OF LOCAL INTEREST
— Mrs. J. R. Stephenson is visiting
her home people in < Uympia.
—Mrs. Perry Lawrence is visiting
friends and relatives in Olympia.
—Mrs. Dr. Harris visited in Palouse
the early part of the week, returning
to Pullman Monday evening.
—Sid Bowler, recently arrived from
Lewiaton, is employed by 0. D.
Matthews, the plumber.
—Manager Long, of the local tele
phone company, has been somewhat
indisposed during the past week or
—James and Roy Meyers, lately re
turned from Claresholm, Alberta,
Canada, are now visiting friends and
transacting business in Pullman.
—Miss Anita Galligher departed for
Springfield, Illinois, last Tuesday. In
Spokane she joined Mrs. C. M. Waters
and Miss Mildred Waters, also en
route to Springfield.
— Miss Gertrude Saxton, for many
years the esteemed and valued librarian
of the State College, has tendered her
resignation. On last Monday she
started for her home in Redlands, Cal
—Mi hi:- Shirley and family, the
former a brother of Mrs. B. L. Green,
of this city, came down from his home
in Deer Park the early part of the
week to visit friends and relatives m
—H. H. Ackerman, a prosperous
farmer living nine miles southwest of
Pullman, came in last Monday and se
cured a good supply of binding twine,
expecting to commence the harvest of
his hay crop in the very near future.
—H. R. Watkins, assistant in the
laboratories of the State experiment
station, has tendered his resignation,
having been offered a very attractive
position in Washington, D.C. His
work will consist mainly of analyzing
foodstuffs and divers other provisions
used by the U.S. army.
— Dr. K. W. Stouder, professor ot
Anatomy and Surgery in the depart
ment of Veterinary Science at the
State College, is at present on a trip
through the northern counties iin be
half of the livestock interests in those
-Mrs. E. W. White, and son, of
Steptoe, have been here the past week
looking alter residence property, as
they propose to move here this fall.
Mrs. White said she was especially at
tracted to Pullman from the way the
town goes after bootleggers and other
—Mrs. E. S. Burgan is reported to
be somewhat indisposed in Seattle,
though not seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs.
Burgan and son, Jesse E. Burgan,
plan to spend the month of July in the
mountainous regions of Washington,
in quest of big game. They are mak
ing the greater part of the trip by auto
—Miss Orilla Miner is visiting
friends in Asotin. I
—C. N. Gaddis made a flying trip
to Moscow last Wednesday.
—C. W. Bean went to Spokane
Wednesday morning, returning the
latter part of the week.
—J. N. Emerson, of the Burgan-
Emerson company, is now on his way
to New York City.
—Monroe Bryant journeyed to Spo
kane last Wednesday, returning a day
or two later.
-Mrs. J. H. Weeks returned Fri
day night from a visit with friends at
—Prof. W. W. Johnston and fam
ily will leave a week from Monday for
—F. L. Lee, representing the Fair
banks, Morse company, made a busi
ness trip to Pullman Wednesday.
—President and Mrs. Bryan departed
last Monday morning for Lake Pend
O'Reille. in northern Idaho, where
they will enjoy a week's outing.
—Miss Nora Jones, of Hampton,
lowa, arrived in the city Saturday
evening, and is visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. J. H. Weeks.
— Mrs. C. M. Waters and daughter,
Miss Mildred, departed early last week
for Springfield, Illinois, where they
will visit friends and relatives.
—J. A. Hungate left for Washing
ton City last week, going via the Nor
thern Pacific. He will be in the east
during one or two of the summer
— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harvey have
gone east on an extended trip, during
which they will visit several of the
Atlantic coast summer resorts and
eastern and middle western cities.
—Dr. S. B. Nelson is at present on
the West Side, his objective point
when leaving Pullman being Ferndale.
Before returning to Pullman he will
call at Seattle, Tacoma and other of
the larger West Side cities.
—Roy Bryant, son of Montroe Bry- I
ant, who two years ago graduated in j
agriculture from the State College, ]
has acquired a tract of land in the
Twin Falls country, and expects to j
reside there for some time.
—J. H. Judd, who graduated from
the State College this year, has ac
cepted employment with the telephone
company at Spokane. He went to
that city last Wednesday, and will be
gin his duties at once.
—S. N. Nelson returned from :
Washington, D.C., last week, where
he succeeded in patenting his new ro-1
tary engine, which he invented him-1
self. Mr. Nelson expects to begin j
the manufacture of his engine in the
Palouse country. At Washington it
was commented upon very favorably
by the experts.
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CLEANUP Pff OH SUMMER SUITS
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New and desirable goods, in Browns, Blues and Gray Mixed. Neat, Stylish Suits for the Conservative Dre
as well as the popular extreme styles for young men and boys. The sizes are broken in some lots, but th**'
assortment is large, and they are offered at a saving that makes it worth your while. '
PRICES THAT TALK
$15 to $12.50 two and three-piece Suits, $10. $16.50 two and three-niec*
Suits, $12.50. $18 2 and 3-piece Suits, $13.50. $20 Hand-Tailored
Suits, $15. $22.50 H.-T. Suits, $16.75. $25 H.-T. Suits, $18.
Odds and Ends Specials. Sizes 32 to 37 only. Values to $12.50. Sale Prices $2.50 and $6.50. Buy
Summer Suit of us and know at the season's end that your Clothing money was well spent r
EXTRA SPECIAL-? o 19 $6 sst" $5o 37£& ot'ci^S
EXTRA TROUSERS "*
Nothing more desirable for the coming hot weather than a pair of our Summer Trousers, either in Light Flan 1
or the Dark Worsteds. They are strictly high grade goods, other than are usually carried in towns
of this size, yet our Sale Prices make In:::.; cost less than the ordinary kind.
$7 Trousers, $5.25. $6 Trousers, $4.75. $5 Trousers, $4. $4 Trousers, $3 25
Work Pants Hat Bargains Men's Hose
$1.50 Work Pants $ .95 Odds and ends; values to $3 95c 50 dozen Men's Black Half Hose, good
2.25 Work Pants.... 1 45 25c Mexican straw hats 15c value; per pair, 8 1 3c
Good Shoe Bargains Summer Underwear Specials
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, $2.50 sale $2-00 Dreisher's high grade mercerized ribbon cotton in white
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, $2.00 sale 1.48 blue and cream, sells everywhere for $1 2s per ftP
Misses' White Canvas Oxfords, 11 / to 2, .65 sale .1.28 garment; Sale price QR
Children's White Canvas Oxfords, 8# to 11, $1.35 sale 1.10 I it ■ . " ',",".'" tUU
Infants' White Canvas Oxfords. sto 8, 1.25 sale .. 98c H*ay.y nblf d cotton, light balbriggan, and the delight- pa
Ladies' Turned Soft Sole Shoes, $3.50 298 y COol> fish net weave > 65C values garment QU
Ladies' Blucher Cut Shoes, $3.00 2 38 —
Ladies' Gun Metal Oxfords, $3.50 .... 2-48 I White and FatiPv Vpcfc
Ladies' House Comfort Low Shoes, Low Rubber Side, I vv 111LC dllU rdUty V eStS
t $2 50 5a1e....... ••■• or ■ ■ •. « 1.68 I The very thing for warm weather. Very popular this year.
Ladies' 1 wo-strap Sandal Slippers, $1.75 1.48 * A t\n. n ■:
Ladies' Low Heel Oxfords. $3 00 2 38 *2 ?2 gray flannel *3 25
Misses' Lace Shoes, low heels, $2.50 1.98 XXX W ad fancy 268
Misses' Fine Patent Leather Lace Shoes 1.89 X ?2 whlte and Very neat light gray 2 35
Infants' Strap Sandal Slippers, 1 to 5 68c I 2.50 extra good Value 1.85
Infants' Patent Oxford Slippers, 5 to 8 89c 1-75 plam whlte and tan 135
Infants' Black Shoes, 1 to 5, 60c 45c Shield bow ties, 25c sellers, sale price, 15c
Infants' Shoes, Red Top Patent Vamp, 1 to 5; $115.. 89c I '
Infants' Shoes, gray top, Ito 5, $1.35 98c TT 1 " • r\ r-». ,
child's shoes, red to; sto s, $i.,5s 1.48 Values in Dress Shirts
Child's Utack Shoes, S 1 .to ii, $1.65 138 Tr ,, . „,
Men's High Cut Shoes, $4.50 3.28 7^l A ~ Values to $1.25 19c
Men's Plain Cap and Toe Shoes, $2.50 1.98 LO B~ Silk fronts, with and without collar 58c
Men's Satin Calf, $2 25 1 89 20dozen men's embroidered black hose, pair, 12 l-2c
Men's Tan Oxfords, $3.50 2 68 — -
Men's Stitch Down Shoes, $2 1 58 /""» /-*» 1
Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, 8 to 12;.., $1.65. '. .1.18 L^ailVaS (jIOVeS
Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, 1 I.', to 2, $1.7'; • . 148 1 or i .1 c
Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, 2.1 "to ,h .......'.'...'.".'.'. 1.59 25° leather faCed 15c 30c leather faced 20c
Muslin Underwear For the Boys
. _ An Neat summer suits at a big saving. Every garment guar
50c and 60c. Corset Covers at 40c anteed satisfactory as to quality and style. Note reductions:
$1.00 corset covers, drawers and gowns 65c $6 00 Suits '*d **
•fi.oo corset covers, drawers and gowns 80c \ (\(\ Q.,if. 7A«
$1.50 and 1.75 covers, drawers, skirts 1.00 1 4«n S f22
** and 225 1.65 1 4An S ?O*
$3-5o gowns and skirts 00 I W 3 25
$4 Skirts 3 50 I Knee Pants. values to 75c, sale price, 48c.
157l 5 7 '.'. !;§jj JUVENILE SUITS
. Age 2 / to 8
Snertal^ in C%mr(±r\T D^nf I In browns. blues ' grays, mixed—Russian and sailor blouse,
OpeCiaiS in ijrrOCery JJept. I straight and blouse pants, values up to $6 (hi CH
Sale price, $485 to. r':-.- r ih I nil
We have several things in the Grocery Department that we I . "'▼' >v
are long on. We have more of these particular goods than f-». -_ "
we need and so offer them at special prices, Every item is I V^lean-Up On CottOn Goods
a genuine bargain. r
■a i. v 1, 1 r • 11 Cotton Challies, per yard 4c
Fancy Italian Prunes, large, meaty fruit, per lb. 5c | All prints, per yard ' fie
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, extra fancy stock, lb. l s c Best apron ginghams.per yd ' '. ?c
Fancy Alaska Salmon, tall cans and choice stock ¥ Best Dress Ginghams 12 1 2c
p ,9 cans for* i, two tor 25c Good Gingham! ...... 12 10c
Red Columbia River Salmon, picnic size, 11 cans ; Best grade Bleached Muslin 10c
tor 91, per can . 10c | ioc, 12 i- 2C and 15c Lawns 8c
Sardines in mustard, regular 15c size, per can 10c I °
Syrup, 27 11). Jacket, usually sold for 3 gal. Jackets J ~Z " '— ■
packet $140 I Ladies' Waists
The cold spring caught us long on Muslin Underwear
12 pieces 36 inch novelty Dress Goods, just the goods for and Ladies' Shirt Waists, so we have divided our Waists
suits and jackets; values up to 75c per yard— m r\f\ lnto nve lots
special to clean up at per yard. 490 LOT i-$i. 35 and $50 W»bti 98c
Ladies, Sailor Hats, worth $1.50 to $2.00; while (hi f\r !-()1' 2 —51.75 and $2.00 Waists $148
they last VPI.ZO ™ 3— s3-25 t052. 75 Waists I.gß
Wash belts at 100 and 15««. HIE 4 «V °° a 'U] ! 3'25 W, a! sts 213
-<- __ iii>e __ i __ >iii— _ -p> _ -<ii-<-->-- _______ >^^ L'u i 5—5350 and $4.00 Waists 2-73
Bring us Poultry and Ee epayl3clbforhenßand >roun«rooßters
weight, an 20c per dozen for e ggS . iLe price, apply £.£. 17c for spring chickens 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 lbs. in
weight, and 20c per dozen for eggs. These prices apply to store trade only.
BROS. & CO. Pullman, Washington
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