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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 September 1912

ilNawywrn mwisiiliii i inmijrsji I 1 m vt Times-Jerald Hu Th. Urgut Circulation Of Any Nawtpapar In tlarnay County. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, tela L.00&I News. Vulcanizing at Gcmberling'a C A. Kortenof Chicago is hcrtVl to look arte hla big farm out cast of this city. Two mowing machines, a Dnin Buck and rake for sale. Sco Geo. Fiy. A. D. Brakcmnn was up from Waverly during the week after a load of grain. C. H. Leonard returned home Tuesday from a business trip to Reno, coming back by way of Portland. The Cottage Inn serves an ex cellent chicken dinner for 35c every Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:00. N. P. Biddle was in town the first of the week, having brought his daughter up to enter high school. Roy Bunyard has established a lumber yard in Harney and is prepared to fill orders there es- pcially for rough lumber. Any court would grant a di vorce to the woman whose hus band refused to buy her one of those fireless cookers at Cleven-ger's. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPIT...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 21 September 1912

4, AjiiAi.: ii . ii'l a i . ' . 1 I S 4 l 1 a q s SUNQUENT TAX LIST FOR YEAR 1911 TtiU adTerttiod Hit ot delinquent taxes lor the year 1911 U In pursuance, ot an aet ot the Stale Legislature, which la unbodied In chariot 275 ot tlio CUaeral Uwsof tho 1 9 1 1 Seitton The Usee on the following ailvorllioil real pro petty lcmodollnqucutou April 8, 1912, and aro subject to a penalty ol 10 per cent, and Interest at the rnlu ot IS per cent per annum until they shall hare been paid. Any day alter the expiration o( ilx Month i alter tho taxes clinrgotl SRaliist the following real property aro ilelln qaent tha sheriff Is authorised, upon de mand ot any person making application application, to Istuc, to them a cerllfl eate ol dellnquenry upon payment o( the taxes, penalty, Interest ami 'cost of admitting. Certlflcates ol delinquency shall bear interest from the date ot liananco until redeemed at the rate ot 15 per cent pur ftamiBi. Acty, Herman, half s a quar, boo 12, tn 40 1, r SO; nv qunr ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 September 1912

n 4III4J IIJIJII uummuli S m flje ? r ' 'i w COUNTY OF HARNEY Tho Biggest County In The Stnto Of Oregon, Bent In Tho West BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKKfiON, SKPTRMHKR28, ..fli N0 4G. gmf 1 CITY OF BURNS I &, rB' H The Biggcit City In Tho Biggcit ' mjW m County In Tho Stnto Of Oregon V iKM iliH voL-xxv u w8R mi -. rCL"V v- 1J "AS. . W . k . : i v. m . . k Xwll0TwiJp "; J, nil ml ! P. L. S. RANCH WILL NOT BE SOLD The Company Still In The Cattle Busi ness And Needs Malheur and Har ney Connty Ranches In Connection Will Neither Sell Or Use Land For Oil or Prospecting Purposes J. Leroy Nickle, vice-president tho Red S. field near Burns. In of the Pacific Livestock Co., J. fact he said it was not nn oil well F. Clyne who is connected with at all and that his company was the Miller & Lux interests, and not hunting for oil but for water Superintendent Gilcrest of tho for its cattle. P. L. S. Co., wen? Vale visitors "Tho drillers aro Roinsr down on Wednesday morning for a for water" said ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 September 1912

MJMdNUUtiNT TAY I.KTltntn. f atr i 1 23 . II' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1BU SUDSCKlfTION RATES mIan dyrd, lba Y.r jf3l M.nlhi HtVtm M.nthi Manager J 2,00 I 00 .78 Shooting Tournnmcnt Oct. 5. The local Hod nml Gun Club has received acceptances of their invitation to some outside clubs to como here fair week for n shooting tournnmcnt to be fol lowed by a duck hunt and jianie supper. There are at least two clubs who will send members to to tho shoot and possibly moVe. The new trap recently ordered has been received, that is por tions of it and the boys are an xious to set it up and try it as it is different from tho one they have been using. The date for the tournament has been set for next Saturday at 8 o'clock in the morning. It will bo held just over the grade where tho old trap was situated as it has been found impossible to get the base ball grounds and while the fair grounds are avail able without charge.it is thought the bombardment will make the stock quartered there nervous 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 — 28 September 1912

m I m Times-JIcrald H The Large! Circulation Of Any Nrppcr In Harney County. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER JS, 1912 Local News. Vulcanizing at GemborlitiK's. 0. J. Darst has been in the city several days visiting friends. Scott Hayes was in the city Thursday. A. E. Brown was unions; our .business visitors during the week Chas. Davis was in town Wed nesday. He reports a fine crop of grain this season. Mrs. Jasper Davis was among tho delegates to the Sunday School Convention last Saturday. Miss Hazel Cozad came over from Canyon the first of tho week and is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Curtis Smith. Mrs. Wm. Miller returned this week in company with the Hol lands from her visit with rela tives and friends in Malheur county. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF , BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $95,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES -YOUR S $ S S SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Clay Clemens mill is the near est one to Burns where all kinds of lumber "both rough and dress ed can be had. Near Canyon road. Call him by ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 28 September 1912

:3jjf6ru LA1LSI ULVUUPJBERF iEACUE WTES T."L 5. 'RAHCirWlll iW Usold (Concluded 1'ioin l'lrtt l'ligc) out to tho surface of tho water lOClKTIKS. PHOFK88IONALnD8. In The Northwest (From Our Portlnnd Corrtipomlcnt) I I h. M bl qa qa P ( 85, C qoj Mi C qna Ci lot 4 Cli Uy Vrof. Tims. 8lmw. The lesson of the Autumn of 1910 with reference to its benr ing on seed corn should not be forgotten. The difficulty of koI- tlngsced corn mid its cost in the spring of 1912 should be ruinein bered. It would bo interesting to know, could it bo known, how much tho Northwest lost tho past season because of tho poor quali ty of tho seed corn. Tho first causo of this condition wns the large amount of rain and damp ness in tho Northwest but that was only ono cause. The other causo was that tho farmers did not save tho seed that was sufficiently mature and dry it ns it might and ought to have been dried before tho cold weather came. While much of tho crop was immature, enough of it was ample mature to have...

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 — 5 October 1912

" w,?mmmm fpnie, CITY OF BURNS Tho Biggest City In Tlio Diggcst . County In Tho Stnta Of Oregon III iBBBcBHnl VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER r, 1912 NO 47. .vV fhe iVll m 3 I IX I l" I I I I 1 T,1C BiKC8t County In The State $T fJW WWA II Of Oregon, Bestjn The Wet Harney County Fair A Grand Success PROFITABLE FARMERS MEETING THURSDAY A DIRECT NEWS FROM RAILROAD CAMPS Work on Big Tunnel Progressing With Compressing Drills at Each End Operated by Sixty-five Horse- Power Engines. Modern Camps With Electric Lights, Hospital, Etc. Tho Times-Herald is fortunate in securing somo railroad nows direct fro.m tho scene of opera tion in Malheur canyon. Mrs. Wm. Miller, who returned last week, visited the camps nnd lias jriven us tho following descrip tion of whatsho saw: "Having heard so much railroad talk for tho past year and hearing that it was a fact that one was in course of construction I demanded proof. Visiting tho Harper ranch in Malheur county, about 100 miles from Bur...

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 — 5 October 1912

w jH M JULIAN BYRD, Manager iuni.!.iLu.i,iigiujuii ijij jujir m imm w whmh -iiajiji.. iu'w Hm H SU KUnlh. HHnj j TVr M.nth. B - I kSUi I I bhB I 1 v R HK ! Mi m ; aS3aa ! I i I H I 1 I .WSJ V SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8. JUI2 I $fj SUBSCRIPTION RATES 2,tm l.oo .TS IIARNEY CO. FAIR A GRAND SUCCESS (Concluded l'rom l'iist Vngc) Teddy won with Brandy close, time 25. Third race was fivc-oighlhs with three starters: Seventy by Bedell; Jerusha by Caino; Hush, by Mahon. Tholatter was lack ed as a winner by many but ho was up against some good cam paigners and didn't make good. Jerusha won, Hush second. Time 1:05. Seventy did not come up in good form on this nice. It was a very windy and disa greeable day witli only a few people in the grandstand to wit ness the program and the horses Threo sheaves of winter Wheat, E. W. VanVnlkonburg first, Jones & Welcome second. Threo sheaves of spring wheat, L. 1$. Culp first, E. W. VanVal- enburg second. Threo sheaves of barloy, E. W. VnnValkonburg first, ...

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 — 5 October 1912

STSjSTtH ftfttBTimcs-JJerald EJHaa Th Laractt Circulation Of Any Newspaper In Htrmjt County. SATURDAY, OCTODEK B, 1DI2 Local News. Vulcanizing nt Gembcrllng's. Seed ryo and barley for sale by Chas. Davis, Harney, Oregon. Tho Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet at the homo of Mrs. Julian Byrd next Wednesday afternoon at tho usual hour. Rough and dressed lumber of all kinds now on hand at the Williams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough lumber $15 per thousand. THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $95,000. 'THE nANK THAT MAKES YOUR J $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnco Cary are in from their Crane Creek home having come over to take in the fair and visit with rela- turrta N A telegram from Miss Drusa Dodson announces her safe ar rival at Boston where she has again taken up her studies at Emerson. Your wife should not be com pelled to stand over a hot cook stove this kind of weather. Get her one of those firelcss cookers at Clevenger's. Go and see them. L. M. Brown and fa...

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 — 5 October 1912

w it J. The Science of Farming If the world's attention de termines the importance of a i science, the science of fanning tjis rcceivinir deserved recognition. kFor the world Is now certainly jjgiving very much nttention to tho farm and the people wlm work upon it. This is not to bo wondered at, for upon the farm and its pro ducts depend all othor industries. Without this scii'nco all othor -things must foil. Whereas the farmer could, if necessary, make a fairly good shift at doing with- all the rest Knowing how is just as valu able on the farm as any other industry. The subject of dry farming is an illustration very vtnuch in point. One man exper imented until ho learned the se cret and as a result many people i haye profited. What ho learned does not seem very wonderful, " but it was the thing needed to bo known, and in tho semi-arid west, where crops are grown by -his method, they deem it quite van achievement. It always pays ,to study ones business. Pine Valley Herald. Some of 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 — 12 October 1912

U&HririHad 8fcM 9u? A ShTivy' i vk V-fT U Vll MT 4- J.I -Avr A .. CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY II Tho Biffoett City In Tho BiKRcat Tho Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West D County In Tho State Of Oregon .ji JWiB--ii tiKSKffi f ) VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 12, 1U12 NO 48. II I J II . IF ; lIXl f 1 I I f I tf I J rfeffl . , Ffef w&fJ$ 'jy W i NUAL FARMERS' VACATION SUGGESTED rould Be Of Untold Benefit To All Concerned As Well As Direct Profit And Pleasure In Every Way Resulting In A More Satisfied Condition Of Their Surroudings FIRST NATIONAL BANK BECOMES A $100,000.00 INTITUTION LAST WEEK Its Stead; Growth And Substantial Re putation Places It In The Foremest Ranks Of The Best Institutions In The Country And A Credit to The Community CIRCUIT COURT NOW IN SESSION fanners should so arrango heir work as to take an outing ichyear. They will be bene ited by getting out once a year from the routine of the work on Ihe farm which will not sut...

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 — 12 October 1912

to- -Mi' if itf ' I Ml .1 ! !!' ft I- i I' hi i I Ifo tTJmcs-gcvaCa. JVUAN BYRD, Manager SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 2, 1913 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Y.r AttMaada Ttm Mattka 12,00 1.00 .75 It is foolish to turn down a rood proposition that may ap pear on the ballot thru personal prejudice. Right will prevail Yentluilly ind there is no reason o top'' If because you nre a little piqued about something. Hot tar consider these things bofore votinsr. Remember, we came early not losing our High School thru just such methods and Bucn improvements nre nee waaryto the advnncment of the eountry. Other measures or im provements may be just as es sential if the voter will lay aside prejudice and look at the matter is an impartial way. It isn't nl ivaya best to listen to the "knocker" on every occasion, besides one should look for the inceptive for such before form ing an opinion. the Tonawnma Orchestra, Tona wnmn will bo onoof the most popular play houses in Eastern Oregon. There nro thirteen members lt tho ...

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 — 12 October 1912

s 1 i , imBS-Perald Lrgt Circulation Of Any Ncwipaper In Harney County. -I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1912 ! t Loonl News. I Vulcanizing nt GomborliiiK'ti. A. Schaper is over from his e In Diamond Valley, Rough and dressed lumber of kinds now on hand at the illiams Bros. Saw Mill. Rough ber $15 per thousand. HE FIR3T NATIONAL BANK OF RNS: CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 00,000. -THE BANK THAT MAKES OUR $ i $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS VITED. Eldon Johnson is renewing ac uaintnnces in tniB city utter an absence of several years. Ho how lives in Edmonds, Washing won. ; ftj tl: John Hoss shaved his mustache ioff and now fieo. Hntrov snvs ho looks like Woodrow Wilson. Jqlm nbi,n H?m H. tvnMih tt.StK .. n.. ilAACO ilia UIOUIIV.IIVII Willi 11U. JMl ceptiDie swelling 01 mo ncaa. Your wife should not be com pelled to stand over a hot cobU' stove this kind of Weather. Get ?,heroneof those fireless cookers at Clevenger's. Go and sec them. Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Thomp- ;son nave opened the Harney Hotel, at Harney City, and 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 — 12 October 1912

R iff &&JKm , rm'4mrafifc,r l-s j litisr I W5r ! i m a4r . J j ' 1 '' I i ! I rl HI ft I Mm' KfC ar yc MYEOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES From Our Portland Gorrcipomlciit) I'lHillKHIIMtHiHl Railroads nro co-operating to niake the Pacific Northwest Land Products Show, Portlnml, Nov rfnbor 18-23, n big success. They oftr reduced rates on nil lines and tho low fares ennblo exhibi tors to como n week bo f ore the aliow opens. On exhibits of a jHsrishablc nature on which full tariff rates liavo boon paid, tho railroads will refund charges When shown that tho exhibits were not sold. Free cold storage facilities will bo provided for nil exhibits. A fair that will assemble n comprehensive exhibit of nil tho products grown in Eastern Ore jfrri is being considered for Roundup week nt Pendleton next year. The matter has been re garded with favor so far and it is likely tho project will bo suc cessful. Eastern Oregon fools it ought to take ndvnntago of the Roundup crowds to show its pro ductivity. ...

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 — 19 October 1912

uiuwi nmtmiumm 1 1 1 jtauu juumu i"m- i CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Beat In The Wcit The Biggcat City In The Bigget County In The State Of Oregon BUIINS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 19, 1912 VOL. XXV NO 49. She Xjw!-ffeM& PROSPERITY ASSURED OREGON PRODUCERS The Bountiful Returns Of This Year's Harvest Assures Our State The Most Abundant Prosperity In Its History, Giving Stimulant To All Avenues Of Commercial Industries Value of the 1912 crop in Ore- product gon is fixed at over $120,000,000 1 Hnrrisbiirp; is holding its Pota- by Dr. James withycomue, dir ector of the Oregon Experiment station, probably the best au thority on this subject in the whole state. The showing is a splendid one and assures pros perity to Oregon people, the esti mate in detail follews: Wheat, 21,092,274 bu $15,810,205 Oats. 14.744,040 bu 5.G02.737 Barley, 4.439,374 bu 2,003,024 Clover seed, 125,000 bu 1,050,000 Potatoes, 8,751,085 bu 3,500,074 Hay. 1,374,2...

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 — 19 October 1912

8 & Wm-MtxM. jif 'J - i JUUAN DYRD, - Mrniagrr M : ) SATURDAY, OCTODFR 19. IB 13 m i 4 m.4 . " '" . - , SUBSCRIPTION KATES !? f , SL, ImTw . P , SU Mokth. 1.00 jt I TW. MmiIm .75 aim m g Ktsr It will nil be politics now for the next three weeks. The world's series has boon won and there's nothing olso to interfere. Tho attempted assassination of Col. Roosevelt is regretted by all. It is deplorable that we have such creatures in our land, as no man in public lifo is safe. No good is accomplished through such meth ods and had Mr. Roosevelt been killed it would have made no change in the political situation of the country. Oregon his -report to tho County Court, stating tho matters which ho found in his audit of tho var ious county ofllces. The report covers the period from July 0, 1903 to December 30, 1910, but with regard to the books of tho County Sheriff's office it does not purport to cover any mntters other than tho tax roll. The re port is dated January 3, 1911 and hence it ...

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 — 19 October 1912

u:wtmiiu .j j :imcs-Jierald ITU Lrj.t Circulation Of Any Nwppr In Hurnejr County. I W SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10,1012 Local News. VulcanlziiiK at Goinborliiitt'tf. Boston trot away with tho orld's Berics of baso ball. "The frost is on tho pumpkin and tho fodder's in tho shock." A McKenzio was up from hia homo hoar tho lakes yesterday. j 1M H. VYIIIUI1K wua M iiuiii his homo near Lawcn yesterday. Chas. Wilson is prepared to ftako horses to pasture and win- iter. W. 0. Best and wife and II. 0. Hedges and wife were anions our Silver creek visitors during E tho week. Is fllfrtnintr. nrpmincr. Wfisllillir and ironing. Packages loft at N. Brown & Sons-Mrs. S.N. Joy. 48-49 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR 9 $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Tho destruction of weeds along the side streets and vacant lots is making our city look somewhat better. Dr. Griffith removed John Caldwell's appendix last Wed nesday and the patient is recov ering rapidly ...

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 — 19 October 1912

nawaaaa .-'-' "-f" iK'ccp Clean and Live Right. Health exports talked stnight hfrom the shoulder to the students iof the Oregon Agriculture College it convocation this week, as to ules of hygiene and sanitation. Jr. rJ. J. otcwari, 01 i"i.' lining for men, spoke on baths; liss Miriam Thayer, director of Dhysic.nl training for women, ppoke on air, exercise and proper lothinir; and Prof. T. P. Hocfc pith, head of the department ot bacterioloc.v. talked on disease Mid its prevention 'Baths as taken by the stu- lents arc not always beneficial," aid Dr. Stewart "Sometimes ey do more harm than good. f ter violent exercise on the field, i the gymnasium, or even after i brisk walk a student may have stimulated his physicue as to ive brought it to the point of thaustion. If he takes a hot nth after it the effect is further riiausting, as it stimulates him ill more. The proper tempera- ire for a bath after such oxer- Be is merely tepid, about the le as the blood in the body, 9S ees. Such a ba...

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 — 26 October 1912

1 HBlmnluiiiujiLiuiiimiiuiiiiiii MWKMMtiNW I t CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY st I The Biggcut City In Tho Biggest The Biggest County In The State County In The State Of Oregon II Of Oregon, Best In Tho West BUKNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 20, 11)12 VOL. XXV NO 50. fpe fKmt g Jf efdil . : m iii sJ . ft i SYSTEMETIC GARDENS ARE GAINING GROUND Some Specific Reasons Relating To The Importance Of Gardens Are Here Described, Also Their Relative Bearing Upon The Building Of Children's Character In Connection SPIES RIVER SECOND IN IRRIGATION PROJECT Supplies The Second Largest Amount Of Water For Irrigation Purposes Of Any In The Slate-May Irrigate The Entire Harney Valley Country The Department of Agriculture J tclligcntly, but tho products arc will soon issue an interesting; always the property of the school, publication entitled "Some Types j "Nowhere is there systematic of Children's Garden Work" in i zed garden instruction in tho city the Public Schools of the larger graded sch...

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 — 26 October 1912

r Mj.t.jjijmmw Stic Wmw-gwnW. JULIAN DYRD, Manager SATURDAY, OCTOHER JO. 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Od. Y.r .0" 3U Month. .... 100 TktM Manlnt .... .71 High School Girls Give Basket Social Tho basket social and dnnco Kivcn at Tonawama last night by tho high school girls was a de cided success both socially and financially. There was a big crowd in attendance and all seemed to enjoy tho niTnir. The bidding on the sale of baskets was quite spirited, some of them bringing good prices. Tho total receipts being over $100. This fund will be used to secure new song books and library books for the high school. A short program was rendered by some of tho pupils before tlir auctioning of tho baskets. The following numbers were render ed: Vocal duct by Misses Ethel Thompson and Hazel Cob; reci tation by Miss Ike Gage; Violin nnd Schafer. 3. Geography, One-fourth from the courso of study and Col grove, three-fourths from Uedway nnd llinman. I. Grammar, one-fourth from tho course of study and Colgr...

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