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A 50 PER GENT INVESTMENT I
This Means Your Dollars will Reach Double at J
! Our Store. * \
THIS IS NO BANKRUPT STOCK |:
! Nor Old Stuff Offering, as Some Merchants Will Tell the
Same Old Story—What Else Can They Tell You? I
OUR GOODS ARE FULLY AS GOOD ||
As Any Other Store in Town and We Positively Guarantee Them
to be First Class at Money Saving Prices. !;
Come and Get Your Share of Profit by this Bale and event !
at the New ]i
SURPRISE STORE I
i^Cfß^\ The SHORTEST,
\ Cas^i QUICKEST Route
V^®ft/ To NEBRASKA
And all points Eas
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dninth, Fargo,
Helena ami Butle.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, New
York, Boston and all points East
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. tn. dep.
No. 10, north bound, due 10:50 a. m.
No. 15 departs 1 :\o p. m.
No. 16 arrives 9:30 a. 11:
For further information, time cards map
and tickets, call on or write
W. C. DUNNING, Agent,
i'The O. R. & N. Announces rates to
c Portland fair, from Pullman, $14.86
und trip, with return limit .SO days.
Party of ten or more on one ticket, $10.50.
with return limit of 10 days. Tickets on
sale daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th,
for full particulars inquire at the O. It.
A N. Depot.
fjgjP Shoj^t Line
and UNION PACIFIC
The undersigned will quote rates
and receive deposits for prepaid
tickets to be delivered at any point
in the East. Write for particulars.
0. R. & N. Time Card.
No. 83 will leave Pullman for
Colfax, Pomeroy, Dayton, Pendle
ton and the east at 8:40 a. in., daily,
No. Si will leave Pullman for Col
fax, Spokane, Portland and the
east at 3:00 p. m., daily.
No. 84 for Moscow at 12:15 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
No. 82 leaves for Moscow at 9:05
p. m. daily.
I. T. AMES,
Agent, Pullman, Wash.
Just ordered from the East a large
shipment of good shoes and latest Hats
for men see their prices, they will sur
prise you at the Surprise Store.
BOUNTY ON VARMINTS.
Following is the text of fie scalp
bounty bill as enacte by tie recent
Be it enacted by the state legisla
ture of the state of Washington :
Sectioln. That section lof an act
entitled, "An act to provide for the
extermination of coyotes and wolves
in the state of Washington »nd for
the payment of bounties for sich ex
termination, and making an appropria
tion therefor," passed the houte, not
withstanding the governor's veto,
January 24, 1905, and filed in the
office of the secretary of stat«, Jan
uary 27, 1905, and the same is
hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 1. Any personP wko shall
kill and destroy any coyote, wolf,
lynx, wild cat or cougar in the state
of Washington shall be entitled to
a bounty therefor in the sum of one
dollar($1) for each coyote and wolf
killed and the sum of two dollars and
fifty cents (2.50) for each lynx or
wild cat killed, and the sum of five
dollars (5.) for each cougar killed.
Section 2. That section of said act
is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 2. Upon the production to
the county auditor of any county by
any person of the scalp or scalps of
any coyote, wolf, lynx, wild cat or
cougar killed in such county, each of
which scalps will show two ears, eye
holes and skin to the tip of nose, the
couny audior shall take proof by af
fidavit, that each of such coyoes,
wolves, lynx, wild cats or cougars was
killed in such county, and hereupon it
shall be the duty of such county audi
tor to issue and deliver to such person
his warrant on the current expense
fund of such county for the sums
hereinbeforee provided, and shall take
and preserve a voucher showing the
number of scalps so produced, the
amount paid, and the date each of
such animals was killed, which
voucher shall be signed by the person
to whom such bounty is paiil.
Section 3. That section 3 of said
act is hereby amended to read as fol
Section 3. Any person claiming
any such premium shall produce such
scalp or scalps to the countfy auditor
of the county in which such coyote,
wolf, lynx, wild cat or cougar shall
have been killed, within three months
after such killing, and shall take or
subscribe the following oath before
such auditor or any other officer au
thorized to administer oaths: "I do
solemnly swear that the scalp or
scalps here produced by me this —
day of —— are of a coyote, wolf,
lynx, wild cat or cougar, (as te case
may be, giving the number) killed
in the county of , State of Wash
ington, and that said animal, or ani
mals, was, or were, killed not prior to
——." To which the auditor or any
other officer authorized to administer
oaths, shall append the usual jurat,
subscribed by himself and deputy.
Section 4. That section 61 of said
act is hereby amended to read as fol
Section 6. Any person or persons
offering for the purpose of obtaining
said bounty the scalp of any coyote,
wolf, lynx, wild cat or cougar killed
prior to the passage of tnis act or that
were killed outside the boundaries of
the state of Washington, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof shall pay a
fine of not less than $10, and of not
more than $50 for the first conviction,
and for any subsequent conviction for
the same offense shall be fined not less
than $100 nor more than $500 for each
such offense, together with all costs
attending such suit, one-half of such
fines to be paid to the informer and the
other half into the general school fund
of the county wherein such eonvicvtion
Section 5. The auditor, treasurer
and chairman of the board of county
commissioners shall at least quarterly
check over the scalps on which bounties
have been paid, and at such time and
in the presence of each other, reduce
said scalps to ashes.
Notice to Painters.
Rids will be received by the President
of the Agricultural College and School of
Science, Pullman, Wash., up to and in
cluding May sth, 1906 for the painting
of the exterior of the Administration
Building, Stevens Hall, Ferry Hall, the
Green House, l-'ann Barn and Piflpry,
according to tpecificatlons on tile iv his
office. Board reserves tha right to re-
Jed any. or all bids. Each bid must be
accompanied by s certified check for
$2r>.00 to be forfeited in case of failure to
enter into contract in accordance with
the i>id and the tpeciflcathms. Bids
will be received on the buildings separa
tely and on the entire job.
!><■ not miss this splendid opportunity
to buy your mipply of useful goods at oO
percent less at the new Surprise Store.
. . . DEALER IN ...
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Stoves, Tinware, Garden Tools, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Cement, Lime, and all
other merchandise usually carried in
stock by a complete hardware store.
J. D. ALLEN, M§r.
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|J To make room for our NEW SHOES we are going to 9
H sell certain lines of Shoes at 9
■ BARGAIN PRICES: I
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you buy are what you think they should be. OUR Clothes are enjoya
ble clothes. They look right. They feel right. They ARE right !
AND—they can be bought at prices that preach new doctrine.
gOT" A "Royal" Coat front never "breaks
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - - . • p u n man> Wash
& ruuman, Wash.