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About Portland new age. (Portland, Or.) 1905-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1907)
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HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS
Portland, Or agon.
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The Grand Pacific Hotel
CHAH. A. HCII1UQE, Proprietor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class In Every Particular.
Corner Railroad St. and lllg-Rlat Ave.
The only f Jest-Class
American Plan Ho
tel in Helena.
Rates from $3 to $5
The New Bannock Hotel
NOllMAN A AHMUTKONO, Props.
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
Leading Hotel of the
LAKE SUPERIOR REGION
Enlarged and Improved
American Plan, f2,o0aml Up
European Plan (1.00 and Up
Finest Cafe in Northwest
T. J. PKDICOKD,
Rate 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50,
Roams with Private Hatha
Both American and f uropean
Private Telephone In Roans
209-219 Rivrik Ave.,
1 LEADING HOTELS :
THE ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAIt ANDKIlSON Manager
Hatess Kurocan llan
60o, 76c, fi.OO, IJ.60, $i.00 per day
Free Jlui to and from all Trains
Front and Morrison Rtreota
Lending grocery and mar
ket. Wo servo tho traveling
public nt reasonable prices.
114 and 110 WcHt Suporlor
! IDAHO ADVERTISING
Thos. Mlyth, Pre Lyman Farco, Vice Pres
The Blyth & Fargo Co.
Evanston, Wyo. Pocatello, Idaho
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
Established 18W. Dewey Palace UoUl Bld'g.
FIIKD O. MOCK, President
r. J. CONROY, Vtco.Prfsldent
0. It. HlCKEY, Cashier
FRANK JKNK1NBON, Ass't Cashlar
O. W. StanJrod.
Win. A. Anthes,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ot Poctitulloi lUislio.
TUTTLE MERCANTILE CO., LTD.
OOODWIN MININO CANDLES
Judson Powder, Fuse and Caps
A0KNT8 FOR T11K
CELEBRATUD OLYAPIA BEER
I). W. Church Karlo C, White C. C.Chllson
CHURCH & WHITE CO.
v Real Estate
Poctittollo - Idnha
Ericson Undertaking Co.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Phone Main 6133 409-411 Alder Street
PHONf MAIN 6421
Everything Now, Fresh and TJp-To-Date.
Wo solicit your trade.
Purity pre-eminent. Pure Drugs
an important matter. Prescriptions
precisely prepared. Wo never bud
Btitute. Perfumes of the highest
chnractor. Wo want your confldenco
460 Jefferson St.
Corner Thirteenth St.
Opp. Uulllvant's Grocery
WESTERN SODA WORKS
JUCHEMlClt A CllAMKR, Props.
Manufacturers of Carbonated Bever
ages, Syrups, Extracts, Mineral Wators
and Champagne Cider. Solo distrib
utors of fc'rdavillo Mineral Water.
Phono Pacific 1703.
Office and Factory, 204 Mill Street
Farmors, Teamsters anil Horsemen, look
to ciur Interest. When In need ot llorio
Collars, buy tho beat tho
It ha stood tho tent o( wear and tear anil
clhnato (or tMunty jearn. Ask your dealer
(or them and Insist on harltig tho "Hhar
key." P. SHARKEY & SON
Furniture oi Quality
We sell Quality goods Fur
niture that , is made from
Natural Wood, that will give
satisfaction under hard
wear. The same will hold
good of our carpets and
stoves. That's the kind we
All the Credit You Want
& Trust Company
4 Per Cent
On Savings Accounts
Interest Compounded Semi-Annually
We Also Pay 4 Per Gent Interest
on Certificates of Deposit
And 3 Per Cent on Daily Balances
of Check Accounts
Save a Dollar Today and It
Will Work (or Yov Tomorrow
A Bank Account is the first itep to
ward huppincfiB, prosperity and comfort
Banking Hours, 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. ;
Baturilnys, 0 u in. to 1 p, in, ; Saturday
evenings, 6. p. in. to 8 p, m.
DIUKCTORS Win. M. Ladd, J.
Thorburn Rots, T. T. Burkhart, Frank
M. Warren, Georgo II. Hill.
OFFICKHS-J. Thorburn Rosa, Pres
ident; Geortjo II. Hill, Vice Presidenti
T. T. Burkhart, Treasurer; John E.
240 Washington Street
TWAIN Hi HIS "AVQS&"
Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne
Clcmcnn) Is ttliown li tho Illustration
In the whlto broadcloth trait which has
been made for him and which ho Is to
two for evening wear. Tho cloth Is of
tho Hottest finish, and tho milt Is fash
loncd In the latest style. Tho coat Is
lined with whlto silk, and tho lapols
are faced with tho same material. Tho
waistcoat, which Ik of the same mato
rial as tho coat and has three buttons,
Is ornamented with zl'-znK embroidery
around tho edges. Tho buttons on both
garments nro made of whlto broadcloth.
Tho trousers havo n whlto silk braid
down tho outside seams. With tho suit
Mr. Clemens will wear a whlto fedora
lint and n light-gray orcrcoat. Mr.
Clemen. will be "2 years old on Nov.
80. Ho has been writing fllnco 18C2.
BICE LIFTS A MOBTQAOB.
First Crop Hai-Teatcd by Ta Pstra
That It payH to grow rice In Jeffer
son County and that a man can engago
In tho Industry on a modest scalo and
without cxtcnslvo capital or equipment
and mako a lino living for himself and
family, Is shown by tho experlonco of
Hllllo Caswell, a native of Jefferson
County, says tho Dallas correspondent
of tho New York Herald.
Ho lives about nine miles northwest
of Beaumont on tho Sablno and East
Texas Railroad. Ho had never been
engaged In tho rlco Industry until lost
year, when ho was Induced to buy 200
acres of rlco land out of tho French es
tnto and to pay therefor $27.50 per
acre. Of these lands Mr. Caswell
planted 100 acres In rlco. Ho finished
thrashing tho other week nnd sold his
entlro crop to tho Beaumont rlra mills
for $8,078. Tho yield was 2,000 bar
rels, and tho land returned $40 per
acre, not counting two sacks of rlco per
ncro which was paid as water rent.
It Is further learned that In growing
this remunerative crop Mr. Caswell
worked only eight mules, and with tho
help of ono hired man planted, raised,
harvested and thrashed" this crop.
After making liberal allowances for
all Items of expenso Mr. Caswell Is
about $5,000 to tho good. In tho first
year of tho business Mr. Caswell has
rondo the purchase price of his land,
with something Itcsldcs, nnd has tho
crop off his hands until next season.
Miinruni of Slualo.
Vienna will shortly possess a muse
um exclusively devoted to music. In
tho modern world, at least, uo city
could bo inoro appropriately chosen for
Its municipal associations. Instru
ments, manuscripts, portrnlts, sculp
tures, nnd, In fact, everything associa
ted with great musicians, will bo repre
sented. Tho collection will be especial
ly rich in Its historical side. It will In
elude original scores by Bach, Handel,
Mcndtlssohn, Spohr, Weber, Mozart,
Beethoven, nnd Brahms. There will
also be a complete collection of pianos
Illustrating tho development of the In
strument from Its beginning.
An Awkward Method.
He's 8tndylnK dentistry at a corre
"Rather an aw tward way, I should
"I should say It Is. He gave a pa
tient gas tho other day and then found
he didn't know how to rwnovo the mo
lar. So ho hnd to write to the school
and It was three days before ho could
get rid of his patient." Clereland
Cavity la llle Vr Story.
Oholly The dentlrt told ino I had a
large cavity thit ntoded nlllng.
Ethel Did he recommend any spe
cial course of study? Commwelal
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ST. PAUL MINN.
Alfred J. Krank
(Successor to 8CUNKLL A KRANK.)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
RAZOR WORK A SPECIALTY.
142 B. Sixth St., Opp. Ryan Hotel.
St. Paul, Minnesota
Seal of Minnesota
ARE SOLD ON ALL TRAINS
Kubles &. Stock Co.
ST. PAUL - - MINNESOTA
EL FIRMA and
DUKE OF PARMA
You Witt Like Them
HART & MURPHY, Makers
GRIGGS, COOPER & CO.
and Wholesale Grocero
242-264 East Third Street
ST. PAUL MINN.
: UMAI1A NCDKA3M 1 2 UMAI1A NtBKAMM
THE ONLY WAY"
Have your Baggage checked from hotel and Residences over
any railroad to any place in United States 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, j
O. A. BlCKOAUL
A. Backdahl & Co.
Opposite Milwaukee Depot. Psescriptlons
are lully compounded. W Washington ave
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
OMNIBUS AND CARRIAGE LINE
MA1T1SON St FOYE, Proprietors
237 Hennepin Ave.
: LIVINGS I UIN
UNION MEAT' MARKET,
A. O.HASELER, Prop
FRESH AND SILT MEATS
Game and Fish In Season.
Livingston, - Montana.
Fa B. TOLHURST
for the Tourist
GEO. W. HUSTED
Patent Medicines, Ci
gars, Toilet Articles,
Finest Soda Fountala
oa the N. P. Railway.
Opposite the Depot
This card entitles you to a trip through tht)
National 1'ark, providing you patrouls
And can make satisfactory arransements with
the transportation companies,
The only first-class place of the kind la
Livingston. Bottle Goods a specialty
FRANK BUSS, Proprietor
117 W. Park St LIVINGSTON, Mont
8. Washington, Frop. L. Wilkinson, Manager
Fine Wines, Liquors. & Cigars
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
Headquarters for Railroad and All Pro
Phone Pacific 151
101 N. Park St., PORTLAND, OREGON
I milium Riiinpc
S. T. McATEE
Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods and Meats
Supplies for Dining and Private
Can Given Special Attention J J
23042 Main St. 22941 Pearl St.
Council Bluffs Iowa
For Medicinal Purposes
We recommend our
Pure Rye Whiskey
Quality and Excellence
The Pederson Mercantile Co.
Wholesale Liquor Importers and
Wholesale Liquor Dealers
Northwestern Agents Anheuser-Busch Brew
ing Association's Celebrated "liudwelser" Beer
Nicollet House Block