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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 March 1912

frnifV fF-.- J il lines- jieraia Sp.AIHIKBT OlUOUI.AtlON UK BrAl'Kli in i iiiHuuiin 1 1 VfhlAY.MAUCil5l, IVI3, 3C Hocnl News. t THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON nalzing t Gcmhorlmg'H. Sinned com .f!t.2T) a ciibo im Mercantile; Co. nfcgund Pressing neatly .jfljSciinNK & Wiu.iamh. Hour (guarantee) .$8.r) (fcrriman Mercantile Co. .WTylcr was among our ffirom SuiihcI Wednesday. JmcIIoho lias fino polu- bed on dry land. Sou him nftsupply. Rap McKlnnon was in refli 1 1 ' Poison Creek homo ffijo week. aliould inspect tho fine as nPof Wall Paper at Luna ijgllon & Co'h. ftSIIOESPOUMEN, wo- RNI) children just El). I. SCHWARTZ. jLiindy, your Home llat Cleaning, Mocking and Ink. Old Hats made new 00 and up. SlirliiiK of the Wm Han-1 Ua Hi al the r Kancii wun liory rhcumatiHin. He ilcing a tour of the ranches p .. U MK)K KICK. ft. I). Cooper accompanied iwtlmml to Portland last vhcre he went as a witness vSW suit in the federal The entire party returned aning by way of Head. )F TOWN...

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 — 23 March 1912

5 lit .. u 'J- ' PJ 11' - L4 l BAKER STOCK SHIPPERS COMPLAIN, attracted to tho movement At Corvallis, on March 7, delegates Our local stock buyers are very much worked up over the pre sent cattle market at the Portland Stock Yards. On February 12th there were thirteenth loads of from tho 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 cattle on tho market from this S'?' PlPrf the ,ocaI pro . ,i , , ,i r . I uuuis iijiiuuuiciuieu part ui inu suuu; uiuru wuru iw offerings of fancy feeding (hat would bring from $5.90 to $f JW, while in South Omaha they w pro paying $7.70 for tho best, and lowest prices for the day was bel ter than our host, says a UaKei vo siinllu i, nn hour lnte trot. correspondent to the Rural Spir-Ljng llomo to supper." ' "I know, but I asked him how Uur cattle men say they will i10 ...as feeijnir. and ho insisted WHY HE WAS LATE. What m...

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 — 30 March 1912

wKm WmM Flt (Tim c -"lie in lib Tliu Olllclitl I'iijut nl lliirimy Umuity linn tliu InrKoal clrrulnllciii mid iminirul liu limit iiitvurtlHlnx iniulimnn In Knnlnrn Ori'itun. TCh,c olrcnl Unniru Country Cavort an nrcn ol (J.428,800 Hrrrt ol land, I, (W 1 ,11 bitch yet vacant mlm t to entry under lint public land laws ol the UtilKtl Still.. h. XXV KUKNS, HAUNEY COUNTV, OltLdON. MARCH HO, 1!)12 NO 20. Qlni tyxbb m TEEL BRIDGES TO BE Built in the Malheur Canyon for the Oregon & Eastern Railroad. , TAKE YEAR TO CONSTRUCT wm EronjPorliil to Purlnl Chief Stradlcy and the Tovvn- aite if "Lovult" A Local Camp of Hoy ScouIh to he OiKunizt'd Funeral Services of D. S. Graves. Construction work on tlio Ore- eluded in their contract. Kon, Eastern railroad in tlie Mai- ThrotiKh the interview it was heur.canyon, fifteen mill wust I J1'1 l,hnt llie co"tn,ctof riml' iff& . .bed uradinK on the Oregon & oLtlnfrcity, is progressing mosL ,, , e ,, , , M ', ' , , hastern from Vale to Dog moun-...

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 — 30 March 1912

hi m 1 V i W 4 1 v - 1 i k- f. J i'iL EX.. ".!? 13 fil ' 5 ft w MBKiHHHHBMMannwmMtnitnnniMini CLOTHES CONFIDENCE It's Our Business to know GOOD CLOTHES Any man who wears our clothes may -lo so with the confident assurance th:1'. m is correctly dressed. Wo want you to see our Spring and Sum mer line of Woolens, we want you to place your confidence in us. We also take measures for ladies suits; wc invite the ladies to call and inspect our line line of sanples. SCHENK k WILLIAMS MERCHANTTAILORS-L ADING CLOTHIERS Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Burns, Ore.. Odd Fellows Bldg She rfatcjs-licfaM. JULIA . - Mnarr .TURrAV. MARLII 30. 112. P . OKII'TIOK KATKS: One Your .. Six Monthi Three Month. 12.00 .100 "i surer. Dell Dibble, Chester Dalton and Frank Triske were appointed a committee on trap shooting. The club has arranged for two dozen pairs of Bob White quail to be shipped in at once for breed purpose. The Bob White is a fine game bird and it is believed will do well here. The homestead ...

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 — 30 March 1912

t SEimes- Jrald I IIKltMKOKHl' UltUJI.ATION f NKWKFAI'KH IN TlllH 1'Ol'N I lTOItv(MAIllll.. Il 1 News. IcnmzinK at (lumberlinK'H. Efjcocliran is over from .Wanned corn $!1.2fi a case manJMercanlilo Co. jCtuilwcll ami wife arc down thaimountnin rancli. aningjhnd Pressing neatly by'SciiKNK & Wii.uams. ISJohiiHou was inthui'ily relay 1 JArchto MeCowan tlit Lund ilJoWit. JSCumnd and son were tip Snnscl Thursday. Htl S irgcBtock of wall paper at blfrgjf Dalton &. Co's. yfind .lolin Cearhoart are fromf their home near Van. lonatwagons are tlio IichI. uuiiiy iiarniiiau lucicaimiu THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON IzSkClark, the old pioneer nwnlfroin Narrows, wan in tylppjiursday. QJlrUiidrcd score cards and IjSal The Tiiucs-Ilornld mm n iNpToMr. and Mrs. Albert wsMareh 21, a nine pound if ' Dunn will deliver good. myat your barn for $10.00 lff bcautijul weather of the fflllla week has changed to coUJRuiri blustry winds. ILockvood, manager of utotrueks, came over from Tlufrsday....

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 — 30 March 1912

w m 5 t ?-i STOCK SHOW SUCCESS. (Portland Correspondent) In quality of stock exhibited, in the number of thoroughbred animals entered, the- prices real ized by stockmen for their fancy exhibits, the attendance and the absorbing interest manifested in the show, not only by breo.'ors of the entire Northwest but by the general public, the Fat Slock j Show held by the Pacific North west Livestock Association at Portland last week was the most successful event of the kind over held on the Pacifiic coast. Wea ther conditions were ideal and tho attendance was estimated to exceed 6,000 people during the three days. The quality of tho stock wns so far superior to that of last year that officials and stockmen were positive that grand champions of former shows would not have been eligible even for the small est prizes this year. The. cham pion carload, consisting of fifteen head of magnificent Herefords, was probably never surpassed, if equalled, at anv show in the United States, This carload ...

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 — 13 April 1912

"i 0 H rroon - iTIic $riuta-Mci'nli. 'Dim Olllrliil l'ni'or til llnnio) Cuiiiiiv Vlt (Stent Sinrttey Centura Cowirii on nri'n ol 0,428,(100 riM ol Innil, i,(V,U,)b lie ret yet vacant inbject to mitry under ilia public land law of till) United HtHt. . kIus lliu l.irm'ot circulation ami laonool ho brat tulvortlsliiK iirmIUiiiib In Katorn fc" Oregon. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 1!J, 012 NO 22 0bt Wiwttiutk , 'M CANYON KEY? North and South Railroad 'om British Columbia COMBINATION OF LINES Harney Valley on Two Transcontinental id Direct Connection With Sen Porta at Coos Bay and San Francisco Harbors. ur (Janvon coins for one of the oad projects ever , recent years? Is Ding to come into v country from tlio Bt as well as from ;then south to San se intimation lrom eceived. It is stated II system has com ic Chicaco & North- Island and Cana- Eand that a trunk from the Cana an on over to connect tl. N. road running to New Meadows. it will run across to lyon and from this is to pla...

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 — 13 April 1912

1. J ms fk BMHHHMnOMMHnMWMMnaMMiinMMWHMaMHM CLOTHES CONFIDENCE v If 's Our Business to know GOOD CLOTHES Any mnn who wears our clothes may 0 w with tlio confident iwuraneo (lml lu n correctly dressed. We want you to co our Spring and Sum mer lino of Woolens, wo want you to place your confidence in us. Wc also take measures for ladies suits; wc invite the ladies to call and inspect our fine line of sanplcs. SCHENK & WILLIAMS J HERCHANTTAILOKS-LEADINQ CLOTHIERS f .Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Burns, Ore.. Odd Follows Bldg. ?J JULIAN IIY1U) STItC 0!;illICli-?litIlir d ,V,Vn(,s for. ,lis nPPenrnnco in July. "'' WW UUUU. The members of the now Grand J Jury are: Sam Mothcrshead, fore- M. r "'"; U. li. Uavis, L. C. Uratl- Manacir nolti j. s. Johnson, John Win- , termeier, Fred Denstcdt, A. S. j Swain. The men convicted on criminal J charges wore started for the pen- . itentiary Thursday afternoon in charge of Geo. S. Sizemore, Tlios. . llowsor and Jnmes Crawford. TUIIUVY Willi. 13, ...

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 — 13 April 1912

1 "WU IB-UfJ I li HIM "! sraldi H.T10N or BMNTV . rs. orlinfr's. Iwifo have Am week. L25 a case A A r ! t1! -this week tli. S neatly L.LIAMS. )f on his He was ' mid Bon the liiind paper at 's. IVes today w outside lo will be the best. Mercantile IEN, WO- U3N JUST rARTZ. )an Jordan front in the yesterday. i for sale. SECURITY SERVICE Our Capital or : $25,000.00 OurSurphiHor : : 65,000.00 Together with Htook holder's liability for another $25,000.00 Total : : $115,000.00 liiflimw nhHoluto SECURITY to our dopoHitorH. SERVICE Wo offer mioxcollcri fiiciliMcH for service, the result, of ,urH of study and exporieueo in l,ho banking news. bum- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON United States Depositary Oregon State Depositary . Accounts Invited agent, for Kne; Co., in- turns to call Kmples. i 1 made proof esterday as- nnd Chas. Leo Buch- ity Tuesday lied out by wife who he Buchanan- S established a irney and is era there cs- iimber. Mid wife left for Lewiston, lurence is in elcphone and ...

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 — 13 April 1912

if" U iJ i i I? i1" ' t :-! il l HOW TO PREVENT DEIIORNINO. Evorvbodv dislikes the opera - tion of dchornintr cattle, and yet no one likes to have cattle about the place with horns that make bad tempers dangerous. The best plan is not to let the hrrna grow. A good plan that 1 have used for a good many years will' effectually stop the growth ol the horns, but it must be u od while the calves are very small. Before the calves begin to ar rive it will be well to ,u m your self with the remedy, which is both simple and cheap. It can be bought at any drug store, for it is nothing more than caustic potash in stick form. The cry stals will do the work just as well, but I have found the sticks easier to handle. This must be applied when the calf is but a few days old. The first two weeks of his life are the ' ., .,, . , -, best, as it will not work after the little horns have begun to break through the skin. When that happens you might as well ,nir n vonr or tnnro nnil hiko nIr the horns wi...

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 — 20 April 1912

fpme, (Hie crJrrnt 3Hnritn Country Cm cr an nrcn ol 0,428,800 ne ol Intnl. 4,ll.'ll,(trl litre yet vacant ult(Ct loonlry miller Hid public land lawn of till) Ullltlll HlllleM. Tim Olllrlal I'lipur uf Huriioj Uouiil) linn tliu l.iroit vlii'iilntUm runl Is omt ol ho boat ndvortlalnjt muritmnR In Knstorn OroRon, XXV BURNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 20, 1012 NO " She (WilvJy C4JiJv' PIUTE INDIAN LAND tentative of the Indian Service Finding the Lawful Heirs ARATORY TO ITS DISPOSAL f Deceased Indians and Allottees May Dispose Land by Petitioning the Department Lands are praised and Sold Under Sealed Hid Methods. SGarbcr, of Koseburjt, n Hive of the Indian Ser in tment of the Interior, nil tins city uie nrst oi for the purpose of tak- Ithe matter of the lands ce been allotted to the linns. Filly there were 12T allot- ade and there have been ns out ot the numnor Ir. Garber is at present H hearinua to ascertain Dirahips of the deceased And Kathcrinir such in- i as M)ssible respecting wha...

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 — 20 April 1912

LmMotWMP Mi - y p-pw i: VT- .. B rfa JlaW V fr JUST ARRIVED 1 FINE LINE of Mens and Hoys ready-made an Us. These are very Snappy Clothes, the Latest in Make- Up and in Color Combination for both Spring and Summer Style and Service. Also some New Spriny Hats and Caps, in all the Latest Shapes and Shades in Vogue. Call and Inspect Our Nifty and Nobby Line SCHENK & WILLIAMS Merchant Tailors-Leading Clothiers Building ts - Oregon 1T I. O- O F. Burns rumu iwniiumlJiJjumJ imgswm coming to Hnrnoy county nnd Burns, is evidenced from tho at titude of n lnrge number of peo ple In Idaho, Washington nnd even Northern Oregon, who will fully misrepresent our town nnd county to the Irnvoling public. Whether this is due to ignorance or jealousy on the part of cer tain land speculators, wo do not know, but we are of the firm opinion, that it is working a de triment to our county, and should be remedied if possible, at once. J She Stittcs-ctaCd. JULIAN BYKI) Manager Saturday ait.il .v. 1312 I'KMT...

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 — 20 April 1912

'""tsSL! JCeraldi RCUI.ATION OK Mill COUNTY lews. tho city. IGemborlinB'H. n was over ek. cssititr neatly Williams. iwnn the Innd v wall paper at F& Co's. reports eor- at the mill?. aro the best, inn Mercantile J A tlKll 1 .1 il f, ainil -n, u nrles Neouluun, 5 A. Htfli are in ! m . i.i. .is ...in rp nun. i'-jK" win r. FOR MEN, WO- ILUKEN JUST JIIWAItTZ. d wife are over Creek homo on niter's parents, rron Terrill. lore, agent, for PailoriiiK Co., in- rof (iurns to call ring samples. '"has established a Harney and is I .!.... 11....... .... uiuuia uii-ii; f.1- jh lumber. chaper came over fiat Diamond this roof on her home- lained a few days ;rs. has the place $25,000.00 65,000.00 SECURITY SERVICE Our Capital of Our BurphiH of Togothor with nloek holdor's liability for iiiinLliur : : $25,000.00 Total : : $115,000.00 InsurcH absolute SECURITY io our dopouitorH. SERVICE Wo offer uiioxuoIIimI facilitioH for Hcrvico, Mio roHlill. of .ycaiH of ntud,y and oxporionro in l,ho baitlcing bi...

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 — 20 April 1912

a ' - INDUSTRIAL NOTTS. (Portland Correspondent) Requests for reservations for the Oregon and Portland Busi ness Men's Excursion to the rwmn Agricultural Corvallis. are coming in at a surprising rate Mho horso map ns in the days from all parts of the state. The when S. S. Bailey nnd others re communities at which stops will 'sided there, bo made enroute are mnKiuv " great preparations for the on lor- You judge n man not by what tainment of the oxoursioiiMt.s he promises to do, but by what The McMinnville Commoioial ho ban done. This is the only Club has nrraug d lo take tin truo tosl. Chamberlain's Cough party to Sheridan in autos, um the Sheridan Commercial Club has planned an auto trip into the near-by hills. The Dallas busi ness men have aroused the inter est of their entire section, and tho Thursday evening meeting will be in their charge. All day rruiay will be spent at the college. In the evening the Corvallis Commercial Club will entertain. The excursion will leave Portland T...

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 — 27 April 1912

mmmmmmmmmqmfm Ik fTljc &lmc-Hrrnld Tli Olllclnl liiHrof llnrmi) CunMj linn lint lnrm'St clli'iilutiun nml In oni i( lio ln't ndurtlalnK uiotliuina In ICnslot n Oregon, 1fl (fivtnt Unrtiru. Cauiilrjj Couth nit urea of 6,428,800 acre of lam), l.Crj 1,961 itcren yet vacant (object In entry mulct Hie public land lawi.of tliu Uiiitcil Htiiltn. VOL. XXV HUIINS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKKGON, APRIL 27, 1912 NO 24. V IN HARNEY VALLEY I Jllll'JvtvJv WliiA Women Suffrage Takes Back to Soil, Turn Down In The Hoosier State LAY TRACK TO TUNNEL Irge Acreage of Oregon & Western Colonization Co. Lands Sold fMBER OF CAPITALISTS HERE fsident Davidson Brings St. Pnnl People Who Are Pleased With Harney Valley and Biff Sales Result Party Goes on West Davidson to Return Soon. W. V. Davidson, president of Oregon & Western Coloniza- ti Co., arrived hero Monday am bi. raul ly way oi vale. was accompanied by a dele tion of capitalists, and the par- was met here by four other jltu loads brought by way of ...

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 — 27 April 1912

h I b b S y re ui O oi E- Iai' wi W m bu Cr trs lat 1 Vi( lire Coi is t con Cm 1 reci to pan abo T asu Nev join in a A Grai Seer men Nc final will I trick ber 5 Tei thee the e Th (a) Geogi Govei (2) ing, t Cou Chil to cor eases Whoor scarlet are di,- tractec That h ties sa3 quick nothing Iain's C ways b pleasan sale by Aiwa; Three for rent SCHENK & WILLIAMS Merchant Tailors-Leading Clothiers J I. O- O- F. Building & Burns - Ihe frtmcs-licraCd. JULIAN BYIIU Manager l,. TUItDAY. AI'KIL W. 1912. H ORI1TION RATES- One Year liOO Biz Months .1.00 Three Months.,.. .73 THE SITUATION IN REALITY "Among the thousands who seek homes in Oregon, it is inevitable :i .ui...ii..:.ii...i:..j jan, eiuici iiuuuKiiUiiu JuuKiiiuii' , in choosing a location, neglect of ,m , s, , u..: ?..:- . i :i..,j 'if he had uusmea cuuuuu in uuyuiK luiiu ui unwillingness to work when they have bought it. The last cause is the most frequent, for such . men on reading of large crops, quently imagine that such lan...

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 — 27 April 1912

Jferald DlltOULATION I Til! B COUNTY or (nil 87 u. News. Gcmbcrllnff'Bi wns up from t Kin the city the spent several i week. SPrcssiiiB nently ; & Williams. jownn the Land lises should be Pridny. Ipf wall paper nt ?n & uo'8. I'paRo what Luna- fCo. believe. was among oun Silver crock this find wifo and S. rifo are over from visit. if TE SEWING MA- GIVEN AWAY RTZ'S. READ STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BURNS, OREGON At The Close of Iiusincna April 18th, 1912 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $271,701.85 U.S.Bonds (50,000.00 Ronds-and Securities 41,002.78 Premium on U. S. Bonds j 2,000.00 Real Estato, Furniture niid. Fixtures 7, 182. 15 Five per cent Redemption Fund 1,250.00 CASH 1.10,185.03 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits ... Circulation DEPOSITS $50U0l.il $ 25.000.00 . (!i),!U.l.(!7 25,000.00 .181,791.71 Capital and Surplus $601,106.41 $90,000 Untied States Depositary Orepon State Depositary Accounts Invited emore, agent, for .Tailoring Co....

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 — 27 April 1912

s I j i C n fi tl b tl tl G G in to ea W so an tK Th tie qu, not laii wa pic salt A T for BURNS SURE OP RAILROAD The Great Resources of Territory, lrrl gallon and Timber Attractive to Road President Davidson of tho Ore gon & Western Colonization Co. wliilo in tho city this week ex pressed his confidence of thin city getting ti railroad. Ho says it is tho no icy ot railroads in.'iv days to ko after business in all parts of its territory and that jt was not reasonable to oxpei Lj lim, l oimnlv nnoa rlii'nlirrli n l.io nirrieiiltiirnrRGctioii such ns Hur ney Valley without covering tho territory completely. Farmers are not expected to haul their products and material to a distant railroad in these days. They are furnished with trans portation just as quickly and as conveniently as it is possible. With the largo productive area in the northern part of this val ley furnishing immediate tonnage it is generally conceded that this territory will have immediate consideration once the mai...

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 May 1912

M i iiijnmunanj Wivxt, fflt SEIuica-JtcrnlJi 1Lt rrnt 34nrttg Cetmlrg Cocrn an ami ol 0,428,000 arret ol luml, 4,031,061 uircs yet vacant inbect to unity under tlio public land lam of tlin United Btiil.M. rThu Olllclul I'npi'ruf llnVnoj Oiinlx Kb tlio lurijt uiiculiittuit ami la unit ut i bust lulvortlttlttK modtiimti In Eastern Tcgon. BURNS, HARNEY COUN'1 OREGON, MAY A, 1912 NO 25. 9'tVWiO fodern School Way-- Will Be A Structure lem Design and Beauty fveof The Times- lie grounds where school building the other dny E 'with the excel- tmnnship as well nt and modem the entiro plan. s iV Aicuonniu, r arc putting up a i not only substun- , will always ho a regardless of its buildings that lr. McDonald very Che Times-Herald Rover the work, ictnils and blue lye one-an idea of are will be. Drk on tho ground c- is almost com- hbuilt of pink nn- urticular beauty, Btones used are the structure a rI appearance that i appreciate. This 11 be pointed up ir. Tlio nasemoni gymnasium, play I and gir...

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 May 1912

vi tl b. tl tl G G in. ( to eai m sea are tra Thi ties quit not, lain waj plea sale A! Ti fori t? r: r 4 9 7j O "ft- AllKibx SCHENK & Merchant Tailors - I. O- O, F. Burns lite !$iii!C0-2&WRfl JULIAN BYRD Malinger , TUBDAY. MAY t, 1812 ORIPTl' IATKH- iur wa-l JU Mouth Three Month.... J2.0V .1.00 .75 The movement for land schools 'ing and the Archie McGowan and the awakening interest to- stono ofr,ce building now under ward soil culture being manifest- wny added to thc maOTjf,cent ed is certainly a good thing andubjc school building which will will finally bring results. En-' be completed thissummer. Burns tnusiasts are Dnnging the impor-iis tance of more intensive soil cul- ture to the attention of the ptac- tical man who will do the work. The men who are now mostac-. tiveinthis campaign will never ' raise a rutabaga but they're do-' mg good work nevertheless. A common sense, practical solution of the problem will be worked out in the future with the aid of the agricultural s...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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