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POTLAT€H LUMBER €OMPAHY
In order to make room for
a new line of goods, I am
going to sell my line of
KNIVES at COST
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS
AN OPPORTUNITY LIKE THIS
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Remember the kind to buy for the boys
, and girls
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Children's wearable companions. Every pair warranted.
} |lip mm OF SHOES WHILE YOU JIT
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PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEIIBEB 3, 1904~
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there been such
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of
Glasses. Our success in
this line is due, in a meas
ure, to the fact that we em
brace every new meritorious
idea. We constantly seek
to originate new methods of
excellence that will in any
way aid us in the practice of
|W. L. WHITE, M. D.
At White's Drug Store
NEWS OF THE CITY
RECORD OF THE WEEK
—J. S. Keener was here from
—Mrs. H. J. Welty is enjoying a
vacation at Long Beach, Wash.
—Creighton, the little son of Dr.
Hays, is suffeiing with typhoid fe
—There will be no preaching ser
vices at the Methodist church to
—Claude Ford has returned from
his visit to Portland and other Ore
—Kditor Rounds, of the Union
jtown Press, was a Pullman visitor
—Prosecuting Attorney Hanna
was a business visitor from Colfax
— Greenville Clark and family, of
Wardner, Idaho, were in Pullman
Thursday and Friday.
—H. J. Jackson, of Portland,
Oregon, an old-time Pullmanite, is
in the city on business.
— Rev. Frank Wyatt will hold
his first services at the Congrega
tional church tomorrow.
—Mrs. Ollis Pinkleyand children
left Wednesday for a two months'
visit to eastern relatives.
—Mrs. F. D. Gelwick, and" son,
Fred, '■ returned 'y^'isday from a visit
w v:th relatives-^, Portlani. % ;.;;;;>
—Rev. W. eT Powell, of the Bap
tist church, with his family, have
returned from their vacation trip.
—Erich Lybecker, a farmer liv
ing near here, has purchased the
ferry at Wawawai and will soon take
charge of the same.
—Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Driver left
yesterday for Walla Walla, Mr.
Driver having decided to go into
business at that city.
—" Grandma " Clark was given
a surprise at her home Monday
afternoon by a few of her friends,
the occasion being her Bist birth
—Quite a number of pupils took
the eighth grade examination which
was held in the public school build
ing on Thursday and Friday of this
—Mrs. J. W. Palmerton and lit
tle daughther returned the early
part of the week from a visit to
Mrs. Palmerton's parents at Walla
/ —Prof. J. L. Dumas, of the pub
lic school, has returned to his duties
after having spent the summer va
cation at his fruit ranch near Dayton,
Wash., and at the world's fair.
"^ —Miss Delia Allen has just re
turned from a short visit to Wilbur
friends and will leave this morning
to resume her duties as principal of
the Dayton High School.
—Mrs. Mattie Smith and Masters
Robert and George Bragg, who/
have been visiting the family or
Wilford Allen, left yesterday for
their home in Hood River, Oregon.
/—Will Lasher, for two years effi
cient quarter-back on the W. A. C.
team, and one of the headiest play
ers in the northwest, is to play with
the S. A. A. C. football team this
Ford does not have to lie about
his competitors in order to sell sacks.
He is selling more sacks than the
other dealers put together because
he is selling the best goods for the
least money. Every sack guaran
teed. ~ " G. W. Ford.
—A young man stepped into the
Miller-Wilson jewelery store Tues
day and after looking over the
watches for some time, found one
that suited his taste, paid for the
same and walked out. Soon after
ward Mr. Wilson missed a gold
chain which had been in reach of
the man, and started out in quest of
his customer (and incidentally the
chain.) He soon found him at the
0. R. (N: N. depot and went to fyrtl
Marshal Holt, but oil their return
they found that the fellow had left
for parts unknown.
—Peter Busier, proprietor of the
lunch counter in the rear of the
Court saloon, met with quite a pain
ful accident Monday which should
teach that gentleman a lesson.
While enjoying (?) the effects of too
much "booze" he fell among some
rubbish and when rescued from his
dangerous resting place it was plain
ly to be seen that the fall had re
sulted disastrously for his physiog
nomy, that part of his anatomy be
ing cut in several places. Dr. White
was summoned and dressed the
—"At the parsonage of the Wil
bur Memorial church, Monday even
ing at 8 o'clock, David McGowan
and Miss Aita Cusker, bbth 01
Walla Walla, were married by Rev.
Robt. J. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Gowan will reside on Balm street,
near Howard." The above from
the Walla Walla Union will interest
many Pullman people, as the groom
was at one time a resident of this
city, being employed in a local bar
—John Shay, who was recently
convicted of giving liquor to a
minor in this city and sentenced to
ten days in thecounty jail, seems to l
have a liking for that particular
place, for he was no sooner released
than he went to Tekoa and tried to
make an easy living by impersonat
ing a one-armed man and begging
on the streets. He was immediately
picked up and sent back to Colfax
for thirty days.
—Mr. A. M. Bryant left Wednes
day morning for Prescott, this state,
to accept the position of agent of
the O. R. & N. Co. at that place.
Mr. Bryant has been Western Uuion
telegraph operator at Pullman for,
the past six months and has many ;
friends here who regret his depart
ure but congratulate him upon his
success in so quick a "raise."
—Invitations are out announcing
the wedding of Miss Mabel Homer,
.slaughter of Prof. Homer of the
.Waitsburg Academy, to Mr. Gaston
Wilson of this city, the wedding to
take place on Wednesday, Sept. 7,
at 9 a. m., at the home of the bride's
parents in Waitsburg.
—Mr. H. F. Blanchard, late as
sistant at the postoffice, left Wed
nesday for McPherson, Kansas, to
accept a position with the U. S; De
partment of Agriculture. Mrs. B.
and Bernadine will remain in Pull
man for another nr uti '<ffore join
—The lip' on Sunday de
layed ha r > sting operations tor half
a day, but the no< .cable improve
ment in the r: , pastures, gar
dens, ci , -'an compensated
the loss. v
f . School Bells to Ring.
Monday morning, September 12,
: is the date set for the opening of the
j public school in this city, and on
i that date the young folks of the
city are expected to be on hand
; bright and early to be assigned to
their grades and take up the year's
The school buildings have under
gone: the usual summer renovation
and everything will be in readiues
to receive the pupils.
The school board has been most),
fortunate in securing the services of
a very competent corps of teachers,
which goes a long way toward the
success of a term of school.
/ The teachers will be assigned as
J. 1,. Dumas, Supt., Algebra and
Mrs. M. 1-;. Jenne, History and
Miss Adele Morgan, Reading and
Miss Fannie Weller, Latin and
Miss Ada A. Wexler.
Miss Anna Clemens.
Miss Ethel Strong.
Miss Anna Torsen.
Miss Calla Moulux.
Miss Abbie Dewey.
Miss Bernice Collins.
Miss Georgia Mallotte.
Of the new teachers, all of whom
come well recommended sod are es
pecially fitted for their wor,
WelJer if a gr.'dvaf at th ■•.'*,.
i burg Normal and Berkley. '
Miss Clemens graduated from W.
A. C. with the class of 1903 and
last year taught at Waitsburg.
Miss Strong comes from Indiana,
she being a graduate of the univer
sity of that state.
Miss Monlux is a graduate of the
Lewiston and Whatcom Normals
and has taught in Colfax the past
Miss Mallotte, of the primary
grades, is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Indiana and has had special
training in kindergarten work.
Miss Collins is a graduate of the
State Normal School, at Emporia,
Supt. Dumas looks forward to a
very successful school year with
these and the other teachers, all of
whom have established enviable
reputations in former years.
A Day of Society.
Wednesday, August 31st, proved
to be a day of receptions among the
people on Sunnyside.
Mrs. I. Dysart entertained a par
ty of ladies at her home in honor of
her mother, Mrs. Thompson, of
lowa, and sister, Mrs. Speed, of
The Dalles, Oregon.
Mrs. Oscar Hill entertained in
honor of Mrs. A. Hill, formerly of
Pullman, but now of Seattle.
Mrs. Mattie Smith was the guest
of honor at a reception given by
Mrs. Wilford Allen. Mrs. Smith
was at one time a resident of
this city but removed to Hood
River, Oregon. .C"N'■■
—When grain can be cut and
threshed for forty cents an acre with j
a combined harvester it certainly]
looks as though the old method off
cutting, shocking and threshing
at different times were doomed. /
—What came near being a suc
cessful jail break occurred at Col/ax
Monday night when two prison
in the county jail were caught 4 iu'pf
the act of sawing themselves l,offVv=||
doin with an old case kuife.