Newspaper Page Text
the raLunpH m.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman postoffice as second-class
ALLEN RROS. - - Fubmsiikrs
V'ilford Ai.lkn, Kditor.
TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
$1.00 per jot, strictly ii advance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
All advertisement* will be continued an
charged for until ordered out.
The State's New Laws.
Continuation ol the list of laws
-enacted by the recent state legislature:
B. B, IS, by Lindsley— Establishing a
home for feeble-minded at Medical Lake ;
appropriating 062,100 to establish the
home and transfer the feeble-mi 11 (led
youth from the Vancouver school.
H. B, 38, by Committee on Irrigation
Granting United States authorities the
right to appropriate the »> atera of
Washington for irrigation purposes.
H. B. f>3, by Bassstt —Permitting the
issuance of policies by mutal insurance
companies outside cities and towns when
$50,000 is subscribed.
H. B. 154, by Judiciary Committee—
Giving blacksmiths, wagon-mukers and
boiler-makers a lien on chattels for labor
H. B. 157, by Dicksoti —Gives Dairy
commissioner authority to appoint and
remove deputies, and prescribes the au
thority of the commissioner in inspect
ing dairies and in inspecting and scoring
H. B. i(i4, by Theurer—Providing that
dams, wing dams and other obstructions
in streams built for the purpose of aiding
log-rafting or boom companies, shall not
be constructed so as to injure property.
H, B. 177, by Keyes—Compelling a
«tudent upon entering Normal school to
etate upon his honor that be intends to
follow the vocation of teaching, prescrib
ing fonr courses of study.
H. B. 203, by Irving—Providing for
the incorporation of companies for build
ing logging toll roads and conferring up
on them the right of eminent domain.
H. B. 210, by Booth—Providing for the
removal of squatters from the property
H. B. 248, by Twitchell—Providing
that agreement for the sale of real estate
by agents must be in writing'
11. B. 252, by Hudene— Authorising
the extension of diking and drainage
H. B. 140, by McNieol—Demanding
that employs shall be paid at the time
of their discharge or resignation by cash
or check, redeemable at face value in
cash at once.
H. B. 202, by Morgan—Permitting the
State Labor Commissioner to appoint
deputies;, who shall receive not to exceed
$4 per day and traveling expenses.
H. B. 129, by Davis—Factory inspec
tion bill. Provides that manufacturers
may call upon the Labor Commissioner
for an inspection of their factory, and
that the commissioner shall give a cer
tificate of inspection when dangerous
machinery is found to be properly safe
guarded and the law regulating factories
complied with ; that such certificate shall
be prima facie evidence of compliance
with the law; iixes $7500 as maximum
amount that may be recovered in an
action for damages for personal injuries
to an employe.
H.B . Oit, by Blackmore— Establishing
a fish hatchery ou the Lewis river.
H. B. 330, by Doolittle—Forbidding
the introduction of poisons into crackers.
H. B. 25i>, by Faneher —Providing for
the sending of nonresident insane persons
to their homes at the expense of the
H. B. 170, by Williams—Repeals the
present law requiring that one-half the
proceeds from the sale of seed oysters by
the etate shall go into the general fund.
H.B. 132, by Dawes—Appropriating
$208 for the relief of Henry Sommers.
H. B. 257, by Minard—Appropriating
$383 to pay expenses and per diem of bar
H. B. 299, by Reid—Compelling coun
ty treasurers to make a notation of any
past taxes when property owners ap
pears to pay current taxes.
H. B. 72, by Twitchell—Compelling
city clerks to prepare duplicate poll
books, except loyean when there are no
H.B. 237, by Booth—Providing that
subsequent lessees or purchasers of tide
lands shall pay the previous lessees the
cost of improvements.
H. B. 337, by Gleason—Prohibiting
employes from accepting gifts for work
done or favors given.
H. B. 367, by Black more—Changing
the name of the School for Defective
Youth to Stato School for Deaf and
H. B. 312, by GUsson—Providing for
the adoption by persons of children not
theirs by birth.
H. B. 208, by McCoy—Appropriating
$13,000 to purchase 110 acres of land ad
joining the Reform School.
H. K. 896, by Committee—Providing
for the oflice and appointment of a Chief
H. R. 375, by Committee—Giving the
State Hoard of Control charge of trans
portation of pertOM committed to the
inrone asylum, penitentiary nr Reform
H. 15. 'til, by Williams—Providing for
the reappraisement of South Bend tide
11. B. 22, by N. E. Linsley—Forbid
ding rebates on life insurance policies to
other than authorized agents.
H. B. '227, by Falconer—lnvalidates
liquor licenses unless the State Treas
urer's endorsement that the state ten
per cent of the license lias been paid, is
H. B. KM, by 1,. A. Johnson—Permit
ting the governor to designate the loca
tion of the Horticultural Commissioner's
(to hk continued)
Buy the very best drill made.
Its the cheapest in the long run.
It will produce the best crops. It
is called the Superior. If you doubt
any of these statements ask your
neighbor. (23 2)
—Mrs. Comstock leaves today for
Lewiston, where she will assist her
sister, Miss Ida Burns, in the Lew
iston photograph gallery.
—The school board has decided
to increase the course of study at
the public school to ten grades, the
present course being but nine
Call for Water Fund Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing Water Fund warrants of the city of
Pullman will be paid by the City Treas
urer on and after March 12, 1905, at
which date interest ceases: Warrant No.
1299 for $25.00; No. 1300 for $55.00; No.
1302 for $387.08; No. 1303 for $55.00; No.
1304 for $25.00; No. 1309 for $32.90, and
No. 1310 for $250.00.
J. S. Clark, City Treasurer.
Call for General Fund Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing Generai Fund warrants of the City
of Pullman, Wash., will be paid by the
City Treasurer on and after March 12th,
1905, at which date interest ceases. War
rant No. 1055 for $37.50; No. 1077 for
$51.00; No. 1078 for $47.50; No. 1079 for
$51.00; No. 1075 for $150; No. 1063 for
$12.32 ; No. 1054 for $50.00; No. 1045 for
$2.75; No. 1047 for $7.50; No. 1088 for
$6.00; No. 1084 for $1.50; No. 1085 for
$1.50; No. 1090 for $21.25, and No. 1080
J. S. Clark, City Treasurer.
For rent —Nicely furnished front
room, with bay window. Enquire at
residence of W. L. White. (24tf)
For salk —Household goods, organ,
seed potatoes, garden implements, wag
on, harness, 2 Jerssy cows, chickens.
Enquire of L. C. Haulman.
My assembly of ready-to-wear and
tailored Huts lor Spring and Summer
'05 reflects the freshest models of the
fashion arbiters as well as original crea
tions of toy own. On display on and
after Tuesday February 2s. Call and
Bee them. Mrs. P. E. Fnllerton.
E. A. REED, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
(Successor to Geo. B. Wilson, M. D.)
OFFICE and RESIDENCE IN 1.0.0.X. BLOCK
Day and Night Calls answered from
office. Telephones Main 11 and the
PULLMAN, - - WASHINGTON
J. J. HOWELL, M. D.
In charge of the Practice of DR. G. B.
WILSON during the latter* absence
Office Hours:—9 to 12 a. m.
1 to 5 p. in.
Residenc ePhoue, 506. Office Phone, Main 11
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to the
creditors of Martin Zender,deceaeed,
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
I within one year from the 3rd day
, of February, 1905, or the same wil
! be forever barred.
Administrator of the estate of
1 Martin Zender, deceased.
Office over First National Bank
If you arc going to build call and
High Glass Phoiopny
All work given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. IC. HUDSON
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there beeu 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
Your wants will be
■9IM _ t^™9l I^i**** ■ *^* • -•—■ ~»-—
Lowest Rates and the
COME AND SEE
SQUIRES & GADDIS
.#■• ■ - • ■ . .■ ■ ■ . ■ .. - • »
STEWART - OUTMAN
Bain and Moline Wagons, Henney Ruggies
and Hacks, DcKalb Hog, Chicken and
Lawn Fencing, Empire Cream Separators,
Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines, Iron
Age Cultivators, Majestic and Moore Rang
es, Cole's Hot Blast Healers, Paints, Oil,
Glass, Brushes, Tools, Ciittlen/, Plumbing
Work, Dutchman and John Deere Plows.
1900 lAdS ' 1900
CHAS. BULL, President. J. F. THAYER, Secretary.
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.
larooD .-•" 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 HulUe'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 All Kinds
Leave your orders at the Chop Mill or Whitham & Wagner's Store
(lfi/k^ P ullnP ?team Laundry
L° cated °n GraSp^ near °'R> &N*