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JRK1UY, A I'M LIS, 1888.
Tim Ni'r Itnllroml UHiIko Am Intnrotltig
mill llrtnllml l)pvrlitliin ot tlin Struc
ture.. From our Iti'KUlur Correnpnmtcnl.
I l'oini.A.vn, On., April 10, 1888.
,j 1 found Mr. (ieo. A. l.cdcrlo, the en
gineer in charge of the new lratiH-eon
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iiiloi tnut lou in Ins iiesrossiun,
In tlm mutter of changing the voting
place of Kneaiupinent precinct: ordered
changed to iN'orth Fork Hiding.
In the matter of road Ko. .'110:0 W
Knight, John Cupllnger and Win M
Hcot' appointed viewers.
In tliu mutter of conntv mad No. !t0!l:
Joe IIo.jii, I l'ounehuinp'uiui J S Hodgon
SKtl T i.DAY.
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fiiriiiullm, iii. iv it wUriMif
tl. V. MUST,
Apr 12 tlA.w Wnlluln, V. T.
Ml No. :tii: II lALti
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visit wlii'ii III roriuiim.
render thorn y
norvlt'0 In lils
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mmil it rtlttit nlifililil lm iirirnnfynil
1111 rnur linn uiu pimii; ill min
ns are selling at j-j.mj per uozeti,
court adjourned thin evening
tar lleslutirunt is tho "boss
itiyer returned lroui I'.eno on urn
1'arker of I'lnatllla sicnt a eott-
fiJ fit titlL'tl flllU U'lMlL'
K. l'otwino Is over at tho Cove;
inly return to-morrow.
i Ilivinl nf Trillin h1i:ihii muter-
io more, and try again?
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tcel ones lias readied helio.
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Iiiihoii lui.4 some nice furuiHhed
rent at tliu old jiostollleo build-
f tiHinliiir nf fiillnlilM in Inn l'llll
urvation lotH are lieing recorded
lie clerk's ofllco.
r ro)in of tho Howiiuin IIdiiho
changed (q tlio room Xoriuorly
. and v co voreiii
Inon law not 'vet rendo '.1 IiIh
in tho court Iioiiko removal ciiku,
in expected dally.
tho announcement In our adver-
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Senator, eanio over Irom l.ti
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rted that Dotroloum Iiuh Ikjuii
butiveon Central In and Oruy'H
, a iiluco to do housework, or to
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nuu. iiiiuv ui. linn uiiilu.
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laid oir. called lteid'fl addition,
Minniiiiiinir m iihio weru hoiii hid
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unrniinri camu uji laiciy irom
and will lenvo hooii tor tlio
work in liln Uranito Creek min-
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day right ulon, lecauKo it Ih u
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ntoro u choice lot of piuo npploH.
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ua i uavo arrived, nuu uro very
nil it- .v .i i ' u tirtt MKUiirvnn
of their now (itiaitiTH.
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on tho rei-ervoir is progrcyaing.
put In; then It will Ik) walled up
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of tliu Daih Kakt OiincioxuN,
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Ink tnrtitlmiM fa it titfln iilinvit vul
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IUIUIIIVU Ul 1U lil'IIV
from Seattle, and Taeonia, after
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growth of our daily mibscrijition
it meets our mot Hanguiuo ex-
no nave usea n as an uuveriis-
1 II til urn lltiimTfiinllit ill tliolr nr.
Frmrr'4 Opuru Haute.
distinguished lecturer, actress.
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.'IIB I'iUiimtU .UUItlllUIII. "Ill KVU
uzio. or mo iiauun wuo. uur
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illl iii,in.i iini inmnrii na niiiniiiF
best entertainments ever uivon
.il il.. 1 .1. 1 1. f i
, teachers, llio acting nccno in
llirHTIrili nr imp rmar imin Ailrlpnnn
gladly. Ilelsiin intelligent lixiking lit
tlo fellow, Ktuooth faced, and lias a gamu
leg. No sat now n on u big Hleel 'stiinger'
and talked bridge for half an hour, dur
lug which time I learned tho following
Tho flrHt. wortf U'im ilntin liiut Ani.nut
and it is exiicctcd the briduo will bo
ready for trains June 1st next. Since tlio
work commenced olio accident has ban
pencil, causing the loss of a life, two
weeks delay, and u )eciiniary loss of foil
thousand dollars. The total weight of
iron and steel in tho bridge is two million
ihjiiihIs, and tho freight bill amounts to
In total length tho bridge proper is six
hundred and sixty feet, and consists of
two spans, ono llxcdiind the ot her u draw,
llio draw span In .HO feet long, anil lie
L-lns on tho West hank, oxteudinir to
pier neartlioceutcr of tho stieain. It rests
on it pivotal pier, land when open swings
over u protuclion of piling built at right
angles to tlio bridge and extending llio
feet each way from tho center, or twenty
feet beyond either end of tho draw. The
pier upon which the draw rests was.uiado
of driving u solid body of piles into tho
bed of tho stream, wliich were sawed oil
evenly at u dupth of -10 feet liclow low water
mark. Upon tins was mailu n grillage of
ll'xlL' timbers, alternately crossiui! at
riuht angles, to a height of li t feet, iiimiii
which wan erected u pier of solid masonry
to mo top, uiiicn lorms a rest tor tliu
turntable. This pier is 111 feet in dlaine
ter at tliu top ami has uixm it u circular
track, upon which oil steel wheels move.
Tho draw Hiian, which rests uhhi these
wheels, will bo separated by a small steam
unuino, located on ono side of the draw
span. Tho pier upon which tho connecting
ends oi tlio two spans rest, was made by
driving two clusters of piles fourteen
feet in diameter, side by side, around
each of which was sunk a heavy iron
cylinder, tlio spaces insidu being solidly
Piled witn concrete, llio cylinders are
till feet hiuh and extend 70 feet Ikmow
low water mark. Tho llxed upan, ex
tending from tlio cylinder pier to (lie cast
bant ot tlio river, is ;ai leet long, i no
Iwttoiu of this span is 110 feet above low
water mark, a distance sulllcient to cr
in tt tugs and small steamers to pass un
der at all stages of tho water, except the
highest. 'Ihobridgo is designed for tlio
triple use oi trams, wagons ami toot pas
rcngers, and for this purpose is divided
into four compartments. Uoii the bot
tom of tho bridge, which is twenty feet
wldo between the trusses, will bo laid a
single railroad track, twenty feet In the
clear almvo the track leliig allowed to
tho solid plunk floor of tho wagon road
way above, me upper Halt is llio same
width us tho lower, giving ample room
for teams to pass. Tho space in the clear
ulxivo the planks Is 11 feet, tho remainder
of the forty feet of total height of tho
structure wing tilled with angle-iron
braces. On u level of the roadway out
side the trusses, on each side, is a foot
way six feet wldo, protected "by ample
railings and guards.
Tliu structure is being constructed by
tho O. it, A N. Company on its own no-
co; m, aim not by contract, so that tho
exact cost is yet unknown. It will, how-
ovor, ajiproxtinato J'BO.OOO. The frame
Ih of solid Iron uud stcol, principally tho
latter, the draw weighing 600 tons, and
the Uxcd span 1108 tons. The bridge is
being made by tho Union Bridge Com
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J'liuj ui iiliuim, i uiiiipi ixillllli mill Hill
arrive in terfectly inatclied parts, ready
to lo joined and placed in osltion. Tho
best material Is being tiycd, uud utory
ollbrt will Ini made to secure the lwst
utruetuio K)sslblo. Tho chief engineer is
Oeorgo S. .Morrison, of Now York city,
who is represented hero by Georgo A.
Ixidurlo, the engineer in immediato
On tho west side the approach to tho
wagon-way Is 700 fcot long, beginning at
thocornorof Third and O streets, and
forming a viaduct over tliu trucks of the
Noi thorn l'acille and Oregon A California
roads. Tho railroad track from tho
bridge will connect immediately with
trucks now on Front street. On the east
sldo tho roadway connects with Ilolliday
aveuuo about tlueu blocks lielow tlioO.it
0. ferry landing, by an approach of 150
feot, and the track joins tho tracks of the
O. k 0. through u deep cut now being
mado In the high bunk south if the
bridge. Turn: Laxks.
lie Couliln't detThern.
Harry Laudis, tho hoot-bluck at Mc
Cullough'H burlxsr shoji, has evidently
been bragging on his climbing qualities
a good deal, and this morning liet that
he could climb to the top of the flag stair
in the court hoiiho yard. A purse of (0
was soon made tin, which lie was to have
if ho climbed to the ton and touched tho
kill. He proceeded to the iole,
kicked oir his shoes, and for tho first
twenty feet Inspired everyone with
the liellcf that ho could go
to tlio top easily. However, no ono was
seen trying to entice tho stakeholder
around tho comer, as the climlier'ri
jiowera woro visibly lieginning toweukon.
After getting about one-third of tho way
up. ho begun to inutilro anxiously if tho
K)lo was safo. Being assured that tho
ground would catch him if it should
break, ho mado a final effort which took
liim about ball way. lie stopped, gazed
lovingly ut tho top, "so near and yet ho
fur,"then down ut the ground, and began
to slido slowly down, amid the shouts of
the crowd that had collected. Ills trous
ers and self resjiect sulFered a good deal
in the descent. 1 le won a bet by diiiil
ingan electric light pole, but when it
comes to a 75-foot wlo which tajn-rs
utmost to a point, ho gives it up.
In the matter nf cniintv rn.
.l .M Hemphill, It ( Thoiupsoil and Hess
wiui-u iiiiioiiiiei wi-wom.
Ill tho matter of ro.ul district No. .'1:
AptKiIntincnt of II. Hiibblellold revoked
and F.dwin lteser npHintcd Hiiiiervlsor.
In the matter of road district No 88:
Ed Hyrd appointed suiervisor.
l'auer account: It llond .t'JS.Ut).
Incidental : II F Johnson (L'J.li.'i.
In the matter of county road No .lilt:
J M Cochrane, Win ltuslt and W It
Anion appointed viewers.
In tho matter of county road No .'Ul! J
W Williams, 1 A Wild and E J Mcinors
In tliu matter of county road No I!0G:
report of viowers accente'd and the samo
established us u county road and ordered !
In the matter of road No 307:report of
vlcwerfl iic(ptcd and samo Is ordorcd
opened for public iirj.
In tho mutter of road No 1102: vlowero'
report accepted and same ordered oponod
for public use.
h iiiiitliimil niut Trnjlo
I. (Il Hue I',
MISS FLORE'iGE MOLINELLI,
will ni cur ut Krutci'n Opf ru Home,
Friday Evening, April I3iii,
In lirr brltllnutly lllii-imlpd pnpalur
n. ?Tj o nr tj
Till trltiuinli ( ilMinntlo nr lonfuro will
bo IbiiHluit il by Mt im In cl nrncler iIitbh
ticiiiitirui, I'liiiuiiiiii.i mm im 'ii M Oiii t from
Koiiii o mi't .1 il I'l, Mm -lie b unit ibo blRiicr
(iriuiiii, il n in" ri'iuimj m I'lnnir
tcttll'cnt 8 o'clock
An Kxrltlni; l'pliioite.
Krom tlieSnlom Htutcsinan.
Last night, about six o'clock, Frank
Gaunt, a youth of 17, in tlio employ of
Gaines llsher. u livervinan. drovo u
single horse and buggy in the mill pond,
near the waterworks, for the purjioso of
washing them oir. Tho horse young I
I bilttlt flnn'il tu II uttlL1uM.il it, ... .t.t.l 111. mi I
about tho middle of tho pond
tho horse liecamu unmauai!eab1u. and
struck out for tho fuither sldo.
Ho iravo three or four lunu'es towards tho
south and "lauded" in the middle of the
channel of Mill creek, where the water Is
live or six feet deep, lleie lie stopped
and sank to tho bottom. The buggy uho
was. in very deon water, but the nluckv t
driver, seelni; the horse was about to
drown, jumped out into tho water, waded I
to his head, and, though In tho water t p
to his own eyes, Kcied the ittiimal'H head
and Held it above tliu surface. Alone Ho
was able to accomplish nothini: hut this.
and tho chances uro that ho would soon
have had to rellnuuish his hold ami allow
tnu norso to drown; but i lurry iuinto,
who saw the accident and tho predica
ment of tho horso and boy, was equal to
the emergency. He throw iisido his coat,
umiHMl Into tlio pond from tlio platform
near tho water works, and partly waded.
partly swum, to tho scene of the accident.
The two managod V) cut the horso Iooko
from tlio buggy and luko him out to tho
shore. Tho buggy was also saved. Tho
accident was an exciting one, and both
Gaunt and Mlnto showed great pluck in
their cllorts to savo tho horse's life. Tliu
water of Mill no ml ut this tlmo of vcar is
mighty cold, uud tho current of tho creek
is treacherous. The horso mid tho Ivoys
aro nono tho worse for their adventuro.
VitXAHD Hot'Mi:. It Thovcnln. linker
City;0 Allarnhart, Wild Horse; Hank
aueimn. uentervlllu: ueo Wilcox, c ni
ton, Mo: WTl'errln, Fostor; LT Wil
cox, Haines; lion ltosensteiu. rortlund:
E F Smith. Pilot Hock: J W Keonov.
City; 11 A Scnro, Seattle; J Curden.Clty:
E J Wilbur. Meachotn: WTlln l.md.
St l)uls: llert Swhn. Kansas: .1
Tliornbiiry, Oregon; Miss Harlem, Suleiii ;
James Fitzgerald, SiKjkano Fall; Henry
iwwmau. lilrcii ureek: 11 W ou . S ock-
Oomikn Itui.K. Iillllo Taylor, Eugene;,
liiiorKtng. i.ontervi io: it t' luits. . u-
nlperj.M OTrlbblo, Echo; O'eo Meade.
Honnncr: II V Mousu and fumlly. MS
Johnson, 0 V Mousa ami wife, St'luiiH;
i nucKiier, l iioi iuxiz; v it nrougiit.
ortland: Win Homelov. Salem: M W
Davis, Eugene: It J Watklns. V. Wover.
Juni)or; A Olcott, l'ilot Hock; O W
Johnson, Vinson; John McDonald, J JU
.Morrison, r ti Hiuitli, Unialia.
isowMAX Hoi st:. A M Keaeliatn. Dan
uameron, Wesley J Herring, A J A I bin
HHHydorund wlfo, Walla Wulla; W
iStcinko, San l-rancisco; I) Van Zandt
Mrs Molinelli. Miss Floienco Moliuelli
Tiicoma; Jacob Ilamer, Kansas; Mrs
Union, city; Alfred Hichmoml, John
Ilanister, Weston; I N Johns, The Dalles,
J Ii Beam, Portland; J II Otto, Cascade
UK'ks; u norland. Wosliougal: 11 il
Lombard X Lombard.
to loan on improved farms
ivjui , kuutiiui iiiiii iiiu icuiuiii: ui ' h ii ii in i urn I'M. mil iiiiiiiiiuiiiinn. mi hit-
elassiu medieval bvmns. aro in lays. Call on or uddrcsH John Lindsay.
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A. O. Welm will hell at nubile auction.
ins Household lurnituro, consisting of l
organ, bedroom hots, 1 lounge, 1 tine
rrencli plate mirror, table ware, and in
fact everything that Is needed in fiirnisl
Tho sale will take place Saturday.
Atiril M, nt one o'clock p. in.. In front of
the court house. Bo sure and come, ov
erylxxly, and wcuro bargains.
ThU Kicnlnc' Manic
Tho Pendleton Hand will discourso tho
following musical program this evening
from the band-stand In tlio court house
II. Andanto and allegro.
5. Concert obligato, for two cornets,
0. Buss Solo.
7. Andanto and waltz.
MA11S1IA LL tO SOAr.,
IJorner M aln anil Water Stn
Pendleton, - - Oregon
All kind of Dlackiimltlilns.Cilone In the
bent and prompt manner. Wagons, UugKle
and backv muilo to order.
liepalrlny a Specialty.
Fartlculat uttentloa to bo o iboeln . mcbl
We are now showlnc all tho litlcst novr
cities In Fine TiiikfMiidu Clothing, suit
ublo for spring unil summer wear. Do
not pay fancy pilees for your Clothing.
Examine our mammoth stock, uud con-
vlni'o vonrcclf tb'it vnn can uavo from
to .$."i,00 on your spting Htilt.
If you want u nobby spring suit, call on
us! Wo fun show you ..ver '100 now
suits tu sel ct fnuii, niuging in pri'-o from
Tell your mother to brine you t our stnro
for u nice Spring Stilt. o have u cum
pleto stock in all the leading styles.
Kuce-pants S..i;; in f tucy f.i.isimoies,
tweeds, tlauiiels, all muib in the latest
Wo carry tho largest liuu of
Which we sell ;.t u vory low figure.
The Leading Clothier & Hatter.
l'lrt-cliiM4 gol only n utiN'k.
(lutu Ixjuklit uiuUolil.
BUYS and SELLS
Cor. Main and WvbbHrrevtu.
I'KNDI.irrON .... OHKOON
The Wood Man,
THE PltJRD MAN,
VKIIItHTHKK . PKN'DI.KTON.
L. DbSENBERY &
A Bare Chance For Gash.
DON'T LET IT PASS!
The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered!
No Such Values Given Elsewhere!
Our Competitors Look Astonished!
Note the prices in Our Departments!
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
f0 picccH solid color drosu goods, at 8e per yd; mild elsewhere l'J'ijC.
50 pieces fancy checks dress goods, at Me wr yd ; sold elsewhere 15e.
50 pieces fancy dress goods, at 15e per yd ; solil eUowhero 'JOe.
'X) pieces ilO-lnch changeable dress good.', ut '.'Oc per vd; wild elsewhere 25c.
l!o pieces ;i()-incli hiolio dress goods, at L'ic jer vd; sold elsewhere :t7'e.
IT) pieces 40-inch nil-wool llrayvllio Sulling, f.Oe per yd ; sold elsewhere 75c.
LAWNS, TWENTY YARDS FGH A DOLLAE.
At.so , I't'i.t. i.ini: or-
Ludiv.1 filths, I Imp IVAlmas,
Thu aliovo compriso all tho latest shades mid designs In Dress floods shown in
isew lork Aiarkets.
domestic d jspa et MiEiisr t
binsdiilo llleaulwd Muslin, 10 vards for fl.Ol).
HillV l'leached Muslin, 11 vaiils for 1.00.
Caliot W, 14 yards for 1.H)".
Cabot A, ll! yards for $1.00.
(iiughams, in large ami small checks, 10, 1l and I I vards for .l.(K).
Cheviot Hliirtlngs, 10 yards for fl.OJ.
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
In this department wo are prepared to satisfy thu most exacting taste.
Our slock embrace's
llraldcd Sets, in alt colors;
llruidi'd l'uticls, in all colors;
Novelty llraids, in all colors;
Wuteied Silks, in all colors;
l'liishes, In all colors;
Satins uud Velvets, in all colors.
Flouncings, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc.
Ladies would do well to examine ourr-but!on length, lou vln Kid (Moves,
stitched back. We have this line in all shades, which we are ollerlug at
per pair; sold everywhere at f 1.70.
Wo would call your esicelul attention to this lino, in which wo are ollerlug special
A lino of ladles' solid color hoso, 10 cents cr pair.
A line of ladles' fancy-striped hoso, 15 cents per pair.
A line of ladles' unbleached llalbrigaus, extra heavy, at -5 cents.
A line of ladles' solid colors ami faucy-str!ed, at L'5 cents,
A lino of same at U7! fonts.
A lino of same at 50 cents.
Xovvlllen In . ami llnlti'lhread Jfime.
Uho a lull Uho o'MIhhch' ami Vhtldrcn'H Jiiwlrrif.
Tn this dopiirtmont wo cannot bo surpassed. Wo carry the largest stock, and will
give you tho Lowost Prioos.
ladles' Oxford 'lies at (1.0J; sold everywhere at tl.'.'.'i.
Indies' Oxford Ties ut if 1.50; sold every wheio ut i'l.ih).
Ladles' Nowjiort Ties ut fl.OO; sold everywhere at JI.'.Ti.
Ladies' Newiwrt 'lies at 1.50: sold everywhere ut k'.OJ.
ljulles' Opera Slippers, HO cents; mild overywhuio at iM.!!5.
Iulles' Opera Slippers, at tl.W, sold everywhere at f
Ladies Ojiera Sllji now, at ij-LuO; sold overywheto at f-iM.
bulios' Ameilcan uld button shoes, $U'.J5; sold everywhere fU.70.
kulles jiobblii goat button shoes, J 1.70, if-'.OO, UVJ5 "and upwards.
In addition to llio above, wo have a e unploto assort inent of Curuco, Kiench, lleng.i-
lin mid (ilovu kid shoeii, uianiifaetmed by the most celebrated Katlem makers.
A eompatihou of these goods for ipiality and price invited,
Wo would call your attention to our now line, of which we are displaying tho larg
est stock, and at prices the lowest. We am ollerlug in tbi.' line :
Men's business suits, $5, $7, !, 10, and upwaids,
Men's dress suits, $1-, 15, f 18, l'0, and upwards.
Hoys' suits, 1(5, $7, and upwards.
Children's suits, VJo, f'1,00, 1.50, fl.(K), and upwards.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Our aim is al wayn to carry tho latest HtyleH in Jliiln, linfifinrar, jVr.--it'rar,
rtr. We have mi extensive variety in each of theMj lines, in fact, inorothun
wo euro to carry, aim tnoy must no min. o liavo n aced a I'cru lino i.rlcu
these goods In order to dispone of them.
Carpots, Oil Cloths, Smyrna Rugs, Wall Papor, oto.
G-EO CERY X);ii;iA.RTM:ElNT.
(Jranuliited sugar, 12 IbH. for 11.00.
(iolilcu O sugar, HI lbs. for fl.OO.
Itlcu, 11 lbs, for 11.00.
('oiree.OU lbs. fl.OO.
Cllinux tobacco, I0e er plug.
Syrtip.No. 1 ipiality, In kegs, if y. 75'.
ltomeiuler we shall do lust us wo adi'erllsii. Kviirv :ii-il,.. vnn .nr..il,iu Imm
our Htoro you will find to conospond with prices advorllHt,
L. DUSENBERY & CO,
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The Pendleton Roller Mills, i
I (Cajmclty fiW) burreU per day,)
iW S. BYERS & CO., Proprietors,
Jlunufucturer. nt flrulmm, urmiuluted uuJ
Van l'rirn I'ulit for All
KIuiIm of Urulu.
Flout, meul,chop feed, etc,, nNwayn on lian
The Track Man
Tho Transfer Man,
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K. O I'uli. Co., I'MiiilleUiu, OrnKou