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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 14 May 1910

tMM5- ivg! &u; .. .sjEiRw.i;,.,j.Mf", J Job printing-Tho Times-IIorald NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Vmtkii HtATiQIiJitorrir, llnrus. OreRim, April IV, 1M0 1 Notlco ! JiMrtijr alien that t'harlri Y taegan, of Harney, Onpon, who, onJnnoS. No. (M7W, lor KV. KV.'i Hwtlon , liinilili S3 V, llinw I". Willamette Mm .Ian Ima Med notice ol Intention l;i mako Ml l'rool, to citabllili tlalm In Hip land sljove Ho scribed, before Ilia lUititer atl.l llerelTer, at Iiurnt, Oregon, on the 'J'tli dayot May, WW Claimant nautea as witnesses' , , Joseph w. Ilnchaunn, I-on iiiiehsiikn, 1-co livl, Lester M. llnintllun nil or Ilarnoy, Oro Ron. M rinMK, IMRtater. KOTIOK FOU I'UIU.ICATION. Usurp sr aw t urn ovriim littnit, Oreti, l" l"0 Notice li licrtbv alien tital EwMfl 1". ller uoltli, ol llurni, Oregon, who, wi 1S"IT lwu, mule Homomead Entry Jo 3WH. aerial N'o. 01S.W, for Nj NKHi (potion Wi and the WH SUM, Seotlon I. TnwniMp B. Ilimmil? N., W'lllamclto Meridian, has filed nolle ol In teiitlon to make llna...

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 — 21 May 1910

MteBMMaiWaMl Wtyt Vlmca-Tternlti Th Ofllolftl l'nper o( Iliunoy Comity hua tha Inrgoat ctrrulntlou iiihI In onu c th Iwtt Rilvcrllslng liHHlluiiifi ill Kaslorii Oregon. ' Uj 05rcnt 3-lnrttcu flCotiiiiru Covers on nrcn 'of 0,428,800 iich o Inrnl, 4, (K) 1,051 ncres jet tacnnl enliiul to untry uiiilur tlio public lnml Ihh ol Uio Unlto.1 Slates. t-y f - -1 VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OUKGON, MAY 21, 1010 NO. 27 1 ' . r tffcMMlttMMmMMl j)e MteM LAND SETTLED AF'WCE 800-000' Acre Road Land Grant is to Peopled Without Delay HILL ROAD WILL FOLLOW ROUTE Hill's Friends Announce noise & Western as East to West Line Across Oregon, From Ontario to Bend -Colonization Firm Has Capital of $12,000,000. Much news of an encouraging nature regarding the exploitation and development of this section and some of it is best told in the outside papers. Sunday's Orc gonian has the follewing: With the arrival in Portland r yesterday of John E. Burclmrd, ;ofSt Paul, definite information becamo public ...

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 — 21 May 1910

r iigTiliftLifctf' " r"t'ri i m mn iW st-.49mvm- -&irT 1 WBm" M $ m ti 4' m . F ' 1 & "K Vf i H K 4! L M h '0M r She Iimcsi-&taCil tfVTPRUAY Mn JV, 1910 BUllSOlUl'TION KATKS! Ono Year !lx Mnntha Three Month 1)00 101) .78 JULIAN tlVltn - - Mtni "THE PROMISED UNI).' R. G. Cnllvcrt, n stnll corres pondent of tlio Orcgoninn who toured this section with Louis W. Hill's party, wrote his paper from the P. Ranch. Among the inter esting things he said of this "Promised Land" ns he calls it we take the follewing: The topography of Blitzen val ley and tho country directly sur rounding Burns, is adapted more to a north and south than east nnd west railroad line, and it is Wm. Hanley's idea thnt tho country could host ho served and a railroad profit most hy tho con struction of a lino from Winne mucra, Nov., northward through tho center of tho state and down the John Day river. Either this plan will he followed or brunch lines built from an cast nnd west line that will pass south of ...

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 — 21 May 1910

s il: 'heJlSffnes-Jierald. rnK tARQKirr cikqulation or iNTMXWBPArXtl IN TIUB COUNTY. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 11110. Local News. Girl wanted nt tho Overland Hotel. Rolled barloy at The Busy Cor- icr Store. 1 P. J. Connolly was over from JDrewsey on business this week Have you seen the new Belts t Brown's Satisfactory Store? If you want protection see rving Miller the insurance man. Tho best meal in Harney coun- for 25 cents at tho Overland otel. A few fractional sections of mmon school land for sale A. B. George. Miss Vera Hendricks is up from ' ,wen on a visit to friends. Her hool closed last week. The French Hotel is training, popularity under the manage- ent of L. B. Culn. I V. G. Howell is again hero. rom rortland looking after his ' tensive interests in this coun- Our stock of shoos is now in. full line for men and children tho latest styles and . colors. e Busy Corner Store, I. Sch- jartz. Prop. E. P. Clark has returned. to Grand but wo understand will turn here later and take charge...

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 — 21 May 1910

WMMMMMMHSaM"'! asBesssHswwnwMw" 1 ll! .w '-nfti Tho Times-Herald I PUBLICATION a, Oregon, April 1, 1V10 I given that Charles V Oregon, who, on Juris S3, .nil Knur No . rlei t'i, Section M, Township K., Willarastle Meridian run filed notico u Intention to mako Final l'root, to establish claim to Hit land above de scribed, bctoro tho Ucglster unit Receiver, it Hums, Oregon, on tho Wlh day of Max, I0 Claimant mm m witnesses Joseph W, ltuchanan, lo lluchsnsn, i Payls, Lester M. Hamilton all of llatney, Ore gon. Wm rAttac, Hegtster. NOTICK FOU I'lHtLIOATION, Unitso Status Latin Omen lltirua, Otcgou, April 1. lttO. Notice In hereby EUcn that Eteklel I. Hey notds, o( llurns, Oregon, mho, o February 1'. mvvmailo Homestead Kntrr No, Stat, Jterlaf No. 0IM7, for NX NK)l; Scctloa U; ami the WHSKU, Section 1. TownshlpM 8., Hants 87 K, lllamette Meridian. has flint notice ol In tention In make Mini Hie Year Proof, to et tablliti elalru to the lanil above described, bo foro tho Itcgtatcr and Recei...

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 — 28 May 1910

MftwnerseGSSsssrc Bje jfafe-jlefdil E(ie C5rcnl Zinvueu Eauitiru Covorn on nrcn of O,-)'J8.H0O ol Innd, 4,0.11,(1151 iioich ct nciuit nucl to entry nnilir llio juilillo Innd limn ol tho United Blnlri. UTIk dmco-JHcrnlft Tho Olllclrtl rniorn( Unriin; County lug Itio Iitrost circulation nml Is om oj tho host luhcrllslnit iiiptllmttR In KuMum Oregon. VOL. XXIII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNT OREGON, MAY 28, i01 NO. 28 ZL REA T CENTRAL OREGON lesources Practically Inexhaustible Says The Portland Journal HERE AN INFLOW WILL COME lew u Any rconie utivc an --. Results That Will Follow The Extensive Railroad Building Thousands of People Flock to Region. Much has been said about tho ttlement. develoment, cultiva- n, production, and traflic of o vast eastern Oregon region ing and to be penetrated by e Hill and Harriman railroads, d a great deal more can yet be d. The subject is, indeed, like !o undeveloped and ultimate re tirees of that region, practically exhaustible. Few if any peo- e of Portland or ...

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 — 28 May 1910

d gB MM gl1 Mo11" II 3MB Thrco Months 'IK m Sfimfi B 9991 h m r RW M "if 'li She imw-S5taW. rUTUHIIAY. MAY M, lIO rjUMJUilUTlON HATK8! 1X00 .1.00 T4 JULIAN IIVHH - - - - MiiMiti Saturday's TeloRrnm has n pic ture tnkon from tho C. A. Sweok residence, n haying scene in this vicinity and Tom Jenkins' pet bear all credited to Uend instead of Burns. We don't care much about these things but it merely shows that the Portland papers nro not acquainted with their own territory. If Portland's 225,000 popula tion is based in the same man ner as the Orcgoninn credits Burns, Princville, Vale and On tario in an articlo clipped in our last issue that city is consider able smaller than several other coast towns. The article has given each of the Eastern Ore gon towns a little more than twice their actual population. through the Inland Empire Real ty Co. and tho price is said to lmvo been $31,000. This tract of land 1b well sit uated at tho foothills on tho east ern side of tho valley and has a fi...

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 — 28 May 1910

MiMtfiMNMiRMMrt 'lrnes-JIerald. 4ltK I.A110K3T CIUCUl.ATION OF' iNYNKWSrAPKHINTHipCOU.NTY, I HATl'RUAY, MA IM, ll'IO. Local News, Girl wanted at lliu Overland otel. Rolled barley at Tho Busy Cor- isr Store. 1 Henry Black was in from his nset home yesterday. Have you seen the now Belts Brawn's Satisfactory Store? I Walter Sullivan has been up m Narrows for several days. If you want protection see ving Miller the insurance num. The best meal in Harney coun-i for 25 cents at the Overland tel. Mrs. L. N. Stallard has been fror from her Otis Creek home I is week. fA few fractional sections of minon school land for sale A. B. G corpe. i The French Hotel is gaining! I popularity under the manage- entof L.p. Culp. Mrs. Pearl Fisk is again at me after completing the cen- iis enumeration in the Drewsey strict. We have deeded properties from SO to 3000 acres that at esent prices will bo sure to uble within two years. Ask us out them. Randall, Passenger $ iMaioney. BANKING BY MAIL YOU CAN BANK ...

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 — 28 May 1910

Ik aJ .rfdfcrf-MWm. TTWMsTt! KHBtmaiMMMIIMMa 3K '33 If 'i S i y j i.p ! h in? jfciW 111 1 Pointed Pnrnjjriiplis. Kindness innkes us nioro Iruo friends thnn money. It's generally easy to bo good when you nro Rotting pay for it Blessed nro tho innocent, for they havo a lot to learn. The key to success doesn't look anything liko a night key. A man with a black oyo is up against tho dark sido of life. Tho woman with tho shortest foot may possess tho longest tongue. Onco in a great while a man's solfrespcct keeps him from en joying life. Tho worst thing about wisdom is that it can only bo had on tho installment plan. As time rolls on, tho still small voice of conscience is npt to be come stiller and smaller. There is a tradition to tho ef fect that onco upon a time a woman in a crowded car got up and offered her seat to a man with a baby in his arms. Chica go News. Bluo prints of any township in Burns Land District, showing namo of cntryman, date and kind of entry, topography, etc., $1.0...

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 — 4 June 1910

Hi-fi-.' v ll1- tJimt-tMk Slc OSrcnl 3-inrnpy (f.otiinru Cowra on iirwi ol I,I2H,V(J0 iimc ol land, 4,(Kll.liQl flrroit jet ncnnt wiImiI to entry mulor tho puliHc liiml .im cl tho United HIrUm, The Official Paper ol Harney County haa tlio largost circulation mul Is oiu o tho hett advertising mcdluma in Knalutn Oregon. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE A, Ifllii NO. 29 OAD LAND MEN HERESSSSWILL BENEFIT OREGON X)rfiaar TPlr1iw1rf tttwl .Tllflfrn Webster will contlnuo tho tour Ihief Publicity Man Securing' Views by passing throuRhout tho win- nmetto valloy, umsnitur tlio Borics of 25 lectures which tho former hns delivered in one grand rally at Med ford Juno 8, whoro tho most advanced road spirit of tho Btato is found. Tel egram. and Material for Advertising HARNEY VALLEY LANDS A UNIT rhe More Accessible Lands Near Railroad and Under Irrigation Will Sell First, But Company Ready to Colonize Here in Advance of Railroad Construction. HilVs Visit Certain to Result in State Wid...

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 — 4 June 1910

j-n5i &z. 'fif mh f he wWittM. BATUKnAY.JUNE4.mO BtmsUttirciON HATK8: Out Ytr fKW 41k Month . Tnrt Month.... ". JULIAN 111 It II Mnl JULY RACE MEET. The cntiio program for tho big celebration planned for July 4th has not been completed, but pos ters will be out tho first of tho coming week with full announce ment It has been determined to have some horso racing and ball games and to begin the pro gram on Saturday, July 2. It is not known at this time what ball teams will compete for the purse of $150 but it is hoped to have a lively match between Burns and some outside team. Tho first game will bo Sunday afternoon and another Monday, July -1. Hon. Frank Davoy h:u been selected as orator of iJi a day and Prof. M. A. Biggs to ivntl tho Declaration of Ind pendenco. All tho committees have not been selected. J. J. Donegan nnd Harry C. Smith have been appointed to look after the parade and they arc to select a third member. Other committees yet to be appointed arc: Committee on liter...

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 — 4 June 1910

vmmmuuutmim UlUii IMi'llHMUHlimi imimmti :nes-Jerald. IrTlIK LAkQKST CW0UI.ATION Of Y FAnv NKWBrxrKn in tiiis county. SATURDAY, JUNK 4, 1910. Local News. Rolled barley at The Busy Cor- ler Store. N Tlios. Howsor was over from larnoy Tuesday. Have you seen tho new Belts Brown's Satisfactory Store? The best meal in Harney coun- y for 25 cents at the Overland flotcl. Walter Clark was over from is urane (Jreek Home Tnurs- ay. Wo repair all breaks but the renk of day Mays & Finch, ho Fixers. iBorn-To Mr. and Mrs. Call lemons Tuesday, May 31, a lughter. A few fractional sections of Kmmon school land for sale A. ' B. George. Mrs. Ella Martin was apassen- er out Monday enroute to Port- nd for an indefinite visit. W. H. Cecil writes us he has lrchased a fine improved farm jar Ontario, paying $275 an Kre tor it Mays & Finch, paper hangers, all decorators. Carriage paint- Ks and I'lirniture redressing, cher Building. The attention of sheepmen is Uled to the closing out sale ad m the Ba...

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 — 4 June 1910

' S v N rt ",m MP lit 'I i WHIiilil HAND IN HAND. James J. Hill is n man who is doing much for tho development of tho west Not only has rail road builder but also as an advo- nf .'nrminir methods UlJt ...sit Ur'mtr nhnut n maximum .i i. -.1 nmonni'ltv Sftvs. . SCUieillUHl. tutu iiivat"- j 1 '"- 1 tho East Oregonian. In a recent article tho great railway mngimw said: "Tho farmers of this land can not prosper until stock raising becomes an inseparable part of agriculture. Tho natural mcrcaso of animals, tho butter and milk, the stock sent to market-all add materially to tho income .of tho farm. Still more important is tho fact that of all forage fed to livestock, at least one-third in cash-value remains on tho land in Urn form of manure, that soon re stores worn-out soil to fertility nnrl Ifpons rood land from deter iorating. By this system the fnrni mnV IlO mnrlfi 1111(1 ICCd) ft source of perpetual wealth. Animal husbandry and diversi fied farming go hand in hand the world over. ' 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 — 11 June 1910

wmmmfMi, ijtfiinaaimmmmimmmmeummmM)immmm fbe ttdk fEttr (Blent afiniueu (Cotitiiry Covurii an nrcn of ,I28,H00 hi n ol Inml, 4,().'ll,lirl ncrcn yrt vornnt wililtct louiilry iiiiiIit tin) public land lni ol tho Uiilli'il Billies, i tt VIma3UrnI& The Offloltl rpcr of lUrnej County hn the Urgot circulation and li ono of the btit kdtcrtUinR tnodluusi In Bittern Oregon. fp1IU- VOL. XXIII TEW VOTING 'ounty Court Makes Boundary Line6 But Subject ACCOMMODATE NEW VOTERS limes of Some Old Precinck Changed and Five New Ones Added William Hanley Makes Largestbhip ment of Cattle Ever Made From Eastern Oregon. Ikn ndjourned term of county rt was held the first of this tek to make temporary bound- lines of some new voting pre- lltcts made necessary by the at increase of voters and ftlements. Judge Rector and mmissioner Stallard were pro- it Cold Springs precinct is continued and that district is ;be Virginia with the bound- es enlarged. The name of die Butte was changed to ,wen, wild Horse to...

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 June 1910

V 1. 1 "1SL t .. .- ttsss: V M i MtaapXlrWBMi Hi .,! - rt -'l"--3EBlgggf JI1Wi(miii .11 nun nr r 'i wyaaBBaa, .,.,... -.... ,., . , ., -'- ' ' ' "i" IBM li hi .'Hf ...IM! flH'I if' 1 4i , . ii mv Site iimcjs-cvuCtl rUTlJKDAY. Jl'NF 11 1 I'l huhsi uirrtoN uathn Duo Ycat . ell Mouttia lhtvaMiiulli I' I V I.I AN l III! Mttn0H The oxcccdinitly lry weather and lnck of water 1ms emplmsifr od the Brent nocessHy of taking euro of the wastu water Hint comes down' durinjr the spring Hood. Severn! places tiro now sufTcrint: from lnck of moiature and thousands of acres more could be irrigated by proper con trol of the water during the early season. An Oregon shingle mill in Tillamook County worked !W days on one mammoth cedar log, cutting from it 1-11.000 shingles. This is almost unbelievable to people not familar with the Pacific Const, where big trees and vast timber resources are accepted quite as a matter of course. Will the government be as rigid in conducting its big suit against the Sout...

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 June 1910

" - '-" " '"' fes-Jerald. E ffc LAROEBT CinCULATION OF ' NEWSPAPER IN THIB COUNTY. SATURDAY, JUNK 11, 1910 Local News. is. uwcn lsciowmromsiivics. llcd bnrloy nt The Busy Cor- Store. m suinvnn nas ueen over Diamond for n few dnys. io best meal in Harney coun- mmor 25 cents at tho Overland Bui. e repair all breaks but the k of day Mays & Finch, Fixers. few fractional sections of mon school land for salo A. m. George. has been suggested that wo Col. Hofer up from Salem to ' for rain. ays & Finch, paper hangers, decorators. Carriage paint and Furniture redressing, :ier Building. e nave aceaea properties rom u to suuu acres tnat at cnt prices will be sure toj le within two years. Ask us Kit them. Randall, Passenger Infancy. . A. Korten left Wednesday ning for Chicago after spend-1 several weeks looking after I tbig farm near this city. He t to the railroad in company Mr. Hanley in his auto. 0. Stevenson, of Forest ve, state game warden, spent mvr days in this section this Kk att...

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 June 1910

iMJimnmtfflMtintni '"' "" ' I This is tho dryest season that lms been experienced for thirty Ave years is the opinion of a number of old residents who lmvo been interviewed on the subject So far as the crops are concerned they have not suffer ed jjrontlv but the continued drouth will occasion home lost" and damage to crops. Nine ML Eagle. Frank Metschan and wife and Bon Coznd camo in from Silvies Wednesday and will continue on to Portland this week to witness tho Rose Carnfvrl.ltlue Mt Eagle. Tell some deserving Rheuma tic sufferer that there is yet one simple way to certain relief. Gel Dr. Shoop's book on Rheumatism and a free trial tost. This I U00K will make it entirely clear how Rheumatic pniiis aro quickly kill ed by Dr. Shoop.s Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets. Send no money. Tho test is free. Sur prise some disheartened sufferer by getting for him the book from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. -Reed1 Bros. NOTICE. All parties owing LowIb ft Gar rett, or Simon Lewis are heroby notifi...

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 June 1910

lPDeen (f5? grc liues-Jicrnia Tliu Offlolnl I'npcr of llnrnojr County Imn tlio Inrt-ost clrciilntlou niul l ono o the beet advertising mediums In Eaelorn Oregon. SEIl? (8 rent 3-inmci) cConttit'u Covi'in mi urea of (1,-I28.!00 'inn l Intuit 4,084,(161 itcrp yet rniil mihuol loiuitry uptlnr llie (itilillc Imiil nl ilic Uiillwt 8tiu. VOL. XXIII BURNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 18,11)1) NO. 31 d Maher She O "m imtmt 1SCHOOL A HOME BUILDER I Hive lion between school and homo, so tlmt the wholo child is taken into account at all times. Credit in Schools for Perform ance of Home Duties u n. alderman, must bo given to school. But an That civilization is founded on important thing that tho child home, all will agree. The needs along with school work is Ihool should be a real helper of established habits of home mak- qrhnnl inP nnd these habits can only UGGESTED BY L. R. ALDERMAN ale University Professor Would Establish Co-opora- tiou Between Parents and Teacher Whereby Credit For Home Wo...

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 June 1910

TO A&SnOOS "ffi5?: ton 'Hfyjffiuvjtrvi.-' till ' mmwmn fc SIfec Wmw-gcraM. SATURDAY. JUNK IS, 1110 8UH80U11TION KATKBl On Year ... 8tx Uonthi ... ThrtcMontha, 11.00 .1.00 . .74 of this scclion. Tlioy will open on Saturday July 2 mid continue untill tho 8th inclusive. tui.iAN uvun - - - Mit Tho farm is the stomach of tho nation, starve it and tho nation dies. Land without pop ulation is n wilderness; popula tion without land is a mob. Our only way to j?et oack to a sound normal basis is to "get back to tho farm". Tho people must Ket back to the land;tho unnatur al, wicked, killing condition which allows groat centers to be come congested with non-productive citizens, while tho country starves, must bo done away with. -Jim Hill. LOCAL OVIWLOW. Cremo tho children cry for it. Crcmo for sale by your grocer. Clothing for youths and child ren at Schenk Bros. Gentlemen, wo havo all our spring nnd summer stock in. Yours truly, Schenk Hros. If you want to seo tho latest styles in hair goo...

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 June 1910

aumttmm&mmiiammmmmmmiimmimmmm lmes-Jierald. THK LAUOKBT CIRCULATION Of Fan y NKwerAPKU in this county. SATURDAY, JUNK IS, l'0. Local News. Rolled barley at The Busy Cor- pr Store. I Meet mo at the Mt Vernon ot Springs. Roland Hnnkins wasovor from amey Thursday. fjohn Culn is on tho "lift" suf Iring from grip. ITho best meal in Harney coun- for 25 cents at the Overland otel. II. M. Davis and W. D. Baker fe!ovcr from Drcwsey this week . businci. IA few fractional sections of Iininon school land for sale A. B. George. II. Racine is homo after spend- ig the winter in the east He enjoying good health. ;Mays & Finch, paper hangers, nil decorators. Carriage paint- .. V . s and luirniture reciressing, bcher Building. 'Mrs. A. Venator has been' rer from her Crane Creek home us weeK. sue is accompanied' her friend. Miss Bammel. , . , . Pno FIRE INSURANCE AT COST' store one of the strongest Mutualsl n1Ll . . . . nf Schenk Bros. BANKING BY MAIL YOU CAN BANK with us with tho samo caso an...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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