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THE SCKANTON TRIBUTE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 13. 18!)4.
SAFETY IN THE MAIL.
THE FOUR SPECIAL MEANS OF TRANS
MITTING MONEY DY POST.
the Ail v.inl i :;(-. ( lllr i c ,1 by till) l'onl.ll Null',
Money Order, KoslnU'rcil Letter Md S.'
Clul nollTery Stamp-Know Which Ton
Want and Ask Tor It.
"UIvo m one of t hoso Hprciiil registry
nlcrs," hM tho woman to theolark at
llio branch office, "llow iiiiii'U is tt, 10
Hy dint of considerable queatloning tin'
clerk aaoertalned that tiu ouatanar want
ed to Mod a Hiuall sum of money i ' let
ter ami knew that the United states gov
ernment had provided some tneana by
w,:h she conlil insure its safety in its
i through the mails, but hor mind
wus in hoiH-less confusion as to tho nature
of this device, for every friend who had
consulted had called it. by a different
name, and aho had conceived that all the
names referred to the aame thinn. It
took the elerk some time to explain,
''You can take yourchoiceof fiiiirways,
ma'ani, according to just whut you want,"
aid he. "if you are goin to nend only a
little money, lees than to, and your ouly
wish is to avoid Inclosing coin or inwtage
stamp or pspor as soft and bulky ns a
greenback, which may be felt through tho
etivelox, we cau Riro you a Jvstal neto
for 3 centa. This la prlnteit on a thin,
stiff paper of a stw which will lie flat in
an ordinary foldeU sheet. The elerk and
letter carriers might handle your letter all
day. aud they would uever guess from the
feeling what was iuside of it. When your
correspondent receives it. he can take it to
the postoflice and get it cashed, or bank It
as hi would a piece of money, or use it to
pay his grocer, or send it away in a letter
himself, for it is good at any postodice iu
the Cntttd States and in anybody s hands,
io long ns it is presented for redemption
within three mouths from the day of Issue.
But this very convenience is the chief draw
hick of the postal note, for if any dishon
est person should get hold of it it would
be the same as money iu his bauds.
"If absolute safety la what you are
most anxious to secure, we can give you a
money order. Ttvs is pretty nearly as
good as a bank check. We send from here
a private letter of advice coutaiuitm your
name, and when your correspondent re
ceives your order he can collect the money
on it only by telling who sent It to him
and by being himself identified as the per
son in whose favor it is drawn or elat by
indorsing it to somebody who is known at
the postoflice. This, you tee, is a decided
advantage- on tho score of safety. But,
more than that, if your order should be
stolen or destroyed, the nuverumeut holds
itself responsible, and if you comply with
certain requirements will issue you a new
order. This is something it will not do for
you if anythiuu happens to your postal
note. Tbo bad feature about the money
order, however, la that it can be cashed
only at the one postodice on which it is
drawn. On account cf the additional se
curity aurroundiag the moc.'y order we
charge mere for it that for a postal nots.
A $o order would cost you 3 cents and a
$10 order 9 cents, a 113 order 10 cents,
and so on upward.
"Then, again, there is the registered
letter. You give us your envel -pe. seaied
and indorsed i-; your own handwriting.
We know nothing about its contents. You
may have pn: only a lovi letter itl it or a
11,000 government bond, it is all the same
to us. and the price of registry is uniform
for everything. S cents. This process has
the advantage of absolute secrecy, for y in
don't have to take a single soul into your
confidence. It has the further advantage
of assuring yon that whatever you send
reaches its destination, for wo refuse to
deliver it to arty one except tlfe person ad
dressed, who must either present him.-e.lf
in peraon and be identified or give us his
authority in writing to deliver it to some
body else, whose identification we require
in the same way, and whoever receives it
is obliged to give M a written receipt in
his own handwriting, vhich we send back
to you without expense. This makes a
good deal of difference if you are making
a payment to a slippery creditor or if you
are sendir a bill to a debtor, who might
want to au'.c believe he had nevt.r heard
from you. In any such case yon have his
ewn signature to confront him with. The
safety of the registered letter is pretty Well
guarded. Every postoGce o'Jlcial through
whose hands it passes haa to account for
It to the one from whom he received it, so
that if it is lost it can be traced by our
vouchers to the very point where it disap
peared, even into the hands of the rarrier
who took it out to deliver. Registered let
ters do sometimes go a.itray, but the risk
attending los or theft is too great to make
either carelessness or dishonesty profita
ble. The government does not huid itself
responsible to yon, bat the last posfma-oer
Or clerk or carrier who is found to hav?
had your letter in his possession is likely
to lose his official head, and if the evi
denceof crookwineseis strong against bfan
is liable to go to tho stnto prifou for a
term of years.
''Finally, if yonr great object is speed,
you may find it best to use the special de
livery. We sell you a peculiur kind of 10
cent stamp, which you put on your letter
besides its regular postage. The instant
the letter is taken out of the box into
which yon drop it It Is hurried Into the
first mail, on top of the whole pileof other
letters, with the stamp sticking up, so us
to catch the eye of evi-ry clerk who han
dles the package. When it mchtl 'he
town to whb h it is addressed, it is picked
out without an Instant's delay and MBt
to your corresjif indent by a sp'-rial DUHMI
per, so that if the ordinary carrier deliv
eries are Infrequent It may reach Its d
tination one, two, three or four hours be
fore it would If left to take the usual
course. Tho messenger who delivers it
takes with him a look, in which the re
cipient of the letter signs a rueeipt, noting
tho hour and minute, so thit if any MM
tion ever arises nfu-rward you can have
the messenger's book hunted up.
"So, yon see, we have something to
meet every need, and the way to make
sure of the U'st result Is to enow Just
the right thing. If you are sending some
thing whose value you don't care much
about, but tyhicli you are In a great, hurry
to push through, don't register, but use the
ppeelal delivery. If you are sending some
thing which ytm arc in no haste about, but,
you want to make absolutely suru with
your own eyes that the right person has re
ceived it, don't botbaj with money orders
or special delivery li Iters, but use the reg
lstry. If you are sending a sum of money
simply nnd find It. inconvenient to use n
ehecl? or draft, but want to assure the same
afety of payment and don't mind letting
ithe postoflice people know what you are
doing, take out a money order. If the
Amount you are sending is too small to
fworry about and all you core for is to send
lit in aome form which won't tell tides
through tho anvi !ope, buy a postal note."
t Washington Star.
The. American Olive.
The growth of the ollvu Is to be. It scorns
to mo, one of tho leyling nnd most per
manent Industries of southern California.
It will give us, what it is nearly imHjsalble
to buy now, pure olive oil, in place of tho
cottonseed and lard mixture' in general
use. It is a most wholesome and palatable
Article of food. Those whoso chief experi
ence of tho olivo is tho large, coarse and
not agreeable .Spanish variety, used only
ah an uppetizer, know little of the value of
the best varieties as food, nutritious us
meat, and always delicious. Qood bread
And adish of pickled olives make an excel
lent meal. The sort known aa the Mission
(Jive, planted by the Franciscans a century
ngo, is general ly grown now, nnd tho best
fruit is from the older trees.
The most BUOMaafu attempts iu culti
vating the olivo aud putting it on the mar
ket have lxvii made by Mr. F. A. Kimball
and Mr. Kllwood Cooper. The experi
ment! have R me far enough to show t hai,
the industry is very remunerative. The
best olivo oil I have ever tasted anyivheie
is that produced from the Cooper and
Kimball orchards; but not enough is pro
duced to supply the local demaud. Mr.
Cooper baa written a careful treatise on
olivo culture, which will bo of great son
loe to all growers, The art of pickling is
not yet mastered, and pwhafMI some other
variety will be preferred to tbe Old alia
Ion Cot the table.
A mature olivo grove iu good bearing is
a fortune. I foci SUN tb.it within nve.-it y
live years this will lie one of tho must prof
I table industries In California, mid that the
demand for pure oil and cdiblo fruit In the
I niU'd States will drivo out the adulter
ated and inferior present commercial
products. Hut California can easily rtiiu
Its reputation by mloptiiiff the European
systems of adulteration. -Charles Dudley
Warner iu Harper's.
Cuttle In America
The Hrt cattle that were brought iuto
the American colonies (rare landed at the
James river plantation, In Virginia, iu the
year 1007 They came from tbe WpsI lit
dies, and were descendant! of cattle taken
to those Islands by Columbus OOnUaao
oad voyage, iu 1490. Iu UttO several eowa
were lauded, and itl 1611 about LOO bead
more were brought to the plantation. This
was the origin of tho cattle business iu
America. In order to encourage the cattle
industry to the fullest possible extant an
order was passed forbidding the slaughter
of any animal of the kind under penalty Of
death Under thia restriction the number
of cattle increased to 30,0W iu VirgMiia
alone by the cud of tho ycej 1080
The first cat lie brought to New England
arrived at Plymouth iu IflM, They were
Imported from England by Governor
Wiuslow Three heifers and a bull made
up the party. Iu color, the old record says,
they were black, black and white and
brlndle In 1080 twelve cows were sent to
Cape Anu; iu 10(9, thirty more. In 1080
bOUt W were Imported for the colony of
Massachusetts Day. During the yean
last above mentioned, 108 cattle had been
sent from Texel, Holland, into New York,
so that by the year ltW0 there were a good
many bead of horned cattle iu tho col
From lfiJl to 16K a large number of cat
tie for those times was brought iuto New
Hampshire (torn Denmark. These wero
huge yellow cattle, Taking all of these
cuttle together, they were tho foundation
from which all tho common native cattle
of our country have descended.-fit Louis
he iiottet Desert l" the World.
It: is D t genera'.!)' knowu that the hot
test, most arid desert iu the world is In
the United States, but such is the fact.
Tho Cocapah desert is small, but it Is the
most dangerous of any in the known
world. Standing upon the mountain
range to the cast, looking across the to
miles of plain to another mountain range
on the west, with glimpses of two small
la'ses midway between, it does not appear
that it requires any extraordinary feat of
danger or endnrance to cross the plain.
And this has caused theloesef many lives.
The sand of that desert is so hot that in a
few miles tho shoes will be literally burned
iiff tho traveler's feet, beasts will be over
come before half the distance is ancom-
asai d, and the adventurous traveler dies
from without and thirst within. Many
have been known to attempt the journey,
ar. l but few have been known to return.
These have gone no farther than the first
lake, and finding it salt water have beaten
n retreat. The nearest lake has been
reached often enough to know that it ebbs
and flows with the gulf of California, and
the water ii the same, hence it must 1 a
part of that body, aithough separated
from it by CO or 70 miles of solid earth
and a high range of mountains. This
range wa3 probably at one timo an island
, end the Cocapah desert tbe bottom of tho
lea, I once started across the barren
I waste to investigate, hut I had not gone
10 miles beforo becoming completely tx
. hausted. The soles of my feet were hlis
I tered with beat, my brain grew dizzy, I
l could get no air, ami the breath seemed to
stop In my throat. I turned back jnst in
! timo to save my life, nnd whn I reached
; theforis's of the mountain once morel
was delirious for hours." St. Louis
that ho had never beard of her son, wlio
waa in Minucaotu when ho wroto his last
letter. For some time the good woman bo
lieved that the New Yorker wits an Im
postor who did not. como from America at
all. New York Tribune,
I'n !..;. .HiaUlUS III If. III.
Iu u letter addressed by a lively Joiing
brother to his sinter, which liears the ilnle
Monday, May 'Jo, 1K4U, 1 huve found the
following record of opinion:
"Have you tried theslamps yatf 1 think
they are very absurd aud troublesome. I
don't fancy making my mouth a glue pot,
although, tO be Sure, yOU have t he satis
taction of kissing, or rather slobbering
nver, bee majentv s bark This, however,
1 should say, is about tho greatest Insult
the present nUaiatn could have offered the
quean," Notaaand Queries,
The Single luiinr to l-'ratice.
Universal sulfrnue may lie vitiatisi in two
ways through the money of candidates or
by the luUuenco of the government I mil
viduals are mentioned who have spent ns
much a.s t-W.UOi) francs for B sent In the
chamber of deputies. Halt amilllon franca
came out of the OOflNe of Huulangism for
three elections only. Olio cannot nee.
among niicli conditions, what. Incomes of
equality. If wo begiu to buy voles it will
be time to exclaim with La manuals, "Si
lence, ye poor!" Jules Klmou in Korum.
O r A (': i k"""' "., V '
New in mi- l or Abolishing War.
It in a noteworthy fact thatulthough tho
gospel of ponc.o bus been proclaimed
throughout every nook and corner of Bu
mps for nearly 9,000 years, that eon tin est
i'i today an armed i amp from the Hritiah
lalanda to tbu Cauoaaua and from tho
North sen to tho Mediterranean,
i inm the flrst Christmas day until the
lutcM one. and Upon every Babbuth in the
year Christian people have been repeating
the words Qnt heard by Syrian shepherds,
"PcaOS on earth.'' This is Christian pre
cept. Now for Christian practice, There
Is scarcely a male child bom whose Brat
present, after the rattle and tbo rubber
dull, Is not u drum, a nword or n gnu
Tho gun is seldom loaded, which la good
enough, mid the swurd In uiadu of wood,
I. iii the smallest child hooii knows I hat
these things urn meant to kill souiothing
or somebody, and lm hopes to do something
111 tbut line when be bei.omes u big Inuu.
When children an' trained from the
cradle to respect (ho rights and fecliugsof
others, they will not Isi eager wbon they
become turn logo out ami kill other men
whom they have never wnu ami who have
never done them Injury This la u slow
process, but nil the great movements of
nature lire slow, without baste and with
out net. Hut this la tbe way to the stum,
and the ladder to the hlghoet heaven must
have lbs lowest rung clone to mother earth
It with A V. 'liitune, 'i'i I, JSJ3.
"CHICAGO, Oct. Si. Vlin first olllcial
announcement of World's Fair di
ploma! on Hour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair judgaj to the Hour rnann
(aoturod by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
In the gr nit Wflahburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. Tbe committee reports
tho Hour strong and pure, ami entitles
it to rank as first-clans patent Hour for
lamlly and lakers' uaj."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
1 ho above brands of flour can be hn l at auy of the following merchants,
who will accept THB TRIBUNE FLOUR coiton of 86 on each one huulrod pounds
of flour or od on each barrel of flour.
svouuii Taylor Judge A Co, Uoid Medals Atberton
fluryoa Ltiivrence Store CV., Gold Medal.
Moole Juhn Mci'rimllu. Uulil Medal
Pittston at W O'lloylu, QoM Modal
Clark's Green Frace it 1'nrker, Huperlathe.
Clark's Mimuilt - K. M. Vouag, Qold Modal
Dlton-S K. Finn & Bon, (Icild Modal Braal
Nlcholspa-J. . ii.' .a j.
Wav.rly-M. w Bllns Ar Sun, Hold Medsl.
Factory villi)-Charlos Uardncr, lil Medal.
Hopliiiitoiu N. M. Finn & Soo, Gold Medal
Tooyhaona TobyhatUM Lh-ni'tu l-uiauer
Co, tioid Motal Brand.
Qua Ids bo ro 8 A. Adams. Ooll Medal Bran d.
Moscow-GAieo ft dements, Gold Modal.
Lako Arifl-James A. Burtree. Gold Medal.
Forest City J. L. Morgan ii Cu.. Guld Medal
fcrnton-F. P. Pries, Washington
in. i, aicua lirauJ.
Dunmoro-K. P, Prloa Gold Me.Ul Brand.
Dnnmore r D Mauley. Buperlanve Branl.
Uyde tark Carson & Isv Wahlnirii St.
Qold Medal Brand; J oph A. Meurs.Mam
avorr.in. Suhrlatlvw Brand.
Green Ridge A LBpenoer.Qold Medal Brand.
J. T. McHle. Superlative
Providenco Fenner & Chap pel L N' Mala avo-
nne. Baperlative lirand;C. J OlUetple, w.
Market strait. Go' 1 Medil Brand
Olyphant -Janes Jordan Baperlative Bran l.
Pr ki ll o Shslt -r 4: K. t Kunrlrl
n;ony. literally consumed with heat Ji rmyn-C. O. Wpit -r ,t Co bnperaiutive
.u: I Ar.-hh.-ll l .Ttin.- S un. :n .t On 1 1,1. 1 lll
Curl on la:o-B. S. Clark, Gild Modal Brand
nonasaaie I ruetersoo Gui I Mol
Siaooka M. H. Lsvelte.
ISayonct. and Sword.
Tho aaber used by the United States
cavalry is copied from tho scimitcrof the
fiaracens, which was tho most, effective
! sword foT nitting purposes ever devised.
I, will bo remembered how, according to
: tbe story told In Sir Walter Boott's ''Tal
isman, with such n weapon tho pagan
. onlauin ehopped a soft f ashion In two nt
ooo blow, to the amazement of Itichard
Cceurde Lion. With a straight, sword ono
can make a hnok or thrust, at tOlUoan
: adversary one must saw with It The
I sclmlter, Ijeingcorved and wide and heavy
' tuwarrl th'i end, slices by the mere fact of
striking. Tbo kind of bayonets chiefly
used by the Federal troopsduring tho war
I of tho rebellion waa the old triangular
pattern. Hword bayonets wero also em
! ployed on guns Imported from Kuropo.
During the last, 10 years the regulation
i bayonet lias been of the "ramrod" type
' a hideous instrument, cylindrical and of
the thickness of a ramrod, with a sharp
screw point like that, of a rarrientcr's bit.
i It Is now to be replaced with the knife
bayonet, which sotnirwhnt resembles n
butcher's knife, is li Inches long, with
one erlge. It, Is quite aseffectivetM much
lighter than the sword buyou t Tim lot
ter Is tiling dispensed with by most, of the
European nations In favor of the knife
bayonet. Tho bayonet was n French In
ventlon. in th- early dajsof firearms ol
fliere Used to carry lith guns and pikes,
but the notion of attaching the plketotbn
gun In such a manner that both could he
u-ed at, the same lime was tbo beginning
of tho Idea of the bayonet Troy Times.
A German feasant's Idea nf America.
Americans who leave the beaten track of
travel in tjennanv are always obfeets of
I more or less interest to the people, There
jis tho curiosity duo to the great distance
1 that the visitors have come from, and bo
: Hides a (;nrian w l.'u hoa not. a relative oral
least a friend In this country Is a rarity
I The t raveler Is asked nil kinds of questions
about tbe Uliltl Btates, and often a most,
lamentable Ignorance Is displayed by the
Germans about tbe distant, country. A
caso In point Is related by a New Yorker
who spent Home lime one summer In nvil
lagan Hanover, at some distance from a
railroad. 1 levas visiting a physician whom
ho had met at. Merlin In the university days
of both of them.
One afternoon the physician, accom
panied by his friend, drove to a farm DOUM
to visit a sick child. When ho alighted
the American remained iu the vehicle. In
the course of his call the physician hnp
ponod to mention that his companion was
from the United States. As they drove
away an old lady rushed out of tho honsn,
gestic ulating wildly anil calling on them
to stop. 1'hoy did this, and sbo ran up, all
out of breath, shouting:
"How is my sou? He is In America."
Bho did not hear of tho New Yorker's mi
tiouifiity until after tho physician left the
house, nnd ran to make inquiry about her
son, who had been in America for fifteen
years. Tho woman hud received no word
from or about hlai for severrl years. Bho
thought, of course, that every one jn Amer
icn knew evory ono else there, r'lie for
eigner had much difficulty in explaining
133 Penn Avenue.
MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 15
CHANCE to buy at your own price
Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sin Red Flag
William : Sissenberger
Opposite 13aiilit C'liiirch,
Pei 1 1 1 Avl'I iue,
Is replete with lino and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for tho Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will be as good as new.
l nr. uroiif renie.lv f..r m rv. un i-rentmllini iiimI nil iii.r.i,i,n, r
Jlin aem mtivB nrKniis nf ithor mu rnu h nil Nervmu rnnirsiii n Knll
Vt".' VJ' lriiHlncy, Nlhtly Kn I naUn . Y..ti tl fill BrrorS,
MiitiI! Wnrr.iummilfn nw. nf 'niliiici'inrliiiim,wlili-h leml iiiCnii-
uiiipLlnnsiirl limiiilij. Willi I'Krry M Order S (IVs Wl men ii'iur-
M.i. v i.ur, r
niiit;,M.Muiunr lenii,,, i nniioj Helil HI SI.M er I.ur. U l.ineo
for SW.OO. It IU MOI ft UllrJ lOkt Mil CU vcluud. iaio.
PnrRitle bC n llAltltls. Drueflnt, 191 I'snn Avenue.
MANHOOD RESTORED! ;
TMWOt4rM rr- i!i -iir-kMtentl
til rura nil nrrtnu rila
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UmtMiiiibtOf1,Mi:litl)r KotUiorifi, NrfoiinMCS",nt)drnlT,in1 lOMOI power
roQtnttTtOnftBIOf either Rni cau And by over ivrtlnn.jrAnlh fill nironi.
excordlfo unv 01 tobacco, opium or ntlniutitnti, " U h u I Intlrmltr, Con-
.,!.,. r it 11 v I ' i l ' - u r V 1 ii . ' l . I Itl ! . CI ( ''.
Stiy nail prtpaJd With a 9& or dot ire ni ?e h written ti.n unii-r (. eiii'e
ntVPMtmVm ltMUJll1li.iittuor. Aum ajchvi; m i inti., Muiuulc 'j'ctnpio, CuiCAOO. ILU
For Salo in Scranton, Pa., by H, C. SANDERSON, Druggist, cw. v;aghinfftOD
md Spruue ulreQW
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
HTMINWA Y SON
DHCKBR r.UOTilKlia sirs
It IIAMI'II & HA.k
BTUlj'l". & I. Al l. II
4 1m a uirt,', nmk jf nmt-elaM
Mi Ml , l;TV, BTO
Atlantic Refining Co,
llaaataetoren m.i Deaian la
lllaminatiii and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Nnptnas nnd Gaso
lines of all j;rade. Ax'e Gri ase,
rinion (Jreae and Colliery Com
1'cmnd j also, a liir?e hue of l'ar
riiffiuo Wax Candles.
We hIso handle the Famoni CR0W;
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in th market
WILLIAM MASON, Manage.
OfBce: Coal Exchnnsa, Wyoming Atj.
N urkn at i'mu llrooK.
II IK IN Q, BLASTIXO AND BPOBTIKQ
Manufnctuicjnt tho tVnpwnlloppn Mills, l.u
Eernc cminly Ps unil t Wll
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agrnt for th Wymnili!? District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
1 litrd KaUanal Hunk Bu'.Miu
TIlos FORD, PJttst in, r
JoUN It 8MITH80N;PlymonUl r.
B W MULLIOjVK, wllkss-Barre, r
AiMitn for tho Heiuuiio i 'homloitl Com-
i niij'u ii ,. : Baajeetvee
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PUTKB 8 li ok 00.. tot p. upimi. $1,000,001.
iKT HIIOIS IN TUB WORM.
"I ttothr $itvnl it a dollar MfMtf
ThUl Mlli8nlll Frem hloiio.KIIUitt.
ton BOOftdlttnteM free nnvwhin' lit ill1 U.A..OD
racftptnfrimh, Monty Oracr,
or nmi Nuln for $1.M.
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eohi 111 n't rrlaii rtiotcfl i-r
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ourelve, tlit'rvfore wo punr
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Dint If Ml QW 11 D'tt iIUftr
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BY SNIPPING AND CLIPPING YOU GET $24 VALUE FOE
dust to think of the delights of a trip all over our own country,
from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico!
Beinqr able to do it in easy stares, at
TEN CENTS "a stage." includ
ing the services of a guide! Vet,
that is just what we do for you.
Realistic Pictures from ever part of
America, done in NEW process
indelible typogravure delineate
The incomparable worid-famed traveler ani lecturer, PROF. GEO.
R. CROMWELL, is the guide. Journalistic enterprise is th conductor
cf the trip.
"From Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico,"
will be pabliahad in wpfklr sriwi of Mviin riew (eaob tiw llxlSj inches
lully worth 50), ami Till ombr.iff tb physicsl and sesnio woadrrj of
Our Own Land,
the wliolo o.litcl bj Prof, Q, R, Cromwell Baoh series will be eacloeed ia
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MARCH S3 I
This Coupon, with two like it, but oi different g
dates, and with Ten Cents in cash, will secure one I
s part of the World's Fair Art Portfolio in four
2 partsthe ono announced bsfore.
IVIARCH 1 3
This Coupon, with another like it, but of differ- 3
S ent date, and with Five Cents in cash, will secure
the "Trip Around the World" portfolio of photo
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