The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, November 25, 1905, Image 3

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    The
R R Sitz wax a visitor Thursday
HARNEY LOCALS
Win Gray was among the Lawr­
Jason Bennett was in the city en visitors during the week.
Robt Drinkwater and J H Log-
this week.
E.C Buckley came over from Sil­
HAS THE LAkMKrr IlHCULATIO« op
gan have been confined at home
vie»
the
first
of
the
week
on
busi
­
Job:, Budelman's residence is for
aj » t xkwbpapeu in this county .
two days this week but both are
ness.
sale. Inquire at the Blore.
able to be out again.
Found—A gold bracelet on the i
W K Crawford of Harney, was
The subject of the disposition of
streets of this city. Owner please
seen on our streets Thursday.
the
Harney county exhibit from
caff at thia office
Local News,
the Lewis 4 Clark exposition has
C B Ausmus was doing business
Thanksgiving ball at Locher's | developed considerable discussion
in this city the iuetof the week.
hail Thursday, Nov. 30 Sup|>er
looking for snaps’ See Schwartz i
among our citizens and the strong­
Dr \V . C Brown, Dentist. Offic will 1 e »erved at the Summit.
4 Budeltuan'a ad
est
expression is that some provi­
upstair» in Veogtly building,
The wood saw and barley roller sion should lie made to establish it
Th*'» Coleman was over from
Call and see the best and only of Austin Goodman is kept busy permanently in the county seat so
Harney yesterday
successful disc plow. At Voetly’s with orders ahead all the time. visitors can visit it conveniently.
Trade off your mouldboard plow ‘
See to it that your wood is sawed To further this view several have
I Geo Marshall was down from his
and g*t a diac At Voegtly’a.
and housed before the stormy expressed themselves as willing to
Trout Creek home a few days this
weather sets in.
J J Heinz and wife and little ton I
'Contribute at least $ 1 00 each to
week
were in th* city the first of the
NOTICE—Any one who knows have it properly established at
Now is the time L get a disc plow
week from Lawen.
Mure than 110 00 has been
of any government land and wants Burns
to do your fall plowing
At Voeg-
it settled with good neighbors please offered here for this purpose and in
IIOO.UUO to loan at 8 per cent on gjy’H
send the nuuiliera to our office and case this provision was not decid­
improved f.i in- ind slock ranches
See
Adam
George
at
the
Burns
confer
a favor upon yourself, the ed upon they would double their
N I’. Carpenter, Agent.
for pasture, Stock have free access new comer and
donation to locate it in this city,
President John D Daly has I lieen' p,
and one man said be would give
L ewis 4 S mith ,
in the city the past week looking
X
♦ 5 00 for the latter location. Il is
Burna,
Oregon.
Born—Yesterday at the home of
after bunitiess affairs.
a subject that will I» brought be
Mrs J W Sevedge. to Mr and Mrs
The Windsor Bar, under the
Mr\G/°
b“ * fi,M* d!*" i 1 N Hogbet, a son
fore the Board of Trade meeting
management of Smith Bros . is one
play of fall and winter bats at the
next Saturday -light and a com­
of
the
pleasant
resorts
of
thia
city
♦ 100,000 to loan at 8 per cent on
W N Jorgesen building and desires'
mittee appointed to further inter­
improved
farms and stock ranches where customers are courteously
the ladies of Burna to call and see
ests of this community in the pre­
treated. The supply of liquors and
N U. Carpenter. Agent.
llieill
cigars are the best. Drop in and mises.
Mr a.id Mrs A W Howser have feel at home.
Yt in Russell eauie over from
The following named scholars
been
the guests of their daughter,
Harney yesterday afternoon, bring­
If you wish to be located on a have been neither absent nor tardy
ing his little son for medical atten­ Mrs J E Loggan for a few days.
good homestead, see F. M. Jordan, in Miss Delta Dillard's Primary
Do you need a pair of good the surveyor.
dance. Dr Burrow bas charge of
school: 1st month, Herbert Irving,
the case and reporta the sickness spectacles to read your news paper?
Ethel Russell; 2nd mouth Chris­
G. W Clevenger A- Co have re-
Call on E N. Nelson—he will fit
nut serious
tina Everett, Marie Hastie
you with Al glaaeea.
ce'Ved a lug lot new furniture which
Ladies' and children's clothing
J F Thrasher of Pendleton Ore­
Alfalfa seed, Alsike clover seed the public should call and see
of all kinds as per samples at my
gon was in town this we< k en route
Timothy
seed,
Red
top
seed,
Turk-
For $1 00 you are able to buy an
store upon orders for a responsible
to Ontario, and instead of enjoying
‘ ‘
t
eyslan alfalfa seed, Red clover seed alarm clock
bouse. Give me a call.
Thanksgiving at home lie has or­
E
N
Nelson
Call
and
examine
and
get
prices.
—
Mrs Hallie Hastie,
Watchmuker. ders from E C Kilby 4 Co to pro-
Harney Oregon. Geer 4 Cummins.
“Uncle” Jimmie Gentrie, lhe''ceei1 lo Montana in charge of a
_
Henry Welcome took hie depar-
Having Hecured the agency
for a
well known old pioneer scout and consignment of Percheron horses
reliable
firm
for
made
to
measure
ture la»t Wednesday afternoon en
goods for ladies and children Mrs pony expressman, who has been a for distribution in that section.
route lo his new location at Bul|
Hattie Hastie of Harney City will familiar character in these parts
The Lawen Draft Horse Co. has
Frog, Nevada
He accompanied take measures and orders for cloaks, for years, is fast ‘inking to his last
i
been
organized with II R Sitz,
rest
and
he
may
pass
over
the
di
­
Chas Turner out u» far as his home suits and underwear
vide at any hour
He has lived a president. Ted Hayes, vice presi­
tn Wild Horse and from there he
Messrs Catteraon 4 Clay are Useful life on the frontier and
dent; Newt Hoover, secretary;.Sam
will go lo Winnemucca
the proprietors of a blacksmith and count» every family in these parts
Graves, L B Hays, Lloyd Johnson,
Tobacco dealers are warned not repair -hop in Drewsey. They de­ Ins particular friend. He was in
directors, having purchased a tn <g-
to »«II tobacco in iinv form lo school sire a share of the public patronage the Mexican war and draws a
mficient specimen of Norman I’er-
boys under the nge of Hl years as
sinnll pension.
I'ercheren stock of E C Ruby v
they will lie prONcculed
By order
llunis lKc Bacon and Lard 17c
of the board of school directors.
— Salt Salmon 15c Mackerel 25 per
Co
through their Sales Aqent J M
LITERARY NOTES.
A C. W ki . com a, Clerk.
li»h—Herring IO- Boiling Meat 5c
Blanton. This company will en­
A tic—Roast» Sc to 10c 3lbs chuck 1
E N Nelson informs us that Mrs Steak 25c All kinds pickles cheese ! The High Schoo' Literary Society gage in raising an improved grade
Nelson s health is not ho good and at><i lunch goods at lowest cash met yesterday afternoon at 2:30 and of draft horse» and are confident
Everything sold for cash was again attended by several visi­ they have secured an animal which
she has given up her position in prices
At the Citv Meat Market!
John Day. She is expected here
tors and the Society would like lo will insure success in tins line.
this afternoon accompanied by her
Word was received last night
little son. Her many friends will thni a third party of railroad stir-,
lie glad to welcome her
vev "is lul l left Ontario, their desli-
the niitinu being Crane creek gap in:
Mariied al the pari
thi--county. It is also re,»»rti ■!
Bum» hotel Thurada
that one crew is on Cow creek above
Nov 23. Mr. John Ot
11» nev and another detachment
h idle S»i>»'>, Justice J
had
been Keen on Willow creek
f irming tue aeremony
west
of thia cit V
s nee
i few lutr.iiab
There will be a union Tbanksgiv-
j,,g service held in th' Presbyterian
church Thursday morning Nov 30
at eleven o'clock. The sermon will
be preached by R<>v A B Minaker
of the Baptist church
Sjacial
mu»ic for the occassion
Everyone
is earnestly invited to attend this
Win Byram whom wo mentioned hour of praise and thanksgiving.
Iasi wielc as being hero from Boar
Duncan Macleod purchased C.
valley I r the purpose of taking iiia M Lister’s band of 2400 sheep this
family home, was taken to Port­ week for the Wm Hanley Company
land by Dr Matsden fora surgical of Burns.
The bunch will be
operation
Mr Byram was suffer- branded here and taken to Harney
-Quit from what he supposed was county for winter feeding.
Mr
gi'l» but Saturday morning Dr Macleod will leave this week for
Marsden made an examination »nd
found a very severe and dangerous Canyon City and goes from there
affliction <>f th* middle ear and through Lake county to make more
realizing that a very delicate opera purchases.—Prineville Journal.
lion must be performed immediate­
Rev. Dr. Ketchum will close a
ly or it would prove fatal They
two
weeks’ service of religious
started for Portland at once and
reached their destination in 40 meetings here tomorrow evening
hours. Dr. Dixon who performed i Dr. Ketchum is an excellent speak­
the operation stated th it 24 hours er and will assist Rev Irwin for
later would have proven fatal
A some weeks yet in his religious
They go to Lawen Monday
growth was found and all the dis­ work
tracting symptoms relieved and the to begin meeting there, which they
patient ia now doing well at the hope to conduct for two weeks Th«
hospital there
Dr. Marsden will J results here have l»een quite en-
return home the latter part of next ' couraging and we understand sev-
' era! will be taken into the church.
week.
the »»trading p-n ties,
on* ot the substantial young men
of the Drewsev section where he ia
engaged in the saw mill busine»s
The happy couple took their de­
parture for homo yesterday uiorn
ing. The Times-Herald extends
tends congratulations.
Dissolution of Partnership Sale.
Our Entire Stock of
DRY GOODS. LADIES’ and GENT’S
FURNIS HING GOODS, MENS
and BOYS CLOTHING. HA IS,
BOOTS and SHOES
\\ HI be sold at
COST
In order to reduce our >tcck, as < ur Mr.
Budelman will have t leave shortly.
This is fl bona fide sale and we ar t
commencing it with a New and I p
To Date Stock of Goods.
GOODS WILL BE SOLO FOR
CASH ONLY.
SCHWARTZ & BUDELMAN.
BTTZFLTVS,
OT=<.KM31-OTV
PETITION FOR LIQUOR I.ICEN-,
We, the undersigned lvg.il vote s <>t .
Uke Precinct, Harney ( ounty, State ot
Oregon, respAjctinHy j -tit - u th- II n
Coart of Harney County, State of « 're-
gon, to grant a license t • Si lney ('ome
gye to Sell Spirituous. Malt and \ i "h*
I.iqnorsin lessquaiitilii— Ilian ma­ rillen
in Lake Precinct Harney Countv, State •
of Oregon, ter the Period cf Tit rce|
Months as in duty bound we will ever!
pray.
Nani's
N ainee
George Simmons
C A Haines
Geo Winter»
Andy Orlx-rne
Elben Allen
Frank Caw 1 tv 14
Wm Dunn
W N Patter mi
Fay Comegys
It J Haine«
Il II Elliott
Mb k Allen
Ijarvev Muller
Edward Ander.-uii
F. L, Anderson
E Bat er
Don Baker
D P N utt. r
C M Gaskell
Fl' l.ivirgst'.ii
Notice is hereby given that on M i -
day, llie 4th day of I>ec , 1905, the un­
di-rsigned will apply to the County
Court of the stale of Oregon for Harney
county, for the license mentioned in
the foregoing petition.
SIDNEY loMEiiY.-.
CONTEST NOTICE
UNITED STATES |.\N|i oFFI< E, (
BuriiN, Oregon, October 1 k , V. m *. y
A sullicieiit i.iutcbt afliiluvit ha\iug been tiled
in iLih office by Junius J. Ingersol, contestant,
rgtuiibt.bnHkvbltftid entry N«- himade x.-tii
I). i.for 8E*4 NE*bee. 19, \\ , wv , aud
N'aSW‘4, Seotion 2u, Tvwnghip j" s., Range " »
E., by Fiaiicig E. Hollaua\ t'oiiti-Fte *, in whieh
It iw
tl'fff (her-ttid I-' ;i n. t- E. 11 >-i1 i in >
hati never resided upon gaid tract; haw wholly
nimudunctl the siune for more titan nix months
prior to the filing of said atlhhivit, and ever
hince the----- du\ of March, 190», has been, and
now is a fugitive from jURtive for ahooting at a
man, and ia nuppo*ed lo be in hiding s »me
where in the Blate of Idaho, and that Baid ulleg
ed abBenve from theBtti<i hmd v.aBnot duelo his
employment m Hie \rm\, Navy, or Murine
Corps of the United States tisaprivnte soldier,
Olli» er, aeamau, or marine, during the time of
war, said parties are hereby notified to appeal,
respond and otter evidence touching said allo
gallon at 10 o'clock a. m. on November, h>, 1*0»,
I»« hwe the Register and Receiver at the I'niteo
States Land Ofliw in Burns, Oregon.
The said contestant haYIng, m a proper afti
davit, filed October la, l'.'O.», set forth factb
which show that after due diligence personal
service of tliis notice < an not be nude, ii is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication
W m . K amke , Register.
•BROW N’S’
-BROWN’S”
•THE SATISFACTORY STORE”
2
WHATMONEYWILLDO
PRICES
Never before heard of in Harney County.
Every possible reduction made for
Close, Cash
uyers
Stock Complete in Even] Department
Our New Cash System to all is cer­
tainly a trade winner—especially
when you Get More For Your
Money.
GET OUR PRICES.
BROWN’S CASH STORE
NOTICE EOK PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES LAND <>FF1< E.
I
Burns, Oregon, Novembers, 1905.J
Notice is hereby given that the following-
iiBined settlers have filed notice of their inten
tton to make final proof in suppo.t ot their n
Bpvctive claims, and that said proofs will be
made before the Register and Receiver, at
Burns, Oregon, on Decemlier .'», I'.HKi, viz:
Edward Nob.o of Venator, Otegon, H . E. N
1293, for the N! , NE*4 and N*a N\V*4, Sec. 1,
2t. s. R.
E. \\ M.
Ira K. Venator of Narrows, Oregon, U. E. N
1295. for t he Lots 11 and 12, Sc -. l oth lz and I
Sec. 4. Lot 1, Se<-. 9, and Lot 2, Sec 10, T. . ■
R. 32 E . W M
Henry Landreth of Narrows. Or«g»n,H. E
No 1.'.% for the E'a >W'._ NW. HJ *. SV.'4
NE'a.
T. ? . H., R. : J I. . W M.
Josephine G. Venator, formerly J ob « phinc <».
Slregei,of Narrows, Oregon, II E. No. l.U.»8, for
the N‘a SW ,, and Lots ♦., U an.I 13, .-« <•- '.I. T.
2.'» s , R.• E . \t. M.
James H. SampBon of Narrows Oregon. H. E.
No.
for the H-?« Srt 1 t. S' , SE’4, See. 32, and
HW4 SW ,
- 3. T. 25 8., IL*. E . \\ M.
They name the following wit ii esses toprove
their continuous reiidence upon and cultiva
tion of uai.l laud, viz:
Henry Landreth. I. K. Venator. Edward No­
ble, Ernest Bolcof an l J. II. Buekmaster of
Narrows, Oregon, atul A Venator of Venator,
Oregon.
\\ M F a hue , I.' /¡Bier.
BURNS. OREGON
N< TICE.
n
see many more next Friday. The
The Harney Sunday school wns
roll call found six members absent, reorganized last Sunday’ afternoon
1» hereby ■_ ven to George A Sebring
»
anil I r ink W Sobring, ami to all other
four of thi-i number being sick.
with the assistance of Rev H A.
'persons
>
iieerned.
That
Chile.
T.
fl. E. YOUNG. Pi opt.
The nominations for offices were: Ketchum and Dr Hibbard who
Miller, a Iniiniatrator of said eMato of
President, George Greeley and drove over from Burns. The fol
Notice is hereby given that the under­ Eliza J Brock deoeased has filed bis
M ' ■
Vice President, Mary lowing officers were chosen to serve signed wa-« duly appointed by the ( oun­ final acct. a. administrator of said eat de
N la d Harry Buck; Secretary, the school until the regular eh i ty Court of llarney County, Oregon, ou iiinl by order of the County Court of the
M i- u Smith, He ene Swain ami lion in January. Theo Coleman, I October 26tl>, 1905, the administrator of State of Oregon (or llarney County,
Neil superintendent, L. M. Hamilton, I the Estate of Adam (iocbel, deceased, made and enter,4 Nov. 3, 1905 Dec lltli
Lea Robinson; Treasurer,
I and has duly qualified. All persons 1905 at one o’clock P. M. of said day has
Smith and Gertrude Barnes, Af- assistant superintendent ami chor­
having claims against said Estate are been fixed as the time when said acct,
ister;
Miss
Delta
Dillard,
fecretary
ter the nominations camo the pro-
i hereby required to present them, with will be considered and settle 1, and any
and treasurer; Mrs Eliza Hamilton, proper vouchers, within six months from anil nil persons having objection» to said
gram
Song by Society .
...
organist; Eliza Loggan, librarian; the date of this notice, lo the underfeign­ m et are required to file the same on or
before said day . Date 1 at Burns, Ore.,
Mrs Jasper Davis and Mrs A E ed at Burns, Harney (’ounty*, Oregon.
My Old Cabin Home
Dated Burns, Oct. 27, 1905
Nov, llh 1IHI5.
Solo
. Gertie Hibbard
Millard teachers. Other teachers
1 red L enaburg .
C. T. M ii . i . ek .
Essay............. Raymond Sizemore will be chosen as the school pro
Administrator.
Reading
...Ella Sweek ceeds
Everything on hand
Debate: Resolved that Munici­
usually kept by all
The Hartley base ball club has
Notice is hereby given that the under-
pal Ownership of Electric Lights accepted the challenge of the Burns
first class markets.
Notice is bereby given that the unHcr-
and Waler Works ia Better than club to pull off a game at this place signed administrator of the estate of J. Bigncd Administrator of the Estate of |
\V Kelso, deceased, has filed hie final
Private Ownership
Affirmative, Thanksgiving day and preparat ons account, and the lion. LI. C. Levons. Ferdinand < i. Blame, decvaHed. has fifed ■
Curtis Smith, Alice Sweek, Neil are in progress to make it an inter­ County Judge oi llarney County, Or : bin fi al a- u »tint and that the Hon. 11. C.
Smith; Negative. Frank Thom pron. eating and enjoyable affair.
gon, ha-set th« third day of January, Levons has appoint» d Monday. Dee. 4th, I
lUOli, at the hour ot ten o’clock a. m. 1905, at 10 o’clock a in, as the day and !
Genet Gowan, Mason Smith
There is stiff some interest in the as tho time, and the County Judge’s time for the hearing of objections to each
Myra King was appointed critic,
office, Burns, llarney County, Oregon, liuai account and the settlement thereof, '
Lea Robinson, Roswell Hamilton railroad question and Hon. Robert
and ha-dir« « lu» imlerpigned to give .. ......................................
.
Drinkwater says in relation to the as Ilie place for hearing objections to notice tin ruo! in Ih • 11rues-Herald one« ,
_______
and Mabie Cross judges The jud­
said account.
Sumpter Valley road that he thinks
All person» having objections to said a week for four eucceaaive week«. All---------------
ges decided in favor of the affirma­
the most feasible line for it to reach account shall appear nt said time ard perf-ons interested are required to pre- j «
tive.
sent their »bji ctions. if any, before the
Harney Valley ia along the elevat­ plate and present the same.
Song by Society, Old Folks at Home
Dated at Burns, Oregon, Ihi- 19th day County Court of Harney County, Ore- ’
ed plateau from the north east to
gon, at said appointed day and hour,
Quartette . Floy Thompson, Byrd
the bead of Rattle snake and down of November, 1905.
Buras, Oregon, Oct 23d, 1905.
.1. II. HARD,
King, Merle Dalton, Helene Swain
P aul F. B lume .
that canyon directly tn this city
Administrator.
Recitation
. .
Mamie Winters
He concludes that if it ever drops
Solo .........
. .
Frankie King
down into the John Day valley and
Recitation
.
Dora McLaren
via Canyon City it will have a very
Song by Society The Vacant Chair
expensive feat of railroad construc­
The president appointed John tion and such heavy grades to con­
Sayer, George Greeley and Harry tend with that will make freight
Buck to prepare a program for next handling unprofitabe. So we think
it had better make Harney City an
Friday. We adjorned at 3:30.
objective point.
“Coupling l’in.
CITY MEAT MARKET
4
i
Meats’of all Kinds
H
SALI FISH
Butter and Eggs
Lard, Tallow
Lunch Goods
For sale at reasonable
Prices for Cash.
JOHN DEEKESULKY PLOW!
Benicia Hancock Disc Plows.
A press dispatch of recent date PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
from Spokane, states that H. B.
YVe, tbe undersigned legal voters of
Smith, of the Spokane Investment Lake Precinct, Harney County, State of
Oregon, respectfully petition the Hon.
Company, has purcbaed, in connec­ County Court of Harney County, Slate
of
Oregon, to grant a license to C. A.
tion with Brew A Schwamberg, of
Haines to Sell Spirituous, Malt aud
Milwaukee, from the G. W. David­ Vinous L.iquore in less quantities than
son i state of Boston, Mass , 4,000 one gallon in Lake Precinct llarney
County, State of Oregon, for the period
acres of Oregon limber land, 480.- of Six months, a» in duty bound we
!
will ever pray.
<Jl»0 l» iiig the price quoted.
Names.
Names
The land purchased is claimed Sidney Comegys
< ieorge Sizemore
Ileo Winters
to be in the southwestern part of Andy Osborn
I :ink CswB I
Elben Alien
Grant countv, and the northwestern Wm Dunn
W N Patterson
l: J Hatees
part of Ft.-irney county, and is re­ Fay Comegys
H II Elliott
Mick Allen
ported as heavily timbered with Edward Ander-on
Harvey Muller
F Haver
very dioic • f.r The Sumpter Val- F L Anderton
D P Nutt-r
Don Baker
‘ ley ruiirohd is building into the C M Gaskell
F C Litiagstoii
Notice is h .-ebv given th.-t "n Mon
"intry in which this laud is situ
dav, the 4th dav of Dec., 1905,- the un­
ated. and is now within tiO miles of dersign« ■ will apply to the County
Court of the »tat« of Oregon for Harney
being tributary to it.
county, tor the license mentioned in the
Mr. ^niitli 8tiu it »8 the intention foregoing petition,
C. A. HAINES.
of th" company buying the land to
install a numl»er of sawmills upon
it and engage in the manufacture of
lumlter within the next two years.
He states that the timber upon the
laud is of the fin*st and ranks with
the beet now standing in Oregon.
During Mr Smith's recent visit
Who mounted the handsome collection
to this section to look after the in­
terests of the Abner Robbins estate, ot bird» and animals »ent from hereto
he said nothing regarding the con­ the Lewi» and Clark fair, is again in
templated purchase of any timber Burns. During Ins stay he will mount
land. The records do not show any specimens for any who desire, also make
such tract being owned by the G. ruga from skins of native animals. See
W. Davideon estate in this county, him about prices and ask particulars
land we are unable to locate it.
soon as he will remain but a short time.
J. [. WALLACE,
The Taxidermist.
Reserved for the
M. M. CO
E. A. E raser , Manager.
Ontario, Oregon.
«
CUflUXlNG PD0UJS CF A
OVE OTAKB.
Tooth and Disc Harrows
Thomas Disc Drills.
Cal! and get prices before purchasing.
C. H. VOEGTLY. Burns, Ore»
Patronize Home Industry
THE HARNEY VALEEV BREWING CO
Make th_ir ^oods frem ¡ome products
and with home labor.
;J
,v_
JOHN McHULLEN,
$
flit IP-Te-IMTE Piki: - :: .1 HEP.
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All the latest styles and in>pi> -. <1 pl> dojjraphy In
use to be had. ¡‘rolit- Panels, At'i-t's Proof and
Poatelain p»oecss. I Lotos finished in up-to-date
style upon application
All sizes from the smallest
locket picture up to an 8x io finish, cl in Aristo
Platino or on any of the Atnetic.in p pers.
II ry opposi e First Nat io. a! Baid..
-
urns,
Oregon.
OTTZe C-OOIDS
They are as good as the best and our prices cannot be met.
YVe cater to the ¡>eople and not to those who want to main­
tain “Forty-Nine price«.”
We Make a Specialty oi Family Trade
and deliver goods to any part of the city.
G. W. WATERS, Manager
AII iOi. Manager
First 'claw accottimi dations with r,e»t. <■' ■ n an i combats
room. Toy invitee bis friend» l,
u.ih him when in
Burns. Tables well furnished Meals 2 cet.t-
t tyU|
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