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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 17 February 1912

i hTfciiitjiirrfrfiiiM)irrfi iii Jimnwnfliirf irUi'i nr r r" ' " '""" - - TTi- ..".i -; r . S3S ib Times-JIerald '.TIIK I.AIIUJCBT OlllCUl.A'IdON III S NKWBI'ArKH INTIIIBCOtlNTV. (lATIIKIlAY, KHIIUUAUV 17, 1012. Local News. Jltl'IMSIS SALK AT I. JIIWAKTZ'S. UKADAI). jbt. HitrkliartIL wiw up from IKw-nneli Tliurmliiy. eHt canned corn .p.2T a enso rrimnii Morcnntilo Co. lest Hour (KUiinintoo) $8. HO Iliirrimiin Morcnntilo Co. ... v Atitt Ii..l. Ill I,. Ku IF jun I'l'H, !., IU mi. illlll John Cnldwell, a datiKhtc-r. JovcnRcr payn tho Inchest rkot )rico for bidoH and fuin. M Cometo'ii was amonjr our ftora fiomNarrowttduriiiK tlio ft. liver suit miulo. by 1111 we nb- ftely Kiiarnntce. Soiiknk & .MAMH. W. McIIoHo has lino pota- l rained on dry land. .Sou him four Hiipply. cd I Initios wan among our icy visitors to attend tho i ball Wednesday niRht. private boarding house in us can accominodale a few boarders. Inquire at this afltoo. $5,000.00 of additional depositors' securi ty was ad...

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 February 1912

h'-t IM10KK8SI0NAI, ('AlUisT' 1 , !; ;; il i"V't MS e ;. v .t i ' s h i ! ! " ' 1) .4 -4, . 1 IP 1 MttkUttMMH anViinvTiTi m i ii i ii , i teMMWMkMMH INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondent) Reports from various points in the Btato indicate that Country Life Education Week movement, aa outlined by State Superintend ent Alderman and the Orcjion Development League, is beinr observed very generally and is arousing much enthusiasm. The Salem Commercial Club A lai'ga slock of wall paper nt Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's. SUMMONS. In tlio Circuit Court of the Slate ol Ore- jjui, for Hnrnoy County. Cluy demons, Plaintiff v. Willi, tl Hnr-ino, Defciiilanl. To Wllf'rd Rarlne, Defendant: In lliu inline of the Stale ol Oregon, you nru hereby required to appear niul answer tlio complaint filed against ) oil In tlio nliove entitled suit within Six celebrated with a farmers' din-' Wcek 'c' ' thofimt publl- i ,i it i 1 1, .. rru,,,,, ' eauon oi una summons, io-wii; cumr ner at the Hotel Marion on 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 — 24 February 1912

UVfmtiiil't Alt.W'H'l -' f n 1 1 1 mf jitonHiiirtft hTii miiHMcb"ff"'" ..' I . - "WV - t me "lic lnica-3crnia Tlio Olllrliil I'npurof lltirmty County lian tlio Inricnat clrciilntlou nml Iminool lui beet lulvorllnliiK imnlliiinn In Kantnrn Oregon, ' Eh.e 0rcnl JHnruejj Catiulru Ciaith nn nrca of 0,I'J8,X) at'iiit ol t Inntl, J,(),Tt,051 ncrea yet vacant ultct to entry under tlio public land lawn ol tlin (tilted Flute. OL. XXV MJItNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEGON, FEBRUARY 24, 1912 N01G. dJMWMMMMMMa, mntfWtiulk raS RllLROAD I IRRIGATION Encouraging Prospects For Work on Silvies River Project DEPENDS ON CONDITIONS HERE al Favorable to Project and Willing to Make a MoHt Liberal Contract Under Long Term and Equitable Plan The Adjudication of Water Rights. $nKjV ,ct m NlB i m CHB. McConnell arrived home Saturday evening by way of JBe1it3faf lor an nbsenco of nuvcrnl - r . ... wceK visiting outside points. MrJjScConnell wont to Salt Lake forlthc purpose of placing cor tklmdata tusked for by Mr. C...

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 February 1912

UJ ;MS.A5BAW ..W" r,',?lMM II 1 J II ...J IK.IlM r a r n 4 ' I I .1 r Big Reduction -IN AM, Fall and Winter Goods SOME BARGAINS THAT ARE WORTH YOUR WHILE How about that New Sjrinjf anil Fununcr Suit that you will soon be needing? Nh the time to order while our Ilendy-Mndc, and all otlu-r lines, are complete. Tailor Made Suits We can give you anything in a Tailor Made Suit. REMEMBER every suit made by us we absolutely GUARANTEE If you are not sat isfied your money promptly refunded. SCHENK & WILLIAMS MERCHANT TAILORS - - LhADING CLOTHIERS Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Burns. Oregon. Odd Fellows Bids- i She wttcu-gtato. JULIA Manager e... TUKDAY rEllRUAllY 24, 1912 Ultll'TION HATES: One Yetr .. Six Month Three Month. tiOO .1.00 . .75 The Times-Herald is pleased to note a goodly number of excellent men coming out for the various offices to be filled at the coming elections. With such material in the field the voters may make selections of the most capable men and thus insure the...

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 February 1912

(?: ' ThftTime3-flerald f IAH THH.A110KHT UlilUUI.ATIOH lit AS'VjWfirAI'KH IN TillUCUUNTV, lUTVNOAY, KKIIIUfAUY VI, IVIi. 1' OSocal News. SUMSRIHti SAMS AT I. SCHWARTZ'S. IlKADAI). RcsffiSnned corn $.'.23 a ciiho IInrriim Mercantile Co. BofltMour (Kimrnntuo) $8. HO bbl. Mwrritnni) Mercantile Co. ClovKcr PyH tho ln'KlicHt mnrkoaprieo for hidon and furs. J- IyitliurH wan over from hla home near I larnoy yesterday. Evo3?uit inado by uh wo al 8olutojRiinrantoe. Sciiknk & WlLUAMB. C.-HJpnyis wan ovor from hi.s homojntnr Cow Creek the first of thtflweok. H. WJjMcIIosu ha.s lino pota toes railed on dry land. See him foryourTsunply. A prjvnlo boarding Iiouho in uurnsican accommodato a few moro boarder. Imiuiro at thin XliCO.Kt ToinjVllcn Iuih boon in for a few dsys viHitinjr hi.s family. Ho I'oporfajfwcather conditions fine vcr ifitho V Ranch with no mow.jl )UTOF TOWN TAXPAYKILS ThejHnrncy County National Hank will be pleased to attend o tliepnymcnl of your taxes inon receipt of your in...

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 February 1912

I 1 ',!' f it ilif r 9 ..'J-t "t m MlJUH J f 1 t r Jl l J m j' at'i INDUSTRIAL NOTE?. (Portland Correspondent) Tho United States Department of Agriculture offered to detail n thoroughly competent man to de vote all his time to expert assist ance in agricultural matters in the various Oregon communities if they would stand one-half the necessary expense. Because of tho necessity of taking ilium di ato action, R. 15. Miller, Traffic Manager of the O.-W. R. & N. Co. offered to assume the ex pense and Secretary Wilson has Btated that the man detailed to Oregon would begin his work about July 1. This will give Oregon the ser vices of two men doing this kind of work. The O.-W. R. & N. Co. has already had its own expert in the field for several weeks in structing farmers, fruit growers and gardeners in the subject of crop rotation, stock raising and diversified farming. The work of two such experts, supplement ed by the operation of the de monstration trains and the efforts of 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 — 2 March 1912

..ton s ( j& TlK (Elnico-Hornld Tim Olllcliil I'nptir of Ilnniuy Comity liaa thu InrKiiit circulation anil In unit of lio liont nilvurtloliiK mixlluimi In Knuliim Oregon, VAe Circnl 3Hnruu Cottitlry ('mors nn nron ol 0,428,800 uric ol Inml, 4,0.11,081 ni in yet vacant subject tu entry under thu public land lawi of llin United Hint.. XXV liUHNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 2. 1012 N01G. -.Jlfll-f -' "" "" mnt$Mttaik ?m. HlL CONTROLS LANDS ometing Railroad into the Harney Country mm1 'ACE LAND tm . JVitlilGrcnt Northern President at Head or Bif? Land Caniimny no Doubt Left iih to Intention of Hill "'System Respecting TIuh Somojinnouncemonts of groat momcntio tlio Harney country litwo Iwcn inudo during Huh weckMhich moan a long'strido in thoYairootion of early settle ment ?r)d development of vast tractsfaf land in this territory. The first- announcement of parti ctilar intercut was that L. W. Hill had acquired a controlling inter gat inftho Oregon &. Western iSSionikation Co. ...

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 March 1912

r IT'S A GAME Tho clothes gnmo is just like any other game, only in this ruse wc both win when playing: 'it it. Satisfaction am! confidence are at stake. Yon piny for nnli.-fiictioi. in our make and we ploj' for your confidence in us as the makers. We have a winning line of fabrics for spring and summer for a on to look over. Everything New in Styles and Ideas. The men who wear our clothes aro the best mascots we can find. Come in and play a hand in our little game. Schenk & Williams MERCHANT TAILORS - LEADING CLOTHIERS Cleaning, Pressing and Eepairing Burns, Oregon, Odd Fellows Bldg. Elir iincs-fftafd. JBIU SATURDAY MARCH 3,1912. Ilarriman interests are now at work this expression from Mr. Davidson alludes to further ex tension work by the Hill line. cure a stage line between Burns and Bend as a great many who are coming West will be routed over the Hill railroad system by way of the Deschutes road and we should have a cheaper mode of transportation than now ex ists from that p...

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 March 1912

!... rfefit Times-J-Ierald 3K I.AIUIKHT UlitUUI.ATlON III' IKWrlPAl'KK IN TIIIB UOUN1 . RaTUIIMAY, M AUC'll 2, Itll Local News, y ft ,aKl) llnrdiHty la down iroin) thoMAtion. '"MlllMSK SALI? AT I. fSCMWAUTZ'S. READ AD. ifeac cftimcd corn $3.25 u cast' jHarrlwiui Mercantile Co. JgjOlawiliyt and Pressing neatly OtSbySCllKNK & Wll.UAMS. SbI? Hour (KiiarantL'o) .f8.no btnQluriiimi) Mercantile Co. Myrnfik CatterHon was doinjr busIrMWH in our city yeHterday. Aisr? .1... i.!.. i i niwrkflt j)i ice for liideH and furs. iW. McIIoho IttiH line pota- a raised on dry land. See liiin our aupply. rsjc . ... SgcoM'ahould moped the line ns- febrlfwntf Wall Paper at Lun.i bllrfjfenlton & Co'h. MJm IxuiIhc Davey arrived honSjiTluirMday evenuu: from' Porlktid where alio had been dlilcelliuil fall. U(oioy lo loan on Harney Coun ?tyTlmprove(i Heal Kstate. Cnll -on? 6fv.ito C. 0. Thomas. 'i'm Hox '12 Vale, Oreuon. . QUJJJftF TOWN TAXPAYERS TltuIInrncy County National Pankvill he pleased to attend...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 2 March 1912

I '. . 3 1 , J M U IKJKIUW KWU.IH t 4 II i I I Plrii Irrljatlon CohjreJi. (Continued from piigo I.) of public hinds. Tho consrcss also favored the enactment of legislation that will, as far as possible, give the con trol of the various irrigation pro jects into the hands of the ?et tlers, the men, who have event ually to pay all bills. It also con templates the organization of ir rigation districts and the finiinc ing of the obligations of develop ment, after the manner of mu nicipal improvement districts. Other resolutions favored the perfection of the present system of water titles, enactmentof leg islation to protect the settler against fraud and urging the in vestigation, by the legislature, of the Kansas law which permits an official scrutiny of the assets and resources of people who file articles of incorporation. The work of the Oregon De velopment League in concentrat ing its efforts to place people on the land, as opposed to city de velopment, was commended. The irrigation ...

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 March 1912

irftffcegrrWfcl. SBhe TIe (Tlmco-JiiMnlii Tlio Olllchil I'lipnrnf lliirnoy Uoiimy Iiiih llinlarKoit dii'iilatloii nml I ono of lin bunt lulvcrtinlnn iiii'iIIiiihh In KiiHtmii Orison, We (fiicn! Unnicu Country CoVBt hii Rreii n( (138,100 aim ol lmf, l,(ll,!l hi ie yl niiint tlthot UiHiitry miller Ui public In ml inn a ol Ui Unilwl Jtiiti.. VOL. XXV HUIINS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 9. 1912 NO l"i Jl'f f I'JPJIvJv w4lA IWO RAILROAD TRACKS Roadbed in Malheur Canyon for Both Hill and Harriman Tracks &RL GRAY BE PRESIDENT G. N. IIuih W. Hill to Resign Despite Denials, is Informa tion Ituccivcd, to Devote Time to Land Deals I Hill and Harriman Engineers Working Together. fm iK fflio extt'iisivoness of the oper ations on tho Oregon & Eastern railway, started in the Malheur canyon twelve miles west of tliiH Sity, came to light today wliun it AVM learned Hint a double track roadbed is being built throiiKliout tneTwhnlo length of tho narrow anUJdiHiciilt gorge says tlio En terpris...

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 March 1912

" If m Jvfc r .-1 V4 XX "J it IT'S A GAME The eloths jmni f jut liK nu.v til.ln-r piling niih trt t!.i mm- ? ) rWJl foiei IiliivVini.:' " i. ..iti-f.iftli ' mik' iiiliilfiii-i" an a! stnki'. Yin i'l.i fur -. t i-fjii ut i in nut' iiinho Mini we phiv fur.Mtii'- ? 1 1f t i ii-. mi ii-' ;i IIip msiki'rs. . !hic . vi,!ii,.ijt liu' of fnbricn fur spring ami summer for oii to look our. Evcrythinu New in Styles and Ideas. Tin : ten who wt'iir oiir elothfs tp Urn luft tiiMscois rtcran find. Conn? in ntnl ploy u hand in our lit t It chenk & Williams MERCHANT TAILORS - LEADING CLOTHIERS Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Riiuic Cirntynn. Cirt F-apllnw: Ride i """-') -.W&w.., - . W..W..W ... : lUKSUWUtt , e J; he i-imw-lstaifl T- jrui.JA f ituu i w K t'K.'t'JION liA'IKM- Obo Vr .. Six Woulbk .. IhtceHoutnt 'i-00 l.W Tills LIIHtARY Ill.NbMT. Tonawama Theatre wa. 'imply packed last night with an .wj. tionally appreciate r :ttli "i.i.; to witness the prodnctiuM - i"..c d hy the the Ladies' ...

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 — 9 March 1912

atir.at-.-rtz.ftnt:.iimkfitMiiiiimiiiii' vrV" '""'"' ,i.itiimWiiriiTf T"' Fr"v , n-T" cgsSaaBBgAgifaaJKSrM'TnHPIKia. i-.'.'-iU' :.WJWT.1 le-Jlerald IT UUM I-ATHIIN i'r illNTHl' 111)1 nil. i Is - - - fHAItl II 1, IJ News. V? spout Bovcrnl (is week. fcorn $3.25 u caso cnnliio l.o. Proving nofttly if Xr WILLIAMS. V VI tlliottwaaut) fromf! tlio week. WILL Mi IN jl. SCHWARTZ. Kguarantco) $8.50 Mcrcnntilu Co. says i no nigncsi ir hldcB and furs. and Leo Wilson bur miters irom y. filirtburt wan among from tho Warm so una nno poin- jjery land. Sec liim Hilton and .son y huh wcoi; irom r Buchanan. (inspect tho fine as- nil Paper at Luiu- Co'h. mum wa' up from ay nttcnding to affairs and visit er, Miss Elhi, who Sigh school. OWftTOWN TAXPAYERS fMwW County National yftnbti, pleaded to attend fSSiunt of your tuxes Wir" m 1 . . f !.. mi Mil your insirutiiiiiii. will find a supply tjowSrier nomination at the prinNTIl' V ill" iinin iimmS. They nrO pre- h county and dis- wTlSinH of Vale, w in the 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 — 9 March 1912

I' IH'( I " In m op r it. 1. t tlio kov crnmcnt IUii.au ol Plant Indust ry ihf ilh-izisr. of horticulture at tin Oiugon Agricultural CoIIpro lift, wtnblished trial gardens wlioro exjwrimenta to lotonir.no the adaptability and vnluu of itmny varitio( o treos and plants Will be carried on why mi: was ivne. 'What made you so late?" 'I metSmithson." 'Well, that is no reason who you should be an hour late pel- tinpr home to supper." "I know, but I asked him how A lnrjro oon- ie was fooling, and he insisted sffcnment of Valuable tiers :ind on telling: mo about his stomach plmilB has just been ivcmi'd, 'rouble." among them ninety five different "Did you toll him to take Cliam- varities of grapes importd fiomihetiaiti's Tablets?" Europe, which will be rooted and JaWr distributed to the experi mental sub-stations in different parts of the state There are also apple, pear, shade and orna mental trees from various sec tions of Europe Asia and China A valuable collection of walnut , o . i. : .....

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 — 16 March 1912

rf. -3crarTfws .-.- ." IT ' 'CThe cXIiiiea-Hernlb Tim OIIW lal t'iiiriil lliininy County linn thu liirgitat circulation nuil lnonoof lio bunt lulvortlnliiK iiioiIIiiima in Knnlitrn Oregon, ?Etie 0rcnl SHnrtiru Cauult'U CiYMirn nil arm ot 0,428,800 arret ot Intnl. I.ftflt ,;5I ntros yet neurit nlrct lo entry under Hut public land lawn ol Ibn UnlUil Stnt. -. IB, ifl not' 4- M iww0 pmlfeMk Hr ? or" k m s Kl WOL. XXV f'Mm BIRDS AND FISH Hmney Valley Rod and Gun Club $ Gets Encouraging Letter 10MGET SHARE OF DISTRIBUTION rt Shipmont of Hob -Appeal to FarmerH 'ropugntion and Protection of Our Game HirdH. L. K. Hibbnrd, president k If IIMI ... ..ill.... Diiil mill 4 3cmZL I'ittiiL'J Ttiuu liuu mm ICIub, Iiiih received a letter ho alale game warden con- Uinfrig moat jrratvflmr news re- fspe&ing pronpecUi for now game 1 frirdjfTand fish for this section. It r,jiJq5Ho evident that the orgnni- iv,XRtin of the gun club was the f proper thing and that results i -vwilljtic accompliahcd throug...

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 — 16 March 1912

IT'S A GAME Tlio clolhcs gnino in just like uny other game, only in this cnsi- we both win when playing nt it. Satisfaction am! conliilonce are at stake. Yon play forwit-infrtrtiou in our make and wo play for your ennttrii-ini in us as tho makers. We hove a wiun, .ir. line of fabrics for spring and summer for ,ou to look over. Everything New in Styles and Ideas. The men who wear our clothes nro the best mascots we can fiml. Tome in and play a baud in our little game. Schenlc & Williams MERCHANT TAILORS - - LEADING CLOTHIERS Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Rurnc:. Civnrmn. Odd Fellows Bldff J Mh( QTimcs-eratd. jUiia n fe-TUKDAY MAUCH 16. 191!. One Year Six Montba . .. Tbrco Moniha .,.- OUIl'TION KATES r WATER USERS ORGANIZE. county superintendent of Marion , county, serving two terms. After . ! his term of office expired he M "' ! taught in Salem and Woodburn, I 'ater in Sumpter. He was elect ed principal of the Harney County High School when it was established, coming here in 1...

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 — 16 March 1912

'? -,.3?" V. !G& Times-ftcrald I.AIKIKBf CUMULATION OK KWMI'AI'KH INTIIIHCOUVIY (r2i v WaIEs 1EES ' widBR i, ,jT TTT; vvmT A 'S5 1 U1!fifir MTM : iff I . Sfc'ta J C TDIIDAY, MAHUII 111, MM. Local News. eondH urn improvinK. untied corn $!I.2Ij n chhc ii Mcrcuntilo Co. Midwinter and wife wore fivtKeTSty diiritur tho week. en!iiK and 1'rcHHinfr neatly (lonOikfcSCIIKNIC &. WII.I.IAMH. iHeSfflour (Kunrnntoo) .$8.r0 hblrlMnrriinan Mercantile Co. ClovcnRcr pnyn tlio IiIkIichI nittrltRfprico for hides and furs. ;(JkW& Shown wan over from iihrneylthc first of this week on businees. Hfjft Molloao Iiiih fine pota tocarKcd on dry land. See him fjnyour muiply. HlwiRodt'r and Henry Hlack ffyergffl(nK our Sunset visitor! Hrhurfaday. ,jJcok Haley waa in the oily durinffSthi' week attendiiur to HorneiMisincsH. voumliould inupccL tlio fine as-j sqrtinwit of Wall Paper at Luna-1 1 burgftjDnlton & Co'ii. i A' u A,vyealor aim wile are in the !; city from their Crane Cieek ;'jli6me.f NEW ...

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 — 16 March 1912

f . t ,n i'l f 1 to J k m I. , 1 ,,i INDUSTRIAL NOTES. attracted to the movement. At Corvallis, on March 7, delegates from the commercial clubs of the state took part in a rousing meet ing that was called for this pur pose. One of the suggestions made was that communities should assist each other by a re- i ciprocal pushing of the local pro- Portland Correspondent) With exhibits provided for every pen that had been built and the necessity of planning ad dition space. The Pacific North west Livestock Show to be held , duets manufaclurcd in Portland March 18-20 will be of great importance to the live stock industry of the Norlhw. st. Its success is assured. A spc'inl train of Inland Empire stock breeders and another from Spc kano will bo features of the at tendance. The Lewiston boost ers will be in Portland on the 18. Livestock from Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah, as well as from Washington and Oregon, will be shown. A combination sale of shorthorn cattle and Du-roc-Jersey hogs wil...

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 — 23 March 1912

W OTc CCIiiitfo-llernlfi TlioOlllilnl liiM!r nl I Inrnoy Comity Iibh tliu liirKimt clri'iilntlon mill laoim "I lin limit mlvurtlnliiK hiihIIiiiiis In, KnMorn Oruifoii. lEIie orcnt Tinruy Couulru Cotarn an nrcn ol 0,4'J8,B00 mil ol Imiil, VWtjM mre yet vacant inbict In nntry iimler tlio ubllo land lawa ol tliu Unltwl Still, x. WOL XXV BUIINS, HARNEY COUNTY, OIU.GON, MARCH 23. 1912 NO 19. r Bed a Day West From Vale m. MloailH of railroad tion nre tniiK daily in tliu local rnil SjynnlH and Hlecl in cxpucl- 51 follow for tlio layitiK of Hi .stretch of the track of f't'KOU EitHlorn railroad out s city which will bcRin (Mm another month upon tlio Section of the roadhed jjrad- t te joh early thm wee itwl grading Htarled V k and ed nea- wen oi easy manned wnicn is mtiucct the various Malheur fon camps with the head rters of the various construe Jonipanies in tltis city, rhe Utah Construction Co. in Je of the first Iftf) miles of idbed construction of the Ore nfEaatern from this city to jcfM...

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 — 23 March 1912

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