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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 14 January 1911

sa' Vfie lme$lernl& The OntcIM r))or of lUrnrjt County h iho Urgoit circulation ami U ono of he bait ndvcrtiatng medium In Knafern Oregon. VT(l rnl 31nruejj Codttiru Covura n (iron of 0,428,800 acres of land, 4,031,951 ncro yet vacant ttbrct to itntry under thn ptiMlo land lawn of tho United HUtcg. VOL. XXIV BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 14, 11)11 NO 9. IRRIGATION FIGHT WON Secretary Bollinger Orders Survey of The Umatilla Project XLOTMENT WILL BE CHANGED Joprescntntivcs Given Credit for Securing The Funds to Begin Work Secretary Agrees State's Claims Are Strongest, But Other States Will Pull Hard. Tho following is from tho Ore- oninn wnsnington oorresponu- nt: Four hours niter Keprc- entnuves imiis una nnwiey pro- sted porsonnlly to Secretary allinger against tho way Ore- ton has been uiscnminnicu Iguinst in tho recent apportion ment of tho 345,000,000 irrriga. on tho advice of some powerful stnto and privnto interests, tho organization promises to become potential in ...

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 — 14 January 1911

, ,'' tf '. . Mi J:' jJ JLC?. . li It o c o o Q. 10 CM TAILORS READY-MADE SUITS TAILOR-MADE SUITS o I c o O a. O CL 10 CI it O c Q ha QL 10 cm READY-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS $10.00 - TO--- $25.00 $25.00 TO $55.00 $10.00 TO 25.00 30 00 -TO- 65.00 Wo guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tailor Made is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTERATING FREE. We Carry a Full Line of the Newest, Most Upto- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats nnd Caps. Cleaning nnd Pressing a Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. 10 01 Tj (6 o CD 3 O to 01 o CD O CD 3 S O 3? rO 01 "0 CD - o o 3 r O fi J 3ltc hufS-futafd. aATUKDAY. JANUARY U. IHI tUIUSUIUi'TION KATK8- John Robinson re-nppointcd stock insnoctor. ! TJnml mnstnrs nnneinted: No. ! 1, George Dunsmorc; No. 2, A. - I Beckley; No. 3, Ira Rouble; No. 1. Emorv Hill. Joo Clark was One Yrar LV 8U Month! !' Throe Month! ' 'appointed for District No. 5 last , week. LEGISLATURE ORQANIZES. JULIAN IIYK11 .M- With admitted feasible irriga tion...

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 — 14 January 1911

5., v"'" iMHUtuWiWinmummmii "Hm'mMMmmwmtui iTaes-JIerald. l.AHOKBT CtHOUI.ATION OF KWBrArKH IN TIUB COUNTY. tuKVAY. JANUAKY 14,1911. LocrI News, wo can alciul ride. 'rod Benjnmin at Schcnk ttorick Patterns at Lunn- Dalton & Co. Tyler was up from Sunset hi tho weok. ! F. Williams and wifo are from an extended visit in It county. to Reed, well broken work i for sale. Inquiro at this liter Cross is down from creek on a visit to his wifo ittlo Kranucmmrcn. . c snow storm of this week timely and will help to make is ana Dctter rniiKo noxi up. lie E. B. Reed & Son srocery ireceived n now consignment inmcrcs. lemons, cocoanuts, berries and creamery butter. west prices ever quoted in us, nt the BIG REMOVAL SALE lie Busy Corner Store. nk Catterson was up from ,:nvcn home durinR this k. Ho informs us his fnther- iw. John Leake, is spending winter in Michigan. hurch services tomorrow will t the Presbyterian church, . Mr. Irving preaching both ning nnct evening, uom MAS' JjCnOOlS Will m...

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 — 14 January 1911

ii HIUUHMII ii INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Concluded from pnRO 1) Portland Commercial Club liavo taken joint action to Bccuro a re apportionment, so that this state may secure its just aharo to con tinue reclamation work. Albany took considerable pride in the opening of its now armory, which was marked by tlio attend anco of leading military men of the state. Tho armory is a hand somo building and will bo the homo of Company G, Fourth! Regiment, 0, N. G. Astoria is busily at work on its proposed centennial next sum mer and tentative) plans now in cludo a military pageant, De tachments of tho Oregon and Washington National Guard and tho regular army aro expected to participate. John Jacob Astor, Jr., descendant of tho original founder of Astoria, will bo in vited to attend as guest of honor and honorary chairman of tho ox position, which will bo hold from August 10 to September 10. Oregon and Washington aro agnin trying to agree upon the ownership of Sand Island. A joint commission is tracing...

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 — 21 January 1911

$ m UManat Kile CSrcnl 2-lnnici Camiirtj Cocr(i an nrcu ol 0,128,800 Hot ol lurid, 4,0.11,051 Heron yet nrnnt anhicct to entry under tlio t.uMIc land lawn ol tlin UnlM Hliilcs. Tlio OlllcUl Taper ol ltnrnoy County lits tlio UrRtot clrciilntlon ml Is ono of ho boat mlvi'rtlaliiR tmHllumi In Kaatorn Oregon. ata) VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OUEGON, JANUARY 21, 11)11 NO 10. r T0RTH AND A Railroad From Offers Solution to Problem LINE WOULD TAP Hill Connections to North From the Ilnrncy Country Would be of Grenter Benefit Thnn East and West Joint Track in Canyon. The railroad situation has not cleared much in tlio past few ' lays and things arc still in tho,0011" ? ,a consiucniu o air so far as definito information is concerned regarding immediate future movements. J. P. Mahon reiurneu nome mesuny irum Portland and while he says the irenernl oninion down there is that one or more roads will build i in the near future this opinion is based upon any nuthonta- live announcement, boino ar...

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 — 21 January 1911

itMliUil.M8ja'maujBUIJMBigBat O c O k o H 10 CM READY-MADE SUITS (0 TAILOR-MADE SUITS tfc O c O CD CL to CM O J c O OL 10 CM TAILORS $10.00 TO - 25.00 25.00 , -TO 55.00 10.OO - TO 25.00 30.00 TO 65.00 v READY-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS We guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Made is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTERATING FREE. o CD 3 O 01 o o -t O o 3 RAllBIT DRIVH ON NHXT SATURDAY Tailor- We Carry n Full Line of the Newest, Most Up-to- Datc Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. 10 01 o CO o CD 3 b J $lw imw-ictnfl ATURI)A Y. JANUAKV 21. IH1 BUltSOIUlTION UATKti- One Year .. Six Montbi Three Montbi.... IJ.IN igate it, be turned down for pres- ident of the senate by Ben Sell ing and given minor places on the committees in the legislature. ' Under these condition it is likely ho questions whether politics pays or not TMC MOTHERS CLUB. JULIAN iirim i.afftr Late maps received here show ing a railroa...

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 — 21 January 1911

jf ftf giaifeiajgf eBtmiumuwmi "iiUBS-Jerald. ?K I.A110SBT CIRCULATION OF ' NKWBPAPEH IN TI11B COUNTY. LtURDAY. JANUAUVai.HH. Local News. llfred Benjamin at Schcnk luttcrick Patterns at Lunn- Dnlton & Co. Ira. N. A. Dibble is suffering 1 inflammatory rheumatism. Iokn Sunday, .inn. lb, to air. Walter Clark at Lawen a Kilter. owest prices over quoted in his, at the I WIG REMOVAL SALE ITlio Busy Corner Store. loiner A. lJonman was ncrc hrsday making proof on his liestend. Ho expects to leave few weeks for a visit to his flier in Iowa. Manager Laurence of the tele- one line is out on a tour of m- Iction from Lawen to Din- bid and the P ranch. Ho is ex ited back the first of next Pk. Bam Motnersucau nnu u. o. hegan will leave for Portland sorrow. They go to secure tessary uooks lor meir au- icting business. Mr. Done- w ill extend his trip to Cah- nin points. hie Times-Herald is in receipt Information to tho effect that lie Harkey-Evnns was married llobt. M. DeVesher in Colusa, liforn...

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 — 21 January 1911

INUSTRIAI. NOTES. (Portland Correspondence.) Wide interest and confidence in Oregon throuirhout the East was noticed by Theodore 11. Wil cox, president of the Ore-Ron Development League, who has just returned from a business trip. Ho found tho railroads are advertising Oregon extensively and expects this, in connection with tho other work along simi lar lines, will bring a Hood of settlers. Mr. Wilcox found the belief general throughout the East that the completion of tho Panamn Canal will bo of groat benefit to tho Pacific Coast. Mr. Wilcox showed tho pride he feels in his state when ho said: "On my trip I passed through Virginia, tho Carolinas and Geor gia. I do not hesitate to say I would not give the poorest acre in the whole Northwest for ten of tho best in that section of tho country, that is, for agricultural purposes." The new railroads up tho Des chutes River into Interior Oregon are going forward at a rapid rato and are both practically ready for trains for a distance of 7...

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 — 28 January 1911

$33 ti&BSSttSBtB Kit OJrcnl Jlnrncu (Couuiru Coma mi nrcii of (),I28,HOO am ol Inml, 4,ail,)i5l ncrt'H yet Mirnnt enlii(t loontry under tho public land Inn ol tho United Ktt.loH, Tho OOlclkl Pnpor of Hntnoy County,, his IhelnrRKit circulation nd li ono t he bett ndvcrtlalng medium! In Kitcrn Oregon. ; . I; VOL. XXIV BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 28, 11)11 NO 11. IM jpwef JleMii FEW DAIRY FIGURES Irook County Farmer Shows That Diversified Farming Pays )AIRY HERD IS A GOOD THING ii? Money in Well Conducted Dairy and Hog Farms In This Section Some Practical Good Road Talk That Should Convince All With Importance of it. Tho following is n portion of i highway board and commiBsion i article published in a recent I or, tho appropriation generally sue of the Prineville Journal, of $080,000 to help counties build roads, tho convict labor bills, shows what can be done with dairy herd and would indicate lint more attention to such work fould pay here. We never have iifliciont dai...

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 — 28 January 1911

IMIULIIUMMWIWLMi iWIUHfliiffliiriiiuftmi O c Q 0) Q. 10 CI READY-MADE SUITS to 01 V (ft TAILOR-MADE SUITS O c Q. 10 CI READY-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS O c O Q. 10 CI TAILORS $10.00 -TO $25.00 $25.00 TO $55.00 $10.00 - -TO $25.00 g $30 OO TO $65, OO o CD 3 r O CD o Wo guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tailor Made is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTERAT1NG FREE. Wc Carry a Full Line of the Newest, Mast Up to- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats ami Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. to 01 13 a O CD 3 o a wBammsiW!jiwji'iiptfnii'' '"" " out tho fact thai tho bulk of country homes do not produce their own food. "Not n few farmers buy ovcry vcgotnblo tlml they cat, potatoes excepted, and all their fruit, as well as most of their meat." They hnvo a few bona straggling about, doing more mischief than they do good. -By E. P. Dowell in Outing. J Shi imrs-tcratd. 4ATUKDA V. JANUARY 2 . mil BUHSOKIl-riON UATKS One Year .. 31x Mouths ....

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 — 28 January 1911

r if $88 WSwmsMssweessnsmwBiiniwi imniiLnmm mD mUMBUHBIIB W uiwwm ti. r iff i ;bfImBs-Jerald. ' tllK LA1U1K8T OII10UI.A.T1ON or fiv NKWBrxrKn in thib county, .UTURDAY, JANt'AUV M, Itll, - Loonl News. lfred OS). Ucnjamin nt Schcnk Uma Davis wns among our itor this week. 3uttcrick Patterns at Luna rg, Dalton & Co. Ccmp Hardisty was down from Trout crock' homo yesterday. Ingey & Richardson carry tho ,t brands of groceries. AH sit. Icnry Otley and Elbert George ro up from Lawen to attend mask Lail. 5eo Buchannn and wifo were tho city Wednesday doing somo ding and visiting with friends. "lie French Hotel serves a Sunday dinner and special mtion is given to family vice. Irs. I. H. Holland arrived ae tho first of this week from ow week's visit to outside nts. :y all means make more bird serves 'in Harney county Co it all a place for tho birds forest reserve. mory Hill is over from his ic near Albcrson on a visit a his parents and attending onic business. HE BIG REMOVAL SALE at Busy...

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 — 28 January 1911

TUB MOODY niBLH SCHOOL. D. L. Moody was onco seen Btanding in n vacant lot in the rear of tho Moody church with his head' bowed in prayer, and beinir asked what ho was pray ing for, said that it was for money with which to erect a buildinc for a Biblo Training School. This prayer was an swored in part by tho erection of tho present men's building. Con tinued answer was given in tho purchase of buildings on LaSallc avenue for women's dormitories, and still further in Uio men's now building dedicated February 5, 1910, and tho women's now dormitory which is in course of construction. Those buildings born of prayer, and built by prayer, have been consecrated by tho prayers of nearly 9000 students, who have hero learned tho deep things of God. and especially, "Tho ex ceeding groatness!of His power to usward who believe." Someone has said that a boy without a fortune is a fortunate boy. However this may be, it is certainly fortunate for many young peoplo that Dwight L. Moody was born poor...

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 — 4 February 1911

$8 si Eefali Wle (ftvenl 3Mnnn?u (Cotuilru Couth an nrcn of 0,428,(100 Hcret ol Intnl. 4,031,061 acres yet vacant mibccl to ontry unilcr tho public land laws of Urn United KliitcR. Tho omd1 lViper of Hurnoj County hu tho Urgoat circulation mt It ono of ho bU ndvortlsltiR mediums in Kaatorn Oregon, ur. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBKUABY 4, 1011 NO 12. VOL. XXIV She., ekme ADVERTISING THE ST A TE Should Be Officially the State Legislature HILL AND HANLEY HOBNOBBING Suggested They Had Better Back to Harney ValleySome, More tiood Koaua Information Rep. Brooke and Irrigation laws. Louis W. Hill, president of the. Great Northern railroad, was in ' Portland tho first of tho week, hobnobbing with Bill Hanloy and other notables, but didn't say n word about extending tho rail road into Harney Valley. Ho told Bill ho was coinc to make another trip into tho interior this spring and insisted that Hanloy 'chaperon" the party as insi'nlicuu, lor wo can anucipaiu uio year, but Bill had better c...

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 — 4 February 1911

r 3j3aEftWMrtiflM)i1li)Mii (? te O c O fca o Q. 10 CM TAILORS : READY-MADE SUITS TAILOR-MADE SUITS , $10.00 TO $25.00 $25.00 -10 - fc: O c O CD Q. 10 CI READY-MADE OVERCOATS nnd FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS 55.00 10.OO 10- o c O 0. 10 Ci 25.00 $30 00 TO $65.00 We guarantee Quality and Workmanship. Tnilor- Mado is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTERATING FREE. We Carry n Full Line of the Newest, Mast Upto- Date Cents' Furnishings, HnLs and Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specinlty. SCMENK BROS. Burns, Ore. 10 01 TJ t O (D 3 O to en T3 CD O CD 3 S O & 10 01 u (0 o CD 3 o J iltc mca-CUvafd BATIIKUAY. FKlUtUAKY 4. 1911 SUUSOKIl-riON UATKS One Yenr elx Month . Three MonUn I too I W 1 111,1 AN 111 III) mm Mxiiafitr Representative Brooke has in troduced a bill to change the salaries of officers in Harney county, we'd like to know what officers are to be benefited. Congress has voted in favor of San Francisco and against New Orleans as the city in which an exposition to celebra...

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 — 4 February 1911

$88 miiiim'iiiigiiwwwwii jfimes-Jierald. niR ijXnoKST oihculation or NYNKWSrArKRINTUIBCOUNTY. itATURBAY. FftDRUAKY 1. 1U Local News. Alfred Benjamin at Schonk Bros. James Hicks is homo from n lisit to Portland. Butterick Patterns at Luna- lurg, Dal ton & Co. Clarence Luckv has roturncd om a visit to outsido points. Tlntrov & Kichardson aro hcad- luartcrs for tho very bestgrocor- fcs. J. 0. Bunvard has been over rom his Cow creek home for a lew days. Tho rocrular meeting of tho lurns Commercial Club will bo field on next Tuesday evening, Feb. 7. Tho French Hotel sorves a line Sunday dinner and special attention is Riven to family service. THE BIG REMOVAL SALE at Che Busy Corner Store won't last much longer. E. E. Purinjrton left today for I'ortland whore ho goes to look lifter business interests. He will be absent a short time. THE BIG REMOVAL SALE at riio Busy Corner Store won't last much longer. A masnuerado ball will be giv- bn for the children at Lochcr's liall on Feb. 10...

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 — 4 February 1911

J M Out ol the dinger Jar. The nil-round man mny nlso bo square. Forecasting tho weather Is prophctnblo business. One of tho best rolls for break fast is n prompt roll out of boil. Too tho mark; but, when you nro chonnintr wood, nlso mark tho too. whatever may bo tho straits of tho hog ho has always hail n spare rib or two. Tho hum of industry bears no relation whatever to tho ho-hum of tho lazy man. Time is money, but it requires n great deal of time to convince some folks of that fact. Tho squirrel travels a good deal by rail, though he is never compelled to show his ticket. Hunger is tho best sauco wo arc told, but still there is some thing nico about applesauce. When tho pay is $9 n week it is a job; when tho compensation is $25. it is a position. Science has decided that a kiss is infectious esculntion, but plain people are satisfied with the good old name. Far more than is the smile that won't come ofT, is the average woman interested in the hair that won't como off. We are di...

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 — 11 February 1911

gJMjuwji'iMuMq('Wn ii i" ' ' mi' in mi imt'tfulk Ttc 1Eimsttrnia Tlio OfflcUl Taper of Hnrnoy County hi tho largoit circulation nd l ono o( ho bo it advertising modluini In Knilorn Oregon, Wt ttrent Sinriiey ffiomtiijj Covnm an nrun of 0,428,800 iiriet ol Inml, 1,031,1)5) nrrcii ycl vnrnnt enhii'ft to entry under tho imlillc land laws ol tho United Milton. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HAKNKY COUNTY,' OKEGON, FEHKUAKY 11, 1011 NO 13. EXTENSION ANNOUNCED fudge Lovett Says Railroad Through Harney Valley is in Plans !OOD ROADS COST BIG MONEY Fudge Thompson Investigates Expense of- Road Build ing in Other Counties nnd Finds Objection to Tho Bills Before Legislature Burns to Get Railroad. In the papers received in Burns .Willamette Vnlloy ns well ns tho gmnuo opposed to tho move ment, not to tho principle or want of good roads, but to tho enormous expense. Tho build- hiR of tho class of roads siitf gested by some is estimated at $15,000 per mile. This together with tho necessary machinery reouired, w...

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 — 11 February 1911

WBHTffM' V nf' e o READY-MADE if SUITS o CL 10 a TAILOR-MADE SUITS CI CD u o I c o O CD a. 10 o J c 0) O V 10 CM READY-MADE OVERCOATSnnd FUR COATS TAILOR-MADE OVERCOATS and FUR COATS TAILORS $10.00 -TO- $25.00 $25.00 . -TO- $55.00 $10.00 TO 25.00 30-00 2 TO 6SLOO o CD 3 O 01 TJ CD O CD 3 Tnilor- Wo irunmnleo Quality and Workmanship. Made is done in Our Burns Shop. ALTERAT1NG FREE. We Carry n Full Line of the Newest, Most Up to- Date Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. SCHENK BROS. Burns, Ore. to CI o CD - o CD 3 b n j SIw Wnws-jgraM 8ATIIK1AY. KKMUMltY II.IMI. SUllSOltllTlO.N IIATKH- Ons Yr Biz Moutha ThreeMonthi.... ttuo .l.Ou .. .76 ill 1.1 AN II V It II .Mnnaym THE ORIOINAL BOOSTER. The Times-Herald doesn't very often exert itself in order to call public attention to its worth and virtues, but there come times when it feels it would not be serving the best interest for which it has pioneered and stood, viz., the building of the Harney country, no...

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 — 11 February 1911

?s' i iri' Wimes-JiBrald. If, Mv l.AnQKBT CIU0UI.ATION Of NKWBrAPKRINTIHDCOUNTY. Naturday. kkuuuahy u,nn. LoorI News. ilfrod Benjamin nt Sclionk )9. loo Clark was over from Har- yesterday. jhitterick Pnttcms at Lunn- rg. uauoii . jv. Ilagey & Richardson are hend- irtors for tlio very ucstgrocer- ohn Oard was up from his no near Lawcn during the ok. Lnoml work in tho third de le at the Masonic Lodge rooms i evening. hie French Hotel serves a Suniliiv dinner and special ention is given to family rvice. 1. J. Lnmpshiro loft for Port- hit hist week. His stay will Do Nier indefinite and may con uo for several months. L'HE BIG REMOVAL SALE at Ee Busy Corner Store won't It much longer. 1. A. Becbc. a son of tho man ho died from being kicked by a se last week arrived here Sun- and took tho remains of his Iher back to Seattle for burial. hlK BIG REMOVAL SALE at e Busy Corner Store won't it much longer. Frank Gowan arrived homo bdnesday from Baker, Pendle L Stanfield and othor outside Int...

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 — 11 February 1911

fti Mi Ik " I". lb h I'M J Kt IK ;k (i 11 i. II;: I Vast Territory Without Church. "Thoro is n territory in south east Oregon in Mnlhcur nnd Har ney counties, outside of Burns and Wcstfall, as lrtrpo in aroa as Uio state of Vermont without a church of any kind or denomi nation. And in this territory thero aro twenty different com munities varying in size from ton to ono hundred families each that not only want but aro cuRor for a church." This is the re port brought out by Rev. G. G. Haley, the district superintend ent of this section for tho Metho dist churches, says tho Vnlo En terprise. Rev. Haley has completed a trip through tho interior of Mal heur and Harney counties and found not only twenty communi ties crying for a church, but he found lots of fine, sagebrush land that would grow fino crops under irrigation, and there seems to bo a good deal of water that should bo available for irrigation Hero then is a fine field for home missionary work, and one that would seem to stand ...

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