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WALLA WALLA DOWNED
j THE COLLEGIANS WEDNESDAY
Or.r large and magnificent stock of Men's Furnishing
Goods lias been strengthened and made more attractive
by the addition of a
ew Line of Neckwear1
Men's Fine Fancy Hose - - - 25c
SIS 00-men's New buits, pnce--S9.50
SI0.00-Mens Fine Worsted Su'ts
Safe Ppegs? SS.50
REDUCTIONS ON GloeMen's Shoes and&nts I
Alexander Dept. Store!
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THE WISE SOLOMON
said there was a time for every
thing. The time to drink our
is when you are run down, debili
tated, nervous, wakeful or fatigued
in fact, the time to drink it is
at all times when you need a re
freshing, appetizing and delicious
drink. Try a case of Schultz's
Pilsner beer and you will call it a
wonder worker that is welcome in
, Whitman College Has Closed Its
j - Doors for the Summer Vacation
Graduates Receive Diplomas.
Walln Walla. Juno 12. Berkley
wont down before the Walla Walla
team on the local grounds yesterday
afternoon. In one of the most unique
snmos of the season. The score stood
5 to 0 at the close of the game, ouch
sido with credit of three lilts and
eioh Parsed with two errors. Tho
pune was swift and good from start
to finish, and was enjoyed by a large
crowd. In a previous game tho vis
itors came off victorious, and tho lo
cal men felt sadly disappointed. De
termined to win, they entered the
game yesterday and put up the best
hall they could, having the game woll
In hand from the start.
Whitman college has closed Its
doois for the school year, and 201
students have closed their labors for
V o summer vacation. Tho closing
exercises were held last night, and
a class of six left tho college with
all honors that could bo bestowed.
Ycster.day afternoon the college din
ner was given and n largo number of
I eople nttondod, the attendance far
exceeding tho anticipations of the
Amid flowers and hearty good
wishes of hundreds of friends, the
graduating class of Whitman received
their degrees last night, and the serv
ice was one of the most brilliant and
successful in the history of tho col
lege. The graduates were: A. B. de
gree, M. D. Walters, Spokane; B. S
degree, Ann Maybelle Bnrrett, Fred
J. Foster. Robert L. Moore, Laura S.
.axon. Walla Walln; B. L. degroo
Arthur A. Hauerbadi, Salt Lake City.
President Penrose presented tho de
grees and addressd the clnss.
j Mary McMahon. a sweet California
girl, says the Union. The two wero
sweethearts In Grldley. Cnl.. In tho
days before F.ddlo Mills came to
Walla Walla at the call of Sharp
stein, and separation did not make
their love grew cold. As a result Mr.
Mills left tho Walla Walla team at
Athena nftor tho Sunday game, and
went to Portland, where he was mot
. by Miss McMahon and the ceremony
was performed. Fans and members
of the baseball team at Walla Walla
made up a purse to purchase a hand
some present which was given the
bride and groom.
Will Make a Double Play.
When Eddie Mills, the man who
pitches "phenomical" ball for the
sharpshooters returned from Port
land Tuesday morning he brought
with him a bride she who was Miss
How's This? "
We offer One Uumlrwl Hollars llewnnl
for n,v c or CHtarrli that cuutiot b
cured by Hull's CitrarU Cure.
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Ws the tinderstjtnpd, have known P. .1.
Cheney for the past in years, nml Mlrre
him to Im perfectly lioiHti-nlile In nil busi
ness trnrtona and flnmiclnlly nblp to
curry ont any olillRHtlona made by their
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Wholesale Orticjrlnts, Toled O.
llnll's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
noting directly upon the I'koi1 ami mui-mia
surface of Hie system. Testimonial sent
free. Price 'c ir bottle. Soli! by all
Italia Family Pills are the best.
1 10 COURT STREET
Attention, Farmers !
1 havo u full lino of FORKS, 1101 CABLE,
HAY CARRIERS, Eto.
Prioos nro lowost, quality considered.
T. C. TAYLOR
T H t HARD Y A 1 IS
741 Main Slrcct
M A N
.A. sewing machine
Is n necessity in every homo nntl parents shouUl
not. neglect touching tluur children how to sow. A
good investment is inmlo when you purchase a
Standard, White or Wheeler t: Wilson. They are
tho highest .standard of sowing niachino excellency
and a ro tho most improved made.
Don't sond your monoy for a cheap niachino for wo
havo them for $20.00, so if you want a cheap nia
chino como in and soo ours. Pon'L buy a "pig in a
bag." Oil, noodles and extras for all machines.
Sowing machines, furniture and carpets.
Thin slRtutturo Is on ovory box of the . uu
Laxative lirouio. Quinine t,w.j. .
'tho riincily that eiirvn it cold ti into vtuy.
I CLOSING OUT SALE! 1
Everything in My Store Must Go. Nothing Reserved.
Great Bargains in Groceries
I have disposed of my fixlures to Lee Teuisch, and will retire July 1st. The sooner I dispose of my
stock of groceries the better I will be pleased, Prices will be cut to the lowest possible figure, and cash
only will be accepted. No Credit will be given.
AH parties knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call and settle in cash
or by bankable paper before July i. All unsettled accounts July i will be pat in the hands of
my attorney for collection.
The Comer Grocery