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Pullmanite in Portland.
Ex-Mayor Theo. T. Davis, in a
letter to W. H. Harvey this week,
states that he has leased the second
floor of a new building only half a
block from the mails entrance to
the fair grounds at Portland, and
that he will hang out the biggeßt
Bign in the city, so that Palouserw
will know the place at which to
In speaking of the Lewis and
Clark fair, which opens next week,
Mr. Davis says:
"The fair has assumed large pro
portions. It is third in point of
cost, second in area and first in the
beauty of its surroundings; being
located at the very foot of Wil
lamette Heights for the west view,
and the river for the east border
makes a most beautiful blending
of nature and art. The buildings
are very handsome, and the ap
proximate cost of the whole is
"We have just returned from
the grounds, where we went to en
joy the electric illuminations. The
current was turned on to try the
effect and hearing about it we were
there to see it. I could not under
take to say how many incandes
cents were aglow, but the sight
was beautiful, beyond my descrip
tion. Imagine if you will— these
lights strung about a foot apart,
and lines of them on every comb
and cave, corner, tower, dome,
arch and gable, and then thousands
of sprays of them around the
walks, terraces and parks, and you
have miles of them—well, that was
what'we saw that evening."
FOR SALE—One Champion binder,
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
Alfred Peats wall papers are up-to
date in .'very Particular. See them at
A few Empire cream separators for
sale at cost. Stewart-Clure Hardware
For Sale Good milch cow and 18
--months heifer. Mrs. J. C. Barrang
For sale —A carriage, good as new.
Enquire of Mrs. Hattie Myers.
This bank lias been incorporated with
a capital of $25,000 and desires a com
petent representative in Pullman. Best
reference! required. Address, The
State Bank of Washington, Spokane,
Any reliable farmer or stockman wish
ing the use of a good Herford bull for the
season on most reasonable teruis should
consult Prof. Elliot, of the College.
FOR SALE.—ISO bead of good grade
stock cattle, ajjes one to five years, for
sale cheap. \V. E. Mann.Waveily. Wn.
WAGONMAKER IN PULLMAN.
Gentlemen Take Notice, a lirst-
Wagon Maker and Carriage
Builder has located in the Drink
water Shop, Pullman. Wash. All
work promptly done and guaran
teed. Come one, come all and give
me a trial.
F. H. Harris.
Alfred Peats Wall Papers
are so well known that it
seems unnecessary to go
into detail as to their
merits. Suffice it to say
that for quality, design
and price they are unex
Please come in, examine
the stock and get esti-
mates on your rooms.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - _ - Pullman, Wash.
[A. BJBAKEM CO?
I HANDLE THE FOLLO WING
LINES OF GOODS:
IStudebaker Wagons and Hacks
Studebaker Buggies and Carriages I
Canton Clipper Plows 1
I Superior Disc Drills
American Fence Wire
The Walla Walla Weeder-the greatest I
I machine yet produced for ground cultivation t
under all conditions.
McCormich Harvesting Machinery I
We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines
lof extras for all nirchinery sold by us. We believe it will pay
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call.
IA. B. BAKER k GO.
I Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH. |
TO THE PUBLIC.
Many irresponsible individuals, eith
er through spite, jealousy or ignorance,
are trying to injure my business by
circulating around that I, J. S. Char
lebois, scientific healer and teacher,
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 J. S. CHARLEBOIS.
DOUBLE SERVICE INSTALLED.
Effective May 14th, 1905. New
train No. 11 westbound, due Pullman
3a. m. No. 12 eastbound, due Pull
man 3 a. m.
C. D. Wilson, Agent.
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(This Year will probably be your First and Last Chance !
To improve your Horse Stock from International Stallions-a few of which will arrive at Pullman this week and more in Tulv Take 1
advantage of this opportunity to get some of this blood on your farm to build from. Take pride in it, handle judiciously and I
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Large line of Wall Paper samples to
select from. Drop me a card and I will
bring the samples to your home for in
spection. * .
E. W. BUCKLEY
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
1 Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless. 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
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a Great Line at 30c Per Set.
Ladies Muslin Underwear and Kimonas.
$2.50 Ladies Oxford Ties in Patent Colt r now
Going at $150 per pair.
To clean up Our Line of Childrens and Infants' Dresses
We Ofter 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.
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
HAY FOR SALE p hil G Bickfbrd
X.EVI ANKHNY, Pres/ H.T.GREKR, Cashier.
GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Pres. S. A. TURNKR, Assist. Cash.
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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