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LEADING HOTELS
COST $1,000,000.
The Portiand
¥H. C. BOWERS, Manager.
American Plan, $3 Per Day
and Upward.
FOR TOURISTS
AND
JAL TRAVELERS:.
Portiand, Oregon.
Telephone9-B - p. 0. Box 56l
The Grand Pacific Hotel
CHAS. A. SCHRAGE, Proprietor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class in Every Particular.
Corner Railroad St. and Higgins Ave.
MISSOULA, MONT.
The Kenyon
Don Porter
Salt Lake City’s
NEW HOTEL
Salt Lake City Utah
The Grandon
The only First-Class
American Plan Ho
tel in Helena.
Rates from $3 to $5
BOLLINGER
HOTEL
European Plan
Lewiston ldaho
Best Hotel in
Northern ldaho
The Northwest
EDW. G. PATTERSON, Prop.
CHAS. H. RATTINGER, Mgr.
Steam Heat in Every Room
Private and Public Baths
Eiectric Light 5
RATES $2 PER DAY AND UP
Bismarck, N. D.
HOTEL
PEDICORD
T. J. PEDICORD,
Yroprietor
Rates 50¢, 75¢, $l, $1.50
Rooms with Private Baths
Both American and European
Private Telephones in Rooms
First-Class Grill
in Connection
209-219 Riverside Ave.,
' SPOKANE, WASH.
LEADING HOTELS
HOTEL PORTLAND.
RICHARDS
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Phone Exchange 25
360-362 Alder St.
Cor. Park PORTLAND, ORE.
Best furnished house in Southern Oregon
New Depot Hotel
A. H. PRACHT, Proprietor.
All Trains stop 30 Minutes
For Meals.
The New Bannock Hotel
Headquarters for Commercial Men
American Plan. Rooms with Bath,
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room.
RATES $2.00 to $4.00 PER DAY
Pocatello = Idaho
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A Home for the Traveling Men
Strictly First Class.
American Plan
Electric lighted. Steam heated. Good
Sample Rooms in Connection.
J. C. BROWN, Manager.
COLFAX, WASHINGTON
ASHLAND, OREGON
: LEADING HOTELS
THE ESMOND HOTEL
QOSCAR ANDERSON Manager
Rates: European Plan
50¢, 75¢, $l.OO, $1.50, $2.00 per day
Free Bus to and from all Trains
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND OREGON
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¢ DULUTH MINN.
HENRY FOLZ
Leading grocery and mar
ket. We serve the traveling
public at reasonable prices.
114 and 116 West Superior
street.
DULUTH, IVIERN.
© GREAT FALLS
Cloths' Man, Woman, Boy—in
Modern Up-to-Date Fashionable
Clothing—at Popular Prices.
Visit Often the Popular Priced
Store for Men and Women.
Great Falls, = = « Montana.
E. A. REICHEL, Prescident.
W. F. SENGBUSCH, Vice President.
H. W. GRUNWALDT, Bec. & Treas
THE
AMERICAN BREWING
& MALTING COMPANY
Brewers and Bottlers of extra
(llxalit_v lager beer. ‘‘American
Family” bottled beer a specialty.
Office: 109 Central Avenue.
P. O. Box 86.
Great Falls, - = = Nontana.
?’WWWQ’;
flDAHO ADVERTISING $
Thos. Blyth, Pre Lyman Fargo, Vice Pres
The Blyth & Fargo Co.
Poecatello, Jdaho
General Merchandise
STORES AT
Evanston, Wyo. Pocatello, Idaho
BANK OF NAMPA, Ltd.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
Established 1809. Dewey Palace Hotel Bld'g.
FRED G. MOCK, President
F. J. CONROY, Vice-President
C. R. HICKEY, Cashier
FRANK JENKINSON, Ass't Cashier
NAMPA, e IDAHO
J. A. Murn{. Wm. A. Anthes,
President, Cashier
D. W. Standrod, 1. N. Anthes,
Vice President Asst, Cashier
THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Pocatello, Idaho.
POCATELLO, - - - IDAHO
TUTTLE MERGANTILE 0., LTD.
Wholesale Grocers
GOODWIN MINING CANDLES
Judson Powder, Fuse and Caps
AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED OLYMPIA BEER
Nampa, Idaho
CHURCH & WHITE CO.
Real Estate
And Insurance
Pocatello
179¢—Timothy Pickering of Massa
| chusetts became Postmaster General
| of United States.
1799—Bonaparte declared first consul.
1814—Gen. Jackson, with 2,000 Tennes
| see militia, drove the British from
| Pensacola.
1818—Smith Thompson of New York be
| came Secretary of the Navy.
1828—Siege of Silistria raised.
1837—Riot at Alton, IlL; E. P. Lovejoy
| killed.
‘lBs3—President Pierce turned first sod
’ of Washington aqueduet.
1859—Treaty of Zurich signed.
1861—Federal naval and military forces,
under Commodore Dupont and Gen.
Sherman, captured feorts at Port
Rayal entrance.
1864—Gen. McClellan resigned his com
mand in the army.
1867—First woman's suffrage society
i formed in England.
' 1869—Holborn Viaduect, London, opened.
1871—Apache Indians attacked stage
near Wickenburg, Arizona, and
killed six passengers, among them
F. W. Loring, the author.
1873—Captain and crew of the Virginius
executed at Santiage de Cuba.
1875—Steamer City of Waco burned off
Galveston bar.
1876—Centennial Expesitioa, Philadel
phia, closed ; total admissions, 9,799,-
392.
1880—Sarah Bernhart made her Ameri
can debut at Booth’s theater, New
York.
1889—President preclaimed Montana a
State of the Union.... Roman Cath
olic centenary in America celebrated
at Baltimore.
1890—British torpedo hoat Serpent
wrecked on Spanish coast; 173 lives
lost.... Revolt against President
Brogan in Honduras suppressed.
1802—Dynamite explosions caused by
anarchists in Paris.
1893—Thirty persons killed and injured
by anarchist's bemb in Barcelona
theater....F. H. Weeks of New
York, embezzler of $1,000,000, sent
to Sing Sing prison.
1895—Miss Consuele Vanderbilt and
’ Duke of Marlberough married in
New York.
1897—Attempted assassination of Presi
dent Morales of Brazil.... United
States, Russia and Japan signed
| treaty for protection of seals in
Behring Sea.
1898—Theodore Roosevelt elected Gov
ernor of New York... Turkish troops
in Crete forcibly removed by Russian |
admiral.
1899—U. 8. cruiser Charleston wrecked
on coast of Luzon, Philippine Islands
«...Admiral George Dewey married
to Mrs. Mildred 11. Hazen at Wash
ingten, D. C.
1900—Canadian parliamentary elections
carried by a Liberal majority.
1961—Li Hung Chang, Chinese states
man, died in Pekin....United States
and Great Britain sigaed Isthmian
canal treaty.
1902—Reciprocity treaty between Unit
ed States and Newfoundland signed
....Spanigh cabinet resigned.
1903—President Roosevelt sent to Con
gress his message on Cuba. ... United
States recognized Panama govern
ment.
1905—British squadron, commanded by
Prince Louis of Battenberg, visited
‘New York. i
JC HOOLS
orD @Lwfifis
, George Westinghouse, the inventor, has
received the degree of doctor of engi
‘neering from the Technical university of
Berlin.
The health officer of Cleveland, Ohio,
'has forbidden the use of slates and
‘sponges in the primary grades of the pub
lic schools on the ground that they are
unsanitary.
‘ The woman’s college of Baltimore has
appointed Miss Caroline Shawe as pur
veyor for the college, a new office, the
duties of which are to have charge of the
scientific and sanitary administration of
the entire establishment,
Judge Carpenter of Denver has decided
that the board of education may not in
terpret literally the clause in the teachers’
contracts permitting dismissal at pleas
ure. Some good and sufficient reason must
be given before a teacher is discharged.
A new metric chart, representing geo
graphical measures of the international
metric system of weights and measures
has been prepared by the bureau of stand
ards of the Department of Commerce and
Labor and will be furnished free to any
school in which the system is taught. |
W. L. Schlater has been app:)inted di
rector of the museum of Colorado col
lege. For four years he was deputy su
perintendent of the Indian myseum in
Calcutta and for ten years director of
the South African museum at Cape Town.
He has published a series of volumes on ‘
the fauna of South Africa, 5
Idaho
C. 0. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY.
Safes, Pianos, Furniture moved, stored or packed for shipping. Com
modious brick warehouse, with separate iron rooms, Front and Clay.
Express and Baggage hauled.
Office Phone, 596; Stable, Black 1972 PORTLAND, OREGON
STRANGERS! TOURISTS! HOMESEEKERS!
Go there, where, when the tide is out, ‘‘the table is set,”” and where the wealth of
riches has not yet been touched,
OREGON’S COAST CITY
Lots in Schaefer’s Addition, “CENTRAL,” $lOO and upwards.
GEO. J. SCHAEFER, Owner and Real Estate Agent
317 Chamber of Commerce’ PORTLAND, OREGON'
COMETO GOD’S COUNTRY
Sure Crops
Increasing Population
Values Climbing
If you want money, if you want to buy property for
investment, if you have property you desire to dispose of,
if you want a home or a farm, see
J. WHYTE EVANS
BROKER
Telephone MAIN 4006
7 Chamber of Commerce Building
; PORTLAND
-~ Ea 4
Albers Bros. Milling Co.
CEREAL MILLERS
Manufacturers of
High Grade Cereals
Wholesale Dealers in
Grain, Hay, Flour and Feed
; Our 1 eading Brands in Packages $
Viclet ODats Violef Wheat Violet Fearl Bariey Violet Pearls of Whezt
Violet Buckwheat Golumbia Oats Columbia Wheat Lucky Oats Cream Cats
All First-COlass Dealers Handle Our Brands of Goods

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