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THE POLLUIHH HMD.
Saturday, Oct. 15, 1904
frweilM of th« liitrnmril la a T>mm~
•«■« »e«n« Pnaaltd m London
A stage heroine who happened at the
same time to be an able executant on
the piano had to play night after night
the same part at a popular theater.
She anxioupl ongod to give the audi
ence a spec' on of her musical abil
ities, but V • part in the performance
afforded m .iportunity for such a dis
play of her powers. Hut her Inventive
genius came nobly to the rescue, says
London Tit-Bits, and she discovered a
place in the action where pianist and
heroine mipht go hand in hand.
When the curtain RIM revealing the
desert of the Black mountains the
spectators beheld, to their amazement,
a splendid piano place*) at the foot
of the rocks. The heroine, with the
haste of one pursued, cllmtxvi down
the rocky path, stopped ••._-*.;■'iir<»«l at
the sight of the piano and exclaimed:
"The savages have burned down our
cottage, murdered my father and
mother and driven away our rattle;
but, heaven bo praised— they have left
mo my piano. Music shall comfort dm
in my distress and. if the ladies and
gentlemen permit, I will play them a
Competition Is »o keen and educa
tional opportunities bo numerous that
all sorts of Inducements are held out
by the various institutions to win stu
dents to their respective ranks, but It
has remained for one of the foremost
universities of the north to formula a
plan whereby students may work un
der continually sunny conditions, s«yi
the New York Herald.
Under this system students mar re
ceive credit for work accomplished in
a small institution In the far south,
the samo as If done in the large north
ern university. So that a student
matriculating in the fall quarter In the
north may spend the winter quarter in
the sunny south and then return for
the spring quarter to the north, mi
ijrating with the birds, as it were.
The same method holds with some
of the Instructors. Even the cata
logue of the southern university ad
vises students to furnish themselves
with fishing tAckle and grins, as out
dooor sports are most heartily encour
aged, la not this making education
R. B. Bragg & Co. are paying
25 cts. per dozen for eggs.
An opportunity to SAVE MONEY That t^m day
b£*«^^«£,TSKßSa" ' ° h" time' with thfS ™in vi™ We *■•"• »»»«><*« Monday, be..
Dress Goods. Ladies' Furnishings. Coats and Jackets. Laces, Embroideries. IN FACT
riece ooods. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Misses'and Children's Caps. Corsets. EVERYTHING
bhirt Waists. Hosiery. ladies' & Misses' Gloves & Mits. Table Linen. PERTAINING l
bklrts- Notions. Belts. Towels. TO
_ Ladies> W°ol Blouses. Ribbons. Oil Cloth. DRY GOODS.
~ AT AOTTJ AIL. COST ~ —
hey.^o! wUl^afcoST. °To En you thai GROCERIES AND CROCKERY aphtha exception of a few Contract Goods",
on some of the Goods included in this sale. We are going to sell them, and if you don't want any of them we will sell ZZolote^ ™ *" '*" P*!?
Ammonia, -bottle 8 c Bulk Oil.per gallon 2 5c Tea Garden Dri, 1 g.!.............^ I Chimney,, No. 1, 3 for ~~^o
r Pl>^ 3OC — :,0e ! enumerating everything in our g^^]^-^ 111^1 £
do SZ 1 6 2O C 22 Lt H lb, "^ 4°° ! GR°CERY DEPARTMENT Karo Corn Syrup, 1 gal 45c All 5c Toi.et So^p, 7 £ IZZE
Magic Yeast, per package 6 0,, 2 4c Corn Meal, ,0 ,U. f||2 show you that we mean what we J^i^-,"™ 25c Malt \ inegar, per gal 45c
Magic Yeast, per package 4c Corn Meal, 10 Ib. Back 25c show you that we mean what we d for 25c Malt \ megar, per gal 45c
Yeast Foam, per package 4c Malt-Too Flakes, 3 pk. 25c j say when we tell you these lines I Z T^™' "^ 2° 2° Mule Team Bo™*-™c> 2 for 25c
Beans (white), per pound 4c Salt Herring, 15 lb. kits $120 |\ , , . V inese lines Picnic Crackers, per pound 7 c star, Horse Shoe and Climax
Bluing, per box 6c Spiced Herring, 15 lb. kits Hls j are t0 be closed out- Fig Prune Cereal, per prckage 20c Tobacco per pound 45,.
Sa^T^;:::::::::::::::^ ESSJ&Sfizzz!^ Bl cL mH Ca hr; per —;• !r A " 10°Smoki" 8 T%i"?. rpl«
. P - WC ' Bacon and Hams, per pound 16c All 5c Smoking Tobacco, 0 pkg5....25c
This Sale will Run through the Month of October.
After November ist we shall dispose of any goods left through another source, so if you are interested in saving some good hard coin don't wait until i. I. .
late. Contract Goods not included in this sale are Schilling's Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder, Crescent Cream Coffee. Under no circumstances vi" Leu he
price on these goods, as we have bound ourselves by contract to sell them at the regular price. circumstances will we cut the
Remember: This Sale holds good through October Only. ~~
Anyone going to the world's fair
should not miss the opportnitty of
visiting Salt Lake without extra ex
pense by taking the O. R. & N.
through sleeper ou Oct. 4th.
Pullman cab line. Phone 512.
HatfP, 250tl to any part of the city.
Ladies calling, Tocts per hour.
(1) Lex Morgan.
To My Many Friends and Patrons.
The report is circulated that [
have abandoned the auctioneer bus
iness. I want to say that I am
hti 11 open for work in that line and
if you have anything in that line
let me I;now and I will treat you
right. Yours for Business,
J. B. Hicks.
For Rent — Piano at reasonable rate.
Enquire of G. \V. Ford.
IF<wis for Sai.k —lure bred Poland
Chinai, both wexes. Enqaira of L. VV.
Dawton, four milei northwMt of Vu\i
iic.m «>n Colfax road. 4t*
I wish to announce to my pat-
Rons that during my absence in the
east I have taken a post graduate
course in dentestry and am now
prepared better than ever, to per
form all operations in the very
latest and most up to date manner.
Dr. Pittwood I. 0. 0. F. Blk.
Dissolution of partnership of
the Wm. Buckley & Co.
E. S. Burgan & Son close out
their interest, good will and all to
Mr. Wm. Buckley. All unsettled
accounts to be settled with Mr.
Win. Buckley. We speak for Mr.
Buckley your continued patronage.
E. 8. Buk<;an t & Sox.
Sept. 26th, 1904.
Lewiston Interstate Fair.
For the above occasion the N. P.
Ry. will sell tickets Oct. lGth, to
Oct. 22d, inclusive, Pullman to
Lewiston and return, at rate of
$2.tt5, good returning Oct. 24th.
Tha above rate includes one add
mission to the fair. Children half
fare. W. C. Dunning, Agt.
*,fcj' Courage 10 a Matter
\ of* tlic Blood*
Anemia means MA
common in men and
young women tnul nil
those who work indoors,
who do not get enough outdoor air and
good oxygen in their lungs. There are too
many white blood corpuscles in such cases,
and there is often a peculiar sound in the
heart, called a murmur, in cases of anemia.
This heart murmur is caused by thinness
of the blood passing through the heart.
The murmur of anemia disappears when
the blood regains its natural consistency
and richness. It is not heart disease.
Sometimes people suffer intense pain over
the heart, which is not heart disease, but
caused by the stomach. It is the occasion
of much anxiety, alarm and suffering, for
which its victim is dependent upon reflex
disturbances from the stomach caused by
indigestion. In the same way many bad
coughs are dependent upon these reflex
disturbances of what is called the pneumo
gastric nerve. To enrich the blood and
increase the red blood corpuscles thereby
feeding the nerves on rich red blood and
doing away with nervous irritability, take
Dr. Pierce '« Golden Medical Discovery,
which promotes digestion and assimilation
of food so that the blood gets its proper
supply of nourishment from the stomach.
Get as near to nature's way as you can. A
medicine made entirely of botanical ex
tracts and which does not contain alcohol is
the safest. Dr. Pierces Golden Medical
Discovery contains no alcohol or narcotics.
Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the
best liver pills.
Gold Crown .and
Porcelain Bridge work.
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Prices reasonable and
I. O. O. F. BUILDING.
R. C. Leuty, horseshoer and den
tist, has moved his place of business
to the Hoffman shop, on Grand
street, where he will make a special
ty of shoeing crippled horses and of
horse dentistry. (48 t4)
Notice to Creditor*.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate of Soprano R. I
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator ot the estate of So
phrona R. Ford, deceased, to the credit
ors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers within twelve
months alter the first publication of this
notice, to the said administrator, at the
law office of John W. Mathews, in the
City of Pullman, in the said County of
Whitman, the same being the place for
the transaction o/the business of said es
tate. T. Thoonry.
Administrator of the Estate ofSophro
na R. Ford, deceased.
Dated Aug. 19, 1904. (t>7t4
Through Pullman Sleeping Car to St,
Louis, via 0. R- & N.
On October 4th the O. R. & N.
will run through tourist sleeping
car, Pullman, to vSt. Louis, with
stop over at Salt Lake and Denver,
leaving Pullman at 3 p. m. and ar
riving at Salt Lake at 8:25 a. m. on
the 6th, leaving at 5:45 p. m. and
arriving at Denver on the 7th at
5:50 p. m. and leaving at 8:25 p.
m. Arriving at the gates of the
World's Fair station at 6:30 a. m.
and at Union Station, St. Louis, at
7a. m. Passengers can secure ac
commodations at the Inside Inn
which is only a short walk from the
World's Fair Station. A free organ
recital will be given in the Mormon
Tabernacle at Salt Lake at 11 a. m.
of the 6th for the benefit of passen
gers. For further particulars in
quire at the O. R. & N. depot.
I. T. Ames, Agt.
Special representative in this
county and adjoining territories to
represent and advertise an old es
tablished business house of solid
financial standing. Salary, $21
weekly, with expenses advanced
each Monday by check direct from
headquarters. Horse and buggy
furnished when necessary. Posi
tion permanent. Address Blew
Bros. & Co., Dept. A, Monon Bldg.,
Chicago, 111. (6t46)
Dr. A. E. Shaw*
All work guarantee*!. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.
jk"A QUICKEST Route
\<^wKsjJ To NEBRASKA,
And all points East.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To St. Pan/, Minneapolis, Dtiluth, Fargo,
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, New
York, Boston and all points East
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. m. dep
No. 10, north bound, due 10:50 a. m.
No. 13 departs 1:30 p. m.
No. 16 arrives 9:30 a. m.
For further information, time cards maps
and tickets, call on or write
W. C. DUNNING, Agent,
\,r Pullman, Wash.
A. D. ChaulTon, A. G. P. A.
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