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POPII^K COUPLK TO \VKI>.
Invitations are out for the mar
riage of Re* de M. Van Doren f>
P«ty .postmaster, and Miss L. Faye
M^v daughter of Postmaster and
M« K. P. Allen. The wedding will
occur at the home of the bride'
Parents in Pullm an on Wednesday
Big Public Sale i
50-Horses ol the Right Kind-50
: At the Interstate Fair Grounds
Spokane, Washington, November 17, 1909
Sale Commences at 10 o'Clock, Rain or Shine
12-Registered English Shires-12
Five of these are the grand bunch of coining two- year-old
Shire Stallions that attracted so natch attention at the Inter-
State Fair this fall. They are great big-boned fellows and will
be ready for service in the spring. Two blacks, one bay, one
brown, and one chestnut. You ought to see them whether you
buy or not. It will give you a chance to see how uniform a gen
uine good stallion will breed as to the general make-up.
A Coming Three-Year-Old "Crises 9396." The beautiful
black Shire Stallion whose dam is an imported 24-year-old
raising a colt this year ami his sire the big imported Jim Crow
weighing 2200 just in fair flesh. 'Crisis" has taken iirst in
his class two years.
Captain 12th, No. 6052 (17236.) An imported English Shire
Stallion weighing a ton and a great breeder as his colts on the
ground will show. He is a fine bay with great style and action.
Leviathan No. 25505 is a Percheron Stallion weighing over a
ton and will also have some colts" there to prove his qualities as
Pour Big Registered English Shire Mares. All bred and look
to be in foal to Emlyn King Holt the 2240 pound first prize win
ner at the Inter-State Pair. You can safely call them the Big 4.
1 will also sell a number of grade mares and colts.
If you want to get some good stock buy one of the above to
One Standard Bred Stallion a good big one weighing 1300
pounds "Wilkesoid." I have so many of his colts up to five
years olds 1 can not use him longer and some one will get the
best breeding horse in the northwest. 1 will show you his colts.
If you want a tine looking driver and one that will saddle
well to buy one of the eight head out of Kentucky saddle mares
and this great breeder. He gets the size for single drivers.
"Zaza," the Cuban Saddler, fine for a boy or girl; will go at
Poland China Hogs.—l 2to l."> good brood sows.
Eight or ten males for breeders. Hogs are like heavy horses
at this Profitable.
I hold this sale at Spokane for the better accomodation of
my customers in getting to and from the great center.
Terms of Sale.— One year's time will he given to parties giv
ing a note with approved security. Note to bear interest from
date. Parties from a distance please bring references.
Address E. E. Dent, Cheney, Warh.
R. F. D. No. 1 Cloverdale Stock Ranch
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NEW AND IMPROVED SERVICE
FIVE TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS
Northern l acific Kailway
Northern Pacific and Burlington Lines
Northern Pacific and "The North Bank Road" (S. P. & S. Ry.)
Thru Trains— Fast Schedules
72 Hours Pacific Coast to Chicago
59 Hours to St. Paul
59 Hours Spokane to Chicago
46 Hours To St. Paul
Running time of all trains reduced. Close train connections
to and from all branch line points.
Full information regarding train, fares, tings furnished
by Agent, and berth reservations arranged.
Apply to C. D. WILSON, Agent, Pullman, Wash.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent Portland, Oregon.
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CAUI) OK THANKS
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To the many friends who so kind
ly assisted and comforted us In our
recent bereavraent, we wish to ex
tend our heartfelt thanks, and es
pecially to Mrs. Flnley and Mrs. Du
thle, who spent so much time and
effort to care for Mrs. Qustafsen and
to lighten our sorrow, do we feel
FRANK GUSTAFSEN AND
&/>e Pullman Herald
The PACIFIC FARMERS UNION
AX Published every Friday at Pullman, Washington, ami entered at the Pullman
*fl postoffice a. second-class mall matter.
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$1.00 par Yaar if paid in advance; if not paid in advance SO cant* additional.
Pullman, Wash., Friday, November 12, 1909
HEROES OF THE INDIAN WARS
The National Indian War Veter
ans, an organization Conned in Den
ver, Colo., has for its object, to ah
tain pensions for all those who, while
serving the government, contributed
their share to open for peaceful set
tlement this great western country.
The men as a rule are old and fee
ble, by reason of endured hardship!
and privations, unable to perform
manual labor and on account of age
barred from obtaining suitable em
A government Which through its
liberality to its veterans of other
wars, to its educational institutions
and its farmers, ranks us the very
first in the civilized world, should
surely not hesitate to give to this
limited number of surviving Indian
War Veterans, enough to allow them
at least a living for their few re
These men spent some of the best
years of their lives in their country's
service, opening up this great west
ern empire, lighting under such not
ed leaders as Custer, Merrlt, Crook,
Miles, Forsyth, McKenzie and others,
and should in their last days receive
We request that all those eligible
to membership in this organization
to at once send their application to
the National Secretary and Treasurer,
C. R. Hauser, 1643 Market St., Den
ver, Colo., when they will receive
When as good a show as "The Cli
max" gets a poor patronage as was
given that first-class attraction In
Pullman two nights this week, the
people of Pullman will have only
themselves to blame if they get no
first-class shows next year. Some of
the best productions on the road have
visited Pullman this season and
they were rewarded (?) with houses
less than one-fourth filled, although
two of the best shows gave this town
two lights each. Pullman will be
advertised in the show world next
season as "one of the punkest jay
towns on the road," and we are not
certain but it will deserve the name
from a theatrical standpoint. There
is small satisfaction to the local man
agement or the traveling troupes
when such poor patronage is given
such good shows.
The decision of Senator R. C. Mc-
Croskey, of Garfield, to come to Pull
man and make his permanent home
here, is another victory for Pullman.
Senator McCroskey is regarded as a
man of good judgment and the fact
that he leaves as good a town as
Garfield to move to Pullman speaks
more than volumes for the future of
this city. The Herald welcomes this
enterprising man and his excellent
family to Pullman and feels confi
dent they are making a wise move.
"One by one" some of the most de
sirable citizens of eastern Washing
ton are coming to Pullman to make
their homes here because this town
isheeoniing recognized as one of the
best "home towns" in the Inland Em
Those who predicted that the re
move*] of saloons from . Pullman
would stop the hitter factional lights
which were a disgrace to the town on I
every election while saloons were i
tolerated here, have the satisfaction
of seeing that prophecy fulfilled. In
stead of a hitter war, with Import
ed voters and actual riots on elec
tion day, it is difficult now to get the
voters to register and go to the polls
to vote. Which condition Is better
for the town?
The disagreeable weather of the
present and past two weeks will be
forgotten or remembered only by its
results next fall when another boun
teous crop of grain Is harvested. It
is unpleasant now, but the results
of the heavy rains will he a pleasure
to all residents of the Palouse coun
try when harvest cornea again.
The Herald has had much advice
and many suggestions about the
stand it should take in the present
city campaign. The Herald will pull
no chestnuts from the fire for any
person nor faction and will refuse
to lend Its columns to make a fight
on any candidate or party.
A rush of advertising and Job
work this week has crowded out
much news of local Interest. This
issee of The Herald will be more in
teresting to the proprietors of The
Herald than to the readers.
When farmers sell from %'.', to $5
worth of apples from each tree and
have 65 to 75 trees on an acre, it
does not take an expert mathemati
cian to figure out a big profit in ap
ple growing near Pullman.
Miss Cora Morse, who is employed
In the county auditor's office In Spo
kane, pent Sunday in Colfax with her
mother and sisters at their home on
Jesse Burgan, of Portland, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. 8. Burgan, In Pullman. Jesse
Is engaged in the wnolesple hal busi
ness at Portland, the firm name be
ing Burgan-Sprlnger Hat Co.. and he
reports business much better than
they had dared to hope for. The
firm opened up for business last
March and now has five traveling
salesmen on the road and sells to the
largest houses In Spokane, Seattle,
Tacoma, Portland and as far south
las Los Angeles, California.
THEY GO to SWITZERLAND
C. Wurgler, of the Cloverleal
dairy; and Chlrstlan Oraben, who
has been working for the firm, left
Monday for their old home in Switz
erland. Mr. Wurgler, who is one of
I-.'' proprietors of the dairy, bought
a round trip ticket to New York, with
ft DO days' limit, and Intends to re
turn to Pullman within 90 days. Mr.
Graben did not buy a round trip
ticket and may decide to remain in
Switzerland. The fare paid by Mr.
Wurgler to New York and return is
28. They will sail from New York
next week and expect to reach their
old home in Switzerland within three
weeks after leaving Pullman, and
also have time for several snort
stops on the road.
A. .1. Whltten shipped another of
his fine blooded sheep from Pullman
Tuesday of this week.
Adam McNellly, a prominent farm
er of near Colfax, was in Pullman on
business the first of the week.
Mrs. Maxle C. Morse is spending
the week in Rosalia at the home of
her brother, It. Taylor, whose wife
is seriously 111.
There will lie Sunday school so
cial at the Congregation! church this
..day) evening, to which all are
Homer \» aTilamp is seriously ill
With typhoid fever, While his con
dition Is serious his recovery is ex
pected. He has been sick about wo
Peter Triesch, a merchant of Un
iontown, and formerly editor of the
Colfax Commoner, spent a short lime
in Pullman Wednesday, enroll!,' to
C. 11. Moore, of Spokane, was in
town Thursday. Mr. Moore was en
gaged in business in Colfax for many
years, but is now buying grain in
The sophomore and freshmen
classes will have their annual foot
ball game and relay race on Rogers
field Saturday, November 13, if the
weather will permit.
W. W. Horning, of Lamed, Ken
sas. accompanied by his family, will
arrive in Pullman in a few days to
spend several weeks in visiting. Mr.
Horning is a brother of Mrs. 1.. 11.
Mrs. ('. E. Bryant has opened a
new store in the east room of the
"White Brick" on the corner of Main
and Grand Streets. She carries a
complete line of women's and child
ren's goods, notions, etc. -. . \
Pullman Odd Fellows held their
regular meeting last Saturday night
and elected the following officers:
George <'. Allen, noble grand; W.
H. Tapp, vice grand; .1. S. Clark,
treasurer; and J. M. Klemgard, sec
retary. These officers will he In
stalled in January.
A. R. Horning, of Princeton, Cali
fornia, is here the guest of his sis
ter, Mrs. 1.. I!. Stivers. He will re
main here until their mother. Mrs.
Horning, of McPherson, Kansas, ar
rives next week, for a visit in I'ull
man. Mrs. Horning may decide to
remain here permanently.
The Big Buggy Sale J
$125.00 Top Buggy, Complete in
every detail, with a good whip
and $5.00 Plush Robe for . .
SPOT CASH OR APPOVED NOTES
They are going fast - - - Get in on this
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A. B. Baker & Company
TH IMPLEMENT STORE
Hon. It. C McCroskey. ex-state sen
ator .nil present member Of the board
of regents of Washington State Col
leg*', was In town Wednesday and
paid The tai.] office a friendly call.
Horace Bpautdißf. of Almota, was
in Pullman Wednesday, being a guest
at tin- Baker-Hooker wedding.
Geo. Lawrence, formerly business
manger nt the Evergreen, was in
Pullman several days the last week
and first of this. Mr. Lawrence is
now traveling for a dairy assorts
tion and i.< engaged in making tests
"i milk for dairies. He lias the en
tire state of Washington as his field
and likes the worfl, which gives him
a chance to travel and a tine oppor
tunity for improvement.
11l Wain jjj.
The rates of classified advertise
incuts are 5 cents per line per inser
tion. No advertisement taken fair
lass than 25 cents.
NOTICE! — Wood sawing done. Leave
orders at BICKFORD & HATHA
lot: SALE—Set of Veterinary tools
in good order. Enquire of <;. XV.
THE DEPENDDN STORE
The store that does not always have the "little things" that
the trade deniaude soon loses out. We call ourselves "Tlie De
pendon Store" because we always aim to carry a full line of
staples, besides a good assortment of novelties. It should be i
satisfaction to you to know that whatever you need in notions
an always be found here.
Fancy Dutch Collar Pins, Pin Sets* .let Collar Pins, Pearl Cuff
Links. Jet mid Brilliant Hal Pins, Fancy Handkerchiefs, .Jet
Heads, Silk and silkspuii Scarfs, Hair Bolls, Plain, Fancy and
Jet Belt Ruckles, Rats fend Nets, Purses, Combs, and Barettes,
Etc.; Elastic Hells in all colors.
As specials this week we are offering two lots of beautiful
waists at almost cost.
One assortment consists of Messaline. Taffeta and Net
Waists in while, black and colors. All this fall styles. Values
from $4.00 to $6.00.
One lot of waists in the same material and colors as those
above only more elaborately made. Values from $6.50 to $10.00.
Among the many bargains that yon can find in our shoe de
partment, one offer leads the rest. Many styles in Patent Leath
ers, Race ami Button, also two good numbers, one with brown
tops and patent lowers; the other a dark red calf skin. Your
A special offer in dress goods— all colors, plain and fancy, in
serges, Panamas', Henriettas, Tanstinas, etc.
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
We still give you an opportunity to save money on it suit by
pitting our entire stock on sale at
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
WHERE QUALITY COUNTS
. -a.X« LADIKS-l-If /you enroll at
the Standard Commercial College
in Spokane.V without delay you
will be given an opportunity to do
light work for your board and
room. Write for Information.
WANTED- At Stevens' Hall, a wo
man to do housejrork during the
day. Good monthly wages. Ap
ply to MRS. ANDREWS, 2t
FOR KALE— Binder, mower and two
section barrow in,. good condition,
at reasonably prices. See CHAS
URICH. JS i,
CAB—-Stands at Thorpe's Smoke
House or Star Bam. Phones
Main 51; Farriers «03 XV. II
KINCAID. ■■•/■-'V 4t
ATTEN,.t)N* LADIES—Have your
hair combings made up by MRS
3. C. McCULLOUGH. R. So 2.
Drop card. "r-J--- 4t
lll.K AND ('BEAM In first-class
order always for sale by CLOVER
LEAF DAIRY, Goldsmith & Wur
DON'T WAlT—Have your Xmaa
photos made, now and avoid tho
rush. BURNS,-'Pullman's leading