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Tho regular 1.25 lino
Put down to Red Itock for
LINES Ladies' Shirt
in uregon. mis m uik .uium .-m'iw
spring. All new patterns.
Lot No, 1
mndo and perfect fitting
T of TMn 9 Fanny fltriws with three rows
JUOl J.XO, C, of ufokinu. Kent patteriiH.
Kino quality. Also plain Clark. bluonndplnk.,-,. ,
Rest values for the price ever shown owc' cacii.
Lot No, 3
tucks threo Inched apart,
very stylish waist
NEW CRASH SKIRTS:
med Crasli Skirts. Latest
to $2 each.
JJ. DALfl jYMPLE
An AllSeeing Eye
In a norfeet ovo if it doe all thlnus per
fectly. If your oyea cannot see all Ihtiiun
'an otherH neo them," your eyesight
miidt Ihj defective, and needs aid. When
imHttiiui hv Htei) in and I will examine
your eyes free of charuo, and if they
noed glasses I will adjust them per
fectly to the sight.
Broken lencH replaced and fruition to
Oculist prescriptions a sjH'ohtlty.
Artificial eyes at reasonable prices,
fair; Thursday fair and
DATES OF LOOAL EVENTS.
Juno 30. Coinmenceinunt Interstate
Musical ConHervatory, Etta AiuluricWUI
July 4 Celehratlon at Salem.
y The Daily Journal has
g more subscribers in Salens
6 :mH n.iid'Ut) ones :it that.
than any other newspaper.
Ice Not Qiven Away
I cannot afford to give Ice away,
am soiling a pure annuo ni a
U wiliiM iiiowhui oi an.
GltYSTAL IcK WoiiKH.
J. M. McOuIre, l'rop. 0 15 tf
Ice Very Neaily Qlven Awy,
Wo can tilvu Ico awny, to convince you
coino tend aeo tiow nig a chunk you get
for little money. Our ico U manufac
ture from pure distilled water.
Cnr.ltid Ice WnrkH,
6 8tf Ki.inuku & Hkoic.
"E.O. Neal.rocorder of Llnu county,
to well after it mvcio lllnesa. Dawsqivii
Herb Tea did It." 0 IN tf
V ry r
- KjrOlTlSL IaSTX 0r
k. . -r. .. . va iyi
ly m wo av end are
ing our entire stock at
ni riuitr uu&r iu
Parasols at half tf
..... .. .
yiAi-F I'KJUK. TJiero areuome nice things left in llluok m White- uuil PmiicI
EwTake look at them.
iCL wri .. .
'm4 yK can save money on anything you
CDIIyLIS BROS.& CO.
M$ST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTQPPICB,
' $km, OREGON.
IM j4tiM,Mlm Whit KU GIai 15 eut pair.
Wc have made preparation (or tlio
outburst of Loynlty which will Ihj
displayed on our
This year and our stock of
In larpu red, white and bluo stripe;
red, white and blue with star.
4c and 5c
Waists that cannot be equaled
!.. ... t..lU rliiiMiinnf fhic
complete lino oi up-io-iiato i
in fancy Htrii.es, wclicrv. ..
uwv-' ""' l
Plain blacks, iiowblues, pinks:
handsomely fixed with white
edged with white. A .
. . 4
New lines of plain and trim-
st cut, best qualities. $1.25
& COMPANY. j
FERSONAL AND LOCAL
MerchautM are ref)eclfully notified
that the dally program, m'oru card ami
advertising privileges of the Oregon
Htate Fair have heen awarded to E. It.
I'lagg. Your patronage will noon lw )
llcited. 0 I'll It
H. 0. Spencer, of Portland In In the
James Glcnson of Portland In In the
II. W. Wallace went to Portland
II. Ilodget. went to Portland
John Ninth of llopuwull spent the day
Then, DiiIIoIho of St. Paul wan In Ha
Dr. Rnrrish of .Monmouth was In Ha
J. M. I-ong, city attorney for Portland
is In town.
C. M. Loekwonk went to Portland
.1. MuKinuouof Perrydale wan a Sa
lem visitor today,
K. U. Peutlaud, of Independence wiih
in town yeHterday.
Mr. and Mr. W. K. Sorlmr dntveovor
to MoiMnoiith tiNlay.
Prof. .1. M. Murllndulo, of Allmny,
wa In the elly yeatenlay.
MIhh llnmi (lage went to Portland thin
morning to vblt relatlveH.
K. I.. King, of thoaHvlum force. Ih In
Portland for a wliort vUlt.
MIm Katie Wluniler, of ImleiHindenco,
wax a Kalem vlnitor today.
Hylviwlor Manning of Oerval did
huglueHH in Snhim today.
( hai. V. Ileln, the Aumnvlllo
ehant, wan a Salem vUltor today.
Mrn. W. H. Morw returned yeHterday
from Allmny whure nho hud Wen vIhR.
It. I). Holman linn genu to Albany to
nlt In wiiiih wrk uu the olty Water
Mlwt Franco Morrow luft yontunlay
for liar home ut Warm Spring Indian
Mlwi Helen ltammlwl, of Portland,
who had heen vUltlng friuiuU in Salem
J. W. Sorllnir, aceomunltil by hid
father C. W. Borllier returned to Kant
urn Oregon yesterday.
N. Niehol, the ehvtrlcan, returned
from Independence thin morning, where
he had been doing hoiiio work.
MUD Adallno Sehllller who had been
visiting in thU olty returned to her
home in Iiulopoiutmtue last evening.
' Suinmur Cl are goiiig out rupldlv
LSuie w iu wttnruuoi
OUT OUU UlTSUN'ItSS, and
ami are offer-
ice w iw f
er any qt our line
. . t04k af ParuQlgnt
tl ..PutttsQiiU 0R
KOod nwwrlment -et and vmi oun
iiieui in nisi wunv we isuu lor liioni In
:- ... . ... :. . . i . . ,--..-...
y buying It fnniniH. TRY IT.
Hoborl Kcid, of Marlon, wad in the
city yesterday, Ho report tho rain
th(rc much lighter than at Turner and
that crojis are looking well. Much ood
is being hauled into Marion for the rail
road comHiuy. Work Igalno being done
on tho hendgated and dyked of the Sid
ney mill race.
K. R. Wlllard, who haa boon posting
bill nil over Marlon, Polk and Linn
counties, returned last night and roortfl
the the crop oulook due and nays that
the crops in tho hill country id the
finest it has been for yoard.
Fanner C. Zimmerman, was in Saloin
this morning ho looked iih though he
had been at the siege of Paris, but all
this is a mistake; he had only been
prodded with an elk's horn. He will
hereafter wear n buck tooth.
Key. Itoland McKillop and J. II.
Henderson, pastor and trustee of tho
First Unptist church of Salem, went to
Portland this morning to attend tho
Ilaptlnt Association meeting.
Miss Margaret Itaymnml, who has
been assistant matron at the blind
school, left today for a "iiminer vacation
at Oakland, Douglas county, at the
home of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harrott, of Hep
ner, who have been visiting in Portland
for some time, took n trip to Hidoin, re
turning today. Mr. liarrett was well
pleased with fialem.
Mas. O. W. Forsytho, of California,
arrives this morning ami Is stopping at
tho Salem with Mr. Forsytho of tho
Daukerd' Life Insurance Co., who may
locate at Salem.
MIhh Charlotte Heltenbrand roturucd
yesterday from Protlaud. Miss Ilellen
brand was called there by the critical
Illness of her grandmother who has not
Judge Iranian, of Huntington, was a
Salem visitor yesterday, coming
down from Independence where he is
Miss liertha It. Snell, of Portland,
who has 1k!ou the guest of Missed Klein
went to Koseburg today for n visit.
Win. Miller who has been here from
Ontario, arguing cases before the su
preme court returned home yesterday.
Mrs. V. J. Wilkerson, of Portland,
who has Im'cu visiting Mrs. Far
rar here, returned to her homo today.
Mrs. F. It. Mitchell, of Pendleton,
who has Ihhjii the guest of Mm. John
Dultette, left today for Sail Jose.
F. 0. Peerlo, of tho Mitchell, IjwIs &
Staver Co. of Portland, id in the city
looking after business.
Mrs. A. Madison wont to Portland to
day for a short visit with Mrs. U'O and
II, A. Magness, the wood merchant of
Wheatland, was in this city today.
Attorney Frank Kellogg went south
today on some legal business.
lleorgo HoU wont to Portland tcslay.
Adjutant Oeneral Tuttlo is hi the city.
r Ours Cunaiiutlori rorevii.
TaUo OicurelN UuuilvCatliurlla lOo orlio.
ft 0. U. O. tail to cure, )ruK(Uu retupu raouey
His Lecture at the M. 12. Church Well
"Man's Greatness shown by his nc
hievmont," was the subject of Dr. Mi
Clish'd lecture at tho First M. K.
Church, Tuesday evening. A very fair
audience turned out, ami they weio well
pleased with tho lecture.
The speaker ascended the platform at
8: 15 aim was introduced by Mov. John
He commenced hid talk with the
words of JamuH A. (lurlleld: "1 have
more rcscot for a boy than for a man."
Also gave women ciedit for belonging to
the genus homo, ami said that tho sub
ject of his lecture Included Imth sexos.
lie told u number of anecdotes calcu
lated to raise a laugh, including many of
the old favorites which we always enjoy.
"Man is a laughing animal," lie said
and proved It.
He told of the sciuutille method of
making a draw ing of a plant; taking
not ouo svlnuin for a model, but com
bining the best points of different spec
imens. This would Ih his method of
drawing a picture of man. Ho would
collect of the splendid oimllthm exhib
ited by different men of different aged,
and of these fragments construct the
He was not hero to discus tho origin
of man. Man was here, and the lectur
er's object was to point out the truth
and save man from wasting his splen
"iirsi, man mis a ixsiy ; noisaspirlt.
Ho devoted n short tlnio to a discussion
of tho marvelous processus by which
tho lMxly is preserved and removed, and
the mechanism by which tho Isxlv
carries out the wishes of tho soul. "The
ancient Greeks never dreemed of
their gods accomplishing half what your
telegraph does today." "Man uxpecU
tomorrow to rme inonir in snips ami
draw from the elements about him the
maturiul for his food."
Tho speaker was lightly applauded
when ho said that there aru now no
foreign countries except the Philippines
and they are not a foreign countrs
since American blood has leen shod
there. Ho was heartily applauded
when he spoke for the Nicuruuguaruual.
"Man's body is a tabernacle, which
borrows Its glory from the soul within;"
ami the 8KiuV.ur turned his attention to
Perception, roJlevtion, imagination,
memory wore enlarged upon as powers
of tho human mind, and the will as the
eoiitrollliu; motor of all.
He enlarged upon man's uohiowinwnts
in me items oi incuimnioal contrivances,
of oratory, music and art, and drew tho
conclusion that tho human mind is cap
able ofbotier things than it has yet
The reverend gentleman k an enter
taining speukur, has guod vuk-w ami
knows how lo brine out the ltoini of u
story, ami listening to his lecture is a
very plwiMint way of whlliug away an
Idle hour and a naif. He was teium!
timed Interrupted by applause ami
laughter. Tho tuulleuee wtu largol)
made up of tudtus. So far tut this reportw
uould wsj, lhy did not ourv the
Golden Utile in the nmtter of hate, onl'
ono, a mwt and attmcthe young KirT,
Nu-To-lir ,ur rtfljr Vcut.
Ouarautofd tobawo habit our, inak xk
u tretm, bleoJ pum. S.L AUUruUU
from nl Inn Mtvmi
wrlUts; "I sulToriHl
or eight years. No remedy gave me
rtllor uuill IVWltf Wltolt Iluiel
bulve," iHjrfvotly harmless, Stone's
Work was liegan u a nvvv $000
tlenceon the J. IL Skitui- ua uu m
Htekyttt strvot. MMltktu Fiester km
are thow who nkl
ow w-hfi nkl ta nruloitg umr lldv
OOiJ dew R. You vf!l flujl tlw
Iuia.n.d BtVuHsrUtd a Bruuwu X
Following card is published by several
of the ladies at the heads of committees
on tho volunteers' reception :
Realizing that, perhnj, tliero are
others better qualified to perfect the
work of arranging for tho reception of
our soldier boys on their return from
Manila, nnd desiring perfect harmony
in this movement, and believing that
those who have so recently taken the
matter in charge are well qualified for
the work, and ourselves being willing to
work in any way for tho real interest of
the cause, wo, tho respective chairman
of the various committees, do hereby
resign. Mrs. Z. F. Moody, Mrs. A. h.
Gilbert, Kittie W, Harlwrd, Mrs. 0. S.
Whilo these ladies resign from the
committees on the Volunteer's Recep
tion, none will be found with more love
and loynlty in tholr hearts, and who will
contribute enthusiastically to'receivethe
Oregon soldiers than thev. They are
among the foremost patriotic ladies of
this city, who encouraged the soldiers
when they departed, worked for their
comfort when the government was
neglecting tlieiy, and who never ceased
to labor for tliolr welfaro until assured
that no more relief work was wanted.
They are not the kind who pin their
patriotism on tneir sleeves and go
about advertising that others ure less
patriotic than they are. All the money
voluntarily contributed to tho finance
committee under their organization has
been returned ttnd accounted for, it
record that some of tho Salem olitic
inns would do well to emulate.
"Um tho Hitinple of Herb Tea left ut
your Home, It win do you good."
0 21 tf
Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns.
cuts, bruises, and Ivy-poifonlng,
quicKiy ucaiea oy uewiti's witcn
lliizel salve, prevents blond nolsoulni
"DoWltt's" Is BAKimnd suiiK, titone's
THE OLD WAY.
Of Treating Dyspepsia and Indigestion
by Dieting a Dangerous and
Wo say the old way, hut really It is a
very common one at tho rcsant time
and many dysjtcpticd nnd physicians as
well consider tho llrst step to tako in
attempting to cure indigestion is to diet,
either by selecting certain foods and
rejecting others or to greatly diminish
the (inanity usually taken. In other
words tho starvation plan is HtipX)Bed
by many to bo the llrst essuutial.
Tho id in oil certain failure of the
starvation cure has been proven time
and again, but still the moment dys
pepsia makes its appearance it course of
dieting is at once advised.
All this is radically wrong. It is fool
Ish and unscientific to recommend diet
ing to a man suffering from dyspepsia,
because indigestion Itself starves every
organ, every nerve and every llbro in
What tho dyspoptlc wanta is nbund
nut nutrition, which means plenty of
good, wholesome well cooked food and
something to assist the weak stomach to
tligest it. Tills is exactly the purpose
for which Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are
adapted and this is the method by which
they cure the worst cases of dyspepsia,
in oiuer wonis tno paueni cats plenty
of wholesome food and Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets dlgont it for him. In tills
way the system Is nourished and the
overworked stomach rested, because the
tablets will digest tho food whether the
stomach works or not. One of the tab
lets will digest 3,000 grains of meat or
Your druggist will tell you that
Stuart's Tablets Is tho purest mid safest
remedy for stomach ttoitbles and every
trial makes ono mom friend for this ex
cellent preparation. Sold at M) cents for
full si zed jHtckage at all drug stoics.
A little book on can ho and cure of
stomach discuses mailed free by address
ing F, A. Stuart, Co., Marshal Mich
Restaurant for Sale Cheap,
A llrst-chtss restaurant fur sale cheap
in Independence the only ouo in tho
city. Must ho sold by the 1st of July
Kuiinlro of tho liuioDonduuco
prlho, Independence, Or,
"What might hnyo boon" Is the
sad rellcotlon of thousands or con
sumptives. One Minute Cough Cure
cuius coughs and colds. Stone's Drug
lixoursion to 'Frisco.
Dr. C. W. Iktrr, of holxmon, who has
had wide oxeriouoo as an excursion
manager, exists wtrly in August to
iwrfoci an excursion to San Francisco
for tho benefit of such us would enjoy
that fora summer outing. He exacts
to secure a ntto below ouo regular fare
fur the round trip, ami all who wish
to avoid thcniMilvesof the opportunity
should ourrosiHind with him at an curly
date for full JMtrtlciilars. 7-tf
DoWltt's Little Kurly Risers bon
oilL porniitnonily. Thoy lend gentle
assistance to nature, curing constlpu
tlun and liver ailments. Stone's Drug
NO VAC.VriO.N.-MiM Sheltou will
contmuo her music classes during the
summer without interruption. Pupils
received at any time. Terms reus
unable. Studio. 178 Front street.
Soft Oruhh Huts.
Ufoyel I Iuh.
Ami the tltottaml and ane Utln for
iHiiHHir itM) ami summer wear, ai
lew wet rackwt prhws far chsIi my.
Nu dwiHtnU fur anybody-.
Sold doens of the. (.itMti-nutel
fur a ytmr.
Sec us for Fireworks.
.,, nn.ini m iiawrt i'iiimii
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
J M Long, Jiinica uieson, nain iv
Duneway, Maurice Winter, Ktliel Bent
ley, A N Smith, Otto Guthatn, D I D
t, t'"' v-,.1.1.. i.. II V. VnMn. f. if
Tucker, Portland; Louis Floss, Corbett;
James C Murray, W P Smith, J 0
Thomas, J S King and wile, fan ran
cieco; Kugcne L Lfrinsky, . .ork
8 Newmann, Jamestown, . i , a "
ni,i. .t r. Punch, st Louis. Me: II F
Tcnson, L A Johnstone, J K Uourke, 0
L Isolar, Ulilcago Joint a jninuii,
Ted Uaker, California.
COTTAGE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
CPUryant.LT Uarin, Portland; 11
A Whitier, Seattle ; Calvin Kiscr, Butte-vltl..-.InM
Slnrhle lioscmnn Mont.: A
Gllmore, San Francisco; Noel II Jacks,
Horace 0 Leslie, Oakland, Calif.
A publisher can make 40,000 lwoks for
two-thirds the price he can make JO.000
each of four different kinds. It is just
so in bicycle building. The Overman
wheel company are this year bending
every energy to produce only one model
mid that tho best model thoy have ever
mndo. Nothing but the higest grade of
material and workmanship is used nnd
more wheels are lsjing built of this one
model thnn Imveevcr been built by them
in any single year of all modelscombined.
Whore Victors nro known this is fully
appreciated, as tholr unprecedented eale
this season confirms., "Oil Victors or
Victorias" are fully $50. value and you
can get them now for 40. Spinroller
chainless 75. II. S. Gilo it Co., agents.
Ticket Agent Skinner, of the S. P.
Co., announces speciul excursion tickets
on salons follews:
Round trip to tho Los Angeles Na
tional Kductlonal Association conven
tion, with membership coupon atone
Yaqulnn Bay excursion tickets good
to October 10 for the round trip $4.50.
Thoro will bo a Saturday night
ticket, good to return on Monday at n
sill lower rate.
Mrs. Clint II. Monroe and Miss Van
Winklo. of Portland, are visiting at tho
home of Jos. Woodford on East Kerry
A diseased stomach undermines
health. It dulls tho brain, destroys
tho nervous system. All dyspeptic
troubles are cuied by wouoi uyspepsin
Cure. It has cured thousands of cases.
Its inarcdlcnts arc such that It can't
help curing. Stone's Drug Stores.
BARLOW. At his homo in Spokane,
Wash., Monday, Juno 2(1, 181)!), C. A.
Barlow, aged itliout 40 years.
The deceased was an old Salemlto,
having Imjcii employed as Hitervisor
at the state iusuue asylum from the
time that institution was located here
until Dr. L. L. Rowland's administra
tion. For tho mist eighteen years he
has served as license insiiector in Sjxi
kaiie. He was the grandson of Joseph
Lane, deceased, a formor governor of
this state, a brother-ln- aw of Mrs. T.
II. Hubbard, and a son-in-law of Mrs.
M. J. Kaiser, both of this city, who
were yesterday apprised by telegraph of
The black team belonelng to J. D
Stevens, ran away from in front of the
Ed Cross market, spun up Commercial
street, and recognizing tho influence of
n good newspaper stoned short opposite
the Jouiinai. olllce. One of tho horses
tore loose and was captured at Huff
man's Hvcry with one badly skinned
Make No J
In buying Con- (
densed Milk. ' '
Take no sub- '
stitute for the J(
There are cheaper and In
ferior brands to the Eaglo,
but none that equal It. It
has stood first for forty
years. Sen4 (or Recti Btok,
BOCOCVS C0HDINSID MttK CO K Y.
Blending tea it improves just the
same a blending coffee for good flavor.
And we blend a tea call Yanuitdilro
Blend. Wo tako tho special kinds for
blending and it will not get black when
it stands. The leu has n lino flavor,
therefore it drinks well when hot or
Try n on and we know you will find it
YOKOHAMA TEA STORK.
Telunhono Red 2001.
Another lot of
Now on the way. There are
others but thev are not quite
so smooth. The way these
Tribunes run is whut worries
the ruler of other makes. Try
all ot them, then try ours.
You'll know the reason why
the Tribune rider always
looks so cool and comforta
ble he s never overworked.
The Ladies Wheel
Is a beautiful plain black.and
runs as easy as the prover
bial dream. SJ6 cash
Good Suit of
Buys a Suit
Well worth $12,50
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RA6KET!
Cor Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore,
Your Lunch Basket
WW contain the creme-do-la-cremo of
choico foods if you muko your selections
irom our delicious jams, jellies, am tied
meats and relishes, crackers, sardines.
etc. When propuring for picnics or out
ings, our high grade foods will lw found
particularly toothsome and nourishing.
Our stock of staple and fancy groceries
124 Stato at Telephone 91
By giving their fourth
annual July celebration
on evening of July 3d, at
8:30 o'clock. Races of all
kinds for prizes. Terrific
Fire Cracker scramble,
ending with an elaborate
Fire Works display.
Free to Everyone,
Remember the date.
The Corvullls it Kastern Rail Raul
makes ntto of one faro for the round trip
between all rail and river points reached
by their lines. Tickets good Roing July
8, 3 und 4 limiting return until July 0.
-27-U Ku. C. Hkrkex, Xgt.
Eihtuitlon anu ucaic down followi Ortp '
sVevcnt it U uUn Dr. MlleViJervin.
Have you noticed
The bids for Street Lighting?
45 Arc Lamps, all night $281,25 per month,
200 Gas Lamps, all night, 5666,66 per month.
45 Arc Lamps, until midnight, $225,00 per month,
200 Gas Lamps, until midnight, $458,33 per month
Lowest proposition from Gas Company
100 Lamps until midnight, except moonlight nights,
5202,00 per month,
Lowest proposition from Electric Companyi
35 Arc Lamps until midnight, every night,
$175,00 per month,
Is any CommentNecessary?
Has started slaughtering their
Yes, we will sell you a suit for
Call and see our goods and prices. We will have no trouble
in convincing you that we are selling up-to-date clothing at
a lower price than any other house in the city.
Pretty Organdies, New Lawns, Swiss, Ginghams, Percales,
Dimities, etc. Dainty Chiffons, Allover Embroideries, Laces
of all kinds. Several nice pieces of Tucking, Lace Curtains,
large sizes extreme low prices. Bed Spreads, Table Linens
and Napkins. It will pay you to call and see all our new
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V. . J JL . " JL
gJFw sure to get our prices if you
The fines chain wheel ever turned out of a factory,
Hartfords, strict y high grade, $35,
Vidcttcs, fully guaranteed, $25 and $26,
QROAT & WIL.30N.
K. W. HOLMS.
It. L. DALMXarit.
Have you called at the
If not do so.
See our Wall Paper, and
uei our rrices.
I W. IIB D COMPANY,
303 COMMERCIAL ST.
WO STATE STllKKT. ,
Just received u fun; stock of Ladles'
and Oents' Spring-arid
Will sell for the next 60 days nt the i
lowost prices ever knowj in Salem.
Will be pleased to show patrons our
stock und guarantee satisfaction on
every purchase. Prices the lowest.
immense stock of Clothing.
that other 'stores charge
We are now handling salt, nnd at prices
that make people stare. Nover before
luui 8Ilt been sold so cheap as wo are
belling it. Wholesale and retail.
K. M. WELCH ,
California Junk Shop l
, . . . wi, liides, Copper and rj
Iron, rail before vou soil. H 6 5ml &
5. IIUUUIVOI. 151 Court SL r
plnuu ul Uuiinn Ut f.
WjTtr ,)! to Btor Otmj
Out Kalp diuwi a tntr liui.
RAUKKT F.U01S, 301 COMMSUQIAL 8TRKKT