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title: 'Pullman herald. (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, March 04, 1905, Image 4',
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Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman postoffice as second class
ALLEN BROS. - - PubushkrS
W1 word kuxx, Editor.
tf.rms 01' .subscription:
41.00 per year, strictly in advance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
All advertisements will be continued an
charged for until ordered out.
Commercial Club Meeting.
The Pullman Commercial Club
will hold its regular meeting next
Tuesday evening, in Squires &
•Gaddie' office, and a full attend
ance of the membership is desired.
The committee appointed to draft
a constitution is ready to report,
and the discussion and adoption of
a constitution will come before this
There are also ether matters to
■come up that make your presence
In the appointment of Hon. 8.
G. Copgrove, of Potneroy, as a re
gent, the friends of the institution
can rejoice. Mr. Cosgrove is a man
of broad and liberal education, con
versant with Ihe needs of a great
educational institution, and will
certainly serve the state well and
Eastern Washington rejoices at
the signal victory of our friends in
the legislature, and the crushing
defeat met by the railroad lobby.
The commission bill as passed is as
•strong and virile as its friends
would have it, and proves that the
legislature and not the lobby is the
law-making body in this state.
Gov. Mead has at all times de
manded the enactment of a bill
such as this, and should be given
due credit for his efforts to thiß end.
The governor has appointed F.
J. Barnard to succeed himself as
regent of the college, and S. G. Cos
grove, of Pomeroy, as regent, vice
Judge H. D. Crow, resigned. The
names of U. L. Ettinger and R. C.
McCroßkey, appointed by Gov.
Mcßride, have been withdrawn
from the senate in common with all
other Mcßride appointments.
Whether or not Gov. Mead will re
appoint thes« two. or make new
appointments for the places, is not
known. There is also a vacancy
on the board, caused by th» death
of Regent Sharp, to be filled.
Live Stock on This Coast,
Farm animals owned in the four
Pacific statM of Washington, Oregon,
California and Idaho are valued at $166,.
«5«),814, according to the fignrei pub
lished in the last issue of the government
-crop reporter, issued by authority of the
secretary of agriculture. Of this aggre
gate total Washington is credited with
f27,962,«J8j Oregon, 132,006,164; Cali
fornia, $73.207,4-,'ti; and Idaho, $22,684,
--591. Idaho ranlu so closely with the
other states because of her resources in
the sheep line.
The farm animals enumerated in the
list include horses, mules, milch cows,
-other cattle, sheep and swine. Wash
ington leads Oregon both in the number
of cows and their average valuation per
head. Oregon is only credited with 138,
-523 head at an average valuation of $27.'
--6s), to WfMhington'a 169,068 head, wboM
average value, id placed at $31.31. Cal
ifornia leadi in the point of average
value, her 854,660 milch cows b
credited with an average value per head
Washington also* leads Oregon very
strikingly in the number of horse:?, her
accredited total of '_':&, 7 M head being val
ued at $t*;LlO each, compared with Ore
gon's total of 315,017 head, with an aver
age value of $54.4_'. Totaled up, Wash
ington's farm horses exceed in value
those of Oregon by 12,648,931. Through
out tno remainder of the list Oregon has
& slight lead.
California maintains a lead over the
rest of the coast in practically every de
partment except sheep, for which the
palm gopi to Idaho. Oregon is al«o
slightly ahead of California in the num
ber of Rheep. Segregated, the total value
of the different varieties of stock is a 9
follows: Bone*, $5*5,770,846; mules, $5,
--784, 847; milch cows, $23,589,821; other
cattle, $41,050,101; sheep, $21,739,294;
swine, $6,04!),08. r).
The number of farm animals* as report
ed in the table represents, the chief of
the bureau of statistics explains, as
nearly as obtainable without an enumer
ation, the actual numbers on farms and
ranges on January 1, and are not strictly
comparable with those published one
year ago, the present figures being the
result of a very careful investigation by
correspondent! and field agents without
exclusive reference to the relation euch
figures should bear to those of last year.
That there has been a material reduction
in the number of sheep, together with a
slight increase in the numbers of all
other farm animals, admits, he concludes,
of no doubt.
The total figures for the entire United
States give the per head value and ag
gregate value of the different classes of
stock as follows: Horses ($70.37), $1,
--200,310,020; mules ($87.18), $21*1.840,
--378; milch cews (|27.47), $482,272,203;
other cattle ($11.16), $661,571,808; •heep
($2.82), $127,331,850; swine (.$5.99),
More than thirty national conventions
are scheduled to convene in Portland
during the Lewis and Clark Exposition
Electricity in Its every conceivable
application representing the most
marvelous achievements In modern sci
ence, may be seen at the Lewis and Clark
A native Filipino theatre, in which
amusements peculiar to the inhabitants
of our island territory will be presented,
is to be one of the many excellent
attractions of the "Trail".
The Government Fisheries exhibit at
the Lewis and Clark Exposition will
show the evolution of a Royal Chinook
salmon, from the embryo to a well
Some idea of the privations endured by
Lewis and Clark in their expedition to
the great Northwest may be gleaned by
a careful examination of the exhibits
characteristic of the earlier history of
The caressing melody of the chimes in
the towers of the main Government
building will recall mental pictures of
the missions founded by Junipero Serra
and his intrepid followers in the seven
But seldom are we afforded an oppor
tunity to hear the World's famous bands.
Many of them have been engaged to play
at the fair, among them being, Innes'
De Caprio'a, Ellery's and the Hawaiian
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
Notice to Creditors.
Notice ie hereby given to the
creditors of Martin Zender,deceased,
and all persons having claims
against his estate, to present the
same to the undersigned admini
strator of said estate at his office in
Pullman, Washington, accompanied
with the proper vouchers, within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit
within one year from the 3rd diy
of February, 1905, or the same will
be forever barred.
Administrator of the estate of
Martin Zender, deceaped.
Perpons desiring to sell any
kind of Personal Property
can list same with me or
Phone No. 467 - - -
— WILL CONDUCT —
Eve.y SATURDAY at *:30 p. m
— IK YOU HAVE ANY —
to dispose of, see me or phone as
above and I will do the rest. All
«*• B, HICKS
. . AUCTIONEER . .
Office over First National Bank
If you are got tig to build call and
All work given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. E. HUDSON
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 era
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
Your wants will Be
Lowest Rates and the
GOME AND SEE
SQUIRES & GADDIS
It is a great pleasure
to get up under the j
warming influence of a
COLES HOT BLAST
the great fuel saver.
EVEN HEAT-DAY AND NIGHT.
SOLE age s>
CHAS. BULL, President. j. F. THAYER, Secretary.
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PLUMBING STOVES RANGES
We have also added a nice line of Garden Tools,
Hose, Graniteware and Tinware.
The best equipped Tin and Plumbing Shop in the city, with the
best assortment of Plumbing Supplies and Fixtures that has
ever been seen in Pullman. We make a specialty of Tinning,
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating, and absolutely guaran
tee all work in these lines.
ISTOOD X COAL
Washington and Wyoming Coal always on hand.
Sand and first class Posts for sale.
Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds.
Phone 548, or leave orders at Hultze's Barber Shop, next door to P.O
C. Klossner & H. Meyer
Successors to J. Price
DEALERS IN ■ ___
WOOD and COAL
Transferring and Hauling of AH Kinds
Leave your orders at the Chop Mill or Whitham & Wagner's Store
lUft/*^ Pullnjan jtan l&undftl
/%^swiSaJ. J - N'SCOTTp Prop.
- ||iL First-class work ■
"^^^ ""'^Sik. LoCat'"l on Grand st- near °- R. &N.