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I CI?Y COUNCIL
I WILL BUILD SIDEWALKS
i " Resolutions Passed by Council Pro
viding for Two New . i
--The city council met Monday
night and transacted the usual big dose
of city business, including the allowing
of numerous claims against the muni-1
cipality. Residents on Military hill
petitioned for a four inch water main ]
on Webb avenue, and the water com
mittee will investigate and report at
the next meeting. On the petition j
presented at a previous meeting, the j
council ordered the vacation of ten feet >
on each side of McKenzie street, the
petitioners to bear all the expense of
making the transfer. Resolutions
were adopted providing for the con
struction of two sidewalks, one on the
east side of Alder street, and the other
on the west side of Grand street in I
frnot of Palmerton's undertaking es- j
tablishment. Ordinances were intro
duced and read, one providing for the
collection of two dollars road poll tax
from every male citizen over 21 years
of age, and one establishing the gnyde
on Grand street. W /
—Philip Guy Wilson, the young son
of Agent Wilson of the Northern Pa
cific, is nursing a pretty sore left arm
for which the family cow v respon- j
sible. The lad was milking the ani
mal Tuesday, when she became fright
ened at a passing train and when the
wreckage was cleared away an inven
tory of the damage showed that Guy's j
left arm was dislocated at the elbow,
and a point was chipped off from one
•' of the bones. Dr. Maguire and time
will make the arm as good as new
—The school board ha-s fixed tho tu
ition for non-residents at $2 per month
I in advance, with a rebate at thy close
of the year to the amount of the per
capita apportionment if the apportion
ment is not demanded by the home
—Will Palmerton is here from Walla
Walla, and will join his parents to-'
morrow in a trip to Portland, going by
way of Seattle, wh< re they will stop
off and visit relatives.
Have your clothes mad'. 1 in Pullman
by Frank Zalesky, merchant tailo .
Hardware Co. (
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'i V V^l your property in the fall and protect | T*^% »
\M ** against winter storms. 8/ i '
_j«^fc^Vl Houce, barn, fences, implements— W£^^ >^^ r
■~-^S&£3§hPm no matter what you want to paint— S%§yraii(fc.
'"3^211 Sherwin-Williams Paints [£rir
*T?ii(it**ffl will do your work better and at less fit//' 1 ,
■fl-,\*W/A y°u want a good job that will KJra^VjJV^''''"*
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TIME TO PAlNT^fc^
STEWART - CLUE
Wo* ftaliman 3&ttal&
-Will Hudson and family leave to
day for Seattle, where they take pas
sage on the Dakota Wednesday for the
Orient, and will dwell among the
Chinks at Shanghai for the next five
years. The Herald wishes them every
Success in their new home.
The enrollment in the public
'school is 487, divided among the grades
as follows: High school, 142; 6th
grade, 59; sth grade, 57; 4th grade,
82; 3rd grade, 40; 2nd grade, 86; Ist
-Prof. Roberts has been in Rosalia
this week assisting the town council
in making a survey of certain springs
which the city proposes to develop as
a water supply for its water system.
E. S. Burgan was in Spokane dur
ing the week, and while there purf !
chased a fine delivery wagon which hfs |
firm will soon have on the city run. \
—A. Carpenter, of Tacoma, has
leased the Crescent Studio for a year,
and is now in charge of the establish
Just received imported and domestic
high class woollens for stock to make
selections from, by Frank Zalesky,
—E. Comstoek and wife, of Gar
field, have been here this week visit
lag their daughter, Mrs. Ira Clark.
—Ed. Tower answers when you call
him "papa" now -its a boy and it all
happened last Wednesday.
-Editor Smith, of Moscow's pio
neer paper, the "Mirror," was a Pull
man visitor yesterday.
— Mrs. M. E. Chambers left yester
day morning for Portland, where she
will make her home.
—C. H. Bland, late of Kailspel,
Montana, is a new man on the force
— Geo. Guesnier has returned from
■ the hospital at Moscow, much improved
J. M. Palmerton is building a new
barn on his lota back of the Artesian
—J. C. Hudson, who is now miller
in the Colton flour mills, is in the
-Prof. Lawrence, of the college,
has returned from Portland.
Ellis Conklin went to Spokane
Thursday, returning today.
—Ira Henshaw and family returned
today from Portland.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, SEITEMBEK 16, 1905,
GAIN IN FLOW
Dry Weather Has No Terror for Pullman's
During the extended dry season,
when for 81 days the sun continued to
shine with undimitiished splendor upon
the Palouse country, and wells and
[springs in many localities were re
duced in flow, and rivers ran dry, the
artesian wells, the source of Pullman's
water supply, have given up their
great flow of purest water with the
i same gush and pressure as when they!
wt re fust bored fourteen years ago. i
In fact, Engineer Zender says that as
the wells free themselves of sand in j
the artesian vein, and the reservoir be
low the rock becomes larger, the wells
flow stronger, an evidence of this he
ing the shorter time now required to
rill the tank of the street sprinkler
over years previous. The tank, of 600
gallons capacity, is filled by direct
pressure from one of the city wells,
and during the late dry season required
3 1-1 minutes to fi.i, as against -I}, last
season. The wells are undoubtedly
fed by some mountain lake, which as
sures to Pullman a never-failing supply
of water that can never become infect
ed with typhoid or other bacteria.
—A night show right on the fair
grounds at the Spokane fair in October
is something quite new, and will add
greatly to the attractions of the fair.
Plenty of fun and frolic under the.
bright electric lights will draw big
crowd-; for the night show. The man
agement has reduced t• is- pi c el' ad
mission at night to 25 ci nts and at : i
same time has cTuiiU. \\ - l'i.».vatidevj!!e
and amusement featur . All the
performers will put on their -
turns, the band will play its best mu
sic, the midway will be more attract
ive than at any other time of day, the
exhibition buildings will be open,
many features will be put on at
which can not be . • nat am ■
tin c. The "Fall of Pori Arthur"
will be |t ■ sented in wo fire
works by the Pain compat y,
manufactures the finest lim of .
technics in the world. featrue_
alone will be as fine as all the rest of
the fair put together.
A very pretty wedding was solem
nized at the residence of Rev. Powell, j
Wednesday, Sept. 13th, at 10 a. m., !
when Miss Nellie Clark of Pullman
became the bride of Oliver I. Ric
nf Moscow, ihe ceremony waa per
formed by Rev. Powell in the prei
of relatives and a few friends. The
bride was assisted by Miss Myrtle
Ricketts and the groom by Ross Ken
nedy, The bride was beautifully at
tired in white, while the groom wore
the conventional black. After the;
ceremony the party went to th I
denceof Mr. W. F. M. Rickelts, where
luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs,
Ricketts left at noon for their future
home at Moscow.
E. W. Gragg, who has been con
nected with th" college here for a
number of years, lately as landscape
gardener, has gone to Seattle, near
which city he will take charge of a
large farm belonging to J. W. Clise,
a Seattle capitalist.
The first special Saturday evening
sale at Buragn's last week, \
remarkable success, 80 dozen to well
being disposed of in the two hours.
Dr. C. R. Murchison, representing
King, the optician, of Spokane, will
be at the Palace hotel for three days
only Sept. '!'>, 2» and 27.
The Pullman Poultry Co. does its
own hauling ar.d always has a supply j
of fresh fruit at lowest market prices. ]
Mrs. K. P. Allen and Mrs. J. C.
Taylor returned yesterday morning
from a week's visit to Portland.
> PARISH RECEPTION.
Tpc ladies of St. James Episcopal
chulch proved themselves delightful
entertainer- last Thursday evening.
The members of the pariah and their
frieri<! ga h red in the church for so
cial coi ■ and each one was sur
prijjpil to find what delightful neigh
bors surround one hero in Pullman.
The Rev. Mr. Powell and Mrs. Pritch
ard were Ihe wits of the occasion, and
Mi.- Ida Baker rendered a pleating
solo and the choir sung several selec
tions. Light refreshments added Borne
to the good humor of the company.
The Rev. Mr. Powell extended a fra
ternal greeting from the churches of
Pullman and the evening closed with
"Bleal be the Tie thai Binds," which
was sung with heart as well as voice,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen and suns
are at Portland taking in the fair.
All your energies count for ilttle if
your eyes give out. See King, the
optician, at the Palace hotel Sept, 2f>,
2G and 27.
Don't trust ANYONE to take your
measure for your clothes, Vanßruggen
has had years of experience to hack up
FOR SALE Superior Disc Drill and
tudebaker wagon, both in excellent
condition. Enquire of E. S. Hunter,
U f Q. 1. Pullman. (2w)
The free clinic of th" school of
veterinary science will open Saturday,
Ith, and are held Tuesday,
Thui iday and Saturday afternoon:-;.
ONS FOR PUBLICATION.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the County
Sadie E. McFadden, Plaintiff, vs.
Samuel 11. McFadden, Defendant,
The State of Washington to the said
Samuel R. McFadden, Defendant:
You are hereby ummoned and re
quired to appear within sitxy days
after the date of the first publication
to-wit, within sixty
. ■ i 18th daj of Si ;
A. 1)., 1905, exclu iv of said day, and
nd the above entitl< d act ion in the
c entitled court , and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff and serve a
copy of your answer upon the under
signed attorney for Plaintiff, at his
office in the City of Pullman, County
of Whitman, State of Washington, and
in ease of your failure o to flo, judg
mi nt will be rend* r< d against you ac
cording to the demand of said comp
laint which has been filed with the
clerk of said court. The object and
purpi i aid action is to obtain a
di ci ■<■ of court dissolving the bonds of
matrimony existing between the plain
tiff and defendant and for an order of
court giving to the plaintiff the care
and custody of four minor children
who are the issue of the marriage of
the plaintiff and defendant and for an
order awarding to ihe plaintilf certain
real estate which is situated in the
city of I'uilman, county of Whitman,
State of Washington.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Post Office address, Pullman, Whit
man county, Washintgon.
Then- are a large number of appli
cations at the college this year from
young people who wish to work for
their board in private families Any
people in town who would like to se
cure the services of young men or wo
men in this way, I would be pleased j
to bear from them. I
F. F. NALDER. Registrar.
Any good responsible man or wo
man who wishes to work by the day
or month at good paying salary, rep
uting a large mercantile company,
can get all necessary information and
appointments by calling at the Artesian
hotel. HARRY BTINER, Hen. Agt.
MULES FOP. SALE Five span
broke mules, \i to 6 years old, for
J. G. GIBSON, Johnson, Wash.
DEATH OF THOS. L. MORROW.
i'u.-sday evening, September 12th,
at seven o'clock, Thomas L. Morrow,
Oneoftbfl best known and best thought
of young met) of the city, died at his
borne after a brief illneaa from peri
tonitis. The disease had attacked Mr.
Morrow very suddenly hist .Saturday.
and his condition was consideredTmost
serious from the Very start, and be
sides local physicians, Dr. Oilman,
of Moscow, and Dr. Thomas of Spo
kane, were called, but medical science
The deceased leaves a wife and two
children, one a little girl of about Is
months, the second, ;i son, born two
hours after the father had been sum
moned to the Great Beyond.
lie was born in Lewis county, Mis
souri, in October, 1877, being at hi
death nearly 28 years of age. He
came to Pullman five years ago, and
for a time was a student at the col
lege. Of late yeara he had been em
ployed at the Pullman steam laundry.
Always attentive to his duties, quiet
and pleasant of manner, all were his
friends, and regret and mourning at
his untimely death was universal.
The funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon, at the Methodist
church, under the auspices of Even
ing Star lodge, No. 86, Knigts of
Pythias, of which order Tom had been
a faithful member, and the remains
Were followed to their final resting
place in Fairmouni cemetery by a
large number of friends, in whose
memory Tom will long live.
After nearly three months of sun
shine, a soaking rain fall commenced
Tuesday night, and continued all day
Wednesday, during which time one and
one-quarter inches of moisture fell.
The atmosphere has been cleared of
its dust and smoke, and the air again
bas a sweet, pun smell. Threshing
operations were discontinued for a
coruple of days, but a few of the
machines started up again yesterday
and another week of dry weather
will about -complete the threshing.
No damage was done by (her ;iin, but
iii lead it has been of immen.se value,
making the roads better for the wheat
hauler, and the harvest Held more
tolerable for the laborer, as well as
reducing the chance; for tire in the
ti Id. Pastures, which have been
about dried up, are greatly freshened.
H kT< "There is as much difference If
I J^S?t between TAILOR MADE CLOTHES I
Mm i I I and a 'hand me down', m
W ( \\ Said Brother Bill— * |j
I*A \l "As there is between a THANKS- B
»sj^ II GIVING DINNER and a -hand-out." I
Hi 1 I Write Carl Joieph A Co., Merchant Tailors Chicago, H
IS I V for their booklet, "Brother BUI," D«d»-«Mpher, ||
I 1 or call on at.
■ WX AD. BAUM I
I-- I™. L \. Office with I'l
B^a3gg~ *^Sit&rJyy Pn^ft Sound Warehouse Co, M
1 . Carl Joseph & Company's made-to-measure B
i clothes have a distinction and elegance about them r|
I easily recognized from those of the "other kind." I j
|i We are their exclusive agents here. ■
II Your measure taken by the Joseph system is H
H a guarantee of a perfect fit 1.1
J. P. DUTHIEI
I Dealer in all kinds of Produce
I Flour, Feed, Hay, Lumber, Posts, Coal, \
i Wood. Cash paid for Eggs, Poultry, )
} Fruit and all kinds of Vegetables. ,\
. South Grand Street - ... Pullman, Washington j
VISITS TIE CITY.
Popular Representative of U. S
Prof. W. .!. SpHlraan, former
professor of agriculture at the college
here, WU in the city the early part of
the week greeting hi.s many friends.
He is now head of the department of
farm management with the department
of agriculture, and wa> west on busi
ness connected with his work. "I am
simply infatuated with my work,"
■aid Professor SpilUman. "I have
abundant funds for experimental work
and am carrying cm extensive experi
ments in various parts of the United
States. At present we are working
among the cotton growers of the south
ami are teaching them to (jrow every
thing but cotton; we have 35 farms
in the southern .states and the work
lias been highly successful. lam de
lighted with the outlook in the west.
Farmers seem prosperous and the ag
ricultural districts are making marked
advancement. I spent some time west
of the mountains and was pleased and
surprised to find agriculture in such
Grangeville, Idaho, was visited
by a most, disastrous fire Thursday,
nearly three blocks of the business
center burning over. The Bargain
store, owned by Messrs. Richardson
and Wilkinson, formerly of this city,
was not burned, but a considerable
loss was occasioned through the haaty
removal of the stock ato a place of
safety when it was thought the store
Postmaster Allen will be visited
by his brother, 0. A. Allen, of San
Bernardino, California, next week.
This will be the lirst meeting of the
two brothers for over twenty years.
Coach Sweeley has returned to
Pullman and will put the college foot
ball team into active training as fast
as the members appear og the scene
FOR SALE At a bargain, a good
8-room house and four lots in Pullman.
Address Mrs. M. J. McCaW, Co 1 fax