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THE PDLLHIHH HERfILD.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered at
the Pullman postoffice as tecond'Claai
ALIJ-:n BROS. - - IThi.ishkrs
Wilporo Ai.i.kn, Editor.
TRRM9 OF SOBSCRIPTION:
$1.00 per year, strictly inaflvance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
All advertisements will Ik- continued and
charged tor until ordered out.
Fred True has resigned his posi
tion as manager of the Pacific Ex
preu company at Colfax and accepted
a position with his father in the
county assessor's office.
■ -The dance given in 1. 0. 0. F.
hall Thursday evening by the Tucker-
Gammon orchestra was attended by
about fifty couples and a most enjoy
able time is reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston* t Wilson have
returned from their sad visit to Waits
burg, where thi y Were called l.y the
death of Mrs. Wilson's mother.
T. J. Wood.-; was hero fromjTwin
Falls last Saturday. Mr. Woods is
engaged In the real estate and insur
ance business at Twin Falls.
-The little .son of Mr. and Mrs. O. j
Lindsay died last, Tuesday. The little !
cm- was hut three daya old, having
been horn last Saturday.
—Profs. Beach and Beattie left yes
- terday for Ritzville, where they will
deliver addresses before the teachers'
—E. S. Burgan returned Wednesday
from his hunt on the Pend d'Oreille
Fifty squares of good corrugated
iron for .sale at one half regular price.
A. B. BAKER & CO.
HOLIDAY AD. CUTS.
At on other time of the year is the
buying spirit so prevalent as during the
holiday .season. At no other time does
sentiment play so important, a part in
business. During the weeks immedi
ately preceding Christmas the adver
tising man must do more than herald
specific lines of goods. He must fos
ter the Christmas spirit, increase
Christmas sentiment, warm the hearts
of his readers to a holiday cheer.
In doing this h • will find a*liberal
I f illustrations a most effl< ienl
aid. It pays to use plenty of'cuts,
and big ones, too, duringthe season of
Many of these will be "feature
cuts," not illustrations of goods on
sale, but pictorial productions
bolic of the Crhistmaa tide.
If the ad man is working in one of ■
our smaller cities he will probably be
limited to the use of Btock cuts from
engraving houses, together with any
Christmas cuts he can secure from
1 selling goods to his firm.
If he is in a large city he will be
niitti d to spend money quite freely for
original art work.
Wherever his location, he should use i
Santa Claua cuts plentifully. There;
is something about the merry face of
food old Saint Nick thai has a charm
for childhood and touches a warm spot :
in the grown heart. Santa with his
sled and n indeen IS an old favorite;
modernized We see Santa touring in a
Santa and his pack in all suits of
places and amid all sorta of environ
tnetns ia « potent force in stimulating
holiday trade winners. Their use in
illustrations suggest that tree itself
and who does not at Christmas time
know of one or more Christmas trees
for which gifts must be provided. In
appealing to a cultured patronage sub
jects more remotely touching Christmas
day may be used to advantage.
"Bringing in the Christmas pudding,"
"The Angels' Christmas Carol" and
"A Christmas Night Scene" drawn by
artists of exceptional talent appeared
in the Christmas advretising of a Chi
cago department store two years ago,
attracting much attention to the store
as a great holiday supply center.
And now a word about direct illus
* trations: To sell holiday goods illus
trate! illustrate! illustrate! Show
the goods you wish to sell and show
them "° attractively that people will
come and ask for articles "like those
I saw in the newspaper last night."
Use to, cut* laviaMy. jewelry cuts.
leather good, cub,, china and glass
ware cuts, bric-a-brac, neckwear.
Show furs and gloves, pictures and
books. Not only will your regular
business be increased, but mail orders
will also pour in at a merry rate. •'.
E. Watt.ers in the Advertising World.
Feature of rhc
is that it LASTS
I It docs good work when it is new, and I
I continues to do good work when it is nl,i. I
Remington Typewriter Company
Dr. F. J. Kayler
With Dr. Shaw, N.it'l. Hank bldg.
Cold weather has no terror for the family with a
Columbia Air - Tight
It is substantially built, along scientific principles, and will
give the greatest amount of heat with the least fuel.
We also carry the
The best range on the market.
Our new line of
Crockery and Imported
is now ready for inspection. Call and look it over whether you
are ready to purchase or not.
PULLMAN HARDWARE COMPANY
J. D. Allen, Manager
The Best Vehicles
On Earth Today
11 i -mm!t ■■■■'■" iawr — -^fMTmtttP*"
We handle nothing but first class goods
and, keep extras for everything we sell. We
guarantee price and quality on all goods, and
make agreeable terms. Give us a call.
A. B. BAKER <& CO.
LEWIS BROS.' MEAT SHOp"
is now selling
Loin Steak lOctsperlb.
Round Steak 8 cts per lb.
RoASTS 6, 7 and 8 cts per lb.
Boiling Mkat 4 and 5 cts per lb.
reduce m ■'" ?A TC U *'?*' Pi"h, *- nd G&mC hi season - P"C« °" •» mutt
reduced. Meat delivered twice daily. Your patronage is solicited.
In Creamery Building - - . Phone No. 97
/ 1 vJLir K,r
AND .--^ -N
t imported Japanese
with Purchases of
FOR SALE BY
R. B. Bragg & Co.
f SPECIAL PRICE SALE
m That we may clean up on a few lines of staple qualities and well know,, brands, we will f or „, I
l NEXT TWEHTV-nVE DAYS offer you the following attractive price,. Most of you know ,es e g J $ |
(I "'d are aware of their reliability. They are such goods a, make the purchaser our friend. |
I gr~oT¥lrTles ~ ~~~f
1 1 ££ 'tX^^l^-z •- »■»•>•■ |
M IS I>ou»dsdrieil prunes $1 0Q California ripe olives in bulk, per pint ??° 5
ml 6 Pounds loose muscatel raisins . OO Heinzes chow chow in bulk; equal to the best bo. i
|^ 8 Pounds evaporated apricots $100 tied goods; per quart ' "
Y% 2 One pound packages Preferred Stock fancy seeded »6 Pounds best Japanned rice „'. nn *
& raisins 25c 3 Packages Presto pancake flour '""'"' '* of |
Y% 2 One pound packages, full weight, Preferred Stock 3 Packages Peerless breakfast cereal „ |
kg cleaned currants 25c Urge 8 pound box macaroni ' 25c §
Kg All fruit is high this season and these are exceptionally 15 Cent can Van Camp's soup " 5°C $
(£•!; low prices. ' ' 10c M
| Baker. Breakfast cocoa, per tin 2 5c *5 CetU "" lld"Ze>S W«*» baked beans 20c |
T(& I. Ounce can Dr. Price's baking powder. lio 3 Cans Neptune brand sardines, fried in oil ok &
y 12 Ounce can Dr. Price's baking powder 3fV »• q , 25c N
l - Pound can Tyee baking powdtr H 5 Big 8 ounce bars Boss laundry soap Oft |
>J I Pound can Tyee baking powder Qf)c a i i .. c 25c *t
rt& _ . & r *"L And don forget Preferred Stock coffee- en ua l . Zt
g 4Car,, ,0c..«, sardines in mustard 25 c most 35 c coffees ; per pound q t0 „ |
gls Cent Underwood's littleneck clams, 3 for 25c 35 Cent coffees, per pound 25c; 4^ pounds" for.-'."«.W I
S NOTIONS "~~ ~" I
& Cutter's 100 yard spool silk ; all colors; also black and white; sold everywhere at 10c; during this sale per spool A Si
D% Boys and girls heavy ribbed cotton hose; sold everywhere at 25c; during this sale or longer per pair " "v, A
Mt Ladies' veilings, single veils or by the yard; all colors ; plain or fancy weaves: 5C veils go now at 35c"" 4 oc vei ,0 »
P% now at 25c; 25c veils go now at 15c; 20c veils go now at IH g° Wi
M ThTeu° g o snol°Tt fitting corsets: white or grey; >|l<a° corsets go now •^'llili;«il r:«3^l I
ffi _________JJJ 75c <&
I CLOTHING T~ SHOES ~ 1
I*:::; 1; ?6 :: :: 4.00 stamped on each shoe:
§1! *12 y>o° $6 " 4.00; stamped on each shoe: »
>3 YOUTH'S LONG PANT SUITS fo.oo Shoe, now 2-50 *3-5° Shoe, now $2.90 g
rj^ $13 Suits, now $10-00 $6 Suits, now $4.50 *4- °° " " 325 4-50 " " 3.75
M I0 " " 700 *7 " " 450 Also 84 pairs ladies'snoes in Patent Leather, Vici Kid p
r|| 59 " " 600 $5 " " 3-50 and cheeper grades in the choicest Dongolas: S
kSji BOYS' 3 PIECE LONG PANT SUITS *A'°° Don g°las > now f3-00 $3-50 Dongolas, now $2-75 jg
m59 3 Piece Suits $ 6.00 «4.50 3 Piece Suits $3.00 3<°° " " 240 ?2-5° " " 200 S
$5" " " 4.00 $6.50" " " 400 *2.00 Dongolas, now 1.60 «|
rS, BOYS' OVERCOATS Children's shoes: A full line of $1.25 shoes go now at g
I1 W Co- « ? w 57.50 $6 Coats now $450 ylK" ; 95c shoes go now at. .. I^^ P
g f 1!;™ C"atS T $IS f "? W *J" JS 4o Pairs Ladies' PeU Nailer, and 'warm "lined 1
IX "5 $450 Coats now $3 00 the W go at x- s th off regnlar price.. |
fe MEN'S PANTS, WORSTED AND CASIMERE ; SHIRTS R
$6.00 Pants, now $4.50 $3.30 Pants, now $2.75 50 Monarch and duet Men's shirts; you all know them; |J
V 2 --°° " " 4.00 $3-00 " '• 2-25 the best fitting shirt and most reliable colors on the M
M $2.50 Pant., now $1.78 market; sold usually at $1 and $1.50; at this tale they ©
Kcj Youth's and Men's coats and vests $1-50 to $7 go for 65c &
kfe. GLOVES: Ladies' kid gloves ; Josephine and Margurite; $j.25 regularly, now go at 75c W
f3 Ladies' Pine Linen Shearquality initial handkerchief; sold at 25c; go now at 3 for 50c X
k^ DRESS GOODS. Fancy Flannels; plain or fancy stripe, 40c goods, now 30c 0.
rM 12 Pieces Wool Dress Goods; 65c grade; now 5Qc §5
|3j 10 Pieces Dress Goods; regular 50c grade; now ', 4Qc 0
To* 7 Pieces Dress Goods; regular 40c grade; now go at 3Qc
Sh 35 Remnants of plain and fancy colored silks for wairts; from i;._, to 4; 2 yard tenth, and from 50c up to $1.50 per #j
Yrf: yard regularly that we will close out at one third off these prices. -ft
X* HEADGEAR: 50 Ghildren's caps; regular 35c to 50c kind; now 25c &
«5 98 Men's and Boy's caps; regular 65c"and 75c kinds; now 60c 75
KJ^ 69 Standard Hats; among them Champion and Tiger brands; both soft and still crowns; your choice at one-half the j£
rji^V regular price. . £>
j BLACKMANIIRO %. «TCOMPA W j
Si PULLMAN AND WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON. %
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FOU SALE 400 acres farm land
two miles south of Pullman, Wash.,
;ill in cultivation. 1 4u in fall wheat.
Price $50 per acre, with terms. Ap
ply to T. E. Bramel, Lewiston, Idaho.
Duthiedelivers ilour, feed, bay, coal,
wood and produce to all parts of the
sity. Order by phone.
Store your potatoes on track and save
hauling when markets are high and
roads had. Only five cents a sack.
See C. O. Crawford at creamery. 3t.
If you don't buy your clothes of Van
Bruggen you dont' buy your clothes
WANTED By young man, W.S.C.
student, work for board and room, any
kind of work. Address H. L. Haynes,
FOR SALE Two registered Berk
shire Hoars. Price low.
St. E. A. Bryan.
Foil SALE OR RENT -Good four
room house, pantry, woodshed, cellar.
Convenient to public school. See W.
H. Harvey. tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, a good
8-room house and four lots in Pullman.
Address Mi: . If. J. McCaw, Colfax,
House for sale—New seven room
house, with all modern conveniences,
on Mechanics hill. Will be sold
cheap. Enquire of Jos. Wallis. t4
Frost proof storage for potatoes on
R. R. track, at 5 cents per sack, good
till May Ist. Enquire of C. G. Craw
ford, at creamery. srn3
LEV] ANKKNV, Preb. K. T. GREEK., Ca»hibr.
GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Pfbs. S. A. TURNER, Assist. Cash.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
-— —-——■—■ of PULLMAN ' ~~*
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt
and careful attention
J, P, DUTHIE
i Dealer in all kinds of Produce
I Flour, Feed, Hay, Lumber, Posts, Coal,
j( Wood. Cash paid for Eggs, Poultry,
| Fruit and all kinds of Vegetables.
L South Grand Street - - - - Pullman, Washington
WOOD GENEPALJT YIWG COAL
' HAULING OF ALL KINDS
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Patronage Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phon. Mo. 477
Give orders to
hay for sale Phil. G. Bickford