co-operative Plan in Pullman
In four and one-half months its store has sold $35,000 worth of
merchandise on the non-profiting plan;
Money formerly going elsewhere is now being spent in Pullman.
The growth of tin.' warehouse means that its customers are getting
more and more for their money. The larger the membership the
cheaper goods can be bought and sold.
Selling prices consist only of wholesale cost, plus transportation!
plus the pro rata cost of operation.
The Co-operative Store Can Save You Money,
1. It buys for cash in large quantities.
-'. It sells for cash- this means no bad accounts.
•i. Ik operating expense is kepi low.
I. It delivers large orders to group houses and private homes
direct from the car- this saves in expense of handling.
5. You pay for delivery only when you use it—a 15c chaise for
•>. Tin- customers own the store- patronage is guaranteed.
7. It has no interest to pay on working capital. You receive your
interest in decreased cost of goods with every purchase.
These Advantages Are Yours When
You purchase one share of stock for $25 and pay an annual trading
fee of $3.
Members of the Grange are exempt from the trading fee.
The store does not sell to non-members.
You Are Invited to Visit the Store, Investigate Prices,
Goods and Service
w . The store is located at 71' Grand Street.
Do riot expect to find leaders sold below cost to attract trade. The
cost of operation is shared by all goods sold.
NO PATRONAGE IS ASKED UNLESS EQUAL QUALITY IS
RENDERED FOR LESS MONEY
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