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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 13 January 1898

,IJI,4Tf"WU "gVWMffg -" g"f"fT" ff The Print Is too Fine most of It Is lintvailats. Dtitt't Injuie your uyes attempting in rend it, Wo mil make It 90 much easier for jou with n pair of spectacles. Wo Iimto no poor Rlasscs our ro.ninon ones are kdoi! (,'Usres In cnm won fannies In fuel, thu only thluK cheap nbotit them Is the price, which .Is nbuut onu-hiilf the usual prices. CALL AND SCU. hUsb Aft I III I I JrK ill 1 . - 5 i ? 1 I 1 p Medicines, O i i 1 L ciwct kraW. F. C TK-A-CTST, DKALKH IX Mfek. ma iH srugs, o-cOptical ooel Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints, Okie, Glass, Putty, otc. Everything usually kept In a First Clues Drug Store. Prescriptions quickly anil accurately compounded. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. riniLiaiiRD Krnnv Thursday. Oillclal County Papor. W. I. IlUUMMOXl), Publisher. F. S. mill Y. 1. MtUMSIOM), r.ilKorR. Entered at postollice nl llenver 0. T. as second oIhss waller April 1'j, 189.1. rniis - - - H co i'i:u yi:au. AnKiiTllNO hatks made known on application. Wi?? 3 ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 20 January 1898

" -? i r i irtwmj a a Tiin Tliu Largest Circulation of nn j Newspaper in West crn Oklahomn. OLDEST KLAHOMA F1EW3PAPER. . .5. s Vol.. XT. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1898. NO. 32. c ' i i '4' H .-V I Jc, ,"- &M j l V ft- r li VTB It If Governor Barnes was espousing the other fido of tlio statehood question thcro would bo less roason for doubting his sincerity. m Tlio Texas Stock and Farm Journal predicts that tho fall of 1SUS will sco transactions in cattlo than any witnessed darinsr tho past year. Tho great short age, visible months ago to men of long experience in tho cattlo industry will then ba an actual, present factor, acting upon tho market in nil its legitimate force. A terrible tornado swept through Fort Smith, Ark., on the night of tho 12th iust., wrecking a largo number of houses and killing about fifty people and wound ing as many more, Tho property loss is estimated at half a million dollars. It is not tho timo of year when people...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 20 January 1898

?fv-A'i'" '"yjwmi "w m The Bearer Herald. W. I. DIIUMMOND, rubllUr. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Sevkntt editors In Germany ore lu jail for lese mnjestc TtlK Chicago inventor who proposed to turn antimony Into gold litis closed his factory. QitRAT IlniTAtN bought produce in tho United States last year to the ex tent of 5578,000,000. Jacob RosxMiEitnKit, a Soudcrton, Pa., farmer, sheltered 1.14S tramps in his barn during the year 1897. Tiik National P.asebnll league has adopted a rutis expelling for life any player using indecent language on tho Held. At the Farmers' Alliance which re ccntly met ntSL Paul, Minn., Ignatius Donnelly declared that of right the farmers should be exempt from taxa tion as tho producers of the wealth of tho country. Dum.vo the year 1807, 037,517 pieces of baggage were handled in tho bag gago room at the Union depot at Kan sas City, Ma This was an average of 2,000 pieces a day nnd shows an in crease over 1890 of 44,734 pieces. It cost tho post otllu...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 20 January 1898

e "ir.-- 9t ) ' k j. 1 i i $ S ,V i IV $ r$ A CASE IN EQUITY, DY FRANCIS LYNDE. Copyright, l&sj, by J. U. Mrplncott Co. XV. Continued. Having set out in htistc, he had am ple time to icpent in leisure. The road, little used nt any time, und practically abandoned since the opening of the railway, soon led away from the valley and ran In tortuous windings nnd In Sonlo'UH doubllngH ocr a spur of John's mountain. At the top of the spur it speedily lost Its identity In n succession of wood roads, and, nftcr following sev eral of the latter to their anlshlng points, l'hlllp gate up the struggle nnd determined to lei the horse find the way If he could. In common with mi equestrian mankind in general, Philip shared the belief in the incrrnnt pnth findhifj Instincts of horse; butnftcrnn othcr hour of hesitant wandering, dur ing which time he had been thrice gar joted by low-swinging branches, and impartially bruised about the legs by the efforts of the horse to squeeze be tween close-gro...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 20 January 1898

XkJftiSt JrfiCtaJfJwiJrtfaiw.mBSfl,ftr E 0 iirw in iitiw,a K' tt l r J J. ft I f i rt , DwwiuiiuiJMJuiiiiiian "IJ'.!!',"1 ) VliT u. X Tho Print Is loo Fine most of II Is nowadays. Don't Injuto your eyes attempting t(i road It, Wo rnn make It so much easier for j oil with :i inlrof spectacles. Wc luivo no poor glassi our common ones Are good glasses lu coin mon frnmes. In fact, tlm onlr tli In li chenp nhout thorn Is tlic price, which Is nhout onu-hnlf the usual prices. CALL AND SKB. IE"1. C. TB dkai.eh 'Optical o-cv DnESa Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, otc. Everything usually kept In a First Clnss Drug 8tnre. Prescriptions quickly nncl accurately compounded. BEAVER, OEtLAHOffiA. tsM l3 The largest and most complete stock uf Dry gamdis , AND 41 d aver brought to llonvcr County. TI1I1 stock wns carefully selected to meet I no demands of Western SS tliuJc pxl s Patent lVjeeltctue, X: 2 And everything usually kept in a first- 3 class Drug Store. Don't get the...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 January 1898

. t." BEAVER HERALD. Tho Lnrgcst Clrcnlntlou of nny Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. THE OLDEST I KLAflOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898. NO. 33. MJ-Ms-pU t .T 4 i J m .? s I . IP ! v., "fl Thoso newspaper fellows up in Kan sas who arc telling that Ingalla is dead, nod that il is nothing but a disembodied apiiit that U ttnlkiog around in tho at tiro of John J., will bo wise if (hey do not go very far away from their holep. We havo known Mr. Ingalla for a good many years, and to our personal knowl edge his political death lien been an nounced about every year; but it would not bo long after such announcement until tho funeral of tho other fellow was announced, and Iugalls always saw to it that tho corpso win ready. Ii'd just, as a fellow is raised. 13. 0. Hull, Rock Island agent at Saltan, Kan- me, was recently offered tho agency of that company at 131 Reno, Oklahoma, with an increases of 850 per month in salary, but refused t...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 January 1898

USB1 umitf- -gtfEt-efg y ic I l , -' 'i LU e . I i 'I it IP ft i r I r I ? ti ll' Tho Bearer Herald. W. I. DHUSOIOND, PuU.br. BEAVER, j OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Bosrrox, it Is BiUilc teachers. said, baa orcr 4,000 A xrs'w hand stamp to be rated for tho cancellation of mall matter will oon be Introduced bjr the post office tie fiartoient at Washington. Leo XIII., as if to disprove all re ports current concerning the alleged failure of his mental and physical powers, has justissuedadntntyrolome of Latin poems entitled "Camilla XoriisSma," which may be translated "latest txjpniv" ItEroirro hare- been receired at Wash ington from the Annapolis naral acad emy which show that the cadet bat talion may toon be composed of spec tacled youths, if the affliction of tho eyes which has overtaken so many con tinues to increase. Fully 50 per cent. of the whole number of cadets arc now -wearing eyeglasses. The cadets arc required to study by tho dismal light of one burner to each room. SEXATon Co...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 January 1898

Vf '-f -p. pfnjgm-? Ss y a t u. 11 fi A CASE IN EQUITY BY FRANCIS LYNDE. Copyrlcbt, 1895. by J. D. Llpptncott Co. xvir. IN X STRAIT DETWIXT TWO. For two whole days, shnnic kept Uic ounff engineer from returning to the farmhouse on the Little Chlvvnsspe, but the urging of the same wholesome emotion mndc him tireless In his efforts to find Thorndyke. ITc ncecptcd his own theory of kidnaping, nnd, after learning from the hotel-keeper nt Cilcnco that Philip hnd set out to ride to Allncoochcc, and that the horse had returned riderless the following day, ho was confirmed In the belief that the young attorney had been waylaid nnd carried off to some isolated cabin on the plateau. Acting upon this conclu sion, ho begnn u systematic search on the mountain; and since his occupation hod made him familiar with every spur and ravine within ten miles of Allncoo ehec, it would have been singular If he hud .fulled to discover Thorndykc's 'asylum. It was late In the nf ternoon of the second day, how...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 January 1898

WWHUM m Y The Print istooFIne-- most of It Is nowadays. Don't Injutc your eyes attempting to road It, Wo ran make It so much easier for jou with n patr of spectacles. Wo hnvo no poor glassesour common ones are pond glasses In com moo frames. In fact, tlio only thine chenp nboiit them is the price, which Is nboiit tine-half tbo usual prices. CALL AND 8KB. nr. c. arzKc-r, DEALER Optical O-Ti-V Drugs, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, etc. Everything usually knpt In ft First Class Drug Store. Prescriptions quickly nnd nccuratcly compounded. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. ?$SW335OT & Tbelargest.nd most complete $ Tbe largest and most complete , oiuca ui. ,... .i..t. . e . W Drv nnnns AND Clothing PA ever brought to neater r5i County. Ill's Mock was A carefully selected to meet PA the demands of Western i irauc -jj W" V( K, .cjwh ki xxi;a m v xsiu a ja xa i IIS, STATIONERY "Patent IVedicine, And everything usually kept in a first- 3 class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 February 1898

"W"1 r"wjf "vy TvffW "WFT "P"" jpwj" Thu Largest Clrcnlntlon of nujr Newspaper In West ern Olilalionin. Tin: pvTOEST MklaILOMjK: HSWSPAPER. nc wmwWiii ijmigim MMjtattjjiiiunBrifmiJLu.i'uu'kruMu.iiJiijiui.iu.tjL,wiiiijiiiuuiMt,'juwMiut.i H" r VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. N,0. 34- i"Wi I 18 w v- F THAT TAX INJUNCTION'. The suit brought against tho collection of that part of tho taxes represented by (ho 73 per cent raise has caused rooro discussion in Beaver couuly than every thing else combined. Tho Herald lias taken considerable interest in tho mutter, and has always been opposed to tho present action of somo of tho tax payers in seeking to evado a tux wliioh even their attorneys in tho caso say is J air and just a tax no greater by reason of tho raise, as far as Beaver county is concerned. Wo have expressed our convictions freely, and from an unprej udiced standpoint. Wo liavo nut had, uud cannot possibly have, any interest in tho c...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 February 1898

lCs j ro ta V i LI I? i! ti 1 1 ?f t , lb P r ; The Beaver Herald. W. I. DHUMMOND, PeBllahw-. BKAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. The ccrolnpTransml&sisslppl exposi tion at Omaha, Neb., will have a Kite of 220 acres as & its Irrigation exhibit will embrace 40 different method. The executive order of President Cleveland withdrawing nearly 19,000. 860 acres of tbe public domain for for estrj reservations will go into effect March L The Chicago Tribune has kept a careful record of lynching for the past 13 months and announces that the total number was 1M, four of them being In Missouri and two in Oklahoma. A Kinr York court recently acquit ted a. man of the charge of ai&anlt and lattery upon bis wife on tbe ground that tbe husband and wife are one, and that one the husband, and that a xaas could not commit assault and bat tery upon himself. WnJJAM Kelly, a machinist at Phil adelphia, Is willing to take his oath that he has not slept or IS years. He goes to bed. howerer, for a...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 February 1898

&- h $ - A CASE IN EQUITY, bY PRANCIS LYNDG, Copyright, 1B95, by J. D. Llpplacott Co.) XV1I1. CONTINVED. TIjc inuunger crept back to his chair again, nnd Shnrpless sat down. "That was a good joke of .yours, Mr. Thorn dyke," ho Bald, with on unpleasant amile. "Of course you know that the orginal value of the land vas next to nothing," "I don't enre to nrguo that point or tiny other. The question between us is simply this: will ,you pay inc $100,000, or shall I gie you in charge for forg ery' ?" While Thorndyke was spenking, Shnrpless was swaying gently back and forth in the pivot-chair, with his right unn lying upon the desk. In the little Interval of silence that followed, th'j lingers of the idle hand sought the knob of u small drawer under the pigeon holes. When he began to speak the lawyer's voice was smooth and passion less. "Let tis assume, for the sake of example, that what you say of us is true; that v& are the unscrupulous vil lains that your Indictment presup poses....

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 February 1898

p 1 it 1 , :n i, M. 11 I I I' i 1 1 jpg1fijairTjrsgBWCT-t'w mwrmwvi n si The Print is too Fine most of It Is nowadays. Don't Injutp your eyes attempting to read It, Wo ran make It po much cashr fur jou with a palrnf spcr-tiicles. Wo hnvu no poor glasses our common ones are irootl glasses In com in on frames. In fnct, tlio only thing chenp nbout tliuin Is ttic price, which Is nbout one-half tho usual prices. CALL AND SLMJ. 3T. C- TC Optical o-c Books, JutaHonory, Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, etc. Ever thing usually kept In a First Class Drug Store. Prescriptions quickly and accurately &&ffi?&&rtmxfi&'&'! The Urgent and most complete ? stock of. Dry goads AStD I Clothing 3 ever brought to Heaver i J li ran ;" County, lids stock was 3 cirerully selected to meet ,,,U IlllU.ltUI V, ,. Vdl U J traJe 3 'A &--s&msM&sM I DRUGS, STATIOWERY, I p "patent lVJeelicme i And everything usually kept in a first- ij fc: rS class Drug Store. Don't get the ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 February 1898

7"" V J., , run ft pjEST OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. Tlio Largest Circulation ofnnjr Newspaper in West irn Oklahoma. Hi X dg&s,. Si!' ihMwjiumHVJxumjiMAiMij3iiaLiiHjjwiMimjwmumwwwiiuLMMnjMauMiimjmuujknmi r li m. VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1898. NO. 35. WWWWH"WWtW 0M i P'- k.HMM7 l & ; ?r" sailing 1 With tho close or this week's busincsa tlio writer's conncclion with tlio Her. alii ceases. It is not without regret that wo lay down our pen and say adieu to tlio readers of tho paper. For a little ovi;r two years wu havo published tliu Herald, and it is for tlio patrons of tho paper to say whether or not wo havo accomplished anything in tho journalis tic line. Financially tho Herald has prospered fairly well probably as well as it deserved. Wo (hunk tho many subscribers and tho business men of this and surrounding towns who havo so lib erally patronized us. Our reasons for polling wcro not that wo had any fault to find with tho Herald or i...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 February 1898

urn m n m ? ? vf: mi M" i?li i 1 I f . ' MI to i 5 M i J f a i Tho Beaver Herald. W. L DRCMMOXD, PablUhar. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Cutset, toolc the place of the strik ing laundry workers in New York re cently. Qcotat!os for m pood do? In the Yukon cold 6elila this winter are from 250 to $500. The Piris exposition bats allowed tbe United iSUie 300.000 vjuare feet of pace, of which New York has applied for 125,000 feet and Chicago for 2Jl,00f fecL A rrATtsriciAX tarn the number of suicide in the United States list vear wu 6.600. Of these 2.3M poisoned themselves and 2,124 hot tbemselveo, while 670 found death by banplnp and SOT by drowning;. There were 5,169 Ben and 1.4U women. The secretaries of S3 of the leading fair associations in Indiana recently reel and passed resolutions In favor of excluding from fair all immoral shows. They said they were never troubled with such exhibitions until after the world's fair at Chicago. "Tiik Indian problem can be solved whenever the g...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 February 1898

rmwv 'ii'iuww " "& -sr24n?$ T' -B T - - X U. A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. ICopyrleht. tJgt, bt J 0. Mpptncott Co.1 XIX, Co.NTI.NUKO. Kllgrovv was hardly out of tlic room ivlicn Protlieroe tapped nt the door nnd vntered without waiting to bo asked. "I lieg .vour pardon If 1 Intrude." lie said, bluntly, "but I've pot to linvc it word with you before you go down, I suppose you'll think I'm a cursed cud, after nil, but I enn't help it If you do. I've asked Klsle to ninrry me. and she wiys she will." lie thought he had prepared himself fur anything1 thntThorndykecould pos sibly fay or do. but the forearming had been nltogcther'on the side of resis tance, and I'lilltp's cnthuslnMic out burst of hilarious approval left hhn ijiiltc helpless. "Uy .love, old man. that was the only thing that was needed to make this the happiest day of my life!" Tliorn dyko was wringing his hand till it tidied. "Ood bless you Ood blow you bo'hl And you're n lucky dog, too: the old man's just auttior...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 February 1898

r & - t JO it. 'special Signs of Spring convey n warning of certain ailment general debility, dyspepsia, nkin dis nc., flieuiiiutisin, livtr complaint, etc need attention. Tliera is notliiiij; belter in a blood ptirifitr or general lonio tlmn a preparation of sansAPinit-LA on celery compound. Wo I'svc purclmscd largo quantities of ihefc prrparatioD", and call upecial attention to Loring's Sarsaparilla and tlic celebrated Knlanuzio Celery Ncrvo and blood tonic. These arc our Specialties and for a short time wo are making a special cash price oo them of 75 cents f r full sired dollar buttle. Kvcry bo:tlc fold on its merits, and sat isfaction guarantee). Tor salo only by Beaver, Oklahoma. jSvb 71 pTSTW" jg The largest and moU complete IT" li & ury gooos sl AND j Clothing ever Lrouglit to Hearer rgj I VrUUIIIJ . 11113 DIUKH Wits carefully anlected to meet l lie demand of Western y ta trade. .V. ( I BIGS, STATUE "Patent lVJeelicine, s And everything usually kept in a first- 3; H ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 February 1898

-- - c? ., " jar;,, (" A BEAVER HERALD. Tlio Largest CirrnlattoB of ftiijr Newspaper in West ern Oklnlwma. Tiin o rM.DEST KLAROMA HEW1PAI-EH. J A-1 r VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898. NO. 36. ,Ji" : i ,s i (h, & . w i EDITORIAL CHANGE. The Beaver Herald, which for over vro jenrs Ima been edited and published ty Mr. W. I. Drummonil, changes hands with this issue, and nil! hereafter bo cd- ited and published by Noah Daves. There will bo no marked changes at tempted in tlio utylo or management of tlio paper. In many respects it will ro jnnin much the same as it has been in tho past. In politics it will bo republi can. It will Rtrivo to do its duty as a newspaper, with a will obedient to con scientious opinions. It will continue to publish timely editorials upon timely top ics, considered of intercut to its readers, seeking a clear knowlcdgo of tho ques tions discussed. Taking honesty and fair play for its motto, it will try to do profi...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 February 1898

r ," i i h & f. ' l r The Beaver Herald. W. I. DKCM:ONn, Publisher. BKAVER, : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Jacob Sham, of Chicago, recently nte 64 raw eggs In 20 minutes for a wager of 515. Ik New York a night's lodging and a scrap to cat may now Iks had for two cents in the slum district. Oveii 500,000 patents havo been Is sued in 40 years. It has been esti mated that each patent deprives four men of work, making 2,000,000 men out of employment for this reason alone. Tub newest bicycle Is made entirely of glass, even tho ball bearings being of this material, which is exceedingly hard. It is claimed that the machine can bo used just as if it were made of steel. A LARGE fidelity company of New York recently tabulated all the em bezzlements reported in 1S97 in tho United States. They amounted to the enormous total of 811, 154,530, being 2,000,000 more than those of 180(1. The cost of tho Cuban war to tho Spaniards from February, 1805, to tho end of 1S97 was officially estimated at Ma...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 February 1898

r ynj" Twryf-p!p -ptr & -p r ptn? 1 JV53ff TUU jp'i.',f'ir ?. W "'"WfflW?" "' ft J! S 'J '! 'rj u t A i Y' M & ARE YOU TO LIVE IN ALASKA? Name Requirement That Will Ue Found Inillfuieimalile. The universal article of diet In thnt country, depended uponandiiidlapensa ble, Is bread or biscuit. And to make the bread and biscuit, either in the camp or upon the trail, j east cannot be used It must be baking powder; and the pow der manufactured by the processes of the Hoyal linking Powder Company, miners and prospectors have learned, is the only one which will stand iu that peculiar climate of cold and dampness nnd raise the bread and bUcuit satisfac torily. These facts are very important for everyone proposing togo to Alaska and the Yukon country to know, for should he be persuaded by some outfitter to tnkp one of the cheap brands of baking powder, it will tost just as much to transport it, and then when ho opens it for use, after all his labor in packing it over the long and dif...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
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