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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 18 February 1911

$3& I Dixon i ii't'viuiiimjLifgxL'j-j'i in ii id i H i in in Vfi Vlmcs2trnl& The OfllcUl l'or of IUrnoj County hti the Urgi'it clrcuUtlon and la ono o h beil ftilvortlftlng mediums In Kftttom Oregon. dtcffircnl Slnrucu Cotinirj Cuvtiri on iircn ol 0,).'8,H00 item ol Iniiit, 4,M3l,l;&l uftvn yet vacant nbect to entry timlcr tlia public land law of tlio Ullltdl f-lHtcn. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 18, llilj NOW. She m AVE NEW hinset Likely to Lose Identity as the Office is Named "Loma" HENNEY TO BE POST MASTER Wouldn't Consent to Having it Named "Henney" and Sent Commission Back Good Service Reported of Great Northern Exhibition Car Now in the East. Nnt Ilcnney was up from Sun tet Tuesday arraiiRinir the nccea-lnnd nrv nnnfrrs nnrf bond to return Washington preparatory to peing installed postmaster in that neighborhood. This is tho second commission tendered Mr. Hennoy ns post master down there. Tho first jne proposed to name the post fiice "Hennoy," b...

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 — 18 February 1911

f U - -lrr-T-r- --7in'iTTmiwiiffiiwg)iiffli'iiifimimfTffHmmriiff,iri Tr""" ,.:..". ; " O 4- c O m o Q. 10 01 READY-MADE SUITS 0! "II o TAILOR-MADE SUITS o j READY-MADE g OVERCOATS and 0 FUR COATS Q. W TAILOR-MADE 01 OVERCOATS and FUR COATS it O c o lb. Q. 10 w TAILORS $10.00 TO - $25.00 $25.00 TO- $55.00 $10.00 TO $25.00 tQA AA o TO $65.00 o CD 3 O 01 II o O (0 3 r Wo guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tailor Made is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTER ATI NG FREE. We "Carry a Full Line of the Newest, Most Up to- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. CI "0 CD t o CD 3 b a J) Iltc imcsi-Stwnfd 8A1UKIMY. FKIUtllAHY IH.ISII. SUHSH'UIiTION ItATKS One Year .. HIx Mouttai ... . Three Month!.. . . lino 1.1X JULIAN IIVKII M.ki It is quite likely the salary bills passed by the legislature will get the ax when Governor West gets hold of them, yet there are some officers that should receive more money for their services. The extreme cold ...

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 — 18 February 1911

Of -i . cr n M B OS 'imesJerald. LARGEST CIIICULATION Or ,NKBPAI,ISIUH THIS COUNTY. 'lUTUBDAY, KKURUAUV 18,1111. Local News. fan Einbreo wns up from Sun- Thursday. hutterick Patterns at Lunn- rg, Dalton & Co. iiiy Shaver is in from his no nearWclcomovillc. llngey & Richardson are hend- lartcrs for tho very best grocer- Starr Buckland and Dalton were nmong our Harney bitors Thursday. HIE PREMIUM DISHES ARE 2RE. Bring your trading imps to Tho Busy Cornor Store. IC. A. Schapcr camo over from tatnond this week and was nc- Smpanied home by his daughters lisses Anna and Rosa. Seo tha Inland Empire Real- Co. if you havo anything for lo or exchange. Tho French Hotel serves a ic Sunday dinner nna special tention is given to family rvice. Herman Ruh was up from his uven home the firstof tlio week. Ruh wa3 tho first local tax- Iiyer to get his receipt this year. Tho Rev. Father Klein writes at lie is detained in Baker on count of a severe cold and will t be in Burns to hold services th...

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 — 18 February 1911

INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence.) This Is farmer's week nt the Oretron Affriculturnl CoIIoro and thoro is n largo nttendnnco of thoso interested in nRriculturnl problems. Lectures and demon strntions of tho greatest valuo to farmors aro being givon. Tlicse cover stockraising, dairying, hor ticulture, intensivo farming, and practically every branch of tho industry. Tho attendance is much larger than during tho special short courses of former years and great interest is shown by farmers from all parts of the state. Central Oregon will hear tho locomotive whistlo for tho first time this summer. Operation of tho Oregon Trunk will probably bo commenced to Madras early in March and somowhat Inter tho Deschutes railroad will run trains to Redmond. Thoso now lines will mark tho beginning of a now era of settlement for the whole region east of tho Cascade moun tains. Tho formation of a syndicate to clear logged-oil lands of south west Washington and place thorn on tho market is a ...

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 — 25 February 1911

" mill i I III Mill III II II lllillllll n ! i jlu ftnw, Wlc dmca'Sternta Tlio ODlcUl rnpor o( llnrnoj County his tlio Urgoat clrculntlon mullioiioot lio boat mlvortlaliiK mtiluma In Uaatorn Oregon. die 05i'rnl ani'iicy (Gotituru Covoro nil nrcn of ,4-;8tttOO mir ol Iniid, l,(l.'!l)li51 iicron yet vacant etihii'd to entry iiihIit tlio public land 'inwn ol llio United Hlitlos. VOL. XXIV BURNS, ifAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 2G, 101) NO 15. Ik "HE LAND ISNOW READY )ry Farm Demonstration Work May Begin Without Delay IVILLAM HANLEY fin Good State of Cultivation Implements No Delay Pending Selection of Per manent Station and Equipment Other Club Notes. It will not bo necessary to wait I placed boforo tho Club the finan for tho selection of tho land and " ci! condition of tho band. Tho ,. linva linvn nn nvrollnnf innt.rtintor necessary equipment tOKeuicr,'" ....-. ., with buildings and other things for tho dry farm experiment sta tion recently provided for by tho state legislature. Work...

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 — 25 February 1911

5 Dl r i e TAILORS o c O Q. 10 CM READY-MADE SUITS TAILOR-MADE SUITS O i c O READY-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS 10 CM O C O Q. 10 01 Wo guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tnilor- Mndo is dono in Our Burns Shop. ALTEHATING FREE. We Carry n Full Line of the Newest, Mast Up-to- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats nnd Caps. Cleaning and Pressing n Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore- I Ihc HKmcs-gjcntfd SATUKliA V, FEIIUUAHY . lull. BMIldUUllTJON IIATKH- One Year . Six Monthi ThreeMootha li.ou .1.01 . . JUI.1A.N II Villi - - Jlnaautir With such advantages as wo have there suould not bo a pound of ham. bacon, lard or butter shipped into Harney county. Governor West has vetoed the additional circuit judge for Mult nomah county created by the leg islature because it carried an emergency clause Ho seems to be using the ax in a very intelli gent and satisfactory manner. The Oregonian says the legis lature passed bills which will permit a democratic governor to fi...

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 — 25 February 1911

$38 wjJJUfllUBJU Ljt, iriu winiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMimiit.tiiHi I Miwmmini itrmninnniMM mi mniwnm Kn mini hi in in ain wi in iii milW WWiUMwiMmiJIM' minimum J ' "wJSfimes-J-Ierald 7A.fnK tiAHQKBT ClllOUt.ATION Of H V NKWBPArEn IN TniB COUNTY. uturday. rxnnuAuv . in. Locnl News. Loo Wilson was up from Nnr- bws Thursday. Butlorlck Patterns at Lunn- iurg, Dalton & Co. Tom Allen wnsover from the 1 ranch this week. TTncrov & Kichnrdson arc hcad- uartcrs for the very bcstgroccr- (8. Mrs. Anderson. mother of Mrs. rua Byrd, is hero on a visit to 10 latter. Seo the Inland Empire Real- Co. if you havo anything for nle or exchange. UnhL Scttlcmvrc brought back lfolcrinm stallion instead of a Ihiro as was reported in our last BSUC. The French Hotel serves a I no Sunday dinner and special ttention is Riven to family fcrvice. ' S. J. Clemens and Mr. Gilcrest tore Hero irom uroois county luring tae wcok on uusincsa. the latter was accompanied by lis witc. Browns' Satisfactory Store Sale Ends 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 — 25 February 1911

Eggjj K liWtadLWMWIIiH A Timber Problem. Tho followinj? nppenred in n recent issue of tho Portlnnd Journal dated nt Fife: To tho Editor of tho Journal You real ize that tho national forest em braces Tnbout 161,000,000 acres. This is maturo timber. Tho best of tho timber used to bo sold for $2.50 per aero and that would bo nbout 2i to 5 cents per 1000 foot and tho land without the timber was usually worth moro than $2.50 per acre. When tho timber trust Rot hold of tho best timber it got tho government to put tho price up to $2.50 and as high as $4 Btumpano per 1000 feet. You realize this mature timber ought to be sold for homo consumtion for not over 10 to 25 cents per 1000 feet, not bo exported or wasted. I have no doubt that Portland could get its wood from tho Mt Hood district if the gov ernment would sell it for 5 cents per cord for $1.00 to $1.50 less than it does by that electric road. Vast (iiiantities of this timber arc burned by fires each year and it is held high so the tru...

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 — 4 March 1911

She Vfic Clmcs-3Htrnl6 Tlio OIllclM l'npor ol Hurnoj County hia tlio lormut circulation and li 0110 o ho bolt ndvortlalng mediums In Kaslorn Oregon. , BCIt OGrcnl Unnicu Country Covfm n nroa of 1,428,800 'nrrci ol Inmlr 4,0.11,051 ncrco yet vacant fttibjvct to entry under tlio public land Inw ol tho Unllrd Klntcs. VOL. XXIV BURNS, IIA11NKY COUNTY, OUEGON, MARCH 4, 1011 N01C. XTOj0jui0f wiix OVERNOR WEST AND AX The Month Of February Properly Celebrated By His Honor. KJRNS-BEND ROAD CONDITION hc $25,000 Voted By the Slate Legislature and Threat ened With the Governor's Veto Saved From the "Junk" Pile By the Oregon Development League. Tito following appeared in last i can bo put into tho bcatjihnpo Sunday's Journal under n- Salem' with tlio expenditure ot lrom Jfo to $iu a mno. "A year ago date line: Oregon's twenty-sixth legisla ture has been put out at home and Governor Oswald West is at the bat. Tho governor appar ently is in pretty fit condition for HIS uaning average is uiuiugiiua...

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 — 4 March 1911

n li 'I M fi ! . J'i lr-' ri? ;! w I p SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush! WORK CUARA TEED CO M P LET E N E W; U N E0 F GENT'S FURNISHINGS CLEANING AND PRESSIN Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg- Site ffiimc; S.VTt'KliAY. MAKUII 1. 1911. BlilUSOIUITION KATKK Uuo Year ... 8!l Months ThreMontu... II. w I'l.IAN II Villi - The U. S. Senate turned down the resolution to submit n consti tutional amendment for the popu lar election of senators, the reso lution lacking bit four votes of the two-thirds majority. Sena tor Borah says he will bring the proposition up again at the extra session. The senate has also voted to seat Lorimer of Illinois. Such actions but hasten the time of direct election of the abolish ment of the body altogether. COUNTV BUYS ROAD .MACHINERY. At the present term Harney County's court has gone on re- dlstrlets. Tho Supervisor nhnli bo employed for not loss than ton montliHcnchyeara...

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 — 4 March 1911

ies-Jlerald. rftaiKAUOKST OIHOUI.ATION OF KvsrArKK IN THIB COUNTY. ATUKDAV MAIU'll . IHI Looal News. Itorick Patterns at Limit- Dnlton&Co. Ly & Richardson aro bend ers for tho very bestgrocor- thc Inland Empire Renl if you have anything for Ir exchange. hilorson Elliott and wifo up from Narrows this week h'sit to their children. French Hotel serves a gunday dinner and special Jon is given to family Ec. Minnie Fireoved is prc- lo nurse patients at the C. Inch home in Burns. Con hen t cases solicited. . itr-li.. !.. l. ..!l. i A. weuy was in inu tuj icek. Ho is preparing to mo extensive farming over Ivor creek this season. il Finko was down from his rant creek ranch this week. ivs there is an average snow li the mountains this season vo may expect a very pood Iff. EW DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. Iho Stubborn Motor Car" be played at the opera house Saturday night by the Burns )cpartment under the dircc- f Carl Welker. It is a good ml we are promised itn even- f high clas...

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 — 4 March 1911

i, Qumptlon on The Farm. Your oats will not bo so npt to rust if you got them in early. Tho more a man goes around, tho less ho is opt to develop into u crank. Don't bo in too big a hurry. It's unwise to work soil when it is soggy nnd very wet Wait until it dries into crumbly, work able condition. Now mind this: Mnko two sow ings of clover seed, one now and one early in April. Uso half red, other half alsike. Do not miss tho nlsike. Tho more corn the more stock; tho more stock tho richer tho lnnd; the richer tho land tho moro corn, and there you haven rota tion that is sure to bring success. Entirely too many people in this world arc making themselves cross-eyed looking for tho streot of easy money. This is as vain and foolish as hunting for tho pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Just as soon as tho frost is out of the ground it will do to sow onion seed and peas. Heets, early potatoes, spinach, radishes and lettuce may bo planted early too. Tender vegetables should wait until A...

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 — 11 March 1911

i"La aeftsnysk n iiiwm w m nuwiwimi. 'JS-uJiu iiwwmmw" tpnie, Vive Ctmcs3ttrnl& Tlio Olllclttl Vapor o( Harney County Ims tlio largest circulation ml liouoot ho beat lulvcrtlnhiR mmlluma In Kiulorn Oregon. tCllc'Ojt'rnt SMnrticy Comiiru Cowra an nrcn ol 0,428,800 ncic ol land, fi,TI,Wil ncruH yet vncnnt iili'd to entry under tlio public land laws ol tlio United Rlnlo, VOL. XXIV BURNS, HAKNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAUCII 11, 1011 NO 17. wm&m&4&sm!mM$Zi mOWS BOOSTER SPIRIT Portland Commercial Club Dinner n Brings Out Past Results 0 RAISE $200,000 FOR PUBLICITY lommcrcinl Bodies, The State and The Railroads Will Join Forces in Exploiting Resources of Oregon Harney County Grain and Grasses Reach Portland. v (Portland Correspondence.) ibook hits been compiled by D. O. i T !..!.. . .1 T- ,1 1 mvuiy, muimger oi mo I'orunnu Union Stockynrds and n practical Booster spirit ran hijjli at tho icnnial dinner of tlio Portland jmmercial Club tho past week Mien the continuation of the amo...

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 — 11 March 1911

iiiiia.iT'jiiniijjiBMaawaiwiiwai'wiw (T SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush! WO R K QUA RANI BED COMPLETE NEW LIN EOF GENT'S FURNISHINGS CLEANING AND PRESSIN- Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg. J Slit ItiiKS-ptraCtl. 3ATUUDAY. MAUOI! 11,1911. HUltSCitllTION UATK.S One Year .. Six Moulha ThreeMontha IV 00 t Dtj If. JULIAS iivnn - .litl The Ghewnucan Press says there are mad coyotes in the vic inity of Alkali Lake in Lake county and sheep men arc arm ing their men and keeping a close watch. We have been under the impression that thiV'mad coyote" business was a farce and more newspaper talk than anything else. However it might be "well to look out for such tilings. desirable immigrants for the states named. This is a good move and should result in much good. Since there is a disposition on the part of the railroads to givo the now Deschutes lines prefer ence in bringing those who lako advantage of th...

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 — 11 March 1911

iiSiHiHriWfcuiwi'liWi w iinuu KJlriBS-fXBrald. ! AllOKBT OIHCUI.ATION OK iKWRrAPKIl IN TIHB COUNTY. LTl'RDAY. M.UU'lt U. Ivll Local News. ys routy J or jon wovk. eriek Patterns at Luna lalton & Co. Saturday, March 4, to Hd Mrs. Alma Davis, a son. ey a, uicmmison aro nenu- ers for the very bestgrocor- Heiulricks was a business from Lawen tho first of reek. the Inland Empire Rcal- L if you have anything for ir c a ...ngc. . Shafer, and wife have into the W. E. Huston across the street from Mlico. t . .. , .. irvnen noioi serves u Sunday dinner and special tion is Riven to family fee. rl Horstman and II. J. Irts were up from Virginia section Thursday on busi- Defore the land ollice. Minnie Fireoved is pre- to nurse patients at the C. buch homo in Bums. Con kont cases solicited. ink Miller left for his home lion county Thursday morn- Itfter visiting with his sister, IJoisa, and his uncle Gins. for several weeks. tW DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. Fry building formerly oc- td by ...

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 — 11 March 1911

II i NEW CLUUB1NQ PROPOSITION Wo liavo nrrnngcd to offer in connection with this paper, tho new monthly farm mngnzino just Btnrtcd nt Lincoln, Ncbrnskn, by Prof. II. W. Cnmpbell nml devot ed to tho subject of how to fnnn in the dry country nnd how to get best results from soil tillnge under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offer it clubbed with Tho Timcs-Ternld both for ?2.B0 per year cash. Prof. Camp- bolls' new paper is a monthly, chock full of Reed things, tho onlv rancr of its kind in tho world, and it embodies tho re sults of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of the soil tillage proposition. Estkays Ono iron gray mare, weighing 1050 lbs. and branded with an S wrench with a straight wrench across; ono bay horse, white spot in the head, branded T4 connected on left stille, camo to my ranch in July and have been fed since Sept. Owner call, pay charges and take animals. Gi.eitGi: Fakuens, Drcwsey, Oregon. Do you know thnt of al...

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 — 18 March 1911

Stone, Th lmcaHral& U Thu Oillclnl Paper of Harney County his tho Urgost circulation andlionool ho bolt advertising mcdluuii In Kailorn Oregon. Cite 0Srcnt Hnmcy cCotitilru Covers mi urea of 0,428,800 'ncrci of IiiikIi 4,0.1-1,051 ncrci yet acnnt f'nlilcct loontry miller tho public land lawn of tlio IJnlt.sd HI u tea. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEGONr MARCH 18, 1011 NO 18. She -$iefti A 'r- y ii 'RICES PAID FARMERS A Care ful Estimate in the Value of THE EAST OREGON PRODUCTS t XT... HMtiHtitnltfln ! illATMlAMACll Mf Y9flt-il Tl 1-JWl iTm-Cmd IV ilCW Vl;uilIAUtlUll III lilt The Purpose and Policy Interesting Items for ( Portland Correspondence. ) After a careful and exhaustive study of market conditions in the Pacific Northwest during the past eight years, President Hnr vey Heckwith, of tho Portland Commercial Club, makes tho startling statement that prices paid to farmers for eleven differ ent articles of food, all necessi ties, advanced 31.4 per cent be tween April, 1002 ...

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 — 18 March 1911

WHHhMiMhMMiHMMIWM ini SAYS LHAVB (100D ENOUGH AI.ONU. SUNSHT NOTES. h If i P. i i M M r W W K I t U: ii ir. !f .5 PV K- - R SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush! W O R K GUAR A N 'I E E D COM FLET E N E W LI N E OF GENT'S FURNISHINGS CLEANING AND PRESSIN! Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg- Vte Slic imcs-'gtevaftl SATURllAY. MAKOII IS. I3lt. HlMtHOKICriON ItATKi)- uue Year jlx Moulin Three Month" li.90 l.OO IULIA.N UYKII Mmmakt Everything points to a gTeat influx of homcsockers'into central and southeastern Oregon during the colonist rate period. It seems they are all headed for the unde veloped portion of the state where they may secure public land. We understand spring plowing has already begun in some por tions of the county. Tho weath er is fine for such operations but the snow and frost in the ground still holds the general operations back except in favored locations. This, however, is an advan...

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 — 18 March 1911

!T5erald. KOKST CIKOUI.ATION OP iTArKHINTIUBOOUNTY. RlRIlAY. MAUCII MU f Local News. lys ready tor jou woik. brick Patterns nt Luna-, pnlton & Co. (irav was up from his oar Lawen yesterday. It he Inland Empire Real- if you have anything for I exchange. ley. Mr. Irwin will preach benstcdt school houso to- af ternoon. French Hotel serves a ftndny dinner and special on is Riven to family A irold pin with green ellow enamel and letters IS. Return to Husy (Jor- lore. Needles, a recent arrival Jamna. is getting the Jor- Iiilding in shape to open a big gallary. Minnie Fircovcd is pre- to nurso patients at the C. M home in Burns. Con- nt cases solicited IV DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. Lelah Kelsay took her de le yesterday morning for river after spending the here with her parents, hd Mrs. A. M. Kelsay. linning Wednesday morn- Mnrch 22. and continuing Saturday evening, March few A. J. Irwin will sell at Ime on the hill next to the v-terian church, his housc- fcoods at private sale...

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 — 18 March 1911

i iii,:arwmi) i'iiaiii Muiauiiwiwii wimn vnn lmvn rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Cham berlain's Liniment and you will got quick reliof. It costs but a quarter. Why sitlTcr? For sale by all good Dealers. Do you know that of nil the minor ailments colds nro by far the most dnngorous? It is not the cold itself that you need to fear, but the serious diseases that it often leads to. Most of these are known as germ disensos. Pneumonia and consumption are among them.- Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and euro your cold while you can? For salo by all good Dealers. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of tlio State of Oro gon for tlio County of Harney. Klbcrt K. Cnry, I'lnlntllV, ) v Aldn M. Cnry, Doioudnnt ) To AKU M. Cary, DofoiuUnt : In tlio nnmo of tho stitto of Ori'Ron t You nro hereby ronulrwl to npiwnr nmlnimwer tliecomplntnt In tlio nltovo untltltil nlt on or boforo tho twenty tavnnth lny of March 1011, nml If yon full ho to iinsKor for want thereof, tho jilnlntiff will nppl...

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