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THE PIMM nil.
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Published at Pullman, Washington, cv
; cry Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman poatofficc as second class
ALLEN BROS. - - Pubmshkrs
V'n.i nun Aii in. Editor,
TERMS OF 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.
Barred From llio Hall of Fame.
The committee appointed to put emi
nent Americans Into the Hall of Fame
«eeins to be especially busy in keeping
famous persons out of It. At a recent
seance James Russell Lowell and Gen
eral Sherman were given full creden
tial* for pedestals, and Whittle? got In
by a small margin. On another occa
lion John Qulnoy Adams, James Mad
ison, Agassis, Alexander Hamilton,!
Paul Jones, Mary Lyon, Emma Willard '
ami Maria Mitchell polled the requisite
fifty-one votes and were declared offi
Foe was found to lack eight wise
men In the committee who would over-!
look certain phases of his life and fie
'Clare that the phenomenal fame his!
works have won for him the world'
over is authentic. Oliver Wendell
Homes was Joined to the discounted]
■ class along with Too because lie lacked
three votes of being truly famous. Hor
ace Greeley is also outside of the Pan
theon, and Nathan Hale Is only 10 per
cent famous, since he got a meager ten
votes where 100 Americans, good and
true, had a chance to extend the glad
hand and pull him into the sacred col
umn. To what limbo famous Ameri
cans of the class of Davy Crockett
will be consigned Is a matter for sad
reflection. .Perhaps the committee will
graciously establish an annex or two
with a roomy vestibule for the storage
of busts barred at present, but carried
on the waiting list to see how their al
leged fame will pan out. And Holmes,
Toe and Halo will not be lonely out-
Side, as will lie seen by the list of bril
liant Americana besides whom the lof
ty tribunal by Its latest decree has de
nied the Imprimatur of Its approval:
Nathanael Greene, James Fenimore
Cooper, William Cullen Bryant, George
Bancroft, John Lothrop Motley, Fran
ds I'nrkman, Mark Hopkins, Phillip*
Brooks, Rufua Choate, Patrick Henry,
John C. Calhoun, Charles Sunnier and
A Cry For More Wool.
Figures given by the United States
Investor Bhow that the price of native
wool ia thla country has Increased in
ten years three and in sum.- cases four
times over whal it was ten years ago.
Quotations in London ami also In South
Ami rlcan markets Bhow a correspond
ing advance. This rise of prices uiuy
stimulate the growth of woo! in Aus
tralia ami In South America, and also
affect the sheep growing industry tn
this country t>> Borne extent.
Of late years sheep raising in the ;'
United States has rested upon a mut- ■
ton basis that Is, the value of the meat
has been considered rattier than the j
value of the fleece. For the past llf- j
teen years the number of sheep has not !
Increased with the growth of popula
tion. One reason is that land, with the
exception of certain districts, lias been
too valuable for other purposes. But
if the crops are to rot on the ground
because of lavish abundance or for the
lack of harvesters or the means of '
hauling them to market farmers may j
conclude that there Is money in rais
ing sheep for the wool. The prospect
will bo Improved if science finds some
Wily to stop the sheep disease which
has fastened Us blight upon, some of
the old wool growing sections.
The death of Sir Henry Irving re
■loves almost the lasi link between tbe
modern and the classic days of the
English speaking stage. When Irving
began he had for models at home the
tWO Keans, KUen Tree, Charles und
Frances Anne Kemble and Macready.
lv this country the elder Uooth had
Ju-i passed away, but Forrest and
Davenport were at the height of their
fame. Kdwin Hooth, Barrett, Adams,
Bangs, LMter Wullack, Warren, Gil
bert uud Mrs. QUbert were his chief
American contemporaries and have all
departed before him.
The De Wet whom the Germans re
cently arrested In Southwest Africa for
plotting rebellion Is a uephew of the
distinguished Boer general, but should
cot be identified with the young Dp
Wet who visited this country during
tbe Boer war. This lust Do Wet claim
ed to be v nephew of the general whose
nume he bore He was killed about a
year ago in South America.
It takes Hi.; romance out of the Grand
Duke Cyril's real love match, which I
■led to his banishment by the czar, to j
recall that he Is the chap who went to'
c front In 1904 with a crowd of rep- i
bates of both sexes In his train and
flapped Kuropatkin's face for remon-:
! mtrutlng. if this new sweetheart has
•married the mlacreant to reform him
LV* °n* en »i«i he,. tUQ Job.
The prediction by n prominent So
cialist that ills party will win out In
the campaign of moo must bring dis
appointment to many of the faithful.
A real Utopia, in which there won't be
any parties nor the need of any, should
Hist thai his party trill win out in
c campaign of 1906 must briiitf dis
tpolnttnmt to many of the faithful.
raal Dtoplß, in which there won't be
i.v parties nor Hie need of Miiy, should
happen long before that distant date.
Critics of horrid man should take no
tice that this country over the gallant
box is vigorously protesting that the
fine of $86 and costs recently Imposed
on a miscreant who stole a kiss was
altogether too low.
That new counterfeit $1,000 bill will
have a long run of prosperity if the
average man is depended upon to
SKEE CLUB TOURNAMENT.
Content in Michigan Will lie Great
est of Hi Kind In America.
The [ahpemlng .Skee club is already
preparing for its big annual tourna
ment to be held Feb. 22 next, says an
[shpemlng (Mich.) dispatch. With the
practical assurance thai President
Roosevelt will ]«■ among the many
thousands of spectators at the course,
he having conditionally accepted an In
vitation laM winter to be present, it is
Intended to make the event the great
est contest of its kind ever held in the
The tournament will be Internationa]
in its scope. Not only will the best
skee junipers in America take part—
and these Include a number of men
who have won fame at national tour
naments conducted under royal aus
pices in their Dative land—but It is
practically certain that famous riders
will make the trip from the Scandina
vian peninsula especially to participate
In the [ahpemlng meet.
The expenses of the foreign contest
ants will be advanced, and, in addi
tion, they will doubtless share in the
prizes, which will be sufficiently large
to Induce them to do their best.
The slide on which the skee jumping
will take place is being greatly Im
proved at considerable cost. The Jumps
will be well above the 100 foot mark.
A Texan "nnbj" Seven Feet Tall.
"Baby Jim," a young colossus from
Beaumont, Tex., is the latest freak.
The youth is eighteen years old and
seven feet tall. In coming up from
Galveston he was too big for the ordi
nary railroad car and had to find ac
commodations In the stock car.
NOTE ] HE CHAN!
Instead of Dec. 20th it will be Dec.
list that the ladies of the M. E.
:hurch will ho ■! their bazaar in the
•dd Fellows hall. The booths will
nclude tho c of fancy work, art, do
-nestics, i andy, etc. Luncheon will
>c served at noon to accommodate the
jiusjriesa men and everybody, and be
ginning at five o'clock in the evening]
i hot chicken dinner will be served.
When you are buying Xmas presents
ook at the chinaware and silverware
it the Pullman Hardware Store.
Have your clothes made in Pullman
iy Frank Zalskey, merchant tailor.
Try a Back of Genesee Purity Patent
(lour at Duthie's.
Duthie buys Hides and Poultry.
tGive Us the
j J Opportunity
K^-f" |p We win make it
f^^s W£m possible for you to
I fe mL: dress as well as
W^ffW« any of your neigh-
Wlf v^ bors.
pIS fe J| Perfect fit guar
ls|l r:i'l anteed. «
R. B. BRAGG & CO.
Next Door to Post Office.
LEWIS BROS.' MEAT SHOP
is now selling
Loin Strak lOcts per It.
Round Steak q cts per ib.
Roasm 6, 7 and 8 cts per lb.
BoitlMG Mkat 4 and 5 cts per lb.
Fresh and Cured Meats, 1-ish an.l Game in season. Pricei on a!l :
reduced. Meat delivered twice daily. Your pttrOOßgC is lolicited.
In Creamery Building - - - Phone No. 97
WANTED young man, W.S.C.
student, work for board and room, any
kind of work. Address H. L. Haynes
City. t f '
i Duthio delivers flour, feed, hay, coal
wood and produce to all parts of the
! city. Order by phone.
Practical presents for particular
men at The Toggery.
— ■ —— — __
j 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
-room house and four lots in Pullman.
Address Mrs. M. J. McCaw, Colfax ;
- _ .
Frost proof storage for potatoes on
R. track, at cents for sack, good '
1. R. track, at 5 cents per sack, good I
till May Ist. Enquire of C. G. Craw- '
ford, at creamery. 5m3
Fifty squares of good corrugated
iron for sale at one half regular price, j
A. B. BAKER & CO.
NOTICE—Came to undersigned some
10 or 12 weeks ago, one red and white I
heifer. Two ear marks. T. BLINK. \f
Oash paid for poultry and eggs by f
he Pullman Poultry Co. ji
I have some good corrugated iron J
for sale at one half regular price. jf
A. B. BAKER & CO. j *
an One Distinguishing f^r | p
Feature of the J
I Remington | £
|| Typewriter I \A
is that it LASTS y
txj It does good work when it i; new, and lis '/
Eg! continues to do good work when it is old. IBj ■L;
Remington Typewriter Company || :V.
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WM. SWAIN \
ARCHITECT and \i
Office over First National Bank , X
If you are going to build call and X
see me i Vi
SPECIAL PRICE SALE
That we may clean up on a few lines of staple qualities and well known brands we will f tI
N.XT TWEHTY-™ DAYS cffer you the following attractive pHces || of you know £ m
,nd are «ware of their reli.bUity. They «re ,»ch good* m make the purchaser our friend. " "
50 Pounds Liverpool dairy salt, per sack ft* i Imported Spanish olives in bulk • large and „ ,
50 Pounds stock salt, per sack 40c < per pint IK.'argeand meaty,
15 Pounds dried prunes fIQQ California ripe olives in'iiulk.'per'pinT' 25<=
16 rounds loose muscatel raisins $1 . 00 Heinzes chow chow in bulk; equal to the hest'l "\"'*M
8 Pounds evaporated apricots $1.00 ' tled goods; per quart "'
2 One pound packages Preferred Stock fancy seeded 116 Pounds best Japanned rice ""
raisinS " 25c 3 Packages Presto pancake f10ur..!"."..! "^ °°
2 One pound packages, full weight, Preferred Stock 3 Packages Peerless breakfast cereal
cleaned currants , qc, ' Tv 25c
Abe) Large 8 pound box macaroni
All fruit is high this season and these are exceptionally ) 15 Cent can Van Camp's soup '""" 50
low prices. ' ' ""."" 10c
Raker's Breakfast cocoa, per tin .... 25 c ! r J"! lM™'* beans «* '
li Ounce can Dr. Price's baking £MS> 30 3 IP^ Sar<li"eS ' ffled "' °" M
, Pound can Tyee baking powder 2Oc 5 Big 8 ounce bars Bow foundry tost) 2c i
1 Pound can Tyee baking powder 2 Oc , 1, , r • •'' 25c
, S1 *uc And don't forget Preferred Stork mfr,.». ,
4 Cans, iocsize, sardines in mustard :z::Z A most 35c coL.; per j!™!? ~ffee Ml l° i
15 Cent Underwood's littleneck clams, 3 for 85c 35 Cent coffees, per pound 250 4^^und^ m* !
x notions ~^~ ~~ i
Cutter", 100 yard spool silk ; all colors; also black and white; sold everywhere at 10c; during this sale per spool ft !
hoys and girls heavy ribbed cotton hose; sold everywhere at 250; during this .ale or longer per pah ''° " -8c !
Ladies' veiling,, single veils or by the yard; all color.; plain or fancy weaves: s oc veilsgo now at' l£""' :, 16C I
now at 25c; 25c veils go now at 15c; 20c veils go now at. ' 4 VeiU ° ;
rho«r g o nolTt !"::: X::: r: t: t::.: hi::: r. M. r:!.:." I: s° c™*: ki> a™ " n"ii}':?i- '**::™* '*°»™'<**u7Z \
_^_ v^^^^^. 7k c 1
CLOTHING I SHOES ~ ']
is '■*'■ t >\?r s !llilll 1 iipSiiil'^i
£:: ■■ "So £.. »tssi; S^^sr* Co": ulsrp''""s
YOUTH'S LONG PANT SUITS ! $3-"" S|' Oe> no-v *250 #3-50 Shoe, now 52-90 I
M 3 Suits, now £10.00 $6 Suits, now $4.50 \ f4"°° " " 325 • ?4-5o " " 3.75 |
?I° " " 7-00 *7 " " 4.50 Also 84 pairs ladies' «no« in Patent Leather Vici Kid 1
?9 " " 600 $5 " " 3.50 and cheeper grades in the choicest Dongola.: t
BOYS' 3 PIECE LONG PANT SUITS ? 4<°° DonS°laß" now $300 $3-5° Dongolas, now *275 !
J 9 3 Piece Suits 6.00 $4.50 3 Piece Suits 3.00 '3°° " " 2<4° ' 2-5° " " 200 I
i>s " " " 4.00 $6.50' " " 00 $2oop o ngolas, now $1.60 I
BOYS' OVERCOATS ' Children's shoes: A full line of Jr as shoes go now af |
,000 Coats now $ 7 JO g Coats now |4 50 4<) ; , lrs SSS!^" n-r^
$4.s°Coat. now $3.0Q 3's°- -^^iii^L^^^^ |
MEN'S PANTS, WORSTED AND CASIMERE SHIRTS *
J6.00 Pants, now ,4.50 $3.30 Pants, now 52-75 50 Monarch and duet Men's shirts; you all know theSl
15.00" . 4.00 $3.00" ■• 2 .25 the best fitting shirt and most reliable colors on the!
v % 1 m >^5- lants i n,,w51.75 market; sold usually at *.! and $ I . 5 o; at this sale they I
Youth's and Men's coats and vests $1-50 to $7 go for... J
3LOVES: Ladies' kid gloves; Josephine and Margurite; $r.2 5 regularly, now go at -k }■
Ladies' Fine Linen Shearquality initial handkerchief; sold at 25c; go now at 3 for... Kn ° C
DRESS GOODS. Fancy Flannels; plain or fancy stripe, 40c goods, now „/, 1
[2 Pieces Wool Dress Goods; 65c grade; now .. C
ft *' * * , 50c «
10 Pieces Dress Goods; regular 50c grade; now , ■*':
' 40*- I?*
j Pieces Dress Goods; regular 40c grade; now go at C
* 1......... .... 30c
35 Remnants of plain and fancy colored silks for wairts; Iron, 1<„ to 4', yard tenth, and from S oc up to"*i -o I*. I
yard regularly that we will close out at one third off these prices. ' P E
HEADGEAR: 5> Ghildren's caps regular 35c to 50c kind; now _. |
98 Men's and Boy's caps; regular 65c and 75c kinds; now „. §
5 9 Standard Hats; among them Champion and Tiger brand.; both soft and stiff crowns; your choice"at one "naif the I
regular price. • ' 11 vie ■
BLACK M AN IROSTT COMPANY I
PULLMAN AND WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON. I
House for -New seven room
house, with all modern conveniencies,
on Mechanics hill. Will be sold
cheap. Enquire of Jos. Wallis. t4
il yd! --r* k
Are made by us on first
Low Rates of Interest
We are prepared to make ad
vances promptly on business
or farm property. Titles in
vestigated. Look us up if you
wish to borrow or loan. Our
list of property for rent, sale
and exchange will prove in
teresting. Send for one.
Squires & Gaddis
FOR SALE 400 acres farm land
two miles south of Pullman, Wash.,
all in cultivation. 140 in fall wheat.
Price $50 per acre, with terms. Ap
ply toT. E. Bramel, Lewiston, Idaho.
Store your potatoes on trat-k and save
hauling when markets are high and
roads bad. Only five cents a sack.
See C. G. Crawford at creamery. 3t.
J. P. DUTHIE
I Dealer in all kinds of Produce
Flour, Feed, Hay, Lumber, Posts, Coal,
Wood. Cash paid for Eggs, Poultry,
\ Fruit and all kinds of Vegetables.
• South Grand Street - ... Pullman, Washington
WOOD ~ENEBAIJ RAYmG COAL
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Patronage olicited.and Satisfaction Guaranteed.g
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
HAY FOR SALE Phil. G. Bick fbf|
FOR SALE -Two registered Berk
shire Boars. Price low.
c. A. Bryan.
Dr. H. P. Marshall
Physician and Snrpon
First National Bank FUiildiog.
Both Phones. Pullman, Wife