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title: 'Pullman herald. (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, May 27, 1905, Image 17',
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ALL Tin: TRAIL mv 17.00,
Portland Juno 2,—Seven dollars will
enable the visitor to the Lewis and
dark Exposition to see concession on
the trail, the amusement thoroughfare
of the Centennial. At St. , Louis it ;
cost in the neighbbrhod of $80.00 to see
the "Pike" with its severiy shows
many of them which were not worth
the price -of admission. % The Trail
offers thirty-five of the finest attrac
tions ever Includeed in an expositioon.
Fancy seeing thirtyfive shows for seven
Thee most expensive concession on
the trail is the Carnival of Yen
spectacular production designed by the
"King of Ballet," Bolossy Kiralfy.
The juice of admission to this at
traction is r>o cents, ard after seeing
the show the fee will be pronounced
reasonable. Fivehundredpersons par
ticipate on the stage. The scenee is
laid in Venice and by means of some
very fine scenic offerings the illusion is
faithfully carried out,even to the
canals of that Italian city,. The can
als are of real water. The Carnival
of Venice is ia terpischore an extrava
gansa of the highest order.
Leaving the Carnival of Venice the
visitor meaenders over the Homer
Davenport Farm. Paying twenty-five
cents he enters and beholds the fore
most cartoonist of the world comfort
ablf seated on a rustic bench before
a crudely built log house Surrounding
the illustrious penman are hundreds
of blooded fouls, several specimans of
horses of Arabian blood and mafgnifi
cant Hambletonian. Across the way
from Davenport's is the Klondike min
ing exhibiht. This concession is pre
eminent from an educational standpiont
and offers the visior a truthful por
trail of mining methods in vogue in
the gold fields of Alaska. The build
ing that houses the show is designed
inside in pamorama effect and a full
sized placer mine is found in opera
tion. Clean-ups of real gold worth $10. -
000 are made every hour. The admis
sion is 25 cents.
Following the trail the visitor en
ters the streets of Cairo paying a fee
of fifteen cents. He is now ,in the
midst of all that is Egyptian.
A wonderful show is located almost
opposite the .streets of Cairo, the Infant
Incubators. There is no gaity about
this concession. It represents the
most astonishing achievement of mod
ern science, the nurturing of human
beings by artificial means. In the
pleasing little building housing this
attraction are several ingeniously con
structed incubators containing real live
infants. Visitors are allowed to gaze
at them through plate glass, and ap
prsantly the tots are content to remain
in their snng homes. The admiaiaon
to the infant incubators is twenty
And ao on down the Trail the visitor
may meander. A great many of the
shows offer admission as low as ten
The visitor finds foolish shows, or he
may devote his time to instructive
shows. No matter how hard he hits
the "Trail" he cannot spend more
than seven dollars, which will admit
him to thirtyrive attractions, unless
he chooses to take in a show move than
once. The entire list of concessions
with their prices of admission follows:
(lay Paree, 25 cents; Concert Hall,
25; Infant Incuhators, 25; Cascade
Gardens. 25; White Swan, 10; Japanese
Village and theatre, 25; Diving Elks.
25; New York Animal Show, 25;
Haunted Swinp,2s: Streets of Cairo, 15;
Theatre,2s Donkey Ride, 25; Camel
Rihde ,30; Carnival of Venice, 50 ; Land '
of Midnight Sun, 25; Tellevue, 25;
Davenport Farm, 26; Sistine Ma
donna ,10; Trip to Niapra Falls, 25;
Galveston Flood, 25; California Radium i
Exhihit.'lO Burns Cottage, 10; Shoot-'
in£ Gallery, 10; Mirror Maze, 10;
White Slave or Glimpse of the naivm,
10; Grand Siberian Railway, 25 iand |
Blue Grotto, 25.
This bank has been incorporated with I
a capital of $26,000 ami desires a com
petent representative in Pullman. Best :
references required. Address, The '
Stale Hank of Washington, Spokane,
Any reliable fanner or stockman wish
ing the use of a good Herford bull for the
season on most reasonable terms should
consult Prof. Elliot, of the College.
FOR SALE.— 150 head of good grade
stock cattle, ages one to five years, for
sale cheap. W. i:. Mann.Waverly. Wn.
WAGONMAKER IN PULLMAN. \
Gentlemen Take Notice, a first-
W a gon Maker and Carriage
Builder has located in lie Drink- 1
water Shop, Pullman, \Va*h. All
work promptly done and guaran-1
teed. Come one, come all and give
me ■ trial.
F. H. Harris. 1
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - . -• Pullman, Wash.
1 aTb . baFem co, 1
IJLUVDLE THE FOLLOWING I
HANDLE THE FOLLOWING 8
LINES OF GOODS: I
IStudebaktr Wagons and Hacks 1
Studebaker Busies and Carriages I
Canton Clipper Plows I
I Superior Disc Drills . ■
American Fence Wire v , I
The Walla Walla Weeder—tlie greatest I
I machine yet produced for ground cultivation 1
under all conditions. , I
McCormich Harvesting Machinery I
I We take special pains to have on hand at all times full lines I
lof extras for all mrchinery sold by us. We believe it will pay ■
you to deal with an old, reliable house. Give us a call. |
YOURS TRULY, I
IA. B. BAKER & GO.
I Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH. I
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 I
To improve your Horse Stock from International Stallions—a few of which will arrive at Pullman this week ami more in Tulv Take II
advantage of this opportunity to -.-i s,,ni- of this blood .... your farm to build from. Take pride in it. !,;w,,11, judiciously and ' 8
I j Borne day you will be thankful you had a man in your midst with the enterprise to bring such horses for your nee.' A
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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
E. W. BUCKLEY
Dr. .1. A. SJtair.
All work uiiiii'itiiii'eil. Charges modern
TVetli Extracted Absolutely Painless.
' 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.
To clean up Our Line of Childrens and Infants' Dresses
We Offer 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.
WOOD genebal drayihg. COAL
Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
hay for SALE Phil . G Bickford
LEV] ANKKNY. Pres. F. T. GRKHR, Cashier.
GAY LOMBARD, Vich-Pres. S. A. TURNER, Assist. Cash.
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt
ami careful attention '