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THE PULLMAN HERALD.
SATrRDAV, JUNE »4, ")'5
—E. E. Gallagher and daught
er, Anita, left yesterday for a
month's visit with friends in
—Dr. Rosenberger left yester
day for Arlington, Oregon, to
inspect a shipment of horses that
is to be brought across the line
Mrs. L. H. Judson, who has
been under treatment at Dr.
Benton's for some time past, has
returned to her home at Whelan
fully recovered in health.
— Miss Zellaßisbee, last gear's
editor of the "Evergreen," and
an '04 graduate, was here for
the Commencement week exer
cises. She is now a teacher in
the public schools of North
Yak i ma.
—Lee Webb was among those
who renewed college acquaint
ances, and partook of the Alumni
banquet this week. Mr. Webb
is now stationed in southern
Idaho doing special work for^the
U. S. Agricultural department.
—Thos. Neill has removed his
household goods to his new home
in this city from Colfax this
week, an is now a resident of
Pullman, a condition that comes
quite naturally, as he was one of
the city's pioneers and has al
ways been a Pullmanite at heart.
—E. A. Pearce and family and
E. S. Burgan left Wednesday for
the St. Joe river, Idaho, to camp
out for a couple of weeks. They
will be joined tomorrow by Harry
Austin and family, after which
the Pullman colony will not want
for trout, as Harry is said to be
second only to Isaac Walton.
— Philip Sullivan,a sixteen year
old boy who has been employed
on thejrailroad||section here, was
arrested Wednesday on"? the
charge of carrying concealed
weapons. A loaded revolver was
found on his person and Judge
Swain «ent him to Colfax for the
superior court to deal with.
—City Marshal Holt wishes us
to announce that, beginning next
week, the ordinance prohibiting
the hitching or staking of cows
or horses on the streets of the
city will be rigidly enforced. A
number of complaints have come
to him lately of parties who have
staked cows out where they
could obstruct the roads and
walks, and if you don't want to
be escorted into the august pres
ence of Police Judge Swain, it
would be well to heed the warn
ing of the marshal.
SPECIAL RATE TO OCEAN
BEACH ON N. P.
Tickets on sale June 15 to Aug.
25, inclusive. To Westport and
return, $20; to Long Beach and
Clatsop Beach, and return. $20.
Final return limit, Sept. 30.
C. D. Wilson, Agt.
FOURTH OF JULY EXCUR
The 0. R. & N. will sell tickets
July 3rd and 4th with return
limit July 6 to any point within
distance of 200 miles at rate of
one and one third fare for the
round trip. Children of half fare
age one half of the above rate.
I. T. Ames, Agt.
LOW RATES TO DENVER ON
N. P. R.
Epworth League meeting, July
sto 9; Eagles meeting, Aug. 14
to 24; Osteopathic Assn. meeting,
Aug. 15 to 19; G. A. R. meeting,
Sept. 4to 7. Rate, $50 for round
trip; limit, 30 days.
C. D. Wilson, Agt.
<| WE MAKE A J $8.00, $9.00, $10.00 and jj§
b-^ $11.00 Men's Suits &4
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lapecials ~~~~—~~—~~r *Q 50 i
1 A Big Special in White i $10.00 $12.50, $j 4.00 and $15.00 | Tyf/" 1 CAT P 1
1 and Colored Bed \ Ladies' Tailor-Made HlO 3 ALE I
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a $2.00 Spreads... IJ^J on U7 SO Ladies 1
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M and by buying in such j / <<wxS>. : — ___„ i
m large quantities we are ; / /*Vv^\ \ '■ '•' ' :i:■' .|: '"' I
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1 tra big size Spread for j I / IJ|l w j ;i ' — ! I
M the price of i 1 I w//r l\ \ ''! «^^ — «^- > t?» v i
I : : : II ' ' oo° Ladies Fine Hand- %
I Ai An -i '/^lili\ V kerchiefs we bought at 1
1 Wl "111 k#I'IK " a grea K,reduction' and I
1 aft 1/M MiM > are able to give you i
I . IjlliLU ' |: ' ///in 1 values that you were
M j '■//I lf\ m I- " ■ never before able to i
1... We have also 50 col- ] //If I• 11 get; " T f hi^ is; a rare op- I
1 ored Spreads in Pink, HIuIIL^%. portunity for the Ladies i
I just what YOU HAVE i; rr- 5C Handkcrchlcfs - 4c I
I just what YOU HAVE 5^ Handkerchicb - 4c |
I BEEN WANTING ... ■:For this great Bale we have Belected 15 tap " _ _ A/% i
«r» , Q * O ' ' Fine Suits, in medium and heavy-weight < *v/V* V/V^ &
Jfi XlXtra OlZe 04 in. XO4 in. cloths, Trimmed and Plain, well made, and 44 ||
51 Reerular, 2.00, nOW J all good Serviceable Suits, ranging in price I ISC - " OC W*
S ;l as follows: $JO, $J2 $J4 and'sls, while 44 »|j
;! they last, which will not be long. ' OAP m -T/I/^M
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1 These are a few PRICE PROOFS of our Leadership 1
1 in Merchandising • S
J...E. S. fiurgan & Son!
I PULLMAN, WASHINGTON I
CIIAS. BILL. President.
We have also added a nice line of Garden Tools,
Hose, Graniteware and Tinware.
The best equipped Tin and Plumbing Shop in the city, with the
best assortment of Plumbing Supplies and Fixtures that has
ever beeu seen in Pullman. We make a specialty of Tinning,
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating, and absolutely guaran
tee all work in these lines.
J. P. THAYF.R, Secretary.
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there been such
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of
Glasses. Our success in
this line is due. in a meas
ure, to the fact that we em
brace every new meritorious
idea. We constantly seek
to originate new methods of
excellence that will in any
way aid us in the practice of
W. L. WHITE, M. D.
At White's Drug Storr
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. -