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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1902)
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you your share of trade; $
advertising in drill nan.
Is a Tery important factor ia
bosiness. toor crintinc v. Z
2 sons brings you yonr share, and also
tbat of the merchant who "can't af-
ord" to adrertise. "J
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Published oil Mondays id Thursdays-Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
1 lliMftftiPitr fir
B. A. BOOTH, A.C.MAKIK.-.
Frosident, yi ':i'.cH
Douglas County Bank,
BOARu . DlWdviORS
F. W". BENSON, U. A. BOOTH, J if oifjl il
J.F. KELLY, A.C.MARSTKR8 .f "f.'.h T
A general banking business tran-n-l.-', ;nl customers given every
accommodation consistent with safe and cousei vet .'ve banking.
Bank open from nine to twelve and from one to three.
HEATING STOVES I
f The place to fiiid them is at V
STRONG'S FURttlTURE STORE
j-j A complete line of Blankets and Comforts that
q are excellent in qualitj' and reasonable in price.
Just recieved a new line of rugs ranging in size
from small up to 9xi2 and in price from $1.25 to $30.
J Our store is V1 n gooJ things and we. can fit
up 3'our home complete and it will be up to date if
j you buy of us. ' t!
I Remember the place 8
j B: W. STRONG, $
5 32g Jackson St. g
rincr He Your i
J. F. BARKER & CO.
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In Desks,. Office Tables,
and Office Chairs we want
your trade. Desks similar
to above only drawers on
both sides'" and without
pidgeon hole cases, 50 inches,
long, combination lock, a
first class desk iu every re
spect, $2600. Others from
L fine assortment of Walk-Overs
in all leathers. When sight seeing
call in and inspect them. Ask to see
the York Toe Walk Overs.
FLINT'S POPULAR 5H0E STORE.
Opposite First National Bank
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when vqu order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for got -el goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.-
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r 1 1 1 IlMi'Mi-', Mim'iI ;ll S w
rfjiring Ilack leaves Pvoseburg Every iloruing at 6 o'clock,
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ISO SIXTH STREET
Opposite Oicgonin BniMiiip.
A few reasons why we can
sell for less than others.
W do our own work.
We have but few expenses.
We bu3' our goods right.
We- .are satisfied with a
We can save you mouy
Call and see for yourselves
or seud for cuts.
We guarantee you satis
Wl Feed and ale fhllzi
C. P. Babijaed, Prop.
Saddle Horses. Single and
Double Ri at all hours
Transient Stock gven
very be of cars
Rates always reasonable
r.i;id!Xr all piints on Coo.s Ii.iy. iod
SPOKANE flEN AT COOS BAY.
Investors Are Getting in on Ground
Floor Schemes at
Portland, Xov. IS. A party of six
Spokane men passed tlirongh Portland
last night on the way to Coos bay.
These men are going to look after hind
and timWr investments, opportunities
for engaging in the mercantile business
at Marslilield and Pangor.'the new town
site of the Great Central Railway Com
pany. A large nuiuler of Spokane eo
ple are becoming interested in the de
veloping country adjacent to Coos bay.
Empire City, Co.jaille City, Myrtle
Point, Marshticld and what there is of
the beginning of Bangor are overrun
with visitors these days. Never did the
stae line across from Uosehurg . do a
bigger business than it ha thin season
and travel is kept up at a rate ttiat indi
cates there will be little cessation dur
ing the rainy months. There is a good
stage line to the coast now, but seats in
the hacks are at a premium and are en
gaed a week ahead. People who are at
Roseburg and want to get over to the
new railroad terminal have to await
their chauce with the limited transpor
The route of the Great Central has
been sun-eyed and staked out miles
from the beach line and the crew of men
nuder Contractor Dave Pmall is making
good headway on the Belt Line road
around the bay.
"The whole country is riding the top
of a wave of cheery prosperity," said a
man who liad been down there. "The
Great Central people, whoever they
are, are putting a lot of money into cir
culation all along that roast and there
is a growing feeling among the lmsine
men of the towna and the residents and
ranchers that some great combination
of moneyed interests is at the back of
enterprises that have been started tiuce
Kinney promoted the terminal rite and
acquired extensive land holdings. Many
new merchants are coming into the
Coos country, and Marvhficld has an
swered to the touch of nfcw life by
springing a daily paper with a few im
portant dispatches, on which the editor
pays high toll. In the hotels are timlter
lators, timber agents, land buyers
townsite speculators, contractors and
many men of money organizing ground
floor plane for making a jot of nioney
nu Jer the regime of the Salt Lake rail
way when it gets in there. People have
to sit in the office chairs and lee
cause the room are overcrowded
there are not beda for all."
Governor Oeer's Clemency.
Salem, Nov. 15. Governor ier ha
completed to date his report of .the ur-don--,
commutations, restoration to cit
izenship and remission of fines, granted
iy h:m during the closing two years of
hi administration, 10 fnH rJou.. !
commutations, 8 remissions of ti"ca and
3'! restorations to citizenship. Those in
which IVmglas county is interested are:
William F. R-ckman, March 30,1S'5,
life, murder, September 9, 1!2; age,
infirmity service in Civil War, previous
gol . ehar:u-ter; sntenring judge,
jurors and citizens rcon) mended. ,
RKUISNtO.N OF Ft.VES.
"Charles WonW and Andrew Olsen,
Carry county, tiJ0, selling lienor with
out license; J II. Harbin, Klamath
Comity, fJO, s.uiie offense; Lafe Knel,
Douglas Coui.ty, $100, having deer met a
out of season; John Kartell, Daniel
Brack, W. i. Cleveland Coos County,
violating fishing la s 20 each : John
Whitehurst, t-'S, assult anl lottery,
EESTOKtTMXA TO CITIZKNSllIP
Douglas County (ieorge W. Weaver,
rae, four year; J. F. Rose, assult to
commit raje, two years ; Nick Jenkins,
rie, four years; Alfred II. Hart,
ui;'.nil:'Ut'hter, one year.
Snow et Bohemia Mines
CoTTAiiK (Jlovk, Nov. IS. The heavy
rainstorm here means snow at the Bohe
mia mines. The telephone line is down
and the minca snowed in as of yore It
is a hard place to keep up a line in those
mountains when wet snow falls to the
depth of four or live f-et in o:.e storm.
Hpps Sold at 27 Cents.
The most interesting development in
the hop market is the rcort from Dallas
that Kirkpatrlck & Williams have dis
posed of 3-K) bales at 27 cents f. o. b.
ears tbere. This deal was reported by
the Kellers and create.) a great deal of
interest in this market, as it involves
the highest price paid for Oregon hops
this year. No sales had heretofore been
made above 2(5 cents, though offers of
26a cents were ont. It may be re
marked that Kirkpatrick Sc Williams
fl'cre the first Oregon bopmen to pay 25
cents for hops this was.Qn, . -
Philippine "vino," a native alcoholic
decoction; ia powerful. The inspector
general of the army has made a careful
summary of conditions over there as
they affect the soldier, and miorts that
iljout twenty-five jer cant of the men
who tackle vino go insane. He recom
mends that the jost canteen, saloon,
which well-meaning temperance advo
cates wore influential enough to sup
press, be re established. As the man
will have liquor it is better to supply
them a pure article and that under
.It is clalme that the visit of tho
German Em peror to the King of Eng
land has resulted in an agreement as to
tho annexing of that large jiortion of
East Africa that haw not yet been stolen
from its iiativo owners.
The muscle dancer in the after bhow
of tho Mckanlass Warblers, was too
much for Brownsville where she was
arrested (Saturday and fined f25 and coat
LATEST NEWS :
Gleaned by Our Able Corps of Special Correspondents
Industrial, Social, Personal
Myrtle Creek Newa.
Hon. A. R. Mattoon was hero looking
after business matters Monday last.
Miss Taite started a subscription
school hereon Monday last with a - good
After a two weeks illness, 15. J. Ann-
itac is looking after his mining wort as
secretary and svi;eriuteiident of the
The work on the South Myrtle, pros
ecute! be W. P. Johnston, the saw
mill Hum, continues, notwithstanding
the heavy rains, and still more eood
men are iiecdisl.
The sicial given by (he l.iilies of the
Presbyterian church was a great succi-ss
both s-K-iallv and financially. The
piano so kindly loaned by Mr. Phil Bice
from T. K. Richardson's branch agency,
made the music complete.
The ladies of the M. K. church will
give an oyster supiKT in Mrs. Cotton's
hall on Thanksgiving eveniug for the
lienelit of R v. Zimin rman, jiaslor.
All are eoidially invited.
Mr. MeKewen, a -cut Ionian from the
Ka-t and an "Id apiaiutancc of our
hustling liitnlierniau, W. P. Johnston, is
visitinir here with a view of investing
somewhere in the Italy of Oregon,
Donirlas count v.
Work on the little Chieftain mines
c ntiuue, and this week the company
ill put a crew on to take out a car load
of ore for shipment to the smelter. The
tunnel, now being pii-hed day and
night, will prove of immense value to
the working of the mines. Hon. L.
B. Rcrder, who has the entire
control of the treasury stock for sale,
and is general advL-orof the company,
sjent a few days here last week anil ad
vised the shipment of a car of ore, hence
the new work ordered bv the Uard. v
Days Creek Items.
Farmers are busy plowing notuith
standin th-re was a heavy rain fall in
thi section the last few Liys. It was
ureal I v needed as the g.nund was verv
Rvv. imiiierman of Canyon ville,
fillc lii-i regular --iintineit at the
IhiysCre-k M V. church the thir.1 Pun
day of this month. NotaithMauding
tiie bad weather the attendance nas
The large bridge la ros the South
I'm jH.- is nearly roinpletcl near the
mouth of K.Ik Oe"k. When completed it
will U a great benefit to the jeojde uud
was greatly needed.
Iu n-jard to the sad uccideut of Mr.
Chauey shooting Sjiii Flock I am lead
lo Udicve that the e!it"r was misin
irniiil in regard to the sad affair, by
some one that wasn't as well acquaint
ed as I. I must say that he was a mem
ber of the I. O. O. F. lodiie and not of
the A. O. V. W. and be leaves a wife,
one child and a h't f friends to mourn
Die.1, atKlk Creek. Nov. 1-1, l'J02,
Edith Ranville, She leaves a father,
mother, three sisters and three broth
ers to mourn her death.
Call not lack the dear departed
Anchored safe where storms arc o'er,
On the lsrder land we left her,
Soon to meet and part no more.
When we leave this world of changes
When we leave this world of caro
We shall meet our missing loved one,
In our Father's mansion fair.
Looking; Glass Items.
Mr. Geo. Marsh is rapidly improving.
Mr. E. E. LaBree, of Garden Valley,
was shaking hands with his friends.
The social given by tho" L. A. S. at
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ollivant's, was a grand
School is progressing nicely under the
management f f Trof. Geo. Bacon, of
Mr. C. J. Kurtz, of Salem, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cochran
a few days ago.
Mrs. F. L. Beard, of Roseburg, sent
several days here this week, visiting
with relatives and friends.
Farming is at a standstill at present
writing. Farmers aro considerable be
hind with their farming in these parts.
Mr. W. II. Ollivant's new house is
Hearing completion. When furnished it
will lo one of the finest buildings iu our i
Coos Bay (OaO cranlieri'ios are now I
regularly included in market quotations
in San Francisco.
Richard Thomas, of Fruitdale, Vuion
county, Oregon, has sold his apple crop
on the trees at 2H0 per acres.
A prominent Hood river orchardist
said a few days ago that he was getting
$1.50 n-r lwx for his choice apples of
the ln'st varieties.
. Tfio MiM ford Mail reports that the
onion crop grown in tho vicinity of
Eagle Point, Oregon, this year, amount
ed to alK.nt 500,000 i-ouiids and is selling
nt 1 cent ier jiound.
The Oregon Irregation Convention
inet in Portland Tuesday. From tho
past forty-eight hours' eiei icice it is
unnecessary to pinto Unit Western Ore
gon will not le considered iu tho discus
sions. It is the sagebrush plains "over
the mountains" that luck moisture, -
OF THE COUNTY I
Born, at Grants Pass, Nov. 10th to
Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Buell, a daughter
liorn, at Grants Pass, Nov. 12th to
Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen, a daughter.
Born, at Grants Pass, Nov. 11th to
Mr. ami Mrs. F. J. Phillip, twin boys
H. K. Montgomery, of this city, has
leen appointed Notary Public bv
W. C. Ievens
trip to Portland
for Home time.
is nmk.ng a business
He will 1 alisent
City Marshall William Mercier, is a
very energetic orti.-er, ami ia Glliug lh
Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Rohrerand family
have sold their city property and gone
to Coos county for the wicter.
Miss Genevive Roberts, who was visit
ing her sister in San FranrUco, returned
home with her brother P. F. Rolierta.
Mrs. John Bailey, Miss Zella Bailey,
and Mrs. Maurice Smank, of Canyouville
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. G. F.lliff, of
Ralph C. Jordan, of th geographic!
surveyors, tuts left for hh home at
Columbus, Georgia, where be will sjud
Mrs. W. C. I-cven visited usoii Sun
day and Monday. It is always i.leasant
to receive a visit from thi amiable ar.d
W. F. KiniiHint. who held prominent
place at the liold Bui; Mina a machin
ist, lias rvsijtned his iti)ii and left fir
Los Angeles, Cal.
It gives ns grt-at pleasure at this date,
to acknow lege a very pleasant call from
Misji IK-len Smith, of ;he R iselxirg
Post Office, during her vi t to th U city.
Mrs. R. K. Montgomery, who has
been for some weeks at a hospital in
Portlaml, returned home but week.
She is mnch in"pnved in health, we are
pleased to say.
P. F. Robert", who was Station Line
man at San Francisco, for W. I". Tele
graph Co., is now stationed at Ashland,
Oregon. He visited relatives at Glen-
The new lKiilding to lie usrd a an
office for the Glendale News, is Hearing
completion, ami is a nice .tincture.
The reidciKt rooms in tlm rear of the
office, w ill ljeoccnpie I b;.- Flitor Hul-
hcrt and bin daughter, Mi. Celia.
IK-nrr (i. Soiinrman and family, who
have Lee to Nebraska vUiLiiig Mr. Sr.
nemanV d rents, retnrneil Sunlay
after a month's aWnce. Tlieir djert
in going east was to atteihl the Golden
Wedding of Mr. and Mra. Sonneman, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .Wiuchell, who
have resided at Grants Pass for some
months, returned to this city this week,
and many friends welcome them
back to our city. Mr. Wiachell ha
bought the country residence of D. R.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelleher and
children, w ho were railed to this city on
account of the illness and death of Mrs.
Kelleher's mother, Mr. L. Jones, re
turns! home last week. They have the
deep sympathy of all, in the lost of their
Many friends ia thi city rejret to
hear of the fact that J.J. Farqitwr, who
is at a Portland hospital, Jmd to suffer
the amputation of his leg, canoed by
gangrene setting in th toe, that was
amputated by Dr. Boweriox, of this city
some time ago.
A California man w as charged $1 for a
hair cut and the tritnniii g of his beard
by a Portland barber ami the Telegram
calls it a hold-up. Really, anything like
that is just as liad as being held upon
the street and one's mcney demanded,
but it doesn't all occnr in barler shops.
Mrs. Florence Griffith returned Sat-
nnlayevening from a fortnight's visit at
V inlock, ash.
G. W, Gmbbe has aokl his hops. He
received 25 cents a xninl.
-Miss l ua Lamo is Mltsring trom a
severe attack of neuralg a this week.
.Mr. Lull paid UoseDitrg a visit on
S. J. Chtmowetn sold hit fine lot of
turkeys to E. G. Young & Co., of Oak
The funeral of Mr. John Lawton was
iichi nere on wevinesuav. the senicea
were condncteil by the Catholic priest
from Rosebnrg, Barhaba.
a rortiamt merchant handed a pros
pective customer a Wded revolver to
examine. Naturally tha customer sup
posed the weapon wan ' not loaded and
snapped it, with the reiiflt that he get a
wound. Now a jury wounds the mer
chant's feelings with a live hundred dol
lar damage verdict.
A foolish father at Pendleton caused
tho arrest of a boy the other day be
cause the lad had givei bis hopeful
licking at school, and dragged a hal?
dozen kids from 6 to 12 years into the
police court. Th'd udgj was more wiw
than the father and dismissed the case
Fine Turkeys lor Sale.
A few choito Browse ; tqrkey gobblers
for salo-riirizo winners at tho late dis
trict fair held nt Rouel urg.' They inns!
1m sold bv Nov, 20, Inquire of
Ira J, II. Hhort, Rosolmrg, Dip.
WRECK NEAR COTTAGE GROVE.
Small Trestle Gave Way Under Train
Pullman Only Car Not
r . 1 ' . -m Ml ,
Vyorr.o.K tiRovr;, .oy. i. ihe UregOll
express on the Southern Pacific
Conductor Conscr in charge, nortl
bound, was wrecked six miles north of
this place yesterday at 1 .30 P. M. The
it., i i .
Hum, Miiicu ny iwo locomotives, was
leling at a lively rate when a small
trestle gave way under tin- second encine
throwing it from the tr..ck and derailing
nve cars. Trie wreck is one of the wor:
on the bouliicrn Pacific lines in Oregon
f -r ye irs. The bagaze car w as ai T's the
trace, tlie mail ctr ami one coach on
one side ami two coaches on t he other.
One tourist car w.ia badly smashed.
Imt remained partly on the tr;;ck. The
Pullman, the only ear not damaged, wac
brought here last night.
Another report is aa follow?:
TKIiniBI.E u sa tn.E.
Thepileofold iron, kindling wl
brokeu window glass, npturneil cars,
strewn baggage, atid varwua Liu "of
wreckage, gave the location the a
earance of a huge junk pile. There
were two engine on at the time of the
accident. The first one was a regular
pawenger engine with E. Elliott and F.
L. Beard as engineer an.l fireman. The
second was an old sw itch engine ln-ing
taken from Roseburg to Portland.) ; It
was never built to carry a jiastsenger
train and it could nof stand the spevd
with which the train was. moving at
the time 45 miles an hour. Tlx
helpVr was nnder John Hale, ensrinecr,
ahI Fireman Li miser, of Koeehnrg.
MT ITCH SXGME iritl-En.
Three miles of Crewell tle switch
entriue jnniMH the track on top of a
twenty fit culvert. The leader soon
broke le anI was ont of darwr.
After plunging np the track for fiftT
yarda the old tw itch engine was turned
ver by the momentum of the oncom
ing cars an 1 rolled 'ahead on its side.
The lagyage car. was ditched on ne
side, maslicd into kindlin while the
mail car suffered the same fate on the
rther. The passenger coache foilowe-l
in variety and stacked Utemselvea- in
awkward piti..ns all over the railroad
temtf-rr. Kverr car wa thrown irom
its Imcks but the rear sleeper.
The train waiin ehanrpl of Conduc
tor Shan Conx-r. With his usual yivs-
cdiv ! no iv 1 lie extricate) i.nnlt
from the smoking car when' be w;:s
piiinetl by tins new isn-'s crates ffr
several minnte&, and lave order- to
pnt oift the fire in the overturned en
gine and ?e to the engineer and fire
man. Thi prevented the wreckaue
from taking fire.
To tlie sirpri of everyone, Engi
neer Hale aiHl fireman Luuisey
crawled oat of the sU-nmiug wreckase
through the cab win-low w.thout a
ratch ami very few bruises
Messenger C F Meyers and A Wright
had a time with the laggage. When
the fchock came the lagg-.i-e was thrown
to the front end of the car on tp of
Meyers and his assistant, spraining the
former's arm and shoulder and brniing
the latter about the fcUvmite ser'iouelv
sTii-niN n an batty near.
There was a traveler on tlie rail
road r the truck of the baggage
car with acoiupan:on. He was the only
one who was in any way seriojslr hurt.
He bad a gash in bis forehead w hivh
required three stitches to close, and hi
arm was fractured. He was also hurt
internally. His name ia Stephen Han
He was taken to Cottage Grove and
uis wounas urestieu. lie is a nuuer
i . . .
from Butte, Mont. He waa unconscious
up to the time of tlie deiarture of the
siecial for Eugene, but nnder the treat
mentof Dr. Wall, be is conscious today
There are no doubts as to his recovery.
PASSKMiIRS C ABCn FOR.
Traveling Passenger Agent JP Jon.s
was on me tram ani was metuiiy in-
siwting the pile of stuff. He said the
loss would rnn np into the thousands.
He took the l-sj passeng.-rs. Kick to
Cottage Grove and gave them supper.
Au engine and caboose came dow n from
ma urove ami retnrnei witn tlie pass
. i . . .....
engers who were transferred to the
special which went down front Eugene
cai ss or AccttiRvr.
The eecapc from iujnry by the pass
engera and train men was nothin g short
of miraculous. The Mad at that point
is on a erfect level. The cause of the
accident can ouiy be attributed to
negligent inspection of that part of the
road- The culvert timbers were found
to 1 rotten. Aside fromthat the id
of running an old yard engine on
train going i5 miles an hour ia pre
posterous. Eugene Guard.
The Ijttirande, Oregou, Observer re-
jsirts tho interstiiig fact that Geo. Mil
ler started in the business of farming
near that city 22 years ago with a mort
gage on his land of 2,o00, which w as
drawing interest at the rate of 13 per
cent icr annum. The mortgage did not
get away with him, but be got away
with the mortgage and now has 1040
acres of fine land free of debt and ia
worth 50,000, all of which ho has wild
lit raising w heat. , -
S. B. Catarrh Cure.
PcrmottUa every fluid of the body,
flenses, the system from all impurities,
carrying them through the. natural
channels. The membrane is a net work
of blood vessels and in order to keep
them working perfectly you must keep
the blood circulating to prevent conjes.
tion. S. B. Catarrh Cure by expelling
tho effete matter ereates a good healthy
circulation. It is for sale by all leading
druggists. Don't accept any suhstitute.
BiRk on catarrh free. Address Smith
Bros., Fresno, Cal,
I .;,ir - coffee, Tea and Spices
IF YOU ARE CALL AT ' . -
I CURRIER'S GROCERY
3 AND ASK FOR;
Price is no higher ami
J. M Weatherb
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm and-Tiutber Land Eought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Xon-Residents. Timber
Estimates a boec:aity.
ty with us.
and Family Cedje,
RubU-r - Gtsls, Toilet
Articles, IJme aijd Ce
ment, Paints, Oils and
G'.xs, Perfumery, 1 rns
es, Sponges, lu-he Etc.
lUtobler Bicycles aul
Sundries. S.h-.l Sup
Drain Gardiner I
COOS BHY STHGE ROUTE 5
r.tni.ii...i... f I T
. V Z'Z : -
nave pooaa, or more. All excess
lowauce wdl be made for round trin.
.For further information address
Done away with the dark-room in
developing. A little machinefto de
velope film negatives in daylight
without going to. a darkroom. Any
child can opsrate.
of a light or serious character will have
an added charm if rcudered thrvngh the
medium of a Kimball piano. These in
struments can be had only at Burr's
Music Store. Call and see our superb
The Popular Husic House of
V. A. BURR & CO.
every can guaranteed
Pride of Douglas
PACaING FWl'R IS BAGS.
fchort, every feature of tracsiorndug tb
finest grades of wheat into the highest
o x xmuy u.mt receives onr bert and rrn
ttaat attention. "
. t t . '
kQ. W.Bashford & Son
I- L. Mrtlo
C. Marsters S Co.
isacareiunvdonein turning nt the
famous Prid of DougU bTandTTlour
as the milling of tLe flow it! T
Pg Meiictots, CteaMs.
Stationery Sch, Books
uumr, Jionarv '02. we wPI
aiw.ance with each
tVllin a K.-, i
ba 3 cU. tr
DAir v Ti,:r ' Ma 110
J. H Sawyers,
Proprietor. Drain. Ormn S
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