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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 September 1903

CHIFFONIERS and dhlssers hey'"re ne%v designs I■;sr d s Lye fA n pie, i{ f! d Quarter • a wees ' 1 " I: - - « - 1-05I1C fii.c I'ticki; tor your inspection. IMiIRFSDOUBLE STORE CIIKNF.K I il l II and IAIN itffliili • [anger and wife of Dayton | : at the State today. s: ■ rry, mayor of Prescott. ■ city yesterday afternoon. . of the thriving little town at• • i", is in the city today. shawr. a well known Dixie \\ as a Walla Walla visitor 0. Mills, a prominent resi- Wau.sburg, is among visitors ■ . today. - Fastings, a railroad man of in the city, registered at tl< State. Cullingv ood. a prominent f th ■ Alto district, is among - t' the city today. an! Bandy left yesterday ■■ t an extended visit with iewiston. V.'-ior Hunziker will return a fiom a visit with her sister, > Hun/.iker, at Pendleton. Eastman, manager of the j < r company's -tore, is en-J * laskan trip of several i t ion. V.'. Pearson, manager of j koto! ar.rl a farmer on | ; flat is in the city! ness. : of Miss Kit...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 September 1903

U/ITH M'RP!iYC tt Ii ft M Dkiil£ !ii Opposition lit the Railroad i.bl)!)v. % n mm i\Ti:nvii;n Deep-.res People of This State Are T.t?d of Railroad lnteiferer.ee in Politics. ' - i". ?- T ooiv cf Walla Walia fir.l vnr r ;>f Washington, pres ' < ' Ihiker-Boyer National loiik, ami p.ti>irlarl> accredited lead er ;it" the anti-Ankenv faction of the !-'i»t>.'i:can party in the new senator's home i .unity, save to a reporter for the Seattl Times at The Washington Saturuday the first interview on Washington politics he has given out far publication since the recent inu '•'< !a! < leci: >;i in Walla Walla, in which the political faction to which he belongs iiave a sound drubbing to the Ankeny machine. In the c "irse of the conversation (!» v :nor .\iuore cave it as his opin ion that unless the railroad political organisation in this state makes, within the very rear future, a very ratii-'ai chance in the nature and scop,' of i— political activities, the railroads win...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 September 1903

COWING EVENTS. , -t Valley Fuuit Fair, W'al r. raber 28 to October 4. Spokane, September 29' ,;i National Guard en-; a ■ American lake, Sep- : I ■■ 1 ! tj . of County Superin-j Olympia, September 28-30.11 ('i t Fire Chiefs, Olym-1 r:,i>. r 22-25. ai: s. Carnivals, Etc. >11 State Fair, North Ya-j • .!<•: 2S —Ootob r 3. Fair, Spokane, October j County Fair, Davenport,' 1.1- 0" -'oocr 1--I*. Fair, Lewiston, October; Fair, Moscow, Septem-j ~ • ,j.-ber 2. al Fair races, Boise,! Lewiston, November 1 I s ate Fair, Salem, Sep-j r-' •rn Oregon District) fair, Eugene, September 29-Qctoberj Co'iaty Fair, Burns,' Ore.,! I* 14-: M. Antelope, Ore., September " ~ ir an.l race meet, Port- Eastern Oregon District} i*a!le>, September 21-2 H. I Co r.ty Fair, Klamath! ( : O tober C-. I ounty Jockey Club meet, j Priueville, Ore., October 27-29. C ■ur.cy Fair, Toledo, Ore., ■ (Idaho) Street Fair, i October 1. | and OctoV r 1, 2,! •t fair at Grangeville. ■v. pave a portrait of the | Righatch, ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 September 1903

Conducts .! Sefo, Conscr.ative Busintss ANI) T HI-" \C CO '"Vis OK CIST O- Mi'RS AND OTHKK Al-l-ATRS ARK KKI'T STRICTLY PRIVATE. CALL AND SEE US ,T. 1,. KI^AM LOCAL ITEMS. Bert Y >rU !"i't for Wai'tsburg today, when> Ih' will lie employed in dental parlors for two weeks. William Briley ant! C. P. Shangle, promir.'-nt Milton people, are register ed a; th 1 1 >aeres today. A car each of mixed fruits and on ions will be shipped to eastern points by the Walla Walla Produce company tonight. Walla Wallans got their first sight of winter yesterday morning, the highest p r aks in the Blue mountains east of the city showing pure white in the glistening sunlight. Guy Bartlett, formerly a well known school teacher in Walla Walla coV.inty has graduated from the law depart ner.: of Ap Arbor and returned to t!> U < it. . Mr. P.nrtlett contemplates op- ning an in Walla Walla. i>. K Hedgor, of lower Dry creek was in Ji" ci f y today'and reported .75 i f an : nch raimal] in that lo...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. boundary COMMISSION Opens Its Session In London Today. f NGLtSH COUNSELOR FINDLAY Ca ed Down by Judge Alverstone, Chairman of the Commission, Who Appears Friendly. : : .n, Sept. 15. —The Alaskan : v commission met in the for • today. All the commis : - wro present as well as a lawyers for England and The chief counsel for these - wiil have a say while the act as an advisory board. ■'ati>rs included Ambassador ; k i Chief Justice Fuller, Bric : y General Findlay opened .ngs in behalf of England, territory involved great v • chief question i's access from British territory. . ve a historical review of and started to real offi : ts. Dord Chief Justice ■ n aairman of the commis t. d and said that all perfectly familiar with so that there was no to them only by number. .a; . -at between Root and ■ whom he is friendly. As . . u, :1 d give the victory to . tins friendliness combined! v • v I dent desire to expedite :■-.a -> is regarded as an ex £," ....

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

Henry F. niller & Sons' Piano Again Triumphant St. Paul's School For Girls Purchased one of these highly artistic makes for their music hall to be used in concert work. The design of case is strictly ««nilleronian," chaste and re fined, and is styled OLD VIRGINIAN in appreciation of the beautiful old colonial styles of the early days of Virginia. : : : : : We show during this week a Henry F. Miller piano in design after the style of FRANCIS I. Henry F. FlUier Pianos are not the Cheapest, but the Best ------ DIYELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. 5i EAST HAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge Calling C.' ir< 1 s 111 vitnt io i i Wedding Stationery AT HOriE CARDS MENU CARD 5....... ami cz t'ryfhing in the nature of mam ran. * We have an excellent line of samples of the approved forms for soeiety printing and customers are assured that their printing will be done in the right way. : : : : ; q South Third Strccct Tclcphonc Main 12; lis Situ Men His Special Line. r>;■ I y-.-ur son specialize alo...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

I ■ cL'IT COURT JUDGES ARRIVE. c c-.ons Open in Federal Building Tomorrow. ■ (_—The autumn meeting of • t'd States circuit court con re Moil.lay morning. The ( *' the court which will sit William B. Gilbert, of Port ■ge Erskine M. Ross, of Los ami Judge WiP'am W. Mor gan Francisco. All the judges :i S aftle last night and reg it; the Washington hotel. ! ank I). Monckton was with as were also Mrs. Ross and v . \!urrow. will open in the federal court ;h o'clock in the morning •lT iiue for four 01- five days. expect to finish their r, re in time to open court in Saturday. While the num ases on the docket is not r.;e are very important, and .;on? handed down will doubt a far-reaching effect. i.]>le realize it, but the court i venes tomorrow is reallly, : .use, the supreme court of States. Previous to IS9I ns were iierformed by the >urt, but it was found that >. ;.s more work than the court ;; S ]>:ise of. in consequence, the States was divided into nine . iiis a:. l a court ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 05 One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCR IPPS-M'R AE. and is »y far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Wednesday fair; light frost tonight. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS? In and around Walla Walla the tendency is to grow nothing but wheat and pay no attention to live stock. A few cows are kept about the farm to provide milk for the table, and there may be a pig or two wandering around to get rid of the garbage, but h...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

fii I FED .N! ER S \\i) DRESSERS he\'re revv designs i hirus Bye Maple, and Quarter Sawed Gak - - - - some line hail racks fur your inspection. [SDIKT'SDOLBLE STORE I ill M:R FIFTH and MAIN j§f If !L IfS or TONY i I n ris and wife of Clyde are th( State today. i! and wife of Waitsburg at the State today. ' inn, an old time resident is in the city, registered —ri- r & Co.'s saloon at No. i'hir.l street has been opened ! a" on, who has been in the . ral days, left for his >";arbuok this morning. ill and Hiram Brown, two wn youths of Dayton, have ai in the city to enter college. Sc'.inenbvrg. a prominent the Eureka Hat district, was :• Wulla visitor this morning. J. V. Lewis, justice of the Wallula precinct, was in i st onlay afternoon on busi- Xat Hart has gone to the state en the militia at American t!:.' Waitsburg company as lhalbury, one of Eureka , mors and business men, i Walla visitor yesterday (!. es and George Mc ive tomorrow for Peter o top of the mountain : . veral da...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

.4 BOGUS Plan! Lorak'dinTacoiiiu In Mlrw lie!!. HtWAi Till: ilini iiI'EiUTOK Served a Tern-, in t'i e Oregon State Prison—!s Now in Seattle Jail. Si . —('apt. B. V*. Doll, in charge •'l 11:o I nite Stati - sc ret service liert lias coir. ~!eted the collection of evidence in tie case against Mrs. Roeper, arrested a month ago at his instance in Taconia aiul held for trial before the I'uited States court on a charge of counterfeiting. At the home of the woman at Des Moines. Wash . where she lived be fore comine 1:, re, Capt. Dell secured a :.n can which had been buried in *he garden, containing ?!'.75 in bogus 25- cent piece- ami $135 in bad $5 gold piecos. A large amount of babbit metal. gas retorts and other para- I'liernalia used in making bad money were also secured, and at the present time the case >f the United States is complete. Mrs. Roe per was formerly the wife of Char' >s Johnston, who at the pres ent time war l :? as a laborer for the Seattle Elecrie company. In IS9O,...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

ViNG EVENTS. I a Valley Fruit Fair, Wal js 10 October 4. Uai:-\ September 29 National Guard en ■ American lake, Sep of County Superin uil mpia, September 28-CO. -t Five Chiefs, Olvm ! _ Carnivals, Etc. State Fair, North Ya ber 2S —October 3. Fair, Spokane, October I mty Fair, Davenport, : r, Lewiston, October Moscow, Septem ; Fair races, Boise, : , Lewiston, November - hern Oregon District September 29-October c.'iuity Fair, Burns, Ore., Oi "., September it and race meet, Port •rn Oregon District September 21-26. :y Fair, Klamath F . . 1 October 6-. Jockey Club meet, Pi • . lie. Ore., October 27-29. mry Fair, Toledo, Ore., (I ;:i'io) Street Fair, October 4. ' and October 1, 2, ?: t'air at Orangeville. h i.K i^ALuON ! . *CHTOLD, Prop. ■ wines, liquors, cigars, treatment to our cus- DO YOU KNOW T1 >;it the news of the day is read in evening .! l'r< >111 12 TO 14 HOURS : • i«■ il* morning competitors? WHICH DO YOU PREFER > read today's news this evening or to 's news tomorr...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 September 1903

Conducts a Safe, Conservative Business \NI> thk \cror.vTs ok custo- MERS AN"I> OTHI'R AFFAIRS ARK KI-.I'T STKICTLV PRIVATK. CALL AND SEE US ♦T. I>. EI^A3I HOG INDUS IRY INCREASES. Thousands Shipped Yearly to Outside Markets a*.d Thousands More Bought for Home Use. I')espi;" the Union's lugubrious edi torial this morning 011 the hog indus try in the Walla Walla valley in which the assertion is made that hog-raising aii an in,!i; try is not practiced, facts and figur -s obtained from dealers to >lay tend to disprove the statement. The Walla Walla Meat company sinie January 1 of the present year has shipped' to Sound wholesalers an average of ver one car of hogs per week. Eac' 1 car was loaded with an a-vej-agp of iMi head, making the total duidlht shipped lor the year approxi mately head. In a Hit ion to this the firm buys for noa>> trade an average of 250 head jht or 3«H)0 per year, all btuurfr: \vi:'. :i a radius of ten miles ■of Walla aia. Tiie total receipts from...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

VOLUME 30. PRESIDENT DISAVOWS Intention of Meddling hi the Politics Of \tw YORK OK OTHER CITIES Sa/s He Considers It No Part of His Duty as the Chief Executive. X, w York, Sept. 16—The president .noon authorized the follow _ ,Mtcment relative to his position ... t ro the mayorality campaign SYv. York. The president has not intt r!', reil and won't interfere in any UVl v. any shape or manner for or i_ the nomination of any candi ■ mayor. As an irfdividuai he v interested in the success of r !i : <.v-miiont for good government Y"rk or any other city in the ir (■(.<■« not regard it as any . duty as president o use i.n to in any way influence • i! flections. .-■'. dent after visiting Ellis is - a midnight train for An t ietam. Telephone Exchange Burns. K .'. < ity, Mo., Sept. 16.—Fire . iossed wires destroyed the M.. Kansas Telephone com- ;a:\- i-vhange this morning, ren .j >- 1.-ss 2500 long distance tele -sih*m in the business ser • city. Two hundred and • • u - are out of...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

Henry F. j Hiiler & Sons' l I Piano Again . Triumphant St. Paul's School For Girls Purchased one of these highly artistic makes for their music hail to be used in concert work. The design of case is strictly " flilleronian," chaste and re fined, and is styled OLD VIRGINIAN in appreciation of the beautiful old colonial styles ot the early days ol Virginia. : : : : : We show during this week a Henry F. Miller piano in design after the style of ciu\if jc * * \\/AiNw!J I» Henry F. HiSier Pianos are not the Cheapest, hut the Lest = = = = = -* DWIILF.Y-HERRiCK MSiC CO. EAST fIAiN Four Doors Above the Bridge Ca 11 i ri£ Cards I nvitations VI eddHiig Stationery AT" HOflE CARDS MENU CARDS.... ... ami everything in the nature ot :f,.• 80GIEIYISII1. We have an excellent line of samples of the approved forms for soeiety pr : nting and customers are assured that their printing will be done in the right way. : : : 9 South Third Strccct Telephone Moan 123 "V. hy do so many writers use that I a...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

Til f[T SEfIJO (HIT tf THE FKAMIISE . plan of Senator Carrnack, of Tennessee, for Settling the Race Question. Tenn. —From the stand * outhern interest the for*h of congress probably most m< morable sihee ttie .■■■turning board discussion ..n>. t.ie Tilden-Hayes iiit'-.-t, or since the vividly . I ti!t in the senate beh (Ctfuj and resourceful La .vi.-issippi, and the eloquent : New York. : \V. Carmack, the junior rep . ;.tati*'V of Tennessee in the up . ; :a;:rh of the national congress, i ; r ! the creator and forceful lead (r thin new-born interest in con r. • , •! proceedings. In the next this young exponent of ■ ;u iiey democracy will introduce the senate for the repeal of • , : i amendment of the federal ( ,c ;■ kion, the intent of which is shall be no discrimination ? citizen of the United States ( i i-;- of color, religion or a previ , . 1i- oil of servitude. n a word, Senator Carmack would • toward the permanent solu the vexing negro question as . !•: -.'iited to the so...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail). • • in advance $ 6 00 Six months 3 One month by carrier One week by carrier lo Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daiij is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER 1 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change cf advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by tjie hour of 10 o'clock a. m. tc insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Thursday fair. IS PROJECT ABANDONED? It is rumored that two of the county commissioners have decided to aban don the proposed building of a costly county poor house, owing to the al most unanimous public sentiment against the proposition. It is to oc hoped that this report is true. As for the political beari...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

! >t ■!■' • lav of your . t s >'U e one of the CHiNA CLOSETS . ( •.'!u)v*'iuw- They're ~ks a"<l fitted with -' A - i• 1 front. ,c'oi ihci ire topped ' . \ '• i iri r«»rs tastily DRESSING TABLES ; .r I.- I'yc Maple and RT'SDOUBLE STORE iriicr Fifth and Main. ~ [Hi BIS df lill 11.. Cox of Prescott is a today. Wiley of Waitsburg Is the State today. of Clyde station is trans its in Walla Walla today. • ! v of the Stanley Music !« r Starbuck this morning business tiip. - C. Moore returned yes i rnoun from a two weeks' . the Alaskan coast. Snarrv, F. "W. Johns, C. F. ani.d J. C. Riley, all well \\*:s" 1:: la residents, are among to Walla Walla today. Victor 11' : . : ker has returned a \cry pb-a.-.a t visit with her Mrs. Louis Hunziker, at Pen , : Ol- n who has been spend va< ation visiting his parents, Mrs. A. B. Olson of this city, N w York last night to re , ■' imbla college. S Taer ha- been notified that •it' board of barber examiners Walla Walla September 24 applicants. T...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

ONE-EYED WALT'S YH J!v Clarence I- Lower. i >fii inoiViirT when we was a-cruis- j J i t(■ ,it; ;i i;i )uj) d' the South sea Is iaivi . • ■ .»<1 a strange craft J h« a. in <! wn < : u- a few p'nts off j our h • I'ow c'u'dn't quite make * 'or • it at : ..a. hut when she come a- •' ite.it v. . a. a hen-coop float- ' in* i n th water, an' thet settin' strad t. ti.t ; wa> a man —a sailor, by ' cut i.. .... . ' • so we changed our ! i i,! .. ai ' i::.i ! - t *war ■! s 'ini, when he ' •.vnvi 1 his l a. an' yells: "Shi,i all y!" "Ahoy!" .-a;- - ."Uir cap'n. ,;i ' we j.; t■ • ward's 'im. ic was :i tat. red tared feller. His s clothes w■ ■ t> ■ Irighful. an' his feet 1 our* Ti< -i t > ilit li* n-ctXM) wns b. <)' i .i.a •t.-fu-s full i--' some sort 1 u' ' v.v.i i tub ca;.!'.ll;.' wit a 1 bin v. u * in the boat. ' y,. be';. a drift, ship- : . 1 r-ap'r.. win) was tile i <>a- wit!i s of a couph- o' days." ' i . ■. ■ "IJut wait." says he, ,v i;.. '. shin an' I'l] s...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

CCT'ING EVENTS. i Valh\" Fruit Fair, Wal ■tnibei' -S to October 4. >*;.-o::ane September 29- 11 National Guard en : 1 ar American lake, Sep ,; in of County Superin- Oiympin, September 28-30. I'.>ast Fire Chiefs, Olym- A < 1 ,'uer 22-25. ; ai s. Carnivals. Etc. ton State Fair, North Ya iuiiiuGi — o —October o. - Fair, Spokane, October County Fair, Davenport r 12-17. Fair, Lewiston, October Fair, Moscow, Septem :i i -0' tober 2. : Hiioual Fair races, Boise, Q. 1 , j !* 1 J-i i. ;nu y, Lewiston, November' '•uithi :n Oregon District v , September 29-October County Fair, Burns, Ore., > 11 r 11-2'. ' melope. Ore., September . '• it and race meet, Port uiber 21-20. II;-.-torn Oregon District I Dalles, September 21-26. c< ..... Fair, Klamath . October (!-. ■ 1 •.:nty Jockey Club meet, Ore., Of tober 27-29. County Fair, Toledo, Ore., I"-12. '• (Idaho) Street Fair, :: October 4. uii and October 1, 2, fair at Grangeville. ; ; bLK >aLOON :n BACHTOLD, Prop. finest wines, liquor...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 September 1903

(' ' - V f >( R Having once <-ecure<l your patronage, it will be our fiMK'st en leaver to retaiu it. ,T. EI.AMJ 9 WORK BEING HURRIED. Bricklayers and Carpenters Com mence on New Grand Stand at Race Track. Work on tiie Walla Walla County Fair association grounds to get every thing in s::ape for ihe fall meet and fair is being hurried up. Brick lay ers this rooming commenced laying the brick piers for the new grand- Mai: 1. The w >rk will probably be rompleii'ii by tomorrow, when carpen ters will commence on the structure. The new grandstand will have a .-eating capacity of 3<>oo. it will have an < ntir > lengh ol' 210 feet and a widih of approximately 30 feet and will be so constructed ihat an unob structed view of every part of the mil,- track can be had from any part ol' it. Th fir. t: »r ;.i* seats wilj be a 1 o<:r ' : above the level of th. 1 ark an ' '. •h succeeding tier will be so : 1 thai there will be absolutely n i obstrucion to the view. Contract...

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