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THE PULLMAN HERALD.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1905
WEEKLY CROP REPORT.
Seattle, Wash., June 13, 1905.
Week ending June 12, 1905.
Another splendid growing
week has just ended, perhaps
better than any that has preceded
it. Copious showers in the fore
part of the week were followed
by several days of warm sun
shine, which has caused all vege
tation to make rapid progress.
More rain has already fallen
since the first of June than usu
ally falls during the entire month.
Pastures and meadows are in
the best possible condition. Clo
ver is nearly ready to out and a
small amount of cutting has been
done. Oats are growing nicely,
but in some localities of the
White River valley they are said
to be weedy. Hops are making
fair growth but are not armed
out yet. Barley is being cut in
the Klickitat country and is a
good crop. Potatoes are very
thrifty and all vegetables are
making satisfactory progress.
The week has been more favor
able for strawberries than the
preceding one. Cherries are be
ginning to ripien. The crop will
not be large.
In the wheat districts the con
ditions have been ideal, and both
winter and spring wheat have
made wonderful progress. Win
ter wheat is headed out ready to
bloom, and spring sown wheat
is in some instances nearly as far
along. It is generally in "the
boot," but some is beginning to
head out. The prospects for an
exceptionally heavy crop were
never better at this stage of the
Palouse country —Coifax -Crop
prospects remain much above the
average. Fruit crop will be light
but a long way from a failure.
Colton —Timothy seems to be
very backward. Fine growing
weather for grain. Pullman —
The crop prospect was never bet
ter in the Palouse country. Grain
has an excellent stand and there
is a large acreage. Crops of all
kinds are growing very fast.
Rosalia —Fall wheat beginning
to head. Spring crops doing
well. Tekoa — Gardens doing
finely. Oats and wheat making
good growth. Fletcher —Every-
thing is doing nicely. Wheat is
heading. Hatton —All grain and
small stuff in excellent condition.
The prospcets are good for the
finest spring wheat crop this sec
tion ever had. Ritzville —Wheat
has made rapid growth. Vege
tables are growing nicely.
SPECIAL RATES EAST VIA
O. R. & N.
To Chicago, Milwaukee and re
turn, $625.0; to St. Paul, Sioux
City, $52.50; Omaha, Kansas
City, $52.50; St. Louis $60.00.
Tickets on sale June 14, 15, 16
and 17; limit of 90 days; stop
I. T. Ames, Agent.
FOURTH OF JULY EXCUR
The 0. R. & N. will sell tickets
July 3rd and 4th with return
limit July 6 to any point within
distance of 200 miles at rate of
one and one third fare for the
ound trip. Children of half fare
age one half of the above rate.
I. T. Ames, Agt.
LOW RATES TO DENVER ON
N. P. R.
Epworth League meeting, July
sto 9; Eagles meeting, Aug. 14
o 24; Osteopathic Assn. meeting,
Aug. 15 to 19; G. A. R. meeting,
Sept. 4 to 7.. Rate, $50 for round
trip; limit, 30 days.
C. D. Wilson, Agt.
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I These are a few PRICE PROOFS of our Leadership I
I . in Merchandising SI
L.E. S. i4iiFcf?iri S Son!
I PULLMAN, WASHINGTON 1
Alfred Peats Wall Papers
/are so well known that it
seems unnecessary to go
into detail as to their
merits. Suffice it to say
that for quality, design
and price they are unex
Please come in, examine *
the stock and get esti
mates on your rooms.
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 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 Storr
C. Klossner & H. Meyer
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