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FOR REHT, FOR BALE, ETC.
-For Up-to date new foot we«r for
ladies see the famous Green-Wheeler
line. City Shoe Storr,
CABH-For poultry, bg», Pork & Veal.
Thoroughbred poultry bought and sold.
_ . , Pullman Poultry Co.
North door of chop mill building,
Two Furnished rooms for rent. In
quire of L. J. Lindlky. (16tf)
Wantk»—A few thoroughbred ceck
rels and hens of the different breed* »f
Pullman Poultry Co.
Wantec — Salesmen wanted to sell
nursery stock in Whitman County. We
carry a full line of nursery stock as well
as all the latest and best specialties, roses,
shrubbery and ornamental shade trees.
This it the largest and best equipped nur
sery on the Pacific coast. One-half
commission advanced each week on all
orders sent in. Address Washington
Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. (49tf)
That by attending oar Closing Out Sale you could
make dollars double themselves. We have proved, to
a great many that our statement was true. We
have decided to extend this extraordinary sale for
two weeks longer.
All Woolen, Mixed and
Dress Goods at
Of course we are out of a good many items
but we are certainly giving unheard-of bar
gains on what stock we Jiave.
WHITE FRONT STORE
I Take-Down Repeating Shotguns
The notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get
a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the advent of
I the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These guns are sold within reach
1 of almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong, reliable and handy.
I When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. They
I are made in 12 and 16 gauge. Step into a gun store and examine one.
FREE: Send name and address on a pottal card for our large illustrated catalogue.
L WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. -
THE ACME OF MALLEABLE RANGES
PULLMAN HARDWARE CO.
For Sale—Good steam power flour
mill. Good location. $7000 cash or will
trade for farm property.
Pullman Land Co. (2w)
Wanted—Trustworthy Manor Woman
te manage business in this county and
•djoining territory for well established
house of solid financial standing. $20.00
straight cash salary with all necessary
expenses paid weekly by check from
headquarters. Money advanced for ex
penses. Position permanent; previous
experience not essential. No investment
required. We furnish everything. En
close self-addressed envelope. Address,
Manager, 810 Con.o Block, Chicago, 111.
For Sai.k—Medium sized potatoes as
sorted 40cte. per hundred. Smallerones
26ctt. per hundred.
Pullman Poultry Co.
Lxnies, —1 bey; to call your attention
to my Tailored Street Hats, which will
be on display on and after Tuesday, Feb
ruary 28. Call and see them. Mrs. P,
E. Fullerton. '22)
Wanted—Poultry, Eggs, Pork A Veal
for cash. We buy sell and exchange
thoroughbred ceckrels of the different
breeds. Pullman Poultry Co.
The top of a
range does four
fifths of the work.
It is always in use.
The Monarch top
being made of mal
leable iron, heats
so quickly that the
work is done with
out burning out the
fire box and wast
ing fuel. It will
not crack, break,
nor warp with even
three times the a
buse that would de
stroy other kinds.
The polished top
and blued - steel
body require no
and see them.
—On Friday evening, February
24, Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins enter
tained Mr. Hawkins' class of the
M. E. Sunday school, those present
being Ethel Wexler, Saidee Wallis,
Grace and Libbie Moats, Edna
Walker, Hazel Aid rich, Ruby
Edwards, Louise Quesnelle, Martha
Stone, Laura Pearson and Vera
Pearson. The evening was pleas*
antly spent in various amusements,
including a peanut contest in which
each girl tried to carry the largest
number of peanuts across the room
and back on the blade of a knife, in
which Ethel Wexler won the first
prize and Martha Stone the booby
prize. Refreshments were served.
The girls departed well satisfied
with the evening and found out
what a good time girls could have
without boys being present to in
terfere with the program.
—C. E. Clure, of Palouse, has
purchased the interest of W. D.
Outman in the Stewart Outman
Hardware Co., and has already
taken possession of his new hold
ings. He will remove his family
here this coming week, and will re
side in a residence on Mechanics
hill. Mr. Clure comes with the
best of recommendations from his
home town, and he and his family
are given a welcome to Pullman.
Mr. Outman has not yet decided
upon plans for the future, but it is
hoped that he will not look else
where than Pullman for a location.
—The farmers telephone com
pany, of which Grant Storey is
president and Ben Swall secretary,
has purchased the telephone lines
of L. L,. Wright, and is consolidat
ing all the farm lines, with headquar
ters in this city. The central
office will be in charge of Miss
Elva Bryant. The company pro
poses to extend the lines and to
connect every farm in this vicinity
with the Pullman central office.
Will Erect Own Building.
Portland, March i —Spokane, Col
umbia, Whitman, Yakima, Asotiu,
and Walla Walla counties, Wash
ington, strongly favor a display at
the Lewis & Clark Exposition, and
have thrown their interests together,
and are devoting portions of their
appropriations to the carrying out of
A similar movement was com
menced previous to the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition at St. Louis,
but was finally abandoned owing to
fact that Spokane county was sus
pected of attempting to obtain the
bulk of the exhibit space. Upon
the close of that enterprise, the
county Boards of Trade have drawn
the conclusion that it is but fair that
Spokane county, the largest in
Eastern Washington, should have
the greatest part of the exhibit
space, and as all ,have come to an
amicable agreement, efforts are now
being devoted toward the realization
of the plan.
Whitman county has taken the
initiative and the movement has
become general. Each county will
contribute to the general fund for
the erection of an Eastern Washing
ton building, and its construction
will be commenced shortly. Spo
kane county will appropriate about
$7,000, and Whitman and Walla
Walla counties $3,000 each.
A RETURN VISIT.
Dr. Ingalls, eye specialist, who visited
this town sometime ago, is again here
and better prepared to aid thoie who are
desirous of obtaining relief from nervous
or sick headache, dizziness, floating spots
before the vision, rapid tiring of the eyes,
inflamed or scurvy lids, granulations and
many other troubles. Call at once. Dr.
Ingalls has thousands of testimonials.
He has had 1!4 years' constant practice
which is recommendation itself. The
doctor cuts and grinds the lenses tor each
one needing glasses. If your glasses are
not perfectly satisfactory it will cost you
nothing to find out if you can be bettered.
Will be her* until March 7, at Artesian
Laditf Woe CroH thOM turn soles and
rubber heels make life comfortable and
restful feet. Windus and Styles, £
-The "Pullman Plumbing Co."
is the name by which Bull's plumb
ing establishment, is now known,
Chas. Bull being president and J.
F. Thayer secretary. The company
is also spreading out, having added
a line of garden tools, hose, granite
and tin ware, in addition to their
plumbing supplies, stoves and ran
ges. Mr. Bull as a plumber cer
tainly needs no introduction to the
people of Pullman, and that he is
al the head of that department
means that when you deal with his
firm you get the best the market
— Claud Sevter was shot through
the fleshy part of the left leg, above
the knee, today while out hunting
squirrels with some other boys, the
wound being caused by a bul
let from a 22 calibre squirrel gun.
A gun in the hands of one of his
companions was accidentally dis
charged, with the result as above.
The lad will speedily recover if no
— 1,. 1,. Wright, who has recently
sold his telephone line, has removed
with his family to Albion.
In i-liarse of tlie Practice of dr. C. n.
wii.son during the latter'i absence
Oflcc Hours —9 to VI a. m.
1 to .i p, in.
Realdenc ePhone, 506. Office Phone, Main 11
Fanners attention! Come in
and pet a one pound package of
Watt's Squirrel Poison free. (19w2)
175 PAIRS CHILDREN'S SHOES
at one third off regular price
Prices cut one half on
150 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES
MEN'S AND BOYS' TROUSERS
Left from suits, go at one half price. See bargain counter
135 LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS
All new winter styles. Most of them are Palmer
garments. To close the lot we offer $4 skirts
for $3; $5 skirts for $3.50; $6 skirts for $4.75,
and $7 skirts for $5.00.
WOOD gewepal drayin6 COAL
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
hay for sale Phil. G. Bickford
HATS AT COST
FOR THIRTY DAYS
$3.50 Hat for $2 60 $3.00 Hat for $2 10 $2.50 Hats for $1 65
$2.00 Hats for $1 25 $1.50 Hats for 90c
Fine Line of Boys' Hats at the same cut rates. Furnishing Goods,
Shoes, Crockery and Groceries.
R. B. BRAGG & CO.
/jSlfejv The SHORTEST,
\\rfwj\ QUICKEST Route
V<iJ ft*/ To NEBRASKA,
And all points East.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dululh, Fargo,
Helena and Butle.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia. Washington, New
)\> k, Boston and all points East
No. 9, south bound, nr. 11:55 p. m. dep.
12:05 P-" 1-
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 imp
and tickets, call on or write
W. C. DUNNING, Apent,
One pound trial package of
Watt's Squirrel Poison freo at
Watt's Pharmacy. (19w2)
When buying a Piano consult
Lester Gammon, of the Allen <t
Gilbert Ramaker Co., Portland, who
handles 16 different makes of Pianos,
such as the Kuabe, Everett, Steeck,
Fisher, Packard, Ludwig, Mason &
Hamlin and others, You can make
your own terms. (H^O
Prices cut one third on
Every pair a bargain