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TnE NEW AGE, PORTLAND, OREGON
: TACOMA :
rplllt i'ACIFIU MQUOIt AND WINK 1IOU8K.
N. tlKUTEIt, rroprletor.
The beit of Wine, Urnmrs mid ClRor.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. lied 1731.
IKK! rrMe Ave.
lVi romtn'rro Ht. Tacom. Washington
OhTV'B 11IIUST H1UHK
I'crlln IIuIMIiir. I IS south 11th 8t.
Telephone, Alain 191.
V. 1. MOONKY. I'roprletor
Telephone James 2121
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Rooms In Connection
HUBdEM, OHMHIIY TOM HIIANK
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Bttt of Case Goods Always on Hand
I IS Hii. 12tll Ht TACOMA. WAHII
Fine Imported Teas and Coffees
Private Car Supplies
Telephones Main 28 and 50
020 C Street TACOMA, WASH.
313 So. 11th Street
Fresh Butter, Eggs, Cream,
Milk and Buttermilk
All KlniUo! Ire ('ream ami Ires. Alio tho
OrlKliml llliliiinn Itrt'Hil.
Private Cars and Special Orders Given
Phone John 2271
Puget Sound Electric Railway
Leavo Taroma 11:00, 7:10, 8:10, 0:15
(Ltd., no stops) 10:10. II :10 am, 12:10,
IslO.'-'slO, 3:10, -I :ir (Ltd., no stops),
6:10, 11:10, 7:10, 8:10. 0:10, 11 :I5 i m.
Urvo Seattle U:iM, H:(X), 0:00 (Ltd.,
no stops), 10:00, 11 :00 u m, 12 in, 1 :00,
2:00, 11:00, 4:00 (Ltd., no stops). 6:00,
0:00, 7)00, 8:00, 0:00, 10:00, 11:15 p in.
LoavoPuyallup 5 :S0, 7:00,8:00, 0:00,
11 :00 a in, 1 :00, 2:00, II :00, -1 :00, 6:(X),
(1:16, 7:16,8:16, 0:16 pm.
Ioavol'th and Commerce Sis.- 6:10,
7:00,8:00, 10:00, 12:00 n in, 1:00, 2:00,
8:00,4:00, 6:00, 0:1b, 7:16, 8:15, 11:16
(6:110 a in omitted Sundays)
Tacoma Trunk Factory
A good Trunk la always a good
bargain. You can't Judgo from
moro appearances. Wo soil
Trunks that not only look well
hut wear well, Suit Canes and
Hugs of all sUcs, styles ami prices
Hupulrlugdono. Phono Hod 2772
031 0 Street
HK.NHY LONGSTHKTH, Pros.
'll lE'JUJ I Ml
Tacoma Land and Improvement Co.
I.. U. MANNINO, !!.
U. R. MAININIINQ & CO., Inc.
ftcal Bstate Loans and Investments. City and Farm Property. Timber and
Coal Lands. First-Class Mortgages and Investment Securities.
Makes ad.llghtlul br.aktast dlihi with (rult added, a
lovvlj dvsvrt. Kmjutrvs little tlius to cook. A light ex
)euie lor luel. Is guaranteed absolutely ure aud costs
leu Ihau any other cereal Bold by all grocers, itve
pouud package, 2A cents.
THE PU8ET SOUND FLOURING HILLS CO., TACOMA, WASH.
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; TACOMA X
MARTIN ANGEL, Prop.
House of Fine Liquors
Phone Main 446.
Cor. Eleventh and Pacific Avenue
the Mcdonald cigar co.
Hells the Highest (Jraitca of
Manufactured liy tho best (actorld of New
York ami 'lampa. Also a, complete lino of
Imported Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tel. Main 765.
956 Pacific Avenue
Telephono Main 1CI
HSTAllLISIIRl) nEFOKD TMB WAR
Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
1.VB Jclloriun Avonuo, Comor 1'acino
I'honu Main 711 I'avIiik I'lnnt, ISth and Dock
The Barber Asphalt Paving Go.
For Roofing, Street Paving and Reser
Street Paving, Driveways, Floors and
203-4-5 Providence Bldg.
Menzies & Stevens
Latest Styles In
HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND
913 Pacific Avenue
Provident Bldg. TACOMA, WASH.
Kentucky Liquor Co.
Incorporated. I'hone Main 111.
W1IOI.KHAI.K DKAI.KHS IN
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
1130 Pacific Avenue
1131 Commerce Street
J, 11. TKUNKs, Pre, and Mgr.
Tacoma Carriage and Baggage
OFFICE Jul TENTH ST.
CirrliftJ and lifgi.s Wagons it ill Hours
Privati abulinci Ptrfict li
FIRST CLASS LIVERY
Hand your Checks (or luggage to our Mes
sengers, who will meet you on all Incoming
JOHN It. ARKLKY, Sec. and Treas.
A. T. HOHMUR, Sso'y.
BJJJPT pr .BBaSF
sWsTT ' lalP
) IB1U LHV
! RAM'S HORN BLA8T8.
Warnlnsr Note Calling the Wicked
fr PPKTITE Is often
A mlatfilrnn tn nanl.
I j.tiu aau, opiilb
li not selecting
lug to their style.
appear trifling Ho
u man until ho
has Bomo treasure
A woman with a new hat never gets
settled beforo tho sermon.
Tho man who syndicates his sorrows
always tries to comer his bliss.
Restoring the credit Is a much sim
pler matter than rebuilding tho charac
ter. Tho man who Is all sounding brass
thinks that ho strikes tho kcynoto for
The sermon will not furnish food for
faith if you use It only to fltid flaws lu
Many men are anxious to get on tho
payroll of life who have no Interest In
When a mail Is sad on his own ac
count It can bo usually laid either to
elllshuess or to sin.
People who aro doing God's work
have no time to worry over the way
they look while doing It.
Tho man who has faith In some folly
Is always nioro persuasive than he who
simply preaches by rote.
A good many of us will carry scars
to our graves, earned by trying to
ninko things hot for others.
It Is safo to keep away from tho
amusement that acts as an Invitation
to tho devil to come ami tempt us.
One of the most 'certain signs of
backsliding Is when you begin to' con
rratulnto yourself on your broadmlud
vdiicss. FUTURE FORETOLD BY MIRROR.
lU-llo of Urluntitl AI)-Nlloa Otturd In
Wnililuartou SHU llulnir Uualuvaa.
There Is a iiiukIu mirror uoro which
Is htiiiiohed to have come from the
teii.no of Aloera, lu the Himalayan
MouMalus, where u monastery of as
cetic monks devoted their time to tho
development of psychic powers, Hays
the Washington corresiiondent of thu
Ne- York World. It Is ohloui;, a foot
and a halt Ioiik and a foot wide. It
litis a black wooden franm three Inches
wide Inclosing a highly iollshed kIiiks
(K-TiWUy black, due to tho buck being
painted with asphaltum.
Tho minor wiih owned by Dr. Ixiroy
l'aylcr, a stutleut of the occult, who
ot it from a woman who had passed
much of her life In foreign travel. Just
before his death he gave tho mirror
to Mrs. Gordon, who lives n 10th street
between M and N streets. From her
the psychological societies have been
trying to purchase the glass, offering
lurge sums for It
A person who wishes lo consult tho
mlt'roi goes Into n room by himself and
holds the mirror In his lap at an augla
tvhlcli meets the eye without causing
t reflection on tho polished surface. It
Is inserted that If tho uter itossesMos
ny psychic power thcro will opjear on
tho ulnus a fllmy white cloud, which
will pass across and disappear luthe
frame, while out of tho mist will' up.
Dear faces and scenes of happenings
to come. i
TUero are many persons who declare
tlioy havo seen visions In the mirror
propnecles which havo co'me true. Tho
late Judgo Caswell of California, while
visiting lu tho homo of Dr. Taylor
looked In tho mirror and aw tho faco
of u near relatlvo then living lu Pitts,
burg. Ho wus struck by the peculiar
way In which tho hair was combed
back off tho forehead. Two weeks
later Judgo Caswell was at the funeral
of this relatlvo and the hair was
combed bock In exactly that manner.
Mis. Gordon, on looking In tho uilr
ror teceiitly, saw tho plcturo of a house
on u lawn, near n river, on lire. Tho
next day n telegram was t revived say.
lug that tho homo of Dr. Taylor's sou
on tho Potomoc River hail been burned
tho day before. Dr. Taylor's grand
ehlluren saw tho faco of their dead
grandmother lu the mirror.
Emuy to lit Finish.
A Philadelphia politician was talking
about tho late Samuel ll. Ashbrldge,
former Mayor of tho city,
"I worked under Mr. Ashbrldge for
threo years," ho said, "and found hint
a good master. Hut one thing he al
ways Insisted on. That was Implicit
obedleuco to orders. If ho told you to
do a thing, that, and nothing else, was
what you were to do. He didn't Ilka
to havo n subordinate try to Improve on
"I oueo tried to Improve on an order
of Mr. Ashbrldgo's. Au errand I had
been sent on I did better, as 1 thought,
than I had been told to do It. Hut
when I came back, the Mayor smiled
and told mo u story.
"Ho said that there wa9 u young man
In lovo with a rich and beautiful girl.
Tho girl Informed him oue afternoon
that tho next day would be her birth
day. Ho said ho was glad to hear It,
He said bo would send her tho next
morning a bouquet ot roses, one rose for
"So that night ho wrote ft note to hla
norlst, ordering tho Immediate delivery
of 20 roses to the young lady. Hut the
florist, reading this order, thought he
would please the young man by Improv
ing on It, and so he said to his clerk :
" 'Here la au order from young Smith
for SO roses; 8mlth la one of my best
customers. Throw la 10 more for good
: i MNftsTniu
NK OK THK DK8T BALOONS IN LIVING
Fine brands of all kinds of liquors.
Wholesale dealer In Jos. Bchllls Brewing Co'f
Milwaukee Lager Beer.
UNION MEAT MARKET.
A. O.HASBLER, Prop.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Game and Fish In Season.
Livingston, - - - - Montana.
F- B. TOLHURST
for the Tourist
GEO. W. HUSTED
Patent Medicines, CI
gars, Toilet Articles,
Flnost Soda Fountain
on the N. P. Railway.
Opposite the Depot
Browed from tho famous Gallatin
Valley Hurley und choicest Hope.
PARK BOTTLING WORKS Agents
At uvmasTOH, monr.
Peerless Steam Laundry
JBN.Sl.N03 A VICARS, 1'roprlstors.
Work Done on Short Notice.
GcnU' Fine Work a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
112 Cast Park Str.el
Telephone 50-A LIVINGSTON, MONT.
This card entitles you to a trip through the
National I'ark, prorldlug )ou yauoulie
And can make satlifsctory arrangement with
the transportation companies.
The only first-class place of the kind in
Livingston. Bottle Goods a specialty
FRANK BUSS, Proprietor
117 W. Park St LIVINGSTON, Mont
Fancy Groceries, Hakery Goods,
Fres Fruits and Vetietablcs,, Sup
plies for Dining Cars a Specialty.
103-105 South Main St
: GRAND FORKS N. D.
Elliott's Steam Laundry
GRAND rORKS, N. D.
One of the Largest and Best EquId-
ped Laundries in the State. Railroad
and Traveling Men's Work Dose on
Short Notice. Give Us a Trial No Saw
Edge on Collars and Cuff.
W. J. ELLIOTT, Prop.
No. 02-604 DeMere Ave.
Crad Fork, N. D.
GREEN AND DRIED
DbtriWUn ! N. B. Gfan
DfjMfjn Am ai Pitt St
ii FARnn n n :
MARSH, Sfe BALL
Livery Sale and Boarding
Heavy Draft and Flno Driving Horses
for Sale. Hearses, Hacks and
Carriages Opp. Postofflce.
Telephono Call 137. FARQO, N. D.
Satnnlo Trunks and Cases mado to or
der. Repairing dono promptly. Old
Trunks Taken lu Exchange Day your
trunks where thoy'iuako them and savo
614 Front Street.
FARGO, N. D.
t. e. yerxa
FARQO, N. D.
Staples Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Cigars.
Opposite N. P. Depot
Luger Furniture Co.
TARGO, N. O.
Undertakers and Embalmcrs
In the City
LUGER PIANO CO.
- On Easy Term
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
And All Late Records
C B. QRBEIN
Frcuh und Salt Meats.
Poultry, fbh and Oysters In Season
105 Broadway Telephono 51
Pargo North Dakota
Agents for Dunlap
Silk and Derby Hats
Waiters' A ooarel. Gents' Furnish
ings. Hats. Caps. Valises, Etc.1
26-28 Broadway .
PARGO NORTH DAKOTA'
Brunch Banks at Butte, Anaconda und Qardlnsr
Trunsoct a Gunural Dunking UuislnossM
Pay interest on Savings Accounts aud Time Certificates of Deposit. Wo
start Savings Accounts with a deposit of ono dollar or more.
MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO.
THIS modttn establishment with its immense and varied
stocks merits the patronage ol all. Whether it be
something to wear, to eat, to furnish your house, or any
thing else, you can get it here.
We want every reader of The New Age within our
territory to join the mighty ranks of pleased and prosper
ous customers already dealing with us.
REMEMBER OUR MOTTO-"We Sell Everything
and Everything the Very Best."
CAN I DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK
Key City Laundry
W. II. AUXKIt, I'ronriJtor.
Goods Called for and Delivered
Fine Work Quick Service
TELEPHONE No. 21
631 N. P. Avenue
FARGO, N. D
HANS PETERSON, Pcop.
Macaroni, Home Made and Rye
Bread. All Kinds of Pastry
Bakery Telephono 047
F.ARGO NORTH DAKOTA
Leading grocery and mar
ket. We servo tho traveling
public at reasonahlo prices.
114 and 110 West Superior
YALE LAUNDRY CO.
30-32 East first Street
Broadway Laundry Co.
911-913 Ogdcn Avenue
Phone 4215 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN
C. W. CURTIS, Prop.
Work Turned Out on Short Ordor
i'none 107 VSl uth Bt.
108 -M St., llealr Mock Telephone 0ll
DEPOT DRUG STORE
J. K. CAVK, I'roprlotor.
A EULL LINE Or DRUGS AND CIGARS
I'HEUCIlIITJO.Nd A HIT.CIAt.TY
ALLEN TRANSFER CO.
ALUEHM ALLEN, Preprlttor.
Cabs, Bus, Drays, IlagKAKO Wugons.
Wo move safes, pianos, organs, offlco
1 rnlturo, etc. General trnuafor busi
noes aud furniture vans.
HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS
Telephone No. 22,
Ollke, 412 Twen-
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