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MARKET PAY _ HM
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$13.00 Final Clearance Prices on Summer Stuffs, as well as some Very 50c
suk Pongee and white Serge Special Values in New Fall Goods. For one day only,SSa n Aug. 26 Colored Table Linen
Long Coats ' ' *%'_*_ _^ S
(j;£QC $1.50 $1 Black Petticoats 39c 29 Cents
VWO mW m_9 FIFTY-SIX INCH ALL WOOL BROADCLOTH j NEW FALL PETTICOATS— IN. Made with large BLUE CHECKS AND RED CHECKS
BRAND NEW GOODS—Six different fall shades, for j ruffle, good material. Our regular $1.00 quality, Market A GREAT MARKET DAY SPECTAt
ABOUT A DOZEN COATS IN THE Capes or suits Full $1.50 quality for Market day only day only— BUY YOUR EVERY DAY CLOTH a
AF^^AFFAA . Ninety-Eight cts. a yd. Thirty-nine Cents KA^ LWAYS 50° ™'M" !
SERGE. FILL LENGTH COATS FOR I ' J F — Q :/''#,?
present AND EARLY FALL WEAR -J" cents a yard
—WORTH $15.00 AND MORE "I¥_T 1 WM* •' ¥** 11 C •'■ ■ ■ —— i
Choi es6 95 omens and Misses rail Suits ladies vests
__ * • DIRECT FROM FASHION'S CENTER-NEW YORK CITY-COME IN AND SEE THEM WHILE IN TOWN. MARKET DAY
i\ A 9 ITI 1 * A Y° U WILL LIKE THE STYLES and YOU WILL LIKE THE PRICES, TOO-AS WE BUY IN CONNECTION 3 CENTS EACH
UUtmg I 1 lannel DC yd. WITH 48 OF THE large DEPARTMENT STORES OF THE NORTH WEST, AND WHERE THE SINGLE -" — '■ — —
TIME TO BE THINKING ABOUT MERCHANT BUYS ONE SUIT, OUR COMBINATION BUYS FIFTY. FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELF, WHERE Mdl'S Work ShlTtS
LINING THOSE COMPORTS LIGHT THE PRICE CONCESSION SHOULD COME. NEW MODELS ARE HERE AT *___-%
and DARK OUTING FOR SATURDAY 39 V_#Cllt^S
Only 5c a yard $15, $18, $23.50 UD tO $35.00 ilpflill'^il
We reserve .the; right to limit quantity. __ * mT T FOR MARKET DAY ONLY 39 Cents v<
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FALL NUMBER HOME JOURNAL PATTERN STYLE BOOK NOW ON SALE. You do not MENS $1.50 HORSEHIDE GLOVES AT NINETY-EIGHT CENTS. Here's « splendid Mar- 1
want to miss this number-its a beauty, an.l you cannot afford to be without it. The price kel Day Bargain for the Men Polks. GENUINE HORSEHIDE Gauntlet Gloves, a $1.50 value!
is 20 cents, with a 15c Pattern FREE. ererywhere; will sell 5 dozen Market Day at a pair 98c
34 inch Fall Shades Seco Silk House Dresses $1.98 Crossette Shoes for Men
$1.60 IMPORTED PONGEE SILK, ON -___.___ ■'■ \
sale AT a yard 35c Street Dresses $2.98 The NEW FALL STYLES ARE HERE
__~XT_b_*A QO ' COME IN AND SEE THEM. YOU'LL ;
t% yara */OC A full range of evening shades. No cloth at 50 cents a You will want one or more of these pretty dresses we Nni , pmn <, ft MTTPW QrrVT „TH *
' yard surpasses this soft, clinging materials. In plain and . are closing out at the above prices. Values lip to $8.50, ' STYLE IN ANY
BOYS' 8188 OVERALLS 19c PAIR fancy, per yard 35 C YOUR CHOICE $1.98 and $2.98 OTHER MAKE. CROSETTE I
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Miss Irma Naffzlger was the guest
of Miss Belle Hlggins from Friday 1
Miss Nita Kincaid spent several
days at the C H. Kincaid home last '
Mists Belle Kincaid is spending.
a part of her vacation at the home ,
of her brother, C. H. Kincaid.
Mrs. Carrie Young visited the first !
of the week with her mother. Grand- i
Mr. and Mrs. M. 1.. Davis and W. !
H. Pritchard spent Sunday at the V
L. Higgins home.
Miss Minnie Story was the guest of
the Misses Madge Neil and Lena Hen
son last week. •
Frank Murray is at the home of
his uncle, W. H. Kincaid, having suf
ficiently recovered from his recent
operation to leave the hospital last
Miss Grace Day, of Pullman, vis
ited this week at the .1. W. Haines
Mrs. Cochran was quite ill this
Miss Thompson, a nurse In Dr.
Else's hospital, is spending her va
cation at the C. H. Kincaid home.
Fred Meyer, who has been with
Chris Naffzlger for several months,
left Monday for his home in Green
ville, Wisconsin, having received
word of the serious illness of his fath
Miss Irma Naffslger entertained '
a few friends at her home Tuesday
evening In honor of the birthday of
W. H. Pritchard. Refreshments were
served. Those present were: W. H.
Pritchard, Kingsley Peasley, of Pull
man, Miss Belle Higgins. Miss Irma
Naffslger and Mr. and Mrs. C. Naff
An apology is due W. F. Paullus
for the error in typesetting of last
week concerning his record run with
the combine. As all will agree, "45
minutes for breakfast" is slightly
different from "45 minutes for a
breakdown," the former leaving the
impression of his having run the
combine for a time before breakfast,
which was not the case. The number
of sacks threshed was 640 instead of
Scott Getchel and W. F. Paullus
each lost a valuable horse this week.
Mr. Getchell also came near losing
the mate to the first, the two making
a team for qrhich he paid $4 00. He
has had very bad luck in the horse
business, this making the twelfth
horse that he has lost within the
last seven years.
Additional Ewartsville correspond
ence on page one.
See my line of new Superior Fan
ning Mills. The prices are right.
T. C. Martin
Market Day next Saturday. Pull
man should be crowded with visitors
on that day for the merchants are
offering some rare bargains.
Harvesting Near St. John
W. I). Henry made a business trip
to St. John this week, going to Col
fax by train and riving from there i
by team. He reports harvest work In ■_
western Whitman county as active
and much work yet to be done. The'
grain is nearly all being cut with 1
headers and threshed as soon as cut, i
but some of it is being stacked and t
will be threshed later. "1 never saw
so many headers at work in my life '
as on this trip," said .Mr. Henry. He
says western Whitman county has a ,
fine crop, the wheat averaging about
SO bushels for fall sown and about (
20 bushels for spring wheat. j <
Meat to Ik» Delivered I
it w'll no longer be necessary for j (
Pullman people to come down town 3
to get a steak, roast or boil. C. R. ' i
Sanders, the grocer, has solved the
meat delivery problem which bas'con- (
fronted Pullman housewives for ,
years, by buying the City Meat Mar- ,
ket, which will be moved to the ,
grocery store. A choice line of all! ',
kinds of meats, fish, ' oysters and j \
shell fish in season, will be kept and ;
it will be only necessary to telephone! ,
your orders for meat as well as gro
ceries to have it delivered at your
door, Pullman housewives should j
weeome this change in conditions, L
for it means a great, saving in time j
and labor. Only first class meats will '
be carried and there will be no ad
vance in prices because of delivery. J
The Spokane Chronicle of Tuesday |
contained an account of the wedding
of Miss Lillian A. Madison of San
Francisco, and D. A. Donason, at 141
Tenth Aye., Spokane. The bride is a
grand-daughter of Mrs. H. M. Benton
of this city. About 100 guests were
present, among them being Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Benton and Mrs. William 1
Urlch, the bride's aunt, of Pullman.
The young couple will make their
home on Mr. Donason's ranch near
Christian Science Services.
Christian Science Services are
held every Sunday morning at 11!
o'clock. Sunday school at 10 o'clock,
in Masonic hall, over postoffice. All
, are welcome.
1- W. Bartlett and K. V. Roth were
i" Spokane on business Wednesday.
, i„.B.' F. Manchester of Colfax was a
busines visitor to Pullman on Thors
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1 have a complete line of Superior
and Monitor drills on hand All sizes
, and styles. See them when in the
• market for a drill. T. C Martin
To every thinking man—farmer,
merchant or worker —we say, de
velop your home community.
We urge the farmer and dweller
particularly to help develop his home
market; increase his property values
and market by supporting his home
Before purchasing the next money
order, give your home merchant an
opportunity to make you a cash price
an the goods you require. Mind you,
we say cash price. When you buy
by mall you pay cash. It costs mon
ey to carry accounts, and the mall
order houses realize It. With cash
your home merchant can buy cheaper
and sell you cheaper.
If you are still determined to pur
chase by mail, at least go in and
compare the goods received with
those your home merchant carries
and then figure how much money
you have saved. Convince yourself
that you can purchase as cheaply at
home, quality and cash payment con
sidered, as you can by mall.
On that next lumber bill first
examine your home dealer's stock,
grade and quality. Then, if you do
order by mail, compare the grades
you receive with those offered you at
home, on thet same terms that you
purchase outside —cash.
Build up your home community
it spells prosperity, means increased
values for city and farm property
and products, higher wages for your
Give you trade to your home deal
er, the man that extends you credit
when you are in need of it and does
not take a mortgage on everything
Elimination of the retail merchant
spells monopoly. Dou you wish to
be compelled to send away for ev
erything you use? .
Do you wish to destroy your home
market, home Institutions, including
your newspapers, and be out of touch
entirely with the value of your pro
•" Can you expect. if you are building
a house, barn, etc., to receive the
same extensions of credit from
strangers as you would from your
home building and loan association
or dealers whose best interests are
identical with your own?
Can you, for your own individual
prosperity, afford to do other than
co-operate with your home merchant
In all lines? Downers Grove (111.)
Will C. Dredge is spending a week
Take Some Home for
ICE CREA|VI BRICKS
Get 'em at DUTTON'S
The Chocolate Man
L. B. MILLER
Is the pleasure haunt in this part of
the country this summer, Its de
votees rejoice to learn that they can
now go and come on a regular sched
ule. Independent of tides. The pop
ular excursion steamer.
"T. J. POTTER"
leaves Portland, Ash Street dock.
Daily, except Saturday and Sunday,
8:80 A. M.
/ Saturdays Only, 1:00 P. M.
Also the steamer "Hassalo" leaving
Portland daily, except Sunday at
8:00 P.M. (Saturday at 10:00 P. M.)
Reduced Fares Prevail
From All Point* In the Northwest
Oregon.Washington Kail, & Navl-
Ideal cottage and camp life, a mag
nlgcent beach that is not surpassed
anywhere, genial and beneficial cli
mate, and all the comforts of home
without costing any more than If you
remained at home.
Call or write to any 0.-W. R. & N.
agent for complete information: also
for copy of our summer book, "Out
ings in Oregon."
General Pasenger Agent, 0.-W. R. &
N. Co., Portland, Ore.
mw *, mi
EASY TO START, EASY TO STOP,
inexpensive to operate.
Anyone who wants a small, com
pact, powerful engine for pumping
water, churning, operating cream sep
arator or printing press should pur
chase a STOVER
We also .have the agency for the
Deming Power Pump. Come in and
see them work. Just the thing to
save time and labor on'the farm
J. E. HAMMOND
Plumbing, Heating and Tining
Call and See Our
WOOD FOR SALE
Very Best Black Pine,
cut green, seasoned, o.b.
Pullman - - $5.25
Tamarack cut same as
above f. o. b. - $6.00
Addr-.i all letter* to P. O. Bx. 913
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,!
OLD AGE. FIDELITY,
Also agent for Steamship ticket^
M.J. CHAPMAN, Agt.
Room 15, First National Bank Block
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Farm Lands j
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Flat Iron Block Ak '■:
J. P. Duthie Frank SteplieW
& Storage Co.
Brick, Lime, Cement and omxA-
We make a specialty of morlol
household goods and pianos-
Call on us and give us a 'trUl.
Office, 907 Grand st. V \
, Visit The , ;
For a clean Shave and good IP
11$ Main St. - Pullman, "a*