Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1889)
ST FRANCIS’ ACADEMY.
important to Our Readers
Only One Dollara Year
SUTERS GF ST.
Ta,« in»t p >pular Weekly N jwj
paper in the United States, the
largest circulation, and the only
stjietly Weekly Newspaper that
ever succeeded in obtaining «nd
holding year after year a circula
tion in every state and territory
(and nearly every county) of the
United States. All the news, bet
ter departments and more first-
ejass entertaining and instructive
reading, than any other dollar pa
II orkks branded
A XSOUXCEM EST EXT KAORIH SA Ry, Either Right or
In December we shall commence •tifie: OJC.
publication of the most powerful
temperance serial story of modern I
times. The well known author of! Range—Grant county, Oregon.
the Boy Traveler series of books
Burns, (¡rant county. Oregon.
Col. Thomas W. Knox, is now en
gaged in writing this stor
which we pay a roval sum
AddrtKB !, iAi
want this story to have the
circulation it deserves. In t.l
terest of humanity p.-in nts shoeld
see that their children n 1 it. . !
especially the young men of every i.eft stifle
community in this broad land
should be urged by these who have
an interest in them, to read this
storv. The other features of th-.
W eekly Blade need not be state '
here. Thev are well known.
for a free sample copy and
SeitAKix or Sri i
We invite ev -ry reader of t.hi
per amt every reader of i-,i. , -
to write r.s for two i-pccinivii c p;- -
First, write us a postal card imm.
diately for a specimen copy ol the
Weekly Blade that von ma r ,-et :
full discription of Knox's t mp'■"
ance serial story, “Teetotaller • ■ck
Second, write us again al out De
cember 1st for another free specimen
of the Blade, and we »yill send you
a paper containing the opening
chapters of the story. Send the
names and addresses of all vour
friends at the same time.
most entertaining :
cultural piper circulated, one \ .
o|-onl.- the price of T he H
i > 1 .
IF VGJ WISH A COOD REVOLVER
bkLV8 SMITH & WESSON 8
pat amali ÆY
i a c •. o r
far* i od
¿..d vi : HC.I choice of nil
expert«, la calibres 82,
M and 44 1XX Single or
double action, Safety Ham-
merles« ftUd Target models.
Beat quality wrought
f l cel, carefully inspected
for workmanship and stock. Unrivaled for
finixh, «lurnbillty nnd accuracy. Do
i.ol be deceived by cheap malleable iron iniilatiuno
eften sold for Hie genuine article. They a:e unro
ll b!e and dangeroua. The S mith & wks - ò < n Rr-
v - lvij - s are stain|>ed upon the barrels with firm’s
na ne, address unddatesof patents, and are gunr-
n- tee<l perfect. Insist upon having them.
a tir deafer cannot supply you, an order see* to rd-
i ss below will receive prompt attentir n
catalogue and prices upon application.
MMITU & WESSON.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
Price, 00.00 per Year,
rpUE SAN FBANCI3C0 WEEKLY CALL
* Is a handsome eight-pago paper. It is h-
BH.’d every Thursday, and contains all c(
tlie important news of the week, gleaned
from every quarter of the globe, complete
up to data of publication. It contains in
teresting special correspondence from all of
(bo principal cities of the world and a v:v..t
amount of the best .selected and original
general literature. It furnishes the latest
and most reliable financial new» and mar
ket quotations, nud give) special attention
to horticultural and agricultural uows, i.n l
is in every respect a 11 r. t-class family puper,
appealing Io the interest of every mcmlx!
of the household.
THE MORNING CALL.
Range—(¡runt county, Oregon.
'n r (¡ruin < oiiut« or.
Jas. Copshall's IS acres " averaged
4tq bushels to the acre, n C were
unable to obtain numbers Ul r *l(.
•owed on other placet;.
The T. A. McKinnon tfc Alberts
threshing machine record^ the fol
lowing work done during this thresh-
(HE VEN ISSUES A I,’EEK)
Is a live metropolitan daily. It 1 as iho
LARGEST CIRCULATION and fa recognized
a> being the LEADING NEWSPAPER of toe
Pacific Coast. Either of the above papeia
wo will send postpaid as a premium on ro
ceipt of tho following subscription pri»”.f
for the combination;
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
been Rhod: n.»t broken
lug Bild ringbone on (he f-»>
Not beun ^ee’i b I iup M/irr
fomi.it i,i to' Fl r h k i n ( ni'i-
T he < e
i" KlNEúT -
uta i _
R | WOODWORK C)3X0‘ AÍÍACilMEHTí( J
ST LOUIS MO r
■ ! I’AlirMKNT.
REPE atingju FLES
Tho best an<l simplest
wk Strongest Shooting.
easiest worries .
All sizes from 22 calibre
to 45 calibre.
All prices from
e i fs.oo
has won more i
prizes at Target ’
all other makes
of Titles put to
her C ured ?
LIVER 5 HERMIT
pos rrivetv C upe
•KATRIE lU H.
!¡¡X *ÇAUSLSíRATCHEJ4M HORSfS
Stand without a
. rival for ftccu-
k racynnd killing
iJX poweron largo
IT8 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Contains the namesof the most progressive farm
ers of the South and West. They do not treat
of theoretical fanning, but of the actual condi
tions which confront us to-day : B. F. Johnson ;
Waldo F. Brown ; Henry Stewart : John M. Stahl ;
A. P. Ford ; Jeff. Welborn ; Hugh T. Brooks ; John
C. Edgar; Steele’s Bayou; T. B Baldwin and a
host of others make this journal indispensable.
Moreover, it is equally
Every subject of interest to the home-maker i3
fully treated. Mary Marsden, Lois Catesby, Mrs.
Brown. Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabell, Miss Mosl ”
Alice Winston aud a score of others will CGïUrib-
Ia in charge of our ClliMr.n s Department, and
alie has the pfc«var faculty of being both in-
leresting and instructive.
THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION
Ts a thrilling story appearing in K ome and
F arm , by John R. Mustek, and is exciting wide
attention. Short stories by distinguished writers
appear from time to time.
BILL ARP S LETTERS
Appear in each issue, and this humorous philoso
pher was never more interesting than at tills
IN ITS EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
H ome and F arm speaks boldly and fearlessly in
behalf of “ Farmers’ Rights.”
vision of the tariff in behalf of the farmt . be’
roads for the farmer ; Free Mail Delive: - t . 1 v
farmer ; Co-operation among the farniei
aim is to ‘‘ Bust Trusts.” Its motto is
“ Fair Trade and Farmers’ Bights.”
R E8P0N S I B L E
you what you
To every person who (within 60 days from
the date of this paper) will subscribe for
pay th’ money for:
Latest Varieties true
cious packing,or ail is lost—Labor
and Time and Money. Therefore, ao
Save by boaring in mind that the gr*
2 50 A YEAR.
THE CELEBRATED ILLUSTRATED HUMOROUS PAPER
The subscription prico of SIFTINGS ia $4 a year. It is a 16-pago paper, pro
fusely illustrated by the leading artiste aud cariuaturists of tho (lay.
In tho matter
of original humor, it is acknowledged to stand at tho bead of the illustrated press of
tho country, aud has been well named “Tho Witty Wonder of the World.” It is
published in New York and has a National reputation.
The merits of SIFTINGS
aro so well known that wre do not deem it necessary to refer to them further.
Loth new subscribers and those wbf renew their subscriptions will have the
privilego of this offer.
REMEMBER that TEXAS SIFTINGS is offered at this price only to those who
subscribe within the next 60 days. No such offer os this has ever been made. We
offer the two papers for less than the price of TEXAS SIFTINGS«
No one but our subscribers cun get SIFTINGS for less than ft I ft year.
Tho regular price of that paper is now, and will continue to bo, $1 a year, but the
publishers, being desirous of adding to their list of subscribers in this section, have made
a special and extraordinary reduction to us for a limited period.
The amount for both papers should be sent direct to us by P. 0. Order, Postal
Note, or otherwise, and wo shall order the publishers to mail SIFTINGS from New
York to you for one year.
Call, or write to this office, and you will get a sample oopy of SIFTINGS«
IS THE OLDEST,
IS THE LARGEST,
$100.00 Special Fromium.
Texas Siftings Pub. Co. will pay $100 Cash to the person who obtains
N U RS E R Y
the largest li-t of annual subscribers upto April 1, 1890. This offer is
open not only to those who take subscriptions to “Siftings,” at the regu
FOR THE W
lar -, 4.10 i p r a: tun rate and send same to Texas Siftings office, but is
also open to all who take subscriptions on terms offered above and send
cash to the oflice of The East Oregon Herald, Bprns, Ore.
, ¡eterson’s LI a gazine
>i : :
■ i ■ >,n I
■ . ¡■■-■i . -inc
git en during the • ou.
BUY OF TIBS HOUSE:
and cheapest -----
vc’ -s are t-arj .• -in • ■ i
!•. .i i..
iaiii' : --■
i .s; >...pular authors, and
i loper. A Hi ■' Bow-
' ¡ey. aud miters will
’ mu sLig the sick, home-
; -:- t Hou--: hold i> écart melt . —Immota«.’ »ur ei: : X•: r ■'
•••.■ in :h- Loiisehuld.
.r.ki: g, The gr.rdtn k.’ cbm, and other su' ji '• r ii. »
• i. t F ».s; gin i<v.* \ htm
■ <! - li-inu h . 1rs of dress for outdoor
>n-e wear, iu/ty dvN- r r»e-i.
: . .<■ 11
rd .urJiio plates and numerous
•• gravibró s; a Ro, a iiiL-siz-
i i bcm pri-.'-’d i*. ■ I rs, embracing the newest
an . • W ork P att ;:-
nn u. i..ml.
si popular Gt.Rig. il p:. ( tn t
ing these, the finest of
■ S •:«. .. lh<
nnd variety for the game
TREES, SHRUBS,.. ..
IN THAT LINE.
Ask your denier to show
our riti vs.
Illustrated Catalogue sent
FHEK on application.
■ARLIN FIRE ARMS CO. 1
r. o. no» 20 k , 1
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
! , Philadelphia, Pa.
COMPARATIVE V. ORTi
roy A l (Absolutely Ture). LtiLw ag*
(Alum Powder) *.
when fresh... .Q53S
ELDREDGE MFC. CO.
Factory and Wholeialo Office, Belvldar«, Ili.
21! Vabnth Ave., Chicago,
39 Bruatl Street, New York.
AMAZON (Alum Powder) # ...]
DAVIS’, and DAVIS’ 0. K.MHH
New York, (Alum Vowdor».)j|t
ORNA M P N T A L C Y P R ESS..
20 BOOKS ¡GIVEN iff Al
We w 11 F-n l th* entire list of Twenty Valuable Boekt
■nuim-iuleil ;.n-l »¡escribed below, to every eubHcribertc
.bin piper tor tne eiiMi.ng year, who re iu it.i twenty cent)
ti a billion to the regular subscription price. These
>i»oka, • ach one ol winch contains a complete first cla«f
aovel or other wu a by a Will known and populai
luthor. are puldi.-he i in neat pamphlet form, pnuted
rotn good readauie typ.s on good paper, and many ot
.hem han'«oim-ly illu>i ■ ate.i. Ti ey < ompris« tome ot
.he fm-st work* ever written by some or the greater
in<! most p<» u nr w . it, r<, i otb of America aud Europe,
tach one »s c»»m| lete in ¡Uvlf :
No. tt«. The Aunt Mnculrc Ikoeumcwte. fly th* sntteo-
jt I I. '
" I . 1
, I . -s
< ■ ,r «■: (• r I uun lest iMtokl
•ver pu'.IUhmi—fu.;> «-p»«! lu its famous pi«.iecessor, •• Widow
N<>. 190. lltjnh llcnnpnlc’ft Adicnturn Is New York.
Hr tl»« ani.u-i •>! ’ his Mi«s hi.iMMttsv Parka«." Full o
iiuny s t nail.-ns, Iftuchable liiclrteuts and rluk tiloua «crape«
A great nnm.-r. iH ».••« k
No. 311. Perfect Etiquette! ak . H ow to R rhavk if
JnClltTT. A l empl.rte ntanuA. •»•» l«dl. • alid gentlemen. Kivin«
;l»« correct I Iilea of d., mt.
foi ail «,< < asmi a, accot ding t<
the usage« ot the beat » -. b! >
No 32i Giilllvcr'a Teuvrla. 1’ e ’ - niarkt.blc adventure«
it leninel tiuHner nim -g ti e l.t iputiah« and Giant«. A
itandar.l w«»i k —this t e < i r ' .-«p e.; t, p.
Na. )2o 4'he People a Atsturul lltatory. Centalnlna
'nteresting t,-^ ! i
“«tr«' ^ns <>t nnnter
»• < r«'
»us beaet«. hitd«. i <-ptu. a. Uni
.use. ts, w itu luucl» cut lout
nfortni.tb.n ,. r ___
; . -Ir Hi*
' mm lial-i
No. 232. Modern
Kerltntiwnn. A ' ' . ■ c-
r. «fl* n of th«
■nost popular ivrilafh-i-a, m p en and v.iev, I
Dy 11. K ii > k *
...... f ?owe«-a.
— ■< Novel. )’-M - r.«<w H»nr ,.»wn.
No. tnl Wnll
No 2U1. —
1 ‘ he —
rlwe» A N<.% . My H oratio
At <«<a. Ja.
N«. IP«. 1» nn the *crf. »Nov«!. B-
a c»n», Jn,
No, 193. ..
licAperlui o«. 1”“ L i « hih <- u « » uk .
Hov«l. By M I i \ i i t
Na. 30?. T*
The MI«R«Iventar*« «P John N'lchnlsan. A
Novel. By lioRKKT 1.- I ST»
Na 31«. Two Klanen. A No»-.. By i'.e author of ” Doi»
No. 2« I)rend t pon the M »»1er«. A Novel. By H im
M i 'L ock .
No. to«. l*n*e Mncty-lww. A Novel. By M art C rcil
No 31». A
, _ _______________
Baratas» A Nov«:. By Mm
No Ilk. < luwda aud Sunahlne. A 3»ov«l. By C uablki
I ksi 'B.
Na. 2D». The Jlro.im W. niun.
A Nov«l. By W ii . ai «
J ollivs .
No. 2«o. George (’•ulfield’a Jotsrnvj- A Novel. By
<»>• M K. na*i.i..~s
No. 10» Mt fjr Hurdu Irk*« Kivu). A V>v«;. Bv *bv
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,
PEARL (Andrews &
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,
TULIPS, W.C SPIN.I WiI/9
A Ji DRE WS A CO. “ Regal”«!
Milwaukee, (Contain« Alum).
BU MIO Kit'S , wbeo Dot fresh I
¡RED-BUD, SHADE TREES
BEPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
As to Parity and Wholesomcness of tho Royal Baking Powder«
“ I have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased in the
open market, aDd find it composed of pure arid wholesome ingredients. It is a cream
of tartar powder of a high degree of merit, and does uot contain either alum or
phosphates, or other injurious substances.
E. G. L ove , Ph.D.
“It is a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder fa absolutely pure. Tho
Royal Baking Powder fa undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder
offered to the public.
U. a . M ott , Ph. D.
J U NIP E R 3, R H ) 3 0 D E N D R 0
EACH THE BEST OF ITSK
“The Royal Baking Powder fa purest In quality and highest In strength of any
baking powder of which I have knowledge.
W m . M u M uutihz , Ph.D.
The Royal Baking Powder received the highest award over all competitors at
the Vienna World’s Exposition, 1873; at the (. entennial, Philadelphia, 1876; at the
American Institute, New York, and at State Fairs throughout the country.
No other article of human food ban ever received such high, emphatic, and uni
versal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scientist« and Boards of
Health all over the world.
N ote .—The above D iagram illustrates the comparative worth of various Baking
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. 8chedler.
A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in
each can calculated, the result being os indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schedlcr only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Baking
powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds, it is far more economical, besides affording the advant«
age of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any
fair minded person of these facts.
• While the diagram shows some of the alum powder* to be of a comparatively
high degree of rtrongth. it is not to be taken a* indicating that thevhave any value.
All alum powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous
Mate a, a <: In
» *T«r fallilo*
i hair eh
I a value la i
d eu irò • pai
riplnjt it. h
I g health t..
.k a boti.v.
Suited ts the climate of Eagt
ASK FOR IT!
Lyman’s Paient Combination Gnn-SIgnt.
teet mg, ia the i
PlaeeB, with trees and ihrubbery
In it are com
bined the fin
ns tutu, nrr
1. a- all known ad
r vantages that
make a sew.
sell or use.
rm B. *
on the tn r
Your Ranches, Your
Made by Farmers for Farmers.
As a record of successful agriculture, H ome
and F arm has no equal. Every topic relating
to agriculture is openly discussed in its columns
by the farmers themselves. No expense is -.pare ’
in securing a full account of every notable stu-
cess on the farm. It is distinctively the
A HOME MAGAZINE.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
The Leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West.
Price, &1.35 per Year,
on 1 eft side; circle-
— WITH —
ALM EDA A. STENDER
Wished I could mana.e to look as stylish as Mrs.
Allen,—and she makes all her 0WU clothes. But
she has tv hat I haven’t.**
Ma. Lae. •• What 1» that ?** M
M uii L ie . •* tv ell, she gets all of her Informa
tion from the Magazine they take. I admit that
the knows all that is going on, and is bright and
entertaining in conversation; but I coma ao as
well as she docs if 1 had tho same source of
Information. She lent tne tho last number of her
Magazine lately, and I learned more in one hour •
reading, about various social matters RDd the
topics of the day, than I would p ck up In a month
by my occasional chats with friends. It certainly
covers every top e of interest, from the news or
the day down to the details of housekeeping;
and everything is so beautifully illustrated, too.
Every time Manre goes over to the Aliens* sho
comes back and teases mo to get you to take
Demorest’s Family Mnca^ine, as th<- stories aro
to good. Even th boys watch for ir every month,
ns a place is found for t! era al o in its pages; and
Mr. Allen swear» by it
It is really wonderful
how it suits everv member of the family 1 ”
M il L ek ” Well, perhaps I h d better send fora
Specimen Copy; for, if it i* »ny thing like what you
say it i.-». it willamu.-e andinstruci the whole of us.”
M bs L ee . “1 see that W Jennings Demorest,
the publisher. 15 Fait 1 th f tre< t. New York, ia
offering tn send a Specimen Copy for 10 cents, so
we cant lose nything, rs each number contain»
a ‘Pattern Or er’ crititl ng the holder to any
Pattern bhe may choose, and in any size—which
alon? makes each - opy wort h 30 cents : and I just
want a jacket pat ern like Mrs. Allen’s. Tho
Bubni ription pi i e is only ‘ 2 00 a year; and I
must ^ay I can’t see how they can publish «•
elegant a Magazine for to little money.**
your Town Ly
Adorn jour Homes,
Mas Ltx. “Yes. and lart week you said yo«
FARMERS’ OWN PAPER,
Five Hundred l»»»lfars fur
vp v’ V
'he Unes» and conviction of any per-
B-<n or pc ••••.bi s. killing or stealing nn v of the
fltock >'i the above brand or belonging thereto.
Mn Li«. •* Why, Addie, you needu € cry
it I I only said Airs. Allen waa a very
Informed woman, aud I Wished you would 1
her example.” .
A record of their daily life, presented in a form
and language which make it plain to all.
Range Grunt amt Malheur counties.
P. (». nddriFs buii.0, urant co., (hegmh
11; 1 “
. (too “
—T he II erai i >
OIS S 3.0
1*. F. S'.vi)ger
Voegtltí.v *L Roiiivmau
A. J Wilson
J. 8. H om en
W. R .< Imponi
W . p. I U< bui an
Roper A G liberi
Th. a. Potter..
J. (’. inn k’and
('ampbell A l ugnu
A. J. Brown
— M -v «hall
i ». V. Mo: le
J. W . J • OR
Jaa >n Mix i.
( lira Zei
Jàa -a H '
Baser (’icy, Dr
Aug I '
AN HIBMIVM I FOR
Such uYlrouth an this of the pre-
- SBD^ttf,on ',!,s »«-’ver before in the
mWory of the Harney country been
known, anil may neverjigajn.
Notwithstanding its severity,
however the record was made for
the valley on the ranches of the
wil¡ lu esimie September 2d, 1889.
fur.h« r ? »anicular.« address
Anybody call earn ten dollars
very quickly by raising clubs fqr
the Blade. We are now paying
the highest amount for clubs ever
offered by any newspaper. We
want agents everywhere. Write us
for confidential terms to agents.
Address, The Blade, Toledo, O.
- - OR.
on include n all of the
ul an'! Ch:istinti education.
le I c ;
fainting in all ita
and Wax-Work, form extra
wi'h “S-wronih”on the
C onfidential to A gents .
J. (’. Wooley
Peter ( letnei;«
I*. F. Stunner ..
J no. Adan.s
i K i. i i
Send for a Catalogue, and a
your selections in time for the
delivery, if you want to plant
¡•nt the Pest, and that is always
Cheap« st. Last spring, alone,
Call at this Office and order
address the following-named
<« IW. »raw, .Mi m.« I roUsl.tr
FBHKY B CO are
now|*i<*l t© Le the
In th« world.
D M FtRWT A Co*s
lllurf ra t*»l,l Vertí D
Uve and Pnced
Will br ■'Ml»«! FWt
t<> all ant-brarta. ar I
p. M. FBRR Y B CO.. Octroi*. «Ich.
40 Per Ce«t.
, SFXD FOR 70
I of ilahta. Rifle«, eie.
l-à-’L Bloomington, W-
loot nuocila T08LSV
OP ROCKFORD, TT.LINOI3.
T«-.1 li«li«s| Tw.-ntv
rw; ? i i-c«. <<» cnluirn'.
J . ( rt >«•••• «11»*, I ....... ..
•> -i »r-
t s.-in. but e*rn**t f r 1-utli nnd pnrit', t-.achintr
lit « h ' i th*-l-ro.«.|« .t than v. Hav«*«clr»n
It ha« » o hobl-ir* or
cr-»i h.-t«, l»r,t «.-«-It« to * r;- y the
<-f Til*, a
«iml.-rt rm-ling in th.it * hip».« who rwoma un-i tru
ll pl»-.»»,-* ihr i liiMren »-nd th* ol«l p>>< o'«* ¡»>»«1 it
S'4 (fay^ch. o| I.*..,•»!« are helpful
% «.-rmon •
k «n-» • -■ • • I •’ - »
ffnly >1.25 n V *nr
Fl»-’fvrFI' D Ifats. 5an.plrc0r.--1t»-»
ps-NM.-a tbcML<V? fcM” W
ùnto tatter work
it Mx*«r and in le«« timo than ary ether machine ’n
thr wurl i. war»ar,»ad fivo year?, ai l if ft don » vvh th-»
cW‘i-s r!-an vith.
; t..c r .—’
ACS NTS W A
arçiaakis,tro. ;7àt.«U:»rer»oatb. F.nrcr-
r t.tX.«. :.»«ai»nr;r<ib.witiar. i*;,, ba»a ar-.i ..rrwa
ro fa thf-WKb-r. Rfta.l rr:«. on r ?5. »..mnl, >" thr.a
7s’*’- • •
iac-n:-^ lov t r . .. W« i-4.ua th.
> t irk..#, fBT»-'tiaatn.3. Send your
J.-iaacna poetai ca.J tsr
UÏLLL WASÎO CO
THE LEDGER LIBRAR*
••Her Dvnhl« ! |fr," b» Partir, 1«<‘.
IrJg.r lilrar, N,.. 1 Eteer rv, er
Veinme | n
•Trlrown.” L, Mi,. E I- E N surA*
Ledger Librar, No. I: Caper, SCr; I!..»’1’
"i n m.krr < t M. »ro-r ' l>> SrNviv, ' *1
I «rljrr library So. ; ,-aper
An, of the foreprin, work, will 1« n*
br Hovkerl er, a id N«w»iea ere. wil *1
p. « a«e fi 1. un the rereipt of the prl«*R
KOFERT BONNEKM SONI J
Let sea Fr.i’q
Car. Ai iaits aad apru eat.