East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, September 19, 1888, Image 1

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    E ast O regon
BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888.
Vol. 1 —No. 48.
THE HERALD
H erald
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
FROM WASHINGTON, D. C.
“Against the war!” he'ansivcred,
LAKEVIEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
“I am in favor of war pestilence
F. A. COG8WELL.
and famine! I am through opposing ' CHAS. A. COGSWELL,
Lakeview.
Linkville.
this government when it makes up
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
its mind that that it wants to fight
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE. Or.
anybody.”
So it is now. Cleveland lias de-1
Attorneys"at-Law.
manded authority to twist the Brit­
I
I
ish lion’s tail, and he is President
— .
_ .... I
of the United States, and will have Attorney, Notary Public &
to have it. That is all there is to
Collector.
it, and the republicans might as
A.
C.
BRODERSEN,
... Lakeview.
well recognize tha fact sooner as
later.”—Bulletin.
Any business entrusted to me, will receive
moat careful and prompt attention. Land mat­
------------- --- —- .
ters and Collection a specialty. Correspond­
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
E ds . H erald : Perhaps yourread-
THE TOWN OF BURNfl
i ers do not understand what Statu­
GRANT CO. OREGON.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
ary Hall of the capital is, and for
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY I
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HERALD.
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
BY
I the benefit of those who do not
BV8INF88 MEN ABROAD RY LOOKING OVER ITO COLUMNS WILL BEE THAT
know, I will say that it is the old
D. L. GRACE,
Burns contains
P ublisher and P roprietor .
congressional hall, that is located
1 newspaper; 1 hotel: 1 saloon: 1 undertaker; 1 meat market: 1 lawyers; 3 physicians
on the same floor as the senate and
1 surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery atable: 2 general mer­
BUlteClil PTION RATES:
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle« harness shop; 1 gro­
House, but when the two wings of
One Year
cery store. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room; Lacbool; 1 church.
Rix Mouths.
£9^-Mail a copy of T h * H irald to Advertise your town, in the East.
¡the capitol were’completed it was
I
Three Months
One Year (in advance)
unoccupied. Congress passed a bill
O. P. Cresap, I [>ermitting each state to place in
HERALD CLUB LIST:
this vacant room or hall two statues
F--ÎS '
____________________ -
nerald and The Century, one year
,.75 j
Herald and St. Nicholas,
“
j of her favorite sons. New York has
Herald aud Demorest Magazine, one year . «.75
The Poor Man's Taxes.
ence solicited in English and German.
Herald and Peterson Magazine
“
’
Han a’no u «no ananrtnient of Barbedlue ware— contributed statues of Robert B. >
4*00 ’ s
°®w» which"
beauty^of design and
Herald and Godej a Lady's Book
“
Behold,
then,
the
h
if»py
laborer
Herald aud West Shore
i finish ¡8 hard to equal. A flue lio® (and in all Livingston, George Clinton
and j
T. H. ROBERTS, P bopribtob .
itVs s jllue
___ of
lieruld and Leslie
lllus rated Newspaper
Scwspr. - 5.75 j___
abade»),
and puta
Herr Id arid trails Fopulnr Monflity
Hamilton; New Jersey has Pichard ' as he rises in t^
Attorny-aX-Law
Every Wyle ot Job PrlntlUf done with neMaoea end dee^teh.
Herald and Leslie’« buirtiay Magazine
Herald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
Stockton and Gen. Phil Kearney; on his flannel shirt, taxed !)2 per
MOSAIC WARE.
Each additional volume after Vol. I, 56 cents;
Reasonable Rates.
M. A. KELTON.
lu cents extra per volume, postage.
Massachusetts has John Winthrop cent. It is, perchance, cool, and
DO YOU WANT
/FMp*Publishers of periodica'» are solicited
Posters,
Pamphlet«,
- Book work will receive prompt and carefu
Lakevie#, Or.
Circulars,
and Samuel Adams; Maine, Wil­ he puts on a coat taxed 57 per cent.
to send clubbing raus, a copv of their work for
Envelopes,
Bill Heads, Letter Heads, — attention on receipt of order.
our Free Rcnoing R oohi —W e file, and bind the
He cannot go out without shoes Practices in the courts of the state, and before
liam
King;
Virginia,
Washington
latter at close of every half volume, and pay for
Note Heads,. Cards, Tickets, —Magazines and other periodicals bound ia
Statements,
Bautiful Glass War and Jefferson; Connecticut, Rodger taxed 35 per cent, and the hat he the U. 8. Land Office.
1-1 v
copies by advertisement.
Invitations, Dodgers, Etc? —any -style ordered.
Memoranda,
IF YOU DO THEN GO
puts on is taxed 65 per cent. He
ADVERTISING RATES:
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Sherman and Trumbull; Vermont,
Roberts' Job Office in Burns, Grant county,Oregon. Orders by mail solicited and given im­
draws
water
in
a
bucket
taxed
35
Livery I Feed Stable mediate attention. Office in H krald Building until a Job Office Is built.
Ethan Allen and Collamer. Then
K1O 3 mo 6 ino ; yr-
SPACE
wk 2 wk
P. H. MURPHY.
there is a statue of Baker, a bust of per cent, and washes his hands and
00 111 00 15.00
00
1 inch 11.50 $2..r4)
>
3 00 4 00 6.50 12 00 18 00 28.00
2
face in a tin bowl taxed 35 per cent, LAKEVIEW - - - - OREGON.
:i
a 50 5.UÛ S 00 15.00 24 00 40.00 Tobacco and Cigars—Pipe», and Meerschaum Koecuicszko, Theo. CrawYord the I
Pipes a specialty, warranted. Oys:ers, Sar­
4 50 6 00 10 00 20.00 82.00 50.00
& GRAIN
4
dines, crackers, all fresh. Soups, best
sculptor, mosaic portraits of Lin­ drying them upon a cheap cotton Always on HAY
6 00 9 00 15.00 28 00 48.00 54 eo
W col.
hand, and prompt attention given
brands. Yeast Powders—every body
12 00 1« 00 28.00 18.00 hü .no 1.0 oo
towel
taxed
45
per
cent
But
still
all orders for teamR and vehicles.
1-y
cun draw a prize worth from 25c
coln and Garfield, and a bust of
20.00 30.00 ¡0 00 O) iK) 110.00 140 00
to $1. Full line of School
more happiness is in store, lie sits
Book», and Stationery
Lincoln
and
Pulaski;
a
painting
of
of ail descriptions.
Liberal reduction to all yearly adver­
*
Orders from
Joshua R. Geddings and John down to breakfast and eats from a W a tchmaker & Jeweler
tisers. Call at Office, or write to Publisher.
The Country promtly aud correctly filled. 1-ly
££p~Cuts charged extra, according to space;
Adams; Ohio has contributed an plate taxed 50 per cent, with a knife
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
not.c but ruetal bate admitted.
CHAS. E. BOSWELL
VALE, OREGON
Oregon.
excellent statue of Garfield and old and fork taxed 35 per cent. The Good Work— Lakeview,
Reasonable Prices.
i-y
flp-A« we stereotype all our advertisements
sugar he puts in his coffee is taxed
HARNEY' ADVERTISEMENTS.
all changes after 1st Lur publications, $1 each.
Bill Allen.
J. C. PARKER, BURNS, AGENT.
«p-Advertising in local columns, lCc a line,
Chairman Barnum of the demo­ 82 per cent, and he seasons his food
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
with
salt
taxed
at
40
per
cent.
He
«jp-Marriage, birth, and death nnnounce-
cratic national committee httB been
V. J. MILLEIl.
menls free. Such items solicited us news.
in the city for a couple of days past, lookí fondly at his happy wife and W. A. WI8HIRE,
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesday* andTridays at 4:30, a. in.
J. NAT. HUDSON,
ATTO R N E Y-AT-LA W.
£9-Liberal rates offered to religious, social,
Lakeview, Or.
Burns, Or.
and returned to New York last children, who share with him his
id educational bodies.
Harney City, Oregon.
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6 p. m.
Will practice in all the state Courts.
1-tf
night. He says this fight can only protection, and then goes out and
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
Leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 4:30 a. m.
go one way, and that is the way of | fills his pipe with tobacco taxed 182
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6 p. m.
NOTICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
Attorneys-at-Law
tariff reform and the democratic per cent, or lights a protected cigar
While retpeclfully wllcltliie your potrunage
rb we desire lo keep «>ur readersp» s-e«l hb to the
PRACTICAL SURVEYOR.
LAKEVIEW AND BURNS. OR.
¡taxed 118 per cent, and proceeds
'Close connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
1-ly
ticket.
best g<MMia aud reliable firm» to utai v> i it, cor-
FreBpundeuee will be saved by referring to the
to
his
highly
protected
labor.
The
This
irm
practices
in
the
courts
of
the
State,
The fate of Sowden at the hands
following statement» based upou our circuai- ,
A.
J.
BROWN.
anti
before
the
U.
S.
Land
Office.
Any
land
iAivu in this and adjoining couu'.its:
I Anv and all kinds of surveying done on short of his constituents should be a gen­ day’s work being done he reads a Office or other business entrusted to them will
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. 4—5—ly
receive prompt attention.
^Immoral medicinal rcb . at no price.
tle hint to those who are halting be­ j chapter from the family Bible tax­ UPLAND CASKS SOLICITED.
^Advertiesmen’B at less than 19 oruls per
u.-t price, yearly, or 20 vent», transient,
ed 25 per cent, and kneels to pray
I tween two opinions.
nut received.
ATTORNEY,
BURNS GROCERY STORE.
Mr. West, the British minister, is i on a carpet taxed 51 per cent. At
wgfc c,ppoi»i pcsBion |2 extra charge per in-
seruou. Instead of p< »lti..u a standing reader
not surprised at the rejection of the last lie lies down and wraps his GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B urns , O r . J. E. McKINNON
P roprietor .
calling attention to ad. each week i6 run in with
Criminal law a specialty.
local news matter free.
fisheries treaty; but he believes Í weary limbs in a sheet taxed 42
—KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND—
P roprietor . that the difficulty will be settled in j per cent, and sinks into the arms
T he H rrald is kept regularly on file for re­ JASPER DAVIS -
ference, ia the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad­
-DEALER
IN
—
A
Full
Assortment
of Groceries of all Kinds I
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruc e st.. New orz.
T V. B EMBREE,M. D.
some way before any severe ineas- of Morpheus under a blanket that
is
taxed
104
per
cent.
—
Ex.
GUARRANTEED
TO
BE
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
office
at
his
residence
on
the
east
side
of
Sil
­
Groceries and Merchandise ures shall be carried out on either
vios River, ten miles below Burns.
CANNED GOODS,
official directory .
side.
1
The Knights of Labor and Harrison.
TEA,
COFFEE,
SUGAR,
The President’s message has al­
TOBACCO A OrBOIAUSV.
The following resolutions were
national :
ready borne good fruits, if the news
EGGS, AND A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BUTTER TAKEN IN
adopted by I). A. 10G, K. of L., of
.Grover Cleveland 1 gLÄCKSMrfp of concessions from Canada is re­
President
PHYSICIAN A- SURGEON.
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Van< ancy
Vice-Prc-sldeu’.
Indianapolis,
at
its
regular
meeting
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
1-ly
Tlics. F. Bavard
Secretary of otate
liable. It is said that at the meet­
farcooDs sold for cash , and at PRicEs^tfr
. (. has. 8. Fairchild ¡
Secretary of Treasury-
lately:
W.T. \iius
Set rotary of Interior
gWTO DEFY COMPETITION
ing of the Dominion cabinet to-day W uereas , We are enjoined by our Order
VAN. 8. CURTIS, Pr.or’n.
. .Win. C. Endicott
Secretary of War
J. G. Welch, M. D.
W. (’. Whituey
Secretary of Navy
orders
will
be
issued
giving
Ameri
­
to support, at the polls, our friends, and i
Give
me
a
call
and convince yourselves.
. Don M. Dickinson
Pv»tmaster General
Office at residence South of T he H erald Build-
A. H. Garland .
punish our enemies, and
Attorney General
can
vessels
the
right
to
enter
Can
­
in
f
:
____________________________________
jy
_
*1. E. McKINNON
All kinds of Blacksmithing
Whereas, Benjamin Harrison in the fol-;
STATE—OREGON :
adian ports for the purchase of bait, lowing
I J. N. Dolph, (R)
manner has antagonized the Order j
and wagon work.
(T. S. Senators
j J. H. Mitchel),(R)
Practical
Surveyor
I
and making Canadian vessels tolls of K. of L., to-wit: lie voted against the
Binger Hermann, (R)
Congressman
T. A. McKINNON,
Governor
| free to American vessels. At pres­ bills to exclude the Chinese while our Gen-1
SyGeTewPMDcB°ride fR) IW-Horacshoeing Rd.OO a span.
oral Assembly at Riehjuond declared une-1
Secretary of State
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shor
’ G.
w. Webb,
Wvbb,’ (D)
(D)
G. ’ W.
ent that is about all that is asked. quivocally against Chinese immigration, ! notice
Treasurer
and reasonable term».
Hettier
J. B. McElroy. , (R/
(Rj
Supt. Public Instruction
wishing to be located, can have plats furnishe
-------- *
.Lu
,.
Frank
Haket
State Printer
If
anything
illustrates
the
and
demanded
the
abrogation
of
the
exist
­
free of charge.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. 8. Strahan. (D) I
Wm. P. U»rd, (R) :
Supreme Judges
promptness of action and fitness of ing treaty;
W. W. Thayer, (D) :
lie voted against the bill to pay employees
; the message, this certainly does.
Meat Market.
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
for overtime on public work.
AZRO J. CORY,
The President had a very ehjoy- He voted against the bill sanctioned by
D’strict Judge
J. A. F ee , (R)
ON A CASH BASIS.
District Attoruey
J. L. R and , (R)
. able season of fishing in Boutetort this Order to place the letter carriers under
the
provisions
of
the
eight-hour
law.
E. Todd, Proprietors,
county — grant :
I county, Va., and caught the largest
ALL-AT-1IOME PRINT.
C. A. SWEEK,
FINE SILVER WARE.
THE BURNS JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
Y<
SS
0».
VAIE AND BURNS STAGE LINE
CASH STORE.
E
•Ft M4l
¡cala boa
O TBEl
ut (Ira
HARDWARE, TINWARE. WAGON MATERIAL,
D tt
w hag
>f im-
trad*
r«
nansa
eoa*
aga.
Ö-»
G. W. G iliiam ,(R)
N. R. M axey , (R)
J. T. M a el . (0)
N. H. B oley , (R)
Representative
County Judge
Clerk
Treasurer
I
CommJeaionerB
Surveyor
Sheriff
AEBCBBOr
School Huperiufendent
Stock Inspector
J. II. MellALEY. (R)
H. H. D avis , (D)
J. If. N ba L, (R)
W. H. G ra Y(R; •
C. H. T imms , (R)
F. H ayks , (R)
J.U. LUt’B, (R)
LAKEVIEW U. B. LAND OFFICE;
a . F. S melling ,
Register, ...
Receiver,
(D) ;
W. N. To ANMEND, (D) !
burns — vale :
Arrives Tues-lav» aud Friday» at 6 p m.
Leaves Monda} a and Thursday» at 4:50 a m.
BURNS—CANYON CITY:
Arrives Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays. 4 pm.
Leaves Tuesdajg, Thursdays and baturdats.
BURNS—PRICEVILLE:
JL
Arrives Thursdays at 6m m.
. Leaves Thursda; s at 6 a m.
burns —L akeview :
ling 1»
*4.<«j
RALP
Arrives Wednesdays at 9 pm.
Leaves Thursdays at t> a in.
J. C. PARKER, Postmaster.
SOCIETIES.
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O. O. F.
UN
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturila? at
7X» p m.
J. E. MCKINNUN, N. G.
B en B rown . Sect’y.
educational .
YEM
A METHODIST CHURCH
.Organization exist« in Bum», and a eoifl-
modiouN house Li in course of erection.
THE BURNS SCHOOL
la a large, white bnikling. conveniently ar­
ranged for the arcoutm.ida ion of both sexe®
la oat of town ' Uia Mrs. fan field. teat her.
A NEWSPAPER
CarefuTlx edited an<1 condurted in thè interrar»
of all ia eatabiiahed In Burnii, and citealatea in
rt vi Harury \ aitcy—T he L auto «-
READING ROOM
A desk 'm« been fitted up In T hi H erald
offioa. wk 1 an the leadlas periodicals msn
titssa,
and Oregon ivu«paper», are
p’sred
he 4 «p*«nl of all lovers ofroo*l Jter-
mam. a cordis, ÿnritalien extcr.de«
A ttorney - at -L aw and S olicitor
' string of fish of all the party. Col.
of A merican and F oreign
i Dan Lamont was somewhat indis­
P atents .
posed. The party returned last
evening, the President having an
armful of rushes and wild flowers
MECHANICAL EXPERT.
for his wife.
Senator Voorhees, speaking of
Office, 61* F st., ». W.
Mr. McDonald’s speech to the effect
Opinions given as to value and validity of
Patents. Attention paid to Infringement that protection per se is unconsti­
and Interferences. Patents for Designs,
Tradc-M.t tks , and Labels obtained. Copy­ tutional and that it introduced
rights registered.
’ class legislation of the worst kind
j says that he struck the most po­
tent- argument, and on that should
Patents
be fully presented by the demo­
Patent». Caveats and Trade-Mark» procured. cratic party against the inequitable
Rejected Application» Revived and Prosecuted.
one industry as
All buBinefB before the I'. S. Patent office at- | protection of
tended to promptly for moderate fee», and no
charge made unlt ps Patent is secured. Send for , against another and as against the
,‘INVKNTOK’S OI TDE.”
masses.
G. ;
FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 1, 1888.
In 1877, while attorney for a railway in­
prepared to furnish ail kind« of fre«h |
terested in the failure of the strike of that meutr. KHUK.Kc, etc. Leave your order.
year, he assumed to act as arbitrator, thus
going to the laboring man with fair prom­
ises. at the same time being in the employ
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .;
of a leading antagonist.
While acting as a railroad attorney he
BURNS, OREGON.
accepted the position of U. 8. senator and
aided the passage of laws in the interest of
W-A-T-C-H-M-A-K-E-R
his employer. Therefore be it
-AND-
Resolved. That we re-affirm the feeling of
distrust expressed by the labor organiza­
tion of the state during the senatorial con­ CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
test two years ago, and pledge ourselves to
use every honorable means to secure the de­
feat of said Benjamin Harrison at the {»oils
in November next.
Saddle and Harness Shop.
BURNS, OREGON.
GEO. McGOWAN.
•BtaroB
Jeweler.
Red Front Livery A Feed
Stable
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
H^A gknt
fob
I-Iy
F ibbmaw ' h F umb I mbubanc * C ompamt .
Commenting on the above reso­
lution», the Indianapolis Labor W. C. BYRD
PsomitTos
Signal remarks: “Slowly, but sure­
ly, the coils are tightening about A CASH BUSINESS AT BED­
ROCK PRICES.
the trust and railway candidate for (
President. Before Mr. Harrison’s' Is <mr mottq. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice I
Saddle Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charge» ,
name was presented to the Chica- and Particular Attention paid to the Boarding 1
and Groomingof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain j
Must Have the Power.
1 go convention the consequences on hand.
STATE INSURANCE CO.
SAYER 4 DORE
Judge Beckwith, of Chicago, at­ that have followed were foretold,
FRENCH
i torney for the Alton road, is a rock- but without avail.”
W. E. GRACE
A gent . rooted republican, and generally ac­
There is great railroad activity Mrs. Louin Racine, - - ProprietreM.
counted a wise man. He was talk­
in Southern and Southeastern Or- A limited numbarof g-uest* can secure the ,
Bi rns , O regon .
ing politics the other day and said:
comfortable lcMlging room« In the town |
Keep«
egon at present. The Union Pa­ most
at thi« home. Table« «u|>i»1 ied with all kind«
“There will only be one party in
The satigfactory manner in which the State
of eataMea the market affords.
1-ly I
cific
and
Oregon
Short
Line
have
Irniraore Company, of Salem. Oregon, has con­
ducted its business, and paid its losses, is proven this country after November, and it
several surveying parties working
by the fart that for the past four years IT HAS
We
RECEIVED MORE PREMIUM«. INSURED 1 will be this Cleveland party.
south of Lakeview. Last Wednes­ Contractor & Builder.
MORE HOMES, snd different properties. ISSU­
ED MORE POLICIES, and PAID MORE lAMHES could have stood off the democrat-
A. C. WORTHINGTON.
day a large party of Union Pacific
in Oregon and Washington Territory than any
i ic cry for tariff reform by yelling
I
other company.
Burns, Oregon,
engineers and surveyors passed
■free trade’ at them, but when the
through Redding to the mouth of =Estmates Made
President of the United States de­
Pitt river, up which stream they zz=And Plans Furnished.
INVENTION.^
u
^^
’
.
TX',
¿Yr mands power to attack a foreign
century Not least amors the won ders of in Ten­
are now at work, pushing north. Those baring work In my line will find it to j
th e prcffreaa in a met hod and n> stem of work that nation, he has to have it!—and
their advantage tojrive me a call
Will contract
can be performed all over the country without
—East Oregonian.
separating the workers from their homes, pay
to furnish all buildings complete, including
No mat­
Ht-eral; any one can do the work: either aex, that is all there is of it.
Psiniing, and Papering. Terms As reasonable
y.mtir, or old; no special ability required; capl
any responsible contractor.
A n English exploring party left as Office
lsi Door South of H krald Building, tf
tai required; you are s arted free: cut this out, ter what a man’s politics are, be has
wurn tone, and we will send yon free, some
thing of great raise and aaesstance to you that got to sustain the President in such Ixindon Sept. 6th, bound for a point
will »Urt yon in buain.n whk b will bring you
on the east coast of Africa. The
BLACKSMITH.
In more money rirhi a* av than anything else In an emergency, and if he does not
the world grand out flt free. AddreM Tat a A
intention is to explore a section of
he
is
called
a
traitor,
and
there
is
Augusta. Maine
B urns ,
P. 8. EARLY
the coast lately granted an Eng­
; no help for it.
“I remember a case in 1812 when lish corporation, and to search for —GENERAL REPAIRING—
a prominent man in New York was Stanley.
literally driven out of the state for
opposing that struggle, and after­ I» Russia the tariff taxe* on im­
ward when the Mexican matter port* range from 150 to 2JO per PnHBDtly executed The building baa been an
larged and Improved and 1» prepared tn tnm >
came up aome one asked him if he cent. Wage* are from 25 to 50 out
all klnda of bla/ kamlthfag on abort n<rtiea .
N. B A Good road all the way.
aad la tb« brat atyk. Terms Caate.
Uy |
cent*
a
day
—
Ex.
was against that war.
«
(
PaorairTORs.
HOTEL.
*■4 at
F-
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