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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 5 May 1893

X ITY DIRECTORY. VITV OFFICERS M Mtor—Tims. s.'iii. „„ miun* I It. Uttannu, J. A. Wil kinson. T. 1,. Muniw, Win. V.-1.1.r. W. L.. lay lor. Cuns C. M. si™™». Marshal—X. Limning. l',.i iv Ivmm M. I. Mnmi>iiin. ("itt a 1 rovjnß V■ B. Hull. Ji-BTicrs Of tv« I'mit H. K. Mi>rrimnn, I!. H. Miumit. « 111 Id hi S, CONGREGATIONAL 1 -liriiCll c,.iii.>r I'ara ,!i... imd High ~ir.'.'i-. Service* at 11. a. m. mul 7.30 p.m.] Siiii.l.V school Hi 10 H. m. 1.. O. IUll;l>. Vwtor. MEfHODIST CHURCH—On Sunny»i.l« hill. Bantam at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p. m.<Hnn<lay School at 10 ii. m. II M. urns. l'nstor. EPISCOPAL CHI "KCH— Services wich alter imte Salilwth nt the RpUoopal Church on liniml Bliwt, nt. 7.M p. 111. J. N. T. Gosh, BAPTIST 1 UDRrH Porni 1 Bprln | nnl Me 1^ . ■ ■. n. 1 \ itv- I'M.n Si.in lit vHi II M „, m . Suinluv s.'li.»>l lit I" Weukly pmyer 'inn Thurcday k. 1,, w. (town, Partcr. BT. KATHI KIM '8 I Pl« OPAL I HI RCH ug Prayer m 11 a. m. ererj Bnndaj morning. CHRISTIAN ' HI R...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

fpje ftailniatr fleMi. VOL. 5. NO. 29. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. gunday was BUch a perfect day that many declared the proverbial rain thai [ollowe tor seven Sundays alter Easter provided it rain on that day, would not materialize and their faith in the old thne prediction was shaken. But before the evening passed the handy "I told you so" passed along the line, and not without cause for the wind whirled the rain into the faces of the pedestrians as they tried t< • find their way home from church and various other places. Wednesday was the annual house Cleaning day at the Congregational o.hruch, 90 the ladies of the Golden Rule society, armed «il h soap towels, brushes, dusters and all paraphernalia necessary tor such work, gathered at the church and with the assistance of Messrs. Baker and I'.aiid and another Chinaman, made war upon, the accumulations of the past twelve months. Cleanliness is ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALUN. tDITOR AND PuBUSHtR j . - Pabllabcd eiiry Friday • >'iiint:. »t Poll .-nun. Whitman count), Waxhiliillun. All AdTerti«'im'iit« »ill be coulinnetl an>l charged for until ordered out. TERMS OF SI I.H-l ION: ONK YKAH Jtll.Ol) SIX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 The present board of regents of the Agricultural college has commenced at the right end to insure success. Their time has been spent in investigating the acts of the old board with the view of understanding wba!. has been dons and what lias not been done,- so as to give them a thorough knowledge of the pres ent standing of the institution. Of c, arse they find the foundation work to be in a bad condition, and they are de termined to have all defects cured before they commence the erection of the su peralrncture. The old faculty has, with few exceptions been retired. This will enable them to procure a new faculty re moved from the disgrace which has been hanging over this institution, With a new faculty, appoint...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

r ~" THE LOVE CHASE. Though oft I pass her on the street, I aeTdom to catch her eye; She rarely leta our glance* meet. Although "he know* I'm V ■■■• Ing by. • But though to me she does not 6i»\ik, jj or give a look my hi an to cheer, The furtive blush upon her cheek Tells me »lie knows that 1 am near. •Tis true she's full of u-lrlish art, A trait that's common to her sex, But she Is '"' coquette at heart. Though oft her tricks my mind perplex. I know she's partial to the rust— I've Bent her some, both red and yellow— Yet out upon the street she goes With violets from ■omfl other fellow. And still this love chase 1 pursue. 'Twist hope and fear continue wooing. One day o'erjoyed, the next so blue I scarcely know what 1 am doing. But one thought I take comfort in. And gloomy doubt gives place to rapture— The harder she may be to win The dearer yet will be the capture. —E. 0. Walcot In Soundings. The Heavens In the North. From the last days of May to the end of July m the northern part ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Editor aud Pubiishik mblUhMl every Friday evening, «» Poll mull, Whitman ooonty, Wa»hln«t<>n. All Ailrcrtii-mentt trill be conllniwd «nd charged for until ordered oat. TEUMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: ONI YKAH »2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY »°° NORTHWEST SENS. WASHINGTON. The snowfall in Waterville last winter w.is over nine feet, and the ground is wet to a greater depth than has ever before been known in the history of the Bit? Bend. Farmers in the vicinity of Keardaa are all buisy plowing and seeding. The prospects there, as elsewhere in the in land empire, are excellent for an unpre cedented yield this fall. Two children, sick with diphtheria, were brought to Spokane from Wenatonee the other day. A strict quarantine has be«n established over them. Rev. George W. Gallagher, of Mont pe'ier, Vt., has accepted a call to become pastor of the Atkinsoa Memoril Congre gational church at Taeoma. Kristor liitel has begun suit against the Seatco Manufacturing Compauy, of ISueo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

Sick llnulKtl*. Attacks of sick headache could often h. .voided if the cause of them were °"° In many instances th« cause la disordered condition of the stomach, , i * «nch cases there la often a regular re ,rrence of the attacks, the person in the SSSnw feeling perfectly free from the Ites^t"wiU often be found that by me error of diet the patient is gradu al* accumulating in his sßtcm some .oxious substances, which it takesaspe rial effort of naturo to throw off. Then !J,p whole internal machinery refuses,to do its ordinary work. The stomach, the intestines, the liver and. other organs «?hich produce the digestive juices al most entirely cease their regular task of rendering the food taken into the mouth fit for absorption into the system at large. Sometimes habitual overeating will nroduce this result, or a person who Lsbeen constantly active may continue [Teat his usual amount of food after ex cnanfrinß his occupation for some more Sedentary one. In eithi r case the result the sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 12 May 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. on omcsna. Mator—Thoe. Noil!. ifiN.iiMVN 1. 11. Lettennen, J. A. Wil kinson, T. 1.. Monroo, Win. Veddor, W. L.Tay l.r. Clerk—C. M. Stenrns. Marshal—lt. tanning. Polio Justice—ll. K. Mprriman. City Attorney—V. K. Bull. fasmas of the i'jh --H. E. Mcrriman, It. 11. Mm, CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHTJECH—Cornet Para dise and High »trwU. Services at II.". m. unit 7.30 p. vi.; Sunday Mlhoo] at 10 a. m. L. O. ! M !.!'. Pastor. Ml rHODIBT CHTJBCH—On Niuinvsi.l.' hill. Service* •< 11 a. m. and 7.80 p. m.; Sunday School at 10*. m. H. M. Martin, Pastor EPISCOPAL i ill Hi II — Service* Mich alter nate Sabbath at the RpUoopal Church on amnd street, iii 7.80 p. m. J. If. T. (kiss, Hector. BAPTIST CHOBCH—Cornet Sprint; nnd Mo- KeniieptreetH. Serrtoei every Bands] at 11 a. hi. and T :<u p. in.; Sunday school at 10 n. in. Weekly prayer mooting Thnrsday enningat 7 •'clock. L. W. GoWEJf, Pastor. ST. kvnu KINK'S l.risi OPAL (lit Kill Morning I'ni.vor at 11 a. m. every Sunday morning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

(^W^ifo id i 1^ S^j I fpjje Itallmitti fkfalft VOL 5 NO. 30. HEWS OF THE " CITY. Happenings in Pullman During tho Past "Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. ■_\ telepl message was ''•■''' hew Tuesday to the effect that the party l l ) . i(1 | 1 .,. ; ,, il |i l '! "ilh the horses, banns-, art etc., belonging " D. M. Sanders, h'ulbeciu'apturedatColfax. After help ing biniselfto.thepro^ rty he left here forSpokane passing through Oolfax and Oakcs-lal". While at Spokane he sold tbeoiitlit :in*l returned to Colfax only toion"into the" clutches of the officers jhivcresearching for him and he is no« quietly resting in lie county jail await lu,, examination. He gives his name as Miller, I"'1 it is known to be Goo. Zilins koy,.l former employee of Mr, Sanders. Tlu'Etolcn property has not yet been re (overwl but will undoubtedly be .soon. —Lee, siini.nni I the humorous, bail the college girls, and several others, a fond farewell, Monday, and turned his [ace gpokaneward, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

Thr I Lcretld, WILFORU ALLEH, fnnoß M ' lhihU«h.J erory lri.lny »veoln«, ■>< l'"» ,-m.n. \Vl.iim:i« rnunty, W«»Mn«tol>. All AdwrtlwlMlta. »!U I* coutiuucl ami cliarKwl fur until ordered 001. TERMS OF si BIPTIOHi six HONTHBONU • S ' ■"" BIX M< >NTHS ONLY. ' v" ■■11, .m srt is tfa '■ Ulß' uf the most aisho iinenta over promnlgated tt« author »as a hypo mi ami dishonest in evert action of his bong. Ami n who is honest from pol lisheneet from piiooiple. It ■ j men who trj to BToid the p ß yment of their di i:w in its universal a] | d "i" »' ,!>,,„ the individual to escape an •bligation bindii g in morali lw. Uadei men. Thj the I : ,U'.utionahtj ••' nol «,il meet with univ rsal approval when rer t felt, Ihe deoisii tablished ibi „, the li ited State '■■• liqui late for those who are natural born or natural ised oitiaons and to exclude all others rrom our shores, tl tec gnizes A rioa f»rAme.ioai ll""1' bat nil who in good faith surrender their a ' native Jplace or potent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

The Irlereild, WILf0 RD ALLEN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER „ i lUud «wry Friday evening, at Pull "l'l WWtnmn comity, W^lnnuton. A.lv.-r<i-.'"."»" will he continued and AU cbaruod lor until ordered out. TBBMB OF SUHSCItUTION: g^guaoNLv:::::::: v"/".::?!:™ NOttlinVEST XEHS. WASHINGTON. The people of New Whatcom have raised over 110,000 of the S1!J,00« bonus necessary to secure a woolen mill. The citizens of Koslyn on May 10th observed the flrit anniversary of the ter rible stopo disaster. The graves of the dead were decorated anil appropriate services neM. Zsohariab Oox a pioneer of Whitman oonnty, died near Garfleld last Friday, aged 62. He was a member of the (i. A. X., and iv his young days a comrade of Kit Carson. Treasurer Fairchild, of Tierce county, ua s refused to issue further warrants, on the ground that there are no county funds, and that the county has already overdrawn its account $12,000, A great armory building is coon to be erected iv Yakimaby the numerous mili tary societ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

Collided 111 A loir. London, May H.— Tlie captain of tin' Fit>miiKln|> City of llamberg, which ar rived Bt Swansea to day from Hemberg, reports that yesterday afternoon bit vessel collided in the foR off Trevose bead with the ship Countess Evelyn, from Balboa, Spain, to Newport, Wales. The captain of the Countess i-velyn jumped aboard the Hamberg, and Mute Kiehards crawled through a hole in the Countless Evelyn's quarter to the Ham burg. Ninety seconds Inter the Count ess Evelyn went under with a crew of 16 and with nine passengers. Boats were lowered at once from the Cut of Ham berg. Sesmnn Jar bin was picked up, bat lit' died it few minutes after. The dead body of a little girl wan also found. Otherwise the attempt nt rescue wan a faili.re. Most of passengers were Eng lish. The wife and tor, and daughter of a Spanish gentleman in Balboa, Mrs. Wil-1 lams, her son and infant daughter, and two men iiMineil Barton and a Londoner whose name was not ascertained, perish ■d. The ste...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

0 INTRICATE DEVICE CVSTEM OF SECRET TELEGRAPH * CALL FOR RAILROADS. „ invention *That I»Mire» a Certain ** tof Secrecy Along the Line or a AB llroau Where There Are Many It* low V.lth Operator, "' Each. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad com • 1,,, adopted an ingenious contnv- f S"5 for use in the telegraph depart >lU' ♦ and workmen under the direction ft^erintendent Charles Seldon have 0 ♦Va little plant in the basement of |lU 1,.n station, where the men employed can become familiar with stbt*,' l There are along the various its US'f tl,e Breat Baltimore and Ohio Sm scores of offices where the agent fX> the telegraph operator. His du llas a'"*' frequently call him so far « from his instrument that it is lm- Uliiule under the present system to 2, him hear this call when it is do- to communicate with him. . The new device is so arranged that in 11 offices where these circumstances ex ■ i a bell will be placed, and the operator 'V terminal or division headquarters can ,11 the opera...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 19 May 1893

"CuT DIRECTORY. CITY oil l< I '••> ■Una Ik"". Noll OoOWmWiB. M. l-t.-r,,,,,,. .1 A \Vil k<n»nn, T. 1.. Munroo, Win. Vt-l.ler, W. ii, lM ! Clltt-C. M. Si.i»rn». Mahtoal—K. Lain tag. TOI.ICB JotTKJB—H. 1- M.'rrimnn. ri-rr ArronxKt—V. E. Ball. JOTTOM or iiik Pi urn H. I'- Mi-rrimnn. 11. 11. Hi.. ■ > CHI ;.•' HKS, .: BATIONAL CHOTCH-Cotom Pat*. ,li-.. im.l Ilißh street*. Berrlce»»t 11. ■>. m. 1j I). Huilli, lVtnr. MITIIOPIST CIUUM! On Bunnyaldj I""' „!«, IO».». II- M- Mums, lV.t,.r- EPISCOPAL CHUBCB-^Berrtw" »oh altar. r.mml alrest, at 7.80 p. "■■ 3. N. T- <I<lss ' i;.-ctor. BAPTIST firOßCH—Comer Spring uul_Moj ,i „,. Weekly prayer meeting I Iniimliij *JTtni at 7 ..'.■!,K-k.- U. W. OOWSS, I'-lor. BT KATHEIUNK'B EPISCOPAL CHUBCH- M,.mi..« Prayer at 11 a. m. ererj Saodaj morn in p. CIIItIKTIAN ,in H rV.r»icM ev.rj Son ,i,,v morning at 11 «. m.l Sunday Bohool al 10 s, nr.j [ir»>vr »t 7.811 every rimr»daj i-vonina- 8- H irfHsou, tuistor. SEi lit 1 SOCIETIES. PIKKNIX ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

Hjjje IPullwaii' Dff i^i^ifrl ih VOL. '">- NO. 31. DEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. The lawn at the public school lias „! mowed this week; quite a crop of -us being removed therefrom. Prof. Harvey fS" nt'J considerable exercise while acting as motive power behind the kwn mower. There is a fine sod on the grounds, although it was seeded only one year ais° _Tbe new officers of the I. O. G. T. LaN were installed last Tuesday even- Ijj. \yjlford Allen, and Mesdames Sumnt and Riiey were elected to repre ,.., the Pullman lodge at the annual meeting of the «rand lodge, in Walla Walla, next month. _S,.rvii'is at the Christian church Sunday, May 27, as follows: Sunday K hoolat0:30 a.m., followed by c0m .,,/,,;; Ksrvice; Endeavor meeting at Btenp. m.; preaching at eight p. m., »The Commander-in-chief." _\V. 11. Kendo, the well-known CO -1:..;,. was lure Monday. He says that t ,,. ("ll"ii Mercantile company has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

The I-loraJd, WIIfORD ALLEN, Editor and Pusushir I'sMMmt mi-. Friday enming, M Poll niMi, Whitman county, \V(t»hin»;t»n. All Advertiivmonte will bo .•..utinuKl and chaiK«<l for until oniorwl «mt. TERMS, OS SUBSCRIPTIONi ONE TEAR.. $8.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 TriiN the e.igle loose. What's the matter with the Pullman chamber of commerce ? Tho organization will be needed this season. It should bo revived. If farmers would raise moro stock; en gage more extensively i" diversified farming ; bey ereuld have loss cause to complain of hard tin. Those murder cases vow being beard iv Colfux are fast, eating up tho hard earned tiollar* of Whitman county farm ere. Yes, il takes cash to try murder ers, The wet spring lias somewhat cut down tho acreage of crop i in Eastern Washington, but tho yield now promises to more than make up ibi difference. The ground was never in bettor con dition for growing grains. L.man's auditorium will bo com pleted in time for use on the Fourth, Open it with ii g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

Terrillf Hailstorm. i „,,,.,., „„ Ph., Mm 80, A torrißc 1,,il Bud rain storm, »coomp»ni«d by _]-_, winds «nd vivid lightning pasted o m a portion of western P«in»>'vnnia j ___ eastern Ohio. Ibis afternoon. The ■ rm broke over Pittsburg about 4 o'clock! ruining •1,000,000 worth of pro . , r ty Crops and fruit trees are ruined. Every photograph gallery In the cities! we re damaged and many valuable pic- j ore ruined. Skylights in the Federal buildings were broken and the water ascended in torrent*, flooding the buildings". Cellars were flooded and j niiiiiv Mreets are rendered impassable j _, the debris .washed down. In Mari- 1 etta Ohio, a number of buildings were destroyed and crops are. laid to the ground. Fatal Boiler Explosion. Keknb, N. H.i May 22.—A battery of five boilers at Heaver Mills exploded ibis afternoon, wrecking the building ' and killing and injuring a number of people ' Two '<"'<' known to be dead and one fatally hurt. It is not known whether all the dead a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

The Herald, l ILFORD ALLEN. Editor A*o Publisher Publi erenr Friday evening, *l ''uU oiar., Whitman county. Washington. All AdTcrtiwraente will be continued and cUMVtxI for until ordered out. TEIIMS 01 SI BHCKIFTIONi ose m vi; r!!!! SIX MONTHS ONLY. l-°° xoininvKST xehs. WASHINGTON. Vancouver's now school building to be erected this Rammer will coat $6000, About 60 meu are i,.\\ at work exca vating for the Port Orchard drydock, which is progressing rapidly. Children pla Ing along tho Spokane river in that city, found the body of a ill-born infant, whose head had been perforated with some sharp instrument, A rope cable need by means of a don key engine to draw logs in a Wishkah lumber camp suddenly broke and Hew back, striking a, d breaking Philip llick oy's thigh. Two of the crew „, the Haytian Be public were arrested in Seattle with smuggled opium in their possession, amounting in all to 37 five-teal cans, worth 8200. Captain 3. B. Cornell, and old sea dog who has been seven times ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

«• FLIRTATION. 1 I A*''*", p, ?«1 untrue, An 1;"' 1, „/i;"thl.Uri.lM.-w. A#,£»{rtar.uodMe I<>Wli*lu , w . vmi know, mo chcro. it Is my way I .vm- ftet when women l>lay To M »eSuein.pi"ofwhteh.' en you ' yen a mo why. -n-hit's net the reason, sir." you Bay. Wanted' If I might daro * T y? Cranieu. b | v cb,Hio euo You ask me Field's Washington. i coo.l Judge "f Human Nature. a noted Methodist minister of Ohio , it, f "ii incident that occurred on a j V r on which he was traveling east "rf to"attend a conference. When the *^ had lift the second station beyond ri toe conductor, who chanced to be Fashioner of the doctor, came up to | a.l" id „;i. "Brother C .there's a =in tl'<-next car who says she had T,r nocket picked since getting on the Ktl ;. U il b ays she has no mou ' r) oar hi i fare, Now, as you are a !Ll '••„ . of human nature. I would | Ike to have you talk to her ami.,..; if bo to a worthy object for a free ride • The Rev, Mr. C promptly acceded to the request and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 26 May 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor—Thos. Nrill. „,,,-,,, I 11. |..tt..r.iuin. J. A. Wil kinson, T. L. Monroe, Win. YcMar, \\ . L. Tay lor. fumK—C. M. St,",r:i-. Hamsai —R. banuinir. iv.ii. i Jtwr* I H. E. Merrimnn. Citt Attoknk—V. K. 8011. JrsrtfK. or Tint I'k«ck-U. E. Jlerrimun, U. H. Hiuma. __ <Nt it< in*. CONOUEOATIONAL CIIIT.CH-t'omor IN.ra ,liw niv! High streets. S.Tviw~ „t 11. • 111. mill 80 !>■ m. Sunday school nt 10 a. '"• 1,, (1. Batik, Pastor. METHODIBT CHOHCH—On Snnny»ide hill. ft-rvirw „ 11 „ ni. imil 7.K'l p. m.: Sunday Bohool al [On, m. 11. M. Mai rot, Pastor. Fl'lSCOl'Al, (111 lUH S.TM • ■ ''m-'i altel "imte SuMwth lit tho Eplsoopal Chnroh on (ir»ml street, at 7.80 p. m. J. N. T. Boss, Itector. BAPTIST CHURCH -Corner Spring and Mr- Konile stiver*. s. rricoi i-vpry Sunday nt 1! n in sndTJWp. in.; Bonds; school nt 111 11' m- Weekly prayer meeting Thursday oYcmlDgnt T»Mloek, I- W. IJowi H, Pastor. M K\riuiusi:s EPiBOOPAL cnrjncH- M „.,: Prayer at 11 ... m ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

Ipje flmllmatr fieMiX VOL. :>. NO. 32. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —Ei .1. Northcutt was in the city Wed nesday. He is at present engaged in writing « lx>ok called "Forty yean on the Pacific Coast. 1' It deals with hi* experience in crowing the plains, and the many enoounten, with Indiana, etc., that he haw bad since, and will also con tain a chapter on wheat raising. The manuscript tuchapters 1 and 2 was looked over by the Hku.u.i) editor this week, and proved quite Interesting. Northcutt hopes to publish the work by August. —Rev. L. AY. Qowen, pastor of the Baptist church, will Bpend Sunday ill Oolfox where he is to preach the bacca laureate sermon before Oolfax college. His pulpit here will be supplied by Rev. V. C. Wisdom, of .Missouri, for the morning service. The children's day exereiscs will occupy the usual service time in the evening. Sunday school and young people's meeting at the u...

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