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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GKAXTS PASS, OKEGOX.
, Published. Every Thur.d.y.
One Y er. In .dvaocc, - $1 SO
Bii Moulin. .... .TS
Three Mombt. - . .. .40
Blngle Copies, .(
Notice is hereby given tbst on Julyl,
lfW2, the ubrijtion rat of the Coi sns
will be reined to I.SO per yar. Anywbo
pays their suhicription now get tbe bens
lit of the cheaper rate.
Furnished on application at the office, or
A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. & Mnor
Entered at the pout office at Grants Fit,
Oregon, as second-clans mail matter.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1902.
Witlilu the pant three years 200
Mormons have settled in Grande
Rondo valley. They hare purchased
some of the choicest farms ou the Sand
Ridgo and divided them np into 20, 40
and 80-acro tracts, and are ruining
ingnr boots principally. In tho city
of La Grande they have a commo
diong church building with a seating
capacity fur about 600 jieoplo. They
own the beot sugar factory, Imvo re
cently purcliimed tbo plant of the
Grande Rondo Lumber company at
Pony, by far the niont complete saw
mill in Eastern Oregon, tho Btee
Spur saw mill, the Hilgardplunerand
. all the available timber near iIu-ho
mills. They liavo a grocery store
paint store, jeweler, loan agent, real
estate men, lawyers and other busi
ticss men in La Grande, besides a
thriving community at Alicel and
Union. They aro industrious folk
and cultivate their farms to the
Some interesting facts regarding tho
development of tho wood pulp Indus
try and the dejieudeuco of our pnpe
manufacturers upon IniiKirtcil pul
wood are brought out by tho rejmrti d
threat of the Canadian parliament to
put an export duty of fl a cord on
wood used in the manufacture of pulp,
Advices from Ottowa aro to the
effect that parliament will bo axled to
. placo this export duty rn pulp wood
as a retaliatory meanuro should the
United Btates, as rumored, placeman
additional import duty of 26 i-r cent
on Canadian wood pulp. The effect
of this export duty won Id be to com
Jel tho manufacture of pulp, so far as
Canada is concerned, to remain en
tlrely In the hands of tho Dominion
manufacturers. Tho United Hlates
would bo coinjx'lled to tako off the
duty, it is cluimed, or do without
palp. It Is estimated that in the last
twolvo years from 8,000,000 to 12,000,-
000 cords of pulp; wood liavo been iin
ported into tho United Btates to
Canada. It Is argued by advocates
of the exort duty that all of this
wood could havo been manufactured
Into pulp In Canada, giving employ
nient to thousands of Canadians and
adding vastly to tho woalth of the
Dominion. Tho outcome of ;tho dis
cussion is awaited with much In-
torest by tlio pulp and paper manu
fao.nrors of this country.
BAPTIST CONVENTION CLOSED.
The final adjournment of tho Bap
tist state convention held lu Hoseburg
wasjtaken Friday evening and the
delegates and visitors liavo returned
to their rcirpcctivo homes. Tho meet
lugs there were pronounced tho liest
over hold in the stato outside of Port
land and was excelled there in Kliil
of numbers only. During tho sessions
in Hoseburg there were registered 107
delegates and 7 visitors , (H of whom
are miulnters. This is; a remarkably
Koa attendance and, bettor still, the
visitors expressod themselves as de
lighted with tho kindness and hos
pitality extended to them by the real-
aenis or Kosouurg. A hearty veto of
thanks was also extended to tho press
for concise daily reports of tho meet
ings and other courtesies shown.
Tho llaptist denomination now has
ISA organised churches In Oregon and
811 homo missionaries working lu this
Held. The work is steadily increasing
for tho glory of the Kingdom. The
next annual session of the convention
will lie held in Oregon City. A visit,
or writing of the convent ion, said:
"This is decidedly and pre-eminently
a convention town. Its inhabitants
combine iu their muke-up great ver
satility of genius, gnat literary cul
ture and political sagacity. They
jKWscss the Pauline ability of living
all things to meu ; are not sectarian iu
their ideas, and havo no prejudice
against the clergy.
"Were it jHiHsible to equalise every
tiling that happens at a convention of
sigiiilh-ance it would make a most iu
tcrcsting document. Fortunately, how
ever, it is too large to put into dia
gram. Indeed, it Is prolmhlo that the
best parts of It can neither bo taken
down uor nKirtel Discounting all
tho wearisome detail and machinery
of w hich all convent ions are too full,
this Hoseburg convent ion is under the
owor of new and great inspirations.
The delegates are full of a turmoil of
now things, which indicates that the
Creator is never through with a man
unless the man is determined to have
It so. As Dr. C. A. Wouddy put It,
"This convent ion marks '.he dawn of
a ucw day for Oregon Paptists.
Never in all their history have they
boon so mar together and so
thoroughly united as tedav. "-Review.
HOME Foil BALK.
If you want a splendid homo good,
largo house and two acres of laud in
tb city call on A. E. Voorhlo.
This place will be sold Immediately
If you want a place cheap dou't deliiv.
Whoa Your Joints
and nnuclos sore from cold or rheu
matism, when you slip and sprain a
joint, strain your sido or bruise your
self. Perry Davis' Painkiller will take
out tho sorcnoss and fix you rigtn in
a jmy. Always have it with you, and
ise It freely. USE
Fall and Winter 19021903 j
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.
SCRIBNER-HENDERSON 11 IN E.
Wolf creek, of northern Josephine
county, has one of the richest and one
of tho most unique quartz mines in
America, beyond a doubt. Bcribuer and
Henderson, two wood-cutters, of that
section discovered it about ono year
ago, and with u'sistants havo been
busy since that time washing out the
gold from tho rich, soft rock, with
shovel and inn. A mine that can jay
big wages to its ojsirators and If
worked In this way must indeed be
rich. Jho reck Is soft, dccoiiitrncd
porphyry, crumbles and washes easily
and Is rich In fine mid ronrse gold.
Tho matter containing the gold
follows a narrow qnartz senm close to
the surface of the ground mid up the
mountain sido from Wolf crsek. In
order to work It to better advantage
the osrators erected wooden conduits
bringing tho water around the hillside
and to tho diggings where It was run
Into a largo tank or punning place.
It is in these tanks that the dirt is
washed out and (ho gold removed.
Tho wages of the men engaged at this
unique and rich mine have run from
f 1 to I0 jier day and some days have
run as high as.'IO and more. Bcrib
uer and Henderson are preparing to1
put iu a mor odern rock crusher to 1
begin the development of the pros-rty
on a mora extensivo scale.
pump and cylinder
A forco pump and cylinder with
Ml feet of -lneli galvanized pijsi for
sale. Address Wm Hogg, Grants Pass.
7rrivin Daily in all
Ladies', Misses' ami Children's Jackets and Long Coats.
WINTER WAISTS, Ol'LRA SHAWLS,
Wo havo many new novelties in our Dress Goodg
Department. Wo invito you
Shoos andjl'iiniWiiii; (iooiN
PCHNED TO DEATH IN A F1UE
Mrs. Wm. Marshnian of Wanlton
was fatally burned last Wednesday
evening, by falling into the fireplace
at their home near Hoseburg. The
unfortunate lady was subject to
sikiiis occasionally and doubt less one
occurred during a motuontarv ab
sence from the house of the other
nicmlicrs of the familv. She bad
been alHint the place in her usual
alth all day. Just Ixfurc dark
the' other meiiils'r of the family
went a short distance from the house
tfter some straw for some purwo and
un returning in a few minutes
'omul the lady so terribly I urned that
the died In a lew minutes. She was
ibout 4S years of ago. Besides her
husband she haves one son at I.-i
randc, Oregon, one In Washington
and a son and daughter who aieat the
amily home near Wardtou. The
funeral was held ou Thursday after
noon. The community is sorely
shocked at tho tragic death of an
Ow ing to the large biisin, ss he Is
loing iu Grants Pass, Prof. Franklvn,
the well I noun pitlmist and claiivov
ant has found it necessarv to remove
his office to larger quarters in the
Pahtce hotel, room 110, where he will
he pleased to sec all his friend
When you wake up with a Kid taste
lu your mouth, go at once to the ding
store and get a free sample of I'liain
lierlaiu's Stomach and l.inr TuM, ts.
Olio or two doses will make veil
well. They also cure biliousness.
sick headache and const iputiou.
FROM THE SALVATION ARMY
TO THE CITIZENS OF
Through tho courtesy of the editor
we are given the privilege of bring
ing before you a subject which we
believe is worthy of your considera
tion; realizing that the Master's
words, "For ye havo the poor always
with yon," Matt. 2B-1I, aro verified
! even in our little city of Grants Pass.
Several cases have come to our
notice where people were iu need of
projicr clothing; and now that the
cold rainy scoron is cciniug cn, there
will doubtless be ninny others.
Feeling that you are one with us in
the desire to relieve as much as pos
sible, tho nei dy w ho are In our
midst, we t her fore ask you to co-ep-
erate with us in relieving their wants.
Many of you no doubt have ou hand
a supply of shoes or clothing that
has been out grown or laid aside
which you would gladly give to some
one who is in need. If you have any
thing iu tiits line, kindly let u
know and we w ill ho glad to call for
tlieni and see that they get into the
hands of those w ho are in want.
We aro cheerfully the servants of
all. Captain and Mrs. Clark, Officers
1,1 charge. Address P. O. Box S3,
Grants Pass, Ore.
I UrttS WhiHt ALL USE f fcllS. C
Bert i ouuh Brup. TMttw WL vm
In tUvm. Hold hr lruirtata.
to come iu and look them
IT IS VP TO THE DOCTOK.
A lady wrote us a few weeks ago
from Winchester, Va., that she liad
been under a doctor's care for 4 years
for dyss'psia, the pain seemed to
center under her left shoulder plade,
and was so severe at times that she
could neither cat nor sleep. She had
lost fail It in her home doctor, and
a-ked us to send us samples of our Dr.
liuim's improved Liver Pills which
had been rccommciicpd to her. We
sent her two pills. In a few days
lie sent for a bos. Now she writes
that the pain under shoulder has left
her entirely. she enjoys her meals and
never sleeps less than si hours every
night., and this his all come alexin
in two weeks, and cost her Mic. for
two boxes of pills. Says the doctor
charged her t MUM and that she told
him he had better take the f itUKI an
invest n all in Dr. Genu's iuipn ved
Liver Tills aiiilb in Id np his practice.
We have not received the Doctor's
order vet but any one having dyapep
sia, bilious sis'lls tr suk-lieiidache
can get a ss edy cure bv the use of
these pills. Fur Kile by S '. F. Kroiiicr.
Good, sound, 10 year old horse,
weighing about 1UX) pounds, for sale
for Inquire D. K. Clapsnttlc,
1 street, next to Trimble & Cook's
ii.u;uei.s fok sale
Barrels all casks for sale at Kreuu r's
To my place about Sept. 1, one cow,
red, hell and no hi and, ear mark,
half crop, npior bit, iu right ear
split h:ilf crop iii lift. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad and
damage. A. Meier, Winona, Ore.
Wit 1. THEY
That the V.
EVEK FIND II' OVT
Ifoid Hour is again t' c
tsst Hour on the market?
are having uice, dry, warm
weather, good for frmeM for gather-1
log in ' their fall crops. The apple j
crop is good in tnis section; the mar-1
ket price is low but w ithout a doubt j
he winter apples w ill briug a good
Another blacksmith shop is being
built here as there is more work than
one can do.
The amout of lumber and other, sup
plies that is being taken to the mines
is surprising ; the teamsters are tak
ing advantage of the dry weather.
Tbe placer miners are very busy
cleaning out ditchesand doiiig other
necessary wcrk. Harden, np the
creek has his amstre about ccm-
pb'ted. He has a gocd ledge and is
arriving aloug. IIu grinds rock
enough to keep expenses paid and
t htnks be will be able to put on a
mill in the near future. He could sell
but he knews lie has a gocd thing so
does not prcfose to Fell fcr a email
Hiunrable Virtue is stopping for
the present at the Hotel Audirson.
Mr. Lee, the jrojrietcr cf the Dew
Drop, took in the Pass cue day last
Our worthv marshal is maintaining
peace and good order. He is to be
Mr. Ball, our efEcii lit rest master,
is quite a cultured gentleman; the
ladies like to go for their mail as he
always has a smile for each one.
Although not a haudsomo man, his
genteel ways muko up for his good
ousincss is gooo. here; there is no
boom and no depression, business
moves quietly along.
Our young ladies arc good looking
and have a business air about them
they ale not the sleepy-go-easy kind
of girls that one sees iu some towns.
Mr. Miner, our popular night opera
tor, has left for San Francisco leav
ing many friends.
Archie Cunning!: am, the ft renuiii
of the wood gang, has taken n vaca
tion and gone to the Cpper Applcgati
to look after his mining interests.
As our weather prophet has gom
away rur tho winter we are at a loss
to tell when we w ill have a change of
The health of the people is good; no
sickness to report.
The farmers are waiting for rain so
as to plant and sow their grain. Wi
think next mouth w ill give us plenty
Grandma Burrough is sick again
wo hope slie will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hocking spent a
few days in tho Pass attending meet
Miss Delia and Bessie McCollum
of Grants Pass spent a few days with
rrieuds near Wildervllle last week.
Born-Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Robinson, a daughter.
Albio Woodward, who has been in
California tho hist two years, returned
to his homo near Wilder? i He.
Miss Efflo Verdiu and brother,
Louie, were passengers on the stain-
for Crescent City," Cal.
llev. Mr. Thomas is spendinif a few-
days with Wildervillo people and Is
Miss Nellie Bull who has been visit
ing relatives hero returned to her
home in Kcrhy.
Mrs. Ella Wilson of Grants Pass.
visited a few days with her father, J.
Mrs. J. T. Kolsrtson is up and
around again ; she wus quite sick at
Tho Williams mill did not run all
of last week.
Miss Addio and Chloe Robinson
siient Sniidny at home. They have
been attending school in Grants Pass.
llev. Mr. Thomas preached interest
ing sermons both morning anil oven,
ing, Sunday October 111th, iu the Wild
Little Charlie Reese of Grants Pass
spent a few days visiting iu this
J. W. McCollmii has bei lwiuite sick
for the past few days. Zanoni.
DEAFNESS CANNOT IIE CURED
by local applications as thev cannot
roach tho diseased sirtion of'the ear.
There is ouly one way to euro dcaf
u ess and that is bv constitution.,!
remedies. IVnfnesa is caused bv an
inllanied condition of the inucous'liii
ing of the Eustachian. Tills-. When
this lulsa is inflamed vou haven rumb
ling sound or imperfect hearing ami
when It is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the intliimat ion
can 1k taken out, and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will Ih destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an inll'aincd con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give flOO for anv case of
deafness that cannot Ik- cured bv
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free. K. U. Chenev -V Co.,
Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 7.V.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
MISSOURI FLAT PICK-UPS.
Tho weather is tine and farmers are
getting along nicely with their fall
Joe York has been to tovvu this
week getting some work done on his
J Rollie Cms, of Kubll, has l-cu
working for Mr. Sonson this week
cutting his orchard down a it is
ruined by the Sail Jose scale. j
Tom Kay has moved away from j
this place, and talks of going over j
to work for Dr. Ray at Tola j
K. J. Kubli, the mervhiint, went
over to Tolo last wctk and bought 1
home a nice load of fish.
I C. l'asye is running his quart
mine now aud Is getting out some
very nice rock. I
An old time wood sawiug was given
LARGE LINE OF
Grants Pass Hardware
Successors to J. Wolke.
Carries a Complete Line of
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE.
MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES '
A. E. CARLSON. Propr. .
by Jim Cook last Friday iud iu the
evening they had a dance and oyster
supisr. Every rue h:;d a fine time.
The ball fame was good i.nd well
attended. The toys chose sides and
played for an oyster supper which
will be nt Louis Locsch's l op yard
a week fri in Saturday.
Just Froai Miss or!.
linsini ss is quite lively about Wocd
ville at the present time. The grain
farmers are selling large quantities of
wheat, hay, etc., and the fruit men arc
very busy haiidiiuit the last of Ih"
p, aches, rum s and upplcs. The
greatest iced is to puher the late
peaches bef-re Jack Frost (vines to
A i tic; s.-ful camp m'tine, has just
(i- eii clo.i d at Wimer. It was held by
'he Church of tho Living Cod and
th'iv were four ministers pr-sini.
A good i.tteudaiiee and a uumb-r i f
conversions are rejsjrted.
Mrs. George Owens basimovidto
the Golileu Drift Cu's. dam to take
charge of tho bearding house ut that
John Cox, who lived at the ranch
at the first railroad crossing w st cf
Woodville, bus sold his farm and has
gone to San Francisco to reside.
Mr. Cailey, who rented the White
farm east of Woodville, last yiar, left
for Central Point last week where ho
has secured another farm.
It is said that "competition is the
life of trade" and business conditions
iu Woodville ut present happily illus
trate the saying. Not long ago, Post
master Hart felt that business pros
pects warranted nil outlay on some
further attraction f,r his oflice and
therefore iu-talled a gra hophone
to bring in customers. For several
days the place was crowded and Mr.
Hart did a rushing business in airs.
Then station agent Jones sprung the
counter-attraction in the form cf a
slot machine and strife waxed warm,
when, all unexjo tedly, In tel kei p. r
Wilcox cterid the lists and b. came
a most formidable comix titor. He
offered his entire stock of groceries
and dry goods at cost. Woodville
voung js-oph- became giddy-head d.
On the road down town they could
stop at Wilcox's hotel, git candy ami
pi aunts aj half cost ; wander over to
the post-oflk c and listen to the sweet
strains of " Goo-Goo-Eyes, " "Dolly
Gray," "El Capitan," or "Beautiful
Blue Danube Waltz" as their taste
dictated; and finally, step over to
Julie's shack and play the slot machine
for a few nickles.
At present writing the battle is
fierce and none call tell who will
coiue out ahead, until tie- last nieklc
of the harvest money has been gather
ed in ami the combatants sottl" down
to enjoy a well earned repose during
th. i w inter.
NOTICE OF FINAL s-ETTl.KMENT
OF A DM 1MST K ATI ill.
Notice is hereby given that Friilav, :
the 7th day of November, at 10 o'clock .
a. in. of said day at the court room f
the couii'v court of Josephine c'limtv. ,
Tog has been lived as the time
ami place for hearing tin-tiual iiecount I
of J. li. liurroiich as executor of the I
estate of S. A. I'urrough, di , as- d. :
All persons intcri st d in said estate!
aro hereby notified to file their object- ;
ions to said accountant, if any tle y
have, ou or Ih fore said dale and then j
and (hero to be pic m to show eai-.-i '
vv by sard final account shall not In
allowed. 'J his notice is published by
order of said county court, made on '
the nth dav i f October, p.n '.
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GRANTS PASS. ORE.
.ITEMS FROM GLEN DALE NEWS.
Mr. r.ud Mrs. Elijah Baker of Grave
creek, who were visiting the first two
davs of the week w ith Mrs. Eaker's
parents, Mr. and Mis. Miles Ramey,
near the sawmill, returned licmi
O. C. Setticr, a real estate man, rc
centlv fn in Wisconsin, w ho has been
looking over Oregon for a suitable lo
cation, d.cided to locate in Glelidale
lie has purchased the Kedticld farm
on the north cf town, mid with hit:
wifj and four ehihlreii movid on tc
the place this wctk.
While the Fnsbvteiv was in session
lien: last wick, for sjeciul r-iis us, it
was voted that Vr. Blair be uot per
mitted to resign his work here. But
; at an ii'ljouv.e d meeting at Grants
: i a.-s, on inursuay, this Krmissioii
! was gtatited, that he might accept u
.call to bt-ceni; S. S. Missionary. Hi:
I work here will close with Oc tuber.
! The family will then remove to Oak
I land, their old heme.
1 Only one tramp has been in. Glen
dale for two months. Ho evidently
hadn't he ard that work was plentiful
hi re, or he wouldn't have stopped off.
'Among somo of the new buildings
now about to lie built ill Glondale, is
a new printing office and dwe lling for
H. W. llulls-rt and daughter, a larg
aclcliti.m to Hotel Clarke, a i:i,t!l,(i
ichool house, mid some 10 new dwell
ings of which we will s)ak when tin
lumber company catches up with their
SIiss C el in h. Ilulbcrt arrived here
from Georgetown, California cu Mon
day morning, and is now chief assist
ant in the News Office.
Gi t a free sample of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Bt
any drug store. They arc- easier
to take and more pleasant in effect
than pills. Then their use is not
followed by constipation us is often
the case with pills.
Regular size, 2. per box.
The oflic e of the County Treasurer
will hereaflcr be located at Shiver's
The Key to The Secret
Of good bread making lies iu a
b ik-of Hour from th,. M, chord mills.
It is mad by !l. moM perfec t pro
cos. from the . h.-i-c-st wheat and
makes the whitest and ,0,t ,lt..
lie ions breid that makes it in
Mi'.ity 'the s aT cf l,f..,-- i,v it
lea'lhful :.i.d nutritive qualit ies.
A. A. DAVIS.
tii'v-. 53 YEARS'
v, i 7- v--
. - ranent utttce
vvAtMINGTON D. C.
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The TOI'ROUND SHOli is filled between ouUnle and innole with
niix'lirt) of urnnnd cork aud r'lhber hich nets us a cushion for tb.e ef
er's foot, keeps out moisture and prevents -leaking
Gentlemen! Wear only Topround $3,50 Shoes, maele from White'
Crown Call. Wears belter, keeps ts polish better ; in fact, the best Bho,
made in the world for the price.
Opera House Block.
G. P. Pharmaey.and National Drug Store.
W. F KREMER. Propr.
PARR AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work Is done; where the reason Is
lwavs Een; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
is taught exactly as books are kept in business; where shorthand ii
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success fa
life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue tree.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
k Ounce of Prevention
Is worth a
The Ounce cf ricvctition is our
cCN CCLl AFSIELE PVBBER NIPPLE.
It is absolutely Xtm-Cuilapsible, Smooth, Tough,
Lotigl.asting, can be Boile. Kept atcdly to Sttr
ilie willi out harm.
Let us Show you one ami you will see the Point.
Slover Drug' Company. I
The ai curate compoun.Hug
he.ecv leui (iur SirOllllDll
Saddle and Pack Horses in Readi
ness on Short Notic?,
Selma Feed Stable and
W. J Smith Propr.
M I XI-KS SUPPLIES.
-ntofIOp,r c,n f-'1--1
were lower th.m o-'ur , , i . e k"0W ol,r Prlces
aline 1 ir'ef ''Jm0Vi: -W have
Look ,hc, (,v!:r (!rt,i at 1-than cos,.
i-co'clf f U!,Jt!1Vtarf Women and Children
The Jllhl M.lo.v Sluxs fori,'-
Kootl t weir Wo w 1! , S Ver' styI,sh al,d
she-cs lot the next p.v 'V K;r"!ia5,, disC0UIlt tliese
-m- of these sh.-,s ""' ,0 -V0Ur il,,ereSt 10 get
Our line of ,(
been buyit-y. . ,
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or prices arc i s-h- , .
PADDOCK'S BICYCLE DEN
One of Lift's Chief
Is writiuj? letters, when you
nice, defiant paper, a ih-u that tram
fers your thoughts easily and ia,
that ilows clear aud black. Then
correspondence in no longer a tire
some task und a bore to existence"
To acquire this alwnys procure yoM
stationery supplies at Knnier's.
pound ,'of Cure.
of prescriptions from pure
Hay, Grain tvndMillfeed
of nil Kinds.
I W1ULIII it .
is cheaper than you have
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' 111 lact- you know
fave money by dealing here.
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