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ROD and GUN
If you liVe'to read of the experiences of
injlers, shooters and campers or yachting;
or If you are interested in country life, ask
your newsdealer for Forest and Stream,
or write for free specimen copy, or send
twenty-five cents for four weeks' trial trip.
Forest and Stream is a lirge illustrated
weekly journal, which contains the following
G«me Bad and Gun, Natural History,
Sea »nd River FisKin*. Yachting
The Sportsman Tourist, Ca.noein&
Ride and Trap, Kennel.
We send free our catalogue of the best books
on outdoor life and recreation.
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N. P. NOTICE.
The Northern Pacific announce that
effective Feb. 16th their train No. 4
will have a through chair car, stand
ard Pullman sleeper and Pullman tour
ist sleeper which will run through to
Kansas City via Billings and the Bur
lington Route, close connection being
made at St. Joseph at 9:40 a. m., ar
riving in St. Louis that evening.
There will be dining car service all
the way through, and connection in both
directions to and from Omaha and
Denver. The service will be first
class in every particular. West bound
this service will leave St. Louis at
6:01 p. m., Kanss City the next morn
ing, the first through cars will leave
Billings on train No. 3 the night of
the 13th. This will make double daily
train service in connection with the
Burlington via Billings.
AND MACHINE WORK
c. a. coston
Plow, Carriage and
(ILL KINDS OF PPIJBIY PIPIPTLYIEPIIBED
Wood - working Shop in Con-
Shop Opposite Star Stables on
Pullman Steam Laundry
Located on Grand Street, near the O. R & N.
Fir st- Class Work is Guaranteed.
Feature of the
is that it LASTS
I It Joes good work when it is new, ami I
I continues to do good work when it is old. I
Remington Typtwritcr Company
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Dr. H. P. Marshall
Physician and Snrpn
Pint National Hank Building,
Both Phones. Pullman, Wash
Dr. F. J. Kayler
PORCELAIN CROWN AND
BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY
Office over Pullman State Bank.
Hours: S a. 111. to 12 m; and I to 5 p. tn.
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WsfigK*/ To NEBRASKA
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PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To Si. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Yargo,
Heltna and But It.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia. Washington, New
York, Boston and all points Fast
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. 111. dep.
No. 10, north bound, due 10:50 a. vi.
No. 12, Nor. Bound I'ass., ar. 2 :40 a.m.
No. io, S. Bound Pass, ar. 3:55 a. m.
No. 15 departs 1:30 p. m.
No. 16 arrives 9:30 a. m
For further information, time card maps
and tickets, call on or write
C. D. WILSON, Atfent,
makes a specialty of
J. N. SCOTT, Prop.
depot, Pullman Wash.
The end walls of the burned Univer
sity building at Moscow have fallen in
and with them goes the last hope of
using any part of the wal'.s in tho
erection of the new building. The
posts still standing are badly cracked
and the mortar crumbles under the
There is some talk at Twin Falls,
Idaho, of adopting the California plan
of making oiled roads, crude petroleum
being used for the purpose.
Endicott will hold a special elec
tion today, April 21, to decide whether
the district shall be bonded to build a
new school Public sentiment
seems to be in favor of the project.
Rosalia is planning a free reading
and rest room for the use of farmers
and citizens. Writing facilities,
books, magazines, etc., will be pro
vided. A committee has the matter
The Congregational church cele
brated its 20th anniversary on Monday
evening, April 16th. More than a hun
dred members and friends of the church
sat down at the tables, which were ar
ranged in the form of a hollow square,
beautifully decorated with flowers and
ferns, and loaded with good things to
eat. At the close of the banquet,
toasts were proposed by Toastmaster
Prof. Roberts and responded to as fol
And all points Eas
"D'esprit de Corps of the Church,"
Rev. F. O. Wyatt.
"The Sunday School, the Leaven of
the Church," Mr. Koenig.
"The Ladies Golden Rule Society,
the Staff of the Church," Mrs. Ken
mouth and Helen Hungate.
"The Christian Endeavor," Messrs.
Keyes and Perciful.
"The Reaction of Missionary
Work," Mrs. Currey.
Solos were rendered by Mrs. Edgar
Reed and Miss Iva Windus, the church
orchestra played several selections,
and altogether a pleasant evening was
spent, giving fresh inspiration and
courage for the years to come.
Comedy is the essence of all stage
success, and the great demand of the
theatre-going public is to be amused.
This demand on the part of local the
atre-goers can be satisfied fully when
"My Wife's Family" comes to the
Auditorium, Saturday evening, April
This is one of the newest and most
original of the productions of the
musical farce comedy variety, and in
to it Stephens and Linton, the authors,
have injected some of the essence of
ginger and originality which is neces
sary to make this sort of piece a suc
cess. As the title suggests, "My
Wife's Family" is the story of a hus
band with a charming wife, but whose
charms are dimmed by the fact that
she has too many relations who al
ways visit her. Feeling that he could
once more be happy if he could get rid
of the horde of relatives, the young
husband enlists the aid of a friend,
Doc. Knott, and the two start on their
crusade. They are successful at last
of course, but not until there have oc
curred in rapid succession innumerable
hair breadth escapes and embarassing
mistakes. Worked into and around
all this mixup there are musical num
bers and dances, and all sorts of amus
ing and interesting variations. "My
Wife's Family" is, in short, one of
the most varied and pleasing affairs
ever conceived for amusement pur
—Local authorities have assurance
that the annual meeting of the state
Bee Keepers' Association will be held
in Pullman next January. A strong
eiTort is also being made to bring here
the state Dairymen's Association,
which meets about the same time.
The attendance at these two meetings
would be from one hundred to one
hundred and twenty.
—The Waters furniture store is hav
ing modern show windows constructed
on the Main street front. The plate
glass of the old windows is being
lowered nearly to the pavement and
the window boxe inside are being re
moved so that window displays will b«
on a level with the main floor.
"MY WIFES' FAMILY."
in charge and they expect to have the
room ready for public use by May Ist.
The disciples of Isaac Walton in
northern Whitman and southern Spo
kane counties will be delighted to
know that the national Bureau of
Fisheries will stock Bonnie and Rock
lakes with fish. In reply to an appli
cation from Rosalia, the fish commis
sioner has directed the Oregon City
station to send a messenger with east
ern brook trout for Bonnie Lake and
land locked salmon lor Rock Lake.
A careful protection for a few years
ought to result in sufficient game to
furnish much sport to anglers.
The farmers of Camas prairie are
giving much attention to the possibili
ties of beet culture. Experimental
plats have been donated for the pur
pose of ascertaining the possibility of
the .-oil and climatic conditions to the
raising of sugar beets.
—Last Saturday afternoon the an
nual class athletic contests among the
college classes resulted in a victory
for the Juniors. By their success they
won a $40 silver cup and a beautiful
banner. 0. A. Thomle was th(> great
est individual point winner and was
presented with a pair of $5 shoes by
Whitham & Wagner.
—Mayor Staley is at Colfax today
attending the democratic pow wow.
It is expected that a good sized earth
quake will jar the faithful, as a scrap
of considerable dimensions is antici
pated over the direct primary idea,
which is being supported by some of
the democrats, and as strenuously op
posed by others.
—Miss Orilla Miner gave a very
pleasant party Saturday night to a
number of the Senior class of the col
lege. Games and a chafing dish sup
per furnished the evening's entertain
ment. The guests were Misses Walsh,
Jo. McCann, Martin and Hays, and
Messrs. Ormsbee, Hardwick, Hooker,
Miller and Todd.
—An illustration of the practical
character of the work done at the col
ege is given by the class in farm man
agement. The young agriculturists
are taken by the instructor to visit
the farms adjoining Pullman, and
there they make a study of actual con
ditions and the application of modern
—Rev. Mr. Curzan of the Unitarian
church of Spokane was a visitor in
town Monday and addressed the stu
dents of the college at the chapel
hour. Mr. Curzan has had much ex
perience in the Hawaiian Islands and
he may return here to give a public
lecture on life in our island possess
■Prof. Elliott returned Sunday
from a trip to the West aide and the
Willamette valley. During his trip
he visited every important herd of
thoroughbred dairy stock and made se
lections for the improvement of the
herd at the college.
—Mrs. S. B. Nelson entertained the
retiring and the incoming cabinets of
the Y. W. C. A. at her pleasant home
last Saturday evening. liefreshments
were served and the work of the as
sociation was planned for the coming
—The First National Bank has in
stalled a new manganese steel safe,
weighing 4000 pounds. It is specially
designed to resist the playful attacks
of the professional safe cracker with
his "jimmy" and nitro glycerine.
—Captain and Mrs. Kimme! shared
the hospitality of their home last Sat
urday evening with the following din
ner party: Mr. and Mrs. Timblin,
Mr. and Mrs. McKee, Mr. and Mrs.
Steams, Mr. Loder and Miss Saxton.
Mrs. Myers has sold her residence
property on Mechanics hill to C. E.
Lenthacum, from Marysville, B. C.
The consideration was $3600. Mr.
Lenthacum will move his family here
for the achool privileges.
—Prof. Hulme and several students
from the U. of I. came over to hear
the W. S. C.-Montana debate Thurs
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