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Alaska Is Coppered
Tiiiit Alaska is soon to lead all other entries in the production of coj per ' vv | it ten on the wall. No other . in the world are so rich as thoM* nine* l„ this northern country. The build I „f one or two railroads to the in jerior will revolutionize the mining of •upper And what does this all mean? (\egive yo“ herewith a little iufortna li0U which will enable you to figure L,st what it meaus: If copper ore bears 1 per cent, of ••Pl‘er it has 20 pounds of copper in pounds—one ton—of ore. and ' reach per cent when copper is 2n ^nts per pound you will see that there s a value of twenty times twenty-live eUt8 or ii> per tl u for 1 P®r Cent «op rr< and each per cent of increase in be copper per ton means So—while it ias only S2 for each per cent when 0( per was 20 cents per pound. Sow take a mine that is shipping 000 tuns of ore per day for IHJO days lithe year. See how fast it runs into l,e millions of dollars in its gross eruings. . (j!le thousand tons daily of 1 per ent copper at 610 20 per ton, equals 19.2UO per day, ov 66,910,000 i>er year. One thousand tons daily of G p. r eut copper at $28.80 per ton equals 28,800 per day, or 610,308,000 per year. Uue thousand tons daily of 8 per ent copper at 638.10 per ton equals 38.400 per day. or 613,824,000 per year. One thousaud tons daily of 10 per eut copper at 648 per ton equals 48aOU per day, or $17,280,000 per year. —Juneau irauscri,!. KHKS1I MILK,delivered every mom ug, Twenty-live cents a quart. Valdez ta:ry and Poultry Farm. Phone 85. James Fish, Sr., Mgr. Goods will be arriving on every boat or the (iulden Rule. Buy a residence lot cheap—for a utuie home, llany R. Brown & Co * Alaska Drug Co. for Ciuars and 'obaceos. Beautiful new sweateis arrived on lift boat at Ladies’ Bazaar. If you wan to be treated l ight eat at le Alaska Home Restaurant . Meals jb> Mothers — We have t lie Best Slice nr little folks ever put together. 1 flexible and wide extension sole, try stylish and durable. This is “ Meal shoe for children. Sizes to 2s at A. L. Levvtfe Co. 3REPARE FOR WINTER by letting us wire your ome or place of busines.** for elect rn* lights or telephone. Our service this winter will I * lung houi** and be unexcelled in every respect. F r wiring lea\ey e.i-< idt i .-* at the office at. the earliest moment, so as to avoid the fail ni.'h. ALASKA WATER, LIGHT & TELEPHONE COMPANY ^_I. ■■■. g | ■ \mm >!■ ~ -v-bim » — tour Groceries W here do you buy them? Are you trading \v; .1 not you are not receiving the full value for your ' 1 ry buying your family supplies here and ie 1 mg. We are sole agent for Harrington Hail ' 1 finest ever brought to this town. 1 rv it. toniey'siL, / T. E. DOUGHERTY ISMTTLC TCL VALDEZ. ALASKA Warm rooms, newly furnished .Conve.. iently located in the heart of the cu>. Cobb, & Wilson - - - Proprietors REYNOLDS VALDEZ--BOSTON--REYNOLDS OPEN FOR BUSIN All Banking Facilities, \ ith estab lished connections in Sv tile. New York, Boston, Philadelphl ... J. C. MARTIN, - - Cashier. I IVr Cent Intin.-'t l*ai-l On liuarN-rlv La lance:-. Mom- , To Loan at t> l.'rr (Vnt. tavern Lunch Boom and Buffet Dinners and Parties a Specialty CURLEY & CRAIHE, Props. II R Leslie II. W. Panteij General Trucking and Freighting to all Parts of the Interior u* «.* =-** Ottice McKinley Near Urouilway I lone M> NOTICE \> I miu~t imvi* t!ie nutu Ini' my Ian." tail Im • «>I ('!• tIsii’K, I'uini-liuur t *«>•* 1 -. Hint.-i uni! Shni's. I u i I -' ll ii y !-> nr«• t 1 ! i • • 111 .- at a I a i i ! i not i‘»n. (’il! an 1 «<• mo Freighting Wrecking Marine Contracting I) K. MORRIS, Manager <>ji|mis111> trttatluli I’It I N( 'K WILLIAM sol’Nl) M I N KRS’ 1' N I(*N No. \Vi>io::n I-*: >Ki: u I<»N <a Minki: Mi‘c ■> fit h I ui' iin; ci i nu nl H 11 iii.i ii 11i. i r v .• Iii; i i. | in* in in 's <>i i in- \\ e»i ■ ■ ii I .■ i *j r>o imi nl M. iii is in; .Hulls- iliViloit Iii ill i ! '111. AlHIKU WlM HKII .1. 1\. IHiNKV l*roj*itleut St;iT»»lHry Bowling Whips, Billiards and Pool Cigars and Cobacco Phonographs, Records and Supplies Valdez, Alaska We Do A General Banking Business 1 i . V a ;.<! Si i K L .1 n i 'll,;- ( M >M 1< , Accept I >rposi ts. Mak (() i 11 i: - ii- i Lea . a :i j >| >r«» v *-« i -irt;i;tv at Low liati •.» :>f J liter* t j lie rlorsg-ih vAi.miz HORSE I uriiisheU Rooms 'I 11 li ’ ! LI. CLARK B A R i lie Bank SLW Akl> =SHOE Calc in Connection Freight and Passengers to all parts cf the Verier General ii-CKiiig. ED. WOOL Proprietor McKinley St., Valdez.