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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS PARS, PRECOX.
Published Every Thursday.
One Year, in f dTSDce, - . $1.2.5
Hix Months, . . . .64
Three Months, - . . .36
Hingis Copies, - .06
Furnished on application at the office, or
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Entered at the post office at Grants !'
I'regon, ait second-class mail matter.
THURSDAY, , DECKMBER, 12,U901.
The fate ol Artlier Venville, capttiif.1
by the Filipinos, lias been discovered
He was treacherously shot ailh arrows
by two Filipinos and killed.
Andrew Carnegie has proposed to
give flO.000,000 lo endow , great one
versity which is to be a national insti
tution loi alid at WasliinKton.
W' J. Ilryan may lie made a candidate
(or governor of Nebraska next year.
Personally, Bryan li popular and for
the oflico of governor he would be a
An oidinance is in consideration by
the city for the reorganization of the
Ore company. The chief and bis
assistant are to be appointed by the
council and will receive salaries. The
other officers are to be elected by the
company as heretofore.
A riort was circulated last week thai
the court of inquiry found Admiral
Bchlev guilty on five counts. This re
port proven), as was the general expecta
tion, to be a canard, without foundation,
Admiral Dowey himself being authority
for the statement the court had readied
no such, decision.
The new Hay-l'aiincofote canal treaty
has been reported favorably by the com
mittee on foreign relations in congress.
No voles were cast against this report
by any member of the committee,
although some had adverse criticisms
forjlhe treaty. Senators Money and
Bacon found many of the same objection
able points which the former treaty con-
tamed, the principal one being the
neutralityclause. ' This treaty gives the
United Htates absolute control of the
canal but obliges ber to keep it neutral
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It i- i..,rieil that ISarrou & White
have Ken , IIV red t'jO.OW) lor I hi ir mine
,,n s.;nii..ii ,-ieek. Jai-bsoii cuiin'y. but
' iiavp rc'ii"' d the r.fiVr.
j Vr. Jtnning the de utist, !" .""
Macules the ui.m-ral niaguet, no li
i wurji q mi z mining c'aiun that pro
'peel well, tliat Im would eitln-f ec II ol
O'.ii'l i:i reasonable teniis. Ollic; Utu
I IJ'.ii-c, 'I'.'.oi l'a-s
We are giving away lo our custoiiu-is sunn; hand :(..rnc!y dec
orated, baud painted Cliina with cash purchases.
Buy your goods of us and get a
I. Fine Set of Dishes :
one or more at a time FREE.
You will study
We earnestly ask you to call'and inspect it.
lied Star Store.
Front street, oppo Depot.
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Ashland expects a warm contest in
her pending city election. The saloon
men are well orguuited and are'intoiid
IngMo" niaVe 'a :hard fight for license.
Ashland has bad a practical teat of pro'
bibition and the- result of the coming
election is looked for with eagerness
We hear contlicting stories here of the
workings of prohibition In Ashland and
the town's prosperity during the past
year. The result of the election will be
conclusive decision of the manner in
which It is regarded at home.
President Roosevelt's message Is one
of the niOBt able documents of that
nature ever presented lo an American
congress. It la unusually long but it
contains nothing unnecessary and
nothing that could be well omitted.
It is sound, solid, able and sensible
throughout, common sense being a
dominant quality. It deals with the
many important subjects in a thor
oughly practical manner. Our president
is a man of high ideals but can not be
truly called an Idealist, as he is very
sound and practical always.
Appearances are all to the effect that
the Lewis and Clarke exposition to be
held In Portland in 1U05 will be a grand
flair. Already 1340,000 has been
pledged and now the mark aimed at is
1500,000. The amount is su hide, nt if
properly handled to insure a fair that
will be a credit to the Pacific; coast.
The exiosltion is not for Portland or
even Oregon alone but for all the status
carved out of the original Oregon terri
tory. Washington and Idaho were fully
included as were pans of Moutana,
Utah and Wyoming. The exposition
will be of great value in making the
Pacific coast better known in the United
States. Vast mini hers ol people will
come to the Munition ami may see for
themselves the many advantages and
pleasant features of tho western country
tnd gut a real idea of it which they
could not get by a liletluie of reading.
l he smaller towns ol the state will be
given an opportunity to contribute to
the fuud, and assist in making the
vent a i, rand euccens.
In resonse to the strong popular
sentiment in that direction, arouioti by
theaausination of President McKinley,
bills bearing on anarchy and its
suppression have been introduced in
congress. Senator Hoar has introduced
a bill providing a death penalty lor
killing or attempting to kill the presi
dent of the United States or the ruler
ol .any foreign country and any one
who advises or conspires to) accom
plish such crime, shall be I label to
i iiprisonuient not exceeding 10 years.
Senator Iturrows, ol Michigan lm in
troduced a bill providing for the ex
eltinon ami deportation of alien an
arcliints. Then Senator Hoar has
p. i tented jiint resolution authorising
11.0 president to enter into neg. tiatiout
with the civilized nations to derido on
efftcllve punishment of persons attempt
ing me lives of chief maiiistrates
This Is inline with President Roosevelt's
suggestion that anarchy should be made
an offense against the law of nalims
A Chinese exclusion law to rcn'inne
the effect of the Geary law which ex
pires in May of the coming year seems
certain to be enacted at the i,re ;,.,,i
session of congress.' Little opposition
appears to tbe measure and it seems to
be generally considered a necessary
measure. Some legislators think lhat
the law should cover Japanese and
other Asiatics, but this is of doubtful
benefit. It would be bolter Kit to limit
lown the bill or it might bu stranded.
Better let it sail through and diufi
anothor for the Japs if it should be
necessary. The Japanceo are a tolnllv
different proposition from the Chines
and should really not he bracketed
the same class allbouiili their
siricieii emigration might be
to the laboring interests.
Iloyd's patent shall harries buckles
constitute one of the must important of
the lalo inventions an the appliance U
d,.nti:nd to come into very general iir,e
and revolutionize tl,,,,,!,! jjt,8 of
driving harness to a very great extent.
Cornell & M ore, of Grunts Pa., the
Pacificcoant sgeiiii, have iHlely 1U(t, a
irip in i.aliloniia, introducing iha
rri..ic nuu esiailllslllllj
limy visited tho
throughout the slate
as 1.01 Alleles.
Mr. Moore is now in Fortville, Ind.,
wheie lie ls the portion of genual
nmiiatjer in the factory.
Thepoh.'s of advnnlano in IIih new
syslum over tho old ans many. The
new npphnnro elimii.aiea nil j,s umt
jerUsand rubbing of tho hanufs, Ihor
oughly tqtialixirg tiie pullin Mirain at
all times. One ne.st important ad
vantage Ihf. ia iho I.,,.,, ,,Jt ,., iirjrK(,
can always lie released from llm vehicle
III caeo of accident.
going us far south
Briii Creek Placer
I. h..ii b r.- an l l.ur pc iw r, whohav
L . Ii ' ' ! - t I.. n er r.n Si v.-r creek
liii; f(-r .!e.':' mid l-eh in the consul':
a.jo.' ll.i ii - ; ii. I..,- runt a ;-' I )"iu
ion n lh i V. rii'-y ii.t- ul topinin
!!.( n!. i j.r'i't ecllng and opening up a
new piece A ihtcer rj'tnd wlnciilh')'
0n on the upp-.., l'.riitgs crick, an J will
i Council Proceedings.
The city coancil met Thursday even
I ing, the Ma.. or piesiding. AM present
except Councilman Paddock. Petition
of D. O. McCnlloch et al for lateral sew
!er from Fiftli street at alley in blo-li 14,
east through I locks 15 and 16 to Seventh
S'reet; litems norili to A street, was re
ceived and referred to com'nil'e on
streelr to view, csaees heiieflts In pio
I perty hidJeri an I r.'p.'r'.
j The coinroi'tu-4 on tire, water and
. heat'h reported t hat die four ex'ra hv
'drams ord-red by the council had been
j pUced and were in working order,
j An Ofi'itnance was introduced and pabg
! ed under the emergency clause provid
' ing for constructing of the lateral sewer
pjiuioned for by J.L.Mveis et al , along
the alley through blocks 23, 24 and 25
Hali-fy them-eiv. - to its wotliiig , fniui Fifth lo Second strcutsand asHBrtsiDg
value. The ground lie on the left band 1 12.50 bMiefi'.s aiiuHt tach lot in those
fur k of Itt rct t; above the Hurminc. I blocks.
Silver CrccU Tvnncl
Tlio work of opening up tiie big basin
of Silver creek by melius of the tunnel
at the fall", is being nieadily pr .eecuted.
Tiie rock coui'ii ies, fjr tlm m i.-it pat,
very haid, m iking progress slow, though
there aru B'jiiio Salter pjrti'ini m with
from time to time. The solid roek ti m
is coiitinmn; pl?t expectations. Tbe
project is a hie onu and the work is pro
yressinn in a fairly sitiefactory manner.
Tho volume of water in Silver creek
ainee tho rain i an 1 now pouring over
'.lie falln Imm heightened the scenic gran
deur of the place in a great degree. In
the precipitous walled canyon wliero the
works are situated, the roar of the (a Is
is deafening and the possibiliiy of rock
A dee at any moment given the work a
.wt of excitement a the workmen clam
her up and down the cliff".
Elk Creek Quartz.
Th.i Pearl Mining company of KIk
creek are making pre paraticna to beg'n
running Ibeir ij inrlz mill in tho near
lutiire, Kik creek is a tributary of
Unfile river ubout 50 miles up that
stream from Urants Pass and until lute
years was popularly supported lo be mil
d Ihu "belt". Tho yarft iciarlz depofiti-
Everybody knows that as Christmas approaches the
throng thickens.taml satisfactory selecting becomes more
and more difficult
DoYour Christraas Shopping Early
while the stock is complete.
We have just receive direct trom a New Yoik fmlory
n beautiful line ol LADIlvS' NECKWEAR, cot,.si.sti,IK ()f
the latest Novelties for the Holidays.
We are showing a complete line cf Ladies'
Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs.
Men's Initial and Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers.
Ladies' and Gent's Kid Gloves in all the Late Shades.
Sofa Pillow Cases with Photographed Scenes.
We have a few Ladies' Waists, Capes ami J. !,. ds teft
which we are Closing out at a Great ni eoimt. .,1V one
of the above articles will make a nico Chi istuus present.
which the di-trict contains were suppos
ed to ho "banco" until some one o!
moiuthnii ordiniry ciirioHity secured
wine us-ays on snmples of the rock,
when it was found lo cinluin gold It.
Shoes and Furnishings.
Gift in Plenty.
Seldom in tho history of our town
have our merchants been so liberal in
gifts with cah purchases as at the picx
ent time. Their hearts expand wuh
the Christinas season and itifluaru lairl
showered upon the fortunate purchaser
At the ugar Pine store, every stoio slip
of tlio month of liecember ttivee tl
purchaser a giuas on tlio whole number
Issued during the month. . The pne i.-
a f.o guiu piece. lliomaa la Kiviug
away handsoino carbon pliotos of paint
ings with each (1.50 purchaHe. Tbe K
Slat store is giving away handnimclv
decorated China with rash puichuen
Keasler of ll.e I'liicago liacket store liu
a beau guesniug contest (or a dull. I'ra
uier Pros, will give away huud.-ome
photos as souveuira ou tlieir oinuiing
day, Pec. 14.
'1 hen .there ! the grand New Year's
gift distribution participated in by lb.
stores ol ll. t . Itobiien, Cramer Itn.a
llartb A son, W. K. Kreuier, It Thomas
U. Coe ,k Co., A. K. Voo.-hien, M
'. a. neiiKopl. tickets lor giei.es an
given with each Ml cctit. t-jsti pun !ia
to guess on I lie whole number ol lukeii-
that will Ihi deMsit.'d at all thi stores
four priieSj are given. Hie lust is a
ladies or gents' Inli giade hiftcb
i he second is a t.li) pliouomaph with ic
cords, the third is an Kasi inin l.d is
ind (lie fourth prue is a JHH'o nu,!
The Yon Yonson Company
TIIALL & KJ:NM:UY. Mgra.
HA Stranger in a Strange Land"
At the Grants Pass Opera House
PltlDAV, DECEMHKK l.illi
This is one of the very best .hows of the season,
Dont't fail to see it.
I'rices, ;?Sc, SOc, and 7ne.
Tickets on sale at the Post Ollice Store.
"pie of !nd. n '
'!. lu :i lv
hit Ihu s
BUI pi in ii 1 heo I h. y aw
day lo (ind tt... .,,.,
The pn.pl.. f ;;,:,., ,.ai, ii.,,y have
noi m cii tl e nil in six wi
pen, of l'ridni ba-e eni
vt-i y ,!.. .
every lao eel.:
tb tb. cu -ions
Owiiiji lo cvi
l"c- d U, V ot lie fee
l'o.l'l M.i .s t';f l''i .'J.
Place al 1. I'. I l.i: men's
Call at W, I.. Tuttie-,
tuku a gnze at llm rich
ks lule ilie
fO.'H't V 111.
em lo . hj .y
i' c"( K. 1'.
M 1 1 i.l ll,
taking out of bis 1),
1 'c' elolt, r L'l.
ore be has In en
r i reek le.lg...
e notice our Observer cor re. i.o, I...,,
laded last week. Ilia compos,,, faeul
n. s have gone back on him oi , hid., s
"I 1'iydcu have not had the opp ,rii v
"t nunc trt.lt alveliluiL w.lli u tt;;j
t-upei inten lent Andemon ol the Millar
hydraulic plrtcer on Ilriggs crock bus
been spending the past week in town.
This mine hat been running for Ilie part
few weeks. It is well ujuipped wi:h
pipe and giant anil is one of Ihu several
excellent pi operlicH of Ilie Krigns creek
district. I he gold secured is of ti e
coarse order, though very large nuggets
iro randy found. The gold is very
heavy, solid and pur.
Myrtle Creek Mines.
The Smlli Myrtlo gold quartz mines
ire steadily pushing to the front. A
icport has jeist come in that a new strike
of 5'J feet of ore of high valun has been
uncovered in tho Continental mine.
(i. V. Johnson, of Portland, w ho re
cenlly bunded lint Oatiunn & Robinson
claims known as the Legal Tender group
has put on a force of men and will. push
development work sb rapidly as pomible,
Willi night and day shifts. They will
also have an ai-ay ollice at the mine
Sam While of Kerby is opening up a
prumisim: quail, ledge in the Shelley
creek district. Thn d.sirict has a num
ber of gooil quart, pioperties under pro
cess of development nnd is one which
will undoubtedly come into prominence
luicr on. The disiriit lies just beyond
the stale lino m Del Norte county, Cal.
Passenger Train Wreck.
Tiie ii.i.ili'iouii.l California express
No. 1L which left here at 2 30 Saturday
morning was derailed at the titslie 2iW
yards south of the Salem iiation on ii
schedule time Saturday afternoon. The
engine and the mail and baugage cars,
smoker and one day coach left the rails.
Kiieniau l-'isb received injuries from
which he died Boon after being taken to
'be hospital. Engineer William II.
W hite was badly scalded, but he in ex
pected to recover. None of the pas
sengers or other members of the Irani
crew received any injuries.
An open switch L'O yards south of the
trestle caused the accident. The scene
of the wreck is within the yard limits
I ho train was on lime and was enter
I g the station yard at a moderate: rate
of speed. The train consisted of eight
e .aches, including the speii.il car ol
-ill erinleudciil l'iehls, who was prompt
ly on th j scene, and personally directed
operii'ioii m extricating tin) fireman I
and engineer and elcaiiin: the tracks.
I'ne engine, mail and b.uriige coaches.
smoker and one day coach look the
switch track, the oilier cars reil.au, i.u-
on the iiiii.n lia k. Tiie engine and the
niiul coach leit
i lie trestle and
Mr. Fryer introduced an ordinance
reorganizing the Fire Department, which
was read the first time.
Complaints in regard to running stove
pipes through roofs in dace of chimneys
having been mule, ihe City At'orner
was directed lo draft an ordinance pio
uibi'.ir.g tho same.
Tho following bills were allowed. J.
C. Randle, tights and labor at school
house on ward convention tl.
John Patrick, extra service as police
man, 75 cents.
Oregon Olnerver, priming- electbu
Fabric Firo Hose Cj , 4i:) feet new
Judges am! clerks of the City election,
allowed for (heir services each tl, and
V. S. Wood, J. 0. Booth, L. A. Stroble
and C. E. Smith for meals for election
bmrd, for each five p-.-rsoua $1.25.
A. E. Voorhie.s printing, etc., $13.05.
We are having very flue weather, no
heavy rams or winds. We can hear oi
big winds anil heavy rains farther north,
but in southern Oregon we are generally
exempt from so much wet weather.
We have had .rain enough for farming
and also for mining purposes. The
miners aro very busy ami have all the
water they want. We are having some
loggy weather in the mornings, hut the
afternoons are warn, and sunshiny.
We have had only alight frosts as yet.
The weather at present is likespring.
.Mrs Kiser visited Grants Pf Tues
day. Mr. Win. O't and wife took tlieir
chatties and left Meihn last SumUy for
Belfast, Washington, where luoy go to
make their futu-e horn .
Mr. Jerome Bowers, of this city visited
(iiauts Pass Saturday.
The ntw school bell has arrived an.l
will soon be in p'areon tho building, et
VI.-. Kiser ia at work on 'h b-lfry,
A basket eocul will be given at Oal
(jrove fehod hon e m x K.i lay tve
M'. Jainos Crow, of Uo.tbiir;! is visit
ing relatives in this city.
Mr. Andrew Crow wa seen on the
streets of our city Sunday.
Mr. Henry, of Hugo, Is delivering
books this week in our city.
A literary lociety was organized by
the people, of Merlin, last Friday eve
ning. Prof. McConnell reports 78 pupils in
tbe Merlin school at present.
Coming events violin concert Dec
l'J, at Oils. Hall ; Chiislinas tree at
the church Dec. 25; debate at the
school bouse Dec. 18
Mkki.iv Nioiit Hawk.
Real Estate Transfers.
(For week ending Nov. 30 )
O A C R R Co to Kobt M irtm Jr,
HWofSE'of Sec7 Tp 30 S,
R 5 V, consideration $1000
L A lwis to Columbia Mines Co.,
1.100 acres in See's 3, 4, 5, 7 and
and 8, Tp 34. and in Sec 33, Tp
33, all in K 6 W and ditch and
water rinht 1
L R and Robt McLean to W M
Hair, 100i20j feel in lot. 3, Bllt
D, Bourne's first addition to
Grants Pass 2000
D L Browning to It ( Virtue N W
M of NE.'4' of Sec H, Tp 34 S, R
6 W 2000
D L Browning' to F C Milton,
20 acres in N W ,'of X W'aof Sec
8, Tp34S, RB W 100
L A and C N Ilatbaway, to J I,
McColm. 1 acie in Sec 14, To ,17
s, row -0
Joseph Moss to A C Ilongh. lot
12, Blk 'J, Miller's addition to
(j rants Pass 3,r,
We have a 'surprise in Btore for our
Opening Day Souvenir. It will be the
best yet. Cramer Bros.
Glasewaie a fine lot at Cramer Bro'.
Dolls, Dolls Go Carts
Toys, Books, &c.
Call Early ltefore Lines arc Urol
Mlld nifU k.,.,, ,! ii0.K.
Guns and Locks Repaired. Saws Gum
med. Knives and Scissors Ground. Sew
ing Midlines cleaned and repaired.
Mud Guards 75c each.
Catliiilc, Lenses and Tips for y
cle Lump at
Paddock's Bicycle Den
EAST OF DEPOT. 1
v GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Of Good Things For
Smith's New York Racket Store
Where you will find a large assortment of articles wit
Xinas presents: Handkerchief, Comb and Brush, Toilet and C:
Cases, Callar and Cuff Sets.
Many Alburns to Choose From.
make nice presents. We carry
of Books 4
200 dozen of Handkerchiefs and all prices, Ribbon for farm J
Holiday Umbrellas, one you would be proud- to carry or give it
.vuias tree ornaments in ureal variety. 175 dozen
A IS C to Historys.
Bring the Children to see our Big Display
Toys of every description. 'A
W e will store for you if you wish any or all articles yon I
putcnase between now and Christmas.
Santa Claus Headquarters for Christmas,
COZMZIIsTGr 1 1
Tickets on Sale at P. O
I Buy Anything-
THAT YOU HAVE TO SELL
AND THAT SOMEONE ELSE MAY WANT
nu ii,:iy li iv.-s n.c nrthli'8 amou r your possessions that yon hiMM
for and never w ill Iihv f. r wliy i.nt convert tliem into eaeli. I W
c.t-li fur tlicni, If you arc p,ing to move away let me buy your hooieta
C'n's-I will pvn vmi K..., piiccg.
Sewint! Ji.ii-liiiics l..r ri nl anj for ealo.
V a.Ki-o ill-, p, ,,
l-i H"t t.tkf tin, (.-,,
"ii-f f.ir ll.n n. !
i n. i-'l in , n I,,, ,.
', .-ilv .1
r. 'ii'. tin
Mr. Krai.k M.-tj,.,. lH ,,, ,
liiiiil of A.pl,ni,i t represent liis
lunrm ,'.Uh. Un.le Itilly t'ox went
itli bis Irani to 1,H tl, .i,m,li,.. l,
Mm Sikh ("hapin Inn K,,n,, t 1U!0
to live on li,r rmu-li for the wintsr. She
Inn i-iioi;nl li. Kri.-k.s.m to .1 1 a lot ol
improY.-iUeiit on the piste for her. So
Ii" xlti'li upon (Mitertiu- I ' uk,,l'in !- h koiuu of her i-i:iz-Mis.
plllllL.V.1 ll.lo the vi.Tli 1 look a tlil, ,,,, I,, Ki ,vill., a .!...
ill 1:' h , t l,,.l,m. l-ireni.in l-'i-l, I tm. no un I siiri,i.!l i.. ,.
, -r wn'Cnuit,
ll-Ml r.uiciil IHiiiM'h I ' i-lMlil-s. ll...
.in. m hi ilie n.iiue ,e.ir, nliii-h was . eVireil a sliurt
I'n ii iliu'i .i in r in tlio t.-.i,-k. H, I limber, it is no
'""'y " ''' ly niituV.l. im ! he ! I oo,l i.iii)
ItV.I . Il.v ll II lie- ii-'h.r r..j. Ii.. .. i ilill'
: " """" iniicrs ae cuuiinn
GocvVSold on ll.e In&mlliv.ent Plan.
Front St. Second-Hnd f
cilllki'll : p,
V.'.i a. ei
.1 l.i, .
I eniiie .mil it
latvi w .m it
lan.l the iim!)
S hi; r.
I'l.t II tie
'A i 1 1 1 e 1 1
1 rto .!
l-uii ll 'a
-eni'irt h, re Im !
iltiHlie.t ill Ins (...,
au;ht It'tn-en the
ill ill, i gi;
is nil ',
country hs all
time a'o with h,v
all converteil into mil.
the plate links iniireli
i ne oo,l i-uitcrs ae c
wo k at I'.n a or Kn
if6 c --
i , v .Mir i.Un ol pumpkins
hut h. on nr.. v.. .......L
i-.mii.it ! pumpkins r Mina-h,., if -,.
ih'ii'l ii't ar. .uii.l un.! ... , . ,r . i .. i .
-j i I. I i . --., me runs oi
. ii. in nu n i,i,i v a
. , .- -- p.- ir me, wei
.. ... .-. r.e.i"' 1. 1 ui , nut ihe Imle
le can t natne tliL-m all but we have a Inr ,.r l.ntl. i,fnl
ami .n.,uu..t.,l goods for the holiday trade. True and quality meet.
W e always give a store slip with every pur.-ha.se. This mouth,
IK-e. inlier, everyone of our store slips no matter lmw unall the pur-
"times you to a guess on the iiumKr of the.
esc we will is-ne this
I ! on h.i'.i' a U l;
or exptc.-s, i: v ill Kive
me to .ituiid to the
ou. We will h..i
c.iiiua.iinl ,,i lUir t.i
pin.; p.tpei twine, m
ft. imps ami wil! ive
.-l.lire length w ,r
ti-.i'ii tl.At i-iiue
i e i .i j i
inn w nils
pain, u.it a imnnnr i-si-ioe hn Iii
i't 111 g't'.l!
pumpkin by ilrak'ii,K
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imnu.ii.ite. personal arientioii.
Vonts to Command,
Sloyer Drug Go.
ChrNiinais unit n Cnmcra.
li . u ,i.n a run .-a v.i.i me i:i a (osi
:i lo dive A i.tu-c liuai'ier )f lio'i.J.iy
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.fi aiu.in maker. II is a rusller and
an ellu i. ii; inv. hsnie.
We .,,1 ,.ave Ihr little rsot,a,s f, r
tti olher writer rMeJ Saliio". H
bav no su kiiesj to r-orl hut in ' , hurl
mii'iae.spoett,. have Milium.,,,,,
mie ol id,, coiiiile lisv.
lKip..neJ Iho b. e,s; ,(. 0I,a u
ll.e other tl. s ihe tra. k.
I ei-p!e are i:,.i,iii r. r u .o
' "i mo null-
iUoii is g nl i0 i,.v- .
I! ks1 II ke. pi up a HI,
liamer w.s. i.um Iajw J .n nt T-irmlar
I tiianta I'as.
The one Guessing the Nearest will Receive a
TUT X.T . n .
i ear s of a fp2Q Gold Pieci
1U K.uue jou in your estimates we will tell you that tii
the number issued in November was
to write up.
tiie t i lilt s.
your fault U vou do tint W-
guesses as they cost you nothing. Make a
mail or hand to us on or before I)e,,i,
of each slip issued and can tell every mouth just how
fifty or more of these
guess on each slip and
ISt. We have dunlimtes
many we have
Remember the Place,
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