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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 August 1893

city DIKKCTOUV. </ n <>i i " 'us M.\v,.n~Ti,i. s . N.-ill. ■ roi-Mll.MK>;- 1.. 11. l«-tl«Timin. ■)■ \. Wil kiMOD. T. L. Vtaatoe, Wm.V«dd«, W. b. l>.y l.ir. . .- O.vltK-r. M. Ht.nrns. Mabhiui-U. l^iuning. Pouoi Jrsric'K- 11. K. Morrlman. Cm ArroHMtT—V. K. Hull. JiTKTirr!! or tukTmck—ll." T.. MCfftifflifi B. It. llanaa. < 111 111 111 S. CONnIIKQ . ION M. Clß'iKH—Conwr l'in»< ili^o Mul Hiuh Ilrvc-U. NT\iri~nt 11. "• ">• Mnil 7.50 p m. : Huniiii) school nt 111 n. it). 1.. O, LlAiaD, IV-,t..r. . Mlil'll'ilUST cliriii'll--On Bivnnysida liiM. trfTTicns nl it ii.ni. nnd 7.".<> p. in.; Wmnl»> Hchool Rl 10 v. in. H. U. Jlauvin. Rutop. KPISCOPAL (111 HCll—Service enrh iilwr imii' Babbbth nt lie Episcopil Clmrch on (imn.l ttrert, nl T.BO p. in. J, N. T. Oomi, itootor. lIIKTIST ritliiCll-■Ci.iiiit Spring i.m) Mo- Kci./i' 1 stweta. Service* Bvery Bqndiif »t 1' ii. m. nml T::*<» p. in.; Bnnifaj »oliool ii^ 1» .-,. in. Weekl) prayer meptiug Tbuirdnj ovoniußßl Jo'...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 August 1893

§8)0 iptiliiiiEU UrntliX VOL 5. NO. 12. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During ih Past Week. Movsments of our Citizens Chronicled by the Her.ikl —Tin 1 city council met last I'riday evening but as a quorum vas not pres ent "Letternian and Vedder being tin only councilmen on hand, the meeting Wll postponed till Saturday evening. On Saturday evening Council Let terman. Y. ung and Vedder, and Mayor Ueili were present. The question ol street sprinkling was discussed, anil il was decided to invite bids for doing tin work. The bids will be opened to-night. The water for Btree' Bprinkling purposes will be taken from the Johnson well. near the Union Pacific depot,'as it can be had from that at $2.50 per month, which is cheaper than it can be pumped into the reservoir and taken from the city hydrants. As it now is the pump is kept busy nearly all da? supplying tin town. Bui little other business of im portance came before the council. —City Marshal It. Limning has been granted »ix da...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 August 1893

The Herald, AItFOW ALLEN. £OIWD AND PuBUSMR r*«lillinpl every Friday vvoning, at Poll ..rui, Whitman county, Wa*Mn«:ton. AH AtlTerliM>nipnti« will bo .onlimi^.i ami ehftrgwi for until ordered out, IKIIMS OF BCBBCRIITION; D.NE \\ All $3.00 ■;|\ MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Tuf. i>ri*ii! ni's message is for the unconditional repeal of the Sherman act. He attributes 'he fin moi il depret sion wholly to thai measure. 'I hrre is ii rumor of another Boar mill in Pullman. Ii will be a paying invest ment for some one, as it is badly needed and would be well patronized. Tiikuk is no valid reason why the Palouse country should not, Bee most ex cellent times this fall. A fair price fir wheat is trie only question now. The other conditions are all right. I'm" oitv council is experimenting in burning wood and coa] combined io the watnr works itatior. It it said t ) make BtMiin) faster aod to be more economical than the method of coal alone. 1 r's not going to take the entire crop tbis year to pay oil ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 August 1893

sobtiivvest™" 8- WASHINGTON. tvoll ic*r 8 «t Seattle have been redto'^» ceciericßif °rceß Tb e» 6 -»e« B edvalnfonof property in s £n" county U.ta «r will reach |3l!° 0 ' Bertie Forceland, "the reformed ViM Bertie Forcetand, -the reformed M » if now with the biilva- K?*"-^ : , Fi 1 I ting in • sewer tunnel nt Fair «L caused tbe foundations of tbe batf,ourtbonse tower to settle and fears jTwtortato^ that serious damage BIT result> A petition has been forward to con ' ■ rigned by the leading banks and Mesale bonses of Seattle irrespeot of party praying that the silver "-baseact be immediately und unuou dluoually repealed upon the reassembl ed that body. Tbe force in the railroad shops at SoraKue has been reduced by the dis 'L-, of about 30 men, and all but live ![j(oHdmasterß Block's section n.en on 1 Central Washington branch were laid off Orders have been issued to ,he agents to reduce their forces, ffbile the dullness of trade may have tad something to do with the retrench ment,...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 August 1893

I '":*";. J\ >I;iouiic Ar Browne. r.M.Hnowx«. A/ ~ "^'" (ft ® ® H (ii f; ® DP.ALERB IN <-i:>i:ir v\. : >n:i«< n aadiwk. SPECIAL BARGAINS in Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Carpets and Tapestry. We arc Closing Out Barb Wire Cheap. —MONEY By Purchasing your Goods from us. During(theseHard Times you n't afford io buy goods on credit win you can do so much better by pitying Cosh. Hard Times prices on every tiling". Special Bargains in Summer Goods. Straw Hats. Dress Goods, Clothing and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices We are headquarters for everything in the lino of Summer Foot wear! A full line of Tennis Shoes in all t-hes, for Uoys, (ienta and La dies, Remember that we soil strictly f>>r Cash, ami that we do not have a cent of logs to make up. We guarantee everything to be just as represented or money refunded. No trouble to show goods. A. W. Molt & Co. Pullman, Wash. -:- V rV Til !<:-:- Williams, Moss & Co. LUMBER YARD ••• LUMBGR! ••• At R...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 August 1893

ifljje ftallmEt* fUftilk VOL. 5. NO. 43. THE NEW PLAY HOUSE Thi H»nd»ome Building Hearly Com puted, and Eeady for Seating. Auditorium Dramatic Co. to be Organ ized, Larry Lund Manager. The flnisbiDg touohes are now being pat on the auditorium, and that magnif- Lot •truotur., of whioh all Pullman .bould feel proud, will be ready for th« initial performance in a few weeks. The .nditoriam is the product of Pullman's enterprise, and was not ereoted aa a money miikiug scheme, but beoauao the city needed a first-class play home, There will not bo a better equipped stage in the wsst than the one in the Pullman auditorium, and an/ traveling company. no matter how ma»T people it carries, or how rich or extensive its scenery, can piny with ease and comfort upon it. Th» stage work i« not equalled evea in the beautiful Spokane auditorium. Strangers who view the handsome building, and contemplate th* amount of money being expended on the interior arrangement, wonder how it will be made to pay. B...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 August 1893

The Herald, WIFOiO ALLFN. Eoiior *H0 Puumtri l-iit>lii.li<-.l every IMclnj rwDiiiß, si Pull tn«n, WliHimm county, WftHhioi^t'in. All AilTWlii-i'llli'lllo will t»< rmiliilUHil Kl.'l chftiv^i for until nnlcrtxl ont. TKIiMS OF SOBaCRIFTIONi UHI VKAU . 52.00 MIX MONTHS ONLY. ...... . 1.00 BcbooXi muiis galore foi the nexl two weeks in Pallnran. All «ho Tisita the new opera boom pronounce it the best i: the I an 1 S| r kana only eioepted, N i;i ii. ii i. the wheat king, will go to the world's fair through the courtesy of tin* Northern Pacific railroad ooni jianv. Tnr teaoberf of Whitman connty will ooogregate in Pullman noxi week, B»e to it that they arc giM'ii v good tinn while in the oity, i> I!. foDHO, manager of tbe Farmers' warehoiue of tliin oily, tella as thai our informant of Ihh! week was in error in regard to the penitentiary grain sackp him! that farmers, irrespective of locality,' oan ul)tain ilio saiiki liv oomplying with thi> oonditions. Councilman Mtjnbob we...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 August 1893

WASHINGTON. ,„„,,.„ ,itv engine " «**«« kW ,',fiter works with a Ti.W ... airing P' BDB and making eßlimale9 &-^ 0f"BterWOrkß' The »cmi annual statement of the flidAro.Toftheltopnblio.ot Wash ton and Alaska, shows 77 posts and I'll members in good standing, as at 59 B'B Bnd 2512 mtmiberB ' SUbrrSIWOO. A grand eel baatioo will occur at the Tllld ljp Indian reservation August 15. anticipated in by representatives of .ill L, Indians in the Puget sound country. The day "'" be BP ent in "" kl" (ls °f lod'»n games, including horse racing, b.«t racing, etc. ■ The flagpole on the Seattle courthouse • 112 feet high, an it has been Deeding, "coat of paint badly for some time. The other da\ a man took the contract , n d thrilled passers-by by scaling it with nothing more than a pair of line repairer's climbers and unostentatiously The South 8.-nd Herald denies ihe pnblished statement tlmt Robert Will innis, of Vancouver barracks, is the only ,urvivor of the defence of the Lower Cascades in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 August 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. i 11} OFFICERS. Matob— Hi..-. Neill. Ooßaorum I 11. I^ttrrnmn, 1 . A. Wil kinM>n, P. 1.. Hum, Win. V.-.1.1.T. \V. 1.. Uv lor. CLDUt-^C. M. Si«in>». Marmhai—R. I Ann ing. \\<i tIM Ji'onoit— ll. K. Morriinna. Cm n. ii\m —V. K. Hull. Joanna OK m P«»O»—H. K. Mi'rrin.Hn i; 11. Hhiiiih. (Hi IC( 111 ■ fX)NQKKOATIONAL i 111 liril I'orner Pub tiic- nit.l High Mni't.-. Berrioetal 11. '*. m. ud 7.80 p. m. . Bonds; school «i 10 a. in. I. O. Him', Pistol 1. HCTHODIBT CHURCH—On Sunnv»iil» hill. s.r>i. it 11 ii in. and 7.»> p. m.;Bund»j Bohool al 10 m. m, II M. Maihin, futor. KPIBCOPAII CHDRClt—Sorrloei oach aim rmi.' ShliluiHi in the EpiMmpal I'hureh on (irand -ir.-i. at 7.80 p. m. J. N. T. Hi an. Hector. BAPTIST ('l!i;it('fl-<V>rn.T Spring and Mi- Kaoai>straeta. Service* every BandaT al II a. m. and 7*o p. m.| SaniUy Mhool hi 10 i, in Wi'.kU prayer meeting Th r«daj ereningal 7e'olock. I. W. Howes, Piwtor. ST. X Mill HIM. 'm ll'lSi OPAL CHDRCH— Mnniing Pray...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 August 1893

Me flhtlhmm fijeMfc VOL. ">. NO. 44. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During; the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chroniclec by the Herald. X couple of Pullman ladles wenl ti Mowow Sunday morning, bul ai there m» no train hours, and they had to b< here, they made the retnrn tripon foot. The distance »as covered in four hours without a mishap, the only excitemenl being furnished by a couple of vicious dogs and a white faced cow. The ladies arc now i" training for a trip to the world's fair. _p. 11. Sasenbery has been attending the lectures given in connection with the teachers' institute quite regularly this week, though we arc inclined to think that it is not altogether a desire for in struction that prompts him. Dave al ways dIJ show a marked weakness for fie society of school maarus. West, Main and Wawawai streets ihould receive :i good wetting down, A good way to do it vould It to throw a stream en it from a hydrant, and then have the street sprinkler attend to ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 August 1893

The Herald, tVUFO.ID ALLEN. Editor and Pubiishcr r..l>ii*!i.si every tii.l... evening, ut I'nll Man, Whitman oounty, \Vfu*hint{tun. All ailuMll—iihmilm will be routinniMl rd<l llllHHWl for until onl«»nHi ont. TKUMS OF si HiriloN ONE YKAU $Vi.(M> I\ MONTHS ONLY 1.00 Tin' new opera House is an object of great wonder to every visitor to the town. In Ilia erection of that institution was a magnificent display of Pullman enterprise. Tin lirmiu Mill t»ke pleasure in answering questions regarding the country that nui be asked, from time to time, by interesting people in the east, ami sample nopiee will be furnished on applioal ion. lII.IMAM FQRSILVER. At the meet mi; held by the citizens in til city hall lan! .Saturday evening a large crowd of friendi of lilvef were present. Mayor Noill [iresn idi at the meeting, and V. E. Hull wai elected b sretary. Aftei Bpeeohea by Neili, Webb, Letterman and others, the fol lowing resolutions were anpninouslv adopted: We, the citizens of Pullma...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 August 1893

S ORT»* ESTSEWS- WA^nINOTON. lWiB « i • >«* " fumle Vbe Central* |cb itera. W .llbeH.mt«"» sir moo- tbLs«ede laborers were robbed of 1670 1.7 UiKbwaymen near lkrandarv crane's Industrial Legion bai in- J,flgD.Un. Donnelly to come on. ,d lecture before it. Theater Edwards, a Spokane publisher • nder $1000 bonds for Belling hie pa " Mian.d to have been already inert -B'i.burg j"bil»nt over the end of .h. noimi". school Bite agitation, and Inspect that the WO' of building will go rapidly forward. Moses LaMon-, a laborer, committed , a ,c.de .t Month Cri.to by shooting Jaiself through the heart. He leave*, a .if.aud three young.cbildreß. The body of Robert Anderson, a fer rmiin , who was drowned at Waneta, B. 0 last March, baa been found near Col vil'le in a fair state of preservation. M i loa Boner and Miss Alice Law, of Month Bend, saved '.he the life of a car peuter, who could not swim, last week by slipping down a rope from a wharf ,nd getting a scow to him. Mm. B- N. Harvey, of ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 August 1893

■ki lirrtha ltc.tou to Wrd. Tacoma, Aug. 19.—Miss Bertha M. Deo ton ia to he tnariied in the course of a week or so to Oil. Marshall X BoeJl, X. Q. \V., of this city. The fuel tlnr the marriage it to take place ia known to only I very few. It will In' I quiet redding, with probably only witnesses present. After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Snell will probably spend a few liiivs camping, hunting and fishing in the vicinity of Mount Rainier, Mi*.- DeOtOB being olewr with the gun, and can almost excel Col. Snell who is him ■ell quite a marksman, in bringing down grouse and pheasant. Litter Mr. and Mrs. Snell will occupy an elegantly, fu nished suite of rooms on E. street before beginning housekeeping. Since hi* former wife was divorced from him, something over a year »go »bo has returned to Galesvill, Wic, where she married Charles 11, Brown •boat six month* ago. Mr. Brown is i contractor and need to keep company with bis present wife before Mr-. Bnell won ber hand. Mr. Snell's 10-year-old...

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

Hljje. jUtillmatT fi^Mh VOL- 5. NO. 46; MEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The city came near losing tin p nial Oharlle Underwood from it- midst the early part of the week. He bad taken suctiii liking to the art and science ol school teaching that he nearly decided to bllownp the calling, and spekil some time in rtudying into the methods of the profession. So Impressed had he become with «ome of the beauties peculiar to the school room that he followed them as far as the Union Pacific depot. —Tln j first piny to bepresented by the auditorium dramatic company will be "Melissa," or the "Wail of the Sierra Nevadas." In tlie caßt wi" '"' '"'""' many of the bent known people in the o jty i and much dramatic ability will be exhibited. The company will commence reheatsal at once. —A ball game was arranged between the city nine and v nine composed of vliitlng teachers last Saturday, the city nine winning by a sc...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 September 1893

Tlie Herald, t .FOIO ALLEN. EOITOH *H0 PUBIISHID I'ul.lii.hiHl •■v.-ry Kridny evening, «t l'nll «n, Whitman ooontji Washington, #.l AilTertlwnienW will b« o«itln<i»d «nd rhar^od for until i.nlonxl ont. IKHMS OF BUBaCBIITIOHi 4 Nf UAH SM.IH) I l\ MONTHS ONL* 1.00 Cut. V.. W. BauoHMAB wns called to I Portland Tuesday, ihe company hare ■eked him to submit plans for a new boat to be put on this run. Cnpt. Banßhmaa'l idea is to boild a much longer boa! tbun Urn Annie Faxon. A Id g narrow boat With the proper me olnnerv will never lie stopped by the Knift water nor have to line orer a single rapid, The bow and stern of tbe Fax on's bull aru to be used in tbe construc tion of the new boat, and the engine and Ji,v Dg shafts can be utilized also. Tbe hull will be built new in the center aud much longer according to Capt, Baugh inan's ideas, It will l>» furnished with ii new Bteel boiler that will allow IHII ponnda of steam. With this equipment the company will have the bent boat ever p...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 September 1893

KORTHWESf NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Splillmßn logging o«mp has closed clown. • Vandals are shooting sheep on the range* about Laurel. Milton Haney Bhot an eagle at Ska tnokawa that treasured «er»n feet from tib to tip. An effort made at Tacoma to haTe the cily water rate, paid in adyence cam* to nothing. \. eitT dump waa backed into the river at Spokane, with two aoavengers. The men and horaea were resoued, John Clemens' granary, on the Wenas, burned with implements and grain. Loss, $2">00; insuranoe $1500. Settlers west of Cueter are building a bridge more than 200 feet loag over California creek by donatioa work. Bur«lars pried open the back door of a Tacoma store before daylight and stole a bolt of cloth and sereral city wan ants. Judge c- H' Hamford, of Seattle, waa in North Yakiana the other day, sub mitting yearly proof on his claim under fje Leadbetter ditch. J. O. Algar, of Alderton, has charged Jerry O'Conner, a Northern Pacific rail road conductor, with criminal libel be ca...

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 September 1893

Animal WorltlN ( rop Keport. Viknxa, Aug. 27.—Tn ■ li-ngiliv nn ijiml worlil'a crop rc|Mirl prepared lit , .\,Tiiim>ii! ofliciula, the «>Btinintpil j ield J'>r N'ortb AiiH-rii'M \>> plaord at 382,000, (HXt bushel* of whaat, 24,833,0011 baahala «f r_vi>, nix) 1,80!),0OO,0(X) bushels of ooro. riif worl.l'H prjdnoiion ol wheat tbis year is aaUmatad at 279,000,000 bush ile, ngaioet tba olficial aTerage of 2.2M1, --1100,000 anuuallT for llie laal lt> years, l'be defii-its to be lillml Ijv importing r-ountriea will require 879,000,000 bueh la. Tin' surplus available ia exportinß iMuntrii.- to satisfy thin damaod is 378, --iSC6,OOO bushels. l'li.< world's product of rye is given as 485,000,000 bectoliirei 'I he United Stalea surplus is estimated ni 29,000,000 bnaheia. Mr ( Vuluikl's Cancer• N*w Yiiuk, Aug. 80. The publioa lion at the Btory ooneerni the snrgioal operation on President Cleveland, whiob vtm onrrenllj rnmored two months n^», baa bronghl on I a statement...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 September 1893

§Q|)£ HhiUtiran %tfulK VOL. 5. NO. 4<i. HEWS OF THE CITY. Happening* in Pullman During the Past Week. Hovementi of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. _Farniers send in a report of your crop »nd have it published in the. 11BR LD Thiß paper reaches many persons in all parts of the union who are inter ested in the l'alouse aa a wheat growing jection and we wish to publish report!) ol yields juat as they are. For the largest bonaflda yield reported to uu in tins mß nner we will send the Hkkald for one year free to any three persons you may name in the east. Send in your reports. —The dramatic company is now practicing on the play "The Waif of the Btem Nevadas" twice each week, and will be in good shape to present the ex citing drama as soon as the auditorium j c completed. The cast embraces Messrs. Lund, Wilkinson, Townsend, Proud, Allen, Chevalier, Richardson, Eastman, and Steams, and Mre. Sargent, Mrs. Hewlin and Mrs. Chambers. —The city waß in darkness for a short time last ni...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 September 1893

Tlie Hcreilci, WILFO3O ALLEN. Editor *ho PuausM» PaWWni e»erjr KridHv ..veiling, kt I'ull i.ihii, WhitniHti county, Wstthini;ton. 4tll Adrertiwment* »ill 1«> continued niul clifttved for nntit orxlerod ont. It-liVK OF BUIMOIUITIONI uni YKAH $2.(>0 • IX MONTHS ONI,* 1.00 The Northwest Farmers' Protective! Elevator Association of Grand B"< rks, N. I>., proposes to solve the movethe Crop problem for its inomberß by paying oafh. The association is composed of 2,460 farmers, Elevator room has been leased in both Dulntb and Minneapiois, und the members will ship wheat direct- i lv to agents at Duliith and Minseaplois, Agents will remit full market value of tin' wheat nn the day the wheat is re ceived, or where tanners prefer to hold ihe wheat the Hg'iit will pay the profit charges nn issue wheat checks. The members of the association have nearly ■4,0U0,1HH1 bushels of wheat to dispose of. Of this amount, it is said, but very little will liud its way into the local ele vators, ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 September 1893

""" SOBTHWEST NEnS. WA.-'niNOTciN. ' Th( , ali'iniuum boreeHljoe has r bed irn»ven. gnobomisb claims tbe b.asebnll ob*m piwehipoftbeSonnd. Ballard will rednce expentos by doing j,bont Btreet lighting. Tbree Centralia men have broken the bicTcle record between Centrßlia and Olrmpia. wheeling the distunce in lbreo boors. AdeatructiTe forest BrJ has been rHg ■ for seveml dtiys past on the pro ,jtorT noth of I?ircb bay, destroying I , Tll ßt Binoniit of timl er. U sb Be\er. of Walla Walla, recently liar Tested from 12 acres 506 bags of red cbaff wheiit, uverugiug 138 pounds each oT er 98 bushels per acre. Nanoy Spence, 15 yea.s old, disap peared at 10 o'clock at night from her borae eight miles west of Spokane, and is tboußht to have eloped. Three prisoners in Spokane's infirm ity jail kicked some boFrds off and es caped. Two were vagrants and one bad tronbl* with a variety woman. Bud Togßurt who is in jail at Spokane forelopiDg with 15-vearold Edna Nor ton, is a married man. His wife i...

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