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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 10 December 1910

IP?' T! ' """ -f::Bl,IMI,,l'"r,llll, MatMBMIBMMMI asro'wn yo-X7vx3Lys JScttiofetoto-ry Store Times-Jterald. PREINVENTORY SALE LAIHJKBT CUICUI.ATION I VBPArKIl IN THIS COUNTYi DKCKMIIEK 10,1910. lews. COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING DECEMBER 5TH i tags at Brown's Std d Benjamin at flclid " Ml I 'trt nnmf-' "'t" frM-vm rftif ;J Iflm o Hiii " wmMiJBHC bS JLOCRl n (Buchanan over f r NIB & Pit H i Mill c3 'CO 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 taking. 0) o o CD i to CD CO REDUCED Misses' Woolen Hosiery Woolen Scarfs Ladies9 Woolen Hosiery Children's Woolen Hose Woolen Blankets Ladies' Cloaks Flannelettes Outing Flannels Ladies' Sweaters Misses' Cloaks Reduced fi$" Reduced Reduced Reduced We have on Hand Short Lengths in Gingham Sat eens, Calico, Cotton Flannels and Oth...

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 December 1910

Lerald. 5ST CIRCULATION Or Kn IN THIS COUNTY. I IDKCKMIIKK 10,1910. 11 News. i 'nt Brown's Store. njamin at Sclicnk mn is over from k-ed Benjamin suit Is. ting stove for sale. i office. Ik was over from kncli this week. snlav of Holiday Jusy Corner Store. -Neat 3-room cot- Inquire at this ng Company wants lumber from mill fmnn was up from ' feuntain homestead that is reduced 11 with large green bwn's Satisfactory ' )eccmber. son was a visitor i first of this week. inanied in by his chran. ' just in for the I le at E. B. Reed & It once make your ore the rush. Iftsonic Building is completion. The floor, 60x100 ft, modern style and I. Schwartz, the Store" man about BAD ROADS Need cause you no inconvenience in your Financial transactions if you avail yourself of our BANKING BY MAIL facilities which enable you to transact your banking business with the same case and safety as though you called upon us in person. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Capital and Surplus $70,000.00 Uni...

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 December 1910

gaEsawlwsajssajsiaajnsMMMMi imunmummattM mam ,f it I ! J ;i ' m a l if NEW UNO PROPOSITION havo wronged to offer in liiection with this pnpor, tho Bv monthly inrm mngazma jusi Lirtcd nt Lincoln, Nobrnskn, by 'rof. H. W. Campbell and devot- to tho subject of how to farm tho dry country and how to ret best results from soil tillage lindcr normal conditions. This nper is CampboH'B Scientific farmer nnd wo offer it clubbed SvithTho Times-Terald both for J2.G0 per year cash. Prof. Camp- jells' now paper is n monthly, chock full of good things, tho inly paper of its kind in the world, nnd it embodies tho re sults of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of Itho soil tillago proposition. Ipetition l-on liquoii i.icknsi: Wo, tlio umlursliincd leanl votura ol .ako Precinct, Harney County. Statu ol Orogon, rospoufully petition tho Hon County Couit ol Hnriioy County, Slate o( Oregon, to grant a. lleeiuo to Harris & FHtgorahl to Sell Spirituous, Altiltnnil Vinous I.lquorH In ...

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 December 1910

Ik.- mph ugip f o hi-hi r Vfte lmee-Jirnia The OAlolnl Pivpor ol Hnrnoj Oouuty Covers an t ron o( 0,428,800 acres ol land, 4,634,951 ncres yot vacant subject to entry undci tho public land laws of the United Nil Ics. haa the lnrgost circulation and li ono of ha belt ndvortlslnR mediums In'.K&atorn Orcgou. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 17, 1910 NO 6. XXIV TRACK IN CANYON Ins Battle for Right-of-Way lirough Malheur Canyou AUCTION BEGIN IN SPRING ier Writer Connects Empire Builder With the kase of Road Land Grant Immediate Work ssary to Hold Right-of-Way up The Malheur. Irrespondcnce in the Ktal News says: tory has been won by jecently closed an iron ct with the Harriman ereby Hill secured a bf-way with the Har- im through tho Mal- This is definite and formation, and was m an absolutely re- :e that for obvious not be made public. been effectively i going through the nyon by a ruling made Kor department under Iring Roosevelt s ad- It is at present a interior department Eton...

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 December 1910

IK r4 "! Brown's ,Qfctio,otoTT3r Qtore rOx-owm'is Qcttjef a,otoary St oa-o ..1 PC Art ORY SALE !f i j.j R V-J 1 T ' ! mm aw'iwiiiwinww; t . 1'' jS r n i ii tmminmiiTrr ' - -. wr - ..M-J,AW'JftftllMilflCWBlw''''"J M1 ' " IV ii ii ! ill inwinnniii " ' ",-n"111""" I I VM ft MBVB (in 2 I k l L?h V r1 S III z it' 'Iff I u i II I 1 iff I "S if I I 8 a 1 1o ML If I Si 3 s-t II I o w la ii 1 Hi o i S l 3 ! ! 1 & COM r r-v i r y K tm MENCII ORNING. DECEMBER 5TH According to our usual custom our Immense Stock will be inventoried by the New W and having on hand a Sarge line of Winter Goods we offer them at a legitimate SiHrt?on during December in order to obviate the necessity of carrying them through our stock REDUCED Misses' Woolen Hosiery Woolen Scarfs Ladies' Woolen Hosiery Flannelettes Children's Woolen Hose Outing Flannels Woolen Blankets Ladies' Sweaters Ladies' Cloaks Misses' Cloaks rA,nr.X Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Wool RpHllfPf KedUCea Underwent- REDUCED JUJUIH-CU l Wp li:ivi mi !l...

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 December 1910

Ill-IWMIII U.IIH Cerald. cmcui-ATioN or I IN T1UB COUNTY. CKMI1KK 17, 1010. News. Brown's Store. fty was down from S week. amin at Schenk i reported on the tig stove for sale, bfiice. fwns in from the IC. nlnv of Holiday hsy .Corner Store. erVcer was over k this week. for Christmas rg, 'Dalton & Co. n . . . .. fcu uenjamm suit t Sand Bert Porter ur visitors from B ; of this week. I Company wants i lumber from mill ' ehes of Burns .ire programs for ricc3. IW Need came you no inconvenience in your financial transactions if you avail yourself of our x BANKING -BY MAIL facilities which enable you to transact your banking business with the same case and safety as though you called upon us in person. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON .. Capital and Surplus S70,000.00, United States Depositary Accounts Invited I that is reduced, with large green srn's Satisfactory i lecember. ' i. I Ir and E. P. Rey- .from their Warm farms the first of, Clothes pressed and cleaned ati High class Ch...

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 December 1910

Ma,MMMMaMM4Maaln KT HHWMHMM" PROPOSITION Wo have arranged to offer in connection with this .wiper, tho new monthly farm mngnzino just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. H. W. Campbell and devot ed to tho subject of how to farm in tho dry country and how to get best results from soil Ullage under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offer it clubbed with Tho Times-Terald both for $2.50 per year cash. Prof. Camp bells' now paper is a monthly, chock full of good things, tho only paper of its kind in tho world, and it embodies tho re sults of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of tho soil tillage proposition. I'KTITION FOH LIQUOIt MCKNSR Clay Clemens mill is tho near' est ono to Bunts whero all kinds of lumber both rough and dress ed can bo had. Near Canyon road. Call him by 'phono for riuick order?. Wo, tho unilerslgiioil lounl otoraof I.ako Precinct, Ilurnoy Comity. Ktnlouf Orogon, rosjio itfnlly potltion tho Hon Comity Court of Ha...

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 December 1910

V- g. (9aP $ QThc &ims?Urnia imt Wt Osrcr Sinvtitu (o unity Coders nn i rea of 0,428,800 nr-rc -of lnnd, 4,03l,(i5l wren yet vncnnt subject to entry undir ttio public land lavts of llio United r 1 tos. Tho Official I'npcr ol Hnrnoj County is tho Inmost circulation and Is one of best advertising mediums In Knstorn Prcgou. IV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 24, 1010 NOG. fhe Wil'IPJy CJiJIJ V V ," J OAD MEN CONFER lite Announcement is Made Wecting This Section ' ,L GIVES TWO POINTERS t You Have And Don't Rob People," Says icBuildcr Harriman Man Visits Ontario to inference With Oregon Short Line Officer. building methods ns in tlio past. Under theso mothods wo have wasted a largo amount of money which should and will bo avoided in tho future.. This has not been intentional upon tho part of thoso in authority, but becauso thoy did not feel justified in securing tho necessary machinery to build roads property. This will bo changed now with additional funds possible. CROPROTA 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 — 24 December 1910

iiiMiiMMu!tjiiaaHHWilfW MvwamMWMMWWMmpiMMMMiai MMPWMMMHHW MMHMMMaMMnM mmmmtmmmmmmmmwmwmmtmmmn ll lH HrMIIUlrlTM MM IM 3B.:rcrw:r3Lis JScttiiafOiOtory Sltox-o Bx-o-wxx's Stefctisfetotovy Store PREINVENTORY SALE on O JmF A5x """"" MIIII,"r"1J""(,nw I'll w S r- i ft I liS. rt o cfl CD o CO 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 mm M H through our stocktaking. u o 13 I ca C o CO REDUCED Misses' Woolen Hosiery Woolen Scarfs Ladies ' Woolen Hosiery Flannelettes Children's Woolen Hose Outing Flannels Woolen Blankets Ladies' Sweaters Ladies' Cloaks Misses' Cloaks Reduced ffil'SigSSaSf'001 Reduced U AMIIMAi Reduced J We have on Hand Short Lengths in Gingham Sat eens, Calico, Cotton Flannels and Other Goods that will be Reduced for this Sale Only REDUCED Wo...

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 December 1910

fcflT CIUOUI.ATION OF BB IN THIB COUNTY. ()Kt'KMnKUS(, ItllO. BAD ROADS Need came you no inconvenience in your financial transactions if you avail yourself of our BANKING BY MAIL facilities which enable you to transact your banking business with the same ease and safety as though you called upon us in person. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Capital and Surplus $70,000;00 - United States Depositary $ Accounts Invited U News. lit Brown's Store. Sjnniin at Schenk ! r lct was up from ay. ting stove forsalc. i office. fs is in, to spend his family. af Winter clothing 3orner Store. tern was a business fcity Thursday. for Christmas iarg, Dalton & Co. 3lliott and wife nro farm near Nar- EfF on all Holiday i ;woek at The Busy urge and family are jrron Valley on ai ires and friends. ' on came up irom iay and returned! rhters who go home . iy vacation. s La killed one of hisV lining and the car- Clothes pressed and cleaned at P. Crowlev was in this city v this week. ' placed on sale ...

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 December 1910

S" Momii,iw.iin'i"li'""ll"ff um '; J0 fll'lfr mmim proposition Wo have arranged to oITer in connection with this jmpcr.tho now montlily farm magazine just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. H. W. Campbell and devot ed to tho subject of how to farm in tho dry country and how to cot best results from soil tiling under normal conditions.' This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offer it clubbed with Tho Timcs-Temld 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 tho re suits of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of the soil tillage proposition. PETITION l-OU UQUOU UCKNSK. Wo, tho undersigned li'isnl olursof Lnko Product, llnrnoy County. Stnto ol Oregon, rcgpu'tltilty petition tho Hon County Couit ot llnrnoy County, Stnto ot Oregon, to grunt n license to Harris .V FitzgoraM to Soli Spirituous, MuHnnd Vinous Liquors in Ion iimtntllleH tlinn ono gallo...

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 — 31 December 1910

'I , Wt (Srenl 34nructj Cottulru Covurs on tin it of C,428,WX) ncret ol InnJ, 4,0,11,061 i uros yut vacant Btilcct to entry nnrici i ho public land lawn ol tlio United Slot.g. , tFlc Clmsa-atcvnia Tlio Ofllclnl Taper of liar no) Counly lua tlio lixrm'St circulation and Is ono ot 4io beat advertising mediums In Knstorn )rogon. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 31, 1910 NO 7. CIV Vt ;fe. i ' " i mi w'iMTi-i i jug iimwimiiii 'iaMywN fcUHMBrtmiaiOTiinii iiminiMaiM ium i a riimr 1 I I I I llwMIW wajlM )NS BELIE WORDS Men Continue Preparations fyr Extension of Lines rS NOT IN LINE WITH TALK rt. . n A Tl J A r uregon lo tome up io uxpcciauons oi ui Traffic Manager Lines Must Invade the -Isolated Territory Too Big to Neglect. dine the pesimistic.cability is not questioned thcrc- the big railroad I foro t"oro 19 no excuse for fur ther demy, ye recently visueu lllill and Harriman kht on making pre- further dcvclop- Ixlensions. Every ; that the Hill pco- I the east and west 'Deschutes and...

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 — 31 December 1910

1 J!LheV " T; 3 . ff'1 30ar,o,V57,Da.'' &eb-tm&otoir-y JStorr 3BDfoiv33L'iei jSJotiJWJPaoto-ry Store PRE-INVENTORY SALE .ill-nil m- - - ,-a1fclfiFrf'""""'"' IHTHBHBHB?llSmaiiZi nil ! ii immmbiii ' wimi iniiiiii ii' "iiiMiMi"MiiMiwwi'irtiiWMwiMiiafliinriimiTi " r T t i ' "T " limit nm uiimn iiiih.i.1 ii.iihi iih.i imiri -. im - ii hhmiW 1 0$4? (f r .121' W if' fi ' mil 1 1. 1 I ?1 :4 I . to c 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 stocKiaicing. w REDUCED Misses' Woolen Hosiery Woolen Scarfs Ladies' Woolen Hosiery Flannelettes Children 's Woolen Hose Outing Flannels Woolen Blankets Ladies' Sweaters Ladies' Cloaks Misses' Cloaks Reduced SSSXfBWwA Reduced Reduce Reduce i i We have on Hand Short "Lengths in Gingham Sat eens, Calico,...

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 — 31 December 1910

Es-Jierald. CIRCULATION OP t IN THIS COUNTY. BKMlUtll 81,1910. News. "Brown's Store. lin nt Schcnk fard nt Tho Busy was in tho city .business. kg stove, for salo dllco. is in from his ' few days. was among those to come in for illation. i during tho )VAL SALE rner Store. Slovengor has rc- bvisit to relatives j Baker and Grant cd & Son grocery fhew consignment ions, cocoanuts, creamery butter. Pdo not have to back to a Phila- for alteration, and can do it Waters has select- let as his deputy. competent man ' tars experience of deputy in the jummins took her Snesday for Port- goes to visit rela te. Her daughter Json, is at present tudying pharmacy r 3f the Busy Corner ed last week that lid close after the o'clock except on ther business men a like intention being Lunaburg, k Schcnk Bro3. and lutcher shop. We see this movement fthe business men BAD ROADS Need cause you uo inconvenience in your financial transactions if you avail yourself of our BANKING BY MAIL facilities which enab...

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 — 31 December 1910

WedneMay, December tho. 14 th at'the honfe of Mr. Rnd Mrs. J. Ctaypoolc, near Westfall, oc curred tho marriBRO of their daughter" Bollo to Mr. Albert Altnowof Drewsey. Tho wed ding ceremony was performed at G P. M. in tho presence of friends and relatives. Tho younir folks wfll make their homo on tho famous Altnow ranch near Agency. Rov. H. E. McLcod of Vale performed tho corcmony Vale Oriano. "I had been troubled with con stipation for two years and tried all of tho best physicians in Bris tol, Tenn., and they could do nothing forme," writes Thos. E. Williams, Middloboro, Ky. "Two packages of Chamberlain's Stom ach and liver tablets cured mo." For salo by all good dealers. NEW CLUUBINQ PROPOSITION Wo liavo arranged to offer in connection with this paper, the now monthly farm magazine just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, 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 tillnge under normal conditions. Th...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 31 December 1910

!u Supplement UpplC!!HMU BURNS, OREGON, DECEMBER 31, 1910. OREOON'S SHAKO SLIM. SUNSI-T NOTKS. At the scliool meeting hold the 15th a 5 mill tax was voted for the purpose of putting a stone fmimlntinn iniflir till! School Out of that allotted by Prcsi-' house, painting and fencing and dent Taft for carrying on Gov- j making other important improve- ernment irrigation work during ments. the next five years, Oregon re- ... The following is taken from tho Oregonian's special from Washington showing how the re clamation funds were distributed Lam a Dawson had a school children the afternoon of ceived a meager $925,000, winch J)IcasinK )roaram Kivon by the was about 2 nor cent of the total. ....,.,., ..,. ,., ,. Six hundred thousand dollars of this goes to complete approved and accepted portions of tho Kla- i the 2.1th The dance at the Sunset school house Friday evening was well attended' and a good time was had by all present. The annual ball given by the fire department last night was ...

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 — 7 January 1911

nr on mMMHwif y jp -ih'' IhnMB&Mv flCfe Vim2teval& Tho Offlclitl pApcr of Harncj County hti tho lrgot circulation and Is ono of ho halt advertising inedluini In Ealern Oregon. K(K OJfcnl 3Hnrtietj (Kouulrtj . Coxi'ra nn urea of 0,428,800 ncres of Innil, 4,(1:11,1)51 ncrus yet vacant Btibjcct to onlry iiikIiii tho public Inrul law of tho Ujiltwl Hlnlr-ii. iIJA fci y- - .,-!.. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 7, 1011 NO 8. EXPERTS COUNTY BOOKS Accounts of Officers Found in Good Shape by Auditor Sterling FINDS ONLY FEW Recommends Change in Methods of Book-Keeping in Some Instances in Order to Simplify Work The Financial Condition of County is Given in Detail. Wm. Sterling completed tho auditing of the county records and made his report to the coun ty court on Jan. 3. Mr. Sterling mado n very thorough examina tion of tho books of the sheriff,, clerk and treasurer and aside from minor errors of insignifi cance found the records in order. He made some recommendation...

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 — 7 January 1911

MIHII I ;jMjgTi 'PSwMMWi1.M. n uiu.miJiw W"MiMMJimMUmim tr M READY-MADE SUITS U O c o a CD a 10 CI TAILOR-MADE SUITS It. O i READY-MADE OVERCOATS and O fc: O c Q CD 10 OJ O c CD o FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILORS $10.00 TO $25.00 $25.00 --TO $55.00 $10.00 TO $2S.OOs $30 00 TO $65.00 CD 0. 10 O r c o O 10 API'ROI'RIATfiS POR Tllll DRY FARM. County Court Moit Liberally Provide Por Experiment Station. Wo guarantee Quality and Workmunsliip. Tailor- Made is done in Our Hums Shop. ALTEUATING FREE. We Carry a Full Line of the Newest, Most Up to- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hals nnd Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. CD a. W SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. o c CD o i. CD a. to CM J Site imcs-craW. BATUKllAY. JANlIAltY 7, lull BtnisoiurrioN katkh One Year.... Six Month... . Three Month.. 1.1X) . .7 IUL1AN II VII It - - tl. The Times-Herald is pleased to see the county court take proper steps looking to the establish ment of the dry farm experiment station in Harney county nn...

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 — 7 January 1911

o n hr Times-Jcrald. THIS LAKOEBT C1U0ULATION Of kNYNKWarArKniNTHIBCOONTY. iUTURlJAY. JANUAIIY 7, lU. Locnl News. P Alfred Bonjnmln nt Schcnk Iros. Calico Gc per ynrd nt Tho Busy Bonier Store. A mod henting stove, for snlo iKluiro nt this office. ltoUN-Tuosdny, Jan. 3, to Mr. hiil Mrs. John Culp n daughter. Frank Dibble nnd wife and his fiother wero among our Silver rook visitors during the week. J oft on Shoes during tho BIG REMOVAL SALE The Busy Corner Store. C. Croxton nnd his sister, Miss llnry. are up from their home- Iteads on n visit to friends. Tho E. B. Reed & Son grocery fins received a new consignment f oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, tranberries and creamery butter. Mrs. Geo. Hagny came over from Canyon City Wednesday ml will spend sometime here isit her sister Mrs. V. A. Gownn nil other rclntives. G. W. Clevenger loft Wednes- Sny St for Pnul nnd Clucngo on business connected with furni ture store. He mny extend his (rip to Philadelphia covering a period of several weeks...

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 — 7 January 1911

jmtmmm: EMz&zxn iTEl : am"i' i ihiikmlWM i i mi a fife HINTS FOR STOCK OWNERS. Tho manure from each cow is worth from $25 to $30. Don't lot it waste. With a good stool to hold up tho pail you can rest at milking time, after n hard day's wdrlc. It pays to fuss a littlo with tho cows, and they relish a littlo change in diet, with some dainties added, ns well as wo do. Don't forgot that a few beets, turnips or cabbage mixed with tho regular rations of tho dairy herd tlicso winter days, will do much toward taking tho place of tho juicy grazing the animals re Jishcd so much in summer, when they fdled the milk-pail to over flowing. Drafts under tho floors are death to pigs and even to gMwn hogs. Hogs and hens do not go well in tho aamo house. Don't try it. Do not let tho brood sows that aro to farrow in tho spring be come too fat Dark hog houses are not healthful. Let in the light and keep your porkers healthy. If a small pig is chilled it can be revived by dipping it into water as ho...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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