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Pullman herald. (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, December 29, 1911, Image 6

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Miss Letha Farley Is spending the
holidays at Cheney.
S Mr. and Mrs. Martin and daughter,
Miss Hattie, of Garfield, spent Christ
mas with Mr. Martin's daughter, Mrs.
W. A. Lybeeker.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bryant and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. ,i. M. Klemgard
and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Snyder and children took Christ
mas dinner at the .1. S. Klemgard
home in Pullman.
Mrs. XV. XV. Snyder and daughter,
Miss Lena, left Tuesday for Walla
Walla for a short visit with relatives,
Miss Pearl Hughe] spent several
days this week at the C. H. Kincaid
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Davis. Mrs. M.
B. Rucker, nephew Homer Holliday,
Claude and Leßoy Rucker and Boyd
Sheffield were guests at the V. L.
Higgins home on Christmas day
Mr. and .Mrs. C. S. Hill and
daughter, Miss Wanda, took dinner
at the V. L. Higgins home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Xaffziger left
last Thursday for Los Angeles, Cal.
They stopped at Oakland. Ore., to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Bridges, formerly
of this neighborhood. They expect
to be absent six months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard ate
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Pritchard near Whelan.
v Miss Ella Houcke, who, until a
short time ago, was employed at Dut
ton's candy store, has returned to the
home of her mother. Mrs. A PI Car
Mrs. John Swall and infant son re
turned to their home in Pullman
J. M. Klemgard has been quite ill
with la grippe ami injuries received
while driving some loose horses last
week. One of the horse's kicked,
striking him on the knee. The horse
which he was riding became fright
ened and threw him on the frozen
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hill and
daughter, Miss Wanda; Mr. anil Mrs.
W. 11. Kincaid and daughters, Belle
and Anita, and Walter Howard were
guests at the C. H. Kincaid horn.' on
Christmas. \
Lester Kellogg gave another of his
enjoyable neighborhood parties at
the hall Wednesday night \
Nat Bryant butchered 1 3 hogs
Wednesday. It seems to have' been
unlucky only for the hogs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryan and chil
dren spent Christmas in Pullman at
the Patrick Ryan home on Sunny
Helen and Jack Kincaid were
treated to a Christmas tree on Christ
mas eve by their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Kincaid. Those present
were Helen and Jack Kincaid, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Hig
gins. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Kincaid. the
Misses Wanda Hill. Lennie Pate,
Belle and Anita Kincaid and Belle
Higgins and Oscar Kincaid. Frank
\ Murray and Walter Howard. A real
Santa distributed the gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kincaid and
daughters, Anita and Belle, and
Frank Murray visited at the J. M
Klemgard home Sunday.
Miss Ethel Cox of Pullman, spent
Christmas at the A. F. Carrothers
Mr. and Mrs. XV. F. Paulus had as
guests on Christmas day Mr. and
Mrs. Alev Hatley, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
West and son, Mr. and Mrs. James
Pendry, Mrs. Babcock and children
of Lewiston, Mrs. Green of Lewiston.
Sidney Green and Are-hie Hatley.
The gathering was a complete fam
ily reunion, except for a son. James
Paullus, who resides on the Coeur
d'Alene reservation.
Mr. Frank Willoughby and family
have been spending the Christ!,
vacation with relatives on the reser
Mr. and Mrs. Solano Moffitt are
•pending their vacation at their
home at Garfield.
Of the 90 pupils in the Johnson
school the following have a perfect
record: Primary—Charlie Burtch,
Opal Lamm. Flora Lamm and Mar
shall Mclnturff; intermediate—
Umey Heaalet, James Ailor, Edna
, Maxwell. Pearl Btolrew.lt. Hazel
Thompson. Eva Steirewalt, Ada
Hcaslet, Gladys Meyers, Elmlna
Nation and Nellie Ruble; grammar
—Kenneth Gray, Etta Amos, lona
Nation. Inez Wilson and Dewetta
Nation; high school—Lida Haynes,
Mildred Wiggins and Beatrice
Last Friday evening a fast and
clean game of basket ball was played
at Colton between the Colton and
Johnson high schools. At the end of
the first half the- score was tied, II
to 11, but iii the last half the John
son boys lost out, because the hall
was less than half the regulation
Masons Elect
At the regular meeting of Whit
man lodge, No. 49, F. & A. M., held
Friday evening, December 22, the
following officers were elected:
U. G. Lawler— M.
F. <;. Henderson—S. W.
Ross Kennedy—J. W.
G. H. Watt— Secretary.
N. ED. J. Gentry—Treasurer.
0. K. Draper— 8. D.
A. E. Olson—J. D.
10. W. Downen —S. S.
F. Brownell —J. S.
11. N. Benton —Tyler.
Dr. J. Ear! Else—Chaplain.
L. B. Miller —Organist.
Jesse Burgan—Marshal.
Fruit Inspectors Will Meet
state' Horticultural Commissioner
F. A. Huntley has called the annual
meeting of the deputy fruit Inspect
ors of the state for January 8 and 9,
The meetings will be held at the col
lege. The state of Washington is
divided into 16 horticultural districts,
each district having its deputy In
spectors, and the entire' territory will
he Included in the January meeting.
Short Course at Snohomish
R. C. Ashhy, superintendent of
farmers' institute's and demonstration
trains, is planning a short course for
Snohomish to be held in the near
future. The course will he along the
same lines as those offered recently
at Lynden and Cashmere, and the
local arrangements are in charge' of
A. ,M. Richardson, a graduate' of the
state- College. Soil conditions, fruit
growing, dairying ami poultry rais
ing will be Included in the course.,
Murray Chilton Married
Murray Chilton and Miss Laura
Stewart, both of this city, were mar
ried at Colfax last Wednesday, De
cember 7. Mr. Chilton, who is em
ployed as a cook at the boys' dormi
tory at the- college, was horn and
raised in Pullman and has many
friends in this vicinity, Miss Stew
art has for some time resided about
a mile east of Pullman The young
couple will make their home in this
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Council Pays Many Bills
The city council met in regular ses
sion Thursday, December 21, the only
business transacted besides the dis
cussion of the- proposed telephone
franchise being the payment of the
usual grist of bills and an order for
the building of a sidewalk along
blocks one and two on the west side
of Star Route' street. The following
hills were allowed and ordered paid:
•I. E. Hammond, supplies $11.10
Jno. W. Graham & Co., ledger. 5.75
J. H. Frederick, witness fees in
McKillip case 5,60
J. E. Hammond, labor 3,j0
Pullman Herald, printing.... 35.50
Geo. Swing, drayage 16.50
Oscar Amos, labor 3.25
('has. Pierce, labor 1 8.00
Andre-w Dressier, labor 4.20
•i- S. Clark, express 1.50
R. L. Holland, labor 1.50
Firemen, to labor washing
Greets 9.g0
New Department to Aid Farmers
To assist farmers In every possible
way is the avowed intention of the
0.-W. R. & X. Co. in appointing an I
experienced agriculturist to its of-'
ficial staff, creating a new depart-j
n.ent. C. L. Smith, a practical farm
er, who for some' time was connect
ed with the State College, has been
appointed to the new position.
Mr. Smith will co-operate with the
People living in the territory tribu
tary to thy lines of the' railroad com
pany. He expects to spend the most
of his time in the country districts,
learning what problems the farmers
have to contend with and aiding
them with the best methods of meet
ing them. Nothing that is not thor
oughly practical win be recommend
ed, for Mr. Smith is not a book farm
er, but he has spent years tilling the
soil in the Northwest states.
Washington is the banner wheat
state of the Pacific Coast and Rocky
Mountain districts, according to the
statistics of the Census Bureau. Fig
ures are given for 1899 and 1909,
showing Washington nearly doubled
Us wheat acreage In the ten .ears
There was an increase In production
of 93.1 per cent. The yield in 1909
was 40,920,390 bushels.
Mrs. Oscar Henderson spent Christ
mas with her sister at Lewiston.
U. G. Lawler and family spent
Christmas with friends at Johnson.
C. XV. Bean, the Uniontown bank
cashier, spent Christmas with his
family in Pullman.
Professor and Mrs. S. K. Roberts
spent Christmas with friends at Lew
Harry George. The Herald lino
type operator, spent Christmas with
his family in Spokane.
C. &B. Tickled Walnuts— i relish
that has no equal.
A large number of Instructors at
the college went to North Yakima
this week to attend the state teach
ers' Institute in session at that place.
C. w. Weythman, who tor the past
10 days has been visiting Pullman
friends, returned to his homestead
Dear Poison, Mont., yesterday.
See Martin for robes and' horse
blankets. The time is right and the
price is right. Don't overlook it.
Dee-. 29 tf.
Mrs. C. M. Beckett, residing be
tween Pullman and Johnson, has re
turned from a two weeks' visit with
her son, Harry Beckett, and wife at
J. L. Dumas transacted business in
Dayton the latter part of last week.
Mr. Dumas is vice president of one
of Dayton's banks.
Miss Mabel Bannister, a teacher in
the schools of Dayton, and her sister,
Mrs. Jerry Swart of Donald, are in
Pullman to spend the holidays with
The unexpected cold snap of
Christinas night caught the citiens
unawares and many residents spent
the- next day nursing frozen water
The dance' given by the Knights of
Pythias Christmas night was largely
attended and was pronounced the
most enjoyable dancing party of the
season. Another dance will be given
New Years night.
Hawaiian Pine Apple's —big, ripe',
delicious fruit. This is the only time
in the past year that we have been
able to get Hawaiian Pine Apples —
always something new at
Professor and Mrs. F. A. Thomson
were the recipients of a Christmas
present in the nature of a brand new
son, born Christinas morning.
Air. and Mrs. F. A. Woodin left
yesterday for Sunnyside, Wash.,
where they will spend New Years day
with Mrs. Woodln's mother. From
Sunnyside they will go to Portland,
Ore., where they will spend a couple
of weeks.
Miss "Tootsie" King of Colfax
spent Saturday night in Pullman, the
guest of Miss DuVall, and left Sun
day morning for Lewiston to spend
the holidays with friends at that
The secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce has received a letter from
the Merchants' Fruit Exchange of
Great Falls, Mont., requesting any
Pullman farmers who have potatoes
to sell to write them, stating the
quantity they have for sale and the
price f. o. b. at the nearest railroad
Mrs. A. Osterherg, who resided
eight miles west of Pullman, died in
the Moscow hospital Friday. The
body was shipped to Albion, where
funeral services were held Sunday,
conducted by the Rev. T. C. Moun
tain of that place. Deceased was 47
years old and leaves a husband and
several children.
Cheese — Pimento, Pine-Olive,
Walnut, Picanto, Cream, Neufchatel.
Welchrarehit. These are something
extra nice in the cheese line, and
something you will like.
Being overstocked on robes and
horse blankets, I will offer 25 to 40
per cent discount on the entire line
for the next SO days. Call early and
see the line, which is the best stock
in the county to select from, and
buy while you can get a bargain.
Dec. 29 tf
WANTED—To rent a piano
Mrs. H. A. Walter,
Nov. 17-24 905 Spring St.
Go to DuthU's for Paints, Oils.
Varnishes aad Sunshine finishes for
soor aad furniture. Also standard
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Wherever the traveler may
travel, his "A. B. A." Travel
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ready acceptance by Banks, j
Hotels'; Railroads, Steamship
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Farm Lands
City Property
Rat Iron Block
J. P. Duthie Frank Stephens
Pullman Transfer
& Storage Co.
Dealers in
Brick, Lime, Cement and Sand.
We make a specialty of moving
household goods and pianos.
Call on us and give us a trial.
Office, 907 Grand st.
'jmg^m XV. H. STRAUB
(frp \_*\_ Optical Specialist
\:^J^l£_-_» 111 Main St.. Pullman
In his office dally except on first five
daya of each month. Correct glasses
....DR. A. E. SHAW...,
Office: First National Bank Build
ing, Pullman.
Hours: 8 t« 12 a. in., 1 to 5 p. in.
/ <r__nm__^ DR. KING has
MHJ __M_H SOd ,lis interest in
W«gjJ|w|j^fff The King Optical Co.
an( j The King Co.
Spokane. His office is now 236
Paulsen Building, Spokane.
Also agent for Steamship tickets.
Room 15. First National sank Block
Visit The
For a clean Shave and good Bath! _
118 Main St. -:. Pullman, Wash
Pullman's Most Sanitary Dairy
. Phone Farmers 9K
L. E. Moore, Prop.
Steger & l^#^%3 .vers and
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Sons «I Pond
the greatest production of the American piano market. The
Starr Piano one of the oldest and best. The Wick Piano, a new
manufacture of the great west. The above named pianos are
all sold direct from the factory, enabling us to give you the
very best prices and terms.
For full particulars write or call on
318 Main Street. Colfax, Wash.
1000 CORDS
lii cur hits. Green cm and seasoned.
4-foot Black **__. m a—, mm
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Tamarack and &__ **!_*
Fir -1|>5.75
Delivered on board curs in Pullman.
Address or Phone
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Spokane, Waahington.

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