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MEADOW BROOK
CREAMERY
H. Q. WEINSTEIN COMPANY
Manufacturers of
Fancy Creamery
BUTTER.
North Yakima, Wash.
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Jamestown Steam Laundry
J. E. HALSTEAD, Proprietor
Short Time Work a Specialty
JAMESTOWN NORTH DAKOTA
The Seiler Co.
OSCAR J. SEILER, Attorney-at-Law
: President
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $35,000
Collections
Investments
Real Estate
Jamestown, North Dakota
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“THE ONLY WAY”
-~ Have your Baggage checked from hotel and Residences over
any_railroad to any place in United States by
Omaha Transfer Co.
Office 208 So. 14th St.
When" Coming into Omaha give your checks to our uniformed
agents on trains or at depot and receive cheapest and best service
New cabs to all parts of city.
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{ SPOKANE
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
merits your confidence.
401 Riverside Ave.
Granite Block
THE SLOANE-PAINE CO.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
Greatest Grocery
OF THE
Northwest
in porters of
Wines, Liquors, Delicatessen
Fruit and Groceries
We make a specialty of supplying pri
ate cars. Send for catalogue. Mail
rders solicited.
521-523 SPRAGUE AVENUE
INFORMATION ABOUT REAL ESTATE GLADLY GIVEN
ROGERS & ROGERS
OLD RELIABLE
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON.
£stablished 1892
STOP OFF AT SPOKANE
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 tho
Y se of the large eastern
Whatever you may need in Cloaks, Suits, Milli Good
le:?tc}fx!(l?)dan:f gvl:r‘;!ths’ill;zol?%s}oaife fy,dl'l'nder';arfllcll‘m Bgerstsains ors’inS i}ks;.
3 ou ’ okl ac
e y found in a First-Class Dry Goods Store. will be
NOTE—Spokane Postoffice Sub-Station No. 6 is located right here in our store
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: COUNCIL Bl.Ulili 3
S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats & &
Supplies for Dining and Private
Cars Given Special Attention o 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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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. All kinds of Sausage a Spe
cialty. Telephone 291.
No. 212 Bernard St.,
LT T —
The Crescent Bakery
& Confectionery Co.
247 Riverside Avenue
SPOKANE, WASH.
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
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§ ST. PAUL MINN.
CP000000009008006060000690046
C. J. EHRMANNTRAUT
Whalesale and Retail Dealer in
MEATS
179 Western Avenue. 438 Broadway.
Both Phones.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
CASCADE LAUNDRY
O. D. KENNEEY, Prop.
Teloephones
N. W. 1206-J1 T. 0. 1206
128 W. 7th St., St. Paul, Minn.
Alfred J. Krank
{Buccessor to LCHNELL & KRANK.)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
BARBERS’ FURNITURE
'AND SUPPLIES
FINE CUTLERY
RAZOR WORK A SPECIALTY.
142 BE. Sixth St., Opp. Ryan Hotel.
St. Paul, Minnesota
Aguilas and
Seal of Minnesota
Cigars
ARE SOLD ON ALL TRAINS
Kubles & Stock Co.
MAKERS
ST.PAUL - - MINNESOTA
Moo Steam Launbry
Rice-Phillips Ldry Co., Proprietors.
Office 156 E. 7th Street.
Laundry, cor. Sixth and John sts.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
EL FIRMA and
DUKE OF PARMA
CIGARS
You Will Like Them
HART & MURPHY, Makers
ST. PAUL
Established 1882 Incorporated 1900
GRIGGS, COOPER & CO.
Manufacturers, Importers
and Wholesale Grocero
242-264 East Third Street
ST. PAUL MINN.
GEO. W. FREEMAN PAUL H. GOTZIAN
President sec. and Treas.
C. GOTZIAN & CO.
Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers in
Proprietors of
MINNESOTA SHOE CO.
Factory: Cor. Fifth and Rosabel Sts.
Ealesrooms and Offices, 242 to 280 inclusive,
E. Fifth St., ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
Branch Factory: Chippewa I"alll, Wis.
Branch: Portland, Ore.
@™ Exclusive Northwestern Agents for
Wales Goodyear Rubber Goods.
P.J.BOWLIN
LIQUOR GO.
Wholesale
Dealers in
Imported and
Domestic
Wines and
Liquors
381 1; 389
Jackson St.
St. Paul
Minnesota.
'] Bowlin
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RAM’S HORN BLASTS.
Warning Notes Calling the Wicked
to Repentance. .
T'S a poor kind
of a barber whe
cannot make up a
passable prophet
to-day.
Hypocrites usu
ally burst their
borrowed hides
by overloading
their stomachs.
Strife over
words {8 often
mistaken for
strenuous work,
Jut only by the strife-makers.
Fear the fortune that makes you for
get your God.
They who seek God’'s work find God
in their world.
God does not furnish foundations on
which to rest, but ones on which to
build.
When a man gets red cobwebs on his
cheeks the world takes him at his face
value.
There is no use in a thing being
touching unless it have a purpose in
teaching.
The greed of one church does not
promote the glory of the Lord of all the
churches.
Facility in sentencing others is often
offered as a substitute for our own
fidelity in service,
The man with a large sense of his
own importance is likely to be distin.
guished for general impotence.
NO ONE EVER STARVES.
This Was Asserted by a Doctor Who
Died After Fasting.
Dr. Richard A. Terhune, the dean of
the physicians of Passaic, N. J., by
whom he was always spoken of affec
tionately as “Doctor Dick,” died there
of intestinal cancer. He had not eaten
anything for over a month, and to the
last bantered his brother practitioners
on the fact that he was a living exam
ple of his pet theory that no one would
die of starvation if he had plenty of
water to drink, says the New York
Times.
Dr. Terhune had always declared,
and would argue on the subject when
ever he had an opportunity, that per
sons who had died of what is called
starvation were really the victims of
fright, and had simply died because
they were afraid they would and not
from lack of food.
The aged physician, who was a stal
wart man, became il about seven
months ago. He speedily diagnosed his
allment as Intestinal cancer, and gave
out a fatal prognosis of his own case.
All the Passaic physicians and scores
more from the neighboring towns and
cities called on him in the months of
his iliness, and many suggestions as to
treatment were made to him. He turn
ed a deaf ear to all and only employed
such palliative measures as suggested
themselves to himself and his son, Dr,
Percy A. Terhune.
About five weeks ago, “Doctor Dick”
found that he could no longer retain
food, and he gave up eating. Since that
time nothing had passed his lips except
water, and now and then a little medi
cine.
On Saturday night several physicians
dropped in to see him, and he took the
opportunity to enlarge upon his non
starvation theory.
“You see,” he began, with a smile,
“I cannot retain anything but water.i
and yet I am strong and able to move
freely about in bed. I am proving my
old theory that no one ever really dles
of hunger. So-called death from hunger
is simply due to terror, if there is plen
ty of water to be had. :
*1 will .call_ to your attention the”
case of a young girl that came under
my own observation. SBhe was Il with
a disease which was pronounced Incur
able by skilled physicians. That girl
did not eat anything for forty-eight
days except half a soda cracker a day.
Did she die? Not a bit of it. On the
contrary, she got entirely well, and In
the forty-elght days when she did not
eat she pursued the even tenor of her
way, went to parties and danced, too.
“You know very well that doctors
don’t know So very much, after all,”
‘contlnued the old physician, shaking
an admonishing finger at his auditors.
“Nature does the work and we get the
credit.”
After bidding good-night to his call
ers, “Doctor Dick” went quletly to
sleep and dled at 4:30 o’clock the next
morning.
Speaking as a Husband.
The ponderous statesman was at
home, and, according to the Washing
ton Star, talking over his speech of the
evening with his wife.
“I know,” he said, “that in the course
of my remarks on the revision of the
tariff I said some things which were
not generally understood.”
“How do you know that?” his wife
asked.
“Because,” he said, dropping his
voice to a whisper, “I don’t understand
them myself.”
Got Off Light. ,
The following conversation occurred
after a recent trial in a county court:
“You say dey sent him up fer ten
years?” y
“Dat what dey done.”
“En he had three lawyers?-
“He sho’ did!”
“My, my!” the old darky exclaimed.
“Ef he’d had six, dey’d ’a give him a
lifetime !”—Atlanta Constitution.
We never like to see special trains
carrylng officlals the same month that
the pay of section hands has been re
duced.
3 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 & WATSON CO
( BUCCESSORS TO )
BONNY & STEWART
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
ey i Actendance. Seattle, Wash.
F. R YERXA & SONS
WHOLESALE GROGERS
Expert Dealers in Tea and Coffee
Corner Main and Occidental
SEATTLE WASHINGTON
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§ MINNEAPOLLS MINN. :
NORTH STAR
WOOLEN
MILL CO.
Manufacturers of
Blankets, Flannels
and Blanketings
Minneapolis, Minn.
A. BACKDAHL C. A. BACKDAHL
A. Backdah! & Co.
DRUGGISTS.
Opposite Milwaukee Depot. Psescriptions
are fully compounded. 3813 Washington ave-*
nue South.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
A. D. THOMPSON DRUG (O,
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,
@ENERAL OFFIOE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
When in Seattle visit
HANSON & CO°’S
Billiard Parlors
The Finest in the Northwest
621-23 First Avenue
SEATTLE WASHINGTON
SEATTLE TRUNK FACTORY
M. V. STRAUS, Mgr.
Mhnufaoturers 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
theflpkublic.
NRY FLECKENSTEIN & CO.
WATER TANKS
Fir Spruce and
Cedar Lumber
Box Shooks
Cedar Shingles
Grays Harbor Commercial Co
Seattie, Wash.
% MINNEAPOLIS MINN. %
Yerxa Bros. & Co.
Wholiesale
and
Retail
Grocers
425, 427, 429 Nicollet Ave.
Minneapolis, Minn
Wear
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
Pillsbury’s
BEST
FLOUR
Leads the World
Made In
MINNEAPOLIS
Trunks Made
to Order
and Repaired
Phone
¥ Main 2816
Distributors

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