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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1911)
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Burns Flour Milling Co.
Makers of the
'Famous Burns Flour9
"CREMO" BREAKFAST FOOD
Always for the development
of Central Oregon and Har
An Ii-rignting Cnnal on the William Hanley Co. Holdings " Hlitzen Valley.
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A meeting was held at Locher's
i Hull last night for the purpose of
Hiblmrt', I organizing a Harney County
Farmers Co-operative Associa
tion. Mr. Ureithaupt, Superinten
dent of the Experimental Station
said in part: "This meeting is
called to bring the farmers of
Harney County and the Experi
mental Station in closer touch
with each other. I am here to
help you and in return I want
you to help me.
"Sub-stations will be located
and this organization will have
11. ' some influence in securing these
Alfalfa, first crop-L. E. Hib-
bard, first; C. S. Johnson, second.
Alfalfa, second crop L. E.
Hibbard, first; .las. Varien, sec-1 called the meeting to order.
Timothy Henry Jennings,
first; Jas. Varien, second.
Natural grass Jas. Varien,
first; Ralph Hibbard, second.
Hops Jas. Varien, first; Mrs.
A. Barron, second.
Bromes Henry Jennings, first.
Red top J. II. Anderson, first.
Specials II ulless barley,
Dixon, first Field peas- L,
Hibbard, first; Gail Barnes sec. Following these remarks nomi
Halph Hibbard won the Great nations were made for president
Northern Silver cup. Drewsey and secretary. Dr. L. E. Hib
soetion gets the first and Sunset hard was unanimously elected
second for district exhibits. E? nnd Mr' Uobt' iIiirris'
I Forty farmers of Harney coun
All nboard for the fairgrounds. ' ty were enrolled at this meeting
I hlr J door south side Ulssner Iluildlng
J. 12. MOV, Proprietor I
Lunches, short order, pics, bread,
cakes, etc. etc.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED,
irt Ijiio u J i.. .
I For "Wide or tentO. '
Bums IVIeat JVIarket
H. J. HANSEN, Proprietor
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
Sausage, Bologna, Liver,
and everything in a first class Meat Markiet in
Wholesale and Retail
Prompt and Satisfactory Servjce
During Fair Week.
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THIS ii the i.
ihoe fer t
comfort ind spier J -wear.
It's honestly riAf
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It's the I
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posrihlo to make. It lias pie. ,
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reuse- heel, tillrho liuiuro
shoes aro scit-ntilleally t.tado
They fit all oer. Tho instm ir
cut just rilit and tho arch of I
tho loot is comfortably support- f
ctt. i no uppers, uninga, inw s,
counters, lieels, and solea rrt
tho Ik t that money v ill I uj ,
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throughly ns money 11 1-' 1
can ikuse. Gttche Cs -i
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and a shape for evrrj k , i
The Shoe Man
2 Fair Week Specials 2
Three Kinds The Very Best
Guarantee to Save You Money
The Most Complete Assort
ment Ever Broiifjht to The City
C.W. CL'VENCER, The Furniture Aian
Vnollier (Jeucral View tif the Cltas. Wilson Knrm.
I WANT, YOU WANT, THEY WANT-Possessive case
We have it
When you want a thing you want it. Listen: We have studied the wants
of the people for more than thirty years; our long experience has qualified
us to the extent thai we know what the people want, and keep it on hand
when they want it. If you want any more come to the
BURNS DEPARTHENT STORE
A.XM3. SO Xl7fcl.t VOU WELIX-t
J. C. WELCOMi; SON
u Jlanufaciurcrs .mi dealer in
Harness and Saddlery
Latest Designs in Indian Robes
BITS and SPURS
The Place to buy CANDY
The Place to buy CIGARS
The Place to buy PERFUMES
The Place to Get What You Pay For
The Place to Pay For What You Get
The Place you Can't Afford to Overlook
J. C. WELCOME, Jr. Proprietor