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SATURDAY. AUGUST 1a
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m m Pouted
ft. li. Venainetoa
i. B. Keener
J. a Arnold
lr. 1. B. Undear
J. H. Umir
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1 . A. Wortoioftoa,
..L. a Wood. s
..L L. VoaWiaklo.
Striae! Cfcrrh.--8ondj- School every Sondmy
itlu:30. a. n., and err' T, . aL,byv. J. D.
larttesaist ChsuraB Aatsu-rtev. . Wairea
ktui Held in ue aapoH m
frsnday at oacta month, itlli.lL and J r. a.
Baptist Ckarck. sorvtcet oa Cm Int Sunday of
u awnta, U, A. a., and 7 r. a., by Kev. w. H.
ruibfrlud rreseyterlaa Chajrh Services
every buuday at 11, A. M., and 7, r. a., Sunday spgoooI
at 12, ., and senrioee everr Wednewiay at 7. r. a., in
iMaiy's HaM. oa KifeT street, by Kee H. W. ilumxm.
50C uim.ti second and
w month, at 7 r. a.
-WmIM Lodcc Xa. est
I tourllt baturdvn of eacfc
at th Masonic flan.
J. t Joim, W. M.
I. O. O. r.-IM LodxcSa. KKl
nan everv TLunuUv at J JO. r. a., in
-Turq- ialr Hall.
L.. C J. mw M.aatala JUdsv A. 341.
Mclatier Batatda at 7,30 f. a.
A. Johu has Applets sod vegetable to
BoEN. To the Wifo of c. A. Eobey
Friday the 13th, a dan .ter, woig'it, 7fls.
l ir.HT. Buy Bonanza Coal oil which
Sire proof teat.
. HIGH. Tone' new brick building ia looming
MASHED. Mr. Chenoweth's forefinger be
ta ecu two pieces of timber.
'iV HEPfKE, Ag. 9, 1880,
- Eds. Leads: After a loujrwaitint; for
MSuethiag to turn nptfaai wo taake as in
teresting item fur your valsaWe paper, I hare
come to the cunchisj.m to gre voa uch aa 1
v.n bees Able ' gather,- Hmhteresting
though they be." .. . h
Our town i improriHg' rapidly, eighteen
aew bs3duiK having been, erected thia
pring And anmiuer. v." ' -
The crops thrwti tlaa aecticn are light;
caaae, graaahoppera. -
A petitioa is sow iaf eirculxtiou in this oad
of the cooaty. Asking; the XexialAture to ur
ganixeAwcowity tmt)l portion of this
and Wasco counties, and sa tlatre jteems to
be ba eppoeitiuav I presume a; new county
will be organised fey saw next legislature.
The decline in wool. sxBce ahcAiiDg time haa
cAoaed the sheep men f this aectiou to hold
their wool fur better nrices, cMiaequeutly
money in scarce and tones dull. And likely to
remain so far sometiau te eotne.
Wm. Morrow, of the firm of Morrow t
Sun, of thia place, And Billy Theodore, intend
startinc for Portland er 'Frisco iu a few
weeks to jmrchaae their fkll stock of goods;
and beinx both yatiDg and' single, expect to
have a high old.tiuMy.JSHt like .ail other ex
pectAtions, 1 presume they wiH enjoy more
ia anticipation than in participation. Dr.
Swinburn has Veen heard to say that he
could see a fee in the future.
A painter by the name of ColliiiB abscond
ed iroui the town last night, 1 saving numer
ous creditors to "bear him in remembrance.
The press should pau him' around, as suck
t men us him make it hard far honest poor men
to start in a strange place.
Our energetic towu!man. H. Ileppner, is in
receipt oi a large, new safe he must be' do
ing a thriven;; bu-dueu. Our town coulsins
no better men, uud we hope he may prosper.
We expect to start a Hancock and English
club here soo:t, though it seems uaeles. for
there bat abo.it a dozen men iu this precinct
but what have made up their mind to vote
for them Anyway; and those who will n it, ex
pect to retire noin politics before the electiou,
to save huv:ni it said they were heat ufter
election, i cuuld almost pity -those ninety
thousand llepubiicAu office-holders, knowing
the torment they suffer as the voice of the
Hopie reaches their ear in torv:s not to be
uiistaten, ia; iug, "You must step down aud
out ! More anon,
Hl KT. Tom Carl's '00 n.utc
li . k-, hence the trouble. '
ClH-EED. Mr. Purcellwas almost choked
Vy luving a lone lodud in his throat. Ipecac
Vr'iuht it up.
-The draft of Mr. I. E. Saling's brick
Weton is putting on airs.
Callkp. 1 r. Eagan Uk A flying trip to
the Warm Sj ringB Uiis week. His -visit was
I'iicrr is a scunity of ttinoer for are wood
r. r Olympia.
The cheese factory At Wlute river uses 2J
'ms of milk daily, which, at 80 cents per 100
.'a, scatters $30 among eight or ten faimers
Wfbfoot oil in the ciuel in putrid sore throat
r diphtheria. For sale by McColl and Mil-i-r.
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA.
"Webfoot oil is the boss medicine, and ran
lif had for fifty cents a bottle at McColl and
PXEKTT. He needs a servant girl always
does, generally. But when she is seven feel
high, has throe parent, nine brothers and
sisters and oi-e admirer to board with Iter, it
looms np ttiat he wants a change, quick.
So AT. All people will note tne establish
ment of soap works At WallA Walla. Mr.
l yer has the financial ability to push this en
trrpriNs to succ:-, and proposes doing so.
lationiae home industry and read bis ad to
day. Makble Works. D. J. Clman, Walla
Walla, ia proprietor of the Marble Works, tod
prepared to furniih Head ff-tones.Monuineiits
asd everything rle in his line, at reasonable
rates. .. B. . Manhfield is agent for Center
Til e and Wanton, and is authorized to take
rdera and give receipts.
Mead tin: following testimonials, not rrom
persons 3.000 miles away, whom no one
knows, but from well-known and trust-wor
thy oitizens of Oregon, whose names, writ
ten with their own hands, can be seen at our
Silvertox, Dr., March 27, 18S0.
I have been aiilictcd with a kidney trouble
for twelve J ears, during which time I have
nsed almost every kind of kidney remedy '
I could hear of, bnt obtained no relief until I
tried the OKEGON KIDNEY TEA. I ui
now usim; the second box, and am free to
say that I am much tatter, and have no hes
itancy in recommending it as a pleasant and
safe kidney remedy. W. B. COX.
GoLUESliALE, W. T., March 31, 1830.
I have had the diabetes for thirty years.
Have had many physicians prescribe for me,
but fitiked to get relief. 1 tried the OREGON
KIDNEY TEA, aud the first dose gave mc
relief. I am now almost well, aud would
recoinmand it to any one suffering from this
disease. MOSES I'IKE.
The -nW mantle ffftly.
drooped over the claaaic shades"of "tbfc"roiiia-1
tic Bloe ItotitJalne, with only t&G&i&v:
flickering stellar gleata tr'reiieve " the quiet
gloom. The pBi: wmifaieBC3 so oft
exposed tt. thtfut.thkdmVUtg mnah
western brteB,. yid k i becoming
quiet. It teemed as the "puke f nare had
ceased to beat.- JHeep, the lrasW aitd equ.il
ixer ot human woes, would soon with sopor
ific gUraoax have traiued busy brains to sub
juganon, at L least have nsellnwed ideas into'
soft, fancif urchaos, " melting imperceptibly
into realms of .nduentity . -Butoi.e mind was
yet active, yea, brightenad wit exaiement
His faitafnl old horse, the statmch ally of
pioneer days which had engrafted its image
in the chamber of bis affpctioi.. bJ f-li.
int i well aighteen ie-t deep. . Not head
first, but it had preripitably climbed down
with its caudal appeadage ia the van, as if
even in its dire extremity it would still gare
upon the world. The neighbors were aroused.
Old nu and maidens, children and spectacled
grandmas wrestling with stiff-necked rheu
matism, . men of all aizes, hastened to Uie
spot. A vote was taken; and a trench of ex
it must be dug. Strong arms and willing
hearts were there.- Said Mr; B., the owner,
in teaching tones, "Let the animal be placed
on the level ground, among white people, and
die a respectable death, and I repine nal.
Many wept. A callous, red-headed," big
knuckled boy suid to spread some oata beside
the well, and ail hide, and 'the baste wud
come np," but a portly dame raached for him
and stretched his ear, All nijrbt they dug.
Mr. M. was chief engineer. Just close bv
was another horse tied, to be used in pulling
the imprisoned brute out. As the gray fin
ger of duwu was being extended to pull aside
the noutnrnal mantle, and the perspiring
workers had about completed the. task,, some
thing occurred. Mr. M. and 'and Mr. B.'a
boy were delivering the victorious teruiinul
strokes, men encouraging, .women sympa
thizing, buys applauding, the cayuse No. 2
had detached his moorings and unexpectedly
backed down into t.ie trench, falling between
the workers ! Men howled, women screamed,
aud boys lay dowu on their backs and cried
aloud. Mr. M. endowed with superhuman
acrobatic agility, -prang over the unknown
struggling monster, jumped cut and ran for
dear life, aimlessly. Providentially a large
and sufficiently strong barn suddenly stopped
him. His loud panting discovered him to the
anxious ones, and all rejoiced to find him
alive. The aged horse No. la leisurely
walked out to investigate thing?, and the
happiness being complete, and no dancing
permittad, the joyous baud dispersed to their
Do not get frightened because a cayuse
does not fall ou yon.
The editor of the iAGrazale Zasttrn Ore
f9eaf with all the -pomot Tttny
gaut eonee VnaWing Jiguorai of th
country in which he live, by defiantly dia
claaaing that there are any Canada thistles
in Ca-andpudcValley, thus casting unfav
orable rcSartiens on those whVifS' sctuai
knowledge and ao malice, made the statement
thai that pest hud oertaiuly found a foothold
iu teountryj , If the hili toued editor of
that orilflant and puissant jnuraal will send
soiae one, who knows enough to recognise a
Canada thistle, to the orchard of Mr. Kory
MeSenzie,-aituated oa the Sand idge about
four or five uiika from Sanimerrtlle, he will,
if pussessed of geutlfcumuly candor, assume a
different tone. Oar motive in drawiutf atten
tion lo the fact, was simply that the farmers,
being warned of the presence of this trouble
some weed, would use every endeavor to pre
vent its spread, and, it possible, secure its
eradication. The thistles were seen there by
parties who probably know more concerning
such matters than the influential editor of
the' J?. O. Republican . And even if our in
formation had been incorrect, which it was
not, common cnurtey would have dictated a
different method of dealing with a questiou
of . au much - importance to-the farmers of
Grand Konde Valley.
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Haxcock CLcb. The 'second meeting .of
the Weston Hancock Club w as held at
Dealya Hail lt Monday evening. The at
tendance was not as large as was expected.
Several new names were added to the roll of
membership. It was agreed to leave the roll
at the City Drag Store to give persons who
desired, a chance to sign it. Judge Crawford
addressed the club in a telling wanner fur
about thirty minutes. The next meeting
wiH be at Dealy's Hall on Monday Aug. 16th
at 8 P. M. All are invited to attend. ' -
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Patent Jlcdici-My. .Paiats, t if.
- Pure Liquors, sw 'y Pr Pres??f
IMPER1SAHBLE PAINT AND ATALMITIGDHStC
' a txaot as. msLLsts.tontn sue or- a J--, g fem
r-, Albums, fatfv?
Elegant Tases, Met
WATCRES AST "JEWELVSY r- '? t
. AABseedU Chaaav JHSt, LBbrteaUas. lard sad Sperm
oT all ataes. WBEKA a4 faaasas LEJLD ClES CHOtXCt,'
Tne Entry Orgaa.
This fine instrument is now offered for sale
on easy terms, delivered to customers iu any
part of country, and fully warranted for five
years. - The WEBER aud other first chvs
Pianos at the lowest prices, ' .
Also sheet music and music books.. Orders
by mail will receive prompt attention. . In
struments timed and rrpi.ired. Price list
sent on Appli. a iju. i ddres, all orders to -B.
Stanley, alia Waua T.
Spokane Falls has lately got a tele
graph line through from Portland, and
the first message that floated . across it
after the usual congratulatory greetings,
was the newa that the town had been
! visited bv fire, destroying six buildings,
and entailing a loss to their owners of
$8,000. Welcome. ' .;.
Gov. Neil assumed his gubernatorial
duties on Wednesday last, after taking
the following oath administered bv Judge
Prescriptions Carefully Comopundedatali' houcs
(successor to Aria. tiro y
COR MAIN A$?l&T WAIiL
. Km on hinJ at t 'Jm tE asd compete tostk of
lTWch Trill be so'id it.
WILL OFFER TO THE PEOPLE OF JTST3S AXD F7i
List of letters remaining in Weston Post
office Aug 10: Persons calling for said letters
will please say Advertised:
The Best Wat to Kill Squirrel. Pro
vide yonrsslf with a package of h'oimet' Squir
rW PaUon and have all the boys and girls go
aiUr 'sat. It will clean them out sure. Put
a ia large packagas and is the cheapest and
W in the market. Made sad far salt hy H.
E. Holmes, Druggist, Walla Walla, or to be
had fiom your nearest Druggist.
W. G. JaMESOS. Wateh.ma.kor nmA iw
W, comer Msin and 3d St. Walla Waliaa
aoliait yanr patroaave Having 17 years
practical eipcrieuee and keeping competent
workaaan ia aia employ, is prepared to do
-M watch repairing, jewelry work, seal cut
ting etc, preanptly and At reasonable prices.
VTatches, docks, Spectacles always in stock
and sold cheaper thaa any other store ia
Ashpuu;;h, Mis.-, L
Allen. K N (2)
Baker, 11 G
Berry, Ira W
liowinaii, W .1
Beach, Geo G
Bryant, Miss Lillie
Casev. L G
ChAu"ibers, W H f2)
Cole. G W
Cornelmo. Jas W (2)
Derrick. M L
I legu. Gn
Harrison, W C . -Kelty,
King, Mrs M L
King, Mrs Mary E
Ixm', Mrs R E
McCov, Elliott (2)
Muileu, John J
Patterson, Mrs Dr L 3
Price, Lester E
Peachey, J B
Pierce, M H
Philot, Winnie (4)
PhUpot. S M
Queener, Ir J H
Rav, Mary J
Kidgwav I) T
Smvey. W A (2)
Shook, Jos P
Scott. Jacob (3)
Scott, Walter A
: tntnglcr, Jolin A .
Williams, Wirt D (2)
Young, J N
L. S. Wood, P. M.
INDIANS. Drunken Indians have been
seen several times again of late. Mr. May
bee informs as that twice he baa been ap
proached roughly by them, the last time m
Aug. 6th. This drn&kea Indian demanded
"muck-A-muck," and was oaly indnesd to
leave by scaring him. His languaga was foul
sad offensive. Now, it ia not likely that the
liquor is obtained from saloon-keepers, but
they mast buy it from somebody, and every
ne w interested in detecting the culprit. Mr.
Msybee encounters! this fellow about two
'Ji'.'vt wtut of Centerville.
The immense sale and great popularity of
Green's AcgBst Flower in all town and vil
ages in the civilized world has cAusecT many
mitators to adopt tupilar names, expecting to
reap a harvest for themselves at the expense
of the aflictsd. This medicine was introduced
in 1868, and for the care 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 ncoer hat failed to ear
knowledge. Three doses will relieve any case
of Dyspepsia. . Two million bottles sold last
yar. Priae 75 cents. Sample 0 centa
Greek's Atlas Ad Pia.jkt.Alm an ac,
the most xpsnaira fsaa AlmaKae ever puiJtah
ed. aaat fcas oja'laawiutat tan cent stamp. '
Waodbarr. K... U. S. A.
Blue Mountain, Aug. ll'tli, 1880.
Editors Leader, Dear Six, The bast
pass across the Blue Mountains is becoming
a matter of some importance, and as snch it
is to be regretted that the discussion of the
different routes is not conducted in a spirit of
tarrness and candor.' Difficult as it may some
times be to prevent individual benefit from in
terfering with the discharge of public duty, it
is unreasonable to allow it to run away entirely
with one's judgement and discernment. The
inexperienced youth who is the nominal editor
of the La Grande paoer is positive beyond con
viction that the -Meacliem road hilly as it is,
is the best route across the Mountain. It,
passes through La Grande and that is all be
knows about it, and for his purpose that is
sufficient. Then again the Brigadier General
sheet at Pendleton that never was known to
publish anything decent, unless it was individ
ually benefitted by so doing, is conclusive iu
its dictum .hat the Meachem r.-u.e is the only
aud natural one for the transportation of
-merchandise to Grand Bonde Valley. The
other Pendleton paper would probably gay
something to the purport if it had sufficient
mental force to say anything, but as its eastern
exchanges know nothing of this matter, neither
does it, poor thing. Now all this loud talk
does not mean the beat pass across the Blue
Mountains, but simply the aggrandizement of
Pendleton and La -Grande. The monbuud
condition of the latter place makes almost ex
cusable any attempt to keep it alive; desperate
cases require desperate remedies, and nothing
could be more desperate than the futile en
deavor of E. 0. Republican to make An argu
ment in behalf of its town. The same is almost
true of Pendleton. Centerville and Weston "
are to it what Island City and Union have
been to La Grande. Is it any wonder then
that the Pendleton press, ' with the"prineiples
they possess, should use any means to retain
the trade accruing from the transportation
through that town? But let facts be submit
ted to a candid world. As compared with the
Meachem road the Thomas and Rncklea road
is less rocky, less hilly and shorter. The
grades on the latter are fewer in. number and
more gradual in their assent It is better sup
plied with watering places for the accomisodat
tion of teamsters. Any one who has travelled
these roads must realize the correctness of the
above statements. Asd yet we find persons
and papers who are so fully alive to their own
interests that ad amount of misrepresentation
is incompatible with their methods of nerving
their purposeax C.
McGoldrick: "I, John H. Neil, do ol
emnly swear that I will perform tie
duties ot Governor of the Territory of
Idaho according to law and the best of
tny ability, so help me God." Idaho
Jjemorrct. :'- "'. r
And guarantee to . ,
ll U II II II II I I II It
tiFl l Cominj to Wah
Orders Carefully and
Wiilla ojm miMnj your Ttififtat
t- . ,.
Mr. Rankin, the father of the child
who was killed by falling through a
bridge in East Portland, will sue th
city for damages. The sum of $5,000
18 all that can be btained.
There seems to be another lull in the
matrimaiiial market. Come girls, this
won't do. Don't wait four years.
On Thursday of last week a house belonging
to Col. Kendall, &lout three miles north of
Salem, and occupied by Corn-ore and family,
with all its contents, was consumed by fire.
It is estimated that it will take three years
to complete the entire compilation of the census.
Democratic majority in Alabama is
THE LITTLE JOKER
"L JAJ'IEE W AMU XIKE AT A TTE
VrVr larre annrnts, amail onei few or many,
washes tbem rlan; never tears off or breaks button,;
cannot ruin the clotbra a particle; is esmil.v worked,
and avoid pactmp clothes before (Rubin; thcat,
kni is Unjequalled for Washing WooL
"V ' References? c' ' -
Mis J K Bean
Mim Cynthia Bea;le
Mrs Lot Lilvermotv
Mrt E Rohins
Mrs M nVntier
Knll A M.t 'ock
Mitt Lizzie Stall
Mm ioe Earner
Mrs A Cole
M A E Femiinton
ila V "httcomb
KEXXISOX A ELY,
YOU can buy complete salt of
Clot hes fur $10 at SAL1N G &
YOU can buy a neat Cassimere
Suit tor at A
YOC can buy a nobby Cassimere
8 ait for ?i4 to $1G at SALG
YOU can buy a fine Suit of Blue
Beaver, Black Broatlclota or
heayy Cassinw re at the lowest
figures ia tae country at SAL
lti tV KEESE'S.
YOU can buy a small boy a fine
suit for $3 at BALING A
YOU can buy a If o. I suit for a
small boy for $5 at 8AJJXG
You can buy an all-wool suit for
boy from 5 to 9 yean old from
tjttJMTt lO at SA1J.G &
l BCCSe (a.-'7.' ."ST ft vyrw,
Att Uada af T la ware ktws a Jteek aav
- -. '" " wfte w 4tm
- Job Work, and J?cwiri?y:-dZetli and
Cheaply don? AH Gids tavpty line told
at WaUn It alia itrtcea. HrJllllt.
Flour has fallen in, Yuba, county, CaL
A forty ton pile' of floor tnmbjed ovr
in the Wheatlana Mill" wartonae re
cently, covering np one of the workmen,
and afhag another. Bth were xtri
cated witboat injury. j
R, IL Fay has received "his commis
sion as agent far ')he Umatilla Indiana.
Jacob Pratbatcl has retttroed, a Weston.
G. W." Walker, of eniefiinTwas in the
cHy last Saturday.
Prof. Taylor has gone fishing, ta Camas
Praina, The "noble red man" has no ter
rors for him.
- Sam Clarke, the editor of the Willamette
Farmer, and occasional correspondent of
many leading papers, passed through Weston
an a tour of obuervatioa through this sectiua
of country, with a view to writing it up.
Biaffionj Soap Works!
Walla Walla, W. T.
Thii atSnlliBfanvent is aow tboroo-nlj oqoippod for
MANUFACTURE OF SOAPS
Ob an extenaive scale, and I ass aaraared to f umiofa for
the uie of Bousckcenen a Beater article thaa
cast he boasbl here Cor the aaase naourj 1
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
ENGttSH 1 RtE0Y.
Is a iiever-iaiiinaj Cure
for Kervoua. Debility,
ixhausted ' ITllaHty,
Paralytos, td all anch
terrible flfects aa Lose
tiniuess "i Vtiion,.
Hid massy w"-
ea tuat- laa u .., litjj. wi'i Mih.OIt;
AUNTIE will agree tofi.rfett Kiva Hf'vDeKD
l(Ll.A1tS for araw chiita4ia.a iXBAL
RESTORATIVE (under his special a2ii5
and treatment) ill n caa Aa-axy thing
impure orlujurious found in f. MJN
T1E treats all Private Piseaaes 'aaceajjafnlly
without tnerrovyf CtoWCT WfalE c.
Thorough exaininatum.-aKd advieeimiludiug
analysis of urine, $5.00." Priceof TitaT Ke
storative, $3 00 w"brte,f foursines- the
quaatitySK).00; seat to aiyr address upon re
ceipt of price, or C. O.'TAsectfrc fronT b
scrvatiftn, and i private name if dejaje4 by
A. E. MINTIE, M. D. 11. Kearney street.
San Praiirison, t'al ''n.-.Sisw? 4
Dlt. MiMUE'S KiiSEV REMEDY,
"N EPH RE Ti CV M. '" cure all kfiraVei Kio
hey and Bluddcr coiitadaintaw'taMorrlzoe,
Gleet, Leueorrboea,;vi-'or?sle by all drug-gist-;
?i 00 a bottle; six VMtlefor..'tS,
I) M IN T 1 E'S D AN IMLMINts ftLLS
are the best and cue pest DYSPEPSLV and
BlLLIOUS cure inn?tnarketlo'Bsae by
all dmgK.,48 - tst 4 ftSisSl
Bead yoar order to
. J. aTEa
Bead our new advertisements.
tarm OnicsAT LaGaasoE. Oa., Aos. a, 1SS0.
Notice h herebr 1iiiis that tar fuiiovinc -named
settler ha Bled noaoa at his iatentiaa ta smkc final
proof in support of hu elaia, and aecsre anai entry
thsreof at the expiration of thirtvdara frum the date of
tbi notice, viz:
AaCHTEALD J. PATTIS05.
Pre-empUaa Ko. li& Will nake proof at Pendleton,
L'malilla cchurt, before Darisnt a Bailer, K stance Pub
be, on aaptember la, 1880, lor tbe wj, v a ewj. nwi
A a, ai af see 1. Alt, Kli K, and nwi the
foilOKaar aa Bis wirwim. viz: A. a. Medrev, A. J.
waaitred Watte aod C H. Lone. All of Weston,
Csaaaiat oonatr, Oreeoa. H- W. tnuwn. ttnif-T
YOU can buy a pair of blankets
for $4 at Sali .!.' & Beese's.
YOU can buy a large white bed
blanket for $8 at Sating &
y Beese's. -r ? t-n-- , m't
Large bays and small men can
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