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TELLER WANT ADS
What Do You Want ?
A re you having trouble in securing help, have you a room 1
to rent, do you want to get a room, do you want to sell or >
buy anything? Youjwill be surprised what a little ad in The
Evening Teller will do for you. Try one. The paper that
brin gs results;t o;the advertiser.
L«m than 6 linaa, par lina..............
Mara than 5 inaa, par lltia..............
Na ad takan for laao than 15 oanta.
Rate for
Insertion.
.. .$ .05
... .05
Rate for Sub- Rate
•equant Insertion. Par Month
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HELP WANTED.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Best wages. Mrs. H. W.
Johnson, 370 Fifth street.___
WANTED—Hand
Claire laundry.
trônera at the Lie
many make
1100 to $160 par month; some even
Biere; a teck cle&a; grown on reser
vation; far from old orchards; cash
advanced weakly; choice of territory.
Address Washington Nursey Co.,
Toppenlsk, Wash. ___^
ROOMS FOR RENT.
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HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot
and cold water In rooms. Free baths,
iirs. EUcn Carlton, Phone Main 220,
Blehenberger building.
FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, cor
ner 10 th street and 8th avenue.
Call on L. C. Neal, 416 Adams street.
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FOR RENT—In First National Bank j
Building three choice office rooms i
on first floor, only one flight of stairs
up, on Main street. Apply at John
P. Vollmer & Co.'s store.
MONEY to loan on Clarkston real es
tate. • Address Box 231, Clarkston.
Wash.
FOR 8ALE.
FOR SALE—Private parties desiring
some bargains in furniture and
household goods will find them at
334 Sixth street. tf
FOR SALE—Confectionary and lunch
room. On account ef ili-health 1
will sell at a sacrifice my business
with or without stock. Can be made
suitable for residence. M. D. Baker,
Seventh avenue near Normal school.
FOR SALE1—Old papers In bundles of
100 each at the Teller office.
FOR SALE—Five room cottage; lot
50 by 142 feet; lawn and trees; close
to. Enquire at 254, 5th avenue.
attorneys.
G. ORR McMimiir.—Attorney at
law. Office in Room 115, Mark
Means block, Lewiston, Idaho.
F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Rooms 308-9 Welsgerber Building.
JAMES E, BABB. ATTORNEY AT
LAW-—Practices In state and federal
and Washington
courts of Idaho
GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, Lawyer
Practices In all State and Federal
Courts of Idaho and Washington.
Rooms 1, 2 and 3, Telephone Bldg.
Lewiston National Bank Bldg._____
JOHNSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS
Rooms 817. 318 Welsgerber Block.
J. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW |
Will practice In all the courts o;
Idaho and before U. 8. land office j
Rooms (formerly occupied by <- •
land office) tn Lewiston fhtlona
Bank wmidlna. Phone No. 3881
ARCHITECTS.
J. E. TOUKTELLOTTE * CO., AR
CHITECTS. Room 1. Dent A Sutlej
Building, SI* Main St Phono Red
581.
H. N. BLACK, Architect,
Hive Block.
office Bee
•ONTRACTOR8.
H. T. MADGW ICK, CONTRACTOR A
BUILDER, 1 ewlston, Idaho_
0ENTIBT8
W. F. GALBRA ITH, DENTIST. Room
202 New Idaho Trust Building. Phone
2483. T ewlstcn Idaho.
DR. BOSTON, DENTIST. Room 30,
Adama Block. Phone Main 364.
'DRE88MAKER8.
MRS. F. M. HILT, late of New York
City, solicita dressmaking of all
kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed. 847
Mew 16th SL Phone Red 631.
EYE SPECIALISTS.
8. A. ROE, M D.—24 Adams Bldg.
Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose sud
Mouth. Fitting of Glasaes.
~PHYSlfclANd AND~SUffGEON S
DR. MOR- IS. PHYSICIAN AND SUB
GEON Room 295. Wcisçerber
DR. HURLBUT, PHYSiCIAN ANE
SURGEON. Rooms 3. 4, 6. Tblesaer
DR.
geons. Diseases
1UNKLY. Physician and Sur
is, Diseases of Women a SpeclnJ
ty. Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone
office Red 131.
S. A. ROE, M. D„ Homeopathist—24
Adams Bldg. Tel. Red 431. Res.
Tel. Red 1782.
J. E. McLAUGHLIN, m. P., Physician
and Surgeon, office Rooms 3 and 4
New Porter block. Residence 522
Ninth avenue. Phones: Office Red
761: residence, Red 762.
KIROPRATIC.
DR. J. B. CABLE, Chiropractic.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu
matism, Asthma, Heart, Liver and
Kidney Troubles, Paralysis, Deaf
ness, Neuralgia, Headaches and all
Female Difficulties. For testimonials
call at office. Rooms 1 and 2 New
Porter block, Lewiston, Idaho.
Main 122.
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HEAL
ING INSTITUTE—Nature's own
laws of healing «11 curable d ls ss e s s
Dr. J. W. Mullinix, Prop., Rooms 3,
14, 15 Wilden thaler Bldg. Phone
1191.
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OSTEOPATHS.
DRS. A. S. COON & MARY E. COON I
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — j
Graduates under the founder, A. T |
Still, at American School of Osteo
pathy, Kirksvllle, Mo. Residence
and office, Corner Eighth and Chest
nut streets, Clarkston. Wn. Oftlc*
hoars, 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, except Sat
urdays. 'Phone Main 65. S 9clal at
tention to diseases of wi nen anr
children. Consultation free.
Christens V. McNeal, osteopathic
physician, graduate of the Americar.
School of Osteopathy at Kirksvllle,
Mo. Acute and chronic diseases
treated; diseases of women a spe
cialty. Office room 130 Means'
building; phone Mala 110; consulta
tion free
SIDNEY A. BARTLETT, D. O., grad- I
uate of Still College. 215-16 Idaho j
Trust Bldg. Phones: Office, Main !
51; residence. Black 1841. All dis-
eases treated. Glasses fitted.
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8HOE REPAIRING.
SHOE REPAIRING—Rubber heels 50
cents. Repairing done while you
wait. All work guaranteed and done
promptly. People's Shoe Shop 676
East Main street, half block east of
Methodist church. Wooster Bros.,
Prop.
8ECRET SOCIETIES
LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO.
89«— Meets every arat and third
Thursday of each month at the
.......... hall. Geo. Keeter, exalted
ruler: Cha«. W. Mount, secretary
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior
lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Knights alway welcome.
H. Borg, C. C.; F. H. Wood, K. R
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TIMBER LAND8 WANTED.
TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I
M. Malloy.
FOR TRADE—I will trade a good dou
ble seated carriage ror a good work
horse. Address Box 884, Lewiston,
Idaho. **
TAILORS.
Is
BALDECK & RANSBURG
TAILORS
MEANS BLOCK, LEV!(l8TON.
mmd «mins
Chicago and New York
lake shore—nbw yor?. cen
TRAL.
Lv. Chicago dally............ * 0 P- m
At. Nev York daily...... m
Lv. New York daily....... m
Ar. Chicago dally..........8:10 a. m.
MOST COMFORTABLE
VAST LcRVICE qourt
IN AMEftlH* _
If you wish anything n groceries In
a hurry, call up the Russell Groovy,
Ä* »rampt delivery s$ow of ^YWen.
In the Realm of Sports
NEWS AND NOTES OF SPORT. -*
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from Louisville to Pittsburg m iooo
,ml > four - Clnrke > phlIllppe , Leach and
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Wagner, remain.
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William Buckley, who has had con- j
siderable experience in various parts
of the country, will umpire in the New j
Charles S. (Chick) Stahl, the new
manager of tlie Boston Americans, had
liis first professional engagement In
1895. In the spring of tnat year he
started as a pitcher for a team at De
catur. Ind.
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I Six major league clubs will train
j this spring in Texas, five In Georgia,
two in Arkansas, and one each tn Cali
fornia, Florida and Mexico.
It is said that George Stone and
Rhody Wallace will cost the St. Louis
Americans an even $19,500 In salaries
the coming season. Ball players must
be starving to death nowadays.
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And along with other things that
have made Kansas famous don't over
lok "Busy Izzy" Isbell, the heavy
swatter of the White Sox.
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The Gulf Coast (Baseball league has
been organized and will have clubs in
the following places: Monroe. Alex
andria. Opelousas and Lake Charles,
in Iiouisiana, and Orange. Texas. One
more city will be added to make
club circuit.
York State leageu thP coming season,
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F. Merrifiolii, who was n star a few 1
, .v. tt t •» .
years ago at the University of Chicago.
is coaching a university baseball team
at Waseda, Japan.
From Seattle conies word that D. E.
Dugdale will try to obtain a Seattle
franchise for a Northwest league team.
Dugdale is well known in baseball cir
cles throughout the West.
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Officials of the South Atlantic league
believe they will have another hot
pennant raee the coming season. The
contest last season was certainly a
miniature American league raee.
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A Western scribe asks: "Will the
Boston fans appreciate the Itberal pol
icy of George Devey?" Say, eul, after
last season's bunk Boston fans will
stand for anything.
President Rreyfuss of Pittsburg says
tliat ball players eat too much and
hereafter he is going to limit each man
to $3 a day for feeding expenses.
Indoor baseball is now played quite
a bit in the Middle and Western slates,
but all over the East basketbal, roller
polo and bowling have the call.
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Friends of .Toe Choynski, one of the
finest chaps who ever drew on a mitt,
were pleased to learn that he had been
appointed boxlr.g Instructor at the new
Illinois Athletic club tn Chicago. Joe
Is one of the few old-time pugilists
who managed to hold on to some of his
coin.
see
Denver fight promoters have been
up against it trying to get a desirable
opponent for Harry Lewis. "Rube"
Smith Is the latest to sign for a go
with Lewis, the bout being scheduled
for January 22.
• • •
A world's figure skating champion
ship for women Is to take place to
morrow In Vienna.
• • •
The first of the big fencing events
of the winter Is scheduled for tonight,
when the Boston Athletic association
wll hold a tournament for foils for
gold, silver and bronze medals. Next
week the junior championships will be
decided at the New York A(hletlo
club.
WESTERN LIVE STOCK 8HOW
Second Annual Exhibition Opens at
' Denver, Colo.
DENVER, Colo., Jan. 19.—The sec
ond annual exhibition of the Western
Live Stock Show association opened
tn Denver today and will continue
through next week. Consignments of
show cattle, horses, swine and sheep
have been coming In for several days,
and the entries are much more num
erous than at last year's show.
All the leading breeders of fine cat
tle of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana.
Idaho, Kansas, the Dakotas and s'" -
eral other states are represented.
The city wll! he filled with hreeders
and dealers during the coming week
as. in addition to the show, there will
be held the annual convention of the
American National Live Stock associa
tion, and meetings of several agrieul
a! todies.
♦ RESULTS AT ASCOT
♦ OAKLAND.
( By Private
Imperial Turf
-The
Wire to
Exchange.)
Winners at Ascot.
LO« ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 19
winners yesterday at Ascot were:
First Race—Selling; three-fourths
mile: Katie Rains first, Oreno second,
Lackfoot third.
Second Race—Selling; one mile:
Azora third, Woodthorpe second,
Markte Mayer third.
Third Race — Purse; one and one
sixteenth miles: Lord Stanhope first.
Zethus second, J, R. Laughery third.
Fourth Race—Selling: one m ile: 1
Rodolfo first, Freosias second, Prince
Magnet third.
Fifth Race—Selling: futurity course:
T.a Gloria first. Manderlan second. Suc
ceed third.
Sixth Race—Selling: three-fourths
mile: Phil Igoe first, Taos second, Ray
Egan third.
Weather clear; track heavy.
Winners at Emeryville.
OAKLAND. Cal., Jan. 19.—The wln
: tiers at Emeryville yesterday were:
First Race—Selling; five-eighths:
Princess Wheeler first. Black Sam sec
ond. Nettie Hicks third.
Second Race—Selling: one and one
1 eighth mile: Lazell first. Royal Red
I second, 91. A. Powell third.
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j yards: Lucian first. Briers second.
j Mine Spot third,
Fourth Bare—Morinet handicap;
j five-eights mile: Nealon first, Col
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1 mile: Nonie Lucille first. Van Ness i
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j Sixth Raee—Purse: futurity course: !
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SPOKANE .TO PLAY IDAHO |
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Elmwod first. Plausible
Rlondy third.
Weather clear: track beavv.
Former Lewiston Normal Boy
Northern Baseball Nine.
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SPOKANE, Wash.. Jan. 19.—The
Blair Business college has received a
challenge for a baseball game from
the University of Idaho and Professor
Blair, manager of the team, announced
he would accept the challenge and
play the game during the season.
Blair promises to have a strong team
this saason Billy up to the standard of
former teams. George Davis, the clev
er soythpaw who played with the Lew
iston Normals last season. Is attending
the college and will play with the team.
He demonstrated his ability last sea
j 3011 on the diamond and Is counted on
■ as a certainty In the box for Blair. '
Gun Club Shoot at Spokane.
SPOKANE. Jan. 19—The Spokane
Rod and Gun club has accented the
offer of the Interstate Sportsmen's as
sociation to hold the Pacific coast
handicap championship shoot In this
city September 10, 11 and 12.
Attell Knocks Out Baker.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 19.—Abe Attell
knocked out Harry Baker of San Fran
cisco In the eighth round before the
Pacific Athletic club here last night,
retaining the featherweight champion
ship.
EXTEND CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS
Or. F. E.
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Clark Goes to South Amsrioa
Interest C. E. Society.
NEW YORK. Jan. 99.—Dr. Francis
E. Clark, founder and president of the
Christian Endeavor society, sails today
for Jamaica, en route to South Am
erica.
Dr. Clark plans to spend tne next six
months in the southern continent,
which is practically the only part of
the civilized world In which the Chris
tian Endeavor society has not already
secured a strong foothold. He will
traverse the length of the continent
from the Isthmus almost to Cape Horn,
visiting all the principal cities of the
several republics.
In JTalparalso, Buenos Ayres, Rio |
Janeiro and several of the other metro- !
polltan renters plans have already J
been perfected for holding great pa- I
tlonal conventions of i-npng people at
the time of Dr. Clark's visit.
Century Printing Co., printing that
pleases. Phone Black 601.
In the probate court. In and for Nei
Perce county, state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Jacol,
Wurman, deceased.
Notice of time appointed for proving
will. etc.
Pursuant to an order of said pro
bate court, made on the 4th day of
January, 1907, notice is hereby given
that Friday^ the 18th day of January,
at 10 a m., of said day. at the court
room of said court, at the court house
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In the city of Lewiston, county of Ne*
Perce, Idaho, has been appointed as
the tim« ind place for proving the will
of said Jacob Wurman, deceased, and
for hearing the application of W.
O. Boyd for the issuance to him of let
ters testamentary when and where
any person interested may appear and
contest the same.
Dated January 4, 1907.
T. O. HANLON, Clerk.
Lewiston Society of the Methodist
Episcopal Church.
NOTICE.
Nellce is hereby given that on the
20th day of January, 1007, at 12 o'clock
noon immediately follosving the morn
ing service a meeting of the Lewiston
Society of the Methodist Church will
be held at the church of the above
named Lewiston Society of the Metho
dist Episcopal church corner ot "E"
and Eleventh streets Lewiston, Idaho, i
which meeting is hereby noticed and
i called for the transaction of the fol
lowing business, to-wit: It is intended
; to vote and a vote will be taken of
i the members of the said Lewiston Se
Iclety of the Methodist Episcopal
I Church to direct the trustees of said
! society or corporatl#n to sell and con
vey all of the following described piece
of land, situate In Nez Perce county,
Idaho, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point on the south
side of "E" street In the city of Lewis
ton, said county and state, two hundred
(20fi) feet easterly from the Intersec
tion of the east line of a certain let
In said city designated as the school
lot with the south line of said "E"
street, according to the official plat
of said city approved June 22, 1875,
and recorded In the office of the county
recorder of Haid county on the 1st day
of July, A. D. 1879; and running thence
on a line parallel with said east line
of said school lot southerly one hun
dred (100) feet on the west line of
what Is known as Chambers street;
thence westerly on a line parallel with
said south line of "E" street one hun
dred fifty (150) reet to the east boun
dary line of the Presbyterian church
lot; thence northerly on a line parallel
with the said east line of said school
lot. one hundred (100) feet to the south
j line of said "E" street; thence easterly
i on the south line of said "E" street
one hundred fifty (156) feet to the
! place of beginning, being a part of lot
j five (5) of Acres.
And a vote will also be taken as to
i whether the said property shall be sold
j to Elizabeth F. Booth for the sum of
i Eighteen Thousand ($18,000) Dollars.
I All members of the said Lewiston
f Socle ty of the Methodist Episcopal
! Church are requested to be present at
j aud panlclp ^® ,£ n eUST^r!'P astor.
J. H. BENTON,'
J. M. PEARCE.
P. H. QUILLIAM,
i L. B. HOWARD,
| EDSON D. BRIGGS.
I JOHN H. SCHILDTS.
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C. W ROBNETT,
JACOB SHARRAH.
As trustees of the Lewiston Society of
the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Signed, Lewiston, Idaho, January 3d,
1907.
R. N. WRIGHT. Secretary.
♦ LADIES' TAILORING. -
♦ Evening coatumes and ladies' *
♦ tailoring a specialty. *
» MME. ELKINS 8HALA, *
♦ Mediate. *
♦ Over Ellers' Piano Houaa,
■» Lewiston, Idaho. «
t®®®®®®®®®®®®®®*
® IDAHO TRANSPORTATION ®
® COMPANY. ®
® Stages from Stttes to Grange- ®
® ville and Cottonwood.
@ First-class service. ©
® Good stock, experienced drlv- @
© ers. ®
H. C. JACKSON, Manager. ®
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Between Stites and Elk City, (
Leaves ,
dally except Mondays,
yjf
Stites 6 a. m.
® NATE PETTIBONE, Prop. Ä
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California
Wine House
and
Wholesale and retail win mi, liquor«
cigar«. The place to get your
wines and liqurm for family or me
dicinal use. A rent« for Val Blat*
Milwaukee beer. All goods delivered
to any part of tl > city or Cfiarkaton.
No. 428 bast Main St.
'Phone Main 31.
We give H. A H. Green Stamp«.
CAN'T
REALLY
WASH
at home—don't have
don't have room
time,
a U «11/Ci
LeCLAIR LAINDRY
OREGON
Shoreline
FAST MAIL —For Pomeroy,
«re Union Pacific
ONLY LINE LAST VIA
SALT LAKE and DENVER
TWO TRAINS DAILY
TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WAMi
Waltsburg, Dayton, Walla
Walla, Pendleton, Baker
City and points Bast,
parts dally ..............12:56 p.m.
FAST MAIL — From all
points East, Baker City,
Pendleton, Walla Walla
Dayton, Waltsburg, Pom
eroy, arrives dally....... 3:21p.m.
EXPRE3S for Portland, Ban
Franoisec, Baker City and
all points East, departs... 8:50p.m.
EXPRESS from all points
East, Baker CUy, Ban
Francisco, Portland, ar
rives daily ..............5:10 a.m.
Boat Service on 8naka River.
Steamers leave Lewiston 7 a. m.
dally, except Friday; leave Rip aria
6:40 a. m., except Saturday.
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DINING AND PULLMAN «JTANO
ARD AND TOURIST 8Lb^PERE
ON *' t MAIN LINE PAS8EM
*3ER TRAINS. STANDARD
SLEEPERS ON N08. 11
AND 12, PALOU8E BRANCH
Passenger Schedule for Lewietoni
No. 8—Spokane and P&louae,
arrives ............ 8:20 P.
No. 11—Spokane and Palcuae,
arrives............7:10 a. m.
Nu. 17—From Stites and Clear
water pointa .........
....................10:46 a. na.
No. 21—From Culdesac, ar
rives..0:00 p. m. (Ex. Sunday)
No. 10—Palouae and Spokane.
departs ............8:18 a. aw
No. 12—Patouse and Spokane,
departs...........11:00 p. Bn.'
No. 18— Foi Stites and Clear
water points ......... '
.......1:46 p. *a. (Ex. Sunday^
No. 12—For Culdesac ........
............2:06 (Ex. Sunday!
TWO TRAINS A DAY TO KANSAR
CJITY. VIA. THE NORTHERN PA -
Ji'FIC, BILLINGS AND THR BUR
LINGTON. Train No. 4 leaves Spo
kane at 10:35 p. m. dally, equlppeA
g lth through chair car, standard Pull
man and Tourist Sleeper«. autour
Qrat-class. Dlnteg car Bervioe. ClooB
connections made at St. Joseph for EM
Lout« For further information, oiM
m or phone
W. J. JORDAN, Agent«
Liw l Rwk
v D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A*
Portland OreetA
nul
TNE CO MF ORTABLE WAV.
TU
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,
DULUTH. CHICAGO AMD
ALL POINTS HAST.
DAILY
THE FLYER
AND
FAST MAIL
AT SPOKANE
Train Service.
THROUGH CARS
Making Praotioally Through
CLOSE CONNECTION
PALACE SLEEPING CAB»
TOURIST SLEEPERS
DINING CARS, a la carta
OBSERVATION CARS
For rates and full Informa
tion, or a call from our Trav
*Un* Agent, write
E. 8. BLAIR, General Agent,
8poxan«. *Yaah^
or
8. G. YERKÉS, A. G. 9 A,
Seattle, Wash.
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