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MONDAY. 8EPTKMBER 16. 1H01.
When you buy shoes
for school buy some
thing that will give
and that don't make
the boy's foot look
like a ham We claim
that the shoes that
we are showing for
fall will wear and
look well and are as
well made as our
Practical Boot and Hho Men
Jh A. Howard. Farm loam.
Arotna coffee, beat on the market, at
Haw ley Bros.
Hcotch oats and all kinds of much at
Vegetables of all kinds, nice fruitM.
at K. Martin'a.
$1 shirt waists, now 49c. Cleaver
Broa. Dry Qooda Co.
Nicest eastern hanin and bacon in
the city at K. Martin's
swift's premium hams and breakfast
bacon at Hawley Broa.
Lata Crawford peaches, tine for can
ning, at Hawley Broa.
Beat school hoee ever sold, 2i)0 p.iir.
Cleaver Brother Dry Goods Co.
School handkerchiefs, l( at
Clearer Brothers Dry Uoods Co.
Vint claas wheat pasture for cattle
and horses. Inquire of Peter Weat.
Martin has two delivery wagons and
your goods are delivered promptlv.
For bouse moving see Geo. El m
leave orders at Newman's Cigar Stnr.
Two furnished rooms torrent un
able for light housekeeping. 117 Am
House and lot for sale, corner l.il
lith and Kail road streets, Impure ol
For first claas rigs or a cab at any
hoar telephone Depot stables, Klvm
If you want to see a nice line of wall
paper and borders go see C. C. tiharp,
Housekeeper wanted. Covered wa
gon and two horses for sale, laqnira
at K. Martin 'a.
R. Martin is up to date in tio
oary business. If there is anything
you want in his line that he han'' n.
stock he will get it.
For sale A law library of about "0t
volumes and law office fixtures, at a
low priee. Address Mrs. M. L. Da
Faatt, Athena, Oregon.
boat Uold watch chain win ,
tone, engraved with the name of j
M. Bentley. Keward for return of
same to East Oregon ian office.
W. R. Withe is agent for tin- !
meatic and Davia sewing machines. A
fall line of supplies. Repairing a spe
cialty. All work guaranteed.
"Tax" Langever baa bought the
"airship" from Hamburger Frank and
a prepared to serve any kind of aaul
wiches ou short notice. He will make
a pacialty of Monday lunches.
More people called for home cookiiu
at the Woman's hxebange Satur. ,t.
than coald be supplied. tiuud cooks
and people who like good cooking
should investigate. Home made bread
and pastries on Wednesdays and Satur
At bad time I take a pleasant
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion ia better. 1
doctor aays it acta gently on Um
stomach, liver and kidneys, and is a
plaaaant laxative. It is made ffM
herbs, and is prepared as easily as
tea. It is called Lane's Medium.
Lane's Family Medicine moves lb
bowels each day. Priee 28c and 50c.
For aala by Tainan A Co.. sole agents.
Wanted A tfirl to work at the White
A hoy baby was horn thi morning to
Mr. Slid .lira. Arthur Heirmrt.
A girl baby wan horn Saturday morn
inn to .Mr. and Mrs. J. N Nutate.
Pen no I milt at discount ol in per
cent during thin week. Cleaver
Brothers Dry QoMM DO,
For sale Stock ranch and cattle
Two corner lots two Mocks weat of
Main atreet bridge. K. T. Wade.
Nolte can tell von nil about it; he
has Sch 1 1 tx .Milwaukee beer on
draught. It is always nice and cool
Lota '2 and .1 in block 140, Reserve
addition above ft. .loseph's academy
or sale cheap. Inquire ol I'oter Weat
The Degree of Honor. A. O. II. W.,
have moved from the Hendryx hall
on Main street, to the Secret Society
hall in the LaDiw block, on Court
The public school opened this morn
ing with an attendance of .110, of wind
5V are old pupils ami C are new. At
tendance will stead ilv increase until
For the week ending September 14,
the weather report shows the maxi
mum temperature to have heen on
last Tuesday. The minimum war :ty
on last Monday.
Chief of rolice Meathtmiii .inn. uur-
es that beginning tonight, tin- curfew
fell will ring at N o'clock mid that all
children under IN vears of age must In
off the streets after that hour.
A never tailing cure for cuts, burns.
scald-, ulcer-, ami core- i- DeW itt
Witch lla.el Salve. A most toothing
and healing r ih lor ah - K fit af
set ions . Accept only the genuine
Tallman A Co.
John Howerv, 'a well kno-an house
painter of I. a drande tried to commit
aioida Thursday evening by drinking
carbolic acid winch he nad poured inti
a glas- ot oeer. tie was drinking in
the rear of a saloon, hut wa- tax) hadl
intoxicated to carry out ln ip'-ogn-withont
being discovered. The glass
was taken troni him when he ha
drunk only a mall amount. A quar
rel which led to a separation from his
wife is the cause of his breakdown.
Ufi run i c nasal calami poi everv
hreath that is drawn into tin lungs.
There i- procuranle Ir-nn anv druggut
llie remedv lor the cure oi thistronhb
A small quantity of Bly'l Cream Ham
placed into the nostrils spreads over an
inllamed ami angry surface, relieving
immediately the (.until inilainmatiou
cleanes. lieai and cures a coul in
the head vanishes immediately. Sold
hv druggists or will be tniine,! (or At)
cents In Ely Brothers. .V. Warren
street. New York.
UKISl FHOH THh CIIUH1
Slbls H v. Lontsifsd Korssrt. are
The t' hov, 1 'rank s tie ami Ira
Sibley, who are charged with forging
a check (nrfl.'iO. are in the county jail,
awaiting the action of the circuit
court. The younger boy was the first
one caught ami con f esse. I that lie had
tried to pass the check on the Havings
bank ami alio that the forgery had
Keen iierlornied hv his coiiiin, Frank.
The latter was found hv Deputy J. A.
Blakley without difficulty and
brought lien on Saturday af terno.iii.
. He als.. confessed in-- -hare in the
transaction Both boys waived exami
nation and were DUMad under f'.'.VI
bonds. They are still in jail.
Deputy Sheriff Coiigddli arrived Here
. this moriinig with James Clark charg
i eil with having stolen a coat and vest
and several toils' article from Mr.
Cuugdon s hotel at Cmatilla When
taken liefore Justice Fitigerald, he
waived examination and was placed
under ; bona.
- -- - - -ss-s--
PRICb BOUND OVKK.
Kor Attempting to Aitault Conrad Plat
xoedsr With a Knits.
Sheriff Blaklev went to Cmatilla
iat Satur lav to look for toe men con-
oerned in Um rohherv at OoU springs
landing. He had not been in Umatil
la long when lie came across H. S.
1'nce who was wanted here for attemp
ted assault on Conrad 1'lsu. . l.-r. He
gave up ins learcii to.- the robbery ma
lieots and returned P. Pendleton with
Price, who was examine.: tin- after
noon liefore Justice Fitu ierald.
The story ot the trouble between
Platsoeder and I'rice came out in the
examination tin-an. tii m, i mms
that the row started with nine ou
pleasant worus at the slaughter house
on Friday afternoon Words soon
changed t blow - and then I'rice drew
his knife and chased Mr. I'laUoeder
dearly into town . W. Kigiiy was a
witness to tin- att.iir and corroborated
I'latkoeder's stor in every particular
Price wa- h uml over to the circuit
court under i-ou B0Wss
All ready for
First Day of 5chool
We have all our books for both
Public Schools and acadeinv and
will exchange new hooks for oid
ones at half price. Corny. u I
boxes, rulers and blotters K'-i
away with purchases.
TALLMAN & GO.
Distributors for Umatilla County.
haven Ysari In Bad.
"Will wonder ever cease'.'" inquire
the Iriends of Mr. L. I'eaae of Law
rence, ban. They knew the, bad bean
tillable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration ami general debili
ty; but, "Three bottles of K led no
Bitters enabled me to walk,' aha
writes, "ami in three months I felt
like a new person." Women ottering
from headache, backache, nervous
us, sleeplessness, melancholy, taint
ing and and di. -pel,- u hud It a
priceless blessing. Try it. satisfac
tion ia guaranteed Only 60c. Tall
man a Co.
Tuksti to Buftslo.
Tomorrow .Tuesday. September 17, the
0, K. & N. Co. will sell tickets to
buffalo ami return at 7 good to days,
et of Chicago. Ciioice of routes go
ing or coming.
Norris bilver, North stratiord.X. II.:
"1 purchased a Pottle of due .Minute
loiign v ore wuen aiineruig Willi a
cougii I i tors toid me was incurable.
One bottle relieved me. the second
ami third almost cured. Today I am a
well man." Tallman 4 Co.
Spokane and Bsiurn, B8.50.
The O. K. A S. Co. will sell to Spo
kau ami return at the above rule BwD"
lember IS and Jo ami tiiese dates only.
Tickets good until September '.
Don't wait till you become chronical
ly constipated but take DeWitt'a Little
harly Kisers now and then. They will
keep your liver and bowels in good or
der. hay lo lake, bate pills. Tall-
man A Co.
Mrs. Matt Mosgrove went to Milton
Dr. J, It. sponagie of Athena was in
town on hnnday and today.
F. Y. Hchuck ami wife left this
morning for New Mexico, where they
will spend the winter.
Miss Jessie Hartman left thin morn
ing lor Portland to continue her stud
ies at St. Helen's hall.
James K. Thompson, a native of
Kngland, has taken ttie oath of inten
tion to Heroine a citisen of the Cnited
Mra. H. B. Hall, wife of the county
deputy clerk, went to Weston this
morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Hil
dreth. Rev. W. K. 1'otwinewill go to Port
land soon to officiate at the wedding of
Miss Valla Hayes, daughter ol Ku
Hayes, who lived here several years
Mrs. N. K. Degpain and daughters
Kleauor ami Constance will live at The
Hill in Portland during the winter,
the voting ia. ne- attending St. Helen's
Mrs. T. C. Salt of Arcadia, Win.,
was at the Hotel I'endlelon on Satur
day, en route to Milton, where her
boaband is principal ot the public
Mrs. Mary A. Disosway who bap
been verv ill in Portland for manv
weeks is very much better, according
to information coming Irom the Kast
Uregoinan's Portland correspondent
Douglas Belts was in town today, en
route to Heppuer, where he wi pre
side over the del iberat ions of the Ore
gon Wool orowers association, which
convenes tomorrow in annual session.
Miss Minnie h. Rose has returned
from a short visit in Walla Walla.
in- will uring from mere next week
her two sisters who will enter St. Jo
seph's academy as pupils during the
I. P. McManns of the Stock Journal .
J. K. Smith, A. C. Hemphill, Chas.
Cunningham of PeudlHtou, ami T. A.
Us,. oi .Sdw I'ork. left this morning
ior Heppuer, to attend the woolgrow-
R. Alexander and daughter, at 1m
Bartht, went to fortiaml Saturday
night, to visit Mrs. Alexander and
.-on. Inn, who is receiving medaai
treatment ai the Portland hosnital.
Mr. Alexander will return tomorrow
Mrs. Itohert Ballentiue who was ill
ii. Portland ha- almost entirely re
i overed and comes to Meachaui in a few
ila.s to spend a week a- a izu. -t .
draiidma Muura. Mrs Balieuline will
later visit, here for a week as a guest
if .Mrs. Jesse Falling.
labile Kills, the 10 year old son of
lodge W. R. I. His, was taken ill last
fnursdav ii'ght with a severe case ol
a 1 1 pei. d i. 1 1 1 - He has grown stead
ily worse ami last night Judge
and .firs. Kills went with him to Port
land, where he will undergo an opera
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hendricks todav
removed Irom their apartments at the
Hotel Pendleton at their new home 00
west Court street, between Auru and
Cosbie. Thev were married at I'nion.
we,, ag. umlav evening. Mri.
Hendricks wa- Miss Martha J. Sween
ey ot salt Lake City, a native of Ken
tucky and fur a number of vears a res
ident of Mississippi.
Dr. Alfred L. Beatie leit last night
lor Oregon City to continue the prac
tice of dentistry in partnership with
his brother, Dr. R. II. Beatie. He
graduated from the University of Mich
igan dental department in 181)6 ami
immediately afterwards came to Pen-
lletoii, where he has since carried una
successful practice. Dr. Beatie's suc
cessor is Hr. M. B. Meixler who has
been practicing for three years at Hep
puer. He i- a graduate oi Kansas Citv
lental college and is considered a first
Lieut. h s. Farrow will lie in bak
er City ou Tuesday or Wednesday, ar
riving irom New Vork. A letter' from
him to the Last Oregonian says he will
visit Pendleton and that he desires to
meet here some of the older Indians
with whom ne become acquainted .lur
ing tfie Indian wars. He was a scout
in the troubles of 1878, being a captain
of scouts and having in his band 50 or
bo Indians among them Chief Pen and
a number of others well known here.
He is brother of K. W. harrow who
lived here for a number of vears.
BKRT HICKS HELD UP.
unireino.nl al the Frasxr ionioht when
"Down in Kgpvt" will ba produced. Dr. LfloU ktiapp.
It is a four-act plav, withn number ticmg physician 01 81
of vaudeville attractions. Prices are ever separated
popular and the play i- guaranteed In
the management to be worth seeing.
PACIFU northwkst nkws.
Hoppicking will he finished this
week in the majority of the yards
ahont Dallas. The crop will be about
2I er cent less than It was last year,
hut of Hue quality.
The long continued dry weather has
reduced the Dallas potato crop ahont
50 per cent. Prunes are ripening slow -ly.
The quality bid fair to be the
best. The fruit' will not be as large
as it was last year.
Reports irom all parts of Washington
county indicate that the hop yield will
not he qnite a two. thirds crop. Yards
in which a full yield was expected
have fallen short. The qualify, how
ever, is said to be tine.
District Organiier Welch of the Fed
erated Trades oi Astoria has received
a letter from (he treasurer ot the Fed
eration at San Francisco, asking assist
ance in the form of funds for the sup
port nf the families of the work iugiiien
now on a strike in that city.
The Seattle chamber of commerce
bus adopted a reilution favoring the
plan of erecting a great hospital some
where in the central states a- a thank
offering of the nation for President
Mchgmley s recovery. A committee of
nine was appointed to in estimate into
the feasibility of the plan.
Herry ami Walton, proprietor- of the
Quaker d ctor - concert, were arrested
at Yakima for running a show without
a license. I be doctors refused to pay
the license of I'Jo a day (or nawkers.
An arrest followed, ami they secured a
tcmporan injunction in the Inderal
court najtfninlnj the city from molest
ing them. I'uder that order they have
since been doing busbies-. The au
thorities are determined they must pay
or quit lining business.
The Portland Carnival.
Thursday. September Id. the Port
land carnival anil exposition opens.
On that dale the 0. R. A N. Co will
ell tickets to Portland ami return at
fi i'm. This includes two admissions
to the earn ival. Ticket- good six days.
for th Sk r !'" '
aged i. " i""'
Louis, has 'or-
himself from his wne
and will neronie
orhl, to nurse vong
loper who whs
city, two weens sg..
graduate of a Detroit
With his patient and
and lour children.
isolated from tin
Otmm. the Chines
fonntl in that
The dot tot, is a
prisoner as ins nun
WiMiio will live ill a
live other ap-
house now being nuni u .., " '
thorities at quarantine, until neces
sity for his services is ended. Dr.
l ....... u-i take his IDlwry i"
......... a.,, I will there devntc
.i.,r mri ot his time to
nf Innrosv. There were
pIlBBBtl for the position.
A Raging, Roaring Flood.
Washed down a telegraph line which
Cba-.. C Bills of Lltboo, to.,W
repair. "Standing waist deep IB Wf
water. '' he writes, "gave DM a tern lie
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctor- in Oakland
Neb.. Sioux Citv ami Omaha said 1
had consumption and could Ml IIW
Then 1 l-egan using Dr. Kim: s New
Disroven ami was holly ' "r,Ml
six Istttles." Positively guarantee.
for enniihs. inilds ami all throat
lung troubles hv Tallman
01 the different continent-, south
America has the greatest and Australia
the least annual ratnhill.
Monday. Sept. Kith.
ST. JOE STORE
Ask to wee our.
The neWMt and latest thing
waist tr 1 h and triminino
all nf W tlt'sirahle shades
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
Furniture and Undertaking,
to call (or
reminder to parent- to
. t. i
nan of out Bcnoui
W 1 1 A
linr of our tall troodl hM ar
rived. In our west window
we are showing u line of
Wedgewood cHVet and tinted
lainjiH. Seenir: Like botineii
to offer them at the priotl
quoted not any bigfaei than
oonunon plain Itunpe,
Owl Tea House.
Stone Jars 15c per gallon.
Had an Bapsrlsnss Sunda Night With a
liert Hicks was walking down Webb
street last night about 11 o'clock ami
calmiy souikiug a cigarette, when sml
deniv there appeareti Iwfore him a
man with a gun. He was told to
throw up his bands, winch he did.
and the highwayman proceeded in go
through his pockets, securing ;i..VI
He was about to take Hick's watch
when fisitsteps were heard approach
iul. Hicks was ordered to face about
aim go an last as ills legs would carry
nun. ne nad goue only a lew steps
When fie turued round and saw his as
ailant running through K. W. Ilttml
ley s yard. Hick- say that while the
n Miner was gniug tliroilgb Ills pockets
that he, Uli'ks, kept ins cigarette well
lighte.: en that he might be able to
identify Ins man He will know him
again 11 lie sees bun.
SHUT BY TOUUHV
J. biovs Brought From Cold Sprinas in a
J. Clove arrived in Pendleton from
I mat 11 Saturday evening with a ser
ious gun shot wouud in the leg below
the knee. The hooting occurred
when some Japs from the section
house at Cold Springs landing had ar
rived at the warehouse, where Clove
wan employed, to escape from two men
who had been beatiug them uu the
bead with revolvers.
Clove was awakened by the imise
and hurried out with a guu He had
jut left the house when two man com
manded him t throw up his baud,
lie answered hv unloading his revolver
at bis assailants. They returned tue
tire and than tied. Clove was quite
badly wounded, but he has the satis
taction of knowing that his own shots
took effect. He is under the care of
lr. W. 0. Cola.
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET ALTA A WEBB HTM
I very pair
Absolute! v (iuarantcod.
WE FURNISH CHli DRBN
FREE OF CHARGE.
The Peoples Warehouse
THE FITTI-kS Of- FEET.
7t6 Main Street Pendleton. Or
At tht: end of Ms row
I nan tuuet lv wtio ueee
wttvn tie isiii buy the bc in
I. iv tn:M. 1
Uncle BUD : "Stetr
EUdtr'l Furniture Stor
mam Mm rftjDD Btrteb ft
has the fincHt
to be found in
and we all want
ivis on the many nice furniture reations and
oi tie rare btrgtilll In- is ofletillg,"
"Why jio there:'"
u'e Of Forty
Cornel Main and Webb streets
J 1ST ARRIVED.
EXCHANGES HALF PRICE.
tDt IT x i'"ii'i! and school ha- rQCI
given with each outfit of books ULI
L. G. FRAZIER,
Tl 1 f 1 i c It .til n
i'isirit)uior ior ' man a f ouna
K- espeouiUy for Pendleton Acadeinv now ready.
P.X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
'ii- W uieirr jrou uwtd w.-h
lei our our pri utt tb KMSBM.
6. B. WAUB WINb I'HI.Kb
We have the most coiopiott Um ol Parts iUippen bv ibown in Pen
dleton. Our Colonial and Grecian styles arc tb v:r latest ideas ii
evening wear. Call and examine thom
The Pendleton Slioe
WM. FITZGJflKALD, Manager.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
h.Vl.KSM KN . To Sl.l.I. si'liool. I.1HKA
ri ami .upul . lo cltsul txtsra. Liberal
tslMM l-urDlalnug Co.
lK. W. It. II.1.K OK Kit 'K :.s fl'lUi
. . lms OOie ttourt. tu 10 U s. m I lo s
P ID. I v.upljour 77.
K. W. VINt'KNT. M. U. OKKIt'K KKAK
ol rim National Bank Ufllco ukuh id to w
a. m. , 1 u i p m
dr. 1 . j. smith, ornui
foailleton Syiu. Ban
raiauo ulspbous J.
H. 8. OAKKIKL1J. M. Ii HoilhOI a I H
u- Hbyticlau au.l snruu ()., n. juj,.
..... . . .-m..,ii' ijdi.'i. 'i.a.'l
Uu.c blavk it
Best stock on the
Telephone connection at ranch.
dress Pilot Book or Pendleton.
J. L MILUtB, M. I).. JiK.si'AiN BLOCK
irvai. ami i;orr..'l eyu trouol caUrriiai
(.-ouilili.iun au.l impaire.l unarm' ii.aixii
properiy Mttctl for refractive errors
DH. 1). J. M'KAt'U, aoOM 1: ASSOCI k
lion blo.'k Talepboue i, ri,ioUlt wl..
puoue. black ttl.
osihuiATHU PHYUUUH8 UE8
K.). a keyw UBue. oue block wat ot bo.
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts.
Steaui beai riieciru Llaliu.
Aiueri.-au Plau. rats fl.li to ILAOadae
kuropoai. plan -a-. 74c. ll.uu
spvcul raux by wesk or tuoutb
f-rac Bus 1eU all 1 raius
Commercial Trade Solicited.
I 1 ne Sample kooins
Special Attention (Jiven to
CONRAD KOHLEJ. PKOP
1)U. l.VNN K. Hl.AKhsI.KI-, niHoSIl'
....Uau"',M,,'a" ,1'r,-U'1 ' ! osten
'ou o or ' 'u hSuS-
AHtHIThLtb ANU BUIi.UKHb.
T. V. HOWAKU. AKCHITKIT AM) 81
perlntsuaaul. uutkw complato aud reliable
plaiu lor buiiams. m iue citj or couuirv
kooiu 17, JuJd building
Bring your jug
and have it filled with
Pure Bulk Maple Syrup
Standard Grocery Co
Opposite Golden Rule Hotel.
Hsraforu cattle burprisad Psopls at the
Q, li. Wade won honors at to. .Suu
leant) fair by Ins display of Hereford
cattle takeu from ins iirande Koude
valley atock farm. He sent them to
Spokane iu charge of Mr Hendry, ui
farm superiuteudeut, aud they were
fouud 0 be the best cattle of the breed
there, takiug first honors for the lot
Willi the exception of one class of
TUB PLAY TONIUHT.
Wiedemann Company Beglni Wssk Bn
Ksasaisnl Willi "Down In Bgypu"
The Wiedemann theatrical company
arrived tin- moruiuu irom La lirami..
111 tUeirapecial car to baym a week eu
TRUC K I NG,
.SHKKK A CO UK, C0NTRA0T0H8 AM)
nil ilra kain.iiu -
'" m t aaaas wa 1 11 1 11 . a J 1 I nh inoti -
kSst a - 1 "i . , UU
myKimiyj i roiiipt lurfna
lUC Job a.iia
Jen inn be ilt t
VI 1 V ii..k,..i.. .
mmn wa 1 KAt. IOK AM)
iiium, j ail ,o.l .,1
10.1, wan. tc or
llie haat Oresoniau ofUce.
IKI KPHONK MAIM t.
Uaily Kast Oiwooiaa, dsliveioct
cantei, only 13 eaata a woaii.
. A. VAUOHAN
In Judd Uuildlu.
K. A. MANN, Hr.Nl1.-1l IN iiuuuit i
Uoi Biock.o,7 B UlopLf.omee UCU
CH tanaal anTwiUfcsTaWauas XJSLMi
ol leu .lay. lor coau aud
alt ttLtiZ ' '"-"-t. two
MSSiifiSfi b;"dv' u K " mi Law ,
lMlsd sspleubsr 11, Ihji
U MlATUJtAN. city Martbal.
auii u u. iieaier. in Mk neucr.il i,,or.-li.,i,.
11 L li.;llf lttit.
lug In tbe buaiuaa. All accouiitl o . V..""UU;
rtrui muai be paid to K tlHr,i.,
H Slfl P." sli dVbu'due by S2
The Place to Buy : : : : You get
you can (jet qillok
busiuaaa Id f
aolved by couiruou con. 1
111K Iroui aal.l Oru. au.l K
bated lilla 1 1 ttl day ol aepuuiber laol
...... .., . . . . -
cci, prices. rut in
your order for header bads,
water tanks and fd racka.
I ine of
lQ paper, Tar
'Screen Doors &
& Doors, Terra
( otta Pipe.
Pendleton Hate Mill
R. FORSTER, - Prophet
Ask for it.