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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1915)
"DRESS UP BOYS!"
A NBW NATIONAL MOVE WITB VNCIM MM AS UEABKK
Thla U peftUilly FOR YOU.
Come it once and Me m, joa will find that
wo ore prepared, and YOU will be pleased with
what we have ta SHOW YOU.
Show the next fellow that YOU are ready to
make AMERICA THE REST DRESSED NA
TION ON EARTH.
htrts, Mckwtar, nndr rwmr, hoerer , aiovaa. hate
Ml mm'1or-mrvU Clothe, all at maelaraia arleaa
DRESS UP ROYS
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
JULIAN BYRD Manager
SATURDAY. DKCEMBM 4. lit 5
SmateeiuV ' ""
It hna haen honed that I he
light plant would be nermitt.'l to;
use the dam during this winter i
and give better service to the
people of this city but it is titnlor
atood the P. L S. Co. people ob
ject and therefore we all have to
suffer. It doesn't make the least
difference to that company so far
as we can see at this time of tle
year. The water is turned direct
ly back into the river below the
dam and there is ample at the
Island Ranch for all purposes at
this season of year. It doesn't
look good to us and the company
is not making any friends or help
ing its standing in this communi
ty by acting thus arbitrarily.
The flight of waterfowl during
the fall season has not been near
what it has been in the past and
it is an indication that game
preservation was not started
soon enough even though we
growl about it When we fst
the Silvies reservoir in and hold
up the water both from this way
and the Blitzen Valley people
conserve the water of that stream
the game preserve on Malheur
Lake will be a thing of the past
then it will be rare when we have
any water fowl shooting at all.
Burns Commercial Club.
Passes Strong Resolutions
of promoting the business snd
commercisl interests snd in lend
ing its organized influence in all
matters pertaining to the im
provement and development of
the Harney Valley, considers the
speedy settlement of the water
rights of vital importance and
urgently insists thst no further
delays and adjournments be
granted, and thst said proceed
ings be determined and closed at
the earliest possible date; and
Resolved, thst s copy of these
resolutions be sent to esch of the
three members of the State Wat
er Board; and
Be it Further Resolved, that
the importance of the results of
said adjudication justifies the pre
paration and submission of simi
lar resolutions to the Oregon Ir
rigation Congress to be held in
Portland on December 28, 29 and
'state land suit
Whereas, the policies of the
Pacific Live Stock Company, in
connection with its large land
holdings and water right claims,
have retarded the settlement
and development of the Harney
Valley; delayed the proceedings
for the State's adjudication of
the water rights on the Silvies
River, directly attacking the
Oregon water laws; caused much
expensive and indeterminate liti
gation during the past fifteen
years and threatens continued
litigation in the future, and by
its arbitrary enforcement of
court decrees has prevented the
use of available water power for
local light and power purposes;
Whereas, the State of Oregon,
through its proper officials insti
tuted a suit in April, 1914, to can
cel titles to a large acreage of Song, America
Important feature sf thtm. Mr.
Whipp Hang tiiree German und
four English songs, each one pre
ceded by s brief synopsis of the
works of the composer and s
short outlins of the character of
the Bong to be rendered. Mr.
Whipp was in splendid voice. It
Is gratifying to observe thst this
young baritone with the unusual
voice has so rapidly broadened
into an educated musician whose
singing is a real pleasure to listen
to. Mrs Whipp was sn efficient
and sympathetic accompanist.
Catlow Local News.
Oscar Kricson Louie Jennesa
returned from Burns Wednesday
with s load of lumber.
Adrisn Harrison has returned
from Idaho after his five months
leave of absence.
Miss Velma Ott of Centralis
Wash., arrived last week she is
making improvements on her
Miss Ruth Anderson is having
s house built on her claim.
The Priscilla Society met with
Mrs. Louie Jannesa Thursday
Albert Olafson is at home again
Albert has been working at
Home Creek for several weeks
helping build dikes in the west
Andrew Lief of K ingsburg Cal
ifornia, has just arrived to tsks
up residence on his claim. Mr.
Lief made the entire trip on his
The Priscilla Society of South
Catlow Valley held Thanksgiving
Dinner at the home of Roy Has
kin. A delicious two course din
ner was served the table was
tastefully decorated with the
societies colors and Turkey place
cards. After dinner the follow
ing program was given by the
Lois Haskin and Ruth Anderson
Reading; "First Thanksgiven,"
Mr Mnrjorie Jenness
Song, by the Society
Exercise, "Pumpkin Pis,"
Fred and Ethel Haskin
Song by the ladies,
"Priscilla the Pioneer Woman."
Mrs. Roy Haskin
Mrs. Erickson, Ms Anderson
A Prophecy, Miss Alice Harrison
The new Burns Commercial
Club got down to business at its
regular meeting held Friday
evening adopting the report of
its Executive Committee recom
mending that a live commercial
organization be maintained und
that suitable quarters be secured
and fitted up either by the pur
chase of available property as an
investment or the leasing of a
The Executive committee was
instructed to confer with the Ex
ecutive Committee of Burns Kail
road Club and arrange for the cn
tertainment of Mr. Robert E.
Strahorn who is to arrive Sunday.
Two sets of resolutions were
unanimously adopted, one urging
early determination of the water
right adjudication and the other
calling for prompt action of state
officials in the suit of the State
of Oregon against the P. -L. S.
Co. as follews:
Whereas, titles to water rights
on the Silvies River have been in
an unsettled condition, causing
much expensive, unsatisfactory
and undetermined litigation for
a great manv years; and
Whereas, the constant disputes
arising in regard to said rights,
the enforcement of court decrees
pertaining thereto; the pending
litigation and threatened litiga
tion are a bar to all development
of the water resources and serir
ously affect the settlement and
improvement of the Harney Val
ley, including its most important
needs, that of irrigation and
railroad transportation, and also
prevents the use of available
water power for the local elec
tric light and power purposes;
Whereas, the complete adjudi
cation of the relative rights on
said stream was commenced by
the State Water Board under the
provisions of the Oregon Water
Code in the Spring of 1912 and
said adjudication is still pending
end undetermined; and
Whereas, the individual claim
ants for wator rights on saiu
stream have promptly submitted
their proofs of claim at the ses
sions heretofore held in said pro
ceeding, and ample time hs
given the larger corporate claim
ants to prepare for and submit
their proofs of claim;
Now, Therefore, be it Resolv
ed, that the Bums Commercial
Club, organized for the purpose
land claimed by said company in
the Harney Valley snd which is
involved in said water right ad
Whereas, s determination of
said suit in favor of the State
would greatly aid in the settle
ment and development of the
Harney Valley, especially in se
curing irrigstion snd rsil trans
portation ; and
Whereas, the 1915 Legislature
provided funds by direct appro
priation for the specific purpose
of the investigation and prepara
tion of said suit for trial; and
Whereas, said suit has not been
referred for the taking of testi
mony and but s small part of the
evidence has been investigated
and secured although the issues
are fully joined;
Now, Therefore, be it resolved
by the Burns Commercisl Club,
organized for the purpose of pro
moting the business snd commer
cial interests and in lending Its
organized influence in all matters
pertaining to the improvement
and development of the Harney
Valley, that said suit should be
promptly snd vigorously prosecu
ted and the issues finally deter
mined at the earliest possible
Resolved, thst a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the Attor
ney General and State Land
Hoard of the State of Oregon.
After the program the time
was pleasantly spent in singing,
conversation and games until s
late hour when the guests de
parted for their homes. Thpse
present were: Mr. snd Mrs.
Oscar Ericson, Mr. snd Mrs.
Jmie Jenness Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Haskin, Miss Ruth Anderson,
Miss Alias Harrison, Mr. Clar
ence Ericson, Mr, Albert Olafson.
Mr. Andrew Lief, Mr, Adrian
Harrison, Fred, Ethel, Msrjorie
and Margaret Haskin and Marga
Vanishing Game of
State is Protected
Steps to preserve the fish and
game of the state were taken by
the Stats Fish and Game Com
mission In its monthly meeting
last week at the offices in I'ort-
lland. The Deschutes river was
ordered closed to winter trout
fishing and a reward of $100 was
posted for the arrest and convic
tion of anyone shooting antelope
mountain sheep or elk at any
time in this state.
Recommendations of W. L Fin
ley, state biologist, on the need
for the utmost protection for elk,
mountain sheep and antelope
were followed by the Hoard. Mr.
Finley reported that there is but
a amall remnant of bands of
mountain sheep that formerly
made their homes in the moun
tains of Esstren Oregon, lie be
lieves that not more than :t) or 40
animsls are now left alive In the
mountains of Northeast Oregon.
Antelope have also been nearly
exterminated, he said and are in
a fair way to be wiped out alto
gether unless the strong arm of
law is thrown around them to
give additional protection, He
estimates there are perhaps 1000
antelope remaining in Eastern
The elk, he said, which arc
found in small numbers in sec
tions of the Coast Mountains, are
the beat type of elk to be found
anywhere and he regarded it as
extremely important that they be
saved from hunters. They are
the big Roosevelt elk, he said,
superior in size and color to any
other. It is thought by the com
mission members that the addi
tional safeguard will have the ef
fect of saving these types of wild
animals from utter extermina
Efforts Are Made to
Contract Wool Clip
Months shead of the time for
shearing snd a very long period
before the usual season, eastern
interests are trying to secure con
trasts on next spring's wool clip
in Oregon and Idaho at prices re
ported 2 cents a auund above
what similar clips brought last
Market for wool is inlensly
firm while the big wool interests
are still msking a desperate ef
fort to hide most of the war or
ders they have received for cloth
snd are likewise trying to hold in
check sn advancing tendency in
fleece, the genera) trend of the
wool trsde is not only firmer but
is showing an upward slant to
values. This is true especially of
foreign sections but the Atlantic
coast is at last awakening to the
fact that there is very likely to be
one of the greatest wool famines
within the coming season that
was ever known in tho world's
trade. - Ex.
The Burns Packing Plant soli
cits your patronage for their pro
ducts und guarantee the quality.
The prices ars right.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In th Comity Court of Ota (Hat of
Oregon, for Harney Count y.
In Hi.' Manor of tli ntali of Mevin
Notice i. hereby given that Mia nailer
nluiii'il tin been duly aupolntaJ admin
Ul rtrlx of Ilia abovo-name.1 Mil', and
that all paraona having claim agaluat
Mm aaroa are hereby notified to preeent
i lit.fii dlfly verified, aa by lew required,
to the nmteralgned or to her attorney
Cliailn W. Rill, la Burin, Oregon,
within lx month! from Jhe date of Mill
Dated Peeesibsr 4, IW18.
I'rasi.k McUaa, Admloletriilrl.
Mfal imbllialion Dee. 4, twin.
I.a.l publication, Jan. 1, Mill.
Notice ml Sheriff Sale.
Minnie Drlppa, Melvin Drlppa,
Joaeph A. Drlppa and Oharlee
I'. Drlppa, defendanla .
My virtue of a writ of eiecetlon and
order of aala duly leaned oat of the Cir
cuit Court of the fltate of Oregon for
llnrney County on the 24th day of
November lUlfi in the above entitled
out wherein the court rendered a Ju.lg
meal and decree on the 1 1 Mi day of
Oatobar 1915, In favor ol the plaintiff
and ugaluat tlio.lefea.lniile above named
in the mini of tSSU.W and. the further
mm ol 18.71, Usee paid by the Mori
gngc ami (lie coat and dlabnraaient of
aail Uxixl at I2H.UU. With inUreat on
tKlli.'JU at Un percent per annum from
the dale of the Judgment aud Interact
at 0 iter rent per annum on 807.71 Irum
the dale ut the judgment, And
rorecloting a mortgage and ordeiloc
the aala of the property therein dearrih-
Noline It hereby given that wll on
the 4ih day of January pi III, at the
Court home door in Iturna, Harney
County, Oregon, at two o'clock In Ibc
afternoon ol aald day cell at public auc
tion to tbe higheet bidder for eaah, the
anid property ; deecribed aa follow :
111.. Hj, SKI HecUoa 94 Two. IS H.
& the Nt,, NKV, Beclion 8 la Twp. IS
B. R. am, K. W. at. In Harney Couuty
r en much thereof aa may be neeee-HM-y
to iatlfy a id Ju gment together
with tlm iolereet thereon, and all coet
and accruing coat and dlaburacment.
I'.it.-d i In. Ut day of December IWI5.
W. A. (ioodmao, Sheriff.
T. 8. Hpraguc, Deputy.
Browns' Quality Store
FOR FALL & WINTER
NEW GOODS-NEW PRICES
We want you to call on us be
fore making your purchases.
We can supply your wants in
anything required. You will
find Quality and Satisfactory
Service responsible for our sue-
N. BROWN & SONS-QUALITY STORE
The Bums Pscking Plant Ik.
placed Mr. H. Beeler, in charge
of the plant north of town, and
hifl experience and ability to turn
ouC first class bacon and lard is
The new Victor Lodiea Tailor
ing style book and samples for
fall and winter have arrived.
Call snd see them at the Clingan
Hat Shop before ordering elsewhere.
County Budget Notice ,
iN A BAD WAY"
Many a Burn Reader Will Fel
Grateful for Thia IrWorajation
The Whipp Concert
Promises Rare Treat
The concert to be given next
Thursday evening at Tonawama
by Mr. and Mrs. Hartridge G.
Whipp is going to be an excep
tional treat to music lovers. Mrs.
Sutton, one of the sponsors snd
largely instrumental in bringing
these artists to Burns, is person
ally acquainted with Mr. Whipp
and speaks in highest tersss of
his ability. The following clip
ping from a Portland paper gives
some indication of his standing
in that city:
A pleasant innovation in the
form of a lecture-recital was in
augurated at the meeting of the
Woman's Club lsst Friday after
noon when Hartridge Whipp.
baritone, was the singer chosen
to open the first meeting of the
season. Mrs. gnaws. Porr. in in
troducing Mr. Whipp e-pjjned
that music would have a larger
place on the program of Abe
Womsn's Club this year, and that
the lteture-rscitals would be sn
If vour hack irives eut:
Becomes lame, weak or ach
ing: If urinary trouble get In,
Perhaps your kidney are "in a
Don't delay -use Doan's Kidn
Here is good evidence of their
N. Marchand, Warden Ave.,
Klamath Falls, Ore., says: "I
was obliged to get up many times
at night to pass the kidney se
cretions. Often my back was so
weak I had to quit work, Uaan's
Kidney Pills restored my kidneys
to a normal condition snd remove
the pains in my back."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the
same that Mr. Marchand had
Foater-Mllburn Co., Props., Buf
falo, N. Y.
On account of the Whipp con
cert next Thursday night at Ton
awama the serial story "The
Black Box" running on that
night at the Levens, will be put
on the screen early in order to
give patrons an opportunity to
ase it before the concert program.
Pictures will start at 7 o'clock.
R. L Haines is having an add
ition constructed to his residence
property which is to be de voted
to hospi tal pu rposes. He is bu lld-
ing but five extra rooms st pre
sent owing U weather conditions
interfering, snd a surgery, Mrs.
Mains is a graduate nuns we are
informed snd will no doubt take
active charge of the hospital.
Several have told the writer
during the last week thst M, C.
Athey hss gone out to buy s
printing plant and intends start
ing another paper in Burns. Mr.
Athey came hers with a view of
purchasing the business of our
competitor but the pries offend
and the one asked were so .far
apart tbat there was no trade.
The Tunes -Herald man offered
to sell this business but Mr. Ath
ey did not consider it, ' ,
A NW Suggestion for
Quitting Boee Habit
For the married man who can
not get along without drink, the
following isBUggested as a means
of freedom from bonduKr to the
Start a salmon in your own
house. Be the only customer
(you'll have no license to pay.)
Go to your wife and give her two
dollars to buy a gallon of whisk
ey, and remember there ore six
ty nine drinks In a gallon. Buy
your drinks from no one but
your wife, and by the time the
first gallon is gone she will have
eight dollars to put in the bank
and two dollars to start business
again. Should you live ten years
and continue to buy booze from
her and then die with snakes in
your boots, she will have enough
money to bury you decently, edu
cate your children, buy a house
and lot, marry a decent man, and
quit thinking about you entirely.
Lattf htei Aid Dlgaaiio,,
Laughter is one of the most
healthful exertions; It is of great
help to digestion. A still more
effectual help is a dose of Cham
berlain's tablets. If yqu should
be troubled with indigestion giye
them a trial. They only cost a
quarter. For sals by all dealers,
A. Hsmbree, a former pioneer
resident of this county, died at
Dixon, California on last Mon
day, according to advice publish
ed In S recent jsspa of the Baker
Herald. Mr- Hsmbree was HS
yearn old- He lived here for
many years and was the father
of G, I. Hembree Hf UiJy. We
have not received any particulars
of his death.
P. S. Weittenhiller took his de
parture yesterday morning for
Spokane where he will make
headquarters with his family dur
ing the winter.
T the Taipayera ol Haroey County
The County Court ol Harney Oouatg,
Oregon, have Hied Wedoetday tbe
twentj.aeoond day of December, IBI6,
aa the time aud the County Court room
aa tin- place, where tbe net I mat ol tbe
amount ol money propoeed to be raieed
hy trxatlon tor tbe eniuing year, 1918
may be diaoueead with aai.l Couuty
Court ; iileo, alien aud where any tax
payer, anbject to euch tax le?y when
made, al.aH he beard for or again t any
propoaed tal levy.
Itemeaed Uuiate of amount ol moa
y piopoeed to be raieed by taxation (or
iln umuliig year, lUlfl, by llaruey
County, Oregon, lo-wll:
Circuit Court I 6,15tt 00
County Court 1,000 00
tiullce Court 1,000 00
Hhorlir oifcce 6,100 00
( Terk'l office 4.S00 00
Treasurer' ofBce BOO 00
Aaaeaeor'i office 3.7&0 00
Ooaoty School Hupt I.SUOOO
stock Ineuector 400 00
Health officer 100 00
Coroner SW 00
t'ounty Koad Maater MOO 00
Court Ifooet 1,300 00
liiaane ,,, 44 00
Widow'! panaioo l.BOO 00
Cere of County poor 7,s50 00
Jail mo 00
lioiinly on wild animal 0,000 00
Current espeaee (all office 2,1150 00
Kc.giat ration aud Klection 3,000 00
Welgbta and measure 100 00
Interest on county warrant 000 00
Kipnneee uof other), e enu
merated 34T3H 00
Redemption of county war
ranti ,..'. 8,000 00
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon st 10 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
St 6:30 a. m.
At) other services, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced in church-
A.11 invited and welcome to the
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Notice el Final SettUxnent.
Notice i hereby given that the mi
denigned, adminiatrator ut the Kati.le
of W. A. Andereon. deccaeed, hu hlc.l
hi final account in aaid matter, ami
that tbe Hon. II, C. Levrua, County
Judge of Harney County, Oregon, hna
act Ibc Otb day of December, lfUo, nt
tea o'clock a. m.,ut the County Judge'
office, Hume, Oregon, a tbr lime I
place for hearing objection thereto; All
pereona having any objection to aai.l
account are hereby notified to prerent
tbe mix at aaid time and plan.
Dated at Burn, Oregon, tbi 3rd .l.-.
of November, IV1I.
II. I.. ANIII-KSON,
Adminiatrator of the iUtut.'
of W. A. Anderaon, ile.cr.vl.
f 00,988 00
To ralae whloh amount will
be iieceeaary to make tag
levy of .007ft
Kitlmated Bute lea..
Katiuiatod htato lax
Katimated levy 008
I'.abhlt bounty faint .
I.limali-d lfvy 03ft
County High Bflhooj
Katimated levy 001
Roada and bridge
Total .UM I70,WS.00
1'rohable rccelptiol Harney
county for the year 1010,
from murcee other than
I' ex from county Clara offitie fS.sbij Op
Sheriff' mileage fee ISO 00
liitureat on uoliuty deposit,,,,,, 1160 00
One hall bounty on wild aid
mall paid by State 3,000 00
Five prr cent U. S. Land ealee 000 00
I'orpal rcneyve rentale 1,000 00
Waist) amount will bauajrd for payment
I oiilatandlng warrant.
Dated thla 9th day of Noveaier, iWlft.by
order of the County Court.
K T. IIIOIIKT,
Clerk, Haraer poiifff Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UeiTeeeravaa Laan orri. a.
Sara. Oragea, Muvaaibar a. 11 1
Notte I hereby lvu tbat ebafman T. mm u i.
of Harny Oraeou.wltu.un iktotau i. luu, ui.i.
llHBeea BaTry.aleaMr.lev H WW mm .u.Tv...
El H.,&aBfsk ft .Wlllaar.au. Meililian li. nf.
d Doclia ol latanlloe te wake llualilu.-a vm
proof. ie eelabtleh alalia to the laarl above i.-
MrlbM.bforBe1leran4Beealver. at lluru.
. Earl Wither. Jauiui oil
oa tb I
4ay ol December, lvltv.
Petar Manluiurr. alt ol Haraar. tircao.i.
Wa. raaaa. Iti-gliu r
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Uaivae Svatb l.i xii urrtcx
Buratt. Oraxwi. oeeewber , nu ..
Matte la beraoyily thai cturla I). Bcokh y.
el SaekUy, Oreeca, who. u May I, liul ami
November 10 !, inaua Homaatea.l go I ilea
no wk; u7wn.raaoaeiiv.uy, ..oi i, i, .i. .. n...
NKy S!,nw U ' Tel.., a., bageii h .
Willi m.tu. tllrldlaa, aa lied nutlie uT Milan
lloa to make flual three year l-roof. !o.-ul,iit
rlem to Iba laud above uaacrlbvd, belora i . B.
Tulloch, U.S. t'omwlMloaar. at hi olfi.-i-, i
Bevkwjr. oreffoa. aa the lib Uy ol January.
claimant name aa wltueaaea
J Serduao,.laorr Jobuatou. Sober! Koairi,
Hiram O, Olaytou, allot Sack ley. Urrgon.
Fall and winter Goods
Underwear, Overcoats, Macanaws
Ladies9 Winter Wear
Complete line in all Departments
We are ready with a com
plete line of Best Quality
Goods to care for our cus
tomers. Let us figure on
on your big supply order
A. K. Richardson
Agt. Buick Automobiles
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Fnt- Camp Hoiiae and Feeding Privileges in Corral
or Barn. Customer, Cre Ppr Own Stork.
W. A. GOODMAN. Adtoinintr Fnir Crnunik
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
PKiMft eiAT (..an oyricK,
aurei) oeagea. ajeveott
aae aled aotleol lul
bar I, i
bar . tl. ma.la num. ir.i
Matlea la harebratvea tbat Audi t' Hallac
formerly aud u, rrenarioaei
'. ' II
tautlon lo luaku i I
tarae-ieer proof, lo aatablltk elalm to the
laa.1 above denrlbed, before Kealater ami
Becetver. at guru, urafon, on the mi. day
ol Deeeaber, 11
Claimant earn altnaaee
A. T. Donovan, Cha t om.-aya. JatmaMr
Harm, lunula Halloa, all of Itlley, Oregon
' i We faaae. Hii. r.
We have a complete stock of
Come and see the great variety
CALL OP twfCNP YOU ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
iimvau evavaa I.ano ornoa,
Hutu, uraaou. November I. ivi.i I
Halle I hereby elvaa tbat Haua lloi.-i ol
Slii.uraaoa.wBo.oB nwvamiwr w, ir,.iiau.
omMad Kutrr. No. owe. for Hi,.' , . -. .
l.WS.8eMiM41- i .'..'.
Aud bgWBWU. teotiea at, Towiixlili. waouib.
Hai.a '4 B. wMeaif Mrldli. baa filed
iq mua riHai iirw-
ira Baarlalar at
Oregon, en ibeltft dar at Peeomber, luii.
notiea of Inteaalbi
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Mantua aiaiai e ma lauu iikiii.
leraaa. neeeiver, i hu
I'h 1 1 lea ..x
v, A.T Uuno
Hullo, all of
aovau, ii.. i.. h I
Printed in accordance with legal
requirement on short notice nt
HANSEN'S MEAT MARKET
Lopalad at tha aat old tan
ayfth thpm-4 prompt ferric
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