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cepting the degree won the aud
The Lombard oratory medal
was presented to Newton J.
Akin; the Steams debate medal
to William J. McLean, and the
Eilers piano medal to Miss Sue
President Bryan announced
the establishment of the new de
partments of Domestic Science,
Music and Education. These
announcements met with the
Regent Anderson closed the
exercises with the benediction.
The most memorable com-
mencement in college history was
brought to an end by the grand
alumni dinner in the dining
room of Ferry Hall. The dinner
was a most brilliant affair. It
was a reunion of the Alumni and
Faculty with our honored visit
ors as guests. All afternoon
good things were disposed of
with witty toasts and speeches
The year just closed has been
the most successful in the his
tory of the college. Great ad
vances have been made along all
lines. Everything indicates a
most promising coming year, and
it is safe to say that more than
a thousand students will be en
—A closing out sale is being
advertised for the stock of gen
eral merchandise of A. T. Fariss
-W. L. White and family have
gone to Portland to see the won
ders at the big fair. They will
visit Mr. White's relatives at
Salem before returning.
Mrs. W. J. Windus and
daughter, Winifred, of Colfax,
visited with Pullman friends the
—Roy Morse and wife, accom
panied by Mrs. G. W. Metcalf,
leave tomorrow for Portland and
other coast points. They expect
to be gone a couple of weeks.
—Dr. Maguire and Ollis Pink
ley, with their families, will
leave in a. few days for Portland
to take in the fair.
A fine six octave oragan for sale
Enquire of D. L. Kemper at the Pot
latch lumber company yards.
Alfred Peats wall papers are up-to
date in every particular. See them at
The Board of Directors of school
district No. 59, Whitman county,
Washington, will receive sealed bids
upon the following supplier: Cray
ons, Erasers, Pencils, Pens, Ink, Pen
cil and Ink Erasers, Tablets, Legal
Cap paper, Drawing paper, Toilet
paper and other supplies of a similiar
Bids are to be submitted by 8 p. m.
June 28, 1905. Board resreves the
right to reject any and all bids.
W. G. BEACH, Clerk.
LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR DAILY
We keep you on the route a few
hour^ loger, but we give you the worth
of your money. Via the Northern
Pacific you see the beeautiful cities of
your own state. At Spokane you con
nect closely with the most splendid
train in the world, "The North Coast
Limited." Do not purchase fair
tickets until you consult me.
C. D. Wilson, Agt. N. P. R.
Large line of Wall Paper samples to
select from. Drop me .t card and I will
bring the samples to your home for in
E. W. BUCKLEY
Dr. A. E.Shaw.
All work kuh tntMd. CluurfMmoderate |
Tt-etli Extracted Absolutely Painless.
Better titan traps or smokers, sure death
to any squirrel. Over two tons sold al
ready this season. Be sure to get the
right Hnd. It's WATTS
Also you may take that trip to the Lewis and
Clark Exposition. In either case you will need
an outfit such as we list here below :
Shoes, Hose, Gauze Underwear, Shirts, Collars,
Ties, Fancy Vest and and a Suit of Clothes
Shoes, Fancy Hose, Gauze and Muslin Under
wear, Corsets, Waists, Skirts, Gloves, Umbrel
las, Material for Shirt Waist, Suit, etc.
Our is absolutely new, clean and up-to-date,
so of course for these things you will go to
WKITHAM & WAGNER
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[Burgess & Gray, Importing Co!)
I This Year will probably be your First and Last Chance I.
To improve your Horse Stock from liUernHtional'Stalliona—a few of which will arrive at Pullman this week and more in July Take 9
advantage nl this opportunity to get some of this blood on your farm to build from. Take pride in it, handle judiciously and ' W
|§ Home day you will be thankful you had a man in your midst with the enterprise to bring inch horses for your use.' m
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During this Sale we offer
9 cent goo.ls fur.. *7 CM j 0 cent goods for 16ct»
10 cent goods for .. B<-.!r ; 25 cent goods for 20cts
12 cent goods for lOcts j 3.5 cent goods for ..28cts
15 cent goods for 12cts j 50 cent poods for 40ct8
Every Ladies Shirt Waist, including our Jap Silk,
Organdies and Jacquaid styles go at:
$1.00 WaisU at $ 80 j $2.60 Waists at .+2 00
$1.50 Waists at $1.20 \ $3.00 Waists at 210
$2.00 Waists at..; $160 | $4.00 Waists at $3.20
Men's Light Spring Suits; Men's White
Vests, Men's Summer Suits, all go at the
same discounts. 1-5 off. ;
Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone No. 477
Give orders to
HAY FOR SALE Phil. G. Bickford
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I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt
ami careful attention