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THE HTEW AGE, POBTLAND, OKEGOlf
R. C. WALWORTH
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phone CAST 3407.
136 Russell St. PORTLAND, OR.
Pioneer Soda Works
UUNDKIi 111103. !0.
SODA WATER, EXTRACTS, SYRUPS, ETC.
Factory, 110 Water Btrcet
Telephone, Main I'M
NORTHERN BREWERY CO.
Brewers and Bottlers of
Coiner East Third and Buriulde Streets
A Western Cracker Made
for Western People
Auk your Clrocor for
Western Crackers and Cakes
Tnko no other kind if you want tliu bunt
THE TOKE POINT OTSTER GO.
28 Second St., Portland, Or.
Toluphotiu MAIN 0M
Sole Orowars of the Celebrated
An I'lmturii Oyster Transplanted
ml Krown on our IhiiIii nt
"unk(juai.ki) in flavor
Cannery at South Bend, Wash.
Wholumlo DluliTH ill All Vuriotii'fl
of Nutho Oyhtcm.
THE SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN BANK
Commercial Banking Savings Department
Capital $5,000,000 Surplus flloO.OOO Total Aviillnlilo Assets 17,500,000
A. ClIlI.Hr.ltn, President GKO. II. TAHIIKI.L, Manager
A. V. UAYDKN, Cashier
Tacomtt Olllce No. Daft Commerce St., N, K. Cor. South litis St.
david ii. ni:i:nii:it. hidney ci.ark,
1'rt silent. lathlur.
Union National Bank
Pays Interest on Timo Deposits
THE OLD HANK CORNER
The Old Reliable
Has novor fulle I to iiloaso. It Iiiih ill
vriys boon the xtAiuiunl for laiully use
R. H. Guthrie
111 sWsjtH IMf.
rti rstitk 225t
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 & 1 3th STS.
LO DELL'S PLACE
A. K. I-ODKUi, Pniirlclor
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Tcloplintio Pacific 1WI
ill North Nineteenth fit.
J,. M. PARR18II
FRANK 12. WATKIN8
0. E. WATKIN8
Parrish, Watkins & Go.
and Loan Agents
250 Alder St., Portland, Oregon
JOHN ROMETSCH, Prop.
Liquors and Cigars
Telephone Main 1200
253 Morrison St., Portland, Ore.
The Judge Demands the Best"
Key West Cigar .
King of Five-Cent Cigars
W. S. Conrad
TASTCST ON TIIC RIVER
Tlio only steamboat making a round trip
Kxrcpl Hiimlay U'tucen
Portland and Astoria
Ami Way l'wliils
Lcavo I'nrtlamt 7:00 AM
Arrive Astoria l::u) I' M
U'avo Astoria a::w 1' M
Arrlvo I'ortlaml : 1' M
Mi: AW HKllVKl) A LA CARTF.
Portland Landing Alder St. Doeit.
Astoria Landlnc, Callendcr Dock.
C. U. SCOTT, Agent. Phone Main 56J
Ask Your Grccer for
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Thin common nffcctlon of childhood
pertussin, the doctors cnll It Is usu
ally rcKitticd ns otic of tlio things n
child has to linvc. mid It Is supposed
thnt the only thing to do Is to put up
with It, ns with nit nnnrotdnblo Ills,
the best ono cnn. The philosophy of
this Htato of mind of mothers U Rood,
but the IndllTurotirc It sometime ptigctt
dors Is distinctly bud, so fnr ns It
causes the parents to neglect treatment
Whooping-cough Is often it trivial nf-
fnir, but It Is sometimes fatal; .ind
even when not so, It mny pave the way
for serious Ills by weakening tliu resist
ing power of the child to other germ
discuses, such as scarlet fever, mea
sles, and especially pneumonia; or the
strain of the cough and of tlio forced
holding of the breath may causo a
blood vessel In the brain or In the cyo
to break, with resulting paralysis or
blindness, or It may produco' a rup
ture. Fortunately thco troubles nro rare,
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t inn um ruT,iiiiuij iri uii-iL uutui ll'iiiu
' should be borne In mind.
Whooping-cough Is n dangerous dis
ease, occurring with greatest fre
quency In the winter and spring. No
ago Is exempt from Its attacks, but
about half of the sufferers nro babies
under two years of age. Ono nttnek
usually Insures safety against any sub
sequent ones. Owing to Its great con
tagiousness, n child with whooping
cough should bo kept nway from other
children, and should never bo carried
out In street cars and other crowded
places to glvo tlio disease to every sus
ceptible child or even udtilt In Its vi
cinity. The patient must bo well wrapped up
when outdoors or when getting nlr by
nn open window, nud tlio living room
should be warm, although well venti
lated. Tlio diet should lx simple, nud
food should bo given frequently but In
During the entire course of tlio dis
ease, even In the mildest cimcm, tlio
child should bo under the copstnnt su
pervision of the doctor, for the illscnso
jniiy take a bad turn when least expect
ed, and tlio best way to prevent nn evil
outcome Is to be always on tlio watch
Children with whooping-cough often
go through It with but fow signs of
Illness, but caro should not bo relaxed
for this reason, nnd tlio mother, nurse,
or mhiio adult should bo present nhvnyi
to do wliaf llttlo can bo douo to ease
tlio paroxysms. Youth's Companion.
SlMkliitr is BlnchlnUt,
"There is, perhaps, no other trade,
ami very few professions," writes Win.
lluddow In the Technical World Maga
Ulne, "that require tliu high order of
Intelligence, tlio study, the application,
the real hard-hcadeil couiiuoii-seiiHc, tlio
surgeon's delicacy of touch for In
stance, In lining of Hue work that the
machinist's trado demands to glvo tlio
excellent work and the Interchange.ibll
Ity of parts found In the modern rlllo
or sewing machine. Tlio range of his
work Is from n needle to a battleship;
from automatic machinery that 'would
talk French had It one more movement'
to measuring machines guaranteed not
to vary more than the llfty-thoiiiiniidth
pnrt of nu Inch from the absolute. This
precision will perhaps bo better appre
ciated when It Is remembered that 150
times this limit of variation N only
equal to tlio diameter of the average
human hair. Htaudnrd plug and ring
gauges, to take n speclllc example, are
so accurately lltted to each other that
tlio expansion due to tlio warmth of tlio
hand, If tlio plug bo held In It for a few
moments, will make It Impossible to In
sert tho plug In tlio ring; while, If tlio
ring bo expanded In the same way, tho
plug will drop clear througlMt.'
When the machinist has become skil
ful enough to fulfill the above require
ments, ho mny receive from ifLVfiO per
day up to whatever ho can mnko him
self worth and provo It."
llotr John liar Ufuurdotl Critic.
John liny was chatting about hU lit
erary experiences with an lutlmato
friend, when tho latter asked :
"John, what feature or phase of this
writing business has Impressed you tho
"Well," was the reply, nnd the speak,
er'a eyes twinkled mischievously, "m
far ns I am concerned, It's the thing
that the critics llsli out of n fellow's
printed stuff that ho never put there,
Hut I supposo that critics, like tho rest
of us, havo to show excuses for living."
Juat Summer I.uve.
"See hero 5" cried tho Jealous lover
to his giddy tlnucee, "I want an under
standing with you."
"Indeed!" sho replied.
"Yes, I want to know whnt ye.u menu
by being engaged to Jack Uuggard mid
mo at tho same time?"
"Nothing." Philadelphia Press.
It has always focuiotl to us that Job
had too much patience to have good
Fishing tackle lying about a man's
desk always reminds ono of shiftless
ness. Yes, Alonro, foul weather sometimes
booits tho price of eggs.
ERICK80N A BERO, Pror.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
54 Sixth Street
MAIN 4102 PORTLAND, ORE.
WESTERN SODA WORKS
JUCHKMICll & CRAMER, Props.
Manufacturers of Cnrbouatcd Hover
nges, Syrups, Kxtrnct, Mineral Waters
and Champagno Cider, f-'ole distrib
utors of Hrilavillo Mineral Water.
l'liono PaciHc 1703.
Office and Factory, 204 Mill Street
On receipt of Coupon wo will deliver
nn Klectric l-'latiron to any address, frco
of cliargo, for 30 days' trial.
You nro under no obligation to pur
chase tlio Iron wo unlit you to sco
wlint it will do in tlio saving of Labor,
Timo and Kxpctieo.
All equipment delivered with each
Iron, which limy ho attached to any
Klcctrio Jjmip sockot.
Till in and mail Co.'pon to us AT
CUT OUT COUPON
Portland General Eloctrlc Company,
1'lrst ami Alder Hi,., I'ortlaml, Oregon,
(Iculleincn: You may dellvor to mo onn
Electric Flatiron, which I njrreo to Irv, and
l( unnatlsfactury to return to you within no
ilnyn from datu of delivery. If I do not re
turn It at that tlmo you may charuosaino
to my account at 11.00. It Is understood
that no cliaruu ulll hu in ado for tlio Iron If
1 return It w ltlilli 30 days.
Dcpr. N.A. ADDRESS.
Telephone MAIN 6680
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
& Trust Company
4 Per Cent
On Savings Accounts
Interest Compounded Semi-Annualty
Wi Also Pay 4 Per Cent Interest
on Certiticatos of Deposit
And 3 Per Cont on Daily Balances
of Check Accounts
Savt a Dollar Today and It
Will Work for YoiiToiorrow
A Bank Account is ths first step to
wsrd liuppiuess, prosperity and comfort
Bankisg Hours, 0 a. ni. to 4 p. m. ;
Saturdays, 0 a. in. to I p. rn.; Saturday
eveaingi, 6. p. in. to 8 p. in.
DIRECTORS Win. M. Ladd, J.
Thorbum Hoes, T. T. llurkhart, Fraak
M. Warreu, Georgo II. Ulll.
OFFICERS J. Thorburn Ross, Trea.
ident; George II. Hill, Vice Presidents
T. T. JUirkhart, Treasurer; John E.
240 Washington StnMt
I ST. PAUL MINN.
Alfred J. Krank
(Successor to 8C1INKM & KRANK.)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
RAZOR WORK A SPECIALTY.
142 n. SUth St., Opp. Ryan Hotel.
St. Paul, Minnesota
Seal of Minnesota
ARE SOLD ON ALL TRAINS
Kubles 6c Stock Co.
st. paul - - minnesota
EL FIRMA and
DUKE OF PARMA
You Will Like Them
HART & MURPHY, Makers
GRIGGS, COOPER & GO.
and Wholesale Grocero
242-264 East Third Street
ST, PAUL MINN,
j OMAHA NEBRASKA f OMAHA NEBRASKA!
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"THE ONLY WAY"
Havo your Batrsase checked from hotel smrl Rairlnra nvi
any railroad to any place in United Statei 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. H COUNCIL BLUFFS I
C. A. lUCKDAUL
A. Backdahl &. Co.
Opposite Milwaukee Depot. Prescriptions
are fully compounJoJ. 313 Wsihlngton are
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
OMNIBUS AND CARRIAGE LINE
MATTISON 4b FOYE, Proprietor.
237 Hwinepin Ave. Nicollet House Block
: LIVINGSTON :
UNION MEAT MARKET.
A. O.HASEIER, Pro.
IND IT MEATS
Oamo and Hsh In Season.
Llvlngaton, - - - - - Montana.
F. B. TOLHURST
for the Tourist
Patent Medicines, Ci
gars, Toilet Articles,
Finest Soda Fountain
on tho N. P. Railway.
Opposite the Depot
This card entitles you to a trip through tha
National 1'ark, providing jrou patrunlio
And can make satisfactory arrangements with
the transortatloii companies.
The only first-class place of the kind its '
Livingston. Bottle Goods a specialty
FRANK BUSS, Proprietor
117 W. Park St LIVINGSTON, Mont,
S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats J j
Supplies for Dining: and Private,
Cars Given Special Attention j o
220 32 Main St. 229-31 Pearl St.
Council Bluffs Iowa
For Medicinal Purposes
Wo UTommeiKl our
Pure Rye Whiskey
Quality and Excellence'
The Pederson Mercantile Co.
jyiiolcnalo I.tniinr Importers and
lug AktorUtlon's Oclobraltd "lluilueUur'' Deer
SKELLY & LIHLEHALES
Groceries, Flour, Feed,
Hay, Grain, Coal, Wood and Build-
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