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RTTyNN K. RTiAKESIiEE. CHRONIC
and nervon- dl.oa-es nod disease of
en Opp. Hotel Pendleton, cor. Water
nd'Main oh., "-r-
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDER8.
I F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND SU-
" i . . m a Iran finmnlaro nntl rftll-
UreS fSr talMlnw ""In the" city or
nntry. uoom i. jhuu umiumn
IHEEK 4 TOIjE. CONTRACTORS AND
kotlfe. Job work b specialty.. Prmnrit
WrVlce. BnOP on iinm Bircci.. uhu
A. MAY . CONTRACTOR AND
iij.. r.llm.tiifl fnrnlnhfin nn SII
rlnd of maiionry. cement walks, stone
Mill. etc. Orders can be left at tne tuasr
Dow Block, electricians, dealers in elec-
rlcal stmnlles. Houses, stores wirea inr
at llxtnrei. all kinds. Get our urtsea. Re-
air won a specialty.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
OMMETiniAT, HTABLKR. G. W. FROOMH
Proo. Llverv feed and Boardlnz. All kinds
arnonts. Competent drivers. Opposite Hc-
renaieton. xeiepnone in.
6EP0T LTVERY. FEED AND SAjES
Bttblei. First clnss Tln-i end dnunie
for all occasions. 627 Cottinvooa Bt.
hone, Main 70. Evlln Craig, Prop.
8TARLR8. T. W. AYBRS. PHOP..
Lltery, feed and boarding. The best
"tnouU In the cltv. Alt St.. between
nn ina Cottonwood Sts. Phone, Main fO.
KQOS FEED YA Tin. W. T. TIOWTOK
Prop. SptMl care slvon tiorcos left with
e. wwer Webb street. Phone Red 20t.
CAB8 AND CARRIAGES.
' (!AH Mnui nnwiu mrai TTjriT
ITelepaone Main 79, at the Depot Ltvery
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tion blork. over F. B. Clopton's offlce.
RE8TAURANT8 AND CAFES.
tint class. W. W. Pangs i-n. Prop. Mai.
.unin Mt. Tel. Mam 12.
CARTRR u UALEY. ATTORNEYS AT
-"jurae in Havings Bank building.
phtoS" Oregon. Asssocl,rt,on "oek. Pea-
O. TTATT rn.' r . ." ...
"M """mug, renaieton, Oregon,
Offloo i i'1' . ".1ORNEY AT LAW.
"nice In Association block.
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Court St. AiiORNBY AT WW. Ill
PeDd.etorOregon:TTORNBY AT UW
I ABnUdlnA- PBB' LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
PTILLMAN & PIRRnw itthphuvii
ei .l-rJc!i,n Untea SUtes patent
block. 10, 12 1 Assocla-
LPh of theAcltvL?.ADIN? PHOTOGRA
pt0" 'ortStoc,57t views. Indian
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Sfflce Pendleton. .
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SflffiW8pS TWalln. or for wrap
carpet... n .papers "
purpose8- "IS.,,. each at 23 rent a
Soft of one "gwgo'AcaoNIAK offlce.
B - pHVSICIANS.
1 TnniV OFFICE TN JUDD
y'm Telephone 77.
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9V TALLMAN , CO.. DRUGGISTS. PENDLETON, OREGON.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMffiRICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2.133, meet see
ond and fourth Saturdays of eac'i month
In nendrlck's Hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb
uuvic , aim, ieino uoooins. wecorder.
tJMATILtiA TENT, NO. 27, K. 0. T. V
. M?t8m,n Secret Society Hall, e.-on.j and
luunu xuesuuys oi eacn monin. All via
If Inc. Rip Knlnhtm nnrrilall., 1 a
Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
REDMEN UMAHALES TRIBE, NO. 18
aieers every xnesaay night In Hen
drlck's Hall. Roy W. Itltner, Keeper of
PENDLETON LODGE. NO. 152. A. F. nrt
A. M,, meets first and third Mondays pf
coiu ujuuiu. viKiiiuK ur.-uarHn weioooae. T.
j. xweeay, w. ai., joe a. r.nrKjq, ,-SfL.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 25 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamaley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
monin in masonic Han.
PENDLETON COMMANDERY, NO. 7.,
Robert Forster, E. C, W. E. Carter, Sec
retary, Meets first and third Friday of
cacu momn in juasomc uail.
1'IONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
llam Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every ' weanesaar at uenarick Hall
Mrs. 'L. F. Lampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHT 8 OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln, C. C; K. W.
Fletcher, K. ol R. & 8. Meets evrry
Monaay, in secret society uau.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 6300. Meets Arst and
third Saturdays of each month at Hen-
uncKs hbii. ueorge a. uamoun, uon
sul ; G. A. Bobbins. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp No. 41, W.
O. W., are held In Odd Fellows hall every
Tuesday -evening Vlsltln? neighbor are
always welcome. J. P. Walker, Clerk, J.
P. .Ear),. C. C.
BANKS AND BROKER8.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Oapltal, $50,000,; surplus and
Broflts, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
eals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president; T. J. Kirk, vlcejires
ident; E. L Harnett, cashier: F S LeQrow.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
188D; capital, S50.000: surplus, $00,000.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Ex
change bought and sold on all principal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions. W. J. Furnish, president ; J. N.
Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business." Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. B.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
vice-president; J. R. Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Hartman, ' M. M. Johns. T.
J. Price, G. D. Graw, J. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, G. W. Proebstel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PBNDLB
ton. Capital $70,000: surplus, $66,000.
Transacts a. general banking business. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points in the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China, Japan and Europe.
Makes collections on reasonable terns.
Levi Ankeny, president: W. F. Matlock,
vice-president: C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C.
Guernsey, assistant cashier.
HIDES, PELT8 AND JUNK.
YOU CAN GET THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for your hides, pelts and all
kinds of Junk, such as rubber, brass, cop
per, lead, zinc, rags and bottles. Iron of
all kinds a specialty. Yon can bring In
SO cents worth of old rags or ship In
S500 worth of hides and will be treated
In the same way. We. have come here to
stay. Give us a cal and yon will be satls
ed. L. Shank & Co., offlce and warehouse
next to Eastern Hotel, Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone, Red 221.
SECOND HAND DEALER8.
GEORGE O'DANIBL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and oUl. Court St.,
Opera bouse block. Call and se me.
V. 8TROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
band goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new or second hand furniture,
stoves, granite ware and crockery, .call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court St
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING AND
comentlng. Cement walks a specialty. Es
timates furnished free. Work guaranteed.
Leave orclorn at Bndley's & Zahner's cigar store
Main street, P. O box 101.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
animals have been taken up by the city mar
shal and will bo sold at tho expiration of iO
days for costs and expenses.
in pound, one bay horse about 6 years old,
branded with a clover leaf on right hip and
branded on right shoulder two Os connected,
left hind foot white, weight 800 pounds.
One bay horse about fix years old, .weight
about 860 pounds, brand R with a bar below It
on loft hip, right hind foot white.
.1. A. BLAKLEY, City Marshal.
Dated March 31, 1902
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
All Umatilla county warrants registered
in March, April.Mny and June, 1900 will be'pnid
at my office at tho court house upon presenta
tion. Interest ceases on date of publication.
Pandleton, Oregon, March 29, 1902.
S. K. YATK8.
Twain. ror of Tfmtlll -"nnnCv
IF YOUR HAIR 18 TURNING GRAY.
DON'T PUI.L IT OUT. IT HURTS!
"Gray hairs are honorable, though
not always desirable " Tho only prep
aration that will positively restore the
original color to gray or faded hair is the
renowned "MARVEL" HIR TONIC, a natur.
al hair reatoratlvo (not a bair dye) It prompt
ly stops hair falling out, preventing baldness
and CURES dandruff, ton-or' money returned.
Thirty year ol success; no failures. Four dl.
tlnoS vital virtues in every full pint bottle, all
for II. Express prepaid, Addrew J, H. QUINN
ft CO., Bale Props., 411 Pine 8t..lhlrRo. Ill,
armless r sure to acooraplili
'known xemsue reu-cay.
1 1 . ... .ril.. M.lA.hn.w flat-.
in sanuipv m h "r !.
"Your wife," sold tho Intlmato friend, "says that she once played a ludi
crous April Fool joke on you. Veil us about It."
"It must have been," said tho hard-hearted husband; "It must have been,
as near as I can figure It out, when she married me."
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Turnips, 75c per sack.
Parsnips, 75c. per sack.
Cabbage, ,4c lb.
Cheese, per lb., 20c.
Onions, per cwt., $1.50 to $2.
Green onions, 25c ,doz.
i"H.h. per lb., lc.
Potatoes, per cwt., $1.6001.75.
Apples, per box, $1.50.
Horse radish, 12c lb.
GTllck, 1.5-ttc lb.
Sweet potatoes, 6c per lb.
Sauer Kraut, 40c per gallon.
Pendleton Livestock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $i$.504.
Roosters, $3.50 to $4.50.
Turkeys, per lb., 10.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $3.66.
DuckB, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 15c In trade.
Butter, 50,66c per roll.
Choice beei cattle, etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10. s
Hogs, live, 6c
Hogs, dressed, 8c
Calves, dressed. 7 to 8c
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Sugar jCane granulated, best, $4.90
per sack; do., 16 lbs $1; best granu
lated, $5.25 per sack; do., 16 lbs., $1.
Coffee Mocha and Java, beat, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c lb; lower
grades coffee, 25 to 16c lb; package
coffee, 16c lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 81-3c per lb.
Salt Coarse, 80c per 100; table,
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B., $3.40 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's, $3.40 per bbl.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Portland, April 3. Sheepskins
Shearings, 15(g)20c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30C0c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1. 1 pounds
and up, 15lic per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 15c; dry calf,
No. 1, under 6 poundB, 16c; dry salt
ed bulls and stags one-third less than
dry aint; salted hides, steers, sound,
60 nounds and over, 89c; 60 to 60
pounds, 78c; under 50 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, sound,
56c; Lip, sound, 16 to 30 pounds,
7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound under 10 pounds, 8c;
CTeen (unsalted). 1 c perpound less;
culls, one cent per pound leBs; horse
hides, salted, each $1.50 2; dry,
each $11.50; olts hides, each, Zba
50c; goat skins, common, each, 10
16c; Angora, with wool on, each,26
Pelts Bear skins, as tj size, No. 1,
each $520; cubs, $2S5; badger,
each, 1040c; "wildcat, each, 2530c;
house cat, 510c; fox, common gray,
3050c; do red, each, $1.50(3)2; do,
cross, each, $5a15; do silver and
black, each, $100200; fishers, each,
$56; lynx, each, $23; mink.
strictly No. 1., each 30c1.25; mar
ten, dark northern; $612; marten,
Dale nine, according to size and co
lor. $1.5u3; muskrats, large, eacn,
60 10c;' skunks, each, 2530c; civet
or polecat, each, 510c; otter for
large prime skins, each, $567; pan
ther, witL head and claws perfect,
each, $2.005.00; raccoon, for lar.se
prime, 3035c; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each, $3.50
6; wolf, prairie (coyote) with head
perfect, each, 40 (g 60c; won, prairie,
fcovote) without head perfect, each,
3035c; wolverine, each $47; beav
er, per skin, large, $56; do medium,
$34; do small, 7ll.oo; do Kit,
UTAH CATTLEMEN MEET.
And Organize ah Association at Salt
Salt Lakfl Citv. Anril 4. As a re
sult of the meting In session here to.
rihv It. Is fixnected to nermanently or
ganize a strong association of the cat
tlemen of 'Utah. The asoclation is to
be organized along tho lines of those
now in existence in Montana, Colo
rado. "Wvominer and Texas and will
qoqperato with the National Live
stock association, especially in the,
ma'.lqr of working for national leg
islation. The meeting is well attend
ed by prominent stockmen from all
parts of the. state. An interesting
r.rnn-rnm 'has been arranged, a among
the varioiisfpatures' .being, addresses
by President, John W.' Springer and,
Secretary C. F. Martin of tho Nation
al Live Stock association. Tho gatlv
ering was called to order by John
W. .White, to whose efforts the suc
cess of the movement is largely in
American Philosophical Society.
Philadelphia, April 4. Abstruse
problems of many branches of science
were discussed learnedly today at the
second day's session of tho American
Philosophical Society convention
Among the papers presented were the
following: "Recent Progress of the
Luhar Theory," by Professor Ernest
W. Brown, of Haverford, Pa.; "Re
suits of Observation With the Tele
scope at the Sayre Observatory," by
Professor Charles L. Doolittle, of
Philadelphia; "The Direction of Evo
lution in Color Marks in Rock Pig
eons," by Professor Charles O. Whit
man, of Chicago; "On Biological He
redity and Organic Evolution," by
Professor Guiseppe Sergl, of Rome;
"Is Scientific Naturalism Fatalism?"
by Professor William Keith Brooks,
New Move on Bucket Shops.
SpTingfleld, April 4. The applica
tion for an injunction filed by the
Western Union, Postal and Cleve
land telegraph companies to prevent
bucket-shop brokers in various Illi
nois cities from receiving the quota
tions of the Chicago board of trade
was called for hearing in the United
States Circuit court here today. The
telegraph companies declare that
they are under contract with the
board of trade to transmit the mar
ket reports and that the keepers of
alleged bucket-shops are, by unlawful
methods, receiving them dally, inter
fering with the contracts of the com
panies with the board. Brokers in
Springfield, Cerro Gorodo, Bement,
Jacksonville, East St. Louis, Olney
and other towns are included in the
Will Build Hundreds of Homes.
Sharon, Pa., April 4. This place is
enjoying the greatest boom in Its his
tory. In the entire town there is not
a vacant house, and travelers intend
ing to stay at the hotels are obliged
to make application for accommoda
tions. The Sharon Steel company Is
preparing to build 400 more houses
in South Snaron to accomodate the
employes of the sheet, skelp, tube
and universal mills when they go
into operation. In the same locality
the Sharon Steel and Tin Plato Co..
company owns 500 houses and is con
templating the building of many
Southern Indiana Teachers.
Bloomlngton, Ind., April 4. This
was another busy day" for the dele
gates to the annual convention of the
Southern Indiana Teachers' Associa
tion. During tho day papers or ad
dresses on topics of paramount Inter
est to the educational world were pre
sented by Drt N. C. Schaeffer, of Har
risburg, Pa.; Professor William Lowe
Bryan, of Indiana University; Super
intendent W. A. Hester, of Evans
vllle; Professor F. M Stalker, of
Terre Haute, and Professor A. M.
Brooks, of Bloomington. The address
at the general session this evening
Is to be deiiyered by Superintendent
F. Trendley, of Youngstown, O. Dur
ing the 'day the various sections held
London, April 4. M. Santos-Du
mont, the Brazilian aeronaut, sails for
New York today on the Hamburg
American liner Deutschland, The
purpose of his trip is to assist the
authorities of tho St. Louis World's
Fair in the organization of the pro
posed balloon contests, and select a
site on which to erect a balloon sued
for himself. M. Santos-Dumont takes
with him several tons of his aerial
apparatus. This includes the frame,
motor and the contributory portions
of the Santos-Dumont No. 7, which
has lately been completed in Paris.
Mnnrnfi Wis.. Anril A .The South-
Wlecnnein Teachers' Association
Is holdjng Its annual convention hero
with a larce attendance. An Interest
ing program has been prepared for
the tw,o days' session, including ad
dresses and papers by many leading
educators. Today was devoted large
lv to the onenlnir exercises, addresses
of welcpme, responses, etc,
1 time 15o
2 times 20c
1 week 30o
Extra lines: .10 cents each a
SENATOR PLATT A GUEST.
Distinguished Men Wilt be at "Amen
New York, April 4. Great Interest
centers in the second annual dinner
of the Brethren of tho "Amen Cor-
nor," to take place at tho Fifth Ave
nue hotel tonight. Senator Thomas
C. Piatt is to be tho guest of honor.
Senator Piatt is 0110 of tho original
frequenters of tho "Amen Corner," a
section of tho main corridor of tho
hotel. There are few politicians of
note who have not seated themselves
on one of the four settees and discus
sed politics, tho weather or sonio
subject of interest. To bo entitled to
membership among tho Brethren one
must attend at least twenty nightly
meetings. Many explanations have
been given as to how tho "Amen Cor
ner" received its name. Tho ouo
generally accepted is that In its ear
lier days there were wont to gather
there men w-ho had said Amen to
any proposition favored by them.
Among the distinguished persons
who have accepted invitations to tho
dinner are President Roosevelt, Gov
ernor Odell, Senator Mark A. Hanua,
senator J. 13. Foraker, Senator M. S,
Quay, Joseph H.- Manloy of Malno,
Archbishop John Ireland, Senator Ar
thur P. Gorman, Secretary Ellhu
Root, Postmaster General Henry C
Payne and Chief Justice Alton B.
Parker of tho Court of Appeals.
Dallas Presbytery Meeting.
Rockwell, Tevas, April 4. Thoro
was a f.uod attendance todiy al tle
opening of the meeting or ilio Dallas
Presbytery of tho Cumberland Pres
byterian church. Tho feature of tho
i)Jttal session was the opening aer-
mon by Rev. N. F. Grafton, who took
as his subject "Tho Apostolic
Church." Tho meeting will continue
until next Monday.
St. Cloud, M1nn April 4. Tho
Northern Minnesota Educational as
sociatlon convened In Blxth annual
session today at the St. Cloud nor
mal school. Tho vlslUrs were "or
dlally greeted by tho Hon. Alvah
Eastman. Tho meeting, which is to
continue through tomorrow, promis
es to be the moji successful evor held
by the associa'in i.
An International Question.
Washington, April 4. It Is admit
ted at the state department that a
communication had been received
from Governor Hoard, of Louisiana,
relating to tho use of Port Chalmers
as a mobilizing station for mules and
horses intended for use of tho British
army in South Africa. As tho docu
ment involves a possible violation of
international law, it has been sent to
the attorney-general for an opinion.
Denmark Denies It.
Copenhagen, April 4. It is official
ly announced that tho DanlBh minis
try has had no dealings with Captain
Christmas. TJie premier, though
Christmas called, refused to see hi in
or receive a report of his unauthoriz
ed negotiations for the, sale of tho
Danish West Indies.
Smoke Prjde of Umatilla Cigars.
"BEST OF EVERYTHING"
In a word this tells of the
passenger service via
8 trains dally between Bt. Paul
and Chicago comprising
The latest Pullman Sleepers
PeerlesB Dining Cars
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The 20th Century Train
THE NORTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs every day of the year
FINEST TRAIN IN THE WORLD
Electrio Lighted Steam Heated
TO CHICAGO BY DAY LIGHT
The Badger State Express, the finest
day train running between St. Paul
and Chicasro via the Short Line: con
nections from the West made via
rnhn VnrUinrn Pap I fin.
Great Northern, and
Canadian Pacific Rys,
This is the mt line Itetween OmAha,
St. Paul and Minnesota. All agents
sell tickets via "The Northwestern
W. H. MEAD, H. L. SISLER,
I ' G A T A
248 Alder Bt.',' Portland, Ore. '
1 time 20e
2 times 90
1 week .46
week; 25 cents a line per month.
dipabt Tlraa Sahsduls auuisj
ron From Fsi.dlstoa rami
Chicago- Salt Lake, Denver, Ft
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
Special saadty.St Louis, Cal-8:00 a. m.
5aop m cago and East,
Atlantic Salt Lake, Dsnver, TU
Express Worth, Omaha. Kan.
5:iS a. m. tas City, 8t. Louis, cal-11:10 p. a.
via Hunt- cago and East.
Ht. Pul Wafla Walla, Lswlfton.
Fast Mall 8pokane.Wallace.Pull
8.15 a. m. man, MInmeapolls, St. 5S0 p. sa.
via Paul, Duluth.fllwau
Spokane, kee, Chicago and East.
Ocean ud River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
8:00 p.m. For San Franoisoo 1p.m.
Ball every 5 days.
' Dally '
except Columbia Rlvsr
8 p. m. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10 p. m.
Boats leave Portland dallv. excerit Bundav.
(stage of water permitting) for WillamstUaM
Yamhill River points.
4:05 a. m.
7 :00 a. m,
Rlparla to Lewltton.
F. F. WAMBLKY, Agent, Pendleton.
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
TO -( GRAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all points East and South
Throng-h tickets to Japan and China, via
Tacoma and Northern Paclflo Steamship Oo,
and American line.
TIM K SCBBDULI.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Sunday
at 6:00 p. m.
For further information, time cards, maps,
and tickets, call on or write W. Adami, Pea
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. OH A HITON,
Tklrd and Morrlion 8U Portland. Ore,
For Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and Sooth
Portland aad BJata
Leave Pendleton, dally except Bandars at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wed Bead ay aa4
A r jive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday a4
Satnrday 9 zsa am s
Leave Walla Walls dally, east bound lOMyaa.
Arrive WaUa Walla dally west beaud 96 am,
For information nairilar rates ami aeeisa.
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Walla walla, waaa.
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of mucous uembraaea.
Painless, and not artilm
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pr seat in plain wrapper,
by tmnu. Dranald. ioi
11.(0, or 3 Iwttf .
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