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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 19 May 1909

CityaiSitems Seed potatoes for sale at W. J Funk & Cos. Mrs. G. W. Humphrey turned Friday from La Grande Carpets, China auu jv tttW3Hey Graves has a new concrete walk and steps in front of his honw. MHa IWssle Taylor of Joseph Is a guest at the home of Win. Mft,n- Klein Floar at W. J. Fu-k fc Lo Patent $1.50 a sack, straight grade. XI 40 a sack. The Ladles Aid of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. .Graves, Friday afternoon, May i- Just received 0,000 new VoA Cards the largest awortraont la town. Jack son & Weaver. Mrs. Sarah Maxwell and daughter Esther left Saturday to visit at La Grande and Lewiston.Ida. Miss Maggie Roup of Joseph Is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mn.. A C. Miller. J D Woodell la attending I. O. U. F grand lodge at Albany this wes as delegate from the local lodge. Pork sausage only 10 csnts pound at Cray & WllleU's City Mar ket Mrs. W. I. Calvin and daughio: Vivian returned Friday from a vUi with Mrs. Calvin's parents at Hooi, R'srii....

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 22 May 1909

"OrMon Historical oe TwiceaWeek Saturday Edition NEWSRi AIL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R CORD ALL THE NEWS WHILE 11 IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 7. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWAV COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER THE Classified notices in this column 1 cent a word each insertion in either News Record or Chieftain; 1 cents a word for same notice in both pa pers; special rates by the month or year. FOR 8ALE. GOOD Second-hand Double Buggy Harness at Rodgers Bros.' It WANTED. r OLD RUBBER of all kinds. At the Second Hand Store.' Enterprise, Ore. FOR RENT. FOUR ROOM COTTAGE in Birch land addition. New. $8 a month. 8. A. Gotter, Enterprise. 7rl FOR 8ALE OR TRADE. 8 EVEN ROOM house and 18 lots, 3 blocks from business part of town. The best speculation today in Enter prise property. Daniel Boyd, Enter prise. 3rtf 8EALED BIDS. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned will receive sealed bids at the office of the City Recorder of the...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 22 May 1909

THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-aWeek.) Alt INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 3. 189'J. Published Wedneseays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East sldeourt House Square Entered In the Entsrprise poatofflce a3 second-clu.83 matter. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909. MUr.PHY AS SENATOR LANGDON. r Jiy, one of the most o.Ji.ar actors In the United State ujcaie ago, U repeating hi . uiphj in the character o . oi U-n0don, in "A Gentleimii ;cmj -lJl lalpiJ." The play Is hav :; a great run In Chicago at Uk . i.i time. Mr. Murphy is wol .eiueuibered by older playgoers h ue character of Maveric1.: Brande ia "A Texas Steer," one of the bos. of the Hoyt farce3. If you object ta reading a stor. by Installments, save the paper--from week to week until "A tientic man From Mississippi" is complete It a not a long s'ory and no o.i should miss the pleasure and ii struct Ion contained in It. MONEY WASTED. .t is a big mlsta'.to on the part o tho street ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 22 May 1909

A GENTLEMAN" FROM MISSISSIPPI By THOMAS A. WISE Novelized From the Play by Frederick R. Toombs CHAPTER 111. (Continued.) BuYTidt even "Cullen could make Haines consider his views on the necessity of political regeneration to be ridiculous. His optimism could not be snuffed out, for he was a genuine believer that the natural tendency of humankind was to do right. Wrong he believed to be the. outcome of un natural causes. This quality, com bined with his practical knowledge of 'the world and bis courage, made him a formidable man, one who would one iay accomplish big things if he got the chance. "Tea know you can't shut me up, ' Dick," was his response to Cullen's ratorlcal flight. "I'm going to have say say. 1 don't see why a senator shouldn't be honest. All I want them to do is to play a new. game. Let 'em - at least seem to be honest, attend to their business, forget politics. The country sends them hare to work, and . if they do the work the people really 4en't care a hang what pa...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 22 May 1909

H 0 M UHBHHHSSMIEBESXXEZaZSaZZZiaSSaa&IESIUIEHlKJjH to H M n n m n m u H ft H H 3 n I M M Genuine Closing . Out nnnnnnnnDnnnnsnnnnHHaaEBBaaaaannDanoDncannnnDnonDonnn Salel M M M M M M M H n M H H M b Of watches, clocks, jewelry, silver ware, music and musical instruments I am closing cut my entire stocR and everything is offered at BARGAINS, such as the following: : : : 17 Jeweled Elgin watch, 20-year case, - $10.00 17 Jeweled Waltham Watch, 20-ycar-casc - $10.00 $8.50 Mantel Clock, 8 day, now - - $4.50 20 pieces regular 25c Sheet Music - $1.00 MOST THINGS AT COST SOME THINGS BELOW COST All Fixtures for Sale. Store for Rent Now Is Your Chance For Real Bargains E. B. WHEAT ENTERPRISE City and County Brief News Items fiS33gSSIE29BflaaXBB Hi.: Vernon C'oriiins In driving Funk delivery wagon Saturdays. Mrs. I. J. Uachant and W. M. Stringer of La Grande were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Vergere. We are the sellers of the 15. How ard watches, the best on (ho market. Call for the...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 26 May 1909

Oregon Historical to Twicea--Week Wednesday Edition THE NEWS-RE ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-Ft' D- ALL THE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD COR ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 8. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1909. FOR SALE. SECOND HAND set double work har ness, at Second Hand Store, or see Frank Batchelder. LUMBER, all kinds of rough lumber. J. R. McCoy, Enterprise, Oreg. Mill 12 miles north of Enterprise. CbS A GOOD PIANO, for a reasonable price. W.rlte or phone to Mrs, A. Wade, Enterprise, Oreg. 67btf TIMBER CLAIM: w of s.w., and w. of n. w. , section 21, t 3 n, l 47 e. Price $1500. C. E. Hill, Eral da, Idaho. Ib8 HAMILTONIAN COLT. Good oie. Geo. M. Gaily, Enterprise. Sbtf MONEY TO LOAN m NAME TO RIVER KIO! ANTHONY SELECTS EUPHONIOUS TITLE FOR HIS POSTOFFICE AND STORE. Slate Funds loaaed, 6 per cent. J( hn P. Rusk. Atty. State Land E'd. Josoph WANTED. OLD RUBBER of all kinds. At the Second Hand Store. Enterprise, Ore. FOR SALE OR TRA...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 26 May 1909

EVENTS JjFTBE DAY Newsy Items Gathered from AH Parts of tbe World. PREPARED FOR THE BUSY READER Less Important but Not Less Inter esting Happenings from Points Outside the State. The British war score againBt Ger many is condemned as hysteria. French seamen have gone on Btrike, tieing up shipping at all the principal ports. i The government has disproved the charges that Heney is in its pay while prosecuting grafters. A big Eastern syndicate is said to be preparing to operate a Btring of 30 dry goods stores in the West. A San Francisco chemist claims to have discovered a method of making whiskey non-intoxicating, but exhilar ating. Evidence is being gathered that ex plorers from Sweden came to America in 1362, more than a century before Columbus. It is said that the reforms demanded by Great Britain and the United States have not been put into effect in the Congo Free State. The Criminal court of Veenezuela has dismissed the charge against ex President Castro of complicity in a plot...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 26 May 1909

.Jr.-- rV . -- By Our Formula We produce In Hood's Sarsaparllla a medicine that has an iinup poached record of cures of Scrofula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh, rnmatism, anemia, nervousness, that tied feeling, loss of appetite, etc. The combination and proportions of the more than twenty different remedial agents contained in Hood's SarsaparilU are known only to ourselves, so there an be no substitute. .. , This medicine makes healthy and strong the "Little Soldiers" in your blood, those corpuscles that fight the disease germs constantly attacking you. Reform. "What will you do, Rivers," asked Brooks, "when they do away wilt the smoking cars?" "I shall circulate a petition," answer d Rivers, savagely, "demanding that the tewing gum cars be abolished !" Mother will find Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup the beat remedy to use lor their v Udrea luring the teething period. One at the Early Nature Faker. The cat was looking at the .king. "He isn't so very much of a sight either," mused the cat...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 26 May 1909

City and County Brief News Items Seed potatoes for sale at "VV. J Funk & Cos. Mrs. J. D. Selbert spent Friday at LoHtine. Carpets, C'h'.na and Jap Jiaumts at Ashley's. Cut prices on meats at Cray & AVlllelt's City A.arket. Dale Est-s and A. U Grlns'cad of Troy were county seat visitors lust week. .Mrs. II. I. Umdon of U-banon ar rived Saturday to visit her Hiv-ir, .Mrs. II. E. Merryman. Pork sausage only 10 cants a pound at Cray & WilleU's City .Mar ket. Fred Wagner returned Friday f" "' B business trip to Walla Walla and o'.her Washington points. Edwin Marvin of Wallowa wan a guest over Sun lay of his brother, Sheriff Edgar Mar.In, and family. Fresh Fish every Friday and Sat urday at Cray & WiUott's City Mar ket. Attorney A. H. Conawny went oil to Alicel on proe-isional bus ' usi, M nn fin v Mrs. N. .1. Ear-bam returned It I -a ...ill.. Crande, Monday. Blie nan uu.m " attendance at court. Elgin Flour at W. J. Fu..k & Co s. Patent $1.00 a sack, straight grade, $1...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 29 May 1909

Oron HlcUrlcal Twice'aWeek Saturday Edition ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R ALL THE NEWS WHILE H IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD H IA T II Yi 1 TTVTT ' ' ' x-" Jxv iLr . ; ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 9. FOR SALE. - r ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1909. ' . I - CITY OPririAf DA Dm : " " i ' fc- rnrtn rvnnrnr mi i n - " i . CATOt H I Li YOUNG Clydesdale stallion coming tour years old, good breeder; colts can be Been on my ranch at La lue, Oregon, R. F. D. No. 1 Herrmann Vehrs. SECOND HAND set double work har ness, at Second Hand Store, or see Frank Batchelder. LUMBER, an kinds of rough lumber. J. R. McCoy, Enterprise, Oreg. Mill 12 miles north of Enterprise. 6b8 A GOOD PIANO, for a reasonable price. Wa-Ite or phone to Mrs. A. Wade, Enterprise, Oreg. 67btf TIMBER CLAIM: w of s.w., and of n. w. , section 21, t 3 n, l 47 e. Price $1500. C. E. Hill, Emi da, Idaho, lb8 MDR GETS TWO . E SCULPS JIT ENTERPRISE HUMBLES LEAD ERS OF LEAGUE TWICE IN ONE AFTERNOO...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 29 May 1909

THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-Week.) Am independent newhpapeh Formerly the Wallowa News, eatab lisiied March 3. 1899. Published WecinesGays and Satur day at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Entered in the Entsrprise postofflce as second-class matter. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1909. Whooping Cough. This is a more dangerous disease than Is generally presumed. It will be a surprise to many to learn that more deaths result from it than from scarlet fever. Pneumonia often re sults from It. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been used in many epi demics of whooping cough, and al ways with the best results. Delbert AlcKelg of Harlan, Iowa, says of It: ".ly boy took whooping cough whon nine months old. He had it in the winter. I got a bottle of Chambsr Iain's Cough Remedy which proved good. I cannot recommend It toi highly." For sale by Burnaugh 4 Mayfield. SUGAR BEETO LOOK FINE. Supt. F. S. Bramwell and two fluid foremen of the La Grande s-.ig:.i factory, were...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 29 May 1909

A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI By THOMAS A. WISE Novelized From the Play by Frederick R. Toombs COPYRIGHT. 1909. BY THOMAS A. WISB , CHAPTER V. THE BOSS OF THE SENATE INSPECTS A NEW MEMBEB. AN actor playing the role of a high type of southern planter would . ' score a decided success by pic L - turlng the charactet exactly after the fashion of Senator William H. Langdon as he strode to the desk of the International hotel. A wide brim med black hat thrust back on bis head, a long black perfectoiu his mouth, coattalls spreading out behind as lie walked, and the "Big BUI" Langdoa smile on his face that carried suusuIlo and irood will wherever he went, ha -was good to look on, an inspiration, particularly In Washington. Following the senator were Miss Langdon and Hope Georgia, leading a retinue of hotel attendants staggering under a large assortment of luggag?. Both beautiful girls, they caused a sensation all of their own. Carolina, a different type from the younger, bad an austere lovel...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 29 May 1909

City and County Brief News Items Mrs. M. E. Emmons went to La Grande Filday to vHit friends and relatives. Mrs. Edgar Marvin and daughter Rosalind went to Summerville, Thurs day, to visit seve:al days. Emery Flathe.s returned to his home at l'rescott, Wash., Tuiirnd-iy after a visit with his brother on the tig sto:k ranch north of town. Lee R. Devore is giving his hand some new home in the southeast part of town, several coats of paint, uik! is also painting the roof. Dr. J. 1). GilliUn, M. 10. prc)ldin. elder for this district, is visiting the churches in Eols3 and Paye'.te valleys, Ida. George M. Gully loft Thursday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. U tu iGaily of Sterling, Kansas. The La Grande U. A. M. party rs turned home Wednesday, the etiUrr; lx candidates being l.ilUatcd Tuos day night. Win. Dishman, the well known slock dealer, expects to bring his k:;i and daughter from Portland to vi .ii here after their school Is out. M. F. Wheeler of Vancouvei AVash., formerly resident ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 2 June 1909

4 s Q u G Ortfon Historical to TwiceaWeek AIL THE OFFICIAL ' NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R Wednesday Edition ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 10. 1 m NKWS4H3CORD -::: i ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. FOR SALE. SECOND HAND set double work har ness, at Second Hand Store, or see Frank Batchelder. SUNDAYSCHOOLSTO ALL THE NEWS WHILE 11 IS NEWS TWICE. A WEEK NEWS RECORD CITY OFFICIAL PAPER PARAD E THURSDAY I wm uuuie iu. me auernoon ana even- lllfll i . Ill lir.pnK.. - " - . . HnEin. nj.. mill I II n II III I 1 1 1 1 1 in d . Jui' . ii u II i ij ii mi il ijijii ii hill rHiurnn la i LUMBER, all kinds of J. R. McCoy, Enterprise, Oreg. Mill xi mues norti of Enterprise. 6b8 A GOOD PIANO, for a reasonable price. Wjlte or phone to Mrs. A. Wade, Enterprise, Oreg. 67btf TIMBER CLAIM: w of s.w.Vi, and of n. w. , section 21, t 3 n, 1 47 e. Price 1500. C. E. Hill, Eml da, Idaho. lb8 FIRST EVENT OF THE KIND IN OREGON DINNER IN FRA TERNAL HALL. HAMILTONIAN COLT. Good one eo. M. Gai...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 2 June 1909

EVENTS JFTHE DAY Newsy Items Gathered from All Farts of tbe World. PREPARED FOR THE BUSY READER Less Important but Not Less Inter esting Happenings from Points Outside the State. Troops are said to be plotting a new outbreak at Adana, Turkey. A Chicago society girl who married Filipino is said to be hypnotized. Attempts to resume service on the Georgia railroad have resulted in riots. Philadelphia streetcar men have gone on strike for more pay and regu lar hours. During a fight with Moro bandits two soldiers were killed and a third fatally hurt. Girls at the House of Good Shepherd, Los Angeles, started a disturbance and were taken to jail. Four armed men entered a Seattle aveneue, New York, restaurant and held up 20 customers and made their escape. The men arreBted at Omaha have been positively identified as the Union Pacific train robbers and may also be the Spokane train robbers. The Northern Pacific and Harriman lines are both rushing preliminary work on lines from Missoula throu...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 2 June 1909

TREMBLOR SHAKES CENTRAL STATES Panics and Many Small fires Follow in Wake of Earthquake. Five Stales Report Feeling Jar Act ual Damage Not Serious School Children Flee in' Alarm From Swaying Buildings and People Seek Refuge in Open. Chicago, May 27. All of Illinois and four other Middle Western states experienced severe earthquake shocks yesterday morning. That the quake was general in this section of the coun try is . shown by reports from Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and Michigan. While no serious damage was reported beyond a number of fires due to de stroyed chimneys, the shock spread terror in many places, and a number of panics in schools and other buildings resulted from efforts to flee from what seemed to be impending disaster. ' The time of the earthquake at vari ous towns in this state was between 8:15 and 9:46 o'clock, and the duration of the shock differed in distant locali ties. In some cases two distinct trem blors were felt, the first being brief and the second lasting se...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 2 June 1909

10,023,334.00 3,152,915.00 $6,870,419.00 City and County Brief News Items Hoed potatoes for wile at W. J. Funk & Cos. Mra. U. L, Dodiuzor and dnushtt'r nre'ut linbUr vHIUiik friends. Hurry ll:irlnn und John McFel ridge went to Wnllowa, Monday. Carpets, China und Jap Mailings ut Ashley's. Jolii.1 Woitir.an, Jr., returned home Saturday from a vaeallon trip tj outside points. Go to Jackson & Weaver's for Ii ". Cream Sodus, SiiikIium, .ami Sod-.i Water, all flavors, Everything s;iu i'ary and clean. l'oik sausiiKO only 10 cunts a pound ut Cray & Wlllolt's City Mar ket. C. It. Horner of Snake Uiver l't Monday for Turloek, Cul., to visit his father, J. S. Horner. Sit Up And Take Notice Every department' of our storo has been replenished with new and up-to-date goods and our t'k Is now complete In al most every department. We pay spot cash for our goods, and thoroforo got the benefit of nil cash discounts and we give our customers the benefit of our cheap buys. Our New Goods Jim...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 5 June 1909

Oron HitUrictl to Twicea Week Saturday Edition TIE NE REC AIL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R ALL THE NEWS WHILE 11 IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 11. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1909. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER WS ORD FOR 8ALE. AUTOMOBILE for sale cheap, en 8 H. P. auto in first class repair throughout. Speeded up to 30 miles per hour. . For price and particulars of machine call at this office. Ilr2 YOUNG Clydesdale stallion coming four years old, good breeder; colts can be seen on my ranch at La tide, Oregon, R. P. D. No. 1 Herrmann Vehra. j& NAME THESE TWINS AND GET $50 PRIZE Oregon people are asked to name the Harrlman twins,' the two fine new 6000-ton steamships now being built for the Portland-San Francisco run. Moreover, the one who sug gests the best names for the two boats will be given a prize of $50. Anyone living in Oregon is invited Jto suggest "names, the only require ment being that the proposed titles shall b...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 5 June 1909

THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-Week.) AS ISDKPENPENT JCEWKPAPER Formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 3. lSUJ. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office EastWeououseiuare leTeTTn the Enterprise postotflco as Beeoml-clasj matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1309. SHILLOCK TAKES CHA" -Y OF FISH HATCHERY Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Shlllock went to the state fish hatchery on the wal lowa, two milei below .V.lnam, Tues day, where oa July 1. Kr. Shlllock will take up his duties as superintend ent Meanwhile, for the coailus month, he will famlliari.e himself with the work. Mr. Shlllock was first appointed superintendent of the hatchery at Ontario, which was the largest i't the state, but it has been found neee ; try to abandon it because of tho Immense amount of sand In the Snake river killing the young fry. Mr. and Mrs. Shillock have reside 1 the past year on Alder Slope. Mr. Shlllock Is a newspaper man and formerly connected with tho Orcgon ian. They came...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 5 June 1909

A IOM By- .THOMAS A. WISE Novelized Trom the Flay by Frederick R. Toombs I COPYRIGHT. 1EC9. BY THOMAS A. WISE .. CHAPTER VII. LANCDOS LEAR.NS OF THINGS UNPLEAS ANT. ' AIN'ES quickly walked over and touched the southerner 0:1 ihu arm. . .''Well, my buy, what can I Co for yon J" asked thj tmv kcuiU r. turning. wilU a pleasant smile. . "IJy, name l;i H.-iliiCK. tr'fin tin- Ste vens was to speak to you ubout nu I'm the first of t lie newspaper coire spondouts come to interview you!" . Lang-don's familiar smile broadened. ; "Well, you don't look us though you' J bite. Reckon I can stand lor It. is ic very painful V" "1 hope It won't lie, senator," lla'iiv;i said, feeling Instinctively that lu' way going to like this big, hourly -lfj::e:i. "All right, Mr. Haines, just as soon as I've said goodby to uiy oil frk.-'id. Colonel Stonemun. I'll be with you." , And to Lis continued aiuure:iie::t IJalnes saw the senator walk away Willi the old Union colonel, slap lii::t ou the baek, cheer him up ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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