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HEADQUARTERS FO TOURISTS
RED BLUFP, CALIFORNIA.
Flint CI11H8 in Kvory Particular.
I'vcrvtliliiK entirely new throughout
thu building. Hetu!iUitrturri for
Commercial Men. CoiiiiihhIIoum
S. E. MURPHY, Proprietor
Itcht furnished hoiiBU in Southern Oregon
New Depot Hotel
A. II. PUAC1IT, Proprietor.
All Trains stop 30 Minutes
1'. (). Hot Ml
The Grand Pacific Hotel
CIIAH. A.KU1IIIA0K, Proprietor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class in Every Particular.
Corner Railroad St. and lllgglns Ave.
Strictly Pint CImi. New and Moat Klegantly
Furnlihed ApartmcuUlD IbcCity. blngl or
Strain Heat. bares Wall Cloaets, Private and
Public Baths Katea by the Oar. Week or
Month. One Mock. South of t'otloffice.
A. M. Cadlcn, Propr. V, II. Curtiu, Mf r.
Telephone Main 9J
III; First Ae. cor. B.neca 6KATTMJ, WASH.
Voder Same Management
W. D. THORNTON, Manager.
European Plan, $1.50 Per Day Up
Toe bet appointed hotel In the Northwest.
Thoroughly equipped with all the modern con
venience. Two-tnlrdsof the rooma connected
with private hath. Two hatha on each floor for
unool Kueats without charge. All room well
lighted and ventilated. PolUhed hardwood
floors with rug throughout. Finest cafo and
sen lie In the city, at moderate prlcea. huro
ian plan, IJ per day and up. No charge
(or .ample rooma.
J. W. WILSON, Proprietor.
When in Spokane, go to
First Class in Every Respect. The
Finest Service that can be had.
0. A. PKItltlHS
A mot perfectly npolntcd and well kept ho
lull oIlorliiR every comlort ntul attrnitlon to
tlio truvclliiK public. l'.uroi'Cnn ur American.
The Alturas House
Well furnished and HerjthlnK New
Dctli jo Cents and Up. lud. Phone j;
511 Main St. Boise, Idaho
lluk'H t2.no Per Day ami Up.
THE 6EISER GRAND
A. QKISKK, Proprietor.
Commercial, Family and
1IAKKK CITY, OREGON
II. L aiANEY, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
The Victoria Hotel
First-Class in All Its Depart
ments. Headquarters for
Tourists and Commercial
When in Spokane Don't Fail
to Stop at the Victoria
lul State hi
LIQUORS AND CIQARS
Phone, JUIn SUM
"THE LITTLE WONDER"
The Best Hydraulic Beer
Pump and Air Compressor
BILDERBACK & CRANE
Agents for Bishop & Bafccocfc Cos celt
rated beer drawing apparatus. Physicians
air compressors, etc write for catalogue
x SEATTLE WASH :
Itallroad Ac. foot of Conn St. Phono Main 973
Manufacturer of Steamboat, Mill and Mining
Machinery. Agent-MleU 4 WeUa
Tit tut) and Columma 'Phonic Main 13
BONNY & WATSON CO
( (lUCCKOflOns TO )
BONNY & STEWART
ruNniiAt, iiinrc-ron.i ami r.MtiAi.MKii.i
Ijidy Aaalttant Al Cittf Wacli
way in Attendance. OtaiUC, YYdbil.
Quaker Drug Co.
Sell Drugs and Potent Medicines nt
Cut Rates, and Prepay Freight
Charges to Points within one hun
dred miles of Seattle.
Drcwcrs and Bottlers of
SKATTLK, U. S. A.
on HOUSEHOLD GOODS to all
Eastern Cities. Saving of 25 to 50
per cent. We trnnsfer Freight,
Passengers and Hnggagc. Pool
shipments given prompt and careful
attention. We invite correspond
Tne Seattle Transfer Co.
SKATTLK, U. S. A.
Messeuvcrs on All Trains
John Davis & Co.
709 Second Avenue
Insurance Loans Rentals
LoewenbergX Going Co.
iUnrtfacturcra of and dealer In
Handled by all
Royal Steel Ranges Are tho Best and
Cheapest In the Market.
220 to 235 Titylor Street,
188 to 11M Second Street,
U The Only
Railway beiweea the
The Chicago-Portland Special, the
.most luxurious train in the world.
Drawing-room vleeplng cars, dining
car, buffet smoking and library car
(barber and bath). Less than three
days Portland to Chicago,
to Chicago are operated daily via the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company. Oregon Short Line Kail
road, Union Pacific Railroad and
Chicago & North-Western Railway
to Chicago from Portland and points
Dally and personally conducted ex
iunloni In Pullman tourlit sleealnir
.ara flora Portland, LoaAngelet and
San Francisco, through to Chicago
R.R. RITCHIE. A. C. BARKER.
Chicago k North-Western Ry.
AGJ5. POHT1.AND, OBEGCKN.
WEDS TO 8 AVE HER FARM.
Had to Got at llaaband or Leave Oil
Howard Allen, of Stntcn, 1ml., 1
traveling salesman for -it sewing tun
chlno company, rind Mrs. Amntula
Iiurllngham, of Prehlo, n vlllngo nbout
ten miles north of Cortland, wero mar
ried under romantic circumstances,
says the Dlnghamton (N. Y.) corre
spondent of tho Now York Herald.
The two had not known each other
more than half an hour when the cere
mony was performed by a Justice of
the peace of Treble.
Mrs. Uurllngham was a widow of CO
with two children, a son and n daugh
ter. 8he owns a large farm at Preble
and this year has found considerable
difficulty In procuring competent help
to assist her in the farm work.
Several weeks ago E. J. Bowdlsh, of
Cortland, a sewing machine salesman,
was In Preble on a tour of collection
and stopped at the home of Mrs. Uur
llngham, who complnlned of the scarc
ity of farm help and sold the only
way she could see out of her difficulty
was to get mnrrlctl.
Mr. liowdlsh sympathized with tho
widow and Jokingly remarked tlint he
would have to find a man for her. Mrs.
llui'llngliam replied that she would be
very glad If ho would find her a re
spectable husband, and tho conversa
tion was closed.
Mr. liowdlsh had thought nothing
more of tho matter until Thursday aft
ernoon, when he and Mr, Allen and
several other sewing machine salesmen
were gathered In the Cortlalid offices
of the sewing machine company for n
conference. In the afternoon mail de
livery camp a letter for Mr. liowdlsh
from Mrs. Burllngham. In It the wid
ow, reminded the agent of his promise
to find her a husband and asked him
what progress he had made In the mat
ter. She said that the farm crops were
suffering badly because of lack of help,
and she was very anxious to And a hus
band capable of carrying on the farm
work, otherwise sho would bo obliged
to sell out. As sho had lived on the
farm twenty-seven years she did not
want to leave and lire with new sur
roundings. While the other agents Joked Mr.
Allen took the matter seriously and
said that he thought it was a chance
for which ho had been looking.
At first his fellow agents thought he
was Joking, but as ho was evidently In
earnest they began to take the matter
seriously. He said that ho was tired
of wandering about the country with
out a settled home, and for three or
four years he bad been looking for
some good place to locate.
Mr. liowdlsh volunteered to take
Allen to Preble on Bunday.
Mrs. Uurllngham welcomed tho par
ty enthusiastically and wasted no time
In getting to tho point. She intrtle Mr.
Allen give her the history of his past
life, and In doing so learned that ho
was a widower of -17, with a daughter
living In Chicago. Mr. Allen assured
her that he had worked on a farm and
was usod to farm work, farm machin
ery, tools, etc.
Mrs, Uurllngham was soon satlstled
that Mr. Alton was the man for whom
iho had been waiting and proposed that
thoy be married at once. Justice of the
Peace Dalley was aroused from his
slumbers and with Miss Nettle Ilur
llnghnm, the daughter of tho bride, as
bridesmaid, and Mr. liowdlsh as best
man, the ceremony was performed.
SOMETHING ABOUT TUTUILA.
Hotitli Heu Colour " an Iilcul llnrboi
Far In tho south ieas lies Tutull.i.
Four thousand miles to tho southwuit
of the golden gato of California, "the
socoud placo to tho left as you leut'e
San Frunclsco," to borrow Stevei'ipou's
droll definition, Honolulu lying mid
way there you will find the gnsm
Ulatids of Bsinoa, says Duv d Starr
Jordan In tho Atlantic. Volcanoes
make the mountains and gorges and
solid land of these Islands; 200 Incite
of rain a year and an ardent tropic
Min make Its wonderful forest and
bush and graceful palms; tho "coral
Insect" makes Its white shoreline and
cruel reefs, while copra makes Its en
during smell, and Its shifting civiliza
tion. And about It all Is the abldliu
presence of the ocean. From every
vantage point one sees the blue water
meet the blue sky; ever In one's earn
Is the low growl of the repulsed wa
tors breaking on the gusrd'ng reef; In
every direction Is It ocean-wide away
to the world!
Tutulla Is primarily a huge volcanic
crater, which has built up the Island
with the lava It has ejected. Thin
crater of Pago-Pago Is fringed about
with steep walls from 1,000 to 2.C00
feet high, almost vertical on the Inner
edge after the fashion of craters, slop.
Ing away on tho outside as the lata
flows, two points In Its rlin, tho iiiotin
tains of Mntafno and Peon much hlt;h
er than tho rest, and with 11 break
half a mile wide on the south, letting
in the sea, The harbor of Pago Pngo
thus formed within tho crater of Peoa,
Is nearly two miles deep ami a mil?
wide. This size Is, however, mil li
reduced by the barrier reef which oc
cupies half tho strait at the entrant e,
and which forms an unbroken rim
about the shore, within. Hut with all
this there Is room enough, not for all
the navies of the world, hut for all ttu
ships ever likely to put In to .Samoa.
The winding entrance shuts out all
surf from tho south and the great
walls on every other side make the
harbor securely landlocked, whatever
the hurricane without. It Is, In brief,
tho one good harbor In all tho South
seas, and for that reason It Is of high
valuo to a great nation with expul
sive commercial aspirations. In any
case It is now ours and Is likely to
remain so, a mere dock and coaling
station In the eyes of our American
administrators, but to Its people the
colony of Tutulla, of the United Statei
of America, a position In their eyes
far nobler than to be an Independent
About 35,000 tons of tin scrap arc
treated electrolytlcally every year la
Germany, yielding 2 to 2.5 per cent
(about 800 tons) merchantable Uu.
Matches that are made In heaven
bare nothing to do with tho mUflt al
liances between poverty-stricken for
eigners and silly American betoMsw.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
It. K. Mltncr, proprietor. 241 Aider street,
between 2nd and 3rd. l'hono Main 28.VJ. l'rt
A. V. (Uiittch. Clin. Clemen.
N. i:. Corner $ecnth and Ollunn Street.
Newly Furnl'hul Itoom. Btintn Heated. Hot
and Cold Water throughout. Klrnl ela liar
Itoom In connection.
TJNITE1) 8TA1CS I.AUNHUY
W. II. Ilazrard, Manager.
work n specialty. Corner Grand acnttr and
mat Salmon street. A request by
phone haat ul Is all that Is necessary.
ROSS' NEW GROCERY
I05M N. Sixth Street
Everything: Fresh and New
Phone Main 1436
CAIN & McKUNE
ALL KINDS OF CORDWOOD & COAL
Your orders aro respectfully colli lied, which
will be lllkd ntlowtst tnn-kut price, If not
satlstled iieao report alotllci1. Orders for wood
saw will lmvu prompt attention. Phone Main
47.1. !'." N, Sixth Hind, Portland, Oregon,
L. S. WHITE
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
Phone L'at 339
363 Russell St. PORTLAND
J. P. ANDREWS
Rome Made Jellies and Pics
Vegetables, Htc, Htc.
For Fino (Iroccrle Call at
WILLIAMS A SON
Staplm and Fanoy Oroomrlam
of All Klndu
Fhmitm Unln 1471 B4 Vmkn An.
Dri'HH, Tuckteu itml lliiHincsH
All Work (iuiiMUteed.
lit Washington Street.
Romeda Certified Milk Co.
Romeda Certified Milk & Cream
Phone Mnln MKU
UM, Morrison HI. POIITLAND, OltKdON
THE MIKADO TEA CO.
Teas, Coffers, Baking Powder, Spices
and Flavoring Exlncts
Phone Main 4788
271 Fifth St. PORTLAND
Always Ask for
Sold by All Dealers
No, 248 Burnslde Street,
Hot. Becond and Third,
The HcHt of WiueH, Liquors and Cigan
Pratt eri and bottlers of
East Third and Burnslde Sts., Port
CIIAS. MIIXUK, Crop,
Dealer In All Kind of
Fresh, Salted and Cured Meats
Fish, Poultry and Oame
free Delivery to All Part of the City
Phone, Kait W
342 Union Ave. PORTLAND, OR.
Enterprise Brewing Co.
Of San I'ranclico, Cal,
BREWERS AND BOTrLERS
II K.N It V MKISTKIt, Gen. AKt. for Portlan
Extra Palo lfofbrau Ilohemlan and Kxport
beer, bed teal 1'orter. free Delivery In all
Parts of the City, beer Depot and Cold Storage
t Portland, Oregon, 13th and Johnton HU.
PHONE MAIN 19221
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MJCKMAN A CAItllAOHAIl, Proprietors.
First Class In etcrv rtspect. Oysters a specialty
1019 Kccotid Btreot,
THOS. COItDI, rroprlelor.
Knttrcly New and Modern
Centrally Located, Two blocks from 8. I. depot
W. P. HAYES, Manaokr.
Ktirop an p'nn, $1
per day unit up.
A m ur I can plan.
U.oO per day unit
up. Huh tun riuit
nml wife nt reason
St. Paul, Minnesota
Salt Lake City's
Salt Lake City
100 Daylight Rooms $1 to $3 Per Day
Private Baths Single and in Suites
REMODELED AND REFURNISHED
First and btcvens Sts.
I. O. JOIIXhON, Proprietor.
American and European
Corner Main and Fourth Btrcctri,
LOS ANliKLlW, CAL
ST, CHARLES HOTEL
IOHN GIBLIN, Prop.
First-Class Arioiniiiodatloii and Prompt aerr
Phone 7. Ccr. First and Washington Sts.
The Leading Hostelry
in the State of Washington.
the Traveling: Public
Special Sample Rooms with Arc light.
50 NEW BATH-ROOM SUITES
Elegant Public and
Private Dining Rooms.
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This iiiiitfiiilltTiit totiriHt hotel Ih r-'euttlo'H inont prominent architectural
featuro helng Hituutod upon tho highest jwiint of laml in the douu-towu district
IlOfl feet uU)o t-eit hiel. It in, however, chhv n( aivws hy private tramway by
rct;ulur hotel conveyance, hv street cur or by curriat!0. Tho tconory fromThe
WushIiijtoii is thu mont superb to bo found on tho Pacific eeast. The appoint
inentHiiiid fiirnlHhlfiKHof Thu Washington nru entirely modern und hiuh-olsH-
tho ciilslnu and servito a id most tutisfactory,
able lorn fashionable Tourist Hotel,
. , , f ,0.," B",8tVl,1 u "- to UlBt of six acres ol beautiful grounds,
which with tho broad driveways, green lawns, und u profusion of rosea and cri
nations, make thu location an ideal ono. Tho scenery from Tho Washinuton and
irrouuds is unsurnassed in tho West no other noint In pimi ii.. ... r"r
nillrent view as can bo had from this hotel. President Roosevelt was charrna.1
with tho scenu that met tho eyo, from the verandas and grounds of the hotel, and
so expressed himself. ThoUKim a of others, in publio und private life, have eow
ami gone since the oiKming of this grand hostlory. who huvo added their trthatH
to tho many expressions of pbtasuro und satisfaction dorlved f rom a itlimUa nt id
Puget Found country from this vantage ground, including aa it does si ldsiiTf '
niountalus, lakes, Souud, hurbor and all Seattle, Write for illustrated bookWt
T. J. PEDICORD, Prop.
Heated by Steam. Hot
and Cold Baths. Electric
Calls and Electric Lights
in every Room. J J
Rooms 50c, 75c and $1.00 Per Day.
Meals, 25 Cents.
Free Bus and Free Sample Kooms.
209-J3 Riverside Ave.. SPOKANE
SEATTLE, U. S. A.
E. P. GAFFNEY, Manager
One of the
Best Hotels in thfc
, Lnrge Sample Rooms for Com
W. .' IILACKWKLL, Prop.
One of the best hotels
on the Pacific Coast.
American Plan $3.00
per Day and Upwards
$3.00 PER DAY
BAIR & SIMPSCNj Promm.
N. 12 th ana Marshall Sim
$1.00 a Day and Up.
UaL-s on Application
Special Rates by the wcek or Month.
Phone Main J4C9
Iho rates aro exceedingly reason'
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