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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 August 1911

rF nTiV 8 i .jj tjji w uimi ii ikihi iiui miiiiniiiiniiii "' "" fp ilefd Wlc lm-3Hcrnia Tim Ollk'inl l'npor of Hnrnoj County has tlio litrtot circulation mullsouoot lio best inlvortlnliiR mediums In Kmtorn Origon. xme Kite C5rcnt Jipfncjj Cotimru Coven an nrcn ol 0,428,800 nciet ol lainl, 4,0.'il,il acres yet vacant aubject to oiitry under tho public land lw ol tbo'Unltwl'rdatos. 'VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 12, ifill NO 39. mm a fiqiy ATER WHAT WE WANT ligation Projects Should Have Our Particular Attention Now HO PROJECTS MAKING GOOD rt. M - -W M V jt ron uiters ureal l'lcict lor such uneranons wnen roperly Exploited and Placed Before Capital Harney County Projects Biggest in The West. ompnrison of Oregon and I by all the people taking an inter respecting both Carey Act est and helping local promoters get the tact bctore it. I Tho irrigation projects of Har ney county arc its salvation and most important government irrigation pro- loes not give an Oregonian 111 o...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 August 1911

jgnejM Ia $ (? lj.JS iif B iftt it S 141 HfcK IWII jLu I : BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's and Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on ail Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PEESSING Schenk Brothers XfJLtSl wiuiiv jliiuui a itftit jui,ihik,i o i Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg- II that will not rcnuiro alteration ' SOMH RAILROAD TALK- orntlditiou for tnnny years. ' The bullditur sito selected in (Continued from First Pnffo) lln ialIala 111 fllanaas ilin It I 1 1 I a 1 i w i i . "" .r" " r"".n"T . mainline into San Francisco. iu luiviuuiiKC, Willi iiiiKu Htiiuui Kroumla. A1ATINI1H RACliS. The Mntmeo last Sunday after noon at tho fair p'ound race courso was quite in'iroHtinir, the trot boinpr rather a close contest between Hill Hanley and Pro gress, tho former taking tho first and third heats. Progress made a had break in the last heat and in a half mile could not recover what ho lost. Tho best time was...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 August 1911

r . . l, IL ---i- J 11 in Tin mi - tt- r '1 " - f " " "-1 u- ' ' Bflf ies-Jierald. UK I.AI10KBT CUMULATION Or RYNKWSrArKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY AlUlllHT U, IHI Locnl News. C. Orr of Cliicntro is in the bw fresh Brocories-just re ed nt Hngoy & Richardson's. R. Dnwson ami Bert Porter stmonjr our visitors irom sun- day. fine and complete lino of Harden and flowerbeds at I'n firnenrv. , ,....,,,...,. , siey tjrnwioru is uuck irom ctended trip to Yakima and outside points. y Sliaver has n fine Harden year on the Sutton place this f of Wright's Point. esh supply of groceries in- Injr lard, bacon hams etc. jgey & Richardson's. jert Johnson camo Silver Creek Tliursday in pany with Frank Dibble. Ill and see the late arrivals ress goods, shoes, ties, furn- js etc. at Hagey & Rich- an. ... N over 4 tnes Paul and wife and Miss rstrich were in the city the of the week from their fcs. French Hotel serves a Sunday dinner and special Ition is given to family 1 fce. inty Clerk Waters ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 12 August 1911

kaMMMABMIiltfBaMBVMCMESBBBJMi r a INDUSTRIAL NOTES. Portland Corespondent Biff deleffatioii3 from nil parts of the stato will gather at Astor ia for the annual convention of tho Oregon Development League on August 14, 15 and 10. There is wide interest in tho approach ing session and a splendid pro gram has been arranged. Each section promises to have a full representation and tho meeting will mark a forward step in de velopment circles. Tho Centennial Celebration will have an added interest for delegates to the League gather ing and Astoria, known fur and wide for its hospitality, will make a special effort to enter tain tho Leaguers. On tho whole, tho approaching conven tion promises to be the best ever held in tho history of tho state wide development body. Lakeview people are making arrangments for a monster cele bration in October when tho new railroad, now building north from California, will reach that city. It is proposed to have the biggest demonstration of tho kind ever hel...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 August 1911

Sittw, "Ue tmB-3Hern!& Tlio Olllclnl l'npor of llnrnoj County Iiaa tlio largost circulation nil li oub ol Ito best advertising mediums In Kaitern Oregon, Clic &rcnt Stanley ftoumrg Covers an nrra of 0,428,000 afrro ol land, 4,03,U51 acres yet vacant mbuct to ontry under tlio public, larid lawe ol tlio United Blutcs. )L. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 10, 1911 NO 40. She (3 vJv wJtiiJ RIMAN HOLD PASS itruction on Oregon-Eastern to Begin Before October feAL RAILROAD IN THE FIELD ikee Righl-oMVny Agent in the Malheur Pass idicates Hill System Still Has ''Designs" on This writory and Perhaps n Better Route Through it. tVnle Enterprise deals in ather extravagant railroad this week which is of less interest to this see- fhe Enterprise insists that unman system will Hold smtage in the Malhcurcan- will not permit its right- Recentlywlien the merger of the Great Northern, tho North ern Pacific, the Chicago & North western and the Chicago, Burl ington & Quincy railr...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 August 1911

8 a , i . ,. , "in, nv- u.'s - ,---rT--T--r- ! i ., ' Uj ! SB 1 XT if iff il ,; Ml i ' ! R r 11 I BONA FIDE MIDSUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's and Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns. Oregon, Odd Fellows Bide IHMHnMNHHMMNHMMmaiiaHMMiMinaMMMHMMn J Ihc iims-jfCfaC4 8ATUKU AY. AUHIMT ID. I HI BHIWCUUTION UATKH Ouo Year Six Moiithn . Thro Moiitlu IU1.IAN lt Hl - J. ou I I1ittmsii BILL BOOSTS HOME COUNTRY- One of the best speeches mudo nt the recent meeting of the De velopment Lengue in Astoria wns made by Bill Hanloy according to the advices received through the Portland papers. The follow -ing are paragraphs from a re port published in the Jeurnal: Enthusiasts for the develop ment of Oregon who listened to newcomers and old residents by moans of "soil schools." branches of the Agricultural college. Ho advocated th...

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 — 19 August 1911

'mtmmm'mimTSiOSBSttHI!BiatM ?cft Herald. ItOKBT CIlU'l'I.ATION Of I'ArKll IN TlllH COUNTY. BAY. Al'tilMT III, oil cnl News. ilnnt is in thocity. ilcns in Scotch Tweeds Bros. ttcrson was up from klnesdny. 11 hear the wood saw itember the 1st. ,owo was a business mr city Thursday. sh irrocorios just rc- Hagoy& Richardson's. Sntterson was mixinj? riends in Burns this imply of groceries in- rd, bacon hams etc. fe Richardson's. C nnliliiilrta Mill wife comfortable domiciled ibyterian manse. see the late arrivals ils, shoes, ties, furn- nt IlaRey & Rich- T. Carey went out to creek home Wednea- short visit to homo jisa Miller came over homestead Tuesday id a few days with this city. eed arrived home the week from Portland la resorts, lie nuu a Imble vacation. reston came up from fin Glenlock Tuesday. Icompatiicd up by Miss Farnum who remained W. Yoder of the hiirfi Ived home Wednesday Irom his vacation spent tid, Salem and other )reKon localities. W. ClcvenKcr, who thildren is visi...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 August 1911

r ' La B-m. it f.M h 4if 1 , E. L. Bocdc, who is n real es tate dealer at Drewsey, was in Ontario last week lookinp over conditions. Mr. Bccdu says that Drewsey is the licart of Harney county, bcinp one thousand foot lower than the fame'd Harney valloy. Arjrus. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OP EXECUTORS. Don't over look tho bip Cloar anco Sale now on at Schenk Bros. FOIt SALE BY OWNER. 1 section, (MO acres, level un improved sago brush land in Harney Valley, can bo subirriRat ed. 1G0 acre tract, fenced, Reed house deep well and otherwise improved. 1G0 acres tract unim proved. Trices made to suit in tending settlers. No speculators need apply. Inquire at this ollice. SEASHORE SPECIAL TRUN VI OKLdON WASIIINOTON R. R & NATKUTION CO. Will leave Baker at 0:15p.m. Wednesday, Aupust 2,lnl, arriv ing Portland 7:15a.m., following morning. Tho rate for n round trip ticket from Baker to any point on tho Seashore at North Beach is only $12:50, children half fare, and are limited to fif teen days. S...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 August 1911

ii piti m mmwmii m 11 "BTtlc Whiles -Jiernlft Tho Olllclftl I'npor of Hnrmy Comity Ima ttio largwt clrcnlfttloi! nml taonout ho bust mlvortlnliiK inoillmnn In Knatorn Oregon. Site 0rcnt Tlnrticy CCotititt'u (Vncnt mi imm of flia.KOO ni'i ol IiiiiiIi 4,(V)l,(iM nctwi jet vncatit (Hihivil tii entry imili-r tlio pulillo liiml mwfr ul ttio United Mil! i. 0L. XXIV BURNS, IIAKNEY COUNTY, OKEGON, AUGUST 20, 1H1 NO 41. She r uL'f Hit ro JH iira n ILROAD PROSPECTS I hrt Gathering of Material and Tools for Construction Work POSITIVE ORDERS TO BUILD Paper Says Steam Shovel There and Work Train Big Crew Expected to Begin on Oregon the Eastern Toward Harney GO Miles This Year. jf-way agents have been bula'ting throughout the .Valley south of this city grade. Tho pupils nro to Btudy there in tho earlier grades; they are to talk about them, and in tho advanced gradoa they are to bo made tho basis of composition work. It is especially urged that tho teachers show tho pupils how to correct their own...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 August 1911

s a "Jy,iTBw8HfcllMI iiHu.,i. ihii w it ' "T hi I '! 1 1,1 ' k Wt Ul A I f BONA FIDE MID-SUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's and Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PKESSXNG Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Bums, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg Jf Site imcs-Sgctaftl. nravlly nml from wclla for mimtv ling, incnsuro tlio discharge of such springs as nro contemplated within reach and estimate tho cost of construction for city water works. They aro also to survey out tho most practical and fcasiblo sow erngo system both gravity and dump and soptic tankshow main lines of mains for be th Hystcms and gather such ot'iur informa tion as is necessary for a com plete system with cost to tho city. Theso two civil engineers have been with C. B. McConncll for somotimo in his preliminary work on tho Silver creek and Silvies Valley irrigation projects nnd aro capablo men. Whilo they a...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 August 1911

B , imes- Jlerald. niK i.ahokst cniauLATioN or IY NKWSrAI'KH IN T11I8 COUNTS. SATURDAY AIMW8T . II II Local News. ito woolens in Scotch Tweeds chenk Bros. Bu will near tno woou saw itle September the 1st. B. Hoffoditz was in the first e week on land business. Bv fresh groceries just rc pd nt Hagey & Richardson's. Mm Back was down from his farm yesterday with Jersey ur. rcsh supply of groceries m- Jng lard, bacon hams etc. lagcy & Kicnaruson's. F. McKinnoy has been con to his home for several days li a lame uacK. lie is nil iring slowly. nil and see the late arrivals press goods, shoes, ties, furn- igs etc. at Hagoy & Rich- pon. Iiil Smith loft this week with 300 head of cattle for the road which howiil ship to the tland market. lough and dressed lumber of Ekinds now on hand at the liams Bros. Saw Mill. Hough lber$15 per thousand. lisses' Drusa Dodson and Mar- Cummins are home from a enjoyable visit to Mr. and Geo. A. Smyth nt Diamond. py may Have caugnt some nsir . this ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 August 1911

jilBJMLBlaJWiUWi'iiuii'i-U' . i OREOON WILL EXHIBIT. Concluded from page 1 NOTICD OP APPOINTMDNTOP UMJCUTOKS. tho atato oxhibit on reaHon ftblo tonus, but ifc is tho lo eiro of tho longuo oHlccrs for tins Btivtc that tlio uosr pos siblo oxhibit bo inailo in tho name of tho statu that ns it is from mich an exhibit that results aro to bo ob taiuen. Tho eovon Htatos which nro to bo thus ropresontcd are Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, North and South Dakota and Minnesota. No other statos will have exhi bits and Canadian exhibits will bo barred, tho whole idea of tho show being "an expo sition by the eovon states for tho benoflt of the sovou sta tes alone." Oregon ollleers of tho Lon guo aro C. C. Chapman of Portland aud William Hun ley of Burns. Inquiries a bout tho Oregon exhibit bo address to diem while in formation about tho show and spaco therein should bo addressed to Will A Camp boll, St. Paul, Minn. Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chaniberlinii's Colic, Cholera...

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 — 2 September 1911

2 3 Ipittje 9(ve 1.tie3tteriK Tho Olticlal Vnpor of Itnrnoj County lifts tho lnrgtut circulation nd ll otiti of ho boat lulvcrttstiiR in cd In iris In KAitbrn Oregon. le ffircnl Xinrticij Ctotnnrjj Covers an nroa of 0,428, HOO mir. ol lnnili4,0.11,uSl Bcrcn yet vncant nliifci to entry uniliT tho public Innit hw,h' tho United HI a ten. VOL. XXIV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 2, ii)ll NO 42. tre - She iOD THINGS COMING live Railroad Work is in Progress Over at Vale the Report PITAL IS LOOKING THIS WAY ipects Bright for Rapid Development in The -Big Inrncy Country -Our Great Natural Resources arc Attracting: the Attention of Outside Capitalists. ormntion received this indicates that active rail- jwork has begun at Vale but lot progressed for enough to r whether it is merely local or her the actual cxtention of le west to Harney valley is bmplated this fall or not. Tho , there is preparatory to such ption but whether it will go. zr than this preparation at ime is not certain. ...

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 — 2 September 1911

tff W ilHj I . .i4MAiv-k..'uvaji. . BONA FIDE MIDSUMMER SALE 25 per cent off Men's id Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Hoy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg. IJ Freah supply of groceries in- DI1VI21.0PMBNT chulliiK lard, bacon limns olc. ' at Hnjjey & Uiclmnlson's. LBAQUH AiRliTINO. Preparation Hclnj Mndc (or llljfjtcul livenl In IIIMnry of Central Oregon, President Miller of the Huron Coinmcrciul Club lias appointed events ever occurlng in this vnl-'u general coinmitteo of arrantfe- Virginia Vnllcy Vnpcrn. One of the pleasantest social ey was held nl the homo of Mr, Dnnl Qitieson, Wednesday, Aujr. munis for tho coming meeting of tho Centrnl Oregon Development 2,1. That being thf occasion of .Lcaguo to bo hold in this city hfs GOlli birthday, Ins good wife fair week. The coinmitteo con invited all the neighbors to u s...

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 — 2 September 1911

iiimBil'iRMUII'.'WW wmem ,. 1910 lTt uf dcliiiiiuetit tnxci i it in purMtancc of nn l.cuijlivtufe, WllKIl i jptcr -'75 of the OP TIIU 1911 SESSION. Rip fnllclultlL ndvcrliscd Irninc delinquent on April luliicct l penalty oi f interest nl the rntc ol Lnntium until tlicv shall tlie explrntlon of six trttca clmrKcii nutilnst Utiu petty arc delinquent thorucd. upon tlcniiiml nViiii? nmilicntlon, to i- ertilicrtte of delinquency the tnxes, p-nnlty, in- of adcrtisni(?' delinquency slum ucnr date of issuance until ,rntc of 13 per cent per f 1-. h it ntnir h u Hilar, mjc Kth, range !Ui, o w in -10 r 7 SO hi wtttinr n c quiu sec 20, tOURO ill 0, w I", ;iu I 1 1 I, s o quar 8 o utinr, lots Own '.'5 soum, range o- c, I (1 IV. I ... ......... , ....'"." D8 ii i B ono Jin - i'"' isoiith range Jl o, v. m. I, H o quar sec in, lumi i ". . ,.) I east, w in, lou acres n ai A, Unriie, lots 7, 8, mul iw karctt, a half n o quar 8 o , n o uuar 8 w qunr sec 1, : riinirn 35. 100 acres ll 00 half n wquar, l...

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 — 2 September 1911

33 pgm gg rZ Mt,rM.vrtn. SOacrea. ' 1M 11 Mill. 1. V, n bill o uur w quar, too J I IiiMi, tSl. w m. SO ncrea. I ltairla, O E, u hall vr quar n o iir, nee a t Ma. t M. w m. 20 Terra. I' llaTca,fhot, n ualfavriiuarn v, 'I""' .?, In M a, r 82 e, vr m. u cr. llandertan, Id U, hlt, o uuar v, aarllitriMa. mi. w m. SO terra. 111 lunr, IK Harlan, L'hM 11, hll ii w iur n o quar, w IB. in so . t at e, w m. .-u ncrva. 11(11. quuicr L, a half, a w quar n wqear, 1.1, ip it a, r 31 , w m so nrroi. lugflni, K O, n hlf, n w qur w quar, I tttB 1 a win 'JUtirna IP III MV llll lUraj, I, D,n nailneqnaru o iimr, m- i.. In s. rWo. win SOacrea. I" llarlaud, a II. hull i w quar a w quar. tec 1 tpMt.rMo, wm.soaerea, ' ' House, MnM a, hlluwiiurii v, qua". 17, lp So , r S2 , w in. SO arret. I ' llara, T. a half u miliar ii w quar, a oil. ll a, rwe, w ni.svacrei. I"'1 Hog, M (I, n halt aequarae quar, aw I" li st a, r Si . w m. SO acrea I ' Ilaurt, J.), nhalf n equar u quar.aci a , 1 1 So a, r SI e, w m. SO act...

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 — 2 September 1911

a n; rmUMtKt.W-- WMNGm&IEmmm is-JJerald. KtKST CinOULATION Or M'KUINTHIBUOUNTV. . Sr'I'TKMIlMl J,lll inl News. Ins In Scotch Tweeds 33. Rhcnr tlic wood saw ember the 1st. yes was up irom at of this week. Pure bred Jersey :irs old. Inquiro at BnbbidRC of the church will preach amorrow. pee tne late arrivals ids, shoes, ties, furn- at HuRoy & ttich- Harris is in from take up his duties of the public school dressed lumber of aw on nana ai tne ps. saw Aim. Hough per thousand. l?fpil rntilrni(l vnaN tan extended visit to br, Mrs. Clias. .lohn- tland. ch Hotel under the of Li. B. Culp has reputation for real Kood service. piith and wifo are their acation trip to Springs. 'They ro- the Times-Herald man if huckleberries. liens mill is the ttoar- kums where all kinds loth roiiijh and dress- had. Near Canyon him by 'phone for $5,000.00 of additional depositors' securi ty was added by the Directors of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at their regular meeting on July 22ml 1911, at ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 2 September 1911

f " hi r 1 1 1 -,.'i a r 1 , 11 MIV L I i (Continued from page four) n W quor, sec 10, tp 35 s, r 33 o, w m. 20 acres $1 03 Show, E L, a half s o qmir a o quar, sec 20, tp 35 s, r 33 tw in. "0 acres 1 03 Smith, Henry. n half n w quar n o quarisec 33,tp 35 8,r 33 e.w m. 20 acres l 03 Soward.Gco O.n linlf n o quar s o quar, bcc 27, tp 35 s. r 33 c. w m. 20 acres ' 0? Show.E L, s half s w quar n w quar. sec 21. tp 35 s.r 33 o, w m. 20 acres ' 0- Shields, J C, b half n wquar s w quar. sec 21. tn 35 s. r M o, w m. 20 ncres Spcchtwelk.E J, s half quar s o quar, sec 21 .tp 35 33 c, w m. 20 ncres 10:t n o H, I" t03 Smith, Leonard A. so quar .HOC 21. tD 35 s.r 34 o.w m. 1(50 acres 2 10 Steinbrcner, Geo It, n half s o quar s o quar. sec 21 ,tp 3fJ s, r 32 e, w in. 20 ncres 1 03 Schicklunn.G J.n half s o quar so quar, sec 23, tp 36J s, r 32 o, w m. 20 acres I 0.1 Strong, JB.n half n w quar s o qaar, sec 21), tp 35 J a. r 32 e, w in. 20 acres 1 03 Spurrier, N B. n half s wquai n o quar. sec 35,...

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 — 9 September 1911

r$y&mit.z!J&- MMMM flrivc &tiues-tcrnl& Tim Olllclnl 1'npor of llnrnoj County lias tlio larost circulation niul lionuot ho bent mlvortialtiK miMllums In Knalern Oregon. 1L (Steal 3-lnrtic) Country Covers nn nrcn ol 0,428,800 arm ol IbiiiIi 4,0.11,051 acres yet vacant mli'ii-cl In entry under the public land ol tbo U nl til Hlatcn. ' i ii - L. XXIV BUitNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, 011EG0N, SEPTEMBER 0, 11)11 NO 43. i She i i ii - v .. BITS BOOST STATE wter Train Load to go East With p Products of the Northwest NEY COUNTY TO TAKE PART jmmcrcinl Club and Fair Association Active in lerinir Products for Harney County Fair and er Ship out to Advertiso us on Eastern Tour. Mowing from the Port irnnl is timely niul lias a interest to the people fcy county. The FhirAs- land the Burns Commor rnre using every effort to rney county well repru- tho scheme to ndvertisc by exhibiting our pro- land shows and on rail- tier first has a chance ate for premiums at the bir, then such exhibits as b...

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 — 9 September 1911

I W' H" "if ? 1 'b : : ! 'J ! $ i ;i V 'J . ' ft ma i i (K.J if' r ;- j I i I ft 2 fr! BONA FIDE MIDSUMER SALE 25 per cent off Hen's and Boy's Summer Suits 15 per cent off on Coy's Wash Suits 15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED CLEANING AND PRESSING Schenk Brothers l Merchant Tailors and Outfitters UUI1IO) 'IWgjVH, -. . .... ,-, .. Vv ALWAYS TWO Sll)l!S TO A STORY portion of tlio hUUo niul n con certed move will bo mnuu on thei (Continued from patrol.) ment to enrry tho mail between Austin niul l'rnirlo City, nt tho same rntes per milo over tho rail road between linker and AubIIh, but the 1'oslnl Dcpt. says: "Wo cannot pay inoro tlian tho maxi mum fixed by Const-ess". Such being tho caao wo niv under tho necessity of carry ii is tills mail at less than BO percent of tho pro per figure or dcclino to carry it at nil for tho government. Further if Tho Times-Herald will ascertain tho amountH paid for carrying tho mail over tho several routes ent...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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