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ARE YOU TO LIVE IN ALASKA?
gome lleqiilreuieuta That Ara Jnrilspen-sable-Mlnera
Food Hurt He night.
Tlio miivnrBuI article of tliot In that
country, depended upon and indifipen
iBblw, is bread or biscuit. And to
make the bread and biscuit, eitlior in
the camp or upon the trail, yount can
not be used it miiHt be baking pow
der; and the powder manufactured by
the processes of the Koyal Baking Pow
der Company, miners and prospectors
have learned, is the only one which
will stain! in that peculiar climate of
cold and dampness and raise the bread
Mid biscuit satisfactorily.
These facts are very important for
every one proposing to go to Alaska
and the Yukon country to know, for
ilioiild he be persuaded by some out
lUtor to tuke one of the cheap brands
of baking powder it will cost just as
much to transport it, and then when
he opens it for use, after all his labor
in packing it over the long and diffi
cult route, he will find a solid caked
mass or a lot of spoiled powder, with
no strength and useless. Such a mis
take might lead to the most serious re
mits. Alaska is no place in which to
expcrinicnt in food, or try to econo
mize with your stomach. For use in
such a climate, nnd under tlio trying
and fatiguing conditions of life and
labor in that country, everything must
be the best and most useful, and above
all it is imperative that ull food sup
plies shall have perfect keeping quali
ties. It is absurd to convey over such
difficult and expensive routes an nrtiolo
that will deteriorate in transit, or
thtit will ho found when required for
nse to have lost a great part of its
There is no better guide to follow
in these matters than the advico of
those who have gone through similar
experience. Mr. Mc(juesten, who is
called "the father of Alaska," after an
experience of years upon the trail, in
the camp, and in the use of every kind
of Biipply, says: "We find in Alaska
that the importance of proper kind of
baking powder cannot be overesti
mated. A miner with a can of bad
baking powder is almost helpless in
Alaska. We have tried all sorts, and
have been obliged to settlo down to uho
nothing hut tlio Koyal. It is stronger
and carries further, but above all
things, it is the only powder that will
eriilino tlio setore climatic changes of
the arctio region."
It is for tlio same reason that tlio U.
8. government in its relief expeditions,
and Peary, the famous arotio traveler,
havo carried the Koyal Baking Powder
The Koyal Baking Powder will not
cako nor lose its strength either on
board ship or in damp climatos, and is
the most highly concent rated and ofli
, fliont of leavening agents, llt'iice it is
indispensable to every Alaskan outfit.
It can be had of the trading companies
in Alaska, but should the miner pro
cure his supplies before leaving, ho
should resist every attempt of the out
fitter to palm oft upon him any of tlio
other brands ef baking powder, for
" tiiey Will spoil and prove tho cause of
great disappointment and trouble
In Delaware two brothers livod for
40 years within eight miles of each
other, Bttended the sanio church and
frequently traded witli eaoh other with
out knowing that they were related.
CATAIilUI CANNOT UK CCIIKD
With local npplio itlonn, as I hey cannot reach
the sivit ol ihcd scane, I a ami Is a blood or
ci nsiitntlntiiil iltM'i k6, ami 1" order to euro It
you mi. hi n k ? Internal rue lien. HnU' (la
tin i h ('are Is taken Internally, ami aelH.lnoi'lly
on the b:o.nl ami intnoii surface. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure lb nol a iimiek medicine. It was
prescribed b one of the best phyxieiaiiM in this
ei a itry tor joins, unit tRa regular prescription.
It it o iiiii nod oi the best tonics known, eoni
till. e l with the beat lilui d iitrillei'H, aiding di
rectly on thu tiiueoiia Hiu'taces. Tho perfect
combination of the two lugicilictitH la what pr
duces u -It wonderful rcsuluiuctirihgaitarrll.
bend for icmiiuonials, free.
K. J. rh K.N K Y it CO., I'roprs., Toledo, ().
Hold hy or k'giMH, price 7ft.
Hal la family Pills are the belt.
A drawing of tho bison has been dis
covered in tho rocks of the La Motttlio
c.tvo in Durdoguo, Fiance.
A ner being swindled by all others, acini us stamp
for part Icnlara of K I liif holoniiin's Treasure, Die
ON I.Y renrwer of manly sircoKtb. MAHo.N
I'll KM H A I. CO., V. II. 11,,I 717, I'lilludelpllla, l'u.
Chicago is healthier than ever beforo.
In faut it is by far tho he.athicst large
city in the United States.
AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS.
We arc anarrtinp; in the rourta our tiRlit to the
exclusive Use ol the word "CASTOKIA," and
' maililCSCASTOKIA," us out'Tliidc Mailt.
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, ofltynnnts, Massachusetts,
wasltieoriglnatoi of " I'lTCllliR'BCAb l'OKIA,"
the same that lots borne and docs now bear the
fac simile signature ol 'CHAM. 11. l'l.liTCllliU oil
every wrapper. Thla ialhcorlgiuitl " I'lTCHIiR'S
CAhTOHIA" which has bemused In the homes
of the mothers of America for over thirty yearn,
I.oolt Carefully ut Hie wiooper and see that It Is
tht kind yon AdTV nl'.Mn A.nAr, and has the
signature of CUA3. II. l'l.liTCHKR on the
wrapper. No one has authority from me to use
my name except The Centaur Company of which
Chaa. It. Fletcher Is President.
Hatch S, SAMl'lit, Pll'CUUR, M.D.
Pise's Cure for Consumption has saved
me lurire iloetor bills. C. I,, linker, -I'.'IW
ltegent Sq., Philadelphia, Pit., l)ee. 8, '&.
IIOMK ritODCCIS AM) VVV.K KOOI).
All Knstern Hyrup, so-called, usuallv verv
light colored and of Heavy body, ia made from
gltiocsi'. "Imi (,',o-d,,i itvtu'' ia made, from
Hngtir Cnnc and is strictly pure. It is for sale
oy iirsi-ciasscioccrs, in cans ultlv. ManulaO
lured bv the p .trine Coisr SviU'rCo. All iren
nine "Ten fJnril, a (Vim" have the niunuiac
Hirer's name lithographed on every can.
Magdaleeii Cieute, who has just died
in tlio Oily of Mexico, was probably
the tallest woman in America, her
hoight being six feet nine inches tall.
for the coming year on baking powder will be
very light if you buy Schilling's Best and use
only one heaping teaspoonful to a quart of flour.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
In a recent work on the birds of Col
orado, W. W. Cooke brings up the num
ber of species and sub-species found in
that state to 3(13.
Trolley car ambulances are to be in
troduced in the city of Pittsburg, run
ning independently ovor all the street
car tracks as called for.
Miss Kloanor Ormerod declares that
the English cockroach is in danger of
extermination before the hordes of im
ported Gorman blaok beetles.
Orcator New York consists of 45
islands, just as many as there are stars
in our flag. It might be appropriately
called the Island City.
What is probably the largest locomo
tive in the world has just been com
pleted and weighs, with the tender,
over 280,000 pounds. It is for use in
The largest parish in London In point
of area is Lewishaui, which has 5,773
acres; and the largest in population is
Islington, which has now 830,000 in
habitants. A writer in a magazine has made tho
prophesy that in 300 years from
now the world will only know throe
languages Knglish, Kussian and Chi
nese. Many oolliories in Silosia are pro
vided with bombs filled with com
pressed oxygen for use in cases of aooi
dent or entrance into old galleries
where tho air is foul.
Harvard this year, for the first time,
has a colored perron as a candidate for
the degree of A. B., in the person of
a young colored woman from Millor-
ton, n. y.
The famous Louis XV drawing-room
suite, composed of a sofa and six arm
chairs, with old Beauvais tapestry, has
been sold in Paris to London dealer
The tramways, omnibuses and un
derground railways iu and around Lon
don, within a radius of five miles, carry
each your, it is calculated, about 453,
At the grape cure establishment in
Switzerland, France ami Austria, pa
tients are usually turned loose in the
vineyards and allowed to gorgo them
selves at pleasure.
Beforo a firo brigade can start for a
fire in Borlin tho members must all
full in line in military fashion and sa
lute their captain. This proceeding
wastes at least threo minutes.
. There is an enormous domand in
New York for Fifth avenuo property
facing Central Park. Only the rich
can buy, when bare lots are held at
from f 4,000 to $5,000 a front foot.
ltLACK AND 111,1'K.
Wrick and blue colors are not subject to
fashions this season nor in any season.
They hold their own und will not wash out.
They arc pretty solid colors, and but for the
misery of wearing them, might become
fashionable. Hume men take pride in wear
ing them as tokens of their profession, as
soldiers du their sears. Hut bruises, black
or blue, or both, ought to have immediate
attention, for under them niiiv be a nerve
hurt or a muscle badly wrenched. A black
and blue bruise is a bad thing, not only
from Its tender soreness b'lt the contused
blood is prevention of regulur circulation.
While sore spots like these will not wash
out, there is something that will rub them
out in no time, anil that is Ut. Jacobs Oil.
It is peculiarly adapted to their quick cure.
A pennant can ho won only by bard
knocks, with scan and bruises, but after
the half is over, if any remain, this one
cure is the best, llruises come from con
tusion in all avocations, und it is well to
remember ut nil times just wliut will cure
them the best.
Ktissia's population has increased
during tho Inst 100 years a fraction loss
than 1,000,000 annually.
AN OPEN LETTER'
From MIsb May Saohnor, of Colum
bus, O., to Ailing Womoa
To all women who are ill:
It affords me great pleasure to toll
you of the benefit I have dorlved from
taking Lydla E. Plnkhom'a Vegetablo
Compound. I can hardly find words to
express my gratitude for tho boon given
to Biifferlujr women in thut'exeollont
I was thin,
was trou- SmiSi J
bled with tV
my men- ft
vtrtda '- ttirtf
irregular. I tried three physicians and
gradually grew worse. About a year
ago I was advised by a friend to try
Mrs. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and
Vegetablo Compound, which I did.
After using three bottles of the Vege
tablo Compound and one package of
Sanative Wash, I am now enjoying bet
ter health than I ever did, and attri
bute tho Biur.e to Mrs. Plrdchara'a won
derful remedies. I cannot find words
to express what a Uodsend they have
bceu to mo.
In some parts of China the young
women wour their hair in a long single
plait, with which is intertwined a
bright scarlet thread. This stylo ol
ornamentation denote that the young
lady is marriageable.
A SKATE THAT PROMISES GREAT SPEED.
A novelty In skates, said by experts to promise an improvement in the health
ful winter exercise corresponding to the Improvement made by the pneumatic tire
hi bicycling, Ims been invented by a Brooklyn man. The new skate is an affair
on rollers attached to a metal strip shaped much like the runner or blade of the
old ice cradle skate. The rollers three lu number are in line and revolve each
on Its own axle, reducing friction in the minimum. They are of steel, guttered,
and act ns runners nndwlieels together, the edges taking hold of the Ice in striking
out with a griy much firmer than the old-style runners are capable of, no matter
how sharp they may be, and sliding over the lee when the wearer is in motion
with vastly less loss of power than the steel blades that have been so long in use.
The w heels or rollers are adjustable, and each pair of skates Is to be provided
with two sets. One set Is to be of thin steel, for the use of hockey players and
fancy skaters; the other set will be thicker and less guttered, for ordinary use.
New York World.
FOR DUTY OFF CAPE HATTERAS.
Mtchtithlp No. (into Constantly Patrol
the Dunneroua I uiiioikI BIidiiM.
From the' tiny Hint the pioneers from
old Knglnnd settled Jamestown to the
present time Untteras Inlet and Cape
Hatterus have been looked upon with
superstitious horror by seamen . No
point on the Atlantic seaboard Is or
ever has been as fatal to shipping or
the lives of the men who go to sea In
ships. The natural dangers arising
from sunken reefs and treacherous
sands have been augmented by the fre
quency of fierce storms along that por
tion of the const. It has been so cus
tomary for vessels to strike heavy
weather and heavier seas while pas.s
Ingllatterastlnitevery shipmaster who
intiHt' sail by It always protmres for a
bad time of It. The authorities have
striven for many years to provide some
means by which the casualties might
be reduced. It looks as If they bad
tliinlly succeeded. It Is the steam Hght-
ship, known ns No. t'.i), which will go
Into commission oil Diamond shoal.
Diamond shoal Is the graveyard of
the seas of the western continent.
More huiilws vessels have foundered
and bee npotinded to bits on Its reefs
than on any oilier reef In the Atlantic,
on the western sltU. It projects out
froiiifiiiielliittenissevcniiilles Into the
ocean. KITorts to IniiUI stationary lights
there have failed. Soa enty-tlve thoii
dollars was dropped Into the
ocean In the effort to sink a caisson
there which would wlth-stimd the force
of the seas. The money Is there, but
the caisson would not stay sunken. The
attempts to build a skeleton house for
this dangerous reef have never been
deemed practical, and the necessity of
putting In a lightship was enforced by
the flouting off of the caisson. Hence
the genesis of this lightship. !
No. till will lie on constant duty at
Diamond shoal. She will anchor lu still
weather nnd rely on her powerful
screw to maintain her position during
the gales which sweep her station. She
Is equipped with exceptionally power
ful engines and screw, set up for this
express purpose. She Is a sister to
lightship No. tiS, now on duty at KIre
Island, In New York harbor. No. till
will show disappearing lights of U0U-
candle power from her two stout
musts. A foiirteen-lncli chime whistle
will sound In foggy weather, and she
will nlso be provided with a large boll.
lOyes Not Necessary.
Eyes are popularly considered to bo
quite necessary to sight, but this Is an
error. If we are to believe Dr. Nagel,
n recent German cxperlineiiler. Many
creatures without eyes can see; at
least they can distinguish perfectly
well between light and darkness and
even between different degrees of
light. This Is the lowest degree of see
ing, to be sure, but still It Is really
sight, and differing scarcely more from
the vision of some Insects that possess
eyes than this does from our own clear
Creatures that see without eyes see
by means of their skins. All skins, says
Dr. Nagel, are potential eyes; that is,
they are sensitive to light. In animals
that have eyes the sensitiveness has
been highly localized and greatly In
creasedso that man. for Instance, has
a retina very sensitive to light, and nn
expanse of ordinary skin which pos
sesses a sensltheness to light so slight
that It Is hardly conscious of It. Yet
his skin Is sensitive In some degree,
as Is proved by the fact that It sunburns
that Is, light may cnuso a dlsturb-
ance In the pigment of the skin Just
as It does In that of the eye. In the
eye the disturbance Is accompanied by
a nervous change, which sends a tele
graphic message along the optic nerves,
and there are messages, also, but their
tidings Imprint no linage on the mind;
they simply express, discomfort cry
But In many eyeless creatures the
hick of eyes Is In part made up by In
creased sensitiveness of the whole skin
surface to light. Darwin long ago no
ticed that earth worms, although they
have no eyes, will suddenly withdraw
into their holes at the approach of a
lighted candle. Some creatures seem
most sensitive to sudden Increase of
light; others to sudden diminution.
Sir John Maodonald's Advice.
Sir John Macdonald was theguestof
honor ut a banquet lu Montreal one
evening and was expected to make a
speech of much political moment. The
Star sent a shorthand man with lu-
Htructlons to take down Sir John's
words exactly ns they were uttered. It,
was a great banquet and wine flowed
freely. After the speech the reporter
hastened to the olllce to transcribe his
notes. For the life of him he could
not make out what Sir John had been
talking nlxuit. He hurried off to the
premier and went over the speech care
fully with him and straightened It out.
Thanking Sir John most gratefully, he
was about to rush back, when the
statesman, taking him by the hand,
said: "My dear friend, you are young.
The world Is before you. I am old and
have seen much of life, Its trials and
temptations. Let me venture as one
full of experience to offer you a few
words of advice" It was the proudest
moment of the reporter's life. He was
all expectancy. "Be sure, always be
sure, my young friend, that when you
try to report a speech you are quite so
ber." New York Press.
Tlio Attractive Woman.
That superabundant brains and sur
passing beauty may but seldom be
combined; yet It does not follow that
all women of good sense and sharp In
tellect are necessarily plain.
That bright thoughts enliven the
most ordinary face until the reflection
of the mind shining out In nil Its ra
diance makes one forget that the fea
tures are not pure Grecian, and lends
us to believe that such a woman Is lu
reality a great tieauty.
That the vivacious creature of vary
ing moods nud quaint fancies Is the
one to chnrin, A man forgets all thi
type of beauty she may or may not pos
sess so Interested does he become In
the pleasing study of a mind that ren
ders her face ever winning, Irresisti
ble nnd pleasing, because, like the sur
face of a hike, there comes a change
with every varying emotion.
That the attractive woman should
cultivate the mind, for a grace of soul
and education of spirit count for more
than limpid eyes, a rosebud mouth aud
a dimpled chin.
That she should be ever teachable,
for there Is not one lota of lovableness
In the man or woman who thinks ho or
slit "aiows It nil.
When a man's trousers are out nt the
knew it's sometimes difficult to tell
whether It's from praying or shooting
There Is an Independent fortune
awaiting the Inventor of n typewriting
machine that will spoil ejf.votly.
You can't put enough clothes ou a
worthies man to disguise Win
For chilblains rub the feet every day
with this liniment: Oil of turpentine,
80 grains; chloroform, 15 grams; gly
cerine, up to ISO grams.
A combination that makes an effi
cient tooth wash Is composed of pul
verized charcoal nnd chalk flavored
with a little wlntergreen.
Persons wishing to make the voice
clear for some special occasion of sing
ing, should use ordinary troches of mu
riate of ammonium, purchasable at
any drug store.
Increase of fat Is the only sure wrin
kle remover. The Increased deposit of
fat beneath the skin presses out tho
wrinkles beneath. Otherwise wrinkles
When a fractured ankle begins to
swell after having received apparent
ly curative treatment, soak the foot In
hot water every night and rub It thor
oughly. A silk elastic anklet Is a great
protection to the joint.
Castile soap Is not a hair-grower. It
merely serves to demise the scalp. For
Itching and hair falling out remedial
steps may lie assured by washing the
head with resort-In and salicylic
acid every three days, preferably at
night. After drying the head careful
ly use this lotion: Tincture of cantlia
rldes, 8 grams; fluid extract of Jubor
nndl, castor oil and glycerine, each (iO
grams; bay rum, up to 500 grnnis. This
must be used gently, without pulling
on the hair.
The surest way to tell how to distin
guish chronic bronchitis from consump
tion Is by the physical signs which
medical training alone can give. But
ordinarily there are these differences:
In consumption there Is wasting of
flesh, slight fever, night sweats, pro
nounced lack of strength nud a pecu
liar pallor. In bronchitis there Is a
cotight and spittle, but not much lack
of strength and seldom and night
sweats. Consumption generally pro
gresses, while bronchitis may get no
worse for years.
WISCONSIN'S YOUNG JURIST.
Judge John E. Pannier, of Chippewa
Fall, but 23 Yeura Old.
The youngest Judge lu Wisconsin,
nnd probably the youngest In the coun
try, Is John E. Funnier, elected County
Judge at Chippewa Fulls, Wis., hist
spring. He Is 23 years old anil suc
ceeded Judge Behlen, of Undue, who
ten years ago, nt the time of his elec
tion, was the youngest Judge on tho
Judge Pannier wns born In Chippewa
Falls and Is a product of the public
schools, which he attended until lie was
graduated from the high school In IStili.
JOHN E. rANNIF.lt.
lie then spent a year or more making
the best of his time nud opportunities
In studying In the law olllce of Colonel
Ij. J. Rusk, after which he went to
Madison, where he entered the law
course and was graduated with honors
In 1805. Shortly after ho began the
practice of his profession. At the time
of the spring election he secured the
nomination and wns elected to the of
fice of County Judge.
. Provided for Hrr Cat,
"By the death of n cat, the Temple
quarter In Purls," says the Boston
Transcript, "receives a legacy of 10,000
francs for Its elementary schools. The
cat's mistress, who died In 1SD2, left
the money for the maintenance of her
pet cat, with the reversion nt Its death
to the district municipality If It would
look after the cat. It speaks well for
the honesty of the trustees that the cut,
which Is now dead at the age of HI
years, should have survived Its mistress
Dragging Music Into a Play.
"I once saw a raft scene in an En
glish play," says a noted play nctor.
"Suddenly one of the shipwrecked par
ty cried out: -What's that I see float
ing toward us on the waves?' 'A grand
piano,' shouted another. Then the
piano was hauled up ou to the raft and
one of the famishing castaways played
a 'Rhapsodic Hongiolse,' by Liszt. Th-tt
cured me of 'dragging In music by the
To protect batik cashiers from rob
bers a steel plate Is set In the counter
close to the wliulow and held by a
spring, so It can be released by the foot
aud fly upward to close the window
aud stop bullets.
An Improved monkey-wrench Just
placed ou the market has the adjusting
screw mounted ou bull bearings to
make It turn easily.
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Editor's Notb. All readers of this paper anxious regarding the health of themselves,
relatives or friends, can have Three Free Bottles of the Dot-tor's New Discoveries.
an represented iu the above illustration, with complete directions, by sending full
address to Dr. tilucuin's Laboratory , US Pine Street, New York City.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
Fnreinost aniong the world's (rmitcst
Mcdico-Chcniists stnnila Dr. Slm-um, of
New York City. His efforts, whirh for
years luul been directed toward the discov
ery of a ixisitive cure for consumption,
were finally successful, and already his
"new system of treatment" has, hy Its
timely use permanently cured thousands
of apparently helpless oases.
lie has d-nioiistrnted the dreaded disease
to be curable beyond a doubt, in any cli
mate. Indisputable farts prove that the Doc
tor's New Discoveries are an uhsnlute cure
for Consumption and all bronchial, throat,
liiiiU and chest troubles; stubborn coughs,
w inter catarrhal iill'ectioiis; scrofula, rheu
matism, general decline and weakness, loss
Michigan has a law fixing a heavy
penalty upon railroad companies for
employing persons addicted to the uso
DEMAND FOIt MOKE UATTI.KSIIIPS-
The soeretarv of tho navy has demonilett more
bRttlcsliliis, atiil there can be no doubt that
conirri'.n will comlder his reeommeinlations.
l'mU'ctinn is what our sea porti require, nnd
fiirti Ili'Utim I will not adequately supply this.
Defense against all disorders of a nmlnrlnl typ3
i, however, ade'Uliitelv afforded by Hostetter's
S.omnch Hitters, an eitlclcnt remedy, also, for
constipation, biliousness, dystei!dn, rheuma
tism, and nervousness.
In Mexico City Hop Lee advertises
nn American restaurant.
SHAKE INTO VOl'lt SHOES
Allen's Foot-Euse, a powder for the feet.
D cures painful, swollen smarting feet and
instantly takes the sting out of corns und
bunions". It's the greatest comfort discov
ery of the age. Allen's Foot-Kase makes
tight-utting or new shoes leal easy. It is a
certain cure forehilblains, sweating, damp,
callous and hot, tired aching feet. Ve
have over lO.iKKl testimonials of cures. Try
it today. Sold by ull druggists aud shoe
stores." lly mail for 1,"ic. in stamps Trial
package KKKK. Address Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Hoy, X. Y.
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nude at- DORCHESTER, MASS. by
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
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of flesh, and all wasting conditions; and
to better demonstrate its wonderful merits
he will send Three Free Unities (The Dr.
Slooum New System of Medicine) with full
instructions to all readers of this paper
who send for them.
tfimplv write to T. A. Slocum, Manufac
turing Chemist, IW fine street, New York,
giving name and full address.
There is uncharge for medicine or correspondence-advice
Knowing, as we do, of the undoubted ef
ficacy, we iirse every sufferer to take ad
vantage of this most liberal proposition.
rieasc tell the Doctor, when writing,
that you read this generous oiler in this
In baying seeds "economy l
extravmnnce." becaune the cost
of eultlTKtluh wasted on Inferior seeds
always largely exceeds the original
cost of the best and clearest seeds to
be hnd. The boat la always the
cheapest. Pay a trltle more for
and alwayt get your money's worth.
lvo cents per paiier everywnero. .
Always tne Desr. aeea Anauai rre.
D.M.FERRY & CO.. Detroit, Mich. .
FOL1 14 CENTS
We wish to Kiln 1M),000 new cni
tomorn. aikV briica otter
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L Klondyk Molon. lto i
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Worth $1.00, for 14 entt.
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upon reoeint. of thi notire and 14c. W
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BUY THE GENUINE
VRUP OF FIGS
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irMOTE THE NAME.
Make money by snecesiul
speculation in C'hicaR. We
buy and sell wheat on roar
Kins. Fortunes have heen
made on a small beginning hy trailing in fu
tures. Write for full particulars, llest of ret
erenee given. Several years' experience on the
Chicago Board of Trade, and a thorough know
ledge of the business, Send for our free refer
ence book. DOWNING, HOPKINS & Co.,
Chicngo Board -of Trado Brokers. Otlices ia
Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Wash.
180 FRONT ST
Is it Wrong?
Get it Right.
Keep it Right
Moore's ltevraled lteinedy w ill do It. Three
doses will make you feel better. Get It from
jour druggist or any wholesale drug house, or
from Stewart & Holmes Drug Co., Seattle.
MAP or A T. a S K -Fndorsed by the De
partment nf the Interior ami to be used by U
S. army efler i1tailed to Alaska. The hpt ajiri
miwl detailed map of Alaska In .xltitenee. Will be
ninllfHl ui'.ci, rH.vlpt of price iwie) tn 2o stamps, or
mulicy order. Ill lull. Pll KllAKT, FuUlUher
P. O. Hoi 111, Tort land Or.
pounds per montb.
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Sxperlence, BOOK. 1'KfK. Addrpss DU.
.VlllCU, 1'. MoVicker'a 'i'lieatra, Chicago, 11U
K. P. I". So. 7, '98.
VHKS wrltlnc to advertisers, pltMf
1 1 aaantloo this papar.
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