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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 17 August 1912

MfajtittfifiB Kb Tiraes-JieralcU IUt Tha Ltrgett ClrcuUtion Of Any Newtpnper In llrnry County. Look Here! SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 10U Locml News. ftvnrvihtmr for ImvillK at Shelley's. Horae collars at .1. C. Welcome & Son's $3.25 each. Adam Geanro was in the city yesterday on business. Florsheim Shoes arc thobesl wo carry them. Scur.NK & Williams. Ferd Tipton was circulating nmonjr his many in Hums during the week. Winona wnirons are the best For sale by Harriman Mercantile Co. Cleaninjr and Prcssinjj neatly done by Schknk & Wii.ua.ms. Second hand saddles of all kinds at Shelley's Shop, $12 and up. C. F. Croxton and Mr. Albrit- ton were in the city this week looking after business matters. Shoes at cost-latest and best at James Smith's Shoo Store, op posite The First National Bank. aatf Sylvester Smith was a business visitor during the week. lie re ports crops and stock fine in his neighborhood. Ask my customers whether I do satisfactory repair work or not the price too.-W....

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 — 17 August 1912

w COUNTY FAIR GETS GENERAL SUPPORT. (Concluded From Vint 1'nRc) up sufficient money to induce them to como long distances and take a chance. After Bomo years working at cross purposes the fairs of the interior have finally como to an understanding and so arranged dates that it makes a circuit which may bo attended by race horses and other amusements that go toward entertaining fair visitors. This year they begin at Drewsey and there is suflicient timo between for the horses to reach Burns, then to John Day and from that point to Prineville. With good programs there will bo good strings of horses and we may look forward to the -best racing the interior has seen for years. The speed program for the Harney County Fair has been published nnd sent out in poster form. This program may ho changed to suit the horses in attendance at the meet if it will not fdl as advertised, therefore horsemen are assured of some good purses and so arranged that they have a chance to win. The race program 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 — 24 August 1912

i.lil.Lfi'jjJHaiimayjM'gwi'Tww'BfaMi)Hwi tfr o H'titf nf VV I CITY OF- BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In Tho Oiggett Tho Biggest County In The Slate County In Tho Stnto Of Oregon Of Oregon, Bct In Tho Wcit H tttt uwwpaijcqw p BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 24, H12 VOL. XXV NO 41. Jl44J' wJlWfr ' v- V. V.'' "" REVIVING OLD TIME COUNTRY FAIRS Greater Individual Interest In Local Fairs Than In State And National Events. Renewed Activity Every where Manifest And Much Enthus ism Displayed For Home Shows One of tho most cneouraKinjr demonstration of tho superiority sitrns of tho times is a very iron-' of certain new methods and man nml ronwnWpnincr of interest in ' airoincnt over thoso of earlier the county fairs says a, writer in ' days, as well as creat inspiration the Farm Prosrress. For some in every unusual bucccss and vnrs intprflst seemed to wane, iiracticablo innovation, because as n Inn uortion of tho farmers these have been achieved nnd other country residents mad...

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 — 24 August 1912

' ' " '-J ' 1 ' - " magSBSmHmmwm,mHprmlmmmrM r U! g&saaJiaiij Lakeview Bunch Back AIMIITIPNAL LOCALS. 1 b C R i h di m eh sa 1p se; ah fir. Cli wil wil 1 but to J Ha e tor 3hi r"ac 3ho ixh trot tat Fi leu (hi th len C ere K. Yesterday You may have made mind to order a now suit coat for Fall and Winter up your or overwear. TODAY You may think "Now where will I order that new suit or overcoat and what kind will I get?" Don't let those things cause you the least bit of worry. Come To Us TOMORROW And Have Your Measure Taken, pick out the goods that suits your taste, and just leave the rest to us. We guarantee every suit we make. Schenk & Williams Leading Clothiers I. O. O. Building, ... Burns. Oregon JULIAN BYRD, - MnaBer SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oo. Y.r S2.00 SU Meolh. I 00 TkfM Month. .75 New. From Sunirt was found a case of heart failure as no water was found in the lungs. This was the only thing to mar the pleasure of the trip to Lakeview and it cast a gl...

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 — 24 August 1912

BrTTTTTITBnl 1 1ll IHHIUHlllMimi Times-J-Ierald IUt Th Urgeat Circulation Of Any Newppr In Hurney County. Look Here! .1 SATURDAY. AUGUST 24, 1912 Local News. WE HAVE THE, Everything for Imyinjr nt. Shelley's. "" Can you beat it? Chain har ness $19.50 at Shollcy'H. School Supt. Hamilton and his brother Ora were in tho city the first of this week. Shoes at cost latest and best at James Smith's Shoo Stoic, op posite The First National Bank. 3tf Ask my customers whether 1 do satisfactory repair work or not the price too. W. H. Shel ley, the harness and saddle man. Tho CottaKe Inn serves nn ex cellent chicken dinner for !J5c every Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:00. Wanted Several relinquish ments near railroad. State price, location and kind of soil. Ad dress this olllce. tl Tin Gibson came over from his Silver Creek homo Tuesday to consult a physician and et medi cino for Mrs. Gibson, who is quite sick. Those eleRant moth proof chests at Clevenger's are just what you are looking for. T...

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 — 24 August 1912

f ar- i i J - i i I 1 V b U U u c p S) CJ fr st th ex eil mi C. rm ebi wii infl gal cro bib pat fira con DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR YEAR 1911 Thli r.drertlsed llitot delliuuienttnM's for tlie yr 1011 is In ymrstintico of nn act of UicStkto LcKlnUturc, wlilili l 1 mbodled In charter 275 ol tho General Lawof the 1 9 1 1 Session . The taxes on tlio (olIowtiiK dorllst'l wal properly bocamo delinquent on A rll 8, 1912, anil aro subject lo n poimliv ol 10 per cent, and Interoit at llio rale ol 12 por cent per annum nnlll llwj sliH Iisto been paid. Any day alter tlio uzpltAtioii ot nl niouthi alter the taxes charged against the following real property arts dillii quent thesherlft U autliorlrod, upon dtv mand of any person mnMitB nppllinllmi acnlicatlon. to Isstin to thorn i corllll- cate of delinquency upon payinviit ot the taxes, penalty, Interest and'tot ol adTSrtUlnK. Prtlflrata nf tloll till UUtlCV shall l"'ir interest from the date of iisunuce until redeemed at the rate of IB per cent pe...

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 — 31 August 1912

)iiwiuwiuiiiiiui( tuamujij ""-mi'i.'i'-J L j,i.ij. mi Mumm tLiim in i mil WW Will ! nMttmmuttHtm W& Wimt :5uZ53BI J ..liJHI CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In Tho Biggest County In Tlio State Of Oregon Tho Biggest County In Tho Stale Of Oregon, Best In The West efrftirnrniw VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 81, 11)12 NO 42. ClU'Mt.m.'.HUI.ij'jmn in. .,..,., i. ,.,.. 'XTLtllSL I ill Iff SHOOTING TOURNMENT FOR FAIR WEEK Harney County Rod And Gun Club Preparing Program For Big Shoot With Neighboring Clubs Followed By Big Duck Shoot For Visitors A meeting of the Rod and Gun I como is n big duck shoot to bo Club was held at Tho Times HeralU office last Wednesday evening at which it was definitely decided to hold a two or three days shooting tournament in this city during fair week and invita tions will be sent to several out side clubs to come and partici pate. Details are yet to bo ar ranged but there will be a num ber of cash prizes besides one or more l...

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 — 31 August 1912

wzBvmeaa m& z mm II if M fl I L II w I s1 ! 1 h ! . e a i n I1 1 34 Yesterday You may have made up your mind to order a new suit or over coat for Fall and Winter wear. TODAY HHHHHHHHi You may think "Now where will I order that new suit or overcoat and what kind will I get?" Don't let those things cause you the least bit of worry. Come To Us TOMOTEROW And Have Your Measure Taken, pick out the goods that suits your taste, and just leave the rest to us. We guarantee every suit we make. ond Thursday, making tho trip In Mr. Dofcnlmuith's cnr. Tho latter ma promised to tnko parti cular interest in tho coming county fair rind has promised personal friondu ho would como and soo them durlnjr fair wcok, bringing his family and really visit Hums. Ho will bo held to his promise ns it is not right that a progressive spirited man of his makeup should not bo in closer touch with this Bcction and bo on more neighborly terms. V Schenk & Williams ttf Leading Clothiers I. O. O. Building, - - -...

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 — 31 August 1912

inuimiiiin ''lU'jufiMummiuMtnim hbb ib Times-JJerald'l 1 lint The Largoil Circulation Of Any ' Newipaper In lUrnry County. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 191! Loonl News, Everything for hnyiiifr nt Shelley's. Will Gates was in tho city this week. Can you bent it? Chain har ness $19.50 at Shelley's. Link Hutton has boon in the city a few days this weok. Shoes at cost-latest and best at James Smith's Shoo Store, op posite Tho First National Hank. 39lf Ed ErH has pono out to the ranch to make some improve ments. Mrs ErH and daiiRhter remained in town. Ask my customers whether I do satisfactory repair work or not tho price too. -W. 15. Shel ley, tho harness and saddle man, Tho Cottapo Inn serves an ex cellent chicken dinner for 35c every Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:00. Those eleRant moth proof chests at ClevenRcr's are just what you are lookinR for. They are tho best piece of furniture you could invest in. Wanted Horses nnd cattle to pasture, $1.50 a month per head. Would take cattle on share...

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 — 31 August 1912

I: V V" M b ilt i 8v ii i h Li rt DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR YE All 1911 Thla advertised llstot ilclluquenltav a for tho year 1011 la In nrsiwiico t nn act of the-State lxRldlnliiro, wliiel" i embodied In clmrtor 275 ut tlio General Livwof the 1911 Session The Uses on llio following Athflrttsid t property K-cnmoilollimuont on A.iil 8. 1912, iul imi sulijeol to a pcnh o( 10 per cent, nnd Interest nt tlio nW ol 12 per cent per Annum until the) shall hT been paid. Any Jy after Uio uxpltMlon of alx month after tlio tinea clinrRiwl ngttlnst the following real proporty nre tlelln quent tliosliorlft Is atltliorlsixl, upon de mand of nny person making application application, to Issue to them a eerlifl cato of delinquency upon payment of tho taxes, penalty, Interest nml ,'ot o( advtrtltlug. Ccrtltkatea of ilollnquoney shall Wr Interest from tlio date of issuniut until redeemed at tlio rnlo of 15 per will ptr annum. Acty, Herman, s Imlf o qunr, -e 1'.', tp 40 s, r 30 ; nv quur no qunr, sec 13, ...

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 — 7 September 1912

ium 111 i inn 1 1 n ' ' i nm urn i i ii in in i i 1-uiniwninniiiimuMiiwiiiiiiui.ini.nMwMi ujijatuuiujumuuH-igiJ.. .ijj u mm Mmmmxuuu.ni-! n i .imwi-.H n. fpmi, ... I. JjmihiiiIhI I i'iiTiMi n AliBiiBT "tt Tt!i irfTrT"" "r "TffiirmgimmiTi i CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In Tlio Biggest Tho Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Bet In Tho Weit County In The Stato Of Oregon VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 7, 11)12 NO 43. f She I COUNTY OF HARNEY mi - III '(ZJltTiUjX B 1 BURNS BALL TEAM ARE VICTORIOUS Home Team Won All Three Games In Recent Series With Prineville and Makes A Fine Showing In First Series Of Season. Games Planned For Fair Week at Prineville Tho Burns ball team carried off tho honors in nil three Ramos played Sarurday. Sunday and Monday with tho Prineville boys. All tho Ramos were interesting and some excellent work was done by both teams, although more or less errors occurcd. Tho weather was rather for ball playincr on both Satur day and Monday, but Sun...

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 — 7 September 1912

J 4m TMBHKr- f - H t r 2 6 2, i n q qi 34 raeamkm'.auMrtaiaE Yesterday You may have made up your mind to order a new suit or over coat for Fall and Winter wear. TODAY You may think "Now where will I order that new suit 'or overcoat and what kind will I get?" Don't let those things cause you the least bit of worry. Come To Us TOMORROW And Have Your Measure Taken, pick out the goods that suits your taste, and just leave the rest to us. We guarantee every suit we make. Schenk & Williams Leading Clothiers I. O. O. Building, Burns, Oregon Sbs imj5-lJwaW. JUUAN BYRD, Manager SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1SI2 SUBSCRIrTlON RATES O.. Y.r Six Manilla TV. Monlk. $2.00 l.OOl .751 ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Vulcanizing at Gemberling's Best canned corn $3.25 n case Harriman Mercantile Co. W. W. Webb ami wife are re gistered at the Burns. Horse collars at J. C. Welcome & Son's $3.25 each. Dry slab and pine wood $G.50 and $7.00 per cord, cash only at Lumber yard. Workmen are busy placing the foundation f...

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 — 7 September 1912

WtSP m m t i 16 Times-Gerald Hat The Largest Circulation Of Any Newtpaper In Ilnrnry County. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1012 Locnl News. Winonn wagons nro the host, For snlo by Hnrrinmii Moramtilo Co. Miss Neva Hodtlor was hi tho city from tho Sunset homo Thurs day. Tho Cottage Inn sorvox un ex cellent chicken dinner Tor 85c every Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:00. James Paul, tho Hnppy Valley sheep man, was in tho city a few days this week renewing acquain tances. Those elegant moth proof chests at CTcvoiiKor's are just what you aro looking for. Thoy are tho best picco of furniture you could invest in. Tom Jenkins stepped on a small rock some time ago. ami sprained his ankle quite severely. He is able to bo about with tho aid of crutches. Lost Between the Hudspeatli residence in lower Burns and tho Simon Lewis residence, 2 yards black chiffon veiling. Kinder please leave at this office. John Hoss is in tho city suffer ing from an attack of rheumatism He has not been in for some time a...

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 — 7 September 1912

. g I II DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR YEAU 1911 Tlill sdvorllsod list otili'llnqupiittiixcB for the yer 1011 la hi tnirstmiifo ot nn net of UioBUto I.CtlsUtaro, whltm is mbodloil In charter "75 ol the General Lawsof the 1911 Session , Tha Uses on tlio (ollowlnit advertised real propotly U'cnuifltlollnquonloli Ajult ik 1912. Htul nru stililect to i mmnlty ol io per cent, nnil Intsreet nt Uio nitr ol 12 por coin per annum mini uuy hwii ' haro bean ralil. Any day alter tlio expiration "I 'V months alter tlio taxes churned ngnUm the following real property nro ilt'lln ' quont the uliuritT is authorised, upon do- wand ol nny person maVlns nppllrallon ' BDnllcatlon, to Issue to them it corllfl- cato ol delinquency upon payment of the taxes, penalty, Internal and renst ol adTsrttslac. Certificates ol delinquency shall l)r Interest from tlio date ol Issuance until redeemed at tlio rate of IB por cent por annum. Acty, Herman, e hnll o quar, sec 12, tn 40 s, r 30 : nw quar no iiunr, see 1:1, tp40t...

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 — 14 September 1912

uiiniujniinimujiun.imii " nmnmj aiiiimjmiuaj.mia imm CITY OF BURNS tttW& COUNTY OF HARNEY Tho Biggest County In The Stato The Bisftcst City In Tho Biggest )j CoilntV 111 Tho Stnfn Of Oroo-nn !! Of Oregon, Best In The West III immamm VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, .SEPTEMBER 14, 1012 NO 44. She ifeMiX VT WELL DRILLERS STRIKE WATER Supply For Settlers Assured. Success At Hampton Booms Free Land Territory and Opens Desert Act Opportunities County Pays For Experiment, Which Is Successful GIVE THE BOY A CHANCE i Any Boy Will Do Belter In Every Way If Give A Chance To Follow His Own Desise In Selecting a Profession Says Agricultural President The most important singlo to do with hnvlng tho well drilled, achievement in the history of the it, however being tho direct out- southeast homestead country was accomplished last week when a permanent water supply was ob tained by well diggers at Hamp ton, says the Bend Bulletin. Tho new well is 1G7 feet deep, and has from 20 to 40 feet ...

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 — 14 September 1912

lfrl it fHmca-Jtaf tl JUUAN BYRD, Manager SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER t. 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ob Year SU Mentha Three MonlH $2.00 1.00 .75 Now that the railroads are building the mostimirortant mat ter for the development of this county is the Silvics irriRation project This is admitted by all so lets push it The bountiful crops of the sea son demonstrates the fertility of our soil with sufficient moisture, therefore we should give the ir rigation projects our support and hurry them to completion. It is time to begin adjusting ourselves to the new order of things the advent of railroads. This should have some consider ation from local men who have the best interests of Burns at heart MARSHALL STROUD SHOT AND KILLED (Coticltultd Prom Tint 1kc) bo much more can vq accom plished by a community that is united we need harmony in Burns and the co-operation of the people of the entire country to make Harney county what it should be. Every one should be a booster for the upbuilding of the countr...

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 — 14 September 1912

"Hi'mut'in.!! jm m ' ifPWOTttHBfflO I I f. The Times-flBrald;! Hat The Urgeit Circulation Of Any ""H-l"' - w - i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1912 ' " r?r Locnl Nows. s Mrs McLcwl. mothorof Mrs. Cal Clemens, is here on a visit to the latter. Kobt. Drinkwntor nml wife were over from their farm this week on n visit to relatives and friends. The CottaRO Inn serves an ex cellent chicken dinner for 35c every Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:00. Misses Enid Cawlficld and Beatrice Hotchkiss left Tuesday for Monmouth where they will enter the Normal for a year. Prof. II. J. Jokisch and wife have moved in for the school year. Mrs. Jokisch is one of the teachers in the public school. THE FIRST NATIONAL I1ANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S95.000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. M. H. Brenton and wife have gone to the Blue Mountain Springs over in Grant County to spend a few days camping and rusticating. Those elegant moth proof chests at Clevenger's are just what you are ...

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 — 14 September 1912

H mm nwrnmcH . i r t h u n 51 II U 1 tflLINQUENT TAX LIST FOR YEAR 1911 ThU Jvottlied Hit ot delinquent Uxca lor the year 1011 la In puranatico ut n act or lb BUto LcgUUturc, which la eitxxlteJ In charter 375 o( tlio General Laws of tho 1911 Session Tbo Uxoi on the following aihortlsou real property became dollnquoiiton April 8, 1013, and nro subject to n penalty of 10 per cent, rul Inferos! at tbo rale of 12 per coiii per snnum until tbcyslisll bTO been iald. Any day after tbo capitation of six months after tbo taxei charged against the following real property nro delin quent Uiesberlft Is authorised, upon de mand of nny person making application application, to laauo to lueni a certifi cate of delinquency upon payment of ths taxes, penalty, interest and cost of UTsrililnKt Certificates of delinquency ahnll bear ldUrcsi from the date of issuance until redeemed at tbo rato of IS per cent per annua, Acty, Herman, a bait a o quar, aoo 1", tp-iOa, r 30; nwqnar no quar, hoc 13, tp40a, r...

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 — 21 September 1912

BBJtBWWWRS i iff"T 't '-watmmmmimmmmmnnm kjijjji i. i i mmrwmmmiimrmmtrmH pmefflefdjX iMTBBMiTJBMmwfjy j CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY Tho Biggest City In The' Biggc.t County In TIio Stnlo Of Oregon Tho Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Bct In Tho Weit II am eTL-ttrtgcnaaalt VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 21, 1J12 NO 45. SSBSUSi She I i' f I iV I.A L. W. HILL OFFERS HANDSOME SILVER LOVING CUP FOR BEST INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AT THE HARNEY COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD AT BURNS, OREGON, OCTOBER, 1 TO 5, INCLUSIVE Louis W. Hill, Chairman of' the Board of Directors of the, great Northern Railway, whose t nqypcacy of the local I omuy fair us one of tho greatest agencies for rapid development that a community can use, has signal ized his interest in the success of the Harney Gount Fair by offer ing a silver cup as special prize to be carried away b. the most enterprising li armor in Harney County having the best individ ual exhibit 6f agricultural pro...

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 — 21 September 1912

lit Ba i BR 3 ' !:: I n 3 b r h i 31 31 qi r a 23 in so qO 84 JULIAN tJYRD, Ibe iuHciafd. Manager SATURDAY, JETTFAIDER 21, 1012 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oaa Yaar ... . 2,oo SUkUatlu 1.00 TW.a Mnlr ... .75 in i ii A Lack of Unity. Wo nro nil working for a com mon cause and each wants to do his part toward tho upbuilding of tho country and our little city, yet wo nro working nt cross pur poses to some extent. Ono man Bays thcother fellow is not doing tho right thing, although ho is given credit for being sincere in hie efforts. Wouldn't it bo bet ter to all get together and dis cuss matters and sco if we can't settlo on some plan of action that will meet general approval? That's about tho only way to ac complish nnything worth while. Tho Times-Herald would bo in an awful fix if it followed the advise of all those who suggest for there is a great difference of opinion. Isn't it possible that tho business interests of Burns can be more a unit on matters for the public good? Think this over an...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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