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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 15 May 1909

o i i J A, r&anFrrr MM f t-a ' ir . 3 i , C ft fc V ' 1 .i r ". a v 'A.A ' f ' i i i If.. Ui f rr ') f , - i NOTES FROM SUNSBT. - Ananias - Miss Ncvn Ilocldor who is teaching tho Parker scliool ennio homo Friday for a visit with tho homo folks. Mrs. Conrad, who burned hor hands quito novorely whilo work ing at tho Oregon hotol in Burns, camo liomo Inst weok. Mr. C. C. Connor and wife, of Pendleton, aro in tho valloy at tho homo of W. G. Hoddor. Mr. Conner has considornblo proper ty interest in Sunset and expects mndo it a mutny instoad of a dls located skcloton, for tho skin of tho beast is intact, although vory much wrinkled as becomes ripo old ago. It will bo proporly mounted and brought to Seattle as a part of tho governmet exhibit. THIS IS DIFPORUNT. In Secretary Bnllingcr, Mr. Pinchot seems to havo encount ered an ofllcial that is familior with something elno besides tin theorotical sido of forest preser vation, forest reserves, etc. Un to reside hero permanently in tho uio...

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 May 1909

1 1 .sfeJte -' &r , a y j W " v j, - v-jhfrPfcT.v VJtK MMMMMNIII PmBU(MWNWaMHHIi eIB Vftc ttrettl Slnmejj Couiiiry Cover n urea of 0,428,800 ncict o( land, 4,034,051 acres yet vacant, tnlilcct to entry undur tlio public Innd Ib of ttie United State. r V1ulin4dl'alk The Official Taper ot Harnoj CoUnly )im th target (Imitation amllionoof thft bet MlvcrtlshiR modtuina In Eastern Oregon. BU11NS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 22 1009 NO. 27 lOL. XXII fiji gimefjief WORK HINDEREDtZ!S:Z & I tlioir growing in your winter I woods here, at homo wo would only havo them in greenhouses. it Of Railroads a Handicap toW rhododendrons of Ynqulna JJiljr mv juiiuuvta uTwii 111 uivhuii. and special excursions ato being run to Newport to boo this gorg eous flower at its best. Reclamation Projects EF OF SERVICE TALKS its in the Interior o( Oregon cannot he Carried on Account , Lack of Transportation Lines," says Chief Director New Water Law GoodIrrigation Conditions better. i absence of railroads in...

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 May 1909

; Lr rn:i-;f mmmmmmtmtwmti mmmmtmmmmmjmmtitm wttmk MmmiMm WWV'Wfl qmmmmm m an (ThriTtMrt-atvstd. . mm ' ,,w.j uuun AATimuAV. MAV K, ffH ,, tiUHSOKtlTIOH RA.TKH Ouo Yen.... lx Month.... Three Uonlti. .1.0 Ul.t.VM IIVUH - - - WIIBRB IS HARRIMAN? WhoroisMr. Hnrriman? Whoro is the Deschutes railroad? ' What of the promises that tho lino would bo built as soon as right of way could bo secured? Tho seasons como and go and tho flowers bloom and fade. Wo have official assuranco from tho reclamation service that it otters, no objection to tho Deschutes line. Wo have tho further as surance that it wants the lino into central Oregon. It says Oregon offers tho greatest field for irrigation of any state in the union. Its unreclaimed areas of fer the greatest number of homes to land seeking settlers. Its powers for wealth through the toil of those who would till re claimed soil is beyond that of any other state. Its opportunity for adding to the producing wealth by settlement of desert areas is u...

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 May 1909

-v s Es-JCerald. aAKOKST OIKOULATION Fl WSl'APKn IN THIS COUNTY. BATUMI AY. MAY M, mt. Locftl News. Strnud, of Hnrnoy, was in our city Wednesday. Cal Clemens has purchased Icy Dickenson property in riftlth was called toJun- Ihis week to see Mr. J, L. , uft who was ailing. Uru.sa JJodson lolt yes morning on a visit with a and friends in Boise. Alice Adrian, daughter and Mrs. B. V. Hamilton, i 1. Thursday on n visit arents. Sutton and children left ay morning for their new in eastern Washington Mr. Sutton wont and pur- land early last winter. Frank Flieschmann and itz, of Canyon City, are d will lend a helping hand work of constructing the lllow's largo stono struct- b. Best was in town the the week enroutoto the! tjj r.v l--lat. ' rr. with cattle. Mr. Best Ram Graves, of Lauren, mado f to go to Pocatello, Idaho, I this office a pleasant cull Tues- 10 will remain for an in-1 tia v Mime. m .... . . T. Rahdall is wcilding the' Creek ia visiting with her par- on the News during the onts....

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 May 1909

&r ' vr tTrw V MM MiHidWrfiMMMMMMIIMH mjf COUNTY lCXl'KtfDITURKi iftiSTTan " 10 00 10 oo 17 00 12 CO 18 00 310 SOW) JO 00 'JO 00 13 00 100 30 40 10 40 10 40 10 00 05 40 10 00 33 00 4100 10 40 18 00 B0 80 20 00 33 00 30 00 18 00 ft SO 14 00 li Shwvlnn 8 by in required, this amount of claims proontod, Mod Ami rvcordod Ritnltiat tho county ot Iliutioy btatuot Oregon, uniltho nniount allowed at tho rtiuiar May 1000, torn) ot tho county court. to whom issckd cu'n Atu'n U A Hwrok.wltiioss iirnnd inrv 220 I G. V. Lucns, dlto ... 18 00 18 00 Arthur Turner, dlto. . 3 20 0 1. llembiot', witness 8tnto vs Jordan . ... 10 00 0 8inilh,dtUi.. . 10 00 Oora Stout, dlto... 17 00 T. K Guntly, Uiumi SiatovuM.dlii 12 00 Frank Cn Meld, dMo.... 18 W G E Jump, din 3100 W. Y. Austin, dlto . . 20 0) J W. Hamilton, dtto . 20 00 Win. SwicV, dlto 20 00 G. W. Fnwcott, dito.. . 13 00 Hlmon Miller, dlto SI 00 William Synip, dlto .'10 40 Oli.s. MUkey, dlto 10 40 K MeUaln, dlto 10 40 Win. Duncan, dlto ... 10 00 ...

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 May 1909

Jin1 Wlt Vima3Hril& 'Tho Ofllelnl l'fljiorol Ilarnoy County hg tho Urguit cltcuhitlou nd ti on 0( tho bott advertising mcillumt In Etltorn Oregon, 3Eh;e OTfen! Unnicjj Contilru Covers on nrcn of (1,-128,80(1 tie ret of land, 4,(;.1l,orl acre yet vacant milled to entry under tho public In ml (nun of tlio United 8tatn. VOL. XXII nUKNS, IIAHNEY COUN'lK; OREGON, MAY 29 1000 NO. 28 . .,,.,,, , ,n tl, , V , - 4 .. . , . rTTTMC! IIADMDV rnTTM'llV- tYOXtniXKI MAV 00 IflMl "N IS ' fARNEY COUNTY FIRST eatest Field for Investment in the Entire State of Oregon lTURAL RESOURCES ABOUND at Expanse of Fertile Land yet Subject to Entry Has a Value Little Appreciated by Local PeopleCapable of Producing Great Wealth When Properly HandledTransportation Sure. fter visiting a considerable wlmt disposition will bo mnao of ion of the state during the this land. It is possible that pn Stwo weeks and noting coa NOTES FROM SUNSUT. lis. the manager of this great jious weekly has returned lo more luny convi...

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 May 1909

She Kwft-$rMfi. mUttOAY. MAY M, lW aUUBOlttlTION HATK3- On Yr. .. rits. Mouth. Tlue Uonthi as.. - I.W .7 VI l.M ItVHK - - - - Mnmiir ' r ' Tho mnn with a koqi sago brush farm in tho Hnrncy county is much bettor oft than lots of people oven though ho is cut off frolrr markets and endures more or less hardships. Hnrncy coun ty will some day bo furnishing the western portion of tho stato with wheat The surveyors who have been working on the route- over Huckle berry flat have withdrawn from tho field, nnd it is understood that that route has been abnn doned. It is not likely that the road will bo extended this year, and if anything is done it is pos sible that tho surveyors may got into tho field on the route along tho Middlo Fork. -Hluo Mt. Eagle. Home seekers are now moving and every day there passes this point emigrant wagons headed for Inland Oregon. They come from Idaho and they come from Washington; many of them pass ing through Harney county and going to Lake and Klamath counties...

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 May 1909

"W- ;' n v- Tttii iiff les-'J&rald. ri.AKGK8T OIROULATION OF IkwerArKn in thibcoxinty. SJITUKDAY, MAY S, tMW. Local News. rBarron was up from Sun- aursdny. acs Smith has n now stock iocs ol various Kinus nna Owen was down from for a short time this iHudsncth. tho old and re ed pioneer, is reported on ick list this week. Iloy Hayos was n business fcr to our city tho first of vc(.i. He was accompanied wife. Williams was in tho city his Calamity homo this It seems crop prospects it vicinity are very good. Miller camo in from his Camp homo Thursday to Isom repair work dono on a In and attend to some other ss. stock books of the Harney y Uil tte una t-ompany nre open and J. C. Turney is my and willing to wruo you block of this stock. 1 pi. Hamilton and wife were from Harney a short time irst of this week and were nnpanied home upon their re- by Mrs. Frank Adrian and son. 1st arrived a full stock of Van ft Disc Seeders so before pur- ing call and see the best force seeder in tho world...

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 May 1909
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 — 5 June 1909

-JP Wi VlmeXtcrat& The Official lpor ot Hnmoy County hat the largoit circulation and Isono cj llio boat 'advertising modtumt In Kmtctn Oregon. Vfie&rent $lttrtiruComtlru Covers an nrcn of 0,428,800 He let of Innd, 4,031,051 ncrcn yet vacant aiibi-cl to entry under llio public land law of tho United Btalci. . - J fOL. XXII .BURNS, HARNEY COW IT, OREGON, JUNE 5, 1SC0 NO. 29 -I-' t ' I fhe ; IE BLUE BUCKET MINE r of Mysterious Gold Find Again Dug out and Published tS. GARY FINDS OLD CLIPPING )pcrly Sought by Many Adventurous Men, But was Never roundThought to be Somewhere in Tills LocalityThe Fabulous Find Now Considered a Myth by Sonic People. Carey of eastern Oregon where tho tar buckets had hung. " Ihes the Express with the Another asked, "what did they ing letter, clipped from tho ly uemocrat, whtcn must 'appeared in that paper years ago or niere: Itors Demecrat: Seeing two items in your paper about mines, the writers must all the old settlers dead; top, there is ono pionee...

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 — 5 June 1909

udtU&&!t.1IHi .- rJi7!MKaaMAftfc.v2s . - mi m i iwin Miiwmi mib nudum, mmtmmmmmt BMMMMnaawNmiMmMiiMMMttMi wuwinui.ini. i i'i'iiiuwiiiifywwmumiiimwifuiijniiiim(i i - - .I . . .... i i .. " - . i I. m , , i " i ., i i , (fei A t K H 1 y Sl i it t r i . Call and see 31it Eimc3-cvnl JATURDAY JUNK ft, IPCO IALP.H BUHfiOKHTION ItATKH! On Year . Six Month. Three MonUu IlIl.lAN II Villi 111. 1IK . . llfia.itei Tho Times-Herald would ngnin urge upon tho people of this county to attend the sessions of of tho Oregon Idnho Dovolop ment Congress to bo held n this city July 1-2. Tho object of tins bunch of "boosters' is to de velop this portion of Oregon and to attract attention to its great resources. Tho congress has been invited hero for tho purposo of getting acquainted and local pcoplo should turn out and en courage the work. County treasurers in Baker, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Douglass, Harney, Gilliam, Lake, Lincoln, Morrow, Polk.Tillamook, Umatilla, Washington and Wall owa co...

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 — 5 June 1909

.w aiaae KJWWiaJ MUMtMMMIiiW iiwimi i hi nwiimfei iiiuwwwiiwwwwww NHMaMVIMHHMWMMftHemMNaMliaiktai mmtm&mmtmnMiimmKiuUmma VtttiftSZ irnes-jferald. FlIK I.AROEST CIRCULATION OT WNKWBPArKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATUIlbAY, JUNE , IM. Local News. a Building paper and roofing at avenger's. Isaac Forter is a business visi- from Silver creek. Kemp Hardisty was down from out Creek yesterday. Mrs. Rout. Reed is up from iven this week on a visit to her lutivcs. James Smith has a now stock shoes of various kinds and fe'les. II. Vcgtly is going to put t a big ureprooi ouggy ware use in his field south of town once. iC. II. Leonard and family now upy the W. A. Gowan rcsi- ncc recently vacaioa oy u. a. mbold and wife. The stock books of the Harney Hey Oil & Gas Company are w open anu J. u. xurney is idy and willing to write you t a block of this stock. C, C. Lundy is reported as be b quite seriously ill at his homo this city. He has been con ed to his bed for several weeks d decs not seem to imp...

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 — 5 June 1909

I "j - ' - -av' I II T ' " '" ' ' r.M "HURTING BUSINESS." We Hvo unfortunately In tho "hurt your business" nno. A man cannot depart tho least iotu from tho lines of decaying con servatism without some follow jumping up and sprinsinK tho "Kuf vAii-' htiainn.q!! ronini'k 111)011 him. if tho mayor attempts to nnd rheumatic pains. There is make some people cleanup tncyino dnnRoroi uiooa poisuiuuK on Mm wnrninc that it will siiklmr from an injury when Chamberlain's Llnimont is ap plied beforo tho parts becomo in flamed and swollen. For sale by all good dealers. donta and injuries which causo them much nnnoyanco and loss of time. A bruise or cut may bo cured In about one-third tho time usually required by applying Chnmborlain'tf Liniment as soon as tho injury is received. This liniment is also valuable for sprains, soreness of tho mURcles No need to bo without a sow ing machine when you havo a chanco to got ono at practically your own terms by seeing G. W. ClovengiU'. Standard machines to...

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 — 12 June 1909

mar n yiifpiiijiLHiiMiimimiiiiiLiiii WMHKHUHHMHHnyai Mtfulk iMMMiteta Cfic tfrcnt 3-inrnctj Cotiiiirj) Covers an nrrn o( O,428,S0O tirrrt ol land. 4,M31,DG1 ncrea yet vacant subject to entry under the jmblic land Inu of tho United Htatea. Tb Official rpor of Harney County has the largoat circulation and I ouo oj the beat advertising medlumi in Eaitern Oregon, m . ,i VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 12, 11(0 NO. 30 - n$ i 1.11 in ! mm iiiiwmiiinjMuwinwnnnTrr -"-mrnimmn-"" -" m I' fit mwt& v- V s (ARRIMAN'S MAN HERE . W. H Holabird Pays Section a Hurried Visit from South OES NOT TALK ANY RAILROAD 6itor Known as Wizard's Confidential Representative and has Uecn Here Before Didn't 'Want to be Connected with any Railroad System May Atcan Purchase of P. L S. Co. Lands. f ol. W. II. Holabird. known ns IL Hnrriman's confidential rcsentntive, was n visitor to city Sunday. Ho came in in Winnemucca and explored southern part of this county, ction he had never before vis . arriv...

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 — 12 June 1909

em jiiiPS ?5t On'iii rtintivnnri tjj.moii mmmmmmmtmm MWMMlllh 111 IK the $iMe-$ctCtl. SATUilllAY JtlSRiJ, W HUltSt'ltll'TKlN ItATRH On ?. .. Six Mouthi ... Ttirttitontht, 1.0 .7f JULIAN It VII I) - Atnnant Thcro is an increasing demand in this section for grain of all kinds and The Timcs-IIorald would remind our farmers that there is no danger of an over nroduction for the present, at least Mr. Hill says ho will not build into Central Oregon. Col. Hola bird said the other day that lie had spread the maps and data on the grass at Pelican lodgo last summer and talked for hours to Mr. Harriman about this country and the latter doesn't seem in any hurry either. Judge Stephen A. Lowell is booked to be one of the speakers st the Development Congress hero July 1 and 2. Ho will speak on Land Monopoly. Col. E. M. Heijrho. of the P. I. N. railroad at Weiser and Ex-Secretary of State Will P. Gibson of Boise are also on the program. J. J. Hill, the big railroad builder said at a banquet in Port...

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 — 12 June 1909

kPmes-Jkrald. tE tAROKST OIROOWlTigH OF NEWSPAPEn IN THIB COUNTY. HATUUDAY.JUNKU, 1K. Local News. luiltlinff paper and roofing nt kcnger's. DoitN Mommy, Juno Y, to wr. . Mrs. A. Cote, ft son. mcs Smith has n now stock shoes of various kinds and l?8. lort Davey was a passenger pn Suiday's stage after an enco of some six months. ill and sco James Smith's line of shoes before getting spring and summer foot- ic Hagey & Richardson store been moved into the street ining the Burns hotel to e room for the stone building ko its place. dm D. rut, or salt laKo ar id hero Thursday and is the st of Wm. Hnnley. The gen- inn is hero on an outing and ccts to go to the P-ranch and TARIFF REVISION is a perplexing Problem to Congress PROTECTION to our depositors is the fixed policy of this bank THAT'S WHY iMhav Inereaied our Surplut from $23,000.00 to $30,000,00 which It tlx timet the maximum amount required by the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capital, Surplus, 825,000...

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 — 12 June 1909

W "" 'lfmimmJZZiilmmmammm i i U! "1 L"- INDUSTRIAL, NOTES, (Portland Correspondonco). RepresontinR ChicaRo, tho greatest live-wire in tho business world, .n spccinl train load of prominent business men of that city will visit Portland this week. well Known otiUfde of their own tnlde, says a Portknd exchange Ho lma been selected as tho Senate leader in tho light on tho tea tax, proposed under tho tarriff bill. Tho re tailors are Unalterably opposed to tho proposed advance of G cents on this article, and passed resolutions to that effect this mornitur and in tho resolution, No need to be without a SOW- lilff machine when you havo n nlmnrn to trot ono at nractlcnlly your own terms by seeing 0. W. CJovongor. Htamlard mhcliinus to cliooso from. Tho visatora aro MM.l.n.a nf Min P.htnncvn AswrMMiV Uon of Commerce and represent! Senator Chamberlain was chosen millions of capital. Everyone is to do uieir ci amino i. Ho has a exeat human dynamo of energy, Tho excursionists havo decided to qui...

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 — 19 June 1909

vff.foa&:Mr mt fpttw, fic eSrcnt' Unrncu Couiiiry Covers an nrcit of 0,428, K00 uric' of landt 4,0.Ti,Q01 ncron yet vacant nlrct to entry under thu rmltlio land fan of tho United StnlCK. Tho Official Paper of Harney Ooun ty hi tho In rgott circulation and is one 0( the belt ndvertltlnii medlumi in Enitoin Oregon. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 10, 1C09 NO. 31 4" WJl.vJy wilW ILL LA Y CORNER STONE )dd Fellow Building Ceremony to be Held on Morning July 4 HE GRAND MASTER TO PRESIDE INDEPENDENT PACKINO PLANT. Red Letter Day in History ot Harney Lodge, No. 77 and Sylvia R. I). Lodge, No. 43 Invitations Sent to Neighbor Organizations to Participatc"Program Not Yet Arranged. III. E. Coolidge, Grand Master of pupils in each district This I the I. 0. 0. F. of Oregon will bill provides that tho county sup erintendent shall first give to ulo at tho laying of tho cor- r stone of the new Odd Fellow Hiding in this city on July 4. iih Harney Lodge and Sylvia ' D Lodge have sent ...

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 — 19 June 1909

0aM:-"iarf f v v Kfe-V :k.. :..!,.. j -?"tB?K MtMHWMMHMtltWMiaHH Wmul' She iwr-$wi i.VTUUtlAY. JUNK 10, lW BUHSOIUPTtON ltATKH) Out Ynr.... Six Uontlia.... Thmo Moulin. U.0O .1.00 .,7 JULIAN IIVHIt - - - - Every citizen of Burns should put n shoulder to tho wheel and help make tho Development Con gress and celebration a success. Lot each one do his part and wo shall not bo found wanting in any respect, Outsido delegates should bo given a warm recep tion ns they will all go out of tho Harney country to do missionary work and are coming to get bet ter acquainted. They're all boosters for us. According to a Washington press dispatch Secretary Hallin ger has picked on R. II. Thom son, a Seattle engineer, to suc ceed F. H. Newell as head of tho reclamation service. Tho secre tary lias shown a disposition to conduct the nfTairs of his depart ment upon a business basis, there fore it may be taken for granted that Mr. Thompson is a good man for the place. Well, yes; we did have a back ward ...

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 — 19 June 1909

MMMtMMMMnWMMHttMdWMaHM Ses-Jferald, AllOKBT OIUCULATtON OP I E, AfKU IN THIS COUNTY. iv u jay m: H'.'WW. 1. ot'ul News. kiiiirt paper and roonnjr nc llni ', T li i clown from his lan homo. i inuui una u jiuw atuuu icx vi various kuuis nnu i s. hi w oil was up from His 'mar Iojr mountain yoster- 1V1U 4cad Bros. Woro in t a u days miiing me hvn .-a tho crops in alftMu crook section nro til' ' l Oilll. A- I co Jnmes Smith's o i ( -hoes before gutting I pring and summer loot-' I to'll bo something doing Stir, during the Develop-1 owu -s and 4 th of July, kt.-n. ' BO i . class dry lumber ft i ' its, nK 2nd and 3rd b a rMlufl to 12.00 inn- M. ; Vl.J.' Co . Uev Adrian and little tt " da for their Home lei auor a few weeks' it' h.me folks and friends r-v U,ns.n of the Rims i . - vrojwed to tur- . hams and l.u-l !i 1 uneheir m :.'i" ' il prices t' : bitf TARIFF REVISION is perplexing Problem to Congress PROTECTION to our depositors h the fixed policy of this bunk TEA T'S WHY irohaec Incrcate...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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