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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 27 August 1910

ft.5 d wwmewnjn mililiiJJ nfmm tf 1 i 1 ., $ f. 9. n 1 KILUNtl TIMH 'The Atlanta Constitution chain- mons ono of thohnvs of nature in the following reply to a Yankee editor who evidently is descend ed from Puritan ancesters: The New Bedford, Mass , Standard is a trifle peevish be cause someone has written, in defense of the lighter class of magazines, that they sometimes print stories worth the reading "and kill an evening very plea santly for the person who has a little superfluous time to slay." "Time" comments our contem porary, "is one of the most valu able possessions a man has. It is his to use, to enjoy, to make profit by, to occupy but he whoso idea of time is that it i something to 'kill has a pooi idea of what timo is worth." And then, putting on the loud pedal, "Killing time, indeed! A man might as well kill himself." Which is one part truth and nine parts of what one may call, for lack of a more elegant tonn "tommy rot." Ask any leputable physician, and ho will tell you ...

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 — 3 September 1910

4mmmAmwmmnmMmmm mmR&Mtiztb. W1 :iiues-aHcrBld The Official Paper ot llnrnoy County ha tho lnrgost ctrcitlntlon ami la ono of tlie btt advertising medium b In Kiutern Oregon. Wle Oircnl arinriicy tfotitiltu. Cox urn on itrcu ol II, I'JH.MH) nut at Innil, 4,11.11,1)51 nrri-H jit xiuiint snliHit tuuiilry under lliu tmlillc Innil Ihwb of Dm United Blnten. VOL. XXIII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER , .!)!') NO. 42 VINT TRACK IN CANYON leport That Hill and Harriman Join Hands up The Malheur UST BUILD NOW TO HOLD RIGHT Prevent Repetition of Costly Operations in Deschutes IW Print nof liv Tlitilflinnr Dnn Trnrlf in Nnrrmv Piilivon Construction is Only Matter of a Few Weeks. fhe Vale Enterprise is author for the statement that Hilli kl Harriman will use a joint ick up the Malheur Canyon that construction must jin at once. Just where that per got sucli iniormation we unable to say, but the Bitiou looks reasonable. kterprise says: tailroad construction plans daily becoming more 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 — 3 September 1910

3 f A 4 tl. T L Sbc 8iw-gwM. SATURDAY, SBI'TCMIIKK a,IIO BlTHBOilllTtON 11ATK8! One Yt Six Montbi Three Mouth 0 .1.01 . .ID JULIAN IIYHI) . Mitntat't SUPPORT THE COUNTY PAIR. Oregon should have the beat fairs in its history this autumn, says tho Oregon Journal. There is no good reason why expositions of great merit should not bo maintained in tho west as well as in tho central and eastern states. Oregon has done well in the past, but she should do better in the future. Tho county fair has proved itself a wonderful inspiration wherever it has been encouraged and managed with ability. The annual gathering of farmers and their families, and comminging of men of all professions and oc cupations, the competitions, the interchange of ideas, all have a broadening and helpful elVect upon tho people of any country or section. The spirit of the fair is one of mutual helpfulness, of efforts to do better work, to make a better showing for the country and the individual farm. There is no good re...

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 — 3 September 1910

eKr lines-Jierald. 1HK LAIKJKST CIUOUI.ATION Of !Y NKWBrArKH IN THIS COUNTY. BATUMI AY, BKrTKMIIKU 3, 1910, Locnl News. chool suits at Schcnk Bros. eet me tit the ML Vernon tSpritiRS. peat Schaper wns over from inond during the week. Iiicken dinner at the Hums bl tomorrow at 6 o'clock, 50 do. rry lias-purcnaseu tnc Dickenson residence pi'o- in the lower part of town. ifred Bcnjnnin of New York made Schcnk Bros, agents Harm y county for his great iB. fnew line of dry goods, fur-; lugs, shoes, hats, etc. cnnl lys be lounu at llagey iv xrdson's. . Walter Cross and little Sddaughters. Cora and Jessie Sards have moved to town for school. IE INSURANCE AT COST i of the strongest Mutuals he state. See us nooui it. (all, Passenger & Maloney. iss Florence rnrnum went! her ranch yesterday after-' to look after alfairs and her friend Miss McKinzie. 3se having relinquishments pal estate for sale should tit E. W. VanValkenburg, eal estate man, at his office arns. L. Lewis is making some jes i...

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 — 3 September 1910

AM wff5P) ' " iiinnirnuiiiiniia,j -MHMIHMNMMIlMMIflMMAMMMi s ii o n a s t i &. 119! .ft I If EP K 4.' & mti Ty?fe Blue prints of any township in Burns Land District, showing namo of entrymnn, (Into and kind of entry, topography, etc., $1.00 each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns, Ore. I NOTICE. All parties owing Lewis fe Gar rett, or Simon Lewis aro hereby notified that all these accounts aro in the hands of our attorney C. H. Leonard for collection and settlement Persons indebted to us will please settle tho same with Mr. Leonard at once. Simon Lewis J. T. Gaurktt. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey. Fenwick & 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 aro hereby requested to make imme diate settlement of the same. Dated Aug. 6th, 1909. Hagey. Fenwick & Jackson. NO TRESPASSING. Hunting in forbidden upon my place adjoininjt BurnB. TreepuHH rs will ...

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 — 10 September 1910

HMMMWMtlMMaMMgMM II V HJci Wle CSrcnl 31 n nicy Co u tiny Cotcrn nn n ri-u of 11,428,800 nun ol Innd, 4,d;H,li5I ncrcR jut iuimt pnbil to entry under (ho public liiml Iruh ol tlio United Btntes. The Official Paper of llurno County has tho Urgoat circulation and iaonool tlie beat ndvortishiR modlutns In Kaalorn Oregon. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 10, 15)10 NO. 43 gjEBsHtiMtMNmffimeMnnsMmaafBn She Ipmg-fieMli COUNTY FAIR PROGRAM Most Attractive and Interesting Ever Offered to The Public NEW FEATURES FOR EACH DAY Entertainment for Fair Visitors That Will Please All Big Stock Show Proposed to be Representative of Great Industry in Harney County if Possible. The program gotten up for the ( purse will bo divided $15 to first entertainment of fair visitors is, and $10 to second. of the best and most attrac-l lh? Um ra.ce w, bp K?v" ( nrtinrf v Amormnn 'lVmimrr tive yet put out It is one that, Associotion rulea and thoPO mU8t will appeal to ail and make every be at le...

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 — 10 September 1910

aa MMMMiUitlMllUMMWMWWW i i n p Slw 9immtL flATtJBDXT. BKlTEMilEIl 10,1910 BtmaoniPTtoN rates! On Yt Six Monlhi Tbrct Month! . .oo lv) . .75 j JULIAN MTlll) Tho attention of tho writer lias been called to a letter written by A. C. Clark, of Burton, Wash., to the secretary of tho Portland Commercial Club in which he al leges that would-be homeseckcrs took their lives in their own hands in coming to Harnev county to settle The assertion was made, according to this letter, thnt tho stockmen threatened the lives of homesteaders and that cow punchers and range riders harrassed homesteaders, etc., and that several lives had already paid the penalty of attempting to homestead lands in this and ad joining counties. This is the story of a man (whoso name is not given) who had "had actual experience in Harney county." This is the rankest fabrication and most foolish. No such con dition exists here and the man making such an assertion is simp ly a knocker. This letter would suggest a state 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 — 10 September 1910

nutmHMEinimmiUWHI 1ififiiifiiiriWi(il HHM t Times-J-Ierald. Af THK LAH0KST CIHCULATION OK ANY NKWSFAl'Kll IN THIS COUNTY. SATUKIlAY, SEt'TKMBKn 10, 110. Loon) News. School suit. at Schenk Bros. 150 tons of hay for stile hi lt qin're at this oflico. John Rohertson and Win, Storl- E inp arc back from a trip to out- , side points. Fall and winter weight cloth- l nig at ro luced prices at The busy Corner Store. . V Born Thursday. Sentomber 8, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beery in this city, a son. A handmade lace handkerchief was found near the Geer rcsi-i dence owner call at this office, i Mrs. C. A. Haines and childA ren are again domiciled in their home in this city for the school year. A new line of dry goods, fur nishings, shoes, hats, etc. can always be found at Hagey & Richardson's. A. M. Byrd and wife have moved into the W. E. Huston! residence opposite Iho Times-' Herald office, for the winter. I FIRE INSURANCE AT COST I is one of the strongest Mutuals in the state. See us about i...

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 — 10 September 1910

I 1 I sw n& Y'm , . .- - -- - - n,n. ii i.n...r UMil.ui.m.iiM.iiiiir miirn minimus, n n . n nil I n i mp & mr ii i - - awn .. Bluo prints of any township in urns Lnnd District, showing . . . -f k.lfatmnn rlninnvwl kind t,l,llllU Ui, Uliujriuii ... P? entry, topography, etc., $1.00 finli JPIatt T. Kantian, minis, , ,.... feire. NOTICE. Iff All imrties owing Lewis & Gnr- lySjijtt, or Simon Lewis nro hereby IfyJDtified thnt all these accounts !Vi lie in the hands of our attorney M" ! . H. Leonard ipr coiiccuon mm Liiittlement Persons indebted to Wa tuill nlnncn snMIn till snillO C5.," j:::: 'lUl iUr. Jueoilliru lib uiitu. Simon Lewis J. T. Gaurrtt. NOTICE & Any and all persons owing the Srm of Hagey. ivcmvicic iM .incs n nirVinr on account or note, re hereby notified that all such Accounts and notes are now in ,!ie hands of C. II. Leonard for :tllotfnn. Such uersons are ereby requested to make imnie- .J-i ill . f lw. gnmn Dated Aug. Gth, 1900. - -a-. --. t T.na .-,. lAQ...

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 — 17 September 1910

mm Wlie Vfiuea2-tcrnlQi The Ofllolal Tnpor of Hnrnoj County has ths largoit circulation ami Is ono of the bit Advertising mediums in Knatorn dragon. idc OJrcn! 3-inmcu, (f.mnilrtj .Couth nti iirou of 0, l'J8,S09 'iic-n-e ol land. 4,(1111,1101 wrim yet wicnnl subject to entry timlor tlio public land Inns of tlio United Klnlefl. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1010 NO. 44 s Jvlll'JvilivJi7 wllii U. Y RESIDE OFF LAND fore Detailed Information Regarding Enlarged Homesteads ROOF BASED ON CULTIVATION le untryman Musi Either Farm The Land Himself or Supervise its Culture, According to Ruling of Acting Secretary Picrce-vResidence Not Question. fho Times-Hernid made men-iL" f,, M , '. r- of a ruling covering the 320- hnf ,,,. , ,.. .. ..... lmTttnrnnri Inn. rri.io inlinn 1 - - . strties the law not requiring lual residence upon the land. plowing is a portion of this ing as given out hy Acting tretnryPierce. I'The department is unable to in the language of the sec- ary ...

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 — 17 September 1910

iflr riX fc i It ft r ? fi 5? ft i 11 sr h I Ti, fm. fA ir - u.j Q'.S: IV IP, Sbc to-itaCil SATURDAY, SKlTKMnkU IT.ItIO 8U1180M1TI0N 11ATRS! One Year I WO BU Month!.... 1W Three Monthi 1 - r-r-:rL tsr t: JULIAN IIYUI) MnnMrr ATTACK PORTLAND STOCKYARDS The following Salem dispatch appears in the Jeurnal: Live stock men of Oregon assembled at tho annual meeting of Oregon Pure Bred Livestock association at the Oregon sUto fair grounds last night made severe attack up on the Portland Union stock yards and methods employed there. Tho stock market was declared to bo in ,thc worst con dition since new stock yards were built as all competition has been eliminated. The stock men de clared they were not getting full value for their stock since com petition in the stock market had disappeared. State Dairy and Food Commis sioner J. W. Bailey was speaker and introduced the subject. He read a letter written by D. O. Lively in which Mr. Lively claimed credit for improving tho market for stock. Mr....

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 — 17 September 1910

ugllltlUHl'fJWIDllUIJI.Hm.'HUlLJlMJW. tBS-Jierald. CARQE8T CIRCULATION OP i rsrAPKR IN THIS COUNTY. 8AY, SKl'TKMIHill IT, 1I0. Local News. puits nt Schonk Bros. Drawbridge is over f rom nt Izcc. of hay for sale hi lls office. Iros. ana a. uiarK were Drewsey this week on less. winter weight cloth- iJuccd prices at The ler Store. Mine of dry goods, fur- t shoes, hats, etc. can found at Hagey & s. iipson, who formerly Wright's Point and iterests in this section, fith us after an absence iaving relinquisnments state for sale should W. VanValkenburg, Btate man, at his office STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business September 1st, 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $279,2tC97 U.S. Bonds , 50,000.00 Bonds nnd:Socurities 52,7GG.39 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixturea G,G00.00 Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00 CASH 141,280.81 $533,114.17 LIABILITIES Capital $25,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 44.51G.G...

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 — 17 September 1910

mwilitttiiJltol ;jAi Bluo nrints of any township In Burns Land District, showing nnmo of cntryman, (Into nml kind of entry, topography, etc., ?1.00 each. Piatt T. Randall, Burns, Ore. NOTICE. All parties owing Lewis & Gar rett, or Simon Lewis are hereby notified that all these accounts are in the hands of our attorney C. H. Leonard for collection and settlement Persons indebted to us will please settle the same with Mr. Leonard at once. Simon Lnwis J. T. Gaukbtt. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey, Fcnwiclc & Jack son, either oh account or note, are hereby notified that all such accounts and notes arc now in the hands of C. II. Leonard for collection. Such persons arc hereby requested to'mako imme diate settlement of tho same. Dated Aug. 6th, 1909. Hagey. Fenwick & Jackson. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. llMnrnHTATiti t.ANnDrricK. I lliirna, Oregon. August IH, HMO. t Nnllco la licrohj kIvoii that tho HtalimtOro koii linn illi'il In tit In QUITO Ita n.llctliin ji...

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 — 24 September 1910

-w- '"'" "'"""""""" ' '" ' " ' !""" "" ' - -- - ,n M- STJh.e Oircn: 3Hnrticu flGotmlru Cowr nn i on ot ((, I2H.H00 iun ol litmt. 4,(UI,lirii icit-H jtt nciint snlict tounlry undo tlio imlilic land Inns ol tho tTiilti-il 1 1 lefl. frtte lmJicrnl& Th Omolal Tapor of llnrnoy County has the largest circulation anil la ono ol he btit advertising medium In Kiulorn Oregon. VOL. XXIII BURNS,' IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 24. i910 NO. 45 J. HILL IS AN OPTIMIST ?s No Reason for Alarm Over Busi ness Conditions in Country ys CONSERVE COMMON SENSE ancially, The Country is Stronger Than Ever Before in ita HlStnrV MOnCV 18 X1C1U UY lire uo . Abundance and The Rates of Interest Are Low. INDUSTRIAL NOTI'.S. . in il u n . n- n wl tirrk onti imcs J. iiill tne empire i monui ur ujcai uu w.. .!.. xt. hdu r M,.wor should be complete. iMasuci- nnr. un ruLiiui ui inui i - thwest," cannot see why the ness men of the country ild at present fear to engage iev enterprises, nor can he any reason wnatev...

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 — 24 September 1910

C . lA J!fi JTl m i!S ? ft re w mm , i ,f Ihc ime-ltaCdL SATURDAY. 8KITKM1IKU HI, UIO BUBSOUUTION ItATKSi OuYcr WW Six Month w Thre Months ... JULIAN llTltn Miitr TEACHERS' ANNUAL INSTITUTE. (From the Bellingham, Wash., Evening American) Dr. Madison's Stay in Bellingham is Proving a Boon to Afflicted Humanity Supt. Hamilton 1ms arranged for the annual county institute to bo held in the city beginning Wednesday Oct 6. Ho has boon in communication with Stato Supt. Ackerman and several out Bido instructors and has just se cured the services of an instruc tor from Portland who will be present Owing to the uncer tainty Mr. Hamilton has been unablo to get out a program in time to reach the teachers. How ever, the institue will begin Wednesday afternoon and con tinue until Friday afternoon with evening sessions on Wednesday and Thursday. Supt Hamilton has instructed The Times-Herald to make these annoucements and further state that the law requires every teacher actively engaged in the cou...

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 — 24 September 1910

- ' - KQKBT CIRCULATION Of BPArXR IN THI 8 COUNTY. Y, BKI'TKMIIKU 11 10. cal News. lits at Schcnk Bros. of hay for sale in- tis ofRce. pio nusy uorner oiore lothiriK. i lith is homo from a rip to Diamond. liar has received a por- fall and winter milli- invites the ladies to line of dry goods, fur- fshoes, hats, etc. can found at Hagey & s. ichanan was over from ' lis week. He reports )f grain on his place factory. ives and wife were up home near the lake lays tins weeK auenu- ie land business. the streets a dull jssinian crescent shaped with two gold bands. fcase leave at this office. kavmg relinquisnmenis state for sale should! W. VanValkenburg, Btate man, at his ofiice STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business September 1st, 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $279,210.97 U.S. Bonds 50,000.00 Bonds and Securities 52.7CG.S9 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures G, 600. 00 Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,...

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 — 24 September 1910

C JHBWPp5KTri!!RHIHWMHSW 2f anaaa mannas ana aT" Blue prints of any township in Burns Land District, showing name of untfyman, datonnd kind of entry, topography, etc., $1.00 each. Piatt T. Randall, Hums, Ore. NOTICE. AH parties owing Lewis & Gar rett, or Simon Lewis are hereby notified that all these accounts are in the hands of our attorney C. H. Leonard for collection anil settlement Persons indebted to us will please settle the same with Mr. Leonard at once. Simon Lewis J. T. Gakkktt. NOTICE Any and all persons owing the firm of Hagey, Fenwick & Jack son, either on account or note, are hereby notified that all such accounts and notes are now in the hands of C. II. Leonard for collection. Sucli persons are hereby requested to'make imme diate settlement of the same. Dated Aug. 6th, 1909. Haqey, Fenwick & Jackson. NO TRKSPASSINO. Hunting in forbidden upon my place adjoiniiifi Burns. Tret-pilars will be prosecuted. C. H. VOKGTLY. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UMTKPHTATM t.ANDOr...

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 October 1910

aUWMMdMH m i ' naunnMtbhau Mttalh illie OSrcnt 3,nruru,'outtlru Covers an rial ol O'JSOO ncrra ol land, 4,o;M,!ifil ncrcs yet vncnnt Biilijrct to entry iitului tlio public land lane ol tlio United Rlnlcs. The OQlolal rpor o( Harney County has the Urgnst circulation and la one ol he bait advertising medtutna In Eaalern Oregon. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 1, 191) NO. 46 She SCHOOL DA YA T THE FAIR ee Admission for All School Child ren in County on Thursday DRY FARM EXPERT TO SPEAK rfessor Thomas Shaw, Soil Expert, Commissioned by Hill Railroad Interests to Tour Interior Oregon Has Been Successful in Montana and North Dakota. the county fair will be held i Oregon into successful ngricul- it week beginning on Tuesday i ture, just as ho has helped to do continuing until Saturday ung. Everything will bo in iliness and the display of pro- its and livestock will be the yet seen. The speed and jsement program is one that be interesting to all. (hursday has been set apart...

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 October 1910

M J! Q KUI' " fflU ?!'t.i1B K.:htF bk rf & m i dftft iW? i Ml m i ffj iff i I- t V ,...., - - -. , ..-, -.-... .. flbc Wmc-ftaCtl. 8AT0BDAT. bfafOnfclt t llo BlMSOUIlTioft 11ATKB: . nfU I On Yeat. .(1.00 .J.CO .. .78 m BIX HQDUlliMt. )f ThtttMonthl... 3 JULIAN IITltn "" VALUE OF OUR COUNTY I'AIRS. The Lane County Agricultural and Industrial Fair has been on at Euarcne. with fino weather and a lnrtro number of excellent and attractively arranged exhibits. How in tho world would tho busy farmer know what his equally busy neighbors were doing in tho lino of raising stock, wheat, poultry, vegetables, grain, hay and hops; in dairying, fruit-can-insr and nrune-drying, if he and they did not stop long enough at the end of tho harvest season to como together and compare notes? And how would he and they profit by the experience of each other but for these meetings and the comparison of the results of their endeavor? The ncrricultultural fair is not a new institution in this state, by any...

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 October 1910

UWMIfnWlHi!.ffl BMNUiUkUbiaHHIMWIi les-Jferald. LARQKBT CinOUIATION OF J IKWBPAPKB IN THIB COUNTY. I IURUAT, OCTOHKn 1,1910. f Local News. i Bl suits nt Schcnk Bros. Gray litis boon in town w days. ans 01 nay ior sate m- this office. : Cattcrson was in the city , of this week. i The Busy Corner Store ir clothing. will be moving pictures Sight during the fair next i test reduction sale of the now on at The Busy I Store. f Millar has received a por tlier fall and winter milli- Ind invites the ladies to lorton and family have iver from Diamond this jests at the home of H. pton. rge delegation of Rebekahsl Ipected over from Grant for the district conven pet week. iv line of dry goods, fur- shoes, hats, etc. can; be found at Hagcy & ison s. , Otley brought in the elec- turns from Lawen Sunday accompanied by his wife tighter, Miss Mary. -On the streets a dull kbyssinian crescent shaped pin with two gold bands. i; please leave at this office. Walker went to Baker st week to meet his mo...

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