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JUNE 22, I'JOO.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
The Republican National Convention
has been in aeacion in 1'biladelpbia,
irice Tuesday at 12:36 noon, but up to
our pre hour no nomination had been
made. MeKinley will be renominated
by acclamation, and the latest advices
indicated that the nomination for sec
ond place would be forced upon Govern
or Roosevelt, of New York. The pro
gramme waa to make the presidential
nomination on Wednesday, but the pro-
f ranime seems to have not been followed,
lowever, the convention's work is un
doubtedly finished e'er this.
Tub action of the twelve member
of the lower house of Congress, from
Sfisfouri, relative to tie Nicaragua
canal, demonstrate how intensely in
terested the Democratic party is in the
access of the mammoth National pro
ject. Eleven of Missouri' members
voted against the measure and the
twelfth one absented himself from the
session. That' business ; oppose every
thing calculated to benefit the country.
Kansas has made another record.
Not content with plastering the walls of
her State buildings with conceited mort
gages; not content with doubling her
bank deposit incc IS'.Hj, she row ha
but one inmate in the i-tate poor frm.
Dining-halls and liedrooins that a lew
years ago were crowded with the idle,
the hungry, and with the poorly clad,
now echo and re-echo the solitary tramp
of their one sole inmate, a ho is without
kith or kin, and is too old and feeble to
work. But one sad relic remains in the
Kansas poorhouse, to remind the tax
payer of the day when its free soup
free beds and free clothe were donated
to those who were compelled to be in
idleness under a Democratic adniinis-
tration. and under its nolicv of destruc-
tion to all American industries, bot!
farm and factory. Kalama Bulletiu.
Tn Cowlitz Advocate very perti
nently remarks upon the school teacher
problem a follows: "Here are some
figureBOver which our teacher friends
should ponder before signing contracts
for the next year : Signal boys in log
ging camps are being paid 35 a month
and board. No special ability is re
quired; any wide-awake boy of fourteen
will do. Many youngsters of fifteen to
twenty earn from t-VJ to $70 a month in
onr shingle camps. No mental attain
ments and not even a strong physique is
m , ,. a . '
These are but samples of the ,
great advance in wages paid labor over
those of a short time ago. The general
advance in prices and cost of living has
been iu greater ratio. Wiilo there has
been a alight upward tendency in
teachers' wages, it has not been com
Ipensurate with the advance in other
lines of employment. There is no
teacher worthy of the name whose ser
vices are not worth more than those of a
boy of fourteen in a lugging camp or a
shingle mill, and there is absolutely no
good reason why a teacher should be
paid less than such a boy receives.
Willamette valley papers are at
present saying a great deal about the
dairying business in that section of the
State, the inference being readily drawn
that it is the desire to have it under
Stood that no other part of the State is
adapted to duirying. Wrong, utterly
and entirely no. While Columbia
County dairymen are not making a
great fuss about it, the dairy product
here, according to population
is equal '.
in extent to any other County iu the
State, and as to genuine quality of the
product, we don't etup aBide for anyone,
thank you. While dairying has len
carried on to a greater or less extent in
this County for many years, during all
of which time there has been a great
. , , , . .
deal of money made out of the effort,
the record established during the last
four or five years exceeds anything in the
history of that business here, and we
are now just arriving at a point where
we can speak of the matter as being
only in the embryo. The next ten years
will witness the greatest advance in
that industry in Columbia County, both
in extent and perfection of quality, ever
seen in any County in iuiy State. Our
dairymen are a progressive lot of men,
and their adoption of modern methods
and perfection in quality of stock is a
matter commanding attention from the !
public eye and encouraging comment 1
from individual residents. The estab
lishment of skimming stations in the
several neighborhoods throughout the
County, as a matter of fact, has been a
wonderful stimulus to the dairy busi
ness, and the beginning has just begun.
8THVCK IT KICH.
Former Columbia County Boy Om
of the Luiklra.
Two more hard working proipector
tvttvtt finnllv won one of ih bur urizca iu
the grtnt mining lottery, wy the
Kiiini1t..r Minnr. CmrM It. Konkv
and r-ani May arts the men. l'avo Cop-
pint?, of unipU'r, m iiiieriisu;a iio
tlx'iu in tli property.
The atriko waa made on the IVwey,
an entmaiou of tlie liolcomla load, with
only a fractional Uad belre-n. Tlu-w
(fentlemen own four claim on the lead.
me ipwey, rtaimim, aiaiiaim ami
Ooturt. Tlicy were located Inst fall and
1 only the awesampnt work d ine at that
time. About a month ago Mt-wra. Ivnn-
nU wgau to irwprvt me
claim. Deal was found lu abundance.
. -n(j tru.ri were aoiutt outcrorpimr at
was sunk high up on tho liillide, but
no at ie-factory rvsulta were obtained.
Finally, reasoning as only a pros
pector d.- reason, which is bam don
iiotwt-iron law- and would never satisfy
one of the "professor," they divided to
drive a tunnel on tho lVwey, near tho
foot of the hill, not far above Silver
crwk. At a depth of only twenty-live
fuet a lcdtfo waa encountered one day
last week. At present the tunnel is in
fifty fot-t and is "till in lede matter,
withnoaign of wall rock. The tunnel
cuts the letiiro at right ar.tfle. About
fifty ponuds of rock, knocked down in
discriminately acroM this twenty-rive
feet, has been sampled and assayed. It
carries trwd gold values; not fabulously
rich, but of that medium trade which
is characteristic of laro bodies of ore in
true fissure vien.
The location and conditions are said
to be idta! for convenient and econom
ical mining. After cutting through
tho lede, drifting tactic will bo
These gentlemen have been in this
district lor several rears, lhey nave
sunk many shafts and driveu hundred
of feet of tunnels, but heretofore the
heartless old hag of fortune has re
warded their hard work only with hope
deferred a promise of something gnod
further in the hard rock. Under such
adverse conditions it requires a stayer
who doesn't know how to quit, to make
a success of mining, when muscle and
experience are the operators' only
TKIBITE TO THE I'OETS.
Effnaiuns Not Received a Being of
Editoh Oregon Mist. The poetical
ability displayed in the la-t issue of the
Coluiiihia Countv News retlect no credit
upon tlie authors or on an editor who
prints such trash. The attack upon cer
tain young gentlemen and ladies of this
neighborhood was anything but gentle
manly, and as to propriety it falls quite
! short of the mark. We arc quite sur
prised that any gentleman would allow
i his name to be" used in connection with
a literary club (so called) which can tind
no more elevating topics to handle than
the samples recentlv given to the pub
I lie, in case such a club had existence iu
i fact, but which, by cereful inquiry, we
i tind has no existence. We are also sur-
j prised that the parlies would affix their
name as oiheers oi such an organization
where common decency eeenis to have
no abiding place. The author of the
verses (?) is an almost total stranger to
the young people of this vicinity, but
be has arrived just about at the point
of becoming lietter acquainted. The in
sults could be borne bv the male portion
ot tiiose attacked, but when ladies name
are dragged into such business it is but
just and proper that such actions have
the rebuke and condemnation which is
at present manifested in this neighbor-
l nool. v e understand, Mr. Lavie, upon
Zooa authority, that you positively re
fused to publish the effusion which ap-
peared later in the other paper. I5y such
refusal you displyed your customary
?rj0,t lenient, and won for yourself and
tne esteem aud praise of
every sound-mimleu person, not only in
this vicinity, but wherever the filth was
read. Yours, Frank Sheffield.
Warren, June lif, 1900.
FltOM JtllGE DOBBINS.
Congratulates Republicans on their
Oswego, June 13. Friend White:
It may be a little late, but I feel like
congratulating you on your recent elec
tion. You are probably aware of the
fact that a a matter of principle I am
opposed to any one person being elected
to the same oflice for more than two
terms in succession, but there are excep
tions to all rules, and as I have always
been a great admirer of record-breakers
l''u "Aic tciiuiu i null limb uieiiutauu,
' nn .,,,,. fVln, ha '
before len elected for the fourth term
to the office of Assessor or any other
County office, bo I throw my time-honored
principle to the dogs and hurrah
for the record breaker of Columbia Coun
ty. Seriously, I am reaily very glad you
were re-elected. Oregon's Republican
majority is grand and glorious, and fig
nrativefy speaking, it is the handwrit
ing on the wail that foretells the doom
of Bryanism at the election in November.
Y'ours, Jos. Uobbins.
Can Tell no Secrets,
No one need be afraid that census
secrets will he divulg'-d by the Enumer
ators, for in the instructions to Enumer
ators who are now gathering the infor
mation for the census in June, among
others are the following:
"If you arc asked w hat is the popula
i ion of vour district, or of anv nomilu.-
tion, reply that you. are forbidden by
law. to answer. All such requests,
whether from newspapers, local officials
or individuals, are to be referred to the
director of the census."
The instruction declare that an
Enumerator who communicates to any
unauthorized person any information he
vnitiu iti Ihft urfrMit.inn nf bis ilnti-u is
guilty of a misdemeanor and liable to a
i hue of not more than fj-WO. One reason
j for the law is that local officials often
mane errors, it is nopea the news
papers, local officials and others will
accept this condition of tilings and sub
mit to the delay it causes in the issuing
of census statistics.
L , . . Q , ,
I Would Not Suffer Bo Again for Hftj
Tlmea Its Price.
j t awoke Ingt night with ,'evere pain(1
! in mv stomach. I never felt so badly in
all my life. When I came down to work
thiB morning I felt so weak I could
hardly work. I went to Miller & Mc
Curdy's drug store and they recom
mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked
like magic and one dose fixed me all
right. It certainly is the finest thing I
ever used for stomach trouble. I shall
not be without it in my home hereafter,
for I should not care to endure the suf
ferings of last night again for fifty times
lis price. j. it. Wilson, Liveryman,
I iiurgcltstown, Washington Co., Pa". This
lor sale at the St. Helens
Itue J Ilia fttrike l .u?
. Muddy Complexions and Nauseating
I'rcath fromchronicconstipation. Karl's
Clover Root Tea is an absolute cure and
ha been sold for fifty years on an abso
lute guarantee. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts.
Sold by Dr. Edwin Ross.
Cl'HHKNT TAX llOI.I,.
Thrrc-l'ouriti of Whole Amount
Han Been Collet-tod.
Tlie tm roll for 1809 for Columbia
! County M olowd laat cdnecday
f iiioiniiig liy tho Shrifll, and the work ot
mnkiiitf tip ttip le una lie til roil
, tartd at unet
The amouut collected
on the roll is a little more than three-
fourth of the entire amount charged
npon the roll, the total charj-ed beinff
t-ld.069.40, and tho amount collected
luin 44rt.07. lp vim? delimiuent
f!',6;3.33, which, indeed, fa a good show
ing for anr Comity. Of counie, the
whole amount will be collected, but no
more entrie of canh received will be
made upon the roll until after the de
linquencies are copied into another
book. This does not mean that no cash
will !e received and receipted for; fur
from it. Those who have not yet paid
need not defer the matter long -r. You
will get your olllcinl receipt whenever
you see fit to pay. The Sheriffs lelivve
that nearly f'.H.0 will be paid iu liefore
the roll is alvertised. The sooner the
amounts yet due are paid the better o(T
the County will lie and the less trouble
and expense the individual will have.
Hon.TON AdXKMIIlY OF VstTKO AbTIHANS,
Uori.ToM, Or.. June 15. l'.KXi.
WiiKiia.s, It has pleased the Supreme
A:tisan o( the L'niverao to remove from
our midst our esteemed Brother, Capt.
Alexander Henderson ; therefor bo it
Kekolvkd. That in the death of
Brother Henderson this Assembly lose
an esteemed and worthv Brother; the
community, a citijen whose character
was alwe reproach : the bereaved wife.
a kind and attectionate husband.
Rksolvkd, That Houlton Assembly of
United Artisans touder its sincere sym
pathy to his sorrowing wife and rela
tives. Muv thev look to Him for hopo
t and comfort who sustains all, in every
trying hour, rv II is omnipotent lovo.
"Umolvkd, That the charter of this
Assembly be draped w ith the emblem
of mourning for three months.
kksolvko, That tlie fecretarv lie in
structed to spread a copy of these reso
lutions on tlie minutes of this meet
ing and send a copy to the bereavd
wife, also transmit a copy U)TiikOkk
oox Mist, the Columbia County New
and The Artisan for publication.
J.1XK8 KOH I.KV,
Committee on Resolution.
A grand old remedy for Coughs, Colds
and Consumption; used through the
world for half a century ; has cured in-
I numerable cases of incipient consump-
t tion and relieved ninny in advanced
stages. If you are not satisfied with the
results we will refund your money,
l'riee 25 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by Ir.
Card or Thanks.
I wish to thank the Masons and all
friends for their kindness and sympathy
throughout the illness and death ol my
husband. Mtut. S. E. Hrmikkson.
lloi'LTON, Ort-gon, June lutli, IKK).
A .Hoimrr Vcrll ttah
IVstroying its victim, is a type of
constipation. The power of this malady
is felt on organs, nerve, muscles ami
brain. But lr. King's New Life l'iils
are a safe and certain cure. Best in the
world for stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels. Only L'5 cents. Sold by St.
Tlie law requiring the registration of
voters while a good one ami a measure
that has long been needed in this State,
is defective in many of the details and
will cause much confusion, especially in
this County where so many elections
are held. The registration books are
now closed for two years, and persons
who move from one precinct to another
before the Presidential election will be
unable to vote without going to the
trouble of filling out an affidavit which
must be signed by six freeholders and
testifying to his qualifications as an
Vu Try It.
If Shiloh'a Cough and Consumption
Cure, which is sold for the small price
of 2.i cts., 60 cts. aud $1, does not cure.
take the bottle back and we wili reiund
your money. .Sold for over fifty years
on this guarantee. Price 2 cts. and 50
cts. Sold bv Dr. Edwin Ross.
The Astoria papers declare that the
report that the railroad company will
th is season raise the transportation rates
between Astoria and 1'ortland are un
founded. Instead of a raise there will
probably be a reduction, says one paper.
A Wealth at llrauly
Is often hidden by unsightly pimplet,
eczema, tetter, erysipelas, Ball rheum,
etc. Bueklen's Arnica Salve will glorify
the face by curing all skin eruptions,
also cuts, bruises, burns, boils, felons.
ulcers and worst form of piles. Only 25
cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
by St. Helens Pharmacy.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
J. H. Ackerman has just completed a
new register to be used in all the pub
lic schools in the State. The general
plan in the new register is to have a
detailed record of every pupil, from the
time he enters school nntil he leaves,
and a copy of the record to lie left by
the teacher for the use of his successor.
Last fall I sprained my left hip while
handling some heavy boxes. The doc
tor I called on said at first it was a
slight strain and would soon be well,
but it grew worse ana the doctor then
savi I had rheumatism. It continued
to grow worse and I could hardly get
around to work. I went to a drug store
and the druggist recommended me to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I tried
it and one-half of a fifty-cent bottle
cured me entirely. I now recommend
it to all my friends. F. A. Uabcock,
Erie, Pa. It is for sale at the St. Hel
n it b. -hj
Karl's Clover Root Tea
lintnMfha th Complsxlon, PnHflM I he
II nod ,Klve lrah,Urarllln. CurwCon
jIImi on, iiuligeuinn, ""J all KruMiom of
ino bkiii. An u.'reesMe Laxative N.rve
Ionic. Sold on ahwlule Kntniritfl by all
druKxIita at 21:., 60c. and I.OO.
C. WELLS & CO., LCROV, N. V.
FOR SALE BY EDWIN ROSS.
O' . I I II "I
Come from Dr. D. R. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He write: VKIectric
Fitter ha cured Mr, llrewor of scrof
ula, w hich had caused her great suffer
ing for year. Terrible sore would
break out on her head and face, and the
best doctors could give heir no hvlii ; but
now ner neaitn i excellent." Electric
Hitter I the best blood purifyer known,
It' the supreme remedy for eciema.
tetter, salt rheum, ulcer, boll and run'
ning tore. It stimulates liver, kidney
and bowels, expel poison, help diges
tion, build up the strength. Only 60
ceiu. rHiu uy m. Helen I'liaruiacy,
Mr. W. A. Hine. of Manchester. 1.
writing of hi almost miraulou escape
irom ueain, say: "exposure alter
mcnsiei induced serious lung trouble
wnicn ended in Consumption. I hai
frequent hemorrhage and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
ti i list soon iu. then 1 began to uso lr,
King's New Discovery which wholly
cured me. Hundreds have used it on
my advice and alt sav it never fail to
cure throat, chest aud lumr troubles.'
Regular io 60 cent aud l. Trial bot
tie Iree at the St. Helen Pharmacv,
A Card of Thank.
I wish to say that I feel under lasting
obligation for what Chamberlain's
I ough Remedy has done for our family
We have used it in so many caws of
coughs, lung trouble and whooping
cough, ami it ha always given the most
periecl satiklaclion, and we loel greatly
indebted to the manufacturer of this
remedy and wish theiu to please accept
our ucartv tnaiiKs. Keepwtlully, Was.
S. Doty, i)e Moines, Iowa. For sale at
the St. Helens Pharmacv.
Physician and Surgeon
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
DR. H.R. CLIFF,
Physician and Surgeon
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
DR.J. E. HALL,
Physician and Surgeon
i. W, IAY
W. B. DILLAK1'
DILLARD & DAY,
ATTORN E YS-AT-LA )l
Oincs next Wr to Courthouse,
ft. IIKI.E.N. UKKUOM.
Gni-rl t'ri'' Id courts f OriKn or Wash
For the speedy and permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without on equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued ce effecta a permanent
cure. It also cure itch . barber's itch,
scald head, eore nipple, itchinir Dile.
chapped hands, chrouio sore eyes and
Dr. Tally's Condition rowdVm for
l .. . . 1. 1 - : 1 . .
uornes ro mo re.n ionic, mood pnnner
and vermifuge. Price, 23 cents, bold by
Dr. Edwin Koss.
POPULAR KE4URT FOR
Star Brewing Company's Lager.
-IMPORTED AND DOMKSTIC-
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Card tallies and other devices for ainuaement.
- h'evr.papers and peroneal.
NEXT TO THE HOTEL.
KT. HELENS, : : OREGON.
Will make the season of IDOOat my place
on Milton creek, or where conven
ience may dictate.
Is eight year old, fifteen hands high ;
was sired by "Farwell." His dam
was "Maud," a full Morgan.
Terms: Insurance, $5.00.
O. C. BARGE R, Yankton, Or.
SHARP RAZORS AND CLEAN
None but purest chemicals used in wash-
i 1 ..i .u. f......
log aiiu vicuiJBiiJg tiio iiwe.
Get a Hot Towel on Your Face
Usual prices for work.
DECKER'S OLD STAND, ST. HELENS
ft IOII roUTLAND, DAILY
Willamett Slough Route
Leave St. Helen. ... fi :3d A M
Arrive at Portland. .10 :.10 A M
Iave Portland 2 :0 P M
Arrive at St. Helens. 0:00 P M
rAHE 26 c-Karr.
Will Carry KnOilwr but Passen
gers ami I'ait Freight,
9S Jt.HK KOOIt, Maaler
I " A
sr. tmsxs, ... ORSGOS.
If you want Mimthlii rtmm to th
Only th beat of
Lipn and Cisars Kept in Stock
OPCN FROM 8 A. M. TO
ia O OLOCK MIONIONT.
5 VOO ARt ALWAYS WILOOMI
None but the bet in both
Imported and Domestie
wine, liquor and cigar.
wines, liquor ana cigar.
, nvoito unoic tuuicvrv
vS utnuo nuDLt unionu
i iv vnvoiwicu fiviiiiiitru ?
5 lleer alwavs on draught. A
CLOHINCiR A WHITNCT. Prop. K;
No ladies furniture 1 comtilete jj
without a new liht-runuiinj
If yon buy a lewing-machine why
not gt-t the lM't. Hild on easy
terms without interest.
C. P. LOONET, Agont
lj Aatoriu ... Orouon. S'
0. R. & I CO.
t.ra.r Time SCHEDULES
t'hlcaitiv Iwll Lke, twnver. Yt. 4 p.m.
I'nrtUitd Wiirtli. Omaha, Kan
Hilal Ma. Lily, M. I.i.uli,
S.lii a ia. Chicago aud Kwt.
Sail !.ake. IH-nvfr, Ft. 7:00.m.
Atlantic Worth, Otuha, Kan
KxpreM aaa City. hi. Lottla,
V (M p. oi. Cbll-agoaud t'aat.
Walla Walla. Lrwla- S tOa. m.
Skall6 !'', iMif Kite, Moiri
Fiver aHlii, Hi. t'aul,
6 00 p.m. liututh, Mllwauace,
Cblcago aud EaaL
Ocaan Staamihlpa. .
8 m- .All aallln !ate milj- P'
jwt l change.
For Han Fraticlwo
Mil every fit daya.
rially Columbia River 4 p. m.
Ki Kuuday etumin ICi.Suuday
S p. m.
Cnturday To Astoria and Way
lu p. tu. laudluxt.
Ca m. Wlllamatta Rlr. 4pm.
Ex.tfunday Orrnoo City. Newborg. Ka.Suuilay
Kalctn A w ay land'i
1 m m Wlllamatt and Yam lUnu,
Tiiei!lh'ur. hl" '' M.ia. Wed.
sad Sm. Oregon City, baytnn, ami Frl.
tn. Wlllamatta Plar. 4 k) p. m.
Tuw.'Thttr. FortUnd to Corvallln Mn. Wd.
and Hal. aud Way landliiita. aud Krl.
I.v. Rlparla BnakaRlvtr. ' I..Iw'tnn
l lli m. tl.lly at
dally Rlparla to Lnalmou. 8uu. in.
W. II. HURLBEBT,
General l'ansoniicr Air ot,
j STOMA & COLUMBIA RIYER
li RAILROAD COMPANY.
8 00 I .0'
(Malkiinlt). . . .
Mitrnlilnnd.. , ,
.. A.torlu ... I.v
1 1 M
9 40 V,0!
9 li) Ml.ti,
10 00 M.3
10 10 ui.il
10 iti i7i.ii
10 Ml 7H 7!
11 Ot i.l
11 10 uo.
11 w -i.4!
11 30 irj
All trnlna makn elnae eonnertlon. at (Johla
with Nurtherii I'lUiiito train, to uud fcirn the
Eat and Hound point. At I'nrtland with all
traliia le. viiiii Union depot. At A.mrla Willi I,
K. A N. Cn.'N hont and rail llrio to and frua 11
watio and North llcmih iilnt..
raanenirffra for Aatoria or wav nolnta mii.t fine
traina at Houlton, Train will .ton Ut lot tn..
aener ofTat Houlton when coining from boiuu
VH Ol UUUIC. ...
Oon. faa. Aku, Aatorla, Or
WHITE COLLAR LINE
THE COLUMBIA ItlVBR AND l'UUET BOUND
rftii-lhiff Foot of Alder Hlrflet, fortlantl.
Leavei I'ortfuiid dally (exri!ntHiitwIay)nl7 A, M
iyttinlliiK T!li'phon fliK'k. ANtorln.
Thriven AKtorla Mrtlly cx.pt Hun(,t,y)7 P. M.
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U. B. SCOTT, Pres.
THE NEW YORK STORE
SUMMER SHIRTS OAfltQ Vn0h
THREE FOR 65 C. MUID. Mill.
Summer Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices
Cooper Building Main Street, ST. HELENS, 01tE(50N
.JOHNSON & OURCOORFER DROS.
O-Manntariurvra of and 1'ralcr. lu a
...All Kinds of Rough end Dressed Lumber...
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Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc
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CLA TSKANIE, - OREGON.
.STEAMER JOSEPH KELLOGG....
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Portland and Kelso Route via Columbia River.....
DELL SHAVER, Maeter.
The company ronorvu the rlgh to oliaiiKo tlmo
OOOO R0AO TO THE MILL.
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All the new well written.
Article deecrihing Western
fetlorie of love and adventure
Hrilliant illustration by ni'wamier artlxts
Interi'itinit vketche arid liieraturo for
Ihivs and girls.
1'ushioii article anil illustration for
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