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title: 'Pullman herald. (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, January 07, 1905, Image 4',
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X • Within the next GO days we positively must close out as much of our entire stock as it is possible to do, and to do it we A
f, know it will be absolutely necessary to make sacrifice sales in every department. This we are prepared to do, and will do. TV
m —_^~™— ____~~-_|T Line Included in this Sale j — ~~~~ ™— m
m Dress Goods Ladies', Misses' and Child- Misses' and Children's Caps Corsets <%
\f Piece Goods ren's Hosiery Belts Table Linen y
I* Shirt Waists Notions Ribbons Towels
V Sihrts Ladies', Wool Blouses Gloves Oil Cloths v
f* Ladies' Furnishings Coats and Jackets Laces and Embroideries Every thing in Dry Goods \S
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A What goods remain on hand after February ist we will have to pack up and ship. We are not going to ship a thing that \
V we can sell, and we are going to sell anything that we can get anywhere near cost for. *F
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I Ammonia, per bottle 8c U. S. Oats, pkg 10c Chimneys, No. i, 3 for 25c Shredded Wheat3iscuit, 2 for 25c Cocoanut, #-lb. pkg 8c \
Axle Grease, 4 boxes 25c Dill Tickles, gallon 40c A11.5-cent Laundry Soap, 27 for $1 Tomatoes, 10 cats $1 Bulk Tea, (Japan), lb 35c 'F
A Baking Powder, (Prices 12 OS.) 30c Sweet Pickles, gallon 60c All 5-cent Tar Soap, 7 for 25c Minced Clams, 7»ns $1 Bulk Tea, (Spider Leg), lb 35c A
%£ Baking Powder, (Royal 12 ox.) 30c Tea Garden Drips, )i gallon 40c All 5-cent Toilet Soap, 7 for 25c Clam Juice, 8 cae £1 Bulk Tea, (Gun Powder), lb 35c W
A Baking Powder, (Schillings 16 0z.)40c Catsup, gallon 65c Cider Vinegar, gallon 25c Best Salmon, car 15c Bulk Tea, (Eng. Breakfast), lb 35c J\
\. Baking Powder, (Crescent 16 o/..)..20c t-lb. box Crackers, 3 for 25c Malt Vinegar, gallon 45c Good Grade SaliPU, can 10c All 5-cent Smoking Tobacco, 6 25c LA
/ Magic Yeast, pkg } 4c 3-lb. box Crackers, 1 for 20c 20-MuleTeam Borax, 2 for.. '. 25c Domestic Sardin6, can 5c All 10-cent Smoking Tobacco, 3...25 c \
/• Yeast Foam, pkg..... ...4c Oyster Crackers, lb., 7c Head Rice, 12 lbs $1 Cocoa, i-lb. tins 40c Star, Climax, Horse Shoe Tob., 1b..45c \
%0 White Beans, lb 5c Fig Prune Cereal, pkg 20c Best Standard Rice, 16 lbs $1 Cocoa, ',Ib. tins 25c Honey Dip Twist, 6f0r...... 25c W
A Bottle Bluing 8c Postum Cereal, pkg 20c Broken Rice, 20 lbs $1 Cocoa, %\b. tin, sc, or 2 for 25c Standard Navy, lb 30c J\
t Malt Too Flakes, 3 pkg 8c Bacon and Hams, lb 20c New Crop Nuts, lbs lb., or 3 for.. $1 Cocoa, ' 4 ib. tin, sc, or 2 for 25c Dairy Salt, 50-lb. sack 30c M
Malt Too Flakes, 3 pkg 25c Bacon and Hams, lb 12'-'C New Crop Nuts, 20c lb., or 3 f0r...50c Cocoauut, i-lb. pig 25c Dairy Salt, 50-lb. sack.... 50c M
A Quaker Oats, pkg 10c Chimneys, No. 2 10c Lea & Perrins Sauce, bottle 28c Cocoanut, ; 'i-lb. ]kg 15c Stock Salt, 50-lb. sack 40c j\
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—^ Now is tHe time for prompt action — — m
I Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, Overcoats, Imbrellas, Boy's Clothing and Overcoats, ||
j Underwear, Quilts, Blankets, Etc., Etc., all included in this sale. Safe, Coffee Mill, Several Show Cases, and other Fixtures, For Sale. k|
a- Profit in Porkers.
0. R. Young la a steadfast advo
cate of diversity in farming, and es
pecially does he believe that hogs
fit in nicely with wheat growing.
Mr. Young last week sold to J.
R. llupley 88 head of hogs that
brought him $1040, making his
total sales of swine during 1904
rerch a total of $1830.
The hogs were for the greater
part of the year pastured upon
ground from which the crops had
been taken, thus representing in a
large degree a saving of what is a
total loss to too many a farmer.
Mr. Young farms 800 acres of
W. R. C Installation. ,
Whitman W. 11. C. entertained
the local G. A. It. Tost and a few
other invited guests last evening at
Masonic hall. The occasion was
the annual installation of officers
of the corps, following which cere
mony a bountiful oyster supper
Mrs. C. O. Morrill acted as in
stalling officer, and bestowed the
badge of office upon the following
President, Mrs. Downen.
V, S. V. P.; Mrs. Greaves.
Hi, J. V. P., Mrs. Spaulding.
Treasurer, Mrs. Allen.
Secretary, Mrs. Williams.
Chaplain, Mrs. Tewalt.
Couductor, Mrs. Stewart.
Asst. Conductor, Mrs. Monlux.
Guard, Mrs. Benton.
Asst. Guard, Mrs. Pfiel.
Color Bearer?, Mrs. Hinchliff,
Mrs. Akin, Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Craw
Patriotic Instructor, Mrs. Hub
Press Correspondent, Mrs. Brook-.
—This has been another week
with the mercury around spring
time. A winter of more delightful
weather was never known in Wash
ington, and consequently no where
1.1.V1 ANKI'.NY, PKM. F. T. GRKKR, C^hibr.
GAY LOMBARD, VICB-FRBS. S. A. TURNKR, ASSIST. CASn.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o/ PULLMAN —
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative basking will receive our prompt
and careful attention
FOR SALE BY E. S. BURGAN & SON.
FOR THE BEST IN TOWN SEE
Dr. A. Eshaw*
All workguaraneed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extractd Absolutely Painless.
It is a great pleasure
to get up under the
warming influence of a
Cole's Hot Blast
the great fuel saver.
' EVEN HEAT-DAY AND NIGHT.
STEWART - OUTMAH
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DR. ROLAND LOW,
Office in Letterman Building, Opposite
Artesian Hotel. Phone, 466.
PULLMAN .... WASH.