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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 July 1910

n-.., ,W1 iU if ; Pi ' X a $1 ' ! s I I CC If i '" ft Gi m T1 w th ;1 it m M gggp37 kuius TH ritiiim Ilea "Will wo never drop miles for kilometers?" said Edwin G. Baldwin, of Boston, Mass., in ventor of the Auto Guide. "Miles are very confusing. A kilometer tho world over is a kilometer; but a mile in America is 17(50 yards, while in Sweden il is 11, 703 yards and China it is 029 yards. Tho Boliemiens go in for a long mile. So do the Danes, the Hungarians, the Poles, the Swiss, If you walk three miles a day among those people you have done pretty well - you have cov ered about 15 of your own miles. There are, in fact, 117 kind of miles. It would take 18 of the shortest to make one of the long est The rest vary in length be tween these two extreems. Doesn't the world then need one measure, the kilo, that it may use without confusion. Consider; An automobile that travels 40 miles per hour in China would only be going two and one half miles in Swoeden." The Orange and Omul Roads. In a ...

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 — 30 July 1910

MHKfnnsaamimM' HQ BpmHMMMilll I Site (8 rent Unrneu (T.oiitm'u Covcra nti iircu ol 0,1118, HOO ihiit ol land) 4,0.11,1)01 nrrcx jet Micnnt Vulm cl to entry under llio jiulillo In ml hai- ol the United Blatrn. Tlio OffloUl l'uper ol Hnrnej County his the Urgmt circulation nd li ono ot the hf it ndvertliHiK mediums in'FMtern Orcgou. il,i 1 1 i ,i uimum l She 2fcmJleftiUl - VOL. XXIII OT ALL SETTLED YET sembly Nominees The Primary tVE WANT TO publicans Not Satisfied With Convention Candidates And Other Aspirants are Showing up isowermuii Will Have to Fight for Nomination say Politicians. lount that day lost, whose low centling sun, sees no new man Guv'nerrun. The woods are of candidates, Republicans kvellns Democratic, and the is not yet ay Bowerman will nave to tit for the Republican nomin- tm for Governor, and the gen- bl opinion is that the cominjr npaicn will be a ding-buster Em the turn loose. The Repub- ims are shot to pieces and so the Democrats, and sore bts are found in all di...

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 — 30 July 1910

L. i'KU rv ;? i Ihc tacfrgwaM. 3AT0R1UY. JULY SO. 1910 BUHSOUirtlOK KATKSl On VMt , Six Month! . Three Month! 1100 100 ..76 JllLlAN IIYH - Macr The prospects for having a much bettor crop of grain than Avtis? hoped for is of vastly more importance than a big crop tf candidates that must later have sore heads. frl. might be taken to another climate for tho benefit of her health. Mr. Colo had leased tho Overland hoiel nnrtwa preparing to take his dovotod yifo away immedi ately but Mr, Greathouso came down Thursday with tho veporjA,', tnat Mrs. tolp was worse. Air. Cole and Dr. (iiillHh were taken up by A; K. Richardson in his auto and the invalid brought to town-tiiatr-nftnvnnnn: She stood the trirrwrliniud wnwcjjt- iWl foi'lhv wvMum Che end came a few minutes hi fore three o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. Cole's maiden name was May Zapp and she; was born in ldaCjity)-Ualip, years ago last May. Wlien but two years old her parontsinpyedJo Virginia HUKKl UHJ in ingfthiitt tfldrfa'lftrti'...

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 — 30 July 1910

"A Uj A lmes'Jterard. rf fr r i, . , . llIK'r,AlUlKST CIRCULATION or tfYNKWBr-ArKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY. JULY SO, 1910. Local News. , load Schenk Bros. ad. eet mo at the Mt. Vernon Springs. ihn Terwilligor was over f rdm ney yesterday. till lino Butterick patterns Georgia E. Pierce. Keo. annmons was up irom rrows this week. Chicken dinner at the Bums itel tomorrow, 50 cents. lames Piric and Thos. HoWs.'er re in the city Thursday. those Panama hats at Schenk s. are the proper things. . I . .. . born in tins city jury v, 10 and Mrs. Pruett, a son. the best meal in Harney couti- Ifor 26 cents at the Overland tel. John Carey and wife were Fr from their Crane Creek ie this week on a visit to ret- pes, Undies $3.00 shoes for $1.95 at Busy Corner Store, tor i'iid uinm BE ?5 -, STATEMENT OF illE CONDITftftOfo J j . , .THEFlftST NATIONAL BANK- OFBtWfenV at the close ofbiishlvaa June 30th, 1010 GU OeWI3 .A ..RESOURCES Loans and Discounts U. Spends,,, t,n Bonds and Securities , , Premium o...

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 — 30 July 1910

L ri w w l ,1 l-Tt Ml t!" i Secretary Ballingcr has been declnred all right by Congress and Mr. Pinchot is down and out for good. Now if tlio secretary will instruct the general land of fice to allow people around hero to hnrvost dead iunincrs on the public land without the formal- ity of a permit, ho will gain the everlasting gratitude of resident citizens. We have no coal dopos its to fall back upon, pine-timber is to valuable for cordwood and juniper is to worthless for any oth er purpose, being of the "scrub" variety. But the general land office has recently ordered the law inforccd prohibiting the re moval of these trees, probably under the mistaken idea that they have some commercial val ue. They have not. Some of them are 2500 years old and they are still nothing but cordwood. By far the greater number are upon scab land that never can be homestcaded, so that no set tler's heritage is wasted. This city faces a wood famine during the coming winter under the or der, and we feel...

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 — 6 August 1910

HHranzamna frWtfu la, ftqe 5rcnl 3-inmry (Comtli'u Th OffloUl Taper of Harney County hl lh Urgi'it circulation ndlioneo th lwt advertising medium. In'.Kaitorn Oregon. Lovers nn iircti of O.IHB.KOO ml,., ul Innd, f1(l,'ll,fll mire jxt Micmif euliiti't o uiitry under llio jitilillo Innd lnut, of llio United HtntM. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 0,101' VOL. XXIII NO. 38 m aBBEMBB&SSB gnaKmaiwyi; J I rTJOP PROSPECT BETTER mrain Has Come out Wonderfully in The Last Few Weeks COURAGING REPORTS COMING Lditable Showing for County Fair and Great North ern Advertising Car in Spite of UntaYoraDie rea son Representative Out Now Gathering Products. he Brain crops throughout this , tionare now being harvested , from personal observation Id reports from reliable sources writer finds conditions much Itter than was hoped for a few eeks ago. With such an unfavorable sea- In it could not be expected that average crop could be raised, it the yield of grain is going to irprise most people. In ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 August 1910

i if I 'It r 1 1 if .. 1 :m IS I tt i ;t if 1 I V I. . u i. h id v i I ii f ;ti n rv fh K If t. M I if f;w i in She 3ittc$ttnNt. flATUKDAY. AU(UI8T , I0 BUimUUMTlON HATK81 One Yr ... Biz Mouth Three Month. JULIAN HVUIt IJ.OO .1.00 .. .16 Mntmirr'' More Rrnin, more liny, more Knrdcn produce ami more fruit than was expected in Harney county sounds mighty Kood. The Times-Herald has two political announcements in this issue, Henry Richardson for sheriff on the democratic ticket and W. W. Wood of Canyon City for circuit judge for this judicial district. Mr. Richardson is a pioneer resident of this county and served two terms as clerk several years ago. He is well known to the voters. Mr. Wood is a clean man and one who re alizes the importance of the office to which he aspires. The Times-Herald is confident that the visit of the head of the Harriman railroad system means immediate railroad development in this section regardless of the fact that there is no formal an nouncement. These tri...

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 — 6 August 1910

uiuuimaitnammmmmmm re Times- Jierald. tAH T1IK LAMEST CIUCUI-ATION Of J ANVNKW8PAPKR IN THIB COUNTY. VATURtlAY, AtHU'BTK, Mil). Local News, Read Schenk Uro.s. nil. The weather has become more tolerable. Meet mo at the Mt. Vernon Hot Springs. Full lino Butteriek patterns Mrs. Georgia E. Pierce. V. L. Best was over from Sil ver Creek this week. Those Panama hats at Schcnk Bros, are the proper things. P. A. Colo has gone to the Blue Mt. Springs for a short time. Chicken dinner at the Burns Hotel tomorrow at G o'clock, 50 cents. P. H. Gray was up from the Iiwen section the first of this i week. Dave Miller came over from the Warm Springs section yes terday. Miss Opal Brown has taken tho position of night operator at tho local telephone exchange. Ladies ?3.00 shoes for $1.93 at The Busy Corner Store. For' particulars road the advertise-1 ment. Frank Harrison and family will leave Monday for Spring Creek to spend a few days in camp. Mays & Find), paper hangers, wall decorators. Carria...

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 — 6 August 1910

3 iMfflfc WMMHBM ' i iHhaim" rr IK.? f P I t1? . n To The Pcstlmlsl. You are the most utterly use less of nil luimnns. The space Which you occupy upon tho sur face of tho earth is a wasted spot Without tho ability to to create, you aim to kill tho spirit of creation; without tho skill to produce, you seek to cheek tho advance of progress. You are poison oak in the for esta creeper without the strength to climb on your own stem. You not only are fruitless but one degree worse than sterile you absorb vitality to no pur pose and hurt every thing with which you come in contact. Despite tho evidence of all ages, you still refuse to recog nize that nothing achieved with out trile that nothing can bo accomplished unless it is at tempted with courage and en thusiasmand still you mnko of yourself a checkroin wherever there is cause for a spur you persist in kicking with discour agement every striver who needs the helping hand of confidence. National Magazine. Cattle In Crime Cumlilliin. Not ...

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 — 13 August 1910

win v maBuwiea Vl &lma-$ternU Th Offloltl I'pcr ol Harney flounty hs the Urgi'it clrcuUtlon and l ono ol (.ha bsit AdvertlsltiK mcdlutn In Eastern Orsgon. 'Ein? ri'cnl 3-lnmctj flCotiulrtj Couth mi itrrn of (I, IliS.rifJO iiuik ol Innili 4,'l,1l,!M (terra )ct mitiil iib(.t lo t'lilry nutlet- tlm public liuiil lnb ol tlio UiiIIhI Mntoo. itn'ii-ctijX mi roL. xxiii WUAL COUNTY FAIR We Take Sufficient Interest and Give it Proper Support? JEW REMARKS REGARDING IT iil.V Aflnir for The Benefit of Entire County That i .,tA TToirn TTncnlfiaTi Sttnnnrt nnd Active Lo- bcration of Whole Section to Make it n Success. khe people of Burns nnd i,,,,,,,., ,,,.,,.,., wncnc nn.n county take sufficient,"!" -uuim i nuuuo wn It in the county fair A. . en nave neon ncuve ior, ; five years in doinc what iuld toward holding an an- iip and they have recieved ;le unselfish support from iple but lots of criticism, the stockholders of the ition are indifferent it ras the annual uusmess cs of the Fair Associ...

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 — 13 August 1910

( " 1 t jgj - II , r t I 'i, 1 Slic Simw-gcvaW. SATURDAY, ,t'M!ST in, UIO HUiiaoHirnoN hatks! Ono Year Six Month! Throe Moutlii ... I.00 l.W W JULIAN IIYIIU mm - MnnMiM ANNUAL COUNTV I'AIR. (Continued from ikiko ono) however, Hint the purees would not justify. Such nn objection could likely be remedied if the horsemen would show n disposi tion to put their horses in shape in sufficient numbers to make contests interesting. Wo have never had a real harness contest over the course and what exhibi tions have been pulled off wore a frost so far as an attraction to the grand stand was concerned. Public subscriptions have boon raised among tho business men of Burns for the purpose of amusement for fair visitors but these contributions have been given grudgingly by many and in a manner that is humiliating to the one who has solicited them. In the past these sub scriptions have not always been collected entirely and the Fair Association has had to make good tho shortage in order to carry ou...

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 — 13 August 1910

herald. ROKST CIKCUI.ATION Or FArKH IN T1U8 COUNTY. EVERY $ OF THE CAPITAL OF THIS BANK IS REINFORCED B Y $1.60 bAY. Al'dtHT I9.W10. ;nl News. 211k Hros. ml. nt the Mt Vernon for Errs nnd Butter Corner Store. mama hats at Schenk ne proper thitifis. iinner at the Burns rrow at G o'clock, 50 Burrow lias gone to krnon Spring for the lis health. i.00 and $3.50 Trousers lat The Busy Corner J. Williams was in rer LrecK miring mo jjuest of relatives. IFinch, paper hangers, utors. Carriage paint- Furnituro redressing, kilding. fan. Tom Snrague and ban have been building. eat new school housed f Sage Hen district. . , - ' SURANCE AT COST Clothes pressed and cleaned at The Summit shirt at bciieinc 1... ..(...,.,!-( Miitimlo .'CMnml.- Prnss. ' BfOS. ,IIU OllUlltilb illUUtilw UWlviit. .w OF EARNED SURPLUS fTIIUS AFFORD ING OUR DEPOSITORS AN UNUS UAL DEGREE OF, SAFETY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS United States Depositary Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 840,000.00 Accounts Invited ate. See us ab...

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 — 13 August 1910

( L 3 ! !2H li! ) . 4ti m w& . Nothing Like Knot Inn How. H. H. Clow, janitor at the court house, has si number of potted plants that are making tl wonderful growth in the base ment of the building. Aniens: the lot are a dozen roses that are constant bloomers. They have bloomed four times each since nlantimr this snrintr and are pro - paring; to bud again. Hv oxperi- mentiiiK it is found that if the are watered daily with cold water front the fnucit it takes six weeks for them to bloom, Imt if they are watered with hike warm water the time is reduced to a month. One of these bush - es had fourteen blooms on two branches. Pinks were grown that bloom in two and u half months from the seed, while under ordinary conditions the time required is six months. Prineville Journal. ly pains, headache, pains tiny Dysentery is ti dangerous (lis-' where. Write Dr. Shoop, Undue, ease but can be cured. Cham-1 Wis. for free trial to prove value, berlain's Colic. Cholera and of his Headache, or P...

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 — 20 August 1910

lmiiiTiiii w iiiinr. niumajua f? Sth.e !lmeo-3rterota Tlie OffloUl Taper ol lUrnojr County hta the Urgttt circulation Midlionool the beat advertising mediums In Eastern Orojton. imt fclje oJrcnl 3-lnnieij Cniiuirtj Covert) mi nrua ol U,I28,HOO nrue ol Innd, 4,(1.11,1)01 ncruH yut vncnnt snlict to entry nmlor llio public Intid Inwn ol tlin United HtntcB. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HAItNEY COUNTY, OKHGON, AUGUST 20,1010 NO. 40' m lnlflr JM J 1 y I 1 U I 1 All Will 1 JL t, L m r r i zs ' sr "s- njv w srv c v V " ji M) VALUES TOO HIGH resident Lovett ofHarriman System Comments on Interior Tour ,N-COMMITTAL ON BUILDING tension of Deschutes Road to "Connect With ine Klamath-Nntron Cut-off Announced, But fcast ana West Line Iedefinite High Priced Land Drawback. ludire Lovett and party reach- "I am not suggesting any sol ln..ii...i i.. ...m, ..ft tiwiiniution for theso nroblems. but MTluu.niu luai nucniuiui mv.. ' " ., I merely reterring to tnem as con- of the interior. Judge ett did not make any de...

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 — 20 August 1910

W f I i L':Ik r ' . . 1 1 f H i , if t -' ' l: n ii i4 Site Slweu-gcratt. iiM fm SATURDAY. AUCIUSTW. UIO. K iiM " - .. f 8UUS01U1T1OM UATK8! A it'W On.Ycr '' ' : li'.S Six Motilhi ' a If i, ThrMonthi " 11 iDUAN llVltn Maw. SOME SPECIAL PREMIUMS. ' ... farm products grown by ono in dividual and also n silver cup for best general exhibit of garden products grown by oncindividunl. There will also be '200 special I Great Northern first aiml second prize ribbons goto premium win ners in the agriculture.!, garden, horticultural, slock anil dairy departments. The Times-Herald is pleased to find an awakening by local peo ple to the importance of the county fair and a few have come forward with special premiums and these will be followed oy many more no doubt. These premimums will not likely be confined to local people, however, as friends to the fnir have writ ten outside concerns suggesting prizes and it is almost assured they will respond. Another matter that will help is the decision 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 — 20 August 1910

H'Kftlliii"'" '"' "" mwiuiwmj.aMiiamimiimamMimn jwwww ""MiwMiwwBBwrftiitaw j-ijt rimes-JCerald. I.AltOKBT OIKOULATlON OK KWSPArKU IN THIS COUNTY. I iTUKIiAV. AUlll'ST 10, IV10. LocrI News. Sthenic Hros. ad. mo at the Ml. Vernon rmgs. paid for Errs and Hutter f Busy Corner Store. 2r Gray was up from I duriiiK the week. Panama lints at Schenk lire the proper things. i fken dinner at the Burns tomorrow at 6 o'clock, CO I l L'l nirms imvu cuiuu nu IK parties will be rcturn- ic. k's$3.00 and $3.50 Trousers .75 at The Busy Corner I Is. Wilson and J. S. Cook i their families have returned their outing in the inoun- i. fs & Finch, paper hangers, lecorators. Carnage paint- Ind Furniture redressing, Br Building. (lew line of dry goods, fur- EVERY $ OF THE CAPITAL OF THIS DANK IS REINFORCED D Y $1.60 OF EARNED SURPLUS THUS AFFORD ING OUR DEPOSITORS AN UNUS UAL DEGREE OF SAFETY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS United States Depositary Capital, Surplus, $25,000.00 $40,000.00 Accounts Invited...

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 — 20 August 1910

Mi t Ui V" TUB RICHNESS OP EASTENN OREdON. (Continued fromjfrst pngo.) porncre. Add to this double the aroa of semi-arid lands avail able for dry-land farming and some-idea 1ms been Riven of their possibilities. Two hundred miles of cattle and sheep ranges will Rive the road not less than 15.000 cattlo and 75.000 sheep. A largo share of the wool from the best sheep districts in the state can bo counted on. The inflow of population will bo im mediate and Rreat indeed. Eastern Oregon has suffered much from the misleading maps of early days. Whero the map maker had no knowledge of the unsettled country he wrote "desert" across its face. It has taken years of pioneering to prove past question the utter falsity of that hateful name. Where in those early maps "desert" appears are thiriving towns and settlements. Well watered ranges and hill pastures abound, and the homesteader and farmer have pushed their improvements up the course of every stream. Where the rain fall does not suffice, th...

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 — 27 August 1910

MaMMa Wye OSrcnl Jini-tiry. JCoiihUjj Cotrri hii nri-ii of D.-IJH.MJO 'nut of limit, ),('!' W iicri'H d iuiuil tnli-l to uulry uiiilcr the jpiilillc Inm) Inws of llio United HlntCH. The Ofllelal Vapor o( Hnriioj County lian tlio lurgcst circulation and Is uno ol the host lulvortlalng medium In Kaatorn Oregon. VOL. XXI11 BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 27, .91) NO. 41 S&9K3 (ILL ROAD lie Oregon Trunk Line Has Filed Amended Articles Recently 1AST AND WEST roposcd Extension Will Begin at Bend and Extend 155 Miles in a Southeasterly Direction to Point in Township 2ti Range 33, Which is in This Valley. A recent spccinl from Olympia 'ash., to the Oregoninu is of eat importance and interest to e people of Harney county as definitely outlines the propos- Ureat Northern railroad Instruction into this country. be township referred to as be- the eastern point is in the ;initj of the Sod house ranch Jd merely ties on to the Faulk- br survey of the Boise and estern through the pass to 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 — 27 August 1910

n as 9H5 vfjF i Wl 1 m W i i .A ,-ii he twc0-jctnCtl iATDRUAY. AUGUST 27, UtO BUnSOllllTION HATK8! On Year " Six Month! ' Three Montht M JULIAN HYUII Miiir Teddy has broken loose aain and holds first page in the news papers. He is a full Hedged in surgent and is ready for n scrap. With barley going belter than 30 and wheat 22 bushels to the acre on dry sagebrush land a season like this Harney county isn't so slow after all. The recent forest fires have been disastrous to the Pinchot conservation plans. It is a pity that so much of the resources of this great country should be wipe out in flames. It is hoped the business men of Burns will come forward with a pledge of a small sum each to ward the entertainment program of the fair by Monday evening. Such attractions and speed con tests as may be arranged should be advertised and the board can not wait longer than that date. A SUCCESSFUL CHASH Sheriff Richardson returned yesterday with two prisoners who are charged with horse steal ing...

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 — 27 August 1910

ms!taafmmLamammmm iWjjjjmummiM""11 m iiiniHimiLUuifU " rz.iir LIUBS-JUBiaiU. IjAROKST CIKCULAT10N OF KWSPArKU IN THIS COUNTY, rUllbAY. AUtllST ST, 1910. ;Loeal News. i Schenk Bros, ml. sights have bocoino quite me at the ML Vernon rinps. Hunyard and wife are in this city. Panama hats at Schenk (re the proper things. Holland and wife have id from their auto trip to ken dinner at the Burns omorrow at G o'clock, 50 i ! Haas was up from Nar- tiis week looking after atters. i & Finch, paper hangers, i corators. Carriage paint- kl Furniture redressing, iBuilding. , iv line of dry goods, fur-. shoes, hats, etc. can1 I be found at Hagey & (son's. Vera Hendricks is the friends in this city. The flady will soon begin her is teacher at Lawen. ' INSURANCE AT COST) f the strongest Mutuals fstnto. See us about it. B, Passenger & Maloney. having relinquishments estate for sale should . E. W. VanValkenburg, I I estate man, at his office! RS. llsaac Foster was here for days during the we...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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