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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 25 March 1911

'"'"ii'u-ii-mjm'ii-iliuiijjmam mrim m i She pme-Pefdk Yf Viiues-Steralik Tlio Offlclnl Paper o( Harney .County hta tlia URnit circulation ml la 0110 o he bolt ndvortliliiR mcdluina in Kanlorn Oregon. 1Dle Oircnl 31 n men, unity Cimirn on men of 0,188,800 iifrii- of Innd, 4,()3l,t)Sl ncrim jot vilcnnl tibi'Ct to entry nnilcr tlio public Innd Inwa of tlio tJnlto.1 fjtttu-fl. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 25, 1011 NO 19. TEND ROAD TO BURNS wtland Writer Talks of The Real Central Oregon Territory RE PLACE FOR 30,000 FARMERS ;scnt Goal of Railroads up the Deschutes Docs Not Reach The Land of Promise Looked for by Home seekers Harney Valley Best of Central Oregon. ho following communication clipped from a recent issue 10 Oregoninn. It is good, to point and evidently written a man who understands con- ons and is acquainted. with tral Oregon. J. G. bears out nier assertions of the Times- raid that the Deschutes lines not reach central Oregon and the section tapped could bo i...

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 — 25 March 1911

imi.u aawwte;!! .'i"-ijiiwwmiiiiiw I Ri I n 4 j I SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush! WORK GUARAN "1 EED COMPLETE N EW LIN E OF GENT'S FURNISHINGS CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg. !&! tlMCS-feM. SATURDAY. MAUOH JR. 1911. tiinWlMlllTION KATKrl Oue Year .. Six Montha . Tarea Montha. . li.DU lfc 7' JULIAN II Villi - Visa The complaint mentioned by thePrinvillo Review respecting the stockyards in Portland should cause local stock men to investi gate. Every few weeks tln Vale En terprise has the railroad started from that point to Harney Valley, w ' Now it will start July 1 hope so. " AH things considered the high-' est priced land in Harney county is cheap compared to the lands 1 over in Malheur county where besides high priced land there s the same as the buyers now oper an additional cost of high priced j ate at ghaniko in the wool sea water and a constant fight t! sen: ...

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 — 25 March 1911

tt 10 CO mum UK1KBT OinOULATION Of rnrAricR in this county. Ituriuy, makgu , mil Loonl News. mys ready for job work. Franklin was in tlio city vcok. ttorick Patterns at Luna- Dalton & Co. ?. and Ira Mnhon are over (Anderson on land business. Sale -A Kansas prairio ling: plow. Call at Short's smith shop. the Inland Empire Real if you have anything for r exchange. C. Eggleston and Fred In were up from Sunset al days this week. French Hotel serves a Sunday dinner and special Ition is Riven to family CO. i auto men aro getting their Sues ready for business as as the roads will permit use. Irving Miller took quite Iher home last evening. She (l suffering severely today lot much improved. Minnie Fircovcd is prc- lo nurse patients at the C. luch home in Rums. Con- Kent cases solicited. III. Morrison and wife are (home from California where anent the winter. Mr. son reports having enjoyed lacation period and both arc health. W DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNER STORE. J. Passenger has gono to...

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 — 25 March 1911

ftggSi IMXIM noalaVloM When vou htivo rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Cham berlain's Liniment and you will got quick relief. It coals but n quarter. Why suffer? For sale by all good Dealers. Do you know that of all the minor ailments colds aro by far tho most dnngorbus? It is not tho cold itself that you need to fear, but tho serious diseases that it often leads to. Most of thcso are known as germ diseases, Pneumonia and consumption are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you can? For sale by all good Dealers. SUMMONS. In llio Circuit Court of tlio State of Ore gon for tlio County ot Hiirnoy. KIbort E. Cnry, l'lalntlll', ) v Aldn M. Ctiry, Doiotidiint ) To AUft M. Cnry, Dofomlniit In tlio unmo of tlio utiilo of Ori'Ron : You nro hereby required to appear nml nnsucr the complaint In tlio nboui ontltlod suit onorboforo tho twenty hovoiiIIi iluy of Maroli 1011, ntid if on fall o to niiauor for want thereof, tho plaintiff will apply totho...

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 — 1 April 1911

f - CT r kj t3 W h ii'mmjr mmmminxum miMiijjmmiminuiuiuimM'umiiu rmi mn iL,4ugMaiigja)lBuawiiiiiiiii!Ui.iiMiiiiMiiiit,i..M Wmxt 11 W iriie 8rnt ftnrtiejj otuitrtj Covers aii nrea of 0,428,800 acrcf of land, 4,0.11,061 acron yet vacant ttib)cct fo entry under the public land lawn ol tlio Unltod HlatcB. Tlio Olllclnl Taper of Itnrnoy Co duty hi the Urgoit circulation ml ! ono ot ha bftt dvcrtUln mediums In Kniloru Oregon. fOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY- COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 1, 1911 NO 20. 1 -tfalk ASCRIBES OLD MEXICO msely Interesting Account of Trip Written by H. H. Hendricks ITS MANY HISTORIC POINTS linute Description of a Bull Fight, Clmrnctor of jplc, Mode of Living, Buildings, Cities, etc, arc Entertaining No Front Yards to the Residences. Hendricks, an attorney biI, made nn extended trip lex ico last winter, leaving early in January. Ho , n lino description ot ms his brothers, Glen O. and of Lawen, which The -Herald has the privilege ling its readers. After a intenccs of a personal na...

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 — 1 April 1911

" r 1 i ) i - '' t -T-"Tirniiiwriiiiiiii i n niWwjjBgBMMWMBWHii r-l MMMWM SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come Early! Avoid Easter Rush! WORK GUARANTEED COMPLETE N EW LIN EOF GENT'S FURWISHINQS CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg. i Ibc weo-fmnM. SATURDAY. Al'llII. t.1911. 8UIW0KIITION IIATKH Oue Vr, .. Six Month. . Three Montha. I too 1.00 .71 julian nruii - IKlllM CIRCUIT COURT NEWS. Circuit Judge Biggs convened the adjourned term Inst Monday and has heard some nrguments and decided somo cases. The holdover grand jury has been in session all week with J. T. Barnes as bailiff. Chas. Frye is court bailiff. Following is tho docket with notations of the business transacted during the week: LAW. H. B. Syme as guardian of Rose Syme and Carl Syme, minors and Wm. Syme vs. H. M. Horton Recovery of Money. Continu ed from last term. A. F. Mackleberg Co. vs. J. E. Rounsoville Recovery of money. Continued from las...

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 — 1 April 1911

tt K OS iHfcanatMU'BWJMI'-'im .MtlfcttaUi IflMalMMWWiiWiaMWIWW PSnes-Pxrald. liAROXST C1UGUI.ATI0N OF tttTBrAFKR IN THIS COUNTY. gATURDAY. AMtIL 1, ml Local News. Iwnys ready for job work. itterick Patterns nt Lunn- Dalton & Co. irvico nt tho Baptist Church arrow morning and evening. W. Crawford opened tho French Hotel Bar this moriy- IrSale A Kansas prairio ing plow. Call at Short's tsmith shop. J. L. Gault was on tho list tin's week but is ablo to it again. tlie Inland Empire Real if you havo anything for or exchange. VnndcrpoolnndW. Sturges amomg our Silver Creek tors during tho week. bin Allen arrived over from ?-Rnnch Thursday to spend days with his family. le irencn noiei serves n Sunday dinner and special ition is given to family ice. fcy. A. J. irwm leu monuay lis new field of lnbor. He imake Medford his head ters. Minnie Fireoveil is prc- to nurse patients at the C. ouch home in Burns. Con- lent cases solicited. ed Haines arrived home icsday from an extended ,'to Wester...

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 — 1 April 1911

-?r '! ta -, Li :.? H lS 5fl5 ;y4 R4 it ijr .BBBgMHwM'M laaaaeaaaaeaMliiii 1 1 TTI II r UTilTiTI I 1IB m JWWW NEW CLUUBINO PROPOSITION Wo have arranged to olTcr in connection with this paper, tho now monthly farm majrazino just started at Lincoln, Nebraska, by Prof. II. W. Campbell anil devot ed to tho subject of how to farm in tho dry country and how to get best results from soil tillage under normal conditions. This Paper is Campbell's Scientific Farmer and wo offer it clubbed with The Times-Tcrald both for $2.G0 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 the re sults of tho editor's many years of painstaking investigation of tho soil tillage proposition. SUMMONS. In tho Circuit Court of thu Stxito of Dra gon for tho County of llarnuy Elbert art K. Cnry, 1'luliilllV, ) va a M. OBry, Defendant ) Aid To Aldft M. Cnry, Dofemlnnt: In tlio nanio of tho stale of Oregon : You itru horohy r...

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 — 8 April 1911

tpmfc 1iic OJrcnt Jlnructj Co tin try Cou-ra nil nrcn o( 0,428,800 acre ol Innit, 4,0,TI,(i51 ncrcH yet vacant buf)cct to entry under tlio public land laws ol tlio United rilnlct. Tlio O0Idal Paper o( Harney County hai the Urgoti circulation and it ono o( ha bit advertising medium! in Eaitern Oregon. BURNS, HAUNEY COUNTM, OREGON, APRIL 8, 1911 NO 21. VOL. XXIV 8h '(ZliYcllCL UILD RAILROAD SOON rest From Vale at Once is Indicated By Court Actions Started tf P TO OU) MEXICO CONCLUDED krriman System Getting Busy on Right-of-Way Out From Vale, Indicating Active Construction Work Through Malheur Canyon to Big-Harney Country. Che Ontario Argus prints some encouraging railroad news Its last issue. The lnforma- given is without color and the point It says: file records at Vale show that Harriman peoplo have corn iced action against the owners 1 the landB west of Vale that wanted for a railroad right way. the road lands people are more In anxious to have tho rails but there are others who no...

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 — 8 April 1911

'W"y "" -H 'U ' H I K y I f SPRING IS COMING NEW SAMPLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED Come JEarlyl Avoid Easter Rush! WORK QUA RAN TEED COMPLETE N EW LINE OF GENT'S FURNISHINGS CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg. : Sbt imcs-$Ketftl. 8ATUUDAY. Al'UIt, 8.I5II. BUIlHtiKllTlON KATrW- Oua Year. . etz Month! . Three Montha , JOQ 101 .71 JULIAN IIVIIII - - M mania The people of Burns and Har ney county should sec that Mr. Ashley and his bunch of Baker boosters who will be here next week are given every opportunity to secure whatever data they re quire in the line of work they are engaged. Harney county will be benefitted by this visit and it is up to us to make good so far as our part is concerned. It appears that W. C. Parrish, the engineor in charge of the hydro-electrtctric irrigation pro ject along Malheur Lake, has a live bunch of people interested in his venture and that it will go with a vim. A party of some 15 will be here soo...

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 — 8 April 1911

ar ,inMMMMMaiMMBMBIIMBDMMnMIWntMrr i i in ainianarrtwisiaiisaaaiMayflgisfajaajyg lPisPerald. II " ' " "' ""' EjlHBT CIROULATIOH OF IwerAPKR IM THIB COUNTY. faATDRDAY. AI'MI. I, lll Empire Ronl nnything for Local News. ays ready for job work. Roso Kern is in tho city isiness. terick Patterns at Lunn Dalton & Co. "oster was a business visitor Silver creek this week. -ico at tho Baptist Church row morning and evening. a Springer and son Ed aro city from their homo near ,ke. ; Sale- A Kansas praino king plow, urn at anoris Ismith shop. A. E$rli went out to tho mtire ranch last Tuesday to few days, tho Inland if you have r exchange. Sterling, tho veteran trav- man, is hero on ono ot his x business visits. French Hotel serves a lundny dinner and special on is given to iamiiy :e. a Davis came over irom irm Wednesday and was ac- nied homo by his wife and son. Minnio Fireoved is pre- to nurse patients at the C. iuch home in Burns. Con- icnt cases solicited. iW DRAPERY GOODS AT BUSY CORNE...

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 — 8 April 1911

V r. M ' SMg 'si m ttass. INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Corrcspondonco.) No lesa a financial authority than Frank A. Vandcrlip, prcsl dont of tho National City Bank, Now York, and formerly an assistant to tho Secretary of tho Treasury, has handed out Reed adviso to tho Orcgonians this past week. Ho says ovory man should got a piece of land and he urges that now is the time to gel it Mr. Vandcrlip was entertained during tho past week by the Portland Commercial Club. Ho expressed great confidence in tho future of Oregon and says tho very attractive appearance of tho stato impresses him with tho wisdom of every man securing for himself and family n picco of land, for it will not bo n great while until a poor man will be unablo to get land. In discussing tho financial situation, Mr. Vandcrlip expresses tho bolief that business conditions in tho country at largo are taking a hopeful turn. He finds banks aro sound, crop prospects are good and there is general confi dence in tho future. The ...

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 — 15 April 1911

aUt f Slic (Srcnt Unnicjj attitirn Cowrn an nrcn of 0,428,800 urn ol land, 4,0.11,1)51 ncrcs yet vacant. inllii-cl to entry under tlio public land laws ol tho United Ptnlca. Tho Ofllctal TAper of IUrnoy County Iim the Urgoit clrcuUtlon and It ono ot ho belt aJvcrtlilng modicum In Kailern Orctton. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 15, 1911 NO 22. imtfrtti OGRESSIVEOLD TIMER eplies to Former Communication Regarding Local Conditions lRNEY COUNTY NEEDS ROADS an.la Thn (lnd Hnnri in tlin Pvrwill Whn.TTftVC Come If to Help Develop Great Resources Welcomes The If r"l,niicrnr1 f!nnfHfinrm That Railroads will Bnntr. would Hko to say n few words eply to tho "Old Timer" who le his nnnearancc in me ies-Herald two or three weeks le said something to thp effect ;if the "Old Timers would 'advertising Harney Valley 'belly-aching about wanting iilroad they would be better fell, that knocked tho socks f me because I am an 'old 6r;" have been hero for over lty years and I want n rail- but ...

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 — 15 April 1911

4 m V a e Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg- NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Display, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSIN PRICES ARE RIGIIT-THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the B. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece. Suits. Ing tho routo nro simply bom bnrdod with tho beautiful rosea. To mid to tho chnrm and interest of tho spccUiclo, tho spectators usually cngngo in a Rosa Bat tle" pelting tho young women with tho flowers after thoy havo been showered in tho streets. fflbe Wiw3$txM. SATURDAY. Al'KH, 15,1911. HMiWUItllTION KATKB: One Year ... Blx ilonlh. Threo Month 1100 Si ac IULIAN IIYUIt 1! " After reading the outside pa pers The Times-Herald man finds that Harney county was not singled out by the weather man for the dose given us the first of) this week. The storm covered the entire country with snow and ice at Portland, Med ford and ot...

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 — 15 April 1911

5 u 5555HH5H" arm muuimmmmmmtammuiiimm -Jferald. .xnaKBT circulation or tWSPArKR IN Til IB COUNTY. SATDKUAY. AI'llIL 15, lltl Local News. unoy Cumniins has been on ck list this week, but is N Mondny, April 10, to id Mrs. W. D. Huffmnn, a ten Sale A Kansas prairio ng plow. Call at Short's mitli shop. . Chandler was in the city lay attending to somo trad- i business. tlio Inland Empire Real if you have anything for exchange. q Mooro is back in Burns n absence of ten months n California. Agnes Lovo is expected u's evening from Agency with friends for a timo. French Hotel serves a nday dinner and special n is given to family t Stenographer Walker on taking testimony in lses referred at the term lit court just adjourned. -On the street a watch with J J H engraved on om. Finder please leavo jfTice and be suitably re- Shingledecker has pur the J. P. Farm interest ine imported Coach Stal ddist and will stand him arian Valley place. All of last year are payable lhingledccker. Boston Mass., T...

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 — 15 April 1911

(3 .fla n ! I ' : ' 1 '' LL1-1-M Bgf " WO' ' '""' yiwjtwiim ra.rwaaisiui i.iimnr iim wg; - . - - --aaaMiAAsassjMMsaaasaMsjMs .,- - . . r-.-..- . ' - t gggggg0ggntmfwmmmmmmmmmmwmrimmi n . ,, INDUSTRIAL NOTES. i i'MI ' (Portland Correspondence.) Wheat growers of 28 counties of tho Pacific Northwest, 1& In Oregon, 6 in Idaho and 9 in Washington, members" of tho Farmers Union, havo Bccurcd a lease on Columbia Dock No. 1, for tho Beason and proposo to handlo tholr crop from tho field to tho ships taking it to foreign markets. Tho purposo of tho movo is not solely to handlo tho grain of tho members but to make a profit out of tho traffic. Purchases of grain will bo mado in tho wheal belt just as individual firms buy it and plans nro being mado for tho incorporation of a trans portation company. Sales of wheat will bo mado on tho dock, terms being fob Portland. Rice in Oregon may soon be como an accomplished fact for experiments havo been under taken on a tract of irrigated land at Sta...

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 — 22 April 1911

MiBSSSESSSBSn 9T(e Vimes"3ternl& Tho Oniclnl Vapor ot llnrnoj County hi the Urgoat circulation nil la otio o( ho belt ndvoitlitlng meilluinti In KuBtorn Oregon, Wt Circni atfnnicy, (Eotitilru Cover nn nrcn of (1,428,800 hi-iim ol laiuli 4,0.11,051 ncrrii yet vacant enhiect to entry under tho public land lnn ol tho Ifnlttd States. HtCHBRilMm lu mt VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 22, 1011 NO 23. INVESTIGATE ROUTE ritiess Men of This City Would Ascertain its Feasibility ,ULD CHANGE LAW ON TROUT intngcs of Railroad Route up tho River and West iFrom Burns May be Fully Investigated and Sur veyed Grange Day at The County Fair This Fall. Times-Herald has heard I suggestions from business respecting the advisability orporatmsr a railroad com- reconnaissance and survey ino outlined in our last is- That the route is feasible long been admitted by those ar with the territory. It nted out that such a line ly has the advantage of a timber area that would f ur- 'immediate tonnage...

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 — 22 April 1911

se wt -? 4 1 t r Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Follows Bldg. NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Disp! iy, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSINit PRICES ARE RIGHT-TUB PLACE TO BUY We carry the B. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. IRRIGATION OF IIARNBV BASIN ADJUDICATION OP ALL WATER RIGHTS NECESSARY TO THIS END. fflto imc-Rcfnfd. DATURUAY. AI'llll. ,ll. HtlUSOIUITION KATK8: Una Year Six Montht Three Month! JULIAN 111 HI) ton - V4r The Vale Enterprise ngain made an ass of itself last week by pub lishing a long editorial comment on the proposed Burns-Bend road in which it displayed as much ignorance of the central Oregon country as does the Orcgonian at times. It was foolishness to assert that the proposed road was impassable for freight teams big country where you and your little surronnding territories could bo lost in one great big Valle...

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 — 22 April 1911

cf mi 8 s iSTMxmmmmm BimBs-JlBrald. I.ARQEST CUMULATION 0 rNKWBrAPKR IN THtB COUNTY. aATUUDAY. Al'ltlt, W.ltll LochI News, from :imcs l'irio was over Creek yesterday. prill nt Sclienk Bros, nnd sco new Pnnnmn lints. aul Finke was down from his lintnin homo this week. E. Brown wns in tho city week looking after business. )U Sale A Kansas prairie iking plow. Call at Short's bksmith shop. i leorgo Joerndt is back from ttlo where ho has been on a to his children. ec tne tnianu iiinpiro ueni- 2o. if you have anything for I or exchange. fine and complete line of bIi garden and flower seeds at l's Grocery. ink Dibble nnd family aro from Silver creek accom- ftcd by Mrs. Parker. we iTcnen Hotel serves n h Sunday dinner and special pinion is given 10 iiiiiiny ice. liss bind unwilieiu lias ro- itly completed a term of school lr the lakes and is now at her lie in this city. tY ON A NETTLETON )E AT THE! BUSY CORNER )RE. JL. Poujade and family came from their farm home in tr auto Monday to attend...

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 — 22 April 1911

nun i iniiKTiriaii iiiifntii n iniiiiir A COYOTES DOMGSTICATCD. Part-breed coyoto doga lmvo long boon in uso nnioiiR ranchers and others in isolated locations as watch animals, but it is be lieved that Charles Lubcck of Elk City is tho first rancher to ho able to covert full-blooded coy otes to any uso about a farm. Mr. Lubeck calls his coyotes Brig and Harrison, and brought them with him to Boiso yester day whon ho camo with a score of coyoto pelts. "Brig and Harrison caught these, all of them," said Lubeck yesterday. "I never have to kill a single coyoto with a gun, for these animals arc always capable of doing tho work and of keep ing their brothers out of tho country about tho ranch. "I caught two coyotes 25 years ago, and since that time thoro have boon five generations, until tho result has been that I have been able to develop what might nearly be called domestic coyotes. While I cannot allow these ani mals to sleep in the house. I have a special place for them, and they run ...

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