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—Marion SpawT has gone to British
Columbia looking for investment in
—President Anderson and V. T.
Barnard of the board of regents, and
Mrs. Kimmel. visited the cadet en
campment at Clarkston last week.
-0. L. LaFollette, who has been
visiting his brother, W. L. LaFollette,
left Monday for his home in Chicago,
he being a traveling passenger agent
with headquarters in that city.
--Colfax is trying to find a more ad
equate water supply, the system in use
at present not being sufficient to supply
the demand during the summer inonthh.
A well is to be dug near the spring
at Elborton which furnishes the supply
—With the creation of the instruct
orship in dairying the dairy school of
the college assumes new importance.
The herd will be increased and with
this end in view Prof. Elliott is now
in Portland buying some thoroughbred
—The valuable contents of the vault
in the U. of I. building were uninjured
by the recent fire. The insurance on
the building and equipment is $10(5,500.
The citizens of Moscow and of the
state generally are coming to the help
of the disabled university and the
prospects are good for the continued
usefulness of the institution.
—Miss White and Miss Overbaugh
of the domestic economy department
of the college gave a spring luncheon
Friday. Pussy willows and daffodils
were the table decorations. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Timblin, Mr. and
Mrs. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Whit
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Hungate, Mrs. M.
C. True, Mr. Linklater and Miss Mc-
—The registrar of the college has
just completed an interesting report of
the enrollment. The total ia 1079,
which includes 99 in the summer
school and 137 in the winter school for
farmers. The highest previous record
is 793, which figure was reached last
year. The increase since 1893-4, when
President Bryan assumed control, is
enormous, the registration that year
being but 110.
—It has long been known that Ritz
ville wheat is superior in milling
properties to Palouse wheat, and it
has been popularly supposed that the
difference is due to the soil. The ex
periment station chemist, Prof. That
cher, if carrying out a series of ex
periments to determine whether it is
due to soil or to climatic conditions.
A large box of Ritzville soil will be
brought here and both Ritzville and
Palouse wheat will be sown side by
side. Similar tests will be made at
Ritzville. In the fall the wheat will
be analyzed and thus it can be deter
mined whether the soil or climate or
both make the Adams county wheat
superior for milling purposes.
The Latest Novelties
OF THE SEASON
Have All Arrived Now
Udies White Hand Bags, 35c to $ 100
Ladies Belts in Gold and Silver, 75c to $1.25
Gold Ornamented Back Combs, sets or single, 35cto $125
Ladies White Wash Belts, 35c to 6Oc
Our new line of these goods is now in
35 cents to 50 cents per yard
Ladies' and Men's Oxfords
Everything you wish, we have them
Whitham & Wagner
■—Glen Grice was over from Moscow
—L. T. Bragg was here from Col
fax during the week.
—Mrs. /Comstock came over from
Moscow Thursday to visit friends.
Strong, healthy strawberry plants
for sale. Price, 50cts per hundred.
R. S. Tucker.
An athletic meet of the high
schools of Whitman county will be
held at Tekoa, April 28th. The citi
zens of that town have guaranteed $75
for prizes and expenses.
Student wanted to act as agent for
the Christy Hoe Safety Razor, the ra
zor that will shave. Liberal terms.
Address Pacific Agency, Box 549, Port
—The Colfax High School debating
team won the unanimous decision over
Spokane in the debate recently held at
Colfax. Colfax will now meet the
Whitman Preps, to decide the inter
scholastic championship. Profs. Beach
and Stangeland of the W. S. C. and
W. J. Parks of Spokane were the
On May 2, 3, 4, and 5 the O. R.
and N. will sell tickets to Los Angeles,
California, and return, for $52, going
limit May 10th; return limit, July 31.
Good for stopover within limits south
of and including Portland.
J. H. Swart, Agent.
There will be electric lights for
everyone in town after the first of
July, furnished by the Moscow Elec
tric Light and Power Co. There will
also be a sale of Electric Chandeliers
at Clark Bros. Drug Store, beginning
Monday April 9, 190(5. Come in and
look at them. Buy a chandelier now
and have it ready. The lights will be
here this summer. Work has already
been commenced on the new system.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to the cred
itors of the estate of Mary Maynard
deceased, late of Colton, Washington,
and to all persons having claims
against her estate to present the same
to the undersigned administrator of
said estate at the law office of Thomas
Neill, Flat Iron builidng, Pullman,
Washington, which is the office of the
administrator for the transaction of
business pertaining to said estate, said
claims to be presented accompained
with proper vouchers within one year
from the date of the first publication of
this notice, to wit: within one year
from the 7th day of April, 1906, or be
Dated this 6th day of April, 1906.
Thad. T. Maynard,
Administrator of estate of Mary
Maynard, deceased. 28t5.
Dr. .1. K. Shan:
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0. R. & N. Time Cari 1
No. 83 will leave PuH^j
Colfax, Pomeroy, Dayton, f
ton and the east at 8:40 a. °1'
except Sunday.- . . I
No. 81 will leave Pulliwn;
fax, Spokane, Portland **
east at 3:00 p. in., daily-
No. 84 for Moscow at 12^
daily, except Sunday.
No. 82 leaves for Moscow
p. m. daily. / r ln ' !'l
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