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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1893

Railroad Time Table. NOKTHKHN PACIFIC. OKMCSKK IlllANCr. No, 110, [—singcur Qsaawi to Pullman, ar rive at biifla. m. No, 109.—pawwnger--Pullman to t)cnc««, leave 8 p. in. No 16i.— freight— Pailmaa to Qenasse, leave 9 m a. in. No 105— freight Qenssee to Pullman, arrive ■.'■.:! ii p. in. HPOKANIt TO JfUABTTA. No. 10—paRwnger—Juliai'tla to Bp*ku«, ai rive 9u>oa. m. No. 9— passenger—Spoknne to Juliaetta, arrive I n. m . depart l:2j p. m. No. GO—freight—Jnliwltu to Spokane, arrive I 1 a. in. No. 59—freight—Bpnknne to Juliaetta, arrive 4:05 p. m. UNION PACIFIC, No 81— Pußeng*r —Colfal to Muhcow, utltm 6:10 p. m. No. 83 at 13:10 p. m. No. 82—pAMGnROI—Mohc<iw to Colfax, arrivw 8:52 '.. mi.. No. hi at 2:25 v. m CALIFORNIA HERMITS. Men Passing Their Llvea In Idl« Solttinde mi t lit- Mountain Topi. Is man essentially a social animal? The •dentists say so. But i" the mountains of California there are nl-nost enough men who for years have led a life of ut ter solitude to disprove the gener...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

Hlje ftoihttan ftcfftUl VOL. 6. NO. 10. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —V E. Bull, attorney for the city, and Thou. Neill, attorney for J. A. Hun M.. intbecageof the City of Pullman vs. Hungate, were in Oolfax, Wednesday, taking final action In regard to bringing the ease before the iupreme court. The necessary papers have been forwarded, and in a short time the matter will b( cleared up by a decision. The supreme judges will certainly not be worried by long briefs in this case, as the brief of each attorney Was only lour pages in length. The document., neatly printed, w ,.re turned out from the Hlkai.i. job office, Tuesday evening. —At the Tea company next Tuesday evening the principal scenes of Julius Oscar wil be read by ten members ol the company. The leading parts are assigned as follows: Ctesar, Elmer Lo baogh; Antony, Frank Richardson; ISrutus, J. A. Hungate; Gassing, Miss Jessie. Hungate. The ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

The Herald, AILFOiD ALLEN. Editor AMD PuBIISHCR rnliliiOml mm Fri.lHY evening, ill •'"II Ulan, Whitman county, '\ hii. e'en. .'.II Ailvt'rtinfiiii'iils will be continual Rnil chsr|(iHl for until ordafvd mil. TKKMS OF BCBBCRIPTIOMi .INK TEAR SIMM* -l\ MONTHS ONLY MM) It is generally understood thai Quasi Lii has ordered work on her re-enthrone ment robe discontinued. Majok C. M, Barton, who was well known throughout the state, died at his borne, . ear Portland last Sunday. Cleveland has gained for the United Slates the ill will of the powers that be in Hawaii, and DO benefit has come to anyone, not even drove or Lil. GbksHAM did have the respect of a few of his countrymen till lie got mixed up in the Grove affair, but his mag nificent display of diplomacy (?) in thai has cut down his list of friends on this soil. But he was only toadying to the supreme will of his master. WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. shrill! * lorwpoi wBmoTOK, December 22, 1893. Senator Soar's arraignment of Mr, Cleveland f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

KORTHWnT SKHN. WAHBUROOK. TheCh'iiey normal sobnol'aMilollinenl ie 250. The Pomeroy wihools eloeed on ac count of scarletiua. Judge Humes granted eight divorces at Seattle Friday. The Ocoeta Land Compnny las been declared insolvent. Mhe Tacoma News calls the road con vention a fizzle. Some 115.000 bushels of wheat are stored at Uniontown. Ererett has made application for a MO oud bonded warehouse. Minor W. Bruce has reached St. Louis on his way East with his Esquimaux. Prophets of an open winter are having everything their own way at Suirbuck. Duniway will call the shingle men to gether again ti.e last of tbe week au Se attle. Bea Turner, a Covello farmer, has 1(1 16-inch plows at work. They make quita a stir. \V. B. Datey got the northeast diag oual road contract in Wbat.com county at $17,H34. A great deal of harvesting is goii gin nnung the Big Bend fanners about Farmingtou. Walla Wulla'S new directory is out, but the population estimate accompar i ment is missing. A searching par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

Railroad Time Table. \<>i:rni;n\ PACIFIC. iIKSKSKt I.KANOH. No. llP,—[uuwnger— Q6MM> to I'ullinnii, nr rivoat 8:20 «. m. No. 109, —paiwnger —Pallmaa to <it>infM»". leitvo j I p. in. No 165, —freight— Pu'lman to U«io*e<s leave tiM ». in. No I(ss—freight— Q«&MM to PwHlMllj arrive UK p. in. BPOKAS* TO JVUAKTTA. No. 10— |»is».Mii,'''r — luliui'ita to Bpok«iue, nr rive 9:50 a. m. No. 9 — p—imngri — Bpokuis to Julißptta, arrive I p. 11l . it-■[.;,! I 1 .~'"' p. 111. Ko. CO—fraiglit—Jniinetta to Sintkuni', arrive II ii m. No. 59—freight—Sixikane to ,1 iiliiiittH. arrive 4^15 p. ;l1 UNION PACIFIC, No. Hl—Pufwn^'r —Colfax to Mohcow, arrivuß 8:10 p. in. No. 83 at 12:15 p. in. No. 82— pMßragei Moscow to Colfiix, arrives B 53 a. m.. No. 84 nt '2:25 p. m Five B'g" StciinnTs Itonglit. New V,.i;k, Deo. 26.—A ii port thai the Rtlßsiaii ftovei amenl luul boDßht from Ibo Uuited States it Brazil Mail Steamibip Company live iteamsbipi to be nsed by tho Amoor Sti'!iiii.'-!u[i Cotup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

Friday. June 17, 1931 PROFESSIONAL CARDS I "k. l. G. KIMZHY- ;.;:-.->. Office at White* Drug Store Residence 130:1 Btiir Houte 8«. Re«. phone 36. Office phone It* J. 1.. tiILLKLAMI, M. I>. les. Tel. 2373 Office Tel. 6 Office on Alder St. >lies»e» or Women and ObstetrlcU Specialist lit. M. J. HHIS'i'KL . Physician nnd Surgeon " Large X Hay for Diagnosis special treatments for eye, ear, nose md throat diseases — fitted J I. K. MiWIUUH'UII, I>. O. ■ Doctor of Chiropractic 114-15 First National Bank Bldg. Calls Answered Office phone 32; Res. phone 1734 >K. LOIS M. FEAU Isteopathlc Physician and Surgeon Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays Realty Bldg. Phones: 66 and 3 [). C. Dow Real B. Dow DOW & DOW Attorneys at Law tealty Bldg., over Corned Drug Store. rho». Netll P. K. Sanger MOILL & SANGKII Attonieyr at Law First National Bank Building UK. A. A. HOUNDS Dentist Office In Emerson Building Phone 63 LIB. A. K. HUDSON Dentistry Dental X-Ray Equipment Office, New First Na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 December 1893

Pnjse Ktjsht ••THK FOBS OF UKMOCItAOY" (Continued from first page) to consider with Jhe_employei r'lhe question of metis and Of working conditions in thotr joint work of pro duction. Furthermore, a regulated minimum wage is likewise essential to the welfare of. the laborer, the em ployer and the public. ISiXlirallsin Vs. I>»hor-rnloiilsm it follows that societies or organi sations, known at unions, are hut the orderly means for the considera tion and presentation of the labor er's interest In the joint work. Prop er consideration of questions in volved require parliamentary pro cedure, the proper record of pro ceedings, the selection and authori cation of proper representatives, pro vision for ways and means, etc II is but an example of democracy In action. "Now the chief instrument hither to (or enforcing the contention ol labor, where agreement has not been reached, is the strike, with its pro vision for the material support of the members while the strike It pending. Our court...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1894

fpjjje . gl&TJllIX VOL. 6. NO. 11. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The state Teachers association held ' its annual convention at North Yakima last week. An interesting session was held. Everett was selected as the next place of meeting. The following officers were elected : R. C. Kerr, president; 0. L. Waller, Miss Keys, F. O. Chamber lain, vice-presidents; C. A. Taylor, treas urer; Miss C. S. Hyat, secretary; J. W. Roberts, R. B. Bryan, J. M. shepherd, executive committee; 0, W. Bean, I). Beemis, J. G. Lawrence, F. J. Barnard, H. R. Cox, legislative committee; J. M. Shepherd, educational council. Those attending from Whitman county were Supt. M. A. Corner, President E. A. Bryan and Prof. O. L. Waller of Pull man. —It cost the members of the A. 0. U. W. order in the Washington jurisdiction $14.00 each last year for $2000 life insur ance. There is no need of a man going without protection for his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1894

The Herald, #ILFOiiO ALLEN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHIR l'nl.li.hwl *T«rj Kri.lnv evening, at Pull -inn, Whitman count Waahington. All AilTartiMiot-nh) »ill be -—""■"* and charged for until ordered out. JOin OF SOBSCKIPTIONI ON E YE A X $*J.OO six MONTHS O.Ni^V 1.00 A year cud and a half ago, workmen at Homestead resell I*l with blood and tire a slight reduction of the highest wages eye* paid in the history of Amer ican industry. After a desperate con flict and un encampment of the militia upon he ground for weeks the strike failed and the reductions were made. Saturday, workmen in the Bame mills signed quietly I new scale making a furl tier reduction in wages, ranging from 10 to 05 per cent. There bus been a "change" since the great Homestead strike, and workmen everywhere are paying for it,— Oregonian. Mrs. Lease, the Kansas cyclone, speaks in paradox and slang. "I want into this fight for pence," and said to a reporter the day after Governor Lew elling tried to remove her. '•! can not a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1894

SOB 111 WEST SEWS. WAt"H\MTOON. The Chehalie Nugget has a nice new dress. Of Seattle's 8544,000 tax lew, $53, --535 is delinquent. Buckley is buckling down to economy by doing without street lights. ■■Retrenchment has saved Spokane 14600 0 , its police expenses in six months. The Fairbaven chamber of commerce has protested against the Wilson bill. House breaking still goes on at Long Beach, with no clue to the perpetrators. Ballard will ask the government to spend 8100,000 to dredge Salmon bay. The Statesman thinks the Walla Walla Savings bank will pay 75 cents on the dollar. The Port, Angeles mayoralty contest will result in the seating of Frank Mc- Gill, populist. LaConner likes municipal government so well she will try to get an inoorpera tion that will stick. Professor J, W. Brock, principal of the Walla Walla public schools, has been aJjudged insane. It is now olaimed that 95 per cent, of th« shingle men in the two states haye signed the new agreement. N. D. Sturdevant, of Seat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 January 1894

Railroad Time Table. NORTH Klt\ PACIFIC. OKNIWK* HR\N I. No, 110,—i«w»piip»r—Ocnww to iVlltniui, ar rive at 8:20 a. m. No. pa*M>ng«'i Vullmnii to <>■ BflsM*, lr*m" 8 p. m. No 165,— freight- IVlinun to (I»?mfMv>, leafe 9:20 a.m. So 165—freight—Opn<w»e to Pullman, arrive 3:&) p. tu. PPOKA.sE T»"> JCLUUtTTA, No. lO—pßwngpr— Jolla&tta to HiHikmi*. *r riTo 9:6 oft, in. No. 9—paw^ncl"—Bpoaane to Jnliaftta, arrive 1 D. Hi , (lopfl"-t I:J> *.. DO. No. 60— freight —Jiilim-tin to tfpokcitOi arrive j II a. m. No. 59— freight —Spokane to JuliaeUa, «rrin> 4 05 p. m . UNION PACIFIC, So. B!—PaMt»nger—t'olfax to Moscow, arrives 6:10 p. m. No. Ha at 13:18 p. in. No. H^ — pfui«f»ftgt*r —Stosoov tO I '.>!fliX. arrivi* j 8:52 a. ,:. .. No. M at - - > i>. m SUMMONS 10 PUBLICATION, la the Superior Court of th<> State of Washing- ) ■ ton, for Whitman County. j •i, Parker, PlniiititT, ) vs. L. D.rntton nnd Marj Pal ton, his > wife; ,l. F. UaymUier, Defend a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1894

pj^ flullwati fUf&lfc VOL. 6. NO. 12. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. -Judge W. H. Olaggett, of Osburn, Idaho in response to an invitation ex tended to him by the citizens of Pull man spoke on the Financial question to a crowded house in the auditorium of the Dl ,blic school building last "'"-v night The judge held that the present depression was caused wholly by the financial legislation of the past, and that the tariff bad nothing to do with it. The speech was in the main a good one, and would doubtless have won many to "silver" had not all present been on that side of the fence in the start. It is hard to find any but "silver men" in the west theee days. The judge allowed his polit ical affiliations to s:ade his remarks! in gome instances, but as he was only hu man this was overlooked by the majority. —The following Fullmanites attended the masque ball at Johnson last Wed nesday evening, all of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1894

The 1 [eretld, WUFO-t0 ALL6M. £onoit ado PueuSHCR Published erery Fruity evening, at Pull uiaa. Whitman o«W; . Wtil ln<l All Adrprtinementß will Im ooDtlnoi and charged for :mtil onion*! out. TERMS OF SIMS'. HII-IHIN ONE YEAR »a.OO SIX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 The Spokane Opinion is a new paper, but is already a welcome visitor at this office. It's a sprightly looking journal for hard t nice. Wk believe the Cniontown Journal's suggestion to have a creamer} establish ment at Pullman and the i rniers ship milk up each morning is a good one and should be looked into. Most any farmer can keep from four to ten cow? and milk from them would more than furnish a pood living for a large family and very little expense it would be to keep a few rows. Let a meeting be called of the fanners and see bow many would fur nish milk for a creamery. Once a eufli cient amount of milk is guaranteed there would be little trouble in securing a creamery. The dairy sections are the most prosperous of any in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1894

THE HERO OF TODAY. ELEMENTS OF CHARACTER WHICH RAISE MAN TO THE FORE. A MB n In ofle" Jml«""'1 by the Men " " Admire., a. I» » Nation by the Kind of Me a She Honor.— In Not the On Quality Requisite In * Hero. It is a truth which has not yet come to be fully realized that much of the char acter of an individual depend* upon his ideas of heroism. What he admires and honors is a good test of what ho is, or rather what ho longs to be, and his heroes will always have a strong attractive force which will draw him as far as pos- Bible into their sphere. In all the various types of the hero one quality remains forever prominent—courage. The can nibal who has distinguished himself by the number of his murders, the robber chieftain who had held thousands at bay, the Indian with his belt adorned with scalps, the duelist who holds bis life cheaper than his fancied honor, have all in times past been regarded us heroes, and whatever estimate they now receive no one denies their courage. Equally s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 January 1894

Railroad Time Table. « ; NOHTIIEUN PACIFIC. — ultxKsri. ii'ivx, n. No. 110.— -G«Mm to l'ullumn, ar- :' rivo »l Ma. m. * No. 109, —passenger —rollman to <i Me. \mn ; j 8 p.m. , No 165,— freight— Pu'lman to (..,■•■.. limn , 9:20 m. m. i No 165—fm«ht— Gencepo la ri'lhimn. urin « 2:30 p. m. • SroKASE TO jriJAETTA. No. 10—papwuifpr—JuIUotlii to Bpeli Br ( ri?e 9 :.*>!> a. m. i No. 9—jiKPicnger—ajKjkano '" JulmcttH, arrive I n, m., depart I 23 p. m. No. 60—fr«i£l.t—Jiiluu-ttn W (Syokune, arriM II a. m. No. 59— fr»ighi — .-'pokfuio iv Julinntra, arrive 4.05 p.m. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81 — Paeswnger —Colfax to >U»scow, arrive* -6:10 p. in. No. »8 at Vi 18 p. m. No. 83—pMeengw—Moscow to olfax, nrri»i« i B:SV a. m.. No. 84 at li:'is o. 'ii Fersoas Worth Knowing About. Profestor Klebs, of Carlsrulio, who bat modified advantagcoUHly Professor Koch's tuberculin for consumption, say? that lie has discovered ti sure euro tor diphtheria. Ho has been successful in 18 distinct cases. Mr. Wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1894

-<KW*»k_ "*™^ A . .. fpji* Itet&tii VOL. 6. NO. 13. THE WATERS RUSHED The South Palouse Overflowed its Banks, and the Town was Soaked. 'Uncle Tom" had to Seek Safety and a Dry Spot on the Koof. The chinook, aided by the rain, got in [ti deadly work the latter part of last week, and the melting snow formed little rivulets down every hillside, and Pry Fork belied its name, and was n rushing, roaring torrent. The South Palouse rose rapidly Friday and Satur day and Sunday the "high wall l mark" of all previous years was passed by sev eral feet. Cellais were flooded, Rud several houses id the north eiul, nwir the depots, wen vacated by their oooupants. Vedder & Windna' furniture store was flooded with eight inches of water, and the fur niture luiil to be carried to the second dour of the building. The roar of the river could be heard nil over the oily. Most of the residences of Pullman are on the bills, they could iot ho damaged In the Hood. Sunday the water reached its highes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1894

'"riie^Hertfild, WILFO.iD ALLEN. .■'ton AND PUBUSHIR Published i'v->r> Friilny #vnning, nl I'nll t.ifin, Whitman county, WnahincioD. All AdTertlwmpnte will bp coßtlnmd mil charged for unlit onli-rml out. TEItMS OK si BBCBUTIONi VINE YEAR $3.00 -IX MONTHS ONLY .... 1.00 Tine rnomentoui question with Spo- Kano, "i.- Cannon nuirriedor is he not?" liai been decided by Mr. 0. himself in the affirmative. We agree with that gentleman that it's his own business. Till II waiian affair becomes more in teresting ith each touch Cleveland at tempta to give, The Interest, however, does not reflect much credit on the pres rut administration. Dole's Bland shows him to be made of the stuff that heroes are made of. Stay with 'em, Dolcl Thk In'iuax can not equal the white mail with the ritle. The red men enlist ed in the department of the Colorado have been tested on this point. When it came to pistol shooting, however, the Indians not only surpassed the records of the white soldiers in mounted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1894

THE CONJURER. Into tlio world from far away. . Where the >'•"■ U n'.uiys tuned to M»y, Ami the wind sounds soft v a !-irk aloft, \ conjurer cuinc one* on • Jay, Many a mystic spell he knew Wherewith to turn Bray sides to blue; To make dull hours grow brl Mm flowers. And tusks that are old turn UkM as new. A touch of his iniHjlc wand, ai.il 10l From empty hands sweet favors low, And pleasures bloom In lives <jf gloom Where n»nght but sorrow leemi d to grow. Out of the stormy sky above He brings while Peace, like a heavenly dora. Ills might Is sure, and his art la purr, And his name- the conjurer's name I Love —Julie M. Lippinann in ft. Nicholas. After Dinner Speaking. An after dinner speech should never bo wholly facetious, unless the speaker is very facetious irifleed and cuts his speech short. It should not bo frivolous, even when the speaker is full of frivolity. It must not under any circumstances be Billy, though there be people who laugh at silliness. It must not be too l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 January 1894

Railroad Time Table. XOIUHEKN PACIFIC. Hill 111— NH\N( n. No, 110. —passenger (irlit'^i'f to rulliunn, Hr rivo nt C:2ilk. m. No. 109, —passenger -I'uHmiin to QmWMS. l?nvr S p. m. Ho 165, —freight— to G«n«*<*-, Ic«t*' K:SIO a. m. No 165— - (i.ncs«> to Pullman, «rri»D 3:80 p. m. SPOKANE TO JUI.IAKITA. No. 10—pRM«n(j#>r .liiiitii'ttii to Sim k«ne, m rifii 9 Ma. m. No. 9—pasNmjjor—S|iokanp to JuliHtMtft, itrnv,' 1 p. in . depart 133 p. m. No. 60—(night—Juliaetta to Hpokanp, arrive lla. in. No. 59—freight—Hfiokatie to Jnliat<tta, arrive *iOS p. nf. UNION PACIFIC, No. 81—Pa«M*n(;pr—Colfax to Mohcow, artiTfla 6:10 p. m, No. 8S nt 12:15 p. m. No. 82— pBMSOI^f —Mobcow to GolfaXj arrives 8:52 a. m.. NO, 84 at 2:25 D. 11l Try Wilbur's Dough Cure, UOtf) Money to loan, on easy terms, on im proved farms, <■. W. l'omi, I'ulln an. (Ilw2 Money to loan, on easy terms, on im proved farms. U. \V. l'oao, Pullman, FRESH OYSTERS FOB SALE. Cooked In any style. Short order meals at all hours....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 January 1894

W§£ .Pullman fUtftUt VOL. <i, NO. H. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The boys had a great time coasting down West Main street last night. The hill was in line condition, being equal to •a toboggan slide. The start is made from beneath the arc light, at 'heChurch Btreet crossing, and the sleds gain such headway that they go to the First Na tional Hank block before stopping, Some of the more venturesome coasters go to the to)i of the hill on Wawawai street. and so get what they term a glorious ride. Among the "hoys" noticed out coasting last night was noticed Uncle John Layman, and he enjoyed tin' Bporl : i H well as any of them. The Pullman Land & Investment Co. has opened an otlice. in room Nn. 22, Great Eastern Mock, Spokane, where \Y. (i. Bragg, as manager, is located. The company is listing many line farms, and deniable town property, and antici pates all active real estate market this Summe...

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