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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1911)
FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES
We are going to have SPECIAL SALES all during
FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times
Herald Daily each evening for the announcement
of the following dag. You will be interested
UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, SWEATER-COATS.
Reduced for Tomorrow Only
Eerythiog to Wear for People Wha Care.
SCBENK & WILLIAM
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg
CLEANING AND PRESSING
(Continued from page 1)
tional Bank, "Banks, Bankers
0. C. Loiter of the Oregonian, !
"Country Newspaper Publicity
and country Correspondents."
D. 0. Lively, of the Union Stock
Yards, "Hogs. More of Them."
The Times-Herald will devote
space to all these subjects later
in the week as it hasn'tspaco to
At the noon luncheon a most
ed the league delegates to tho
Tho Times-Herald has not
space to give tho afternoon pro
gram. Marshall N. Dana, of the Port
land Journal, at this afternoon's
session in some woll chosen re
marks struck a keynote that has '
future possibilities of consider-'
able import. Among them hei
suggested that for the larger!
development of Oregon's re-1
sources tho Leagues appoint
from among their membership
and several localities men repre
sentative of the agricultural, in
dustrial, mercantile. manufactur-J
ing and stock-raising pursuits.
for the purpose of holding con-' ififo
ierences ana then bring uieir,
suggestions and conclusions to1
these conventions with a view of
developing tho larger interests
thus securing to tho local tho
best possible returns thus obviat
ing an attempt at developing hit-1
an-miss fashion, locality for lo-'
cality, individual for individual, '
and never attaining anything
1 BURNS CUT
Highest Grade Chocolates & Confections
SAUR KRAUT CANDY A SPECIALTY
I Cigars, Pipes, Art Post Cards, Novelics, Etc.
a ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM CONES, ORANGEADE, LEMONADE, SODA POP
PEANUTS and POPCORN
Corner south Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Also at the Stand
Under Grand Stand at Fair Grounds
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1911.
julian it run
Judge Worden of Kalamath
Falls struck the nail on the head
last night, when he suggested
Klamath, Lake, Harney and
Crook counties get together on
their advertising matter. In
not only would be a great saving,
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done. Another good suggestion eniovable and profitable hour was
he made was the improvement of Spent. The secretaries of thei
the Burns-Bend auto road. Let s various committees spoke of their
make it the finest in the state, experience in handling corres
Crook and Harney counties have pondence, reaching intending in
the material and money why not vestors and results. Among the
nt. ,-(-9 n ,-f ,.;il(- ,i ,in ,-f speakers were Mr. Oliver of
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OUR GREAT HOME INSTITUTION
01 all old line companies or
ganlt(d, 109 In all. rlnce 1905
OREGON LIFE has and will
HOLD THE LEAD
n. C. HCKILGSTON
THE CITY DRUG STORE
Fancv Candies, Meerschaum and
French Brier Pipes, Clears and Gen
eral Line of Smokers Articles.
KEEB BROS, Proprietors
A. 0. Hunter made a hit
night when he suggested an
'Klamath, Mr. Rice of Lakeview,
Mayor Jones of Redmond, T. M.
Baldwin of Prineville. Mr. Mc-
last i'luy oi tne narnman ranroaa
system maue one oi tnemosneii-
incr tnlks wlipn rvillpfl nnnn ni
rigation convention. The Carey luncheon. He is completely car
act segregations in Oregon have ried away with this big country
been a curse. They have not and said he wanted to spend two
been conducted in a business or three weeks here. "No books,
rn, . . . i4. magazines, newspapers or any
manner. This is an important othr m0(e of advertising ca
matter in which the entire state ten about this magnificient coun-
is interested. try," said Mr. McMurray. He
pledged the system he represents
, . ,. ... . to the support of Central Oregon.
The decorations at Masonic Every means of publicity they
Hall where the noon-day lunch- have is to be focused on this sec
eon was served yesterday and to-' tion. They are ready. He re
day were appropriate and sug- srets the apparent lack of intcr-
gestive. Alfalfa, wheat, rye and esl. .n tne communities where in
other native products were used ?"5a ?n3: AJ?1
ItllCI IU UC OCI1L UUl III ICajJUIISU
to these inquiries "don't go"
with him. Every letter should
have personal attention and fol-,
lowed iin if nnnpssnrv.
irriga- f Johnson, nhnirmnn of thr
tion and the farmers will come executive committee of the Port
all right, and the kind that Mr. land Commercial Club assured us
Rinehart was speaking about the ?f the deep interest that city has I
with fho Qtnminn in ctinU i" "o ueveiopmem oi mis sec
First door south ol French Hotel
I1LUK RIUUON HKER
Hermitage, Old Crow, Old Oscar
Pepper, Kond & Ullard Whiskies
KliY Wi:sT CIGARS
BEST TRADE SOLICITED
J. V. CRAWFORD.
I Go To The White
j Front Livery Stable
!new rigs and teams
: 'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
I R. J. AlcKINNON, Jr., (Proprietor.
ii "!' iniiw il I ! I .
3ob iPiiitHiig-irftc ?Hiitcs:Hei'n.i!k
products were used
on the tables as though they were
Give us railroads and
until they win out.
tion. "Portland stands for the
upbuilding of all Oregon" said'
Mr. Johnson, "and we are yours
to command." '
Immediately following the
luncheon the school children
marched down to main street,
headed by the band, and escort-
We all like J. A. Rinehart who
soably represented Gov. West
last night. He is a "Made in
Oregon" production and we are
proud of him. His mirth and ,
witearlycaptivatedtheaudiencelXhe Brick Comer
tvhmh no npWI nr his finirnrai
ends, until the closing words.
He showed his readiness to grasp !
DURING THE WEEK
If yov have leisure call and
take a good look at
BROWN'S SATISFACTORY STORE
You will be pleased
and so will
a situation when the stereopt"'
con blew up with a loud report,
he said: "Now what in the world
was that," as if it was a part in
a carefully prepared speech. J.
A. you are all right with your
"pegllegged Dutch" and all the
JOE LINDEN, Prop.
Corner South of the Post Office
FINEST LIQUORS AND
THE BEST OP CIQARS.
invited and accom-
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