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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1904)
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO., w c. s»>. m««
At the Presbyterian church
lienee to listen. The chief dificul-
ty was that we were out of sorts, Burns, Rev. A. J. Irwin pastor
not the editor but his printer’s cases. Devine services the third and fourth
SATURDAY. APRIL 30, HXM.
Eor inslaiicu lead that “Nis Nelva Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
Lewis ie visiting Mrs. Wayman' and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
Withers.*’ The reason foi that was | 10 a. tn. every Sabbath morning.
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS :
One Year............................. ..............
we had exhausted all out cap M's,
Preaching services at the Baptist
newspaper like nature abhor a I church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
Three Months .
vacuum. We had to use something morning and evening Sunday
— — — — Manager and N came within three quartets school every Sunday at
of the right letter anyway, But prayer meeting every Thursday
you can rest assured that if it had evening.
to be done over again none of that
subteifuge would have gone in any
J. II. Mitchel
C. W. Fulton.
personal to the ladies, and this I
| J. N. Williamson,
being leap year, too. You may ,
.Attorney Geueral .
....... A. M. Crawford.
also have noticed some little M’s i
Geo. E. chamberlain.
Secretary oi Stat«
F. I . Duubar. i upside down.
That was because
C. 8. Moore.
8upt. Public Instruction.... J. II. Ackerman.
w’s. Of course
K. ” Whitney.
Nothing is omitted that concerns
set right side
) K. 8. Bean.
Bupreme Judge«......... ..............> C. Wolverton up but we wished you to be sure the interest of buyers and sellers
> F. A. Moore
and see them. You also saw ticket in the live stock, grain, provisions,
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
There is produce and financial markets—
Di«’rirt Judge ...........
M. D. C lifford spelled with three tit's.
District Attorney........................... .
no excuse for that; it was a typo the quotations are comprehensive,
Circuit Court meet« the Third Monday in
graphical error pure and simple. [ and are in every way reliable.
April and Fourth Monday in October.
Kitchen furnishing mill he one of our specialties, and your kitch
1 1». • _ carries
E. H. Test You saw that Ceorce Cooley had
.............. J L. Rand purchased 28 head of cattle, all
every days a full and truthful re en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal
steers, and was thinking of going
port of tne world’s news and pre
Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
H.C. Levens i, into the dairy business.
sents many special features of deep
F. 8. Rieder
KA Miller .] because Mr. Cooley may not be ae
interest to the average reader.
'i "in A Ilan , thoroughly posted in
The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the
J. E. Loggan
J < Bartlett business as be should be for a man
. N« wt H ood r
illustrated sportlang news page,
Rockers, |2 and up,
Chairs $1 and up,
... I It J William« . of his years.—Paisley Post
Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run thé risk oi laying
it down here irom any catalogue
house in America.
We buy as cheap as anyone and
READ THE MARKET NEWS will sell as cheap as anyone, there
fore, our prices must, and will be
The Oregon Daily Journal. right. A call will convince you.
The Harney County Live Stock Association
will pay Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars Re
ward for the arrest and conviction of anv per
«on or persons who kill, steal or drive ort un
horses, mules or cuttle belonging to any mine
bei of the Association. The County Court also
offers an additional reward of Two Hundred
and Fifty Dollais.
M. FiNWit «. Pre»
G. W. Y oung , Sec’y, Burns, Oregon.
i C T Miller
HARNEY U. H. LAND OFFICKZ
.............. . ........... Cha«. Newell
CITY. — BURNS'
....... Dr. J. W. Geary.
L. Woldenberg Jr.
....... W. A. Gowan.
................ D. Jameson.
F. O. Jackson,
1 G. W. Clevenger.
Meetings of Hie Council every Second and
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meet« at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
J. W. Buchanan, N. (».
F. o. Jackson, Secretary.
BIJRNB LODGE NO. 97, A . F. A M.,
Meet« every Saturday evening In Masonic
J. < . Welcome Jr, W. M.
F. 8. Relder,Secretary.
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P.
Meet« every Thur«<lttv evening In the Brown
II. M. Horton, C. ( .
L. M Brown, K. R. H
BURN« LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W.
Meet* every second and fourth Friday
A. C. Welcome, M. W.
C. N. Cochran, Recorder.
ORDER OF WAHAÎNGTON.
Meets every first and third Friday, In Brown
C, P. Rul her foro, Preiddcii
Pearl Vulgamore, Secretary.
BURNS CHAPTER NO. -10, O. E. H.
Meet« every second mid fourth Mondays, in
Eunice E. Thompson, W. M.
Delnora Gowan, Secretary.
8VI.VIA REBEKAH DEGREE No.<8.
Meetaevery 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Flora llagry, N. Ü.
C. G. Hmith, Rec. Bec’y.
Journal stories and comic pages
Airs. E H, Test of Ontario han and other good things nieke it a
been the guest of Mrs. Thomas very popular family newspaper,
Jones the past week.—Boise Cap dean and bright from A to Z and
year’s end to year’s end.
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
WANTED— Agents, Hustlers, six months, $2.25; three months,
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody $1.25.
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
Agents.” Worth $50 to any per
Weekly, $1. The issues of the
son who sells goods for a living.
and Weekly Journ
If not satisfactory your money
the market news
back. Circular for stamp. The
of the Daily
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca
The Times-Herald clubs with
Arc You a Dyspeptic?
the Journal at the following rates
for both papers:
If you are a dyspeptic you owe it.
to yourself and your friends to get
well. Dyspepsia annoys the dys
peptic’s friends because his disease
sours his disposition as well as his
stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will not only cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion and sour stomach, but this
palatable, reconstructive tonic di
gestant strengthens the whole di
gestive apparatile, and sweetens the
lifu as well as the stomach. When
you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the
food you ¡eat ie enjoyed. It is di
gested, assimilated and its nutrient
properties appropriated by tlie
blood and tissues, Health is the
result Sold by all druggists.
Ill the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Harney
Venie Chancelor, Plaintiff.
Andrew J. Chancellor, Defendant.
I'n Andrew .1. Chancellor, Defendant.
In the name of the Slate of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit, within six
weeks from the date of the first publica
tion of this summons; and if yon fail so
An exchange says: Druggist to answer or appear for want thereof the
Green is preparing a unique scrap 1 plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief praye<I for in her complaint here
book. It contain!) the written or- in, to wit ; first, for disolntion of the
dere of some 1 ustomers of foreign bonds of matrimony heretofore existing
birth, and these orders are boti) between plaintiff and defendant; sec
curious and ainuHiug
Here are ond, for the care, custody and control of
some that are copied from the origi the minor child of Plaintiff and Defen
dant, viz, a eon named Vere; third, for
a judgment for the coats and disburse
“1 have a cute pain in my child's ments of this suit against yon; fourth,
diagram. Please give my son some for such other and further relief in the
premises as to the court may seem just
thing to release it.
•‘Dear Doctor, pies gif bearer j and equitable.
This summons is published bv order
five sense worse of Auhtie Toxyn
of the Hon II. C. l-evens, County Judge
for garle baby’s
throat and of Harney County, Oregon, duly made
and entered on the 5th day of March, j
My little baby has eat up its 1IKM, which order further directs the
father’s parish plaster Send an publication hereof for six successive !
anecdote quick as possible by the weeks. You will further take notice 1
that the date of the first publication
hereof is March 5th 1904.
''This child is ruy little girl, I
Dated this <»th day of March, 1904.
limos A Bmits,
send you five cent to buy two sit-
Atterneys lor Plaintiff.
less powders for a grone up adult
HARNEY VALLEY CAMP No »SN1, W. of|W.
Meet« every IIr«t and second Tuesday.
<’. W. McClain, Com.
W. A. Gowan, clerk.
who is aike "
“You will please give the lettle
hoi five cents’ worth of epecac for
to throw up in a five months old
babe. N. B.—The baby has a sore
“I haf a hot time in my insides
and wich I wood like it to be ex
tinguished. What is good for to
extinguish it? The inclosed money
is .he price of the extinguisher
Au Ample Apoiogv
W. J. COLEMAN,
$MOO Additional Reward.
Mu*ic cabinets $5 up,
Ladies Desks 18 up
Spring beds 44 up,
Extension Tables (¡rood ones) at $7 75, up
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss,’$2 50, up
Bureaus $8 and
ing Iron Beds
low as $1 1.50
UlaU Papur 13 eents
single roll and UP.
A MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT in
connection where we will make you anything
from a wooden knitting needle to “double
deck” wood rack. Call! Never too busy to
talk or furnish estimates.
.Stenographer and Notary Public
The Sunday edition of the St.
Office iu Citizen« Bank Building.
Louis Republic is a marvel of
modern newspaper enterprise.
The orginization of its news ser
vices is world-wide, complete in I
Ollice one door north
every department; in tact, superi
of French Hotel
or to that of any other newspaper.
The magazine section is illus mm UNION PACIFIC
O regon .
B urns ,
trated in daintily tinted colors and
Depart for TIME HCHF.DI I.ES
J. W BIGG9,
From Huntington Ore
splendid half-tone pictures. This
Biggs & Biggs
Chicago- Salt Lake,Denver, Ft
literary matter than any of the l’ortl nd Worth, Omaha, Kan
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Special sas City, St. Louis
B I RNS,
---- ---- — — OREGON. monthly magazines. The fashions
12:35 Chicago and East.
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
especially valuable to the ladies.
Collections promptly made.
The colored comic section is a Atlantic Salt Lake,Denver.Ft,
Express Worth, Omaha, Kat;
| genuine laugh-maker. The funny
2:10 sas City, St. Louis p m.
8. W. MILLER,
I cartoons are by the best I artists.
Chicago and Fast.
Paul Walla Waila, Lewis
class, by authors of national rep St.
Burns, - - - Oregon.
E at Mail ton, Spokane, Minne
1 45 apolis, St. Paul, Du a. m.
G. A. Rita hold
C. W. P arrish
luth Milwaukee, Chi
ular song, is furnished free every
cago and East.
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
The price of the Sunday Re
Burns (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
OCEAN and RIVER SCHEDULE
A ill practice in the courts of Harney and public by mail one year is $2.oo.
• rant counties and in the supreme court oi the
j For sale by all news dealers.
state, ami also in U. 8. land office.
B urns ,
O regon .
(Jhas. II. Leonard.
A ttorney - at - law ,
START A RISINE S OF YOUR
Careful attention given to Collec
All sailing dates sub
ject to change.
For San Francisco 4 p. Hl.
every 5 days.
8 p. tn.
1 p. m.
Our new. book entitled “ 40 M onbt Ex Sun.
To Astoria and Way- Except
B urns ,
O regon .
M aking I dkas ’’ is worth its wcivlit in Saturd’y
Ollice in Times-Herald building gold to every man who wants to start a 10 p, u>.
legitimate, paying mail order business.
It tell« you what to do and how to do 6 a. tn. Oregon City New
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE,
Send us 50c today Except berg, Salem and Way Except
B. urnb , ................................ O regon and we will send you the book, and a Sunday.
Collvciiou««, I .a nd business, and Real valuable tn< t th v lournai n ■ ve t free
Willamette A Tamhlll
7 a tn.
fatate matter promt tie altendevi to.
3:30 p tn
ClNTt KV 1“! Bf.l8llt>< vl. l>vX 73,
Teusday Oregon City, Dayton Monday
(lilt th GA' e *
Tuhrd’v and \\ ay-Landings Wed, &
W. L. HASSnSS.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Forest Reserve Scrip
M.S. Brow «ton
I. K. HlbbaM
Ilibbatxl At Brownton.
First . Church Christ Scientist,
D entists .
Did you ever own a country
omew trW door MM ot Tk* CBtwn» Bonk.
newspaper, or have a felon on your
thumb, or walk the floor at night meeting Wednesday evening at 7:301
With the baby? We will leave it
Sunday school at Harney the
to you to aay which is the worst first Sunday of each month at 10!
W. C. BRO>VN,
Last week you tnav have noticed o'clock a m. On the second, thin!
some things that grated on your and fourth Sunday of each month
Rt-aws, O mbro ».
refined sensibilities. But they can at 3 o'clock p m. Preaching eer- (
be explained if you have the pa- vice » very second Sunday at 8 p m. | orti,» npataira in Vnrgtly llnil-ling
for services in all Indian ware ann Mex
ican and War of 11112
H. B. Compson
•is naRQuau tkM
<a,tle’ XIoi> right
mark, split in right ear, wattle ou nose.
,lur"?' < a,lle- "< ‘«ora on
•Ide, mark, crop and split in each car.
Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle SL on right
» hC^cr‘^doSnr?;hrthlt ‘n
Lea yes Burns daily for J week to
at 6:30 a in. Arrives at lligj tioi. wo
ly from Ontario at 5 p tn. | vicinity
The only through passetj Hie J
transfer route from Burns J first to
good eating dtationa at com
io the 1
distances along the route.
8,8. WILLI A MS, Gnu. Mg> ingitai
L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent. ?
Bunin, O- ItWÌU
( i ROSISM ANNS
PATENT WHITING HIS
"J'HE most imp’¡ tant ¡J
ment of the ago in the J
penmanship makes th poorJ
a splendid penman in a fe«J
by the use of this t ing EijJ
by prominent College Pr«J
and Boards of Education inH
and America. Sample dwl
sorted sizes sent post paid fori
single sample 25c. Wlienni
a single ring, state win I her hi
woman, or child.
PENN MFG. SUPPLY (j lion,
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PHILADE|
B,lrn’.' hor"es’ w bBr on tight
" V' dia"’u,1'i t>ar on left hip; mark;
split in each ear, wattle unuer chin.
Bnr“’ hor«1". reverse L on
left stifle, cattle, 69 on left hip; mark metal tae
In each ear With full name aid add«»
I F on h I m *?.’’ h”n"'’u- LFon right stille: cattle
Is Absnluteiy l’UBE, i
will OUTWEAR all otl
If your ¡oral dealer doeiwt
ry it write Io us and we will m
you get it.
Van, horses, 71 baron stifle-
«•“'»nod on left
“ark. underbit in
do’wn ai'ah/st sTdeVf"!.«.." IOWCr ''art
W P Fuller A Co. Pori!
• ••••••a •••••• ••••*•«
on '«f shoulder;
Insight el^u.Ätm"'1 UUder
"THE BIGQE8T 8EN8AT.O.- EVERT’
on*eftC,houMe"’ 7ani’.'''",- h”T"’ NC'■"“blned
The smallest Stereoscope with the«
Äi «Ä“.Ä Ä - optical effect Highly finished indifc
or« with rich gold and river de«
(mountings). I d « luding
V. I'. PhoW
shmilde?; c’.nie“^“^’.’^’-<,J »»
>'« Views of art (genre). PRI <■: OMLTI
left ear, two underbit« ingright,k‘ m*rk’ «P*11 in Sent everywhere prepaid in letter/oral
branded on left side and hip
Ä«m;ÄUOMe^mOn i"'* ■"«'
bit in each a" <i"wl.pPonrb,ri,,'iit,“ark- U“der '
split in right ear «wallow
LVon .eft hip; mark, sw^lo’^^ Ä,
digests what you eat
and sweetens the sto'-»!
cures Indigestion, d
------------- all stomach and be
left •i'le'or hip"’mark"croD an i''ttr",n,'l"cd on
and slit In left
P a“d »"t tu right ear
accelerates the fctlt»’’*]
------------- trie glands and give»1®*'
.houlde'r"’’ N‘rruw,‘ how' bore on the left |
relieves an overvorktd J
of all nervous strain F
John Gilcrest, (P I m
wrench on left stifle* rätti« ! Burns, horses, 8 the heart a full, free and untn*
“■rk, aquare crop off right e.r?’!'? I<,ft
! action, nourishes the nerve•7’*
slope on left.
*ni ear’ n>af h or under- ' feeds the brain.
making so many slckp<^r
and weak people strong by fWL
I bodies all of the nourishment
talned In the food they eat.
brand bar T
loop below Y) «»mo
Bo V J (J making
Bottles only. 1100 Stea holdlr-e
sits, which Mln : ■ 50*
FiwarU aaly hf L C 8aWtH < **
w attle; horses, 44 “u°?en in!T.In e*ch ear'
KODOL ls ,t’° wonderful r«tn»frj-||
6 a. tn
Tuesday Portland Corvallis
Thurs At and Way Landings Thurs 4
left .h<,ufo?Jly’Barna- ho™’‘« branded CV on
Burni« Drnggista |
p?.'L°? !*w’boulder irrni’’«iaIh,?W: ca"le
A N. H oar ,
A. L CRAIG,
Gen. Pass. Ag't. Portland. Oregon
A. L MOHLER. President.
•nglro oi rtgbd*Mir,BJa'rk ’’cro»*' S*U* ,brre
h”r*”a“'branZwi"ght ¿Jfi? "" 'arh
under bit in left a5»^XT£ 5 601,1
•« «"ÄVn" S;hh:
oirole S. alK, r
vomkn to IraTtl and o-frertiot for old
»fltablished house of solid fincanial
a year and ei-
p«n«e< all payable in cash. No ct ivi
sing required Give references ani en-
eloae -elf addressed ramped ente’npe
Addr»«s Manager. 3^5 Callon Bldg
French-Glenn Live Stork r« i «
l»rrintemient, F. c 1 nal
Burns, horses, P on left « h « Reneiai manager.
-ected on Jef'hit,? m.ro’,‘,"e;1
left ear. dew;.pePut”o r,,c.tUtlndCp nalf,«on In
same as above catH? « ’ P on
4:30 p m mark
mark, »wallow fork ’tn 1ft "‘T*" ’ 1,0 lert hlP:
Tuesday thrrtat; cattle. T on left hfo- mLa**“1* und«r
) left ear, wattle on left 'aw * M’ •quare rr«p
W a NTID-T r VUTWOBTHT Ml* AND
O n t a r i c - B u n t n. **
“.t“iew:ri;eflönrnre’(thob^'-bar “ o” '•«
left ar.ipllt hl riiht?
11 b P; “*rk, crop off
Services at Christian Science Ofiee at retidence.
l'huu .Vo tl>
Hall every Sunday forenoon at 11
Forest reserve rcrip, in} tracts of 40 Leave
o'clock and <8 o’clock p m Service
acres and upward, ready for immediate Riparia,
use and guaranteed.
1:20 a ni Kiparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a m
Will buy soldiers* land warrants giv< n Daily.
Rev A J. Irwin will preach at PHPSICIAN AND SURGEON
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
month at 11 a. iu. and 7.30 p. tn. Office at residence.
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
.’In addition to the
above I ’offer
under the sume con
ditions for horses
bur on b< th creither
jaw recorded in K
Hurney, Lake ami
sold. Horses sold
to pass through this
section will Lu re
ported in this paper,
write or telephone
If not »0 1 eported
i, Burns, Ore.
W. W. BROWN, Flic (‘iron.
Peter Clemens, Burns, horses, 1‘C on lefisti
fie: cattle same on either hip; eaimarks crop
and split in left ear, swallow fork uml square
under bit in right.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic
al baron left shoulder, cattle, I. on right hip;
earmarks, two underbits in each ear; also some
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, under
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear
marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross on
either hip: earmarks, upperbit in right tar, ur.-
derbit in left.
Martin Bros., Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bar on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded circle N on right side
O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop off’ right ear, crop ami under half
crop off left.
Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses, FD on the left
shoulder; cattle FD on left side; earmark, un
der half crop in each ear.
R J Williams, Riley, horses, CB on the left
shoulder; cattle, CB on left hip; earmarks, crop
off left ear, under half cron off right, wattleun-
derchin; also cattle branded 88, crop ami un
derbit in left ear, under halt crop in right; also
cattle JTon left ribs, crop ami split in left ear.
under half crop in right.
H II Elliott, Narrows, horses, Th combined on
hft «title; cattle Th combined on left hip; ear
mark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chin
and bell collar.
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses. HSon right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop ami
short over slope in each ear jughamlle an<l
Rur,,B. horses, quarter circle 8 on
right hind leg ami left shoulder; cattle, quarter
circles on either hip; earmarg, crop off right
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
J-! connected on right shoulder; also boot on
left shoulder; cattle, rocking chair on left hip;
earmark, right ear drooped down, left cut slop
ing towards head on upper side; wattle on lef
sideof neck; all animals dehorned.
C 1» Rutherford. Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
side; earmark under half crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Thos Wingfield, Burns, horses, => (chainlink)
on left shoulder; cattle, same on left side; mark
crop off left ear, short overslope in right.
.kJüiü Cradl|oekI fillvlea, horses, S-l) on the left
hi;r’ < sttle’ f*’8 on right aide; mark, crop
’ ,walIow iork *" left> iewlap on
H H T ™
’e’’ 0,1 on le,t
bitted on left sntle *car"le c?rcl?l^!?L|CSPb,n'
■nark, crop and uuderhSf cron £
derbit In right, dewlap under tinJit
tions and Real Estate matters.
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Iron beds $5 75 and up,
BRANDS AND P. O. ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
Many New Lines will be added as
soon as teams can get but.
County Court meet« the first. Wednesday in
January, March. Muy, July, September and
A Venator, Venator, cattle Jv us,. ■
JV left aline.
Fiank .Mi ( Unlock, Burn».
both hip» horse» left »title.
J It Anderson, Monument, i r|t, F
and hip li.ur.ea X riKlitsliil..
II L liarkey, Burns, cattle out u.J
ribs, cirele V left hip: horses " I,
J P Farm. Burna, r attle JP ronutoa!
head with bar under on left ii p.usd
half crop in ea< 1. ear; horses auuejS
st I tie
W II Mat field, Buri'S ' attle, I v
side, mark crop and spilt in left r an'3
In right: horses EX left shoulder. 4
J W Shown Harney, CHttlo US left J
crop and two splits in riynt ear h«j
I> H Smyth, Smith, cattle trlanglt J
connected, CC any place, horses m A
Frank Matney, Burns, < utile, .ugj
Diamond oil either hip; murk, undsj
lu left, crop and underbit iu right;fed
on left hfud leg.
C K Peterson, Venator, horses < nr J
lowing: rp, A. SA, I I'. III. <11 riglitj
UP right bip, ) < left ribs or oue .,|a
branda; marks, finger tn right er .
“a,k ■w’J‘ö’wUfork’F*'Y "" «ft hip. I
rhl“”t'l<.b..ror brond rom,.?:1
W M Stuan
OB ’’ft •'t«»
™»rk andertit In rittbiTSr'il
horse trend 7 Lon lift J?ne «'ad
Anyrms vwv-tfng a Ststrh
anict’T ascertain ear opt«” ’’J
"’rh. crop ti
« BJirrna-;.al''’- 51
•WeZTe.t j..; h„^,
ront trow. OMrot Sfwiey
Pw-nu **k-n Br--nati
Wrota) oTOtow wllkcu ¿-"A ■
kft hip I
Mr. mark crop