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—Illustrated circulars, of 36 pages,
descriptive of the Summer Science
School for Teachers, have just been Is
sued by the college. All who interes
ted in the coming session should send
to the college authorities for a copy.
The school is to open June 26, and run
till August 4;
Inspect our line of buggies and light
driving harness before you buy. Our
line is complete and our prices are ;
right. Stewart-Clure Hardware Co.
—Among the college exhibits at the
Portland fair will be a reproduction in |
miniature of the campus and buildings.
Prof. Shedd is in charge of the work.
—I). B. Mackintosh, editor of the
Kendrick Gazette, was here yesterday
attending the oratorical contest, he be
ing one of the judges on delivery.
-At 2:15 this 'morning, the real-1
dence of Mrs. Crane, on Methodist hill, i
was destroyed by (ire. The loss is j
covered by insurance.
--The brick are being hauled for j
the construction of Zalesky's new build-
Ing opposite the Herald office on Alder
Before buying a buggy see our I
stock. It is complete. Every job !
guaranteed! Stewart-Clure Hardware!
Buy a Henny hack. They are the j
best. For sale by the Stewart-plure.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Many irresponsible individuals, eith-i
er through spite, jealousy or ignorance, I
are trying to injure my business by j
circulating around that I, J. S. Char
lebois, scientific healer and teacher, j
have been drummed out of Spokane
nad other towns. For this reason I
have deposited $50 in each bank here
in Pullman, which will be paid to any!
one proving such vicious statement.
2t I. S. CHAR] EBOIS. |
F(MI SALE —One Champion binder, i
almost new; one gang plow; one
garden weeder; one horse; saddle
and bridle; buggy. All at one-half
price. Enquire C. R. D. S. Oak- j
CALL FOR GENERAL FUND WAR
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing General Fund warrants of the
City oJ Pullman, Wash., will be paid
by the City Treasurer on and after
May 15, 1905, at which date interest
Warrant No. 1091 for $35.50; No.
1081 (or $151.00; No. 1086 for $14.14,
and No. 1092 for $259.85.
J: S. Clark, City Treasurer.
CALL FOR WATER FUND WAR
Notice is hereby given that war- j
rants on the Water Fund of the city
of Pullman, Wash. —to and including
warrant No. 1816 will be paid at the
office of City Treasurer, on and after
May 15, 1905, at which date interest
J. S. Clark, City Treasurer.
and union Pacific
The undersigned will quote rate
and receive deposits for prepaid
tickets to be delivered at any pom!
in the East. Write tor particular*
0. R. & N. Time Card.
No. 83 will leave Pullman :
Colfax, Pomeroy, Dayton, Pentll
tou and the east at 8: pa. :;:., da
No. 8i will !• aye Pullman foi C i
fax, Spokane, i'ortlaud and the 1
east at 3:1 Ip. m M daily-
No. - .v at 12:15 iJ
daily, except Sunday.
N< Ins ril
p. tn. daily.
WAI L PAPFR UP-TO-DATE
ALL PAPER WALL PAPER
Alfred Peats Wall Papers ! PAINTING
arc BO Wl . known that It A lIN 1 1 IN U
Large line of Wall Paper samples to
Seems, Unnecessary to go select from. Drop me a card and I will
into detail as to their bring the samples to your home for in -
■ . ,„.,!,.. Sufe it , ™ y E. W. BUCKLEY
that for quality, design | _ _ , ;._ _
and price they are unex- Dr. .1. /•„'. 'Slill UK
M _/ ' DENTIST
Heaso come in, examine \}} workstuttranteeil. Charges iiio<!< rate
, , ! f. ' Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless,
the stock ;tn<l get esti-
E. A. REED, M. D.
Physician and Svrgcon.
, (Successor to Ceo. IS. Wilson, M. D.)
Mn nta ii Dny'and Ktght CaYs answered from
n 11 iM
IVI \J li 1 U II office. Telephones Main Hand the
Farmers 1 'Phone
' TOLLMAN, - - WASHINGTON
Any reliable farmer or stockman wish- . :
ing tht- nsi> ofa good Her ford luill for the | Wanted a goocl stockman to work at
season on most reasonable terms should ! the College farm—rSee \V. I>. Foster; farm
consult Prof. ElUotfofthe College: J foreman.-/
(~vsSsv Z ~71 They are not
:^fsW^:Mh^ol\ j| f • Complete Without
. j Appropriate
Wm Hi I j Clothing.
r--^^%^ fli I y^f%r^.:--'^ '■■:'-'■,' Don't go p way on your
;-;F^%,\N§f !r :'P^': ■''; ' J vacation without seeing our
' M^MM 11 ifil ' I: i ! >uting Suil - and compli tfi
''£$-J At |>'C-;' •"• :- = • ■/' '■ line of Furnishings; Half
li^-^|\\ :V).c,.,V-..^^i '/£?&&/ (of the fun will :,■ m having
A :' I' A R E L
Ma^b' T^ '■ YOU WILI HEED
;j/r ';,ll:\ V\X WOM ' One K. X. &F. Outing
4i*rtvKw* 'x I ''it" 7 ' Suit. ' i
Pl^SS^ IW Fancy Negligee ShiAs.
i^^Ml^ II ' Negligee Shirt.
K^^^S^^S^S •' ;;: : One or wo Si neks or Cra :
! S vats. •
rp. fA^^MfrV One or Two White Vests.
:&S •-' '>r-'' C%'b"" C" Plenty of Handkerchiefs.
I J A pair of Oxfords.
With this outfit you will be prepared to enjoy all the
fun in Bight. There is untold satisfaction in the
knowledge that one is properly arrayed for all occa- ;!
Huns. A glance at our styles will prove our claim \
that this is the best trading place for men. - —
PRICES always the LOWEST for the QUALITY.
Whitham & Wagner
I i^y "^ ny *is kcan oat own I
ipli^g^ But it takes a live one to I
[fiSß^i^^^ra Writ* Carl Joseph A Co., Merchant T»HoM,Ch!emgo, I
IB ggßg for their booklet, "Brother Dill" Dnd»—«sopher, S
PI Anybody can make a suit of clothes for f |
$20.00 — but to give the suit all the fit and finish |i
b] that you expect to find in clothes costing at least pf
N five dollars more— that's Carl Joseph's & Cos. H
K| way of doing business. If we can't give you the B
II best suit of clothes you ever had for $20.00 we I
Ladies Shirt Waists, White in all the New* Effects at
75c, $1.00, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
Ladies Hemstitched and Embroidered Collars and Cuffs
a Great Line at 30c Per Set.
Ladies Muslin Underwear and Kimonas.
$2.50 Ladies Oxford Ties in Patent Colt, now
Going at $150 per pair.
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To clean up Our Line of Childrens and Infants' Dresses
.. We Often You 1-5 Off Our Regular Prices.
We Pay 20c Per Dozen for Eggs and 13c Per Pound
—Live Weight—for Hens in Store Trade.
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HANDLE THE FOLLOWING I
LINES OF GOODS: I
Studebalter Wagons and Hacks n
. Studebaher Buggies and Carriages I
: Canton Clipper Plows j
Superior Disc Drills jj
American Fence Wire 8
The Walla Walla Weeder—tlie Greatest I
machine yet produced for ground cultivation g
(machine conditions. /'<>/■ ground cultivation B
under all conditions.
McCormick liar vesting Machinery I
We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines |
I of extras for all mrchioery sold by us. We believe it will pay ■•
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call. I
YOURS TRULY, 1
IA. B. BAKER & GO,
i Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH. B
HAmj[NG_OjF ALL KINDS
Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
HAY FOR SALE Phil. G. Bickford
rAVTn\f«Aun v,™d »*• T. GRthR, Cashier.
GAY LOMBARD, Vick-Pris. s a TURNKRi Assist . Cash .
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt *
and careful attention
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - . . Pullman, Wash.