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News of the
NO GIN MILLS,
STORY OF THE COLLEGE TOWN
Pullman's Policy is Object Lesson
to Town of the Inland
PULLMAN, Wash., Nov. I.—Many
letters of inquiry as to conditions in
Pullman and the'effect removing sa
loons had o 1 business are being re
ceived from points in Washington
and Idaho where the question of
abolishing saloons will be voted on
soon. Lewlston is especially anxious
to learn what effe . :he change has
had and many Pullman citizens have
been ral'ed upon to speak in Lewis
ton. _ev°ra! of these have gone to
Lewlston and told of conditions In
Pullman since the change was made.
Pullman being the first large town in
the Inland Empire to dispense with
J. N. Emerson of the Burgan-
Emerson company, which owns the
largest store In Pullman, is especial
ly enthusiastic over the result of re
moving saloons and has been called
upon for addresses and letters from
EDMONDS. —Searching parties are
hunting for two young sons of John
Baxtroni of this place and another
boy named McClelland, all between
the ages of 11 and IS years, who left
here Saturday morning in a small
boat to hunt ducks.
Words of Praise
For the several Ingredients of which T>r.
Pierces medicines are composed, as given
ty leaders in all the several schools of
medicine, should have far more weight
than any amount of non-professional tes
timonials. Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescrip
tion has th» badge or honesty on every
bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all its in
gredients printed in plain English.
If you are an invalid woman and suffer
from frequent headache, backache, gnaw*
IngdlstrJra in stomach, periodical pains,
disagreeable, catarrhal, pelvic drain,
draggitWdown distress in lower abdomen
or pelvjft, perhaps dark spots or specks
tmcjxtg before the eyes, faint spells and
kindred symatoms caused by female weak
ness, MtMderangement of the feminine
organs. Wi/can not do better than take
Dr. Pler/efc Favorite Prescription.
The !i/./lital. surgeon's knife and opera
ting tatii/may be avoided by the timely
use of Mr-vorite Prescription" In such
rases. Thereby the obnoxious examin
j* ions anil h'i-a, tf<-i^rnf nijj i.f (he family
rhysician can be avoided and a tjiorout^h
course oi successful treatment carried out
tDEB-BBEB _."* "p"!.. "•■'"■"•■!'•»
I rescription is composed of the very be. t
native medicinal roots known to medical
science for the cure of woman's peculiar
ailments, contains no alcohol and no
harmful or habit-forming drugs.
Do not expect too much from "Favorite
Prescription; "it will not perform mira
cles ; it will not dlsolve or cure tumors.
No medicine will. It will do as much to
establish vigorous health In most weak
nesses and ailments peculiarly incident to
women as any medicine can. It must be
given a fair chance by perseverance in lis
use for a reasonable length of lime.
V"'i rar'l affr"--t in »w_M i mam *•■ ._•
Pum us a substitute for tfiji •■■-.„,.-ly _>|
t'.own com position-
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Tierce, by letter, free. All rorrcspond
er.ee is guarded ns sacredly secret and
womanly confidences arc protected hy
professional privacy. Address Dr. U. V
Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets the hest
laxative and regulator of the I.web
They invigorate stomach, liver .id
bowels. One a laxative; two or threi •
cathartic Easy to take as canny.
Day and Evening School
S. VAN VLIET, Prin.
The two Bnxtrom boys had -cutis
and ammunition. The party of
youthful hunters was seen at differ
ent timet durins; the day. William
House being the last to report that
he had seen the hoys. House is
master of a launch and pasted the
boys in the afternoon.
Not a trace has been seen of the
boat which carried the boys, and it
is feared they have either been car
ried out a long way from home cr
that they have perished.
One report stated the boys were
seen in the woods, and the posse
formed here tonight is now search
ing. Should the hoys not be found
tonight, another searching party is
ready to start out at an early hour
In the morning.
EVERETT.—Leo Bezmer. the
shingle weaver who kidnaped E. O.
English of Mount Vernon, last Wed
nesday, and whose trail the author
ities have been following for several
days, slept with an employe of a
Shingle mill at Lake Ooodwln Sun
day night, according to a report re
ceived by the sheriff's office today.
"Whistling Rnfus," as Bezmer is
known, threatened to kill his involun
tary and unwilling host, if an attempt
was made to notify the deputies
during the outlaw's stay. Bezmer left
the l^ke at an early hour Monday
morning. He is avoiding the roads
TAfOMA. A big sawmill with n
dally capacity of SOO.ni.n feet for a
twenty-four-hour run will be built
Immediately by the Pacific States
Lumber Company of this place. The
mill will he located on Taylor creek
on the Seattle & Southeastern rail
road, four miles beyond Knns'cy.
which Is a point convenient to the
enormous timber hoHlngs of the
company, amounting to 400,000.000
feet of superior fir and cedar. The
company, which Is a new corporation,
has a capital stock of 1500,000, the
Incorporators being W. M. Ladd.
Charles E. Ladd, Edward Cooking
ham, all of Portland: John Bagley
and E. M. Hayden. both of Taeoma:
F. L. Solleck of Kapowsin and Mar
tin Miller of Taeoma. Throuchout
the mill will be modern and will be
operated with splendid railroad and
logging camp facilities. F. L. Pel
leck will be the inanaeer.
ABERDEEN. ■— Fayette Bousfield
of the Bousfield manufacturing firm
of Minneapolis. Minn.. Is in town
looking up a site for a branch of the
firm on the Pacific coast. Their line
of manufacture is tubs and pails, and
after an extended search over differ
ent parts of the Pacific coast, they
have come to the conclusion that
some site either here or at Hoquiam
will be the best suited to their
The company will employ 100
hands and will locate here if proper
Inducements in the shape of a site
at reasonnhle rates is offered them.
President ,T W, Patterson of the
chamber o.' commerce is interesting
himself In the matter and the busi
ness men of the city are asked to co
WENATCHEE. —A brick building
which is now being erected by C. Q.
Hall is nearing completion and will
be ready for occupancy by January
1. A new concrete building, which
will be occupied by Wenatchee's
weekly paper, the Republic, will also
be completed about that time. Many
new residences are under construc
tion, and several have been completed
this fall. The new homes that have
been erected during the past year are
all modern, and about 90 per cent of
them cost from 11,700 to |10,000.
The Pioneer Employment Office;
oldest In the city; established in
1903; best of help furnished free
fleo, Webb. Mgr. Phone 2993.
M.ss Susie Boyle.
Mrs. Frederick C. Hall was the
hostess of the first meeting, since
the summer vacation, of the Saturday
Afternoon Bridge club, at her home.
110 North Naches avenue. During
the short business session Mrs. F. C.
Hall was elected president and Mrs.
.1. M. Berry secretary. Later the
ladies enjoyed bridge, at the close
of which dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess.
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Mrs. Stair Honored.
One of the most charming affairs
of the season was a Hallowe'en party,
given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Mary
Cannon and Mrs. w. w. Robertson
at the home of the latter on North
Naches avenue, complimentary to
Mrs. Ella S. Stair. The parlors,
which were darkened and lighted
with grotesque jack o' lanterns, were
effectively decorated with large black
bats suspended from the chandeliers
and draperies, were used with charm
ing effect. The entertainment pro
vided was an appropriate and high
ly amusing guessing game. Each
guest was given a sheet and mash
and number upon entering the hall
and endeavored to guess the names
of the other ghosts. Five bundled
was played at five tables later in the
afternoon, the prize, a handsome sil
ver spoon, was awarded to Mrs. Har
ry E. Moran. At the close of the en
joyable afternoon a delicious Hallo
we'en luncheon was served by the
'"-stesses. assisted by Mrs. W. L
Stelnweg, Mrs. Frederick Rossitrr.
Mrs. Adelbert E. Larson and Miss
• • •
Master Curtis (ioodenow enter
tained a company of little friends
Hallowe'en evening. The rooms
were beautifully decorated in accord
with the season, flames were play
ed, after which delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
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Entertain at "The Lindens."
Miss Margaret Jennings and Miss
Ruth Leslie entertained delghtfully
a number of their friends at the
home of Mrs. I. Harrison Dills. "The
Lindens." on Yakima Heights, Sat
urday evening. A ghost met the
guests at the car and escorted them
to the house, where they were re
ceived by a number of ghosts. The
reception room was artistically dec
orated in the high school colors, or
ange and black ribbons, and autumn
leaves were effectively used about
the rooms. A guessing contest was
the cause of much merriment. Miss
Clara Wallen won the first prize, a
large jack o' lantern, while Miss
Helen Kimble was consoled with a
peanut wrapped in the high school
colors. The dining room, which was
darkened and lighted by jack o' lan
terns, was pretty with autumn leaves.
Covers were laid for It! at a prettily
appointed table, which bore a cen
terpiece of a lighted jack o' lantern.
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Party on Hallowe'en.
One of the most delightful parties
of the season was given on Hallo
we'en evening by Mr. .lohn Owen, who
was assisted in receiving by Miss
Elsie MacMurry. The parlors were
artistically trimmed with green, yel
low and red autumn leaves, tvy and
large lighted pumpkins. Games
were the form of entertainment pro
vided, after which Mrs. Owen, aided
by Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Butler, serv
ed a sumptuous Hallowe'en supper.
• • •
Miss Frances White Entertains.
One of the most enjoyable affairs
of the week was a Hallowe'en party
given by Mrs. W. A. White In honor
of her daughter, Frances White. Sat
urday evening, at her home. 414 j
South Naches avenue. The house
I was prettily decorated in the Hal
lowe'en fashion. The guests wee
j received by two ghosts. A musical;
t program and various games were the
!enjoyable features of the evening, nt
i the close of which a delicious lunch
eon was served by the hostess, as
sisted by Mrs. Silvertou and Miss
. . .
Black I at Party.
Mrs. W. O. Bradbury gave a verj
pretty Hallowe'en party at her home.
I*ll North Second street. Saturday
i evening, in honor of Hazel and Eve
lyn Bradbury and Madelin Okey. The
j house was beautifully decorated with
countless black cats of all sizes and
lighted with strings of jack o' lan
terns. Lighted pumpkins were also ;
used with charming effect. Various j
games, chief among which were ap- |
pie diving and hunts, made the even- ,
ing a most enjoyable one. After i
which the most dainty refreshments >
were served by Mrs. Bradbury, as- j
-■• \ by Mrs. c E Brown ,md Mrs.
Dunbar. The partj consisted ol about
23 roerrj i blldren,
Mr and Mrs. E, B. Manna opt ned
their beautiful new home on Nob
Hill Monday afternoon with i party
complimentary to Mrs, Hanna's
father. Mr. Brilland. a Grand Army
veteran. The gnestS included the
members of the Grand Army of Hie
Republic ami Women's Relief Corps.
The aiternoon was pleasantly spent
in listening to reminesrences of the
civil war. At the close of the en-!
joyable afternoon a delicious lunch-'
eon was served by the hostess, as-'
sisted by Miss Irish and Miss Bill*
• • •
One of the most delightful Hallo
we'en affairs planned for the week
was a luncheon given by Miss McMur
trle and Miss Ethel Young at the
home of the former Saturday after
noon at ."> o'clock. The rooms were
decorated characteristic of the event
celebrated, strings of small pump
kins festooned from the chandeliers
to the corners of the table, with
lighted candles lighting the room.
Covers were laid at a daintily ap
pointed table, which bore a center
piece of a large lighted pumpkin,
for 12. Those who were present Pt
the enjoyable affair were the teaches
of the primary department of the
Presbyterian Sunday school, includ
ing Mrs. 11. C. Heed. Mrs. Hall. Mrs.
BriggS, Mrs. Blanker. Mrs. Bond.
Miss Zimmerman, Miss Townsend.
Mrs. Vaughn. Miss Bady McMurtrie,
Miss McMurtrie, Miss Young and
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Mr-, ii.ii t-ii.M n Conipllniented.
Mrs. George .1. Listman will re
ceive Informally on Monday after
noon from '■'. until T, o'clock at her
home, in liuena Vista Flats, in hon
or of Mrs. Fletcher P. Hartshorn,
who leaves next week to make her
future home in Taeoma. and through
the Herald a cordial invitation is ex
tended to all her friends to this re
ception, time preventing any other
form of invitation.
• • •
Mi-- Druse Sin -prised.
Wednesday afternoon about 30
friends, consisting of the members
of the W. R. C. and the G. A. R..
gave Miss Alice Druse a delightful
surprise at her home on Nob Hill
The affair was a miscellaneous show
er in honor of Miss Druse, whose
marriage will take place Wednesday.
November 4. at the home of her par
ents. Some of the handsome pres
ents received were Mexican drawn
work centerpieces, hand painted chi
na, also many useful articles for the
kitchen. After the pleasant after
noon most dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess, assisted by
Miss Irish and Miss Holland.
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Mrs. Dunnlng's Sunday school j
class of ie Baptist church was de
lightfully entertained by Mrs. B. A.
Wiley Saturday afternoon at her
home, . 1 ."> South Naches avenue.
Before attending the party the class
called on little George Brown, who
has just returned from the hospital.
and presented him with a huge ap
ple goblin and flowers. The merry ;
company enjoyed jumping and duck- j
ing for apples and making irohlin |
apples by filling them with nuts and
Luncheon was served consisting of
sandwiches, pumpkin pie, love ap
ples and candy and nuts. A pump- I
kin goblin made an attractive cen
terpiece for the table and streamers ]
of yellow and white ribbon were ef
fectively draped from the chandeliers
to the corners of the table. Mrs. Wi
ley was aided in entertaining by Mrs
Dunning After dinner a real gob
lin appeared, leaving a fortune for
each in a nut shell. The afternoon
was a ureal success.
SAVE RECIPT i
Put It in a Sate Place, for li Maj
Come in Handy.
Say- Mixture I- l!a-il\ Prepared ami
Cure- Weak Kidney- ami
Here is a simple home-madi mix
ture as given bj an eminent author'
ity on kidnej diseases, who raake.
the statement that ii will relieve al
; most an) case ol kidni troubh II
taken before the stage ol
! disease He . tati . that sin
tom- as lame bai k, pain In the side
frequent desire to urinate, pspei
at night, painful and discolored
nation, are readil> overcome
is the recipe. Tit it:
Fluid esti'.i' ' dandi ';>>c. nne-1
ounce: rompouud K.i _."!!. one
ouni c; compound s> rup sat
three ouni es. Take a teas oonl
after each meal and
A well-known druggist here In j
town is authority thai ihi «
I ents are all harm less lid
mixed at home hi shaking well in ..
bottle. This mlxt in has I
: healing and Boot hi Ug effect ii|>on
entire kldne) and urlnarj structure
and often overcomes the worst forms
!of rheumatism In just s little while
This mixture i. -aid to remove al
blood disorders and cure the rheunin
(tism by forcing the kidneys to filter
and strain from the blood and sys
, tern all uric acid and foul, decom
posed waste matter, which cause
I these afflictions Trj it it yon aieu i
I well. Save the prescription |
I NOW I
I Hair Cuts I
I Shave - - 15c |
II Bath - - 25c I
CUMMER'S SHOP I
118 E. Yakima Aye. I
The Enterprise Tent and Awning Factory
Horse Covers, Wagon Covers. Tents for Rem, Fe»d Bags. Hay
Stack Covers, all kinds of Rope. Canvas Work of All Descriptions.
THOS. MASON, Prop.
188 North Front Street. .forth Yakima. Uaoh.
Desiring to Locate at
THE VINEYARD OF
Among people of theii «
ation. are Invited t
We are open tig up a Irrij ition
iltivatioi .. body of land Indisputa
earliest ol the
(Washing egion ol erpi ■ sun-
■ . .'■•■■
if 1 _■■-' wel ■ raa -
section of the N - • entl • • :>rod-
The land is ralua l<
We want to see it
we »am -• Vi aymrnt
more you - ■ • ' ' .
. p hon: es of
SOW S'ext week may
wn a sma.
1 • valual le
Write now to IHAS F. LOTT
KIWI V\l« X - - - HASH.
He will t<u j.,u all aboat it.