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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 29 January 1910

'I1. fa' .4 .. 'Nti ttsiMB. OUMPTION ON TUB f ARM. Bought youc clover seed yot? Bad tools will Bpoil tho best workman. Tho Lord loves you; don't bo afraid of anything. Sond for needed plow-irons now, so as to bo ready. Attend a neighbors vendue nnd help him out n little. Thu worst bedfellow in tho world is worry; kick it out! Tho average- farmer will find plowshares more profitable than mining shares. "It takes money to make money," wo aro often advised. True, but sometimes it takes money to mako a fool. About tho most uncomfortable and unsatisfying work in which a man can engage is thrashing his wild-oat crop. Plenty of screws, strnp-hinges, hasps, gate-hooks and eyes come handy around tho farm. Try a box of such in tho shop. Wo need not wear ourselves out worrvinir about what will happen when the soil wears out Such a calamity will not happen in our time. Throwing vocal stones at other people may be fun, but ton to one tin other fellow will get mad and hit you with tho real articl...

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 February 1910

j.i j ii mimo.jj.iiitiil (fP Vf(C luiea3tcrnld Tho Oniclnl Vapor of llnrnoj County htlio.lrmt clrrulnllon nnd ismutof thereat mlvortltiliK mod hi in h In Knnlurn OroRon. 1L 0rcnt 3f-tnniry 'Couinry Cut urn on nrwi of flJBB.fOO mn ol Inml, VWI,ufil nuron yet viicnnt eiiltii'i't to entry iiinlcr tliu tu1lto Inml inw ol tho United Wliilefl. VOL. XXIII BUHNS, HAUNEY COUNTY, OllEGON, FEBRUARY B, i lo NO. 12 She . M. M. . 1 V. . . " A , NSW V v - ppT-V ' -' PROPOSES A NEW LAW Suggestions of the Burns Commercial Club Embodied in Bill CROPS RATHER THAN RESIDENCE Senator Bourne Will Introcucc Hill Clinngiiijr Homestead Law And Asks for Views of People-Substitutes Crop Produc tion for Actual Residence as the Consideration for Title. Senator Bourne has taken up the swnrestion made by tho Burns Commercial Club in respect to a change in tho homestead law. Tho following has been received from the senator under recent date: I am sending this general form of letter to many newspapers, granges and c...

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 February 1910

1 r "WJJi1 "'"' in J.rffi'- , 4-" l-i Hi -m H & I -h I r I 4 I I n r -yr. WV 1 i 3 t fcr, w' , Olio Year . Six Moulin Thrco Mentha., . ' ; JULIAN II HI) IHNMMW"'11' awaimuaiaaiwwjaaj She $iwcfrgjMflL aaturday. rriiHUAHY n, mo StUWOlUlTION UATK8! 11.00 100 ,.75 Maaagm Burns should apply for n sub station for our post office. Wo need it as bad as Vale 'does a land office. IIOISB ft WCSTLRN RAILROAD. Application for right of way over government lands from the eastern part of the state up the Malheur rivor was filed in the local land olllco last week by the Boiso & Western Railroad Co. This is tho company of which Col. C. E. S. Wood and Win. Ilanley havo been tho active head and who have had consider able work done. It seems the maps and surveys havo been com pleted up to the east lino of this county, but further filings will bo made soon on into this valley. Those interested havo been using considerable scrip and secured some valuable holdings at points along tho lino where 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 — 5 February 1910

136213 JJL.1 !' " " fplfWfl1 h?a'imes-Jierald. Jt - . - t ; -jam TIIK I.AIHIKBI umuui.A mii-i "r KnV NKWBrAPKU IN THIB COUNTY. MTDUtlAY, KKIIKUAUY H, MO. Local News. Vav wanted, Schenk Hros. Cremo the children cry for it. Schwartz' annual clearance palo is now on- Good morning! Did you have cmo for breakfast? If you want protection sco Irvine Miller the insurance man. llniiw Tlmrailnv Villi. 'A irfV " AIIHIWXIMI, --. .-, - , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Springer, i daughter. I $5 Stetson hats for 51 at thej Susy uornor store miring i Clearance sale. Henry Kcisenbeck and one of I the George boys were up from lawen yesterday. Kayser Patent Finger Tip igloves for Ladies at Brown's Satisfactory Store. I The French Hotel is Raining in popularity under the manage-! ment of L. 13. Culp. C. H. Leonard is confined to Ihis home this week with inflnin- latory rheumatism. Our new spring dry goods will Isoon be here to delight our lady customers Hagey & Richardson. Welkers 5-pieco orchestra will furn...

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 February 1910

si f; M H State Control of Wntcr Power. Water power is used locallv within n state, nnd is properly a utility to bo controlled by local needs and laws. It cannot be transmitted as coal and .lumber aro transported -for the use of tho people of the entire nation. Nor should tho General Govern ment collect toll from such local U30 of a resource that concerns almost exclusively tho people of tho state wherein it (lows. Moreover, tho laws and the usa ges of tho Nation have always conceded this control to tho states. Development of water power iir Atlantic and Middle Western and Southern states has progressed along these lines. In those states water power streams are free from paying tribute to tho General Government. Hut under the Pinchot plan, Western States, especially Oregon and Washington, aro to bo singled out, and their citizens compelled to pay toll to a bureau and a host of officials in the National capital for the lights they burn and tho cars they ride in and the machin ery tha...

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 February 1910

ijuimiumi i.i ll, LMi ,i ,'ag ami iiinn in mnniniiuKiumwi i f fie C'lutea3lttttnld The OftloUI l'nper ot Unriiu; County hs2tho.InrKat olrrtilntlon hiuI la emu oj tlielat lulvorttilng mixllumn In Kftttorn Oregon. t 6Srent 2tnrtiu (Kptiiuru Covers an nron of 0,428,800 nru ol land, 4,03,0S1 ocrcB yut vacant nttt ct to entry under tlio public land Inwe ol tlio United Blutcs. J2V0L. XXIII. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OttEOOH, FEBIIUAIIY 12, 15 10 NO. 13 immmmummm n mutual I IS LIKE A GREAT GIANT fThe Opening of Central Oregon Thus Described ONQUERING OF Vlicn (he Dnv of Transportation New llnbits, Although He Describes I-arly Conditions Randall R. Howard writes quite Interestingly of early days in con- ral Oregon in last Sunday 'sJour- ml. Some of it is more or less ict'ion, yet it describes conditions ind brings back memories of the fmd brings ast. Ho says in part: Central Oregon is as a great riant about to be freed from tho I shackles of the ages. The giant uxs made some progress, has lovel...

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 February 1910

. Y.jaaj's. aatwugsafltf t& j. -a!n I'rtaMjiraafiftrtftrtejfeaaw, j gJ 1 ' 'If' be ffimttxM. S"M SATURDAY, FKimUAUY JJ. IHO mi m ' buiwouiption ka.tkb! VfltW i Six Month! I-00 Wl j Thro Montht j l JULIAN IIYHIt - - - Ma.i Wo would ncrain nuviso our readers to look over tho nda of this great religious weekly. Live merchants advertise in n livo paper and live people who read them save the price of their nuhscrintion manv times over. Don't say you didn't know there was n sale on this or that article, just read tho advertisements and get wise. It is stated bv exchanges that Portland is to have another mor- ninjr daily paper. Ono has it that Harvey Scott will sever his con nection with tho Oregonian and will bo editor of tho new paper. Another says Jonathan Bourne has put up the money for a mor ning paper. Scott certainly wouldn't be editor if Bourne is tho man behind tho venture. ingto Klamath Falls, President Stevens' signed statement nnont tho controversy follews: "Statements now ...

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 February 1910

' t- ..a i r' LUiL.JH WWH! MMMMliaMIHM MMWWllMimi i irmiwi jiiajiwwmMwuiiwww iKjMHtiOummw-mu.LjumwiiJtJ'juim-'MWW! "W IVV ;he Times-pferald. 1AF T11K LAHOKBT OIUOUI.ATION OF J ANYNKWSPAPRUINTllIBqoUNTV. I BATOHDAY, FKllUUAUY U, 1010, Local News. Cremo -the children cry for it Schwartz' Minimi clearance sale is now on. Grant Thompson is up from his homo this week. Good morning! Did you have Cremo for breakfast? Thos. Bain was down from his homo near Harney Monday. Just received line line of John, B. Stetson hats-Schenk Bros. j If you want protection see I Irving Miller tho insurance man. D. R. Thorn was over from Silver creek yesterday on bust-1 ness. . $6 Stetson hats for $1 at thoj Busy Corner Store during tho clearance sale. .i Wm. Bennett was down from his Silvies homo tho first of this week. I The French Hotel is gaining, in popularity under tho manage ment of L. B. Culp. The "chinook" started tho snow yesterday and softened things up quite a hit Our new spring dry goods will so...

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 February 1910

aatv.Ttit.a II iPI"llliPilHll IH il. n) Wp6WSfi kjm"iia. sww ' 'a. - aaaajz-V' . w'A$,-iwi$x.-kte':Jtmm&jmMi.i c..ia'&k ' . IMWHMMM WfcuJ -nf OREflON STOCKMEN. In their discussions Thursday, tho expressions of the Puro Bred Livestock association wore almost unanimous to the effect that tho time has arrived when Oregon stockmen must dovoto attention to tho problem of tuberculosis in cattle. It is impossible to stay, to resist, or to deny tho truth. Tho estimate is that 3 to 10 per cent of tho mortality from tuber culosis in human bcinjrs is from bovine tuberculosis, contracted from cattle. The statement 3 disputed, but the view of tho bureau of animal industry at Washington is strongly on tho sido of the estimate. But without taking this human mortality into nccount, there is another phase of tho loss that must appeal to stockmen. Once the discaso finds a foothold in a herd of cattle, its spread is swift and sure. It is unrecognizable except by the tuberculin test, and its in...

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 February 1910

' fhr fffl Vlma-3tvnl& Tli Offlolal Vnper of Hurnoy County hi;th.Urgoit ctrculfttlon amllfonoOf the'btit ftdvortlslnR medium In Ktilom Oregon. Vfe tfrent JHnriisy Coutnru Coven an area of 0,428,800 ncii ol Imi(5, 4,034,001 aero yet vacant nulijicl to entry under the public land inw ol the United Htatet. lilyJi C4JIJ!A J2HVOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 10, 1010 NO. 14 LIVE STOCK Uncle Sam Wants and Value ENUMERATORS Live-Stock Census to be Taken by Them Instend of Special Agents as Census Authorities are Convinced They Can Gather Statistics More Expeditiously and Economically. It has been decided by the to provido n simple, cheap, prac Ccnsus Burenu authorities to havo1 tical, portable device devoid of the census enumerators take the chimneys or pipes, occupying census of the number and valuo but very littlo space, so that the of the live stock on the ranges samo can bo nested together in of the Western states as a part shipping or storing, and which of the Thi...

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 February 1910

PQ&9tftil MM IJMlUglUCTMW MtaMM Iftc iww-ctaM. US jFrn ISBffW SATURDAY. FKMIUAUY 10, IMO wgm (i HUUBOiuiTioN rates; fcSfaTW ' OnoYeat W-W IttlfB ". 8lx Month! .1.00 E&ljl ' Three Montlu ... ... ' lf I JULIAN 1IVUH - - - Mi.r Pill III S'lf If't I Peoplo up in Washington linvo been experimenting on road building with segebruah and pro nounco it n success. It readily crnshes into a pulp and forms n perfect mat Mixed with earth it becomes firm, dustless and noiseless. CONDEMNATION SUIT PILED- outlined that tho Boiso-Butto is now to mako its ultinmto tormi nnl in Boise. Tho next connect ing link to tho Pacific coast is firmed in n letter received this morning by Attornoy J. B. Perry from tho men in chargo of his stock in Harney county. This said to bo tho Boiso & Western, 1 letter said that whilo hay was dis- for which articles of incorpora tion wcro filed in Burns, Ore, recently. This lino is supposed to connect Boiso with tho interior of Oregon, probably Burns, and bo an ex...

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 February 1910

iii 1 1 kill! i dmtiiMfruHMM M MugOU II i i Times- Jferald. Iah TllK I.A110K8T OIUOULATION Of ANY NKWBPArKll IN THIB COUNTY. r AJgR' SATOHDAT, KKHRUAIIY 19. 1110. Local News. Good morning! Did you lmvo Cromo for brcnkfnst? Alva Springer was up from his lako homo this week. Just received fino lino of John U. Stetson lints Schonk Bro3. Jason Bennett was among our visitors tho first of tho week. If you want protection seo Irving Miller tho insuranco man. W. T. VanderVcor is over from his Pine Creek homo this week. Annual clearance sale of tho Busy Corner Store ends Saturday February 2Gth. Tho French Hotel is gaining in popularity under tho manage ment of L. B. Culp. James Mahon was over from , his Anderson Valley home Mon day. Ho reports stock in his neighborhood doing quite well. i H. J. Hansen of tho Burns Meat Market is prepared to fur nish bacon, hams and lard to sheepmen and ranchers in any quantity. Special prices for big orders. A very large line of white undergarments for Ladie...

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 — 19 February 1910

"""" tft&L- 11 ff J: 1 J 131 :iw n pi In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve rocs wrong, then tlio or jjon thnt this nerve controls will nlso surely fail. It may bo n Stomach nerve, or it may have given strength and support to tho Heart or Kidneys. It Was Dr. Shoop that first pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Restorative was not mado to dose tho Stomach nor to temporarily stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. Tho old-fashioned method is all wrong. Dr. Snoop's Uestorntivo goes directly to theso failing in sido nerves. The remarkable success of this prescription dem onstrates tho wisdom of treating tho actual cause of theso failing organs. And it is indeed easy to prove. A simple five or ton days test will surely toll. Try it once, and seel Sold by Reed Bros. NO TRESPASSING. Hunting is forbidden upon my placo ndjoininu Burns. TresptiRR re will bo prosecuted. C. II. VOKGTLY. SUMMONS. In llio Circuit Court of tho Stnto ol Oro " gou for Hnrnoy County. 0. H. Leonard and A. C.I Wolrom...

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 — 26 February 1910

m.m ftflfr imiM j ng v i H'UIBMIWM.IJXIUJUU i,'i ' '' ' ' mi WWWrtfcftMlllIlLLL'AIUElLIILiillJalUiliJItiM.iii..!i.iiiifi -o Vltc Wlmca-J-lcrnld. ThsOfllolnl rnpcrof llnrncjr County hi,'ttio.liugnst clrculntlon ml isono oj tha'bt it mlvortlelnu nuMlliimn in Enatorn Oregon, We 5rnl 34nnicjj Couiiirjj Covitm mi nrcu ul tl,-l2ti,i00 iidit l Inti(li4,or,l,li0t ncriifi yet vac-ant onlmii to entry under tlio imbHc Intid nut- m tho United KiiilPH, ssavoL. XXIII BUltNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 2G, 1910 NO. 15 -i She fpmM-MeMJ; RECLAMATION SERVICE Newell May be Called to Tell of His Expense List in the Work. INFORMATION MAY BE SUPPLIED Hcyburn's Resolution Calling for of the Interior Alay Supply Statement of the Situation A valuable mass of information magnitude of the work embraced will be supplied, when the aecre- i the Swift plans, there has tary of the interior shall have been n delay in tho original pro- ,.,,., , . . , c ject of nearly a year in Retting replied to the resolution ...

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 — 26 February 1910

,( -.CLiGTsraa i uuu' iM,vuiiuuu iiLiiHbmmst!i"WH' m 1 1 m ww &hc imcs-gcvufil SATURDAY, FBDIlUAIlY M, ItIO BUDBOIUITION 11ATK3: On Year ... Six Months. ,. Thraa Months , 1100 .1.00 ..75 JULIAN IITHD Mt Tho Times-Herald is in receipt of n letter written by H. L. McDonald, a deputy U. S. Btock inspector, who has been in this section moro or les3 for two years, saying tho reported loss of sheep had been greatly exag gerated. Tho letter was written from Andrews under date of Feb. 12 and Mr. McDonald had just come up from Denio. He says in part: "Wo aro having a "chinook" at Wild Horso Valley yesterday and today and snow is practically all gone. Carlson says weather is good in Catlow Valley also. Unless we have an unfavorable spring I do not think the loss will exceed 10 per cent and in many cases not over 5 per cent This is certainly good hews and indicates that the reports were scares rather than facts. The first sagebrush distillery will be in operation at Reno next week. The exp...

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 — 26 February 1910

'i & i nzz MwwMiiimxsMBaBWWMftl8 jkgfr; ! ,,? .,4 tJfsx WWW w v. satnaiiaB&iftw;&3ueuu i I frhe Times-Jierald. A" TIIK I.AHOKBT CtllOULATION OF ANY NKWSl'ArKn IN T1U8 COUNTY. SATURDAY, FIIIIUUAUY l. 110. W Local News. 1 ai ; o, T ni EdN Fob, Good morning! Did you lmvo 'rcmo for breakfast? W. H. Johnson was over from ilvcr Creek during tho weok. Just received fine lino of John I. Stetson hats Schenk Bros. Otis Sizemoro and wife arc in lie city the guests of friends. If you want protection sec r ing Miller tho insuranco man. Mrs. W. C. Cecil has been ill t her apartments at tho French lotcl. Men. be sure to read Tho Busy 'orner Store ad in another part f this paper. Boun-To Mr. and Mrs ard Southworth, Friday, a son. riic French Hotel is gaining popularity under tho manage ment of L. B. Culp. Frank Catterson and wife ,vere among our visitors irom ho Lawcn section tho first of his week. II. J. Hansen of tho Burns Meat Market is prepared to fur- lish bacon, heeprnen and ranch...

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 — 26 February 1910

frsfWWPW'www' &K4fiGEfl3l f.. - ,WAWW'iniUlM -a- &. , ,m L. &--:. fi K J.'. fti' In sickness, if a cortnin hidden nerve rocs wrong, then the or gon that this ncrvo controls will nlso surely fail. It may ho a to niach nerve, or it may havo given strength and support to tho Heart or Kidneys. It was Dr. Shoop that first pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Slump's Restorative was .not made to dose tho Stomach nor to temporarily stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. Tho old-fashioned method isnll wrong. Dr. Shoop's Rcstorativo goes directly to these failing in sido nerves. Tho rcmarkablo success of this prescription dem onstrates tho wisdom of treating tho actual cause of these failing organs, And it is indeed easy to prove. A simple five or ton days test will surely toll. Try it once, and see! Sold by Reed Bros. NO TRESPASSING. Hunting is furb'ddon upon my plnco luljoininn Burns, Treepnsa rs will bo prosecuted. C. II. VOEGTLY SUMMONS. In tho Circuit Court ot tho Hlnto of Oro roii for...

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 March 1910

"'" m i U i miuiH 1 1 .1 1 ii, ii luiimiuMHiwwiu u u mmummmmkbrnma atft fft VtuKSXleml& ThoOMolnl Pnporol llnrno Count)1 hftsjtlio.lftrgnit circulation nncl In ono 0 tho',l)ot mlvcrtlMtig iihhIIiiiiih In Knnturn Oregon. Kfic OJrcnt 34nrtKU ttotmiru Govern an nrwi of 0,428,800 nc-iet ol Innil, 4,0.11,051 ncren yet vncnnt enlnict toontry under llio public land lnw ol tlio United fllntca. .VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OUEGON, MARCH 5, 1010 NO. 1G EBBS5SS i 4: 4 4i 4: 4il 4: 4. 3ifl 3,(8 3:i hci all tld rln Oh J t." J m 1 " $100,000,000 FOR WATER Projects in Northwest States Aggre gate Some 1,500,000 Acres CENSUS TAKER ASK 32 QUESTIONS Uncle Sinn Provides Penally for Those Who Balk on Being Quizzed, Therefore One Must Pcss up Without any Fuss The Interrogations Arc Classified into Thirteen Groups. Some idea of the importance to the future development of the Pacific Northwest of tho govern ment irrigation projects is to bo gained from the statement is sued by tho reclamation serv...

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 March 1910

.t j -tu-i2T-Vi2 JLz r " . p . 'I r-u.r- m- wwrw' i mmiHu,miwwmi'unrwtmWu-i ''ryiuj?,"3;' 1. u Wfk Mm n iei mm i ill .! 3' IUc 8imc$tv(A. 4AT0RIUY. MAKCII . lIO BUHHMMTION UATK8: One Yar.... elx Monthi.... ThreoMontha.. 100 , .1.00 ....J5 JULIAN IIYHI) - - A MAN'S TOWN. Tho Astoria Budget has tho following very good suggestions with reference to town patriot patriet ism: Next to a man's family, his personal friends and his business, nothing should arouse his ener gies in its behalf more thorough ly than tho town in which ho lives. It is his home. It is tho place in which he earns his com petence and educates his family. If he wants to make it as popu lous, as thrifty and as widely known as possible, ho cannot af would bo to givo tho holders a chanco to speculate. Tho tractH or claims would not bo home steads, in tho full meaning of tho word, but speculative oppor tunities. There aro about 100 men in Woodburn whom tho passage of this bill would please. They prefer to remain in this c...

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 March 1910

llHMl I III I IMi'llll llilimi III mmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmtmmtmmm i. i i W The Tirues-JIerald. A() THK I.AHOKBT OIUOW.ATION OK ANY NKWBrArKK IN T1UB COUNTY. 8TUIUlAY MAHCII , 1910. Local News. Good morninprl Did you lmvo Cremo for breakfast? Just received fino lino of John 13. Stetson hnta-Schonk Bros. If vou want protection see Irvinp Miller tho insurance man. Cm-nets. Rues. Matting and Wall Taper at Brown's Satisfac tory store. v r. ..- .! 41.1.1 nitirmlnlvN ll is rupurwu unit ii"h'""j water fowl arc coming m m great numbers. Tim French Hotel is irahiiiiR fin popularity under tho manage ment of L. B. Culp. Those having relinquishments !or real estate ior saiu anuum 'consult E. V. VanValkenburg, the real estate man, at his ofllco in Burns. A private letter from Lawcn states that Mrs. Potter, who was nursing at the Ford Tipton place, has contracted smallpox ;md is quite sick. H. .1. Hansen of the Burns .Meat Market is prepared to fur nish bacon, hams and lard to, 01 .. ,cc ,,,,, pllin,,...

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