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Oscar V. Bear, Married but
Four Days, Killed in
Pullman people « ill b
learn of the sad fat(
Barnes, manager of ti,. Pulls inn i
phono exchange for a year or m
Last Saturday M
the bride of Oscar V.
on the 0. R. and N. i .
ried at Co! fax and came I
visit friends, returning to
Wednesday evening Be
stantly killed in a WP
road along Snake rivet, !,
City. A mass of nick had
the tratk, breaking the outeid I
a curve and the engine and
cars were thrown from the 1:
Bear was caught between th ■
anr] tender and instantly killed.
The young widow, who had hut
four days of married life, is hi
broken. She baa many friends in
near Pullman and Colfax
to her their lira? i hy.
Pullman State Bank Now
Under New Management.
R. C, McCroskey
Last Saturday evening tl
rrs of the Pullman !
and elected officers and direct'
old board of dirjec*ora resig
new stock holders accepted theii i
nations and elected a new board (
posed of R. C. iid'rn: ;.
Davis. G. H. Walt. C. A. Wr
Maguire, .T. S.JKlemgard and M.
These direcprs then j
as follows: |. C. McCroskey, i
dent; J. S. Klemgard, \i.
D. F. Staley, cashier; C. !■ Kir
Basiltant cashier. Air. 1
the MisHfs Slat, r will b d an
office assaistants, ;it !.■:..-t until iho
new officers get: fully acquaint
the operation of the bank. lr i
desire and intention of t!
agement to make no immediate chi
es in the office force, but
things moving along Bmoothl.v as I
have been and to cr.
among employees or pat the:
bank. It is tioped lo atri
bank and to bring to Pullmi
money which has be< n goi
towrs. For that reason I;
was scattered in small lots i
wide a territo^
will, undoubtedly, i:
effect of bringing in new people to
Pullman to trade am! do thuir ban!.
Last Game of the Season
The last basketball game of tin
season will be played at the gym
ium of the Washington State
Saturday night, February 27th.
tween W.S.C. and Oregon Agricultul
ral College. These tea ; at
Corvallois, Oregon, last Saturday
night and W. S. C. was defeated by a
score of 30 to lf>. A band concert will
preceed the hall name. The new in
teracholaatic rules will m>\
game, this being the first time
will have been used here.
Sunday at the Christian Church
The scientific Bible itudj lecture
will be on "Cain and Abel." Thii
class mee fs in the basement of the
church at the regular Sunday ichool
hour and extends to all intereafa
Morning sermon : If Jesus Lived ,:i
Pullman What Would Bi
Evening sermon; If Paul Lived in
Pullman What Would He Do?
—Mrs. J. M. McAliater will entir
tain her home, Tuesday, Uaeh 2nd. A
silver offering w<ll bi> taken tvt
benefit of the lii'afJinK a' I
Kwjms. Public are cordially ins'
Come and help a good rause. Ktfi.
mets will lv* aerred i'rom three until
fp« itailtttEit fljeMft
STUOENTS RALLY TO
SUPPORT 115. C.
Prompt and Decisive Action
Taken by Student Body
A Sad Death
Senatar Crow in Pullman
L. C. Crow, ex-state senator from
this county, now president of the
Farm Educational and Cooperative
Union in Washington, .spent several j
days in I'ulhnan Iho first of the week
in the interest of the Union. Mr.
Crow is organizer for Idaho and has j
been doint; some good work there, lie
expects to organize a county union for
Idaho county next week. It requires
five locals to pet a county organization
i and there are now six locals in that
Prof. Barry Lecture*
Wednesday night Professor Charley
A. Barry, head of the department of
modern languages, gave an interest
! ing Btereoptlcon lecture in College
. hall, on Germany anil' German archi
tecture. The lecture was for first
year German students, of whom more
than 100 were present. Professor
i Barry spoke only in German and his
assistant showed by etereoDtleon
views, the prfstest architectural work
in the German empire. The lecture
was full of interest and highly enter*
tainir;£ aa well as instructive and a
great help to the youn^ students'of the
ON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
M . Increase in Values
on* College Hili Within
the Past Year.
I ir the
Arrangements have been completed
to hold an inter-denominational Sun
day School convention in Pullman. Sut
ufday' and Sunday, March 13 and 14.
Two sessions will be held each o£
thtse ('ays, one in the afternoon and
the other in the evening. A special
invitation is extended to isVer'y mem
ber of every Sunday School in Pullman
and vicinity to attend this convention
and aswi.st in making it a success.
High Price* for lior
i the Hunt au\
City to Be Favored with a
Visit from This Noted
•in (Hi Marc]
■ the United SI i
M. Hamilton, 01
LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST TO
B i lyview, i
All i indebted to the
(!0., are asl d to
and settle at once ;i* they hi ■
out their busine I
As ii Id out our bu
the . • Lumber C
Mr i. i ii Ferguson and ■
— Mrs. ('. W. Neaßly return
Wedne ninj? ai
\> itll :
■. I farie ]
th( opei '
rch 16. Mrs. .1. T.
of Colfax, miii .
of Mr. Hanford'.a
icale by I he S< hool of M
.en in ihi
chapi ■ iiifjrht. A
in whi< i.
iol . ■. rendered.
—Coun i .
is field ti
i 1. Joe 1 will
it;,. Pu] mtry
—Rev. Juhn Daly, rector of the
Boys' Homo Mission, Milwaukee,
Wih., will appear in Pullman on Mon
day evening, March 1. Hey. Mr.
Dalv ia a noted lecturer and will be at
the college chapel at H o'clock Monday
—•Mrs. J. J. Murray is seriously ill
in California She accompanied the
Spokane excursionists and was taken
sick while in California and her
mother, Mrs. Sanders, telegraphed her
husband to hasten to her bedside. Mr.
Murray left Tuesday.
—W. 11. Harvey and family arc en,
joying the sunshine of IAH Angtk'S-
California. Post cards have been re
ceived by friend;? of Clarence and
Harold, the two little boys, showing
the Tint growth of semi-tropical
vegetation where they are sojourning]
•^-Gardening has begun on Snake
river, where farmers and fruit grow
ers are busily engaged in aprng woric.
The weather has been mild and the
ground Ms getting dry enough to be
worked. Pruning and other orchard
work is in full bla3t. Squirrels* are
out in large numbers and everything
indicates that spring han arrived.
—The Keason for public auction
salea is again here and many sales are
planned fur the near future. J. 1).
Carson will have a big sale of dairy
cowr and other live st<ick at the Pal
ace barn in this city Saturday, and
Lev^ liarton will have a sale of horsts,
I cattle and hoga at is farm on Wilbur
| Gulch, cix mik-s southwest of town
jon Tuesday March 2r,d. C. VV. Newsly
i will have a sale of cattle horses* chic
kens wagons buggies harness and
household good.-; on Saturday March
Shall Pullman Continue to
Supply Free Text Books
to The Pupils
■ I, ■ne for
of .1. M.
i ■- .
be held in the
uld be :
nish free texi
or not. Thi
it. For i
it has bei n
- f the
■ n • Hill.
in (I. bl
■ i equip
become t on
i ■ supplies
i we] . dto
i . Satui ■
or to <B~
. i ar.
Dr. Nelson Head of W. S. C.
Makes New Move
An important move has been made
by Dr. S. B. Nelson, head of the de
patin of veterinary science at Wash
ington State College, who has complet
ed arrangements for opening a branch
veterinary Hospital in Spokane, A
site as been bought and arrangements
made for a fine building, especially
equipped for the work. The Spokes
man-Review contains the following
account of tha transaction: ,
Announcement was made Wednes
day that Dr. S. B. Nelson, head of the
veterinary department at the
Washington State College, Pullman,
Wa*h., Bad acquired a site in tig city
for tha erection of a building whtre a
first-class-veterinary hospital will be
conducted by the college.
Councilman I'eter Nelson, Fifth
waircf, who was familiar with the deal
and the plana, said :
"The pricr; paid for the land can be
placed at $5000, a close enough figure
to the exact price. The property is
the west 92 1-2 feet of lota 10, 11 and
12, b10ck.47, Central addition, at the
southwest corner of Indiana avenue
and Caliapel street.
"Dr. Nelson bought the land as a
personal investment and he and an a
s.-nociate at the college will erect a two
story and ba-ernent brick building
covering the entire site. There will
bo hospital service for from 15 to 20
head of horses. The building is to be
equipped with the latest appliances
for veterinary hosptal and the floorts
will bo of concrete, draining into a
"As I understand the plan from 10
to 20 of the senior students at the col
lege will lie at the hospital, and dorm
itory will be erected in tho building
fur their ecconiouation. The students
are to have the advantages of practic
ing their profession in city. The col
lege people believe the plan will result
in grwut good to the students of the
William ilarri:* wishes to. announce
that he is now tistbSished at ft than
$ Wagner's with a complete shoe re
pairing outfit, and would be pleased
to have all his old friends and custo
mers call on him. All work guaran
Schedule for First Train on
Northern Pacific in Cen
Tin' lirst T.ruit Growers Demonstra
tion Train to be operated over the
line* of tin- Northern I'acific railway
through the Yakirna valley will run
on March 10 to 12. The train which
will be furnished by the railroad will
lie equipped ami accompanied by pro-
OM from the State College. The
train will consist of a flat car equip
ped with a power .sprayer and trees
upon which >X monarationa of the best
methodt of spraying will be made as
well as pruning demonnrtrsttaM; a
baggage car fitted with exhibits of
pruning Implements, fruit growers'
literature, charts an.) mounted speci
mens thowinag the life history of
orchard pesta, etc., etc., a day coach
in which lecture* may be held if the
weather is inclement; and cars for the
lecture party and railway officials.
At eachfltop lectures will be given
on orchard fertility, tillage, pruning
and spraying. These lectures will be
followed by actual demonstrations with
quipment provided for that purpose.
i.i>' train will be equipped with a
farm home electric light plant which
wilt serve to demonstrate the use of
electricity on the fun and to light the
train throughout the tour.
The train will make the following
Btopa: On Wednesday, March JOth, at
Kennewick, Kiona, I'rosser, Mabton.
Granger, anil Outlook. On Thursday,
< March 11th. at Grandview, Sunnyside,
Toppenisb, Wapato, and North Yaki
ma. On Friday, March 12th, at Selah
Or LOCAL INTEREST
Mrs. J. C. Jackson and daughter
ice ar< visiting Falouse friends.
W. B. Skey, traveling passenger
i of the 0. B. & N is in town
.1. B. Holt ha.s so far recovered
from his recent operation that he is
around the streets. »
I. B. Morr's has sold his farm of \ I
!)1 acres three miles cast of town to |
T. Thonney, for $67.60 per acre.
Colin Cam|ihel 1, for many years
a citizen of Pullman, hut lately living
in Spokane, has gone to Colfax to ac
cept tbe position of stenographer in
office of H.inna & Manna.
Some mi-creant have broken near
ly all of tin: windows in the Kitchen
, house north of the O. R. & N. depot
by throwing stones through them. A
number of large windows and a fancy
glass door have been broken.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Chapman
■ party Tuesday night to the
i young people of the Episcopal church.
A large number were present and en
i .i pleasant evening, the party
; one of the most pleasant of the
Baeaon. Refreshments were served.
Ira I. Whitney has resigned his
tion v iriHtructor in dairying at
Washington State College and will
li-avi' l Jullman April 1. to engage in
dairying and stock raining near Boze
—The regular meeting of the county
1 Farmers Educational and Cooperative
on will be held in Pullman on
Wednesday, March 17th.
A meeting of the members of the
local Farmers Educational and Cooper
ative Union will be held in Pullman
irday afternoon at one o'clock for
parpoM of arranging to purchase
!or this season's grain crop.
The students gave a fine enter
tainment in college chapel Monday
forenoon, the occasion being Washing
ion's birthday. A debate on the
■; ; bill on agriculture was discus
itudantl representing various
member! of congress and several mem
■i( the college faculty.
— Frank Morris of Spokane has
r-nttil the rooms on Grand street,
louth of the Artesian hotel formerly
tied by Buri.s' photograph gal
lery and will open a clothes cleaning,
pressing and repairing shop March 1.
Mr. Morris corned highly recommended
as a workman and expects to remain
• permanently in Pullman.