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SATURDAY. JULY 31. 2SS0.
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...J. B. Benson .
...S. M. Pennington
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School SorMtixTtxDMif.. .-
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.J. L Bperrv
...4. a Smv
....Dr. J. a Uwlaay
City 111 cere.
ator T. A Lacy-
C. B. Bccaett,
P. ilenj.-.min, .
'. 'special notice.
.'':.al fliBrrlt. -"Sunday School every Sunday
. m, a. ., fiiti crvicw t 7, r. M., by Rev. 4. 1.
Wa.tditt riarrcb ! E P. Warren
,u.il.r ; aervfeca lujd In to Baptut Cnurcb, on the
t ii.U .sunilay of eacn month, at it a. a. ana t r. .
iinplM l'lMarrb,--Servftt on the Srat Sunday of
mtfu mwitu, II, 4. a,, aud 7 r, byRav. w. M.
' nmbrrlnnsj Ireyerln t bnrieb Services
.:v.:ry aunduy at U, a. n ana 7, r. Sunday aciiool
at 12, and leryitca every Aeduesday at 7. in
Halt, on Watur utreet, By iUr W. .dorrUon,
A .F. Jt
A. M. Wenloa Uxtsr. So. 05 1
... 4ueU seeond and fourtn Satur
id and lourtn baturuve of eavn
' aiontn. at 7 r. a.
at the Maeenie iWI,
J. E. Jopjm, W. M-
I. O, l. r. lu Lodlfo.Xo, &M
me. ev.-ry ')'. .h ,d-vy at 7 jo. r. u in
Id a ey' lis i.
rin ll'.nuljil i
. i.i at 7,3 1 r. K.
lude , iMI.
MM.IL LEAIH.U. '
iv f.urners are all busy, and gen
, with the prospects.
. niy .irduro.'Jce at Centerville will
' ni'il in xt Mimiluy, August 2d.
, . . - ml Ua V. Last Tuesday opened out
. . -'lol, almost told day, and lircs were in
t'lSK Creek is quite a lobster bed. The
m brought a 1 t of litem to towu thu other
; y; -
f ; 4i.UK CHANCi-:, Two heavy draught nmres
iud also two colts for salo, .'ApJ'ly at this
offiue. ' v .
. HoME.The patrons of A; A. John will
find liiiu next Monday at his new uliri on
"' Main street ' " 1 '. '
- Jacob Prabntcl has gone below tin bui
ncss. He is one of our best citizens an t li-v
Heat. The thermometer indicated 98 di g.
in the shade last Saturday, being the holiest
day of the season.
Universalis!!. The Rev. Paul Smith
will preach ut Dealy's Hiil! to-night at 7. and
tu-iuiiiruw at 11 a. M. and 7 r. m.
TlIE editors of the E. 0. have turned
Catholics. It will be an edifying spectacle
to nee Turner telling his I'cad-i.
Salts, Sails us u ell us hay bus gone up
since tliiiso hordes changed owners. There is
Hj telling bw thiuus nuiy turn out,
WANTKD, Weston wants a good baker;
!riiiaii prel'arred; but lie must li one who
nuderstunds hi.t Im4in'.-g, A ahjudul open
Fa KMEU3, Co to I). C. Louiutbiuy for al
kiud of turning, such as pulleys for headers
and all - other iiiiiuhinery. Steam engine
Suited. D DwigUt. of the firm of
vi M A" Uaijcv,."iiid agei'lS Ht Ptflidletoo,
UMt.il his old friends ut Weston, and every -body
vras glad to see him,
J.iK JjTIcii. .V. It. Jne-i oio of our
J ntie.i, is getting ready for leal b.isi--
-. lie will have a comfortable oilioe in
.i. 'u- houstt. Uriug on your claims.
SkKV NTU.LIsI. The female lielp wlo
! n.iiii naile at uiiKeusoualile hours and keeps
tie it li ilj li in utiiii-g until 11 I. M.,
hoiild keep earlier hours.
Important, When you visit Walla, Walla
be sure and call at the ban Francisco Restau
rant on the north side of Main street. Messrs.
irush & Cranston, the proprietors, spread tbe
best table in the city. J ou't fail to give them
a trial. Everything about the place is neat,
clean and attractive. s
M RBL.K Wohks. D. J. Coleman, Walla
V i lia, i Ti''rk'tiii oi the Marble Work,-n4
r. 'l to t'uriii-h lliiul Stones.Moiiuinaiit
i tiling clw in id.- iijie, at reasouabla
' l-. M.inl)L'ld is itent for C'enter
: '. VVeMoii. and is aulh iriud to take i
i. ; . .d give receipts.
: ' :ktWayt(i Kill Squirrel. Pro
'f ; . uiEcll witha paclisgeof l.oljties' Unuir
mi and have all the boys and girls go
ter 'em. It will clean them out sure. Put
up in large packages and is the cheapest and
tx.'t in tbe market. Made and for sale by H.
I". Holmes, Druggist, Wajla Walla, or to be
bad fiom your nearest Druggist.
W. G. jAMES05l.-rWatcb-maker and jew
ler, corner Main and 3d St.' Walla Wall a
solicits your patronage Having 17 years
practical experience and keeping cowpatmt
workmen is bis employ, is prepared L do
ne watch repairing, jewelry work. sal t
ting etc, promptly aud at reasonable prices.
Watches, Clocks, Spectacles always in stock
and sold cheaper than any othsr store in
Hmtala CrreBneev ! -v
' -r Mountain, July 29. 1880.
Eds. Leader: Everything is lovely and
tlie goose hnugs high. A new road was sur
veyed out here on the mounUiu last Monday,
wbich uivea good satisfaction to all with on
exception. - ' x "' w " --
We are having fine times here now. On
day hot, next day void, next rain, and what
fine crop of grain we will have if nothiug
befalls ns more than we know of now.
K. A. Freed is now conducting singing ev
ery Sunday in the morning at the M. E.
Sunday school in the Shiloh school house, and
iu the evening for the Baptist Sunday school
in the Baptist church, which speaks well for
dir. rreea. ne is wen uitea Here by every
a . irv s w . , .
oue. His school at the Baptut church will
close next Saturday a week. He goes from
here then to teach a terra on Cowse Creek.
James Wisdom U running hie shingle will
full tilt now. , i
James Royse has got bis threshing machine
ready t start by next Monday. 1 believe.
The whuopii'ig cough is among the children;
the distemper 'is among tha homes; goose
berries and eurrunt among tbe fruit-gather
ers, and gas amoug tbe men. No marriages,
no deaths, no news, but lots of breath. So it
is. . Luke Shakp.
The Tribune is published at Pendleton
that is, part of it. The young men of that
sheet d servr credit for their strenuous ef
forts to issue a good paper, and certainly the
"outi-nle is pretty goou. in the last issue
they made oue of those wild attempts to
writs iu an easy, ofl-haud way about the
LEADER, now, as jar us me leader is
concerned, we don't care a bit. But the ef
fort looks so simple, and they always get off
the track- They say, "the fact of the mat
ter is ui line was agreed upou" at the Peu
dleton Division Convention. Y. M, Steen
Chuirman, aud . T. Cook, Secretary of
that convention, signed the report we pub'
lixhed, stating that a Hue was agreed upon,
And the E. O. was so angry about it, they
devutedNiearly a column to fighting it, and
they say a line "was adopted." Now, boys,
read your ''big efforts over to some intelli
gent man before publishing them. Your
bet friends are worried considerably over
apy of your brilliant articles. Don't attempt
a "serious" paper, or a "funny" one; stick to
the mild type of yore.
:i C- ,-u.
day a young man named Thomas
g nortii of Centerville, was riding
'ay which had been bucking cou
mi'.' i ). '. -laving remounted the animal,
. violently on his head and shoul
r - : in ground. I here were no interna
j 'ii a i aay inouient, but the spinal cob
.... a .a tne na e of the neck appeared to have
i sained a r-evere shock from tha coucussion,
as eiun that joint complete paralysis of mo
ii i i and Beosatioii Immediately supervened,
lie wuh carried to the house, Dr. Sharpe sum
moned, and everything done to relieve him,
bat ut i ne lime ot writing there was no per
ceptible improvement in his condition. The
same young man about a year ago sustained
a disloeal iuu from the same cause. Break
ing cay uses is at host a dangerous occupation.
School Fund.-TImj amount of interest
arising from the Common School Fund, distri
buted July 0th, ISoO, by order of the School
Land Lpnunissioncrs, at Salem, Oregon, is
$45,903,55. This is an inciease over last year
of 39,770,43. The number of children between
the age of 4 aud .0 years is 59,015- a gain of
3,157 over the year 1879. '1 he rate per capita
is 77 cents against 69 cents of last year, U ma
tilla Lounty having 3,733 children of School
is entitled to $2,877,41. Umatilla County
stands sixth in the U-it.
Fjned. The individual who caused such
a stir in the city last week, being hrouirht
lfore Recorder Meachen, was fined $10 for
u-iug abusive languaue, $5 for cruelty to his
horse, and $13.50 as costs. Complaint was
further made agijnst hjiu by the City Mar
sha before Justice Powers for resisting a
lawful officer. The offender's wotinled arm
being in uti unhealed oouditiou, he was bailed
iu the sum of $30J to appear for examination
when called for.
Ladies' School. --We are in receipt of the
catalogue and prospectus of St. Paul's school,
Walla Walla, of which Mrs. Lenibel H.
Wells js principal. It is exclusively for
girls. This institution of learning is based
on a high model, and affords advantages to
yoitug ladies that will not suffer by compari
son with any of tlin Eastern schools. It is
highly worthy of patronage. Any informa
tion may be obtained by addressing the prin
Mouse. - t
Notice is hereby given that my wife, Sarah
. l'armeuter, buving left my bed and board
without just cause or provocation, all parties
are hereby cautioned that I will not be re
siionsible for any debts contracted by her
from this date. Wantoji E. Permenter,
Weston, July 13, 1880. 4w
Wokkino I A man rushed into town
Thursday saying Hugh McArthur was at
work in the hay-field. A crowd soon ; con
gregated, aud a committee of three most re-
Habl? citizens dispatched to tbe spot. They
returned saying it was actually so, on the
strength of which e give it.
Stea vgk. uf the many persons who re
Iusd to assist our Marshal ju making a law
f ul arreat, not one of them has been punished.
Wlien the Marshal himself shows so little
npe.-i for the dignity of tbe office, it is not
nr, r.ing that others treat it with the utmost
L iSEV, Parties weald do well to patron
)e ileffelfinger in getting freight from B)ve
MooaUin Station, as he gets it immediately,
and Uuu saves storage.
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA.
Read the following testimonials, not trow
persons 3,000 miles away, whom no one
knows, but from well-known and trust-worthy
oitizeus of Oregon, whose name, writ
ten with their own bands, can be seen at our
office: ' u -' :
Portland, Or., July 81, 1879
Tbe OREGON KIDNEY TEA baa cared
my back and kfdneys, and I am at a bus to
express my gratitude. I shall always re
member the OREGON KIDNEY TEA with
pleasure and esteem, aud highly recommend
it to all my fneuds and acquaintances.
J. H. P. DOWNING (at P. Selling's).
Portland, Or. January 31, 1879.
While I was in Tillamook but winter I was
affected iu my back and kidneys so that it
was alinust impossible for me to reach Port
land. Wheu I got here I wes induced to try
the OREGON KIDNEY TEA. I drank, at
my meals, the tea made from it, aud it has
effected a radical cure. I can highly recoui
mend it to all those afflicted as I was. -
Tbe immense sale and great popularity of
Green's August Flower in all towns and vil-
ages in tbe civilized world has caused many
mitators to adopt similar names, expecting to
reap a harvest for themselves at the expense
of the adicted. This medicine was introduced
in 1868, and for the cure of Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, with their effects, such as
Sour Stomach, Costivenes, Sick Stomach, Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Palpitation of the heart
vertigo, etc., etc., it never ha failed to our
knowledge. Three doses will relieve any case
of Dyspepsia. Two million bottles sold last
year. Price 75 cents. Samples 10 cents.
Green's Atlas And Diarv Almanac,
the most expensive free Almanac ever publish'
ed, sent free on receipt of two cent stamp.
U. li. UREEK,
Woodbury, N. J., U. S. A.
Ceops.T1ic urbane editor of the Watch
man indulges in a mild suspicion regarding
our statement of the security of the crops in
Umatilla county, westatea in a previous
issue that some fields had been ruined. The
fact is that the crops from Milton to Pendle
ton are iu fair condition much bettor than
anyone anticipated they would be, before the
Brutes. Two well-known grass widow
ers whose wives and babies are about to re
turn from a visit, were overheard to sympa
thize with each .other thusly; "Our happy
days are over. No more can we jump over
the chairs and receive our friends sans cere
monie." TRAMPS. The Walla Walla Statesman
is indulging in a vigorous war against tramps
and dead beats. The latter are "kicking"
about it, some inside the caliboose, and oth
ers in. their . respective spheres. Society
should frown on sqch characters.
Democrats, Turn out and organize, a
Hancock club next Monday. This matter
should be attended to by men of all parties
who desire to sec "Clear Record" Hancock
Lots and Farms tow Sale. :
I have a house and lol situated in tha cerjr
tral part of Weston, lor sale. Also two larg?
farms. Terms easy. A. Meachen,
To the wife of Uev. R, C. Oglesby, of
Heppner, July 27th, a son. Weight, 9$tbs,
father, mother and child doing well. Good
for the west end.
SAY ! Did you read the plan in the E. Q,
that was adopted that Pendleton would be
enabled to evade the result of its own effort
in calling a Division Convention ? They
mistake the people of this county for servile
Change. Service at All Saints Church to
morrow at It A. M. instead of 7-30 P. M.
as heretofore, by Rev. J. D. McConkey.
The Holy Communion wil) be administered.
APOLOGY. We must apologise to our Dem
ocratic friends for having omitted the call for
the organization of a Hancock ulub in western
1'rccinct, It appears in this issue, however.
GIRL. It seems that the son an4 heir of
the house of Chamberlain is, after all, a girl
Girls are always much nicer than bojs, any
J. S. VanCkave has about eighteen &ai
horses of all ages sick with the distemper.
err aa Isjaacttaa
B imteaniliw a. iaabla eatH
debiliated physiqae, mad mrUt4m s thin tad innutri
tion drcBlsttoD with Ur&MK Stomach Bitters, the
neat, the most highly eeactioaad, aa4 tbe meat popu
lar tonic ana praraara in eriaienre
For aala by s3 PragaVf ud PssWrp leaaraOr.
"30LL0M XHOH9 o smn piToj mooj ;
nao ixm taw; psipiunj fsnodind Strfpipia, joj
'SAOQMA 9 SEOOQ
jd 30?i pooJ oejy sondimsrx ta io
' jo addui doo9 pueq no daaj
Visv ( pajoduil Avon aja km, 'Xjauiqavra
ueio papa puu don m p3aia Suash
mi su-i-ivaa unv .
bj "som aaoma
: dons Sniqqop ivaaudn
T7R0M THE. PREMISES OP THE
X" subscnbir, residing on eight Mile, in Was
co county, a DAi.K BAY HORSE, about 15
hands high, with short heavy tiaL star in lore-
head, mane parted in center, white streak over
left nose, collar marks on top of neck, shod all
around with old shoes, not branded nor saddle
marked. When last seen was at John Day's
nndee, goim; in tne direction of W alla Walla.
I t. a dull, A its will be paid tor tbe return
oi tne animal, or o ior luiormation oi nis
i . i a- r e i? i
whereabouts. JOHiN TAUrEKT.
The Dallas, July 20, 1S30. 7 -24-80
W. T. Cook.
J. H. Irvine, M. D.
MAIN STREET, V
Contains a full stock of Pure
DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES,
AND TOILET ARTICLES
AINTS. SWEET & LUBRICATING OILS
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
BOOKS and STATIONARY,
Todd's Cold Pens.
Fine Cigars, and Tobaccos,
Choice Wines and Liquors,
For MeJidnul purpotei only,
Prescriptions and Beeetpes CBpode4
with Care and ptspatell
ITSPTIHR LADIES OF WESTON AND VICINITY
iiiPS i art; respectfully informed tht thp Undr
sioed have ojwned mnd now offer for ule a Complete
Slock ot r i st-Cl.igg
The Latest Styles of Bats and Bon
nets always on hand in Great Va
riety. FEATHERS, FL0WEE3
and every kind of TKIAI
MING to suit the most
M.tV 8TBF.CT WESTOX.
(Xext door to Hardware Store.)
MILLER A SCHXEBLLT
HEADER DRAPERS !
Be sure to send your orders for II EA D
ER DRAPERS to PAIXE BROS.,
of their own Manufacture. Tkf.y are
uneqnalUd in quality of material and
DR. H. R. ALDEN,
GST Directly Opposite tha Postcjlce'3
WAIU WALU, T.
J. H. RALEY,
Suneyor and Civil Engineer,
- Pendleton, Oregon,
Town Plats made and Lands Located.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
Tho Undersigned are now prepared to sell
CASTOR AND LARD OILS
Than tbey can be had this side of The Dalles.
E3Call and get Prices' !
ICOOXaXi Sb TwTTT.T.-BXfc.
Citt Drcq Store, Westo?.
ST. PAUL SCHOOL, S
A Boarding and Day School
FOR GIRLS. i
The Christmas Term beglna on Thursday, Sept. ,
1830. It U Important for every pupil to be present on
FIRST DAY OF THE TFRM !
For narticularg. call at the aohoolion Poolar StrfoL
omw en second aoil Ttyrd 8treU, or Addresa the
PRINCIPAL. ' . Mt. L. 0. Wt.LL-S. .
7--3m walla walU, w. T.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY;
And all kinds of
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street,
janiStf WALLA WALt.A, Wf. T
North end of Water St.
H. A. GREEN
Keeps cont'a-itH' on hwi a full 5'ipplr of Hay,
flarala, aaftri etc., and all iiordeslurt in ior charge win
receive geva treatment. j
friMUPS attention vvon ta arretc or night )
goo! aoml aaxl caHrittif irrwu.Mla .Jj)fH:iit to dlabiw.
Drug Store, Centerville,
. C. STAMPER, MRS. TAVLOR.J
The Webfoot Restaurant,'
Opposite the new Court llouxe..)
I ----- - 2QC
Best Heals for tbe Money In Walla Walla.
' 7-2-tf i . .
YOU can buy a complete suit of
YOU can buy a neat Cassimerci
.suit tor at sALIAii A
YOU can buy a nobby Caslraere;
Sqit tor $14 to $16 at ?S ALIAt;
YOU ean buy a fine Suit of Itlue
lSeuvcr, uluck Broadcloth or
heavy Oassimsre at the lowest
figures in tue country at SAL-
YOU can buy a small boy a fine
suit lor 93 at siLiAii &
YOU can buy a o. suit for a
small Doy iqr $5 at SALlu
You can buy an all-wool ult for
boy trom 5 1 9 years old from
$7.50 to $10 at SALIXG &
YO.U can bny a pair of blankets
for $4 at Saling & Reese's.
YOU ean bny a large white bed
blanket for $8 at Saling &
Lara boys ind small men can
Fvvo aavus callus . fyvca
IODIDE OF POTASS.
The BeBt Spring Medians and Beanti
fler of the Coatplexion In use. Cures
Pimples, Eoil3, Blotches, Neuralgia,
Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic and Mercuri
al pains, and all Diseases arising from an
impure state of the Blood or Liver. ,
ggTSold bv McColTo: Miller. .
IMMEDIATE AND PERMANENT
CURE for C0USHS. COLDS. AsTH-
MA. BRONCHITIS, CROUP, INFLUENZA.
CATARRH. Loss ef VOICE, Incipient
Consumption, and .all Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Ask for the Cali
fornia Pulmonary Balsam, and take no
othar. . .
. .-. ...
3TSiIJ bv all Drnssist.
In Prices at the '
CENTERVILLE HARDWARE STORE!
All kl jUs or Tinware kept In Stock tail made
Jul Work and ejairing Neatly and
Cheaply done. All Goods in- my line told .
at Walla IVcula prices. H.S.tlini.
Centerville, Or. , 7-17-80-tf
PHYSIO-MEDICAL joR - BOTANIC
rjisciwi of Wjmoh and Ohiliiren, Diphtheria nd
Chronic C'imtxian. it. do Ex.ractiu,f oi Tedtil A spec
ialty. Conau tuU'j.) Krco at lay Ultlce, next tloor to
Hotfinaii ot Mji. n, Ci.."i'l'J.ULLr., ur.
LIVERY and FEED. STABLE,
JOHN D7STAK, Proprietor.
Splendid Turnouts and Suddie Horse it shortest,
nouce. Hcnty oi hay and (rraia always on b&Dd.
Cuarges to suit te tiinvS.
Renumber the p'aoe, opposite tUe PjJ HI CO
N. DUSENBERY 4t CO.'S
3-3jar aa ytr is f o xc si-su
STILL CONTlNUi3 on CASH BASIS, and we ham
juH reiit-ivi-d uuudikally larv invoice of !ry Good
Clotliing, Uenta' FurnUlimu flouds; iwotaaad -.Shoe
Crouerii-'rt and Provkifiiin. wniuht we are prepareijto eull
at the LOWtST pussible rata) i'OK CA.SH., Grain
Bacon, Lard, Art:., wken in eicciianj for merehandUis
Remember the place: opposite lru-' Store, Idiin srect
Baton, ur. t Miuig-
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY..
Is iij never-failing Cuiev
or (Nervous l)ebild$jrv.
xhanst(-d ; Vitality
Paralysis, and ull tsnck.
terrible effects as Loss
jf Memory, Lassitude,
Averfiipu to Society,
Oiifuness of Vision,
Noises in the Head,
.pd many other diseas
es that lead to insanityi and death. DR.
M INTIE will ajrree toforfeit Five HCNDRED
Dollars fur a rage of tkfc kind the VITAL
RESTORATIVE (under jhis special advice
and treatment) will not cure, or for anything
impure or in jurioin found fn it. DR. MIN
Tlt reals all private Dipcat-es successfully
without mercury. CON-it" LT ATI0N FkEB.
Tluirouh examination and advice, including
analysis of urine, ,".0a Frice of Vital Re
storative, 3.00 a bottle, or fur times tho
quantity,' 10.00; nctrtto any address upon re
ceipt ut price, or C. Q. D,, e'Ure from b-serv.-itiim.
and iu private n-imc if desired, by
A. F- M INTIE, M. U, 11 Kearney strefc.-.
San Frant'iacn, ('al ,
DR MIVl'IK'S KIDNEY " REMEDY.
"NEPHKETICUM." care alt kiud of Kid
ney and liiadder cwiupliiiiits, Uoniiorrhoeu.
(Jlect, I.encoirliiiea, For ale by all dru-it-;
SI .00 a WHe mx hottle for $5.00,
DR. MINTIE'S DANDELION PILLS
are tlic bosi and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
lilLLIOUS cure in tiie market. For gale b .
t'7E arc sole agents for ClwltVO. N. T.'
YV Spool Ckitwu. -the .beat ju the world.
SALING & REESE.
COR. MAIS a.-A FRANKLIN Sts.
Also, COOLEY'S PATENT CORK
4Nx ELECTRIC HEALTH CORSET
in. white and colored. I
OTICE IS BEItEriT CITES TDAT II
Pursuance of an order uf tae Ccarity Cwurl. of
tne Mte of Urrgan. County ef UnutilU, made on vb j
loth day uf July, 1380, in the matter of the .iru.te of
Cbrhtoptier Ein'ertart, diSMei, I will nit at public arte,
tl'ju to (be lughostljiJdcror. Ineprjin.KjaliereinJicr u
acribed, on Friday, Aognat 20, 180. at 1 o'clock in the
afternoon oi aaid a-y, tat following described real ea
tate, together with trie iraproramanu toereon, to-wiv
Tbe w of nel of &tt oi nw, fc nwi o( a
atttion 29 T IKK SSC, lyin; aod bewc is Umatilla,
County, Oregon, and coouiidnic two buodred avrea.
Tcnm: One-naif eaah la band,: and one-na f in tw. re
monbis, securui by mctiii; : ca tne premise.
T. H. KuHTLB.,
8. V Knox. i 1a jcutor,
Tustin BK, I
Att'y lor Ex-xstor
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