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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904.
counterfeiter Was Easy Game.
rate? of Police Ma8ters J0""
Jled a letter from the city mar-
o Glendalo. Oregon, announc
the arrest there of E. S. Eaton
tBg ,i ! charge of counterfeiting, or
0B, .he United States malls for
JSSdulfflt purposes. Eaton's arrest
" lliw due to evidence supplied
!LdunUed States ofilcers by Chief
f5?m Masters. Eaton has been
StSb as follows In some of the
Vt:tnZ-A few I" each state
. make big money easy; no pod
mT information for stamp. E. S.
Paton Olendale, Oregon."
Eaton, u Mnntnrs had a Lew-
rhlef oi uuvv ...
Islou man write to Eaton and the
to lowing reply was received:
-ronld like one or two good men
in your state to make good and
. money I want them to handlo
ConW money. 1 have 1-2-G.IO-cau
Tle detected If you are Interested
?wlll send I you a sample 10 bill for
1 one dollar to gather with whole
nle prices un large amounts and f
T0U have a little sj.are time will
!?ve you a side line that will worke
fne now If you wish to engage with
"s and make good money send MO
o der for $1 and we will send on
110 sample wholsale prices and. full
iartlculars we have no free sam-ples."-I-ewlston
Triumphant Western Woman.
Miss May Scott, state superintend
ent of public instruction, returned
this morning from Atlanta, Ga.,
here she has been attending the
department session of the National
Educational Association. Miss Scott
tid the rare distinction of being the
only woman superintendent present,
and she was looked upon with a sort
j For Sale
i MMnnn o frnm o otsif-i now
bouse, and lot COxlOO.
1U0O.0O D room, 1 story
i tt,7M.00 8 Room, 2 story
louse, bath tuu anu toilet,
J pxid cellar, woodshed, pump
and city water. Easy terms.
$600.00 1 Vacant lot., Very
2 $2,0007 room 2 story house
4 rooms each 15x15, bath
J room, rock cellar 18x32, 2
$250.00 1 vacant lot.
; Merchants Protective
Despala Building, Room 43,
Telephone Black 1161.
LET US SUPPLY YOU
DIMENSION LUMBER OF
all descriptions. Bash,
. Doors, Blluds, Mould
ing, Building and Tar Paper.
Bring Your Bill to Us and
Get Our Figures,
Harbor Com. Co.
- w C. R. Depot
""samr8" f. P""leton the
Hard , "?? E'where.
With te?d t0 househo d duties.
a L instantly aching back
baA woman should' not hfre a bad
weVe? WUl,Jn't " the kidneys
neDoan'B Kidney Plllg make we
H-eton woman 'wh
Buff street, XJJJ'..?0' West
Poan's Kidney pin.1 ,can ,r,ecmmend
IPOMM. X laM, other Sidney
x)sy will do evprwh8,1 cofidence that
med for th?'yt,blDe that has been
wel them a. im,,by those who have
Tt troub0Mfe" M tho makers
?a PflnclpaUyrll!',i,lchwI U8ed them
ha been bother0' vlth nlch
1"8 time u hf,d ott.ana on a
rnU8e? a strain ony aUT? that
a advertlsem0 v 6 back- I read
aey Mil. ement ahout Doan'a
iJ. they ,dlrt r 'lu "arm,
fa thn a 110 Eood. I cot n
ma, p,h0 ?'ore of iiM' , f Ot a
tat ;a8a"Vo?ed, on,y "box as
since," """t I have not folt it
Der alL dealers. Price Kn
"Uffalo, n"y- Ioater Mliburn Co
I of awo among the women of the
' Miss Scott reports a very enjoya
'bio trip and is profuse in her praise
of the entertainment provided by
the Atlanta people. She was ques
tioned on all sides concerning Idaho,
and was able to give very brilliant
accounts of this state. The women
of the city were anxious to Itnow
about suffrage and held Idaho as the
banner state of the Union. They
j were greatly Interested In Miss
Scott's reports of the work done by
tho women of this state, and were
encouraged to renewed efforts in
that line for their own state. Boise
I Ground Hog Prophesied Right.
For once at least the ground hog
1 was right. Yesterday rounded up
I the six weeks since the traditional
I annual was supposed to come out of
his lair and gaze about him. This
year when he came out he had an ex
cellent opportunity of seeing his
shadow, and may be assumed by the
credulous to have taken full advan
tage of It, as the -weather has been
all that Is prophesied to follow such
an event. Walla Walla Union.
Land Sells Well.
At the auction Bale of stale school
lands In tho Twin Falls tract held
by Chief Clerk Norman Jackson of
the state laud board at Albion on
Tuesday, 2,120 acres were sold for
$3G,G40, or an average of over $17
an acre. This Is considered to be an
exceptionally good return. Purchas
ers may obtain title Immediate upon
making final payment and water will
cost them but $15 an acre. Boise
A SILL TRAVELER
ON A LONG TRAVEL.
Traveling Alone for Fourteen Hun
dred Miles En Route Vrotn Ross
land to Salt Lake City Goes to
Live With an Aunt Little Fel
low Is Level-Headed and Confident
and Signed Up a Half-Fare Ticket.
Wilford Leivers reached the city
this afternoon from Spokane, and
stepped off the Hunt line train for a
short visit In this city between
trains. Wilford is about 7 years of
age, and had come from Hossland,
li. C, this far on his way to Salt
Lake City, where he will make his
future home with relatives. v
The little traveler lias made the
trip all of the distance alone, and
transferred from the Northern road
at this place to the O. It. & N. for
the remainder of his trip to Salt
B. F. Wolfe, the agent of the O.
R. & N was mnkltiK his ticket re
port after the mixed train came in
this afternoon, wnen ho heard some
one asking for a ticket to Salt Lake.
He could not see who it was, but
by craning his neck caught sight of
the top of the seeker's head. Ho In
formed him that It cost $25.80 to
ride to Salt Lake. The little man
searched his pockets and found
about $15. He became pretty badly
excited when he thought he dm not
have enough to pay for his ticket,
and offered his watch to tho ajent
as part payment. A half fare ticket
was made out for him and he was
held up to the window by a traveling
mnn while he signed It.
The mother of the boy Is In Eng
land, tho father Is In Rossland, and
the boy Is now on his way to Salt
Lake to live with an aunt.
RIVAL FOR PANAMA CANAL.
Old Tehauntepec Project Revived
Washington, D. C, March 18.
Washington Is not inclined to take
seriously the report from Mexico
that a company Is about to be rorm
ed under the laws of Missouri with
a capital of $200,000,000 for the pur
pose of constructing an Inter-oceanio
canal to connect the Gulf of Mexico
und the Pacific through the southern
port of Mexico.
8hould such a project be consum
mated It would, of course, result in
a Rreat withdrawal of trade from
the new Panama canal, but officials
here whd are well versed in the sub
ject recall that the project is not a
new one, but almost as old as the
idea of a canal across the Isthmus
of Panama, and there is no ground
for the belief that It is any nearer
realization now than half a century
With the Panama canal about to
be rushed to completion capital
would not likely Invest In the Mexi
can scheme, while the Mexican gov.
ornment could ndt be rolled upon
for financial support because the
building of such a waterway would
mean ruin to the national railroad of
Mexico on the isthmus of Tehaunte
pec. Mr. Cleveland 67 Years Old.
Princeton, N. J March 18. For-
mm DrnJIitan, n ...... Hlm-alrim! WAR
07 years old today.' In accordance
wun ins custom he spent jno wnoie
day at his homo on Bayard Lane,
with his, wito and children. Mr.
Clovoland has enjoyed bettor health
this winter than for several years
past. Ho Is cpntemplatlng a shoot
ing trip In the South in the near fu
ture and later will go with his fami
ly to Buzzard Buy to spond tho sum-
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
DIL W. G. COLE, OPriCU IN JUDD
ouildlng. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to 5 p. m. Telephones: Office main
121 ; residence, mnln 13S1.
j. :.. miller, st. d. nnsr.uN nr.ocK.
Treats and corrects eye troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DP.S. SMITH & KIXGO, OFFICE OVEK
the I'endleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone S0V; residence telephone, main
II. S. GAItFIEI.D, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Jiuld
building. Telephones : Office, black 1411 ;
residence, black 4.
DIt. I). J. M'FATJL, Jl'DD ni.OCK. TEI.E
phone, main 031; residence, black 101.
DIt. T. M HENDERSON, I'HYSICIAN
and sursjeon. Office In Savings IJank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, mnln
1411; residence, red 1223.
DIt. LYNN K. IlLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
residence, red 1223.
DR. LENA ALLEN I100NE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water streets. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC I'll YSICIAN--DR. I,.
Francis Thompson, graduate of A. T,
Still school, Kliksvllle. Mo.; office at
Nye's residence, f02 Water street ; 'phono
Red 34 ; Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. . II. MARTIN, M. D.. DESI'AIN IILOCK,
Court street, over Koeppen's drug store.
j Special attention to skin diseases.
DIt. M. S. Ki:itN, DI'.NTAL SI'ItdLON.
Office, room 1.1, Judd building.
L. A. VAIU1HAN, DUNTIST OI-TlCi: IN
Judd biillillnir. 'I'lione. red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
I'lItST NATIONAL uANK OK ATIILNA.
Oregon. Cnpltnl, $.',11,000 ; surplus and
protlts, ?12,.r,00.00. Interest on time de
posits. Denis In foreign and domestic
exchauRe. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C- Adams, president; T. J.
Kirk, vice-president : I- K, LeGrow, cash
ier; I. M, Kemp, assistant cashier.
THL KAUMKItS' HANK OP WHSTON,
Weston. Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, piesldeut: George W. I'roebstel,
vice-president; J. it. Kllgure, cashier; di
rectors, (1. A. Hartmnn, M. M. Jones, T.
.1. 1'rlce, . D. Grnw. J. I Kllgore, Itob
ert Jameson, (I. W. I'roebstel.
THE I'ENDLETON SAVINGS HANK
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized .March 1
ISM). Caiilta 1. $100.000 : surplus. J
O00; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and Bold on all prin
cipal points, . Special attention given ,1o
collectlous. W. J. I'urnlsli, president; J.
N. Teal, vice-president ! T. J. Morris,
cnsliler; J. W. Moloney, assistant cashier.
I'lItST NATIONAL HANK OI" l'ENDI.E
ton. Capital, $70,000: surplus and un
divided profits. $100,000. Transacts n
general banking buxIneKS. Exchange,
nud telegraphic transfers sold on Chica
go. San I'lauclsco. New York and princi
pal points In the Northwest. Drafts druwu
on Clilua, Japan and Europe. Makes col
lections ou reasonable terms. Levi An
keiiy. mesldeut 1 W. V, Jlatlock, vice-
president ; G. M. Ithe, cashier; George I
Hurtmau. Jr., nsautnnt cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. E. TItOI.'TMAN. AltCIIITECT AND
Superintendent, room 12 Judd block,
T. I". IIOWAHD, AltCIIITECT AND Su
perintendent. Mokes complete and re
liable plans for buildings lu the cltj or
country. Hoora 17, Judd building.
S11EEK & COLE, CONTItACTOHS AND
builders. Intimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service, tilup ou Hluff street, ucar Main.
D. A. .MAY, CONTItACTOIt AND IIUILD-1
el-. Estimates furnished un all kluds j
of masonry, cement walkx, stone walls, .
etc. Leave orders at East Oregoulan of
fice. T. M. KUI.I.EIt, I'LASTEItING AND CE
mooting, Cement walks a specialty.
Intimates furnished free. Work guaran
teed. Leave orders at Uadley & Zenuer's
cigar store. Main street. I. O. box 10-1.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
TELEPHONE LIVHKV STAHLK. COl'ItT
Street, opposite court house. Dowers &
Son. proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public scales. Ttione, main 381.
OLD DUTCH HENRY KKED VAltD,
Corner West Alta and Lllllth streets.
8. A. Alloway, proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls. Heuty of feed. Horses
given careful attention,
COMMERCIAL 8TADLE8. G. M. KKOOME
proprietor. Fine horses, good rigs,
best care given transient stock. Opp.
Hotel I'endleton. 'Phone, main 101,
CITY I.IVI'HY STAPLE, ALTA HTKBKT.
ranmtr jb w..inful v I'mttii.. llverr. feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times. I
Cab line In connection. Tnone, main ui
V. STHOIILE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything you
. , in n...u ami i.A.,n.l.hniul furniture.
Iirru iu '. . 1
stoves, granlteware und crocki-cj, call and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates. $3.75 and $4.70 1
per week. Mrs. L. Neff, I'rop. I'endleton
Feed Yard lu connection. L. Neff, pro
prietor. ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IX I
tho city, $1.00 to $1.00 per day. II. 1. 1
WHEN YOUR DU8INB88 TAKES YOU
to Helix, stop ut the Hotel Helix. Good
meals nud good service. T II. Wimpy,
u.ndnona. UnMnesa to Marry,
!iuJ !V iVnVi" iSrii ii iJil Uiwuuni (r.. AdUroti,
Sold by I anman & tu uiwuui
It. V. O. ELKS, I'ENDLETON LODGE.
No. 288. Regular meetings first and
thin Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In LnDow
block. Court street. (I. A. Hnrtranu, Sr.,
E. R, ; C. K. llean, secretary.
MEN'S RESORT YOU ARE INVITED.
Free rending room, Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments. In
cluding library and reading rooru. Terms
$1.00 to join nna ."0e a month dues.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
1IARTMAN AHSTUACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Iluys and sells all kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. l"ays taxes and makes Invest
ments for non-residents. Reference, auy
bank In Pendleton.
Q. A. IIARTMAN, Pres.
G. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
J. M. HUNTLEY Itr.lMlLSr.XT.S Till:
oldest mid most reliable tire and acci
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Ilnrtmnn Abstract Co.
JOHN IIA1LBY, Jlt V S. LAND CQ.M
mlssloner. Specialty made of land 111
InKs and proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd tmlldlnfr, room 1(1.
vi:tj:uinaiiy suitfii:oN un. n. c.
McNnbb. Office nt Tallmnu's drug
roit ltKNT suiti: or iioo.ms in
Knat OreRonlau building. Steam heat
ed. Hot and cold water and bath room
on same Door. Call nt Kant Oregonlm!
SLVLN ItOO.M IIOLSi: KOlt lilLNT -IN ,
quire or Mrs. Julia (lUlllrord on Wet
I'Olt ltlLNT NINIMtOOM IIOUSL, IN
quire of It. Alexander.
roit IiKNT GOOD TltONT ItOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two In
dies. Call nt 010 Willow street.
FOR HUNT-TWO KURN18IIEU HOOM?, WITH
iir wimnui ooaru. 31.! neon ire?l.
MEN TO LEAI1N HAItllKIt Tit A I) E. ON
ly eight weeks required. Constant
practice. Expert Instruction. l'ositlnnfi
secured. Catalogue innlled free. Moler
System College, Nan Krnni Isco. Cnllfninln
WANTKD A SIX Oli SKVKK ROOM IIOUSK
west of Malu street Inquire a'. Kat Oregon
WASTED Ulltl. TO DO (iCNKKAl. HOUHK
work. Inquire at this oflice,
WANTED TO KE.NT '. FIVE OR fOX-KOOM
modern ho:io Ca.i Mt Whlt's dental offite
( WANTED A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
hntmewo'k. Apply to Mn. Frank Frailer,
! Mi2 Jitekunn rtruat.
HXI'HESS WAGON HILLY LEATIIIlltS,
expreHN nud light hauling of all kinds.
Wagons at your service day and ulght.
Telephone main 101 or call at the Com
mercial Stables, opp. postofflce.
SINGEIt HEWING MACHINE OFI'ICH.
.'.Oil College street. Iteiialrs for all ma-
i fhlnes. 1'. A. Lovetaug. msnager.
SEWEIt CONTItACTOHS HEED & LAF
ler make connections with tjie sewer for
busluess houses and private residences.
Terms reasonable. Leave orders at T. C.
Taylor's Hardware store.
K. S. MEltltlLL. SPOKANE, WASH.,'
Agent, Deusmore. Second hand ma- '
chiiie, supplies and repalis,
SEE YOlt "UNCLE" WHEN YOU WANT
mouey. Vt e make loaus on personal
property. T. II. Gurdaln, I'awn Ilroker,
Mlhirkey building, Court street.
W.M. 1'. YOIINKA WILL PAY 1'IIOMIT
attention to all sales and posting bills
Correspondence solicited. Commlstlon leu
souuble. I'. O. Hoi 20U, Pendleton.
DltEHBMAKINO, CUTiING AND KIT-
ting a soeclultT. I'romot work. Satis
faction guaranteed. Mha It. Whitley,
U1L' Main street.
I'ENDLETON STEAM DYE WOI1KS
730 Cottouwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and le-
llveied. 'Phone, main 1001.
IIOI'KE-CLEANING HY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
day, hour or Job. Window cleaning a
specialty. I'rompt service at low prices,
mi iaraeu street, 'ruone Main nil
SEALED PUOI'OBALK WILL HE KECIIVED
bv Recorder M. A Kerruion. until Aurll lit.
ItKM, lor the purehate ol $uto water bonds, to
rg liiueo ov loe curui Anmmt, uregou, in ma
denomination ol f 10U and I .'00, bearing lutereat
at the rat of 7 per cent per annum, Interest
payable samhannually at a biuk to b telteted
by the purrhasernf Ibe boll On Tbe bonds to
run 90 veara. with an ODtlon ol 10 veara All
bids to be accompanied by a cbeck equal to 3
perceniw amount onereo, iaia amouni 10
forfeited to tee eltr In caieof fallnretomeel
Ibe obligations should the bids h accepted,
other amouuta ( be returned to the tevaral
binders. Tha clly reserves tbe right to reject
any or all bids, Eor further Information ad.
drers M. A, Ferfuton, City Recorder, Adams,
Good and Pure
At jiriee an low as the lowett.
3J6 COURT ST.
The Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frailer'a book store
Loss of Semen, m Varloooele, or Con-,
lous Twltchlna of
liutvuuy to uvery ludo.
i unUsTcIoped o r j? n
Bfthop Remedy Co., 8tm rrnolsco, CaU
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
Tho showing of Indies' watches Is
moro than usually Interesting. We
have added a Inrgo number of now
designs and new styles to our al
ready largo assortment. Where there
is so much beauty1 and merit a choice
may bo dllllcult, but prices will holp
to n selection.
LADIES' WATCHES from $5 up.
Warranted movement In rellnblo 20
year ense, $15.00.
Jeweler and Optician
"WHAT HAPPENED TO IT?"
' "Oil lli.t nlil ctiirv llfirnn ahlnil
boiled, rnttlety - bang smash!
You see t.io result, Fix It up, old
mnn, the best you can and as (illicit
ly as you can." Our, friend had his
wagon hack In short 'order, staunch,
solid, not a weak spot lu it, and
looking "as good us now," Follow
his example when in llko trouble
Kxnuf.no our Winona wagons,
hacks and buggies. Thoy hnvo steel
clad hubs, run easy, mude from air
dried ttiuLcr and wnrranted to bo su
perior to nil other makes. AVo havo
them In stock.
N EAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
' Lodging House :
Well ventilated, neat and com
forlablo rooms, good beds. liar
in connection, where host
goods aro served.
Main street, center of bloc't,
between Alia and Webb
F. X. SCHEMPP
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have (;ootl sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at Neuman's
WHEN YOU WANT
I manufacture every style on any
mounting and carry a complete stock
of I'ada, Inks, Hacks, Daters, Rubber
Type, etc. SBALS, BTKNCJL-S, Trade
Checks, Door Plates.
Write mo what you want. I can
please you by return mall.
WESLKY ANDIIKWS, Baker City, Or,
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear tills in mlud when you
tifud poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Kood, Use
Kow Kuro for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee'e Lice Killer.
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, ICO barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour. Mill Foed, Chopped Feed,
etc., always on hand.
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good at any.
Tho Hotel Pendleton linn Just booa
rolltted iiml refurnished throiiRhout.
'Phono ami II ro alarm conneutltms
with all moms, llnllm lu suites and
Headquarters for l raveling Men
Commodious Sample Roqms.
Rates $2.00 and $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt DlnliiK Hoom Service.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
Kiiropenn plan. I2orythliiK Hint
class. Accommodations the best. All
modern conveniences. Steam ho.tt
tliroiiKhoiit. Uii'Ke, new sauiplu
rooms. The Hotel SI. tleortto Is pro
nounced one of the most modern nud
model holds of Oregon.
ROOMS 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB ST3.
Block and a half from depot.'
(Formerly flolilen Utile.)
Itciuodfloil and refurnished tliroiiRli
out. KverythlnK neat, clean and up
toilaln. Steam heat and electric
lights. Uest cuisine. Prompt sorrlco.
H, E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
American plan, 13 per day and upward.
Ilraihpiartera for tourists and commercial
traveler. (Special . rates mail to famil
ies and single sentlemen. Tbe manage
ment will he pleased at all times to show
rooms anil give prices. A modern Turk
ish hath establishment In the hotel.
II, C. IlOWKItH, Manager.
DR. G. GEE 10
llil woudfrrul t'Ul-
ttrtut btHiu lit curv
Ipvi1 wlthuul oieri.
dun that ut tilwu up
to die. Jle cuif with
lliut wonderful C'lit
harks nud vgttiiblr
that are ullrvly uu
kuowu to medk-al net-
(mJii t hla ttjun try. Thiuuich th untJol lUuw?
huniilt-Ns rrniHllt4t this fuiuouUocU)f knows
th notion or ove r VWUHTtr'jit rmnwilts, whU U
ifsuicet,rully iu1 lu (UAerrnt Ulftfuses. U
KUiiruntt'i'S to curv ruturrlu usthiua, Iuuk,
Ihruata rhcuiuulUm. itrvousntb9t slomacb,
JUer, kldhCj H.t'lr i has hui.driU oftwUinou'
lalii. (;imrKs miMleratf. Call und . him.
J'utlcnU tint of the city wrlU for blanks und
ciH'ulurn, Solid 4 WJUts In KUmpa, (.'ONWJ,
TATION FilKK, A U UK KB
THE C. GEE WO GKiNESE MEDICINE CO.
53 Alder 8treet,
Tho Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frarlor's book store.
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