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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 September 1914

I. I I I 14 SEPTEMBER 1914 Mrnwix l 282930 2 9 6QS 13141516171819 101112 12225242526 TheTimes-flerald Th Large! Circulation Of Any Newepaprr In Harney County. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER B. 1914 LocrI News. Something new at Tonawama. Sunday dinner at the City Res- lurant. Joe Barnes is shaking hands nth his old time friends. I. M. Davis was among our Jrewsey visitors during the reek. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JRNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES fOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS -ITED. The receipts from the picture now at xonawama lonignt, over . rtunl iviuiw. nf nrnriiifrinn I trill be given to the fire sufferers. he usual three-reel program at sual prices. We wish space in your paper extend thanks to the Presby- erian Ladies Aid for their gen- dus contributions toward our elief after the fire. Andrew rin and wife. County Supt. Hamilton is in lie city on official business and lforms The Times-Herald the inual tearhers' institute will Be eld in Burns on Sept. 16-17-1& fe...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 September 1914

. GERMAN RED TAPE A Most Irritating Brand Is Used In the Postoffices. SENDING A PARCEL BY MAIL Inpsrlsnce of an Engllih Tourist Who, With Joyous Confidsncs, Undertook to Perferm What Woo 8uppoood lo Porfoolly Simple Oporation. In all ImiiK'eiu'P and lightness uf heart 1 Bet out one morning to mini a mail parcel to England from tag town In Germany where 1 win staying. At tho poatofflce I vai confronted three booking offlco wludowa, eHoh baring a weird nnd formldiiMe Inscrlp tlon over It. These Inaerliitlons Ml not to be comprehended nt a (Ikiicci; so, not wishing to gnr.i "l "t litem tern long, I aelected tho lenit crowded win Jow and handed over my panel, II waa promptly returned to me with a curt "Go to the next window!" 11 was Juat that window 1 specially wleli ed to avoid, being tho must CTOwdatf, but I waited my turn nml then made another attempt. Tho official looked at me aternly. "HaTa you the circulars?" he asked. "No." I replied faintly. He handed me three circulars, fur whi...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 September 1914

r 1 st CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I VOL. XXVII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914 NO. 44 fHHH (liS Hi "I if HW l X J COUNTY OF HARNLY 1 L KtI J?J r, 1 Cm III 1 cnr! state , f" WP (W f ly Vl'-1- 1 Of Oregon, Be.t In Th. West- OUT CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY mising Mining District to The North of Burns to Receive Attention of Capital at Once. New Corporation Takes up Development and Will Install Necessary Machinery Soon J. Darst and A. J. Kane are porphyro and the ledge on which from the Trout Creek min-1 the company expects to do its district this week interesting first development work is from people of this vicinity in the1 3 to 7 feet wide in the main iron, company that has just been sulphide values in goto, silver rporated to develop some of and lead that assay from fo to excellent prospects in that $75. iaing section. Two shafts have been sunk on r. Uarst lnlorms xne limes- uiis leago. one w ami me omer Id that ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 September 1914

$ $ $ You like 'em don't you? When you spend them you like to get the best possible values for your money That's why you want to see the Remarkable Values we now offer befor you buy a NEW SUIT SNAPP NEW LINEi NOW ON DISPLAY Come and see them You'll be mighty glad you came Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Lending Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon f he fcimcs-iicrafd JULIAN BYRD Manager SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. MM SUBSCRIPTION RATES On. Y..r Sis Month. Thr.. Moolh. Mrs. Gault will bojran her classes in voice next week. L. B. Sprinjrer. the old pioneer who lived here for many years, is in the city, havinar just return ed from a visit to his son, Alva, and family at Narrows. "Dad" has been making his home at 2.oo Ontario for several years' and is 1.00 .78 SPEAKS TONIGHT Dr. ('. .1. Smith, the popular candidate for Governor of Ore- jron, arrived 111 this city yenter day afternoon. He expected to be here Thursday but broke an axlo of his car out 10 mil...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 September 1914

' 14 SEPTEMBER 1914 MIT I WIT 1 8 2 9 101112 1516171819 212223242526 282930 s TheTimes-JIerald The Largaat Circulation Of Any Newspaper In Harney County. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER II. 114 Locl News. Wedo job prtatfof. Something new at Tonawamn Sunday dinner at the City Res lurant. Geo. Craddock was doing busi- teas in this city Wednesday. Chas. Oomesry; and family are low in their city residence for lie winter. G. W. Clevenger is having a snerete walk put down in front If his place of business. J. N. Jensen, the Riverside ser and stockman, was a business visitor to our city dur- 1K the week. Mrs. Walter Cross and her inddaughters are domiciled in lie B. P. Bennett residence for lie school year. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF URNS CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES TOUR $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS flTED. C. A. Bedell went to Portland fhursday morning on business. le took F. J. Mayer, the insur- nce man out in his car as far as end. s . WAR wiin ail lis norrors envelopes Europe but SAFE...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 September 1914

wM w THREE NOTCH ROADS. Tnlr Curious Till Comet From ths Nam of Qorg III. Id MUaourl and iomo other central western state there nre road that nn railed "thru notch muds." They are public tilgbwsys na dtitlngulshed from th roods that lead to n Bavriulll. a cboolhotiae, n church or nil Isolated farmhouse. A three notch rond "goes iomewhere." PfWttdlug along aurh a road, the traveler Is hound, In time, to reach town. There Ilea behind the curious title an Interesting story. It appear ti King tleorge III. decreed Hull all Kng ll.ih public roads, as king's highways, should be marked with tils name. In ike colonics It was often Impossible to mark the roads with the. care and thoroughness that were used In Kug laud, and In the wilderness It wns enough to cut three notches on the largest trees aloug the roads. After the Revolution, of course, the name of King Ueorge was omitted, but the three notches proved useful as a means of marking public roads. Virginia colonists. It la anld, carried t...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 September 1914

. M.' r I 1! CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In The Biggest The Biggest County In The State to County In The State Of Oregon j Of Oregon, Best In The West I VOL. XXVII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 19, 1914 NO. 45 ' . ' gitrteltcfatit mt ODERN STONE BUSI NESS BLOCK TO RISE infract Let For Erection of One Story Building 50x100 on Corner in the Burned District by Judge Levens. Under Cover by December 1. All Space Spoken for in New Building Burns is to have another mod ern block in the business district at once. Judge Levens has let a contract for the erection of a atone building 50x100 one story, lon the corner formerly occuuied iby the pool hall and other busi ness concerns which was swept way Dy the recent tire, i nis building is to be under cover by December 1st and entirely com pleted by January 1. The structure will conform in wvery respect to the recent build ing restrictions made by the city Judtfe Levens is to be commend ed for his indomitable spirit ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 September 1914

M r $ $ $ You like 'em don't you? When you spend them you like to get the best possible values for your money That's why you want to see the Remarkable Values we now offer befor you buy a NEW SUIT SNAPP NEW LINE NOW ON DISPLAY Come and see them You'll be mighty glad you came Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon 8ke Itmes-jgfcttaCd JULIAN BYRD Supt. Austen of Grant county. The Times-Herald secured the i names of those registered in at tendance. 51 in number, but lack r cf space prevents publishing the list. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER I. 114 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Om Year 2.0. SU Mentha ' 100 TVm Moetne .... Object to Assessment Protests have been filed for the consideration of the Board of Equalization against the 1914 as sessment on cattle, sheep and land. The Drotestants state the assessment of cattle at $20 per head is too low and that is should be raised to at least $35: sheep from $2.50 to $3. The protest against t...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 September 1914

I I m V J'1-- '.:' fiftiS Vi-i'vi'.Wfe. :V.. . ' '! LfiaS-w '-. ;. SEPTEMBER 1914 MIT w t r s 1011112 I 8 1516171819 2122 23 24 25 26 2829 30 Statement Of The ComJition OJ Th First National Bank of Burns At the close of business Sept. 12th, 1914. "heTimes-Perald Th Large. t Circulation Of Any Newspaper In Harney County. IATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 114 N Local News. Miawamu tonight imethinvr new at Tonawamn. em Lowe was down from the mill Thursday. c foster and his son frank in from Silver Creek a few re this week. jn't forget the opening at jgan s Millinery today. One north Haines' store. ft. L. lv Hiobard and wite I back from their trip to the lamette and Western Oregon I ats. IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF US. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS! 1.000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES I $ $ $ f SAFE" ACCOUNTS rED. I rios. Hutton and his mother in from their Wagontire He during tne week looking r business matters and visit- 1 friends. irgains in second hand organs pianos which we secure in aange. Write or see k. 1. k...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 September 1914

'v m BUSINESS FINE IN DRY TOWNS r,p !?" '4 Arrests Fewer, Bank De posits Greater SALOONS ARE OCCUPIED IIEEOIIANT8 ALL BNTHUSIASTIO BU1UDINO PHMnTS TAB QREATBE; BTOBY OF DBT TOWNS TOLD. BY OBTON F.. t.OOliWlN. Publicity DDartniiit. QBasillUHl "' Ous llunilrnl. There is onlv MM I'uir WJ t0 find out what Oregou dry will do for Oregon. That is by invest i- gating what i-regon tlr "H" """v for those parts of Oregon uow dry. , , So far at eau he learned- in Salem, Oregon City, Roseburg, Albany, l Fngone and other Ore gon dry towns, business has DMB better in all lines, save that of the saloon, in every dry town. Why, even in I'enillelou. which voted wet after beiiiK lry. but which will probably vole dry. many merchants are now in favor of a dry town and declare coUectlons were belter, business better and bud debts fewer when the town whs dry. Building Now Better. In Salem, building has been greater since the town went dry. There are but few vucanl houses, and those vacant are described us...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 September 1914

I mm- COUNTY OF HARNEY ! I Tl The Biggest County In The Stat The Bigget City In The Biggest Of Oregon, Best In The West I County In The State Of Oregon BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 26, 1914 NO. 46 VOL XXVII w fii' -n 4 V CITY OF BURNS Mtmm IEW PACKING PLANT READY FOR odern Equipment Makes it Possible to Greatly Increase Output of Harney County Products. An Industry of Particular Importance to Farmers And Stockraisers of This Section The oackine plant recently sited by the stockholders of Be Burns Flour Milling Co.. has en completed and this week Borina nntivp nnprntions. A 1'0- esentative of The Times-Herald ,ia o .,;; t. tho nlnnt Thnrs- sy afternoon in company with ' E. Huston, secretary and ac- ountant of the concern, and .; or.,a voinuh'o informu. Son respecting this big undertak- ttg and what it means to the reducers of Harney county. While the plant was not in ac- iial operation at the time the lit was made the machinery u vas running and one could gam d idea of its...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 September 1914

II $ $ $ You like 'em don't you? When you spend them you like to get the best possible values for your money That's why you want to see the Remarkable Values we now offer befor you buy a NEW SUIT SN APP NEW LINU NOW ON DISPLAY Come and see them You'll be mighty glad you came Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns Oregon Wit ftmr&rraf d JULIAN BYRD Manager SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oa. Year 3b. Month. TWa.Ma.tW .... lege. It gives complete statis tical figures and has many illus tration that bring out the points desired in a most explicit man ner. The writer has not yet had the time to go into the publication particularly, but would recom mend that local dry farmers ap- this college for copies. 12.00 loo j ply to as the are sent free upon appli cation to all as long as they last They will be found of service to those engaged in farming and the demonstrations will prove of We call attention t t...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 September 1914

:ptemberi9h T WT 2 9 101 30 516171819 12223242526 .Times-Jlerald Large. I Circulation Of Any paper In Harney County. JAY. SET 11 MM M. ISM ILocrI News rama tonight billing new at Tonawania. , Furrington and daughter. lira, were down from the Sunday, returning Mon- iRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAPITAL AND SURPLUS "THE BANK THAT MAKES 1$ $ $ 9 SAFE." ACCOUNTS i Hutton and wife were in the first of this week He nome at wagonure. ras driving a handsome lillac car. tins in second hand organs inos which we secure in Ige. write or see Ei. i. fcrd, piano dealer, Summit Burns, Oregon. Berg is in the city assist- lettins: the soda works in operate. Mr. Jenkins the plant to Mr. droit 111 conduct the business. ! about a good second hand it a low price and easy If in the market write . T. Shepherd, Summit Burns, for particulars. Hill came in the this week from a busi- ip to Union county and down to the Uenio sec- ilook after his land inter- mmmmmm B F S Statement Of The Condition 4 5 o tii. 112 First N...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 September 1914

. aBS r LIGHT AND FLOWERS. Why ONE BED FOR THE COURT. Garden It More Fragrant by Night Than by Day. The light we receive from slurs of the drat inaptitude, llko Vega, la equnl approximately to a forty iliousnml mil llonth part of th.it of tlio MB. It la osl cnlated that the totnl light rci'i-iuM from tbe leaser stars, la equal to Unit of 8,000 atara of the first innKiiltmlo, or n lltb part of that which la Rent to M from the moon. Light exercises it iiiecliniirritl iirear.ure which can be menaured In the Inborn tory. It bat been shown by Hptrl merits with artificial light thnt In Ml production enorinoiia qmtntltli's of M ergy are diaalpated. In an orcllnnry ni rinulir (lie total energy which la transformed Into Unlit to really but '.' per cent. Una nud licro aeno lamps are not more econOBrical On tbe other hand, the glow worm transforms Into light, by menus yd mi known, 00 per cent of the totnl enemy expended. It la known thnt light luflueuces very largely the aromn of towers. A gar...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 3 October 1914

w mmtMtfalk I 1 CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In The Kitcgeat The Biggest County In The State ILv- Citmilv In Tlio StAtr Of Orronn I! Of Oregon, Best In The West l VOL. XXVII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 3, 1914 NO. 47 1AILROAD BUILDING WEST FROM RIVERSIDE igh Officials of Harriman System Vis it Riverside and Give Orders for Construction of 40 Miles of Road West From That Point, According To Resident Who Visited Burns then last week, bo there doubt of it being true. littl Clay Luce, a resident of River- We, who has been hew during ie nast week on business is mi nority for the statement that a intract has been let and work ' rill positively begin this month pon a continuation of the Ore- on & Eastern railroad west lor Last week a dOg hclonging to distance of 40 miles. Mr. (limits little boya showed ii.uh isnositiveof signs of being mad and since it Health Board Not Posi tive as to Mad Dogsj Mr. khis; that a private car contain ing Officials 01 me rauroa...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 3 October 1914

7 $ $ $ You like 'em don't you? When you spend them you like to get the best possible values for your money That's why you want to see the Remarkable Values we now offer befor you buy a NEW SUIT SNAPP NEW LINE NOW ON DISPLAY Come and see them You'll be mighty glad you came Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon foh U S. SENATOR pr jEpj c Wm ime-$waCd JULIAN IIYRD Manager SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION RATES o. Yaw -' "" Sim Momh. I 00 Tkraa Month. 75 Circuit Court. Judge Dalton Bigga convened an adjourned term of the circuit court Monday morning and the grand jury drawn at the adjourn ment of the spring term were called together. This jury haa been in session all week, bring ing in some indictments. Oregon l: '.Western Colonization Co. Injunction. Testimony not v.-t tiled. Geo A. and IVestley Smyth vs iean norion injunction. les timony not complete. P. L L Co. vs. .1. L Van Grath et al Injunction. Fur ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 3 October 1914

14 OCTOBER 1914 M W T F 1 8 2 9 s 3 10 121314151617 192021222324 22728293031 "heTimes-Jlerald The Largr.t Circulation Of Any New.paprr In Harney County. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3. IBM LocrI News. Toimwanu tonight ISomethinvr now at Tonuwama. EY COUNTY NATIONAL HANK UNITED STATES DfcPOSJTARY INVITES YOUR BUSINESS A good taxidermist can have a dI for a few days by Japplying1 at iia office. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ksnwick fere in from Folly Farm during be week attending to some bust- ess matters. (THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MJRNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES fOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS 1VITED. Mrs. W. T. Hill and family have disposed of their property this city and will make their MM with Ora and George Hill lear Oenio. There will be work in the M. . Degree at the Masonic lodge jm on Monday evening, Oct. B. siting members cordially invit-' Refreshments. Chris Berg is in the city assist-, Ing in getting the soda works in Joe Harm 8haje to operate. Mr. Jenkins limne in the St...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 3 October 1914

An WELCOME GEESE. Unexpected and Badly Needed Feaet In thi Arctic Noah In Ida ark could not Imve been wore delighted over (lie return of (ho dove (linn were tin- memlx Itl Of Klnnr llllckelsen's party. In llio desert or Greenland loo, with tlio nlnlit of n lock of wild NM In "lost In tli" ArrUc" Captain Mll.kelscn tolls ol Ifcelr need of food, of tlio fatlgua Of n long aledge Journey mill of hl-c own III nees. Ue lind Income an weak that lie waa obliged to riilo on the sledge. CoH aequently tlielr progress whs very iKiw Wa drive on bttwtau n lot of lltlla lain nils or banks of glacial lea Bud enlr lTorson nntke 11 snatch nt Ihe sledge, causing the dogs to hull In tin toiilshiiicnt. nnd whispers et.geilv. "Look, look! Whnt'sthutr lie points to aomethliiK tlmt looks like n lot Of round atones, nnd I NO smroely lie Mere uit e.vos It Is h big Mock of feese, sitting there sound uslcep. They have not tienrd lis In n few seconds Irerson Is on Ids way toward them I of courae remiiln where I...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 10 October 1914

s? mmtg COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West L The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The StAte Of Oregon I BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 10, 1914 VOL. XXVII NO. 48 She Mtfmk CITY OF BURNS NOTHER RAILROAD SEEKING THIS VALLEY Promoters of the Butte, Boise & San Francisco to Investigate Route to South by Way of Malheur Pass on Through Lower Part of the Harney Valley to Goose Lake Country Promoters of the Butte. Boise San Francisco Railroad have mtten to private parties in this tea suggesting that the line light be changed to come by the pay of this Valley and on out hy the way of Lakeview. This line ras proposed to come from Butte, through Boise, Caldwell, Jordan Valley and on out to the south to a connection with San Fran- cisco. but those in charge of the ireliminary work have been in Knmunication with people to the west of the line already sur veyed with the result that the matter of coming this way is re ceiving serious consid...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 10 October 1914

f $ $ $ You like 'em don't you? When you spend them you like to get the best possible values for your money That's why you want to see the Remarkable Values we now offer befor you buy a NEW SUIT SNAPP NEW LINE NOW ON DISPLAY Come and see them You'll be mighty glad you came Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon Li-lU. to llit; Editor. "NY tin .i-.'. m'.i'mv Ibe 3. .rars-It rrafd JULIAN HYRD Mnnagrr SATURDAY. Ol'TOBKR 10. I9U SUBSCRIPTION RATFS In, Y.r Sis Month. Thrr Months Improvement Continue. (.'. A. Bedell, who was one f the unfortunates in the recent lire, is Retting his saloon in tvadi noss to reojien ami is KiinK to have one of the very attractive places of the entire town. He As the Committes of One Hun dred fjfew up t ho Oregon dry ainendinent. may wu venture to ask space to ai.swer two queries that have lieen nskinl hrondcaat rsgtrdinff this mcsjurs. These STS! If passed, when would the Oregon ilry a...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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