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| MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF SPRING GOODS 1
I Our Spring Goods are arriving and every department is filling up with bright, I
new, stylish goods direct from the Eastern markets. Never before have we shown I
- such a variety of stylish goods. We have the largest assortment in every depart- i
I such we have of stylish goods. We in large quantities are able to give lower prices. I
ment we have ever shown, and buying in large quantities are able to give lower prices. I
| ""^■■■K; J . Our Clothing Depart _ -| • It's impossible. to tell you of alll the good things in I
I PfWla»"»3l!f meOt lt ° f SPedal intereSt our Dry Goods Department, but will say we are show- §
I mSt^l^S^ to young menthat is, to ing the newest things in the market in all the new I
I W^MJl^fA, y°Ung mCn Wh°a"deCP" weaves and patterns. We have I
• !^SEmM<mmm^ ly interested in dressing I
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Mr. Frank L. vSmith, an evan
gelist of experience both in Kng
land and the eastern states, will oc
cupy the pulpit of the Episcopal
church tomorrow at 3 p. m. and
7:30 p. ru.
—The first action of the consoli
dated hotel interests was to take the
Artesian bus off the run, and now
tor the first time in twelve years
Pullman has a single bus at the in
Spraying of all kinds, orchard or
shade trees, done by L. L. Good
win, R. G. Armfield and R. J. Hill.
Latest methods. Best spray. Con
sult US. ( 2 t)
— Ira Henshaw expects to leave
within a few days for Twin Falls,
Idaho, where he will establish a
—The glee club departed Tues
day morning on its ninth annual
Your neighbor has a Studehaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
[ will sell all the balance of the]
material, tools, stock in trade, etc.,
of the late Martin Zender, at pub
lic auction, on Saturday, Match is.
1905, -at 1:30 p. nv, at the old
blrckstnith shop or. Grand sti
W'm. Swain, Administrator.
Call for Water Fund Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that thefo low
ing Water Fund warrants of Ihe city <>t
Pullman will be paid by the City Treas
urer on and after March 1 5, at
which date inten c Warrant No.
1299 for $35.00 ; No. 130 :
1302 for 5387.08 ; No ■ So.
1304 for $25.00; No. I 9 foi 132.90, and
No. 1310 for $350.00.
]. S. Ci.akk, City Ti
Call for General Fond Warrant*
Notice is hereby given that the follow-1
las Genera] Fund warrant! of the City
of Pullman, Wash., will be paid by the
City Treasurer on and after March iath, j
1905, at which date interest ceases. War
rant No. 1055 for «37-s°; No. 1077 for
$51.00; No. 1078 for *47-5": N*°- 1079 for
$51.00; No. 1075 for $1.50; No. 1063 for
$12.32; No. 1054 for $50.00; No. 1045 for
$2.75; No. 1047 for $7.50; No. ioiS for
$6.00; No. 1084 for $1.50; No. 1085 for
50; No. 1090 for $21.25, and No. 10S0
forfl4-9°- . „
J. S. Clark, City Treasurer.
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Have their ' ' i'tsSFM
CLOTHES MADE fS^H
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Just Opened I HrV
PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
The ii.'-t dressed men in any community are not necessarily the ones thai pay
high prices for the irlothea they wear. People are no lunger surprised to find the
il label on garments worn by sensible men, but rather do they wonder at flnd-
Inga sensible man who w jU pay „„„•,. f or | MS t .i o thes than the Royal Tailors ask.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Post Office Building - . Pullman, Wash.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
I Fish and Game in Season
I South Side Main Street -- . . Fu iiman, Wash.
HANDLE THE FOLLOWING I
LINES OF GOODS: I
Studebaker Wagons and Hacks \
Studebaker Buggies and Carriages I
Canton Clipper Plows , 1
Superior Disc Drills \
American Fence Wire I
The Walla Walla Weeder-the greatest I
machine yet produced for ground cultivation I
under all conditions. I
McCormick Harvesting Machinery , I
We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines I
of extras for all mrchinery sold by us. We believe it will pay J
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call. I
YOURS TRULY, I
A. B. BAKER & GO,
Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH. I
LXVI ANKKNY, Pres. I " "
GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Pres GRKKR, Cashihr.
' RES - 8. A. TURNKR, Assist. Cash.
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
I ' °f PULLMAN - -
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
An^ og Pert a iuing lo c_ s , wm receive our prompt
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. .1. E. Shaw.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.