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GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Pres. S. A. TURNER, ASSIST. CASH.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt
and careful attention
THE SMARTEST COAT
SHOWN THIS SEASON
5; If you have your mind made up for a
| belt coat, remember that this is a dip
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'ifft: /■' |8 V* tremely large in the skirts. The
4" J 'I I 'I shoulders should have a squared,
1 slim effect, with practically no
ft'; '■% I K*f''^"~ " 'Jl ' padding. The fullness or-draping
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L WHITHAM & WAdNER.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, |ATURD4Y, NOVEMBER 5, 1904.
—J. C. Fair's little son, \yho has
I been so very sick, is improving.
—Mrs. W. H. Klepper and chil
dren returned to Spokane Monday.
—The new hot-air heating plant
is being installed in the Audito
NEWS OF THE CITY
RECORD OF THE WEEK
—Whitham & Wagner received
this week a carload of canned goods
for the college.
—Mrs. M. E. Kitchen returned
yesterday from a week's visit with
friends at Moscow.
—George Isaacson has gone to
the Alberta country, where he will
remain during the winter.
—Communion service and recep
tion of members at the Congrega
tional church tomorrow morning.
—Mrs. Adele Scott of Spokane,
department inspector of the W. R.
C, visited the local corps Friday.
—A boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Davis Monday, and a
baby of the same gender to Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Batty, Tuesday.
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—.Don't forget to eat with the
ladies of the Christian church, jiext
i Tuesday. Dinner, supper and
j midnight lunch will be served.
i —Otto Gitstrap, who resided in
i^itttejauin i B9O, tod& liere Mduciay
j as advance agent of the Humphrey-
Chapman Theatrical company.
—The educational exhibit, which
; has been held in the white brick
building, has been closed and the
exhibits are being removed.
—Prof. Preston Search lectured
on "The Most Beautiful Pictures in
the world," at the college last
night. The lecture was illustrated
with stereopticon views.
—Commissioner Klemgard has
returned from Jiis trip to the
World's Fair. We don't know
whether he stopped fiver at Poca
tello on his way home or not.
Nothing like a Cole's Hot Bl«t
--! Heater for these cold mornings.
'• By right use of this stove you need
: not let the fire go out till spring.
Even heat night and day.
—Mrs. S. C Chambers, who has
been in Oregon for some months
past, has returned and will remain
for a few weeks, when Mr. and
Mrs. Chambers will remove to New
port in the Webfoot state.
—J. W. Burgan and W. D. Out
■ man returned Monday from a two
days' goose hunt in the Big Bend
country, bringing home eighteen
geese, which they killed. Their
claim has not yet been substan
tiated with affidavits, however.
—During the engagement of the
Humphrey-Chapman company for
three nights at the Auditorium,
commencing Monday, November 7,
Manager Ford has arranged to re
ceive the latest election returns,
which will be read at the close of
—The ladies of the Christian
ch,urch are to serve dinner, supper
and midnight lunch, on election
day, in the Ankeny block on the
| corner of Main and Grand streets.
Those who remember the bounte
ous meals prepared by the Jadies
last year will not miss the opportu
nity to eat at their board again.
Meals will be but 25 cents each.
—A home talent cantata, with 75
children in the cast, is being rehear- 1
sed and will be given in the opera
house about November 15. Those
who will participate are pupils of
Mrs. W. H. Pitwood, instructor in
voice culture, and Miss Mozee, in
structor in piano. The entertain
ment is to be given as a benefit to
these classes. The cantata is call
ed "The Whole Year Round," and
represents the four seasons, with
king winter and queen's spring,
summer and autumn, with an ad
ditional queen of May. The four
principal features of each season-
Christmas, May day, Fourth of
July and Thanksgiving—are set
forth in pantomime. Much interest
is being taken in the coming event
by the little folks, and citizens of
Pullman are assisting in the prepa
rations for the event. : ;*
/-The football game at Settle
last Saturday, proved a defeat for
our boys, the U.of W. lads winning
by a score of 12 to 16. /ft was a
magnificent contest, 41 nd up to the
last few minutes of play looked as
though W.A.C. would retire with
the state championship. Rut the
'difference in altitude proved too
weakening for our'; boys, and the
V 3onnd-^.m? showed t ho'better fin
ish. The W.A.C. eleven covered
itself with glory even though it J
—The football game which was
to have been played on Rogers field
today between W.A.C. and Blair I
Business College was called off on
account of the non-appearance of
the Blair team.
—A number of Halloween par
ties were held Monday night, one
party of young people being enter
tained at I). B. Putnam,s while
another made merry at A. I).
— Prepdorn at the college had a
football game Saturday and the
middle and seniors each made 0
points, so that the-< championship
is still undivided.
— S. Cotton has gone to Wash
ington D. C, where be will do spe
cial work for the Department of
Agriculture, under Spill man.
— Prof. Sampson has returned
from a three weeks' trip to the
coast, where he has been engaged
in institute work.
Buy your pianos and organs from
a local dealer. Jos. Wallis will
give you the best you can get for
the money. (sitf)
Buy one of the famous ipc«<
washers from the Stevvart-Outn\an
They Know Him. '.\;>
This is the way the Dayton,
(Columbia Co.) Chronicle speaks
of our candidate for commissioner :
"John Rupley is a candidate for
commissioner on the republican
ticket of Whitman county. John is
one of the best men in the state and
will be elected if. the voters of Whit
man do their duty."
Prof. Ewer and wife, chiropo
dists, can be found in their apart
ments over Henry's restaurant.
Hard and soft corns, < bunions, in
growing or club naius treated in a
few minutes without pain of blood.
By dropping a postal card or, phon
ing to our address, we will call at
your home without extra charge.
A til. win, more upright or able
man than Wesley L. Jones never
represented Washington in the
hulls of congress. His course is
universally approved. Voice your
approval by your ballot next Tues
day. ' .■/ '• '■ ■■.:.;,-,:^
Ai i, republicans who desire to
vole for Kouwevelt electors should
plaoe an X at the hoad of the repub
lican ticket. If they denire to vote
for any other mime on any other
ticket they can do so by placing a
mark opposite that name. Hut be
Hure of your vote for Roosevelt.
N. I). Showai.tkh, the republican
nomineo for superintendent of
gchooU, has the endorsement of a
majority of the teachers in Whit
man county, regardless of their
political belief. It in better to
electe a recogniced educator to that
office than to elect one who is ho
anxious for the olliico that he will
i flop in b)f political belief in order
Ito secure the nomination.
The present republican county
clerk, W. 0. McCaw, has made a
splendid official., , He has saved the
county $700 aside from turning in
to the treasury $227.35, over and
"above the expense of hie office dur-'
ing his present term. When ibis
considered that the work in that of
fice has more than doubled during.
the past two years, hie record is
most remarkable* Vote for Mr.
McCaw,;^;;/:^;' ;. ; ; -.:.' v:>;: s:>|
■v;: ■' ' ■■ ■;,',i^ J.iijL. Slir-r"h'^ ;,■:,■'■'
V. Ale.'),, i !.: iliH republican
nominee for auditor, dhoti It! , bo ,
elected. That gentleman "is pecu
liorly fitted for the position-, is an
expert accountant and an honorable
man. Ho has made no pre-election
pledges to insuro his success and, if
elected, will go into the auditor's
office with clean hands, not having
any political pledges to fulfil.
Every republican, should vote for
V. B. McDowell.
Fresh Fruit for Grangers.
Strong efforts to advertise the re
sources of Eastern Washington are
to be put forth by the grange of
Whitman county at the annual
meeting of the national grange to
be held in Portland, Oregon, from
November io to 20, inclusive. The
exhibits prepared by ths granges
of the county for the county fair J
have been sent to Portland and
placed on exhibition. Now it is
planned to have the fruits of the
exhipition renewed daily during the ■
meeting. In an address on this '
subject to the grangers of the coun
ty, C. B. Kegley, a member of the
state executive committee, who had
charge of the preparation of the
county exhibit, says:
"The national grange meeting
will give an opportunity to show
our resources to a wider represen
tation than any occasion of recent
years. I"very state in the Union
will be represented by practical
farmers, who will observe and know
the true value of these products. I
want to ask every granger going to
Portland to attend the national
meeting to take a basket or box of
fruits and vegetables, grasses and
grains in order that the exhibit may
be renewed, and, if possible, that
eastern visitors may be given sam
ples to take home with them. We
have never had a better opportu
nity to advertise our country. Now
let us improve it to the best advan
tage.";; . •.,;•.' '',
Furnished room .to rent. Mrs. H.
Slater, Grand St., next door to opera
house. . . (tit)
. For BALI —Good house and two lots
near the school house. Also 160-acrc
farm three miles from Pullman. See/W*
H. Smith, at Bragg'9 Store. (4*5)