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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, ORKOON.
Published Every Thursday.
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tjinxle Copies. .1
Notice is berehr uirrn that on July 1
1HU2, the Milncriplion rate ol the Col ana
will be rained to SI.6U per year. Anywho
pays their suiwription now gel me iwne-
in oi me cneaper raie.
Furnished on application at the office. '
A. E. VOORHIES, Propb. & Mnor
Entered at the pout otHce at Grants Pss
Oregon, as second-claM mail matter.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1902.
President Roosevelt had a three
hour conference with Socretarleii Root
and Moody, Attorney-General Knox,
Pottt master-General Payne and Com
niissirner of Labor Wrijtlif, at the
closo of which, though no report was
given oat, the Inference was drawn
that the striking coal miners would
be asked to return to work on the as
surance of the president that he would
recommend to congress and to the
governor of Pennsylvania that action
be taken to examine into and remedy,
so far as possible, the grievances the
miners complain of. One of the con
ferees dropjied the remark that the
miners would soon be at work.
There is gloom among the republi
cans of the east, who fear the coal
strike- and the growth of genera)
sentiment against the trusts will
change many votes to the democrats.
Hill is shrewdly making the most of
the situation in New York. Quay
seems to bo afraid he will lose Peuii
sylvania, where Oovernor Stone la
also playing politics with the strike.
The republican factional row lu Iowa
threatens to send a democrat to suc
ceed Henderson. But there is consid
erable political enthusiasm In Ohio.
The promise is made tiiat inside of
three months cable communication
will be ojieiied witli Hawaii. If this
pledgo Is made good, the effect of its
accomplishment will doubtless soon
be felt in stimulating busiuess In the
little Paoiflo archipelago. Hawaii's
commercial development has been
promising, but it ought to be quick
ened materially by the practicability
of transmitting 'intelligence Instan
tanoouxly between Honolulu and the
United Mutes, while the, value of the
islands as a naval station will be
made fur greater than it is at present
Oregon's first govornor, Johu Whi le
aker was buried at Euuene Bunduv
afternoon, having expired of paralysis
at his home friday evening. The fu
neral was under the buhiiIovs" of the
Masons of which order Mr. Whitunker
was a niemlier of long standing.
John Wliiteuker was the first gov
ernor of Oregon under the state con
stitution. Ho was elected at the June
election in 1858, and inaugurated on
the 8th of July of the sunio year, It
being believed that the bill for the
admission of Oregon as a state had
passed congress. Thore was no rail
road or telegraphic communication
with Washington, and after a tiuio it
was ascertained that the bill for Ore
gon's admissiou as a state had not
1 unwed congress. As soon, however,
as the bill did puss, early in 18611, and
ofllelul notification was received,
Governor Whiteaker assumed the du
ties of his office, and was Oregon's
chief executive until the inauguration
of his successor lu 18(13.
John Whiteaker was born in Dear
born county, Indiana, on the 4th day
of May, lH.'O, and was raised on a farm.
Ho removed to Illinois in early life,
and subsequently to Missouri, where
ho married Miss N. J. Margrave in
1817. Attracted by the mines of Cal
ifornia, he camu west alone in 1K-ID
and remained nutil I8M, wheu he re
turned to Missouri. The next year he
came to Oregon with Ills wife and
settled on a farm in Ijuie county i7i
IHM. Iu ISM he was elected probate
judge, and the next year a member of
the Territorial legislature. In lHftH lie
Was elected governor of Oregon and
served a.full term. In the contest for
this honor, lie received Mill votes to
the 4U13 cast for K. M. Ilarumn, his
opiNineut, who had already Imvii high
ill olllce iu the territory. His term
expiring in 18HJ, he retired to Kugene.
He was elected to the Oregon house of
representatives in lWfl, lKttH and INTO.
In tliis Inst session he was made sink
er of the house. Ill 18TH he was again
called Um to serve the jicoplo of
Lane county as state senator for a term
of four years, ln-iiiR elected prexldeiit
of the senate at both sessions of the
In 1H7H Mr. Whiteaker had the hon
or of represent ing Oregon in the -tilth
congress, anil after tho expiration of
his term he again retired to private
life, only to resume public ottleu in
lNXi, when he was appointed Collector
of Internal Revenue at Portland under
President Cleveland's first adminis
tnitiou. At the close of his term as
collector, he Went twek to Eugene,
where he spent his remaining days.
Governor Whiteaker was always an
ardent and constant democrat in
politics, and had a largo miml-r of
admirers and friends, who looked up
on him as one of the lathers of the
rtemiK-ratie jiarty in this state.
FOR SAI.K AT COST.
A neat cottage of six rooms, pantry,
bath hot mill cold water. On Sixth
Address 1kx 2H, Grants Pass, Ore.
The oflice of the County Treumirer
will hereafter be located at Shiver's
Milk cow for sale, G. N. Merrill.
North tli St.
1 am open to business propositions
of any kind requiring money. Ad
dress J. D. Drake, City.
A force liunm and rvliinl..r m-iii.
M feet of Vluch gs Ivan ls.nl pipe for
sale. ' Address Win Hogg, Grants Pass.
Fall and Winter 19021903
We are selling Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Jackets
that are right. The quality that wears, combined with
popular styles, superior finish and dressy effect, sure to
RED STAR STORE.
W. E. Dean, Propr.
Front street, oppo Depot,
INDIAN WAR VETERANS.
The Oregon Indian War veterans,
in session at Salem this week, adopt
ed the following resolution, ottered br
T. A. Wood or Portland:
Whereas, The territorial legislature
of Oregon did iu W! contract with
the volunteers who enlisted and served
in the Oregon territorial Indian wars
of lHofi and 185(1 by act of the legisla
ture to pay anid volunteers the sum of
2.00 per day for their services, as an
inducement to secure their requisite
number to aid in putting down the
Indian hostilities, which raged from
the California lino on the south to
the British possessions on the north,
and from tho Risky mountains on tin
east, to the Pacific shores on Hie west,
Whereas, The volunteers by enlist
ment and services accepted the terms
of said contract, and
Whereas, The territory or its suc
cessor, the state of Oregon, have not
paid said sum, or any iart thereof, and
Whereas, Tho United States paid
about W cents per (lay for said ser
Whereas, There yet remains about
1.45 per day unpaid, for which the
state of Oregon is morally and legally
bound to pay, bo it therefore
Resolved, That wu ask the legisla
ture of Oregon to pay said obligation
In 4 per cent 20 year bonds, and ap
propriate in the bonds the sum of
100,000 for that purpose.
Resolved, That the failure to meet
said obligation iu the part of the state
is unrighteous and said act would not
JOSEPHINE COUNTY PLATINUM.
A Courier representative has been
informed that the display of platinum
from Josephine county sent to the
mining congress at ISutte, created
much attention and comment. Walter
F. Smith, who took the display to
tho congress for the Welsliach com
pany, of Philadelphia, and who has
the management of the company's
operation at the Meredith mines, in
the Waldo mining district, of Jose
phine county, is highly pleased with
tho success they are meeting in their
work and believes that in time they
Will have iu oisTatiou one of the most
successful placer mines in America.
The Welsliach company is mining
platinum strictly for their own use,
as they use a large amount of the
metal in the manufacture of their
articles. The process of extracting
the metal from the black sand, the
process they havo in use at the Meredith-
placers, is a secret process of
their own. They will continue their
operations through the winter.
CURRY COUNTY NEWS.
(From Port Orford Tribune.)
John Vail who has been sick for
several years is gradually growing
worse. Phil McMiinneg is also very
sick at Alf Gauntlet t's, Gold Reach.
A lwrty of gentlemen from Portland
passed through one day last week
en route for Southern Currv, to take,
a look at the timlier resources of that
These are busy times in and about
the cannery at Wedderburn, the can-
Arriving Daily in all
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and .og Coats.
WINTER WAISTS, OPEKA SHAWLS,
Wo hnvo many new novelties in our Dress Goods
Department. We invite you to come in and look them
Shoes and.l'urnishiiv; Goods
bo tolerated among gentlemen in their
dealings with each other, and the stale
of Oregon has no more right to refuse
the tDtyiiient of this just debt than lias
the individual tho right to refuse to
pay his written obligations to his
Resolved, that we invite the pioneers
of Oregon, Indian War Veterans and
the Native Sons of Oregou to eo o)ier
ate iu this matter, and do what they
nil toward securing the honest my.
ment of this debt to Jtlie aged, grnv
hcadod pioneer veterans of Oregon,
who have waited 4il and IT years for
what was justly their due ami should
have been paid them many years age.
The veterans conducted their busi
uess tint'tihg Wednesday afternoon and
adjourned, ltcforc dislstndiiig, u leg
islative committee was named to look
after the interests of the veterans tic-
fore the legislature next winter. The
ommitte is comjKwcdof the follow iug
named gentlemen : Major James Hruee
of Henton county ; Col. T. H. Wai, of
Salem, and J. R. Cmqs r of lntleviil-
elit e. Another uiii'tiug w ill be held
br these sturdy veterans on Jauuarv
Oct. 8-1!) Svmsl of Oregon meels in
Oct. W Susie Fennel Pipes Concert
at (-r house.
Good, sound, 10 year old horse.
Weighing alsiut 1100 ouiii1h, for sale
for 1.V Inquire D. R. Clapsattlc,
I street, next to Trimble it Cook's
HARKEl-S Foil S U.K.
liarrcl an casks for sale at Kleiner's
ning of salmon, i-as and beans heing
carried on. The run of million is
averaging up moderately well.
People visiting Gold Reach will
Hud tlrst-class accommodations at the
Walker Hotel, which has been lately
oivned to the public Mr. Walker
has a ham in connection with the
hotel, and horses will receive the best
11. 1'. Hume, Jess Turner mid Alf
tiauutlelt have formed H rtnersliip
for the piii'Hisc of buying, milling and
selling cattle. l'rmcial place of
business. Gold Poach, Curry County,
The steamer Acme called at Frank
port last week, and tiuik a cargo of
In in t m r Mom the Corhin mill.
Clinton Gaunt lett, sou of Win.
Gauntlet!, of Dutch Harbor, Alaska,
is visiting his Uncle Alf, of Gold
Heach Clint is iu poor health mid
contemplates going to the S:nioan Is
lands to remain for i rhaps a year.
Alf Gauntlet), who was so seriously
hurt, a few weeks ago, is out again,
and has hopes of complete recovery.
E. It. lUnus is getting solus, nets
and tanks rvady, and making active
preparations for tlshitigat Rogue river.
Forest tires iiIhivc have boon burn
ing all around iu the mountains dur
ing the week, making the atmosphere
quite thick with smoke. Tuesday
night and Wednesday a warm wave
swept over the county, caused no
doubt by the mountain tires. At
Smith river on Tuesday night at 10 p.
in the thermometer stood at TS.
1 touts nruht Aa iibi UilS.
I Bat l outfb Bjnip, Twm Uat. V
In tiniM. !.-M M nmniML
A shooting affair resulting in the
death of Ed Glenn occurred Sunday
about 40 miles from Prineville at the
farm of the deceased, known as the
old Carson place, near Moury post
office. The farm "was rented and iu
possession of Charles Roberta, who
did tlie shooting. Both men were
armed with pistols at the time and
the trouble seems to have been brought I
about by a misunderstanding regard
ing a verbal contract relative to some
livestock. After the trouble Roberts
rodo 40 miles and delivered himself
up to Sheriff Smith at 2 a. m. The
coroner, accompanied by a doctor and
an attorney, went to the scene of
the trouble to make an investigation.
Roberts came from and is well known
in the neighborhood of Crawfordville,
The business portion of the town of
Gorvais, Marion county, is reported
to have been destroyed by fire Sunday
uight and only one store is said to be
left in the thriving town. The fire
started in the rear of the oflice of Mc
Kiuley Mitchell, and soon spread to
the surrounding frame structures
Over two blocks of buildings were
wiped out by the devouring flames
before they had finished their work of
destruction. The business section is
in ashes and only the warehouses,
irrain houses and S. P. Ca's station
are saved. The loss is variously es
timated at from .5,000 to 100,000.
HIS LIFE IN PERIL.
"I just seemed to have gone all to
pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Wel
fare, Tex., ' biliousness and a lame
buck had made life a burden. I
couldu't eat or sleep and felt almost
too worn out to work when I began
to use Electric Bitters, but they
worked wonders. Now I sleep like a
top, can eat anything, have gained
iu strength and enjoy hard work. "
They give vigorous health and new
life to weak, sickly, run down people.
Try them. Only 60c at W. F. Kre
mer's drug store.
NO EXTRA SESSION.
There is no likelihood of an extra
session of the Legislature. Governor
Geer is quoted as saying "that no
emergency has thus far presented it
self that would warrant his putting
tho state to the expense of an extraor
dinary session of the legislature, "and
it Is claimed the only sentiment found
iu Its favor is a purely solfih one that
prevails among the storekeepers and
boarding house iwners of Salem.
Following is the list of letters
remaining uncalled for in the Grauts
Pass jxjst oflice, Saturday, Oct. 4,
8. M. Cassard,
' A. L. Armstrong,
W. R. D. Allen,
Mr. Bart ley,
To the agent for the Globe Mfg. Co,
of Chicago, 111.
C. E. Harmon, P. M.
GOES. LIKE HOT CAKES.
"The fastest selling article I have
in my store, writes druggist C. T.
Smith, of Davis, Kv., "is Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs, and Colds, because it always
cures In my six years of sales it has
never failed. I have known it to save
sufferers fiom Throat and Lung
diseases, who could get no help from
dis'tors or an other remedy" Mother,
rely on it. best physicians prescribe
it, and W. F. Kremer guarantees satis,
faction or refunds price. Trial kit
ties free. Regular size, fiCc and (1.
Fruit paper can bo had iu small
quantities at the Courier oflice.
Larger lots, from 500 pounds to ton
lots can be secured on short notice.
Leuve all orders at the Courier oflice.
Get a free sample of Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets at
any drug store. They are easier
to tako and mote pleasant iu effect
than pills. Then their use is not
followed by constipation as is often
tho case with pills.
Regular sixe, 2fc per box.
GRANTS I'ASS WEATHER
Following is a summary weather ob
servation at lirsnls Pass during the
month of Sept 1902, as reported by
J. B. Piddoek, local voluntary observer
for the Oregon Stale Weather Service.
..... -Max. Min. Mean
"T Teni. Tern. Tem.
1 " IS.!" 47 ' T.l
2 2 Mi 74
3 97 M 74
4 8!t 4:1 tltl
6 08 40 lilt
0 101 411 72
7 8(1 4!l tilt
8 08 44 71
9 103 40 70
10 07 47 72
11 101 4ri 73
12 V'i 47 70
13 80 40 00
14 (XI 44 M
15 82 88 fit)
111 70 42 ."!
17 84 112 ,S8
is 7 a4 rr
l! 07 4 55
20 80 ;I2 Ml
21. 80 S.t til
22 112 ;i4 t3
2;l 85 7 til
24 ! M .'17 48
2"i I 71 37 50
2ti I 83 31 57
27 i Wt 42 to
28 j 75 27 51
20 83 27 5ft
30 1 83 31 67
31. I 1
Si'uutKv: Mean temperature, 03.
maximum temperature, 103, date 9;
minimum temperature, 27; dale, 28 20
Total precip mclit 20 Total snow
fall inches 0. No. of days clear, 26;
arlly 3; cloudy, 1. Th. Slouin 0.
Prevailing wind S. W
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased jsirtiou of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
tiiis tube is iuttamcd you have a ramb
ling sound or imperfect hearing and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, nnd unless the intUmatinu
can he takeu out, aud this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
caws out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but au inflamed con
dition of the mucous surface.
We will give f UX) for auy case of
deafness that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free, F. U.J Cheney A Civ,
Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, iSc.
Hall's Family Pills are the last.
uujuunjniiiVfMinWi u n " V ' n
Grants Pass Hardware
Successor to J. Wolke.
Carries a Complete Line of
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE,
MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES.
The T0PR00ND SHOE is filleilj'l.elween ontsole a'nd insole UD ,
mix'ure of ground cork and r-ibber which acts as a cushion for the tN
er's loot, keep out moisture and prevents tqueaking
Gentlemen! Wear only Toprbund $3,50 Shoes, made from While'i
Crown Calf. Wears better, keeps its polish belter; in fact, the best sl)0,
made in the world for the price.
Welch's Clothing' vStre,
Opera House Block. ,
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
Front Street, Opposite Depot,
A. E. CARLSON, Propr. GRANTS PASS, ORE,
Died J. W. Guff, of Lcland, one of
the first settlers of Southern Oregon.
Consumption being the direct cause
The Galesburg editor savs our poor
house is not very inviting; we think
it is a little too inviting for in our
vicinity we have ehariict 'rs who work
only when they have to, and when
asked why they do not work and lay
np something for old uge tneir answer
Is that tho county can take care of
them. They sit around iu the shade
from year to year aud after awhile
they drift ti the poor house and live
off of those who work and pay taxes.
There should be a law compelling
people to woik and maintain them
selves. The weather continues dry; rain is
needed budly, as the grass on the
range is dry.
When wu hear of cold weather iu
other parts of the country, we feel
glad that we are in southern Oregon.
There was a dance at Leliuid last
week, also one at Kennyville. We are
a population of pleasure loving people.
We had a big flro hern and n large
part of the range was burned off but
as far as heard from, no other damage
Some capitalists from Colorado are
in our midst looking after our mines
with a view to buying.
There is a big excitement in' the
timber business ; Upper Grave creek is
heavily timbered, the railroad com
pany has a large amount of timber
land there, each nlternato section.
They have pulled their timber out of
market, holding it for a raise. All
government land is bought up any
thing of a timber claim is bought
up. We look for a railroad to In
built up Grave creek in the near
Melvin Culp is tho guest of G.
W. Chapin. Ho is one of Merlin's
Peter Plezer of Hugo was here
looking for stock; he reports quiet
times at Hugo.
The health of the people is good, no
sickness to report.
Our nights tiro warm, as a rnle we
don't need any files.
We are a happy people with a clear
conscience. Wide Awake.
CATARRH OF THE NOSE,
Chronic or ulci-rat ive, cuases ulcers
to form which produce si-ubs nod fetid
breath; tirf one and then the ether
nostril is stopivd up. If the secretions
of the facial and nasal cavities have
become pntrid and of a cancerous
form, and the din-barge offensive.
A safe and effective wash is a solu
tion of Boratn Acid in hot water,
stronger or weaker according to the
inflainatioii of the jiarts effected,
which mm- Tin iiuiwl u-ltl, ........I .1......1...
nil" lllimtl lllilll lie
or snutfed up from the hand gently,
111..1 iiiiicuuv. in an cases take
the S. H. Catarrh Cure as directed
which will remove the accumulation
of effete matter from the system,
carrying it otT through the various
organs of the body ami a sis-cdv cure
may lie relied upon. For sale'bv all
druggists. Rook on Catarrh free.
Address Smith Bros., Fresno, Oil.
When you wake up with a hud taste
in your mouth, go at once to the drug
store aud get a free sample of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
; One or two doses w ill make you
well. They also cure biliousness,
sick headache nnd constiiation.
A Masonic pin ; owner describe piu
and ay advertising charges. Inquire
of J. B. Paddock.
Oil Cloth and Linoleum keeps the
kitchen or dininit room Hour ..!..,
and warm. Thomas' line j complete.
Miss Delia McCollum visited a few
days with friends and relatives near
Miss Bumgardiier is now employed
as help in the Wilderville hotel.
Miss Mary Ramsey visited a few
days with friends near Wilderville.
She was compelled to leave her work
iu Grants Puss on account of ill
W. Y. Rogers is the pastor for the
Wilderville and Althousc M. E.
churches for the coining year. We
welcome him buck to our community.
Mr. E. Erickson and son, Art, have
come home from their work and are
now drying fruit.
Mr. Thoss hits his new house finish
ed. Mr. ' Erickson did the C!irienter
Apple picking is the topic of tulk
now and work is plentiful.
Prune drying seems to keep some of
th" farmers busy.
PIANO AND VIOLIN CONCERT.
On Thursday, October llth, Mrs.
Suise Feiuiell Pics, violinist, and
Miss C. L. Huggius, pianist, will
give a concert ut the Ojs-ru house.
Upon the uppoiuttnent of Mrs. Pipes
as violin instructor in the university
school of music ' the Eugene Register
of August 3rd hud this to say:
"The services of Mrs. Susie Fennel!
PitM'B have been secured as instructor
iu the violin, an announcement that
students of the violin will receive
w ith pleasure. The university school
of music has never Before been able to
offer to students instruction on this
instrument, but believes that the
demand justifies this enlargement
of its activity. Mrs. Pi-s is a pupil
of Ernest O. Spitzner of Portland,
than whom there is not a ls-tter artist
iu the northwest. "
Miss Huggius is a first class pianist
in every sense of the word, a'fiinished
artist. She is now engaged as in
strnctor in the St. Helens Hall at
Do not fail to attend this concert as
it will be the musical event of the
Prices are !!.) and 50 cents.
To my place about Sept. 1, one cow,
red, bell and uo bland, ear mark,
I half crop, upper bit, in right car
split half crop in lift. Owner may
I have same oy paying for this nd and
damage. A. Meier, Winona, Ore.
Nothing In The Range
of cooking is more uetizing tl.an
a Well-baked home -made loaf iu
the hands of a dainty woman.
Fn sh from the oven, it appeals
to four of the live senses, and sav
ors of comfort and domestic bliss.
The universally popular product
of the Medford mills makes thu
most delicious and wholesome
bread. Their brand is a triumph
of the millers art. Never varies
iu purity or quality.
A. A. DAVIS.
During the month of (VtohYr we will close out our st.x-k
of Hoiks ami Capes, an.l in or.lcr to ilo so, we will Kive a dis
count of toper cent on all garments. We know our prices
were lower than oilier merchants were makini;, ami tins ex
tra to per cent h.ul ouht to m ve the goMs. We also have
alineoftlressgccils thai we are cfTciinj; at l.-.vs than cost.
Look the iu over.
Our stock of Underwear for Men, Women and Children
is very cheap.
The Julia Matlo-.v Shoes for Ladies are vcrv stylish and
good to wear. We will make a reasonable discount on these
shoes for the next 30 days. It will 1 to jour interest lo get
some of these shoes.
Our line of Wool Blankets is cheaper than vou have
Ueu buying. We have a good stock. Iu ftet, you know
our prices are riht you can save money by dealing here.
Yuts Wilhiut Kxaggeraticn,
White & Armstrong.
" 111 minim 1 mm.
liicycl s, Guns, Locks, Umbrellas, Finliing Reels
Scales, Talking Mm -bines, Typo Writers Cash
Registers, Ice Cre.i m Freezer, Lawn Mo wera
Putnpp, ISaby Carriages, Grind Knives, Scissors
and Axes, do Lathe Work ami General Repairing
Bicycles and Sundries, Talking Machines and
Records, Pithing Tackle, Pocket Knives, Razors
Stick to it
If it is your resolution to procure
all your future needs in stationery
here, because so satisfactory, stick to
it. Can't do better anywhere. Wo
curry- a largo stock. Full ai-.d fine
lines to meet all wants. Goods and
prices are right. Everything iu olllce
ledgers, blank books, writing paper,
etc., exceedingly low. Genuine Irish
G. P. Pharmacy and National Drug Store.
W. F. KREMER. Pcopr,
PARR AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND. OREGON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is
llway Biven; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
U taught exactly as books are kept in business; where shorthand il
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in
life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
Be Ready Vbtn the School Bell Rings
TlmuKli'.ful pupils will get their School
Supplies Ix-hjic 1 he fall term commences.
The time honored Slate and pencil.
' Lead K-tieiis all styles and prices.
Tablets for ink.and pencil.
Composition Uouks for i;lgu:1ge exercises.
Thomas' and Sanforcl's Inks.
All of the Required SCHOOL BOOKS.
Slover Drug' Company.
The accurate cotnpound.in
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SivdUlo and Pack Horses in Readi
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Selma Feed Stable and
The Selma Grocery
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