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PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1901.
NEWS OF THE CITY
RECORD OF THE WEEK
—The "Devil's Auction" at the
auditorium last evening brought out
a full house, a large number taking
advantage of the special train on the
Genesee branch. The performance
itself is interesting because of the
marvelous mechanical effects and
the beautiful scenery, it being the
best staged production ever seen at
the auditorium. The lack of plot
or dramatic interest was offset by
these spectacular features. The
funny business was a little overdone
at times, and could be pruned down
without hurting the show. The
ballet was something new here,
with sprightly broilers in the back
row, and statuesque beauties in the
—Richardson's store is advertis
ing a big sale, it being proposed to
close out the stock within the next
two months, such of it as is not
sold in that time to be shipped to
Grangeville, to be incorporated in
the store there. The Grangeville
store is doing an immense business,
and requires the attention of Mr.
Richardson so that he has found it
necessary to return there. L. C h
Richardson will remain in charge
of the establishment here till its af
fairs are closed, when he will go to
Grangeville. His family will re
main here till the close of school
—The city council met Thursday
evening and canvassed the returns
of the late unpleasautnes. No
change was found in the figures as
published in this paper, except that
Attorney Mathews' lead over his
opponent was found to be 29 instead
of 27, and Clark's lead for treasurer
was advanced 5. There has been
some talk of a contest on the two
councilmen who were elected by
majorities of one each, but nothing
has yet come of it.
—The 12 year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cline, while re
turning from sohool one day last
week, fell with her weight on her
right arm, bending the bones of the
fore arm so badly that both broke
when the doctors made an attempt
to straighten them.
—Harry Williams and Miss Han
na Hansen, both of this city, were
married Wednesday evening, Dec.
14th, by Rev. W. G. M. Hays, at
the latter's residence. Mr. and
Mrs. Williams will make their home
—F. D. Richardson left for
Grangeville, Idaho, Tuesday, where
he will remain during the winter.
Mrs. Richardson will remain here
till alter the holidays.
—The third of the series of dances
to be given by the band boys this
winter occurred Saturday evening
and was a success from every stand
—"Arizona," as presented at the
auditorium Monday evening, was a
strong and interesting drama with
an excellent cast.
—A letter to the Herald an
nounces that F. K. Hawley is now
stationed at Moscow.
—Robt. Burns was here Wednes
day, en route to Ivewiston from
—Mrs. Oscar Hill visited Colfax
—Thos. Neill was here Thursday
on legal business.
—Miss Deane Smith is visiting
her parents at Kndicott.
—Mrs. Minnie Chambers is visit
ing with Portland friends.
—Wm. Buckley has returned
from a business trip to the coast.
—Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hodges, Wednesday, Dec. 14th, a
—Mrs. L. 11. Soliday and daught
er, Gladys, will leave Monday for a
visit in the east.
—"Uncle Tom's Cabin," so old
yet ever new, will show at the Aud
itorium next Saturday night, Xmas
—The White brothers, Archie,
Charlie, and W. L,. are entertaining
their parents, who are here from
Attorney W. H. Harvey was at
Colfax Thursday, attending a meet
ing of the republican county central
—Among the jurors called to
serve at the coming session of the
superior court we note the names of
J. B. Kerr, C. B. Kegley and J. C.
—Will Palmerton left Thursday
for Walla Walla, where he will visit
for a few weeks, after which he will
go to the coast where he will prob
—W. I». Lyon was in town from
Nezperce Wednesday, en route to
Pasco, where he went to look after
some business interests. He re
turned yesterday and will leave for
his Nezperce home today.
—Brown M. Schick and family,
of Palouse, were here over Sunday,
guests at the nome of Jos. Wallis.
Mr. Schick has recently disposed of
his news-paper, the Palouse Repub
lic, and is for the time being a retired
—Wm. Buckley killed a ground
squirrel yesterday on the edge of
town, the rodent apparently having
appeared for the holiday festivities.
The squirrel was probably fooled
by the mildness of the weather, and
thought spring-time had arrived.
—Dr. Wilson accompanied Mrs.
D. h. Kemper to Portland Sunday,
where the lady was operated upon
Tuesday for appendicitis. The op
eration was successful, and Mrs.
Kemper is improving. Dr. Wilson
relumed home Thursday.
—Messrs. Peter McGregor, Le-
Roy Stilson, E. 2i. Smith and G.
C. Kenoyer, who will represent
Whitman county in the lower branch
of the coming legislature, were here
Wednesday visiting the college and !
becoming acquainted with its work- i
ings and needs.
School for Farmers.
The November issue of the State
College Bullitin contains much in
formation concerning the coming
winter school for farmers, which
opens January 10 and continues
eight weeks. The dairy school
opens January 2, and will also con
tinue eight weeks, closing February
j 24. The dairy school will be held
, in the fine new creamery building,
completed last year, and will be
: under the direction of competent in
structors; The following members
of the college faculty will deliver
lectures and addresses, and illustrate
j the latest scientific methods in this
President E. A. Bryan, X, K. Kl
liott, professor of agriculture and
general superintendent of the dairy
school; I. I. Whitney, instructor in
butter making; C. L. Smith, general
lecturer; R. Kent Ueattie, acting
professor ot botany; H. V. Carpenter,
professor of mechanical engineering;
j R. W. Thatcher, experiment station
chemist, and I). A. MoCracken,
principal of the sbhool of business.
This will be the ninth annual session
of the dairy school.
The winter school for fanners will
be divided into four courses of two
! weeks each. The first course will
run from January 23 to February 3,
will be devoted to the study of dairy
ing, in all its branches, The third
course will be from February 6 to 16,
and will be devoted to live stock.
This will be one of the most import
ant portions of the session, and will
be attended by many well known
breeders of thoroughbred stock, who
will assist in the work by telling of
their experiences with the various
breeds and giving practical know
ledge of live stock breeding in this
s section. The line heard of thoro
i ughbred cattel at the college farm
will be used for experimental and
exhibition purposes in this course.
The fourth course, from February 20
to March 3, will be devoted to crop
production and a general study and
I experimental work on farm prodncts.
The faculty is urging all farmers,
fruit growers, stock breeeers and
dairymen who can spare the time, to
attend this school, and has done all
in its power to make the trip as in
expensive as possible. A rate of one
and one third fare for the round trip
has been secured on all roads, and
special low rate for board will be se
cured in Pullman. The tuition is,
la the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for Whitman
The First National Bank of Pullman, A
. corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Albert L.
Statk of Washington, j
County of Whitman \ ''
The State of Washington, to the said
' Albert h. Rubin, Defendant.
I', You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and for Whitman
I 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 in said action, and serve a copy
of your said answer on H. J. Welty, the'
■ndersigned, Attorney for Plaintiff, att
his office in Pullman, in the County of
Whitman, State of Washington, and if
you fail to appear and defend said action
and aaswer the complaint of the Plaintiff
) aforesaid, within the time aforesaid, judg
-1 ment will be rendered against you, ac
; cording to the demand of the said com
j plaint, which has been filed with the
I Clerk of said Court. The object of the
j above entitled action is to obtain judg
ment against you on a promissory note
executed by you to Eugene Ringer, Dec.
M, 19°3. and assigned to Plaintiff for the
sum of $166.50 with interest at 12 per
cent, from Nov. n, 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
i County on the 12th day of Nov., 1904,8011!
to satisfy the amount found due on said
Dated. Nov. 18, 1904.
11. J. Wkltv, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Postoflßce address, Pullman, Whitman.