ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Times-Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,279 items from Times-Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,279 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 October 1911

mtMgaBamBmammmm WHSRI qmmmmmeaa H? WP-w w Tjt --. -S J" 4 SEMI I Burns Flour Milling Co. Makers of the 'Famous Burns Flour9 and "CREMO" BREAKFAST FOOD Always for the development of Central Oregon and Har ney County. ' H l I1 .. An Ii-rignting Cnnal on the William Hanley Co. Holdings " Hlitzen Valley. FAIR PRIZES. (Continued from pane 1.) 1'AK.MI.KS ORGANIZE. first; Kalph A meeting was held at Locher's i Hull last night for the purpose of Hiblmrt', I organizing a Harney County Farmers Co-operative Associa tion. Mr. Ureithaupt, Superinten dent of the Experimental Station He said in part: "This meeting is called to bring the farmers of Harney County and the Experi mental Station in closer touch with each other. I am here to help you and in return I want you to help me. "Sub-stations will be located and this organization will have 11. ' some influence in securing these E. stations." Varien, second. Alfalfa, first crop-L. E. Hib- bard, first; C. S. Johnson, second. Alfalfa, second crop 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 — 6 October 1911

"tt'h ipi'wu iwipwpiM afcgyr1 rn mif li Kf tf tft THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON CAPITAL 1 SURPLUS 85.000.OO United States Depositary Oregon State Depositary Accounts Invited Supt. Gilerest is in tlitcity. The latest Full Coats for ladies' at Brown's Satisfactory Store. Alva Springer ami wife are in the city from their home at the lakes. OUR NEW FALL STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS HERE. THE BUSY CORNER STORE. M. S.'Davies, one of - our ener getic sheepmen and land owners, is in the city. He has just re turned from the John Day sec tion in company with I. C. Large ! of whom he purchased some bucks. Airs. Millar has a fine lot of fall and wintor millinery on dis play which the ladies should call and sec at once. A. O.IFaulknor and his brother ' Charles, who is here from Lake j view with his family, have gone over to the V ranch on a fishing (tour. Airs. Faulkner and lier mother, Mrs. Snelling are guests 1 nt the home of the Faulkners in 'this city. ' j CLOTHING SALE AT THE,' BUSY CORNER...

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 — 7 October 1911

it a ,-,''.- j u3tcrnl& h.e 5rent aWnrtictj Couinrij Covcra an nrcn of 0,428,800 hum ol land. 4,0.1 1, 'JM ncrcs yet vacant tnhit'Ct to ontry under tho public land laws ol the United States. W'SMWlf APur o( llurmij County km JfcS5SJelrcHlfttloii nd In ono of Im hA mimMng medlumi In Kaslorn 'Txy"tJ.5r.F L. XXIV IJUIIN3, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 7, iflll NO 47. ti 2t ' Hlf ) i . mm utH" ioiimmSL to arWkm Tuesday Night '" 'SB liim lnwm ilea to. ittetirt BuriiH nwecM of Icairuo i Every vWird notli- miae for tiwlMwpltnlity 1 city Mid credit th ractaia); imiltccs . WewowW to r'ivo 1 pmt wouldn't aa k atttuft .j. "" y'iP jh a Mvtrwta' atr, fUrnoen putlvp roads id condition WMfdeluyod ntlona tnmf&Si west, ot "cold f3$JaH com lying ooloMkWlio bad vtntad. thilMl party moUitr tlwiiop from Thto Q disap- L but it 4r1et inter- hoiim of the fije't work upliabed feiptm an or- vera 48 in tlJRprtlnnd j, 18 froniSikovicw. re th krtiitrepresc!i Klamath Mil Bend, . HUlmiut, iPrinevillc, "...

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 — 7 October 1911

3 i . -.n MMaUBBVWMMWWl a FAIR WEEK IS OYER " But not our Special Sales -Here are some new arrivals Overcoats, Mack-naws, Hats, Win ter Caps Hunting Coats, Trousers. focr) thing lo m for People 'l Care. SCBENK & WILLIAM Merchant Tailors and Outfitters Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows 8ldg CLEANING AND VjVBaMMWKMMMiili BBilMNI PRESSING . J PCRCHEUOM Stallion Scttlemyro first. G. Thompson second. JACKS Alex Ilanloy first Mnro and mule colt, W. M. Stewart, first; C. T. Albritlon, second. SllORTHOUN. M. L. Lewis, first on cow and yearling bull. KKl) l'OI.LKD. H. Dixon, 1st on bull. Dan Varien, first yearling. H. Dixon, first cow. Win. Ilanloy bad a herd of Hcrofords, the only ones on ex hibit and Dr. L. E. Hibbard's henl of J. rseys had no competi tion. Ed. Goodman had a pen of merino sheep. Dr. Hibbard's Yorkshire and Wm.Hanley's Jersey Reds wore the only hogs. Tim noultrv nens consist or A. Ban-on, second. Hromes Henry JenniiiRS, first. Red top J. H. Anderson, first. Specials-Hullcss ba...

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 — 7 October 1911

Jack Darst is in the city, Darst is in llv TrauT irald ,Atjon or County, flMIMk tmrnm :h Tweeds wife tiro UO, to Williams, a dies' Aid BnbbidRO It 3 o'clock m$ arrival! lies, 'furn- & Rich- lumber or tad at Hie Hough ml. v llUKllii mm nrn ntrintitr WVp. ..- ....w..r Jer.Bend to tro aggk-oad day. fits! under Die fjtffg. Culp ilH JKIta mmm rZtftttUtti UMlDn uJ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON CAPITAL 1 SURPLUS 000.00 7 ia .ilaii 13 13382 m Iiuh real United Slatea Depositary Orcyon Stale Depositary Accounts Invited n tor trvice. tDaly of tin .k wju ovir loin Alien in m from of this week Kallc" lwn low "W"- SSTuiin morning. Now fresh Rrocorios juhI GgSl SatulnvC.'vltIIU'y KiehnrclBon . the P OEM with his visiliniroul for a couple re- IdliJLQver from the term! The Times mCfiwlficld and nR in jJuiHe wyHUjis uie near iShcro all kinds flnEShand dress lflpNcar Canyon (mtuy 'phone for for sale at $i (lUKcn. 1 HIS 111 tliuwr privilege of lifwwnu.s. House, rails. Inquire at Winona wag...

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 — 7 October 1911

r i mii KNOCKINd TUB KNOCKER. 0. C. IUnmmiK. Tlio Knocker U a feller With n hammer in each ImiiiI ; Am! vrhon tilings etnrt hjiiovIiik Ha knocks to beat tlio band. When peopln como n looking To mako homes within ourviOlct ; This knocker anro will find them And toll, tlio crops they will not rally And frosts, como so lato In the spring It catches tho (ruit and every thing: Tlio grain you surely cannot rnieo And tho land alono Is lit to i;ra?o. It business In our town lioM tako, Ho gives this advice; you'll surelj break ; For overy lino is over dono Fold up your blankets and begone. In every place this gay old knocker, Knocks at progression with many a socker; When people como to view our vnllov . A crop ot knockers nro bihc to rally. There's way to knock that's good and truo; H'b knocking this knocker as ho would do; Wo need notknockin his way or maimer But wo'll bang his head with an cffeclivo hammer. When ho ems tho frosts will kill; by buck! Wo'll exhlbitourfrnit and garden truck:...

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 — 14 October 1911

J iiiic2lcrald Wt (Svtnl Unrticy Country Coven an nrcn of 0, -128,800 nciet ol lanili 4,031,001 ncrcB yet vacant Biibi-ct lo entry under tlio public land laws ol tlio United States. l (Mftelnl I'll nor of llnrnov Cuunlv hTj6Wgo8t clrctilntlon and lnonuol fcSjiSriSvprtliliiit iiioilliimn In Knnlorn bsv BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 14, 1911 NO 48. BHflVZl? XllXJSJttllf Slip mm WILD TO HARNEY Makes Definite Promise SctRailroadWill Come PEND FOR SHORT TIME fW . - . WifJiwt Loner Enough to Complete Plans CfMriruction of Line to Harney County llMrIntiniation of Invading California. BlP&'MriftWi 09 PPPWi eS3flth cheers ef central J. Hillnnd ffigjflpre3idt'n t fttwiiisthiB tnorn ttlSpto "driven (o icwilroad for kblinrko(l the ?3Smjrvvait Tor Unrtjis to oi)cn whlchlit is ca pa- way?" was asked smoothest quickly. "Thero aro several possible ways," Mr. Hill answered eva sively, "but wo built the OrcRon Trunk into central Oregon for the development of central Oregon. We built the 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 — 14 October 1911

I o1 2"iS' e Let us take your measure for a TAILOR MADE SUIT They are cheaper of you consider quality, iccaring and style. Come in and inspect our season able line of fabrics Eiwjthifl? to t for Peffc Cart SCHENK & WILLIAMS Only High Class Tailoring Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg. minute, such bulm water ud arte uttnor lw influential x Verdict m for of fcr as such disinfectant to contain m in redoctnjr the cost of hnnjr. ini JL c A,. solution. 1 pound of concentrated wiH be of the pfem substantial . S. jowl nrop-potatedialevwTtpsJ- this that constitute the na- hn KJiSj. lonsof water, j Uoa's defdence. "' W SrV RuleS as ameaded: An tree. I "Soawtimes I hear people kiapb v!lLrS. C plant, grafts, bods or scions what w talk about predean W. T. nfr" rinllJ jrrown in the state of Orejroo i iced enough for the northwest in Kf?-Accounting. wmm and offered for sale within the1 the great rgion known as inter- on f0"?- ,. w state, and all sues tree, plants, j ior Oreaen: bot the tiae is n...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 14 October 1911

jfcrald HSBSeOUNTY. HE.. , )15Bj)m)lutc(l A mmm HtftitiBMHi rtr."fflw mfiwm ESfiK 4ws !, AM9AJM SLadies at ore. SirkT.lO AH' liyouiiani tokis. K) or our it Bovornl tbo week. arrivals ilea, fum- '.Sfc O T!l. 01 U1CI1- ought in rows the tSfeoMrisclutrK- jKjKJiumber of JStkaml at the ffiffi houkIi H&yrwent nn MlqrTknd iu do tfSKWj&Grifflth IkHWpnder the j3JB&Cu1 lias utettwt for real $Sfc , mliijffitho ncar iwhwanll kinds irSnd dross- mmc Canyon W MMJ nt a labyKpnoiu1 lor ildfgfnew home 'finest business niani attracts ifJMNgMJjent. We t quarters I lySfoj&Bnlo at $5 ifSWK This in- an4fjrivilegc of trouniKtf House, roWSSInquire at tMS;nindc the fo455al Dank of BitKWco deparp- fcHIllliWlllli' urp(?' ' '$&?' 30 h " illjftgSulppcd. ex- intmPew t'rC8' 30lmiIgo. and is tMlintfirst class THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON CAPITAL SURPLUS 85.000.OO United Stales Depositary Oregon State Depositary cfiomnts Invited Dave Miller was in the city yes terday. Latest in Cloaks fo...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 14 October 1911

ff a p- llAVE A GREAT EA1PIRG. (Continued from pace 1.) and working in the fnco of ad verso report and comment they have attracted the attention of the nation's greatest interests. Confidence has followed inspec tion and investment has followed confidence until the world's lonjr railroad arms have beon out- i as high as 60 bushels of wheat to the acre and other good things in proportion. They have been holding grain production down, because they have no transporta tion, and to produce more than is locally needed increases cost of production and decreases per bushel prices in sales. But now that Hill says he will build to this Harney country, and that it was to get to Harney and William Hanley that lie started up me stretched to brinir nearer this long Deschutes canyon, nothing will has been called desert is alrcad. wcstwhen the railroad comes." known as valley. is what they call Harney county, A leap to Burns, 150 miles from Prineville without a mention of wayside incidents would bo...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 October 1911

'JaraaaK '' J "0t-.- 7 h 1llc Wren! 3-lnnicy omuru Covcra an tiicn ol 0,428,f00 Hcrr ol land. 4,631,051 acred yet vncant ouli-vt to entry under thu public land mtv ol tho United Matcn. VHiSPJ"!o'c'n,a Tho OHloHfl I'anorol Hnrnuj County Una tlloUrgutl cli dilution nml laono'ol v ho belt tulvorUaliiK niodltwiH In Knilorn BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORISON, OCTOHEK 21, 11)11 NO 49. XXIV v(U villi I vm j I fr 1 (Tl 1 I I I HIVE SKETCHED Davenport Plays the "Rube" oon Meeting Chamberlain HUMILIATING EXPERIENCE e Obliging by Catching His Monocle But When the Performance is era Hi .Mistake td at Frequent Intervals Character of Man. iiorncT i)Tomxitsjndictri ti,at showed great independence tamberlitin is1a most and self-confidence. Ho had the looking mahr The airof a man accustjmed to doing ruck mo most force- and saving whatovcr ho chose. saw him first, some He is a man of such marked in- ago, waa that the dividuality that it would have f Punch ,had to ex- been impossible for him not to features...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 October 1911

A now bank is to bo started in Let us take your measure for a TAILOR MADE SUIT They arc cheaper of you consider quality, wearing and style I colors rind irold. and all the issues' mfm-tlirtvniiininiiHr weeks in 1011 Ontario at once. It will bo a Come in and inspect our season able line of fabrics fterjlhing lo Vear for People Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAM Only High Class Tailoring Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg free from the time the subserin-' state bank with tion is received. Onlv $1.75 now, baton January 1, 1912, the pi ice will be advaced to $2.00. Tun Youth's Companion, 14 1 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. New Subscriptions Received at this Office. CLEANING AND PRESSING i ,waWMMWMWmWiW!W.l't WWI MWWMi l111 ghc (Timcs-Cutnftl 1 III. IAN 111 1111 Mam.cpi SATDKUW. OCTOBtR II, 1911 StTlWCKllTtON RATK8 Ono Ycr . Six Month Three Month .IOC VALLEY VIEW. The Bujinj; Power of SI 75 A little money sometimes buys a good deal. For instance, take the subscription price of The Youth's Companio...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 October 1911

ituw-Jferald iwrlciKi CIRCULATION (IK 'IMH.THIB COUNTY. rbClTOMSUSli mil iL'Mews. i H -ifWKi Jloaksjfor Ladies nt factory Store. Coleman was up Wlri08iliiy. ADIES' SHOES AT lORNERSTORR aH-Wlgfcrs 1ms pur tecandy tuid notion Aimwnow 1!J inch mSSTll nnd sco it patrons will llnd 'alircad on sale at rV (Moto'n.) k was in the city reports that ho fannim? all season. e thedato arrivals $BKoes, tics, fnrn atHaBoy & Kieh- Cleary, nn Ostoo rlenslreccntly from lasSecfdcd to locate forjpremhnns at r.islrcady for llioso izeflHSETCall on tin vT'THim. DiCooper arrived ayfafternoon from shoVhad been visit months. dressed lumber of vvon hand at the i:'Saw,Mill. ICoiiKh er thousand tho successful dry i the city this week. 6ver,,606 bushels of jytoii $s place tins THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON CAPITAL 1 SURPLUS 85.000.OO United States Depositary Oregon State Depositary AccoTPits Invited land W .N Rand has been here several days this 1 business. He was hotakinfr of testi iterauit pending i...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 October 1911

318,720; Linn 1,088,540; Malheur, 1,569,360; Marion, 633,312; Mor row, 32J.560; Multnomah, 187,- 940; Polk, 382,176; Tillamook, 376,000; Umatilla,930,S40; Union, 721,066; Wallowa, 1,971,360; Wasea, 531,472; WnshiiiRton 447,360; Whcolor, 271,200; Yarn hill, 360,448. Clay Clemens mill is the near est one to Burns whore all kinds of lumber both rough and dress ed can be had. Near Canyon road. Call him by 'phone for quick orders. INDUSTRIAL NOTGS. (Portland Correspondent) Tri-country development will bo tho object of a convention to bo held nt Arlington October 31 nnd tho morning of November 1. Delegates will attend from Mor row, Sherman and Gilliam coun ties and a special car of Portland business men and officials of tho Oregon Development League will go from Portland. At this con vention a Tri-Country Develop ment League will bo formed. Tho Oregon Conservation Com mission, through J. N. Teal, and tho Oregon Development League, represented by Secretary C. C. Chapman, have been actively...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 October 1911

(P 1Elt OSrcnt 3Hnruetj otmirj) Covers mi area of C, 128,800 ncrct ol land, 4,03 1,951 acrcB yet vacant snbivcl to entry under tlio public land lawn ol the United Mates. Wht Wluuio-Hernia imz ThpOflklnl l'nporof Huruoj Uuiuity hl tliBUrKost circulation mid laonir'ui Itebett ndvortlnliiK inoillitinn in Knnlorn Oregon, , UURNS, HAIINEY COUNTY, OKEGON, OCTOBER 28, 1011 NO 50. XXIV 1ST" ' Jrlf Ira irt - PINO POINT WEST ites'Rail Lines and Auto Truck tayjChange Things Some SURNS-BEND ROAD IDEAL pre8ion of C. C. Chapman in Recent Issue fOreffoiiian Auto Trucks to be put on Route -Information From Our Agricultural College. V his trip Ito Hunw, ian, manager of the -nnierctal Club, Haiti OreRenian: road from Bend to ally adapted for ec--o-truck service. It rairie road uIouk a te. There arc no .o crow during Hie erf of 146 miles. The n on both sides from ilea. The road is a way, requiring little t to make it excel lent f weather, and this contrast to the old inevivo and Paulina lck Mountain. ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 October 1911

!f o Si """iiiSfiSH. e Let us take our measure for a TAILOR MADE .SUIT They arc cheaper of you consider quality, wearing and style I - .... !. ..... ....l Ittnl l1.r.f ui11 cr.i. '5V firm is askinjr for bids in mis is-, win comu, .m. u.i ..-.. ",".., l ip for .100 more nolos and the to OrcRon an impetus that will delivery of S00 along tlio lino. ( send the state leaping ahead in Mr, Fellows left again yestor-1 Western history, and which will ....i.. a ti, nw i(Monnhlo the nioneor territory of Welch and Come in and inspect our season able line of fabrics Everjllifag to Var for I'coplc Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAM Only High Class Tailoring Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg CLEANING AND PRESSING J m coinnan.v witu a. H. S. Montamie, two Portland inon. who are takluc an interest in (lie hitr nowcr nrojoct The Times-Herald does not know where these jjentlem An have any financial interest i.i the under taking or not. We are pleased to note the ad vancement of this work as the people of Bu...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 October 1911

A J S Hi TimeT-perald UMMT CIRCULATION HI' VBFAMCR IN THIS COUNTY UOAV. O0TOHKK2H, lH ocali News. .vloy la In tho city. 1 sro. give a Piano away. Iujwts is,Jup from bin ir the lake.1 x in Cloksfor Ladies at Satisfactory Store. AlmoslnewIJiinch Call and bco it L8- wsgon. ilce. . ter patrons will find ague's bread on Hale at inters' (Moto'B.) aRRieThebb is over from county1 on a visit to Mr. I. H. Holland. d see tho lato arrivals roods, shoes, ties, furn tc. at, HaRoy & Kich- and dreeeed lumber of now on hand at tin Broe. Saw Mill. RoukIi 5 per thousand. rench i back from an to Bend, Lakeview and nta in that direction, ho Burns-Bend road i r- pratcuo and Dan Jordan ing a neat four-room ast north' of II. J. Ilnn idence for Joe Thoinp- A LOOK AT Till-: AND OTHER LATH OP LADIES COATS i3 BUSY CORNER Richardson arrived hursday from Salem had taken prisoners. accompanied back by rt and James Hicks. EDBay mare weijriit J 4 B on right shoulder ight stifle and bar I L on left stifle. Notif...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 October 1911

MEN I HAVE SKETCHED. (Ceyjtliht, till, Uomer Dnenrort Syndicate) My first meeting with Theodore Roosevelt was just after I had written an article about him en titled "Changing the White House," wherein I remember was a statement that he had put the pictures and principles of Lin coln into his cellar, and had changed the once dignified White House into a Roosevelt cozy cor ner. Knowing that all men's memory is more or less good, I was ushered into his presence one June day at the White House with something more troubling mo than mere official etiquette. There is no way of describing Rooscyelt that has not been al ready done. Whetherit has been rightly done or wrongly no one ; the match and said seems to know. The lirst live minutes that I had spent with him imnressedmo with one thing, that he was not going to sell any Wrote.' soft soap. And at the close of the interview I was still most impressed with his direct way of meeting his fellow-man. I re member of thinking that possi blv hi...

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 November 1911

j 2 12 -j W7'Wtinn74ri-nl ft :fie ffirrnt Sinrtiey Couttiru Covers mi arcn of 0,428,800 acres ol land, 4,031,051 ncros yet vacant ubcct to entry under tho public land lawa of the United 8ute. d&J5"-S ThCOmclftl rniT of Iliiriioy Comity ..,iiriTf...i ..!... i ii.. -...i I-,...l h vortlBliiK iwxllnniR In Kaitorn BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORECfty, NOVEMBER A, 1911 0L, XXIV NO 51. Hi m ' I 9W23K WHk p3w?i NS DM FARM PRIZES ral Oregon Farmer Makes Good mSA on Botrji Entry Exhibited mm- 'Sar HE BR FARMING CONGRESS n R4rifMnclrn8 Captures 34 Awards at The 'HffMMlJWmCIoscd at Colorado Springs Farin FriwRCup Held by Central Oregon Man. M'fllMBt in Kutr, the Central dry-fgmiiif igrfzard, wlio comptUiojiM;ainst en m all TrtJthe coun- dwnonttntUtropented- superior 'crops can be without irrigation in the interior, h triumphed ver exhibitor from nl--ry sUte in, tho Union by 11 flrtt' prizes at tlio Dry 'Farming Congress edat Colorado Springs, Oieonian. l Oregon took nn aggre J4 prize." c captured...

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 November 1911

SI e Let us take your measure for a TAILOR MADE SUIT Then arc cheaper of you consider quality, wearing and style Come in and inspect our season able line of fabvics Iherjlhing (o Wmr for People Who Care. SCHENK & WILLIAM Only High Class Tailoring Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg- CLEANING AND PRESSING much chcancr. With electric (trucks in the cities ami traction engines in the country for Blowing- and harvesting I do not see anything that will have a tenden cy to bring the price up in the near future. Now, these few lines are not intended to deceive you and get your stock under price, but so you may bo posted and know when you are ofTcr- d a fair mar ket price and not miss a sale. ours very respectfully, W. M. HAKVIIV. man school mti:s. IltC &MCS-5CKNIM jui,ian hvhii Miur, SATDKDAT. NOVEMDKK i, 1MI. suitecjurrioN ratks- Odb Year Six Montbi..., Three Month It. 1.00 . .75 at the present time, which so far as I can learn, and I have taken considerable pains to post my self, are...

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