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SPOKANE
CASCADE LAUNDRY CO.
‘Goods Called For and Delivered
To Any Part of the City.
911 Bridge Avenue
‘Telephone Main 286
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
E. H. STANTON CO. .
‘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
<cialty. Telephone 291.
No. 212 Bernard St.,
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
The Crescent Bakery
& Confectionery Co.
e
‘We make the 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
Jowest. Our Prescription Department
merils your confidence.
401 Riverside Ave.
Granite Block
SMITH & COMPANY
Funeral Directors
And Furnishers
Lady Attendant
Private Ambulance in Connection
b 117-119 Post St.
SPOKANE, WASH.
THE SLOANE-PAINE CO
Greatest Grocgcery
OF THE
Northwest
Importers of
Wines, Liquors, Delicatessen
Fruit and Groceries
We make a specialty of supplying pri
wvate cars. Send for catalogue. Mail
orders golicited.
521-523 SPRAGUE AVENUE
New England Undertaking Go.
Fine funeral goods, Fine adult caskets,
$25.00 (eastern prices). Free ambulance.
208 Post street, opposite postoffice
Phone 272
SPOKANE WASHINGTON
INFORMATION ABOUT REAL ESTATE GLADLY GIVEN
ROGERS & ROGERS
OLD RELIABLE
Established 1892 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON.
And make your headquarters at
The Largest Dry Goods Store in the State of Washington
OUR STOCKS are as complete and up-to-date as those of the large eastern
cities.
Whatever you may need in Cloaks, Suits, Millinery, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fancy Goods, Gloves, Laces, Hosiery, Underwear, Carpets, Curtains, or in tact
enything and everything usually found in a First-Class Dry Goods Store will be
found here.
NOTE—Spokane Postoffice Sub-Station No. 6is located right here in our store
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UM BLUFS
S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats & ¢
Supplies for Dining and Private
Cars Given Special Attention & o
230-32 Main St. 229-31 Pearl St.
| Telephone 191
Council Bluffs lowa
EVANS LAUNDRY (CO
Don’t Neglect Your Negligee Shirts
By having them carelessly or indiffer
ently ironed. Send them to a first-class
laundry, such as the Evans, where they
will receive proper attention, be re
turned to you clean and whole—not half
washed, torn or frayed. Goods called
for and delivered promptly, Moderate
charges. Phone 290.
522 Pearl St. COUNCIL BLUFFS, lOWA
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$ MISSOULA MONT ¢
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H. E. CHANEY, A. A, HOWARD,
Proprietor. Manager.
Florence Steam Laundry
THE GOOD ONE
Established 1890. Telephone 115
Work Done On Short Notice
112-114 West Front St.
MISSOULA, MONTANA
[HE GRAND PACIFIC SALOON
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Draught Beer, Fine, sc.
Bottled Beer, 25c. a Quart.
All trains Stop 15 Minutes.
Opp. N. P. Depot.
Just a Word About Rolls
Little Rolis and big Rolls; plain Rolls and
fnnci'l Rolls; Kolls for breakiast; Rolls for
lunch; Rolls for supper—all good sorts of Rolls
grow to perfect proportions at the reliable
akery most people in Missoula know about —
- TEVIS & CRAWSHAW
GROCERS AND BAKERS
l Hay, Grain, Flour, Fruits, Vegetables
Confectionery, Etc., Etc.
131 Higgins Ave.
i Missoula, Montana
~ LIVINGSTON
ONIS'ZTB)I%‘ THE BEST SALOONS IN LIVING
WM. GRABOW.
Fine brands of all kinds of lquors. .
Wholesale dealer in Jos. Schli(ln Brewing Co's
Milwankee Lager Beer.
Livingston, e e - Montan
UNION MEAT MARKET,
A. C.HASELER, Prop-
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Livingston, ¥ = = = = .Montana.
F. B. TOLKURST
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. Rallway.
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
OZEMAN
REWING CO’S
PURE BEER
Brewed from the famous Gallatin
Valley 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 you to a trip through the
National Park, providing you patrouize
€6 2”9
THE SOLO
And cau 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.
THE WINSLOW
MERCANTILE CO.
Fancy Groceries, Bakery QGoods,
Fres' Fruits and Vegetables,. Sup
plies for Dining Cars a Specialty.
103-105 South Main St
Livingston Montana
GRAND FORKS N. D.
Elliott’s Steam Laundry
One of the Largest and Best Equip
ped Laundries in the State. Railroad
and Traveling Men's Work Done 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
COL. DAVID B. HENDERSON.
Tom Reed’s Successor as Speaker,
Who Died Recently. i
The death of Col. David Bremner
Henderson, of lowa, following a pare-|
tic and paralytic condition of over a
year’s duration, did not come unex
pectedly. For months his mind had been
in a cloud, but a few days before death
it became soo clear that he could recog
nize friends and converse intelligently
with his family.
Mr. Henderson was a member of tho‘
national House of Representatives
twenty years, and for two terms served
as Speaker. “Good Old Dave,” as he
was familiarly known, was in demand
A 8 an after-dinner speaker, where his
ready wit and biting bumor brought
forth gales of laughter. But from
“Good Old Dave,” as he was before his
first term as Speaker, he went through
a transition, till at the close of his sec
ond term as executive of the House he
was styled *“Czar,” just as was his
predecessor, Thomas B. Reed. So strong
was the feeling against him in 1903
when the Fifty-seventh Congress ad
|Journed that Mr. Henderson chose to
retire from Congress rather than face
what he surmised would be defeat If
he were again a candidate for the
speakership. Since his retirement he
had lived quletly in Dubuque, which
had been his home for many years.
COL, DAVID B, HENDERSON.
Mr. Henderson was born March 14,
1840, in the bleak vilage of Old Deer,
which is attached to the estate of the
Earl of Buchan in Aberdeenshire, Scot
land. He was scarcely five years old
when his father, Thomas Henderson,
left Old Deer for America, bringing the
family with him. After many tribula
tlons the family landed In Chicago
with something like $5 of ready cash
remaining from the funmd obtalned by
selling thelr household effects in Scot
land. They managed to get a small
farm In Illinols, and there they re
‘mained three years. Later the Hender
sons moved to lowa, and with money
sayed by Dayid’s thrifty mother pur
chaked a tract of prairle land In Fay
ette County, which later was known as
Henderson’s Prairie. It was in lowa
the future Speaker received his school
ing. He worked on the farm in sum
mer and attended school in winter. In
1860 he was sent to a small Methodist
college at Fayette, known as the Upper
lowa Unlversity.
In his second year at the school the
war broke out, and on the morning of
September 15, 1861, when Henderson
was 21, he arose during the morning
assembly of the students for prayer
and asked that he be glven a ¢hance
to speak. After a consultation of the
faculty his wish was granted, and he
then made a speech which was talked
of for years in lowa owing to its pas
slon and patriotism, As a result twen
ty-two of the students promptly enlist
ed with him. He formed and was made
lieutenant of Company C, of the Twen
tieth lowa Infantry. He was shot in
the face at Fort Donelson, and was In
'a hospital till shortly before the battle
of Shiloh, where he rejoined his regi
ment. In the battle of Corinth he lost
a foot, but after being discharged from
the hospital he was made colonel of the
Forty-sixth lowa Volunteers, and
served throughout the remainder of the
war in that capacity. When peace had
been restored Col. Henderson studied
law, and from 1868 till 1882, when he
was elected to Congress, and his part
ner, Judge Shiras, was appointed to
the United States Supreme Court, he
was a member of the firm of Shiras,
Van Duzee & Henderson.
In 1867 Col. Henderson married Miss
Augusta Fox, of West Unlon, lowa, and
made his home at Dubuque, where his
three children were born. , They are:
'Mrs. Angle Peaslee, of East Dubuque,
llll.; Belle Henderson, who lives with
{ her parents, and a son, Don Henderson,
|who is In the lumber business in St
Paul. ?
Col. Henderson was a great story
teller, and a fluent and witty speaker.
As an example of his vitality, many
stories are told of the final operation
on his leg. Three previous operations
'had not been sucecessful, and in 1899 he
{arranged for a fourth. On this occa
{slon he not only refused to take an
anaesthetic, but sat on the operating
table of the hospital giving directions
and freely criticising the work of the
surgeons.
Rather Sharp. .
Stubb—Yes; the collosal wild animal
show went to pleces. The creditors
seized everything until they reached
the animal In the large cage.
Penn—And why didn’t they selze
that?
Stubb—lt was a porcupine.—Judge.
.'ollen of Flowers.
The pollen of flowers is in grains so
small that many kinds are no more
than I,oooth part of a millimeter in dia
meter.
Perhaps the longevity of most act
ors may be due to enforced walking
a 8 & means of exercise,
$ SEATTLE WASH
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 & WAISON CO
( SUCCESSORS TO )
BONNY & STEWART
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
s i tondance. Scattle, 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. 3
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NORTH STAR
WOOLEN
MILL CO.
Blankets, h;E::;:s .
and Blanketings
Minneapolis, Minn.
A. BACKDAHL C. A. BACKDAHL
A. Backdahl & Co.
DRUGGISTS.
Opposite Milwaukee Depot. Psescriptions
are fully compounded. 313 Washington ave
nue South.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
A. D. THOMPSON DRUG GO,
Modern Druggists Open Day and Night
Foss, Quality Chocolates—Exclusive Agency
TWO STORES
First Ave and Third Street
Opp. Postoffice
Nicollet Ave. and Fourth 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 an: Grand Forks, N. Dak,
‘'GENERAL OFFICE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESCTA
When in Seattle visit
HANSON & CO°’S
Billiard Parlors
The Finest in the Northwest
621-23 First Avenue
SEATTLE WASHINGTO
Trunks Made
to Order
and Repaired
Phone
Main 2816
SEATTLE TRUNK FACTORY
M. V. STRAUS, Mgr.
Mhnufacturers and Dealers in
TRUNKS, SUIT CASES AND LEATHER GOODS
817 Second Ave., Seattle, Wash.
“A Whiskey Without a Repu
tation.” Try It
El Kader Bourbon
Served at All First-Class Bars
This whiskey is never sold until it is
fully matured by age, and is guaranteed
to be more reliable and uniform in qual
ity than any other whiskey offered to
the public.
HENRY FLECKENSTEIN & CO.
Distributors
WATER TANKS
Fir Spruce and
Cedar Lumber
Box Shooks
Cedar Shingles
Grays Harbor Commercial Go
Seattie, Wash.
2 MINNEAPOLIS MINN. i
Yerxa Bros. & Co.
Wholesale
and
Retail
Grocers
425, 427, 429 Nicollet Ave.
Minneapolis, Minn
Wear
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
Manufactured by
* North Star Shoe Co.
MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
Pillsbury’s
BEST
FLOUR
Leads the World
Made In
MINNEAPOLIS

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