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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 18 October 1913

bast Circulation Of Any r In Hrny County. LV. OCTOBER IS. 113 cr1 News. tmoro was in town i centrifugal pump for Wilson. fal fa, timothy and red may !o had at the i barn is south Burns le McClintock is hav. porch built on her Mid other convenient its made. NATIONAL BANK OF HTAL AND SURPLUS it BANK THAT MAKES $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS ilkes, the Harney Be which J. 1',. .lohn- t on the racing circuit, money in a trot at llast week. chardson asks a chance n your winter supply Will meet prices of le house, ttive him land net his prices be- asinv- je license was issued I to George Baltazor oren.ana. We under-1 foung people have been their home in the srt of the county. nans, the new pro- the Windsor Barber ling the land oflkv, is i do first class work in invites a share of the Ide. Satisfaction in fcct. 48tf. een was here this week ?ue, Wash., and pur red of 320 acres from & Western C'oloniza- bn Soldier creek. He il farmer and expects I his property at once. eray .i-year-old tiily 1902 - 19...

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 October 1913

I 'JP The Scrap Book t Wat Eiy to Read. On a Phllatleiniiln P"i"T worked li age Kaufman, n Pant, Wbo wrote clever, forcnfnl, inuiKrnt Wltori Kaufmans Kngllsli was ""I" "' but lila writltiK was iranossiutt' t - -- to ImVO IllM'll ili'lli' "llll .1 teat pin mitt an iispliiilt inlMiiii' fjaatgs Keiniotly wna (In- only mftn an lk copy tok nlm rmilil road It Onu Oaj Keiiiif.lv ciiihi to Kitltor 'I'll'"")' eoo.ahaltliiu M. hond "H'h nil off," il i be. "I've l" i mj punch I rratl '! i ehlng of Kt iinn'a with perfocl until I "l i Ifwny tlinuiRli, nml lln'ii I atuok I ilon'l knot. wh.v. The rmi half n( lib stuff looi i i"-1 i rat hnlf. Kilt I dint "' "' " Thompson tonh thnl uiaiiuarrlpl over to corner By ami l Tliiinimmn nan back with llnr-i of strain nrotind hit mouth. "I'm it up ' Kaufman." aid he. "KUIiit lie' '.'n ih 01 vro have." Bo when Kiinfiiinn came I" Iho gave him hi manuacrlpl nml I'll lm ta go away aomcwlioro nii'l tlntl ""' vrhat It meant. Hy nml !' he come back beaming. "It wii...

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 October 1913

Jiefalit r I r COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The Stale Of Oregon, Best In The West CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggest MM I! County In The State Of On BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 26, 11)8 NO. 60 XXVI 1 She ffimrg County In The State Of Oregon CREWS BUSY ON RAILROAD EXTENSION Progressing West From Juntura. 160 Cars of Ties Sent and Steel for iridges Being Moved as Needed. I alk of Extending the Road South rom Bend in a Klamath Paper nes-Herald has clipped Bting articles on rail- cts which are repro- aw. In addition 10 Smith of the Burns who recently returned p to Juntura, states the BbeiiiK prosecuted this that place and Chief Ion Engineer usDorne with the statement Ine would reach River- i first of the year. The i say: five train crews em- the work of building id west of Ontario and ept busy. the freight going to is 160 cars of ties, ould put at rest the if the road being com- tiverside at once. illy all the ties that at Vale have been ay and it is annou...

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 October 1913

COME HI!RE A MINUTE! We wan. to talk to you about that Overcoat you need. The only way to enjoy this brisk weother is by wearing an Overcoat. Come fti ann see us about It. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon J Ihf !HutYi(! JULIAN HYRD Manager I and Dromon i8 beinjr advertised in new liht. That hen hns deposited 291 effgs in the trim nest in a year and now has lirr picture in all the paper. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATES O.. Y-.r Si. Months Tare. Months No better dividend paying In vestment is open In capital than a dependable telephone llnedirecl . MUSICAL RECITAL FottiWlnl is th program to be rendered at Tonawama next in das evening by pupils of Mrs. Rembold and Mrs. Dodge. They will bo assisted by Miss Loual Smith. Violin KnHenible Wiegenled, Schulwrt Russian National Hymn, run I.cu(l Agnes Poky, Rathlcun Jordan Charlie Welcome, Vivian Wert Ed Goodman, thao. Bpragu Violet llarkev. Hazel Ows...

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 October 1913

S' J .mes-JIerald irgr.t CiriuUtion Of Any kpor In llirn'y I'nunlv. IAY. OOTORFR25. IBIS el News. h oentrifujral pump for b. Wilson. korge was in nil busi' the wool;. Mrs. Chattel Huki from Lawen Thuraday, Ifiilfa. timothy and red lied may he had at I lie ed barn is smith Burna snbfi'K of the Hluo Mt. was here from t '.in lays durinir tlio wi ek ler his interests. NATIONAL BANK OF LPIfAL AND SURPI US, tHE HANK THAT MAKES IS SAFE." ACCOUNTS etlioil k'lt tho first ol 1 by way of Bend for i, North Dakota, whi re after some lm Ir a time. Same to my piece' over one spotted cow ' (Connected on left hip. prove property and , bs. AlVin miriuurt, regon. finney. (lie initano Sve of the Orojron & 1902 - 1913 FROM BIRTH Down to tlif PRESENT TIME FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Burns hns earnestly endeavored to ttronfhtan and conserve Hie legitimate business interests of tliis great Harney County. That our efforts have met with tho public's generous ap proval is evidenced by our large and ever-increa...

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 October 1913

n MM IMITATION PEARLS. Tbsy Are Mada With SMIIIM d'Orlent, Fish 8el Product. Aa tbo real pearl i-oiiim from tlio ojrs tar, Mtot large extent la the maim facture of artlOcial pr-arla dependent on a certain species of fish. The coin plete processes of manufacture ST Bf courae. trado aeorets, bat It la Interest log to know tlint It Is from tiu lull llant acali-a of the nlnVt. Of MnJ. tbal easence Veriest la produced, "rltb thla essence Inillnlion pearls srp SHM The May la mmII Baa with a grass back nml n white Ml. SOS" tba " oases la obtained swloatrolj from its White scales, trbfeta are eotarad with i pigment of metallic n i i - r ti-- Tinv are Brat ireatad triib ammonia and then with nan nine. porrist being first obtained nml then n DBStS wM'li can bt eoallj apwnd 00 kIuks in the earlj stngm of pearl manufoc tare, about Its I Ma santn I'orlenl waa applied to HHIa balhi of plaatsr, but the ti'iui eiMlnie nml the damp hent of the human bodj modlBed tba ndhe sivo qualities of tba pearly...

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 — 8 November 1913

-flefaljtx COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The Stat Of Oregon BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 8. )!,8 NO. 52 XXVI for fpmrg :k feeding possi- 1ES GRAT IN HARNEY Ible Method of Disposing of Farm lucts by Feeding on Place and ius Enriching Soil as Well as a her Price for Forage. Market :k at The Proper Season Now stock man is seeing Bien it will not be the for him to sell his e fall and have them her localities to feed when the market is i great amount of feed larnev county is goinK leted in an entirely dif- ner in the immediate , fact the time is right he local man 10 Keep It home and feed as the near enough that the be driven to it at al- Kme in the winter with- rial shrinkage and get top markets at Port- the stockmen of this have sold their cattle Ua county men wno to their farms and on alfalfa, later turn- off to the Portland mar- andsome profit not only tie but enabling 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 — 8 November 1913

B 111 COME HRKE A MINUTE! We want to talk to you about that Overcoat you need. The only way to enjoy this brisk weother it by wearing an Overcoat. Come In ann see us about It. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns Oregon (Khf flimcs-IirvaCd JULIAN HYRD Manager SATURDAY.NOVEMBF.RH. 1913 SUBSCRIPTION RATKS On Ynr Sim Month Three Month 12,00 1.00 .75 Burns Public School Report for October. The following is a report of school district No. 1 for tht month of October 1913: Pupils from last month 191 Rejristered new 13 Readmitted 11 r Value of Headlines. The real purpose of the head line is to catch the eye of the reader, and interest him in the subject matter. Thai is the purpose of the headline to Jhe news item, and that should he the purpose of the headline to the ad. The news item would be ex tremely unattractive if the paper did not feature the mosl important news items with ap propriate headings. In most of the isrse ...

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 — 8 November 1913

Ernes-Jfcrald t Circulation Of Any In Harney County. NOVEMBER . ISIS ml News. jer is in the city. kraut at Uinnburjr, Kern was in the lay- centrifugal pump for Wilson. falfn, timothy and red led may he had at the I barn is south Burns stale Rroceries when lireet from the whole- tret prices from inson, tne civil engi- jntractor, who is do- lrriRation work at in tne cuy, accom- is daujrhter-in-law. ihone company is put- le new polls and other- jving tne lines, ine auld be better when are made. NATIONAL BANK OF ITAL AND SURPLUS fHE BANK THAT MAKES 5$ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS Came to my place over fo, one spotted cow i connected on left hip. II, prove property and ten. Alvin Hurlburt, )reg,on. rhanlson asks a chance bn your winter supply Will meet prices ot Ho hmiNP dive him I and get his prices be- ssing. . laker has decided to rearling and calves on winter and make " This is an experi- ; should be followed by far stock men. Statement Of The Condition Of Th. First National Bank At Barns, Oreg...

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 — 8 November 1913

I imi millllMII r A MILK WITH MI. Oh, who will walk n mile with BM Along Ufa merry wn.v? A comrade, blithe nntl full of flee, Who dare to laugh out loud mid tree And let hi frolic fancy vlay. like a happy child, tliroiiKli - flower (ay That All the field and Mat ,ll, way Where he walks n mile with Br. And who will walk I rnllo wllli me Along llfe'a MMI rBJ'l A friend wIiohp linirt has even toaee. And stare shine mil uVr the darkening Irn. And the unlet rest Hi I he Mai of the tlu.v A friend who knows and ilnrvs toaay The grave, eweet words thnt cheer the wn.v Where he walks a inllo with tnc With snrh a oonirnde. such a friend, 1 fain would walk till Journcy'a end Through summer sunshine, win ter rain. And then? Farewell-wo shall meet again! Tlenry vim P.vke WIALTH A HANDICAP. One of the greatest handicap that some young men have In the outset of their career Is the possession of an Income which will relievo them of the mves alty of Independently earning their own livelihood. This re...

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 — 15 November 1913

Ii 1 .t I COUNTY OF HARNEY r CITY OF BURNS Tl L The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West p & The Biggest City In The Biggeit County In The State Of Oregon EHM J3fl -4 Jr4-9 lil 4Pv-1 A wiy wmwi sW V vv r L. XXVII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 15, 1013 NO. 1 .ROADS HAVE NOT REACHED THEIR GOAL on East and West Line Reported Upended Until Spring, Yet Only hiter Edges of Central Oregon is i ouched. . Joseph Gaston Tells of tountry for Real Development oiron Eastern nun on sir men and paid them Bay last. This does not trever. a complete cessa- brk as there were about A to keen up the track j in connection with the jtractors, says the Vale lis are laid nearly to me Ssing beyond Juntura op will be made until ontractors have corn- air contracts. fce work is going forward as possible and steel laced on the bridges as the concrete is made it. Iwill not be more. work Madras, and may reach Bend by the middle of June. But Mad ras is not Central Oregon. It is only ...

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 — 15 November 1913

J "" "enBtaSBaBtaeaBaaeB"aBsssaa jm COME HERE A MINUTE! We want to talk to you about that Overcoat you need. The only way to enjoy this brisk weother U by wearing an Overcoat. Come In ami see us about It. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon $he fitf-ittta(u JULIAN HYRD Manager SATURDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1913 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On. Ymr Sim Month. Three Mentha $2.00 1.00 7S r Preparing the Copy. "Copy is the soul of adver tising," and preparing copy that atteacts, interests and con. vinces is the diflkult work of the advertiser. Among tin' things to he taken into consid eration in the preparation of copy are the headlines, illus trations, type, the pace, class of people to be reached, season of the year, etc. The first purpose of the copy is to attract and interest, through construction and ar rangement. That is, the ad vertiser must so prepare his copy as to draw the attention of the reader away fmm the news mat...

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 — 15 November 1913

ics-Jierald lest Circulation Of Any per In Harney County. Y. NOVEMBER IB. IBIS ch1 News. i Is is up from Narrows. I traut at Lunaburg, t Co. Johnson is up from I centrifugal pump for Wilson. itton and his mother Bsterday from their lusmus and wire wore this week after a big plies. tfalfn, timothy and red ed may be had at the I barn is south Burns res and lanniy will am the farm for the Uey win occupy me residence. NATIONAL BANK OF I MTAL AND SURPLUS IE BANK THAT MAKES I $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS ia Sprague returned! f this week from a. Lake. She returned Baker where she daughter who is in 3ame to my place over one spotted cow I connected on left hip. prove property and bs. Alvin Hurlburt. jregon. Br to this omce tnis Pillson Harrison states ing to put in s drug fcwsey and will remain Iwill not maintain his this city after this SUtMMnt Of The Condition Of The First National Bank At Barns, Oregon, October 21st, 1913. RESOURCES Loans and Discount $325, 264.07 U. S. Bonds 41,000.00 Bonds and Se...

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 — 15 November 1913

'mmmmw . Amr POWER or THE MAJORITY. It In Important Mt to confound HtHlillil-y with d'tvo or the tJivut iimr of n thing with iim dwaUon In democratic- republics tho ihvw pr which directs aoclety I 0t atablc, for It often rliiingpalinnds ninl aasnnipa n now direction, lint whichever wn.v It tnrna Ha forco la nlntoat Irresistible. Thl governments of llii' Aini'il. :iii repilh'.lca iippc-ir (0 inc I" I"' M much oentriilleil mm Ihorc of Ibt tltllm niotnirclilc .if BurOPO, and nunc MMTgOtlc than Ihe.v are. I do nm Ihoroforo Imagine that Ihc.v will pcilli from wenk neaa. If over llic free Inslltit lions nf iiicihti me ilcilnivtsl tllllt t'Vclll ml In' tlttl'lhlltcil to tin- Hiiinii'i'ii'iH of tiic majority, whi. ii nui.v at noma future tlma raja tin- mlDorlttoa to fleapara- (Inn mill oblluc them to Inivi' Pa cram lo pujralcal torn tin nrchj in tiii'ii i'' tin' raaolt, but ii win imvc in'cn brought about It) ilivpoiNin 4httta ilc 'j'oi'iiii iiic THE WOMAN WAIT3. a ehuafjuj IW lu'iiiiul n i...

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 — 22 November 1913

-Jietfaln r CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The Sute The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I I Of Oregon, Best In The West BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 22. 1913 )L. XXVII NO. 2 ffte 2Km.e ER PERMITS FOR RIGATION AND POWER ty County People Secure Permis- n to Divert and Impound Water r Irrigation. One Man Wantt to teclaim 7,500 Acres Lying Near le West End of Harney Lake the past quarter 150 r the appropriation of re Deen issuea oy me ineer. ot wnicn numner for the construction of According to these I is proiosed to irrigate es, develop 21,716 ir, as wen as ior and domestic purposes. ruction of the works tin these permits would cimately $2,300,000, of kunt $550,000 is estimat- sst of constructing re- acres with the waters of Rattle snake Spring in Sec. 7Tp. 26 S. R. 24 E. J. M. BalUoe of Andrews, for the irrigation of 10 acres with waters of springs in Sec. 1 Tp. 35 S. R. 33 E. J. R. Jenkins of Princeton, secured a permit to stor...

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 — 22 November 1913

In COME HI-RE A MINUTE! Wc want to talk to you about that Overcoat you need. The only way to enjoy this brisk weother it by wearing an Overcoat. Come in ami see us about It. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building . . Burns, Oregon (Thr $taf0-8ttxCt JULIAN in Rl) Manager SATURDAY. NOVFMBF.R 12. 1913 Mllt'.t Id!' HON RATIS One r, Si Mnrittt. Thn re M.n.'ln n II uman Intensifying Desires advertising baa changed completely man's w.i. i of liv ing. History tells u- how primitive man lived. History tells us how man changed hJl his ways f liv ing, and hi i every day desires ami ambitions. History ;ilt tells u )i :. an article was yes terday lot I ed upon us the pro duct of an unbalanced mind, toda) looked upon as a luxury, and tomorrow looked upon as a in i ity, ll hut illustrates the ever changing mind, the ever changing human desire. Why is ii I lure is thai con stant revoluti m going on in the human heart between everytning new and...

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 — 22 November 1913

- L erald argeet Circulation Of Any r la Harney County. DAY. NOVIMin M. 11 J Local News. Hey was in town this l kraut at Lunaburjr, a elty was doing busi- lis week. centrifugal pump for Wilson. 5tion was visited by a w storm Wednesday khe first of the season. lfalfa, timothy and red led may he had at the feed barn is south Burns I'lllinms was over from reek home during the ling after business in- i Kaunders, the piano Hb doing some work in lis week, goinR out to his homestead. NATIONAL BANK OF I PIT AL AND SURPLUS rHE BANK THAT MAKES H $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS I WHEN TO DOUBT LET SAFETY be the deciding factor and deposit with the FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Burns CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 ACCOUNTS INVITED Harney County Warrants are worth 100 cents on the dollar at our bank and we rey and tamiiy were their Crane Creek week the guests of s parents, Mr. and Terrill. . .. . V Innn nnn tin. fn nOVfl J.C.V-C till VI TO 11. V IIU W the mountain place to the present with their r. Mr. Mace states ...

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 — 22 November 1913

BOWSER'S HUNCH It Was That His Mother-in-law Had Come to Town. HE FINDS HER ON THE JOB. Mr. B. It luffsrino From Hsadacho, th Cook Ho Boon DioohorQod, and Bowoor Eato Mool of Mother-In-law' Making Troubloo Multiply. By M. QUAD. ItEWlHtlt Ma, B) aSBBBletel l.llornry SOON Bftaf 'iilUiw illll iilrkli' vvllli DM Mum'Ii (In- I'llior iln.v Ml ItllW'K.'l' In-null I" va " liunrli. If veu nil BHlM s lo ll", ""' won. hIkiiIHi"- at ii dlctlonarj Ho MITM 111 Iiiiik Ii all Hi'' lltBT DOOII. It Ixiiinlnl lli- II I ' " "1' l,i,M for MM It got HIT III M mill. ' with III"' It aiiwl "I Hi' lata '''"' 'l'll' he snltl I" Utflawll "It's a uii.kIi llml Hi"! ilniii'l "ul mollier-ln Imv of mil"' aa nrrtad If sbe hns Bad she k;iw"- IM BJ Hilu music. DM) hiiiM'ii aftTa iiirn'.i mi bar soul!" Tho Ihiih'Ii bada'l Had bm waa tlicrc. mul Mrs! tttlDg b Kiiiil :i "S-h Ii Ii! Sum It la In 1'1 ttli DIM of bW lllMKllirlU'H 'Shi- Is. rli?" In' oxi'lnlniril "W'lu'ii i irfi i in- ii.uisi' this mornlna Mm lluuscr ns n.s ...

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 — 29 November 1913

JleMo r 1 r CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West L The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon T S . BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 29, 1913 XXVII NO. 3 She iTOCK SHOW BE OF UNUSUAL SCOPE to be Made From All Over The lion and Services of Most Famous restock Judges to Take Care of lasses, ut. fwerr v,onrers vyiui le Secretary of Agriculture than 20 x 100 feet and that sufficient material will be pro vided to occudy a similar area in the Oregon state building. RESOLUTIONS F. & Portland Corrc)oiulcnt) over the West, and i of the Middle West- come reports of in- bibitors at the Inter- restock Exposition to the Portland Union December 8-13. ifrom Wisconsin, Hoi- Arizona, Herefords horns from Montana on dress parade by fancy livestock from Itural colleges of Call- kho, Washington and tump's herd of Jer- Monmouth, Oregon. the errand champion Ithe United States at I show in Chicago was be entered, and the no...

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 November 1913

uglm m mm m mhhmbm m m MWHHHBIHH COME HERE A MINUTE! We want to talk to you about that Overcoat you need. at The only way to enjoy this brisk weother it by wearing an Overcoat. Come In ann see us about it. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon kt tows -$rtafd JULIAN BYRD Managrr SATURDAY. NOVEMBER M. HI3 SUBSCRir "ION RATES On Vr.r Si Monlh. Ttm Meat! $2.00 too 7S this controversy but the West should he jriven more voice in the matter and the states havinr. natural resources really be con sidered. There is no disposition upon the part of conservative people to squander the great benefits now in the northwest, hut the eastern idea is not alto gether to our liking. iVL ' A .1 I !-! neerruiness in rtuvcriiinj There is no denying tl ue of cheerfulness in bui The proprietor of a business always enjoys a better trade if he has a sunshiny disposition. What would we think of salesman who is dull ana .-ul-len around t...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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