Selma Hardware co. Store

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Our LAST UP-DATE: 2024

Jim Rafferty owner of "Selma Hardware co. Store" have, with a heavy heart decided to close out this web-site ( because our Hosting company quit hosting web sites. After searching unsuccessfully for a cost-effective replacement Host by the dead-line, I now have to let this site go. The current e-mail is still active. And the store is open, only the web-site is effected. It could be possible to create another web-site in the future.


(Located in the Selma Post-office Complex, Across Hwy-199 from RAY's Market)

18398 Redwood Hwy (unit D) Selma, Oregon 97538

Telephone # (541) 597-4941 Fax # (541) 597-4942


Selma Hardware co. Store   Accepts only: Cash & Money-Orders     Sorry NO-Checks,   Credit,   or   Debit Cards

Hardware Store Hours:

Wednesday - Thrusday - Friday     8:00am ~ 5:00pm

Saturday - Sunday     9:00am ~ 5:00pm

ALL National Holidays     9:00am ~ 3:00pm

CLOSED:   Monday & Tuesday   Execpt  on National HOLIDAYS

New: SHS Offers Copy, Fax and E-mail Service

Selma Hardware Store Photos:    [click-here]

to view: Select the Following Departments

Premium Wild-Fire Hand Tools Department:    [click-here]

Automotive Department:    [click-here]

Cabinet Hardware Department:    [click-here]

Electrical Department:    [click-here]

Garden Department:     [click-here]

Carving Hardwood Department:    [click-here]

Plumbing Department:    [click-here]

Miscellaneous Department:     [click-here]

Mertic & SAE standard Nuts & Bolts Department:    [click-here]

Misc. Wood Department:     [click-here]

BackGround My wife Lorraine and I ran Hardwoods Plus Company since 1992, until Lorraine's death September 7, 2017. I tried to continue the hardwood business, but Josephine county, whom I've been renting from for 17 years raised the rent. So I decided to sell off all the hardwood lumber and plywood and then move the cabinet hardware side of the business out of Grants Pass and started Selma Hardware co. Store.

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A History Note:

Benjamin Franklin was walking out of Independence Hall after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, when someone shouted out, “Doctor, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy? To which Franklin supposedly responded, with a rejoinder at once witty and ominous:

“A republic, if you can keep it.”


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