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Good August 18th to September 6th inclusive.
As a special inducement ta have you visit the Street Fair and Carnival given by the Elks of this city from August
18th to 30th inclusive, and to have you become acquainted with our firm and to see our fine new building and store, we
have decided to make the following offer.
Cut out this Ranch certificate and put it in your pocketbook. When you visit our store we will accept it as cash for—
$100.00 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to $1,000.00
50.00 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to 500.00
10.00 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to ; 100.00
5.00 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to 50.00
1.00 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to 10.00
.50 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to 5.00
.25 on purchases in our retail departments amounting to 2.50
One certificate, only, will be accepted on any single purchase. You are invited, whether you purchase or not, to make
our house your headquarters and visit our beautiful and celebrated mantel and fixture parlors, where many works of
art are continually on exhibition.
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Henrietta Gold Mining Co.
250,000 shares put aside for Treasury Stock. Capitalized for one million shares.
This company owns six claims in Mt. Baker Mining District, Wash., adjoining and being an extension of the
the stock of which has advanced from 25
cents to $1.00 par value, within one year.
The immense bodies of ore exposed in the Henrietta Jaims
will convince the most skeptical of the existence of one of the
greatest mines in the world.
The bodies of ore stand 80 to 100 feet high and from 50 to 3()0
Good wagon road and a trail has been built to the mine.
The ore is the same as the Excelsior and has been pronounced
to be equally as good a mining proposition.
THE DEVELOPMENT WORK CAN BE DONE iN SEVERAL
PLACES BY QUARRYING, THE CHEAPEST METHOD EM
BUYING STOCK IN A NEW MINE IS BETTER THAN BUY
ING STOCK IN A DIVIDEND-PAYING MINE WHICH HAS BEEN
WORKED FOR YEARS.
In the new mine you can buy stock which is offered at a low
price to open up and carry on the development work. You buy at
say 10 cents. Shares advance to 50 cents and afterwards to $1.00.
You can then sell at a handsome profit. It is rarely that shares
in an established dividend-paying mine double in value, and when
you buy you have to pay fancy prices.
Room 29 Safe Deposit Bldg., Seattle.
GREAT EXCELSIOR MINE
The Bellinghain Bay & B. C. R. R. will run very close to the
property. Extension has been commenced.
The company has no indebtedness and there are no salaried
There is large sizea timber on the claims, more than sufficient
for mill and other buildings. The property is situated on Nooksack
River, just below the Nooksack Falls, where there is a fall oi' 100
feet, and on Wells Creek, which alone will furnish ample power for
all mining purposes. An electric plant is now being put in at
PRICE OF TREASURY STOCK WAS ADVANCED TO 15C JULY 15.
This company is not over-capitalized and every shareholder par
ticipates in all unsold Treasury Stock. AN INSPECTION OF THE
PROPERTY is cordially invited at any time by any shareholders or
anyone who desires to visit the mine. Every facility will be afforded
visitors in sampling the immense bodies of ore. IT DOES NOT
REQUIRE AN EXPERT TO EXAMINE THE HENRIETTA MINE.
Address All Correspondence P. O. Box 393, Seattle, Wash.
Write for prospectus or call at office,