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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 8 June 1912

iritoMMMMflMMMfcriaMaUauittwllttttMMl te Times-Gerald AC 1HK LAWHCST OUICULATION Or VNKWBPAPKRINTHI8COUNTY ATUHIiAV JUNE. "IJ Local News. Rain! Rain! Rain! Vulcanizing ut GcmbcrlinR's. C. W. Fitzgornld is up from Narrows. See Archie McGowan tlio ljand man about iL . ....,,. ...,.... ... iuuku .iiiumpsuu illlll WHO 11 IV in the ci.ty. Uaso bull dance at Tonnwamn Juno M. C 13 Austnus was a business visitor last Monday. Cleaning and Pressing neatly done by Schenk & Williams. J. J. Heinz and son John were among our visitors the first of t his week. Piano for sale or trade for cat tle or good gentlo work horses. Inquire of W. W. Drinkwntcr, of Hums. A $70 WHITE SEWING MA CHINE TO BE GIVEN A WA Y AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ READ THE AD. Mrs. II. Dixon desires to ex press her sincere thanks to the many friends for sympathy and kindness shown during her re- .t l eavement. Ice Time Is your ice box ready? Delivery begins Monday you can have ice every day if you want it. See the driver1 or phone H...

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 — 8 June 1912

m Mm i n IM & f I t v BHI CROrS SPELL PROSrERITV, (Portlnnd Correspondent) Bumper crops nnd prcvnUitiK ,gooUpriccs arc expected to put the farmers of tho Pacific North west in high good humor this fall and. through him, tho thleo states are expected to prosper as never bofore. Evory indication is for big yields in nil tho staple products nnd forsomo prices will be very lush. The biggest vhont crop over harvested is predicted fr Ore gon, Washington and Idaho nnd it is thought tho yield will reach 70,000,000 bushol3, worth $52, 500.000. Oats nro expected to add S18.676.000 moro. Fruit marketed this fall and winter will add $15,000,000 to this new wealth and hay the neat sum of $35,890,000. The wool crop is estimated to be worth $G, GOO, 000, and hops $4,650,000. This is a total income for the producers of the three states of almost $150, 000.000. If the manufactured products were added to tho weal th of the soil, it is probable the total would fall not far below $500,000,000 for 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 — 15 June 1912

"WWWWBJfT "' ""IJ" " Ji'Dlimni mill jiuuirj Mtfulk The hnca-3;iciBl5 ThttOllU'lnl l'rtporut llnrnny County Iur tlio liUKost circulation ami laouwol liu li(t rtdviirtlnliiK mediums In Kaitorn Oregon, TElif (Orcnt Hnrticu (Co tin I ry Couth nil nrcn ol 0,428,BOO miot ol Innil, 4,(131,001 iutcn jut vacant nulijcct to entry miller tint public IhiiiI lawi ol tl.u United BtateM. a VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEGON, .JUNE 15, 1012 NO 31. Children 's Industrial Contest BOSTON WOOL BUYER VISITS THIS COUNTY ( I -l She Wvxtt v Burns to Celebrate July 4th Patriotic Addresees, Band Concerts, Ball Game and Athletic Sports, Fire Works and a Big Dance Burns will make the EiirIo scream for ono day at least this year and committees are now busy working out tho details of the program. There will bo a ball game in tho afternoon fol lowed by sports for the boys and girls on the street, a grand dis play of lire works, band concert and a big dance. This was de cided at a meeting of tho Busi ness Men's...

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 — 15 June 1912

tt 1 II H ! :s JUST ARRIVED A FINE LINE of Mem imiVtMfnMMMMHMai ;u ready-made mii I a. Tli esc arc very Snappy C lollies, the Latest in Make-Up and in Color Combination for both Spring and Summer Style and Service. Also some N ewSprina 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 fl I. O. O F. Building Burns - - - Oregon She (&uttejs-prtctnCd. JULIAN IJYKD s. Tt'RDAY. JUNK If-. 1912 OHIITtON KATKS there arc among these some who make a practice of constantly - comulaining. criticizing, condem- ManaBir jng or finding fault, one way or anouier; anytning bo it seems, just to bo everlastingly "knock ing," so to speak. This is en- On Yetr . Six Jfontht. . TbreMonUii 2.00 100 .74 tirely wrong and should not be- Our town will fourth which it year. It's a true sign of to the city and country people. Everyone should do their part willingly and make it a grand gala day for ove...

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 — 15 June 1912

wxonBSBK333S33! "imwimuLuinii wi wwwiwunmiPMBw Sj'ThB Times-JIerald IAB 11IK I,A11GKST UIItCl'I.ATION Of ANY NKWBrAfKH IN THIS COUNTY ATUKDAV Jl'NKtft Local News, Vulcnnizinsr at GoinborlitiK'n. See Archio McCiownn tlio Lund man about it JcfT Cawlfiold was over from Happy Valley Wednesday. Cleaning and Pressing neatly done by Scknk.& Wii.uams. Geo. Fry and (laughter, Miss Mary, arrived home from Baker last Tuesday evening. Piano for sale or trade for cat tle or good gentle work horses. Inquire of W. W. Drinkwnter, of Burns. John Peters, representing Mur phy Grant, was calling on the trade m the city during the week. 1 $70 WHITE SEWING MA CHINE TO BE GIVEN A WA Y AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ READ THE AD. n W nM T m n T y m I n u 1amI I- -. -1 - 4 misa mum dukit iuuk hit de parture Thursday for Ontario whero she goes to visit with the family of J. A. Williams and may possibly make her home there with them. Ice Time Is your ice box ready? Delivery begins Monday you can have ice every day if...

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 — 15 June 1912

Hj - I I I 1 IIS- i CUSTERS LAST ROUT Tk Famous Baltic of Tlic Lllllo llig Horn, Where Famous Figlilcr and Gallant Soldiers Lost Ues Thirty-six years ago on the 26th day of this month, t ho .most ffanimrntn nf ImttloS WUS IMHU'tcd between soldiers and Indians, n the Little Biff Horn in Montana, when the irnllant 7th Cavalry and their fearless leader. Go i. Geo. A. Custer, met their doom, and when the smoke of battle had cleared away, the sun's ravs fell upon tho forms of as brave a band of soldiers as tho world had ever known, every one died a hcros death. Much lias been said and writ ten about the fate of this little band, and many contradicting opinions expressed, while as each year passes more incidents come to light and appeases tho public's imiginntion for tho time nt least; as from ones imigination the picture of the final struggle must be drawn for not one white man lived to describe the tight. No Indian who survied the bat tle has been found, so far, that would or could tell...

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 — 22 June 1912

" II II. , P Hitl' A CITY OF 7 BURNS y In The Biggest COUNTY OF HARNEY imip-giimi The Biggest City The Biggest County In The Stale Of Oregon, Best In The West County In The Stato Of Oregon TltfBteihhtrJnlTi-iLeB VOL. XXV BURNS, IIAUNEY BOUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 22, 1JU2 NO 32. 3 H 4 j3jej 1 Mien. fi lte3 ink i Ma SECURING RIGHT OF WAY FOR RAILROAD The Harriman System Negotiating For Rights Through Private Lands in This County The State Land Agent Meets Harris Here A. 0. Harris of Salt Lake, right of way man for tho Harri man system, arrivinc hero tho fWnf Hiia u-ook nnil immoili. ' atoly got husy sccuniiRriBht of ity settled as soon as possible way for his road. Ho has closed tho RrndlnR could bo prosecut scveral deals with local people 1 to much better advantage who have land through which durinj? tho latter part of the sca the survey passes. i son there. Mr. Harris is a very pleasant! T. A. Rinehart, state land Kontleman and states that lie has "Rent, arrived here Thursday to been very...

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 — 22 June 1912

p-wl ' " I! I i H: IA- 1 I i I t v c f, u d n ai hi hi tv he fie he foi th tac in Sx car wa sav anc by Gal the- : JUST ARRIVED 1 VINE LINE of Mem and Hoys ready-made suits. These arc very Snappy ( lollies, the Latest in Make- Up and in Color Combination for both Spring and Summer Style and Service. Also some NcwSpring Hals 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 I. O- O F. Building S Burns Ore&on " J She tmcjs-JcvaCd. JULIAN BYRD, Manager SATURDAY. JUNE 22. 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oa. Year SU Moatlu . .. Thr Moathj $2.00 1.00 .75 "TEDDY" QUITS CHICAGO CONVENTION no Candidate Nominated up This Morning According to Telephone Advices. No very definite news was ob tainable from the republican con vention at Chicago at the time of going to press today. It is re ported by telephone that Col. Roosevelt has withdrawn from the convention but few of his followers went with hi...

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 — 22 June 1912

uSSSSZCSSEiS ii)i)iijiMxiiiwW''JHT;BBBBB ib Times-flerald Hat Th Urgeit Circulation Of Any Ncwapapcr In llnrnry County. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. 1912 Locnl News. Vulcanizing nt GenibprliiiK's. Ira Mnhon was in the city dur - irf flin wnnlr "' ""- '""'" See Archie McGownn the Land man about it A. T. Rnycraft was in from Valley View during the week. Cleaning and Pressing neatly dono by Schknk & Williams. The weather man insinuates he will give us some more rain. The haying season is going to be later this season than usual owing to the water staying un so long. Piano for sale or trade for cat tle or good gentle work horses. Inquire of W. W. Drinkwater, of Burns. J. E. Stoy was up from his homestead Thursday. He reports having in a very good crop on his place with a nice garden. Next Friday night the Tona- wama Orchestra will play for a social dance. Five pieces will play. ,1 $70 WHITE SEWING MA CHINE TO BE GIVEN A WA Y AT SCHWARTZ'S. READ READ THE AD II. J. Jokisch has been in the city ...

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 — 22 June 1912

-..JhL.. IIHlftlUJSMaaUiaiiai J y n FREAK NEGRO BABY Only Eight Hours Old, Mnlcca Startling Revelations And Then Expires. According to reports received the negroes around 1'clhnin, Georpiu, in Mitchol count:', nrc much stirred up ovor nn Infnnl phenomenom which, it is sn .1. spoke when only a few hou-s old, and among other things pio dieted the tnd of the world. Several negroes received let ters from friends in Pellmm tel ling of this child, which, they afllrm. turned and spoke to its mother when it had been born only eight hours. The child so the story iroes. told its mother that it would die in two hours and she would die in four hours and the world would come to an end in six months. Mother and child arc both said to have de parted this life on schedule time, and now the colored population have, no doubt whatever, that the remainder of the prophecy will be fulfilled. Another portion of the pro phecy which the child is alleged to have uttered and which shows that it possessed a vo...

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 — 29 June 1912

"" ' ' ii im hmw tS5 1. " iri ii i im i, CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In Tho Biggest Tho Biggest County In Tho State re - n i tl. ttr.i County In Tho Stntc Of Oregon ji vsregun, ucai in 1110 vresi . . i .. VOL. XXV BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNK 29, 1012 NO 33. She mttit&Wtf&lb. I H v inj PROGRAM COMPLETE FOR CELEBRATION Liberal Contributions Toward Fund by Business Men Patriotic Speaking, Music, Horse Races, Base Ball, Sports, Fireworks, Dance Tho program for the 4th of July celebration in Burns has been completed and there is go ing to be something doing all day. The volunteer financial committee met with very liberal donations toward the funds nec essary and visitors will find an entertaining program to enjoy for the day. There will be sports for the boys and girls on the street in the late afternoon, horse races, a ball game, band concerts, fire works and a big bnll in the even ing. The exercises will begin at 9:30 in the morning with a band conce...

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 — 29 June 1912

Wi'mmamm J 5 i. Is fi !4 i I ', m f fifTl JUST ARRIVED tSSHMMMMH A FINE LINE of Mens and Hoys ready-made suits. 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 Spring 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 W - Oregon I. O. O F. Burns J ,he httC0-gtofd. JULIAN BYRD, Manngcr SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On Yr Six Monlbu Ttr Montht $2,00 1 00 .75 The democrats had to have some scrap too, so as not to let the republicans have all the fun. The Times-Herald would sug gest that the small boys be re strained from too much fireworks on the streets and vacant lots within the town limits on the -tth. We believe in them having a good time but we must guard against fire and accidents. More acres have been seeded in Harney county this season than ever before and ...

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 — 29 June 1912

WSWPB lie Times-Jlerald Hat Tha Largett Circulation Of Any Newtpaper In llarnry County. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1012 Local News. Vulcanizing at GoinborlinR's. Davo Newman is njjain in the 5city. Seo Archie McGowan the Jjand man about it I. L. Poujnde and family wore among our visitors this week. Cleaning and ProssiiiR neatly done by Schknk & Williams. Geo. Cawlfield was up from Narrows the first of this week. Piano for sale or trade for cat tle or pood crentle work horses. Inquire of W. V. Drinkwater, of Rnrns. T ,, J.,,..,JH j-i. i. wiuuu& aim wuu (mm a visit to Burns this week in com pany with Herman Ruh in his auto. A $70 WHITE SEWING JM CHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT SCHWARTZ'S. HEAD READ THE AD Col Roosevelt now says that he could have secured the nomina tion for president at the Chicago convention, but would not stand . for the conditions attached to the tender. John Hoss spent a few days in this city durinjr the week. He has been out with the sheep for a long time and came in s...

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 — 29 June 1912

f If s; i I l TO VIEW CENTRAL OREGON (Portland Correspondent.) Tho most extcnaivo "Socimr Oregon" trip over undertaken from Portlnnd will bo the bij? ex cursion to Lakeview next August. Business men of the metropolis will go by automobiles, covering about 2,000 miles Alternate routes will bo taken going and coming, so that an immense ana of tho state will be covered. At Lakeview the Central Ore gon Development League will be In session August 20, 21 and 22, and the journey will cover ten days. Some will go by train to Bend and motor southward to Lakeview. following dill'crenl routes. Returning, tho Klamath country and Crater Lake will be visited and delegates from Port land will take tho train at Bend for horned Secretary C. C. Chapman, of the Oregon Development League, is making plans for tho trip and those who go will have a better knowledge of interior Oregon than ever before. The first great dairy show over held west of the Rocky Mount ains is sccduled for Portland November 18-2...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 July 1912

-J "" nr mi lam. ""WJUJIIr-l "- '-'fW' H.llllllll gftnw, mSHSe? CUT OF BURNS COUNTY QF HARNEY The Biggest County In The Stnte Of Oregon, Beit In The West The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The Stnte Of Orcgc ?FiT!:f'-j4-ri-a? VOL. XXV BURNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUIY G, 1912 NO 34. bt -lltfrfr1irY I r r w w "Ww&fr I x. H i i'MTh iJt ' SwrlSfiiimMfn-iiT :-. h THE CELEBRATION A COMPLETE SUCCESS Ideal Day Enjoyed by a Large Number From Various Parts of Country Fine Oration by Hon. N. J. Sin nott Baseball, Fireworks The weather seemed to be made to order for the Fourth and there was a largo number of vis itors in Burns to participate. A "number" of people were in from other towns and this was hardly expected as there were a number of celebrations, one at Harney, Drewscy, Narrows and Lawcn. The first few innings were a lit tle slow, but the boys finally got down to good work and it proved very interesting and close, and was won by the Regulars by a score of 4 to 5. ' The ba...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 July 1912

p't mStmauemattttaamm inrHninnn-'t" J SATISFACTION k- That Is What You Want -v And That WE ABE GOING TO G2VE YOU w . wwm m-naMWWWMiiwM M SHIRTS We have all kinds of plnin and fancy, in the latest correct styles. You will find they never rip or tear with any thing like careful laundering. Seeing is believing. Come in and have a look at our complete stock just unpacked. HATS Come to us for your new hat and we guarantee to suit both your taste and pocket-book. We have all of the new stylish shapes and shades on the market. Our hats not only look well but wear well, and for the price, can't be excelled Call and See Us, Whether You Buy or Not SCHEMK & WILLIAMS jt Merchant Tailors & Lending Clothiers jt jt Main Street I. Building, Burns, Oregon Sh httC0-iui:aCd. JULIAN BYRD, SATURDAY. JULY 6. J912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES have to consider ways and means to finance it. The people of this section real Managrr ize the importance of soil educn- tion and that such an addition to Now for 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 — 6 July 1912

"yjMBfl&BgMM r. f ' fl -he Tiraes-JIeald Hat The Largeit Circulation Of Any Newipapcr In Harney County. Ing SATURDAY, JULY 0, I0IJ Local News. Vulcanizing at GumborliiiK'a. Will Gates was n visitor to our city the fore part of the week. Cleaning and Pressing neatly done by Schenk & Williams. 0. S. Preston and wifo wore in from their Glcnlock home yes terday, Piano for sale or trade for cat tle or good gentle work horses. Inquire of W. W. Drinkwater, of Burns. A. Egli and family were over from the ranch to spend the 4th leaving for home yesterday ac companied by Miss Lou Uavey who will spend a few wcoks with them. IceIime Is your ico box ready? Delivery begins Monday you can have ice every day if you want it See the driver or phone Harry C. Smith, prop, the Burns Ice Co. 2J)tf. Mrs. S. F. Huttonnndson Link were in the city this week at tending to some probate matters in connection with the estate of the late husband and father. Her daughter, Mrs. I. Foster, was also here. Leo...

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 July 1912

gBBMBBtWWMMMWWMfrMl m I DEMOCRATS NAME WILSON AND MARSHALL (Continued from pnffo 1.) E. Chamberlain, of OrcRon bo nominated for Vice-President. The Nebrasknn was understood particularly to favor Governor Burke una type of the modern progressive. When, after the first bnllt someone moved to make the nom ination of Marshall unanimous. Mr. Bryan stared for the stajjo to make a statement. The mo tion was withdrawn before he could speak. When the motion was renewed after the second ballot, Mr. Bryan did not protest. THE CELEBRATION A COMPLETE SUCCESS (Continued from patio 1.) punch in the reading rooms for tho dancers. The comedy drama, "Hurley's Ranch" was played at Tonawa ma on the evening of the tfrd and tho house was packed. It was under the directorship of Carl Welkcr and the cast was all local talent The players did well in their respective parts nnd tho nlnv was thoroughly enjoyed. rni unfortunate incident that put those taking part out was th HtrhtK went out during the performanc...

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 July 1912

CARDS, 5 summ 11 wuimuiuu fJimeflteMJ, CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In Tlio Biggct County In The Slnto Of Oregon laggwwhafaiJiiii mn.iavB VOL. XXV BURNS, HAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 13, 1012 NO 35. 9nrjSMShdhMawu.v , 'jA - -. '-'' ' -tr ' ' in i Ti ii ' - - .. i ii" inn ill, j, ' """"""""mm irmn i i mi -1 4 I COUNTY OF HARNEY I The Biggeat County. In The State I Of Oregon, Bet In The Wcit 8on 6J( J. toll. '. roan I - "r Er ;ulkli PROGRESS AT COUNTY EXPERIMENT FARM A Visit To That Place Reveals Many Interesting and Important Facts Along Modern Lines and Scientific Methods For Obtaining The Best Possible Results In This Country What is perhaps the most in tercstins: and profitable place to visit in Harney county at the present time, is just cast of this city where the demon stration work of Supt. Breitlmupt has begun to take shape and cumstances, depth, dates, condi where one may actually see re- tion of the soil at tho time of suits. While it was not expected . svedintr as well as ...

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 July 1912

nPMHrDATC XI A Mr Ur.il BALLOON ASCENSION NEXT WEENESDAY lEWAREOFTOVOuSir li.'l I. 1 c ? h b F 81 tc 01 CO SATISFACTION That Is What You Want -. Ami That WE ARE &OING TO GIVE YOU itaeasst- xrtisamjnmmH&mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' SHIRTS Wc have all kinds of plain and fancy, in the latest correct styles. You will find they never rip or tear with any thing like careful laundering. Seeing is believing. Come in and hnvo a look at our complete stock just unpacked. HATS Come to us for your new hat and we guarantee to suit both your taste and pocket-book. - We have nil of the new stylish shapes and shades on the market. Our hats not only look well but wear well, and for the price, can't be excelled Call and See Us, Whether You Buy or Not SCHENK & WILLIAMS o Merchant Tailors & Lending Clothjcrs " jt Main Street I. O. O. F. Building, Burns, Oregon $IlC HI'itttttS-HilCtnfd. PROGRESS AT BURNS EXPERIMENT FARM JUUAN BYRD, SATURDAY. JULY 13. 101 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ok Y..r SU MonlL. Tfc...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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