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1 OO OCOOLOAAALLALLALILELLLLSE L.
CASCADE LAUNDRY CO.
A J. REISE, Manager.
‘Goods Called For and Delivered
To Any Part of the City,
‘9ll Bridge Avenue
Telephone Main 286
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
E. H. STANTON cCo.
‘Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and
Cured Meats. Jobbers in Hams, Bacon
and Lard. Ali kinds of Sausage a Spe
<ialty. Telephone 291,
" No. 212 Bernard St.,
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
The Crescent Bakery
& Confectionery Co.
247 Riverside'Avenue
SPOKANE, WASH.
We make thie Original Pullman Bread.
‘Choice Pastry and Fancy Cakes. Wed
ding Cakes a specialty. Confectionery
-and Ice Cream Parlors in connection.
" PHONE MAIN 1501
Watson Drug Co.
Wholesale and Retail
The most complete stock of Drugs and
Patent Medicines to be found in the Inland
Empire. Prices guaranteed as low as the
lowest. Our Prescription Department
meriis your confidznce.
401 Riverside Ave.
Granite Block
T. E. WESTLAKE
Bakery and Grocery
General Market Produce
Fresh Greamery Butter. Ranch Eggs
BASKET LUNCKES FOR TRAVELERS -
Phore Main 236. 315 Riverside Ave.
SMITH & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
And Furnishers
Lady Attendant
Private Ambulance in Connection
" 4117-119 Post St.
SPOKANE, WASH.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
Greatest Grogcery
, OF THE
: Northwest
Importers of
Wines, Liquors, Delicatessen
Fruit and Groceries
We make a specialty of supplying pri
vate cars. Send for catalogue. Mail
orders solicited.
521-523 SPRAGUE AVENUE
INFORMATION ABOUT REAL ESTATE GLADLY GIVEN
ROGERS & ROGERS
OL.D RELIABLE
Established 1892
And make your headquarters at
THE CRESCENT
The Largest Dry Goods Store in the State of Washington
. OUR STOCKS are as complete and up-to-date as those of the large eastern
cities.
Whatever you may need in Cloaks, Suits, Millin i
Faflfi)‘, G“(’ds{ GlO"(}%,L*‘C&‘, }lilOUiieryr')d Under w’ear,l(};rggé B:lerstsaix?soogrs’ix‘\s l}:gi
envthing and everything usually found in a First- y : i
e ' rst-Class Dry Goods Store will be
NOTE—Spokane Postoffice Sub-Station No.
6 is located right here in our store
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New Engiand Underlaking Co.
| Fine funeral goods, Fine adult caskets,
$25.00 (ea-teru prices). IFree ammbulance.
’ 208 Poststreet, opposite postoflice
; Phone 272
SPOKANE WASHINGTON
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S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats & &
Supplies for Dining and Private
Cars Given Special Attention & o
230 32 Main St. 229-31 Pearl St.
" Telephone 19
Council Bluffs lowa
EVANS LAUNDRY (CO
Don’t Neglect Your Negligee Shirts
By having them carelessly or indiffer
ently ironed. Send them to a first-class
laundry, such as the Evans, where they
will receive proper attention, be re
turned to you clean and whole—not half
washed, torn or frayed. Goods called
for and delivered promptly. Moderate
charges. Phone 290.
522 Pearl St. COUNCIL BLUFFS, lOWA
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¢ DULUTH MINN. ¢
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Both Phones 257
Troy Steam Laundry
22 East Superior St., Duluth,
Call us up and the wagon comes promptly
v
Leading grocery and mar
ket. We serve the traveling
public at reasonable prices.
114 and 116 West Superior
street.
DULUTH, MINN.
YALE LAUNDRY CO.
30-32 East First Streef
Phone 479 DULUTH, MINNESOTA
Broadway Laundry Co.
911-913 Ogden Avenue
Phone 4215 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON.
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: . LIVINGSTON
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UNE:T(‘)'E THE BEST SALOONS IN LIVING
WM. GRABOW.
Fine brands of all kinds of liquors.
Wholesale dealer in Jos. Schlfia Brewing Co’s
Milwaukee Lager Beer.
Livingston, e - - Montan
UNION MEAT MARKET,
n A. C. HASELER, Props
CHOICEST
Game and Fish in Season.
Llvingston, = = = = = Montana.
F.B.TOLHURST
Taxidermist
for the Tourist
OPPOSITE DEPOT,
Livingston, Montana.
GEO. W. HUSTED
Prescriptions, Drugs,
Patent Medicines, Ci=-
gars, Toilet Articles,
Fincst Soda Fountain
on the N. P. Railway.
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
OZEMAN
REWING CO'S
PURE BEER
Brewed from the famous Gallatin
Yalley Barley and choicest Hops.
PARK BOTTLING WORKS Agents
At LIVINGSTON, MONT.
Peerless Steam Laundry
JENNINGS & VICARS, Proprietors,
Work Done on Short Notice.
Gents’ Fine Work a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
112 East Park Street
Telephone 50-A LIVINGSTON, MONT.
This card entitles yvou to a trip through the
National Park, providing you patrouize
- “THE SOLO”
And can make satisfactory arrangements with
the transportation companies,
The only first-class place of the kind in
* Livingston. Bottle Goods a specialty
FRANK BLISS, Proprietor
117 W. Park St. LIVINGSTON, Mont.
MERCANTILE CO.
Faney Groceries, Rakery Goods,
Fres' Fruits and Vegetables,. S:p
plies for Dining Cars a Specialty.
103-105 South Main St
Livingston Montana
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s GRAND FORKS N. D. .
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Elliott’s Steam Laundry
' GRAND FORKS, N. D.
One of the l::g;“art_and Best Equip
ped Laundries in the State. Railroad
and Traveling Men’s Work Dcne on
Short Notice. Give Us a Trial. No Saw
Edges on Collars and Cuffs.
W. J. ELLIOTT, Prop.
No. 602-604 DeMers Ave.
Both Phones 55
NASH BROTHERS
Grand Forks, N. D.
Wholesale Grocers
GREEN AND DRIED
FRUITS
Distributers of N. B. Cigars
" DeMers Ave. and Fifth St.
Solld concrete eylinders, twelve’
Inches long by four in diameter, have
been submitted by H. Woolson of Co-‘
lumbia University, to loads of 120,000
to 150,000 pounds. The pleces were |
much compressed, the diameter being|
correspondingly increased, but there
was no disintegration or powdering. |
Among the most singular archaeolog
lcal remaius found in Great Britain are
the ancient “dew ponds,” the construe- |
tion ?t \‘vhlch Is ascribed to people of
the Neolithic age. The purpose of these
ponds was to furnish drinking water
for cattle. An exposed position, where
springs were absent, was selected, and
a broad, hollowed surface was formed, |
and covered over with'straw, or some
other non-conducting material. Above
was spread a thick layer of clay strewn
with stones. During the night the
cold surface of the clay caused ar‘
abundance of molsture to condense
from the lower layers of the air. Some
of these ancient dew ponds are still
in working order. i
Success has at last attended the ef- |
forts, which were begun as early as
1840, to cultivate the pe-tsai, or Chi
nese cabbage, in France. This vegeta-}
ble I 8 very nourishing, and forms a
most Important article of diet in China,
but the European climate seems inimi
cal to it. At last, however, in the en
virons of Pnrls, it has been raised for
the market, but the cultivation is still
80 costly a process that the pe-tsal re
mains a luxury suitable only for the
gormand who does not mind expense
when he wishes to enjoy a novelty of
the table. It is anticipated, howaver,
that this favorite product of Chinese
gardens will eventually become widely
known in Europe. .
The eflicacy of bomb-firing in break
ing up hail storms has been questioned.
M. Vidal, the originator of the plan,
clalms new evidence of ifs value from
a recent severe storm that rapidly
swept down from the Bernese Alps
through the Rhone valley and over the
north end of Lake Leman as far as
the Lake of Neuchatel. The entire dis
trict was badly damaged by the hall
except two small villages from which
bombs were thrown. It is pointed out
that places above 2,200 feet in altitude
escape damage, and the low elevation
of the storm clouds insures their break
ing up by bombs and rockets, which
can be easily made to explode at
heights of 1,200 to 1,500 feet. It is
urged that stations for bomb firing be
established along the usual routes of
the storms, the great damage done
quite jus}lfying the expense.
The great Simplon tunnel having
been finished, attention returns to the
audacious enterprise of building a tun
nel to the summit of the Jungfrau.
This tunnel is steadily progressing, al
though two or three years may yet
elapse before it Is completed. Already,
however, it has becom.e a scenic won
der. Last July the first electric train
was run to the fourth station in the
tunnel, that of the Eismeer, at an ele
vation of 10,368 feet. The height of the
Jungfrau is 13,668 feet. Two more sta
tions are to be constructed before the
summit is reached. At each station an
opening, like a gigantic window, is
made in the mountain side; and from
these lofty outlooks the most extraor
dinary views are obtained. The sta
tions have been so located that no two
views are alike, and the sensational
element increases with the height.
JAPAN'S NEW AMBASSADOR.
Viscount Siuzo Aoki, just appointed
successor to Mr. Takahira, as Jap
anese ambassador to the United
States, is 60 years of age, and is cen
gsidered a man of foremost ability,
YVISCOUNT SIUZO AOKI.
He is a member of the imperial privy
council and of the first-class order of
the Rising Sun, has been prominent in
the Japanese foreign office, and repre
sented his country at The Hague con
ference. In Japanese diplomacy he is
estimated as the superior of Mr. Taka
hira and of Baron Hyashi, minister to
Lond®dn. The former served under
him as vice minister of foreign affairs.
'The ‘Prlnéi.l;r;lflotor i;;)wer.
Rounder—So you want me to go in
business with you. As I understand
it, 1 am to furnish the capital and
you the experience.
Bounder—No, sir. You are to fur
nish the capital and I am to furnish
the nerve.—Detroit Free Press.
There are some people who are as
meaft in everything as the boy with
an apple: He dcesn’t enjoy it uniess
a lot of other boys without apples
are standing around envying him.
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SEATTLE TRUNK FACTORY
Manufacturers and dealers in
Trunks, Suit Cases and Satchels
Trunks Made to Order and Repaired
817 Second Ave. SEATTLE WASH
THIRD AND COLUMBIA ’'PHONE Main 13
BONNY & WATSON (O
( SUCCESSORS TO )
BONNY & STEWART
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Y, esictant - Seattle, Wash,
F. R YERXA & SONS
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Expert Dealers in Tea and Coffee
Corner Main and Occidental
SEATTLE WASHINGTON
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: MINNEAPOLIS MINN. $
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NORTH STAR
WOOLEN
MILL CO.
Manufacturers of
Blankets, Flannels
and Blanketings
Minneapolis, Minn.
A. BACKDAHL C. A. BACKDAHL
A. Backdahl & Co.
DRUGGISTS.
Opposite )lil\v;:|xk;ye Depot. Pseseriptions
are fully compounded. i 3 Washington ave
nue South,
Minnesapolis, Minnesota
A. D. THOMPSON DRUG GO,
Modern Druggists Open Day anl Night
Foss, Quality Chocolates—Exclusive Agency
TWO STORES
First Ave and Thi:d Street
Opp. Postoffice
Nicollet Ave. and Fouith Street
A.D. T. corner
Minneapolis Minnesota
RUSSELL-MILLER MILLING CO.
-
Mer-hant and Export Millers of North Dakota. Capacity 2,000 Barrels Daily
Jamestown, Valley City ant Grand Forks, N. Dak,
GENERAL CFFICE, MINKEAPOLIS, MINNESCTA
A Western Cracker Made
for Western People
Ask your Grocer for
Western Crackersand Cakes
Take no other kind if vou want the best
THE TOKE POINT OYSTER CO.
29 Second St., Portland, Or.
Telephone MAIN 693
Sole Growers of the Celebrated
Toke Point Oysters
An Eastern Oyster Transplanted
and grown on our beds at
TOKELAND, WASHINGTON
“UNEQUALED IN FLAVOR
AND FRESHNESS”
Cannery at South Bend, Wash.
Wholesale Dealers in All Varieties
of Native Oysters.
WATER TANKS
Fir Spruce and
Cedar Lumber
Box Shooks
Cedar Shingles
Grays Harbor Commercial Co
Seattie, Wash.
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¢ MINNEAPOLIS MINN. 3
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Yerxa Bros. & Co.
| Wholesale
< and
Retail
Grogers '
Minneapotis, Minn
Wear
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
2 ’
Pillsbury’s
BEST
FLOUR
Leads the World
Made In
MINNEAPOLIS

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