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Less Cat js and Societies
....anb AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
TT OFFICE IN J ODD
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W. troubles, catar
rh Impaired bearing.
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Meeta la Secret Society ball, second and
a . w - uvoua n III tlU UUUIU. AH TUIl
in r Clf kAiulttll. t aa, m v n
"to - ui.ai vviuiii7 hit lira, ,j. o.
Tbi.voo. offich over
itilepsooe, Msln Ml.
ItLD. II. D.. nOMEOI'ATHlu
rj.nrwnn. UOCe in uau
fjTTuu room IT ASSOCIA-
'....;.. main B31 : reel-
iool. Mick 161.
. oH!lp. eye. ear. nose
i tTT-.THS. OSTEOPATHIC
i-mmc and nervous dlseaaes
O'lce one oioc wi ui
rZratv PHYSICIAN AND BUR'
m .-,- -
dlteuei and dlsesses of wo-
FLm batidloK. corner Main and
Zrneie 'uhone main 721: Res.
t DUDES', GRADUATE NUBPE
kreeiN. DENTI8T. OFFICE IN
DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS-
Mock ortr Schmidt's new drug
Fart rtd 271.
ICTS AND BUILDERS.
ma architect and su-
past, nsses complete ana reus.
sSrsuliamgs in tne city or conn
I it jna ouiiaing.
rENDLETON LODGE, NO. 82, A. F. AND
a. ai., meets nrsr, ana toird Mondays of
rcu oiuaiu. tuning or in re n welcome.
i. j. .i-weeuy, . ii, ; joe n. farkrs. Sec.
rENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 28 T.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamsiey, aecretary.
una aecona ana lourtn t-Tiaaya or each
KDaia to uuoaic nau.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
Pythias. L. W. Held, C. C; B. W.
tietcner, n.. or iu and 8. ueeta erery
Atuaunx n oecreK aocieiy nail.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICAv
Tutnllla Camn. No. 630A. alfvta flr
ana tuira Monanya or eacn month at Odd
I'eiiow nan. ueorce A Hamblln. Ton.
oi ; u. a. iiooDini, ciera.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
mcetlnea or rendleton Camn. No. 41. W
of W. are held In Secret Society hall erery
Saturday ercnlnj. Visiting neighbors are
always welcome. J. i: waiter, ciera: A.
J Owen, c. C.
rEVDLETON CIRCLE .NO 271 WOMEN OF
Woodcralt, meets every Friday erenlng at
HtBdrlx Ilall. All Tllitlnc neighbors an cor.
aitur inniea 10 aiiena Minnie Hiiiiman.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JDDD
HAILEY A LOWELL. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Deapaln Block.
BALLERAT ft McCOURT, LAWYERS, AS
CARTER & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
aw. umce in HaTlnga Bask tralldlns.
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
, D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ill
H'COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
buDStes rnrnlanea on snort
,J4 Work a specialty. Prompt
i n Sins street near Main,
I CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
mna fnrnlsbed on all kinds
teaeat walks, atone walla, etc
i a Bit oresonian ooice.
IS. ARCHITECT AND SO
Boom IB. Association
IBLUI. rLASTERINQ AND CB-
Cesnt walka a apecuity. isa-
lakM tree, work snaranteed.
it Btdler and Zebner'a clear
I an sl, F. u. soz
MNKS AND BROKERS.
ksiTIOXAIi BANK OF ATHENA.
Caclul, t30,0UU; snrpius ana
llvjwl intrMt on lime ockkjbum.
s tttr. mfl domMtlc ezebaure.
i ptonptlj anenoea io. nvurj
. trMWtnf. T. 1. KVtk. rlce-preal-
ll L. Ptrnett, essUn: F B. Le-
IriKMEUS' BANK Of WESTON,
Ortpsu. Dow a eeneral bank-
csks. Eitntun oongnt ana sola.
rromotlr attended to. R.
. jraltot: George W. ProebateL
j. fi. Murore. casnier: di
.6 L Hirtmac. M. M. Johns, T.
ttt-CtSF, J. 1 Kllgore. Robert
, u. n. rrDecsieu
reroaros savings bank.
bl Oreron. Orcanlird March l.
QmKa,0OOi aurplas, SBO.OOO:
s vtntd n time deposits. Ex-
i tx&t us sold on all principal
ciu aiieuuon giren io coi
. j. tnnisii. president: J. N.
KCntMnt: T J Morrla, cashier:
, iuiant rainier.
IWttl.rn.000: snrpius. 103.000.
'iKoerai oansmg business. Ex-
i uifirapiuc trensrers sold on
, nanciac. New York and
I IB tbe Northwest. Drafts
, Japan ard Enrorje. Uakea
i reuonahle terms. Lerl An-
It! W F VH(Vt lca.nra1.
(Viar. cashier i H r Johnson.
217 COPBT TPT
rtrleUnt, dealera in 'elac
UOUae. atnrM wrirmA tnw.
Jf or telephones. Elec-
all kinds. Get oor price,
L. B..REEDER. ATTORNEY
R. B IlRYSu.V, ATTO RNBY-AT-LA W J COL
lectlona and Insurance. Office in E, O. building.
B. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JUDD
BILLY KRA83IQ. BARBER SHOP AND
bath rooms Main street, three doors north of
Hotel St. George. First class sei-rlee.
HEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST .
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel. J.
H. Pace, Prop. First class Workmen, erery
imng Clean, an modern lmproTemenia.
, Tllfc ltLAPON
lluyttr Is not an author, he's n 1m ip . . lmst
Kvory novel lie wrltt-s Iwcotnes-n uttifi i'ii' mmket.
THE BOYS ABROAD
SUPPLIES CONSUMED BY SOL
DIERS IN THE ORIENT.
PATTON'B SANITARY BARBER SHOP. BBS-
pain Diocc, uann sireei; dtsi worarmansm
all the modern lmproremenu; all tools tier!
lzed; bath rooms in connection.
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PUOTOQRA
pher oi tne city. Harreat news, in
dlan photos for sale. Finishing dona for
amateurs. Main St, near bridge. 'Phone
BOOT AND 8H0E REPAIRING.
L. QnUENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. Flrat-claas renatrlne with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
n nson ft uu.
JOHN WILSON, FIR8T-CLA8S SHOD-
maker and repairer. Best materia) used
ana gooa wore acme, nnop ill aiu or.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TBE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M. 1. Carney, proprietor, lor line
lurnoma. siaoie lis ah etreet,
LTVKBY, FEED AND BALES STABLE, A. C.
ureaser, I'rop , u;a sempie HiSDie, .li uotton
wood street; careful attention siren to horses
leu wun ua.
COMMERCIAL 6TABLES, O. M. FROOME
i'rop. L,ITery, reed and boarding. All
xlnds of turnouts. Competent drlrers. Op
posite uotel rendleton. mone main lol
OH EG ON FEED YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
prop, special care siren to norsea lert
with me. Lower Webb street "Phone
COPBLAND ft SON FOR WHEAT BACK8.
Cheapest and best In town, III Was Bt
TYPEWRITERS AND 8UPPLIES.
m a iftunoit r u tWi tr AW u.' 1 an
r O aUClUla4Ut U A UlaOHU. f AUftS,,
Xftnt New Dens more. Second hand tjft
5intr, icppues, reimiag, repaino
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 8300,0001'
!lt Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Lash or Future) Delivery
lovernment, municipal and miscellaneous securities. Own
uig the most extensive nrlvate wire system In tbe world we
'wcern r Sma" orders more promptly and satisfactory than
fcfew l le for more than the margin you place In trade. We
r'est tor rarrrlnir lone stocks
"8 REOIIIRCn t- . an .1
Jul. xv per uusiieii buichi, per ouaic.
"Hill. Tipr hlUhnl- itnnlra 1 1
jou our Book of Statistics and Dally Market free. Write
I 75 National and State Banks.
I'eCAL RPrroRM.i-. . .
-..bnuui renaieion savings tsann.
'tUfMt' B1?k ot Commerce Bulldlns. Minneapolis, Minn., Ex-
a .'.'"'tile tlrinxlnnl . j . .r i.i
wili Pkii H vuwud hud ciuea oi me noruiwcsi, luciuuiut
kulr? numan, Rltrrllle. Davtnn Wnlln Walla Unirrnr. Peadlc-
lc3r construction to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Brerett and
' If tAh a
IWr'5offlcM an open trade or aCC0"nt with us you can operate it
Pf" Office, Room 4, Association Block. 'Prion. Main 851.
0. MAJOR. Manager
Some Interesting Figures of the Com
missary Reports Bacon and Beans
Lead the Rations Tobacco and
Mineral Water Leading Luxuries.
If there is any busier man in the
orld than the depot commissary at
Manila it is hard to say who ho Is.
The recent report of affairs in the
Philippines for the year ended June
30 made by Major General A. B.
Chaffee. Includes the report of this
officer. Colonel C. A. Woodruff.
Dunne the year there was shipped.
issued and sold from his office, prop
eryt and roods to the value of $5,125,-
070.58. In the list was almost every
thing that anyone ever heard of.
Bacon and Beans.
Of course the regular food stuff9
head the HfL Of bacon there was 3.-
iz,5)4 pounds: of beans. 1.259.815 for
issue In addition to 380.17C -pounds in
cans; potatoes, 13,211.073 pounds:
sugar, 4,620,016 pounds; fresh beef,
(,dt.s,y30 pounds; coffee, 1.097,693
pounds; condensed milk, 2393,432
pounds, and so on throughout the list
or necessities. The government is
sued 9,238,990 pounds of ice.
Of the luxuries for the table there
is also a formidable list. These things
are found in the report: Corn, 336,461
cans; peacnes. 103,548 cans; prunes,
369,265 pounds; salmon, 1,153,157
cans; oysters, 105,809 two pound
cans; clam Juice. 11,894 pound cans:
soups, 182,139 cans; sardines, 102,275
boxes; tobasco sauce, 25,736 bottles;
Worcestershire sauce, 25,736 bottles;
tomato catsup, 48,200 bottles; sauer
kraut, 96,415 pounds; raisins, 41,140
pounds; plum pudding, 16,879 cans.
That the soldiers in the Phillnnlr.es
have friends at home Is shown by the
enormous amount of writing material
they use. The report tolls of the sale
of MIG.725 envelopes. 30.953 auires
and 58,361 tablets of writing paper.
34,241 pencils, 31,799 bottles of ink
and Ki3S gross of pens.
Cleanliness of the Army.
Cleanliness seems to be also one of
the virtues of the army. Tor the list
contains 411,237 cases of toilet soan.
64,255 towels and 8343 yards of towel
ing. There were also 34,450 handker
chiefs disposed of. There were only
2504 nail brushes used, but tooth
brushes seem to be more popular as
37,817 wens sold with 37.053 boxes of
tooth powder and soap. Shoe polish
Is popular in the Islands. 92,107 boxes
and bottles having been used. Shoe.
strings were used to the number of
Beer and liquors are of course not
cn the list because of the passage of
the anti-canteen law, but 286,708 bot
tles of ginger ale passed through the
commissary's department, as well as
77,041 bottles of apollnarls and 158,266
bottles of other mineral water.
Tobacco for Soldiers.
Tobacco is very popular in the
Philippines. Here ate some of the
figures: Cigars. 4,796,873; smoking
tobacco, 201,226 pounds; chewing to
bacco, 264,438; corn cob pipes, 16,032;
other pipes, 19,168.
To smoke all this tobacco as well
as to light lamps and -other things,
1,832,773 boxes of matches were used.
Of the sweets of life the officers
and soldiers may have their share.
During the year there was sold by the
commissary, 211,102 pounds of black
berry jam; 110,614 pounds of currant
jelly; 10,029 cans of marmalade; 105,
173 jars ot preserves and 230,658
pounds of candy, ranging in value"
from 5 to 50 cents per pound.
BOARD AND LODQINQ.
KMPIRR LODGING HOCBK, CORNKB OP
K. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Bates 2Se and 60c a nlfht. Thos. Smart,
UOTEL ALTA, COBNRB ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the dar or week.
Good table set Bates $4 and a per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
THE 8T. GEORGE RESTAURANT REGD
lar mea.li S cents. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A. Oldfether, Prop,
TBE STRAItON ROOMING BOUSE 613 MAIN
tteetMrs H. E. Cooper, Prop. Ererythlns
new and ttrtctlr first class. Rates e, SOc and
U per day.
LODGING AND BOARDING BOUSE! ROOMS
fiir lodgers and light housekeeping, K. V.
sulllran, proprietor. Cottnnwood street, next
to Wheeler's I'hoto Gallery.
TBE WHITE LODGING BOUSE, 301 SOUTH
Maln street Mrs. Marj Williams, Prop.
ITOUfekeeDlnff rooml anil lodrlnr mnmt.
Good comfortable rooms aud clean, well kept
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
BOBBER TIBH HACK, NEW AND VERY
late stria, for the aerrlca ot tbe Dnklle.
C. D. Carl In and Jas. B. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial llrery stable or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will call far
CITY CAB LINK, ERWIN RAKRH. TROP.
Telephone Main 791 oaico and waiting
room, Alia street, next to Savings Bank Bldg.
DR.O. W. VAUGHAN, GRADUATE OF THE
San Francisco Veterinary College: calls at
tended to dir or nleht. Office at Depot
Stables: phone Red til.
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE83.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDE8T
and most reliable fire and accident lnaur
ance companies. Office with Hartmsn Ab
amd union Pacific
JOB H. PARKES. OFFICE COTTONWOOD
Bt Opera house block iland office bus"
Iness, such as filing ot claims and initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN HAILEY, Jit.. U. B. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made ot land filings
and proof: Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room 1U.
GEORGE O'DANIEL, NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold, court Bt.
Opera house block. Call and see him.
Dsriar Time SolitvltiU isaira
roa From l'ondloton raox
Portland Fartland Ppeclal No. 1 The Kaat
8:10 am Srcoa.at,
Chicago Chicago Spetlal No. 3 Pottbu4
5 30 pa l-.IOpta
Portland Mall and Eipreaa No.5 The Baal
1:60 am liuaaa
The Bolt stall and Etprest No.6 Portland
4:50 am tusasa
Pendleton Paisenger SpokaM
No, 7 s'lApta
Spoksno Spokane r.nsenger
SllSam No. 8
Pendleton Branch .
Mixed Trslu No. 41 I Sw p as
r.-minm Walls Walla Branch
GiOOprn Mixed Trsla No. 42
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates sub-
SMP.B. rir&EEeo P. m.
Sail everr 5 dTt.
ffly Columbia Blrer iM
8:00 pm. To Astoria and War Sunday
10:00 p. in.
V. STROBLB. DEALER IN 8ECOND-
hand goods. If there is anything yon
nd In new or second-hand furniture.
stores, granite ware and crockery .call and
get his prices, No 212 Court street.
NEW AND 8ECONP-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold ; pawn brokers; money adranced on
all kinds ot articles. Waters t Sherry, props.,
32 louonwooa street.
Retail Tobacco Dealers a Unit,
"New York, Jan. 10. The Chicago
branch of the Retail Tobacco Dealers
Association, which was chiefly instru
mental In organizing the national
body of that name, has signified its
willingness to agree to any changes
in the constitution of the larger asso
elation, which the New York local as
sociation considers desirable. This
signifies that the movement will be
united throughout the country. In
stead of separating into Eastern and
Western branches as was at first
threatened. The provisions of tho na
tlonal constitution as they stand at
present give the government of the
organization almost entirely into the
nanus or the Chicago local assocla
tion. The New York association elect
ed delegates to tbe national conven
tion to be held in Chicago next week
but Instructed them to not pledge the
local association to Join the national
unless It were given reasonable reu
resentation on the board of directors
The delegation having received assur
ances that there will be no further
difficulty, tlie delegates will leave for
Chicago tomorrow. Advices received
show that the retull tobacco trade of
Philadelphia, Buffalo. Indianapolis,
Detroit and other cities invaded by
tne trust will also be well represented
at the Chicago meeting,
Keep :omp!aininK of the quality
of your butter? 1 here is only one
nd that is
40a per pound.
This butter is made at a private
airy and we take the entire out-ut.
North and South Meet.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 10. For the
nrst time In the history of the Metho
dist chuich, since the split that occur
led at the outbreak of the civil war
important committees from the
church North and the church South
have held a Joint meeting. This meet
ing was held in this city today, when
a commission of 11 members of the
church North, who have In prepara.
tion a new hymnal for the denomina
tion conferred with a similar commis
sion representing the church South
with a vjew to bringing about the
adoption of the same book for both
branches of the church. The general
impression is that a compromise will
be made and some of the best hymns
of the two blanches be placed In the
Will Deliver Railroad.
Oioat Falls, Mont., Jan, 10. To
morrow is the dato set when tho
Gieat Falls & Canada railroad Is to
bf officially turned over to tho Oreat
Northern Railway Company. The
liiune of the line wll be changed to
tho Oieat Northern & Montana.
Through the acquisition of this road
President J. J. Hill, of tho Oreat
Northern will tap tho vast coal depos
its in tiie Crow's Nest fields and se
euro fuel for the linns of the Northern
"I'm afraid brother didn't enjoy
ills Christinas dinner," said the Jlitle
girl. "lie seemed to cat heartily."
"Yes, but he wasn't as sick as usual
next day." Washington Star.
8POONEUOBE. THB EMPLOYMENT AGENT
and Messenger man. II you want employ
ment or help, or reliable mciienger lervlco at
all hours, call on him, 220- Court St., Phone
WUtamotto It Ivor.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
'tege ol water permitting) for Willamette an4t
Yamhill Rlrer points.
4:03 a. m.
Rtparla to Lewliton
F. F, WAM8LEY, Agent, Pendletoa.
L.,an VlinlnVIl?U fWtnV fi.tO ll.tU DT
It you need help or seek employment call on
us. rnone Main iuii.
WANTED SITUATION AS COOK OR TO DO
any kind of housework by experienced
umnaman. Auaress jung jacs, uare ni
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT, EX-
periensea stenograpner, Aaaress 0., care
CHATTEL MORTGAGE 8ALE.
Notice Is hereby given tbat by virtue of a
lattel mortgage, dated August 27. 1902. exe
cuted by II. C. Guernsey to 0. B. Wade, cash
ier, securing the payment of the promissory
note described therein, of errn date therewith.
for S800.O0, due ninety days alter its date, bear-
interest at s per cent per annum irom aate,
which chattel mortzae- Is given unon the one-
hsll undivided Interest In and to 70 bead of
stock cattle, Dranaca on tne rigni nip and
rlarht side W. some being branded In one
place and some In the other, and also covering
other personal property particularly described
inerein, snn was ouiy recoraeo on August ct,
180-2. at rare 211 of volume it of the Records of
Chattel Mortgage! In the office of the Recorder
of Conveyances of Umatilla County, Oregon,
tbe conditions of said chattel mortgage baring
been vlolsted by tbe maker thereof and sslil
promissory note being still unpaid; therefore,
the ssld C. B, Wade, cashier, lias taken not.
session of the Jollowlnr de.erlbed r-erronal
property, mentioned In said chattel mortgage.
lo-wlt: 70 head of stock cattle branded W,
eon riant bin ana nxnt iae (being an 01
tho property mentioned therein which he
halt interest In and to said 70 hiud ot cattle at
public auction at tne nour 01 twelve o'clock
noon, on the 12th dar of January. 1003. at and
upon tbe ranch of stere Hampton, at the dwel
ling house Hltusted on tbe Northeast quarter
of Paction 71. In Townsbln 6 North and Bancs
si ttutoi tne uiameue aicriaian.in umauiia
county, Oregon, to tne nignest ptaaer lor fain
In band, the proceeds of said safe to be applied
to the namest of the amonnt dne on said
promissory note and the roits and expenses of
sale, incmaing reaiuuauio aiiorucyi- inra.
uatea jsnusry itMa.
C. B. WADE, rainier, Mortgagee.
Br T. D. Taylor. Sheriff of Umatilla County,
Oregon, and Acent of Mortgagee.
CARTKB Si RALEY, Attorne)!.
tUtrv Original mid Duly (ieoulue
1V.VUU ieniJMuisu, (a'( 1 , itsuiii
tw nil It'll KrVl'KK'H KMJI.HII Io
I(KI aid UuM lOifUlllo boittj, twlt with
blu tHitmo. 'J'taLir) lit vlhere UefuM
I'ubaUUutsuriatb'i liultKtluii. Alt four
Uragiitt, vrM-u icnU iu iui fcr rr
llriilurs). Taallniitilal4 and fuLlt
fur J.Kdl. r rclnri Mull. Hll br tit
Itiu 4 1 r( itenilcsii '.
VU-H I if 1 1. A l'
MEN AND WOMEN.
triiAlHaal ' rnr unnsiursi
. r.lrr as UAh.vMjmliiiiia-itfQnii.
OiuumT Irrltsttuos or ulcerations
aot trlctar. or mucous racnuraoai,
t-f.v.ai. Cmiul. Paiclaei . and cot aitrtli
TSlTKltVAasCMtWICuCo. ,n (Olsonoua.
II. M. A. aaaaaH Y IM VtSVIU 771.
Chicago, St. Paul, 8t. Louis, Kan
sas City, SL Joe, Omaha, aud
Ail Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays at
J 100. pm.
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday and
Arrive Pendleton Tneadar. ThnnH,. ua
Saturday 9 SWam.
Leara Walla Walla dally, eaat bAnnri. nwim.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound. 8 M ass.
For Information reiardlnr ralna and
modatloni, call on or address
W. AUAMH, AgSUt,
8. B. CALDKUnEAD, O P. A.,
nana nana, wain,
Pullman Sleeping Gtrs,
Elegant Dining Gtrs,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
and all poiuta East and Boutb
through tickets to Jsoan and China, tla
Tacoma and Northern Paclflo Stesmsblp C,
and American line.
Trslns leave Pendleton dally eirenl Snsdaa
For iurther Information, lima cards, ausa
nd tlcret". cell on or write W. Adsms. vA.
dletou, Oregon, or A. D, (JIUKLIOK,
iiiira ana uorrisoa ., rornana, ore.
aaaaW aaW 7' ,',!r.tlu,,l'r"f"lll'0''rramousl!rcncliplirolrlan,wlll quickly cure you ofaa
If :,"..-,,i,,?.u'u.,?'!,"", Emissions, Nrrrou. Itutillliy, iluiile7
A, .-UWi fi'1'',' J,ur,r'J'' i:lullint Jrnlna,Vrlcurl.Miiilltusllrioia,
IWv HMfiWi1 ,'"''J''lyor''l',l,'-.''r;ventciulclcniiof discliaiv, whlcli If not checked
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and reetorea amiu welk oriaLlX d 1 org"" " ,u'l'urt,,"i ;"' tren?in3
n..P.,.fS2n..1,un"erfre are riot cared hy D.vton,lshetnssMperontare
il"V".r' "i'r K"owi nmi t., cure without un oueruUun.
iiunuutiEiniij ana money rn- rnwiir aon-adtmai.f.t.Tiot a
rinall. fiend lur VUICK I lrr.,iar kii
troubled wild I'roalKlllla.
tjujj ttiaUniunUla. A wrltum
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