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cMIONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
jjoLD STORY OF CAPTURE RE
VIVED AND DISCUSSED
"ToIbT OFFICE IN JUDD
"nmrt boat. 10 to lz a. a.
B Telephone 8 4
u n. DSrAIN IlLOCK.
, x,i--j- ... trouble. catar-
u3 ,M Imnatrwl hearlne.
rJKUH ' 1 . .
'Zrtetii fitted ror retractive er-
fl t"W 111
A HII1B .TT l V
Sliu-oo Savings Dank Telephone
CTIKliU. "-i v."""' "V?
TYleDbone uince, bibck is;
Leek. Teiepnone. mam oi , nm-
tf t io Na 2Tl - T. M.
2t??V nd and.
I. b. VT?.' " co moatn. AH visit
ing Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. a.
''ra Kwp": R- aubrook.
Collection of Grewsome Relics From
the Lincoln Tragedy Davis Did
Not Wear a Shawl, But a Common
Muffler Relies Not for Public In
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52, A. F. AND u has 1)0011 sUted, or misstated, so
a, ai.. in re a nrat anil thii irM.ii.H loiren aa f r hfura hiwim.. .lm..
ch month J"rbi;thr . viim tor of "history." that Jefferson Davis
t-uAiTKii, wo. 2s t. a 'rea dj- me teuerai authorities In
month In Masonic hall. I Pcrs ot tno Period contained pictures
representing tne ex-president ot the
rietcber. K. nt Tl anil R f
XfnnrlB In t.' 4 o I-.- & i. E,r'
aM mvir; outjcix ull,
UAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGIIT nr snxHIh. ofnA rfleij .
rythlaa. U V. Held. C. C: R. ;":?.,:: .
nt the time of his arrest, and similar
statements have been made whenever
the matter has been discussed, says
a writer In tno New ork Herald.
It Is a fact not Generally known
that the outer garments worn by Mr.
ilOUEBN WOOMEN OF AMERICA
Autumn tama nxyn. utn fi
xuira juonaara or aca month at Odd
J-C1IOWB nail. UM A
ul; Q. A. Robbing, Clerk.
UTS", srwiaui, rc rar, nine
, finrt in sarinci mus ouiia-
4 KErES. OSTEOPATOIC
rltM Chronic and nrrroai dlicasa
O.lc one oiock wwi ui pci
. mirnys wolcome. J. r. Walker. Clerk: A.
i irf RI.V. I'HYSIUIAJS AXD BUR. .
la D,'SPiln Block. Telephone I
- Woodcraft. meet every Friday erenln; at
- Jl.uau ann il im.h n M fill r 1HT1IGI TO nllnfl MlnnlM MMllmntl
cornet Main and ' Gn'"' Neighbor: Ers Hetcher. Clerk
tii bnlldlnr;, corner Mam and
. .. nwinj, 'nhjiti. main Tf1 T7 nm
911 vuivv l'"".' - ,
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD REQtJLAR Dav,s re In possession of the govern-
mreuiurs or ivnciiprnn r,mn va ji tt i menr mm n riorrint inn f i mm n,n
c. j orvrii aocieij nan ererj i oe ot interest.
7'"'""J r,cuiufc. usuins neigonora are UnfArrln i .....,,.,. .t.i.
Ills "disguises," an examination of
these garments would give another
proof of a statement once made by
the late Senator Reed, that much ot
the so-called "history" is merely "a
record of lies that have been agreed
t TACGBAN. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
tttSlOf. IHW ITU X.
LS::, DENTIST. OFFICE IN AS
n block over Schmldt'a nn rlrnr
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
The Disguise Garments.
Securely locked In a strong govern
ment safe Is a tin box containing the
AT outer garments worn by Mr.. Davis
when arrested, and also his riding
DALLERAY & McCODRT. LAWYERS, AS-1 spurs, one of which is broken. These
"ocianon oniiamg. . at tides are in the or c nal hoc In
nAII.F.T A LOWELL, ATTORNEYS
law. Office In Deapaln Block.
CARTER & raley, ATTORNEYS ATwn'cn t'leJ" were sent from Georgia to
lair. Office In Sayings Rank bonding.
HENRY J. BEAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Association mock, Pendleton, Oregon.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
T HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND SD-
1 bulldlncs In tne dtr or conn-
Ha if uuu wutiuuia
L. B. EEEDER. -ATTORNEY
General Schofield bv the officers mak
ing the arrest.
They consist ot a shawl about four
reet square, the ordinary Paisley pat
tern, with a black border; a rain
proof coat, without the cape, and the
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Association Block.
COLE. CONTRACTORS AND
Estimates furnished on abort
Jot Work a specialty. Prompt
mop on uinc street near Main
iUX. CONTRACTOR AND BDILD-
mu&aies i urn w lira on ail cinos
, cement walks, stone walls, etc
test at East uregonlan omce.
I DOIAR. PLASTERING AND CE-
Cement walks a specialty- em-
WTXZt w. I nltu AUUIDI ci,ar
Iia 8tn f. U. BOX ll.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
SAiEMiAL BANK OF ATHENA.
. CasltaU 150,000; sarplos and
ICQOO. interest vu iirae ueposiui.
hi tortn and domestic eicnanre.
prompuy auenueu to. tienry
isimi. rrttWtnf. T J. Kirt, Tiee-presl
FATtMEBS BAKK OF WESTON.
Haum, virjw. uwi m (Ciici l uulf
BESUUH. r.irnngr uvogui KUU soiu.
Horn promptly attended to. a.
rmwent: Oeorre w. Proeiatel.
lAt- r v nwH M.v I.. a i
u. i- mrtman. n. at. jouns. T.
Mm n fi-Rrcv 3 V 111mm rnhin
rDLCrON SAVINGS 'BANK.
ftStm. Onson. Organized March 1,
ivru, too.uuu: snrpins, sw.ouo:
tmxta on tin r1enn1t Er.
nt ted sold on all principal
siytcui mention gifen to coi
W J. Fnrnuih. nmMntT 3. K.
TW-Drttident T 1 UnrHt him-
Kiwitj, inlstant casbter.
MriOXAL rank- nif purvnr.R.
Cipiul. 170,000; surplus. 195,000.
I re&ersl bHRklnr hn nMW
H telegrapblc transfers sold oa
. ..ui.Lu, lien ivii. uu
poiats In tbe Xm-thwent- Drarts
a China, Japan and Enrooe. Makes
swHest; W F, Matlock, rlce-presl-
I n ili.j. 1. 1 M
-- ...mi., l i , 1.1, r ,va U.UU,
217 (!Otti?t nrnrrr
r.icirlcKut, dealers In elec
rm. uuuses. sioras. Wlrttl
of all kinds.
Get oar prices.
H. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
rooms 7 and 8, Association building.
STILLMAN k 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, IS and 13, Association
R. B BRYBoif, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW ; COL-
lections and Insurance. Office in S. O. build
R. J. BLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 5 JCDD
BILLY ERABSIG. BARBER SHOP AND
batb room. Main utreet, throe doors north ot
uotei bi. ueorge. nrst class semce.
5EW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST
Tnree aoors west ot uoiaen Raie Hotel.
H Pace, Prop. First class workmen, crery
i-iuuuoau, ui mwistD lmpruTouieaM,
PATTON-S SANITARY BARBER SHOP. DE3-
pain oiock. iourt street; dii workmansni
all the modern improTementi; aU tools sterl
itea ; tain rooms in connection
W. 8. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGBA
pber of tbe city. Harvest Tlewa. In
dlan photos for sale. Finish Inr done for
amateurs, nam sr., near nnage. f none
BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIRING.
L. GRBENAWALD. THE OLD RELIABLB
Shoemaker. First-class repalrinr with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndlnger
wuson & cu.
JOHN WILSON, FIRBT-CLABS 8H0E-
maxer and repairer. Best material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta St.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
stable. M. j. Carney. Dropnetor. tor line
rarnoais. etaoie lie am street.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C.
Dreasar. Prop.. Old Bemple Stable. 723 Cotton
wood street; caralul attention glren to borses
leu witn ns.
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. M. FBOOME
Pron. Livery, feed and Doardinr. All
alnds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel reaoietoa. -i-noss siaia 101
1KEGON JEED YARD. W. T. BOYNTON
prop. Special care girn to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
E COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000
lad Sells Grain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
Cash or Futura Delivery
H l . .
vierailne r h o m not ortunDlva npl.ala a-Iro a valom In thA vnrlit Vft
"-"-me jaree nr small nrf,H. mm. ni-nmntlv anil antlKfAf-rrvrT trtn
Sltara nA. . . . . I .
ISt rMriAn.lM. , . .. . J . - HI
-".viiuiiii- i ij i iiiiirH i ii h ii i nil in a rm n tiiii Tiini-i. in iihuh. s
B0 Interpflt Mr nMn.fn ln . l.
- - - ia.i.iuE iuuk o iu.aa.
r-rSi ram- c Per bushel; stocks 4 of 1 per cent
w send you our Book of Statistics and Dally Market free. Write
REFERENCE: 75 National mil BinLi
-0CAL REFERENCE: Pendleton 8avlngs Bank.
atXChsna H..L . n..iui ri 11 , , I
u ui iUHlHEieruo uuuuiue, Aiiuueapviis, jaiuu.,
of the principal townt and cities of the Northwest, including-
'm a- uixiiiun. Rirrni a. iinvrfin w wi hmcov. reaoiB
IHi nnA .1 ' .7 . .7' ' " ' ' " '
V Au Vr - WHXIJ VIHUC UI BUUUUUl Willi U wu vu uyni v
wf 9 offlce.
. I. O. MAJOR. Ma-asjsr
At money-saving prices at the
Miller Cash Grocery. Every-
Our Cash System saves pu:
Miller Grocery Co.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
THE SURE WAY
to prevent .pneumonia and cons 11 run
tlon is to cure your cold when if flrpt
appears. Acker's English Remedy
will stop the cough In a night and
drive the cclil out of your system.
Always a quick and sure cure for
asthma, bronchitis, and all throat and
lung troubles. If it does not satiory
you the druggist will refund your
i:ioney. Write to us for free sample.
V. H. Hooker & Co.. Bulfalo. N. Y.
F. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
spurs. The shawl Is such as was worn
tuen ana 13 worn now by men of ad
nccd years to protect the throat
and shoulders. It Is, in fact, a largo
mumor. sometimes a shawl of this
rattern Is worn by women, but Its
customary use is a man's muffler,
either with or without an overcoat.
The rain coat Is a man's garment
it is snort, with broad shoulders, and
with allowance for the change of mode
Is a commonplaco waterproof coat. It
is of soft gray material, and it worn
now by a mluillc-aced man on a rainv
nay would not attract special notice
on tno streets of Washington.
How little truth there was in the
story ot the "woman's disguise" can
bo seen by these garments. Wearing
them, Mr. Davis would nresent the
figure of a man with a neck mufllcr
and an overcoat over his ordinary
clothing, which would not conceal his
trousers, riding boots and spurs so
remarkable an effort at "female dls
guise" as to furnish amnio denial ot
me story. .
These articles have been shown the
orrcspondent by the official having
charge of them, with a statement
that they were all the garments worn
uy General Davis in addition to i s
hat and usual clothes.
Jeuerson Davis' negro body serv
ant, who was present at his arrest.
is now an employe of the senate. He
has said that no effort at disguise
was made, and his statement is borne
out by the articles mentioned.
Wlille the question is not one of
mportanco now, If it ever wns, it Is
fact known lo very few persons
that these garments are in the cfis
tody of the government.
The government also has. under
lock and key, many interesting relics
connected with the assassination of
Lincoln, These are not for exhibition,
lit might bo seen occasionally, with a
peclal permit. These relics Include
the pistol with which Booth shot Lin
coln, the flattcnded bullet which caus
ed death, and splinters -of bone from
the shattered skull of the president.
The pistol Is a single-barrel, powder
and ball Derringer, of about .45 cali
ber. The collection also includes the;
probe used on Secretary Sejvard and
ethers; Booth, showing the long cut
in the top of one made by the surgeon
who treated the fugitive's broken leg;
the knives- used on Secretary Seward
and others: and, in" fact, nearly all
the gruesome articles conected with
The majority of interesting govern
ment relics are placed in tho Nntionat
museum, and, from time to time, are
fccnt to expositions; but, for obvious
reasons, tho articles mentioned never
were included in those kept for exhibition.
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
irKe, ciean rooms witn comfortable beds,
pates S5c and 50c a night Tbos. Smart,
UOTKL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
.miii streets. Board by tbe day or week.
"; mi. nates i ana so per week,
renninon Feed Yard In connection. L.
THE ST. GK0 ROB RESTAURANT READ
HrnjcaliSScenta. Short orttert a specialty,
Open day and nlht. T. A. Oldlalher, Prop.
THE STRAIION ROOMING HOUSE 618 MAIN
street. Mrs. 11. E.Coorr. Pron. Rri.i-.thin.
new and strictly nnt clans. Rules av, .o and
1 per day.
LODGING AND BOARDING HOUSE; ROOMS
I'lr lodffers and II. hi hnuwkMntnr. it V.
?"U!?n.- Proprietor, Colt nwood street, next
to ft heeler's 1'noto Gallery.
THE WHITE I.ODQ1NO HOUSE, S01 SOUTH
mwn ireei. sirs. Narr wiuismi, rrop.
IIOUgekCenlQf room, anil toil. In. Mum,
Good comtorutile rooms and clean, well kept
beds. LodglnK 25 cents.
ROOMS TO RENT, 17 COLLEGE STREET.
FOR. RENT NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
well, located, Call at ?J ft est Coutt Street.
CABS AND CARRIAGE8.
RUBBER TIRE HACK. NEW AND VERY
late style, for the service of the nubile.
C. D. Cariln and Jas. S. McKay, props. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 101 and tbe hack will call for
CITY CAB LINE, ERWIN BAKER, rROP.
Telephone Main 9l Office and walling
room, Alta street, next to Rwlngs Bank Bldg.
DR. 0. ft'. VAUOIIAN, GRADUATE OF THE
San Franclico Voterlnarv Colleco: rails at
tended to dtv or nlsht. Office nt Denot
Stables ; phone Rod fill.
INSURANCE . LAND BU8INE88.
8:10 a m
Portland Special No. 1
Chicago Special No. 1
Mall and Express No.5
8:19 a m
Mall and Express No. (I
Mixed Train No. U
Walla Walla Branch
I Nixed Train No. 4i
4:46 a m
J.M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE OLDEST
and most reliable Are and accident lnsnr.
ance companies. Office with Hartmau Ab.
JOB H. PARKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St. Opera bouse block ;iand office bus
ness. such as filing of claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN HAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM-
tnlssloner Specialty made ot land filings
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd building, room 10.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
Ocean and River Schcdc
GEORGE O'DANIKL, NEW AND SECOND
-hand eooda bought and sold. Court St.
Opera house block. Call and see htm.
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN 8EC0ND-
band goods. If tbere Is anything yon
need In new or second-hand furniture.
stoves, granite ware and crockery .call and
tret his prices. No 212 Court street
NEW AND 8ECONP-IIAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold: rawn burners: monev advanced on
all kinds ot articles. Waters t Sherry, props.,
ks t oitonwooa mreoi.
All sailing dates sub-
8a.il every ft days.
taSSBV Co,UO'b' WW 4I0OP.B.
SOp. m. To Astoria and Way Suudoy
10 WO p. m.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Boaday.
stage of water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill River points.
Klparla Snake River Lewistoa
46"a.m. Rlparia to Lewliton 7e.ra.
Dally Dal Is
ExcptMon j Excpt Maw
F. F. WAMSLKY, Agent, Peadletoa.
Several Candidates for the Place
With. Nobody In the Lead.
As the term for which Dr. B
aughan was appointed postmaster
at Heppner will expire the latter part
or tne present month, there Is some
speculation as to who will be his sue-
rorsor, ther-3 being several aspirants
tor the position. Those who are ask
ing for the appointment are J.M . Ha
ger, Dr. Vaughan, W. W. Smead and
F. L. Kenton. Several other names
have been mentioned in connection
with the appointment, but we are not
miormed as to what effort, if any. to
secure the appointment. The office at
present pays a salary of $1500 a year
with an allowance of ?300 a year for
clerk hire. It is expected that the
uppolnt.npnt will be made some time
during the present month. Ueppner
The Next Paymaster-General,
Washington, D. C, Jan. 19. Rear
Admiral A. 13. Kenny reached the
limit of age for active service today
arm was placed on tho retired list
By special order of tbe secretary of
ine navy, rowever, Hear Admiral
Kenny will continue to act as nay
master-general and chief of tho bu
reau of supplies and accounts for the
est of the period named In his tern
porary commission. Tho next pay
master-general will be John Nlnlger
Speei, recent fleet pay Inspector of
tho European stutlon. Pay Inspector
fapeoi is a nephew of Alexander Ram
fey. of Minnesota, formerly secretary
of war. and has an excellent record
(he servif., which he entered in
THE BEER THAT MAD6
UNCQUUlt rR TABIC USE.
All kinds of imported lunches,
hot wiener wurst, sauerkraut and
pigs feet at
KOHLER Sl GO'S
Main Streets near Postoflice
To Honor Veteran Editor,
New Yor, Jan. 19. Friends of Col.
William C. Church, the veteran editor
of tho Army and Navy Journal, as a
u Ken or thpir high regard for him,
and in celobrutlon of the entrance
of the publication on Hie fortieth
yt-ar of Its fxlstenr-u under his man
agement, have completed arange-
menm for a complimentary dinner at
uoimoniro'8 this evening. The Army
pnd Navy Journal was founded in
.?(,?., and it had its origin In the rat-
rJotle impulEes which were stlmulat-
ed by the civil war. Interested with
Col. Church In tho- establishment of
(he journal were Bdward Rvcrett
Hale. James Russell Lowell. Henry
W. Longfellow. Wllllnm f'nllpn llrv
ant. CharliM Sumner. John Jay. Henry
Ward Beecher and other men of note.
COPRLAND Sl SON FOR WHEAT RACKS.
Cbeapest and best In town, S14 Webb St.
TYPEWRITERS AND 8UPPLIE8,
T. S. MERRILL. SPOKANE. WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-hand type-
l iters, supplies, reuning, repairing.
8POONEJfORE,TH EMPLOYMENT AGENT
ana Jie'.jenger men. ii yon want employ
ment or help, nrrollablemesaenger .ervlce at
an nours, can on mm, uourt a... rnone
urin Willi, nVUPl-i- II II Wl Ii II- o 11 . , VI OTi
.1 1 n it i-iiii .iii.i . umuji. uoa I'lilll n i . ,
II you need help or seek employment call on
I. Phone Main 1011.
WANTED YOUR ORDERS FOR ENGRAVED
i.i i u a . n c ii in ii k mi iiaiimig, cvui .w cukibipii
l . i . l n 1 1 1. Hi.i. r.i .A . I i -1
iiiiiiUb wui ntfii i,s,i;, .i.wii. ruuiiiuum
caras in iniure, ii per nunarea. ine Gait ur
Notice of Proposed Improvement of
East Court Street.
Notice Is herebr elvon that at a meetlni ol
tne uommon council 01 tne uitvi ot renaieton
held on tbe 14th day of January. A. D !.'3, It
waaoraerea mat euii uourt street, Detween
tbe west side ol Mission street and the eastern
bounders line ol tbe Reservation Addition to
tbe Town of Pendleton, be improved by grad
ing tbe same with crushed rock, the cost ol
men improvement to' ds aiicssea against tne
Rfimonitr&nce aralnit laid nroaoiied Im
provement may be filed with the City Recorder
witnin ten aays iron, tne aate 01 tins uotice
uy orasroi toe uommou council.
Attest: Tnos. FitzOeralp,
Dated the I6th day ol January, A. D. 190.'!.
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 160 barrels a day
Flour exchanired for wheat
Flour. Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always on nana,
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. S. Supreme Court
U. 8. Patent Office
U. 8. and FOREIGN PATENT!
Trade Marks snd Copyrights
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it iiici.K-iiiviis i:,Nci.iHiru
It K If aVWI I.Ulrt llt-flli t, H-lU.fi trltCt
HHllMttwMsU.f J 4)ll1 tfM. AtkfW
list at I at Ff I a)tlMwMisls HI llwlsblfl
f.r m4vmt hf return Umlh H-.IJ by U
liritKiriaU. t Ulfltrxfrr i hvn.U ttl
M.ll.o.. Pjnrr, nill.A., t'C
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points Cast and Sooth
Port land and points
oo toe Sound
, iT Pendleton, dally except Sundays al
rrldtT ltrt5 pm,
ArriTB IVndlAtnn TtiauIav. Thnssris.
Saturday 9SH am. '
Leave Walla W.lta dallv. nut lutnnri .
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound. UMlZl
For Information rpirardln r.t. ami
modatlons, call on or addreu
w. auamb, Agent,
8, B, CALDERnEAD, O P. A.,
Walla Walla, Wasb,
Pullman Sleeping Ciirs,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
f sr. PAUL
TO. I GRAND FORKH
HR0UGII TICKETS TO
and all points East and South
fhronih tickets to Janan .nil rthln. .1.
Tacoma and Northern Paclflo Btetmtblp C,
and Amstlcan line.
II MB SCHHDULB,
Trains leave Pendltton dally except Bbb4m
at 70 n. m.
For farther Information, time cards, sum
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, Psai,
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. OHAKLTOH.
i ntta ana uornson su., Portland, Ore.
Benietefn vs, Sullivan,
Boston. Macs., Jan. 19. A rattling
pood .contest is expected at tho Cri
terion Athletic Club tonight, wlfn
Joe- Bernstein and Davo Sullivan
come together for a 12-ronnd bout.
The two men are old-time rivals and
evenly matched and a lively go Ih ex-'
l-.,iu ,i, ifv llllj llllll'f JIllV.
SBasBBwa'saw -"7-;v M w '"T: M'MU,,",UWB"KPuMian,wiii qnit-htiyciirsyon osasl
Mr i,2iR?..,"fb2,BkiJ?.',',,! Ksulaalons, Nrrtsui DeullllV, I'ltus-ls?
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- ' VeaW leuIs to tSptrmslorrlirea ami all tUn linrroKoTlrooutency. !lflliKNMdeanasalES
sVuIrfstoreTimaiyw the nrluary orgi-is ofall Impurtlltj.' !Wrills3s3ilfeiJSKaS
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80LD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON.