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C*2 IJsLafiil ur ne °^ Spring Clothing is on the road and will soon be on our
[ff|[ tables for your inspection. After looking over many lines of clothing
Mwi f I we are convinced more than ever that the famous "Crouse and Brand-
IFWfl^f e&ee" line leads them all. Their garments are the work of high art
I ||||i| tailors such as America's pluck and determination to excel will ac-
I ||I|| complish. We have all the new shapes, new shades and new pat
il HI terns - We make a specialty of young men's suits and are prepared
111 ill to give you all the new patterns, full of clothing smartness and style,
• MI ii carefully tailored, cut the new shape, and all correct for Spring and
f^^M Summer, .
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& Co. and the Gold Medal Tailoring Co. These houses are strictly first class and stand at the head of the tailoring list. See
our samples and get prices before you order a Spring Suit. We guarantee a fit. New shirts, new patterns, new styles on display
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Principals' Association Meets.
The meeting of the High School
Principals' Association at Garfield
last Saturday was the most success
ful yet held. There were a few
principals absent, and many assis
tant and grade teachers present.
The matter of an educational ex
hibit for the county at the Lewis &
Clark exposition, was presented by
Superintendent McCroskey, and
after a hearty discussion, it was de-1
cided to make an effort to furnish |
an exhibit and place it in the hands ;
of the county superintendent >■!
schools, and a committee to be ap
pointed by him. The matter of
uniformity of text books for the j
grades in the schools of the county
was discussed by Superintendent
McCroskey and Principal Krueger
of the Thornton schools,and others.
Uniformity of text books in the
grades seemed to be favored unan
imously, but the plan for its ac
complishment was deferred until
the meeting of the institute in April.
The course of study for high
schools, was ably discussed by H.
M. Cook, superintendent Colfax
schools and T. E. O'Conuer, assist
ant principal Oakesdale schools.
Very interesting talks were made
on the topics in the program by
Superintendent-elect X. D. Sho
walter, principal Oakesdale school,
Miss Mary E. Fogle, teacher in
Colfax schools, Mrs. J. M. Roude
bush, of the Garfield schools,
Principal H. A. Ellis of Colton
school, and Principal j. L. Dumas
of Pullman schools.
Baptiat Church Notice,
We regret very much to be com
pelled to announce that the Evan
gelist, Rev. Ray Palmer, who is to
hold a meeting in the Baptist church,'
cannot be here until March 12th.
In the meantime the pastor, Rev.
W. E. Powell, will do his utmost to
interest the people. His subject for
tomorrow, at the evening service
will be "Has Man a Soul?"
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PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
The O*«t dressed men in any community are not necessarily the ones that pay
high prices lor the clothes they wear. People are no longer surprised to find the
Royal label on garments worn by sensible men, but rather do they wonder at find
ing a sensible man who will pay more for his olothen than the Royal Tailors ask.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - - - Pullman, Wash.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - - - Pullman, Wash.
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I HANDLE THE FOLLOWING I
1 LINES OF GOODS:
Studcbaker Wagons and Hacks
\ Studebaher Wagons and Carriages 1
Studebaker Buggies and Carriages
Canton Clipper Plows I
Superior Disc Drills a
I American Fence Wire I
Am erica n Fen cc Wire
The Walla Walla Weeder—the greatest I
I machine yet produced for ground cultivation I
under all conditions. ' I
McCormich Harvesting Machinery §
We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines!
of extras for all mrchinery sold by us. We believe it will pay
I you to deal with an old, reliable by us. Give believe it will pay
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call.
IA. B. BAKER k CO.
Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH.
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LEVIANKBNY, Pres. vTTmrT " V
GAV I .OMB*»D.V,c,.P., S . ''^ """S'iftßSSiU. AlMf . Cu> .
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I i'
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TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anythlng P€rt*ining to srasr.sss? wm receive our »«-p*
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.
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work Ruaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painleif.