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THE PDLLIH HERRLD.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman postoffice as second class
Wilford Au,en, Editor.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
$1.00 per year, strictly inadvance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
All advertisements will be continued an
charged for until ordered out.
OUR TYPESETTING MACHINE
The Herald has installed during the
past week a new Simplex typesetting
machine, manufactured by the Uni
type Co., of New York.
The new machine is' a marvel of
mechanical construction, and the trial
we have already given it proves that
it will meet all all the claims made
by its manufacturers, and that it will
fill a pre sing need in the equipment
of this office.
The new machine was purchased
that Pullman might have a printing
office equivalent to every demand
that might be made upon it, and we
believe that the Herald has today the
best equipped country office in the
state of Washingtonh, leading by far
any other printery inWhitman county.
The installation of this machine
will enable us to give greater atten
tion both to the newspaper and job
printing, and as soon as we are suffi
ciently acquainted with our new ac
quisition, the paper will be enlarged
and improved. By solving the com
position problem, we are enabled to
have workmen free at all times to
work on that little job of printing of
yours, and to do it with the greatest
dispatch and expediency. And to the
people of Pullman, whose liberal and
appreciated patronage has made the
continued improvement of our equip
ment possible, we extend a cordial in
vitation to visit our print shop and
inspect the working of the new mv
FRUIT GROWERS. \
About 20 prominent fruit growers of
the county met at the court house
last Saturday and organized the Whit
man county Horticultural assoication,
with the following officers: W. V.
Windus of Pullman, president; E. H.
Handford, Oakesdale, first vice presi
dent; Henry Rock, Diamond, second
vice president; W. L. LaFollette,
Wawawai, third vice president; F. N.
English, Colfax, secretary and treas
It was decided to hold three meet
ings annually. The next regular
meeting will be held in Garfield in
September. The annual meeting will
be held at Pullman in January, when
the meeting of the state horticultural
inspectors is in session. The spring
meeting will be held in Colfax in
April of each year.
Any person in the county who has
grown fruit can become a member by
paying $1 a year, and the association
will work to secure larger markets,
and better methods of packing, as
well as to improve the quality of the
In compliance with the state law
the association recommended three
candidates from whom the county
commissioners will elect a county
. fruit inspector. The men named
\ were J. B. Holt of Pullman, J. T.
Woody of Farmington, and L. L.
Goodwin of the Washington state
col lege. —Commoner.
INVITE FARMERS TO FESTIVAL.
Colfax, May 5. —The Colfax Com
mercial club has issued invitations for
a "farmers' festival" to be held in
Colfax Tuesday and Wednesday, May
-9 and 10, at which it is hoped that
a permanent organization of farmers
may be arranged and regular annual
•meetings *of this character held. The
"You are cordially invited to attend
and participate in the exercises of a
farmers' institute festival to be held
at Colfax, Wash., Tuedsay and Wed
nesday, May 9 and 10, to be addressed
by speakers eminent in professional
and commercial life of the northwest.
Bring your families and friends
with you. (Signed) Colfax Commer
cial club, B. Burgunder, president;
George H. Lennox, secretary."
On the reverse side of the invitation
is the following program:
"Sessions 10:30 a. m., and 1:30 p.
m. at the court house. Tuesday's
program: Address by President E. A.
Bryan of the Washington state col
lege at Pullman, on the subject,
"Higher Education for the Farmers'
Sons." Address by Colonel I. C.
Judson, industrial agent of the Oregon
Railway and Navigation, on "Indus
trial Work of the Railroad Company."
Address by Doctor James Whitcombe,
director of the Oregon agricultural
college, at Corvallis, Oregon, on
"General Farming." Address by
Professor H. T. French of the Uni
versity of Idaho at Moscow, on "Dairy
Wednesday's session will be occu
pied by addresses by Robert H. C.
Cosgrovc, secretary and manager of
the interstate fair at Spokane; E. E.
Elliott, professor of agriculture in the
Washington state college at Pullman;
Professor L. B. Judson, horticulturist
in the university of Idaho; J. L.
Dumas, porfessor of Pullman high
school, and R. B. Miller, general
freight agent of the Oregon Railroad
and Navigation company of Portland.
Each of these addresses will be on
topics of especial interest to farmers,
.stockmen and fruit growers.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that the
Pullman city school text book commis
sion of school district No. 59, Whit
man county, Washington, will on the
30th day of May, 1905, select text
books for the use of the above men
tioned district. The text book 3 shall
cover all branches required to be
taught in the first ten grades, as out
lined in the course of study issued by
the state superintendent of public
instruction, in the state of Washing
ton. Said board invites proposals for
the furnishing of each, every and all
of such books. Such proposals must
be in writing, sealed and addressed to
the undersigned, and must state an
exchange price and a wholesale price
f. o. b., Pullman, Wash., at which
the proposer will furnish books for the
schools of said district for a period of
five years, beginning the first day of
September, 1905. Such proposals
must be delivered to the undersigned
on^r before 5 o'clock p. m., of the
29th day of May, 1905.
By order of the Pullman City School
Text Book Commision, school district
No. 59, Whitman county, Washing
J. L. Dumas, ex-officio chairman.
Calla E. Monlux, secretary.
When buying a Piano consult
Lester Gammon, of the Allen &
Gilbert Ramaker Co., Portland, who
handles 16 different makes of Pianos,
such as the Knabe, Everett, Steeck,
Fisher, Packard, Ludwig, Mason &
Hamlinand others. You can make
your own terms. (i4tf)
HIGH GRADE BICYCLES
SECOND HAND BICYCLES
Coaster Brakes and Sundries
Call at the
NOVELTY REPAIR SHOP
A. B. DRINKWATER, Prop.
Repair work a specialty.
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ITS THERE TO STAY
Like the faithful watchdog a
policy is an active force until the
day of its expiration. It afiords
full protection to the insured prop
erty at nominal cost.
Figure out the losses if you were
burned out tomorrow. Then figure
up what insurance costt at Bay,
$1.50 per hundred. The figures
ought to prove convincing.
We represent fire insurance
comprnies, with available fire assets
of ever $90,000,000. Ruy the best.
SQUIRES & GADDIS
Office oler First National Bank
If you a>9 going to build call and
Hi Glass Piotif an
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 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 1* Drug Storr
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
Planet Jr. and Iron Age garden
tools at the Pullman Hardware
If you want to be abreast of the
times you must have a Studebaker
One pound trial package of
Watt's Squirrel Poison free at
Watt's Pharmacy. (19w2)
All the household noods, recently the
property of Dr. Wilson, are for sale at
rooms in I. O. O. F. building. Some of
the more important articles are two
hedroom suits, one velvet lounge, china
closet, side board, dining room set, kit
then outfit, writing desk, eight rockers,
carpets, sectional book case and stoves.
All goods not sold at private sale will lie
disposed of at Public sale Saturday
April 29th, at usual place. (It)
Watt's squirrel poißon, ready
mixed, the be6t by test, made only
at Watt's Pharmacy. Five pounds
for one dollar.
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)
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
Wanted — Salesmen wanted to sell
nursery stock in Whitman County. We
carry a full line of uursery 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)
Wantkd —Trustworthy Manor Woman
to manage business in this county and
adjoining territory for well established
house of solid financial standing. $20.00
straight cash salary with all necessary
expenses paid weekly by check from
headquarters. Money advanced for ex
penses. Position permanent; previous
experience not essential. No investment
required. We furnish everything. En
close self-addressed envelope. Address,
Manager, 810 Como Block, Chicago, 111.
People wishing spraying done
should consult with R. J. Hill, R.
G. Armfield or h. L. Goodwin,
STEWART - OUTMAN
Bain and Moline Wagons, Hcnneij Unggies
and Hacks, DeKalb Hog, Chicken and
Lawn Fencing, Empire Cream Separators,
Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines, Iron
Age Cultivators, Majestic and Moore Rang
j es, Cole's Hot Blast Healers, Paints, Oil,
Glass, Brushes, Tools, Cutten/, Plumbing
Work, Dutchman and John Deere Plows.
1900 1900 '
WASHER WS WASHER
CHAS. BULL. President. J. F. THAYER, Secretary.
Plumbing' Co. f
PLUMBING STOVES RANGES 1
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.
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WOOD / d 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
WOOD and COAL
Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds
Leave your orders at the Chop Mill or Whitham & Wagner's Store
•^g. ( pullipi j&e&m Laundfij
LJ B % J. N. SCOTT, Prop.
tsrztm SKI J First-class work
hM Located on Grand St. near O. R. &N.
V X- depot.