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ALBION FIRE DOES $35,000 DAM
The flouring mill of the Guy Mill
ing company, together with the large
warehouse belonging to the same com
pany, was destroyed by fire Friday
night of last week, with the enitre
The fire started in the office, where
the safe was located, about 10 o'clock,
and burned rapidly, extending to the
warehouse, where 16,000 bushels of
wheat were stored. The facilities for
fighting fire were very limited, but
the people of the town did all that
was possible with biickets.
The PaciflcCoast Elevator company's
warehouse, near by, was saved with
the utmost difficulty.
The loss is estimate,) at $36,000, and
the company carried an insurance of
$24,000. The wheat in the warel
was not insured.
The cause of the fire is BOmewhai of
a mystery. A. C. Spengler, owner of
the property, was out of town at the
FOR SALE 400 acres farm land
two miles south of Pullman, Wash.,
all in cultivation. 140 in fall wheat.
Price 960 per acre, with terms. Ap
ply to T. E. Bramel, Lewiston, Idaho.
RESOLUTION NO. 24.
A resolution of the City Council of
the City of Pullman to build a ide
walk in the City of Pullman which
shall be situated on the Kast side of
Star Route street bordering on block
s, Reaney's Second addition to the City
of Pullman, and on the Kast side of lot
G, block 15, Reaney's Second addition
to the City of Pullman, unless some
good and valid objection is made why
said walk should not be built.
The CityCouncl of the City of Pull
man do resolve as follows:
Sec. 1. That unless some good and
valid objection is made thereto, it is
the intention of the city of Pullman to
build, or cause to be built, a sidewalk
which shall be situated on the east
side of Star Route Street, bordering
on Block 8, Reaney's Second Addition
to the City of Pullman and on the east
side of Lot 6, Block 15, Reaney's Sec
ond Addition to the cityjof Pullman and
shall be constructed of fir or tamarack
boards 1 1-4 inches thick laid 1-2 in
ches apart, 6 ft. 4 in. long laid on
tamarack or fir stringers which are 2
inches thick by G inches wide laid 26
inches apart and each board nailed
thereto with not fewer Jthan six nails
for the Famous Monitor Disc and
Shoe Drills, Flying Dutchman
Plows, Harrows, etc. Bain and
Moline Wagons, Henney Buggies,
Hacks and Carriages.
We are now sole agents for the In
ternational Stock Food.
We carry at all times a com
plete line General Hardware, in
cluding Colis' Original Hot Blast
Coal and Wood Heaters, Majestic
and Moores Ranges.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - - - Pullman, Wash.
Pullman Steam Laundry
J. N. SCOTT, Prop.
Located on Grand Street, near the O. R. & N.
depot, Pullman Wash.
First - Class Work is Guaranteed
to each board, nails not to be smaller
Sec. 2. That the probable cost of
the construction of said walk is 80
cents per lineal foot which shall In- as
il (gainst thfl property abutting
upon the street at the place where said
walk is built, according to the propor
tionate number of feet ;un! the propor
tiionatte benefit! derived therefrom
by each piece of property on account
of the construction of said walk.
Sec. :!. That the construction of
cross-walks, one on the east si<!<' of
Star Route Street, crossing Montgom
ery Street, and one on the North side
of Montgomery Street crossing Star
Route street shall be borne by the
City of I'u 11 man.
See. 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 lie built,
they should file their written objection
thereto on or before the 7th day of
December, 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 of
the City of Pullman at the City Hall
on the 7th day of December, A. 1).
1905 att the hour of 7.30 I. M. or as
soon thereafter as their objections can
■ d October 19, 1905.
Approved November ~, I
D. F. STALKY, Mayor.
C. F. Kinzie, clerk.
us at once.
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I 1 We will put on Sale Saturday morning 71 Ladies' and I
I Misses' Walking and Dress Skirts at •
I half :f»:f*i:ce: I
. @ Many of these Skirts are new this Season, and are good values at the regular price, ™
!but we will put them in this special lot at just One-Half their former price. m
SEE OUR LARGE CENTER WINDOW I
I For display of these Skirts until Saturday morning when they will be put on Sale.
One Lot Misses' Skirts $5.00 Skirts I
Just the thing for school. Was a good value at In Fauci/ Mixtures, Blue, Black and Gray i
A $8,05. They all $0 in this Special at Ct*^* -* 1 •
I <fi T t n Mr ii _____ $2.50 each •
I *_-___?_..__!; 06, $8 and $70 Skirl* in Plain, and Fancy, at I
I Ladies' $4.00 Skirts Half Price I
lln Black, hroivn or Gray, all sizes. Special , M „,,,.., , s7;// . /v rarri.d fron, U^eor^ I
I $2.00 each | 98 cents each •
■ Positively no Skirts sold from this lot until Saturday morning, and they will continue If
ji on sale until all sold. No alterations made at these prices. ' I
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I Don't miss this chance to secure _ Good Skirt at a Great Saving ■
Don't miss this chance to secure a Good Skirt at a Great Saving I
This is an Exact Reproduction
Of the 42-Piece Dinner Set mentioned in our advertisement on the Bth
page of the Herald. You will find it an accurate description.
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THE CHICAGO SALVAGE CO. ilfiiic. PULLMAN
Sale begins Wednesday, November 15th, at 9 o'clock a. m.