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Published at Pullman,, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and 5 entered at
Say the Pullman postoffice as second-class
ALLEN BROS. - - . Publishers
V•. •.Afii.PORD AU.BN, Editor.
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
i $1.00 per year, strictly in advance, j
Six months, 75 cents.
' One year, not paid in advance, - $ 2.0 c
All advertisements will be continued and
charged for until ordered out.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1906
< OPERETTA AT CONGREGATION
•J AL CHURCH.
• ; An amusing Operetta will be given |
in the Congregational church beginning i
at 8:15 next Tuesday evening. The
proceeds will bo applied on hymn
books, choir journals and orchestra
music used in the church during the
past winter. The cast of characters
is as follows:
Mollie Tye - Elizabeth Thayei
Pollie Sea - - Mrs. D. J. King
Nora Marks - Mrs. Lutie Reed
Ella Fant - - Mrs. Ida Layson
Ima Blossom - Blanche Thayer
Susan Van Dusan - Beulah Jones
Uncle Dick Rich - Isaac Buckley
Dick Tate - "- ■ Ward Squires
foe Kerr - - Harry Pettijohn
»hil Buster - - Harry Phillips
)rson Arness - - Chaa. Phillips
ten Dunn' - - Edwin Keyes
•res. Miles Stone - Mr. Miller
tridget O 1 Hooligan - Iva Windus
, An admission of 15 cents [will be
—Invitations have been received in
fis city to the wedding of Prof.
;Vkley C. Roberts, principal of the
ullman public school, and Miss Julia
ittam,' at the home of the bride's
irents, Mil anjfl Mrs. Hiram Hurst
ttam, at Adams, Nebraska, on Sat
•day, June 16th, at 8:30 o'clock. An
closure announces that Mr. and Mrs.
)berts will be at home in Pullman
ter September Ist.
—The new flag pole, brought from ,
to replace the old one,
■ successfully raised Wednesday. !
ia a handsome stick, the splice be- i
r made with yokes as in masts, and
» gilded ball is 143 feet and 8 in
;s from the ground. The ceremony j
|flag raising was carried out Thurs- '
r, the veterans who were in camp '■
the park participating in a body, |
I adding great interest to the occas- ■
Bridget O'Hoolihan sings Tuesday
j — '
REO TOURING CAR
, 16 HORSE POWER. 1600 POUNDS. FIVE PASSENGERS
1 :■; SIDE DOORS. 35 Mri^ES AN HOUR. $1350.
BUILT FOR WHAT HAPPENS
You don't have to make any excuse for the Reo that the
road or the weather was worse than expected. That's
L hc a eowasbuiu for- That>S w *« - WF2
and'whls^ * leal " Uiat g°eS UP against real difficulties
V v CTV AI- ? TI]E:S - NOT DREAMS
In the Passadena Altadena 3 mile hill climbing contest
this Reo, just out of stock, beat every popular « Tcrv? and
: under car in the west, besides four $2500 cars 5
Reo cars won five prizes out of a possible ' sewn in »h
--; saKr Club's Eco"omy com * «:« ■«
On Paddock h»ll, Cincinnati the Reo won three cups in
double its rating twenty cars, including eight ■cars of near y
double Us rating and price. ueariy
On lit. Washington in the "Climb to the Clouds " Reo
cut down its class record 23 minutes. And In thefem«?«
■ Glidden tour two Reo cars each carried four passeneers^
j miles at a total cost of $3.10 per passenger paSSenßers ">so
; One demonstration in this car will show you the absurdity
of paying twice the money for no better service. *? -y
DR. ELIOT'S PROPHECY
He rorM*c« « Ml«hty American He
public m Handled 1>«r» Hence,
President Eliot of Harvard pictured
j a mighty, American rtpubllo a hundred
, years hence in his address before th«
Prospect union at Cambridge, Mass.,
the other afternoon on "Reverence Con
sistent With Genuine Democracy," says
a special dispatch from Cambridge to
the New York Tunes. He spoke in part
m follows: ';.
"The great movement of j the world
today Is toward democracy; the great
keynote of the present century, the
century that we are Just entering upon,
will bo democracy In all things. One
hundred years from now the population
of our country, which Is now for the
most part wilderness, will be beyond
any present conception, and this great
nation will be the most democratic
that the world has ever known.
"The progress of democracy will be
the great feature of the advance of civ
ilization in the present century. If this
Is to be sound, the character of our
people must be as sound as their pro
ficiency In the arts, In commerce. In
"Though critics nay that democracy
has destroyed some of the finer charac
teristics of the older countries, such as
reverence of children toward parents, pu
pils toward teachers, the people toward
their rulers, there is In all these rela
tions a more genuine relation than for
merly. No nation in the world has such
reverence for women as have the men
of the great republic. Our reverence
for symbols has diminished, but not for
the ideals which these material signs
of religion and love of country stand
It Is Intimated from England that
there 1» to be a great revolution in
men's dress and that in the near fu
ture wo shall see male bipeds strut
ting about In silks and satins and in
all the colors of the rainbow. King
Edward has set the pace by wearing a
Bcarlet colored tam-o'-shanter in pub
lic, and the tailors of the United King
dom are praying that he will Boon ap
pear on the streets in robes of an
equally vivid color, so as to encourage
the donkeys who are longing to imi
tate him. Perhaps it Is as good a use
as the latter could make of their mon
ey to spend it on circus clothes.
Profits (Yon a r*«is Tree.
A pecan tree Is growing on the prom
ises of W. A. Llndsey of Monticello
that bids fair to break all records be
fore It reaches Its limit, says the Monti
cello News. This tree Is about twenty
years old and Is hedged about rather
closely with various trees, which one
might expect would lessen Its produc
tiveness. Mr. Llndsey has sold 598
pounds of pecans from this tree alone
this season and has forty pounds of its
nuts still on hand. They brought IS
cents per pound, making for this year
1T&56. The yield last year was about
500 pounds and the year before nearly
"Count wine, who is now steering
the new ministry, Is favorable to the
coining of foreign capital and enter
prise to Russia, and with his favorable
Impression of our country and his tre
mendous influence In shaping Russia's
policies it is certain that when the great
work of prepuring for the douma is fin
ished by him development of the re
sources now lying fallow will be one
of the first problems to which hla keen
Intelligence will be devotart
ANOTHER NORTHERN TRAIN.
Beginning tomorrow morning, the
Northern Pacific will add another pas
senger train to its service to Spokane,
the new train to leave Pullman at 7:35
in the morning and will reach Spo
kane at 11:30. Returning, it will
leave Spokane at five- o'clock in the
afternoon, and will reach Pullman
The addition of thia train makes the
service on the Northern exceptionally
complete and accommodating, giving
three passenger trains daily each way.
The adding of this new train gives
Pullman a daily service of fourteen
passenger trains, six being on the
main line of the Northern, four on
the Genesee branch, and four on the
0. R. & N. The hours at which the
trains run is also most advantageous,
it being possible to leave for Spokane
at either 2:40 a. m. ; 7:30 a. m. ; 12:35
p. m., or 3p. m.
A change has also been made in the
leaving time of the day passenger
train on the N. P., the Spokane train
to depart, commencing with tomorrow,
EXCURSION RATES TO BEACH
POINTS VIA N. P.
June 15th to Aug. 25th. Ten days
stop over in either direction at Port
land, Seattle or Tacoma. Call for
list of resorts in Washington and Ore
gon. *C. D. Wilson, Agt.
Dr. A. E. Shaw,
All work uaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.
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
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
ALLEN and CLARK
South Side Main Street - - - - Pullman, Wash
1 Are You In The Swim? I
S Then you Drink Chase & San- gj
1$ bom's Teas and Coffee. Ask for ||
|| Seal Brand Coffee §1
m Orange Pekoa Tea 8
• Is Your Bread Dough? •
! ; Then you don't use Celebrated jg
|| Olympic Flour |
j| Ask "Put" and "Bill" at I
1 R. B. BRAGG & CO. I
I The People's Store gj
IS Phone 362 I. O. O. F. Bide- H
Do you wish to know what would
be best for you, and where would be
the best place to live for success, and
what is the most adapted for you to
do in life; or have you missing friends
or mysterious separations; or do you
need advice in family troubles or any
other affairs in life? If you do, call on
MRS. CRAIG. CRAWFORD.
You can learn more from her for
the price than from any living person
who travels in that line. Can be con
sulted day and evening for a short
time at Artesian Hotel, Room 4.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to the credi
tors of J. D. Layman, deceased, and
to all peresons holding claims against
his estate, to present the same, accom
panied v/ith the proper vouchers to the
undersigned executrix of the last will
and tesatment of said deceased, at the
office of W. H. Harvey in Pullman,
Washington, that being the office of
the executrix for the transaction of
the business of said estate, within one
year rfom the date of the first publi
cation of this notcie or be forever
First publication, June 2, 1906.
Ann C. Layman,
Executrix of last will of J. D.
Layman, deceased. t5.
Do not be deceived by statements
that any vehicle for sale in Washing
ton equals the 6TUDEBAKER. A. B.
Baker & Co.
If you are going to have a sale
you can't afford to experiment.
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.
V* Ji^MlliA^ 6<> YEARS'
BF^ Trade Marks
*>*¥** Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description ma;
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent!.
Patents taken through Munn Ik Co. receive
tpecial notice, without charge. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest clr
culatlon of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a
year; four months, tU Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co. 3618'oad*a ' New York
Branch Office. 626 F Bt.. Washington, D. C.
■mm sajpr. The Best <on Earth
Call at our store and look over the large stock of '
Gold Mould Records, Horns and
Pianos of the Best, Lester, j Foster & Co., Weber. We are
pleased to show you our goods. r 1
Gr A jvk IVEpiy <&: baum '
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BLACKS MIT HINg;
AND MACHINE WORK '.
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| C.A. COSTON !
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makes a specialty of »
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Plow, Carriage and
Wagon Work !
| RLL KIPS OF mfICHIHERY PBOjIIPTLY END :
Wood - working Shop in Con
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|: Shop Opposite Star Stabls on }j
: Grand Street |
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Pullman Steam Laundry
J. N. SCOTT, Prop. -
Located on Grand Street, near the O. R. & N.
depot, Pullman Wash.
First - Class Work is Guaranteed.
and union Pacific
The undersigned will quote rates
and receive deposits for prepaid
tickets to be delivered at any point
in the East. Write for particulars.
0. R. & N. Time Card.
No. 83 will leave Pullman for
Colfax, Pomeroy, Dayton, Pendle
ton and the east at 8:40 a. m., daily,
No. 81 will leave Pullman for Col
fax, Spokane, Portland and the
east at 3:00 p. m., daily.
No. 84 for Moscow at 12:15 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
No. 82 leaves for Moscow at 8:24
p. m. daily.
J. : H. SWART,
Agent, Pullman, Wash.
; Physician and Surpn y-!
; First National Bank Building.
Both Phones. " . Pullman, Wash ;
/oSSSjv The SHORTEST, |
\CsMr\ QUICKEST Route
v&fraFy To Nebraska;
And all points Eas
Runs— ; ' . ty.Si '.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS. r>v
I TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS TO ■ i
Chicago, Philadelphia. Washington, New
York, Boston ana all points Past
and South. ■ ,
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. m. dep.
13:05 p.m. .», ■.
No. 10. north bound, due 10:50 a, m.
No. 12, Nor.Bound Pass., ar. 2:40 a.m. •
No. 10, 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. WII<SON, Agent,
; ARCHITECT and
Office over Pint National Bank ;
If you are going / 0 build '(*?('**: