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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 3 June 1911

Mtfuib 1lle (Qrent Unrnctj Cotittiru Cover nn nrca of 0,428,800 at-ict of Inndi 4,03 l,0M nrrcn yet vacant stibi-ct to entry initlor llio public land laws of Itii) United Hatea. Tho Ofllclnl Paper of Hartley Counly hits tho largnst circulation ml it ouo of ho boat advortlatng mediums In Knalern Orvgon. )L. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 8, 1011 NO 29. She mwt$- I H 17 fJH Tiff TT? TT TT T TTrrr of 42 men were taken enro IXJCIUJL 1YJLJAJUJ JL J JLHJJLKjM. JL J. U, them Pacific Man Gathers. Data For Descriptive Writeup IT TO LEARN ABOUT OREGON I Thousand Two Hundred Would Come to Oregon Opening: Was Presented According to Registra- n on Great Northern Northwest Advertising Car. Wheeler a writer of seaboard states in tho Fall. Tel- Hhe employ of the North- Icific Railway, was here Ltho week looking over Vnlloy and securing such 1 was necessary lor a gen- scriptiyc writeup of the rritory for use in' exploit i attractiveness to tourists icseekers. Hiecler was Riven all the ice p...

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 June 1911

m w, Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg NEW SPRkNG GOODS Now on I is lay, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RIQHT-THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the 15. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. VI She imcj&-?tfcniCtl. .'ArmtitA'v, jum. 3.I9U Ml llSt KHTION ItATKS UU0 Yer dlx Mouth TUrei Minithn 33 UII.IAN III Kit 7ft t nAK4' This is the first season for three years that we have had rain at this season of the year when most needed. It has been a rather discouraging struggle for many new home steaders but we all rejoice with them now and believe that Har ney county will have a banner year for crops. With such pros pects and the coming of moio people we look forward to great er prosperity for the big Harney country. i the state against E. T. Schleur, appellant, the Supreme Court, in an opinion written by Justice Mo...

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 June 1911

$$$ "iWMHii'iiHBlWuiiiiin'iiiilin xnwWgWBSBSH OTes-JXerald. r t.AIUlKST OIHOULATION OP W8PAl'Klt INTHI8C0UNTY. UTtlKDAV Jl'NKS, IVll Local News. Schenk Bros, ami soo I I Panama hats. omegys and family woro hn the city this wcok. and complcto lino of Irden and flower seeds at Jrocery. , 1 f !.. 1 irflimcr nnu iuinny nnvo Uo town. They occupy iico in south Burns. f supply of groceries in- Hard, bacon hams etc. & Richardson's. A. Dillard desires to af her residence property pity, also her furniture. id seo the late arrivals : Roods, shoes, ties, furn- setc. at Ilngey & Rich- SHoward and wife recent- led from Corvallis where ent as delegates to the inge. French Hotel serves a iday dinner and special is given to family ling to the wagontire pndont to the Paisley u Egli has been nppoint- land commissioner over R. L. Paddock will be jrsday and will hold ser- fthe Presbyterian church sday and Friday evenings i on Sunday. me power plant lor Mr. moving picture house lived and mechanic...

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 June 1911

i J&fr f iftY I I il ' i ? i! i i"' ! j ' it" h Uumpllon on (he Form. Nnmed your farm yet? Any ahado in tlio.pnatm'o? Why not? Tho Roldon toxt for Juno is: "Keep tho soil stirred." " If you want to kill weeds, cul tivate or hoe them when tho sun shines hot. Tho trouble with tho honcy-hcc is that it doesn't carry honey at both end. No, lime is not good for pota toes; it favors scab. So docs too much stable manure. Now, please, don't let the mower rattle all to pieces. Keep it well oiled and every nut screw ed up tightly, and don't let the knives or guards get dull. Remember, brother farmer, that tho hot weather and hard work tax the strength of your wife. She will enjoy going to the store with you and riding slowly homo in the cool of tho evening. To keep moles from a bed, sink a close-mesh wire notting a foot wide into tho soil around, allowing it to extend about two inches above the surface. 1 f you have no netting, use boards. Either will prevent tho entrance of moles into 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 — 10 June 1911

O J """'I ' um 3rh.e VlmcaSteraia Tlio Olllclnl Taper o Unrnoj County linn llio largost circulation titl In ono ol lio beat lulvcrttahiR meillumi In Eiwtern Oregon. fc GSrent Stanley Eouiilrn Covers an area of 0,428,800 acres of, lnnil,.'l(l3l,Wil acre yd vacant subject to entry under tlio public land law of tlio United fJtaUt. )L. XXIV BURNS, IIAItNEY COUNTY, OKKtJON, JUNE 10, 1011 NO 30. mmtMtfutk m R THE WHISTLE SOQN Long Distance Railroad Guess ing That Sounds Good HILL AND HARRIMANBUSY to Invade The Big Harney Country From East West With Least Possible Delay According to Enterprise, Which Has Inside Information. id surveying engineers ; Vale within a few days j surveying oi permnn- non lines on tno ure- 3tern railroad west of according to a definite enient received here to- m the rortinnu nena- Whcn the Harriman Durchased the right of ic Boise & Western, it two lines land for most listance two right-of- tlits crew ot surveyers srmancnt line, clioosing feasihle route and the...

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 — 10 June 1911

If X 11 jjF' WgiifaayjiitvaMsaft'j Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Bums, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg- NEW SPRUNG GOODS Now on Disi lay, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RIGHT--THB PLACE TO BUY We carry the-U. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. 5 & Site imci5-ctaCd. SATURDAY. JUNK 10,1911. HllllSrHIITICN ItATKR Uu Year.,.. 81x Moulhi... Three Monthi IUI.1AN II Villi 1100 t.OC .7 Bucahannn nnd little son the city from tho sta- Joe arc in tion. John Onrd nnd his son James wore up from their home near Lawcn yesterday, milking tho trip in their auto. Found -A ladies fur in the field at Bruss Byrds place. Owner call at this ofhec, prove property and pay for this ad. Win. Christian is in tho city on n short lay off nursing a enno of grip. Geo. Ward and wife expect to leave in tho morning for outsido points. Gcorgo will seek a now location...

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 June 1911

o 9 tj ntMMaula Lies-Jcrald. LAKaKUT CIHCUI.ATION r WAPKU IN T1I18 COUNTY tUHDAY JINK 10, lull Local News. Schenk Bros, and see Panama lints. Illayoa and Geo. Parker i from Lawen Tuesday and comnletu line of itlcn and flower seeds at ocery. iowo and who were Cnlamity during the business. supply of groceries in- Mil, bacon hams etc. i,:& Richardson's. jsj es was in the first of to consult a physician icwliat indisposed. IV A. Dillnrd desires to her residence properly also her furniture. see the late arrivals 3ds. shoes, ties, furn- fctc. at Ilagey A: Kieh- jtoushlight was elected R Portland last Monday Joseph Simon by over i reach Hotel serves a ay dinner and special is Riven to family Bowan, clerk ol the land none to Grant county 1 family. I le will spend an period over there. ihnson was in from his eiiear Van during the iat is a favorable spot i and we shall have a Drt from this section are harvested. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at the vl...

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 June 1911

? 4 O l JIIM.I MMIT-IPIMI I III II 'T'11fHffWM'"M Hi MEMM"HMiaMH ' 1 Rot ' WW ' ' if El - i fV ft' 1.1 ! I !! .1 ' A i ;i i 1 mi 1 II m'nu vnm ivjiuimu m i nnjiiniwa Protecting The Garden. (Continued from pngo ono) For aphis and leaf hoppers on roso bushes, a Kerosene emulsion or Black Leaf spray should bo used. For flea-beetles on toma too plants n spray of arsenate of lead should bo used whenever they appear; for aphis, the kero sene or black Leaf spray is Reed. When flea-beetles nro found on sugar beets, the plants should bo sprayed at once with arsenate of lead, and treatment should bo repeated two or thrco times at intervals of about two weeks or so. "If the beds of violets have red spiders or aphis, Black Leaf or koroscno emulsion should be sprayed, to bo effective." Hunting Laws Not Enforced. "The authorites over in Har ney county nro more strict than in this county," said D. V. Huffman of Andrews, while in town Wednesday. Mr. Huffman has a place over on Stccns Mountain and h...

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 June 1911

a SP fjp gtorw, Wf (rcnt JInmtu OCouulru Covcro mi nrcn of (l,4,.'8,800 ncrM ol liinil, 4,(J3l,(l.'il iicrcn yet vacant subject' ttinfifrv ilniln,1 tlid ritililtf land lawn nf Tho Olllclnl l'npor t. llnrnoy County hnn thu UrROft circulation mloiiool ho lu-sl nilvortlBlnit miMluiin In Kailern Orotson. tllO Ullltcil Suites.' f HUHNS, IIAIINEY COUNTY, OKKISON, JUNK 17, 1!)11 NO 31. VOL. XXIV (iulT SUjO 'VELOPMENT LEAGUE mitral Oregon Counties to Take up Earnest Development Work 1ETING AT PRINEVILLE JUNE 30 lllnnlev to Preside at Formation of Central Oregon League and Points Out Advantages to be Derived I The Country Must be Developed and Producing. 1 Hnnlcy arrived homo Mon- ening after an absence of itli in which he traveled id considerable. He left in company with President tin? fireat Northern and riv nf railroad men. coin ir y the way of the Oregon c. Later lie visited Salt and at that point was the of Mr. Bancroft ot the nan lines, who took him 1u Salt Lake Valley and id him how 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 — 17 June 1911

3 I i' t Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Bums, Oregon, Odd Follows Bldg NEW SPRING GOODS Now on l)i lay, Including Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers,etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RIGHT--THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the M. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. i Jf Ilic tmcj5-pctCd SATUIUlAY. JUNK IT. I'll StlllSCItllTlON IIATKH Uua Year. . Six Month! . Three Monttn as: U.OU l it M n4f IU1.IAN II V Kit - "Simply overwhelmed by the manifold resources and possibili ties of this immense Valley," is the way J. .1. Sayer, field seen -tary of the Oregon Development League, expressed himself upon his visit here "the first of the week. That is the manner all express themselves when first viewing this big country. It is impossible to tell about it one must see it to fully appreciate its greatness and this is the right season of the year to come. Harry C. Smith Piatt Randal, Hen Urown, Morn...

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 June 1911

o '3 '' "' " "'"' "' ' ' '''Y't""1l1iiiiiiiliiilMHWtll Bta irtsJkrald. 1K8T CIRCULATION Or PAPKIt IN T1IIH COUNTY. Irday JINK 17,10)1 cnl News. ready tor job printing. Bchcuk liros. and ace unnmn lints. ro Mr. ami Mrs. a. a. lutrsdny Juno 15, a I and complclo lino of an and flower seeds at acery. A. Collier the Silver ler and bronco buster city Tuesday. apply of groceries in- ird, bacon luuus etc. l& Richardson's. ' L. Mnrsdcn has been vk list this week suffer- Momach trouble. lid see the late arrivals ivuous, Hiiofs, lies, mrii- ieic. ai ungcy w nitn- ng left yesterday niorn- us home in Hcnton coun- i a short visit with rela rench Hotel serves a Jay dinner and special is Riven to family STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at the close of business June 7th, 1!)11 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $253, IGU.SO U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 Honds nnd Securities 58,101.211 Premium on U. S. Honds 2,000.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 0,000.00 Five per cent...

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 June 1911

3 a m CANINE riDELITV. ,NUW CLUUMNU PROPOSITION A most touching story fof the Wo hnvo nrmngcd to oftcr in faithfulness of n shepherd dog is connection with this paper, tho related by those familiar with ! now monthly farm magazine just tho incidents surrounding the j started at Lincoln, Nobmslm, by finding of tho dead body of herd- Prof. II. V. Campbell and dovot er John Sngardoy, in Sanders' n to the subject of how to farm sheep camp recently. The dog in tho dry country and how to was n female and had four pup- tjot best results from soil tillago pics. Sagnrdoy hnd been dead, j under norninl conditions. This according to the coroner at least i Paper is Campbell's Scientific eight days. Yet, when the sheep Farmer and wo oiler it clubbed were found, they were all to-. gother, with Mikey, the dog, standing guard over them and keeping tho coyotes away. Everyday for eight days Mikey had left her puppies and follow ed the sheep when they left the bed ground; had brought them back at nigh...

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 June 1911

mmt$-ttdk "&e CSrcnt Slnriiru CCotuilru Tlio Ollirlal l'npor ot Hnmoy County Ima tlui lurnojt circulation uidliouoot ho bust ndvortialng mediums In Eastern Oropon. Covers ait arm of 0,128,800 ncWs or lanilt ifi'.,W iicrco ytt vncnnt wilijoct to entry mult r tlio imlillc land Irwr ol; tlio United Klntea. f IVOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 24, 1911 NO 32. m DR Y FARM ST A TION SONQ RECITAU JULY 3. il Selection of Site Left to The Harney County Court ERAL TRACTS ARE SUITABLE littee of Regents From Agricultural College Are scorted Over County and Make Recommendations rhich Court Will Consider Sub-Stations Likely. J. K. Woatherford, r (. u Hawley. K. rJ. and Prof. Scudder, the ttee selected by the Ore- rricultural College board of to select a site for the county dry land exneri- Btation, arrived in Burns ay evening. spent four days in the i country, leaving Wednes- fening on their return trip more comprehensive ige of the bigness of the to be served by the as tney were 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 June 1911

I, I 4-'i 14 A if 51 J II) J M: M ( W h tt I 1 i ! . .fit .' -tTafW.! .1 I i kii l. a aw jrii fiKfl '5 it. I, t.i ,j ,iy m .' i'i Ft , 'kP irJ a i If ' 4. I. v r ; I, 'I Tl -v---.- . ! i I IIIMB II.LLJJllJiJMip .I.L..L . . - . i ... PP"- . .....ikthim mnrih! nni imrr AN INVITM) AUnWNCn. 25 tl 01 prCSOriHHUimi i " , jTu nn 1 spr s '"" """""'"'" icth und thoy will thoroby cntcn yr Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg NEW SPRING GOODS Now on Display, IncluiliiiK Suits, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Newest Styles in Straw Hats Panamas, Crush Dicers, etc CLEANING AND PRESSING PRICES ARE RWHT-THE PLACE TO BUY We carry the H. V. D. Under wear in Union and Two Piece Suits. $ he itmcs-ftctaCi SA1UKUAY. JUNK 1M, lull sUIIIMimilTlON ItATKH Oue Yo HCW Six Month! .... .100 Three Month, ... .75 IULIAN II VII II - MnltaitlM THE TIMES-IIERALD'S NEW HUII.DINO The Timca-Hcrald has lot out a contract to Frank Swain and J. W. McGowan for...

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 June 1911

UIC1KBT GtHOULATION Or fgrAPKH tNTlllB COUNTY. rUKIUY Jl'NK 81 mt Local NeWs. ready for job printing:. Schenk Bros, nnd seo .Panama lints. kighhend was up from Hie first of this week. fellows of the "Ugo" Rhas gone to Baker on 10 ana complete line 01 Harden and flower seeds at Grocery. pAdelar Racine was over )revsoy this week on a relatives and friends. f supply of groceries in lard, bacon Imms etc. y & Richardson's. Hamilton came down the ranch Wednesday g for the teachers' exam- nd seo the late arrivals is goods, shoes, ties, furn- etc. at Hngey & Rich- C. W. Holloman accom his family to the railroad iek. They go to Haines indefinite visit. French Hotel serves a nday dinner and special Ion is Riven to lanuiy . Smith has been busy ek gathering the big bunch e recently purchased and g them to the railroad. Alice Sweek is taking the r teacher's course under ection of Prof. R. D. Ress the Agriculture College. . Holland came in Wod- f morning from the rail- icompanied by his d...

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 June 1911

9 1 d Wool Buyers Pay Top Prices HereiNOTIUK KOIt PUBLICATION Ontario had the most success ful wool snlo of the sonson for Eastern Oregon or Southern Idaho on Wednesday. While thcro has been about a million and a half pounds of wool sold and shipped thcro was in the neighborhond of half a mil lion pounds up Wednesday and there was fifteen buyers repre sented in the sales, but the ma jority of the wool was sold to Howard Atwood of Boston and S. Daniels of San Francisco. A few clips sold as follews: James Paul, 150 bags, lGJc. T. Tumbull, 350 bags, lfiSc Goodman & TudorCO bags 108c 0. E. Thompson, 125 bags lfiic R. Stambro, 75 bags, lGJc R. A. Smith. 50 bags, 15Jc W. J. Altnow, 40 bags, USc. J. 0. Albperson, 50 bags. Mac John Wood, 00 bags, MJc. J. R. Jenkins was offered 15ijc but refused the bid. These wools arc heavy srinkago fine wools. The growers are more than satisfied with the results of the sale. Argus. UNITKl) BTATRH t.AHll OKFHIK, I Hums, Oregon, Juno IV, 1911 Nullco 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 — 1 July 1911

mm iMiliiujili dP SThe Wlmcs-Htrflia Tliu Ofllclnl l'npor of llnrnoj Comity lina tlio liirgosl circulation and la ono of lio best nilvcrtlatiiR mediums In Kiloru Oregon. gwtw, Jj rent larnu fltouttlrrj Covers an nrca of 0,428,800 ncrci ol lanil, 4,(131,1)61' Heron yet vacant lubject to entry under the publlo land lawa ol the United rllatot. fOL. XXIV BUHNS, HAHNEY COUNTY) OKEGON, JULY 1, mil NO 33. SPte P1101 "RE STARTING RIGHT Scientist Today's Great Central Oregon Need, Says Writer OPINION OF RAILROAD MAN stnblishmcnt of Experiment Stations in Harney junty in Line With Views Expressed Some of ic Products That do Well in This Bier Country. iter to the Sunday Journal ral Oregon, that great east of the Cascade moun ras a revelation to the Nothern Pacific rai'road ?ho made a journey of Jes through a small part ist week. Like a groat of Oregonians who fct taken time to familar- iselves with the expanse Diirces of their own state, Is of several departments great transcontinental system ...

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 July 1911

n 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 PRESSING PRICES ARE RIOBT-TBE PLACE TO BUY We carry the I). V. D. Under wear hi Union and Two Piece Suits. j Site iiiucs-tcvnCd. SATURDAY, JULY 1. 1311 mtHMUUITION KATKH- Six Month. Three Month. JULIAN IIVIlli UN 1 110 .TO Xnnair With the establishment of the experiment farm will come great er activity in the field of agricul ture throughout the big territory which the station will serve. It is a step that will bring far bet ter results than anticipated by those not familiar with this vast interior country. Hundreds of homesteaders on the sage brush expanses who have become dis heartened will be encouraged and again bend their energies toward developing their holdings under the direction of the scienistswho will have charge of the e...

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 July 1911

IfsV SJierald. 1KBT OIKCUI.ATION OF fHPAPKH IN THIS COUNTY. ITURIUY Jlt.V 1, lll ,ocnl News. ready for job printing. 1 is back from a trip to &ad. Schcnk Hros. and seo Panama hats. Supt. Hamilton was a visitor to our city Ibis and complete lino of den and flower seeds at Grocery. jolia Egli spent sovoral ir city this week visit ers and friends. supply of groceries in- i'lard, bacon bams etc. & Kichardson's. -one should get a trip in- ountry now. Tbo wild roses, ect. aro profuse. iid see tbo late arrivals goods, shoes, ties, furn- icic. at Hagey & Rich- f I French Hotel serves a hday dinner and special in is given to family ; many friends of Wm. t aro pleased to see him ible to bo on the streets ("ovcring his health. and Mrs. Charles Uohn inted the furnished rooms ie Times-Herald ollico and main in Burns for a time. Ue July 3, horses, bar- buggies, etc. Bring in irniture, household goods fm macninery. T. Smith, Auctioneer. Gilcrest of the P. L. S. mirchased the big band e...

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 July 1911

S-BS s" I1 i . i i i ! ! i i ; r: . FOR TUB PARMER. I ..--''" Celebrate the Fortli by plant ing n little moro sweet corn. The nmn who is Rovcrned by n, good wife is well and wisely ruled. Whistle and hoc, save as you go; Old ago won't bo so dull thon, you know. Soap-suds will kill plant lice. So will tobacco extract, kerosene emulsion or whale-oil soap. Steel tools put in a barrel of air-slaked lime will never rust. I havo alway kept my spades and such tool in lime. Now get in the rutabagas. They'll como in nice for stock feed next winter. A turned undcr timothy sod will do for them. Secrets of successful turnip grewing: Havo tho seed bod very fine, then roll it: sow the seed soon after a rain, nnd cover the seed by lightly rolling the the ground. The nick of time in spraying potatoes for blight is before the blight strikes them. It is dis couraging to look out on a nico field turned black. Wo hope that will not be the way with yours. Alfalfa is the great farm en richer. Those who a...

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