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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 November 1910

c -.T itflfftf MntMMMMSIHMIIMSIKMSH 4M'!Lfc W,.M! She ihutjMnCd. SATURDAY. KOVEMDKU l, lIO 8UJ)80HtrriON UATK8- One Ycr . Six Month! . Throo Montht. 13 OC .10 ,v JVI.IAK IIYIII) - - MM1t4l The supplement sent out by this Rreat religious weekly last issue is nn exact duplicate, of Un official ballot to bo voted at Tucscay'3 election. Thoso pro posed laws should bo studied carefully by all beforo they en ter the booth as it will require some time for each man to cast his vote and in the larger pro cincts it will take the entire time from the opening of the polls to accommodate tho voters. Wo would suggest that each mark a sample ballot beforo entering the. booth and then go by num bers when voting the official ballot Such method will facili tate matters and lesson possible confusion. The voters should be careful in voting for higher salaries to pub lic officers. None of Micm got to much pay, perhaps, but they know the salary beforo asking for the office and therefore should pot accept...

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 — 5 November 1910

imes-Jierald. R0K8T CIRCULATION OP KTKK IN THI8 COUNTY. Y, NOVEMDKU ft, 1910. 3Al News, Benjamin at Schonk eman is up from his Busy Corner Store thingr. iflfman is over from ar Anderson. eating stove for sale. this office. is nuito ill at tho ivate hospital in this filing Company wants aul lumber from mill fikins has sufficiently from his recent illness e to be out some. preaching service will the Baptist church to th morning and even- lar has received a por- fall and winter milli- S invites the ladies to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Capital : Surplus : $70,000.00 , United States Depositary Accounts fayjted sorSpecial Attention Given To Banking By Mail Business. esterson was in tho st of this week attend- business and to visit line of dry goods, fur- Ishoes, hats, etc. can found at Hagey & :s. sweanngen leit last ar umeo, uaiiiornia, as called on account Sous illness of his aged ClotJics pressed and cleaned at Sclipol suits at Schenk Bros. J J. J. Heinz is among our bus...

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 — 5 November 1910

T7 ;v "vrv I I; What Tk World drfW From The Farm- farms When tho world wants good cows, horses, sheep, liens and hogs it sends out to tho and sets them. When St wants good things to eat it writes a letter to tho far mers and is never disappointed in getting just what it orders. When it wants tho choicest fruit, our farms havo it. If fruit is not plentiful in tho East, there is the great West to draw from. When it is looking for homos for tho thousands in other lands who never know what homo really is, it sends to this groat country of ours. When tho world feels tho great need of men to do great things, it reaches out its hand to the farm, and says: ' 'You havo just tho ones wo want Send them to ust It is a timo of soro stress; do not fail us!" And from tho farms a steady stream of men goes to answer the call. You find them in the offices, in tho factories, in tho stores of . tho great cities. They are doing much of the world'&work to-day, and they will always bo doing it; for 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 — 12 November 1910

uriiniTiii urn : i n rrr r'T iTittd ..-. . -.. fpmlUMib. fic CSrcnt Untiicy Country, Govern on men of 0,428,800 acres ol Iniiil, 4,031,1)01 iicrwi yet vncnnt subject to entry under tho public land lam of tlio United Hlalcs. The Official Papor of lUrnejr County lui the largMtt circulation and la one of he belt advertising mediums In Eastern Oregon. f he XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 12, 1910 NO 52. FARMING DOCTRINE -pts of Prof. Shaw's Address at Dry Farm Congress ODS USED, CROPS GROWN erv Practical Sucrcestiona mat snoism uc en Consideration and Trial by Local Farmers hods That Promise Success The Equipment. ties-Herald lias received that it ia of tho highest' money Etext of Prof. Thomas 'value, because ot tne largo yieius ,j . .. i.- , obtained. Tho yields obtained UUlWoa KltWU fcj.vw wi ling congress at Spokane and prints a portion of bblem of dry farming is test problem that con- i people of the West to- from winter wheat properly grown have in somo instances gone ...

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 — 12 November 1910

p""" am 4 '4 .1 THE TIMES-HERALD'S ABSTRACT OP ELECTION RETURNS UP TO DATE. II 20 33 ai Conjrress Crawford, S 22 Lnffcrty, R 178 Manning, D 105 Pratt, -P Governor Bowcrman, R IGOi Enton, P (5 Richards. S 21 West, D 137 Secretary of State Benson, R .. . 17fi Davis, P..t 8 McDonald, S 29 Oliver, D 98, State Treasurer Butler, P 32 Kay, R 210 Otten, S 40 Sunremo Court. 4-years Bean. R 191 Brijrht, P 2G McBride, RD .. 153 Myers. S 33 Ryan. S 21 Slater, D 77 Sunremo Court. G-years Burnett, R 1G7 Jones, S ... 80 King. D 161 Moore, RD 187 Pnmn H 9.9 Attorney General Brix, S 48 Crawford,. R .... 223 State Sunt Alderman, R 16849,52 Hinsdale, S TJ Horner, D Steel. P State Printer Bylander, S Duniway, R Godfrey, D . Labor Commissioner Curry. S Hoff, R Houston t Railroad Commissioner McLain. D 131 Miller, R 171 State Engineer Koob, S 43 Lewis, R . . . 236 Water Supt Cochran, R JlGTj Saxfon, D 135 Circuit Court ! BiKKs. D ;15857 Davis. R 1149, Renresentative Brooke. R ' . 161 Johnson, S 27 McKnig...

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 — 12 November 1910

ics-Jierald. CAEdEBT CIRCULATION P rBPAfKR IN TUIB COUNTY. DAT. NOVRMDRK 19. 1910. Local News. Benjamin nt Schonk f Davis was over from fiis week. i heating stove for sale. ; thi3 office. iwlfield was up from Ithis week. Paul and wife are over py Valley. lilling Company wants lhaul lumber from mill white scarf was found eet Owner call at this ss was up lrom xsar 3ay and finished rid- Id Fellow's g6at lllar has received a por- r fall and winter milli- invites the ladies to Irrett, Lee Caldwell and e, were among those stance to come down for jM THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Capital : Surplus : $70,000.00 United, States Depositary Accounts I&yfoqd &&Special Attention Given To Banking By Mail Business. jc line of dry goods, fur I shoes, hats, etc. can found at Hagey & s. reiman of Boise is here to relatives, He is a Mrs. I. Schwartz and an boys of this city. there' club will hold a fore part of December ave all kinds of Christ- trimmings for sale. few choice fill...

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 — 12 November 1910

r f- rn-- 2fiTFV6to 1JS Z' s DRY PARMINQ DOCTRINK. -wf wmwmmmmmaam (Concluded from pago 1) gjea to so caring for tho land that ho breaks that ho may feel virtually suroof at least a rea sonable return. In order to do this, howover, ho should have enough lain by when ho begins work, providing ho has a family, to carry him over until another season. Thoso who can come thus equipped need not fear failure. Tho Home Hotel is tho comfor table placo to board. NEW CLUBBINQ PROPOSITION We have arranged to offer in connection with this paper, the new monthly farm magazine just started at Lincoln, Nebraskn, by Prof. H. W. Campbell and devot ed to tho subject of how to farm in the dry country and how to get best results from soil tillage under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and we offer it clubbed with The Times-Terald both for $2. 60 per year cash. Prof. Camp bells' new paper is a monthly, chock full of good things, tho only paper of its kind in tho world, and it...

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 — 19 November 1910

P pme, 7ie hnes-3Hirnia The Official Papor of Ilnrnojr County hta the lartfoat olrculntloti nml it ono of hs bait mlvcrUaliiK mediums In'Knatorn Oregon. &jUX SEllcifircM aHnrucjj Coutilry Covers nn i.ron of ((,'1-8,00 iivioft of Innri, 4,0.1 l,HM iicrrH yot varnnt subject to entry junior llio public land Irwb of tlio United F mien. )L. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 10, 1910 NOl. SPte S-9fl.iiP jt 9? sy ty -f- . i TLE FROM THE WEST lying This Region of Stock to he Fed in East for Market SUM TRANSFERRED WEST stances Have Forced the West to Clenn up and iditions Exactly the Reverse Have Enabled the sissippi Valley to Meet the Emergency nt Once. in live stock annals compared to the current ad ovino exodus from the for several months past -Missouri region has gorging while the farm ing to the east has been what promises to be a migration. Fortuitous knees have forced the Cpart of the continent to nd conditions exatly the Save enabled the Mississ- ey to meet the emcr- : ...

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 — 19 November 1910

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 November 1910

- ..i, , m, .iii in herald. LSdKST OinOOIATION Of PATER IN T1HB COUNTY. Iy, NOVKMIIKK 19, 1010. L 1 M..n ! fVni 11BYVO, Benjamin nt Schonk boating stovo for sale, this office. rtcra for Christmas jiaburg, Dalton & Co. iranderVeer was over Uno Creek farm this r llling Company wants aul lumbor from mill i lar has received a por- , fall and winter milli- Hnvites tho ladies to B. Reed & Son for ttor, Eggs, Cheese, Cranberries, at lowest Ino of dry goods, fur- Bhoes, hats, etc can found at Hagoy & lers' ciud win noia n forepart of December vo all kinds of Chnst- immings for sale. J kpper and Chr.s. Owen' iwn the first of this ing recently rciurnea icmucca where they Jriving cattle r.U sea- few choice fillies and lc, yearlings and two Will sell cheap if They are all high Ihoice individuals. J. W. Biggs. Slard has had his share this week. He lost ; horse by drowning in vhilo watering his team .Stanclift bridge, and agon ran over his foot- ihis largest toe which off for a few we...

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 — 19 November 1910

C Ss- lr. WA M, '& mjjgjyigflgfliJCfiiSJjUiJ Wo liavo arranged to offer in connection with this paper, the new monthly farm magazino just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. II. W. Campbell and devot ed to the subject of how to farm in the dry country and how to get best results from soil tillagi under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offer it clubbed with The Timcs-Terald both for 2.50 per year cash. Prof. Camp bells' now paper is a monthly, chock full of good things, the only paper of its kind in' tho world, and it embodies the re sults of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of tho soil tillago proposition. i NOTION FOK PUBLICATION UNITKI) BTATK8 LAND OFK1CK. I Uurns. Oregon, November 1, 1910.) Notlca It hvrebr rItoii that Adrian Y. Cot mtn whoso ixistoitlco aiMrcas U Vaullus, Crook Co., Oregon, Mil, on tho lain day of lxccmlxr. 1909. Die lu this offlco Sworn Btstomont ami Application, No uiito, to purchase inoi.7t, Secti...

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 — 26 November 1910

sk jwaifcM feMfflisM8fflaH!affl! aaarian tHMWMHMHHHHHiiH mKt)imilmiluimimmtltllimitiailima . Jr ff," tr VltttS"ftevnia the Official Tnper ol Harney County hu tht largoit clronlntlon nd la ono o( hobvtt advertising rnoilluias in Eattorn Oregon. Coers 1111 i n of' 0,428,800 aunt ol loud, -J,():!l,()6) icrps yet acnnt enbjcct to ontry limit i tho public land lawn of tlio United Hu -us. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 2G, 1910 NO 2. tUfflW " Jr She 3m-Her&12l ' f (ESTEADER BLAMED ly Responsible for High Cost of Living, Says Secretary 1LSON EXPLAINS CAUSE nr Homesteader Curtails Range and Interferes "Meat Supply of West. But Forest Reserve of Roosevelt Administration is Real Cause. ot Agriculture -Wil-1 clnrod, "when irrigation will bfl an assertion at tho'npplied, as a matter of nntional ;heU. S. Land and Ir- necessity, to tho growing of crops icposition at Chicago lay that the homo- itho west is partly to lie high cost of living. Bteader," said Mr. i reducing tho field ...

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 — 26 November 1910

m : Ike Wm-WttM. BJtTORDAT. NOYKMUKK ), UIO eUBBOUIlTION HATK8! On Yet 81x Hontha.. . ThweMonlha. 13.00 . .1.0 .. .71 JULIAN 1YUI Mna. Tho Times-Herald believes thoro is a greater interest shown in farming and general develop ment in this section at this timo than over before. Tho crops of the past season have not been up to tho averago and as a con sequonco of drouth and unusual frosts wo aro compelled to pay exhorbitant prices for farm pro ducts and vegetables. Tho sup ply is entirely inadequaie to the demand and while tncro is no danger of a famino it is a handi cap to many to pay tho prices asked. There is every reason to believe that these conditions can and will bo remedied next sea son. Conditions or rather pros pects justify greater cultivation next season with good profits to those engaged in tilling tho soil. We can not at this time estimate the possible demand for farm Droducts next season. Matters of considerable magnitude are in process of forming that may mean phenomen...

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 — 26 November 1910

HHtHHMWWMlUUMIB Ernes-Jierald. IK IiAnOKW CIRCULATION OF UKWSPAMCB IN THIS COUNTY. rURUAT. NOVKIMKR 26, 1910. Local News. cd Benjamin nt Schcnk heating stove for sale, l nl- 4-1. n ji flirt ft "" U" WUXM- 1 Sunday, Nov 20, to Mt. i Carl Welkcr, a daughter. iquarters for Christmas Lunaburgr, Dalton & Co. Sunday, Nov. 20, to Mrs. John M. Sweek, a tRENT Neat 3-room cot- Sd barn. Inquire at this : Milling Company wants haul lumber from mill Morrison and family have i John Day where they ex-. llive this winter. Millar haslreceivcd a por- f her fall and winter milli- ad invites the ladies to I E. B. Reed & Son for. f Butter, Eggs, Cheese, i id Cranberries, at lowest' I i line of dry goods, fur-1 shoes, hats, etc can' Ibe found at Hagey & son's. is considerable discussion ys of closing the stores rlier hour each evening. jld be encouraged. others' club will hold a fore part of December i have all kinds of Christ- trimmings for sale. a few choice fillies and rsale, yearlings and...

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 — 26 November 1910

ffi."' , ... U rirtumjUniir"WiUiuiiiiiui)iimiii'iaijiBWMWMMipwW """" " ' '""tL -- u- WkMMMMMkl if todUYt Miss batordat. NroOk at tho Altnpw is, cowmiueu sutcmu Traav bv drinkinc carbo- .Wf. Littlo if anything can 03 learned of tho affair, although disappointment in a lovo affair iathouftht to havo boen thorea boji for tho rash deed. Valt Enterprise. Mies Younir was at ono timo a resident of Burns and was quite woll known to many hero, NEW CLUBB1NQ PROPOSITION - Wo have arranged to offer in connection with thisr paper, the now monthly farm magazino just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. H. W. Campbell and devot ed to the subject of how to farm in the dry country and how to got best results from soil tillage under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Pnrmpr nnrl wn nffor it clubbed ...ui. rm. nv rv l a lM, ' " K?I.. "!" 0rm- on u, Wlui jiiiu iiingo-itium uuiu iui .aaiiviiii(timtr,iii. $2.60 per year cash. Prof. Camp bells' new paper is a monthly, chock full of g...

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 December 1910

, niiiamiir; . KaMHNH ITfie fclmcs-Hcrnld Tlia Ofilclnl Paper of Harney County lifts tho largest circulation nnil la ono of ho boat advertising mediums In Knatoin Oregon. "s RrcM JJnritejj ctotntlru Covers an i r-n of 0,128,800 ncrcol land, 4,0,1I,WJI acres yet vacant anbect to entry umlri llio public Innd laws of tlio United Hi. tea. . L. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 8, 191'' NO 3. "'rr-'?'K3r, vxttiik rET HARNEY VALLEY TO LEAD IN RAILROAD DUILD1NQ )se Forming Irrigation District Covering Entire Country ?ING IN BURNS DECEMBER 17 important Movement and of Greatest Magnitude Inaugurated by the People of The Harney ltry Burns to be Hostc to Entire Country. SHERIFF KILLS BAD MAN by far tho greatest i gone into and tho manner of pro ever started toward I ceduro in organizing district irri- pment of tho Harney as put in motion at a tho citizens of Burns Jay evening. Tho imercinl Club had is- ivitation to tho busi- for a general meeting fixed program or pur- iore to get tog...

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 December 1910

PREINVENTORY SALE 2 CD 5 i tfl COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING DECEMBER 5TH According to our usual custom our Immense Stock will be inventoried by the New Year, and having on hand a large line of Winter Goods we offer them at a legitimate reduction during December in order to obviate the necessity of carrying them through our stock talcing. REDUCED Misses' Woolen Hosiery Woolen Scarfs Ladies' Woolen Hosiery Flannelettes Children's Woolen Hose Outing Flannels Woolen Blankets Ladies9 Sweaters Ladies' Cloaks Misses' Cloaks Reduced SSSSWwA Reduced We Iiave on Hand Short Lengths in Gingham Sat- eens, Calico, Cotton Flannels and Other Goods that will be Reduced for this Sale Only Reduced Reduced REDUCED Wool-Lined Slippers Woolen Neckwear Fur-Trimmed Slippers Ladies' Skirts Ladies' Kimonas Children's Cloaks Woolen Hoods Ladies' Mittens Misses' Mittens Children's Mittens Ladies' Wrappers Children's Sweaters od jai A ad is. t REDUCED -Mens He. avy Suits Mens Trousers Mens Overcoats Mens Sweaters ...

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 December 1910

MBfr MWWHW tit mm IB-ftefaia. tnOEBT CIKCULATION or kr-ArEn in thib county. A.Y. DKCKMllKU.I, 1910. )cnl News. at Browji's Store. Benjamin at Schenk Ddlow is in the city (icatinsr stovo for salo. this office. W. Hurlburt'wns licro n a visit to relatives. Mr. andJMrs. Fred .Wednesday, Nov. 30, a Biggs, has returned kt county where sho jiaching. IT Neat 3-room cot- arn. Inquire at this (ling Company wants i ml lumber from mill ig people in large tended a social at the i church last evening. nr has'receivod a por- fall and winter milli- lvites the ladies to K STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at the close of business November 10th, 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts : $283,710.12 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Bonds and Securities 65,619.86 Premium on U. S. Bonds .....'... . 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 6,609. 00 Fivo per cont Redemption Fund 1,250.00 CASH ' 141,386.73 $540,566.71 LIABILITIES Capital ... $25,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits ...

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 December 1910

fJfa iiiliKI1illllflMWBIM8IIIIMHIMWNMMa INDUSTRIAL NOTGS. (Portland Correspondence.) That Oreiron should lmyo an annual dairy show of largo pro-J portions is tho belief of Dr. V. S. McCluro, chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry in the North west. That tho greatest oxposl ' tion in the country, with the pos sible exception of tho National Show at Chicago, could bo held here each year is his statement, basing this prediction on tho manifest advantages of tho cli mate and all conditions that favor tho dairy industry. "Western Oregon," said ho, "should become the greatest dairy country in America. Natural advantages hero aro equalled nowhere elso and the stato should exert an effort to in crease its dairy output JLOO per cent An annual dairy product of $100,000,000 is below tho capa city of Oregon along these lines. "If Portland would promote and develop a western dairy show, it will in a few years be come the largest and most inter esting livestock exposition held west of the Mississ...

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 December 1910

fp 9(ie lnte8BccHia fierer.l 3inrttg Cottitlru Covers en area ot 0,428,800 ncrci o! land, 4,031,1101 ncro yet vacant subject to fcntry und r tlio public land laws of tlio United P..ilcs. imt ITIie Oniclnl Tapor of Hurnoy County is tlio largmt clrculntlon and is ono of Wat advertising mediums In'Ktistorn ogon. . i BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 10, 1910 IV NO 4, She 'V I V . k l T OF BALLINGER of Interior Makes Recom- mdations to Congress ME LAND LEGISLATION I Opposed to Commutation Provisions of the id Law and Recommends Change Limit rea on Desert JLana untry to luu Acres. report, just made j ary imuinger, oi ;of the Interior, I' amount of space ; problems. After jitory of the public giving statistics to is now unappro- breserved 711,986- nblic land in conti- Jtates and Alaska, pays: ead bill for grant- to the landless fa national question years later it was iw and approved by bln.after a previous tdent Buchanan in i l.ground that Con- fhave the power to tion of the public o...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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