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DAIIiY EAST ORBQONIAy, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1004.
UMONG THE EXCHANGES
' tcrv ow With n J"'""1"
'tentative gave an on-
::.,nrt nf the wonueriu.
1,1 t o the famous Seven Doviii
in 'eWf ot ,"m,l0re '
.. fL managing director of
,TJii Moms company, operating
wdd Mot 's last week
i In All
ilrance rei"" . ...omierful de
h0!iwtlcre 'or " ell D(!vls
. .it In
aim; rt i,n,i.wi
.1.1 ma ' - kiiii iuiiiii.u
-Since ju'J , cnlllp, with
h!lVC L-v etc. When wo
1 operations there the pop-
.h could Hve.
.iram Ol i
n ovti - ,,..,..if in t ie last
.... 100 HI "u .nnv
, week tne V""' , mm.e than
Wmr:, nr und Ib now re-
rno worm . ,.,,,
..i.. 12000. Ail .
... under ruui
13 " . ...til Will
" tl-.rV IB 111
. ...j,nr Will UC
welUS the sccrt'iuij, ' '
... nnii.il News.
Watermelon Close 'Howl.
iiw crow K "ii
tviiermei""" " . -. ......
.... wv,,i to the west in
UUU . . 1 ..HKU Itl
: . .. . aomi inn t in rutin luim ii
J 111 . r
.."the watermelons t n.e to
.akia t t hut wore ih
1 I l,a rnml .H HOW. UlUl It
present state of affairs lasts for
. .t- int.. Tllft CUU1IV. tw.i
tl..l.la Irt Wllrm III'
' . ,. .iil.ni.t ii road 111 that
. .. .ii tii.. i-ivml formerly es-
.l.i n til l.u u hut 1 11 oil lietiiuiii
.t.tt of Imitations, mm
.. ..in k. n rwnnl of one to take
pUce.-Wallu AValla Union.
KIllliiK Deer for 1'elK
. i t r.,ii,. miiiiriin
i Tonlilnr. ...illlltV. tlin l,nilt-
n( 111 .VOCIMHHl. -
.!........ ...I.. .. In fit..
13 carrying ucnn h.ii.
c( Southern Oregon. Jlr. ei-
steeg was In tlio niountiilns 20 miles
west of Gallco and heard many re
ports of the slaughter that profession
al pelt hunters were guilty of. Old
hunters and trappers who had lived
In the region for decades said the
deer were fewer than ever hotore, and
miners, who depended on the game
they could kill while on prospecting
trips, saia that skinned carcasses
were all they could find. Oregon
l'eiilleiitliu-y Clerk Short. 1
Charles ICIngsley, who was employ
ed by the board of control of the
state prison to expert the books of Q,
Ii. Kelly, chief clerk of the peniten
tiary and ngalnst whom "Warden Per-
rin preferred charges some time ago,
filed his report with the hoard yes
terduy. It covers 30 typewritten pages
and alleges that Kelly Is short In his
account J143.49, besides having com
mitted several gross irregulurltles In
the keeping of the accounts. Holse
ShciIo Hoy's Ikhir Joiii'iicy.
Unable to speak one word of Kng.
llsh, save the names of a few towns
he had passed through, and all alone,
Albert Johnson, a lad about 13 years
of age, has made his lonesome way
from Arbra, Sweden, to Stltes, Idaho.
Here he was to Join a brother, whose
name the little follow wrote us O. P.
On his left coat sleevo was sewed a
cloth label reading: "Per Albert John
son fran Arbra till Stltcs, Ida., Nordt
Amorlka. A similar label was at
tached to his valise, which was of the
comic opera style. Lewiston Tribune.
Idaho Honey Supply.
The first carload ' of comb honey
from the Payette Valley Ilee com
pany, of which C. V. Frost Is man
ager und It. D. Ilrudshaw superin
tendent, will bo shipped from Payette
to eastern points the latter part ot
next week. The Independent s in
formed that the compuuy will have
nearly u carload of extracted honey
which will be shipped later. Payette
tranb. Willi tnv hnwsli whleli mAitn mv
innr.. mv i..h w . rnvflr.il wiin n mn .1
siiierBfti remeuT couiu remove. 1 irieu
mammflnueii tiim lii an mv menu, ana
iitv nivn loanu rener. t.-.ti 1.1 .. .. ...
I. n.rh Ml Mark A v N'.or Vnrlr I'llw M V I ..v...., n.fll. .tlLII lllllllll
Or., Sept. 21
Ashland, Or., Sept. 21. Joseph
itolilnson, an Oregon pioneer of the
TiOs, committed suicide here this
morulas,- by swallowing an ounce of
ll d... rr . . . . . . rt.n .
Mt". Wtl or Qrlpe, 10o. S5c,50c. Never
(nil. Tba (tntiltie Ublet autniieil L'UO.
iwuicuy wo., nicaeo or w.Y. doo
1LSII C. TCy Mil 1 1 nil nnvee
That pleases the taste.
irai u wiiolciome.
Tliq. I. ..... . .
" mil HCIHlit.
n aiHajg good.
Tliat I4 alays fresh.
"i uie HEST.
xew and Sanitary.
'Ve,f Mr' nmitiiiis vhi.
he lived, found the old man on the
ground In a barn about 7 o'clock, suf
fering from the poison. lie was taken
home and aid sututtuiiied, but he died
about 10 o'clock In great agony. An
almost Illegible note was found on his
bed, reading as follows:
I "Oood-by to all. Tell the undertak
er to bury me on thnt lot In the
Wagner creek graveyard, If anyone
knows where It Is; If not, any old
place will do. Oood-by to all. You
will find the money hi my pocket at
the head of my bed."
.Seventy dollars wns found in the
designated place. Itobhisou, who had
lost one leg, had been despondent for
some time, and had repeatedly threat
ened to make uwny with himself.
He wns born In Ohio In 1S34, and
crossed the plains to the Willamette
valley In the 'GOs, settling later In
Jackson county, lit- was at one time
well-to-do, but had lost neurly every
thing. He Is survived by three sons
and one daughter.
low Broecr.fu,. M0UEf)
V CASK or IT
"7 H In Pendleton.
'ollowlng M , .....
; 0CCU'S daily ,..
"r Proof i, ni'oi osK
V"M than such m,,ni.......
" Y, V 1
"ne8s. now ln-n,
la tK. lne dull .!...., ....
"mei t '"k me nnnvt
vZr T'k nd was
- W. Hrvn..... -.HlUry villr
uilur :i'.l?a"y at nlBhr
Kidn;: Z. ,rend an ad
latttt,A 1'IUs ami .o
""t 01 mn. m ulng nnw t
tor? .Si Bro & Mo
tl 1 continual they hlMa
a.. -"-i.crinrt i. . Mm
rain " I" least l.u
BUSINESS CARDS. SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
D1J. W. G. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
builtllng. otflce hour, lo to 12 . m.;
J-,-1,0 c P m- Tclephonet: Office mala
13il; residence, main 1381.
DItS. SMITH & ItlN'QO, OFFICE OVEU
tne Pendleton Savlnpi Bank. Tele
lDOl reitdence telephone, main
H. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATniC
pUyelclan and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephone: Office, black 1411:
residence, black 24,
OH. D. 3, M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK. TELB
phone, main 031 j rcsid nee, black 161.
DB. T. M. HENDEBSON, PHYSICIAN
and surgeon. Office In Savlngi Bank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1228.
DB. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CnitONlC
and nervous diseases and dlieasei of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 :
residence, red 1103. X-Ilay Therapeutics.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE, OSTEOPATH.
Residence, Thompson street, between
Court and Water strecta. 'Phone, black
1024. Nervous diseases a specialty.
MRS. M. N. SAWTELL, COUNTY MAN
ager of the Northwest Vlavl Co., 020
Cosble St., Pendleton, Oregon.
VKTEBINARY SURGEON DB. D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tallman'i drnor
DR. M. 8. KERN, DENTAL SURCEON.
Office, room 1G, Judd building.
E. A. iV AUG HAN, OiSNTIST. OFFICE IN
Jtiua uuuaing. J'Uone, red 1411.
HANKS AND HROKERS.
BEAN & PEBRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oirice over Taylor's Hardware store,
JAMES A. FEE, JjAW OFFICE IN JUDD
IIAILEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. ucice Despaln block.
BALLERAY & M'COURT, LAWYERS, AS
CARTER & RALEY, ATTOBNEYS AT
law, office In Savings Bank building.
WINTER & COLLIER, LAWYERS OF
nco, rooms 7 and 8 Association building.
AARON TURNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ill Court street
STILLMAN & PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
mw. hi, Biinman nas been admitted
T n rrnifir.A in TTnifAi c . n. ........ n .
. . -. v. . .. u.llt.u uvalco .aiUL uv
decs, and makes a specialty of natent law.
.u.pui iw, ii, ana is, Association
LIVERY AND FEED STiVULES.
CITY LIVERY STABLE. ALTA STREET.
Carney & Kennedy, Props., livery, feed
and sales stable. Good rigs at all times.
ino line in connection, 'l'hone, main 701
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
nana gooas. it there Is anything yon
nftfWl In VtAW anrl .A.nnrl.h.n.1 .H..II....
Btores, granlteware and crockery, call and
Kci uia priL-va. no, ziz conrt street.
THE MEN'S RESORT, CLEANING AND
irmaiuK rariori. Laaies' ana man's work
given careful attention Deipaln block, East
FIBST NATIONAL 1 ANK OF ATHENA,
Oregon. Capital, S50.C00: turnlus and
proilts, $12,500.00. Interest on time de
posits. Deals In forelcn and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. uenry u. Aaains, president; T. j.
Kira, vice-president; i. a, l.eUrow, cash,
ler; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE FARMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
vteston, uregun. uocs a general bank-
Ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. B.
Jameson, president; George W. Procbstel,
vice-presiaent : j. it. utigore, casmer: dl
rectors, G. A. Hartmau, M. M. Jones, T.
Price. Q. D. Graw, J. F. Kltcore. Bob-
ert Jameson, u. w. 1'roeostei.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK.
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1.
1880. Canltal. S100.000: surnlus. S7S.-
Tjoo ; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Hxcnnuge uougut ana sola on an prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. l'umlsu, president; J
N. Teal, vice-president: T. J. Morris,
cashier ; J. . Maloney, assistant cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE-
ton. Canltal. fi 0.000: surnlus and un.
dlrlded nroUts. J12.'i,000. Transacts s
general baukiug business. Exchange bought
unci sow mi all parts ot tue worm, in
turest naiu on time ucnosits. Maxes
col ectlous ou reasonable terms. Levi An
keuy, president; W. F. Matlock, vlce-pres-
neut: u. .M. nice, casuier: ueorire iiart
innii, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND UUIIiDERS.
C. E. TROUTMAN, ABCHITECT AND
Superintendent, room l. Judd block,
T. F. HOWARD, ARCHITECT AND Su
perintendent. Makes complete ana re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
country. Room 17, judd buumng.
F. E. VAN DUSEN & CO.. CONTRACTORS
and builders: brick, stone and cement
work ; address Box 4S5, Pendleton.
MORSE & DUNLAP. CONTRACTORS AND
nui iiers. estimates given on snort no
tice. Leave orders at office of Gray's
Harbor Lumber Co.
Philadelphia ICxjKM-t Itcpoi ls It I Visi
ble. Spokane, Sept. 21, "Mornn prairie
offers the most difficult part of the
construction of an electric lino from
Spokane through the Pulouso coun
try," suld "W. D. Murks, the electric
l oaif expert whom Jay P. a raves and
Ills associates have here from Phila
delphia to roport uuon the feasibility
of the project. "The farther you get
from Spuknne the easier the Hue will
be of construction and the greater
profit there will bo in Its operation,"
"The only large piece of bridge
work will be at Rock Creek. The
creek Is 300 feet deep and the length
of trestle required will depend upon
the amount ot cut made on either
side of the canyon. The bourse of the
road Is entirely unknown as yet. but
It wilt bo built where the greatest
traffic will bo available and most as
sistance Is offorod by the farmers.
!I found the Inhabitants of the dis
trict traversed enger for Its construc
tion. My report on the project will
be favorable, and I see no reuson why
It should not be liullt very soon."
Weds llelglan Count.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. To the al
ready long list of titled young women
of Philadelphia society a countess was
added today when Miss Ruth Snyder,
the daughter of Mrs. Thomas Alexan
der Itollly, of Rlttenhouso Sauare, be
came tho bride of Count Camlllo de
llorchgrndo d'Altona, of Brussels,
Ilelglum. The bride Is a niece of
Cliarlomange Tower, tho American
ambassador to Berlin. Within a few
lays tho count and countess will sail
tor Europe, where llioy will spend
their honeymoon on the count's estate
Meeting of Hotel Men.
St. Joseph, Mo Sept. 22. Several
hundred hotol men from Missouri and
".ansa, mombors of the Kansas-Missouri
Hotel Men's Association, nsseni
,,,a, tho tol Metropole In this
inrT ,!ly tor t,l0lr ut annual meot
'"b. The convention will bo In ses
sion two days and will be dovotod to
nt. !I,Mlon ot various matters of
n crest to the hotel men. The ontor
"iinment nrocram innimino n ...i
Ithn'r140 cntH-y ana a banquot at
SHEEK & COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
builders. Estimates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop on Bluff street, near Main
D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
er. Estimates furnished on all kinds
ot masonry, cement walks, stone walls.
etc. Leave orders at i.ast uregonian or.
T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING AND CE-
menting. ueraent wains a specialty.
Estimates furnished free. Work cuaran
teed. Leave orders at Badley & Zehner's
cigar store. Main street. P. O. box 104.
HOARDING AND LODGING.
THE ALTA HOUSE, OU THE WORKING
I'ennla's lintel, cornur Alia and Mill streets
FIrst.olaM accommodations; reasonable rates;
clean Don, neat rooms; lecci yard in connec
tlon. a. G. Dittuer, prop.
ATHENA HOTEL, LEADING HOTEL IN
tho city, tl.00 to xi. OU per day. u. r.
THE AHLINOTON ROOMING HOUSE 018
Main at. w. U Bowlsby, proprietor. Every.
thing neat, cieau ana nrst-ciass
HELIX HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGE
ment. Good meals and clean beds. If
you come once you will keep a-comlng.
Only white ,belp employed. Especial at
tention given to commercial travelers. Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Navln, proprietors.
COTTAGE HOTEL WHEN YOU GO TO
Umatilla stop at the Cottage Hotel.
White help, home cooking, everything
neat and clean. Mrs. James O'Connell,
THE CITY HOTEL. PILOT ROCK, RE
modeled and refurnished. Everything
first-class. Mrs. C. H. Beltel has again as
B. P. O. ELKS, PENDLETON LODGE,
No. 288. Regular meetings first aud
third Thursdays ot each month. All
brothers visiting In the city moat cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In La Dow
block, Court street. G, A. Hartman, Sr.,
E. It.; C. K. Bean, secretary.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Buys and sells all kinds
ot real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pays taxes and makes Invest
ments for noa-resldents. Reference, any
bank In Peudleton.
G. A. HARTMAN, Pres.
G. A. HARTMAN, JR., Vice Pres.
UMATILLA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Don't buy a piece of property and after
wards find a cloud on the title. Wo
wilt make you an accurate abstract of
title at a reasonable charge. Consult us
when In tieed ot an abstract. Umatilla
Abstract Co., office In Savings Bank Building.
J. M. I1ENTLKY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire and acci
dent Insurance compaules. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IIAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty made of land Ill
lugs and proof. Insurance and collec
tions. Office In Judd building, room 10.
PENDLETON STEAM DYE WORKS
780 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing. Goods called for and de
livered, -rnone, mam 1091.
HOUSE-CLEANING BY THE JAPANESE
House-Cleaning Co. Work done by the
uaj, uuur or joo. winaow cleaning a
specialty. Prompt service at low prices.
uim uaraen street, 'i'none Main 1171.
FOR SALE AT THIS EAST OREGONIAN
omce large ounaics or newspapers, con
talnlng over 100 big papers, can be obtain,
ed for 25 cents a bundle.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO TUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
ounaiea ot iuu eacn at cents a bundle
at the EAST OREGONIAN office. Pendle
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you enn deduct 10 per cent from the pub
lisher's price. Address EAST ORE
GONIAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton, Oregon
j Buy Your
! Wood Now
Lay In your supply for the
ulnler. I linvo the best wood
anil will save you money.
Wholesale Wood Dealer.
Office at Pendleton Cold Stor
Telephone Main 1781.
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given und all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies of nil kinds.
OFFICE 121 West Court St.
Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, ISO barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed,
etc., always on hand.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
of tho Bladder and Diseased
Kidnsys. No care co pr
Cares qolokly and Perma
cenUy the worst oases of
so matterot howlojg stand
lor. Absolutely naroleu.
Bold by druggist. Price
1.00, 8 boxes; 2.7S.
THE SAHTAl-PtVSIN CO.,
SolJby F. W. Schmidt & Co.
u Union Pacific
TWO TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
Sleepers dally to Omaha and Chicago;
tourist sleeper dally to Kansas City;
through Pullman tonrlst sleeping tan,
Inrannnllv cnndncttHll weeklr to Chi
cago; reclining chair car (seats free) to
the i;ast daily.
TIME SCHEDULE FROM PENDLE
No. 2, Chicago Special B :S0 p. m. 5 :40 p. m.
No. 0, Mall k Express i :3S a. m. 4 :45 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Spe
cial 8:50 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
No. B. Mall and Ex
press 11 :00 p. m. 11 :00 p. m.
No. 7, Pendleton Pas
senger B :S5 p. m.
No. 8, Spokane Pas
senger v :iu.a- m.
WALLA WALLA BRANCH.
No. 41, Mixed train, 1 :40 p. m.
No. 42, Mixed train B :50 p.m.
No. 7 connects with No. 2.
No. 42 connects with No. 2.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing date subject to change.
For San Francisco every five days.
Rlparla to Lewiston Leave Rlparta
dally, except Saturday, 4 :05 a. m.
i.eave ivewiston aauy, except Friday,
7:00 a. m.
E. C. SMITH, Agent, Pendleton.
TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas
City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH.
Portland and Points
on the Sound.
A who at Pendleton Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, 1:15 p. in.
Tuesday, Thursday and Suttirdiiy,
11:15 a. m.
I.ene Pendleton 7 p. in.
Leave Walla Walla dally, eastbound,
11 :00 p. m.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, westbound,
10:4S a. m.
For information regarding rates and
accommodations, call on or address
W. ADAMS, Agent,
S. B. CALDERHEAD, G. P. A.,
Walla Walla, Washington.
RUNS PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
TO ( GRAND FORKS
THROUGH TICKETS TO
And all points East and South.
Tbrousb tickets to Japan and China,
via Tacoma and northern 1'acisc rjteam
ship Co. and American line.
Trains leave Pendleton -dally except
Sunday, at 7:00 p. m.
For further Information, time cards,
maps and tickets, call on' or write W.
Adams, Pendleton, Oregon, or
A. D. fJUAltbTUN,
Third and Morrison, Sts., Portland, Or.
J. J. KELLY, Proprietor.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
nnd ns good ns nny.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Uee Big Q for tmnatural
Irritations or ulcerations
of m aeons meutbrsuai.
Palnleel. aud Cot SS'.rll-
ltHEAMCHtttiOt'Cfl. gent or poisonous.
If 5i pr prepaid, tor
ftl.OO, or S botlioa, 2.75.
Oircul&r trout uu tut.
jVssTsV auruianj f
not to luloiutv.
H m StMswta rL.nta.rt.u.
LADIES' CAPSULES GARDES
Lady Agents Wanted,
Safe, reliable, absolutely guaran
teed to cure lcucorrlioea and female
weakness. For particulars address
Mo. Prop. .Pharmacy, Lock Box 323,
Kansas City, Mo. For sale by A. C.
Koeppen & Bros., Pendleton.
All water used Is aterellzod and is
The best carbonated drinks it la
possible to make.
Telephone Main 951.
A Golden Opportunity
See nature in all her glorious
beauty, and then the acme of
man's handiwork. The first
Is found along the line of the
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
RAILROAD, tho latter at the
St, Louis World's Fair. Your
trip will be one of pleasure
make the niost of It. For In
formation and illustrated liter
W. O. McBRIDE, General Agent,
The Hotel Pendleton has just been
refitted nnd refurnished throughout.
'Phone and fire alarm connections
with all rooms. Baths In suites and
Hendnunrtcrs for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sutnplo Rooms.
Rates $2.00 and $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt Dining Room Service.
liar nnd Hllllard Room hi Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
Hotel St. George
GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor.
European plan. Everything first-
class. Accommodations the best. AH
modern conveniences. Steam heat
throughout. Roome en suite with
hath. Large, new sample rooms. The
Hotel St. George Is pronounced one
of the most modern and model hotels
of Oregon.- Telephone and fire alarm
connections to offico In all rooms.
Rooms ."()(! to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEIIIJ STS.
Block and it Half From Depot.
(Formerly Oolden Rule.)
Remodeled and refurnished through
out. Everything neat, clean und up-to-date.
Steam heat and electric
lights. Best cuisine. Prompt service.
II. E. BICKERS, Proprietor.
American plan, (3 per day and upwar.
Headquarters tor tourists and commercial
travelers. Special rates made to familial
and single gentlemen. The management
will be pleased at all times to show
rooms and gives prices. A modern Turk
isb bath establishment In the hotel.
U. C. BOWERS, Manager.
That pay their losses promptly. Our
companies stand at the head
of tho list.
Hartford Fire Insurance
Alliance Assurance Co. .. 29,039,963
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2,514,683
North British & Mercantile
Co : 19.69B.97i
Royal Insurance Co 82,897,158
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
113 EAST COURT STREET. J