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This is our first regular clean-up sale, and we are going to make it a great one. For this
sale we have selected lines that are in season; nice bright, clean goods, worth the original price
asked for them any day in the year. At the prices we have put on them for this sale, they cer
tainly won't last long, so don't delay, but come in at once and make your selections.
Ladies' and Afisses" —
Kid Gloves in white and colors, in
sizes sto 7^'; regular price is
Gauntlets, sizes 7 and 7 }-± ; regular
Misses' Kid Gloves, sizes 4% to 5^
regular price $1.25.
ALL GO AT 65c
Children's Fancy-figured, each, lc
Ladies', regular value 15c to $1.50,
sale price from 8c to $1.
Baby Lawn Bonnets
Regular price 15c, 25c, 35c.
Sale price, Be, 15c, 20c.
Swiss and Hamburg—regular price
sc, Be, ioc, 15c, 20c, 25c.
Sale price — 3c, sc, Be, 10c, 15c,
This sale continues until Sept. ist only j& RICHARDSON'S
THE Him HERHLD.
Saturday, August 27, 1904
State Crop Bulletin.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 23., l(.)04.
Week ending Aug. 22, 1904:—
[t has been another hot and dry
week. There has been no rain in
any locality since the 28th day of
July, and very little for over a
month, consequently the drought is
beginning to be seriously felt. Pas
tures have become very dry and
short, so that cows have to be fed
hay to keep up their milk supply.
Gardens, except where artificially
watered, have dried up badly. The
potato crop has been very injur
iously affected by t<he unusually
dry summer, and it is not believed
there will be above half the average
crop. The quality, however, is ex
In the Sound country oats have
ripened rapidly, and cutting is in
progress under favorable conditions.
The crop will be fair. The reports
about hops vary according to local
ity. In Yakima County, where
they are irrigated, the crop will be
a good one, and picking will soon
begin. In King and Pierce Coun
ties, except nearest the mountains,
where there is most moisture, the
crop has been affected by the ex
tremely dry weather.
Wheat reports from Walla Walla
county are of a yield a little above
average, eastern Whitman county I
about average, while in western
Whitman, Adams, Spokane, Lin
coln and Douglas counties the yield
will be less than average, owing
partly to June frosts, and partly to
hot, dry weather in the filling sea
Palouse Countky.—Col fax—Ce
reals have not been improved by
MITTS & GLOVES
White and Black, Lace and
Plain, retf. prices 35, 40, 45,
60 and 65c.
Sale prices 20, 25, 30, 40
I atid 50c.
Misses' Cotton Gloves, reg.
price 30c, sale price 20c.
Sizes 18 to 30, reg. prices |
50c, 75c, $i, $1.25.
These go at HALF price.
Plain Black & Fancy Lace,
reg. price from 40c up to
Sale price, 25c to $1.
BABY SOCKS, fancy lace, !
red, white, blue, black, !
25c to 50c.
Sizes 34 to 42, 1-3 to 1-2
off regular price.
VEILS, ready-made; sale
prices 40c, 50c, 60c
the prevailing hot weather and con
tinued drouth and the yield is
scarcely up to previous estimates.
Other crops would be benefitted by
rain. Rosalia—Cutting practically
done. Threshing about half done*.
On account of extreme hot weather
and continued drought crops rip
ened too fast. However, the entire
yield will be nearly the same as
last year. Tekoa— The weath, r
has been so hot that it has dried
everything too fast. Winter wheat
nearly all threshed. Fair yieia.
Farmington, about ten miles south
of here, has a fine crop of winter
wheat. The high winds of the 19th
blew off a great many apples; in
places fully one-half the crop. Pas
tures need rain badly. Fletcher —
Harvesting nearly done. Thresh
ing two-thirds done. Crop is short
on account of June frost. Quality
good. Gardens very poor. Pota
toes less than half a crop. One
fourth of a crop of fruit.
The secretary of the Panama ca
nal commission sends out the sub
joined notice to the working men of
this country and it is timely: i
"The laboring people of the
country should be on their guard
against so-called 'labor exchanges,'
which arc holding out promises of
employment on the Panama canal,
and exacting a fee of a dollar or two
irom each applicant. A concern in
one ot the eastern cities is sending
broadcast circulars urging early reg
istration, with the assurance that
the earliest to register will be in line
for the best places that are open.
Of course the ishniian canal comm
ission would give no countenance
to such contemptible schemes of
sharpers, whose sole object is to
separate the laboring man from his
hard earned dollar."
Arbuckle's Coffee, 15c—7 lbs. for $1 00
Leßoi Baking Powder, y 2 lb. 10c; Ilb ..... 20
*y> lbs. 50c; 5 1b5.... 90
Golden West Baking Powder, lib 20
Tillmann's Lemon Extract, 1 oz. 10c; 2oz 15
Vanilla " 1 oz. 15c; 2oz 25
Sunset Brand Japan Tea, per lb. 35c; 3 lbs 1 00
Pickles, 2^ gal. full measure, per keg 1 25
Karo Corn Syrup, 10 lb. tins 65
" " " 5 lb. " 35
Sunshine Brand Catsup, per gal 80
Star, Horseshoe, and Climax Tobacco, 1b... 50
Capped Jelly Tumblers, per doz 50
Ladies Knit Underw'r
Including Combination Suits
Vests with and without
Regular price ioc to 85c
Sal» price 8c to 55c
Ladies Muslin Underwear
Skirts, Nißlit Dresses, Corset Cov
ers and Drawers
1-4 OFF REG. PRICE
FOR RENT, FOR SALE, ETC.
Wanted—Crab apples. See Wm.
Wanted: —Storage for hay. Inquire
of E. A. Bryan or W. H. Harvey. (47t4)
For sale—Cheap; a few choice build
ing lots on High street. See C. H.
For Sale—Some good horses, broke
and unbroke, cheap. Enquire of G. W.
For Sale—My residence property on
Military Hill. Inquire on premises.
R. C. Sargent.
For rent—Nicely furnished room,
about a block from Main street; cheap.
Mrs. Os^car Hill.
For sale—My place in the Fairview
addition to the city. Seventeen acres in
orchard, good residence and outbuildings.
Inquire of Wm. Buckley. ( 47 )
Lost or Stolen—Ladies' purse with
letter "M" stamped on outside. The
purse contained a keep-sake ear-ring, be
sides some small change, and the finder
will confer a great favor by returning, at
least the purse and ear-ring to Mrs H
W. Price, Pullman.
Dr. A. E. Fish, osteopathic phy
sician, will be at the Artesian Ho
(el Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays of each week.
Competent dressmaker wants
work by the day in homes. Address
Mrs. I. S. Pritchard, Pullman.
Stoves, chairs, couch, tables and
a few other things for sale cheap.
11. C. Sampson, Olmsted's new
C. T. FOSTER
Twenty years experience in managing
pales. Terms reasonable and satisfac
tion guaranteed. See me or write for lit*
1 formation before advertising your sal*.
Pullman, (48t4) Wash.
Black and Red Satine.
Sizes 39 to 43.
Regular prices, $1.25 to $2.
Sale price, 75c to $1 50
Silk, Crush Kid and Leath
er. Sizes, 20 to 32.
Regular prices, 25c to 75c
Sale prices, 15c to 60c
DR. ROLAND LOW,
Office in Lettertnan Building, Opposite
Artesian Hotel. Phone, 466.
PULLMAN .... WASH.
DR. A. E. FISH,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
at ARTESIAN HOTEL.
Consultation & Examination Free
Hign Glass Piioioppny
All work given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. E. HUDSON
3 vryVo 2 ■ l^^r
C. H. Morton will conduct an
employment agency at his store
this summer. If you wish to hire
help or to secure work in any ca
pacity, list your wants with him.
He will assist you. 41
Our entire stock of Bleach
ed and Unbleached and Red
Damask is included in this
sale at 20% off reg. prices.
Our entire stock of Nap
! kins and Doilies at 20% off
I regular prices.
1-5 off regular price.
including Dress Ginghams,
Colored Lawns, Dimities,
Voiles, and White Walst
ings at 1-4 off.
128 pairs Ladies', Misses',
and Children's Shoes have
been placed on the bargain
table at ACTUAL COST.
Cabot W, 14 yards for $1 00
LL, 16 yards for 1 00
Georgia C, 20 yards for 1 00
Fruifof-the-Loom, 10 yds 1 00
8 4 Sheeting (brown), yard.. 19c
Honeycomb, 26-inch, regular
20c kind—2 pairs for 25c
Turkish, 36 inch, regular 15c
kind —ioc each, 3 for 25c
Same, heavy 36-inch, regular
Heavy Work Shirts, sizes 15
to 17, each 25c
We have put 8 doz. Shirts on
the bargain table, (Golf and
Neglige), sizes 14^ to 17,
reg. prices 85c to 1.50, each 50c
A broken line of good weight Bal
briggan, 35c values.
Shirts, sizes 38, 42, each 19c
Drawers, sizes 34, 36, each 19c
(||P Shorf Line
and union Pacific
0. R. & N. Time Card.
Under the new schedule, the O.
R. & N. trains now run as follows:
No. 83 will lea-e Pullman for
Colfax, Pomeroy, Dayton, Pendle
ton and the east at 8:40 a. m., daily,
No. 81 will leave Pullman for Col
fax, Spokane, Portland and the
east at 3:00 p. m., daily.
No. 84 for Moscow at 12:15 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
No. 82 leaves for Moscow at 9:05
--p. m. daily.
The undersigned will quote rates
and receive deposits for prepaid
tickets to be delivered at any point
in the East. Write for particulars,.
I. T. AMES,
Agent, Pullman, Wash.
Make estimates and specifications on
buildings in Pullman and
See them if you intend to build