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We are going to give you the best Jacket ever made for that price— ss.oo. We have
selected out of our stock Twenty-Five Garments, up-to-date, well made, nicely lined,
trimmed and finished, ranging in price from $7.50 to $12.50; and they go now at
This will undoubtedly create a sensation in our Cloak Department and those who have not bought are extremely for
tunate. The Jackets come in all sizes and the latest colors.
AM OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUIT
CHEAP. % '
You cannot afford to go without a Tailor-Made Suit when you can buy them so cheap.
; $32.50 Ladies' very fine Black or Blue Crepe Bug Viole; clearance price ... . £ig 75
$20.00 Ladies' heavy Brown London Twine, trimmed with gilt braid; clearance price - - $13 95
$15.00 Black Cheviot, neatly trimmed; clearance price $8 95
$15.00 Black Crepe Viole, trimmed with black and white braid; clearance price ... $8 59
$12.50 Black Broadcloth, trimmed with satin; clearance price $7 90
These bargains will not DIIDPiII 0 0011 Pullman,
last long-buy now DUlluAli & 01111, Wash.
JHE POLLiQi HEBfILD.
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the Pullman postoffice as second-class
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Wilford Allen, Editor.
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0. B. & N. Officials in Pullman.
A. L,. Craig, general passenger
• igent; J. F. O'Neill, traveling freight
agent, and Rinaldo M. Hall, adver
tising agent, all of the O. R. & N.
Co., were here all of Thursday af-
ternoon, renewing acquaintance
" with the people of Pullman, and
getting a line on business conditions
in general. They came in at three
o'clock, departing at seven that
evening on their special train.
To the Herald the gentlemen
spoke in words of praise of the ar
tesian city, and of the public enter
prise and rapid development of the
city. Mr. Craig expressed surprise
at the amount of building operations
in progress at the winter season, ad
miring especially the Christian
church, which will be one of the
most beautiful and commodious in
He stated that the Lewis & Clark
fair was making rapid headway at
Portland, and would be ready for
the public on opening day, June ist.
He believes the best time for the
people of the west to visit the fair
will be in June, before the great tide
of travel sets in from the east, for
the fair will undoubtedly be at its
best in its early days.
Elect John W. Mathews.
The vote of every voter of Pull
man who believes in the proper
and rigid enforcement of the law
and the maintenance of order
should be given to John W. Math
ews, for city attorney, next Tues
day. The zeal and diligence with
which Mr. Mathews follows the
law-breaker is well known, and the
fact that he is the public prosecutor
will have a good effect toward
keeping any disturbing element
control. As oi»y attorney, Mr.
Mathews cannot make laws. He
can enforce those that are already
on the statute books, and many of
them need enforcing much more
rigidly than they have been.
Neither the saloon, nor any public
or private institution, would have
anything to fear from his election,
so long as they intend to obey
the law. Under the high license
system, Mr. Mathews would serve
in the nature of a safety valve or
governor, and the saloon would
get just the privileges for which it
paid, with no special privileges im
plied or winked at. The best in
terests of the city demand his elec
—Prof. Quinlan is advertised to
give a lecture and stereopticon en
tertainment at Odd Fellows' hall
next Tuesday evening. He says
he will give a free prophetic read
ing of your future life. An admis
sion 25 cents will be charged, the
proceds to go toward the establish
ment of a World's Rescue Home at
Election Day Dinner.
The ladies of the Golden Rule
will serve a hot dinner on election
day, (Tuesday) in the Ankeny
Block, commencing at 11130 o'clock,
for 25 cents. All invited. Follow
ing is the bill of fare: Bread, hot
biscuit, creamed potatoes, squash,
string beans, pumpkin, apple and
mince pies, tea and coffee.
Competent dressmaker wants
work by the day in homes. Address
Mrs. I. S. Pritchard, Pullman.
All work given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. K. HUDSON
/jJffJ^Sy The SHORTEST,
\\Mmki QUICKEST Route
W}®pk/ To NEBRASKA,
And all points East.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, New
York, Boston and all points East
TIME CARD —PULLMAN.
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. m. dep.
No. 10, north bound, due 10:50 a. m.
No. 15 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,
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.
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|M^%S^r-TW»f "^^—"^"-'CT^^ffl folks have some sort of a cook stove, but
il^^lU^lfflSt^Stllr ffKraP Come in and look over this particular
I IHBH'SIs^S jtl^S»il i' » ■ range, compare it with the one at home
-ZL^^lfl M\P«mßmL^^BH in X one- To be sure, you'll admit that it
■ ■""■' USB looks better than your's; well, that's no
■"" " rfc^i»--I@r§r^s£^L'l SWM trifle. An eyesore wears on one,especial-
r^JB^BSZZ^ JIBS ly if it 'las to be faced for hours every
Q j^^p® day. Note how little fuel is needed to-
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How easily you can have a roaring blaze by a slight manipulation of a
draft or two; or how the fire can be turned into a dull, quiet glow. The
heat thoroughly circulates all around, over and under the oven, giving
an even heat from every wall and making It a perfect baker. The water
reservoir is most advantageously placed, and the water heats quickly and
is easy to get at. Your wife's experienced eye will note many advan
tages in this range over her presen; one. Bring her in. Make things
as easy for her as possible ....
PULLMAN HARDWARE CO.
THESE COOL MORNINGS
Make you think of the fine line of
You saw at
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UNION-SUITS A SPECIALTY
Corduroy Pants and Blue Flannel Shirts are
... all the style for Students . . .
Buy your pianos and organs from
a local dealer. Jos. Wallis will
give you the best you can get for
the money. (sitf)
Nothing like a Cole's Hot Blast
Heater for these cold mornings.
By right use of this stove you need
not let the fire go out till spring.
Even heat night and day.