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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 4 May 1912

tes-Jierald EBT 01HCUI.AT10N OF tn INTIUBCOUNTY. ll News. nt GomborlitiK's. is up from La wen id Pressing nenlly Knk & Williams. son nntl Bert Porter l Sunset yesterday. i'McGowan the lnnd ck of wnll paper at ilton & Co's. lis page what Lunn- & Co. believe. lor anil who were risitors from Sunset ting; good music; free bly contests Friday, kite big clean up day. MITE SEWING MA DE GIVEN AWAY VARTZ'S. HEAD .ei. ing comedy is tlio bill peed by the Margaret light at Tonawama. :h. Sizemore, agent, for lies' Tailoring Co., in- ftdies of Burns to call spring samples. EW. Hollowman, pastor l)tist church, arrived Saturday from Wash- ro he had accompanied f young Saegers. Illman and his brother Pin the city a few days Mr. Dillman has nng at Diamond; lus 100I closing last Friday ry pleasant program. ibrce, an Oregon pio at Dallas on April 25. i brother of the late Dr. lEmbree and an uncle of I Van Embrco of Sunset. ee was at one timu a f this county. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF TH...

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 May 1912

fA U & SC at tr Tl tit qu no Iai WJ p! sal for BOOST FOR TONAWAMA BAND (Continued from page 1.) How well wc remember him ami the happy tunes of yore. Life is work ami pleasure. If a town has no provision for plea sure, it is n poor place to work, a poor place to live and do business ina bad place to got into. Population never Hocks to dead towns. Real cstato values novi r rise in dead towns. People never speak well of dead towns. Ro member, live people want to live in live towns, and if you want to got to the live ones, and land them with you show them you are one of their class. But the town with a band the bigger the better-that's whore progress leaves its footprints; where people are happy, whero monotony never palls, where everybody boosts, are happy and living in harmony, and where they do things that makes every one notice they are alive to their own interests and believe in progress and goodfellowship, which tends to upbuild and ele vate the town, county and state all in ...

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 — 11 May 1912

NTItc &imc6-3ici'nli ii,OIUrliil I'lipcrnl lliiriu'j Omuil) KElK cJrcnl 2inrtteu CouulrQ ('ovum an arm of V28,00 arret oJ Inmti 4,0.11,061 ntrwi yet vacant njcct toctilry miliar lliu public land lwi ol tlio United Mali n. hul.trtftl uiutlitlum mill inonool t lulvortlnltitf inotlluinn In Unstorn BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 11, 1912 NO 20. B H rf - 1 V HI HI r a H XHk j jggg iroijieraia Force on Railroad lailroad Builders Placed to m Oregon & Eastern by vFirst, Perhaps Before f 2000 and MOO t been done on the approach on in tlio construe-' tho other side of tlio mountain. Oregon Eastern ( no Hanks Brothers who have mo contract lor tlio construction of the tunnel at Mile post 159 and also Home roadbed grading, nro progressing rapidly and have al ready -10 feet of tunnel work completed. Tho high water stage of the Malheur river in tho narrow gorge has made tho hauling of supplies most dilllcult to the Mal heur canyon camps and it is learned that six or seven horses have al...

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 — 11 May 1912

V M ' U fl ft , - IMMfflW JUST ARRIVED mmmmmmmmmmmm A FINK LINE of Menu and Hoys ready-made SltitS. 77irr r ) Snappy Clothes, the Latent in Make-Up and in Color i Combination for both Spring and Summer Style and Service. Also some New Spring Hats and Caps, in all the Latest Shapes and Shades in Vogue. Call and Inspect Our Nifty and Nobby Line SCHENK& WILLIAMS Merchant TailorsLeading Clothiers I. O. O F. Burns - - Building - Oregon J $hr (Eimcs-jftcraCd JULIAN IJYIH) Manager j.TUtimv IY II. mi CKIITIOK KATKB Out Year . . Six Month .. Three Monthi llx. 7t we arc nil lookiriK for and we are rapidly learning these lessons which are to bring this big coun try to the very front ranks in agriculture. If there is an ordinnnce against "curb stone brokers" and un scrupulous men are violating it, why not make an example of -them? If business cannot be iurdpa.n conducted legitimately they That the hardpan occasionally should be made to get out. found at various depths in some of the soil 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 — 11 May 1912

mmmmmt frwwfcJMMMjawww - r i I MhHNMMMiaiBMMMMMNMWMMMMMaMMHMMBBaMMM4M MMHMSM I rTimes-J-Jxra'ld 11IK T.AUOKBT ClllCUI.ATlUN I&Y NKWnrAI'KH lNTIIItmWMN UlU't IVV MY ll. J. )!' I 5,000 IrX, jr. I e Local News. Pulcanizinj: nt GemborlinK's. Crowley was up from his ko liomo yesterday. leaning and Pressing neatly io by Sciiknk & Wii.uams John .Monday, May (, to M Mrs. Karl Elliott, a daughter, See Archie McGowan the IjuuI about it. A large stock of wall paper at smalnlrg, Dalton & Co a. Read on this page wliat I.una- arjr, Dalton & Co. believe. .Dr. Gr' 111 th has returned from le soutnern part ot llio county Micro he was calledto see Hobt. ban. a in iirfrintn oniiPrTt ir I ii $u ll ill ir. on n iit iun- WINE TO HE GIVEN A WA V IT SCHWARTZ'S. HEAD tEADTHEAD. Mrs. Geo. Sizcmore, agent, for Mctor Ladies' Tailoring Co., in- ntos the ladies of Burns to call End see new sprint; samples. Norman Luckcy had his arm Injured the first of the week irhile playing with his school mate...

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 — 11 May 1912

J.X1I. Iffi 'I H-UII s m B r B IV L Hi H IB n , I J M : i ! ; M i i 1 I ! f A u I' 1 r- !" SPREADING DRY FARM GOSPtL (Continued from pace 1.) farmers right. This advice should bo heeded by the farmers and it was gratifying to noto thoy hnve taken kindly to the siiKKcation and many will prepare the ground for such purpose. It ia the intention of Supt. Breithaupt of the station here to co-oporato with the farmers. in each neighborhood, making fitj- qucnt visits to them and suponv tending the work on small pin's thfttwillbe uYvohd In tarnuus, for the purpose. It was explain ed that alkali is not a drawback to some sections as it does harm only when allowed to concentrate. Deep plowing disturbs this, scat tering it through tho soil and thus prevents its damage to any great extent By constant culti tation and prevention of water standing on the surface in nlkali spots will do much toward the reclaiming of such land. Prof. Scudder made the asser tion that thousands of acres of our best dr...

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 — 18 May 1912

' mil hi- ii mi She la Kite OSrcnl Zinmey tfoiiulru Ciimta mi iiti-H il (l.l'JS.WK) hi ( ol 1111111,4,111,(15 lurch ji't iiimit nulijicl lnoiitry iiiiiIit lliu pulillr land inn ol tlio Unitiil Utnti-M. Tlio Ollldul I'uporitt Uhi-iiu CiMmI) 1ms llm liirnsl ctiuiitutloii uml Uoiio ol ho boHt mhortlaltiK nunllumH In Knaturu Oregon. VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OR13GON, MAY 18, 11)111 NO 27. More Good Dry Farm Talks Prof. Sciidder Visits the Drewsey and Harney Sections and Addresses The Farmers on Agriculture C. R Molvinney and wife, Win. Farre, Sam Motliersheail, Win. Hanlcy, J. J. Donegal), C. II. Leonard ami The Times-Herald, man were the Burns dry farm boosters who accompanied Prof. Scudder to Drewsey Monday. Mr. Hanley's car was disabled from tire trouble on the road over day evening was another good one though not so largely attend ed. The professor made a good talk and the fanners present plied him with questions which he answered. It proved worth while as he gave those present...

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 — 18 May 1912

JiilVJ UWiUJI WWIW TPfl la1 ium in x If t a M It d d: tu Ji of as 3 l.v at de; cht abc the 'I crej on i of j amc fat cow be ( Thir per on t rule buttt whea forty the c at toe churn soone tompc Vl tillOUid washe evenly OS" VAW t w Wl m Hi? I 1 .A '. SCHENK& WILLIAMS Merchant Tailors"Leading. Clothiers I, O- O F. Burns She Simw-iUrpftl JULIAN UYItD Manager sTUKOVY. HWh, 1I2. cHUTlON RATKb Out tHf Six Montbt rhte Mouth liOO 100 76 HIGH iCIIOOL COMIHICDIENT. The graduating exercises of the 1912 high school class were held at Tonawama last night and The Times-Herald regrets a lack of space prevents detailed account. It was a hanDV and nrofitable evening and the house was filled every detail had been carefully tv , .. it- ,' planned before their erection for with relatives and admirers of ,(h(J bcnefitof the occupants. The the participants in the program., interior arrangement of the The members of the class were house, distance from the wood generously applauded and a 11 shed, the 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 — 18 May 1912

'wwTn'lliii"i' e Timcs-Jieraldi Ax T1IK I.AllOKBT CIUl'UI.ATION Or NMTfirAPKH IN T1II8 COUNTY nriTKnw m vv is v Local News. s I A Vulcanizing at Combci-ling's. dailoy Hayes was in tlio city yesterday. See Archie McGowan the Land man about it. A largo stock of wail paper at Lunaburg, Dalton & Co's. Cleaning and Pressing neatly done by Schknk & Williams. Karl Horstman was among our visitors the early part of this week. ,1 $70 WHITE SEWING MA CHINE TO HE GIVEN A WA Y A T Si 11 )) . t RTZ'S. RE A I) READ THE AD. j Workman on the new $35,000, public school building are making rapid headway during the pre-' sent fine weather. u Hon. J. L. Rand of Baker has been here this week looking after some legal matters in the courts for the P. L. S. Co. Mrs. Geo. Sizemore, agent, for Victor Ladies Tailoring Co., in vites the ladiea of Burns to call and see new spring samples. Thos. Sprague and Dan Jordan are building a large addition on the sicond story of A. 0. Faulk ner's residence in this...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 18 May 1912

jf Ms 1 HI 'I, armer's Suggestion. (Continvieii from page 1.) sign up for -10 to SO acres. A half a dozen plows would im prove the county materially. The proper agency for taking it into consideration and recom mending it to the county court would most likely ho the Com mercial Club, which consists of the most spirited men we ha o in n body. This is what 1 under stand in part, as internal up building, and it moans to us all more money for improvements and general circulation. Paul Lochkk. oettinq rid op plant lico. Plant lice are playing havoc with rose bushes, currants and various garden crops at this sea son, and A. L. Lovetr, assistant enomologist at the Oregon Agri cultural College, has prepared directions for recognizing and getting rid of the pest. On currant bushes the work of the lice at present appears as ir regular galls on the leaves, dis colored a deep reddish hue. On the underside of the leaf are found many small, pale green, soft-bodied insects with their beaks inserte...

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 — 25 May 1912

"-WUIAHlMniuiMmiUWI mint &le STiiius-Hernla Tliu Olllrlnl 1'npiTiU llnrmi) (.Viii.tj liits llio l.trxnt cliiMilntlon iUh! in unu ol ho best ntlvorilahiR iihhIIuiiu In Knalptn Orcijon. tT(je (Ureal SHnriuu 4Cetiiilry Cowrti n men of 0,42j8,BOO cit ol Imul, 4,(1:1 1 ,l)rl mroL yet vacant tabled loonlry niiilur lliu public land lawt ol tlm UiiIIimI KIUI.'M. VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 25, 1912 NO 28. Vote to Amend City Charter She 0-metalk Initiative Petition Presented to City Authorities Asking Provision to Bend for Water and Sewer An initial ivo petition was cir culated in tins city the first of this week and submitted to the city council on Wednesday night asking that the proposition of amending the charter to provide for the issuance of bonds to cov er the cost of water works and sewerage, be submitted to the voters at a special election. The petition was signed by some 00 tax payers and voters and the city authorities took action at once by passing the necessary...

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 — 25 May 1912

'Jtf L1. L JUil'ilWW WW & it to I ! 5" VrJ . ! SCHEME & Merchant Tailors - I. O- O F. Burns - Tlir fttmcs-IUrafd. JULIAN UYRD Malinger TURDAY. MAY 25, IMA OKIPTION RATKs- ue Yor 1 00 It has just lately dawned upon us to say a word or two to the business man who does not carry an ad in his home paper or even subscribe for it. Suppose all men took this view, where would we get a look in? We believe all can afford and should, for the sake of pride, take their home I paper, and if in business carry an ad. Hardlv a month mssns htntu-ooKminmnrf1 new business locations. Nowlthor?,arc some business men who Mr. Businessman, these inquiries rcad,!y reahzo h? importance of r-nmofrnm mon rn ,i cn I carrying an ad in The Timcs- your ad in the paper and are very , apt to drop in here, and become impressed' with the location and start opposition to your business, where on the other hand had you hr? n hn;np nH in Th Timnc l Herald, they would have gone ' plef 7'iat yu, hav?-and how to elsew...

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 — 25 May 1912

vr Times- Jierald I AH T1IK LAIIOKST UIUCUI.ATION OK ANVNKWSPAl'KUINTHlBCOUJrrY VT11IUAY. M.Y Hi Locnl News. Vulcanizing nt GomborlinR's. Sco Archie McGownn tho lnml jam about it. Herman Huh was in the city frotn Lawen Wednesday. A lnrgo stock of wall paper at Lunnburtr, Dalton & Cos, Peter Davis was down from Harney Tuesday. Niss Hatt and wifo were in this week on land business. Cleaning and Pressing neatly done by Schknk & Williams. Mrs. Hiairtrich and daughter were registered at tho French hotel during thoweek. ,t $70 WHITE SEWING MA CHINE TO BE GIVEN A WAY AT SCHWARTZ'S. HEAD HEAD THE AD. Frank Cawlfield and family are at the homo of J.'O. Cawl field in this city. Their little daughter is quite ill and is being treated by physicians. Dr. Griflith was called to Buck creek Tuesday to see Jacob-1 Lemons, The old gentleman suf fered a stroke of paralysis Tues day morning and his physician fears ho will never recover. Walter Cross and daughter Ma bel were down from Trout Cree...

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 — 25 May 1912

iminiTiwTtii-nwTi in n """' INDUSTRIAL NOTGS. ( Children ntuto bo interested in forest protection. Forestry offi cials of tho Government hnve taken steps to secure tho assis tance of boys nnd Kirls of the state in hclpitiR to protect forests from fire. The importance of tho trees to tho people of tho state and how to safc-Kiinrd this great resource is taught in nn attractive story to be issued and distributed through tho schools. What is declared to bo the mist valuable tract of farm hind in the state, n.id probably in tho Whole country, lies near Heaver ton, in Washington. This fifteen acre farm is beaver-dam land and has grown onions, valued at $9,000 a year, for forty years. Tho tract has produced a total of approximately $2G0,000. Onions yield 400 sacks per acre on this land and its richness seems inex haustible, It is thought there is no other piece of laud in the United States that can show a similar record. One representative of Manila lodge of Elks has reached Port land for ...

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 — 1 June 1912

jNTSbftT p ii n mi injjuniunjimjjnjni immjiutu tnjuui iiju'ii mil mmmuuii , I'tlL I Will J III II Vlte Winies-Hernia Tlio Ofllclal I'npor of Itivrnuj County has tho largost ctrcnlAttoii ami Uonu o( lie titiat advertising mediums in Knatorn Oregon. mmt &liX iTIl threat Slnrutg Ceutitrg Cover an area ol 0,428,BOO arret of Inntli 4,o:it,t51 mro yet vacant aabject I o entry tinilur llio public land laws of tlio UiiIUhI BU1i. VOL. XXV IJURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OUEGON, JUNE 1, 1012 NO 29. The Memorial Day Exercises Impressive Demonstration of Patriot ism Exhibited in Bums in Honor Soldier Defenders of Flag The Honored Dead William llriiuii. K. J. Jnv. 4. - ! j(Ss ""w ff (Jnpt. Harrison Kcllcy, K.J. J w. a. w. v. 1). V. 1 ogan, Allrt lVtry The Honored Living Cupt. A. W. OovMiti, tleo. V. Muce Sr., J line Luper, HT.I, Jameson, l 0. 1-ryc, I.utlicr 1111, Iss.ie Kcmlnll, Tlini llouunl, J. O. Welcome. II. M. Hibb.inl. li. I, Reynolds. SPANISH WAI1 KTKIIN3 Carl Wetter. 17th It, S. Ilejiulnr In...

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 — 1 June 1912

OuJUUWBHiiEtuu K E hi ' I I c t F ti U H CO rei thi se opi so in . the ma mm Aul for eral clea of 3 ing hole, cent Tfc Harr road fore road this 8 is be point, towai comes Beem to kee to mal autotr veryjr tervale ffo wro pen a ver, a areecci , SCHENK & WILLIAMS Merchant TaiIorsLeading Clothiers t I. O- O- F. Burns - - IT he mc$-$Urafd. JULIAN BYRI) Manager TUBDVY. JUNK 1. lIJ "KIITION KATKH One Year . Six Month! Three Months 12.00 LOO .79 Harney county products should have first consideration from Harney county consumers. This applies particularly to flour, veg etables, fruit, pork, bacon, lard, etc, all of which can and should; be raised by our producers in sufficient quantities for home con sumption and will be this year. The prospects for crops were I never better and our farmers should be encouraged. Let us all have this motte: Harney county products for Harney county consumers. The interests of labor, the freedom of our people now and forever, demands that each of us do our ...

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 — 1 June 1912

tes-Jierald ErrHK LARGEST CIKCULATION OF ' A N V NKW 8PAPRII IN TJIIB COUNTY ..ATOKIlAt JUNK, il Rain! Rain! Rain! Local News."" 1 Good Crops Vulcanizing at Gcmberlinjr's. Sco Archie McGownn tho Tnnd jnnn about it i ' Itaso ball danco at Tonawama Juno 14. T, C Albritton is up from bis foiomo near Saddle Butto. A lanre stock of wall paper at iLunnburc, Dalton & Co's. Cleaning and Pressinjr neatly jilonc by Schunk & Williams. .1. W. Bictrs is absent in the )cnio section looking after tbo Isomo clients. Pinno for sale or trade for ent itle or Reed gcntlo work horses. Inquire of W. W. Dnnkwatcr, of tBurns. A $70 WHITE SEWING MA- WHINE TO UE GIVEN A WAY WsVl OU irIH o- "n"" IEADTHEAD. Sunt. Gil rest of tho P. L. S. Ic-o. left for Portland this niorn- linK to look after some legal mat- itcrs in the federal court. W. L. Best and son Wood were over from their silver crceK home yesterday. Wood loaded uv with furniture this morning jbefore starting home. .Tames Hicks returned homo 'ye...

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 — 1 June 1912

u 1 -V8 ( I i i t r y f e c o ir h. c H ro fo ro. th is po, to cor sec tol toi aut ver, ten ro pen evei are MJlRYELOUS MUSICAL ABILITY. (Continued from pngo 1.) witji further training, wo pio dict n brilliant future and prom ising position in the world of music nt some near future date, for this accomplished little lady. Thn stage scenery was arrang ed in an artistic manner and har monized attractively as n hack ground for the beautiful (lowers -which wcro in evidonee for the occasion and mingled with the fragrant odor of tho lilacs and apple blossoms etc. which scented the entire hall, it lent a most re freshing and inspiring ntmos phero to all present. Among those who assisted in tho program with tho violin were the Misses Viola liichardson, Agnes Foley, Violet liar key. Kathleen Jordan, James Walkup and Milton Brown. At tho piano were Juno Dalton, Woodhridge Geary, Nora Martin, Miriam McConnoll, Gwendolen Lamp- shire. William McIIose, Violet Tcrrill, Dowcy Robinson. The classos w...

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 — 8 June 1912

5tiii 9T(e imc-3fierntf Tlio OIUcliU Prtporol Hntuo) 0miity has thu Uritxiat clroiilrUlon and Uunoiil ho bnt advertising mediums In Kwioin Oregon. "t 8reat Stnrueg Ceuttlrg Cover- an nrcn of 0,428,'800 cro ol Iniiil. 4,0.11,051 ncrn yet vacant uhcct to entry under llm public land lawi ol tint Unltrri Btatin. VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 8, 1012 NO 30. Pie Sfatw, -Mtf Hill May Extend From Bend The Recent Visit of Great Northern Officials Likely to Result in Road Building in Without Delay "What Central Oregon needp more than any thing else is ad ditional railroad facilities," said W. P. Davidson, president of the Oregon and Western Colonization Company, yesterday, after re turning to his office from ti trip through tho state's interior in company with a party of Great Northern immigration officials, says the Oregonian. "It is hard to admit," said Mr. Davidson, "but it is true, that a majority of the homesteaders who have taken up land in Cen tral Oregon in the last four...

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 — 8 June 1912

r Wm urn z tflu I if JUST ARRIVED A FINE LINE of Men and Hoys ready-made suits. These are veru Snappy Clothes, the Latest in Make- Up and in Color Combination for both Spring and Summer Style and Service. Also some NcwSpring 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 1 I. O- O F. Building & Burns - - - Oregon HILL MAY EXTEND FROM BLND. (Pontlnuod Brom pngo 1.) commundinii tho enrly construc tion of n railroad south from Bend. Mr. Hilt is associated with Mr, Dnvfdson in tho Oregon Western Colonization Company, which controls 800,000 acres of timbor and farm land in Contra Oregon, and himself to take a nip through that section this hummer. Fol lowing his visit It is probable that definite action toward re lieving tho situation in the inter ior will bo taken. Mr. Hill, it is understood, will dovote much of his time in tho future to Iho development of the territory tr...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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