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ducements as wi do?
Original uptodate design! in
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...Men, Youths, Boys and Children...
As we l as all the latest Novsltles In Neckwear, Hows, l-our In Hand.
StrlitffctlM, Tacks, all special selectee patterns
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BAER 6f DALEY
One Price, Clothier, Fwrnithen and flatten, fondlekm,
I IU KSDAY, OCTOUEK 3, 1H01.
1 1 1 1 1 1 r tint pletnre tint
Iba Kilts tfitm-nil I v do. '
J. P. MORGAN'S BAD TASTE.
It is not an Atlifying gpectarlf .1
I'l.Tpont Moiyan espendhiK an hun
dred tliousantl dollars in carrying r 1 1- r i
eel anl lay delegates across the BOBtl
hunt in a palatial special train, leas
ing a magnificent mansion in Hun
Francisco, and there entertaining in
almost Oriental splendor the men who
i. .iv to tli ant t" delihernti
n r. Um lest means of spreading Iha
Himtili' uosiHtl of .learnt Christ. Mr.
Mnrgan exhihlts bad taste. Those
clerical and lay delegates1 exhibit bad
tatto. In (act, it is a case of bad ta-ti-all
nc of the indictment DfOagbt
against the Christian churches hy the
people who are not connected lMfe
with is that the simplicity of its
founder, the lowly man of Nasareth,
liiids no place today; that the modern
representative of the beautiful faith Ol
the crucltJed Unl cares more tor the
wealthy than for the poor; ami that IB
short the church of the period ih noth
ing more than a fashionable club in
which to hold memttership is a pass
port to good society.
It is unfortunate that so conspn iiii
an example has been set hy distin
guished members of the Protests n'
l.piscopal church of foolish expendi
ture of money. One of the issues an
nounced for consifleratlon at the gen
eral convention is the establishment
of missionary jurisdictions in the re
cently acquired islands. Funds are
lacking for proper occupancy of the
Held, say the men of the church. Yet
Mr. Morgan spends enough inone N
his special train and in maintaining u
mansion in San Francisco to support
hall a dosen men in that ttehl lot
I'erhapa some W. T. Htea.l should
come again from England and writ. I
t.,,L .ntitlwl "It Christ fame t" the
-an Francisco (ieueral Convention,
and therein raise the question a- t.
whether or not He would have er.. i
the contiuent in a 1100,000 train, or
used tlie money to further the inter
ests of the cause He founded here on
...m Tii., intention is this- Were
Christ to come to that general eonven
tiou, which would exert the most in
lluen.e, lie or Mr. Morgan '
THE ACADEMY PROJECT.
Kn nhviuiiilv nlaiii are the reason..
why Pendleton academy should he fur
nished with hatter buildings, that
i.,rfi...r in, -Hi (' that nature -.in
unnecessary It is now a tiuestion
merely as to how best to secure the
I76UO neede i to complete the I15.0U0
mud. At this time, about one-hall ol
this sum is pledged in bankable sub
scriptions. The names on the lists are
just as good as the gold in the baiiK.
Thin has always been characters
Pendleton subscription lists. The re
pudiation of a pledge for a public ob
ject is unknown here.
The status of the matter is: If
$7600 be secured here, an equal fjaOMl
is available from outside sources. Hut
the 7600 must ttrat oe pledged in I'en
dleton and Umatilla county. Outside
friends of the institution rightly I. -mand
tiiat we help ourselves btJ I
they help us. bewteen I3O00 and 4u0U
in yet to be found in this county No
one doubts that it will be subscribed.
But some of the friends of the sole 0
believe that the time baa come when
i he $7600 should be secured in total
and that all who support the BBOjeOf
should unite to end the work of sol n it
ing just so soon as possible.
With this end in view, it is suggest
ed that a date be selected upon wtu. h
the last shall have been subscrilwd to
.omplete the $7600. Good judgment
dictates this as the proper course of
procedure. Other public schemes have
been kindly held in abeyance in order
that the academy matter might not be
interfered with in any manner.
Hence, the need of taking hold of It
sow and vigorously completing the sub
LET US SPHAY.
of orchard- that are hevond cure.
Judd iieer, l rn i t commissioner for this
district. ha done much to secure ob
servance nl the lhw, and has made a
good record. Hut he must have co-op
eration from the orchardists thein
selves. He alone i- helpless unless all
unite in a campaign 10 cleanse Um
Spraying i- not expensive. It can he
done by any intelligent man of ordi
nary experience. However, it is al
most futile for one orchardist t spray
if his neighbor do not. One negligent
fruit raiser may make it impossible
for a doen to keep out the pests. It
is therefore essential that the commis
sioner pursue his labors vigorously
and faithfully, and iee that the law
. ... t i : . L mm
Is absolutely eniurceo wuimm aajasi w
favor. He should continue his good
work, and see that every man owning
an orchard comply with the law, or
suiter the penalty If he B0 not.
SCIBNCK OF PENOLOGY.
Comparatively a new science, it is
admittedly one of the most important
the science of penology the defense
id society again-! crime Hit nine-
t. f II 1 1 tllf. of rue! we I .
much, as if it had transformed the
World, has certainly not cured the
world of its criminality No need to
point to a martyseii president t con
vince one that society, even when it
seems to be at Its best, is still I great
way oft from being adequately defend
ed from its enemies.
How can the worst of crime be di
minished'.' How can criminals be
saved f r. in themselves What is it to
tie a criminal'.' What should be done
with criminals? Is it a la of nature,
once a criminal always a criminal''
Should all so-called criminals tie dealt
with and treated alike? If not, what
mould be the principal determining
the discrimination that should be
used? What is the reformatory influ
ence, or what the deterrent effect of
mere ioiilhlliellt '
These are some ot the imperative
question- which are lorcmg themselves
open tin mind" .. la-' ui.-rea-iiit:
numlier of thoughtful people. Thev
are not questions to tie lightly treated
or to Is' answered off-hand. Kxer
leuce as well as theory must show the
this hook of Henry M. Boies on
"The Science of IVnologv" makes an
um nam contribution to the subject
The author has lieeu a diligent and
broad-minded student and has hail
long exierience, particularly in con
nection with the public charities of
His first statement is to the effect
that the more familiar one liecomea
witii the details ol the attempts of so
ciety to secure protection from crimi
nals, from early times to the present,
the more profoundly he is likely to be
impressed with tlieir inordinate coat
and their inutility. The laws do not
The author says he has endeavored
to collect the principal data, to arrange
tiiem in order and to stale the general
ly accepted conclusions of enologists,
which may lie deemed to have reached
the stability of scientific facts. In do
lag this, alter Bret tMaiag what toe
- lence .! pen g is, a ilii il- Slllsil
vinous, diagnostics, therapeutics ami
hygienics, be proceeds to consider in
order the criminal class, crime, detec
tion and identitication, criminal codes,
state control oi criminals, legal penal
ties, the indeterminate sentence, re
formation of criminals, drunkards and
prostitutes, the criminal insane, in
stiuctive and habitual crimiuals, ju
venile and drat offenders, probation
and parol,-, prison labor, reformatory
institutions, police prevention, ne
glected aud abandoned children, educa
tion in public schools, kiudergartenc,
"The coucluaiou at which I have ar
rived," says Dr. F. H. Wines, who
doubtless snows alsjut as much in re
IMBt to the matter as anyone liviug.
"after a life spent in observing the
operation and effect of all conceivable
prison systems, is that in all of them
the best and worst alike the men
wlm are saved are saved hy love, and
hy nothing else.
SOME CURRENT COMMENT
Congressman Cusliman in hi- speech
at the fair on opening night spoke
glowingly of the benefits an open river
would he to this section of country.
Ilia speech would probably have I n
better received if the memory of his
performance Isst session did not remain
like a dark brown taste with his au
dience. A new philosopher of the DooltJ
type has come to light in the columns
ot the New York Times. His name is
silas Larrabee, Upsetting oo religious
matters be says among other things:
"There seems to be three kinds of
Christian Scientists, no one alike.
I'hev's them that actual Iv believe in
Christian science. TheyN them thai
make lielieve they believe in it, and
they's them that gits their living out
of it." "We've had a boom in Ma
linmedanisiti, too. Tliev's been quite
;i raft of converts to MobanierianisDi
iii the last two years. Hairy Hatch
went on to New York last winter ami
got converted. When she came back
and told old man Hatch that "he was
a Mohamedan, he jumped clean acros
the room. 'You've turned your back
on the religion of your fathers, hiurv.
There never was a Hatch in the Mo
hamedan church since Adam was a
boy.' Hairy was tickled to death.
1 lie mure the old man cussed her the
better she liked it. 'What's the use of
being a skyrocket?' says she. 'If yon
don't make folks' eyes dance when yon
bust?' A while ago there was consid
erable said about a religion called the-o-onliy.
Prt-ttv near as gn.sl as being
lecoiid i oii-iii to the csar of Russia to
call yourself a ttieosophist. I'm afraid
our religion is a little too deep lor
you, thov'd say to the folks that crit
W. K. Hearst is a somewhat enter
prising newspaper man, but he occa--ioii.iIIv
overreaches himself. On the
LVlh of February. 1HWH, just after the
inkiiiL' ot the battleship Maine, he
telegraphed to (irover Cleveland and a
number ol other prominent men
throughout the country, asking them
t i accept membership on his commit
t ,. t,, erect it nal tonal monument h
popular subscription to the men who
went down in the Maine. This reply
came ba-'k from Princeton a- la-t a-
the wire- could carry it: "i declini
to allow mv sorrow for those who died
il the Maine to he perverted to an ad
vertising schcOM lor the New York
Journal. Orover Cleveland."
One Walia Walla business man bad
a decidedly realistic display in his
window on Klk's day at the fruit fair,
consisting tit the picture of an Klk at
the brookside drinking his fill, ami
Orchardists need to adopt stricter
measures for the eradication ot peels.
The interest of the fruit raisers are
injured by the presence of insects that
destroy the tree aud the fruits on the
trees, aud in some places no attention
is paid to them.
It liar been demonstrated conclusive
ly that sprayiug will cure most of the
peats. Aud the state law is explicit
aud strict in its requirements, author
ising the condemning of fruits from
yeai riddsai trees aud the destructiou
Soft White Hands
Tin. most effective skin purlfyiug aud tieauli
tyiin; soap In Uiu world, a well iu purest uiil
sweetest fur toilet, lialh, suit uureery li.-
only preventive of puuples. I U ikhcads, red,
rouiili, anil oily skin, red, rough baud will
Helling paluis and haicleas mills, dry, thin,
and falling tuur.aud simple baby blemuliua,
because the ouly preventive of tun cause, vu.,
laBasanutiou aud logging or tin- i'on
Sold nvarveaarv aVrvsa D.t C. Uv.. Piuim . Boa
ku. 11. i.Ua..u..uui.lSku., UaaOa uJlUi lia
Told by Pain
T-Jsharprr the oain thr
at, thsrt is in drlay. rksrs are h"
9 women trwlay who arc bsa ring aw M
pain almost continually, rathrr hsn ttf a
chyiician about the J, SSi
Fowsr abdomsn, about the agony
of the womb and thedi.tre of leuco rhoea
They let the months pass and the,r trouble
bLome. harder to cure and more d.
But modest women can secure
from the smbarrasemsnt of a private exam,
nation. When pain tells them I ' danger
they can cure themselves by the use of
u i- vnu there is no reason tor
the delay which Is Increasing your mUerv and wasting the days
of your life. Why not stop the pain today r
Belen. MtM., h;
I bar. BSSsI ons bt.ttl.of Wlaeof OZgfttf ZgSlm my
Plaek-nrstisht Hefom I Iwgan to USe SSSSLtZtimlZ P
bark hie-, lower bowi-ls and my arms tms US m i s K
blind Iv le sd achrt and I was so wjs I eoold nmt7 wy to
M r mJjovasailntll I get eurr.l lor I hsi 'n'; w ,,,ntfhlMr,a.
me 1 aavt -best, nmrrtrd twelve ysars and an. th.t mot hsr
I tbank ro RM real w nderful madldne and WB l jiJlLJDA SMITH.
For ailTlrs and litfrmutr. . a-tdraMf Tins rWjlT!!i
DrntrnmSUr, The i:nuaDoomlIadiin. company, inanamw.
The Place to Buy : : : :
le where you 8B Kt quick
BUd cheap prices. Put IB
voi.r order for heatler betls
water tanks ami feed racks.
Best line M
ing paper, Tar
paper, I'irne anl
Win. lows, Sash
A )orR, Terra
( lotU l'ipe.
Pendleton Planing Mill and
R. FORSTER, - Proprietor.
Under New nanagem -Tit
V0ICK OF fHK STaTK PRUSS.
Kastern llreaon sMstlhllOBO: The
l- a-t iiretf'inian of Pefdleton, .. r i. ,l
democratic paper, is strongly opposing
the nomination of Governor fleer lot
re-election. Wliv this . 1 i ' .mi I ' III
a democratic source'.'
Salem Capital Journal: Tl astern
ireifon nress is indtistrioiislv promot
mo its eastern tlreunn chiims tn the
governorship. It has a sugar iieet fac
tory ami want- other sweets. That
r.'Kim, r-.-etn- i.. stand up lor better
public schools and presents enterpris
ing, ami cultured candidates. Watch
them go head foremost into the Oregon
Salem Capital lOSUMl I Mrs.
Ktlvlhe-Tnsier-Wetherretl captured the
whole i'an-Americsii exposition; next
she goes to the Columbia, S. 0., eipo
sition to set all the population of the
smith coming to Oregon ; then she de
scend upon congress for a five in ilium
dollar appropriation for the Lewis ami
Clark BipO. The only danger ll that
too many people will tie started com
ing to Oregju.
Glff Us a Trial.
Rates $2.0(1 a da
Special Rates by
W9 or moptt
Itar and miliar J ;toirti. Headquarters lor Traveling Mei
The Best Mote In Eastern Oregon.
Van Dran Bros.. Prons Successors 'a J. I Me irt
BALK8MKN, TO BBLL SCHOOL I
rles anil mipul vi t ntltsul linarils.
praposfUoa, tlnlon MoUtstl l urnlih
itn u. d rMfJt iii-KH'K IN J
alMtaa llSlpi' hnnrs Intnl.' a ni I to b
p. m lelsphonfTr
K. W VINCKNT. M.D. 0FFI0B KKAK
ol Pint Sati.ina; Hank (lce hours lu in i;
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prom PsnSl.ton M
ti fi a. ni.
via 1 1 lint -
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All sailing .lat,,,
For Ha., rranclw,
Hall every ..
Bjsxi .'in 1 Columbia River
s p. in ,i Aitorla aml Sai
Hatiirtuy ' Uii.llngi
III p. m. I
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1 haave rrr
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F. I t 'AHSLEY, Agent. I'eilSsa
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v 1 1 K i INK
Ely's Cream Balm
atel plaaatit to
t'ontainn no to
liiilam uiatlou COLD 'n HEAD
an. 1 protects the Mvnibranc. H.-vturea
BsssofTasU' aud Lmvll harge Sue, auc
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Best stock on the
TelftphoiM connection ul raneli. A.I
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Hue ol the most helpful books on nerve
MBfeBAsl ever Issue.! ! Ibat entitlet Servs
WmM," by Ur. Savyar ol San Praut-lsco, now
lulls rlltU laouaau.l. This work ol an eiper
rlsnctsl siul reputablu Bhytlclau U in agree
able contrail to Iho vast siltu ol lalae aching
wblcb prevails on Ula Interesting subbed. It
abouudaj Lu carefully uouthlere.t aud practical
advice, aud baa Ibu two great merits ol wla
doui and ilucvrity.
It li eudoreed by bulb the religious auS
secular press. The Chicago Advance lays: "A
perusal ol tbe book aud the application ol Ha
principles will put health, hope aud beart Into
thousand! ol lives that are uuw suffering
through nervous Imparement."
The book le II o by mall poeSfiald.
trueol the aaott Interesting chapters chapter
ax, on Nervlues and Nerve Ionics has been
printed separately sa a sample chapter, aud
will be sent to any eddreea lor stamp by ths
publishers. IMF fACtFIC PUBUBHIMU CO.,
Hoz San VrauelSSO
Hotel 1 woe
Q80 i) v i v j ,
KlaRditly Furnished Steam Heated
lll.ick an I s half froa ileput.
Sample Koutn In connactiun.
5(k. 75t, SI.U4)
GULDEN RULE HOTEL.
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts
Steam heat Klectrlc Lights
Amerlcau Plau, raise p.Hi to ll.fiUatlay
Kuropeaii pleu, . , 76c, fl.UO
special rates by week or mouth
Free Uua fleets all trains.
Cocnooerclal Trade Solicited.
Fine Sample kooma
Special Attention Ulven to
CONRAD KOH ITU PIMP
ALL THK HKWsl Take tba Baat
Oreaouiao. Dally j.oo a year by
mail. Weakly Bi.jo, atad Saoii
Weealy Ba.ou a yoai tempi carpy If e
When you drink
Guaranteed not to
cause httdsVOhi or
Schultz Brewing Co.
TR UC K I NG,
ST OK A GE,
CR0WNER & SON.
IKl.afllONl. MAIM i
Oregon Lumber Yard
For iiamn a ii. i dwaliiuKs
Ulisnper than tin.
Lime and Ceinent,
Hrick and Saud,
Screen Doors & Wiudows,
Hash and Doors,
Terra Cotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Alta St., opp. Court House.
At lowest rates
J. R. DICKSON,
Kaat Oragonlan Building,
mi n l HMITII tlKKICK DVKK THK
Peu.lisuin aavlnga Bank. Telephone
reii.leace telephone l.
H. B. QAJUrlBU), M. 1)., HOMK' PATH
I. I'nrtlciaii and Hurg.on ofllfc lu Judrt
Hullitlug Telephouo Ofllt-e. black 71; rest
ilencv, blaok J4.
I. I.. Ml I.I.Kit. M. I'.. DKSI'AIN IU.OCK.
ir.li. mni carrccti arc troubles, catarrhal
m.litiii an. I imoairc.l hearing. tlla
properly tliu.l lor refractive errors.
OR. u" jTin?A0L, ROOM 17, AHSOUIA-
ii.ni iiiiH-k TaiaaaasM i; nsmsbms ion-
phone, black Ml.
OBTKOPATHIC I'HVSHTANS ORB.
knvi-. .v :.. "ii. !.. we.l ol Hue
l.YNN K. lU.XlCKriU'JK, 0URON1C
mi . ii. r." i ui leases an.i niseaas.oi .ia'-ii
tipp Hotel, cor Water ami Mam its., fou.Ho
a caw liivm
Kur 'lii.-uKo, St. I'hiiI, Ht. Imi.
san ( Ittjr, Ht. Jin, Otuaoa, al
Aii i'oints i.usi and South
Portland and point)
on the Sound
TIM V. I M It II Mkl'IKUHVll I a.
West llouml Leave Walla Wtilal IS; SB
, li, um pin . npokaiie Tjkipsii Arnn ImsB
- : I am .-Seattle 'i am .
Kaai llitiiii.l Itavu Seattle l:iym; IMSB
1 1 iti put , Arrive . iti in it an. isshI
V :.Vi mi : .ipokaue SMI am.
Kut iiil.irinati.iii reganliug ral tl ass
um UU.Hi- call "ii ui l Mreu
- li Ai.iiM.ii i. u .1 r. a.,
Vt ..ll alia. Walk.
I A IM'KK A UA1.KY, ATTOKNKYH AT
1. nmce in mating' nana ntiiiniug
BKAN . U)WMUL, attorn kyb at
Law. Kooui 11 AMaK-lallou Block. I'eudle
T.O.HAILKY, l.AWYKK. 0V 1101 IN
I. el,: U il. .ling Feil.lleloii, Oretou.
N. IIKRKK1.KY, ATTOKNKY AT
lltnce 111 Auot lalion Block.
K. i). HI) YD, ATIDHNKY AT LAW.
L. II. RKKUKR, ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
i i Oregon.
JAMKS A. KKK, LAW OKK1UK IN JUDD
iTI LLM a N PIMUI, sVTTORMIYI
at law. Mr.Stillutan ha. uoeu .luillle.l in
practice in l.nlteil siatea patent oRleee and
mako ipecialtv ul I'aleut Law Uoout. 10, II,
l-l au.1 M Aseocielion hlook.
BANKS AND BRUKBBS.
THK KAKMKK'U BANK OK WKSTON,
Wealuu in-gun uoe. a general bauklug
bu.iuea Ki ..... bought aud sold. (Jol
lectiou. prouplly alteudetluj. Affairs lu tuo.i
uitvlleut c. imll. lou, aud ao reporteil uuou ttv
in t Diltgatiuu i um i.i i ti.-. ul reapouilble citlseu.
tlfflcers: K Jaineaou, president; Oso. VS
rroebstei. vice presideut ; C H fierce caahiet
J h klllgurc aatiaunl cashier, direeuira
li. A. Uartmau, v. M. Johna, T J. frloe O r
Oraw.J r. Klligor-, Hubert lamssou, li. W
1 IKHT N A I Itt.N.vi LAN K (IK ATHKNA,
OlSJfOB t.apiul. lou.uui. lurplua ami piodu
lo.uiiu. Interest ou Hmi depostu. Itesl. iu
lurilgn am) duineitu SZ0haOfl t ollectloua
promptly alleudeit to Ik-nr-, r .v. tenia pre.
Meat ; I I kira VK.v-presi.H-ut, K L Bar
asLlari Mr. k I, Uaruell, aasuuni
KIR ST NATIONAL BANK OK PKnT)Lb7
um Capital, 7ii,oui; mrpiua, Bkj.cu, Iraua
an. n general bauklug builueas. Bxcliaugt
an,! u-legraiihlc trauilera aol.l on t'hu ago, ban
rraucisoo, New York sud nrlucipal poluu In
lu. Norlhwssl. brail Urawu ou Chtua, Japan
aud Kurope Slakes collectioua ou reaaouable
term. U-vl Aukeny presideut , W K Matlock
vice-president ; U. B Wade casuier H c
Huerusey, aalliuui cashier
IHl PCNUIdtTON HA VINOS BANK,
l-eudleuju.uregou lirgaulie.1 March 1. 1SSS;
capital. loOUUu, surplus, lou.!.., luujrosl al
lowed on lime depostu. kUchauge laeighl
au,i sold on all principal pomu Hpeclalal
leutloh given to collccllous. W J.Kurulsh
prealdeul; J N. Tsal, Tloe.p,.dBUi , 1 J
AKLHITBI.TS AND BUILDas.
T. C HllWAUO lUi'UlT,,,:
Boom i7, judd buirdiu: U"J or oouu'y
Dk-iia. A,Yl ON'l'HAlTOK AND
aer.canueleltatthe Bat Oregou.au office
VK11' 1,KNnHr okkiok
K. A. MANN, lllsNriBr IN ahhiiiha
Uol Block, over 1?. B. Ulopwn. oafoe A
MILTON li. MKTSSLKK UKNTIsr ""Ta
vlng. Hank Bulldlug 8A"
IN POUND- IHL UBRJUMAJfTKR iiio
ol leu day. lor cost, aud eipeuVe. l"r""
tin. brown horac. branded with a.iunrier.
circle ou lelt shoulder and A ,. igh .houl
der.weighl .ibout B ponuda, ago" about .5
Uaual September ii,, igut.
J. M. HBATUMAN, Oil, Marshal.
IN POUND THK KOLi.owIno Die
Cff.rikfc. i,lrk .h' U..U up by' he
oi iu uaya tor coat, au.l eapeuaea
i b'rTii : STfiS o1"' buut
Oated aepteuibefii, l.aJI
3- M. UKATaslAN, ctly Marshal
Ths Kast Orauooian la lUaiacn Ora
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I Wnant DIlfaBj Cars,
Tourist SleepinK Car
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and Auierlcau lluu.
Tralna leave IVudlelou dH) I0,K '
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Kor lurlher iulormalion, tirni ear
ml tickets, cnll on or write w. a -1,
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