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J'mni Journal, Nov. 15.
Grandnm Skeela has sold, within th:
past 10 days. 80 acres of land to Mr. N.
Jacobs, ST., and 210 to that big farmer,
John I. Kline. Mrs. Skoels has only re
served 40 acres and the fine house she
resides in adjoining town.
Prof. Merriiaan. of Coltou, has, wo are
pleased to learn, been employed to teach
the coming fall and winter term of our
ft is our painful duty to chronicle the
l.iitli of Annas E. Rogers, aged 24
years, who died on Saturday afternoon
under strange circumstances, as far as is
known to us. As near as we can learn
he was assisting his father herding a
band of 700 sheep belonging to a Mr.
Robinson, of Spokane Falls. On Sat
urday afternoon Annas was found in his
cabin, lying on his eot, with bis boots
off, and already beyond the, power of
speech, and almost dead. At present
writing there is nothing known as to
whether Annas committed suicide or
whether it is a sad case of accident. The
report is that he used strychnine to poi
son a dead cow which was to be made
food of for the coyotes, and used his
knife in inserting the strychnine, and
that some of the poison must have ad
hered to the knife, and in cutting off a
chew of tobacco he took enough poison,
with fatal effects.
KNAPP, BURRELL& COMPANY,
The Leading Lines of Farm Implements,
MONITOR DRILLS & SEEDERS, GALE SPRING TOOTH SEEDERS, GARDEN CITY
PLOWS, Up celebrated F. I>. GANGS, MoGORMIOK and DEERING lIAli-
VESTING MACHINERY, BAIN WAGONS, RACINE HACKS.
COLUMBUS AND E. & P. BUGGIES, ESTC.
Please Drop In and Lpok Us Over.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TKUKITOKY.
S'feXVEll & WALKER
STUDEBAKER FARM AND BPRINGj
LITTLE GIANT GANG PLOWS.
J. I. CASE WALKING AND BULKY
KEYSTONE DISC HARROW,
THE STANDARD SPRING TOOTH
CLARKS <'OTA\YAY HARRI>V.
SUPERIOR STEEL LAND-ROLLERS
HOOBIER SEEDERS A DRILLS,
HOOSIER PRESS DRILLS,
BUCKEYE FEED MILL & POWER,
DIAMOND FEED MILLS,
Dedrick Hay Presses
ross FEED CUTTERS, fob HAND
Acme Brick and Tile Machines, Swell-
Body Cutters and Sleighs,
•I. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE
CCS ENGINES & SAW-MILLS,
i■ ' ,
Chandler .V Taylor's No. 1 Engines and
Saw-Mills, &cJ, &c.
j'(/./.UI.V. - WASH. TEH.
Cash Cole was called Wednesday to
the deathbed of his father in California.
Everyone here will recollect Mr. Cole,
who was a respected' citizen of Palouse
City, ami will be sorry to hear of his
\ dying. '
MARK C. TEUE'B
Palace Livery Stable.
I'II.!,. MAN. W. T.
The Finest of Teams,
AM) BUGGIES ALWAYS ON HAND. AND
DRIVERS SUPPLIED WHEN DESIRED.
Kates are Reasonable
Cor. Paradise and Pine St«.
E. W. Downen & Co.
Farms Bought & Sold
MONEY TO LOAN
- on Real Estaio at th» W«>( rate-.
FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN
in firet-claxs companies,
i LEGAL INSTRUMENTS CAREFUL
!v executed. Bnßiness ]ilhvpcl in my hands iriJ]
receive prompt a'ni careful attention.
l: l. >|ir-i.'lor
Puiiman Livery, Feed
Finest Turnouts in the City.
Horses boarded for mhv length <>f time at the
most reasonable rHtiv. and |M;rii<:>lar attention
paid to TBAKHIENT STOCK.
l£T AS AX AUCTIONEER
I claim to "take the cake," gad am alw»w oil
lminl to attenil to business in tlmt line.
GRAND ST.. PULLMAN.
E. H. LETTEEMAS & CO.,
Highest market price paid fur Wheat,
Oats, llarlev, and Flax.
PULLMAN, - WASH. TEH.
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