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THE POLLUI HERfILD.
Published At PolhMV, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
< the Pullman postoffice as second ol.is«
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Wiworp AtLKN, Editor.
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SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1806
< Editor the Herald,
| DearJSir: Will you permit me] a
■; few words of explanation in regard to
the public school election which is to
3 take place May 26th.
There are two'purposes in this elec-
I tion. One is to give the Board of
I Directors authority to purchase two
I plots of ground, one situated on j
- Paradise Hill and the other on Me- j
1 :hanics Hill. Upon these sites it is I
j loped to build school houses later on.
\ The total cost of the land is $1200.
' The locations have been chosen with
[I •eference to reaching the largest num
' wr^of school children advantageously.
I !t is very necessary that sites be se
§ ected soon, as suitable locations are j
1 lecoming very scarce, and the price of I
■ ots is advancing continually. That
I (lore room is needed is very apparent.
' 'he present building is seriously over
'■ rowded, yet the number of pupils j
; ext year will undoubtedly be greater
J ton at present. The two rooms now J
■■■■" sed away from the school building are •
ot suitable'for school work, and one I
' f them is hardly, safe. On account of I
V\i».lpaal. limitation r»f-hnnH<wi _inrleht- \
< i Iness it will not be possible to build
• : . :hool houses this summer but the
flange in the tax valuation of the
;ioperty of the district which will
»I ■come effective next fall will permit
||l!i to build at that time. It is the |
. il'pe of the Board that the necessary
ildings may be erected next fall, to I
; I ready for occupancy by January.
IMs will relieve the over pressure on
J-a present building, and make un
.'cessary the two outside rooms. The
j i estion which the voters are asked to
|; be upon at the present election is
', s purchase of sites.
-'i The second main purpose of the
ction ato vote to give the Board
. hority to save the district about
| 0 per year. The saving is to be
V cted as follows: The district had
J, onded indebtedness of $25000, bear
j- ■. 7 per cent interest. This debt
J' a due in 1911, but may be redeemed
f f. 1, 1906. It is possible at the
| ?ent time to sell bonds at a con
| rabbly lower rate of interest than
li ir cent—at from 4to 5 per cent,
question to be voted upon is to;
I I the Board authority to issue new
I Is with which to redeem the old
II i, and thereby save the difference
i the interest to the district. It
i j not, of course, increase our in
ledness, but simply saves the dis-
I ta few hundred dollars each year.
| ■ ! W. G. Beach,
Clerk of Board.
L oto Duthie for lumber, lath and
1 pputy U. S. Marshal G. M. Baker,
. Ipokane, was a visitor at the home
j, hr. Timblin Sunday.
H |iursday night the orchestra plays
| j' M Art Exhibition at the Christian
|i eh. Don't fail to see the pictures
p hear the music Thursday evening.
,_ ; the Congregational church to
,, |ow the pastor will speak in the
Ming on "Making Souls." The
'■lag theme will be "Unbelief Un-
;-Ithe Burgan-Emerson window ia
I ; ' Futiful gold medal which is to be
fl; • ? Oed to the winner of the type
v'f'iil^fe] pS contest to be held at the college
Hilpjy*ls- The teat will be made on
'.'.'; ' ( ed work, the prize being awarded
" jktness, accuracy and speed.
For the best ice crcarn»^^^Hl
cry. etc., go to the Paris, v^^^j
Mrs. G. W. Ewing has returned
from a trip to the Sound, where she
visited her sister, Mrs.Chas. Phillips.
Mr\ F. D. Richardson and daugther,
I.ula.of Grangeville, came up to Pull
man on a visit Tuesday, returning
R. E. Gay has been elected editor
of the college paper, the Evergreen,
for the next year, and Walter Robin
son business manager.
Word has been received from Rosalia
of the death of Mrs. Melford Smith,
formerly of this city, who has long
been a sufferer from diabetes. Her
husband and family of several children
and a wide circle of friends mourn her
W. M. Duncan and Wilford Allen
returned last night from Seattle, where
they had been in attendance at the
grand lodge, Knights of Pythias.
Evening Star lodge was honored by the
election of Prof. R. W. Thatcher as
grand inner guard, he having served
the past year as outside guard.
The Womens Relief Corps is making
up a box of clothing to send to San
Francisco. Any one wishing to con -
tribute to this box can leave the
clothing at Farnsworth's creamery or
with the president, Mrs. F. M.
Spaulding. Any kind of clothing
will be acceptable, especially for
Misses Jo McCann and Blossom
Rader had charge of a delightful
luncheon given Friday in the Domestic
Economy rooms at the college. The
decorations were apple blossoms,
with place cards done in water colors.
The guests were Mesdames Steams,
Harvey, McCann, Jenne, Windus,
Kenmonth, Waters, Turner, Mead, and
Gentry, and Misses Davidson and Mc-
Do not fail to visit the Art Exhi
bition on the opening night, Tuesday,
May 22. Admission, 10 cents.
The sale of tickets for the Art Ex
hibition at the Christian church is
progressing vigorously. The children
are working hard to earn the prizes
offered for their respective rooms.
Help yourself and the children by buy
ing generously of them.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of Alexand
er McKenzie, deceased.
Order to show cause why decree of
distribution should not be made.
On reading and filing the petition of
Marietta Brown, formerly McKenzie, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Alexander
McKenzie, deceased, setting forth that
sin- hai filed her final Recount of her ad
ministration of the said deceased in this
court, and that the same is now in a con
dition to be closed, and the residue there
of distributed to the heirs and legatees
entitled thereto : That all the debts and
expenses of administration have been
duly paid, and that a portion of said es
tate remains to be divided among the
persons entitled thereto, and praying
among other things for an order of 1 dis
tribution of the residue of said estate
among the persons entitled.
It is ordered that all persons interested
in the estate of Alexander McKenzie, de
ceased, be and appear before the .Superior
Court of Whitman County, State of
Washington, at the court room of said
Court, at Colfax, in said County and
State aforesaid, and Monday, the 18th
day of June, 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m ,
then and there to show cause why an or
der of distribution should not be mide of
the residue of said estate among the heirs
and legatees of said deceased, according
It is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published for four successive
weeks before the said IStii day of June,
1906, in the Pullman Herald, B news
paper printed and published in Whitman
County, .State of Washington.
Dated May 15, liidii.
S. J. Cbadwick,
State of Washington, |
County ok Whitman, ( ss'
I, W. O. McCaw, County Clerk and
Clerk of the Superior Court' of Whitman
County, State of Washington, do hereby
certify that the foregoing is a full, true
ami correct copy of an order made and
entered of record upon the minutes of the
said Superior Court.
Witness my hand and official seal af
fixed, this 15th day of May, 1906.
W. O. McCaw,
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF
In the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the matter of the estate of Alexander
Notice is hereby given that Marietta
Brown, formerly McKenzie, administra
trix of the estate of Alexander McKenzie,
deceased, has rendered and presented for
settlement and filed in said Court her
administration of said estate, and that
Monday, the 18th day of June, 190t>, at
the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., of said day
»t the court room of said court, in the
City of C olfax, Whitman County, State
of Washington, has been duly appointed
by the said Court for the settlement of
said account, at which time and place
any person interested in said estate may
appear and file his exceptions in writing
to said account and contest the same
Dated May 15, 1908,
W.o. HcCaw, Clerk.
Thomas Neii.i., Attorney for Estate.
G. S. Rumbaugh, plaintiff, vs. D.
T. Dickey, J. B. Kandell and Winnie
B. Kandell his wife, Neville Bag Com
pany a corporation, G. W. Patterson,
John Patterson, Frank Patterson, Em
ma Brashiors, Elizabeth Richards, and
The First State Bank of Colton, de
State of Washington, County of
The state of Washington to the said
D. T. Dickey, J. B. Kandell, Winnie
B. Kandell, Neville Bag Company, G.
W. Patterson, John Patterson, Frank
Patterson, Emma Brashiers and Eliza
beth Richards, defendants.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in the Superior court
of the state of Washington, in and for
Whitman county, within sixty days
after the date of the first publication
of this summons, to wit: within sixty
days after the 31st day of March, 1906,
and defend the above entitled action
in the above entitled court, and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff in said
action, and serve a copy of your said
answer on Thomas Neill, the under
signed, attorney for plaintiff, at his
office in Pullman, in the county of
Whitman, state of Washington, and if
you fail to appear and defend said ac
tion and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, aforesaid, within the time
aforesaid, judgment will be rendered
against you, according to the demand
of the said complaint, which has been
filed with the clerk of said court. The
object of the above entitled action to
foreclose a mortgage of $1500.00 and
interest on a tract of land described
as follows: Commencing at a point
235 feet north of the north east corner
of lot 12, in block 1, of the town of
Colton, Whitman county, Washington,
running thence north 300 feet, thence
west 300 feet, thence south 300 feet,
thence east 300 feet to place of be-
ginning, given by D. T. Dickey and
his then wife, Sarah C. Dickey, now
deceased, to the plaintiff. Recorded
in the auditor's office of said county in
book 103 of record of mortgages, at
page 368, and to have said real estate
sold and the proceeds applied on the
amount found due ot principal and in
terest and $100 attorney's fees, and
costs of this action.
Dated March 31, 1906.
Thomas Neill, plaintiff's attorney.
Postoffice address, Pullman, Whit
man county, Washington.
First publication, Mar. 31.
FORGET YOUR TROUBLES
and follow the crowd to Juliaetta on
Wednesday, May 16th. Special ex
cursion train will leave Northern Pa
cific depot at 7 :30 a. m.; returning,
leave Juliaetta about 6 p. m.
A rate of $1.20 for adults and 60
cents for children has been made
for this excursion, which is given for
the purpose of giving the High School
children and the general public an op-
portunity of enjoying a real picnic.
Everybody come and bring your
friends. C. D. Wilson, Agent.
The public is cordially invited to
ittend all the afternoon and evening
sessions of the Art Exhibit. Admission
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
ALLEN and CLARK
South Side Main Street - - - - Pullman, Wash.
I SOME ARE HATS I
& To make room for our new stock Jj
M of Summer Hats we will sell all Felt W
Yfc Hats at greatly reduced prices. . j*S
500 Stetson Hats $4.00 S|l
0 350 Neustadler Hats $3.00 q
300 Standard Hats $2.50 fjjfl
fcp 350 Standard Hats $200 |s
& 300 Standard Hats $1.50 gi
|f 150 U. S. Army Hats $1.00 m
I R. B. BRAGG & CO. I
» The People's Store g)
& Phone 362 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Wj
tension bell from our telephone.
POTLATCH LBR. CO.
By D. L. Kemper, Agt.
Do not be deceived by statements
that any vehicle for sale in Washing
ton equals the STUDEBAKER. A. B.
Baker & Co.
If you are going to have a sale
you can't afford to experiment. I
Owing to extensive business in the
Auctioneering line and being in
communication with stock buyers,
I am better prepared to conduct
sales-more satisfactorily than in the
past. My terms are the same to
everyone in Washington or Idaho.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every
case. Terms as low as the lowest.
Before making your sale call on or
address, J. B. HICKS,
The Old Reliable Auctioneer
All property sold at public auction on
the streets of Pullman by me in future
will have per centage charged whether
bid in or not.
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work uaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.
Are made by us on first
v.. i- - s. i - mortgages at -;.;■• *
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
In Our Window
Note the strikingly handsome styles of "Queen Quality" Summer CW *
displayed in our window this week. Note also the moderate nriceei «o£.j , '■'<'■'■
these fashionable and pretty shoes, pricees asked for
It is not because of price alone that we ask you to! try one pair of "f> r (
Quality". Other shoes there are in plenty at the same price— but non*""'
favored by exacting, well dressed women; none other so popular or so * 1 i° H'-l
worn ; none other sogenuinely satisfying alike to the eye, the foot and theft,?™ y- ''-'--■
Rut don't stop at the window. Come in, and try on a nair wit •?'■ ''?&
slightest obligation to buy. v ' ol th« ;■■-}
200 Pairs Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes at 1-3 off.
- ..:■ ■. ■ . v ■', ■ .. ■
With each Boy's or Girls' Shoes or Ox- # |
fords, sold at 75c or more, your choice of
Rase Ball, Rubber Ball, Doll or Kite,
Top or Skipping Rope. Also Free with
each Boy's Suit of Clothes at $3 or more
your choice of Baseball Glove and Ball
or Ball Bat and Ball or a Keen Kutter
Knife. Forty Styles of Suits to select
from. Any shoes bought of us that rip
we mend free of charge ..... |
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RLACKMAN BROS. &CO.
I J. P. DUTHIE \
I Dealer in all kinds of Produce
I Flour, Feed, Hay, Lumber, Posts, Coal, \
I Wood. Cash paid for Eggs, Poultry, \
i Fruit and all kinds of Vegetables. V
I South Grand Street - - - - Pullman, Washington I
jfßjjkj^r'.^jj SOPI from the high grade Ball
1^ and all at prices sure to
meet with your approval.
We have them at all prices in the latest patterns
in Navajos, Plaids, Basket Weaves, etc.
The season is at hand when, unless you guard
against him, the wily Fly will slip into the house
Protect yourself by buying some of our Wabash
I Screen Doors. Tlie kind that do not split and warp
out of shape.