Tom Crawford located at Union, Ore., and attained considerable political prominence in that state.
Calcination of the Ore.—Having arranged a proper mixture of ores in the yard, it is weighed out in boxes to the calcining-men.
He lived for years, in Pendleton, Ore., where he died some time ago.
It was addressed in an unfamiliar and painful chirography, with the postmark of Portland, Ore., stamped smudgily in its corner.
Pewther was averse to talking about himself, but he confessed to twenty-nine years and claimed Portland, Ore., as his home.
The valley of Umpqua River, Ore., produces nearly seventeen million pounds of wool yearly, the staple being an ordinary variety.
On a recent visit with my sister at Dallas, Ore., who has all the papers, I had the pleasure of inspecting them anew.
For before they reached the present vicinity of Huntington, Ore., the December snows fell thick upon them.
It was on this occasion that he introduced the devotion of the Quarant' Ore.
Securing horses they made their way to the mountains in the vicinity of Weston, Ore.