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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 December 1908

i 1IMIIIIU A CWKTtV W8 tftt ro MH ifcartor I'nrtimi ,fnl Ttwal In treating pn Dr W J Smith, of irs. I Prom a paper read by Editor Bennrtt. of the Dalles Optimist. before the Oreiron-idaho Devei- "the olv remedy I net opment Convention. -Iijnjrs in Chamoorlam's I am only small fry in the Remttlv While, of c newspaper field. The 45 years would treat mptoms I have spent in and around tlu different luaaTaliisl I have used newspaper and printing office?, this remedy many time in my have been wasted, thrown nwn . medical practice and have yet dissipated, lost, for 1 know ai- failed to find a case where it has solutely nothintf about n not controlled the trouble. I paper, and n blamed sight less hnve used it myself, as has ; bout a daily paper. I do not my wife for cough and aollfcl r -ask you to take my word for this, peatedly. and I most willingly All you have to do t find that I and cheerfully recommend it ns am telling the truth is to g the place? arbare I am runnincr edy to my knowled...

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 — 2 January 1909

Hefkl She It nlHilMHwsniMt Tttu9Hrl9 1 1. official PnfMsr of Harney Com tj l ihfltffit aix-utati u ic' lMn Oovorv.ttt aren of G,428,0o of lnri, i,B34,951.refi yet vmanl ,nttfit:t to entry under the public tit dttt et ih UolMJMt. wte Waaim rn- -- Vv jl.u RUUNS, HARNEY COUNTY,. OREGON, JANUARY 2, i0 NO. 7 Sri vnt mmt & f 4 XSSL1 ! M i( -J J V PlifidtD WEST LINE FIRST '.kT)t MO&T 1HTORTANT OF ?? NEW RA1UTOADS. i,-ijrl Tfcta fa! ( he FotUwwi iky fcafitf Htny flibcr TttfMlfcWt NtrthncJt. M iftonoy economicidly construction. The result of the interview Is known to have beofl highly iStla factory to both the Govern and to Mr, Havrfman. Rut oic(i of hia'oesire to he known tto the ruihond builder of this orny other ago, Mr. Harriman is wise enough to -Ifjiow that valuable territory must be occupied by Wro soon or the field left open to the attack of his rivals. The const ruction of the St Paul's Pacific Coast extension has done more than any other single factor to stimulate rail road...

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 — 2 January 1909

" m v " - J 1 Ehc o iinos-HwraCil UI'HIUY JANUARY J 19(1'). siTiwnniTIO RATIWi i.0u in. m ii Month ihuHi Mttnth I I I N Ml II l The Times-Herald hopes to see local business men take up com numity affairs in a spirited man ner and try to advance this sec tioi without first seeing immedi ate personal benefits. We will all reeieve benefits if we work unselfishly to build up Homey county. ili ii (in n ( i idi ( ii x - lion Iml) c MilK i Hi I, I Hihb.mi. .1 M. Dalton. J .! Opnogun hiU u 1. Ut4tiiiA were appointed on this com mittee. Several things of importance wew suggested by vartou speak ers and opened op manors for futuro discussion and action. Anothei meetinj? is called for next Tuesday evening. Let all our business men make an effort to be present. WOOL MfeN OROAplZljl). The proposition of a co-operative plan of disposing of wool and the conducting of , warehouses that has been discussed by the wool growers of the west has been realized and the big plan will be put in operation at ...

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 — 2 January 1909

r The Trues-Jlesald. in VKOEBT OtUOULATION Of at Nirtv8! apku'in TltBcWraTYr"4 I $0 STOCKMEN: J H1VU i'AH a. UKW. Locnl News. 'tine prints of any township in , Hums land district, showing i . lies, dates of the same, topo-1 .i-itphy. reserves and vacant land. Trice $1.(10 each, lour order tilled and forwarded on the fol lowing iwail J. C. Turney, Hunts, Vrgon. E. B. Hill hns returned to his atne in tlio south end. The schools will again tako up ork next Monday after the hristnns holidays. See Hopkins Bros', assortment f Carriage hontors. Best on ie market. Bedrock prices. The Harney County National ank has an announcement in i his issue that should bo read. . V, -Jr-,Klink, Uia telephone iaan, is over from his Grant county homo" 'looking after the fine in this district. Mr. and Mrs. A Hembree have been up from their homo at Nar rows the past week the gtiesta of 1 1 ilatives andriend. Ira Mahon and Miss Vera lien-. kl Wt for their respective Mother Byrd is not so well at ig this morn...

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 — 2 January 1909

T V )ft Y S I LINL PIRST. Cohh contracted at Ihw s. awn Linueil from pngo one. ) of tho year nro quickly relieved with Uees Laxativo CourIi Syr- fee. T 1ntrit)llA lfj ltf-f Tw1o tVAM I ik road will then do systcm 0f tho cold- Tlensant to i tivt to avoid the luui-'ti.- i rv,. .i,;i1m fnc U ! . nd will join the new cough8 coi,i8, croup and whoop- ..ini.. .v.v tntr pnnrrn. nn 1 iv i nil wimuijiiii' Sumpter Valley Railway Co. u ol Iho Wilt coicnicni point uurui IlknH, J ills. ie 's only a glance nt tho OlVtrnTl to Sfl( U'llilt. t.llftso 1 bi 'ding projects would hi to That they are I o jfi ami will bo announ- i irhost moment that Re loiul tions will warrant be ' tatc d s ith nositlvenosB. Bofllcuh i the Ilnrrinmn fs hi ro idmit ns much, but in- Ktiiftv dtxiaro tins oittcntiiy fi'd I o romature and miRht i c). some of tho plans which Lw I nr carried out. r 1NDISTRIALN0TBS. (Port1 n Correspondent) 10 ll ih the travel year iar th wi'ic Northwest. The I m, a- . ' t icjeous rates are in "r V...

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 — 9 January 1909

.&.. fev t , r .fa ?C(lc (SrcnJIn.tietj'.CCotiitiiij Covcrs.Bii nri-n of f), I28.K0O miff of lflti). 4,().'H,ll01iiicrOR jof Mirniil mlncl to entry iimlor llio public Inml uiw ol tliu Uhltrd'Blntcu. 3ric ftimcii-aiernl& TliuOlllctal I'nporof llitrtiey Coimi v tins tin1 lurptt cluii i ' i 1 1 i n i tlm bft nihntltuiit lunlltiliiklii nm ii Oregon. Ifi VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 0, i!'W) NO. 8 A. f-fci jb. rsrt4 "ffl ft5i3 n-tm .. .A x, A.ytLv' m ysk JJ-J l'J WIJIr J'J V ' ! V IV WCltNd LAW SI ILL HOLDS (Mi i IF1.D REMINDS C0N0RESS SHOULD III: MODII'IUD. IT Wot rn Conjrcsimcn llaic Taken no Action In Repeal Obnoxious Statute nnd Hie Law Will be Enforced. f i ret 'n Garfield, in his ar m$ once more rcininm i os-4 that the law prohibit icing of the public dojnaln imuns on the statute boota il nd hatwhiloitreniainsjit-imlUltuliarvest a crop aggregating 18, n forced. lie, however, mal hi i it plain that, in the cpin- t the Department, the sutl- i "c , law, m us...

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 — 9 January 1909

1 -ui dj -- : hc $tmcs-SicvCu T17HI1AV. JANUAKV 1W. : i-A-a.-:., v xtUJ -tlllWtMtlt'TlON IIATK8 (JOv! t.0" lx MoutbK rhtcoMoutln LI l.Ji IIYKImP - MOTHER. "I have fought a good fight I have kept the faith." Nothing truer, nothing more beautiful could bo said of a life well spent and so full of noble deeds. This quotation was used by Rev. A. J. Irwin last Tuesday afternoon when ho conducted the funeral service of one who lias long been a faithful christian worker in this section. Mother had been so long with the people of Harney Valley and was so universally known, hon ored and i espectod that the loss is not only one to the immediate family but to all her wide ac quaintances. None ever entered her home without a warm wel come nor loft without feeling the warmth of a genuine hospitality, so characteristic of the people of her ancestry. Disease did not destroy the charm of a kind in dulgent disposition, nor diminish her unselfish solicitude for her friends and loved ones. Mother depar...

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 — 9 January 1909

a ivjju 'he Times-J-Ierald. T1IK IiAIlOKST OIIIOUI.ATION OF ANV NKiTSPAI-KU IN THIS COUNTY. 8VTUIUIVV, JANUARY 0, 10OU. Loenl News. Blue prints of any township in the Hums land district, showing entries, dates of the same, topo graphy, reserves nnd vacant land. Price $1.00 each. Your order Hied and 'forwarded on the fol lowing mali-J. C. Turncy.Burns, Oregon. Dr. H. Donmnn has gone to Portland on business. Matt Riggs has gone to Port land to have his eyes treated. Sec BpM.is Bros', assonment . f Carriage heaters. Best on Uie market. Bedrock prices. Mrs. Robt. Irving came down f i oin Harney Tuesday to attend iho funeral of Mother Byrd. i Tho Harney County National Hank has an announcement in this issue that should bo read. Loyd Johnson has been in tho city since last Tuesday looking after some business affairs. Remember the Inland Empire., 'ii-alty Co. furnish competent lji free. If you need help call n 1 see us. U'coiver Davey of the local , .id office has been confined to w home f...

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 — 9 January 1909

p u INDUSTRY NOTES. (Portland Correspondent) Tho Portland Commercial Club has introduced u novol feature Colds contracted at thH season of tho year arc- quickly relieved with Bees Laxativo Couh Syr- DurhiR the blizzards reported from various sections of tho country, tho hospitable climate dp. Its laxativo quality rids tlio i of Oroson is especially npprccia- system of tho cold. Pleasant to led by dwellers in tho "Hcavor Stake. Dost for children for State." that should bo adopted by every f, coIl,Bf croup nml whoo. community in Oregon. It is tho appointment of a Nowcomer's Special Committee, and that Committeo hold its first mooting Saturday, outlining a plan to bo carried on throughout tho entire' year which will result in giving each and every newcomer tho "glad hand." Tho apples of the Pacific North west aro tho subject of an ox tended article in a recent issuo of tho Saturday Evening Post this attractive presentation of the fruit industry to about five millions of peoplo is a rec...

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 — 16 January 1909

!Rm .&i$iaiL'm&ir' jj&m V iJ M $ Wlc linca-Hcrnla Tim Olllflnl r-npurot Unmet) Qpun ty lins tlio liilitl lion i 1 1 it on llu- Utt lulu'itlsliip niulliiiinilii 1 Mi'in Oii'ii'hn. Cnv,rnl.fli" nruii of 0,428,800 him ol Innd, 4,(Ui (UGlui-rcin yet vn'Hiit,,niluu't lo entry tinder tliu public Innd littth of tint UiiltHl'Blfilwi. i VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, .1ANUAHY 10, iM.!) NO. 9 ' I - ' (J & jit - - 7 P " u i Kslb. TfcoRl.1 1 i I VsiS!&!( OI:SfiKT LAND UW LAID DOWN .KGrARV 01' INTERIOR ISSUES RUfl ULATIONS OOVERNINfl.' impMcts Issued (lhc Important Information Regarding the L and Knowledge Required ol L'nlrjmcn, etc. Local land offices throughout ('to public land districts of the 'nitod States have been sent pamphlets for distribution con i.uninR tho regulations govern-, nip entries nnd proofs under tho desert land laws together with suffKostions to persons desiring to take up -such lands. The issue is of importance owing to the many recent changes i...

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 — 16 January 1909

JSB3J3KiaQBHBLL,!SSe: ,' WWy J til ! .. " TTT j Xtauftl:- LLkl, ) u 1. 1 liul juirr r dATUHIUY. JANUARY Id. m SUltSUUIt'TIUN IIATKU: Ono Yer Mx Month ThrcManthi. ItC 1.00 iUI.IAN IITUK - - - MfiMApnr Some of the hustlers of Ilarnoy county aro planning for the or ganization of an Inland Empire League, consisting of representa tives of the interior from Prine villo to Boise, and which will look after the publicity and other in terests of the territory. The proposition will be put into shape at an early date and membership solicited. The similarity of con ditions in every part of the In land Empire will make an organ ization which should prove elec tive politically as well as in other directions. Ontario Argus. We would inform the Argus that we have formed just such an organization as is suggested in the above paragraph. The Burns Commercial Club is ready to co-operate with similar organ izations at Boise, Ontario, Vale Prineville, Bend, Portland, Coos Bay or New York. It is big enough...

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 — 16 January 1909

Sues-JIerald.ij f KST ClIlOUi.ATION or Kit IN Tlllfl COUNTY. HANI K in, 10' ll News. lof nny township in district, showing ,of the same, topo- res anil varnnt land. each. Your order vnrded on the fol- M.C.Tiirnoy.lJiirnH, i gon was in the city f I, Newell was in tho PS ion is spending the amestoad. coks Want Add of onal Hank. pton was over from ch tho first of tho, ; n Carriage Heater la' I llii nl 11 rr to yjr. tho Burns-Vale E is iookihc aucr leiv tliis week. bo co ! now.' pair if my coyote Ale at $10 oaeh.- kbard ino anil wilo nave i. IF YOU WANT IF YOU WANT i Absoh'.to Biifoty for your Iuh(1h; To do biiainoHH with a bunk which h obBorving HtirioLly tho NuMoiml Dunking Lawn mid which iH concluding it h nffuirn along Btifo ooneorvutivo ; linos; IF YOU WANT. Knir, impartial troiiLinont, coupled with tho aaaur : nnoo that you will roooivo ovory courtesy uud bo j rendered ovory ' consiHting with banking, TURN WI2 WANT Your Hiiukinur and solicit it on u bank ing basin. The First Natio...

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 — 16 January 1909

!u v ! L I' . -JWB. I I DESERT LAND UV LAID DOWN. Continued from flrat, pnjjo. withdrawal of the land on ac count of a reclamation project, the affidavit explaining tho hind rance and delay should bo filed in order that tho cntrynmn may be excused for such failure. When the time for submitting final proof has arrived, and tho cntrynmn is unable, by reason bf the withdrawal of the land, to make such proof, upon proper showing, as indicated horein, ho will be excused, and the timo during which it is shown that ho has been hindered or delayed on account of tho withdrawal of tho land will not bo computed in de termining tho time within which the final proof must bo made. "If after investigation the ir rigation project has been or may bo abandoned by tho government tho time for compliance with the law bv tho entrvman will bejrin to run from the date oil notice of. such abandonment of the pro ject, and of the restoration to the public domain of the lands which have been withdrawn in conne...

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 — 23 January 1909

' HlJllMMl Ste 5ll ; STIie QTIuics-HeinlCi TlioOlllciiU l'npor ol Iliunoy County lina tho In t put i n 1 1 ii hi i olio tho hut mhcrlleliip mediums in 1'nMein Orciioii, l (Uvenl 3Hnnu'y Couttlru Covors nn nroa of 0,428,800 nrfos of Imid, -J,f,:! I,1i5l nrros ytl vnennt enliuil lo entry iiikIit llio jniMIr land inwi- ol tlio United BtaliB. 'ill "alll ii 1' Itu VOL. XXII 11URNS, HAIiNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JA.NUARY VA, i 0 NO. 10 I. It lO Ull un mr. lun i-nr hi u flslit mill mi. I on irti r IlKllt n I it I I' nut unite an lo I i I w Vft I tin in 'll I fuMcr, 'uuilcr r ip. IU hliu die ' lucil I on tiar cat UJt l it In ark ic(t ir. in un ill i .ir titu 11 ! ! nil!, tlrs un ar U r r l "l u ai r- 11 blpl tar I l.af "3S l or I 1 atk laft l llll K-IO V' iinu I ar 1 ira ird! II 0 . lj. I ill II. ' i ttiu I t reel ' u ' nnl fLi.O i ilthl i llnl I li ftel aioi ' di ' tie mil tiilaB I Will IMPRESSED Addison Bennett Greatness of THE SHAME OF If People of Our Own Stale Realized What n Magnificent Ump...

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 — 23 January 1909

r W'i&ifi-mrmta2kMZS225ZJlJS r s -. ' .. " " t - ...i.i.ii ii '' ' 'r .! i . , -a She 9iu0-gcv(d. aAT0nA.T. JANVAUV S3, 1909 BUMSOMITION IIATK8I Ono Yet . Six Months lUrooMoutbi 1.00 . .75 ,1111.1 AH UYIll) - - Mmiitf TAP CENTRAL 0RCQ0N? The announcement tlmt "Mr. Hnrrimjan is"nbout to build a rail road into'Ccntrnl Oregon," which appeared in The OrcKonimi a day or two ago, is another ono of those semioccasional mouthings emulat ing from pome of the Harriman Office boys connected with the 0. R. & N. or S. P. lines in this State. The peopleof this section have been fed upon such rumors for many years, long before Mr Harriman emerged from his dingy Wall-street office to find that there was such a plac'c as Oregon. Hut let the reader lor a mom ent ponder over the latest pro- nunciamento and think what it means for us to have a railroad built "up the Des Chutes to Red mond." The simple announcement that such a road is to "tap Central Oregon" is on a par with the railway promises...

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 — 23 January 1909

The Tirues-Jierald. HAB T1IK I.AU0K8T CIHOUI.ATION OF ANY NKWBrAPKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATUIUIAY, JANUARY S3, IW'i. Locnl News. Ulue prints of any Unvaship in the Hums laud district, showing entries, dates of the same, topo graphy, reserves and vacant laud. Price $1.00 each. Your order -&i filled and forwarded on the fol- Tn8So lowing mail- J. C. 1 urney.Hurns, Ron. urbank Clay was a business itor to our city yesterday. fclison Phonographs and re ds for sale at Lunnburir & Uon's. If you v..nt a Carriage Healer tonkins Urns', is the place to t a pood one. ' Drs. Mnrsdcn and Grillith yes-1 rday performed an operation r imiss LrCCii jOX lor u mseaseu w. Catch those coyotes! How? jVliy. with a pair of my coyote ogs. For sale at $10 each. r. L. E. Ilibbard. In purchasing real estate, he- are ot tne title, uemand oi o grantor an abstract of title the land conveyed. Hnrncy 'ounty Land and Title Company. Sunday morning and evening here will be services at the Pres- yterian church in Hu...

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 — 23 January 1909

MHmmmaKmmmimmmmmiimmMKKt ,MrS J 1 .) . idUmMUhH V f VI l lout 5000 head of eedinit o t s. Ad-1 :iov, price, etc., and S Livestock (in uiijron, also It i I ir t Nationtil ! Toi'. IiH N I Ml u:, Mnn.iKer. a vOPoshion uifi d 10 oltor in lii tin i paper, tno pnnni.ii'.i me just pin, Nebraska, by Fnpbt il a ul do ot- ect of how to farm imtrv and how to k fiom svil tillage conditions. This &1 bill's, Scientific otter it clubbed Ds-Tcrald both for fash. Prof. Camp- ler is a monthly, i ood thing, the in kind in the unuouics tne re altor s l i ny years in c .tiffation of fpropobit'on. r rouble Curctl. iny tumble with ijou should take Stomach and liver P. Kioto of Edi "I lue used a iffcrcnt medicines trouble, but find Stomach and Liv- bencfkial than fedy I e or used." Egood dealeis. )TICE Iti riu our prrsanal c II itnn of thonc lie same haw beon 0. II Lr( ml. A c 1 ii i Mio tlis- nfti r p p-vmpt r I'll"1 i r ic-ted. '.SP'N & fll MvV. I'm cr Sores. Fovor sores and old chronic sores sho...

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 — 30 January 1909

8- M94S?F!li3.C,'iS',,"''3''ie ranpaws ri mtiimiw&v'zrr iiafaamaiisEii; fix QHiits9-icral& Tho Olllclnl IVtporof llnrncy County lina tliolarRitt cliuilntlou mid la oiico tlio licst mhcrtlslnjt iuuIIumr In En Plot n Oregon. fEfic Wrenl, JJnrncjj tfotttilrtj Covers an nrcn of 0,428,800 ncres ol luni). 4,0.11,051 ncrcH yet vnrnnt enbjcct (o entry under tlio nubile land InvvH ol tlio United Btntes. VOL. XXII BURNS, HAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 30, 1009 NO. 11 v UF v c v SOLUTION OF Pass Proposed Desert Amendment and Range Question is Settled DO NOT PERPETUATE IDLE LAND Make it Possible for Home Builders to Take Land Under Right Laws, Compelling .Cultivation Present Range Methods do Not Produce"1 Stock .in Proportion to Cultivated Sections. The advocates of public land leasing are still active and per sistent as evidenced by the print ed program of the American Livo Stock Association which met in Los Angeles this week. Dwight B. Heard, president of the Aii zona Cattle growers, ...

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 — 30 January 1909

t -t? -- kM " iicjs-Ym'dCil. . Oil I OC 71 in v a 1 l 001?- i vduced n ulinjr t il'-y- " aney l only mten- .i itor i Loiv- p ple the hen an ov - true llJOS t , to i oi ri ii do a -Hry 'net it i i for , but -late m pose irt of ul use ,. alth. la- mi ll con 11 do V u of n for Bpo I fc M i Be Oi ' fi I Ft sin. Hi I.' v n lTni and tant r of at Oregon ' -t as for 1 1 r a 'i the 1 ( c nt- of re k tint that i. lop a is I so e to rued -,e in ally -e of t'as- ubia J-va- i are ary -tab- rly nor my, . not n its It , tell o for the U- i nose not ii .my i f -w - ' af- . ,e" ,r -as i f If o he i , s it of our ted alii-' r t. .i be t ) 'et o nt cur ( Airt 1 of oiisti- lillSt uuie rary r ac ' i v tnt will tern ' v- TT i i lr re i 1 1 1 by i in? - hMK; hi liar- j i ,i hool ( niniy faooke t i I cir- i i 1.1- iunw ins all ing a u de- i ai n t i i ' j'Jcd I not get uttn ast- ,)'i) cly i ''( ( t- ,ip- di .i h ( r Orogonl Thoreforo il should not bo expected to remain in its pro sent state. Its magnitude ...

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 — 30 January 1909

te Timcs-JiBrald. llAB THE I.AKOKBT GIWJUI.A.TION OP ANY KKWSrAl'KH IN TIUH COUNTY. SATURDAY, JANUARY TO. JWW. Local News. HIuc prints of any township In (he Hums land district, showing intries, dntcs of the same, topo- rrnphy, reserves and vacant land. price $1.00 each, lour order llled and forwarded on the fol- jwing mail J. 0. Tnrncy.Burns, ! JroRon. I I Hdisoyi Phonographs and ro-l ards for salo nt Lunuburjr As' Jalton's. If you want n Carriage Heater lopkins Bros', is the placo to let n good one. Mr. Conrad and wife were up rom their nomcsionti near Wright's Point the first of this l-eek. Catch those coyotos! How? jVhy, with a pair of my coyote jogs. For sale at $10 each. )r. L. E. Hibbard. I N. B. Sutton took his depart- a-e Thursday morning lor mo Ikanogan section in Washington Iherc he thinks of investing. Don't forget tho mask ball at arrows ret), lz. nan-is Itzgerald will manage it and Iarsey & Welkcr's orchestra will irnish the music. In purchasing real estate, be- ar...

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