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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

Pullman Herald. PULLMAN, - , - W. T. The report that over 80,000 Knights of Labor throughout the country have left the order during the j past twelve month calls into p o- j priateiH-s the old proverb, "United j lyitini. fi"Hrf) we fall." I We [have the greatest Dumber of miles of railroad track of any country in the world, but the Argentine Re- ; public can beat us and every one else I for taking theirs straight. On the j road from Buenos Ayres to the foot> of the Andes is a retch ol 311 miles j »vithe'it a curve. Canada, with a debt relatively a dozen times as large as the United States, proposes to spend $220,000 a year, to which Great Biitain adds $80,000 more, to keep three steamers afloat on the Pacific, aiding the Cana dian Pacific to take the through trade of American lines. The greatest national debt among the nations of the ulobe is borne by France. It is about $0,250,000,000. Russia comes next, with $3,000,000, --000; then England, with $3,560,000, --000; Austro-Hunaar...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

FARM AND GARDEN. COW MAXCRE IN rASTCRE. The manure of a ruilkinir cow depen dent on pasture alone cannot bo very rich. '1 be fool is succulent and stirau- Inting to milk production, and this re moves most of the nitrogenous and inmcnil clementa that iho caw eats. If i lie cows aro yarded at n ght the more valr.aMe parts of Uielr manure are left in the farm\ aid. ; STRAWBERRY PLANTS. T ie sooner strawberry plants are set fnii In Jaly or-August the better chance for a crop next Spring. If a large patch is to bn sot, wait (or a rainy time, ii;; ( t their ijto rth be not too much checked. Frequent hoeing ami stop ping the prowiii of runners will make ihe hills tur fty. All the fruit buds for next Summer's crop must, however, be formed Ihia fa '. JIILDEW ON LATE PEAS. Owing lo mildew peas sown late sel dom amount to much. Occasionally there is a cool, moist time as tlie pods lire setting; wh cii prevents mildew from spreuding; but the vinos do not it su freely as those which made their l...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

J. D. KIRKWOOD, DENTIST, PULLMAN, W. T. Office Honrx: 9a. m. to 12 m., and 1 to 4 p. m. STEWART HACK, MAIN ST. BARNEY HATTRUP, proprietor Pullman Sample Room COtt. of MAIN and OKANB STS. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Perfect order maintained and Rpntlo manly treatment to every one. PULLMAN, - - W. T. WILLIAM NEWTON, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PULLMAN, W. T. Money to Loan on Real Estate at tho Lowest llates of Interest. All Ix-gal Business promptly attended to. Taxes paid for non-residents. Collections promptly made and remitted. INSURE! WITH W. V. WIN'DI'S, the pioneerin- Buranco agent o f Pullman. Repro pents the Oldest and largest. Fire Insurance Com]>anies in England and America. Insure with a HOME AGENT who will PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all times. Fire! Life! Accident! DID YOU KNOW THAT The Washington Imports Co. was located only half a miie~*"-°* *'-* PULLMAN, W..T—-TV . ""lW „.,■' „.J»-"" "■'■' -»'>ls 18SOi . , ;iTT there yon can buy - .»»*"■ IMPORTED, English Shir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 December 1888

Supplement to PULLMAN HERALD KNAPP, BURRELL & COMPANY, The Leading Lines of Farm Implements, Hull (IK Illf MONITOR DRILLS A SEEDERS, GALE SPRING TOOTH SEEDERS, GARDEN CITY PLOWS, the celebrated F. D. GANGS, MoOORMICK and DEEDING HAR VESTING MACHINERY, BAIN WAGONS, RACINE HACKS, COLUMBUS AND E. & F. BUGGIES, ETC. Please Drop In and Look Us Over. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON TEHKITOBY. ! AT entire to ! at General goods buy I j get while call per THAN J have j^f" that. of well-selected beeold I T. S. - |3F" a cost. will noli! J C. 8. MASON, - - (IkandSt. - - PULLMAN W.T. STAYER & WALKER Dealfrt- i:i • Farm comprising STUDEBAKEE FARM AND SPRING WAGONS. LITTLE GIANT GANG PLOWS. J. I. CASE WALKING AND SULKY PLOWS. KEYSTONE DISC HARROW. THE STANDARD SPRING TOOTH HARROW. CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW. ACME PULVERIZING SUPERIOR STEEL LAND-ROLLERS BARLEY CRUSHERS. HOOBIEB SEEDEBS t DRILLS. HOOSIER PRESS DRILLS. BUCKEYE-FEED MILL k POWER. DIAMOND FEED MILLS, Dedrick Hay Presses 808 SLEICJHS, ROSS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1888

TO RENT. Store in a central location. Inquire at the Pullman bank. 3t2 FOR SALE. A good, new cooking-stove, with all its fixtures, for sale cheap. Inquire of M. S. Phillips. 3tf FOR SALE. A first-class roller chop-mill, with all connections complete. Capacity, 30 tons b day. Enquire of R. Lanning or W. V. Windus. 4tf HORSES BROKEN. Persons wishing to have colts and horses broken, either to harness or sad dle, or both, should bring them to Frank Trcax, Pullman. Terms rea sonable. 6w2 MONEY TO LOAN. I have unlimited capital to loan at a low Ate of interest in sums to suit bor rowers on corresponding time on first mortgage in Whitman county, Wash ington territory, Latah and Nez Perce counties, Idaho. Borrowers will do well to call upon or address me at Pullman, W. T. (2tf) W. M. Chambers. ESTRAY NOTICES. One bay colt, branded gB on left shoulder. Liberal reward paid for the delivery of this colt to B. M. Booth, 4 miles southeast of Pullman. 5w2 One dark-brown filly, 2 years old last sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1888

Pullman Herald. PULLMAN, - - W. T. WOMEN AS TELEGRAPH OPERATORS. They are l<rlglit,Rellable,and a Good Many or 'Jliem as Able as Men. There isn't a busier spot In all New V'ork than tha operating room of the "Western Union Telegraph Company. X Mail and Exprest reporter happen ed in there a few days ago to inquire about a press message that had gone astray. Manager Dealy "called up" a distant city to make an inquiry, and while waiting for the reply fell to talk ing of the 500 operators in the big room. One third were women. There wasn't a rush of business? and so the operators had little to da Some of the women are handsome. All were tastily dressed. The majority looked rosy and healthy. They all wore a jaunty air, us well as fash ouably cat gowns. Some wore busy sending or . receiving message?. Those who hadn't Ml* messages to send were leading books or papers. Some were «ngagud in fancy work or knitting. It was a great bijr happy faiuilr, and an occasional ring of a woman's musi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1888

UP A PLUM TREE. Imprisonment, Resell* and the Tri umph or Love. Tlease, sir," said old Zaruiah, the louse-keeper, "there's a man up in the >lnm-treel"f :• -'■'. "Up lv the plum tree!,' repeated Mr. drown. "And what's he doing up in he plum tree? It ain't the tme o' 'oar for ripe plums." "No," said Zeruiah, giving tho fry ng pan that she was cleaning an extra icrape with the knife. But it's always ime o' year for young men to make ools of themselves, and the third irancli of that 'ar plum tree ia on a me with the window of Arabella Ar len's room." •Eh?" said Mr. Brown, dropping his iewßp»per and opening his eyes Tory ride. "As trao as you lira, §ir." said Ze ■niali. "But that was precisely what my m>tiier sent her down here for," said tin Brown, contracting his bald fore sead into innumerable wrinkles. ''To teep her out of Hubert Wyntou's war 'Humph!" said Zeruiah. "The vorld is wide,but it ain't wide enough 3 keep two fools apart" 'Up in the plum tree, is ho?" said Ifr. Brown,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 December 1888

J. D. KIRKWOOD, DENTIST, PULLMAN, W. T. Office Hoars: 9a. m. to 12 m., and 1 to 4 p. m. STKWART BLOCK, MAIN ST. BARNEY HATTRUP, proprietor Pullman Sample Room COR. of MAIN and GRAND STS. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Perfect order maintained and gentle manly treatment to every one. PULLMAN, - - W. T. WILLIAM NEWTON, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PULLMAN, W. T. Money to Loan on Real Estate at the Lowest Ratee of Interest. All Legal Bnsinoaa promptly attended to. Taxes paid for non-residents. Collections promptly made and remitted. INSURE! WITH W. V. WINDUS, tho pioneer in surance agent of Pullman. Repre sents the Oldest anil Largest Fire Insuranco Companies in England and America. Insnre with a HOME AGENT who will PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all time*. Fire! Life! Accident! DID YOU KNOW THAT— The WasMngton Import 1 g Co. was located only half a m\!o liist of PULLMAN, W. T. Tills is so, and there ycii can buy 111 POUTED. English Shire AND Cleveland Bay STALLIONS. ALSO, GENUINE Hanible...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1888

VOL. 1. NO. 7. J. D. KIRKWOOD, X> E IX TI S T, Pall man. \V»Mhi)i2ton TVr. Office-Hours : 9 a. m. to 12 m.. and 1 to 4 p. m. STKVVART BLOCK, MAIN ST. IE. H. LETTERMAN & CO., Dealers in Orain. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, barley and Flax. PULLMAN", - WASHINGTON TER. WILLIAM NEWTON. Attorney and Counselor at Law, PULLMAN, W. T. Money to loan on real •state at the lowest rates of Interest. All lefral baa^iess promptly attended to. Taxes paid for non-residents. Col lections promptly made and remitted. H. J. WKBB. WEBB & WATT, Physicians and Surgeons Are Prepared to Treat All Special Diseases. Office in Stewart Block. PULLMA.F, WASHINGTON TER. 11. C. WILLIAMSON, — FASHIONABLE — Barber and Hair Cutter. Special Attention is Given to Cutting : and : Trim in ills' Ladies' and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER. PACIFIC INSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK : $500000 $500,000 $500,000 PORTLAND - - OREGON. W. V, WINDUS, Agent. I'liUniiiii. Washington Ter. MASO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1888

The Heretld. (URGENT A NEILL, Pobubhkbs. J. J. SARGENT, • . Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: If paid in advance, $2.00 per Year. If not paid in advance 2.50 per Year. Six Months only 1.25 in adv'ce ADVERTISING RATES Are liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Ijegal Notices at the legal rate*. Gimusa trial. Entered at tho Post OIKoe for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Rates. The Spokane Review, in its last issue, prints what it claims is a " correct" list of the membership of the next territorial legislature and omits our Representa tive A. T. Fariss (rep.) from said list, while including J. V. O'Dell (dem.) elected, and J. S. Eenn (rep.) defeated. Such correctness needs correction. The Goldendale Sentinel says: It is a disgrace to the town that not a public meeting, a social gathering, a party, or even an assembly of religious worshipers can get together without more or less interruption from drunken hoodlums, and in almost every instance they are boys ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1888

TO RENT. Store in a central location. Inquire at the Pullman bank. 3t2 CHRISTMAS DANCE. At Reaney's hall, Pullman, on Christ mas night, Dec. 25th. A first-class time guaranteed. Supper served at the hall. Tickets, including supper, 82.50 per couple; without supper, $1.50. 7w2 HORSES BROKEN. Persons wishing to have colts and horses broken, either to harness or sad dle, or both, should bring them to Fbank Truax, Pullman. Terms rea sonable. 6w2 SHOOTING MATCH. There will be a grand turkey, chicken end glass-ball shooting match at Pull man the day before Christmas and day before New Year's, commencing at 10:30 a. m. each day. Everybody cordially invited to bring their guns and partici pate.. Don't forget the days. 7w2 A. Eeajtet, Manager. MONEY TO LOAN. I have unlimited capital to loan at a low rate of interest in sums to suit bor rowers on corresponding time on first mortgage in Whitman county, Wash ington territory, Latah and Nez Perce counties, Idaho. Borrowers will do well to coll u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 December 1888

job peinting. Plain or Fancy, in Bla,ck or Colored Inks, on any desired quality of paper, promptly executed St PILMIAK HKKAM> OKFICE. We pay Express chances in returning orders sent by mall. ALFRED WINDUS, Manufacturer of BOOTS, SHOES and SLIPPERS KOR FOR L, AI>»EW AND (iEXTS WEAR. Repairing oT All Kinds Promptly Attended to. NODINE BLOCK, - ;• PULLMAN W. C. LAUDER. GUST WIKLUND. Lauder & Wiklund. GENERAL CONTRACTORS IN Earth, Brick and Stone. Contracts will be made in any part of the county and satisfaction guaran teed in all our work. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. INSURE! WITH W. T. WISJDITB, the pioneer in surance agent of Pullman. Repre sents 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! Accident! MARK C. TRUES PALACE LIVERY STABLE PULLMAN, W. T. The Finest of Teams, Saddle- Horses and Buggies Al ways on Hand, And Drivers Supplied When Denired Rates Are Reasonable....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

VOL. 1. NO. 8. j. D. KIRKWOOD, X> J3 NTI S T, mil man. Washington Ter. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m . and 1 to 4 p. m. STEWART BLOCK. MAIS ST. E."H. LETTERMAN & CO., Dealeis in Grain. Highest market price paid for Wheat, Oats, Barley and Flax. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TER. WILLIAM NEWTON. Attorney anil Counselor at Law, PULLMAN, W. T. aH.'mlJl to Tnxc--, paid for non regents, tol lections promptly made ana remitted. H. J. WEBB." J *■ WAIT WEBB & 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 : and : Tri«U«i"g Ladies 1 and Children's Hair. Hot and Cold Baths. PULLMAN, WASH. TER. PACIFIC IXSURANCECO CAPITAL STOCK: $500000 8500,000 $500,000 PORTLAND - - OREGON. W. V. WINDUS, Agent. I'ullmau. Wellington TVr. MASON BROTHERS, Proprietors Pullman Meat Market. Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meat. Specialti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

(The Herald. SARGENT & NEILL, FrßixsirEßS. jp. J. SAKGKiVT. - - Editor. •X TKKMS OF SUBSCIttPTION: l/f paid in advance, $2.00 per Year. /if not paid in advance . ...... 2.50 pur Yiwr. ' Six Months only 1.25 in adv'ce ADVERTISING KATES , Are liberal, and mode known on application in \ j person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal ;-1 rates. Give us a trial. \ .^^^"^ I Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in || the Hails at Second-Class Kates. A Bright Outlook. [Tacoma Journal. Another year will witness a greater f activity in railroad building than ever before. Two reasons exist therefor. First, as is generally the case in all ex * tensive business and speculative enter- I prises, a halt is called, and caution ob : served the year of a presidential election which may, one way or another, through a change in governmental policy, effect .values—may retard or promote business prosperity. Second, the great transcon tinental lines have, the past year, been mill-shilling their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

I -■■'V ,i»- Tf -■ - ~ *'*v -. -. - ,_S33l _;_ — *■\/<Y/£cr—-3s\ I CHRISTMAS l&>f t'J ■ vl>^* ■" *L f"n!i --• y&'k! It V"^ r'^ =^««^ Icy and chill, W %£^J^ IK Littleearewe; \sirf) W^Lf bXv "«>» «" f''nr V*S\V « '•*?§{^'.«', >\ » Weather with vs Witr\VWy out >^s XJJUV,/' Bhettewd about N\ |^i-^i-Vsr Tho mahogany Thackeray. '" "LONG A7^^!E I KNOWED." BY JAMES WIIITCOMB EILEV. This delicious win of the Iloosior poet I is hefFfirVsented. with duo apologies to I Judge; which first printed it: Jes' a little bit o' feller—l remember still— . t'st to almost cry fer Christmas, tike a youngster wa Fourth: p' .lul notliin' to it!— New Year's ain't a ; smell!— ■•■ '' > <• Easier Sunday—Circus day—Jes' all dead in the ; shell: ' i • Lords.-.thoush :at night, you know, to set around j and hear ■• ' _" rhe old folks work the story oil about the sledge and deer, . . I i And "Sauty" tkootin' round the roof, all wrapped , | in I in-and fuzz- - •■ ; Long afore .1 knowed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

llr. iSvui'l:a dosed cao eye, thrust bis tt~^ut late Ins ch«k nad ctrol'.'~\ £ov.-;i the »-£*!«£, tjV-tz«\ujg etrwst ot Braaslingdoo, »!•> j-iti i."si?iAi!?szlt csassioa; vc^alit}-. I/* CHAPTER IL :' Its c caul! c:uutry toT7n it is impossible thtt t-iiTt'ti^s can bo kept secret, except fnirvifci', t^d then rumcr points to -go lui.iy probable criminals that justice and ijitsitivo policemen become lost in surmise, nal embarrass the Innocent that the guilty mcy go tree. Slow to detect murder, the f>roYlnckl Intellect U swift at the discovery of love. Had Romeo met Juliet at a fancy J>ftll 111 I'6ddllr.2bani f Instead of at a mas querade in Verona, and afterwards prowled about the garden of his mistress' father's house, the Signori Capulet and Montague. would have been informed of the occurrences early on the following morning by several competent and credible eye witnesses—all of the gentler sex, and the majority on the other side of flve-and-thirty years of age. It was Christ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

placed so near the summit ot tlie lull, mrc so it is, and all bat a few of the farmers around about have to toil upwards in order to reach the half docen stores there and the three churches, l'erhaps tho original settlers of western Massachusetts had an eye, or two, for the beat iiful, for there is not a habita tion in Berkshire county that commands a more extensive or picturesque view. The natives of Tilbury seldom mention the scen ery, but not many years ago it attracted the admiration of wealthy people from a dis tance, and they set up their summer hornet there. It made a marked change in the vil lage, the more because a portion of the new comers found it pleasureable to remain through the winter. It was thus that evil eijjlfred and brought unhappiness to Heze kiah Martin. My mind wanders back to that time when as a child I listened to his stentorian tenor voice leading the singing from tho choir loft of>the ancient Congregationalist church. Thl^yo were two long services every...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

II CHRISTMAS time. WHAT CAME OF KILLING A UICTI UNCLE. By MARK LEMON. I. "Dance with me, Letty Green," said George Poynter, to a pretty girl with blue eyes and "hair that shamed the morn." Her ample ball dress was of the purest ■white muslin, fastened at the sleeves and round the waist with blue ribbon —bluer than her eves. "Yes," answered Letty, "I want to dance with you." The dance at an end, Letty tried to smooth her golden curls into order with her little hands, and then, opening her pretty blue eyes to their full, said: "George Poynter, I should like some orange." "Yes, Letty," said the young gentle man addressed; "and there's lemonade and negus and such a sponge cake." "I liko dancing with you better than any one, Letty," said George, to his pretty partner. "Do you? Why?" replied Letty, her voice rather obstructed by the sponge cake. "I think it is because I like you—you are so pretty," replied the young gallant. "You musift say that, or mamma will Bcold you, Georgy. She. scol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

TO RENT. ' -;V Storo in a central location. Inquire at the Pullman bank. 3t2 CHRISTMAS DANCE. [i ' At Reaney's hall, Pullman, on Christ mas night, Doc. 25th. A first-class time guaranteed. Supper served at the •* hall. Tickets, including supper, $2.50 per couple; without supper, $1.50. 7w2 HORSES BROKEN. i - Persons wishing to have colts and ■^lorses broken, either to harness or sad dle, or both, should bring them to Frank Tbtjax, Pullman. Terms rea sonable. 6w2 SHOOTING MATCH. There will be a grand turkey, chicken and glass-ball shooting match at Pull man ,the day before Christmas and day before New Year's, commencing at 10:30 a. m. each day. Everybody cordially invited to bring their guns and partici pate.. Don't forget the days. 7w2 A. Reaney, Manager. MONEY TO LOAN. I have unlimited capital to loan at a low rate of interest in sums to suit bor rowers on corresponding time on first mortgage in Whitman county, Wash ington territory, Latah and Nez Peree counties, Idaho. Borrowers w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 December 1888

JOB PRINTING. Plain or Fancy, in Black or Colored Inks, en »ny desired quality of paper, promptly executed *l I'l 1.1 «AY HERALD OFFICE. We pay Express charges in returning orders sent by mail. ALFRED WINDUS, .Manufacturer of BOOTS, SHOES and SLIPPERS FOR FOR LADIES' AX I) VESTS 4 WBAR. Repairing of All Kinds Promptly Attended to. NODINE BLOCK, - - PULLMAN W. C. LAUDER. GUST WIKLUND. Lauder & Wiklund. GENERAL CONTRACTORS IN Earth, Brick and Stone. Contracts will be made in any part of the county and satisfaction guaran teed in all our work. PULLMAN, - WASHINGTON TKR. INSURE! . WITH W. V. WIXUIH, the pioneer in surance agent of Pullman. Repre sents the Oldest and Largest Fire Insurance Companies in Kngland and America. Insure with a HOME AGENT who will PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS at all times. Fire! life! Accident! MARK C. TRUES PALACE LIVERY STABLE PULLMAN, W. T. The Finest of Teams, Saddle- Horses and Buggies Al ways on Hand, And Drivers Supplied When Weslred Rates Are Reasonable. "...

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