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Walla Walla Evening Statesman (Newspaper) - January 2, 1905, Walla Walla, WashingtonMy Page six the evening statesman monday january Incuse in mtr Ruge licenses Eig Lity flee Moir permits Given in 1904 Tolian the Pren Loes year dece Niber leads with forty. A our Iii the there were is count auditor Homie Reutt 311 Mir Lake . He Iii sgt More permit to than the auditor gave i it Llie previous year. The full list if those who received the licenses Fol i it january. Tired Milrath and la la Troest Ler. A 3. Nellie mahr and la Oina Boysen. Samuel v. Trenaman and Maude Yahne. 12. Hoy Zaring and Mary Isabelle my . 13. Theorge Gholson and Allie Dugger. 1 1. Willie k. Small and Ida Pearl Morris. In. Lohn w. Stone and Minnie m. Caln. Alva a. Stewart and Bessie m. . 2 i. F rank t. Marsh and d la m. Brock win. Walter Brown and Fannie Nelson. Alvin 1,. Harbert and Anna Murlock Johnson. William. I Karnest and Cossie Perrin. 21. Bobert Howard and Ollie . Alfred Luchanan and Stella Planchet. February. 1. Herzeil Walsh and Leorta Van . 4. a Scheller and Farrie May Hunt. 1. Challes c. Mitchell and Ida g. Williams. 3. Iaconio and Ambrosino . La. William Sloan and Virginio Van Hoy. Angelo and Caroline Albina. I Iise i e Arbina Marie Malina. I Emory ii. Maiden and Ella Barney. A rant Copeland and Alice hoop i a. 13. t. Hammer and Rhoda Bertha Conrad. m. Sharp and mrs Georgia bake. In. Telles Beroy Morris and Ita Cook. 2b. Edward i. 1�?~lani and Charlotte Ardwick. 22. Ford Hamilton and Mamie Mckenna. I. I. Fyhrie and Nellie b. Brow n. 23. Charles f. Murray and Maud May Lyons. 24. 1. W. Short and Orrille e. Henry. 27. Edward Inman and a. Williams. 29. Edward Joseph Buroker and Myrtle Florence Steen. March. 2. Ben Wilson Reynolds and Audry b. Demaris. 4. Peter Schiermann and Katie Schafer. 7. i Winaris and Fannie Williams. 5. Edw Ard Bew is Tracy and Lonia Naylor. 9. Valley e. Boyer and Emma Pearl Bunker William Hector and Ethel Bennett. 10. Amos Vernor and Sarah e. Bastings. By it. Pa.si4uale Mele and Rosino Pupo. Is. Clifton r. Fonts and Bessle t Ahill. 23. Ernest m. Aylward and Amy d. Kralina. 2r>. Robert j. Kirkwood and Blanche Kelly. 26. Fred Demaris and Myrtle Kennedy. 28. Titomas h. Ryan and Emma f. Hass. 30. Augustus Flourney Galloway and Bulu Edith Abbott. 14. Noel Reshaw and Birdie a. Kennedy. 16. Thomas j. Casey and Hass a. <7. Carmichael and Ella m. Nalder. 15. George a. Din Nick and Ida May Zinnian. 21. A Bailee f. Settled and Bertha a. Carmichael. Wade h. Durham and Bilian a. Ince Paul j. Franklin and Nora e. Grill ill. 24. Benj. Franklin Brewer and Harriet b. Chey. 2.3. William Mcdaniel and Minnie pm. Day Herbert y. Yox and Maude phew Charles j. Guse and n Ancy r. A Uinins. 25. Patrick Dunn Gan and Bridget Morley. 31. Walter r. Dat and Marie Myers. June. b. Schinall and Frances 1. And Ida Collins Chris a Andenberg Abbott. 2. Henry Dell and Ira Belle Hite Inan. 4. Win. Clark Kelly and Effle rus a sell. James Duglas and Charles a. Moore and Mittie Beamer. 7. a. Grant and Rena re a ser Carey Allen Kees and Mary Emma Perry William d. Mackay and Florence Vera Smith. 8. Robert e. Reed and Daisy May sly. Howard Frances Hailey and Minerva Agnes Guinn Robert s. Jones and Alice Ruble. 9. Sailor n. Sickler and Bulu a. Hines. Burt Charles senyard and Lottie Fowler. In James b. Tinsley and Gamma a. Turner. 15. David Mathews and Dora Stewart Charles Williams and Jennie w. Gillis Dee c. Shaver and Dollie Wade. 16. Jesse r. Estis and Jessie we Al lace. Grossmiller and Pauline Hesser. Is. C. Franklyn Lake and Jesse Estella Brezee. 21. Alfred d. Ackley and Sarah c. Cannon. 22. Clinton r. Nelson and Jennie b. Tebeau Michael Boly Knight and Margaret Rose Beller Harry Wood Ford Martin and Ada Putnam Good Hue. Edw Ard Hasse and Lydia Wagner. 24. Shelby l. Rucker and Francis i. Dwyer. 25. Charles h. Berg and Emma k. Effinger. 27. William r. Reid and Nona Ellen Koontz. 29. Horatio Nelson dryer and Eva Lena Switzler. Philip m. Moore and Anna Chick. Orrin a. Simonton and Nettie Burt. Freeman f. Fetters and Sarah e. Rockey. Robert f. Vancill and Irena i. Troyer. July. 2. Thomas j. Hancock and Nellie Martin. George h. Dean and mrs. Mary Holloway. Charles j. Jones and Ida Bailey. Charles Daggett and mrs. Ida f. Fee. 4. Daniel f. Lankard and Katie Hayes. 5. Julius Krumrie and Beatrice Sears. 6. John a. Fallgatter and mrs. La Vina Perkins. Horace Cook and Maggie c. Hall. 9. Ernest w. Mcqueen and Gertrude George George Hartung and Mary Reed. 13. Abner Biss and Bernice ram Honeycutt Charles w. Rathbum and Edith Hubbard. September. 1. T Lysis Knowlton and Elizabeth Thompson. 3. Arthur Mosier and Elizabeth j. . Arthur Neal Saxton and Laura Della Goode. 6. Horace j. Murphy and Mary e. Abbey. Charles w. Miller and Catherine Glaspey. 10. Charles c. Wilson and Marguerite Lamb Uris Conrad amen and Katie Hamberg John h. Alheit and Inez Belle Terwillliger. 12. A Akley coff ii and Inez Schofield. 13. Thomas e. Quinn and Catherine Lyons. 14. Nelson Grewell and Mary May Woods John w. Cates and Allie r. Zachary George e. Root and Nellie Smith.15. Villiani h. Hildrith and Catherine Hildrith s. D. Mccauley and Lucy Mckee. Fred e. Kenworthy and Bess Hilbert Geo Itte k. Thompson and Laura Burris. 17. Robert f. Tuggle and Bessie e. Powell. 19. Ferdinand e. Winberger and Marie Petter. 20. Clarence a. Turner and Sadie Lulu Bucholz Erra w. Glover and Nettie Pearl Ferrell. 21. Rescue m. Drun Heller and Hazel Jaycox. 22. D. C. Richards and Dulcet Yeates. 24. Ora f. Taylor and Emily i. Hawthorne Howard Adams and Mattie Taylor. Russell a Lekey and Mattie Merrick John Duncan and Alice Van Horne. 29. John Edward Crowe and Helen x. Effinger. October. 1. Thomas Langford and Oina Scott. 4. Charles Peterson and Cora wig Gands. Edmund re Bury and Ollie Catherine Moorhead. 5. Byron Francis Lutcher and Elizabeth Coyle Harry e. Dupuy and Lerta Ownbey Paul Kuehl and Elsie Dahl Mer Claud Wesley Estes and l. Marion Haynes William Wesley Boyer and Ruth Maebell Bunker. David c. A. Neff and Lulu Geneva Rogers. 6. Mace Lister Sanford and Ada Elizabeth Welch. 8._ George Allen Mcleod and Louise Fairweather. 10. Oliver c. Plouet and Effie Myrtle Johnson. John l. Stalker and Charlotte e. Mullinix. 12. Samuel b. Coe Ond Minnie e. Thomason George a. Hardy and Clara e. Dixon Reuben Watts and Mary Gilmore. 15. George w. Geaney and m Argaret a. Mcnamara John Franklin Graham and Lela Preston. J. William Ogg Ana Jessie Catherman. 18. Eliot Richardson and Agnes Harris. 19. John w. Dickinson and Alice Hastings. 24. Herbert Jones and Ella Keyes. 25. George d. Brand and Mattie May Fisher Charles Wilbur Simmons and Ada Dool. 26. Will m. Peterson and Evangeline Mcdonald Chester Connick and Ethel Hussey. 29. Robert d. Pugh and Bessie f. Mccoy. 2. Thomas g. Ludlow and Maryetta Meeker. 3. John i. and Anna g. Rollyson. 5. Arthur j. Won North and Mabel c. Keiser. Marcus j. Zuger and Lou Jennie Woodworth Angel Columbo and Pri Riza Antonia. 6. Frank Avail and Mollie Sauer. 9. J. Hardy Ryder and Ella Chittenden. 10. William Eugene Burnap and Hettie Jane Cummins. 12. Charley Hugh Miller and Della Lovina Peterman Newton j. Nicholson and Ethel Stewart. 13. Gearge urine Bury and Maude May Barnett. William d. Braden and Florence e. Carpenter John r. Hamilton and Helena m. San trnian Frank a. Rector and Jennie Day. 15. Edward o. Dickinson and Gertrude Wysong. 19. Itis Jones and Mabel Knox. Charles a. Carey and Annie Holman. George b. Mcdonald and Murrel Morgan. 20. Elmer a. Plaquet and Aletha Genevieve Roininen. Albert Mills and Ethel Montgomery. 21. Bert Baylen and Lizzie Lingen Felter. Fred Heitgen and Bessie bin Bander. John m. Gunn and Olive Jennings. 23. William p. Davis and Nettie an. Derson. Amos a. Rexroad and Nellie Crabtree. 24. S. L. Nell and Edith g. Berry. Dan saturnian and Myrtle Vithers Claus Travaille and Maggie May Boulden. Seth b. Avillia Nison and Nora Kelley. 26. Daniel e. Tower and Gladys Pearl Meyers. 27. Elmarion s. Harrington and Opha m. Chadsey. James Jesse Cochran and Elmah Gwinn. 28. Ernest Lamar Gaines and Iza Jeanette Shelden Fred Johnson and Myrtle m. Conrad Philip c. Herne and Delia Eldred. 29. Garfield Dillon and Georgia Anderson. 31. Dana Curtis and Echo Blodgett Albert Griggs and Gertie Ackerman Walter Ely and Nora Ingle. Schwabacher co. Will Improti nov Emmr. Sey. 16. Hull. 20. Henry Hafer and Ethel Dougherty. Edward s. Emigh and Rose g. Haworth. 21. Hermann Surbeck and Anna e. Knipf. 26. John h. Walton and mrs. Elsie Richardson. April. 4. Gai yield Johnson and Annie Hein Lingner. 5. Christian Mickelson and Anes Tasia Genevieve Bender. 6. William i. Tucker and Jessie c. Diehl. 7. Frank in Olnie Teer and i Aura Craver. 13. W. R. Thomas and Minnie c. Sang. John Hoffman and Rosa Kiln lifer. 1 16. John g. Shipley and Jesse Jei iks. J . Harvey n. Myres and Elsie n. 1 b. Estes Knight. 20. Dana o. Saunders and Lilian \ Avion. Frank Brian Kinyon and Mattie c. Morris c. H. Barnett and Katie b. Stewart. 22. Ezra j. Culp and Katie l. Slip Oscar a. Fields and Lillian m. August. Alexander Hergert and Mary and Gertrude 26. James a fakes and Osle v. Burney. 30. Albert g. Marr and Emma Hays. Fred Shaw and May Coleman. Harvey t. Ryan and Susan m. Smith. Ben p. A lines and Bessie m. Twist. May. 7. Emil s. Shanno and Alice May Cameron. 19. Henry h. Augustavo and Gladys e. Barr. 12. A a top l. Nelson and Maggie Estelle Cundiff 6. . In Charles Tunnicliff and Soldie Handley. 13. Lewis a. Gilkerson and Nellie a a. Saunders. 15. William e. Johnson and Grace Hill Orville Boyd and % it Ora Bettey. 16. John a. Jones and Hattie Green. 17. Zeno k. Straight and Mary i. Gabhart. 22. Charles j. Johnson and Etta Coe Root. 25. Jessup a. Smith and Ida a. Smith. 27. Gustave p. Bucholtz and Grace Bell Brigham. 29. Robert e. Vinson and Anno old Diard David Mcgowan and Alta Cus Ker. 31. William h. Oliver and Alice Clark Elwood a Robert and Bua 1. Michael s. Wintler and Viola Russell. 2. Philip a Reser and Ellen f. Witt James d. White and Mary Wright. 5. Henry w. Steinberg and Mary a. Colwell. 9. Samuel l. Woodruff and a an Della a. Lind Fuist j. E. Webb and Anna Pickard Jesse h. Learn and Maud Armstrong Harvey p. Clark and Frances l. Lowe Charles e. Harkins and Leora a. Thomas. Dennle b. Woodruff and Lillian Slade. 11. John e. Clancy and Dora Nichols. Stephen b. Weatherman and Josie Hodgin. 12. Ruben Kinney and Ida m. Withers. 14. Leon Crepo and Matilda Koster Man Henry Frank Dodson and Della Dillon j f. Martin and Catherine Burk t rom and Agnes de Bonniot. 15. Edgar Jihnson id Florence Casteel. 17. Nicholas i. I Christine Christensen 18. Rowell e. Paul a it a. Tessie Belle Jobe. 19. Albert Patterson i Imogin Taylor. William can a. I a Harding Homer m. Brown at. Lotta e. Warner John f. A no and Cassa Illsley. 21. Willis g. Osburn and Lena Dunham George w. Mcconnell an Ada m. Schumway. 22. Charles f. Giesseman and Lyra a. Townsend. 23. Charles Smith and theodocia Gail Gardner. 26. Burt Mcclanahan and Gertie Peters William f. Mccauley and Anna e. Olin. 30. Charles m. Price and Clarissa of Harra. It negroes scared by a cat. Wilmington Bridge tender finds very weird message tied to feline. Wilmington. Del. Jan. 2.�?colored Folk in the ninth Ward Are in a condition of mortal terror Over the finding by Michael Palese tender of the eleventh Street Bridge Over the Brandywine of a Jet Black cat with a a a voodoo bag tied around its neck with yellow ribbon. The cat had been mewing about Palese a House for More than an hour before he took it in. The bag contained spices matches Needles and other magic charms in addition to a heart Cut out of red flannel a Queen of diamonds playing card and a note containing a a conjured the note read a Bell Smith this Day do i co Jun that you must and shall leave these premises without delay on the ninth Day from this Day. And god have mercy on you. the negroes in the neighbourhood have come to the conclusion that the Bell Smith referred to is one mrs. Isabella Smith a White woman living on East twelfth Street. She does not seem concerned by the a conjuring a however. Thomas Hamilton a merchant at eleventh and Church streets has the bag and has been besieged by negroes imploring him not to touch it. He has been Given different methods of getting rid of the conjure the favorite being to Burn it with three red peppers and throw the dust into the Christiana River when the tide is flowing out. A but done to touch the a Conj re or Don t get any of the ashes on you or the a conjure will take a the formula reads. Meanwhile the Black cat which had the Quot voodoo bag a around its neck has escaped. Nearly one Hundred. Oldest Man in Umatilla county celebrates birthday. Twelve thousand dollars will be expended in modern i store work to com Ineice to Spring. To keep Pace Wiuli the Onward March of Progress in Walla Walla the Schwa Hallier company is arranging to expend $12.000 in improving its store a building on main Street work to commence As Early in the Spring As possible. Architect Henry Oster Nian has prepared trans for the Lilg store build Iii and these have been accepted Liy general manager Castillan and the Hoard of directors of the company. A plans which i were under consideration a year ago for Renio Delling our building have been completed and we expect to begin work As Early in the aping As or. Eastman said this morning. Quot the entire front will be torn out and replaced with a modern ii ale Glass front with two main entrances on Alain Street. A in addition to this we have do. A to increase our floor sue Ali ont . Square feet by extending thu in Nodi to tie Alley and Piil Tibig in a Hal Cony. This will give us Llie sue a have ii veiled for several years. To cd Iasci Keiit is to he excavated deeper an. A Cement floor put in and titled up of Sale rooms if we need i hem. A Hiither that we a decided upon will be a freight and Pas Senger elevator running from the to the top floor Model store fixtures . and a ladies rest speaking of the Outlook for this year s business or. Eastman state he looked for a continuation of the unprecedented Prosperity with which Walla Walla and Rastani Avash Iii ton had Heel blessed the past be Ivy years. Tilli san eth Lithe a Quot a a Quot liar Quot Quot Hack to he Lous. �?~1> a a a Feree least i Rhett a Quot Doii a ens by he an Axy thin would 1the Way Kisir u or bets. Liny hold the Tair. Would f l lie did even a is foe of a Quot it i did 1 did to to extend sewer system another Brick building three thousand feet to be put in immediately by the City. Will connect with new residence districts opened up the past six months. 0�fnbr. 1. Oscar h. A ter and Cora e. Tom path. Fhe first of the new year will see no cessation in a municipal improvements which have been hurried along at a that has astonished old timers. New improvement planned by the administration is the laying of nearly a half mile of sewer to connect with new residence districts opened u i the past six months. The construction work devolves on water superintendent Knight and tomorrow morning he will put a Foree of Twenty men to work excavating for the new drains. New sewer extensions which will he put in immediately will be located on twelfth Street Between aider and pop. Lar streets third Street Between Birch and Eagan Avenue along the North Bank of Mill Creek Between Park Street and Marion Street Craig Street running East to Center and numerous Small extensions and connections. The new extensions will total about 3.090 feet and it is Testim Kaleil that a month will be consumed in completing the work. Will be erected at Cornea of eats main and Colville streets. Work will be commenced Early u. The Spring will be two stories. Hueston gets Sand Island. Tacoma lawyer also heir to title dispute with Oregon. Olympia Jan. 2.�?nie Noard of state land commissioners has decided to Issue a contract of Sale to b. F. Hueston a Tacoma attorney for the Sand Island in the Columbia River known As Sands. This is the piece of Uncertain Terra Firma that both the states of Oregon and Washington claim. The state of Oregon has already issued a title to the Sands of the Columbia River packing company which claims to have $20,000 in improvements already on the Island. The courts will now be called upon to Settle the ownership of property provided that the Columbia River does not Deposit it on the bar at its Mouth in the meantime. East main Street is to have another4 two Stor it Limrick building. It will erect l on the Corner of Colville and i m Iii Early in the Spring a Harry Arntz of Seattle who a in a the Lud Perty. The building will have a frontage of 60 feet on main Street and will extend Hack to the Alley a distance of 120 feet. It is understood that the plans have been adopted by or. Krutz and that work is to be begun As soon As the weather settles in the Spring. It will be of pressed Brick trimmed with Slone and will be a modern up to Date Structure. East Boston Tunnel opened. , mass. Jan. 2.�?the new East Boston Tunnel under Boston Harbor. The opening of which was to have taken Idace the first of last week but was postponed was opened to Public travel today. To cure a Colo in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. All druggists ret Imd the Money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove s signature is on each b a a. 25c. Fitzsimmons writes Roosevelt. New York. Jan. 2.�?bob Fitzsimmons is the proud possessor of a letter from president Roosevelt written on sky Blue paper from the White House marked the exc Hampton prize fighter gave the president a Silver Horseshoe on a highly polished Hoof the whole mounted on a Silver stand. The president addressed the Corn Ishman As a my dear or. Fitzsimmons 1 am pleased with that Horseshoe. It will stand henceforth on my desk. Are you coming to Washington this Winter a the a Theodore Roosevelt signature was attached to the letter. The invitation to meet the president May be accepted. Fitzsimmons says. Pendleton Jan. 2.�?c. P. Blair the oldest Man in Umatilla county and one of the oldest in the state was 99 years of age thursday december 29, and celebrated his birthday at the Home of his daughter mrs. M. N. Saw Telle by climbing up and Down stairs to his room about a dozen times. He is in the enjoyment of the Best of health has a better appetite than he had at 50 and is in Possession of All his faculties. He has been a Resi int of the Pacific coast since 1853, c a of that time having been spent a v on and the last eight years in a 1. Rie Dicine that cures. Roxo okiza., ukr 11,1� wine of Verdui Abell Nelv do a care tick women. I consider it the most to Unble Mai divine. And it is the cheapest cure any sick woman can use As it takes is Unis Only a few bottles to effect s come plate and Kimting so. I especially recommend it for uterine or ovarian tron pm inflammation and ulceration painful no fuss or scanty mensa Matioda and it is a most Salu Anle adjunct to ass during theg Stative period in sting easy child birth and speedy recovery., it a bold have a place in every Home As it is a owe Friend to wife Mother and May Len and i most heart j War Rob and is nmn. I x by dier8 sentenced. Thirty \ jail and $600 Fina for a Tara. Athen a o. A. 3.�?judge Woods this Bio Nln. Let the six regular soldiers foun go. A Ting in the streets of the City a the Encampment last summer v a line of $500 each and 30 Days a workhouse. Sergeant Lott Ltd guilty of shooting with intent to kill was sentenced to one year in prison. Or. Mrs. Buchanan it an authority on the science of a Cine and of mainly appreciates the great work Phra Iciano Are a if my for the Relief of is Fer. But this does not deter her from expressing her views m Prats of wine of Camlai. A a mrs. Buchanan s High Intel Liger and Long and such a Render her advice of great value. We of Cardus cures bearing Down pains my relieves Suffin Uig or vhf so misery to which their sex is heir. You a the inc Handy thousands of other eminent women that wine of card i will Cam pantely cure you. A a All dog Gist sell bottles wine of Cardui. A me Iii
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