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Better than traps or smokers, sure death
to any squirrel. Over two tons sold al
ready this season. Be sure to get the
tight Hnd. It's WATTS
MADS only AT
That are Shoes
KEITH KONQUERORS, $3.50, $4.00
UTZ & DUNN'S, Ladies', $1.75, $3.50
We are showing in Mens Shoes, the Glazed
Kangaroo, Velour Calf, Vici Kid, Patent Colt,
Patent Kid, Tan Calf, also Black Patent Leath
er Oxfords and Tan Oxfords in soft flexible
leather. These shoes are all made in the very
latest styles and have those qualities that makes
you a satisfied customer.
We have in our line of-Ladie's.and Children's
Shoes everything you could possible want botn
in shoes and Oxfords. We haven't room to
mention all the different kinds we carry but
we ask you to come in and look them over.
THE building we occupy is going to be
repaired throughout, so we are ob
liged to move June the first while repairs are
going on. From now until June Ist we are go
ing to have the Greatest shoe sale. We are go
ing to greatly reduce the prices on our entire
Mammoth Stock, on that the public will take
advantage of this opportunity and shoe them
selves for time to come. Remember we mean
business; we must move and the shoes are go
ing to be sold at
The stock is all new and up to date. Come in
and save your money while the time is ripe.
HINDUS & STYLES
CITY SHOE STORE
PULLMAN ... - WASHINGTON
SUPERIOK CiU'liT NOTES.
Only 16 of the tvgular panel of 20
jurors reported tor duty Monday morn
ing and of these J. I. Luper, W. R.
Morrison, T. B. Matlock. ("lacs Malm
sten and J. A. Miller wen excused.
An open venire for 12 men was ordered
Issued. The following jurors were fin
ally selected to serve on the regular
panel: T. W. Savage, E. W. Wein
berg, J. H. Dodge, John Bach, W. J.
Greer, M. F. Turner, A. H. Martin,
M. V. Crabtree, G. W. lYn-in, Bert
Mullins, J. V. Myer, W. Mattoon, .1.
A. McClure, R. E. Matlock, W. S.
McCall, A. B. Maxwell, W. J. Mor
row, J. W. MCclintock, Florent May
er and James Morgan.
The first case called was that of Er
nest Johns, charged with assault and
battery on S. I. West. K. H. Kipp
represented the state and J. T. Hrown
the defendant. After being out two
hours the jury brought in ft verdict of
The case of the state vs. Crocket
Devine, charged with assault with a
deadly weapon upon James R. Hag
erman was next called. After the
state had presented its evidence, J. T.
Brown for the defense moved that the
court instruct the jury to bring in a
verdict of acquittal. After argument
the court ruled that the charge of as
sault with a deadly weapon be with
drawn from the consideration of the
jnry and the charge of assault and bat
tery be submitted. After deliberat
ing for eight hours the jury found de
fendant guilty of assault and battery
and recommended him to the mercy of
Both Johns and Devine will be sen
tenced Monday morning at ten o'clock.
The case of the state vs. James
Moore,charged with horse stealing was
next called. The defendant did not
appear and the court ordered judgment
entered against the bondsmen, P. M.
Moore, S. Moore and J. O. Catlett,
who will be called upon to contribute
$1000 to the county.
The case of the state vs. G.S. Field,
charged with stealing sheep from Phil.
Cox was next on the docket. Prose
cuting Attorney Kipp and Hanna &
Hanna represented the state and John
Pattison and M. M. Godman of Day
ton appeared for the defendant. The
case was being tried yesterday.-Com
The O. R. & N. Announces rates to
the Portland fair, from Pullman, $14.86
round trip, with,return limit :>0 days.
Party of ten or more on one ticket, $10..">0.
with,return limit of 10 days. Tickets on
sale daily from May 29th to Oct. 16th,
for full particulars inquire at the (). It.
it N. Depot.
N E W
Harness & Saddlery
.. Shop ..
J. J. SMITH, Proprietor
...REPAIRING A SPECIALTY...
Located in Chop Mill building,
on Grand Street.
/^ The S HORTEST,
r(«H QUICKEST Route
VJ^S|!W To NEBRASKA
And all points Has
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
oSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Vargo,
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
Chicago, Philadelphia. Washington, New
York, Boston and all points East
No. 9, south bound, ar. 11:55 p. m. dep.
No. 10, north bound, due 10:50 a. m.
No. i'j departs 1:30 p. m.
No. 16 arrives 9:30 a. tr.
For further information, time cards map
and tickets, call on or write
W. C. DUNNING, Agent,
This is the time of year to paint.
We have a full line of Fullers' Pure
Prepared Paints, Pioneer Lead,
Linseed Oil, Varnishes, etc. We
also carry a fine line of Paint
Brushes at reasonable prices.
Agents for the Monarch Range.
fDOH'T REID THIS]
■ M .CARELESSLY! $■ I
U To make room for our NEW SHOES we are going to 11
ffil sell certain lines of Shoes at Jjm
i BARGAIN PRICES: I
I Regular $2 50 shoes for $1 75 ft
250 " 185 I
300 " 225 I
350 " : 275 I
350 " 85 I
a '} 375 " 295 J
1 " 375 " 300 I
if These numbers are all GOOD STOCK, and are neither ||
W ::helf-worn nor out of style. if
I R. B. BRAGG & CO.
H . r-' '-^-*^J^> C'^BBpTT.) jlftjmifttr ><S?iirWMTkM Ef4
Hh i^m/ term. Clothing may be only acover-
Wf^jtu dress. Eachjjarmenf is tailored in<lrj>fn<)eMfly
Bt\ dress is the style for to- d ay, /aA
|s^|l\ and not for yesterday. Royal /M Klrjn?
B^k tailoring is all of this. Then why aA J>m9k2
1 jWUuy JWP I^l P ay more for something yj^ j^Em iijf
It is worth something to you to know that the clothes
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.
&T A "Royal" Coat front never "breaks."
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - - - Pullman, Wash.