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THE PDLLHHR HERHLD.
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Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman postoffice as second-class
ALLEN BROS. •./• , Pim.ism
WiLFORD Ai.i.kn, Editor.
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION:
$1.00 per year, strictly in advance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - (2,00
All advertisements will be continued and
charged for until ordered out.
THE NEW MONEY ORDERS.
The postofflce department is
putting into use a now form of
money order to do away with the
danger'of forgery that was pres
ent under the old form.
One of the principal changes
is that on the left hand side,
which has on it a column of fig
ures commencing at $] and run
ning by $6 to $100. The clerk
making out the order tears the
paper so that the number next
above that for which the order
was issued .vill be shown. This
will prevent the raising of the
figures, as the order now in use
could be raised by erasing and
refilling. While this order
would not tally with the one sent
to the receiving postmaster a
merchant would often cash it;
and sustain a loss on going to
the postoffice to cash it.
Issuing the new orders will
take more time than the oldl
form, but there is no danger of !
a forgery. Even should the fig- i
ures on the face of the order be!
erased and others substituted I
the man cashing the order would
cash it at the lowest figure, as!
shown in the margin and lose
nothing. This practice is fol
lowed at postoffices now and in
case of doubt it is always the
lowest figure that is paid.
Another change in the form is
that the address of the person to
■whom the order is sent is placed |
on the order, together with the
name. The name of the remitter
is also placed on the new form. I
A new form of application is
also to be used. It is arranged ;
in the same manner as the order,
and at the left is a column of fig
ures to be torn to correspond'
with the money order itself.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Good four
room house, pantry, woodshed, cellar.
Convenient to public school. See W.
H. Harvey. tf
FOR SALE— At a bargain, a good
8-room house and four lots in Pullman.
Address Mrs. M. J. McCaw, Col fax,
Store your potatoes on track and save
hauling when markets are high and
roads bad. Only five cents a sack.
See C. G. Crawford at creamery. 3t.
If you don't buy your clothes of Van
Brazen you dont' buy your clothes
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
Notice is hereby given that the regi
stration books will close on November I
14th, 1905. All registratons must be
made on or before said date.
C. F. Kinzie,
HAVE YOU REGISTERED THIS
According to the new law every
person registered prior to Augugt Ist, :
1905, will have to be reregistered.
C. F. KINZIE, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Sarah A. Martin, de
Notice ia hereby given by the under- ;
•igned administrator of the Estate of
Sarah A. Martin, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having!
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouch
ers, within one year after the first
publication of this notice, to the ad- j
ministrator, at the law office of John
Mathews, in the city of Pullman, !
Washington, at which place said ad
ministrator will transact the business
•f said estate.
GEO. I. MARTIN,
Administrator of estate of Sarah A.
Dated, Pullman, Wash., September
RESOLUTION NO. 25.
A resolution of the City Council of
the City of Pullman to build a side
walk in the City of Pullman, begin
ning at the northwest corner of Camp
u Park Addition to Pullman, thenct
North along East side of Monroe street
to the North side of California street,
thence East along the north aide of
California Street to the east side of
irß" Street to the Collage Campus.
1 Also commencing at South east corner
of Block eight of said campus Park
Addition, thence Xorthwi sterly along
! the west side of Thatuna Streel to the
alley running through Block six .said
Camus Park, thence acrou Thatuna
Strict to tthe Southwest corner of lot
5, block :s. of said Campus park, thence
i Northwesterly along east side of Tha
tuna Streel to the north side of Colo
rado Btreel to Monroe street. Also
commencing at the south side of the
east end <if the alley running thence
:: the smith side of F.in
den avenue to the southwest corner of
lot l,block2,said Campus Park, thence
along north side of Linden avenue to
the west side '•;' Short Street, thence
Southwesterly along west sidi "i
Short street to Maiden lan.', according
to the plai of Pullman, Wash., unless
some good anil valid objectionia made
why said walk should not lie built.
Sic. 1. Thai unless Borne good and
valid objec.l ion is made thereto, is is
the :: of t.h. City of Pullman
in build, or cause to bi built, a side
of Campus Park Addition to Pullman,
:e north alon of Monroe
streel to the north side of California
them '.- aoul ;i of "B"
colli ue campus. Also
commencing at the southeast corner of
block;-; of said Campus Park addition,
thence northwesterly along the west
side of Thatuna stieet to the alley run
ning through block 6, said Campus
Park, thence across Thatuna street to
the southwest corner of lot 5, block :i,
of said Campus Park, thence north
westerly along east side of Thatuna
street to the north side of Colorado
street, thence west along the north
side of Colorado street to Monroe
street. Also commencing at the south
aide of the east end of the alley run
ning through block 6of said Campus
Park, thence northwesterly along west
side of Thatuna street to Linden aven
ue thence westerly along the south side
of Linden avenue to the east side of
"B" street, thence across Linden ave
nue to the southwest corner of lot 1,
block 2 of said Campus Park, thence
along north side of Linden Avenue to
the West side of Short street, thence
southwesterly along west side of Short
street to Maiden Lane, according to the
plat of Pullman, Wash., and shall be
constructed of fir or tamarack boards
1 1-4 inches thick laid 1-2 inches apart,
5 ft. 4 in. long laid on tamarack
stringers which are 2 inches thick by 6
in. wide laid 2 (>" inches apart and each
board nailed thereto with not fewer
than six nails to each board, nails not
to be smaller than Hid.
Sec. 2. That the probable cost of
the construction of said walk is 20 cents
per lineal foot which shall be assessed
ugainst the property abutting upon the
street at the place where said walk is
built, according to the proportionate
number of feet and the proportionate
benefits derived therefrom by each
niece of property on account of the
Eonstrution of said walk.
Sec. 3. That the construction of
crosswalks shall be paid for by the
City of Pullman.
Sec. 4. That notice is hereby given
to all persons interested therein, that
if they have any good and valid reason
why said walk should not be built, they
should tile their written objection
thereto on or before the 7th day of De
cember, 1905, with the City Clerk of
the City of Pullman and in addition
thereto, they may be heard at the reg
ular meeting of the City Council <if
the City of Pullman at the City all on
the 7th day of December, A. D. 1905,
at the hour of 7:80p, m. or as soon
thereafter as their objections can be
Dated November 2, 1905.
Approved November loth, 1905.
D. F. STALEY, Mayor.
C. F. Kinzie, Clerk.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the matter of the etrate <>f Soph
rona R. Ford, deceased. Order to
show cause why a decree of distri
bution should not be made.
On reading and tiling the petition
of T. Thonney, administrator of the
estate of Sophrona R. Ford, deceased,
letting forth that he has filed his final
account of his administration of the
estate of said deceased in this Court,
and that the same was on Die 14th day
of October, 1905, duly approved, al
lowed and settled. That all the debts
and expenses of administration have'
been duly paid, and that a portion of
said estate remains to be distributed
to the heir of said deceased, and pray
ing among other things for an order of
distribution of the residue of said es
tate among the persons entitled.
It is ordered that all persons inter*
, ested in the estate of Sophrona R. I
Ford, deceased, be and appear before
the Superior Court of Whitman Coun
ty, State of Washington, at the court
room of said Court, at Coif ax, In
county and state aforesaid, and 1
day the 14th day of November A. D.,
1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., then and
there to show cause why an nredr of
distribution should not be mad- of the
* I residue of B aid estate to the sole heir.
Rosa Thonney, of said deceased, ac
cording to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published for four suc
cessive weeks in the Pullman Herald,
a newspaper printed and publshed in
Whitman county, state of Washington.
Dated October 14. 1905.
S. J. CHAD WICK,
Satte of Washintgon; County of
I, W. O. MCcftW, county clerk and
clerk of the Superior court of Whit
man county, State of Washington, do
herbey certify that the foregoing is a
full, true and correct copy of an order
made and entered of record upon the
minutes of tho said Superior Court.
Witness my hand and official seal
affixed, this Mth day of October, A
W. 0. McCAW, County Clerk.
By GEO. L. CORNER, Deputy.
WM. SWAIN ~
Office over First National Bank
If you are going to build call and
Dr. //. I>. Marshall
Physician and Snipe
First National Hank Building.
l>")tl1 Phones. Pullman, Wash.
Table Linen and
go together. If you are interested in fine
Table Linens look at our window display and
you will come inshle and purchase. They are
new, just arrived, and complete in every respect.
Linens .... oc to g 2 per yarc j
Napkins - - - $i to $6 per dozen
Whitham & Wagner
Pullman ----- . Wash
I.XVI ANKI-.NV, Ires. H. T. GREEK, CASHIER.
GAY LOMBARD, Vici PR KB, S. A. TURNER, Assist. CASH.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
—- of PULLMAN
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v% Next Door to Post Office. %
Cold weather has no terror for the family with a
Columbia Air - Tight
It is substantially built, along scientific principles, and will
give the greatest amount of heat with the least fuel.
We also carry the
The best range on the market.
Our new line of
Crockery and Imported
is now ready for inspection. Call and look it over whether you
are ready to purchase or not.
PULLMAN HARDWARE COMPANY
J. D. Allen, Manager
The Best Vehicles
On Earth Today
We handle nothing but first class goods
and keep extras for every tiling we sell. We
guarantee price and quality on all goods, ami
make agreeable terms. Give us a call.
A. B. BAKER <£ CO.
LEWIS BROS.' MEAT SHOP
is now selling
Loin Steak lOcts per lb.
Round Steak Bets per lb.
Roasts 6, 7 and Bets per lb.
Boiling Meat 4 and 5 ctsper lb.
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish and Game in season. Prices on all meats
reduced. Meat delivered twice daily. Your patronage is solicited.
In Creamery Building - Phone No. q^