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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 April 1911

Kuaitwu awwiJWmtfwm IttmefHefaiJi. 7ve Yima3lei,nl& Tbo Olllclnl l'npcr of Unrnoj County lins tho laruoat ctrculntlon ntnl Is otio ol ho beat nilvortlilng intxlluin In Kastorn Oregon. VAe (fjveat 31nriicy (Cotiniry Cnvura nil arm of 0,128,800 ncnt ol In lie If 4,031,1161 ncrt'B yet vncnnt mlmyl to entry imili r tlio public land bw ui tho United Hinted. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 20, 1011 NO 24. She Y CHANGE THE ROUTE rriman Railroad up the Deschutes May Come This Direction fSIBER ROUTE BY PRINEVILLE lid Bring Line Into Territory Suggested by The rimes-Herald up Crooked River Valley to Timber lAnd Cross Divide Down Emigrant to -This Valley. I following clipping js in Ing with suggestions nintio lo Timos-IIeralil last week Iho week before respecting sets for railroad building If the west. Should this jre be made in the route ot Deschutes road it would me east ana west line come up the Crooked River ly and over tlie ridge down rrant creek to Burns. iispatch from ...

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 — 29 April 1911

ml" llHlty'MUfUWWCWMlllWUI g.jHjiuwni'Mi I I t tK r Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellow Bldg. NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Displ iy, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers.etc CLEANING AMD PRESSING PRICES ARE RIGBMHE PLACE TO BUY We carry the H. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. She twci5-$ictnCd. HATUKHAY. Al'ltll. W.19II. HintSmilTlPN ItATKH- Out Yr. . Hlx Montht ThteoUontbi. JULIAN IIV!ll w.oo .I.W .7 Msact The Times-Herald would urge the voters of this school district to attend the bond election on May 12. It is a very important I some preliminary investigation atoly following its creation and before the new law had been put into actual use. If any one has a better, more equitable manner of adjusting the rights let him come forward with it The Times-Herald learns that more than one application has been made to the State Engineer asking adjudication 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 — 29 April 1911

(WfWWMMWl uss-JIerald. F.I.AnQKBT CMCULATION OT tWSFAPKll IN THIS COUNTY. lATORDAY APHILSt. 1911 : Local News. Leila Egli 1ms been ill k. ,t Schcnk Bros, ntul sec Pnn&inn lints. -Monday, April 21, to Mrs. Grovor Jameson, a r. Bale A Kansas prairio IK plow. Call at Short's itli shop. ;he Inland Empire Renl- if you have anything for xchange. e ai.u complete line 01 nrden and flower seeds at Grocery. Harry W. McIIose has ving a siege of grip but ved at this time. 1PLETE NEW LINE OF AND BOYS HATS AT USY CORNER STORE. x Nevillo of Newborn is nd owner in this section, arrived and filed this French Hotel servos a 'ndny dinner and special m is Riven to iainny to nnd family were among om a distance to attend 0. F. celebration Wed- Williams-Millar will re new consignment of mid : millinery on Friday of ;ek. EKilby has been over from l near Van this week hav- ne dental worK uonc ami f after other business. ; coming in from Prairie autos report the road yet aer a rough and muddy on. The sta...

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 — 29 April 1911

aim.iaiMiiMiie.tiei Man can Live on 70 CcnU per Week. That nil tho human food may bo reduced to fivo slmplo elements is tho nssertion of Professor J. L. Henderson of tho Harvard medical school. Water and salt, which cost virtually nothing, nre two, whilo tho other thrco arc carbohydrates, protcim and fat. Tho averaRO man of 155 pounds needs only about four and one half pounds of food a dav, and this quantity includes tho 70 per cent of water, according to Dr. Henderson, who points out that tho essential food values needed to sustain a man for a day may be purchasod in tho open market for 10 cents. An interesting explanation of the plnco theso simple elements hold in tho diet of man, Dr. Hen derson points out, is that the human being is mado up of just these things. Sinco the food re pairs tho waste of tho body, he says, tho process is merely thnt of replacing liko with like, and, as ho points out in the matter of proteins, supplied mainly by meats, the nearer tho meat is to human pr...

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 — 6 May 1911

O i l o yJgJSlfijJa. . "MwiwBwmwjujimwjRaiwmjijLmwMiwM hwuijuij (JsP giinw WlKCi'fnl 3Minicj (Coitttiru C'ovirH on inn of (),t2K,XU0 Hint ol Innili iVhllifii hihh jit mnnt fcliliitct lomlry unci, r IIhj imlillc Inntl InwH of (ho Uiillcil f- Aim. Tlio Ollloinl IVqior of Hnriin) Comity linn tho laritiist circulation anil ii ono ol ho best nihurtlriiiR moillnms In Kanteru Ore iion. BUltNS, HAUN13Y COUNTY, OlUOdON, MAY 0, 11)11 NO 25. roL. XXIV immmmmitmmm n it-J- ..... . . . . , She 4 . --ll". IEST RESERVE CASE -erne Court Holds Against Stock Men in Two Cases UD-FOUGHT CONTEST IS LOST t of State Not Ncccssnry to Creation of Forest serve, as Government can do 8 it Likes With The StockmciiJttwstSccurpAGriizinfXSXP!8 iwn following is of particular to the stock men of this '. who have been watching Inl battle over the forest policy inaugurated by Doscvclt when he was prc- A Washington dispatch Hate of May 1, says: lolding that the federal Imcnt, without the consent state all'ected, may set...

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 — 6 May 1911

1 ffffffffjftynuiLiiiiiiiiiwwiwww tm X'$ wpwswwwww WMi m m - I 'ft i 'rf; t f tlA ilO tii. if tf. i Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Dispt vy, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, , Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING m . PRICES ARE RIGHT-THB PLACE TO BUY We carry the B. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. j Ihc tmcs-ctafd. BATUUIiAY, MAY 0.1911. SUnseilllTION RATKS- One Ycr I-H Six Month! . . . 100 Three Mon tlit.. . . .76 IULIAN II VII II - - Iki The Times-Herald hopes the horse men of Harney county will read the communication of Comp ton Anderson in this issue and profit by it We have Reed draft stock that should bring the top prices to local growers if they are properly shaped up and put on the market as such instead of range stuff. Local breeders may also note that draft stallions can be purchased at very reasonable prices. ...

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 — 6 May 1911

o u SMmes-JIerald. Ik lahokbt ciwoulation or ' NKWSPAPKU IN TIU8 COUNTY. aatuhiiay mvy mil loc'nl News. Crowley is in the city. Lill m Rehonk Uros. ami boo Know Pannma hats. tir. firifnth made a profession- visit to Silver Crook Wodnes- Ann nml CnmnlctC lillO of kh warden and flower seeds at kI's Grocery. lylvcstor Smith spent Wcdnes- III una wnj """" - JllCSS. hrMTT.MTK NEW LINE OP Fnr A. CD BOYS HATS AT IE BUSY CORNER STOKE. L n.ttmth nnd J. L. Gault Ktupto Hay creek Saturday ling tb fish, returning Uio ; day. Vronoli Hnto.1 serves a KSunday dinner and special ition is given to lamliy l Beckley was in the city this on business before the Klv rnlirfc. Ml". UOCKlOy IS i master in his district. IP. Withers was down trom ney the first of this week business. He sold a lew Ion sheep to 11. .1. mmst-u Biis patrons had a treat for a Ways. Bis Bennett arrived here Sun- Innd airain took up liis old lion in the N. Brown & Sons lantilc store. He has com- 1 his course in the Business re at...

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 — 6 May 1911

I V A TELL AOD OP CATTLB. For ordinary purposes tho fol lowing method of telling tho uro of cattle is approximately correct. At two years of ago n circlo of thick matter begins to form on tho animals horns, which becomes clearly defined at thrco years of age, when another circlo or ring begins to form and so on year after year. Its ago can be de termined by tho number of rings and adding two to their number. The rings bn a bulls horns do not show themselves until he is live years old, so to tho number of rings wo must add five to arrivo at his ago. Unless tho rings are clear and distinct this rule will not apply. Sick headache results from a disordered condition of tho stomach, and can be cured by the use of Chamberlain's Slomacl APPOINTMENT OP UXCCUTUR. In tho mntlnr ot tho tuft will nnd 01 tutu ot Clrcon Muitiiiif ntli, dcroaicil. Notlco lioroby U irlvon llmt ",0 ll",t will iuhI loRtnuient of Green llmletli doi-ortfoil has boon mlmlllctl to probnlo l.y tho County Court of llrmmy C...

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 — 13 May 1911

3S Wle (firenl 3Mnnicu Cottnlru UovofH mi irc of 0,I28,00 ncn-i ol Innd, 4,t,nrl neron jet vnrnnt etiblrct to entry limit r tlio public land laws of llio Uriltwl Hl.iUu. Vive $TliueB.-3-Urn!& Tlio OlUclnl rnpor ol Hnrimy County lias tlio targont circulation mul It ono of ho bust advertising moillumR In Kaslorn Oregon. Uimttfmk IVOL. XXIV BUHNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 13, 111 NO 20. ,L RAILROAD PARTY W. Hill Accompanied to Burns by Other Officers of System MOST CORDIALLY RECEIVED lpnf firnv. Who Succeeded John F. Stevens, and George B. Harris of Burlington System With Him --Make no Promises but Visit Encourages People. ident Louis W. Hill of the Northern Railroad whs ,the honored guest of the of Burns this week and et by the same enthusias elcome as marked his f a year nno. The little as decked out in gay colors icveral largo banners suita- irdcd stretched across the The band boys and school m were also in evidence at urt house lawn where an ml reception with a few scs was g...

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 — 13 May 1911

3 a $ I' i ' f 4 V I 1 ;l: i Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg. NEW SPRi NG GOODS Now on 1 'fspluy. Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSIN . PRICES ARE R1GHT--THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the B. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. 'Ebcuucs-$craCd HATUKliAY. MAY 13. 1H1. tillllM'KIITION IIATKN- Olio Year... Six Mouth, Throe Month, 12.00 10.) -i JULIAN II Villi - - Maiuv HARNEY COUNTY 20 IURS I'KOH NOW. The following essay was read by Ralph Irving at the graduat ing exercises of the high school labt evening. "Harney County Twenty Years From Now" is so vividly described that we feel it should be given wider publicity. Ralph drew upon his imagination but has not been extravagant and his predictions are pessible: In 1931, having business rela tions in Harney County, I decid ed to attend the matter, and once more visit my old home...

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 — 13 May 1911

6 a ' ,4-mss-Jerald. liAHOKST ClltCUI.ATION OF IKW8PAPK11 IN TJU8 COUNTY. 'iATOKIlAV MVY 13. Hit Locnl News. at Schonk Hros. nml sco bv Panama lints. in- Saturday, May 0, to kiid Mrs. Henry Richardson, bghter. Imbersof The Smile Dancing bo on hand tonight. Urine fend. IFfino and complete lino of jgaruen aim uuwur bl-i-ub t D. Best and son Woodio among our Silver Creek this week. llPLETE NEW LINE OF S AND BOYS HATS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. largo number of our local express their intention to eBend to assist in celebrat- ie completion of the Oregon Ilto that place. L ... .. ... ... ; smiui is uacK irom a inp line uuy. ne went over ic in some fixtures for the Ifnichino but did not find LI they being lost in transit Sale One of the best pianos made, sweet toned -:. i i ti.. run a very naiiusuiuu nun- iashcase. This instrument ood bargain at tho price It may be seen by call- the Presbyterian manse. Geo. Smyth and son Fred out to the ranch with Geo. Saturday afternoon re- Ig tne next ciay. i...

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 — 13 May 1911

i itil i B minium u-i-uui iiimiwwwi NO IMMEDIATE WORK IN ORCf.ON. A recent dispatch from Spokane- to the Journal says: Presi dent Louis W. Hill of the Great Northern was waiting nt the Northern Pacific station tonight together with C. M. Graves of tho Spokane & Inland, a Hill roa 1, and Carl S. Gray of Porlliu 1, when the train hearing Prcsidi it Elliott of tho Northern Pnci.lc castwanl arrived shortly hefc ro 10 o'clock. Tho heads of t'io two hig systems greeted each other cordially. Thoy wero join ed hy E. J. Cannon, the North ern Pacific's attorney, and im mediately repaired to the privacy of Elliott's car. "The proposed joint usago of Hill and Harriman lines in places throughout the northwest is still a matter of debate. I do not know that such n plan will be worked out, for I don't know yet how it can be satisfactorily," stated President Hill to n Journal correspondent just before a meet ing with Elliott "I will leayo for Portland with Mr. Gray and Mr. Harris, chair man of ...

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 — 20 May 1911

o '$ f Mia "MU Hum WMWaHiWMMU tf ?EIP Wicn1 J-tnritcu (Country I'm en Hri-tt of ,I28,K00 nui ol Inuri, 4,0Bl,P'l m'H'b jet ncniil nuliivcl lo entry uin'iir llio nubile Innd Iiiwm ol tho UiilU-d hlatcc. m OThc tiiw-3rtrnl& Tlio Olllclnl I'npor ol llftrnoy County lina tliolurmut circulation mUoimol ho best Advertising medium In Knilotn Oregon. She XJL II. xxiv BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORECiON, MAY 20, 1011 NO 27. UG CHANGE IS NOTED W. Hill Tells Oregonian of His Trip to Central Oregon IFFERNCE IN SETTLEMEMENT Districts Developing and Homesteaders at Work drying Need of Interior is More People ana mil stem Will Help Commercial Bodies Exploit State. jorful changes ns compar- the condition of Central a year ago wero noted (is W. Hill, president oi iit Northern Railway, on of the interior portion of ;e, from wlncn no reuirn- erday morning, says the ian. a-e transportation even mnrkable is predicted by ti 11. as well as by Carl R. president of tho North ead: Georjre B. Harris, Bin of the ...

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 — 20 May 1911

o p ii i.n hi ii i n iminmi mm mm ! i I:, h i ! t J ''f ' I it 11 e Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Disj by, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Guffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RWBT-THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the H. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. ia, ,- Jt Ihc liuics-SUraM. SATHIUiAY, MAY SO. l'Jll .'lUIWi.KIITION ItATKN Ou Yir . Sii Monlh ... ThreMuntl.. MM. IAN HVIU I Ik If nK Personal selfishness should not enter into the matter of the now public sclftol building. ItK location is a small mattor com pared to the general good and urgent need of the building. If try. so to spenk, wna changed by the wonderful production of that section. Suppose the railway develop ment that wont forward up thero had been made in this section, docs not every sano man know that Harney County would bo tho Whitman County of Oregon...

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 — 20 May 1911

a o jMMygjwttBlrtrtWMl.iMMMIIIMMm.i.wiMMwwwMWMwMw ' TSW f . ' ' . "" " ' ' ' III jhnes-Pcrald. I.AKOKBT CtllOUI.ATION or ItWBPArKn IN T1UB COUNTY. jlTUROAY MAY SO IHI L,ocnl News. nui.lli- miction Saturday En May 27tli, sideboard, able, beds, music cnbinct, Co, (I Is lies mm kuchch Mrs. L. C. Biggs. Wlass was up from Nar- ring tho week. kt Schcnk Bros, niul soo Panama hats. Chandler was looking nf- Sncss in Burns yesterday. ; Jowott and family left ny morning ior isaKer 10 and complete lino of arden and flower seeds at Grocery. fcbl Cecil and son Homer Krcrfor Silver creek dur- 1 week. IPLETE NEW LINE OF AND BOYS HATS AT 3USY CORNER STORE. I. D. W. Yoder of the high lief t this week for Portland Idem. He will spend the &n period in that section. land seo the late arrivals i coods. shoes, ties, furn- etc. at Hagey & Rich- iind Mrs. J. D. Bunyard ' o express through tho nt Ml?. . Tf 1.1 as ot Hie umcs-iicram Appreciation of tho many sicts of neighbors and following their recen...

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 — 20 May 1911

-.., iff r vE1 i if ; INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence.) Tom Richardson has returned from Baltimore, whoro ho carried on n short publicity cam paign and organized the commer cial interests so they will boost their city. Mr. Richardson re ports n great movement liaa been started thcro to induce Americans to see their own nnnnlrv hnfnro troillff to EUI'OPO. A big convention will bo held there January 22-27 next to fur ther this idea. "Oregon should bo dcoply in terested in this convention." said Mr. Richardson. "If Ore gon could secure one per ccntof the people of the congested cities of the east who should move, it would more than double the population of the state. The old East 1ms no patriotism. The people talk about, travel in and know only Europe and other far countries, and European travel drains this country of $400,000. 000 every year. Every commu nity in the West should strive to make this convention one of the greatest ever held. We must arrest foreign sentiment an...

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 — 27 May 1911

O n "-J "WFWHWWI.1 IfJ.lW't iThc iTlius-31crntd Tlio Ollli'int 1'iiporuf llmnc) Cumity Ims tlio Inrgost rlrriilnllon nmt In umi uJ ho lnt iitlvorlinttiir nioilluiiif In Knslt'in Oregon. Elie olrrnl Homey Couuiru Ciivitii nn urea of 0,428,800 nri ol Inriil, 4,(hlt,liril nrrcN )it viunnl miliricl tr entry iimlir tlio public land Ihwh of tlio United hl.itcB. IVOL. XXIV HUUNS, HAUNKY COUNTY, OUKGON. MAY 27, JDll NO 28. grtmfiefa TO CUT ALFALFA iter in Breeder's Gazelle Some Good Suggestions Gives MAY BE SERIOUSLY INJURED lit Until Second Crop Shoots Have Started, Then !rSi4 Wiflinnf Itnltiv l?'il.-i Unfiti-i. I li'ivnc Klinfior Jilt ,T UIUMII 1V"V - .F,- ...v.. . ... JI1IIIV1I Lnd Lot Cure in Cocks is The Advice of Writer. re are today a multitude of rwith their first crops of , on their hands, wondering it ought to be cut. I am as- fthat to know when to cut m after one gets it is ahso- cejisential to ones success. the novices hurt or ruin alfalfa by ignorance of this rer cut aiiaiia un...

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 — 27 May 1911

r I ffmf m ' f MP vl ( f 1 1 I .! I Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg NEW SPR.NG GOODS Now on His.. lay. Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSIN PRICES ARE RIGHT--THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the . V. 1). Under- Union 'ak Two Piece wear in Suits. i J Site imcsi-urafd. HAiuiui w. m i .?. im M'HM ItllTION KATKS Ohm Vuf IJ.OU jlx Month. I 00 Tbri'u M.mth. .76 1III.IA Ml lll - - - Ihnno CHANOKS SUU(!l;STi:i). The Times-Herald has had the condition of the bridges and cul verts called to its attention re cently by an auto driver. This man took the pains to count the number of bridges between vehicles of that character and avoid the necessity of lifts and jolting to heavy loaded teams. This complaint, is not confined to motorists, nor is the suggestion for improvement in their interest alone. It is a matter of concern to every farmer, freighte...

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 — 27 May 1911

o n 'J U 5P k, Times-flcrald. I js tllK I.A1WKBT I'lltCUIiATIUN Or NKWBfAl'KU IN T1IIB COUNTY. 6ATUK1IAY M Y !I7 lt-11 LocmI News. nt Schenk Hros. and see new l'anama hats. C. Kggleston, tho Oregon rninn, is in tno city. bert Swain is enjoying ft iloso easles down at the ranch. ris Cooper is recovering a case of spotted fevor. itfino and complole line of , garden and flower seeds at I's firoeorv. iNof. K. II Harris and wife W,. gone to their larin near laiftrly f r the summer. (QUI and see the late arrivals feess goods, shoes, ties, furn- tijfegs etc at Hagoy & Rich- i. Times-Herald failed to n last week the birth of a lighter to Mr. and Mrs. Mason at Corvallis on May 7. KWlda Hehrendt, the optician, at the Hums hotel until 1. See her about properly eel glasses. See her ad. L. Kinley has accepted the n of state game warden. inley spent one season in iy county studying hird lite quite well known here. Ware was in Hurns this Iiis first visit in four years. s quite a -change in our...

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 — 27 May 1911

4 i '! ywwiwi itim4mvmtMi association, amnion Of oitk'iiop tim; MANiMWi-ruitnia' I'OHTliAND, OH. (Menil rnpv nf piper ) To llio I .liter I'll Is Hie drat of n norli"4 nf ailti-'r In l.e aetil nut I")' tint Minntf n'tiiri m' Wmii'l itinti to liulp COMMKIJI'i: 111'IMHN'O, plittiiilnle tin' ili'innml fur "Maile In tlii'mi" emiila, uln.li Is oiii' nf llio ninia nf tli' inanel it'i ii If Oregon Is tn iniv Iii .1 numifii.iui mj; vny, i ml If In-i pruapitllv i In Ik1 iimlutiii iel limit ii fait level, lier iiuiiiifadni Tn inn! lie siippni Inl, mill e mi t aeel. 'itf j inn ciitihil MiMpnrt in tin' i' iinp.n ii I t are rni ilui t litf Vi mi' ,i! M'inlliiK mime ivlltoi i:il "fillii," ilmli v i in.i) liml iihi) lor liiiin Hint' In limn Wnii 'I inn "i ml tin i rnpv f t li o p.i pi'i i mil hi i j ' M.nlt' In Ori'nii" in it ItT 1 Wit n.iiihl upi'i ci'l.i t u xii;t;i'.itl fttilll 1111 v If- . f.tii.Wfcj.'&V jMADE IN OREGON 5 MADE IN OUBOON. Tli niultinltcilv (iml ilitrr-ity of li1tirlit mi, nl...

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