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Pioneer Soda Works
GUNDEL BROS. & CO.
Manufacturers of
SODA WATER, EXTRACTS, SYRUPS, ETC.
. Factory, 416 Water Street
Telephone, Main 2366
PORTLAND OREGON
STAR ‘BREWERY
NORTHERN BREWERY (CO.
HOP GOLD
PORTLAND OFFICE:
Corner East Third and Burnside Streets
A Western Cracker Made
for Western People
Ask your Grocer for
Western Crackersand Cakes
Take no other kind if you want the best
THETOKE POINT OISTER (0
2 Sud S, Porln, 0.
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.
THE SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN BANK
Commercial Banking Savings Department
C apital $5,000,000 Surplus $350,000 Total Avajlable Assets $7,500,000
A. CHILBERG, President GEO. H. TARBELL, Manager
A. V. HAYDEN, Cashier
Tacoma Office No. 955 Commerce St.. N. E. Cor. South 11th St.
“Oldest Bank in the State of Washington.”
DEXTER, HORTON & CO.
Capital $200,000 Surplus and undivided
y Deposits $7,53,000 BANKERS ’ profits, $425,000
Accounts of Northwest Pacific Banks solicited upon terms which will grant to them the
most liberal accommodations con-istent with their talances and responsibilities. Wm. M.
Ladd, President; N. H, Latimer, Manager; M. W, Pe erson, Cashier. Seattle, Washington.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PORT TOWNSEND
Established 1882. Collections promptly made and remitted.
DAVID H. BEECHER, SIDNEY CLARK,
President. Cashier.
Union National Bank
Incorporated 1890
CAPITAL $lOO,OOO
Pays Interest on Time Deposits
THE OLD BANK CORNER
Grand Forks,
NORTH DAKOTA
The Old Reliable Ask Your Grccer for
Has never failed to please. It has al
ways been the standard for family use
R. H. Guthrie
Portland Representative
212 Abington Bidg. Phone Pacific 2251 1 h®& Original Diamond Brand
HENRY WEINHARD’S BREWERY
Manufacturers and Bottlers of the
Well Known Brands of Lager Beer
“EXPORT”
“ KAISERBLUME ”
“COLUMBIA”
_ IN KEGS AND BOTTLES
Trade and Families Supplied
Brewery and Office BURNSIDE & 13th STS.
L. MV. PARRiSI; FRANK E. W'VIITKII;'A(
Notary Publie &'y winsine Notary Public
Parrish, Watkins & Co,
Established 1872
Real Estate ‘
Insurance, Rental
and Loan Agents |
250 Alder St., Portland, Oregon
Rometsch Exchange
JOHN ROMETSCH, Prop.
. Fine Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Telephone Main 1200
253 Morrison St., Portland, Ore.
«“The Judge Demands the Best”
LA TOCO *
Key West Cigar
EL. PATERNO
Ten-Cent Leader
SIGHT DRAFT
King of Five-Cent Cigars
W. S. Conrad
g't'.“-';fi?.‘.”"“ Distributor
' STEAMER
? FASTEST ON THE RIVER
The only steamboat making a round trip
DAILY
Except Sunday between
e
Portland and Astoria
And Way Points
F Lt S ORI 1 W
RN RO L L T T
BARS BOERI L I e
Brriwd PORRMSRG ~ Ll e P e
MEALS SERVED A LA CARTE
Portland Landing, Alder St. Dock. |
Astoria Landing, Callender Dock.
E. B. SCOTT, Agent. Phone Main 565
A LITTLE LESSON
IN ADVERSITY.
It was of Peter Cooper that the poet
Joaquin Miller wrote:
‘I reckon him greater than any man
That ever drew
sword {n war;
I reckon him nobler
than king or
khan,
Braver and better
by far,
And wisest he is In
this whole wide
land
Of hoarding till
bent and gray;
For all you ecan
hold in your
cold, dead hand
Is what you have
PETER COOPER. glven away.”
Peter Cooper had
not quite a year’s schooling in the
course.of his lifetime anxious although
he was for it, greedy even for knowl
edge. His people were oppressed by the
most grinding poverty. His assistance
was absolutely necessary to enable
them to live on the barest necessities.
The boy worked from his earliest child-i
‘hood, not the work that children of this
‘day and time are accustomed to, but
toll that was fitted more for a man than
a boy. :
Unselfish ever, the boy determined
that if he were ever given the oppor
tunity of being able to give the means
he would found a school such as he
would have desired to attend, a school
for the children of poverty. How he
worked to that end is a story of the
nation. The result is the great Cooper |
Union of New York, one of the greatest
Institutions of the country in exist
ence to-day.
VICE PRESIDENT’S
DAUGHTER-IN-LAW.
Miss Helen N. Scott, the Pittsburg
young woman who eloped with Freder-
Ick Cole Falrbanks, the youngest son of
Vice Presldent Falrbanks, IS in her
nineteenth year. She is the youngest
daughter of James Scott, one of the
followers of Andrew Carnegle who
found himself wealthy when the Uni
ted States Steel Corporation was form-
MRS. FREDERICK C. FAIRBANKS,
e e T
ed and took over the Carnegie proper
ties. She has been highly educated and
is accomplished in more ways than
one, as well as being geod looking. The
young couple have been forgiven by
the parents on both sides. The only
objection to the marriage on the part
of the parents was the youth of the
pair.
Moving in New York.
An expressman who called at a New
York boarding house for two trunks
was asked by the landlady where they
were going.
“I don’t know,” he said. “You see,
Ido only half the hauling. I will take
the things to our office and somebody
else will take them the rest of the way.
The boss at the desk will know the ad
dress. The moving is done on the in
stallment plan to keep you folks here
from finding out where the other people
went. They were afraid to trust me
with the number for fear you might
‘worm it out of me, so they told it to no
body but the manager. Lots of people
who move often make the trip In sec
tions like that. Half the time when I
take a trunk away from a boarhlng
house I don’t know where it will wind
up. That is generally done where there
has been a row and the folks who leave
don’t want to be followed. Been g lit
tle trouble here, I Imagine,” he added
tentatively.
“Yes,” sighed ,the landlady, “a Httle."l
—Evening Wisconsin, 3
A Monkey that Wears Glasses,
In the zoologlcal gardens at Breslan,
Germany, there is a spider monkey
which was operated on for cataract and
Dow wears glasses. For more than g
year after it was received at the zoo
it was very healthy and lively ; then it
became very qulet, ceased to play and
crouched in a corner. It was examined
and found to be suffering from cata
ract, so it was immediately taken to the
eye hospital and operated on. In less
than a month it was fitted with a pair
of spectacles, which it wears with be
coming gravity,
] ELDERBRAU GROTTO
| ERICKSON & BERG, Props.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
' 54 Sixth Street
'MAIN 4402 PORTLAND, ORE.
JUCHEMICH & CRAMER, Props.
Manufacturers of Carbonated Bever
ages, Syrups, Extracts, Mineral Waters
and Champagne Cider. Sole distrib
utors of Scdaville Mineral Water.
Phone Pacifie 1793.
Office and Factory, 204™ Mill Street
PORTLAND, OREGON
Electric Flatiron
FREE
} On receipt of Coupon we will deliver
an Electric Flatiron to any address, free
of charge, for 30 days’ trial.
You are under no obligation to pur
chase the Iron—we want you to see
what it will do in the saving of Labor,
Time and Expense.
All equipment delivered with each
Iron, which may be attached to any
Electric Lamp socket. |
Fill in and mail Corpon to us AT
ONCE. |
mmmm“,noo%
-
Portland General Electric Comguny,
First and Alder Sts., Portland, Oregon,
Gentlemen: You may deliver to me one
Electric Flatiron, which I agree to try, and
if unsatisfactory to return to }mu wifiun 30
days from date of delivery. If I do not re
turn it at that time you may cha?e same
10 my account at $.OO, It is understood
that no charfe will be made for the iron if
I return it within 30 days.
DRI s clisiiaiveistissiminrrieiibsicsuainss
DO A - BUDREIE. ... ciiia
WMW +
Portland General
Electric Co.
Telephone MAIN 6680
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
The
SAVINGS BANK
of the
‘& Trust Company
,4 Per Cent
|
IYearly Interest
On Savings Accounts
’lnteresl Compounded Semi-Annually
‘We Also Pay 4 Per Cent Interest
' on Certificates of Deposit
And 3 Per Cent on Daily Balances
of Check Accounts
Save a Dollar Today and It
Will Work for You Tomorrow
A Bank Account is the first step to
ward happiness, prosperity and comfort
, Banking Hours, 9a. m. to 4 p. m.;
L b i |
' DIRECTORS — Wm. M. Ladd, J. |
Thorburn Ross, T. T. Burkhart, Frank
M. Warren, George H. Hill.
| OFFICERS—J. Thorburn Ross, Pres
ident; George H. Hill, Vice President;
T. T. Burkhart, Treasurer; John E.
Aitchison, Secretary.
240 Washington Street |
Corner Second ‘
PORTLAND OREGON
:“0000}00“0“000000“00:
£ ST. PAUL MINN. ¢
0“00“0000““00000“0“:
Alired J. Krank
(Successor to SCHNELL & KRANK,)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
BARBERS’ FURNITURE
AND SUPPLIES
FINE CUTLERY
RAZOR WORK A SPECIALTY.
142 E. 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
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,
OMAHA NEBRASKA -
“THE ONLY WAY”
1 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.
§ MINNEAPOLIS MINN. ;
) NORTH STAR
WOOLEN
MILL CO.
Blankets, ’;’;::;‘;‘: :
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
Wear
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
1 : MINNEAPOLIS
OMNIBUS AND CARRIAGE LINE
MATTISON & FOYE, Proprietors
237 Hennepin Ave. Nicollet House Block
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
LIVINGSTON
UNION MEAT MARKET,
[RESH AND SALT MEATS
F.B.TOLHURST
Taxidermist
for the Tourist
OPPOSITE DEPOT,
Livingston,
GEO.W. HUSTED
Prescriptions, Drugs,
Patent Medicines, Ci=
gars, Toilet Articles,
Finest Soda Fountain
on the N. P. Railway.
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
This card entitles you to a trip through the
National Park, providing you patronize
é¢ ’”»
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.
OMAHA NEBRASKA &
» *
¢ COUNCIL BLUFFS
:00 BP9 HOO 9 000000000“0‘0&
S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats &
Supplies for Dining and Private
Cars Given Special Attention % o
230-32 Main St. 229-3 f Pearl St.
Telephone 191
Council Bluffs lowa
e Faote
Black Buffalo
Pure Rye Whiskey
Unexcelled in
Quality and Excellence
| The Pederson Mercantile Co.
Wholceals Liduer Imparters and
l Moorehead, Minnesota
e Raoiains o Anhenseeßasth T
= =
SKELLY & LITTLEHALES
Dealers in
Groceries, Flour, Feed,
Hay, Grain, Coal, Wood and Build
ing Materials
101-103 Fourteenth St. North
Phone Pacific 611 ,
Corner Flanders Portland, Oregon
Montana.

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