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mi i n ins.
Post-In Men Start
for the Klondike.
J. A. Pearee Alto Walls on the
This Israiat-Hr Will Try «•
Make the Trip Willi Morses. Dm*
■•I fadlaas—To Fee* the H«r»e»
ta the Caalae* If Xeeeaaary—The
Haat Rraihrr, Go la With a Party.
E B. Wlsbaar and L. C. Pease, who
litre fday on the Corona, go a* special
correapondents for the Post-In tell !gencer
A :aska N ws Syndicate. Mr. Wishaar is
well known to the people of the Pacific
Northwest as a new*paper man from his
work on the daily papers in lv attie and
Portland. Mr. Ivase ha* for some tim*
been the sketch artist of the Oregonisn.
Their object will be to test the feasibility
cf the winter trip in from Skaguay to
Dawaon. They will accordingly make an
exact d termination of the p;«»s and the
trait, and wiil send ba<k hy every pos
sible Ofportunl»y the latest and moat ac
curate Information and descriptions, 11-
lualrattd ly sketches from Mr Peace's
The** two gentlemen carry with th<*m
four oxen weighing 1,800 pounds eacb,
> < ung Hi d well broken to harness, ai d
four toboggan s!ed.-=. One ox will be
worked with collar *nd barnesa to each
"We .-alginate" said Mr. Pease, "that
our ox«n wi'l require tweuty-tiv<* pounus
of food a da.y of which liftmen pounds
wt l be gr.tlu and the r. at hay. •)f course
we shall also let them eat any green, suc
culent stuff, such as willow twigs, along
the way. Thus for the forty days which
w think the trip will require from Lake
I ennett we «re taking l,t*w> pounds of fe«-d
f»r ni r oxen. In addition w« have 2,«uu
l ot rds of our own stuff.
Ye we think the oxen superior »o
either d jgs or horsey, and we have good
i • i-on>-. TheyiliiiVt greater hauling ca.-
I arity; thry can travel through se>ft snow
w ii'-v dog* could not go and horses
v >uld simply fl-uud'r, in going through
this soft snow the ox breaks u trail, in
iin emetgency the ox will furnish l.uou
I ainds of Ircs'd be*f. ai d in ease of ac
t'"-'lit hp < an cat ry a mau on his baek,
moderating the severest cold by the
v armth of his body. If well cared for the
■ x wi I susta'n ••old a well as tne horse
( r dog. and his endurance over a rough
tiall Is shown bv the fact that Thorp and
Morgan drov* eighty ox n over the trail
\ iihoat io&;r.tf one of them, while of the
fortjr-iilAf.: harm they started out with
they lost forty-seven. W have a sepa
»ate tent, about 11x12 feet, for our oxen
not that we object to sleeping In th> s<irne
tent, but simply because the artificial
i i at of the fire in our tent would be bad
for them.
"We go, of course, lirst to Skaguay,
»h.Te we unload our cattle and goods.
Then we shall hitch up our oxen, haul
t- r things out to the first timber, and
t» i„mp till we can have a look over
the trail. We think of trying the bed of
Hka ;uay riv.r, which w.» have reason to
Ixdlere Is now a feasible route, instead
of the trail that now goes over the hills.
After getting down the lakes and the
main stream to Dawson, our movements
will be governed almost wholly by cir
I n pi. J. ft. I.ttibjr Krlnrm From a
■ .on* May In the Km*!—ai
de the Main Point.
Five thousand Klondike r« wiil come to
H«attle from Boston. So says Capt J. P.
Libby, the well known manager of the
J'ua> i Sound Tug Bout Association, of
J' .rt Townsmd. Capt. I.thby has returned
ft m an extended business !ri[> throughout
the Kast, including u. sixty-day stay in
"There is no dl«eounting the prestige en-
Joyed by Seattle in the cities and towns of
the Atlantic coast," said Capt. Libby.
"Wherever >■ u h» nr people talking of the
Klondike gold ttefds you htiii Sia'tio
rpaken of as the starting point. To this
city wiil come thousands of the sturdy
youna men of \> w Kmtl i txnind for tii'
gold fieiili of ths North. Here they wiil
purchase t? :t provision* .md cWhing and
they will embark from the wharves of this
v": *> ni their J oirs «y.
"I beli'x« that fu!lj rn n wilt come
firs. it. > on alone "I hej v\ ili conn to Se
tittle No other ciiv is cor.sld* r<-d in co:i
toetlon witii the outfitting hus'n- *•>. More
t ■ to tbat, I b'-lleve that a lib. i ii percent
«;»,>« »-f :l,iw w v ill to the Aj <s en
the «av<» of the Klondike rush, will .top
1 S.i tl. mill V\ ...-hi • , ;on. •> •>> iK *i -a>
their hott • hive I their capita! and build
up the country."
t. apt f.. -. l> > w <*T,t K»-* business, the
t fttun i»t a' h < *;ii n.» <:•;* loee.
l ite I tipper ltl» i-r t nnillri.
?'•« pi,* S . mi W:. ii Company
ha* Iwtttd an itlrKtir* map f \ . 4
that coi tain* » tc *at de.*l of ) ; rinath n
h 1 r* in t ! ■.»• H r: f.
est manner T'-«- tl. W tn »;• in fo'.ier f. rtn,
i< V-. e,,t !;i«>,'j to <howirg the f.usn'rv
*' ■ * t to ,i: ititinp Ci>. jv r rs\ t
r b — ?
* Red Cheeked $
| Apples
f 75 Cents Per Box. $
* "
$ Pop Corn J
4 That Hili Pop,
# 5c Per PoiuiU. a
* _ 5
* Caiidy |
i J
# —OCCiDtftTAC, AV £ 5
t J
Over 300 Styles ef Rocking Chairs,
And Hundreds of Other
Articles Suitable for Xmas Presents.
Fnrnitare, Carpets, Droperies. Stoves, Etc. Riatto Block.
toward which thotjsand® of eyes are row
turn' i. AH of the erfeeks and points of
interest are named and the Mineral re
sources are set d wn explicitly. The map
c vers the *::'ir* territory of A'aska and
shows the various trails and water ro«:»-a
lor reaching Ihe upp»-r Yukon. Dotted
linen *how rn» rout** pursued by the
of the Pacific Hteam Whaling
Company for reaching a'l of the coast and
Interior poin*s of from Seattle,
Portland and Pan Francisco. The map is
a valuable contribution to the literature
of the gold land.
J. IVarrr l.eavea for Disma With
Hor«e* nnd Eqalar* t« Be
I si'd for Pood. If %eee»«ar?
A Bother expedition that has Dawson as
it* obte« tiv> point also leaves H- -?ti-> on
the* Corona thi.< morning. In point of nov
elty this second expedition etr-iais any
thing that has thus far Ifen attempted,
and almost ar.ything that hi- worked
out on paper, J. A. Pea !«•»•. who head- the
p.trty. < ame ou> to S«>»tii6 from N?w York
city i few months SKO the r«pres» nta
iv* of a Ki ndik< company. \Vh»n
that heavily a' Ual:.. ■, paper project was
abandoned, some of 'ln wealthy New
Yorker* aho were iuteiesied decided that
then dream* oi sola hau not necessarily
Leen d by uic bursting of tne
babbie, and .so Mr. i'earce wai> again
statu a a roas tlie country with instruc
tion:! to make up and ounu a party and at
tempt a (.rushing during the winter.
At Victoria he will be Joined by lifieeu
hail-breed Indians which li. it. Campbell,
th- Winnipeg agent oi the liudsou tiay
Company, has mured lor him. Ali are
< xperien « d oog drivers, and came from
around i.ake Athabasca and «ireat Slave
i..Kt, in Canada. Air. Pea rets will lake in
>o doss big. strong hu*kiea--and says
that te »iii get to l law son l>y February 15.
lie will start from Seattle expecting to
civss Chllkoot pass, but of that he is not
sure. ii.s supplies are now a; l'yta, but
it .it finds ttiat a better crossing cau lie
made through White pass he wiii gu that
' w ay.
1 shall choose which route offers the
t' a est «ji»;a Us to my Journey," paid Mr.
I'iai e>• >inuay. X asn going to drive in
! twenty horses. Karh iwrse will pack 100
: i' .iiiiis ot prov-'iider. Tliey will be sr.arp
j > •>. and sftouSd tnake good time, l am
i tit king ;he horse.i to feed to ttie dogs, i'he
i j .vender «,11 ktep tnem going, and when
. > * Xtutii-w.. I snail kiii tin tn. i nop
to tea ■; Fort S iknk before my horses are
a kiiUa. \\< are taking » niiacelianeous
iot of fr ght of ii,«o pounds - and
-"•ui'iiii*.;- tlie .-ante a» almost every one
take- - and expect to eat up about 3.W1
; . idsix ot» v> r-r. :i Hawson. That wiil
;ve u.- with •• pounds to sell or keep.
Jr.it us we en JO sc.
'Mtie tiiou nd pounds of tb« freight i.s
' litdhs. 1 consider t n a great scheme."
»i;d Mr. pi .. e. MUhusia.-tUaily. "I am
toiit that . are worth a dollar each
up there, and tiu half of i.-> . ..lour.:- ana
i|r! e h-nif -ft re dark i »:l J :go tn*«
those pi.ties and s«,v to theru: 'li>re,
j i* Mt ; i:.e matter with you |H Jle .' I'utn-
I ing knots, art) you? Why, ( Q Hght up the
! t« wn : >i y u. I've got a thousand .'Otmds
|o! ir \lO "h" mt •! S' v :hot,-anti
I eandhs. otify a dollar each" of c urs<
■ iintinu 1 M: i'( in-e, l m y . there a
f--w shot t ! :nv hori-em .»; \ . oat, i
» .11 ■ to *-ed eandU- tO ni;. flojs, I
i; ir th it » ■ . i fit candle# thrive
0 i ? i(i'm. il> the way, if you h< ar t-;;t
' I • ir.. i" is frozen ttp tv . -f» ■ r*tl hn w."»vei|
J h - ha »'d t.iw ird th r. "th, "> ej ..an say
!o y ir"etf '• it he t'c aii :, f the e ir. lies.
| d i.s .i it irat;> li< fore he sar» up."
Mr IV.i r i i'i i anal out ni th» best
' t ii h • ■ ....it >• r« Me w". the on'v
' v ma; i-* the party, hut as he is com™
' t i w«i kas lon.* .> '•■■■';• u daylight, o net
; 't-iP'n (■ th k- that he aid r.ot u.i\e
i tlm« t > ,w» knescme.
j 1 a;n as- d » having thir«r* pretty
; I ";«• d am not in the *ea>t
. if, - a< to the hardships that confront
] n Jf .■ t wera not mat I f- I that tlie r> •
• • iPitiw irate with tiie r;>ks I
j an. * ,k -t* J w mid n-d venture ft "
V. • t V Brn--e - . >. d 'ho rr. \k
j ln«r of ■ ' Sttll lh.ll Mr, |* it ' will wear,
1 -.t in win- h be pw-tured in this article
T re *s no iti ti'ar ? -ne fixed for his
j ret srti although his trip over is one of
: *v • -• -e d he ,1 • s : <; "r!>
•v e t.-- j i. n. ll» ha« a i ensac< f- n; to
tr. •t ■' -ts-■ 'in Paw son Fetrnarj
that i • inteuda to k « p hia <ipp -int-
I ment.
ste*m»tiij> < "mm Oterrt«niif<| With
I r» IB?H— Thr Hush Is 11a—Rn««.
He mid c ttr of Sraitl- Dnr.
s*te.?.m hip Corot a of t!.* fadfc r is*
St in;« !,» t'i'nt: ..ny. w:l sail this niom
| In* far Skaguay at i Dye*. A *ska with
j passenrers and S.» preat has he.
, e rue * - prt fer (:■ ;hat
the Corona is forced to leave hehind
fri »ht tvi.ich she is too crowded to ac
ec>mrr d.-.'e H s. V--fc - »>• ;-»r.ee s ar
{ go, tft-i «"> rons w.d ha\e eighteen head of
t- ,rs»". .."J eat tie.
The. first effects of the r:.sh to A tska
»r* • a h . s f*Jt ard this t-tne on
t' : »r* v.:i; te no vacant berths en st^amrrs
■ fcotind fir th* north. At least a dcaen
■ r etiea of frcm live to thirty peopte *re
' * in th# city outfirttfg. Wherever it ts
i •» shie to ob atx the tnf-v matton, tija
{ i oat-lß*.ei,.»ci;cer siakaa i;-u.t,s tt« p*r-
•ornei of th'-se expeditions and their
|.. m*. of these parties have en
gaged ru-.-aee for Lynn canal ports on
th* Corona and otlters will go by the
sfamtrs Rosalie and City of Seattie.
The Rosalie is expected to arrive from
Skaguay ar.d Dvea tomorrow and on the
day following the i.'itjr of Seattle is due.
It Is considered highly pr*»hable that they
wiil have aboard miners lately from Daw*
ton City. A number .»f pa.-sngers for the
r;**xt voyage of the*-* steamers have al
ready b- n booked. The Topeka. is due
Friday from Juneau &nd Sitka.
Men v. ho hat! beer, preparing to take
passage on the steamer Alliance, sched
uled to sal] yesterd iv for ih" mouth of
the Copper river, are di; .'ppointed in thu
postponement of the vessel's sailing dale
until January 1. The Al!ia.,« e will reach
h-.-re from S'n Francis- j on December 27.
The Wolcott. which return-d Saturdav
from the Copper river, is l>mg here wait*
ing orders.
Aa Ohnerviaic Omaha Man Telia His
People About llnwtliatc Seat
tle. Depre«u»ed Taeoma.
Dr. W. I. Seymour, a well-known lec
turer of Onviha, has recently returned to
that city after a tour of the Pacific North
west. during which he visited Butte. Spo
kane. Seattle. Tacoma. Portland and other
cities. He h.tJ some interesting tilings to
say to a World-Herald reporter on his or»-
aervationa. Of Seattle and the Klondike
movement he says:
"At Seattle you hear 'Gold! Gold!
Gold!' constantly. Everybody is excited;
business men are making preparation* for
the n-xt ru.-n. Great wholes-tit- houses are
going up. and while the first few months
of thi« winter will be quiet, comparatively
speaking, still there is no doubt. in my
mind, but the rush to the Klodfeike in the
spring will be something unprecedented.
The gold rush In '49 will hardly be a cir
cumstance compared to it. in Seattle I
had the g >od fortune to meet an old school
friend who had jus: returned from the gold
fields of Alaska, lit- had h«*en in business
in Seattle for s-tme few years, and caught
the Klondike f \er. He sold out. joined
forces with a friend and spent fI.HW buy
ing outfits such as would be necessary to
carry them over one year. They succeed
ed in crossing the t'hilkoot pass and were
within thre<> days of Dawson City wh« n
they were so unfortunate as to have their
outfits stolen from them. As it was getting
late in the year and thr-y had neither
clothed nor provisions, they retraced their*
steps. and in order to secure the means to
return home assisted others in packing
goods over the trail on their hacks, mak
ing as much as S3O in a single day.
"My friend inform d me that provisions
were cheaper at the Alaska port than at
Seattle at the time he left, as there had
been so many who had outfitted themselves
and then turned back, selling their provi
sions at any price rather than bring them
home. I. for one, do not believe there will
be any suffering in that country this win
ter, It is not as far north as many believe,
being almost directly west from Seattle,
and while the thermometer falls very low
at times, the cold is not as penetrating a*
it is near the coast. 1 met a man going to
San Francisco who had spent the last
summer in Dawson, and gained many in
teresting facts from him. He had been
fairly successful in his mining ventures,
but had made his money in buying claims
and developing them slightly and selling
them again at an Increased value. He hacl
many beautiful specimens with him. and
although not an enthusiast, was very san
guine regarding the future of Dawson and
the immediate surroundings. While the
lieopie of Seattle. Tacoma. Portland and
other seaport towns all expect a grand
rush in the spring, yet 1 do not hrlieve that
anv of them realize how many are really
"He«de« Americans, there are a great
many foreigners going to the Klondike, for
thi* region is well advertised.
"I went by boat from Seattle to Tacoma.
and T must say 1 cannot account for the
difference in business in the two towns,
which are equally well situated on the
Sound. Tacoma is a very pretty city and
has been a sharp rival of Seattle. Tim- s
are very depressed there at present, and
although the town Is finely built, rents are
cheap and people re bitterly complaining
of the hard times."
Mr*. Abbott, of Minneapolis, Trying
to Flint n Man Who Caiue
From Da w noit With fiMt.tHNK
Mrs. L. P. Abbott, of 271S Stevens av
enue, Minneapolis, writes to Cliitf of Po
lice Heed asking him to ascertain if Wlll
ii.m Walker, who was report* d in the
newspapers to have come out of the Klon
dike with |90,0U0, is hr son. She says that
her son's name is i>. Wilson Walker and
tiiat ho has been in the Klondike two and
a half years. She heard frcm him last
April and expected him out during the
summer. Since that time sho l.as not
henrd a word. She thinks that it would
hive been an easy matter to a mis
t ike in his given name, ar.l that William
Walker miy be Wilson Walker.
Hc was in po ir h. i'th. and she fears that
h-> may be dead or tn n hospital. The po
li ♦ have Id'cn unable tr. «et ai.j trace if
h. i son She describe-.* him as ,V, y«»;irs old,
Bfht complexion, light hair and blue eyes.
The fins- rs of )ii< loft hand are missing.
San Frnnelsen'x Weak KfTnrta.
Will Lam*d.in returned yesterday
f' ni S■ n Fi .incise . v n the s: :ims!iip
V a!in WriUa. He ib'-. rih.-s , m exhii aof
ALisl.a clothi s and t d artb-le* shown
by the merchants Of Sar. Francis -.; j„.
C.j i-d iti a c ;r.;<p! le i- spot to ar the t.'ak
i 1 id ferry. "You ooald put it in a rin :n
lift (>n f et s<|.uti ." 5,.;. l Mr. n
1 ■ t nuoi. id n<i Seattle merchant
would . xhiblt s .1 a lot of aril. ies. Why,
t!> bu.dneKs men of s : n Ktatu-isco, who
pride: l -: to do an A. .-ki outr.tting bttfi
i > h..vo ii • «.on • j :ie:i fth - needs of
the nili- rs. Th» > io rto: have tin- ~ood.«,
n-.r do tie y s . ni to know wi ot articles
are i- i'. i I t .y that the exhibit
t \ i' d the ri ill lib ot the Al: ska m< n
vi . I.,iu »« n.: T. re are some p. ople
i- I'alit rnia w .?•■ to the Kloti
i' ie. hut von i an d#pefd on one thing,
and thi> is t>- •• mirv of th. in will rem.,
to Seat*:-- to pur hi.-a th«ir outnts and
j will start trom hi re.
T'i rfi»■ or r.f»t to dye, that's tha*
t *i li" d\■ you must <-n account of j-<,ur
rriwtly beard, use Backtnglmm'g Dye; it
is the )» - t and 'he cleanest.
<MT.n f r holiday etfts
K\ •- .i T;s< Kit • • iv. nm i>. ... ♦.<■•„
ira.'.e aftT Uoiidays v.i glasses fitted.
MIBB BtfZT TR \'TS «Bctent rook
ery* ii o i sale *{ the be k stores.
THE t <e e. r , o r *'s »: w. H . Finek s
k'oyai :u*kc» ttif fimi rnr».
«lioie*oß>c and <ltli<tous.
Absolutely Pur»
aw us an MI
"Diminish the Ontpnt, Increase
the Price," Their Motto.
Oat af 207 Manafaetarera la the
Stale. Jsj wiil Make Cat Dar-
ing: the Month of Jaauary—Pre»-
dnctlon Rednrfd to Leaa Thaa
Oae-FlKhth It. Dally Average—
HOTS Thia Will Save Money.
°1 ,h " 2,77 * hsn K>* mills in the state
i ! sl:nß,on no f. wer th in In> are new
a«," an '* w " m «ke no output until
f>r February l. The proportion of tha
l.in of the twenty-two mills which are
a.I running to total output for the
ent.re s ate is equ itly Th- d.uiv
product of the ?>7 mills is shin
g.s s. T.*.e few miils now in operation have
an output of only I.CiO.mo These figures
are authentic, having been compiled by
} " or r "• af the Pacific Lum
ber Trade Journal.
"On the rorr'ace." , a id Mr. Bookman,
•♦n-se figures might look like an ad
versity story. Rut they are far from in
dicating h rd times. They mean that a
large maj.nty of the sliingin manufac
turers of the state are able to shut down
the.r mills ar.d wait for better price?,
which the shutting down will help to
bring about. This will effect a saving of
something like Sl7s.fr <O. How? Why, in
this way: Shingles are now going at 90
cents for *A*'s. If these mills stay closed
down for sixty or seventy days the price
will be $1.25. Of course, it is hardly to foe
expected that ail the mills will stand by
the agreement to the end. Some of them
will wvak.n, some will be fureed; but
most of th- ra will hold out. The result, j
I feel suret, will be as I have indicated."
A complete list of the mills now shut
down is as follows: Seattle Cedar Lum
ber Company, Donoghue-Kellogg Mill
Company. E. E. Overton, S. H. Siemons
& Son, N. Jems, Puget Sound Sawmill
and Shingle Company, D. H. De Can, Fer
guson & Taylor, Geneva Mill Company,
Erie Shingle Company. Atlas Lumber
Company. Monarch Shingle Company, F.
O. Ehrlich, J. A. Dennis, Huuser &
Sklenal. G. A. Qim, Ludinghaus Bros.,
iwo mills; Marvsvllle Shingle Company,
Anderson Mill Company, F. Harrington,
Lyman Co-operative Shingle Company,
i'aylor & Minkler. Lyman Shingle com
pany, Eagie Shingle Company, Edge wood
Shingle Company, Sinnett Bros.. I>. J. *
Cain & Co., three mills; J. H. Parker, j
Lewis Bros., two tniUs; Union Shingle |
Company, Wallace Kleeb, three mills;
Metealf & Wade, E. J. McNeeley & Co., j
two mills; Red & Green, three mills; 1
Parker Bros., Carlson Bros. & Co., Jaanes j
V. Van Horn, two mills; Kennedy Bros., [
Lincoln Shingle Company, Bryant Lum- ;
ber and Shingle Company, Thompson &
Folsom. Eggert & Johnson, Webb & Co., ]
T. Z. Slater, Star Shingle Company, Ray ;
Manufacturing Company, Olympta Shin- j
g'.a Company, A. W. Peterson, Cedarville ■
Shingle Company, Mount Baker Shingle
Company, Viora Shingle Company, Card
& Knight, (*7~B. Kale, B. N". Albertson, I
L. B. Koenig, Nooksaek Lumber and j
Shingle Company, D. S. Miller. Hurlburt |
& lla< kett, Acme Mill Company, Clipper
Shingie Company, United Shinglo Cora- j
pany, Henry «fc Sons, McLeod & Butters, ,
Phillips & Holmes Bros.. Buckley Lum
ber Company, Fred Moetzel, Burns &
Rugg. Stocker & Cady, R Hambridge &
Co., Enterprise Shingle Company, John
son & Co.. A. Yost, Edmonds Red Cedar
Shingle Company, J. W. Davis & Son,
Clark Shingle Company, Hatch Mill Com
pany, Hamilton Lumber and Shingle
Company, Nagley Bro-., R. Shields. Brown
& Tupper, White River Lumber Company,
Dean & Morgan, Kelso Shingle Company,
H. H. Duff & Co., Pollard & Moniel, A.
T. Dix, Knapp & Dlx, J. C. O'Connor.
Snohomish Cash Grocery, S. A. Buck &
Co., J. F. Weber A Co., Snohomish Shin
gle Company, C. H. Knapp. Kee.fe & Perk
ins, August Holmqulst, Blackman Bros.,
Incorporated; Northern Lumber Com
pany, J. A. Root Shingle Mill. C. A. Black
man & Co., Mudgett & Phillips. John Me-
Master. Gauslin & Ganhley, Munroa Bros.,
Arlington Lumber and Shingle Mills.
Wickersham Shingle Company, John An
derson & Co., Little Falls Shingle Com
pany, Cavanaugh & Co., Albert Shore, A.
P. Perry. William Royal. Empire Mill
Company. Kerry Lumber Company. King
Lumber Compan.y Newaukum Mill Com
pany, F. G. Barnes, Redmond Lumber
Company, Standard Mill Company, C.
Rabel, Nelson N-al Manufacturing
Company. George Walters. William Ma
lone. John Robin & Sons. C. Bemis A- Co.,
Custer Mill Company, A. S. Hooker, E.
Walker, Frank Rielly. Hunt & Brown. C.
E. Owen, Joseph Gilmore, George Cooper,
J. Own. Badger Shingle Company. John
Hals. Man ley Churchill, Stevens
Shingle Company, MeCullough Bros., W.
J. Morgan. Portland Shingle Company, H.
G. Rlcharlson. Kvther A Bailey, A. S.
Towle South Park Mill Company. Eaton
ville Shingle Company. F. E. Welton, A.
H. Seymour. U. S. B'i< k & Co., Hatch &
Son. Cedar home S>iingl<» Company. Amer
ican Lumber and Shingle Company, Union !
City Mill Compmy.
Sawmill" cutting shingles, but not *hip- :
ping stra'ght car loads: St Taul & Ta- !
coma Lumber Company. Grays Harhor ]
Commercial C >mpanv. M .rtran Hro®.,
Sr!m?nn Mill Company, Stfson & Prut
Ml 1 r.imr-.triy. Win««f iumhfr f mpany,
Tay'o- M'l! Com] :tny T ib» r I,umb r
p-» v. \Vha;pom Fa I!.' Mill Company, P*T-
J«-k<on & N.-w. 11 Mill Company, Foyo
Mod.«-y. P. f\ Stone ft Son®, Allan
Whtff. Fi ion M:l! tn<l I.nmhfr Company,
H. 11. Martin ft Son, Sv.-itm Manufartur
!nc Company, Caithness & I">uk«»t w Com
Ki'.l'ntr kilns but not shipping: West
Coa*t M »nuf aerunnir and Investment
Company. •
Finish orders preparatory to o'o'ine'
down: Or ii-• Shir.cl.* Company. Sterling
Mill Company. N»-h--r. Ro»* & Co.
Rup.ninc '•'> ' "rt Mnr .T M Miliar £■
Son 1 k«- Wi.a'p- m Sh : .-,&!o Company. J.
C. Waoeh.
Snld to he rnnntns' T'r =*'••« Mill <*<>m
panv, A. T!r s.Shlne'e Company, O K.
>t it o«v r T*';t ft Crazier, Sohey d-
Co ft. A v >•!. Cm toy, Know!"# A- Jones.
Wit' p" S** * ' mpany. I'> r> ft Me-
AliJftt 1 " ' ' r» * S dkl* i 'ompaiy, T>a
mor.t T t ! " r r '* "* -i y Hunt A I,ovpii!l,
T? F Wr -V V r- 1 t» ft «'v.t- W. C.
Pj ark V'f 1 " « ' "»• ft • Ramstad
p r( vv, Cm" :• « S!i'* s\ C m any.
p. , re i„ , (• |> Tl>-»rr-f & Co..
V, !fa«t R '' T' ■ m.< - * Co A -<*t rt*"»;
1" *' 1 Ore* n it' I'ip:!). Rvbinson
Shintle Company
On!« n Ken l»s«« More.
Tit# ere a'. <ut r\ pr I '** at the liqu da
ti~.n **)** of rlnthlrir and f'irushine
r ,M» annour.i d » t< w dav. aaro. took
like wildfire our »tore ha« be- rt ero\r<l
-->r-:»r" »'it r ' r the irreat
h.ryaina th.it w r,re rtn sr ThU -C*
will only last a ?• w days longer. a* we
jnu*? have room f>r our larce «* "k of
Alaska p "!<l« that ar» now * to
arrive. We a»','l annonr » a f'-w ?p> it'a:
M- n'a Mack *.-v>l »« *•<, S~ *>: m'-r'* r;««*i
m-re auit* ill «*v, <«. $* 'A: m> n'« y
worsted auits. J-' rr> n's fire imported
Srotrh tw*#d «uftj. %' < . m n"« 'ne over
cow.t#, f" i'»>- mer.'i fir.'" b'a f 'k i;a
njc«ly tnmmed li.fi".; fit •» tmp'-rt. d
keroey, «.' ? in lii.«-d overroa*<, t s &"> A full
lin« of boys" «>*'.!ir!e «t th - - -.
ldW rate No one icht to rr. -» ;« e- at
opportunity. Sch•>?••• witch Bri» , 3»<> First
a%-*nu«, earntr Marion.
Violins, J*»njo# ».ntars, mandolins.
Marttua, Second.
3PARKL.ING diamords a' Wm. H.
FittcM'* 514 S«- ond avenu#.
Klorani«< Kind.Ke
•iri .e. 61* Firau
Useful and Beautiful Xttias Gifts for Father,
Brother, Sou or Friend.
Make Your Boy
Happy with a new Salt, I later.
Reefer or Mackintosh. More new
styles than all the other stores
put together.
In English Plaids, Check, Tricot, j
M 55 UP.
** ..Restaurant
818 First Av.
ii ■ a 11.
From 4 to 8 P. M.
For 50c.
Royal Restaurant,
SIS First Avenne.
Spit bon*e, All modern Inprevr.
menta. >luit n liter nt location. braa>
tifal »Ipw, coat for talc for
iuu«( be inltl at once.
Daniel Jones 8 Co.
Est. in 18*7.
Room "C" Bailey Bldg.
A sacrifice: (0x!33 buMneM lot. Frame
liutldir.ir w »rth 15 060. Kent* pay p*r
c"i»t- on above taxes im<! water
rt-nt. Tr ;a \% an unequalesl or>j»ortualty
in real estate. Par: or whole cuh.
We are r.nancial agtnts for several large
t in •e- tnrtirutioris. and have over f ■
«"> leaned Ib Seattie. Foreclosed pro®,
ertses fcr sale at valuations.
IMS Kill CO.,
Smith Block.
fkou&d and James.
FREE—A ksndioise Swiss Clsck
free with purchases of Mfs's nnd
Boys* Salts from up.
M o
JIECKWEAR—See the beantlfsl
patterns In Neckwear we are
showing; at Sir, !Mhs, 76c.
Your Men's and Boys' Clothiers.
Pendants in Sun Bursts,
ij Pendants in Stars.
4« Pendants in Fleur de Lis.
Pendants in Clover Leaf*
-2 In Solitaires.
4» In Clusters.
4, In Combinations.
4* In Daisy Patterns.
Diamond Bar Pins.
Diamond Ear Drops, Clusters and
4* Diamond Ear Screws.
Diamond Studs,
Diamond Bracelets.
4» Diamond Scarf Pins.
J Diamond and Pearl Necklaces.
£ Diamond Link Cuff Buttons.
4 Sold Gold Watches, plain and set
with precious stones.
4! Gold Watches in Diamond and
j Jewel Studded Cases.
Endless Variety of Gold and Sterling
-v Silver Novelties, Cut Glass, Sil
verware, etc.
Jeweler and Silversmith,
2 IV o. 700 Thirst A.v.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
R~m mm Fourth Ave. «,> uth- p Q 80 ,
Broken S 'V** ,ln * ■» kind- of rlc. .Iway. °» 52£
feu; r«MIT«i. •' rtc# bf *° tor •aiai.u rootl. fiii/ ioa» anwork» •* ""J
Men's Fine
Overcoats and
Sore of the Conwl
Fashions Here.
$lO. sl2, sls to $25,
$lO. sl2, $151» *25.
For Fit, Quality and FtaUk
equal to made to order.
In all the new materials.

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