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-inMS AND TRADE8. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
-TSwicn IN JUDD
t hntirfl. IU 10 J-
-TT nsPAIN BLOCK,
"rtu Te troumes. cow
"'Tad Impaired tearing,
fitted for reiraciifc
. d?.i Bunk. Telephone
".7i.l,nn. Main .1U1
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dnif ii rkrvu v . - . ---
ifADWS nOOM IT AB80C1A.
, buck 101
i.kim vn par. none
Phrrtnir nil! I nciTUua uiocmuct
OUCO Out DIWi wl n.-fc-
pirvrrr.N and SUr
JU tfl UOlPiil" lilWWI fwtviisawsev
fjAJ DUiiuiHft. v.v. ---
4.immau Thomson street
IirOUAN. DENTIST. UFFIUK IN
I'Dune reu u
nEVTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
Hock OTer Schmidt's new drug
nut red -7i
.tin n 1 1 ll
HOWARD, AKCniTKCT AND 8U-
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3r BUK'MU&O 111 VUt VI. Wl VUIM-
17 Jnda ouiiamg.
UMATILLA TENT. NO. 27. K. O. T. M,
Meets In Secret Society .hall, second and
lourm mesaays in eacn montu. All visit
Ing Sir Knights cordial! Invited. J. S
Kee. Record Keeper; K. D. Eatabrook,
PBNDLETON LODGE, NO. S2, A. F. AND
a. m., meet urst and third Mondays of
eucil uiuuiu. laning nrprnrpn w rnmi.
j . j i wceuy. . Mi ; joe II. rarkea. Sec.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T.
Taylor, II. I F. P. Wamsler. aecretarr.
uiww bccohu ana lourtn rnaays or each
it.ouiu in Masonic nan.
DAMON LODOE. NO. A. KNIOIIT OF
I'ythlas. L. W. Held. C. C. ! n. w.
i-ictcncr. it. or it. ana s. Meeta
Aionoay in secret oociety nail.
MOOHRN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.'
Ttltutlla CamD. No. 0300. Meet, flmt
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
f ellows' hall. Ueorce A Hamblln. Con
sui ; u. a. ucuuinj, uierK.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD ItEQULAU
meetings or I'end eton Camn. No. 41. w.
of W. ore hold In Secret Socletr hall erer
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
niways welcome, j i . walker, Clerk; A.
Owen, C. C,
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO f.27, WOMEN OF
nooncrnii. meois every riiaaj evening at
Hendrlx nail. All vislllnir nnlrthhrim .re rnr.
dially Invito l to atten.l Mtsnle Bllllman,
uunruinn giKimor; .v.i rificner, uieric.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JODD
IIAILKV & LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Despaln Itlock.
RALLERAY & McCODRT, LAWYERS, AS
II. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
room!) 7 and 8, Association building.
CARTER & RALET, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Ofoce In Savings Hank building.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
Office In Association Block.
i COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
ijt Work a specialty. rromnt
HDp ua Uluu airci.k ucai uaiu.
rir rn vrn a prn ti Avn nriir.n.
w MRiinf vii Hfnn wans. tttc.
I It List uregonian ouice.
E. D. UOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
L n. UEEDElt, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STILLMAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association
HE HAD A REASON
Tommy 1 don't believe In Santa C1HU3 any more
Sundn; -School Teacher Why not"
Tommy The instalment man took th e wjc m 1 trot at Xmaa yuterday.
T IS SCARCE
JAPAN MILLERS BUYING
IN PORTLAND MARKETS.
.. .nn.mnsin. i r-. r. Tt IR 11 1? V Wi , V ATTfl RTi KV.AT.1.A W f'fl ! .
. .. ,i .R I ....I. linn I 1GUIIUUH HUU lIlSUrttllL'C. Ulllll 1U A U. UUUU
HILAR. PLABTHltlMU UJli-
hnLhti frix. Work guaranteed.
1 it llldiey anu tenner cipor
I 31, Y- V. DOT 1US.
BANKS AND BROKER8.
NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA,
CiDlUl, 30,uuu; surpiua anu
l.Vm lnturelt on time ueuosiu.
! fcnim and domestic excbauci.
ni nrN mini i j. nir. TKf uicsi
t L. Harnett, Wr . v. a, i
rAr.Mr.US hank Of ffBBioa,
Oregon. Hoes a general bank-
G A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T.
u u. uniir, j. r ltugore, uoucri
M. . rroeosiei
PEiDLnON SAVINGS BANK.
(Will JJ0.000 surnlua. f 90.000 :
i iiorea od limp nfvnoHitn. fix-
Mt;si ina 'oki on all principal
ritual aucuiiou given to coi
W I. Fornlali. nrealdent: J. N.
rttrpniiaent; T J Morris, cashier ;
-!oe', isslitant cashier
.1AII0.NA' hank nr pr-vnr.n.
u, 170.000: sum us. $03,000.
I Cenrsl hflnklnc. hnnlr.Kaa TIy.
) KlezrtDhlc trnnufcrs nl1 nn
mnclsco. New York and
(aU In the Northwest Drafts
iiuu,, japan and Europe. Makes
on reasonable terms. Levi An-
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,ltlde. CIIRhUp? TT W InhniATi
217 I'flfTDT CTDVWT
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It. J. SLATKR, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JHDD
BILLY KRASSIO. BARBER SHOP AND
bath roomi, Main street, throe doors north of
uoioi i. ueorgo. Tirti cms: service.
NEW TONEOUIAL PARLORS, COURT ST ,
rnreo aoors wesi oi uoiuen kuio iioiei. j,
n Pace, Prop. Fliat claw Workmen, every
thing clean, all modern Improve nents.
PATTON'S SANITARY BARBER SHOP, DE8
pain block. Court street ; bi at workmanship ;
all tne modern improvements ; au toois sicrn
Ized, bath rooms In connection.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PUOTOORA
pber of the city. Harvest views, In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St, near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT mND SHOE REPAIRING.
1.7 OltUENAWALD. "THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker, First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of DIndtnger
Wilson St CO.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Best material naed
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE8.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
Stable, M. J. Carnev, proprietor, tor tine
turnout!, stable 118'Alta street,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C.
Dresser, Prop., Old Semple Stable, 723 Cotton
wood street; carolul attention given to horses
ioit wun us.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. 14. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Tendleton. 'Fhon main 101.
OllEOON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
nrnn. Nnrifti cant civen to norses lect
with me. Lower Webb street, "Phone
i- i tr t. ii ii in i sc i r i.i rri
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,0001!
ISftlla Dnnln D,,l.l... a.l. and lltnn 47m
1 u ti j i I UVIVIVUS, SLUUnDj UUIIU0 WilM w.wii . v.
Cash op Future Delivery
1 Buvernment. munlelnnl nd mlRnnllnnnnns snt-urities. uwn-
rung tne most extensive urivate wire system In the world we
,..6o ut BHiiiii uruers more nromnuv ana sauBiuciurj wou
nwA nn Ah on
1A I Ml. 1 . .
till tAhA tr.. - m ,. . .... - nfA.
-vm ;uu uur hook or Mrnriflrira flni nfliiv rviarKPr ireo. write
'lift.. niuiunai ana oiaio uinK8.
i. ,vnu ntrERENCE: Pendleton Savings Bank.
. . .. ... .
01 the nHn filial vrtmn n,A AUlnfl t 4t - XTnTiwsf InMiifMnc
VW1AA. fUIlITIftn. T?lfvv!11n TlAvfnn Wl1n Wnllo UniAW PpniilA-
- VUUer COnStrilMInn t TJrtrHorwi rnAM,m. Cftntftn WPtr nd
.If OAll I ...
n( n( nnivo&iii itgiuiiii mmiyvi,
- " KIce, Room 4, Awoclatlon Block. 'Phone Main S&t.
0. MAJOR. Local Mahagp j
Amount on Hand Will Be Very Light
After This Month and the Local
Mills Will Need the Remainder
Unusually Wide Territory Covered
Portland, Jan. 7. Exporters en
gaged In the distribution of bread-
stuffs are this season covering a
ider tenltory than ever Before.
Throughout, the season they have
b.en shipping steadily to Europe,
Africa. Chii.a, Japan, Siberia, Austra-
la, New Zealand and South America,
and a few booked for shipment to
nhitl, in the South Seas. The de
mands of the Orient have up to the
resent time been confined to flour
ut now Japan Is In the Portland niar-
et as a purchaser of wheat, and the
steamship Indranura. sailing next
week, will take out" a consignment
of about 25,000 bushels of Walla
Walla wheat for a Kobe miller.
January shipments of -wheat and
flour to all ports will be much heavier
than was thought possible a month
ago. This is due to the recent charter
of several spot or nearby ships. Uiv
less, however, there Is something
wrong with the estimates for the 190'.
crop, the wheat business after Febru
ary 1 will he of much smaller pro
portions than usual, although the
flour trade may be depended on to
hold up to last year's proportions,
and may exceed them for the remain
der of the season.
January shipments (flour Included)
from Portland will approximate 1,
900,000 bushels, and from Puget
Sound 1,700,000 bushels. Of this
amount, 1,500,000 bushels will go out
as wheat from Portland, nud the re
mainder as flour.
From Tacoma and Seattle, the ship
ments will be approximately 900,000
bushels of wheat and 170,000 barrels
of flour. These shipments will bring
the January total from Oregqn and
Washington up to about 3,C15,000
bushels. The shipments for the first
six months of the season from Port
land and Puget Sound were (flour In
cluded) 17,322,619 bushels.
The January shipments will swell
remainder of the season. The amount
of wheat required for feed and home
consumption in the three slates is
about 9,500,000 bushels. This, added
to the amount already shipped, will
sccount for over 30,000,000 bushels
of the crop. From that remaining on
hand, the mills must secure a suffi
cient amount to keep them running
until well into September, very little
new wheat being available before
The Question of the use of the famllj
coat of arms vexes the American very
seriously. Originally nil book plates
were heraldic. That was In an age
when people generally could not read
and when the blazon of each family, at
shown on wearing apparel or small be
longings, was us well known and quick
ly distinguished as an autograph oi
photograph today. In the main, it Is
safe to advise Americans not. to use
coat' armor on their book plates. The
uncertainty of the actual right tc nrmi
and the extreme eUtllculty of getting a
drawing that one knows Is undeniably
correct in every detail ure strong rea
sons against its use. Heraldry Is too
exact a science to admit of liberties,
and It is no small achievement to draw
the coat of nrms with absolute correct
ness nnd yet with artistic feeling.
Though It is not very generally prac
ticed, It Is legal to copyright the book
plutc design. At least two plates are so
protected In this country. This would
seem to leave a door open for those who
wish to secure for themselves n per
sonal distinguishing mark, a quasi-
heraldry, for the drawing may be in
heraldic form as well as In any other.
Wmilcd Crnde Eg-gs
"Bring mo crude eggs, shredded
wheat biscuits und a glass of milk,"
said the man on the Boston boat,
"Yes, sab," replied the waiter. "What
kind of algs was them, sab.?"
"Yes, snh; yes. Bah." repeated the
man, walking away with a perplexed
expression. Shortly he returned. "We
ain't got them algs, sab, but we's got
'em boiled, fried, poached an scram
bled, very nice, Bab."
"No, no," protested the Boston man.
"I want them crude, raw."
"Oh," gasped the waiter, "you want
'em raw 5"'
Having brought them, the waltei
BOARD AND LODQING.
KMPIRB LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Conrt and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable bed.
Rates 25c and 50c a night The. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNRR ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the dav or week.
Oood table set Rates $4 and $3 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
TflC ST. OEOROK RESTAURANT RECJU
lar meals cents. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A. Oldlather, Prop.
THE STRA1ION ROOMING HOUSE 1S MAIN
street, Mrs II. K Cooper, Prop. Krerjlh'nt
new ana strictly Bnt class. Rles 25c, SOo and
l per day.
LODQINO AND HOARDING HOU.K; ROOMS
f.ir lodgers and light housekeeping, E. V.
SuU van. proprietor. Colt nwcod street, next
to Wheeler's Thoto Gallery.
and union pacific
THE WIHTK LODGING 1IODSE, 301 SOUTH
Main street Mrs. Mary Williams, Prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comlortabto rooms and clean, well kept
beds. Lodging v cents.
CABS AND CARRIAGES,
RUBBKR TIRE HACK, NBW AND VEUY
lates style, tor the service of tb nnhllc.
C. D. Carlln and Jas. 8. McKay, props. Call
at mo commercial nverv siaoie or tele
phone main 161 and the hack will call for
CITY CAB LINE, KRWIN BAKRR, PROP.
Telephone Main 791 Olllce nnd waiting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank Bldg.
DR. G. W. VACGHAN, GRADUATE OF THE
Ban Francisco Veterinary College; calls at
tended to dtv or tilffht. Office nt Dennt
Stables; phone Red til.
'OPI5LAND 4. SON FOR WO HAT RACKS.
Cheapest and best In town, S14 Webb St
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INES8.
J.M.BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
snd most reliable fire and arcldent Insur.
anee companies. Office with Hartman Ab
JOE H. PARKBS, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Opera bouse block ;Iand office bus
iness, such aa filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. 8. LAND COM
mlsstoner Specialty made of land filings
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room 10.
Dinar Tltno Sahodtito I Akaivi
roa From I'untlleton j raoM
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The East
8:10 am 8:00 a.m.
Chicago Chicago Special No. 2 Portland
5-w pot 8:iopns
' ' I
Portland Mall and Express No.S The Bast
lMim ' lltlia
The Knst Mall and Etpress No.a PorlUnsl
4:50 am 4:(Sam
Pendleton l'aisnger Spokane
No. 7 S:l5pm
Spokane Spokane PnSenger
!i:l5am No. S
Pendleton Branch i . .
Mixed Train No, 41 lpm
-nit Walla Walla Branch
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub-
Sail every ft days.
" Dally '
Sunft'y Columbia River 4j06
8:00pm. To Aatorta and Way Sunday
io p. 111. i
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
r 8 MERRILL. SPOKANE. WASn.
Agent New Densmore. Second hand type-
liters, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and aold. Court St.,
Opera bouse block. Call and aee him.
Innkpil nn pnrlniislv while the muE
the total- for the season to February broke the yollS of the cgg8 ovcr tjje
1 to 20.937,000 bushels. The crop of shrndded biscuit and stirred the whites
the three states is pretty generally
estimated at well under 40,000,000
bushels,- some authorities placing it
as low as 85,000,000 bushels,. Admit
ting that it will reach 38.000.000
bushels, It Is already apparent that
there- will be but a small .amount
available for export as wheat after
Flour engagements for the next two
months have been heavy," and promise
to hold up to good proportions for the
shredded biscuit nnd stirred the whites
up In the milk. "Dot's one of dem
food cranks," reported the waiter to
the next table. New York Press.
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN 8F.COND
hand 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 street
NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS BOUGHT
and Fold; pawn brokers; money advanced on
all kinds of articles. Waters t Sherry, props.,
"83 Cottonwood street
bTAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 038 MAIN ST.;
it you neea neip or seek employment can on
us. Phone Main 1011
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
'stage oi wator permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill River points.
4 s a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlston
F. F. WAM8LEY, Agent, Pendleton.
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT, Ex
perienced sienograpuer. Aaaress a., care
WANTED-YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
cards, wedding Invitations, etc; 100 engraved
vlsltlne cards with elate. SIM! additional
cards In future, Si per hundred. The East Or-egonlan.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice Is hi-rebv elven that bv virtue of a
chattel mortgage, dated August J27, 1902, exe
cuted by II. C. Guernsey to C. II. Wade, cash
ier, securing tbe payment of tho promissory
note described therein, ol even date therewith,
for 1600.00, due ninety days alter Its date, ler
Interest at 8 per cant per annum from date,
which chattel mortgago Is given upon tho one
half undivided Interest In and to 70 head ol
stock cattle, branded on the right hip and
right side W, somo being branded In one
place and some In the other, and also covering
other personal property particularly described
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11)02. at nase 241 of volume (5 of tho Records ol
Chattel Mortgsge In tho office of the Recorder
oi L.onveTsnces oi umauiia uouniy, uregnn,
tbe conditions of said chattel mortgage bavins'
been violated by the maker thereof and said
promissory note being still unpaid; therefore,
thesaldC. II. Wade, cashier, has taken nos
session of the following deerlbed rerrdnal
property, mentioned in said chattel mortgage,
1 Save Money and Your Eyesight
By Using tho J5
Perfected Match Lighter
Gasoline Gas Lamp
The PERPEOTED Mn read, fit
uy ne ugDiea wun a paiior mi
It gives 10 times the light ft
of a common krroscn lamp fit
at ball the expense an- care.
It has a Nickel-Silver gen.
eraior which does not seal"
irom me action oi neat, ana in
clog tbe tip, as brass does. in
We havo Match Lighting M
Lamps Irom (3.75 up. m
Write for circulars and )i
STEWART & GRANT 1
Inventors & M'l's
4U Third St ,
brands aas and
uoiecaje ana re-
Tree That Turns to Stone.
Thero Is a tree that grows In Mexico
called the "chljol," or stone tree. It le
of enormous proportions, both In cir
cumference and height It has a num
ber of branches spreading out widely
nnd carrying leaves of a yellowish
green color. The wood Is extremely fine
nnd easily worked lu a green Btate, It
is not given to either warping or split
ting. The most remarkable thing about "PJ ";"ll'1,r, Jh Nurtheast qnarter
to-wit: 70 bead of stock cattle branded W.
some on right hip and right side (being all oi
the nronertv mentioned fherpln whle.h h
could discover), aril will sell ilie one undivided
ball Interest In and to said 70 had of cattle at
i , I .! r, .H.lln,, . I, , . ... .nAl.,A .,.l..b
noon, on tbe 12tb day of January, 1003. at antf
Chicago, Bt. Paul, Bt. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland And points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 11:25 pm.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday OSS am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound, 11 ua) pm.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, 8:46 am.
For Information regarding rates and accom
modations, call on or address
8, B. CALDERHEAD, G P. A.,
nana ivaua, vi am.
It Is that after being cut the wood
gets gradually harder, and In the courBt
of a few years It is absolutely petrified
whether left In the open air or burled
In the ground. From this timber bousec
can be built that would In a few years
upon tbe ranch of Steve Hampton, at the dwel
rth and Ilanre
W East of tbe lllamette Meridian, In Umatilla
County, Oregon, to the highest bidder for rash
In hand, the proceeds of slid a!e to be applied
to tbe narznent of the amount dne on said
p.omlnory note and the wis and expenses of
sale, Including reasonable attorneys' fees.
Dated January 2, 18901
O. a, wajib, ""ashler, Mortgagee.
I,,.,,,,,.. nnmi.lBlnlv tlrpnrnnf nnrl wnnld1 ? -7.
uvvuw ...... a, yfl THUII,
last as though built of stone.
and Acenl of Morteairee.
I'ARTER & RALEY, Attorne)s.
. BUBSCRIHERB TO MAOAHINF.S, IF YOU
want to subscrlh tu magazines or nrwa
papers In the United Slates nr Kuropt, re
ar senoj to tne
3 V J J.
5 '"j tall.
Agents wanted In every town lu U. 8, Q
Did you add any now material to Ty ZITX.
the pavements of Hades New Year's, kast ohf.gonh. the
When tho New York policemen price of the publication you desire, and , and American Hue,
nnvn n'ntlilnir nliin in iln tlinv en nnd ,ve WI" Bu" 11 B:ul a'") assume an
nao notniDg e se to uo they go ana t(ie rl(k f tlle mou ie o,t , th
arrest Mascagnl for something. j mll,g. ,t WU ,aT0 ,ou troabIt ad
The Kansas mob that lynched the rink If you are a subscriber to the East
wronc neero mav do lietfpr nftitr n Oregonlan, In remitting you can deduct
wrong negro may io ueuer anor a ,0 ccnt from tbe tfnmMit.T-t .,rU.t
little more practice. I Address kast ouhgonjan itii ro
Tlio ladles of the Schwab family Pendleton. Oregon.
pre worrying the neighbors with the
costly strains of a $10,000 piano.
Those who dream that sort of
dreams may be Interested in tho fact
that hops have gone up to 20 cents
a pound. Denver Post.
Pullman Sleeping Girs,
Elegant Dining Girs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
f BP. PAUL
TO: GRAND FOKKB
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all polnta East and Bouth
through tickets to Japan and China, via
jauoma aim urmvru racinc oieamioip lisi.
Trains leave Pendleton dally except Buaiai
at TM P. m.
For further Information, time cards, man
and tickets, cell oa or write W, Adams. Pea.
dloton, Oregon, or A, I). CHARLTON,
Third and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or.
Mr, Drown Yes, Slader Is passion
ately fond of horses; but ho loves his
wife, too. Mrs, Drown He loves any.
thing he can drive. Boston Transcript.
Mormon BlehODe' Pills teen la uh etcr vt vcars ly ti. of ina Uwuioa
Chuich aa tuef Uldcl Tonuiti cuks Lt.t wacit cues fa sAi aiul yuuna- siuloif frota Om.U
of MlfAbute. diulpftUaa, cicesici, cr dKueuc-suoklAg.
potenoy, Lost Power. HlKht-Loeses, apermotprrhoe
n.aacK, tvn pesies, seminal Emissions.
niocuw. jLKar set uv-fiuuij' 1,1, s curt Is at Itaiw,
Cures Lost Mnnhqodi Im-
noes insomnia, ruini
K, rfarvouB ue
onB. LamA SBO
ur trrrm oom
nsKrlntl. fittmulilst rna hr.la sinii tit r a rmlfti. IjTl & iii. At iliuLv mill.
m wsMy itfiiisid wiit u;i. cucuisu ut, Addrooc, Ulsiiop ftomeUy cu.t San frttncltoo OaI
SOLD BY TAtLMAN & COv DRUGGISTO, PENDLETON, OREGON,