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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 September 1911

f JP.V ies-JIerald; JVR0K8T OtltOULATION or rArxn in this county. UY.RKlTKMnKllSO lU ocal News. the weather man ...a mm opo Sd. blens in Scotch Tweeds ,Bros. r Saturday, to Mr r, a son. t see the late arrivals oods, shoes, ties, furn .c at Hagey & Rich- drinn camo over from icar Denio the first of and will remain until air. nd dressed lumber of now on hand at the Iros. Saw Mill. Hough per thousand. Temple of Morion, lephew of A. W. Hurl ro on a visit. vinners at the Fair A Scotty B Bill C 7" nch Hotel under the ntofL. B. Culp lias d reputation for real ill ctiwI enrviif n ESI. ..,! CaiiIIiN lllld. liUttaill kJUUHI- i little son have been their Bear valley home visiting at the home week and family. amens mill is the near Bums where-all kinds both rough and dress e had. Near Canyon ill him by 'phone for TH. vi ayes was operated on (arsden & GrillUh last fternoon for appendici 8 at the Hill home in and recovering very fly. of hay for sale at $5 all is taken. This in sture and p...

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 — 30 September 1911

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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 October 1911

SSEsps :. tfPtyfa, trWf-' Wjim SE FAIR WEEK EXTRA. NO. 1. BURNS, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS VKmm'M jjpr mtmlL V THE CENTRAL OREGON DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE Burns and Harney County Ex tend You a Hearty Welcome "O-R-E-G-0-N U-N-I-T-E-I) OREGON UNITED HIP, HIP, HURRAH!" "WHAT'S OUR SLATE? BUILD OUR STATE! BUILD OUR STATE! THAT'S OUR SLATE! BURNS HOT STUFF! ' C. C. CHAPMAN, Tho "All Oregon Booster." Thus tho big Portland delega tion greeted the cheering people of Burns at 2:30 this afternoon as the dozen autos stopped be fore tho accommodation head quarters. They were led by C. C. Chapman, the "All Oregon Booster." A very heavy rain storm yes terday afternoon prevented tho several cars from Portland and other western points reaching Burns on time, therefore there has been no formal meeting of tho Development League. In tho absenco of C. C. Chapman and president Hanley no program had been arranged up to threo o'clock. Lakeview is here in force, be THE FRENCH HOTEL...

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 October 1911

ra fc FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES We arc going to have SPECIAL SALES all during FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times Herald Daily each evening for the announcement of the following day. You will be interested TUESDAY'S SPECIAL BANDED and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, COLLARS and TIES Reduced for Tomorrow Only Everything to Wear for People Who .Care. SCHENK & WILLIAM Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg LOCAL OVERFLOW. CLEANING AND PRESSING V. JJ Mrs. C. E. Beery is reported quite sick. OUR NEW FALL STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS HERE. THE BUSY CORNER STORE. If you know what "Coopers Underwear" is we can sell you your underwear few stores out side of tho largo city stores carry "Cooper's underwear" but you can find it at Brown's Satis factory Store. OUR NEW FALL STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS HERE. THE BUSY CORNER STORE. T. A. Rinchart, state land agent, arreved yesterday in company with the Lakeview dele gation. He is Gov, West's per sonal renresentative at the league the Governor be...

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 October 1911

V. v. v ' -. u.. . '- HOW'S THIS FOR DRY FARMING? e Burns Flour Milling Co. Makers of the 'Famous Burns Flour1' and lJmr'i:' V I Lb 'J: JUL , i&wMwmwwmm, , jll it CREMO" BREAKFAST FOOD Always for the development of Central Oregon and Har ney County. rftcoBsssssaccssiss. A patch of Potatoes growing on Hon. I. S. fleer's dry farm near Hums. knecking: the knocker. C. C. lUmnnur. The Knocker li it fuller With A hummer In uueh hand , Ainl when thiniti start a mutiny Ho knock to heat the. baud. When peoplo txiino n looking To lunko tiotiK't ulthln otirvalloy ; Thin knocker miru will find tliutn And tall, tliu crom they will not rally. Ami frolH, come no Into In tlm ring It cntchen til" fruit unit overythlm;: Tim (;ralii yuu mirvly cannot rnlno Anil tliu Iiiiul nloiic in lit trujrimi. II biifliU'dn In our town littM tnkn, Hit nle till itiltlcu; you'll minOy break; 1'or unry linn ! over tlono Kohl ii)i your liliuikctH nnd htipmo. In uvcry plitco thl gay old knocktir, KnockH nt progressi...

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 October 1911

n - - ' r Ti , i v Development of Central Oregon's Resources is the one great Purposo of the Cen tral Oregon Development Leaguo. THE BEST WAY to develop your resources is to place your finan cial affairs on a business basis by depositing in our institution and checking upon us in settle ment of j'our obligations. Get the habit. It's a good one. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Caoital and Surolus $80,000.00 United States Depositary Accounts Invited LOCAL AND PERSONAL 4 'No locks on our doors, walk in." James Mahon is busy with the boosters. Fresh Candies at the Burns Department Store. Geo. Byram came over from Bear Valley yesterday. New clothing for men and boys at Brown's Satisfactory Store. Judge Thompson is on hand to assist in making the Develop ment league go. We claim no responsibility for this weather. It wasn't ordered but we have to take it. Geo. W. Hayes is one of the Vale delegation and is greeting eld friends in this city. J. H. Neal came in last night. Here with th...

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 — 3 October 1911

waaawws vw jjsv " ; wSir: US2S1SSS? IBnHOT vmt,qi-rj .-."-? .rt" w . f4j A . ffS-M ffc rf ,k , f '. imis- FAIR WEEK EXTRA. NO. 2. BURNS, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS Jpe Memld. Jf Ha h ! T w. f.- u , m- - - EXPERIMENT STATIONS For Interior Oregon Assured $10,000 For This Purpose Guaranteed Until State Legislature Meets News From the Sessions people of this this section at not being able to participate in the meetings and sent word he would be "with us in spirit." Mr. Hanley gave his hearers a "canned speech" -reading from manuscript. It was full of meat TIiq evening session was full of interest and was largely attend ed. The first number was n big chorus which was well received. This number was under the di rection of Mrs. McIIoae and was creditably rendered. The voices were: Mcsdames Fane, J. L. Gault, Simon Frieman, C. II. Leonard, V. A. Gowan, Irving Miller, W. Y. King, H. W. Mo Hose, Misses Louol Smith and Myra King. Messrs. D. Potter, Ora Hill, Juli...

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 October 1911

e, FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES We are going to have SPECIAL SALES all during FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times Herald Daily each evening for the announcement of the following dag. You will be interested WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, SWEATER-COATS. Reduced for Tomorrow Only Eerythiog to Wear for People Wha Care. SCBENK & WILLIAM Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg CLEANING AND PRESSING Vs y EXPERIMENT STATIONS (Continued from page 1) tional Bank, "Banks, Bankers and Development," 0. C. Loiter of the Oregonian, ! "Country Newspaper Publicity and country Correspondents." D. 0. Lively, of the Union Stock Yards, "Hogs. More of Them." The Times-Herald will devote space to all these subjects later in the week as it hasn'tspaco to day. . At the noon luncheon a most bc tweis-fGUrafiL ed the league delegates to tho court house. Tho Times-Herald has not space to give tho afternoon pro gram. Marshall N. Dana, of the Port land Journal, at this afterno...

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 October 1911

.,7 r'-ft.V"--''"' iBBfPpEpjjS "tfniwr lUtoft.., r"l'.-j r.rr- - -''-'' .-" ' " I I, ' i If . . J r :tu -- '!- ?!. lifgiUfafysi PHIL S. BATES, Publisher Pacific Northwest The Good Roads Boost r and Loyal Oregon inn HOUR NEW FALL STOCK OF Dr. T. L. Harrison and Henry DRY GOODS IS HERE. THE Welcome arc among those from BUSY CORNER STORE. Drewsey taking in the sights. the whole- magnificent specimens of horse a flesh and are a credit to Harney , county. Mr. Robert Scitlemeier has a siring of studs that is worthy of special mention, this string con sists of five imported prize win-, norland stand the owner $15,000. They consist of an English Shire, ' weight 2100, this horse has just, taken a first and second and grand championship at the Portland horse show. His beautiful Eng lish Hackney is a fine all around horse, he shows speed and body and is a suitable horse for all purposes. The Belgian 3 year old weighing 2000 lbs is one of the finest Belgian horses ever brought" into Oregon. A F...

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 October 1911

'A .u ls m - V Interests are both keeping close tab on CENTRAL ORECOiv AreyoukeepingcloBO tab on your business affairs? THE BEST WAY to keep a close tab on your business affairs is to carry a cheeking account with our institution. Deposit your receipts and pay your bills by check. Tour cancelled checks nro undisputablo evidence of the accounts thus paid. It's good business. Try it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Caoital and Surplus 380,000.00 United States Depositary Accounts Invited LOCAL AND PERSONAL All aboard for the fair grounds. Fresh Candies at the Burns Department Store. New clothing for men and boys at Brown's Satisfactory Store. A wild mule ride is going to be a feature at the fair tomorrow or grange day. Come to the Burns hotel and get some coffee like your mother used to make. Mr. T. M. Baldwin, of Prine ville, Grand Master of the A. F. & A. M. for the state of Oregon, arrived in town yesterday. He will remain over Wednesday and visit the local lodge Wednes da...

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 October 1911

VT",,f ' r -TyVi'n IP r- .'- .;v V.'f' i -r , f;.a j J kVT,t , ,j "'''V" i U fr W ' V iT v C!?wrrjj"!tfv as rJj FAIR WEEK EXTRA. NO. 3. BURNS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS j",V. -"i JiwM Sr -yrr fr-j "- I?. BV ,tf .' , jt - wv -. '( IT WAS i Development League Meeting Comes to a Close Last Evening c, -ji,. ARE GOING TO Tlio Times-Herald wishes to congratulate the people of Burns for the success of the league mootinir. Every visitor had noth- ing but praise for the hospitality of our little city and great credit is duo to the various committees j in charge. We would like to give individual nraiso but wouldn't, know where to stop. The boosters turned school boys for a time yesterday afternoon I ...I 4l,w ;,.:.,n,l fl,n i.noairin I of the public Bchool at Schwartz's corner and gallantly marched down main street, apparantly as -. . HARVESTING SCENE NEAR BURNS. Combine nt Work on Bill tMther. Ho said that his orchard telling the truths about our coun happy ...

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 October 1911

5K .vfl i e, FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES We arc going to have SPECIAL SALES all during FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times Herald Dai I g each evening lor the announcement of the following dag. You will be interested THURSDAY'S SPECSAL Handkerchiefs, Soxs, Mufflers, Belts Jewelery Reduced for Tomorrow Only Everything to Wear for People Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAMS Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg AT THE FAIP. CLEANING AND PRESSING " J As there was no place largo enough to nccommodnto the crowd yesterday that all .miglit attend jthe Development League meet ing the ovcrilow wont to the fair .grounds and had a very interest ing time. There were two horso races and Messrs Jones and Whitney did some expert riding, bull-dogging a steer rode a wild bull and other such stunts. This afternoon they have three i running races including the In dian pony race, a harness race i for two-year-olds and three cow boy events. Now that the Development boosters are thro...

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 October 1911

W . A Burns Flour Milling Co. Makers of the 'Famous Burns Flour and "CREMO" BREAKFAST FOOD Always for the development of Central Oregon and Har ney County. ij j " ita DISPLAY OF 1IAKNEY COUNTY FKl'IT. ajAiwwiMii,mifrn'L'ftfiTifja (10 WAY PROM IIOMI" TO (1IT NIWS TJio following appears in tho Vnl "Enterprise that arrived liore last night. Tho Times Ileiald is informed by tho local school board that there has been no con tract lot for our school buildinjf : Contractors Jlnyles & McDon ald, of this city, wore the suc cessful bidders for tho construc tion of tho new hchool building to bo elected at Hums. Their bid was $27,800. The building is to bo completed by September 1, 1912, and Messrs. Hayles and Mc Donald nnd a number of local carpenters will leave for Hums in a few days to take up their work. There were twelve bid ders. The Hums school will be two stories and a full basement. Tho basement will contain the manual training nnd domestic science departments, girls and boys' lunc...

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 October 1911

m ., , ftiNt.nmE.Mlf ff.imwttnw 1 t '!& iff Weather banks are found everwhere. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON Has proven to be a good bank in all kinds of weather. THE BEST WAY to provide against a possible "rainy day" is to bank the funds with a safe banking institution. Every dollar of the capital of this bank is re-in-forced by $2.20 of earned surplus, thus afford ing our depositors au unusual degree of safety. Capital : : $25,000.00 Surplus : : $55,000.00 United States Depositary Accounts Invited LOCAL AND PERSONAL The latest Fall Coats for ladies' at Brown's Satisfactory Store. ' The stock parado will take pMace at the fair grounds Friday afternoon. Don't fail to see V. T. Smith about those little farm pump en ginesand big ones too. i iBig featuro attractions at the tUgo tomorrow night Lassoing Wild Animals in Africa. This is the cry, "When you I can't find it any where else in town, go to the Burns Depart ment Storr. they carry cvery- I thing under the sun and seldo...

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 — 5 October 1911

"an 4'. fc- i, 'ii.' ; ' w Skimes- , ic3 "FAIR WEEK EXTRA. NO. 4. BURNS, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5, 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS s ""'ym SEtt"5 f". r ( ft m; ml, 5 W&. ' '' IS'. " ' Bsii -it fit. ' ttw. AROUND THE PAVILION m ' , . TWO Exceptionally hibitsArt DANDY INDIVIDUAL DISPLAYS The Drewsey exhibit (at the right of the entrance door at the pavillion) is n dandy. They raise ovorything over thoro to tickle 1. ..r,l..l,. f tlw mncf iirnnninicmt mu jiuuiiiiu, ,...,.........- - --- . -.-. vegctcrian, '1' f't 1 best results from the horses, .cat- tie, hogs, hens and hominy. Their ginnt squashes nnd pump kins are of finest variety and un der skillful handling are capable of making many of the old fash ioned pies such as mother used to make. e. They have every kind of vegc-, blc imaginable, such as onions, 4Un """'ririrrrnirrr : lomuuiuawiacvciui vuiiucB. win, carrots, potatoes. ..l . lt,r.fv fnWliWiftti ennrtia ncmnmnllv fwlnlltpn trip , ..,....,., Another View in Chas. Wilson'...

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 — 5 October 1911

e, FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES We are going to have SPECIAL SALES all during FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times Herald Daily each evening for the announcement of the following day. You will be interested THURSDAY'S SPECIAL Handkerchiefs, Soxs, Mufflers, Belts Jewelery Reduced for Tomorrow Only Everything to Wear for People Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAM Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg CLEANING AND PRESSING Vv 4 laMHiannMnMHMBHMiaanMBBaMMHBaMnniHHBaBaHnBnHHBnBMi AN IDEAL AUTO TRIP Ihc $imcs-$tafd.' 'GRANDMA" CALDWELL. .MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1911 JULIAN lYltl Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barker ar rived in this city this morning in a Reo solid tiro truck en l-outo to their homo in Coos Bay. They left Strathnm, Now Hampshire on August 10 and arc making the trip the entire distance in the ma chine. It is comfortably ar ranged with all the necessaries and they are enjoying the exper ience immensely. So fnr the machine- has caused them very little trouble or expense in...

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 — 5 October 1911

fflsfm U-- m$ftt$ few mm $ fer Where the Famous Burns Flour is Made, The Fair Grounds V Some Snappy and Interesting Hems From the Inhibits. ! Mr. S. Whitinj? has -barley on exhibition that threshed 114 bushels to the acre Hows that' A man from another part of the county said he had a better seed but only threshed 70 bushels to the acres Nothing with the I latter, lots of places would think I it was a great yield it they got 1 50 bushels. Grand Master' Baldwin of the ! Masonic fraternity visited the I local lodge lasl night and was i 1 greeted by a large attendance of j I local and visiting members. I There was woik in the first de-j giee and the Grand Master com plimented the members on thej work. After the close of lodge I Mr. Baldwin and Mr. W. F. King of Prineville started for Bend in . colt I tn0'r autu to k Prcsent at tne ' colouration mere louay. non. ; A. I. Johnson of Corvallis ac companied them out and will pro ceed from Bend to his home. OUR NEW FALL STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS ...

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 — 5 October 1911

msssm '! 'fj ;f $5,000.00 of additional dcoositors' securi ty was added by the Directors of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON at their regular meeting on October 4th, 1911, at which time the Surplus t Fund of the Bank was increased from $55,000.00 to $60,000.00 EVERY of the capital of this bank is now re-inforced by $2.40 of earned Surplus thus affording our depositors an unusual degree of safety Capital : : $25,000.00 Surplus : : $60,000.00 United States Depositary Oregon State Depositary Accounts Invited The latest Fall Coats for ladies' at Brown's Satisfactory Store. Jeff Cftwl field is over from the ranch and informed The Times Herald that Mrs. Cawlfleld and the children are living in Boise this winter. The people of Harney county should feel proud of the many flattering remarks by outside I people who have visited the pa- vilion. They express surprise at the fine display. 1 CLOTHING SALE AT THE BUSY. CORNER STORE. I The Times-Herald's new office building is rapidly assuming...

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 — 6 October 1911

, f f-w"V '" ..'4" , r-y "(.. ' m; Whms- "1 ' 'fair:week EXTRA. NO. 5. BURNS, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER G, 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS Memld Ml & - FAIR PRIZES The Stock Awardes Com- plctcd-Judges Still at Work Late This Afternoon. Tho judges begun passing on the exhibits this morning. The live stock nwnrds had boon com. pleted ui to noon but tho judges were still ' busy in tho pavilion , this afternoon and up to a lato hour tho awards had not been1 comploted. Tho judges of the stock were C. D. Iluirman and A. Egli. In tho pavilion P. C. demons, Lcroy Breithaupt and II. F. Huntley. There were somo very close competitors in tho live stock and several times Supt. Wilson had Pair mares or geldings Thos. McCormick, first. Wm. Stewart, second. Maro or gelding two years Wm. Stewart, first. DRAFT Clyde Stalliori-Robt. Settlo myro first Shiro Stallion Robt. Settlc myrc first. Hackney Stnllion Robt. Sct tlemyre first. ROADSTERS Team-Wm. Stewart first, C. S. Johnson second. THE CHURCH AND...

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

tw "" WB '4 J 'l a ; V FAIR WEEK SPECIAL SALES We arc going to have SPECIAL SALES all during FAIR WEEK. Watch our space in The Times Herald Daily each evening for the announcement of the following day. You will be interested THURSDAY'S SPECIAL " Handkerchiefs, Soxs, Mufflers, Belts Jewelery Reduced for Tomorrow Only Eerjthing to Wear for People Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAMS Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg CLEANING AND PRESSING vv Because she stands for the high idenls; Because she stands fori hightcst educational advance- j ment, and lastly because she is J the only source of enlightmont ! Boost her cause and boost your-, self, your country and your God. Come to the Burns hotel and , get some coffee like your mother used to make. The Times-Hernld has just I been informed that Mrs. Wal lace, mother of Mrs. M. Fen-1 wick, died at her home in Spring field this week. She was 80 1 years old. I Miss Joisa Miller has been spending the week with friends in ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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