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Easiness Cards and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANGED.
COUNT SIX AVCRAQK WORDS TO THE LINK.
ZT w a. COLE, OFFICE IN JTOD
D hollaing. Office honm, 10-to 12 a. m.;
fl ,bo" P m. Telephone, H.
rTILIiBIl. M. D., DESPAIN BLOCK,
9'tZU and "corrects eye trouble, catar
,M1 conditions and Impaired hearing.
JuiieV corectly fltted for refractive er-
Tc J. SMITH. OFFICE OVER THE
Pendleton Savings bank. Telephone 80;
ruldence telephone 81.
GARFIELD, M. D., flOMEOPATH
,lV nhyslclan and Burgeon. Office In
flndd building. , Telephone: Office, black
f jj residence, black 24.
ntTWILLIAM HOUSE. PHYSICIAN AND
Dnroo7 Office, room 20, Jndd building.
- 1 ft ii uaainanmi I'nrma nun
MH1U 11CDIUUUV, M.
5ifD. J. M'FAUL, ROOM 17 ASSOCIA-
U"! " . 7' -v. fn.lonhnne Main OH ! ml-
T M. HENDERSON, PHYSICIAN
and Burgeon. Specialties eye, ear, now
..5 throat. Office In Savings Bank bulld
tS. Phone Main 88.
Office one block west
mi nr . war nrftlfilCTf-
V. ' " ji .-.a Ai.aaaM nf wrv-
nn nervuue uincaocn
!d Main Bts., Pendleton, Ore. Phone
Barter and ralby. attorneyb at
rlt, nma-in Ravin Bank Building.
fiw. Boom 14, Association Blk., I'en-
MKNRY J. BEANj ATTOKNisx ai win.
F BERKELEY ATTUKeix ax
- Am V IV
umce in awKBuuu
AT LAW, 111
. a vsvnTH iiir a a lcit ui ana -a a a is
.., , r . v . TITWnfW iTTnRNKYH
at Law. Mr. Stlllman has been aammen
nrnciicc iu uuucu s-
n inn. Km n nucviaiw w- - ---
- t i io am1 in AHWiHimn dock.
i VATTOFf AN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
a. MANN. DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
SOCIATION block, over Bcnmiars
.n.nnwTa mnnnn BftflP POTT TIT RV.
.Opposite Golden Rule Hotel, o. i- mps-
good sanitary condition.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
F. HOWARD. ARCHITECT AND 8U-
-i-l-.-A-iJfn4. V- AAmnlaU at Mil.
ncuuicuucuii wan i i.vuiiiotv uu
Tl I ff TI R 1111 Mil I III in TIIP I C1LT IK
MBirT. ILUtllll I I M UUlltllUK.
W fT A- rrT. PflKT T? APT ORH AM)
builders. En tl mates fnrnlfihed on inort
i ii'H. jiih wiira l hiikimdiiw. rrniuiiL
A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND BtJILR-
Estlmates furnished on all kinds of
uury. nuieui wuikh. hiuuh wuiih. vlc
8. BOWMAN. -LEADING PHOTOGRA-
pher of the city. Harvest vlewa. In-
nrpuni. Mfiir Mr naa nida unAiia
A 1 ' I , Ki IrTTfia fT lATinm omnn-Mi v a
Dow block. Electricians, dealers In elec-
OUHANr.F A I ANn Rl IfilMrfiO
Opposite Golden Rule Hotel; land of-
O itwh VU W M ,J
1IHV U A IT HIV Vn TT w A MM 4"sv a
BOARD AND LODGING,.
t, Mrs. R. A. Strahon. nron. Nice larce
- iuwwb IU I1HW UUI1UIUK. VTIIU
UIQ Mnln mtraat- t T nnn
?cfteenine rooms and lnrttrlnp rooms
v-oun ana Johnson streets; goods
ciean ronmn with MmrnntiHii haAm
-"v nuu ,uuc n ill it ii r. mM. Hranrr.
Ulll ALlXA AMU
ireets. Board bv ttta iIm nr araak.
-. uid ibe, itBrna I infl SH nor araak
CAB8 AND CARRIAGES.
"teat HACK, NEW AND VERY
style, fop th nHi .
. Carlln nd Jas" b! Mckav!
you, vc uuck win can
TP . i
.-... liiwn, ERWIN RAKRR Sw.
'MUorant. ' "OBl "
C5SSHfi?Jf? WHEAT 'SACKS.
: nd'at!lB town. 814 Webb 8 1.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
PIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $50,000 surplus aad
pronts, $6000. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president; T. J. Kirk, vlce-presl-dent;
E. L. Barnett, cashier; F. B. Le
Urow, assistant cashier.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
1880; capital, $50,000, surplus, $90,000,
Interest allowed on tlmo 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 WE8TON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R,
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
flee 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 PBNDLE
ton. Capital $70,000; surplus, $05,000.
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 terms. Levi An
keny, president ; W. F. Matlock, vice-president;
C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C. Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wtldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida ,Holcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nettle Robbing, Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Becret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S, Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. and
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. (Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M., Joe H. Parkea, Bee.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamsley. Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month in Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
llain Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hend rick's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. uampkln, Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. r'. Now 11b. C. C. ; R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. 8. Meets every Mon
day a "Becret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF
TutuHla Camp, No. (1809.
and third Mob days of each month at Odd
renows- nan. ueorge A.
sul ; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings or Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bora are always welcome. 3. P. Walker.
Clerk, J. P. Earl, C. C.
LIVERY AND FEED 8 TABLES.
THE OLD SKMPLE FEED YARD. 723 COTTON
wood street, Llndsey & Doty Propi. Livery,
feed and sale stable. Good turnouts. Saddle
hones at all times. Horses for sale.
O. K. FEED ANDSALE8-YARD. H. CHES
nut, prop., 010 Aura St., bet Webb and
Alta. "O. K." treatment given horses left
In our care.
THE CITY LIVERY. BOABD AND SALE
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
Sne turnouts. Stable 118 Alta Street,
TOMMERICAL STABLES, O. W. FROOMB
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. AN
tlnds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton, telephone 16.
DEPOT LIVERY FEED AND BALM
Stables. First class single and double
rigs for all occasions. 627 Cottonwood
sr., rnone Main 7. Elvln Craig, Prop.
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb Street Phone Bed
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOE-
maicer ana repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
UHORQB O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
nana gooas Doagnt and sold. Court St,
Jimrm uuase oiock. uau ana see Dim.
T. BTROBLB, DEALER IN SECOND
nana gooas. ir there is snytblsg yon
aeed In new or second hand furniture,
'toves, granite ware and crockery, call aad
bi uia prices. o. ziz court Bt.
DR. J. CHRISTIE, VETERINARY 80ROEON,
Pendleton. Oregon, graduate nf he Royal
Veierinary College, Edinburgh, Hcntland; late
all domestic animal, treated on scientific prin
ciples: located at Froomn'l Htnhlna Main Jirt
niMDiuuinuiininiviarior me mutici. a. V,
umiuBiiu uoibi reuaieion; rcsiaonce teiepnone
FOR' RKNT SIX ROOM IIOU8K. EAST WK1JB
street. Apply at 1108 East Webb street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms and sin le roomi. 710 rvillaro .treat
opposite court house Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
FOR RENT TWO ROOMS FOR LIGHTHOUSE
keoDlmr: iroed location Inaulre at thli nr.
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM COTTAGE ON CLAY
street, botwoen Webb and Railrn;ul. Tnnulm
ofJas. B. Welch, 120 Court street.
VANTKD GOOD CLEAN COTTON RAGS AT
xMti uregonian omce.
WA NTED G ENTLESI N BOARDERS BY THE
week: uood table let. Mm. N. j. Lnneinv.
302 Water ltrcet, corner Johnston.
WANTE D NICELY FURNISnED ROOMS FOR
bouaekeeping. Apply at this omce. -
Dally East OrMnlan by Mrrlmr,
nly 1 eanta.a WMfc. ,
nevtr . ti-
Pick t3 A. SI.) Oh! Henry, I'm ufrnid if I bo to sleep 1 shnl
Mr 1-VcU- F. r ln-.i n a e.nUc. co to
Local Market Prices.
The following BhowB the
paid on the local market:
Raspberries, $2.75 a crate.
Blackberries, (2.25 a crate.
Pineapples, $6 a dozen.
Watermelons, $5 a dozen.
Muskmelons, $3 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
Apricots, 10 cents pr pound.
Cherries, $1.75 per crate.
Plums, three boxes for 25c
String beans, 6c a pound.
Parsnips, 76c per Back.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c
Onions, 3c per pound.
Green' onions, 25c doz.
Beets, per lb, lc.
New Potatoes, lc per pound.
Garlic1 :2 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock anJ Peultry.
Chickens, benn, per doz.r fJ,6Q to
Turkeys, per lb., lOe.
Geese, ner doz.. $9.
Spring chlckenB, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, par doz., $3.76.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 20c in trade.
Butter, 25c and 60c per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc
Cows, per hundred, $3.103.25.
Hogs, live, $6.
Hogs, dressed, 8c.
Calves, dreBsed, 89c.
Pendleto.. Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mpcba and Java, best, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
giades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 15c per lb.
Rice Best bead ripe, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3ti per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $6.26
per sack; do., 16 lbs., $1.
Salt Coarse, Jl per 100; table,
?2.50 per 100.
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's $3.25 per bbl.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Portland, Aug. 21. Sheepskins
Shearlings. 1620c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 30C0c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry Hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515c per pound; dry kip,
kip, No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry
calf, No. 1, under 5 pounds. 10c; dry
salted bulls, and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers,
sound, 60 pounds and over, 89c;
50 to 6J pounds, 78c; under 60
pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bulla,
sound, 6g5c; kip, sound, 16 to 20
pounds, 7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14
pounds, 7c; calf, sound, under 10
pounds, 8c; green, (unsalted), lc per
pound iess; culls, lc per pound less:
horse hides, salted, each J1.502:
dry. each, $1S1.50; colt's hides, each,
2550c; coat okins, common, each,
3015c; Angora, with wool on, each,
Pelts Bear skins as to size. No. 1.
each, $5020; cubs, $26; badger,
each, 1040c; wildcat, 25050; house
cat, 510c; fox, common gray, each,
3050c; do red. each, $1.502; do
cross, each, $56; do silver and
black, each, $1000200; fisher, each,
S5G; lynx, each, $23; mink, strict
ly No. 1, each, 50c$1.50; marten,
pale pine, according to size and color,
$1.502; muskrats, largo, each, 6
10c; skunk, each, 4050c; civet or
polecat, each, 510c; otter for large
prime skins, each $57; panther,
with lysad and claws perfect, each,
$23; raccoon for large prime, each.
30 50c; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each. $3.505; wolf, prairie.
(coyote), without head, each, 3035c;
woivorlne. each. $47; beaver, per
skin, large. $66: do medium. $34;
do small, $11.50; do kits, 6075c.
Earl T. McArthur has Just been ap
pointed to take charge or the Lapwal
Indian school and. agency,' at Spald
ing, Idaho,, . . ,
Kind That Made Kansas Famous.
Does Well In West
Turkey-red wheat, tho kind that
mado Kansas famous, has been Intro
duced into the Walla Walla valley,
says the Union, and It Is hoped by
those who were instrumental in
bringing it hero that next season will
witness a largo number of fields pro
ducing it. It is a variety that la
strongly productive on tho lighter
land and 90 acres on the farm of
Fred Coyle yielded 40 bushels to tho
acre this year. It is essentially a
winter wheat and must ho planted in
the fall. Dement Brothers' Company
was instrumental in securing the trial
of grain here.
Turkey-red wheat will give a better
yield to the acre on tho lighter lands
than does the bluestem of tho Walla
Walla valley. It is a grain that re
quires less moisture than bluestem,
and for that reason is better adapted
to the land upon which it Is advocat
ed to be planted. On tho soil of less
er density In this county it will pro
duce 40 bushels where bluestem
would only bring 30. That is tho
claim of those who have tried it and
who claim they know whereof they
While Turkey-red is a new wheat
in the Walla Walla valley it is by no
means an experiment. It has been
grown in different parts of the United
States for a number of years and al
ways with excellent resultB when
I properly seeded and planted on
ground suitable to its nedp. It would
not yield, well on tJi? lioftYlP1" loam
land of tho foothills, but on tho Eure
ka flat and lower Touchet farms it Is
claimed to work far better than either
club or bluestem.
Turkey-red must bo seeded in tho
fall and permitted to rest in tho soil
throughout tho winter, otherwise It
will not head. It cannot bo sown in
the spring and bring forth a crop.
The stalks will fail to head and die
down, to spring up again the next
year and produce bountifully. This
has been learned from experiments.
Those who have tried the new grain
in this section express themselves as
highly pleased with the results
LA GRANDE'S STREtT EAIR'
It Will Open September 22,
Promises to Be a Success.
The executive committee of tho La
Grande street carnival met Wednos
day evening. While the soliciting
committee has not visited many that
tney will within tho next few davs
they feel confident that they will bo
able to secure tho required amount
and they have set the date of tho fair
to commence on Monday, September
22 and continue throughout tho entire
week. They also set aside $1500 to
be awarded In premiums for tho best
display of agricultural exhibits, full
details of which will bo arranged
Several strong attractions have al
ready been secured and several more
are now being negotiated for.
This is La Grande's first attempt
in this lino and nothing is being left
unuuiiv lo raaiie it a complete suc
cess In every particular. Liberal cash
premiums are offered to secure a dis
play of tho products of this county,
it ib tno intention to combine the
features of so-called fruit fairs with
other attractions. La Grande Obi
Republicans of New Mexico.
Albuquerquo, N. M.. Auir. 22. In
compliance with tho call of chairman
Prank A. Hubbell, tho members of
tho republican territorial central
committee gathered hero today to
confer regarding tho date and place
ror holding tho territorial convention.
Opinions expressed by sovoral of the
committeemen indicate a sentiment
in favor of holdliiK the convention
In Ilaton, probably the first week Ju
Cattlemen Not Anxious to Sell,
Cattle-buyers have been in tho city
and country for seveial days, but
most of the cattlemen do not seem
particularly anxious to sell at pres.
ent. Wallowa Chieftain.
1 tin 1Be
2 tlitiM 20o
1 wek SOo
Extra lines: .10 cento each
FOR SAM? TWENTY UOOH I.OD0INO
house; furnished; will bs sold at a brln;
It will py you to look Into this offer. Address
"B," crt Bast Orcgonlatr,
FOH8AI.K OR TRADE WII.L8KLLOUTR ADR
(or property Uere, 80 acres of Uml S miles
soutnwest oi ine usuos, ureRwu. Auuren
William Isbell, SIS Terklns Ave., reudleton,
FOR SALE OA80LINB ENGINE. WITH
pipes, tanks and fittings, ready to oper
ate, Bvs to six horse power. Economical
In the use of fuel. Irlcs $250. East Ors-
conlan oOlcs. Pendleton.
FOR SALE AT THE EABT OREOONIAN
offlee, large bundles of newspapers, cos
tatnlng over 100 big papers can bs at
tained for SB cata a susdls.
BAIIRITT METAL, HRBT IN TIIB
world, In bars. Tries fl per bar, at tht
East Oragonlan nflca
OLD NBWSI'Al'WKii TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or ror wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In lance
bundles of 100 each at 25 cents at bundle
at tho EAST ORROONIAN office, Pendle
STRAYED FROM PASTURK-RAY OKI.OINO,
black poiuti; 5 yoiiri out; weigni ioui ran;
branded "A I." on right bin; small "lit In right
ear. Ten dollar reward will bo paid for horse
or Information lending to recovery.
O, K. Mc
uicuan, rrnuicion, ure.
WOOD BAWING, CONTRACT WOllK-A. 11.
Btephem. Ilcariqunrtors at Grays Harbor
Commercial Co. null Neuman's Cigar 8tore.
Telephones Blaok 121 and Main 02.
GENERAL REPAIR BnOP. WEIUI BT.,
West of Hotel Eastern. All kinds of re
pairing done at reasonable prices, nicy
clcs, gun and machine repairing a special
ty. Simmons & Rolln, proprietors.
HORSES TO PARTURK TIMOTHY, ORCHARD
and brume granges: coon pnituro: plenty or
running water. Terras reasonable. W. B. Kot
EELLAR nROr.iEHB, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a special
ty. Estimates furnished free. Work guar
anteed. Lcave oraers at usaiey tan
ner's cigar store. Main Bt.,. P. O. bos 10.
MI6S MINNIE h. tioritt, GRADUATE NURHK,
209 Turk street. Telephone No. Black sat;
calls day or night promptly responded lo,
BUnBCRIRERB TO MAGAZINES, IF YOU
want to subscribe to magailnes or news
nanera In the United HtatM or EuroD.
remit bv noatal note, check, or send to the
EABT OREGONIAN the net publisher's
price of the publication you desire, and wa
will have It sent you and assume all the
risk of the money being lost In the malls.
It will save you both trouble snd risk. If
you are a subscriber to the East Oregon
Ian, In remitting yon can deduct 10 per
cent rrora me puDiisner-s price. Aaaresv
EAST OKJCUOMAN PUII. UQ.i Pfndl0tv
To Extend a Railway,
Amarlllo, Toxas, Aug. 23. Prepa
rations will bo put under way within
tho next few wooks for tlto extension
of tho Clioetaw, Oklahoma & Gulf
southwest from this city to Tecum-
secar, Now Mexico, a dlHtanco of
about 135 miles. Tho extension will
form a connection at TecumHccara
with tho EI Paso lino of - tho nock
island and will givo a now direct
route hotween El PaHo and points in
western Mexico and California, nnd
And BuppoHitorics will
not, positively can not
do more than relievo
Tt reciiilres an Internal
remedy to romovo tho
cause and effect a per
Auk your drugget for
Dr. Perrin's booklet on
A PlnmlurJ ItYiiii-rfy, kI1 I nun.
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MEN AND WOMEN.
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Oh JU f or ii n n t url
tfcharmij.il) Uamiuation a.
IrriUllou" oi ulcerations
tUfUiaiua. CI uiucuus mciuLt.uai.
f FrtrtoU CouiAilm. PkluleMi. aud nut anttUs
llHfEvjutdHEMiCaiCa. soot or poUunou.
Circular aot on rujuosC
ad restores small weak organs!
reason sufferers ore not I
ODpfDKNK the only kiiowVi
awVl 1 Ea.
aiaiuit nnrH liv rtMlAwil.l.....M. . . ... ... .
only known VZnZsJ
tooclven anil inn7..;; F;..n,r..iy.tyS"i.
mall. Sena to, -yniH freular an tM.fflSSIi'iS"00
Aaarou 1A VOX. MKinVlNV CO.. pTontox
SOLD BY TALLMAN &. CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREON.
week; 25 cento a line per meneh.
nsrART Tlmo Sohcdttlo Aaatva
roa Kmm Pendleton raoM
Chicago Bait Lake, Dearer, ft
Portland Worth. Omaha, Kan
Hpcclal City, Bt. Loulu, 8 KM a, am.
tii)r. in. Chicago and Eait.
ington, Atlantto Bait Like, Denver. Ft.
Kzpresa Worth, Omaha, Kan-
6:tfa m. rim city, Bt. Louts, 11:10 p. at.
vlalluut- Chicago and East.
nt p. n i Walla Walla,Lewlston,
Fast Mall Pone, Wallaco
BiV7m Pullman, Mlnneapo .-,-
aana-m, iu hi. Paul, Duluth,
Spokane. fifiSg Ch,c'g0
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub
Ball every i days.
SttnYsr Co,uwbU 1UTer 4P.,
8:00 p in. To Astoria and Way Sunday
10:00 p m. 1
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette ana
Yamhill Itlvcr points.
i6 a. m.
Riparla to Low ti ton
F. F. WAM8LKY, Agent, l'eadlatos.
it vu vw tui
Chicago, Bt. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
PortlsBd aad polata
ea the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Bun days al
Arrlvo Pendletou Monday, Wednesday aa4
Friday 12:66 tun.
Arrive I'undleton Tuesday. Thiiradav i
Saturday lo M in.
Leavo Walla Walla dally, caat bound, 93)0 psa.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west buuud, 6:00aBa.
For Information regarding rates and access
modatlons, call on or address
W. ahahh, Agent,
8, B, OALOKKIIKAD, Q. V. A.,
napft wtuia, wain,
Pullman Sleeplhg Cars,
lileguut Dining Ciirs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TO GRAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all point East and South
Thiough tickets to Japan and China, via
Tacoaia and Northern Pacloo Htsasslilp &.
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