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So many of us have another guess
If things were only as good as the
Town people should do less quarrel
ing, and country people should use bet
t> ■ seed coru.
A man who )ms all he knows at his
tonptM's command is a prodigy or be
doesn't know much.
Men are always trying to kill two
birds with OM stone They will do
pretty welNf they get one.
Girls prefer evening parties which I
the men CU attend, but married wom
en prefer afternoon parties which bar!
out all men.
When a girl Is two her father is
pleased when she goes Into his pockets
when he comes home nights, when she
is ten he Is irritated, and when she Is
thirty he gets mad.— Alt-bison Globe.
The Wrong I'ntlent.
When you go to consult a distinguish
ed physician whose time is precious, It
is ■well to bo clear and prompt In your
statements, advises tbo Buffalo Com
mercial, which adds: "A young woman
who was slow and confused In explain
ing her wants In the anteroom of a
busy Buffalo physician one day was
hurried into an inner office, placed In a
chair and had her stomach pumped out
with the neatness and dispatch that
come with dally practice. While some
prescription was being written the as
tonished young woman found her voice |
and managed to make it known that It
was her sister whose symptoms she
had tried to describe."
A Few Contingencies.
"You have to take a few chances if
you play the races."
"Yes," answered young Mrs. Torklns.
"so Charley tells me. If you pick tho
best horse, and ho happens to bo fit, i
and the Jockey understands his busi
ness and hasn't been tampered with,
and you manage to get through the i
crowd and persuade the bookmaker to
take your money, and the sheet writer
remembers the number of your badge,
and you don't get your pocket picked,
you may come out ahead."—Washing
Tho Very Latent.
Ferdy Fuzztop—Now I want you to
make me a very fashionable coai,
you know—one of the very latest and
most ultra stylish you can build.
Ferdy's Tailor—Yes, sir. Would yon
like it too long or too short? —Cleve-
A new and well selected line of
trunks and suit cases at Waters Fur
niture Store. tf
If you want to be abreast of the
times you must have a Studebaker
If you don't buy your clothes of Van
Bruggen you dont' buy your clothes
WE commence closing out Monday, Sept.
ii, the entire stock of General Merchan
dise consisting of a $35,000 General Stock.
Every line is complete. The Millinery Depart
ment has careful attention. Miss Park visited
the market and got all the latest ideas. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods Departments are complete. Everything goes at and below cost
except Groceries, which will go later.
jBFUkH HUH nilHw W IHP *%$r H
Last year patterns in wall paper at
one half price, at Waters Furniture
Cash paid for poultry and eggs by
the Pullman Poultry Co.
l\>r choice fruit see the Pullman
j Poultry Co.
us at once.
HARVEY & KIMBALL
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there been such
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of
Classes. 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 Store
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you, ? (23)
FAIR RATES REDUCED ON
Effective September Ist, the Nor
thern Pacific will sell round trip tick- |
ets to Portland for $12.35.
Also round trip tickets, on Septum- J
ber 10th and 11th, with a return limit
of seven days, at $10 each.
C. D. WILSON, Agt.
COACH EXCURSION TO FAIR.
On Sept. 11th the O. R. & N. will
run daylight coach excurison to Port
land, leaving Pullman at 8:40 a. m.,
arriving Portland 8:45 p. m., rate $10
for the round trip. Liimt 7 days from
date of sale. Will also sell tickets
for regular trains on 10th and 11th at
same rate. I. T. AMES, Agt.
Office over First National Bank
If you are going to build call and
WAGONMAKER IN PULLMAN.
Gentlemen Take Notice, a firet-
W agon Maker and Carriage
Builder has located in the Drink
wnter Shop, Pullman, Wash. All
work promptly done and guaran
teed. Come one, come all and give
me a trial.
F. H. Harris.
/. L. Harris
Physician and Surpii
Dr. ilson's rooms, I. O. O. F. Block.
Local Telephone—Office, 441; res., 131.
Rural Telephone—Office, 34; re.s., 36.
Dr. H. P. Marshall
Physician and Sirpn
First National Bank Huilding.
Both Pliones. Pullman, Wash.
1 BOYS, YOUR SCHOOL SUIT IS READY 1
M T T CAME this week. Take a peep at our W
*s 1 window and see the latest Shades and «;'
J* Styles the market affords at prices to please all . ||
fe classes. Come quick and get ahead of the oth- X
m er boy. We also have something to tickle the P
P little folks in the Juvenile Element. We have Es
M the Buster Brown, the Sailor, and all the latest p
a| novelties to please the children. We also have m
72 a line of Corduroy Suits for the boy that rolls Si
$| in the dust. Something that don't wear out. jl
I Our lines of Youths' Suits to please the larger |j|
iCf boys are complete. An inspection is all we ask. PL
BLACKMAN BROS.«CO. I
j| Pullman, Washington. i
DrFJKayler CITY MEAT MARKET
DENTIST Fresh and Cured Meats
with Dr. Shaw, Nat i. Bank bidg. Fish and Game in Season
Dr A E Shaw South Side Main Street - ... Pullman Wash.
1/11/IXll^l I.KVIANKKNY.Prks. F.T.GRKER, Cashier.
GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Pres. S. A. TURNER, ASSIST. CASH.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
T,,u,F.*tra,tod A""""""v yai""""-1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
REDUCTION IN FAIR RATES o/ PULLMAN -
Beginning Sept. Ist rates to Port- TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
land and retumsll.9s, thirty day lim- L KAiNbAL l* A bJIwIIKAL BANKING BUSINESS
it Via the 0 R. &N. the Short Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt !
_ , -,V-i^ • , I and careful attention
Line. I. T. AMES, Agt. i|