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The manufacture of gold pens will form
one of the many interesting working dis
plays at the Lewis an Clark Exposition.
California'! Building at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition will be four times us
large as the pavilion the state erected
at St. Louis.
Fraternal societies of the United States
have organized for the purp se of erect
ing a Temple ol Fraternity at the Lewis
and Clark Exposition. Over (20,000 has
been plegded toward thep roject, and the
erection of a beautiful and appropriate
structure is assured.
It has been decided that the machinery,
as well as the amusements on the "Trail",
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition, will ;
be stopped on Sunday. The exhibit
places will be open to the public and all
other features of the Exposition will be
running as on week days.
The Lewis and Clark Exposition
Buildings will be protected from danger
of lire by a regular auComaitc system of
lire alarms. The system works like
ordinary improved city systems, auto
matically harnessing the horses to the
tiro engines and wagons, as well as sound
inn the alarm.
Western school teachers have adopted
a novel method of advertising the Lewis
and Clark Exposition. They give their
children as an exercise the task •:' writing
a letter to some relative or friend in the
east, extending an invitation to attend
the Exposition. School children of
Moscow, Idaho, recently wrote 1100 such
Ground has been broken for the Wash
ington state building for the Lewis and
Clark Exposition and work on the
structure begun. The building will
typify the timber wealth of the Ever
green state. The Washington legislature
recently appropriated $75,000 for erect
ing the building and collecting and in
stalling a comprehensive display of the
resources of the state.
An excursion that will doubtless at
tract gr«at interest is one planned by
F. K. Drew of New York ';:y. Mr. Drew
will conduct a train of piiirie schooners
from Portland, Maine, to Portland,
Oregon, the latter part of t'.,e journey
being along the trail followed by Lewis
and Clark a century ago. The travelers
expect to reach Portland in October, In
time to. attend the Lewis and Clark
Ladies Blue Cross shoes turn bolp3 and
rubber heels make life comfortable and
rehtfuil feet. Windua and Styles, Sob
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When you are afraid no one can fit you come here.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
We bring the Metropolitan Styles to you and at a very low cost, not
withstanding the exceptionally high grade workman
ship which we put in them.
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - - - Pullman, Wash.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
[ Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - - - - Pullman, Wash.
Lobaugh & Company
is the best built machine of its kiiul manufactured
Canton Clipper Plows
General agents for
American Fence Wire
Lobaugh & Company
Grand Street, PULLMAN, WASH.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANtf
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prornot _
and careful attention
Nothing like a Cole's Hot Blast
Heater for these cold mornings.
By right use of this stove you need
not let the fire go out till spring.
Even heat nigh, and day.
Dr. A. E. SJoaw.
AH work guaranteed. Charges moderaU J
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