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For one week.
0 ptir of iinv kid gloves, worth $1.50 to $1.75, to close at
:00 pair regular $1.25 to go at
100 pair small sizes to sell at
Miss Maggie Petal, of the glove department,
will fit all gloves at the counter.
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co,
MONDAY. APRIL l, hmh.
im DURHAM CATTLE
r creek Stockmen Viilt Mlfiourl
tor That Puppoie.
in. Aiiril I. .Iohk Moore ami A.
bOOMOU. cattlmnnii of HutUir i-reek,
i ., !:. Wiulnemlay, the 27tli, for
uuri. Tlmir minHioii io tlu iur-
nt a carload nf tborotubbrad
. . i a .. a t . i . i. :..
Hill fllllle Air. BOOH UUIKI'M voir.
to Minoorli li in lionnt, llM UrHt
: I t,
II IllllUe Nllll'e III' mil mere nnrii
19 yearn old. I hey will tie away
ine. Np!kc na returiiHii name
hi! himiiiPHH trip t OblOngO Md
York. Hi- Iiiin Inmiii in tin- Kant
hint Ortohtir mill lino Heen in ut'li
h Newport, of St. run I. Iiuh lately
i'l in BOBO. Sir. Newport, linr
r. wan inmri'Mtfil in tln work on
I) K. i N. 'h line nliove Keho
winter, mill now ih ronteinplatitiK
Bin. in the country.
He Rogen Iiuh returned i
Ipaje, 1 1 art hr wriit u (an
HliH U hoping to improve bu
l. lli IK llliirn neuer, nun,
ho in cotiHUlerulilv wearied from
iik trip home, it in expected that
Ih- all nlil in a lew ilayH.
Vrliuutoli hotel in now open and
in.' under the Htnnngoment ol Wil-
aiul licit mi"' . Mr. 1 1 1 iiiiii
ltd vearH of experience in the
bllofnOOO, and w il I without duulil ,
irv I'lioimiH and wtle.ol I'mtland,
uk i lie a Hluirl villi on liutter
with 0, Pi TbOflMM and t'auiilv.
,1 . Davll mid familv have moved
rth Yakima to make their home
le tutiire. mi I'aviH wu gage
mi-1 ne ol liroom corn, ami tlie
facture of hroouip
ii Ifiteboll came down Sun-
ie L'.'ith, I rom Kit.ville, Wa-li.,
it with It. V. Ml'CiiIIoukIi on the
ThoniHon made delivery on the
)t hi head of heef cattle, miller
t'tf made earlier in tin hiuiiwii.
Shoemaker, of I'eiidletoii, Ran
a leu dayi in the vicinity work
Kmir.int'i . Mr I leinlerHon
1 111 lit .
rleN Tavlor Iiuh returned home
Imimc City, where he went (or
al treatment. He m much iui-
C Irthhle ih HoruiUMly ill at
ome with 1 ii hi; tmuMc, an alao
Henrv Tavlor. Or. Smith,
idletun, attended l .it. on Friday.
I0P SCOTT'S MBW PRINCIPAL.
jjHLiiii Military Academy to Bo Under
Arthur Now in
The I'nrtiand dragoman nnouncen
Artiuii Cotton Newill, principal
if Ibf New ill arailoiuv, l liulle, han
MB i. 'pointed to act an principal of
Bnli'ii' Scott acadeni) for the ell
niM nchonl year.
J. W. Hill, who Iiuh lieen at the
We sell Alarm Clocks
la day Striking and Alarm
Clocks, guaranteed, lur
V will convince you we
kie the lowest on clocks.
ill we ask is a visit iron)
Lweler and Optician..,
' door to Alexander & Hexter'a
head of the academy a. leanee and
prmrtpal for 'Jit yearn, han ilecideil to
open an independent mil itarj Modemy.
Mr. Newill, the Mt jirincipal, was
in Portland conferring with the
trusteen and will take hp hin pernuin
iint renidence there and begin work of
morgan ir.ihK the nchool nbottt July 1.
The onnoanootnenl ii oleo mode by the
hoard ol trunteen tliut in the future the
Hchool will he run Htrictly hh a ehureh
nchool, under the pernonal oporvlolon
of the hoard of trUHti'on elected at the
annual Kpincnpal convention.
Mr. Newill wan horn in India and
educated in BlDdoll'l nchool. Tiwi-
ton. Dovonohlre, Bog I fend He won a
cliiHHical Hcholarnhip at Maliol OOlloge,
Oxford, and took Hrst clann honor in
the Hpecial I iliTurs examination ui
Cambridge onleerott. in 1888 be mum
to the I niteii Staten an the tutor of
the children of an BnglilbmOfl living
in Montana. He held the ponitinn an
principal of the Kntte High nchool for
five yearn, mid wan for three yearn
principal of the nchool of the (.nod
Shepherd , Kpincnpal . of Ogden, I tali.
He wan headnuiHter of the Ogden
military academy for three yea-n,
ninre IHtl.'! he heen principal of the
Newill academv in llutte. He holdn a
life dipioma of the Htute hoard of edu
cation in Montana, and a lifeline an an
1 1 - 'tnt' instructor. He wan for two
vearn editor of the ntate educational
journal, the Montana Kdncator, Mid il
at preaent editor of the d iocenmi church
paper, the Montana Churchman. He
ih familiar with H'hool afhiirn mid
mauagemeiii , mid unnouiiccH hil iiiten
tion of opening the nchool next fall
with a thoroughly capahle faculty. (
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Willi hmal tMillof lloni. ai they catumi reach
l lir hi'mi nl tlic iIIm'hm' i iilnrrli l h III I M
i . ilnillltili.ill.il .I1-.11-. ami In nriler In cure It
vim i.i.i -' lake IiiIitiihI ri'ini'illi'" IImII'-I h
iarrh Can . mki'ii line rimlly Mini aoli dlreotl)
on the iiiiinii Hini nun me lurfaoei. Unlive
Urrli l ure i- lint n iiinu k i llolne, Ii m pw
mtIIkmI by ime ol the twit phyaiclauii In thin
rniinlrv lor yearn, ami ln i.'uiiliir i.n riiii.n
It w eoeapoaad of Mm beel loam known, oow
lillieil with the bum lilmnl purlDerl, nellliK
lirci'tly on the nuicoun mirlai'i'n. The perfecl
..null.. i of the iwn I In.' I i.l I. II I- I- wlnil
prodUOM iUCll wimilerlul remilln In riirliiK i n
im : I. Ht'inl lor teallinniilul.. Irec.
K i i'IIKXKV A CO., Prop., Toudo. O.
Kohl by ilriiKKI"'. price 7IW'.
Mull. KinlT l'ill nr.- the bcl
Notice in herehy given tlia. for the
pur pone of making an examination of
all pernonn who may offer themnelven
an MO did I UM for teachern of the
aehoola of thin county, I will bold a
public examination at the court limine
in Pendleton, commencing April 10
at i o'clock a. m
The following program will be fol
lowed: Firat, second and third grade certi
ficate, Wednenday 1'eiiiiiaunhip, bit
ton', orthography, reading. Thumua
Written aritliinetic. tlieory of teaching
grammar. Mhool law. Pfldy OWO"
graphv. BMOtal arithmetu , phvniology,
I'rimary OWtifloatoi - Wed Mad J
Pannuuunip, orthography, raadiag.
Thureday Art of iuentioning, theory M
J, f NOWLIN,
Siln ol Snpi. I'matilla county.
A Raging. Roaring Flood.
KaWMtl down a I legraph line which
Chan 0 I Hi-, of l.iabon, la., had 1 1 to
repuir. "Miuiding waint deep in icy
water," be ritea, "gave me a terrible
mid aad cough. It grew worae daily.
Finally Lbi lMit ilootora in Oakland.
Neh.,8iuix Oit awl Onwhl aid I
had OOatttaiuilon and could not live.
Then I begin. Mil g lf King'a New
Hiacoviry nd an wholly cured by
six buttles " Hoeltivclv gn iranteeil
lor coughs, coble iud u i un it and
lung troblilus by fall uat. e. i . Fruv
Wan; tfo .r I n Is,
1 want your grocery nude and I can
give you the POOH I 01 my imj hik
Targe lots lor CMh . My ntock im lude.
all the lieat hrandn of staple and taucy
groceries. The bakery department
can't be beaten. Would like to have
vmi call and get my BfflOM btloie JfOU
"place vour spring order.
n. .iiiinii'i i mru
City Bakery A Grocery.
It Will Do Vou Oood.
A hlood purifier ami tiSMM builder in
Karl's Clover Koot Tea. BOM for half
a ceiiturv on our guurantee. Money
refunded' if results are not satisfactory.
Pric 26 et. and 50 cU. Tallman &
'razor Opera House
I0NDAY MIGHT APRIL 1, 1901.
VOU ARE INVITED
io the mimical lan e comedy
By a company ol clever in;ule
IT HI'Kt 1AI.T1KS
Keen cl SeaU at Tallmau' I'H'I 'ori'
I'Hll'gB- '. 40c. l
ATHENA TWICE THE VICTOR
WON SAT JRDAT S GAM8 IN SCORE OF
B TO 4.
Ball Oame Against Whitman Was Bx
cltlng and the Attondanee
Athena, April 1. The second game
between Whitman college Bm 1 Ath ens
which was won by Athena 5 to 4,
proved to be a hair-raining content
Irom the first pitched hall until the
last man wan out in the ninth inning.
The score favored the home team at
the end, ft to 4, hut Whitman led up
to the eighth inning, having gained
one run in the second and Athena fail
ing to tin brace the home plate until
the eighth, when (i. Hrown tm.k first
hy being hit with a pitched hall, stole
nncoiid and third mid scored on a panned
With the score a tie. the ninth began
with prospect of an extra inning
game. Bol a light rain began to fall at
this time, and both pitchers were
handicapped. It had been a pitcher's
battle up to this time, K. Brown and
E. Brown opposing each other in the
box, and honors were even up to the
ninth, errors hy the infield giving
Whitman their one run.
The ninth liegan in a drizzle of rain
mid a deluge of excitement among the
paotatofii launder, reached tirst on
an error, went to third while Vaughn
was making out. and scored on a
single hy Francis. P, Brown was hit
by a pitched ball mid Willard singled.
With the bases full, Whitman's pitcher
forced in a run hv hitting Hell, and
It. Brown s.'ored J. Itrown and Wil
lard on a two-base hit. With the score
5 to 1 in favor of them, Whitman went
to bat, Kyan started out with a two
base hit, but was caught off second by
Haundern, who smoothly slipped tiie
hall up his sleeve and caught Whit
man's lively little catcher napping.
A combination of errors and hits bil
lowed, Whitman scoring three runs, C.
Baaefbaefa going out in the meantime
in a play by K. Brown and Saunders.
With two out and one run needed to
tie the score. H. Tash, the runner on
first, was caught between first and
second by a neat throw by I'enlnnd to
Saunders, and the game was won and
Athena proudly bore the palm of vic
tory the second t ime.
Big Crowd la Attendance.
No better or more exciting game
wan ever seen on the home ground, or
in this vicinity, if the rum had held
hack for L'l) minutes more, the score
would have heen 2 to 1 in favor of
Athena. The crowd was increased hy
three times the number represented
the day before, Walla Walla being on
hand with a special car full of
"rooters," and the noise and excite
ment among the oppnnlllg friends of
each team were nerve nu king.
U. Brown, in the box for Athena,
struck out eight men and fielded iiin
position perfectly. His work, that of
l'enlaiid la-hind the hut, and Saumler'n
splendid pariofinanoi at MOOnd. were
tlie features of the iihiying hy the
home team Ko int,-. lell and I rands
did good work for Athena in the out
field, while the infield reversed the
order of tlie dav before, and mnde ill I
the errors. Whitman plaved much
better hull in the second game, the
Athena hatters driving the Iml I straight
at their infieldern, and went out hv
throws-to firsi in almost every in
stance, hut three strike-outs lajing
scored against them.
The two games were auspicious
oiieiiers ol 1 he season, mt Alheiia in
proud of winning two gmnen frmn the
two years' college chumpions of the
Northwest. Whitman, though disap
pointed in the outcome, took their de
feats with gooil will and expressed
their appreciation of the treatment
afforded them here.
The line up was as follows: Whit
man Kvun, o.J Brown i p.; A. Hauer
bach, lb; Lewis, Sb; Bade, Mi;
ivignhy, as. ; Tash, If. C. Hauerbach,
cf ; Kiuger, rf.
Athena l'enlaiid, c. ; H Brown,
p.; Vaughn.ih, Baundere, tb;Wlllard(
lib ; ti. Brown ss. : Dell, If. koohtft
cf. ; Francis, rf.
BOON by innings :
I g g I
Whitman 0 10 0
Alhcna u 0 ii 0
Two base hits, K. Brown
A 6 7 s y
0 11 0 0
0 0 0 1 4
stolen buses, Athena 7, Whitinuu K ;
bases on halls, Atheiiu H, Whitman. ' ;
hit t pitched bail, Athena I, Whit
man I . tiuie of game, two hours.
Umpire. Koss Brattuu, of Whitman
Seeond Nlnei Play on Sunday.
A hall game took place on lower
Alta street grounds Sunday afternoon
between two local teaun , their object
being to choose a 1'oiidletou second
nine and also for practice, (ireat in
terest was shown, foi the boys turned
out in force. A number of npectatom
were present. (In account of u feeling
of rivalry as to who was the
greatest base-ball player west of the
Kocky mountains, they chose sides,
nauieiv the Burn-yard-liaehers and
the Nine Buckets of Blood. The game
wus very Melting from start to finish,
mid each plaver tried to tell what be
knew of the national game The Buru-yard-t
a tee be re came off victorious
with the score of lit) to h.
Dull headache, palai
jHirts of the body, sinking at the net of
the stoinucli, loss of apN'tilc. fever
lahnaea. pimples or sores are all pool
live evroenees ol impure blood, ivo
matter how it became so, it must be
purified in order to obtain gisxl health.
Acker's Blood lilixir lias never failed
to cure serotinous or syphilitic poiOOM
or any other hlood diseases. It is cer
tainly a wonderful remedy, and we sell
even Inittle on a Ihm.II 1 V c guarantee.
For sale hy Brock iV McCoiuas.
T0N1UHT "MALONg Y'S WtUUIM.
The Public Will Be Welcome at the
"Maloney's Wedding" comes to the
F'rater tonight, and promises plenty o
fun for all ticket holders. As an evi
dence of the receptions accorded the
piece iu Coast towns, tiie Tac.oiuu
Ledger says :
"The Lyceum theater was filled to
Overflowing last night with guests at
Maloney's Wedding. Many were turned
away fiom the doors, having failed to
provide themselves with wedding gar
ments, or, to be more accurate, witli
res.-i vi-. I seats. The play was of the
usual rarcial type, and abounded in
comical situations. A pleasing feature
was the singing of the New Horn
King' in the second act, rendered hy
Miss Helen Jewell. Montgomery aim
Farrell'e specialty was clever and up-to-date,
assisted hy a friend of all 'Do
Do.' The company was above the
average In ahil ity ,ani the performance
was u distinct success, being entirely
free from any doubtful scones or
ipeeohoo. ' '
Sully In "Parish Priest."
The very oelebrated comedian, Dan
Sully, will appear at the Fraaer ou
ci...r..i:.v- of this week iu "A Parish
Print " It will be a star attraction
f the Hoasou. "The Parish Priest,
k.w iimne! L. Hart, is a uew Auieri-
cau domestic drama. Both ureas
HART, CHAFmlR A MARg
In Selecting a
DON'T lot cheapness guidfl yQU
altogether. You must consider
QUALITY if yOU expect SATIS
FACTION. Without it dig
appointment is hound to follow.
This spring we have gathered for
inspection an assortment of suits
that are perfection in their tailor
made stylishness. 1' R I G E S
MA0JT, af M l t a, iv a. nart
When we add that
The button don't come
The lining don't rip.
They hold their shape,
They fit better than
ordinary custom clothes.
MART, ICMAFrniH A MARA
you have our
guarantee to make
oo' MWT 'too.
MART, fU-MAVrNtn A MAHX
The Peoples Warehouse The Peoples Warehouse
public declare it to he the sweetest,
most wholesome and del ightful comedv
drama of recent years, one critic on
the Boston Transcript saying "It is a
far la'tter play than 'The Old Home
stead.' " The story itself is simple
iiinl natural, and in it there are no
crimes to unmask, no scheming vil
lains to restrain and no tragedies to
face. From first to last it is a play of
humanity. There is not a line, not
an action which does not portray some
real life. There are onlv real men
and women for characters, living and
talking as naturally as possible, loving
strongly and truly, exhibiting weak
nesses which are human, and confess
ing their weakness humanly. In the
character of lather Wahlcn, Daniel
Hart, the author, has drawn a man
who lives unci moves as other men,
who in his vocation us priest ministers
to souls, hut does not forget to minister
to the body i
In all stages of nasal catarrh there
should be cleanliness. As ezierience
proves, Kly's Cream Halm il a
cleuiiser. soother and healer.of the 'I s
eased melnliruiie, It Is not .Irving nor
irritating, and does not tin since sneer.
iug. Price 10 cents at druggists or it
will be moiled hy Kly llrothere, 5(1
Warren street .New York. I pon lieing
platted into tlie nostrils is spreads over
the membrane and relief is imme
diate. It is an agreeable cure.
arrival! at Huiei Pendleton.
P-S McMahon and wife.
J c Mnekinnon Groat Koftbara.
J T Tucker, San Francisco.
J L Klem, Milton.
w K Qleera inning.
K K Cleaver and wife.
W W Smith.
Dr W W Watkins, Moscow.
C V Delcpihc, M D
D Shults, lpokaue.
.1 Millivan, Spokane.
W it Kllii, Heiipuer.
Maude iiruiill, Portland.
.1 C Lonergaii, Tacoma.
tt W Hurris, Huston.
A Ny lander, New York.
A Sinshetiner, Portland.
J M Church, I. a liraude.
Mrs Lena Hlume
I L Rogers, 8M.kane.
W A Teutsch, San I rancieco.
R Maish, salt Lake.
p Qraat, La Qrando.
II Donley, La (iraude.
I. K Trent. Portland.
H H (fist. Baa Francieco.
K I Honor. Medford.
a uuoc fbiagi
Uur great-grand mothers' garrets
coulaiueil tlie same herbs of all heal
ing found in Karl's Clover Koot Tea. ,
They gave our ancestors strength, kept
the blood pure, and will do the same
for you if you say so. Price 26 cte
and 50 cts. Tallmau A Co. , leading
One hundred grain cargoes have
cleared from Portland during the
wheat season just eudmg.
TOOK THE WATER SYSTEM
Commission Formally Obtain Ponei
lion Today Brown Will Collect.
The water commission today took
forma! possession of the system,
under the law, and henceforth the
affairs of that department of the city
government will he attemhx! to wholly
by them, .lames Hrown, who has
been superintendent since the Is'gin
ning of Mayor Vincent 'a administra
tion)) will continue in that olliiv, at
tending also to the collections. the
impression lias been received l many
lie 111 the town i hat t. II. I loplon
attend to the collections. He
was elected clerk of the commission,
hut he will not have any duties As
clerk excepting to keep minutes of
the official acts of tin mmissn.ii.
Mr. Hrown will devote all his time to
the work of siiperintendency and col
lection of the monthly rents.
A (suit all the meters that were or
tiered have heen Isuight by consumers,
but more hi.e been sent for and will
1 0000 arrive, la soon as the meters
'are received, patrons will Im required
to put them in. The law requires
the meters go in at once, and the coni-
miaaioo willeipect patrons to do so so
soon us possible.
Look at Your face.
And see if it is retfeeting health or
disease Karl's Clover Root Tea
Is'autitiee the face and complexion, and
assures s.rfect health All druggists
'.'n cents and M) cents Money refunded
if results are not satisfactory. Tallmau
Arthur Cotton Newill. of Butte,
Mont., ha been appointed principal ol
Blobop Aoott academy in I'ortland. He
lias been principal of Newill academy
Do Not Trifle
with danger and remember
every cough or cold mean
will cure your cough or cold
at once. It will heal and
strengthen your lungs. It in
a safeguard for you always.
Take it at the first indication
of a cough or cold.
A -- uilu1 In kmal suxsfl
lube tolda Uwo Uid vrod moUeV I
tiled Shi lob eVAgf it caini MM eM Ottfi. AM
cLavd U oMd ui lomtimoay.
FIKKKK OfjSHlHG, w
lUtitt St. Marfe'R Ctnucti, LaRoy, N. V.
ehllub'a OuaaueapUon Osu-a U e14 hr BsU
.i uc. ma. ai.ee boteu. a
Bi i i.l c.i guarantee euaa wl
r you uut aeWsOee I
auJ gal tu luuuaj Iwok.
Willi lor lUiutiaMd ha
f.o aeUu l 'X'MlliuAUi 4k w
WU. Cev, LaiUy . M V
To al I sufferers of whatever weakness
or debility, rheumatism, lame heck,
' etc., I offer my '
l isiii one or tAo months absolute free
trial, without one cent being paid iu
advance or dejsjsited iu any manner
Ail 1 ask is that the nueiver deu
honestly with me, as 1 will by him
Kend for my latest book of informu
llggji just publisheil, giving all iu
foruiution regarding ion invention and
free trial system.
DK. A. Ti SANDBN,
Dept. A. Huaael Block,
I'OMHAM). - 0RB00M
SAY, DO YE KNOW
That he is thrice armed who hati
his cause just and four times he win
gets h's blow in fust'.'
That the oldest piece of furniture
in the Morld is the multiplication
I That that tired feeling and Kline's
Tonic Port are enemies.
That there is a difference between
. a weak old lady and a week old baby '
That a weak old ladv needs some of
. Kline 'a Tonic Port wine and a week
, old baby doee not'.'
That iu former days if a girl did not
want a fellow she said no and went
on with her knitting hut now she says
; nit and goes on with her knowing?
That the beet life-preeerver is
Kline's 1 oaiO Port'.''
That a porcupine can make a fellow
feel awfully etuckup?
I hat vou can secure Kline e Ionic
Port at the (ileu Kllen Wine vaults on
Court street near Johnson V
That the only crowd a Hutchiuau
won't keep out of il noun-rout .'
That you and vour wife should en-
J'ojf and be benefited by Kline's Tonic
That some people uee the feminine
pronoun she iu reference to a mail
gflnfll wln was
NEED NEW HAT?
Fow mtn don't,
tn shape you've seen on
If carefulness in I
it's in hat buying.
other shape, we have tlx
we've every desirable new
ook so well on vou as some
' nine lnre
and try all the OOlTBCl Iml
t0 Mud the one hest siiittd to 'uii W !i ii
all the snapei In stetson qualities, and If
.nii the same shape in .1 luss
quality, they're here.
you re sure
$1.00 to $4.50 Each
lil. llallicr. Iiin prienrtUDn i.Ia(.iii..h Komi, ii el. al. 'in. win i"l kly run. y u ulafl
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f 1 irunl.'i. i-lyi 1 re,. I mn 1 1. tin 1 . .1 f $ i
bjr mall, s I for ruin Irnilar i"l 1. Allium if. a
Aatlrnai lllllll, Sk M it,., ,
Foil N A I.K II TAIaIaMAN .ken
u. Uoa am. Maui Kraji. k.AAi al.
Kilt ItMINTe i'vni 1 liiv miittiiiv
W. D. HANSFORD&CO.
healers in HARDWARE, STOVES, DABBED
WIRE, SHELF HARDWARE, PUMPS and
PIPE. : PLUMBING A SPECIALTY,
f0i Main Street, Pendleton. Oregon
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make kmh hreatl 000 ByOVO1 Bool I lour It took Ural
poaiaian at iho (Uhlonojo worM'i 1 nr ovarallaooaill
tion, and jglvno omolloal eat le feet loo wnanfat ooodi
Kvery aael IH gliar:lUtl. We have I Im U'Nl Me.un
Kolleil Hiu ley, Semi live ami Ite.inl lent. Iliirlev.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
w. s. BYERS, Proprietor.
mi on Pacific
iiitaii Time Schedule eOOIfO
rua from Pendleton. raoa
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Ocean and Kiver Schedule.
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a .UUi. ui. jiiiil Ui i hauae.
For aau Prauelavo i p. a.
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fat i hi IT0g". Sit fjgali Ii lajuia, Keu
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All Points tast and South
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10 p. m.
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and Way Landing
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and Bat. and Wey-Leudluaa. J end Prl.
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M Alia. Waali.
Oregon Lumber Yard
l or bamg and Jwelliuge.
( 'liuepei tiiau tiu.
I lIlllli. 1 ,
liuiidillBt I'iiikti ,
l ur Paper.
I i in ttlid viucul.
lirick aod Sand,
Screen Uuora it H'iudown,
Sash and Doom,
Terra Cotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop't
Alu Hi , opp. Court Uouoa.