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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 28 September 1889

* woMAtrs wor&. I with many a turn my step* I talcs. ..In many a crook and crevice; And many a b.scu t mast I bake ; For Maud and me and Lev a. I sweep, I dust, I cook, I rise Up In the morning early; I wash the breakfast dishf s. and 1 (burn, then dress the baby. I mike ih>' du->t and dry leaves fly Against my new broom fairly; I vliulter, cltatii-r as I go, ' . -■ Because 1 rest rarely; .1* "For men may come and men may g*, Hut I go on forever, ever, I go on fore v I move about and in and out. While here the chickens feeding. And here and there at hawk to shout, Bat little they are heeding. I walk, I run, I skip. I hop From one thing to another; ; I slop to dress a braise or cut, For the children run to mother. ' Then to the garden I must go To see what work is needed. For plants must be set out, you know,. And then they must b« weeded. ft For men can't stop, for they must go. But we work on forever, ever. Wo work on forever. I clear the tray and "pat to rights" The dini...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1889

VOL. I. NO. 49. j D. KIRKWOOD, I> B > T ■ » T r,,11mi.». Wa-.l.H.Stoii Ter. Okf.ck Hoiks :9a, m. 12 M . and Itoi r. »t. STKVVAItT Ml.oiK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN 4. CO., Dealei'o in C3r«i"- Highest market price paW for Wheat, Oats. Barley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. W3SBS PAll7-I^VK MU.LH.N ..0./AHS. The Favorite Coast Company. w. v. v ixin * ■**•■••«• »*»llmnil j F WATT .1 WEBB. wi:i;n & wait. Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Ofuce In Stewart Block. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TEB. H. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to ::«••«« ««illlIllin" Ladies' an.l Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. wasm rat I IT!.I.MAN. WASH. TER _____ i insuranS^co: INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: |bOOOOp $500,000 $500,000 rvniuaw - - nnnomf > i W. V, WINDUS, Agent. Pullman, \VuMliiii««oii Tit. | MASON BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of ! Fresh ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1889

\V. WHITIO. .T? -'Architect and Superintendent MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. Plans and Specifications tarnished on short notice and on raaaanabla terms. Correspond in« rolicited. Office in Baker's Block. 25 Moses Bull, Attorney * at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Court* of Washington and Idaho. Special attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Offico in P. O. Building, Main-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDEII & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF BRICK and LIME, ■ Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & • MOSCOW. THE UNION In&ixrance Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - -' $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID--FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorito Const Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand a number of choice bargains in 'FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. . XV If you want a Farm. don't make a deal antil you have examined our List. J^- If ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1889

Tlic Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull .-,,„„, Whitman county. Washington Ter. ■ Oregon Railway A- Xav. Co. east-bound: Freight and Accommodation 6. 15 p m west-bound: Freight and Accommodation 9.58 V m * A. R. CHANDLER, Agent. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOIVO SOUTH: PMintir ".15 B m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 » m ooi.no couth: I-iuwenpir I-^P" 1 Freight and Accommodation 8.2J p m E. F. CRAWFORD, CONGREGATIONAL CllUßCn.—Services on Mt-ond and fourth Sabbaths of each month at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. SnndaY-echr.ol each Sab bath at 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People's moating every Monday evening at 8. Communion ser vicenecond Sabbath in January. March, May. July, September and November. E. C. W. Hill, pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—Ser vi<.« on nn=t and third Sabbaths of eacli month at 11 a. v.. and 8 p. m. Wn. It. I'm l.i-s, pastor. [All communications must have writers full name attached, not necessarily for publication, but a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 October 1889

li^WQuiii CHEWERS. Bow the Sticky Stuff U Made la an I»cH anapnl Factory. Down in the extreme southeastern part of the city is a chewing gum fac • tory. This enterprise is a growing in dustry, adjusting itself to a growing habit in this community. It is as nat ural nowadays for a Hoosier, at least in the Hoosier capital, to ask for or of fer a piece of gum. as it was for an old time Hoosier to request or companion ably offer a "chaw of terbacceiv' Every body chews. Doctors, law yers, merchants, that picturesque ag gregation, the city council, and the en tire ' base-ball nine. When the habit of chewing gum was confined to "gig gling" school girls it was an object of ridicule. When the girls' fathers be gan chewing they formulated ingenious excuses for it. Now every body chews and nothing is said. Any one bringing up the old-time objections is either ig nored, laughed at or looked upon with interest as a relic of antiquity. This chewing gum factory* is not a pretentious place. One wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1889

VOL. 1. N(). 50. J. D. KIRKWOOD, 1> ENTIST I>nllman, Wn*liliieton Tor. Ofhicb Hoiks : 9 a. m. to 12 M . and 1 to i v. M. STEWART BLOCK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN A CO., l><*»l<»i'?-* >•» Grain. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, barley anil Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash A*ml« - $ 1,250,000 LOSSES PAID-FivK MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WISIH *. Agents rnllmnii. J. WKIIU. J !•" "AIT WEBB& WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office in Stewart Block. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TER. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to Cutting : and : Trimming: Ladies'and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. I.MAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: VMM $500,000 $500,000 PORTLAND - - ORKGON. W. V, WINDUS, Agent. l'ulliiiHii. willing ton Ter. MASON BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of Fres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1889

W WMITK. • irdiitect and Superintendent • MOSCOW, LATAH CO., IDAHO. Plans and Specifications furnished on short Morn and on rensonnhki terms. Correspond ence solicited; Office in Baker's Block. 25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Courts of Washington and Idaho. Special attention given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in P. O. Building, Main-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & • MOSCOW. THE UNION lii&iii'mioc Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - 11,256,000. LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman, E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANsV FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand ■ number of choice bargains in FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suk purchasers. Jr-*y~ If yon want a Farm, don't make a deal antil you have examined our List. JS^~ I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1889

The I-lereilcl. ." • :——— itebltshSl «rcT,->t3atnr'la_v monnng at Fnll 3WU.,Vhitman co'rifry. Wa^iinp*on Tt-r. ' ■■- Oregon Rail tea y & .Vav. Co. ■Ast-bound: Freight«nd Accommodation 6.15 m wcst-bocnd: Froicht and Accommodation 9.58 p m B A. R. CHANDLER. Agent. Northern Pacific Railroad. OOINO KOBTH: IViwenger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m noiNO south: Passenger 7.0."> p m Freight and Accommodation 3.20 p in E. F. CRAWFORD, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services on wconil and fourth Sabbaths of each month nt 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Sunday-school each Sab bath at 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People's meeting evrv HondaT evening il 8. Commnnloa aatf vieaucoad KaM»ith in January. March. May. July. September and Novcinl>er. & C. W. Hill, pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—Ser vices on first and third Babbathl <>f each month nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Clans ini-etiii},' alter each day service. Prayer meet btg every Thnrsduy even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 October 1889

CONVENIENT PRESENTS. («•« of I Ittle Savage* Who liar* Come / In the Pweitlon of Explorers. /Now and then when an explorer /isits a savage tribe they insist upon presenting him with a girl or boy as a token of their esteem. These presents, being inconvenient to carry around, are generally declined with thanks, but a few of them have reached Europe. Among the Akka dwarfs who have been taken to Europe are two who were presented to white men. One of them, now a young man, is living in the palace of Count Miniscalohi at Verona, and the other, a bright-eyed little girl, who was presented to the explorer Gessi, is ■ servant in the family of his widow nt Trieste. * A while ago, when Mr. Lumholtz was traveling among the cannibals of Queensland, Australia, some villagers wished to give him a young girl whom they regarded as the beauty of the vil lage by way of recognizing his valua ble services in scaring away a hostile band with a few shots of his revolver, so Lumholtz told them to send her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1889

VOL. 1. NO. 51. J. D. KIRKWOOD. 1> is tv r^ i S r V I'ullmaii. Wat«hl«ston T>r. Ornca Horns: la. M. to 12 M. and Ito 4 P. M. STKWAHT BLOCK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN 4. CO., I ■«»■>s in Grain. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, barley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TEH. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets - §1,250,000 LOSSES PAID-FIVK million dollars. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WI3BIHJS, Aifi'iil. Pullman. J. WEBB. J V. WATT WE KB A WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office in Stewart Block. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TEH. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to Cutting: : mill : Trimming Ladies' and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: ibOiOOO $300,000 $500,000 . J'UiMI.AM) .... OREGON. W. V. WINDUS, Agent. Pullman, WuMliiuietoii Ter. MASON BROTHERS, ' Proprietor-* Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in nil kinds of Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1889

ten^rtf Superintendent / MOSCOW, LATAU CO., IDAHO. /MoS>o\\\ LATAII CO., IDAHO. f. Pinna and Specifications famished on short notice and on reasonable terms, Correspond ence solicited. Office in Baker's Bit', 25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law . —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the ('.juris of Washington and Idaho. Special ottcntion given to matters in Probate and Insolvency. Office in P. O. Ruildin;*, Main-fit. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDEK & CO., MANUrACTUBEHS OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & - MOSCOW. THE UNION Insurance Co. OF san FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. Tin" Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and S&!d, Have on band a number of choice bargains in FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. 83T" If yon want .1 Farm, don't make a deal until yon have examined our Li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1889

The Herald. Pnbli-h«l erery Saturday morning at Pull ■n". Whitman county. Washington Ter. Oregon Jtatlicay & Nov. Co. eabt-bound: Freight and Accommodation G.ljpm WKsrr-BOXjXD: Flight and Accommodation. „. SSi m Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Pawonger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9-02 a m (JOIN!) SOUTH: Passenger 7-? 5 P m Freight and Accommodation.... 3.20 P m E. F. (KAWFOKD, CONGBaSATKHiAL CHUHCH.—Services on vofond and fourth Sabiiat!..- of each month at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Sunday-school each Bab bntli ut 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8. Young People's meeting every Monday evening at 8. Communion sor >iee"si'ci>ud Sabbath in January. March. In, July, September ami November. E. C W. Hill, pMtor. MKTHOnibT EPISCOPAL rHUUCll.—Ser vices on nr*t und third Sabbaths of each month at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. Class meeting after each day service. Prayer meet ing every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ('. K. (imsoN. iiastur. [All communication...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 October 1889

yrURE rOF PICTURES. . /ins sweet the poet tings .-'.-> Aces I.iir to see: /yen as stroke lie wildly fling* /to win our ecstacy. yße writes of mother's whitened hair, The wr nkles on her brow; Of other facet watting there To greet us home, I trow. Be pens a lav of subtle bliss .Concerning one that's sweet. Who's ting with a true love kit* H s lips to fondly meet. I sing of i ne that's far above, 'Twill hunger's longing nil— The picture on the corner of A new five dollar bill. —Horace S. Keller, in St Louis Magazine TRAILING A THIEF. A. Detective's Long Chase After a Fugitive Cashier. From Minnesota Through Canada, En gland, France. Spain and Italy to Switz erland-A Clever Bum to Avoid Kxtraditlon Proceedings. While a murder la now and then committed without the murderer be ing brought to justice, and while a pro portion of burglars, robbers and em bezzlera are bound to escape arrest, from the nature of things, an experi ence of twenty years in criminal work has satisfied me that n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1889

VOL. 1. NO. 52. J. D. KIRKWOOD, , 1> E IV rJ? I S r l-ullmnu. WaNhlnston Ter. Okkick Hours :9a.m. to 12 m. and 1 to 4 p.m. - BTKWART BLOCK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN 4. CO., Dealers in CiSi-itiii. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, barley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets - £1,450,000 £ LOSSES PAID -FIVK MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. v. irmm, Ajr^iit, Pullman. J. WEBB. J r. WATT WEBB & WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office In Stewart Block. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TER. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and I lair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to Cutting: : mid : Trimming Ladies' and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: 1500000 $500,000 $500.000 PORTLAND - - OKKGON. W. V. WINDUS, Agent. Pullman, Vt'itMliinsloii Ter. MASON BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of Fresh an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1889

V np^r. white, Ldtect ana. Superintendent MOSCOW; LATAII CO., IDAHO. Plans fmd Specifications furnished on short -■ v notice and on , rea onril.le terms. Corrot-pond ..« i en.-c solicited. Oiliie in Hater's Block. 25 Moses Bull, Attorney at Law :-rv> •-. — AND— ~ ' Business Collector. • ..Will practice, in the Courts of Washington and v ' i- *: 'Idaho. . _ ■ Special attention given to matters in Probate ; ,' • ".-., , - . s and Insolvency. . Office in P. O. Boildlag, Xi»in-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAHDER & CO., MAMjFAcrcnsits or - BRICK and LIME, V Contractors and Builders. ' All work guaranteed .. PULLMAN - & - MOSCOW. THE UNION Insurance Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, - - $1,250,000. - LOSSES PAID—FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWXEN ft CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! -"" Real Estate Bought and Sold. ■ llave on hand a number of choice bargains in FARMINO LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. J3?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1889

The Heretic Published every Saturday morning at I 3inti, Whitman county, Washington Ter. ■ -■„.■...■ , . _ . • 'Oregon Utiihray &' _Y«r. Co. A" S "* "'' RABT-DOUND: " i t'reigkt and Accommodation .'..: 6.15 WEBT-BOUJ»D: V^ "<jht t«fJ Accommodation 9.58 A. 11. CHANDLER, Age* g^\S Xorlhern Pacific l!riilroc,il. , ,\\ r OOINO NOBTB: / < Pwotenijor '.;"•• 6.15 : / -Freight and Accommodation..,,-?... 9.02 ooi.no south/ Passenger A 7.05 Freight and Accommodation 8.20 | . E. F. CRAWFORD, j CONOREfiATIONAL CHURCH.—Services] htoikl and fourth Sabbaths of each monjf , j, 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Snndav-6chool M(ih 1 ■ l»(^et 10 a. m. Prayer-meeting every I «s n««ffiy evening at 8. Young People's me/1 \f every Monday evening nt H. ('ommunioi I vice second S:iM>ath in January, March. M J> July. September and November. E. •■ rr»*j Hill, jMistor. ] ,—I METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUHCnjrf fi>M on first and third Sabbaths nfrl month nt 11 a. m. «nd 7:SO p. m. »■• meeting after ejich day ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 October 1889

r^W-ROMANCE AND REALITY Mr. and Mm. KiUlgcr Moßwat'a 111-Fatad H "Wedding Journey. The sun never shone upon a lovelier : morning than that which ushered in the wedding day. of Billiger McSwat and Lobelia Grubb. " , Fat away in the dreamy distance ; stretched a landscape that seemed to Vibrate in the mellow haze of th« golden October day as if the unseen ■ Spirits that inhabit the air were beat- Ing- it with fairy wings in the irrepres sible exuberance of overflowing life and joy.' * ; ■"- [Copyright. All rights reserved.] Billiger and Lobelia McSwat had Just started on their wedding journey. Animated by the sincere and laudable purpose of affording no indication in their* manner, apparel, or behavior that .they were taking such a trip " Biliiger wore a suit of new black broad cloth, with a lavender necktie, and l,o' elia was attired in a silk dress of a delicate lilac tint, with no conspicuous laments except a large solitaire ring on one of the lingers of her left hand and a few ora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1889

VOL. 2. NO. I. J. O. KIRKWOOD. T> JS TV T I S T I'ullman. WHwhliißton •*•• Okficr Boom :la.m.to 12 M • "(i Ito4P. M. STKWAKT BLOCK. MAIN ST. E. H. LETTERMAN A. CO., Donloi's in 6rain< Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oat«, Ifarley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TEB. THE UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Ca*li Assets - $1,250,000 ——, —^ UMSBS PAID-KIVK MILLION DOW AltS The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WIXOVHi A(S«'iit. Pullman. J. WEBB. J. F. WATT IT£BBAWATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office In Stewart Block. PULLMAN", WASHINGTON TKR. H. C. WILLIAMSON, FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to Cut ling : ami : Trimming Ladies' anil Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: $500000 $500,000 $500,000 t-a^t^wiwiM niit^~~ iwfiwoNr r- W. V. INDUS, Agent. l'ulliiiuii, Washington Ter. MASON BROTHERS, Proprietor* Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of Fresh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1889

ROMANCE AND iTE ' :% d?^sßuperlnten(lent The sun never sb morning than that,ATAH CO., IDAHO, - wedding.' day v of ' Lobelia Gmbb.^ifieations famished on short '"'"'Fat. away reasonable terms. Correspond stretched a'" tm'iu Hak""*l!Wk" * vibrate in_T^T ~ golden ( Moses Bull, attorney at Law ' —AND— Business Collector. Will practice in the Courts of Washington and Idaho. Special Attention given to matters in Probate «uul Insolvency. Office in P. O. Building, Main-st. Pullman. TAYLOR, LAUDER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF BRICK and LIME, Contractors and Builders. All work guaranteed PULLMAN - & - MOSCOW. THE UNION liife_»tii*mit*c Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cash Assets, ■ ' - $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID— MILLION DOLLARS. The Favorite Coast Company. W. V. WINDUS, Agent, Pullman. E. W. DOWNEN & CO., Negotiators of FARM LOANS! Real Estate Bought and Sold. Have on hand a number of choice bargains in FARMING LANDS convenient to Pullman, on terms to suit purchasers. „• J3?- If yon want a Farm, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 November 1889

INSURE! WITH W. V. WINDUS. the pioneer in surance agent of Pullman. Repre senting the Oldest and Largest Fire Insurance Companies in England and America. Insure with a HOME AGENT who will PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all times. FIRE, LIFE, MARINE F. L. SANBORN & Co J GENERAL Harness and Saddlery DEALERS. Everything pertaining to the bnsiness kept in stock or manufactured to order on the shortest notice, and at lowest prices for No. 1 goods. Repairing, all Kinds in onr line, will be Promptly + Done! Located on Grand Street, PULLMAN, ----- Wash. Farmers! ciin find (lie best line of AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTd in the market at J. M. PRICE'S AGRIGULTR'L HALL. ( Heed & Peentis's Old Stand. ) Mitchell Farm Wagons and Hacks, Superior Broadcast Seeders and Drills, Canton "Clipper" Plow! and Harrows, are our specialties. The reputation of these goods speaks volumes. Agent for Osborne Binders, Haynes' Oregon Header, Battle Creek "Advance" Threshers and Engines, etc. I'our Patronage Solicite...

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