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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 4 September 1909

A Nt Way to Cm Ton-Mo. Last summer I tried n now method of canning tomatoes, nnd itproYcdso satisfactory thnt I want to pass it on. Scald n?id peel tho tomatoes as usual. Have tho cans sterilized, plnco the raw tnmntnnn In thom whole. DOUr in UniHrtt untnp in fill tho enna. flu tho runnings knif around in the cans, so that all tho crovicc3 aro' nilwl. then nut on tho cover. Placo tho cans in n boiler or largo vossol, pour in boiling wat er till it reaches tho neck of the can, put tho lid on tho boiler, wrap it with a blanket or rug, and leave until tho water is cold, which will be next morning. Th cans nro then ready to put away. I did not loso a can out of forty quarts. When tho cans were opened, tho tomatoes wero whole nnd firm enough to slice easily. Woman's Home Com panion for September. Beit Trtitffltnt (or a (turns. If for no other reason, Cham- Iwlairt'ii Kilva should bo kci)t in vry household on account of its rt valu in th treatment of burns. It allays the pain almost insta...

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 — 11 September 1909

-- "yw- r- MHHaWMWiM fu Vtme3HtraId Tho Official 1'apor ot Harney County list thaUrgMt cltculntton and la ono oj the best Advertising mediums In Eastern Oregon. $;iie tfrcnt fini'itetj. CCoulilrij Covvra an nron of 0,428,fOO nrri-i of Inml, 4,ftll,DrI acre yet vncunt siilijicl lo entry nntler llio public lnnI lawn of Hid United fctatcs. She Wirfje-ifeMk VOL. XXII BURNS, HABNEY COUNTY, OltEGON, SEPTEMBER 11, lt0i) NO. 43 fAJUHEUR CANYON NEXT licatioiis are That Hill Intends to Invade This Territory NT EAST WEST LINE TO COOS BAY ,'cy Begins on Central Oregon & Pacific f'vHIcPromotcrs of New Corporation Financial Backing for Construction of East From Browns Assert They Have Line Across State. ' jf mnsking his pssslblo future oper ations hero whilo a sufficient crew .i.y?m:2t has been the impression ever (connection with their homo town. it was learned that Mr. Hill i If the man's assertions aro cor- behind the Oregon Trunk1 ml P,a,ns of buildl"ff lm wnuM not. simr.lv hnltil soutl O...

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 — 11 September 1909

3 Ike Jimcs-cvaCil aATHRDAY.BKrTKMUKtt II, WO SUHSOiUtTlON HATKH- Due Year ill Mouthi Thro Mnntha iUlian nvnii - - - llltfM Just thrco weeks until the fair. Have you saved somethinjr from tho field, garden or orclmrd to exhibit? v An exchange suggests that Dr. Cook should have brought the nolo back with him and exhibited itnttho Seattle fair-all doubt would then bo removed. The newspapers report that Mr. Harriman lias suffered a relapse and is in a very critical condi tion. His illness is certainly to be deplored and his possible death would upset financial cir cles and be a decided loss. Washington dispatches indicato that Secretary Balhnger has won the dav in the controversy be tween tho Interior and Forestry Departments, President Taft be ing satisfied with Ballingcr's re nor nnd exnlanation. If such la tho case Forester Pinchot will likely resign. Now Commander Peary is on his way back from tho north and claims to have reached the pole. He failed to see Dr. Cook's track in the s...

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 — 11 September 1909

S-Jerald. "l.AnOKST OIIIOUI.ATION Of UWBPAPKH IN T1UB COUNTY. IUHUAY, SKPTKninKU il, lCOd. Local News. Bbury fits eyes P. 0. block. il NIcklo nnd wifo nro in tho Heinz is in tho cily from won home. u want a nice, mild drink to tho Burns Soda Works. Springer and wuo wero l their lake homo a few lis week. Winnifred VanVnlkcn- was over from her Silver horn .'tiring tho week. er & Thompson havo a big artlett pears and a load termclous. See them at r prices on large mianti- fruit. Goodman is prepared to' ood and his new barley i is ready for business. fcrs should at onco arrango ttim for such work. : Ausmus has been up from thi pa3t few days. Mrs. wll not move up this but the boys nro hero to high school. C. has. Wilson lias re- hor special fall and win- kmples from Charles A. kis Uro. Lnuics are in to call and see them. ""JP STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS At tha close of business September 1st, 1009 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $100,027 71 U. S. Bon...

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 — 11 September 1909

-er r 1 985 INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). Extraordinary attractions are booked for the coming annual meet of the Portland Fair & Live stock show, during Hie week of Septembor 20-25, and tno event la expected to bo tho biggest of birda will bo turned looso to stock tho atnto for tho Idaho hunters. Mr. Simpson will Bend a carload and ho Is said to bo tho only man in America who could fill such a big order. A Sprained Ankle, An ..ni.nltir ftvininl n atwntfinrl ita kind ever held in tho North-. wjk,0 wU aigab,0 lho ,jured por. west. Harness and running' Qn for ft month w m0VQ but by races, livestock show and special ,.,, rjhnmWlnln'a Liniment features will occupy tho six days. Probably tho biggest days will bo Thursday, September 23, which is Willamette Valley day, and Friday, Septembor 24, which is Columbia River Valley day. and observing tho directions with each boltlo faithfully, a euro ma-, in most enses, bo effected in less than ono week's time. This lint mont is...

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 — 18 September 1909

' M. ygmmmtmtmmaitmtmtimimmmu (nniiLiiiiiiimiiMwm gime, 9h lmc-UrIQ The Official Paper ol llfinicj County hii the Urgi'it clrcutntioti and Isono oj the bit ndvertlilnK mediums In Eaitoin Oregon. Siie&rcnt 3Hnrncjjlouulrij Oners an nrcn of 0,42tt,t0U .ncict of luiul. 4,(131,(1.11 ninn jet vncatit Mllitct to entry niidtT tlio public In nil Inut of tho United Btatci. ryT3 VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 18, ltCO- NO. 44 w j9"(TwllX lATGWDTTrPTflAT flfIPQ I AT represented by closo to $760,000 J.WJLJLi,UsAJLSlV XSJUU SJ. of irriman Roads to Continue Work Into Interior Without Delay C. STUBBS TALKS OF FUTURE Hast and West Line Across State Will be Duilt Soon as Southern Pacific Believes it is Called forDoesn't Think Northern Pacific is Going South or to Coos Bay Either. . Stubbs, vice president of j by President Tnf t. Jnion Pacific and Southern The question as to whether or not tho Malheur project shall bo built by private 4 enterprise has not been passed upon and p...

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 — 18 September 1909

f hi l1" r m 1 lite tttacf-gmM. iATURDAT.SKrTEMIltn . VC9 BUnSOlUlTION UATK8- Out Year. .. ix Monlhl... ThroaMontha". i.w .76 JULIAN HTUI - - - Mnaaii Fair week is closo nt hnntl. Bo suro to help. Wo nro likely to havo outside visitors to soo what vo can produco lot us show them. The Times-Herald knows no thing of Secretary Ballinsrci's connection with tho Cunningham coal deal in Alaska. It doesn't protend to defend him in any of these supposed wrong acts' when he was acting as an attorney and a privato citizen, but it docs be lieve he knows more about land laws than a majority of his newspaper critics and that ho will make recommendations in the line of land legislation that will ba beneficial. Ono thing ho isn't trying to run things on his muscle as thoy attempted to do under Roosevelt and he pro poses to follow tho law. young peoplo loft Tuesday morn ing for Vale, whence thoy will stago to Drewsey, Mr. Harris's school begins next Monday, so that thoy will bo at homo in time to be...

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 — 18 September 1909

SE II I 'III lfallBWJ4.- les-J&rald. t.AlinKST CinOOLATION OF liKWBPArKn IN TIJIB COUNTY, ivnammmmmtmmmeaesaoE rUUIMY. 8KITKMI1KU . IPW. Local News. DEPOSITS bury fits oyca P. 0. block. Keller wsn in this weok proof on his lniul. u want n nice, mild drink lo tho Burns Soda Works. first renl frost of the scn-N sited this vicinity lnstl hut it dm nttlo damage. imes-IIcrald family feast- ne riuo tomatoes yestor- m tho jmrden of Mr. and arry Smith. G udman is prepared to ood and his now barley I hs ready for business. s should at onco arrango m for such work. relay was quite cool, but no frost of any conso-. has visited this commun-, iisoquontly vegetables and i are still growing. i Ferguson and wife, ncci Sagers and Lyt. Sneers lien the first of this rom wevatia. rney will! re for a few weeks. Chas. Wilson has ro-j her special fall and win- uIes from Charles A. Is&Bro. Ladies are in- James Gilbert and call and see them. , m tho city this week. Times-Herald learns that j Fine li...

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 September 1909

saaaak. t. -! ri ' ' - - -' i iii I iii'n i.iii'ii k'iii ' i nn m tii m 1 1 i in ii l i"."" .'ilLlil' ".'.' " " "11' ' J000 '& INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Corrospondonco). Vacant lands of tho state nvo beini? settled in a way thnt has never bforo been equalled. A private land company is opening up a huge tract around Lnkoviow, tliA miwliacfiva tf nnnfn.fa muo being on hand there in law! A Portland paper comtnontinK numbora to tnko part in thoeditorinlly upon tho proposed drawing. On September lBthjcnnngcs in uio mna iijwb, says. will start tho Fall colonist movc- of tho Presidential Postmaster' Association in this state. Mr. Hitchcock will attend tho ses sions and while hero will bo en tertained at luncheon by tho Portland Commercial Club. LAND.LAW REVISION ment from tho East, when thou sands of new settlers will reach the state to make their perman ent homes here. Tho vacant wheat lands of Central Oregon arc boing filled up at nn unprecedented rate, tho coming of railroads up t...

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 September 1909

ftnw, Vive luiC8-3trrati& ThoOfllclnl l'nior ol llnnit) County has tlio InrgKst cliculntlon mulls ono 0( tlio Wat niUcrtlshiK mediums In Kniloin Oregon. Wl (Grunt 31nritcjj(Cotiuify Cmn on nrtn of 0, IS8,ttOO ihih oJ lam), '1,031,051 ncicK ) it tiunnl eilliMil to entry iimlcr tlio pulillo Inml Inwn of llio Dtilldl tilalvH, VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMDER 25, NO. 46 fhe r ' i. -. ..T v N - - 1909 I WKSLIKEA RAILROAD fse & Western Railroad is Started By Eastern Oregon Boosters CORPORATORS ALL LOCAL MEN engineer Faulkner tins Ordered Equipment For a Large Force of Men, But lias Nothing to Say Regarding Nature WorkMove Alny be Backed by Bic Railroad interests. (iclesof incorporation of the (of tlio bunching and wero locat- & Western railway woroicd on tlio "West Sido" near Drv the oflke of the secretary ' creek. Tho land there is good jte this morning. Tlio pur- and every owner may consider bf th corporation is to con- himself verv fortunnto. a railroad fro...

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 September 1909

wmmm: ?.-'- cwjb'mi$mmmn w. "ft: "3U ,hj i J4 ', Ike (MMtf-gwxM. SATURDAY. IKPTKMDIH SS, lOt sunaoimtioN uatkb; Oae Year . All Month! TMeeUonlbi 1.0 .74 UI.IAN HYIlll - - - Mimaim The Times-Herald would like to sco local business men tnko n personal interest in the fair nnd show thoir appreciation by clos ing their places of business dur ing the afternoon program. With renewed work in rail road surveying and prospects for reclamation the Harney country has taken on new life. Many strangers are on our streets and automobiles aro coming and go ing daily. Wo are going to see lively times from now on. tomorrow both , morning nnd evening and wo hopo tho people of Burns will show thoir appre ciation of his services by attend ing church. It docs seem to Tho Titncs Hcrald that resident stockmen and taxpayers should bo afforded some relief from predatory sheep. This is a serious matter that tho law making bodies of our land should consider. The homo stock man, liko the home builder is en tit...

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 September 1909

4 -r -t I - - rksT cmcnr,TiON ok PKtl IN THIB COUNTY. i.SKFT'SMnKnM. IM'J. Inl News. toning rnin today. Us eyes P. 0. block. Iiera vn3 over irom enlny on business. Mian spent a iow lis ciiy miring uiu Ilibburd was quite ky evening uui is im- klly. Drinkwnter has Ffine display of fall Imillinery. jnith has been over fcrcek this week got- itod with his family. fto rnuiKncr survey- lleft this morning to work. The exact was not learned. idman is prepared to fnnd his now barley ready for business. aula ntonco arrange Br sucn wonc. ly ana wuc nave oeen since the first of the hng come up on ac- illness of Mrs. Gary s Bo. ward. is. Wilson lias rc- Ispccial fall and wm- ts from Charles . IBro. Ladies are in- I and see them. Rrrd fnd Frank t . h. i (Uparture , , I for Corval- lv j i o rsumu uirir the 4ficultural Col- "THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK" Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 530,000.00 United StatcH Depositary Accounts Invited i . sn 3110 Came to my place blue spotted cow .wl 2-ring halter. iv im...

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 September 1909

INDUSTRIAL NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Luckoy of Burns, stopped over in Prine vlllo to visit relatives Wednesday. They tiro on their way to tho Willmnotto Vnlloy whero thoy will spend tho winter. Prine-villoJournnl. (Portland Correspondence). Tho Portland Fair and Live stock Show is tho Mb event of tho week in this city. RijrKer and better than over, tho annual vonf lo. nttrnoMntr wirln nllon. tion nil nvr tha Nortuwcst The ' Good vineffar for sale by T. E. attendance is outdoing that of Jenkins at tho Urowery. Money last year and tho attractions of-1 lmck lf ot 3 represented. lerea arc tar ahead ot last sea son. The exhibition of livestock is valued at more than $1,000,000 and is 25 per cont larger than last year. Tho State Pair at Salem exhibits of livestock were brought to rortlaml ana mimer iiji(iaitwiiiti.i-si-iw!'ii;ia Jobprintlng-ThoTlmw-HeraW Way tocffett RttmMui Cruniberi.ln' - I Celk, CWtfi Mi WflrrhoM Hmtiy. Dot Treslmcat for a Bnrai. I ,. w...i. n ir i. iui. a'ihiiu w. ...

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 October 1909

HMHCIIMtMMDBM WMWMMJMUMM pine iEIte OJrunt 3inniculCCtitiiilijj .Covi'M mi nrc a of 0,4'J8,80(I ninf of Inml, 4,(KSI,(Mil iirrm yet ncnnt tiilicl fo entry under llio public land Ibd of tlio United KtntcH. Tlio Oniclnl Pnpor ot llnrnoy County has the tawst ctrculntton ami isouo Of the bctt ndvortlaliiK luodlumii.ln Kaalcm Oregon. Mb. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 2, 1CC9 NO. 4G MMMlMfa SPhe 1 ring Right of Way Through the Malheur Canyon Pass ' TTPfflFQ TJTT T JAfTQ! TWM corric(l ln ovcry PcUot' ilJOj FjCt-O 111 JUL JDJIVIXO 11 Pcrhnns Scottv hns worked out the noli pocket ho had in Death vnlley or is getting tighter with his money nml holding a bettor grip on IiIb bank roll. Howovcr, if this mino in Death valloy hns faulted on him, ho is in n good placo to mako another sonBatlon al find, for nt Black canyon somo of tlio richest gold oro in tlio state is being taken out. It was horo that Indian Iko uncovered rock bo impregnated with the yellow motal thntio is now called t...

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 October 1909

9Ihc Simci-cvatil, iATURDAY OCTOtlKn J. HOD BUBBOttllTIOM UATK8- Ouo Yt SI Monlha Tht Month ' ' ' - UOv 1. 00 JULIAN BVltl) - - - - Mmn" With wheat averaging bolter than 50 bushels per aero Hnrnoy County isn't so slow for grain after all. Ono field averaged that while a largo portion wont better than CO bushels. Wo have just noted in tho Pendleton East Orcgonian that tho business of that nlace was suspended on tho opening day of their local fair and tho first par ade was not stock, but humanity. Business men formed a parado and marched to tho fair grounds assisting in every way to make tho fair a success. Wo would like to see tho business men of Burns take such an interest. If tho weather is settled next week tho fair should bo largely attended. Exhibits aro showing up quite satisfactory and with some good horses to participate in the speed events thero will bo plenty of things of interest to local neonle. Remember, it is your fair and it will be just what you make it The manage men...

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 October 1909

est oniout.ATHM or ("Ell IN T1U8 COUNTY. ;0lT0IIKR WW. il News. "TUB FIRST NATIONAL HANK" Hums, Oregon nlroo is in Iho cily. Its oyes P. 0. block. Icaton wns up from bmo yesterday. fphy and wife came Flron Mountain sec- Say. I Drinkwntcr lias t fine display of x nil millinery. I Ineor Faulkner stnrt Esurvoying crew out to begin work on Innley projects. I (imnn, of Boise, came He is a brother to iwartz and is hero for , with his sister. odman is prepared to t'and his now barley ji'rendy for business, ould at onco arrange or such work. ckky w ovor from mi u but has u i fu r ncn while ' i In vi ion como i i in i ..uv to my pwee ono uiik snoiteu cow and 2-ring halter. J- h. Sits is over 4 m lfcftfcir&ftttnMllfcdllVtTfVl? iy nave tier oy paying ""'"" '"'" "".-. stice and the pnsture UoknTo Mr. and Mrs. J. W F. CuowUiV, iiKK3 last night, n daughtor. Lawen, Oregon. goo hQ Mq crentioll3 in in!U. diardt is ui from his jiu'iy nt Mrs. Drinkwntor'a. kl nc.ir La.wn. He had s10 loot hirli to ...

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 October 1909

u INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). A farming demonstration train will be run by the 0. R. & N. Co. through Sherman, Gillinm hnd Morrow counties in October that is expected to nid tho fnrin brs of that section of the atalo in the rnoro intelligent cultivation bf tho soil and in improved farm ing mothods. Lectures will bo dolivcred by agricultural collego experts, who will bo on tho train and demonstrations of farming Witliycombe, director of the ctly ,s for sn,u by " Kotl llcft1' Oregon Experiment Station, will cm bo at tho head of tho party of VcIIKromi Hotel k'ttptr Uwa ami Rtcom instill Chamberlain' Calk, CboUr and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I tnko pleasuro in saying that I havo kept Clmmborlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Komedy in my family medicino chest for about fifteen years, nnd havo always had satisfactory results from its use. I havo adminis tered it to n great many travel ing men who wore suffering from troubles for which it is recom mended, and havo never fai...

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 October 1909

nfpr,vrnr " ,jfi Vfl ttltucv-fWrnlCi TIibOiTIcIhI Paper of Hnrncy County h tlieUrgvui circulation mulls ono Of lha Wit RdvcrtliliiR modlums.ln Knutcrn Oregon, mmt, Ulie OSren! 3HRrneu. Country Covers an nrcn of 0,428,800 tit'rr of Innd, 4,031,051 acre yet vacant eubjcct to entry under tho public land fnwa of llio United Btatoa. iVOL. XXII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER i), 1009 NO. 47 -Uefalk MNEY COUNTY'S FAIR ?ine Display of Grain, Vegetables, Flint, Grass and Live Stock tlila limo. Its future doponds upon tho loynlty nnd support of Ha citizens who must stand to gether not only to our little city but tho entire country ns well. CIRCUIT COURT. THE BOISE-COOS BA YR. R. D HORSE RACES ALL WEEK icr Kntlier Ulsnjjrccnble-to Start With and Attendance tot up to Expectations Pavilion Well Filled With Pine Products That Arc Revelation to Visitors and Home People. i exceptionally fine exhibit getablcs'' and fruit have on display at tho pavilion g the week which truly dc trates the pr...

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 October 1909

MMMIMMMMMI Ha P Hi glHli'1"" ' ' " " 1" ! i r :'r ' "1 '1? J a M fSfn 1 'If 1W teime-gmW. iATDRDAT. OCTOnKR t, W) BUDaunilTIOM UATK8- One Yttr . Six Month! Tlitttltonthi, WW .71 c JULIAN HYUII - Mmii.i Tlld COUNTY FAIR. (Continued from first page.) Thursday's racing amis wore not at all satisfactory. There were four horses to start in the three eijrthths milo for $500. Seventy, Belle Griffon, Wado Hampton and Calusa Boy went to the post and as some of them were not used to a gate, Starter Caldwell used a flag. Either the horses would not score good or the riders wouldn't let them. At any rate they wore out the patience of the starter and ho finally got them in a pretty good lino and dropped the flag. Sev enty got away and Wado Hamp- 'ton finally took after him, tho tfecr two horses remaining at '.the post, dind't look good to ike judges and tho grand stand fairly howled. As some of the same horses were entered in the three-quarter race for tho same day, tho judges declared the three...

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 October 1909

fes-Jicrald. TlK 1.AK0K8T CinOULATION OF f NKWBrArKB IN THIS COUNTY. pilip iPiyywppyyMqff,' m ' -r - fg VTOiltlAT. OCTOOKn , M0. Local News. jligbury fits eyes P. 0. block. JP. Dickenson is back from Ktcndcd visit to British Co- bui. S. E. Drinkwntcr has ived a fine display of fall Lvintor millinery. David Gary lias been InR her daughter, Mrs. Geo. ey, and other relatives -this D. R. Coryell, of Drewsey, In this city during tho week. 3oaor but recently camo to vsoy whero ho is practicing. A. Goodman is prepared to iwood and his new barley is ready for business. iters should at once arrango rhim for such work. st. Atty. McCulloch camo in utter part of last week to after business before the lent term of court. There is Idcrable criminal business 01 111. V i c ,....al Isuoll Hamilton nrrivcu mmiu r, irst of this week. Ho grad- ; I lr pharmacy at the 0. A. All work In sin- ntr nntl has SinCO 1)0011 .liivu'a inir in fortiana. ne win kin liero an indefinite time. ITRAYED-Cnme to my place ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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