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We will have our I
SECOND ANNUAL GRIND SPRING OPENING! I I
I •• Saturday, April 15th, •• I
I at which time we'll have for your inspection our mag- I
nificent stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. We have spared no time nor I
money to bring together the cream of Spring creations, and invite you to attend our I
| Opening, and see the styles as they are today in New York. Music and Souvenirs. 1
I Opening, and see the styles as they are today in New York. Music and Souvenirs. |
I E. S. BURGAN&SON
| PULLMAN, - . . . WASHIWG-I ON !
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—E. W. Downen was called to ,
Abiugdon, 111., Monday, by a tele- ; '
gram announcing the death of his i
mother, Mrs. M. A. Bay miller.
Any reliable fanner or stockman wish-
Ing the use of a good Hertford bull for the
season on most reasonable terms should
consult Prof. Elliot, of the College.
Wanted a good stockman to work at I
the College farm —See \V, ]). Foster, farm
THE DOCTOR'S TROUBLES.
Rich Woman Patient Who Is Afraid
She May Be Sick la the
"Capt. John 'Host, the physician who j
has proved that common salt is an ex- !
celeni roniody for cancer, has a brusque, I
unexpected sort of wit." said a Eurgeon
of New York, according to th( Times.
"Capt. Roat as for a time in private
practice. lle did ell; he effected some
remarkable cures; but he had no pa
tience with the imaginary ailments of
a certain type of rich person, and, to
escape treating people who were not
really sick, he turned to original re
"A matron of wealth was one of Cai
Host's earl) patient* She was never
ill, but eternally she feared that some
dreadful disease was about to attack her.
"One afternoon she sent for Rost
posthaste. He found her in first-class
health. She was only afraid that, on ac
count of the dampness it might be un- !
wise for her to go to the theater that |
"'Go by all meant. It won't hurt you,' i
said Dr. Host.
"Then he took his leave. But, as he i
was putting on his gloves In the hall a j
servant culled him Lack. The woman j
wanted to see him again.
" 'Oh, doctor,' she said on his return, j
'l wanted to ask you if i might at some
oysters after the theater.'
" 'Yes, madam.' he answered gravely,
'shell* and all. 1 "
"We need a drawer or something to !
put these euta away in." said the fore- i
man of the country weekly.
'Haven't got any drawer now that's
not in use." replied ll>'« editor.
"But, ho.d on! Yes, we have. Take
theca»h drawer.'V— Philadelphia Ledger.
■His Sixth Sense.
"BimVr dines out a good deal,
"I should say he did. Why, that
man can tell an oyster fork from a
game fork with his eyes blindfolded
•nd his hands tied." —Cleveland Plain
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It is worth something to you to know that the clothes
buy are whai y< v think they shduld be. OUR Clothes are enjoya-|
We ' They look right. They feel right. They ARK right !
•^*l> -'i' be bun; rices that preach new doctrine.
f A "Rev..!" Coat front never "breaks "
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - Pullman. Wash.:
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats I
Fish and Game in Season
i South Side Main Street - - . - Pullman, Wash.
HANDLE THE FOLLOWING 1
LINES OF GOODS: I
Studebaker Wagons and Hacks I
StudebcClier Buggies and Carriages I
Canton Clipper Plows 1
Superior Disc Drills |
American Fence Wire 1
The Walla Walla Weeder-the greatest I
machine yet produced for ground cultivation I
under all conditions.
Me Co/ 'in idi Harvesting Machinery . I
We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines
of extras for all mrchjnery sold by us. We believe it will pay
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call. |
YOURS TRULY, 8
A, B. BAKER & GO.
Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH. I
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LEV] ANKINV, P*i B, , .
GAY LOMBARD, Vici i 1 • f-KKI-K c xsiiikk.
B. A. fUJINBR, Assist. Cash.
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of P U L, L M A N
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Nothing like a Cole's Hot Blast
Heater for these cold mornings.
By right use of this stove you need j
not let the fire go out till spring.
Even heat night and day.
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.