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By Authority of Cong ress.
U. S. Gov't
The report of the analyses of IVikiiv; IVwilers, mrule
by the V. S. Governmer.t (Chemical Division, Ai;'l
Dep't), shows the Royal superior to all ether powders,
ami pvesitsleaveninstrcnthaiul thestrenthof each
of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows :
ROYAL, Absolutely Pure.
The OTHER POWDERS
1T5TED are reported to con
tain both lime and sulphuric
acid, and to be of the follow
ing: strengths respectively,
These tes's, made in the Gov't Laboratory, hy impartial
and unprejudiced otacia -hemists, furnish the highest
evidence that the ' Llov.t! " is the best baking powder.
ROYAL EAKINd POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
Witty, Though Seasick.
A judtfe, in crossing t tie Irish channel
one stormy tiiirht, knocked nsainst well
known witty lawyer who was suffering ter
ribly from seasickness.
"Can I do anything for you?'1 suid the
"Yes," gasped the seasick lawyer, "I
wish your lordship would overrule this
luotiou," White Mouutaiueer.
To Make It More Hiudlnc.
Attorney Have you been swornf
Witness Yes, sir. t
"Occupation, Mr. Spatterly?"
"Keal estate agent."
"Your honor, may I ask that this man be
sworn again Chicago Tribune.
We Charge You Nothing for
All the annoyance of looking for a suitable
stopping place in San Fra',eico obviated. Kle
pant roops. private bath, in tinest hotels to the
"cheap .nt e em ' for 00 cents per niKht. For
particulars (free) address
Midwhter Fair Hotel and Board ng Bureau.
No. 14 Post St., - San Francisco, Cal.
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below the knee, and wascured sound and well
with two and a half bottles of ff5KS3
Other blood medicines had f ailed t.yffa
to do me any good. in- C. Leatv,
' Yorkville. S. C
I was troubled from childhood with nn as
prnv iterl rase of Tetter, und three bottles of
:;jTj)ryj cured me permanently.
ftjyCKj Walla' e M as,t
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. & will Si-ficifia Co., Atlanta, Ua.
I am a farmer at Edom, Texas. I
have used German Syrup for six
years successfully for Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in
Chest and Lungs and Spitting-up of
ciooa. 1 nave tried many kinds of
Cough Syrups in my time, but let
me say to anyone wanting such a
medicine German Syrup is the best.
We are subject to so many sudden
changes from cold to hot, damp
weather here, but in families where
German Syrup is used there is little
trouble from colds. John F. Tones, a
To Introduce our Powder, we have de
termined to distribute among the consum
ers a number of CASH PHIZES. To
the person or clab returning us the largest
1894, we will give a cash prize of 100, and
' to the next largest, numerous other prize
1 ranging from ?5 to 976 IN CASH.
CLOSSET & DEYERS, PORTLAND Qs.
Pluo's Remedy tor Catarrh Is the
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
Bold by DruggiBts or sent by mall.
60c . J. fhueitlae, Warron. Pa.
Ttr cent. Cubic In. poros.
I3.0O . . 10O.6
IJ.5S . . I5I.I
II. 13 1JJ.6
1O.20 . . 123.4
1 0.0 . . 111. 6
8.03 . . 06.5
7.28 . .
He Got A war.
The tall, aged, sad looking man ate a
bountiful dinner at the restaurant, and
then with a check calling for 75 cents made
his way to the cashier's desk. He banged
down the check with a battered silver dol-
i lar ami looked gadder than ever.
The cashier picked up the dollar and ex
amined it suspiciously. It had a deep dent
on one side, and looked as though it had
been plugged. At that moment the cus
tomer spoke: "It is very painful for me to
part with that dollar. It saved my life
once, however, and must do so again. At
the siege of Yickstmrg I carried it in my
vest pocket, and the dent you see there was
made by a bullet, which otherwise would
have killed me. I have kept it since as a
memorial, and it well nigh breaks my
heart to let it go, but I must I have uoth
The cashier was plainly interested. "In
what year was the siege of Vicksburgf" he
"Sixty-three," said the sad man prompt
ly. "And this dollar," returned the cashier,
"is dated 1ST" and is a counterfeit."
The sad man looked annoyed. "Of course
it is," he replied. "How could I have an
1ST7 dollar in lSilS if it wasn't a counter
feit?" And the cashier was so dumfouudod that
be passed out a quarter in change and al
lowed the sad man to escape. Harper's
A Tarrot Story.
A ladywhohad bought a parrot of a bird
fancier was shocked afterward to discover
that the parrot was addicted to the per
nicious habit of "exaggerated colloquial
Isms." The lady at once took the bird back
and complained, requesting him to refund
her money. The man refused, saying it
was quite easy to cure the parrot. He then
told her the next time the parrot offended
to take it out of the cage, grasp it by the
tail and awing it violently round her head
several times. It was not long before the
parrot raised the lady's 'ire by a string of
choice expressions, and the lady proceeded
to "take it out" of the bird. After swing
ing it round her head till she was tired she
laid the parrot on the table. The bird got
up, and shaking his feathers together
"By thunder, whata gale!" Tit-Bits.
Calling Him Down.
The Woman Hater (explaining himself)
You see, a young woman once made a
great ass of me
She And you never got over it, ehr
A Long Sleep In Silesia.
A most peculiar case of prolonged sleep
is at present occupying the attention of
medical circles in Germany. A miner
named Johann Latus is an inmate of the
hospital at Myslowitz, in Silesia, where
he was admitted four months and a half
ago, and since then all efforts to wake
him have been fruitless. Dr. Albers,
the doctor attending him, is of the opin
ion that the apparent sleep is really a
state of catalepsy, though medical science
has on record no previous case of such a
prolonged nature. He has arrived at
this conclusion on account of all the
limbs being absolutely rigid. The ap
pearance of the man, however, betrays
no signs of this. The body lies quite
still, the breathing is regular, and there
is a healthy color in the cheeks. In the
last few days the body has become much
less rigid, and the patient has even made
some slight movement, without, how
ever, the eyes opening or the condition
of apparent sleep being in any way dis
turbed. In the four months and a hal!
that the sleep has lasted the hair has in
creased in length, but the beard has re
mained stationary. Nourishment to ths
extent of two or three liters of milk is
administered daily by a tube inserted
into the throat. Vienna Letter.
Two flower blossom on one tem
Two MrvHtnlotii mlntfllntt run,
And love mitt habit bleiiiling make
Two Uvea aa truly one.
One In each Interest, hoe and feur.
Whatever chance botltte;
One in affect Ion' boml, though two,
To comfort, slrcnifthcu, guide.
When lutMlnn' torrid on I past.
Hearts only draw more near;
And ailent sympathies of love
Strike deeper year by year:
When every little fault la aeen,
And every Heeling iiumhI,
And all the nobler impulse
Are shared and understood.
Vet still our secret, separate dread
Will sometimes cloud each mind;
Ah! which must face this cruel world
When left alone bchindl1
-W, K. II. Uvky In Uuidon Spectator.
Matrimonial Advice for Young Women
Itov. Dr. John A. Brooks prviwlunl ro
ot'iitly ou marriage-. Among other things
ho said: "A young lady ought never to
marry until sho is innturod, nnd then
when she tiuds a man to suit her she
ought to marry him. But do not marry
to ktvp from being nn old maid. Old
maids tiro honorable. Nearly all tho
women who have figured in history as
ptx'ts, orators, composers and queen
have boon old timid. Do not marry a
stingy man. Ho will always bo com
plaining of your exiH-nditures, and will
refuse you tho necessary money to insure
your happiness and will lead you
miserable life. Do not marry a fop or
dutulv. His brains are all in his heels
and clothes. While he may be a good
thing for the girls to play with, he would
to an awful thing to live with.
"Do not marrv a liuv man. for even if
possessed of gold it will soon be dissi
patea, and lie win not nave tho energy
to earn a living. Do not marry
stranger, vou ought to know the man
and his antecedents. These might bo
such as would shame you and bring sor
row upon your heart, enturo slowly
Do not marry simply for money. Money
may take wings and fly away and leave
you with nothing to love and admire.
Do not marry un immoral man. His as
sociation with you would drag you down
to his own moral level. Do sure that tho
man you marry is au honest man in all
things. Let him be an industrious man
and he will build up a home ami main
tain it with all the necessities and com
forts of life. Do sure he is possessed of
manliness, and finally that he has love
and reverence for God. A man who
does not love and honor God will uot
love and honor his wife." Kansas City
An ingenious little instrument called
the garterphono has recently been in
vented which, attached to my lady's
garter, registers the distance she walks
each day. The physical culture craze
has put an end to the reigu of tho Ian
guid belle. V omen go in for all sorts
of outdoor sports, and just now walkin,
is the fad. The heroine of the hour
the woman who has walked the greatest
number of miles a day. Hitherto it has
been impossible to determine to a nicety
the distance covered in a given time, as
when a day is spent in the deviating
peregrinations of a shopping tour. Now
the young woman proudly exhibits her
garterphono to admiring friends, and it
is not unusual for the little machine to
register five or sis miles, and even ten
The young woman who was too lazy
to walk and yet who did not wish to be
entirely out of the race, sat in the ham
mock all day enjoying a novel, while
she swung her pretty foot back and
forth, thereby attaining the same result
on her garterphone aa her more ener
getic sister. tian Francisco Examiner
A Women's Hospital.
The New Vork Women's hospital has
received some much needed assistance of
late, including 100,000 from Morris K.
Jesup, in memory of his mother, the in
come of which is to be devoted to those
who are unable to pay their board at
the hospital. From the Fayerweather
estate a fund of $10,000 has been re
ceived, and the executors have decided
to add 200,000 ami oue-half of the ulti
mate residuary estate. These gifts will
enable the hospital to change its present
noisy quarters to a more desirable loca-
tion, and to provide a more commodious
home for the many suffering women who
come here for aid. Nearly 700 indoor
patients have been treated the past year,
over one-third of whom were free pa
tients, and as many more have received
aid outside of the building. New York
The Founder of a Girls' School.
Mrs. Harriet L. Packer, whose sudden
death in Brooklyn a few days ago
brought a sense of loss and personal be
reavement to many Brooklyn homes,
was a woman of rare grace and beauty.
Her air of distinction was as marked as
her sincerity and nobility of character.
In 18o3 her liberal gift of funds to endow
the Packer institute set in motion a train
of educational influences which have
benefited not Brooklyn only, but the nu
merous other towns from which Packer
students come. Mrs. Packer belonged to
the Church of the Pilgrims, of which
Rev. Dr. Storrs is the pastor. She was
the widow of William S. Packer, who
died iu 1851
The Russian Itoot for Women.
The Russian boot is a veritable boon
for women who suffer with chilled feet
indoors. It is fashioned of red leather,
flannel lined and edged at the top with
narrow black fur. An odd nickel chain
fastens across the instep. Shoe and
A Grand Girl.
A Cherrytield girl living two miles
from school has not been absent or tardy
for a day during an attendance of three
and a half years. The distance traveled
in the time strings out 3,640 miles. Lew
Dear Against Deer.
Miss Maggie Casey, of Grant's Pass,
was attacked by a pet deer the other day,
and but for tho timely arrival of assist
ance would have been killed. Portland
A tlEKALO Or Til K IM'ANT VIC Alt.
flip the last thirty yearn or more tioin the
century, and the segment will represent tho
term o( the iinlioutided popiilailly ol lloMct
ter Stomach Itinera. I'he opening ol the year
IS'.M will be slunallred by the appcaiauec ol a
(rcsh Almauax o( tho HUicm, in w melt I lie uses,
derivation and artlott ol this wol Id iamoui
medicine will be lucidly set forth. Kverylmdy
should read it. The calendar and est roiioiuli ul
calculations to lu loiuid in this luoehure are al
waa astonishingly accurate, and the statistic,
illuMtallons, humor and oilier reading matter
rich In iuteresi and lull oi proilt. The llosti't
ter tviuwuiy of ritlsbing, I n., publish it llii'iu
s. kes I'hey employ more than sixty hands In
the mechanical work, and more than cli'Vcu
mouth In the year areeoiiMiiiicd In Its prepara
tion. It can be obtained, w llhout coi,of all
druuitlsls and country dealers, ami Is pt tiiO'd In
Kuglish, tienuan, Trench, Welsh, Norwegian,
Swedish, Holland, llohemiau and Spanish.
He is miss guided youlhwho doci
thing his sweetheart asks hint to do.
I'KKVKNTION ItKITKIt THAN f I UK.
It is no easy thing to cure lung trouble
when it once fairly gels a hold upon the
system. It can easily be prevented by the
use of Am.cocr's I'okoi h l't,.sTrus. Just
as soon as any intimation of soreness about
the lungs or stillness of the joints appears,
put on one of these plasters, and you will
bo sure to gain great advantage.
(so also with rheumatism. A cold is a
comparatively slight tlitng. The applica
tion of an A i.l .cock's I'okoi s I'i vnikh to
any part allected by it will not only relieve,
but overcome it. If, however, the cold gels
a tirm hold on the joints and muscles,
rheumatic pains are not so quicklv over
come. I o cure is good, to prevent is bet
ltKVNtiKKTii's I'n.Ls will relieve rheuma
tism. It takes some people a long time to find out
the difference between pour health Hint religion.
IIOITT'S SflloOI. KOIt HOYS,
Millbrae, San Mateo county, t'al., preiwres boys
for university or business.' iiraduutes admitted
to the State and Stanford I'niversltles without
examination. Next term begins January '.' si.
Send for catalogue. Ira li. Iloitt, I'll. 1 , Master.
An observant advertiser declares that "what
every woman wants Is something around her."
KlldS KHK-tll AMI
t I II Kit.
Ml KM Kit VK
For shipping or for private use preserve w ith
Anti-Kkkhkntink, a cheap, harmless, simple
ami perieet process, for sale by druggists ami
grocers, vt rite tor circulars.
SNM.I., 11KI lll I A WtlOP.VKP CO.,
Agents, Portland, Oregon
The female w ho holds up her elongated skirts
is not necessarily a train rohher.
CATAKICII CANNOT UK (I'ltKll
With I.OCAI, AITI.If ATloSS, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease, f atarrli is a blond
or constitutional disease, and in order to cute it
von must take internal remedies. lluH'st atarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is uot a quack medicine. It was prcscnta-d
nv one ot me ta-si t.n v-u-inns in mis countrv
for vcars. and Is a regular prescription. Ills
Comsised of the best tonics known, combined
wini tne nest moon puritiers. acting iireetly on
the mucous surfaces. The sTf. ct combination of
the two ingredients Is w-imt proiinees such won
lertiii results tu curing catarrh, semi tor testi
monials, free. V. J. CHUNKY A CO.,
Props., Toledo, o.
Sold by druggists; price, 7i lent.
Tf tli.i fr.wV i.nuf i.i.tu imieli Titin.t.r Iriinui.rM
w ill be an unnecessary luxury.
Use Buamellne Stove I'ollah; no dust, no tmell.
Try Oirmea for breakfast.
IT'S RATHER TOO MIVH FOR YOU
the ordinary, bulky
pill. Too Uk to take,
und too much disturb
ance for your xor sys
tem. Tho smallest,
a.Li.l l.tlnl'. m,.l lM.f
V7vi re l'r- 1 ''croc's lieas-
VP l ant IVllets. They leave
' W As out all the disturlmnco,
but yot tlo you moro
good. Tbeir lielp fci.tfa.
tion, Hilious Attacks,
Biek or Hilious Head
aches, and all derange
ments of the liver.
stomach, and bowels are prevented, relievod,
and permanently cured. Thoy're guaran
teed to give satisfaction, or your money la
If you're suffering from
Catarrh, the proprietors
of Doctor Sage's Catarrh
Remedy nsk you to try
their medicine. Then, If
you can't be cured, they'll
pay you $500 in cash.
TORS on Installments. Best makes.
.owest prices. Send for catalogue.
IV. C. KKACII, lllpoil. On I.
i i m -v
ST. JACOBS OIL
A HOLIDAY PRESENT
In the Jewelry Line ia
can get what
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
Moore's Revealed Remedy.
Astoria, Orroon, Jannary 10. I oan state with pleasure that by the use i.
MOOSE'S REVEALED REMEDY my husband wax relieved from an old cane
KHKUMAT1BM and my youngest boy cared entirely of INFLAMMATORY KHKt
MATiaM when the beet doctor I could get did him no good. Yoars In rratttad
.VW WV.M !l
She Was Blind
Willi scrofula In the eye could barely distin
guish between I ti x 1 1 1 1 1 and ilaiUuess. I liml,
her to numerous experts and hospitals and eavo
up 111 dlspalr. A friend advised me to give
and marvelous to relate, It has completely te
stored In r slgbl and riven lu r perfect health,
f MAS. A. AbAMs, St. All ans, VI.
HoOd'8 PUIS cure sick ticadini.e, lilloui
tiess, slid all liver Ills. "..V. a box.
Uue tout a doeo.
Tms Giikat Cotroii
i iia iruiuptly cuit
where all others full,
Coughe, Croon, Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and
Asthma. For comumptien it lis no rival;
baa cured thousand, and will t'l'HS Toil if
taken In tlmo. hold oy linigglate on a guar,
ante. For n Itmn I tack or Chest, nan
BHILOH'S BELLADONNA FL AS T bH.isj.
Have you v ain li I This remedy isiriiaran.
teed to cure you. I'rloo,i0ot. lnjuciorfree.
ThlsTra.ta Murk lion tbetx-at
'ro A. I. TOVi:R. IU iSTi )N. MASS.
A. P. A RMsTuos.it, Principal.
J. A. sr,i, Secretary,
" Iteaiillful fataloKun !'''. .Ma
ITCTTTVC 1TTXfl known h? nnWnri
like ijrsitlra:ijji, on lnt.'n) lU hln
mhfn wrin. Tnm f.irr'i :ft 1:I.1N).
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iMot-rMi ttininrn, Up vk itWM7, mfntMpir
ft r nisV" Ml (Mir, l'f t .m. Ilrnral"1
gruuuL Ar. l!viuk'), J 'lnntvit. lUn. i'sk
- FOR CHILDREN TEETHING -Far
sale by all I'rurrl.u. Ua I ruts m ltl.
Ia a Special brand of Iliiriilug OH, which wi
manulacturo expressly for FAMILY I'SK.
IT IH A PKItKKCT II I I MIN TOK.
IT IN IIIOII KMIK I f HI.
IT IH OK UMKIIKU QI'AI.ITV
ne guarantee it to be tho hiiiiiknt poshibh
OKAIlIt or II.M'MINATINn oil. Ask for It.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
always welcome. You
you want at
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Clocks, Spectacles, Spoons, Opera-
IK YOUR BI'KINICSS JlOKS NOT PAY
Chickens are eaxlly and succcxxfiill'
rained by using the Petaluma ln
cubators and Brooders, our n-
lublralcd catalogue tells all about It.
1 Irsv U 1 1 m n l
Don't buy any but the Petaluma if you want strong, vigorous chicks
We are Pacific Coast Headquarters for Hone and Clover Cut tern, Mark
ers, Hooks, Caponizing Tools, Fountains, Flood's Kotip Cure, Alnrrk
Poultry Cure, Creosozone the great chicken-lice killer and every other
article required by poultry raise. Hee the machines in operation at
our exhibit with the Norwalk Ostrich Farm, Midwinter Fair, hatching
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srlllMK ( iiot e irs ill
wholesale ili p, il tn lo
the coiistiinrr. All we
wiiiit to s.iv Is Hi's : It
you leiilly w:int to luiv
your lilvt h; Iv'II.S jis
tlicv sliiuiUI hr l iitifjii,
seiul lot our pike Isl.
S.IIIIC W ill 1'C lti.il If. t lice
Ol ill.ile,c oil i'pplh .iHoil.
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Vr a it i nr.
3 vr PILLS
m mm m sx
y A t.'ILD FlIYSIQ
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A movement of Uip hnwrln i h (Uy im iwwMry fnr
haallh. 1 Im (Hilt utii't'ly 'I'" ysi'iit Iti
m Ah It rrn-ihir. '1 In f I'lim toil -lifi, tnt'iru Hi
W.yf sllttt rlnr tlifl ('.illlrlhill t'-HlT Oltlt
utrlhta, t'hfv at milcMr, pniOiT (fi'l1 ml' '"hru
ttir iilltin. Tu o-Mivtm you of i tit r mwriu
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Thin favorite hotel In under the luauag 'iiient
of CM A HI. KM MoNTtiuMKKY. and l a g .. . If
uot the la-nt Kaiully and lluniiivx .Men's II. .lei
III San Kraiieliieo.
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rconi vr ilav, tl ', II V.'i and .'.ti; h ird
anil riaon per wee.k, 7 tu hiiikIc riniiiu 'a
to II. Kreu coaeh to and I nun imlel.
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t.'urei ltrlKhl'a DIeaM', lieliiillon or Noii-ro-lenlloii
of t rine, I'alim in the Hut k, Lnliin or
Cures Intemperance, Servoni liiM-aiek, i.i-iieia
llehlllty, Keimile H eakiieh ami Ku rorv
Cure lllllouanewi lleadacho, Jiinndlce, Hour
Stomach, llynpep-la, Coiihtlpaiioii and I'llen.
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and llowrlt, re-torltiK them tu a health v ac
tion, and 'l III: when all other medicines
fall. Hundred have heeu saved who have liouu
given up to die by frlenda and phylclans.
NOI.II HV Al.l. IHII i.UlHiS.
IK ViH' WANT AV
I NCI IIATOH, you
mnly want a unod
one. So m-imI fnr cal
ahiKnu iiml li-xtlmo.
nliil", free, o Iho
IJI'KKN c I V INCH
It A I Olt CO.,.'rcm11it
I'oiltlv lyOnrnd with VeiCKtulile Iteiuedlef
Have cured tliounanda of enaes. Cum ranen pro
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lyrnptoma illnapponr ; In Ion ilajsal limnl twn-llilrili
ill rnipti)mit reiimvocl. Bend fnr free hunk testliiio.
dais of nilraculniis rurea. Ten day' treatment
roe hy mall. If you order trial, seiid'ltle. In stninps
.rpav pustiixn. Hit, 11.11 (JiiitKN HoK,Ailiiiila,tin,
f vim iinlertrlal return this advurtlnuiueiil to us
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ucar ia, rro.eriie. opera and I'liiy linoks, elc.
ftirnlKhed at ureutly reilueed ratea and in supe'
rlor qualitv hy tlieoldent, InrKcHl, hest renowneii
and therefore only reliable Thmlriml Suvulu
loime mi the I'nriHi- ( i:.r.., ,
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Melted. Homihticin A Co., 2ft, '28 and iio O'Karrell
street, also Mi Market street, Han KranclNco We
supply all Theaters nn the t'oanf, to whom we ro
m uir iy :::rr.u,s,
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countiy; a team, Ihoutfli, i not m-ccmai y ; few
i X ,, i . , 1 v,l'i ""' nnurs nuiv
he liven tu ir,.u.l ii, N, ti i., i. ... i:
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Co., 11th and Main Mtreela, Kiel mil, Va.
Set the Genuine!
FRANK W(MIL8KY, Agent. PortUnd. Or.
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N. P. N. TJ. No. 622-8. F. N. U. No. 695