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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 25 December 1909

K-st - V" .ttv"' , t . . . CI J"MTaMljtwaeE)aMM I '"' ' " """ ' MM" "" ' h:m?r:' - . Ih 5?:t, ' V- ? lmWlWZZ. j 4.v . -a. - ... .,,. .W.W. -..mm rntm' i n " ! ! ; . NOTES MtOM SUNMT, i'AfS O ' ANANAS 1 News in Sunset has been very httrdHo cot tho past few weeks and tho Suiwot Press Association has boon thlnkintrof Koinpr out of business 'till Taft prosperity returns. Miss Laura Dawson returned from teaching school over in tho Crow Camp district to remain until after tho holidays. R. D. Stahl made a business trip to Burns, Monday. Mrs. F. P. Blackincr who has been working in Burns, sending her son to school will booh re turn to Sunset, Henry Harmor and wife wero business visitors to tho county scat Tuesday. Van B. Embreo was up to Sun eot from tho Sod Houso helping Miss Neva Hoddcr with tho pro gram for the Christmas tree. W. R. Dawson went to Burns, Wednesday after his daughter Laura Dawson and to attend to other business. Lyle Dawson returned home with them from Burns where ho has ...

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 — 1 January 1910

?Eljc05rcnl Jinriifu cf.utiiiii'u Ci)iirx nn iircn ol (I,-I2H,H0(I ihick ol Innil, 'I,i;:(I,1','iI iicrcx jet uuiuil wiliiicl to (Uilry iiiiiIi r tliu public! Innd lawn ol tlm Hulled HuIch. Tim Olllolm l'nper it llnninj Count) liai the tari-st ctirtilution mill is uiiu i) tho I'ost mlvin lining nu'illuins In Knatnrn Oregon. XXUt BURNS, HAKNKY COUNTY, ORKGON, JANUARY 1, l!l() NO. 7 JJ'ljf livilJvJy wJilv m wr - -" , TM,',,',,,, J LBB'IT f MASONIC BUILDING SURE Sufficient Funds Pledged to Justify Active Work in Spring El LODGES INSTALL OFFICERS Joint Session of Masons and Eastern Star is Followed by a Banquet and Much Good FeelingOregon Fruit Leads nil Competition and the Demand is Growing in New York. VIOLATEED STOCK LAWl IT On last Monday evening the apple. The milder temperatures, loc 1 order of Masons and the hoth winter and summer, of this the host ever given in Sunset and the large crowd present wore I from Sunset, Hums, Narrows, I Warm Springs'. Silver Creek and I Warner Valley...

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 — 1 January 1910

WwiggSSiggBg"Pgiiiipw 'l .win. ' : - " a Ihc Oftmca-ftWvaW. SATURDAY. JASl'.VHY 1, IH4 SUIIBOIIU'TION KATK8 One Year . . SW Mouth Thri'O Mnnlha WOO 100 ,iti i.i n ii hii - Mttaagi' The Tinies-IIoniUl predicts u happy and prosperous New Year for the Harney county people. MAN LYNCHED IN (1RANT COUNTY. Murderer Taken Prom Officer by Masked Mob mid Shot to Dcalli The Times-Herald understands Burns will have a steam laundry in the near future. This is an enterprise that is needed and no doubt will be well patronized. The following account of a double tragedy over in Grant county is given in the Portland Journal of Dec. 27: Twenty-four hours after he had tnurdosed Arthur Green, a well known young man of Mor row county, Ollie Snyder was n bullet riddled corpse. The inn' which avenged Green's death left Snyder's body lying in the road two miles south of Hamilton in the northwestern part of Grant county near where Green was murdered. All nigfft Fri day Snyder held Deputy Sheriff Cassidy's po...

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 — 1 January 1910

I! It 3. i The Times-J-Ierald. IAH T1IK l,A0K8T OtltOUI.ATION OK ANY NKWSPAPKn IN THtSCOUNTY. SVTURII VY, JANUARY 1, IfllO .- I Locnl News, 1910 Don.t forgot to write it 1910. Salisbury fits oycs P. 0. block. The ice horvost is now in pro gross. Altorntion on Scbcnk Bros, clothing free. Tho schools will rosumo work again Monday. For shoeplined coata see Lunn burg and Dalton. Mrs. C. A. Hnrlan spent the week with relatives and friends in Harney. See the Inland Empire Heal Estate Co. if you have anything for sale or exchange. Our line of lap robes, horse blankets and carriage heaters arc complelo J. C. Welcome & Son. Ira Mahon and Carl Horseman were among those from a dis-' tance to attend tho Masonic in-J stnllation. Hagey & Richardson now have a complete lino of fresh groceries and new dry goods. See them in their now store. W. Y. King is now employed building a dam nnd bridge across dury's. nn irrigation canal near I'lanU 'Baker's place across tho river. N. Brown & Sons...

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 — 1 January 1910

J JfilTilAWIKl i liifT-iifc,'i-- TutT ,HSV "" iiiiih r rtsm . t kr 11 I it i 'S - INDUSTRIAL NOTES. ( Portland Correspondence) . Much work on the rivers nnd harbors of the Pacific Northwest will bo accomplished duritiK the coimmr year provided the rec ommendations 'of Major Melndoo, corps of United States Engineers. in charjio of this district, aro followed. Major Melndoo has just made his annual report to the Secretary of War ami urges the expenditure of !1, 012,500 in river and harbor improvements in this district for the fiscal year ending June IK). 1011. The largest appropriation rec ommended is 9.500.000 for con tinuing the improvement at the mouth of the Columbia Hiver. Tin sum of $1,000,000 is urged for work in the same stream be tween The Dalles rapids and Cehlo Falls. The remainder of the desired appropriation is divi ded between the diit'erent coast harbors and work on the Colum bia, Willamette, Snake and other rivers, including the Cowlitz, Grays and Lewis rivers in Wash ...

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 January 1910

P- N Ude mitttef jtefal) n Wlc Oircnt 7ittrntj Coiiitiru Govern n nron of 0,428,800 ncit-t- ol Intnl. 4,0:11,051 ncroi yet vacant Biiliifcl to entry under tlio public land laws ol tlio United HtalcB. Tim Otllolnl I'npor of llnrnuy Comity Iim tliulurKKst cimtlntlou mid is ono nf llio'.keit lulvi'rllnlnn iiumIIiiiiih In KiiMom Oregon. s VOL. XXIII HUUNS, IIAHNKY COUNTY, OltKClON, JANUARY 8,1! 10 NO. 8 ) ll I 1 DRY LAND FARMING METHOD What can be Done by this Means of Fa rutin ft by Careful and Painstakiitft Work and Methods. (Written by I. S. Gccr for the the season before on your sum Conmiercial Club advertising nior tilled land; then if you have literature.) enough water stored in the soil The successful farming of dry'u will raise a crop and a good land depends upon the conserving on0, of water in the ground, the pro-! 1" planting seed nearly every .. r .. ,, i one will plant too much seed. per til age of the land previous .-,,,, . . , .. , , ... , ' I'M fall sown wheat where the 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 — 8 January 1910

JF i She iwca-gjetaftl. SATUHIIAY. JANUARY S. 1 1 1 0 HtlllHOIUl'TION IIATK8! One Your .... . . J J 00 fill Month .1.00 Thrvo Month! ... .... . .74 JULIAN II VII II - - Mnnint The New Year's issue of the OreRoniiui just received here is an improvement on former efforts and is quite a valuable edition. Pnntrnl Oriumn is irivon ennsid- erable space and while the real I west side of Sunset, is covered eastern and southeastern coun-with Juniper timber, which sup fi'os nw tnni-o nr l..ss sliu-hlod. wo'l'lies the .settlement with fuel and was well filled. There were sev eral small threshings. It would be difficult to make an estimate of the amount of bushels per acre, as much of the crop was put up for hay. The potato crop this year was good. The people of Sunset feel much en couraged and see a bright future for the valley. Experience and observation teach them that grains and vegetables can be grown here without water by employing proper methods of farming. Dog mountain, which is on the ...

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 January 1910

.(. t? The Times-Gerald. TAB T11K I.AKOKST ClllOUI.ATION Of ANV NKWBPAl'KK IN Tlllfl COUNTY. SATURDAY, JANUAKY , lull) Local News, Fur wanted, Schcnk Bros, Cremo the children cry for it. Try a meal nt the Home Hotel, Don't overlook Schcnk Bros.' ad. For shccplincd coats see Luna burp and Dalton. Homer Cecil is over from Silver Creek. Good morninjr! Did you have Cremo for breakfast? I. S. Tyler was in the city for a few days this week. L. B. Culp invites his lneiuls to stop at the French Hotel when in the city. R. J. Williams is over from Silver Creek on a visit to his family. See the Inland Empire Real Estate Co. if you have anything for sale or exchange. The biggest reduction sale on clothing and gent's furnishing that ever was at Schcnk Bros. J. H. Neal and daughter, Miss Mary, came over from Barron Valley the first of the week on land business, Hagey &. Richardson now have a complete line of fresh groceries and new dry goods. See them in tneir new store. V. Cawlfield was over...

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 January 1910

.. J I Broad for salo nt tho Home Hotel. The tender leaves of a harm less huiK-healing mountainous shrub, give to Dr. Shoop's Couh Remedy its marvelous curative properties. Tight, tickling, or distressing coughs, quickly yield to the healing, soothing action of this splendid prescription Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so safe and good for child ren, as well. Containing no opium, chloroform, or other harmful drugs, mothers should in safety always demand Dr. Shoop's. If other remedies are offered, tell thorn no! Ho your own judge! Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey, Femvick & Jack son, either on account or note, are hereby notified that all such accountaand notes are now in the hands of C. H. Leonard for collection. Such persons are hereby requested to'mako imme diate settlement of the same. Dated Aug. Gth, 1900. Hagey, Fenwick & Jackson. If your stomach, heart or kid noys are weak, try at least, a few doses only of Dr. Shoop's Restorati...

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 January 1910

She V dma-31ernl& The Ofllolal lpcr ot llnrney.Oounty hi.'lho.lrKoot circulation ami is onu 0( tlie',bit ndvortlaing mediums In ICnslor n Oregon , VZlc 05rnt J-lnmcy Cnutiirjj Govern an nren of O'JH.HOO iuii l Inml, 4,n:il,(i51 ncrcii ytt ncnnt enlmcl to entry miller tlio public land inwn ol tlio United Htnles. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HAIINEY COUNTY, OIIEGON, JANUARY IB, UI10 NO. 9 ODD FELLOWS WARM UP New Lodge Room Scene of Enjoyable Gathering Saturday Night JOINT INSTALLATION CEREMONY Over One Hundred Members of Subordinate Lodge and Rcbcknhs Meet in New Home and Give it Enthusiastic Warming Program Ends With Banquet and True Fraternal Spirit. Over'one hundred Odd Fellows and Rebcknhs gathered at the new Odd Fellow hall on last Sat urday evening to participate in the joint installation of the offi cers of the two organizations and to give the new lodge room a good "warming up." It was a most enthusiastic gathering and all entered into the spirit of the occasion with true fraternal f...

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 January 1910

. w. fli MM. WMtW p. Aififsij.Lji iMriHttMNMI4lN4MUHMinMMMMH WWfMWWPlWH iuIHMWWNM I. -f in n 1 .4 '4f I ' SltC (HwCS-jgCWlfd. SATURDAY. JANl' UV IS, 1910 HUllHOUIl'TION UATKH- Ono Year. .. BU Month Thtod Moulhi 11.00 100 JULIAN ll III) - - - Mnai Thcro is ono pliaso of "consor vntion" tlmt wo nil twee is right conserving tho moisture in tho soil to brinjjf forth bounti ful crops. Tho dismissal of Chief Forest er Pinchot hns caused consider able of a storm and added fuel to tho Pinchot-BallinKor contro versy over conservation. Some interesting developments arc expected before tho closing chapters of the affair. tho. road fund for uso In bis district. It being brought to tho atten tion of tho court that n man named Norton at Drewsey is without means and not physical ly ablo to support himself, but nblo to assist, tho clerk was or dered to draw tho sum of $12.50 per month to assist him. Tho sum of $G0 per month appropriated to assist tho John Osborn family. Treasurer ordorcd to appro p...

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 January 1910

nm&wnmhm4mtummi9mmtoiwt&m 4nmw 42 m M i I m in as! s'l A Times-Jerald. '1X8 TIIE LXKOKST CIRCULATION Or ANY NKWBPAPKB IN THI8 COUNTY. SATOKUAT. JANUARY 1R. 1B10 Local News. Fur wanted, Schonk Bro3. Crcmo tho children cry for it. Try n meal nt tho Home Hotel. Don't overlook Schonk Bros.' nd. Chester Carter is in from his homestead. For sheoplincd coats sco Luna burs: and Dalton. J. W. Shown was down from Harney Thursday. Good morning! Did you have j Cremo for breakfast? j If you want protection sco Irving Miller the insurance man. rvM All sm wl Tl T. TAnn nnrJ over from tho P Ranch on busi ness. L. B. Culp invites his friends to stop at the French Hotel when in tho city. Soveral of our young people went over to Harney last night to attend a dance. See the Inland Empire Rcaj Estate Co. if you have anything for sale or exchange. Mrs. Claud Brown and mother, Mrs. Hallie Shelloy, loft yester day for Crane Creek to visit relatives. YOUR BANKING BUSINESS Be it large or small, is ui...

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 January 1910

- I 4 '?' ! Bread for sale nt tlio Home Hotel. Tho tender leaves of n harm less lung-healing monutainous shrub, give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its marvelous curative properties. Tight, tickling, or distressing coughs, quickly yield to tho healing, soothing action of this splendid prescription -Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so safo and good for child ren, ns well. Containing no opium, chloroform, or other harmful drugs, mothers should in safety always demand Dr. Shoop's. If other remedies nro offered, tell them no! Bo your own judge! Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey. Fcnwick & Jack son, either on account or note, are hereby notified that all such accounts and notes are now in tho hands of C. H. Leonard for collection. Such persons are hereby requested to'mako imme diate settlement of the same. Dated Aug. Gth, 1909. Hagey, Fenwick & Jackson. Cottrill & Clemens have put in a first class saw mill 14 miles west of Cold Springs is n...

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 January 1910

iwiiiJiBWimmtfttfMi iijmwumh MamttrBBWLJUjjus'.ir: I'TOI'IH 'U 'HHHWJJi 1-aU-l JIII.IUIWIIHII HWUUlHWM'W' 3CIe 0rcnl 3-tnriicjj (T.otiiiiry Cowra am nrcn ,il (I, I28.H0O inn ol Innil, 4,rini,fJftl iutch i't MK'iint niiliii'cl to entry tinilur tlm public Iniid iiiun ol llin United HI 11 1 en. Th OffloUl Paper of Harney County hss'ths.Urgnst circulation and Is ono of ths'.Ust advcrtlslnRlmedlums In Kaslorn Ortgon. NUKNS, IIAHN10Y COUNTY, ORKGON, JANUARY 22, If Jo NO. 10 VOL. XXIII ss fhe fflXltlJolf &IJX RAILROAD WORK BEGIN Construction Toward Harney Valley When Spring Comes Once More ONTARIO PAPER Utah Construction Company has Contract to Build UiRlity Allies During ComtaR Season, Bringing Road to Junturn Col. C. E. S. Wood Makes Appeal for State to Buy Railroads. The Ontario railroad up the Malheur river is to be extended to Juntura at once, work to bo ( started when the weather will permit, says the Argus. Apparently tho people distant arc better posted on this than our home fo...

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 January 1910

iaaassa1waUaBEaW4-. ..f aESSK"! stsessiaasjsvaksaiSissnaaBsw mp a .ja r JnK& ' ' ' fits &imc$wtd. SATURDAY. JANITAI1Y , lIO BUHaOUIlTION KATK8! One Year N-00 BU Month! t.DO Threo Mouths ' ' "' ' '" JUL.IAN 1IVHII - Mnimror It is hoped that thoso who predict nn early spring nro right, Tho hay is getting rather short, but with tho breakup at the us ual timo no material loss is ex pected. With hay at big prices it is likely thero will bo few moro natural meadows plowed up this year, at least. Wo need more grain, but wo have- other land than meadow on which to raise it Tho descriptive literature ex ploiting Harney county recently gotten out by tho Burns Commer cial Club is being mailed out quite rapidly. We should receive good results from this publicity campaign, especially with rail road work now almost ready to add to our possibilities. cites and villages, tho Michigan Knights of tho Grip, in their eon vontion hero declared war on the Anna that sell their goods through the me...

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 January 1910

0 kll L iv 4 SeTirciBS-PBrald. tlAH THK I.AKOKST OlllGUIATION Or ANY NKWSrArKU IN THI8 COUNTY. JUTUKDAY, JANUAUY M. 1010 Locnl News. Fur wanted, Schonk Bros. Cremo-tho children cry for it. Try n meal at the Home Hotel. Don't overlook Schonk Bros.' Capital, Surplus, lid. Austin Goodman is reported on he sick list. Good mornins! Did you have ICreino for breakfast? Hoiin -Thursday. Jan. 20, to IMr. and Mrs. A. Schcnk, a son. If von want protection seo SlrviuK Miller the insurance man. nnmitv Sheriff Terrill is suf- I ferine from a severe attack of erysipelas. A laro lino of Stetson and Conqueror Hats at The Busy Comer Store. John Wintermeier was down from his Silvics Valley home Thusday. L. R. Cult) invites his friends to stop at the French Hotel when in the city. The cold weather holds on in a ' ....,., ...... l,nt uniienn enmo UllPnSN 1 11111111111 UIU. uaiujww ..-... ness among stockmen. How- Clothes pressed and cleaned at ovm-. no serious loss has yet, Schcnk Bros. occurred in this...

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 January 1910

t4' ft' I ' for sale nt the Home Hotel. The tender leaves of n harm less hmn-henHnK momitainous shrub, give to Dr. Shoon's Cough Remedy its marvelous curative properties. Tilth t, tickling or distressing courIis, quickly yield to the healing, soothing action of this splendid prescription- Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so safe and good for child ren, as well. Containing no opium, chloroform, or other harmful drugs, mothers should in snfe.ty always demand Dr. Shoon's. If other remedies aro offered, tell them no! Ho your own judge! Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE Any and all persons owing..the firm of Hagey. Fcnwick & Jack son, cither on account or note, are hereby notified that all such accounts and notes are now in tho hands of C. II. Leonard for collection. Such persons are hereby requested to' make imme diate settlement of tho same. Dated Aug. Gth, 1909. -Hagcv, Fenwigk & Jackson. If your stomach, heart or kid neys are wealc, try at least, a few doses only of Dr. Shoop's 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 — 29 January 1910

MijiiimJiM,'"'iu.wwini)iiH'iaMiiwinum,i' ' umiU'IW ' i m n in Mimn4mMNS(MnnMH4'wviMi'MM .' (ffP va . pme 9Tfc tEima3rlernl& Tlio Olllcliil l'npor of Hnnu'j County hm. tho.larKost circulation mid Isomtoj tho'.brtt luUcrtlilng inodlunm In Knriurn Oregon. h.c (Urcnt 34nriicj Qtouiiiro, Com All nrcA of fl, 1UUhOO hcip of' Inmli 4,ffi!I,Q&I ni.rod jut vntitnl Biiblccl to entry timlur tliu imblio land inwu ol tlio United B)uji8. v iiy to S:Si VOL. XXIII BURNS, HAHNEY COUNTY, OUKGON, JANUARY 20,1910 NO. 11 6:1. 1 iw I JitlfSlJp 6 4 i 4:4 4:f 4:Si 4tM 4:1 4 3 is 3:CJ J 2:1 Itlckfl erln noM4 pt. l Howl tJ4 BILL HANLEY SHOCKED Staitfs o7' Reporters Until He Packs Trunk for Return Home H;J REMEDY FOR OVERPOPULATION Will Haiiley Visits New York mid is Impressed Willi Wicked ness of Bis City Thinks Overpopulation the Cmise and Suggests That Few Thousand Come to Harney County. The following is taken from the Now York Sun and Rives us some idea of how Bill Hnnlcy be haves out in cempany: 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 — 29 January 1910

I3Z A jtP MSajHEZ W 3 HI T h : H iv. Sk r 4 5. ' ! 'H"l . rv I . rVl H ? ( r Itc iwcicvuCtl ATtlHtlAY. JAN17AUY IW, UIO HtMISUlUlTlON HATK8! Olio Vcar Ji.M Bit Mnnthn 1.00 Thr o Moulin t. .74 JULIAN II Villi Maaat-nr A Lnko county real estate firm is exploiting Callow Vnlloy in this county and pinna plncinj? n colony there May 1. This is an imposition on some curbs tono "tin horn" realty men of Hums who don't own a foot of real estate in Oregon and who knock the town and its business men, yet take all the frco handouts thoy can get and pay their board and other necessary expense when they have to. It's a shame that thov are not given the pn The best way is to tell the census taker till you know and a little more, but that will probably be lonn without tho suggestion. There is a jump of ton yctm between every attempt of this kind and as the government, em ploys an army of 1(),000 patriots to shoulder the task and arrive it kind of an accurate estimate of how the country has grown as ...

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 January 1910

iilHWIIIMIi r X 'the Times-Gerald. At Till! I.AK0K8T CIUOUI.ATION OK J ANY NKWSI'Al'KU IN TltlB COUNTY. I aATUKDAY, JANUAUY , ltO Local News, Fur wnnlcd, Scliunk Bros. Cromo the children cry for it. ,lob printing Tho Times-IIerald E. W. VnnVnlkcnburgh is over from his Silver Creek homo. Good morningl Did you lmvo Cremo for breakfast? If you want protection see Irving Miller the insuranco nmn. Frank Dibblo and family are home from their trip to Califor nia. The Frene'i Hotel is gaining in popularity under the manage ment of L. B. Culp. ! A. Egli is over from Wagon tire on a visit to his family and to look after some business. ; 25 per cent oil' on men's cloth- ing at Schwam' during the an nual clearance sale. Dr. 11. Donman was among a class who recently secured license, to practice medicine in this state. Our new spring dry goods will soon bo hero to delight our lady customers Hagey & Richardson. Mrs. Edward Southworth and little son arc over from Hear Valley on a visit with her...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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