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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thuraday.
Subscription Rates i
One Year, in advaDca, 1150
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Nollre Ik hereliv iriven that on July 1
IHW, the nuli-rriptiim raUi ot Ilia Cocaiea
ill I rolwl U) l..ri0 per ;r. Anywho
imyn lliair nulncription now genua twu
lit of lua cheaper rata.
Furnished on application at the office, or
A. E. VOORHIES, I'KOI'R. 4 MNOB
Entered at the print oltic at Grants I'af
Oregon, aa aeoonu-clawi mail matter.
THCUSDAV. SEPTEMBKH II, 1002.
A "Souvenir of Humholt County
iHKni'd bv the Humholt TIiim of
Eureka, Cal., reached the cditor'i
di nk thin week The aouvenlr la a
aplcndid book of nearly aOO jiajrea
printed on plute taper, profusely il
luBtrufod with excellent hulf tone
The book is a work of art and rcfieetK
great credit on its publisher.
Tho German Kuiiboat, on i nut rue
tiona from Berlin, Saturday, Hunk
the KtJtilKiat Crete, in the service of
the KiniiiniHt faction of Hayti. The
lliiytlaiiH fired tho vchkcI after sur
ninileriiiK to the Germans, and the
latter then jKiurcil in shot to aink the
craft. The reaiion for this is that the
Haytiau veBcl liad violated tlie Ger
man tlK on a merchant ship. Inter
national complication, though ima
ailile, aro not looked Dionaa probable.
Rejiorta aliout the growth in an
neiation aeiitlment in Cuba come ao
often and ho circumstantially that
there must be truth in them. Thews
will JileiiKO the American people
The Americana have done a great
deal for Cuba, and they wlidi it well
in Its experiment of wlf governmenl
but they know that fate is agalnxt it
Cuba baa no future except aa lmrt of
the United Rtiitca. Its intelligent
citizens can not grimo this fact tor.
quickly for their own good. '
During the month ol Auguxt two
hundred and two timber flliiiga
weremadii at (he United HtateN laud
ofllee iu Redding. Each claim is for
WO acres. Ho the total for the month
is 33,1130 acres. The Government will
receive 3.50 Jier acre, aggregating
SO,0(X) for the one month's buai
iiohh in tliiilwr land alone. The
timber land located sums up fifty
wfuaro miles and over. In no other
land oflle on tho Paoine coaat lias
August shown such a tremendous
I'ACIFIO 1'INB NKKlJi.E CO.
Among tho imttitutiona of this city
of which all should feel proud, is the
Paciflo Pine Needle Factory. One
reaaou for this is tho fact that tin
owner and founder of the factory,
I). A. Cords, is tho original founder
of the industry in America.
Air. and .urn. Ionia recently ar
rived from their wholesale and retail
store at Him Francisco and have
started things moving at the factory
here' The factory has been running
steadily for tho lmst two weeks and
owing to the number of orders that
are on band, will bo running coutinu-
allv till tnvr Fi.lirnurv fir Mure),
The factory has a capacity of olulit
tons of fibre vr day. Contracts will
he let soou to pickers for tho supply
ing of HMM) tons ol needles, as this
amount will lie necessary to supply
the orders now on hand.
The factory has a single order for
llKH) mattresses fur a I,(HK),0(I0 hotel
that is being built at Honolulu They
will also have shipments to make for
Salt Laku, St. Ixiuis, Ponton, ItulTalo
and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Cords have also sent
exhibits for state fairs Hint will lie
held in the Immediate future at
Siilcin, Sacramento and Decatur, III.
The products of this factory have
won medals at fairs and cxposit ions
over all juirts of this country Slid in
Mr. I'tcher, the jeweler, has just
received a splendid machine fur en
graving silverware, jewelry, door
plates, etc. The machine works nice
ly ami the engraving cauunt In'
excelled in uny city. Take your en
graving to Iaddicr.
MihS Victoria Mitchell has returned
from eatseru Oregon where she line
Iki'U visiting her sister Mrs. Edith
Ed. Jordan and family have re
moved to Merlin to reside.
Horn-In Merlin on Saturday, Sop
teniNr 11, to Mr. and Mrs. II. U
Ki'VIc, a daughter.
Mini Josephine Crow li ft for Curry
County Mime time ago where she will
engage in teaching.
Mr. and Mm. E. H. Cochrane cf
W inona were in imrtnwii on Tuesday
Hay Colby has rented the farm of
V. A. Massie for the coining year.
Memorial services for Lillian and
Dale Htvthcrs, who died of diphtheria
ill the summer, were held at the
church on Sunday last, conducted ly
The picnie at 1'h iiniiiI Valley given
by llin Wlnmia Sunday School on
Tuesday last was well iittemh d and
Fall and Winter 1902-1903
We selling Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Jackets
that are fight. The quality that wears, combined with
popular styles, superior finish and dressy effect, sure to
RED STAR STORE. ;
V. 1-. Dean, Propr.
Front street, oppo Depot.
pt. 15-20 Southern Oregon Soldiers
md Sailors reunion at Gold Hill.
Sept. 11, The King of the Opium
Ring, Ojicra house.
Sept. 2S-80 Oregon conference of the
M. E. church at Grants Pass.
Sept. 80, Tuesday Georgia Harper
Co. rendering the Lyric Queen at
tho Opera house.
Oct. 1, Wndiickdiiy Ge orgia Harper
(Jo. in Little Duchess at the Oiktii
Oct. 8-13 Synod of Oregon meets iu
Pretty warm weather now inlay.
We hear that Grandma ISiirroiigh is
What was supiNMcd to be a boil on
Mrs. M. Hocking's neck, turned out
to bo so bad that she had to have
the doctor lance it. He said it was
not an ordinary boil but a pretty bad
carbuncle, She is gelling along
Miss Addie anil Chloo Robinson and
Kirkman and Claud Robinson com
menced school in Grants- Pass Mon
Our school will commence at
Wilderville next Monday morning.
A jiarty of alxiut 10 or II young
folk spent Sunday at Cup Verdin &
Co'a lime kiln which cut the Sunday
School down considerably.
Quick delivery The Weekly Oregonlan.
IT HAS COME TO THE FRONT.
The rapidity with which the Disc
Graphophone hus come to the front
is due to the fact that the quality of
the records has been constantly im
proved, from the time this tpye of
machine began to lie made by the
Columbia Phonograph Company,
! the pioneers and leaders iu the talk-
lug machine art. The advantages of
flat, thin and indestructible records
were always recognized but themanu
facturcrs who attempted to make
them failed so lamentably in pro
ducing anything to compare with the
cylindrical records nsed on the
griiphophoiic that tho demand for
them was unimportant. All that is
changed ; the Columbia Disc Records
are a delight. If you have not
heard Hu m you call form no idea of
the advance that has been made in
them. The disagreeable scratch and
the inulTied effect has been replaced by
a snioothiiiKs, naturalness and liril
liuncy which gives to thier rcprodue
lion n most charming effect.
The Disc Graphophono is niado iu
throe I yjx h, selling at $15, $'0 and
:i). Seven inch records BOc each, j
s r dozen; 1() inch records $1 each,
10 tier dozen. Tho Graphophono and
Columbia Records were awarded the
Grand prize at the Paris Exposition
The Columbia Phonograph Com
pany, Geary Street, San Fran
cisco, headquarters for graphophoncs
and talking machine supplies of every
kind, will send you catalogues on
Arriving Daily in nil
Wo aro licltiT iii'i!UO(l than over to sup
ply you with your Fall ami Winter Dry
Goods, Fiulerwear, Dlankets, Shoes,
HO milllllK UIBI 1 lUllt VI ,,,!. m." ,.
" , I wrssl on the track so if wo get a big
of tli state; now everybody that 1 "1 '" 7 .
n't own a gold mine or "pros- ram it will not interfere wi.h.h.ir
Shoes and Furnishing Good
Mrs. Annie Maelse, who has Isen
visiting relatives near Merlin, re
turned to her home, iu the Willamette
Valley last week.
Rev. Rolicrl Icslie held services
at the church on Sunday August Hist.
We always enjoy having Dr. U'slie
with us and hope he will louie again.
FARM FOR SALE.
IriO acres; 10 acres in tiiiest fruit ; Mi
acres under fence and cultivation,
alfalfa and clover, water for irriga
tion. Good two story dwelling etc. ,
K"m1 stock range. Address liox II
Htransky Htivl Ware, guaranteed
lor Ave ycara, sold only by Cramer
SOUTHERN OUKGON NoHM.VU
The Southern Oregon Slate Normal
School ii making thorough prepar
ations foi the coming year's work.
The buildings aro Wing remodeled
and repaired, and extensive additions
the chemical and physical de-
luirtiuents are being made. The facul
ty is eoniiHiscd of strong teachers
ousfcratcd to the work, and each dc-
i tineot in iu the hands of a sscial
A year's course in 1-atiu ami in
Economics has Ihi ii added to further
retire teachers for high school work.
The training department will bees
ivcially strong. A man of splendid
location and wide er:euee will:
be at the head of this department. '
Much attention will Iv given to ora i
ton, mid atlihties will he made
prominent The eiti.eiis cf Ashland
huc guaranteed some (.SHI us pn s i
r excellence in these lines. '1 he t'iiv j
Library of Juno well selected volumes
is thrown ojh'U to students of the in- ;
si i tilt inn. ltoaiil and lodging can be j
had at from e0 per week to t-l. 00.
Climate healthy. Course of study
practical and exhaustive. For cata
logue of announcements write P. F.
Mulkey, president, or Clifford
Thomas, secretary, Ashland, Oregon
HOME FOR SALE.
If you want a splendid home - good,
large house ami two lien of land iu
the city call on A. E. Voorhies.
This place will U sold immediately
If you want a place cheap don't delay.
GUAM'S PASS WEATHER.
Follow ing is a summary weather ob
servation at (mints pass during the
month of August I'.M'-', as reported by
.1. II. r.ehhiek, lecal voluntary observer
(or the Oregon Stale Weather Service.
POUTHERN OREGON COPPKI5
In spite of the evident decline of c(, t0 start tlll.
copper in the markets of the worm,
there is no decline n the activity
manifest iueopjicr mining in Southern
Oregon. A few years ago copjsr
mines were comiiarativcly nnknowu
in t 10 mining aisiricis oi uu t
s'ct" 'owns a copier mine, and very
likely lie may own all three. The
cois'r mines of southern Oregon are
confined to the Waldo district princi
pally, which extends along the west
ern border of Josephine county, and
crosses tho line into Del Norte county,
CoL There are a number of rich
mines on tho California side, but as
they call only be reached by way of
Josephine county, they aru practically
iu southern Oregon and may right
fully be claimed by this district.
Tho great McVey copper mines,
situated just south of the Josephine
county line, have been recently sold
by the owners and discoverers to a
Montana comjiauy for a considera
tion of !00,000. It was but little
over a year ago thut these mines were
first discovered. They were then a
part of a district that was naught
but a "roaring wilderness". Ill the
midst of rugged mountains and deep
forests they were not a very inviting
prosi;ctj but since their discovery,
sufllcieiit development work has ls:en
done utxiii them to show that they
will become as great if not greater
producers of copjs'r, than the cell
hrated Iron Mountain and Keswick
mines of Shasta county, Cal., which
are situated just over the divide and
The recent purchasers of the McVey
mines, are men with capital, and they
will make of these properties just
what men and money have made of
the Iron Mountain and Keswick mines.
Their first work will be to bring the
mines nearer civilization. This will
Is- accomplished by the building of
a railroad either to the coast, or
connecting with the Southern Pacific.
lhey may build west and connect
with the line that is to be built from
here to Crescent City ; by so doing
they will have direct connections
either with the ocean or with the
Southern Pacific. They will at least
give them a thorough development,
and with this the surrounding mines
and prospects will also ojs'ii up.
There is a considerable rush on for
the newly discovered coiiist fields
of the Diamond Creek country, lo
oatcd on the Oregon-California line
iu Josebhiue county, Oregon, and in
Del Nortu county, Cal Nearly every
day parties leave here for theso new
and noli Ileum ana many claims are
being taken up, both by local mining
men and by is'oplo from a distance
Tho specimens of copKr oro brought
to this city from tho new districts
are the finest and best brought
from any of the districts. The sjsx'i
meus aro chunks of pure coiiist or
electrum ores. Colonel J. W. Craw
ford, of Philadelphia, was tho first
discoverer of copper iu tho district
and the new district has been named
("amp Craw ford in his honor. Colonel
Crawford has a large crew of men
at work developing his several claims
and sacking oro for shipment. He has
already shipH'd a quantity of ore and
has a large (plant ity more ready for
shipmednt. He is removing the ore
by quarrying scooping it out by
the ton. The big chunks being sacked
can hardly be called ore as thev are
really pure metal. It is doubtful if
anything like it hus ever before been
Warm dry weather. Ruin is need -
grass on. the range
We think this has been the dryest
season we have had for a long time.
Vegetables have matured ill good
shape and will make a fine crop.
The wood haulers have most of the
The old Suelling-Alfred quartz
mine of the Galice creek district,
has just been bought of C. llrailbury
by a com)iaiiy of eastern capitalists.
The price paid for tho mine is not
known as yet. This mine is one
of the oldest quartz proTtics in
the state. It was first discovered
away hack during the tunes when
mining was young iu Oregon. Like
other good quartz properties, it was
neglected iu the wild rush for placer
buds and pockets and has yet to lie
niiciicd up and be put in shajHi for any
thing like the business that it justifies.
This the new company will do. They
propoNu to put iu new machinery and
equipment and start the mine on a
new career. For a nuinlicr of years
this old proisrty was worked by an
arastra. the primeval quartz crusher
was kept busy grinding the rich ore
that was removed from the mine, not
only jiaying for its development,
hut also juiyiiig a neat dividend to
the management. The or body of
the Suelling-Alfred is extensive and
permanent. The values are largely
free milling. The new managcineiit
will immediately liegin the driving
of a long tunnel to tap the ledge at
a greater depth.
Will exchange fresh cow for gentle
work hotae. Other fresh cows for
sale. James Nts ley, Jump-off Joe.
.tl no i
Siumvhv: Mean tcuieratnrt, 70,
hi ax I in urn temperature, 107, d-tta 6;
minimum teiuK-r.oiire, 37, dste, 17. h.
Tjlal precio lu ll" trio Titil'tn iw
fall lueliee 0. No. of djv clear,'.");
partly 1 ; clou ly, V Th. Storuii Ui'i.
Prevailing in I W
FOIl SALKAT COST.
A neat collage of six rooms, pantry,
Kith hoi and cold water. Oik Sixth
stnet ; enquire at this olllco. Address
U'X '.Vsl, O runts 1'ius, Oro.
LOWER ROGVE MINES.
Capt. Hums, owner of the Ciq i i
i.hleon, Rule and other mini s of t hi
Lower Rogue, is doing a lug wcrl
towards niviiing up the quartz mile
of the district in which lit' is su
preme. He is building a J lO-ton
steamer to ply ls-twe.n his minis and
tin sea. u he boat will be used U
trausiKirl the ore of his pros rties ti
th. coast, where it will be trans
ferred to large vessels and conveyed
to a smelter and uiarkit. A tew
years ago the Lower Rogue disttiet
was a ' howling wilderness," little
traversed by man, ud known only
to the few prvsvctors and mil era
who wandered through it occasionally
stopping here and there to cradle a
little of the gold from the gravel
beds of the river, in the old fashioned
way of 50 years ago. The properties
of Capt. Hums havo been opened to
good depth, and show- largo bodies of
high-grade ore, a considerable quan
tity of which has already been taken
from the mines and found its way
to the smelter.
Fruit iw r can N had iu small
quantities at the Courier ofticv.
ljirger lota, from AO0 pounds to ton
Wta can l aecurvd on abort uot ice.
Leave all orders at the Courier oftliv.
A new ct.ppir strike bus been mitde
iu this vicinity. It is very rich nun
the partii-a lire jubilant over the find.
A large number of otir placer miners
are in the hills prospecting so wc
have but little news to write this
time. The Ajax mine on Mt. Knbeii
is driving a tuuncl to tap their ledge
at 2.-.0 ft.
Mr. Pall, our marshal, has gone to
Salem. We do not mean to say he is
iu the asylum but lias gone on a busi
ness trip and w ill be back in a few
days. R. G. Virtue hus returned fiom
San Francisco and reports having hud
Mr Anderson is visiting his family
at present ; he is engaged lit the Green
Mr. Wilson and family are sjieiiding
a time in Portland. j
Mr. Gofif is in very poor heilth.
We have no idle men iu our place '
as work is plentiful and the fanners
are busy gathering their fall crops. i
There is a complaint of fruit falling'
from the trees, especially flic Uurtlett !
Our weather prophet says that some .
of tho planets are out of rig or we ;
would have had rain before this time, J
and ho is supaiscd to know having.
made astronomy his study; but in,
Oregon it rains when it gets ready, !
signs or no signs. Rack iu Kentucky
if the weather got cloudy at the Is-'
ginning of the new moon we could
look for rain but in this country wc
have lots of things to learn.
We have no sickness to report of a
Milt (toff is building a new house
as his family js increasing and he
needs more room.
Wo understand J. P. Keiiney is
negotiating to hell his tract of land to
people in the east. Vacant land is
being looked after as people are need
ing homes, f lur Poind of Trade is
busy looking after home seekers as
we havo iu this vicinity several
tracts of land that could be converted
into good hollies.
Mr. Frank Mageo contemplates
going to the npp?r Applcguto in the
neur future where he has copier in
terests. He has been engaged in
business near ICenni-y vi lie during the
Wo don't think inuny of our popu
lation will go hop iieking us we are
ycy busy lit home and can live w ith
out going out to make a living.
ROCK MEN WANTED.
Good rock men wanted at fl. 75 to
ti.rn per day. Hoard fl.S'i per week.
Call or nddr. ss D. L. Morris,
I! row m-boo, J.mIkh Co., Ore.
IT LS UlrTlMTlEDOCTOR.
A ladv w rote us a few weeks ago
from Winchester. Va., that ..he hud
lieen under a doctor's care for 4 years
for dvs-l.in, the pain set medio
center" under lur lift shoulder plade,
and was sn severe at times that she
could neither (tit nor sleep. She hail
lost faith in her home doctor, and
asked ns to send us samples of our Dr.
Gnnu's improved Liver Pills which
had been rt coiiinieiiepd to Her. we
sent her two pills. In a few days
she sent for a box. Now she writes
that tho pain under shonldT has left
her ciitirelv.shc enjoys her meals and
never sleeps less than K hours every
night., and (his has all conic about
iu two weeks, a ud cost her ode. for
two boxes of pills. Says the doctor
charged he,- (VI.OO and that she told
him he had belter take the $.'iti.(X) nn
invest it all in Dr. Gunu's Impn veil
Liver Pills iiiidh nild up his practice.
We have not received the Doctor's
order vet but uny one having dysju'p
sia, bilious spells or sick-lieadnche
can get a sn i(ly cure by the use of
these pills. Fur sale by W. F. Kreiner.
The fisherman, the sailor, the
yachtsman and everybody, is liable
to sudden attacks of disease.
Acts like magic for cholera, cramps,
sudden colds, or chills from ex
posure; Take no substitute. Price 25c. a 50c.
late for last issue J
fine weather but r.ith
rain would do good,
are busy gathering
Ws are haviiij.
fruit a large amount of which is be
ing shipped north; it is of 11 good
quality. The pears are fulling oil
Wo haven't much news to write
this time us the mimrsiiro In sy in
their mini s so are not reporting much
The Ajax mine is running a long
tunnel to tap their ledge at i.iO ft be
low the surface.
We have a little sickness to report:
Ed Wallace's little baby has the pneu
monia. J. W. Goff is atllieted w ith asthma;
b dug an old man he has 11 hard Unit
to pull through; he is one of the old
est pioneers of southern Oregon.
Our city marshal is filling his otticc
ill a quiet and resolute manner. Ti
patrol our tow n and Maiden's Lulu
he thinks he w ill have business foi
: deputr to keep the (ranch ill ix oplt
ill good order. He says our tow in
is'oplo are a very quiet u o le and
need but little looking after.
Mrs. Henry and daughters luadi
Mrs. G. W. Chapiu a friendly cal:
last Week ; she says t hues are good at
Tine s are
ty of work.
Miss Nellie Kenny is convalescing.
(i. W. Chapiu was seen 011 out
streets last week, selling fruit, lb
clls fruit on its merits; as he is 1
lior talkcr.the fruit must do its owi
We have no marriagi s 10 report.
Our school commenced last weel
with a big attendance.
e busy gathering and ship
good at Kenny ville ; plen-
Orange Front, Oppo. Opera House.
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The TOl'llOUNI) SHOE is (iiled between oihotIb and otot . '
mix'ure ol yround cork and rubber which acla as a cuehion for the"1 ' J
er'a foot, keeps out moisluie and preienls tqueakiug
liHiitlenivn! Wear only Topround $5.50 Shoes, made from Wi,
own Calf. Wears belter, itfl polish belier; i fct) ttw . , V
made in the world fur the price
Welch's Clothing' Store
Opera House Block. '
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
1 Be Ready When the School Bell Rings I
Thoughtful pupils will get their School
Supplies before llio fall term commences.
The time honored Slate and pencil.
L,ead Pencils all styles and prices.
Tablets for ink and pencil.
Composition Hooks for language exercises.
Thomas' and Sunford's Inks.
All of tho Required SCHOOL BOOKS.
Slover Ih'ug Company.
Froivt Street. (
The ai curate compounding of prescriptions from pure ij. !
gradients is onr stronghold. u
Our piVM-riptioii deiBirtment ii I
liusted to expert pharniaciiti
hiive mustered tho science of fc
and give to tho preparation oft
medicine a conscientious careftj
I and attention. Care and nkilljrr,
I those mistakes which are ili.'
) perilous to the patients forrtu.
niediciucs uro dcHifned. Pore, Is
drugs nro our stK'ciulty, an Wi lli
full lino ot standard jirepuratii
j toilet and manicure articles.
G. P. Pharmacy and National Drug Store,
W. F. KREMER. Propr.
Talking Machine Record
Paddock's Bicycle Deii
Kios of tlie Opium Rifli
Thuptday, September 1111
t nnn ursu sn iKQTOn , PORTLAND, ORCCON
The school where thonuiyh wotk is done; w here the reason is
llhv:lvs Bvea; whore cinti.ictu is developed; where ImoUecpiiig
is taught exactly as b.Kiks art kept i:i business ; where s"horthamt is
nnuL-'miutismp is at us i.e-t; where hundreds cf
Kwkkccpcrs ntnl stenographers have Kvn clticated for success in
life; where thousands more will be Pn all the year. Catalogue free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B., PRINCIPAL
A Mnm-tcr Kuleidi'M-oj.' of On
':i:t!i!in ("liinaxe.-.. l!eiii:iiiti( ?
li ti., mid Tliiillilij? Adveiiium
M Scenic K;TeclH, H- iMilifs!'
A cen.p:iny ,,f v.i il known -V'
i !l Ml tre ili!;!U nelUtlllilWt
'r.-.v i In- numerous i harm t'-r.
l'i iei mid .".0 I t-'.
No i t:a charge to r. ir "
a:.s in :iiiv;ince.
I-et ua allow you tho (lie that catch
eight pounderu, only JO eta. cr doxvu
at ('miner ltroa.
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1902 OPENING ANNOVNCEMEMT.
Oi!hr l.ilieral Arlf, S-e'enilxr Id
Cnllrye ol Xliitie. Si-pirmN'r lii.
l'o!legi tiatorv, Sep'eintwr lii.
1'ullfae el Art, Srptriulvr lii
t.'olhi;e ot Tliruloiiy, Septenilicr 111.
Nuiiiial l'p.iririieiit, Septeniher Ii'..
1'repatater) i,pt., Sepienilxr lii.
Hiiiiien, I'ept., Sptelnlier 111
t'.illejie el .Mrdii-iiiv, Helulwr 1.
l'ulU-(i ol l , (V-tobir U.
Tuition r&tea re&ionaLle
C&t&lrtua sent on , rpllciv l.nn
room at Bo&rdinl Hull. VIO n.r ... t.
iovd heard iih huii..ird ro-im ran Iw had in Hie ritv lor 1 i; t j en
St i.lnitt can bnaid thfinvlvH for rrra
pr . in r v. if 'ainiliet
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John II. Colcm;in, President, Salem, Ore
IMaycdioStandins Kou:n in Every City oflmp
ancc in the Tnion.
A j,-'iiimm1 Aiimotiou.
TM. S,ttson Fe,,urlng lhe Beautiful nd
I alcrxted Arliat
Miss Katheryn Carvel. f