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—Harry Sohlaeter was here from
the county seat Monday.
—Rev. Mr. Williams was over
from Moscow Tuesday.
—W. If. Porter and family visit
ed with friends at Cohax Thursday.
—Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallis of
Julietta were in the city Thanks
—Mrs. Kelly of Oakesdale and
Mrs. Camp of Farmiugton were in
this city during the week.
—Mrs. Goldsworthy of Oakes
dale visited her son at the W. A. C.
the early part of the week.
—Mrs. Leo Totten of Oakesdale
visited with her parents, Rev. W.
G. M. Hays and wife, this week.
—Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McDonald
of Olympia are in the city visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Samual Haw
—Considerable moisture has fai
led this week, and while the mud is
not yet deep, it is a pretty common
—Dannie Downen, who was in
jured a couple of weeks ago by be
ing thrown from a horse, has so far
recovered as to be able to again go
—Brown, who shot Turnbow at
Garfield a year ago, was found
guilty in the superior court this
week, and sentenced to five years in
—Harry Austin and W. E. Hud
son drove Almota Thursday after
noon, returning yesterday, the wild
geese being the attraction. And it
proved a wild goose chase too.
—W. B. Wise, who was a rest
dent of Pullman in pioneer days,
but who for the past twelve years
has resided at Nezperce, Idaho,
was here Tuesday enroute to Boise,
—The W. A. C. footballists made
the Whitman College team eat crow
for their Thanksgiving dinner,
Thursday, to the tune of 35 to 4.
Six touchdowns and five goals were
made by our lads, while all that the
Whitman's could save from the
wreck was one goal kicked from
A Good Eoads Rally.
The visit of James W. Abbott,
the United States good roads com
missioner, to Walla Walla, is to be
made the occasion of a convention
of Eastarn Washington people at
that place on November 30.
Charles L,. Whitney, who is al
ways interested in any movement
for good roads, ex-Governor Moore,
John H. McDonald, secretary of the
commercial club, and other business
men met with the county commis
sioners in the audiior's office at
Walla Walla last Saturday to ar
range for a lecture from Commis
sioner Abbott, but before the meet
ing was far advanced it was turned
to a rally for a good roads conven
C. L. Whitney was chosen chair
man and John H. McDonald secre
Governor Moore and Mr. Whit
ney spoke favoring invitations to
the county commissioners and oth
ers of all Eastern Washington to
come to Walla Walla to meet and
hear Commissioner Abbott and
other good roads experts, to view
the specimen road that the govern
ment experts are building near the
city, and to discuss matters of inter
est to the movement.
It was decided to invite the coun
ty commissioners of all Eastern
Washington counties as well as
those of Umatilla county, Oregon,
the commercial bodies of those
counttes, the Agricultural College
at Pullman, and J. B. Meekle and
H. L. Kline, president and secre
tary of the state association, who
are interested in the movement and
have done much good work for this
cause. Members of the legislature
and press will be invited.
County Commissioner McCaw
said there were many amendments
to the good roads law that no doubt
would be discussed as it was desira
ble that the road improvements be
made in the early summer so that
they can settle and become more
tirm by winter. The present law
does not provide for enough gangs
of laborers to do the work when it
should be done.
A bill will be before congress to
appropriate several million dollars
to guild national roads in the states
and Washington will, no doubt,
come in for a good share of this
Commissioner Abbott has been
actively engaged during the last
two years in the mountain and Pa
cific states, and his lecture is not
only beautifully illustrated by stere
opticon views but is brim full of
timely information of what is being
done in all parts of the country. —
State Chairman Grateful.
The Herald editor, who served
in the 1899 session of the state leg
islature with E. B. Palmer, chair
man of the state central committee,
has received a letter from Mr. Pal
mer, of which the following is an
"We certainly have won a splen
did victory. We have been vicious
ly attacked by certain daily papers;
they have garbled, distorted and
misquoted everything and every
body. We were unable to reach all
the people with denials and facts,
yet they saw and voted the right.
"We have elected to the high of
fice of governor, Albert E. Mead,
one of Washington's noblest, purest
and best citizens. He is truly a
man of the people, the greatest
"mixer" I ever met, and a man
everyone can feel that he is his gov
ernor. He is fearless, courageous,
even tempered, kind hearted,
thoughtful and of excellent judg
"You have contributed greatly in
accomplishing this election, and I
wish to express my appreciation of
your efforts. This campaign has
shown who are and who are not
The Youth's Companion as a Gift.
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WILSON during the latter* absence
Office Hours—9 to 12 a. m.
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Residence Phone, 506. office Phone, Main 11. '
Greenleaf Davis, the hermit of
Mount Katahfiln, tells of a bluejay's
nest that contained the shells of more
than 250 eggs, which the Jays had
stolen from the nests of song birds
and taken home for their young to
feed on. Hidden in one aide of the
neat was a gold watch which a hunter
from Worcester had lost the previous
autumn and had accused his guide of
stealing. The watch had been hung on
the limb of a lean-to-camp at night,
and when the hunter awoke in the
morning the timepiece was missing.
Charms of Fossil Hunting.
One of the charms of the fossil hunt
er's life is the variety, the element of
certainty combined with the gambling
element of chance. Like the pros
pector for gold, the fossil hunter may
pass suddenly from the extreme of de
jection to the extreme of elation.
Luck comes in a great variety of
ways; sometimes as the result of pro
longed and deliberate scientific search
in a region which is known to be fos
siliferous; sometimes in such a pro
saic manner a* the digging of a well.
Cure of Idiocy.
Cretinism, which Is one form of
idiocy, is curable, according to Prof,
yon Wagner, of Vienna. He has
treated 52 case* with thyroid gland
and finds improvement In body and
mind In all cases, eren wh> 1 the pa
tients had passed the age of growth.
All improved In their power of speecn
and some of the children were made
fit to attend school.
On« of th« Oihan.
Clara—Did the newspapers notice
your father at the great banquet?
"Well, mamma said she could not
see his name in the lost"
"No; but the list ends up -with "and
others.' That means papa. They al
ways mention him that way.—TH-
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Whitman
The First National Bank of Pullman, a
corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Albert L.
State op Washington, |
County of Whitman JM *
The State of Washington, to the said
Albert L. Rubin, Defendant.
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and for Whitman
County, within sixty days after the first
publication of this Summons, to-wit:
within sixty days after the 19th day of
November. 1904, and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled
Court, and answer the complaint of the
Plaintiff iv said action, and serve a copy
of your said answer on H. J. Welty, the
undersigned, Attorney for Plaintiff, at
his office in Pullman, in the County of
Whitman, State of Washington, and if
you fail to appear and defend said action
and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff
aforesaid, within the time aforesaid, judg
ment will be rendered against you, ac
cording to the demand of the said com
plaint, which has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court. The object of the
above entitled action is to ob^in judg
ment against you on a promissory note
executed by you to Eugene Ringer, Dec.
14, 1903, and assigned to Plaintiff for the
sum of $166.50 with interest at 13 per
cent, from Nov. 11, 1904, and $50 attor
ney's fees and costs and also to have cer
tain personal property belonging to you
and attached by the sheriff of Whitman
County on the 12th day of Nov., i904,501d
to satisfy the amount found due on said
Dated. Nov. 18, 1904.
H. J. Wklty, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Postoffice address, Pullman, Whitman
Will have a' special Tourist Car here
Saturday, Oct. 29th, to accommodate
eastern passengers going to the St. Louis
fair and intermediate points. Call on
the undersigned for rates and routes,
W. C. Dunning, Agt.
Persons desiring to sell any
kind of Personal Property
can list same with me or
Phone No. 467 - - -
— WILL CONDUCT —
Every SATURDAY at 1:30 p. m
— IP YOU HAVE ANY —
to dispose of, see me or phone as
above and I will do the rest. All
JT. 13, HICKS
. . AUCTIONEER . .
FOR RENT, FOR SALE, ETC.
Estrayed—From my place sast of
town, a a-year-old Poland China boar.
Please leave information of his where
abouts at Richardsons' Store.
F. D. Richardson.
For Sale—Well bred Jersy cow, now
giving milk, $30. (9) C. E. Hoover.
For sale —Cheap; a few choice build
ing lots on High street. See C. H.
For sale —My place in the Fairview
addition to the city. Lcventeen acres in
orchard, good residence and outbuildings.
Inquire of Wm Buckley. (47)
For Sai.k—Good house and two lots
near the school house. Also 160-acre
farm three miles from Pullman. See W.
H. Smith, at Bragg's Store. (4t5)
Wanted — Salesmen wanted to sell
nursery stock in Whitman County. We
carry a full line of nursery stock as well
as all the latest and best specialties, roses,
shrubbery and ornamental shade trees.
This is the largest and best equipped nur
sery on the Pacific coast. One-half
commission advanced each week on all
orders sent in. Address Washington
Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. (49tf)
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 1900
washers from the Stewart-Outman
IVOOD X COAL
Washington and Wyoming Coal
always on hand.
Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds. V\'|
Phone 548 Of leave orders at Pullman Hardware Stow.
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0. R. & N. TimejDard
Under the new schedule,' the'O
R. & N. trains now run as folloW-
No. 83 will leave Pullman for
Colfax Pomeroy, Dayton, P ei X
ton and the east at 8:40 a. a.^:
except Sunday. ' ly»
No. 81 will leave Pullman for Col
fax, Spokane, Portland 1 and th«»
east at 3:00 p. m., daily.
No. 84 for Moscow at 12:15 p m
daily, except Sunday. F' *
No. 82 leaves for Moscow atoot
p. m. daily. ** *
* The undersigned will quote rates,
and receive deposits for prepaid
tickets to be delivered at any point
in the East. Write for particulars
I. T. AMES,
Agent, Pullman. Wash