The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, August 30, 1902, Image 1

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    BURN’S. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST ,;o. 1902.
TEACHERS’ ANNUAL MEETING
’he Ti
• <l at P't rre S. D., with a i a ital
>50.000.000, are just being made
'public.
»UlMTRlPTION RATES
HARNEY COl'NTV
j»? íaar
4'X Mouths ...
i'fjrw« Months
Under
the
r allowed to own a share
of
HAR . 1 I
... James A ¿psrruw
ii. LtlvUdi<tb*‘l*
U10IA
R V Miller
Ire&aurer
J K j*.nt.Suu
aurTsyer
ueu
.-UeUev
*uwriif.
. A‘- fidi Dul.Uli
AMelMT ...
.J ». Bartlett
R u . ai . Saper utendeut
L J 2»ubie
L ock , luepeetvr
A. v euaiur
. I
•ia¿at£aiQuare .
R J A uiUà.»
\
MAAVEY V. > LAND OWK fc
H a ce
«esister -f- .. •••
. . . .’ llAP ,\t *•<•!.
ieceiver
a. i n il
f 'l tia
I .i .• y if y
mr —
A. o. U. W.aerut Loilye. Nu (
vlf rit.* ,
h
uo. i.
'
m 1 x <,-^
tcropjS
»ntl
íes 7:
ledonr ■
ear.
. bOTHt
undent;
iar ” s
tig -un til* i
cas -s p ,-t
n. -nd in m ny
' ; o' :-ig tf ■
a ,1 s- tt! nit ut and the
’ il. taiIs : her. of m t 'I th*
i pti aranc"
inlendent’a
Bill
UtiCt*-
I t in i o nty msl itti e
tii.* Institute will be
held ut Burn-
S pt
Institute pro­
15 16 m il 17.
grams will be
* *
n
No iloui t
It lielioove- li e to ann lliii'e that
Mn». *
ci - .1- * •
•'
C. it- .' lhiu . Bee
WNU.van Frt.Ul aisbt. *
i.nty.
possilile. in
se it mu
ord* r
as soon a-
that
you
may
i complete your owi personal plat s
.AftSty U11M.Í*.
.......O4.WI.«
•seul.
W
7:* L o Cl F.
V, ! Kill», MS
stock
Tin* county
It
is
believed
institute is a mot
mail
by
and
having the firiuera of the country
it
lhe
organization
can
f.ctor in
PROFESSIONAL CARL’S.
vV. J. (Ji’LEMAN,
.q'•<.-*
GEO, S. ElZE.MOllE,
.ïm'
'
ATTUllNEV,
that
it gives
horizon,
ideals
higher
g'-enter i* spiration for tin*
but
and
noblest
NrMvy «'>' n..'n rrrx
Eckles «».I
Lake and Bewett and Remington
From Coos Bay.
Sail «run makes the' question before
the citizens’ committee a delicate
one.
Tile Grand .Army insists that
Tiie Empire Construction Com­ General Miles be given the position
pany. org iniz- d for th**
tion iif the
construc­ of honor at every
Lake-Coos
Salt
railroad, is now in
ILa*
... UllLGOA
of teach* re, w ho enroll in the an
ba-ine-s. and H»a
: nu il infttiliite of Hartley county
mu.1« lun-er .iroao io a.t.au ■ <■
i.iaa:_____ _ ___________
—■
¡are sufficiently advanced in knoyy-
. fr
w BKiGS,
»raus.
la . .lot* s,* —
J,
! lodge of the subject of the brnnehes
Biggs & Biggs
Rkl|¿.
I‘aught, to ti'iieli lhe schools to
. lu id I
A l l OKN E A H • A i -LAW,
which they may b■ el-cled. In.L ed.
e, X!*-¿J
utko 3 I ---------
,
BNS,
— —
there are many teachers who an
c. W. P aumism
Ontario, Oregon
but
We have the most complete stock in town
all lines of
hands of must also be taken into c.intidera
the
what may be called lb
Big
Four, tion
The plan f r the president to re­
with a capitalization of if 1,000,(kit)
File Big Four cimsirs of Nslson view th* Grand Army parade with
Bennett, anil At m H
R-mingt.m, General .Miles has already been
GROCERIES. HARDWARE
DRY GOODS AND
of T icmtia, D.ivnl Eckles of Ogden abandoned absolutely
and C. AV
Niblev of Baker City.
Nelson Bennett is a well known
The Windsor Bar lias been moved
ROOTS AND SHOES.
maintain a uniform price to the contractor, having construct'd the into the building on the corner
Caldwell
b. ii tit of the farmer without illjtl- Stampede tunnel for the Northern north of the postoilice
A’ Byrd, the propi mtors have fixed
Pacific through I be Cascade moun
r y to t!>• eon-umer
up the new quarters in a vt rv coin-
tains.
fmtable shape and have added a
AA'111iam R m11 glon.
inigi illy billiard laide.
Another Forest Reserve.
IL m Sall l..,k* , is a pr nni.ent con­
FreidJent Roosevelt on
Aug 22.
tractor ami now has charge of th«
Co: struction
C 'lnpanv
of th.
N
"rtlivrn
P
ci
lie
Alexami'r archipelago forest re-
D .vid E kle- is tile b a bet»» Hil­
■erve in
extieine
Southeast* ri
U»* ¡4 H IDillio
Alaska
The res-rve cotnprisi'S I lie . ar king of Ui.ih
issued a p’ocl.im ition creati ig th*
Piii.ce of AA’al'S
Chichag. f.
pr am f. Ku u and Z ifi mb
I -
Ku-
d
■ ire an I i- well known throughoui
lll< P " ’Ii ' l*",isl
University of Oregon,
EUGENE. OREGON.
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e <•
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• 3
I'tie tii st Si nister, session 1902-3.
• pi n< AA i rlm sd.iv, September 17.
l*’mni-»o», of th»* them in*o the I sugar-beet raising
I uit* d States Navy. who. at there ■ industry
These four wealthy m* n will o.vn
quest ot the President, made an • x
Lieutenant
Our Specialty--The very best of
goods and prices as low as our compet-
G T.
I
<• io 1 .wing s. bo is and col
csr s arc compiiseli in the Univer­
sity :
Graduate
regularly employed in
and
have
repeatedly
and expressed lhe opinion that un­
less the reserve was soon
the limber would be
and
destroyed.
As
C. AA'
created
■> ill hav
cliarg" ot the
cut
end ami
build this
lavishlv
the
David Is. kl - and
islands
road, while Mes-r.s
have not lieen surveyed, their are .
Remington
is unknown
way.
will
Ni
Salt
of Literature, Science and Aris—
Colh ge < f Science and Engineer­
ing Univeisiiy Academy- School
way
on
Bennett
bull I
the
Music.
L.k>
the
and
othei
fee
In connection with our busitn
We have secured the ex
igency for the
<
• o
w «•
e •
• ®
9 9
• •
$IOOO.
Student-Body tax.$2 50 per year)
Cost of
3>2OO per
living
y ear.
from
$100
to
Correspondence Solicited
For catalogue,
address
R KG Is rit Ml OF THE I N I VI IlSITV,
The establishment of th" reservt
will not deprive any l omi fide in-
c unity f hnbit.it t if the islands of nny valid '
passed the rigid be may posses4 either under)
( Incident d
O one has the qualities we
have in all linse
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9 n
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School—College
Sy ho. J of Medicine
amination of the timber resources the Empire Construction Company of Music
the of Alaska
He reported that these and with tin tn lielnnd it, the < ii- School of Law.
i eliild's mind, giving him high aims lands contain the thiek'-st mid most terpii-e
wi)
til dmibtediv
l)r
Tuition free, excepting in the
¡and noble purposes.
valuable >imh*rin the li'rriluiy. liandiid successfully.
Schools of Law, Medicine and
.............
, 1 m J a . Bsescao
opportunity
the feelings of President Roosevelt
deyelotiii g
ÜVÜVCUUII-,
? ' Practice in al! ine courts of Ore.
"y Jolieciious promptly inodc^
between the
work a person may engage in—that
"f leading out a'ld
I hi lieve that th' great majority
st
General
administration and the h-id of the
impr.i
liroadeus lhe inin'al
i f
locating
The open antagonism
ng ' le :. a* t h r w* •
C AA- N i.y. ft parto-
f Mi
ntim- n *1-
nlj ■ I
Its ft. ' f -m:di islands ty mt* to liit- foa Aahl I.CK .' S. I- I ll' i.
.»Ilo c oi.iz i|
benefit« ire not merely that it givi s of those named
i lie reserve wh * E isb rn Oiegon with a .Mormon
the teacher be ter methods and created on the rt conitiirinia!imi of sett lenient from I. lull ami alarteli
valuable
ment is the
Miles during the various exercises.
HANDLE COOS BAY ROAR.
ietliei'l l-y Ilf I HI sell Illa.
ilder; x
mars. ■ ■ Stenographer pid No’.aiy rubln
dt:n,r
•. Y Kf
til BNS, - OllF.GoN.
lUMer: u ■
ûffic«VA vklStju* Mauk buiiuin».
ligfitirq
down. ¿S
I5cnM
1" ”
middle mall.
of the ' eliminating the middle
b ■' •• n-en la 1 kmg over >■* hind
ii
ui plans 'luring th*
v."-
u i :. •
Nu
•’
* vU
cmiVia at*toii
t.i-i
tm i i r-i :
* :: * -u:-
SO» LE I : L-*
gYLVA KKBSK.v.i
otiur de'ailHof p ai-
i ' ii ; •-.derii•:'
management
of the coining Grand .Array encamp­
Branch offices are to lie established
CSCMTA
One of the most vexing problems
.confronting the loc il
INSTITUTE TO BE concern no one but farmers w*'] he WELL KNOWN CONSTRUCTORS WILL
HELD SEPT. IS, 16 AND 17.
öddLty Judge
W». <1,
PISHED
WORK
of the
plan
all over the United States, the chief
■ rFICIAl. nt UE< t .IKV
ITATK—QKE<" y
branch establishment tn be in Chi­
Suprr
’
ntemfcrt
Bart
’
eit
Add
e
'ci
the
Teach­
J. H MH« heli.
i.i sentí oí
J.*»iepn dimvn
1
cago
All kind- of Firm prmillet-
ers and Urges Them to Attend--State
iTh«>8 longue.
Supt. Ackerman to be Present.
¡are to tie dealt in and haiidh ii on
(M A. Moony
«agreMiueu
D. R. N. Blue kturu
Aliurae* Geuwral
; a commissioned ba»is or for cash
T. T. kvter
itraraar
........ Fl Du a Dur
cc «tary ol Slate
l’o the Teachers:—An-lber in- las circumstances may direct
<
Moore ,
Ireaaure...
J U Ackerman
rfupt. PubHe^íuatruct. m.
Denis on the Chicago B* ard of
\A H Laeda i -titute season ia almost upon n«.
état« Printer
. K 8. Bean. For several m "iiths I have been 'Trade in cai-h grain are cont**m
./
(
.
W.
h
vertun
» up rem« Judges
H. A. Mu«»re
m ktn- arrangenitnis f r th s an- plated, with the object of giving
NJNKTU JUDICIAL DIsHLUT.
i ual event, cotre-pondii-g with in- th** farmer n chance of getting a
District J dd^o ...
tu
■ . . ' y . , , I -tt-r price to’ hi- prtelncl- and at
Uis.rict At.uiae» ..
*’n‘
fai u»-i<s|rtes8>>'stive
their availability mid H tn-, iiiil
h
earn** ’im** ehu'ting nut th**
<0et»0r«ry
RAILROAD
Di. ciii rged Freni Jail.
Eugene, ()i egon.
th
teachers’ < xaniinalion, who would
the Russian treaty or acts of
Con 1
George Bilker wlm yv.ia
hero l ist Wednesday from
A. r raser Manager
Ontario, Oregon
brought
McDer
notice of i-iral Settlement.
mitt by Constable English, having
gross relating to Alaska.
Further:
been arrested there fur stealing a In lhe County Court, of the State
f
locations within th- reserve, how !
Auorueyb-.n-Law,
nurse from the Whit* Horse ranch
of Oregon, fur Harnov Count
Instruction in snbj'ct matter Very ever, will be prohibited, and *he e > |
, h> m
Guru» (sud Calivi* ■■ Coy., yi" gon.
I'll
mu p.Sl'l.cs 1“ '•>- I'..:,- I llHO'C.' "
‘
ofen too many sutje ts are pr- tire resetvati'iu will come und-r tn Ort gon was released from cii-tu- III the matter of the Estate of
*«.'!■ ,aai v^uuua. mu la iue . u *
<lv by order of Judge Boniiifi* Id Jr
si rd'd in county institute; bene* — eem ral rui-s prescribe I furfore-
William Marrs, deceased
on rid -»'«• •“'* •*•-* *■ d.»- ***** vm*
■of.
Tin* evidence <>f the defendant
Di'
administratrix.
Martini
y ll will set by the program that I rtn'rves in th ■ United Slates
N . •
Chan. 11. Leonard.
«. tn*1"
II ive d eided it i- Ii tier in h ive n officials hav* yet been appointed to a* d 1 hr* t* wiln* Fees was intrmiiiceil Marr-, having tiled her linai ac­
Ci: '
A ttuknkï at - law ,
and placed a vert dlli-rent lighten
basi
f-yr subjects well presented tlinti t • assume control of the
count in the above estate, the court
reserve.
irii.- .ardui
atleuliun given to Coi lee
th- case fruin what had heretofore
try to present every thing in th* Thi- is th- second forest r ■-* rve
has appointed the 1 1111 day of Aug
JOHN l> HAI.Y, I’m -lilt s r
FRANK U. i * ii*'l | N, Yu .; I’m im Kr
¡IJII» and lieal Estate mullers.
curriculum, mil thus make a prac created in Al.i-k' and will probably been considered the fact4.
l'd02 f ir the hearing of Ohj -Cl ¡(»UH
. 114 '
iNuiary i'lTtjilC
According to Buk-r'a storv hi
!e; mi >
Heal failure of the institute.
to suoli linai account and tin* set t le­
| be the Iasi. The first was Af-gmak
if lv-.< 31
OUAUON.
ÖUHNH,
iind
b* i'll einj loyed on the Wliil* meni of said estate
1.
I believe lll-t -very session of tii
Island, which was also utihz d a s a
Horae ranch and quit work with
mk »dice hi liuies lieraid building iii-titute, to be practical, should be game preserve.
Al ‘.terna M arks .
iítlíí ;; -
-everal others
Th-r** w 1«
Aagm
to tl.e teachers about what a well
Administratrix with will annexed
Accounts of Corporations, Finns and Individuals Solicited.
slitei) «assroll W ilm . m «
-M. rirz o K.ti.
.mug to McDermitt that day and
<• 'dm”. ii recita'i'in -h niM I e tn
DaVii thi- II day of July 1902
Ml 4UOTU«* M L»W.
>O «r, II1U.M
To
Settle
Ccnlnfflcr«
’
Strike.
SfocArAo/tfert.—^oAn 2). Slaty. SranA St. Coffin. J flf Stary.
. «•' •”
"
I o* men prepared to ride With ill**
the mem>u*r- ot he class, and tie
b„^ WL1.LIA.M0* T UZ,oLl.ALl>
If. If. Caryon/or. jfinoi Stottim. St. J. Witiinmt, £ J!f Tioit.
driver.
1 In* r uiuti lort iit.in did
proved .re of 'Ju iiistructors will I«-
P.-i H!d‘ ii’ R lo-i-V' lt will
n-k‘ d
I »*
iictiB via ÀiasMuic i uuuii.g.
St. S. O/im, 27f. fthrnnitr. Ilfm. Jonea.
ii .1 o' j**cl to noy of the lie ii lidii.g
fotin led upon th- sani" |>r>ni' ples
•r hftii * ’
•
: ■ ’kffiiSnt '
Notice of f inal Settlement.
i < i call a *p*ci il *> -simi of emigre*
,.o
K uhn »,
-
U skgo . n
"Xi i-yt Buk* r. with whmn In* whs
a*
those
on
which
a
properly
con
­
61df. ■-------
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N. U. CARPENTER. Cashier
lo take action to end th** coal strik ■
v* ry nngry for quilling work
Au
ducted reci ation
s based.
i’he
ilntlo* rnattiT of tin* Estate of .1»ir
b. W. MILLER,
This rvflH de<*i*b*d a* a li.eeting last
n SyW
lit* t s anii'iunc* d that Buker would
at: -e r-' •
id a- which t' H'hers alreidv have
J Slnpinl. ’)»•<fHRfd,
M*mdlV* f ’ll* ('r' lr-ll p. *1 • *ut,.f
h-v*
« 4
Iiliv.
In wrilk to McDermitt if he
shoi.' l l*v enlarged arid rn ide in-r-
Nolic»* i» hereby gi\» n that
I nioi., ii N*'V A’ork. r -p-**H.mling
righi
got there at all.
Tin, foreman
Burna. - - - tir-g m
♦ iefinit*'. or eorr*c*d if wrong
‘ underngned ha» iibd Ilin final
1250 00O work men.
•tornnd around with a big revolver
—
Ad teachers ri g gid for fall <»r
count ai lie* nduiiiiUtraior of
JuHK * WEARY
Mass meeting« under th
L. MAKSuKN.
an-
strapped
to his side ami threatened
Lh.**r I
wimer. or trho -x|»et to'i.gig- in
<
Btate of Jcp«ie J. Sin pa rd. d »*»•»* a Red.
■ p’C'Hofthe labor iinion* -ill h»»
i dia2“*l
MARSDEN i GE.- Vi
'okill l»'th lhe driver arid Buker
ii la ®: ■
' ii'hi* g during that
ne, are
an«] l»v or<l» r of the court inn»ht and
held,
a
’
which
rtHoltriims
will
bv
I'ti)
fxip
s
11 SKMkis 4i»d ö>.»
if ill* Inlier was permitted to rid**
arUy P
¡ear: estiy i.qm-t-'l t . Is pres* nt al
filter««! July
¡902. Satunlny.
adopt* d urging th- President to
BUKNtf, . (MUGuN*
I
I he team drnvtf oil and Bukrr
ub&,
?
' -aeii se-sior. of th* Institute.
Augunt
23d,
l'J<
‘
2.
at
o’clock p
convene i* it gri «s ami imiii* diately
ice —
at rfâiéface
~ ■
-*” Au J"
“tarted across the desert for Mc-
.ri.<
HAILEY A ANDREWS, Proprietor. BERNS, OREGON.
Your a'trndance is required by
«1», of »aid date, ha» b“en fixed by
decide ut*on plan- which will bring
t 1er ----------
I iermitt, 45 miles
After going a I ho C« Hi rt a* tb»* «lav nh»*n nil ob-
iu nf- ’
1 law and vuir duty to yourself and
• he h rik- to n just and h |«--<I v ter­
DH H. VOLF’,
f iv uiilee Ii- turn'd and went back
j i iijHi- makes It essential that VUU
joetjon» tn the final accoant will be
mination.
io th- ranch
H** cnight a hors**
il.. «d Physician «nil Surgeon,
. impr..v * -v-ry pp .rtunity nil .riled
beard and the I> umiii »- hh of the estate
Senate** Harm 1. who. it seem*, i“
I in tlie ti-ld. took a saddle and bri -»ttle
y.u; fur acc.'iiiidisliirig iietter work
avriCBftfBK 1I.-.S .-
And all person« having ch-
J
»«•*1
taking a just stand, 1* very inm h
i ll** from th" stable and Hide away.
Slate Sup. tintendent, J. II Ack­
jectiotiM
toxaid account are required
disc niraged and »nniitinces that h
«* •■ ' « 3r«v«um
L F Uli.b«ril
A McDermitt B*'ker turned the
erman and Preston AA' Se well. City
to appear on said date* nt th*- Coun
‘Í
IibbaixJ A l 1 îj-oxvnt* ti.
The c *rn
I .
4 can do nothing further
Ihoi.' ov*rto W (> l'ali**t, saiinu
I Superitlter.dent, Holyoke,
Ma-s
iy Court roorn in Horn», in w*»i«i
psny.
he
sta'e«
ab-'ihn-lv
refosee
»ENTl^TS.
i be wniil'l leave it th-re to lie t»k* n
will conduct the work of th*- Insti
county an.] atftie. that they may le
to arbitrate while th- ni**n are will­
fie« IrGttiowr efrK «M Th»» t
» tank
Thi’ hotel i« centrally I rated nml liti«’» r tlm management of an
j "ack loth*» ranch bv a leamster heard
lute
Burnt. Oregon.
ing tn submit tl.e matter t*> such a
*•: ’T3w
p**rienrtd ¡AHifforii.
The building ha. I -n thoroughly renovated
.
who
«as
to
return
in
a
d»y
or
two
Date«]
thi»
19
’
h
of
Julv,
l
r
»02
In
arranging
fur
this
institute
1
*n>t *a. j
-el lenient
MKÎ iw well furnished
The (tilling room i- in charge of (Milite, »cenni-
Early th« i.iorning following h-
L W HifRpAwr».
have tried t * rrcognixe the real
-««*
Administrator modating waiter»
The table» are furnished with th** best.
waa arr**«ted tor stealing th** hors**
need* of teacher«.
Every effort
Big Dutch is nn Oregon borir Buk> r in his story jo court ilis-
fOHN MoM ’T.LIiN
has been put forth to luake it the
»tti*a—
ar.d ba. won fully fifty races
Hi» claimed any intention <>f stealing
«H**
best ami most instructive ever
dam «n a thoroughbred
ni A r»- the horse, saving ba could not
Atainittrfter'f Notice to Creditori.
held in Harney County, ami all
named Styx
He was not trained walk acroea lhe desert,
Hi« story
that
remains
to
tie
done
is
the
regu
­
Oirg'n
hfW.
to race until he was five years old. was corroborated in the mail, by
lit*»
Notice i» hereby giver, that th*
lar and prompt attendance of every
when he l*at a horse st three fur­ Tom and Luke Murray who worked undt-reigrnd. S W
Cloodr day» preferred f r
Hamilton, was
teacher in the County. Thia we ‘
.-»•e
xr* ♦
*>•<-
-»«o
long- that w.s supposed tn !■« a with him at Wlrita Horae and who **n tn* 9’h dav of July nppmn'***]
»king titling»
Photo, fin-
hope to have.
t.v H on II (' I» hv < 1* Conn»y Jtplg*-
M Al L.XANIH U. Vh r.
Jllllb l> PAI.Ï I ■; FiiticlkT
«orld better.
He is now ten year» quit at the «arn< time.
* 7,0 hed in carbon citi platinum
Hoping to aee you at S:30 on the
of H.xriipy Cour.tv
1».
a
old and a wonderful »printer for
ft was deVeloned m the proceed
•V fret«
»Mr»for bl fh<- » ».at*» < f H» nry If
ruornitig of September ¡5th, ami
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three eights.
H* was ruled oft the ing* that no corutdamt haw been Ma»t< th »ii <!*<,•*
mi <I
|ft»>m of
wishing you continued success in
ur »* Instantaneous ■ •
turf Saturday becaus* of the poor made in the local court against Administration dn!%
rh»-re-
ttenaWely. Fir-’
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votir Work, 1 remain.
«
All jwrton» holding clolni»
■ bowing he made
The owner be­ him and no word ha« l*en received nn.
i aatiefactionguaranteed
Your» Very Truly,
lieves something waa girer. to the from the official» of Harney county v^sinM said rstute »Itali ¡»r<*»**nt
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fh*m with th* proper rou<*h»rv at » Xei’Ollllte of < ‘ol| oriition-. Filin- U. I I n< Il V it IlialiH
ri»
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hors-, as be never made such a poor in regards to th“ case or askiog
th** ofE* h of Bigg« A' Bi/2 attorro*%*». ;
Solicit« «I.
C* ur.’y Superintendent. •bowing in any race be ever started that Ruker be
det < n-d
Judge i'i t’ •• r
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i D Dali William Jone«. Frank R
— Butte Miner
Bonnifield decided ’hat there was » » wix mentii» Poni th** «fato of iti»
(gT*oft Patt— Yea-
I «i «rider, N I
t.'arpen-
F Olden, M
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notice
thi-
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day
of
no authority of law for holding the
lijilXisterad
Derbem F ml 1 1
Teat. Th m . Turnbull.
Send N Brown o Sons rout mail .defendant and ordered hi* dis­ Joly ¡002.
¡ojr rr»de cows; a
two ■
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Pe
order».
Prompt, careful attention icbsrpe from custody—•Wintvmue-
old grade Dw-div •
Admit islr«(r r of II If W..irr.. n’«
Tru«’
givfi all
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PARRISH 8c RE bl bOLD,
get hut little benefit
fn in mi insti
tut*1 thnt i» made, nnlv, a school
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