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Friday. August 5, 1021
v T * 1 11 1 XT Neighborhood News SPRING FLAT Mr and Mrs. William MeCorkel of Weston. Oregon, were the guests of M, a Isabella Taylor this week. « and Mrs* Joe Naffziger and F„rl Naffer visited at the home of Mr* and Mrs. C. E. Naffziger Sun da y afternoon. Bert Draper was a visitor at the Hay Guthrie home Monday. Lucile and Rowena Creighton have been spending a few days with Frances Bush this week, v Mrs will Naffziger spent Thurs day with Mrs. C. E. Naffziger. Mr. and Mrs. George Glunk called to 'see Mrs. Will Fredrickson, who is sick in the hospital at Moscow. Sat urday. k Mr. an d Mrs. Millard Naffziger spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Will Naffziger. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hush Saturday even ing were Mrs. Isabella Taylor, Aman da Taylor, Walter Taylor, Bill Tay lor. Elwood Moor, Mrs. Kamreth and Mrs. Hugh Taylor. Russell Draper spent Tuesday night at at Bert Draper home. BANNER W. W. Gorman made a business trip to Colfax Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse King and two children visited the Aug. Ander son home Thursday of last week. Frldolph Osterberg. Mr. and Mrs. King and Miss Ruth Olson went up to the Moscow mountains to pick huckleberries last Sunday. The Banner people send their heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. J. O. Cal loway and children. Mr. Calloway passed away at the Northwest sani tarium Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rodeen, Win. Fredrickson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid went to Moscow, Idaho, Sunday to see Mrs. Win Fredrickson, who is in the Gritman hospital. H. H. Cartis has purchased an Oakland Touring car from Martin's garage. J. B. Kite returned Saturday from Los Angeles, Calif. lie Is renewing old acquaintances and expects to lo cate in Pullman shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rodeen and family are down from Spokane on a week's visit among friends. The religious services and picnic held at the Andy Rodeen grove last Sunday were a big success. The ser mons were splendid and several mu sical numbers added much to the en tertainment. Miss Marjorie Christo pher sang several solos and Mrs. S. A. Jacobson and daughter, Winifred, al so sang a duet. Several threshing machines will start this week. Mrs. Dickinson of Albion is assist ing Mrs. Carl Reid while the Reids are busy threshing. W. W. Cochran had the misfortune last week to get one finger badly hurt with the binder knife. ROSE CREEK Mr. and Mrs. John F. Graham ' have our congratulations on the ar rival of a baby girl Saturday, July j 30. The little lady has been named j Virginia. - Walter Black of Spokane came to ; Jesse Barber's Saturday to run the separator on the Petersen-Barber j machine. Mr. and Mrs. .1 C. Parr and sons returned Monday from their vaca tion trip to Seattle and Bremerton and spent one night with Mrs. Parr's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Rodeen, Every one is busy harvesting so there Is little visiting. Bert Draper took dinner Monday 'th Mr. and Mrs. Ray Guthrie. Otu* community extends heart felt sympathy to Mrs. J. O. Calloway and family In their bereavement. A large chrowd attended the serv es and picnic at the Andrew Ro deen home Sunday and were very ra<l(, plased with the addresses given by Rev. Ovall of Spokane and Rw - Lind of Salem, Oregon. Mr«- J. 0. Adams called on Mr. &»d Mrs. J. p. Graham Friday. , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rodeen and family are visiting her parents, Mr. a nd Mrs. w. E. Benedict. . Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hunton and ramilygpent Sunday evening with "'"•and Mrs. S. E. Hunton near Col ** and Eugene remained to spend the, week with his cousin, Wallace. FORD *. H. Breeze and Mr. Cole had a "sion on a narrow road near r - Cole's ranch last week. Fortun iiii v, no harm was done except some «nt damage to Mr. Breeze's car. _Mias.LaVera Swlntord of Nes- Jg 'a.visiting her grandmother. M,J M. A . Draper. . n r *nd M". Edward Bo wen have « Mrs. VanSlkye's house. Mr.. VanSlyke has gone to Moscow to .visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Draper and Mrs. Roy Draper visited one day last week with Mrs. m. A. Draper. Mrs. Robinson has gone back to her daughter's, Mrs. King. she is through helping Mrs. Greenwell. Russell Draper spent Tuesday night with Bert Draper. Sydney Saunders 0 Walla Walla is visiting his cousin. S. H. Breeze; The people of this vicinity are ex pecting a threshing machine to be gin operations Wednesday of this week. J Arthur 'kens is helping Mr. Mengelkamp with his cutting this week. The combine started work on Mr. Baton's place this week. STALEY Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Maston visited at the Frank Creed home near Pa | louse last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Maston and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Maston. Ted Meiner began combining on the Cooper farm Monday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper visited his ulster. Mrs. Copenhaver, who has been very sick, last week J. 1). Kumph of Montana, who has been harvesting Iter.-, completed shocking the first of the week. Carl Tuescher of Toroda, Wash., has returned to the Jennings farm for harvest. Threshing will begin the first of ! next week. Mr Robert.- expects to operate his threshing machine at 13 cents per j bushel. Frank Spence Is visiting bis sister, Mrs. Joe Cooper. The fall grain is about all bound j and nearly all In the shock. Some of the spring grain is ready to cut, but will not yield very heavily. CHAMBERS Hardy Long has six binders run ning on his place. Helen Kincaid spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Oscar Kincaid. Mr. and .Mrs. George Morgan and daughter and Mark Morgan called on Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pendry Sunday af ternoon. C. 11. Kincaid started his new com bine the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead called at Hardy Long's Sunday. Mrs Brownfield and family spent Monday with Mrs. Stanley Long. Melvina Stephenson is on the sick list this week. Bob Greenwell helped the Longs bind the first of the week. Mrs. S. Long was a Moscow, Idaho, visitor last week. Mrs. Christian and Miss Lois Gass are staying at the Polston home while Mrs. Polston is away. Little Van Long was on the sick list last week. WHELAN Mrs. Fred Wexler and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ray Bartleson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stirewalt spent Sunday afternoon with their daugh ter. Mrs. Roy Shafer, near Staley. Mr. and Mrs. T. Pritchard and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor drove to Al bion Monday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mr. Calloway. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Morris of Mos cow, Idaho, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Pickell. Mr and Mrs. Will M. Hooper of Chambers and Mrs. Jesse Gray of Pullman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Flaurice Gray. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cunningham and daughter, Earmel, visited at the ranch of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hoop er Saturday. CLINTON Sunday guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. IL Wolfe were Mrs. R. E. Largent of Kahlotus, Mrs. Roy LaFoliette of Colfax, Mr. and Mrs J. T. LaFoliette and children of Ewartsville, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. White of Moscow, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lukins of LaCrosse. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Procunier vis ited her parents at Clark-ton Sunday. Mr and Mrs. E. P. Thurston of Moscow. Idaho, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haynes from Satur day until Sunday evening. All pi Mr and Mrs. Haynes' children and grandchildren also visited them Sun dll B. McMurray la suffering from one of his eyes in which a piece of wheat chaff lodged a week ago Sun day He went to Spokane to a spe cialist, but the eye still troubles him Mrs. A. M. Bone and children are down from Spokane to visit her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Hackstaff. . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown and Mr. THE PULLMAN HERALD and Mrs. T. A. Brown were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of \V. m Benedict. Mrs. Benedict and daughter were Monday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Wood. W. M. Benedict has been on the sick list this week. W. W. Robertson expects to start out with his thresher the first of next week. Binding is pretty well fin ished in this section. HOLLAND STATION Mrs. A. P. Getchell and children of Juliaetta, Idaho, are visiting at the Scott Qetctaell home Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark, Mrs _. Drlskill and daughter, Bertrune, called at the Cloyd Clark home Sun day evening Mack Clark was a business visitor at Spokane Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Will Halpin of Pull man called at the Jim Clark home Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Belfre of Pullman visited her daughter, Mrs. T. Woods, Monday. Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Farrand home were Mr. and Mrs. M. Whitlow and son. Mark Jr., and Mrs. M. 1). Lee of Tacoma and Thornton Cole of Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. L. Brosa went to Colfax Tuesday. Mrs. Amy Rigby is at Colfax tak ing the teachers' examinations. Otto and Eddie Hagedorn started their thresher Wednesday on their home place. Jim and Mack Chirk have the threshers on their place. H. Mcin tosh is the owner of the machine. They began on Thursday ''VERDICT BY JUDGE LYNCH" Just Where That Famous Jurist First Held Court Has Long Been Mat ter of Dispute. "Lynch law" is purely an American ism. Its origin is somewhat in doubt. No such law is on the statute hooks, and the application of the expression today refers to outlaw or mob law which circumvents the written law, or inflicts a swift punishment before the legal authorities have had a chance to take action. Figuratively speaking, such an act is called "a verdict by Judge Lynch." According to one authority, one Charles Lynch, a patriot of Virginia, conspired with Robert Adams and Thomas Callaway, to deal out relent lessly and unhesitatingly, punishment to all law breakers and Tories during the days of our Revolution, However, this origin is disputed. Some say that there was a small body of water known as "Lynch creek" in North Carolina during the same pe riod In our history, and that on its shores a court-martial was held over the lifeless body of a Tory who had been hanged to prevent his rescue. Naturally, the verdict was death by hanging, and the judge did not have to bother about the execution of the sentence. —Cleveland Plain Dealer. Efficient Spending. The measure of real necessity is surprisingly small. When one finds the medium ground between prodigality and stinginess he will realize thai he can live there, even though his income may be moderate. Greater moderation in many things would leave us a healthier and happier race, to say nothing of what it would do for our hank accounts.. Certainly, before buy ing a thing one should honestly ask himself whether he needs it. He should, likewise, give himself iin hon est answer. The second principle of efficient spending Is that when one has honest ly decided that he needs a thing he should buy the best tie can get. If one buys at all, it pays to search the market for an article of high qual ity. Moreover, he is very apt not to find an article of high grade unless he doe-, search the market rather carefully. Right View of Life. It la time to get over the Idea that we have to be comfortable because we were brought up that way, while ..tilers were predestined to (misery and are so hardened to their condi tion thai we needn't bother. One ef feci of travel—if the traveler is im pressionable, and some travelers are pot - -is to show us that no country has a monopoly of certain homely virtues that take root and flourish in the bleakest, as in the richest sol!. Nor is any Other country particular ly Interested In our introspective studies of how good we are and our ingrowing Imagination of our great ness. Boastfulness is a posture as un lovely for the millions as It Is for one. Let us give credit to others for pos sessing some of the qualities we ad mire so much In ourselves.—Ex change. Sartorial Eclipse. "You say this embezzler was humili ated when forced to appear ln court." "Yes." . "That seems to Indicate that he has a conscience." ".Not at all. After having spent years building, up a local reputation its a 'snappy dresser,* he had to appear In a suit that needed |iresslng."— Birmingham Herald. Insurance! Talk with Downou. Classified I'OR SALE—One of Pullman's newest and best built bouses. Seven rooms, full, subdivided, cement base ment; hardwood floors; hot water heat; built-in features; two lavator ies; recently painted throughout; corner lot and garage; within one bio. of campus. Inquire of A. R. McClaskoj mayl'ltf FOR SALE ON TERMS— Seven room well built house; two lots, gar age, ide trees, in fact an ideal place close to business district on paved reel Possession Immediate ly. F. E. Sanger. apr29tf FOR BALK ON TERMS— i have houses of various sizes, prices and locations :it a bargain Must raise money to develop Canadian land See me and quit paying rent. F. E Sanger, apr29tf FOR SALE— House on College hill: v rooms: also household furni ture. Call at 1714 Monroe St. Phone 3074. Mrs. Kuria Strong. augo-12 FOR SALE —Two houses on Grand street. Write W. H. Spence, Philips burg, Mont, Jul22aug26 FOR SALE—A friend in China has sent me a box of drawn-thread and embroidery. These articles make fine wedding and Christinas presents. If you car to see these embroideries please drop me a card and I will be glad to send them for your Inspec tion. Mrs. A. W. Gilbert. auga FOR SALE—S2ISO second-hand automobile tor sale for $375. This car has been well taken care of; has is horsepower engine, and will make a cine roustabout truck and one that will pay for itself in haul ing wheat in 30 days. Telephone Main 3263 or Tel. No, 86, Pullman, Wash. augstf FOR SALE Advance engine, 22 horsepower, with plow gear; also 22 --36 steel frame Nichals & Sheppard separator, A real bargain if taken at ..nee. Potlateh Merc, Co. jul29aug1 2 FOR SALE —Team of horses; 5 and •', years old; Percheron stock; weight 3350. Herman F. Harms, Route 3, Pullman, phone Farmers 13. Jul22augl2 FOR SALE — One Westinghouse range; one Majestic stove; good con dition. Inquire at 208 Columbia St.. College Park. augs-12 FOR SAFE OR RENT— A good piano. Write Myrtle Webber, 4103 Sunnyside Aye., N. 10., Seattle, Wn. jul29augs FOR SALE —Ford runabout; just overhauled; all new tires; $250. J. E. Hammond Plumbing Shop. jn24tf FOR SALE—I6-ft. Beat combine hitch complete; new draper. Price $500. Hately, McClaskey & Klem gard. jlyStf FOR SALE— Household furniture, fine Jersey milch cow, chickens, etc. J. A. Hungate, phone 1084. Jl29au6 FOR SALE—Household goods; 403 Montgomery. Phone 1871. Mrs. A. E. Lundgren. augotf FOR SALE—4 doz. Ms-gallon (glass top) fruit jars 805 Spring St.. downtown, augS FOR SALE -My residence at 1310 State street. Call after 6:00 o'clock. A. J. Fulkerth. u^.".-2<; FOR SALE —Good buggy and harness, cheap. Phone 1384, ju!29augs FOR SALE — Feed oats on the J. 11. Maynard farm, 12 miles south of Pullman. auga- 1 J FOR SALE Eden electric wash ing machine; 505 Colorado St. Phone 3352. jlylsaug!9 FOR SALE Furniture, stoves, household goods; 304 Ash St. Phone 2942. augs-12 FRUIT JARS jul29atis Call 2163 FOR RENT — Large furnished room. 508 McKenzie. Phone 2652. ; jul29tf FOR RENT—Large furnished room. 503 McKenzie. Phone 2653. jul29tf LOST—In Pullman or between Pullman and Moscow, Idaho, small i Indian blanket. Reward. Phone Farmers 186. augs-12 , LOST— Bunch of keys on ring. Finder please return to Herald office, $1 reward aim". ■ -. .. WANTED —At once, man with equipment to mow and rake small alfalfa field Call evenings, phone 1154. augS WANTED— High school girl to help with housework. Phone 14 63. 00 W. Main. am V; WANTEDPIain sewing; chil dren's clothes a specialty. Mrs. A. Linn Jinnett, 1606 B St. Jllsep9 NOTICE— Buy your groceries at the Midway store. jlylssep3o Come to Pullman and give your children.a college education. I can sell you some well located houses If you get here soon enough. J. M. Reid, Pullman, Wash. attgßtf INSURE WITH McCLASKEY *" • .**• M _— r*lWfi>Pl ri'_*_-B*_>_M —_____._______________________»- ____t_K-4__«*_____^____________-_] ■T_r.n.n..rM».M.Uff_n:ii:i rHr i /f's good /or you in ..-I _ Ml SSII HAZELWOOD fSft_ BUTTERMILK.' THE RED FLAG WILL NOT Fresh Every Day SPELL DISASTER IF YOU INSURE —*__ Eire Insurance is the thing to v be attended to now The ele ments do not Issue any mora tori in protect you from the TUT PITY PI 111 l ruin that visits all men Our ; IHr Ll 11 1.1 IK company Is conservative, safe, MIL "' ' I ULULI and financially strong. _____________________________________ . 11.1. IM.IIIII- .1 ■ -■1.1.11. I ■ .1. |. ■_-■!■.■■ -111-—— lw^S__ IMRS- GALLEN ///-^'rrfflrj 'iflßl •^I ERNITy ft.o".-!! made nrranneinents tor the collec D i \\^__L tion of garbage should call 3!>12 or ™.J » un ""^ H ■•'■•■ Win T. Brock, official garbage fc/ i^^^™*"*'^^^^^ B __augs-26 I^^^JEL; 1114 I The farmer who succeeds is the 83|| M^I^PlJ _Cl£ ST I one who has faith In his calling even L__l_Lf T>k^'' *■■» lf~ T 'iinl when many problems perplex him. mmmmm^m——____—_—um Am. ELECTRICITY finds many ways to brighten your house and lighten your work. Snap a switch and any room is flooded with clean, safe light. Put in Western Electric Power and Light and have light for every room in your home; every stall and passage in the barn. It gives you power to run the many electrical household devices as well as the grindstone, separator, fanning mill, water system, etc. See this Western Electric outfit in operation Call on W. E. BAIRD FOR ANYTHING ELECTRICAL *""-1-'*l-*^--a*-' *emm~m~— -.-. ■—■ m ■. —■» m «—■■—■ ■ — ■■ mm,,—~mm'^~*~~'*~'~*'''mmmmm»mmm——__—__m____—____mMma_ *U~~ __ 1/^ ommercial 3 VJordiality i W Since the clay this Institution first opened it W m has been our privilege to work closely with the pjj W business men of this community. N N This intimate co-operation is as inspiring to M EM us as i; is helpful to commercial interests. PI W Our aim is always to do more than is expect- || U ed of us in serving our business friends. W _H__t___fT_rT ■ w^ rPf^rM_KT/y!, T IW r* Ppi*_rf _\*l __4 fj,l -*• **V ' * Hy. mm) •T_m~-_m*__*-m m mr—~~-'<j£* V^>ff T^ryyT'T *fc* W If " Paso Five.