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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 October 1912

t l& r TheTimes-J&rald IU( Tl Urteit Circulation Of Any Nvrppr In Harney County. SATURDAY, OCTOBER -6.191- Loonl News. Carrol Cecil ami son Homer were in the city Tuesday. A sulky plow for sale at Mc Kinnon's White Front .torn. W. L. Best was a business visi tor to our city the first of this week. Some new millinery will arrive for Mrs. Millar on Mondny. Call and see it at Schwartz store. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR I 9 SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. W. B. Johnson was in from Silver Creek Mondayln company with John Miller who was mak ing: proof on his homestead. Dr. Geary made a trip to Crane Creek Thursday night to see the little son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carey it was feared the little fellow had pneumonia but his physician states ho is on the road to recovery. Mrs. H. C. Levens and Mrs. Al Welcome arrived home Thurs day evening from an extended vacation visit to Portland and other points. They had a very pleasant time ...

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 — 26 October 1912

mmmmmmmt . i I, isnuimsjjusauuijiiii i i auL i M"1T. BOCiXTiKi. g! PH0FK88I0NAL 0ARD8a . 1 II LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (From Our Portland Correspondent' College girls from the 0. A. 0. at Corvallis will give demonstra tions in cookery at the Pacific .Northwest Land Products Show to beheld in Portland, November 18-23. They will show innume: -able ways of cooking big red Oregon apples and the public generally will be much interested in this work. Domestic science is being taken up by state schoo's and interest in this subject is general. A state convention of manu facturers is being planned for Portland during Land Show week Nov. 18-23. It is thought by linking the two interests, agricul tural production and industrial development, much good can bo accomplished for Oregon. The Manufacturers Association is be hind the convention plan. It will cost approximately one and three-quarters million dollars to run the state institution dur ing the coming two years, ac cording to the bud...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 November 1912

WUlllMVlt mmmmpmmmmmmmm (f5? CITY OF BURNS st&nmmmmmrm She 1 COUNTY OF HARNEY I The Biggort County In The Stnto I Of Oroffon, Beat In The Wct The Biggest City In The Bigget County In The Stnto Of Oregon ptttw (WilivJi7 C4JlJi VOL. XXV BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORKGON, NOVKMBKR 9, 11)12 NO 52. WILSON WINS GRAND VlfTODV y IV 1 V-IX I Democratic Landslide Thru Entir s" J 4w7 Wilson Carries Over Forty States Taft Gets But Two and Roosevelt Four. From Last Reports Received Indications Point To A Democratic Congress , 36 MILES OF O. E. Ry. NOW COMPLETED Track Can Be Extended From Mile Post 20 To Harper Ranch And Will Go On To Tunnel Without Delay The roadbed of the Oregon Eastern thru the Malheur canyon is practically completed as far as Mile post 38, or rather up to the east portal of the 2500i-foot tun nel. This was the statement made a few days ano to an En terprise reporter by G. II. Chaf fin of the Wasatch construction company. Since the first of the year the Wasatch company has comp...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 November 1912

5W "ifeWKrtSRril v ""k iiii mil iijUinn I ! I JL To the Ladies! Wc take great pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to make Ladies Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience in the art and study of fine tailoring. WILSON WINS GRAND VICTORY (Concluded I'ltim I'ltst I'ngc) Afternoon Club a When you order a suit from us you know that you are going to get the goods, style and workmanship. When you order a suit thru a mail-order house, you don't know just what you are going to get; you don't see the goods and the work Is done by machinery and when the suit is received in most cases alterations are necessary be fore you can wear it. You save time and money and we guar antee you satisfaction when you order thru our store. Williams-Zoglmanit Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - High Grade Tailoring I iiii. " ' " ' ' ' " I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon Iht fSiimtxM. (Coilininnicntlon) turns himself iiml ho att...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 November 1912

J ,-ZL.n- nmM-trjam ? w fcfcww J -- The Largeit Circulation Of Any Newspaper In Harney County. SATURDAY. NOVEMIIFR B. 1B1J 1 nrtnl "NTlaJt? ,WW wo. K'Prico Cochrane nnd wife were the city this week. p, A sulky plow for sale at Mc- tinnon's Whito Front Hum. P Born Monday, Nov. 1, to Mr. ind Mrs. C. K. LeMay, a daunhl- M Calves are dying with Black jcr get your vaccine at Tho Welcome Pharmacy. W. W. Jonlnn left Thursday for Washington where lie will fjoin his family. G. W. Johnson came over from Silver Creek Wednesday brhiR- inB in the election returns. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. 'THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. TaKh T I air. tvk n Insxl llirt llfUlflW- iiuilll IllJlMluui luurv inn mi-jihi- turc this week for Cnlilornia V f, where he will spend the winter. He is going down particularly to look after Bill Jones. , v , .... , ...... v Vyiiamicy cummins wis luuuii- ed from Westfall where he has been with his wife and son. He ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 November 1912

''y' aCSKTL H i I : ( I t c t d n C to of Mi an tli, no; Pe we K. A. Jo. C. TJj, Joh N. . Joe W, II. I Joe A. i lieu Ni day nodi Me Stat t!on LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (From Our l'ortlntul Correspondent) Under the direction of tho Ore Ron Immigration Commission n splendid exhibit of OroRon pro ducts has been sent to the lnnd shows to be hold at Minneapolis and Chicuiro. In RatherinR the exhibits, tho commercial bodies holding membership in the Ore gon Development UiRite wore of great assistance. For tho llrst time Oregon will have a good showing at these big land shows nnd the advertis ing value of such an exhibit will be very great Visitors to the shows will see that Oregon can produce and there will be com plete information about the state. A baggage car was filled with the products of fields, gardens nnd orchards, sent East, and the different products will cause Eastern people to wonder at the agricultural richness of this state. Capturing more than 20 prizes at the Dry Far...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 November 1912

i iii smou mtwiellefalk nn-K; CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggcit County In The State Of Oregon U3? se VOL. XXVI RUUNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OKECJON, NOVEMBER 10. .1)12 NOl. COUNTY OF HARNEY I The Diggcsl County In The State I Of Oregon, Bct In The Wct xaHBMHB v Jr COURT TO ASSIST ERADICATING RABBITS Provides Ways And Means For The Farmers To Help Themselves By Organizing Clubs And Making Drives To Exterminate The Most Troublesome Pest In Existence At the last session of the county court a numerously signed petition was presented asking a bounty be placed on rabbits. This the court could find no au thority to do but showed a dis position to help by furnishing the necessary wire netting to build pens and wings. This is right. The fanner should help himself and with the volunteer help of individuals much can be accomplished toward the exter mination of the pests. In this connection the sugges out making nn effort on their part to do something for tho ox termination of tho pests. ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 November 1912

m r o ,tl n P w V A ' C TJ Jo N, Jq W R, Jo A. Ik da un b! Sti tlo To the Ladies! We take great pleasure In announcing that we arc now prepared to make Ladles Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience In the art and study of fine tailoring. Notice to Parents Cnll for VnrranU. To Pnrenta nml Patrens: -It in , Nol,eo ,H , ,,cbr, d) tllftt n mutter of much rwrct tlml thu , ,Ilcro n, Mlclont funds In tho records show so ninny ensos of unl-v sury to redcom rill tnrdlncsa for tho month just II"n!oy County Wnrrnnts regis- icroo prior ui .iiiiiunry iv, imz. with iiKi'ntul 1 iito-L will conao on nil mich sheriffs salc When you order a suit from us you know that you are going to get the goods, style and workmanship. When you order a suit thru a mail-order house, you don't know just what you are going to get; you don't see the goods and the work is done by machinery and when the suit Is received in most cases alterations are nece...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 November 1912

sm DjpTimes-Jferald The Largctt Circulation Of Any Newspaper In Harney County. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1912 Lonnl News. Born To Mr. nnd Mrs. Clny .Clemens, Nov. 8th, a son. Another fine rain Wednesday night made farming work better. Frank Johnson is again in his loillco after visiting Ins family in ri neville for a time. v r iiorn minis cuy yesicruay, Nov. 15, to Mr. and Mrs. i.Italph Beery, a daughter. F Don't overlook the next big band concert and dance to be given Friday evening Dec. Gth. C. B. McConnell and his crew of surveyors are through with their work in Silvies Valley and came down yesterday. THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. 'THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR & $ $ S SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Died Wednesday night in this city, Mrs. Joe Billyou from chron ic Bright's disease. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the Catholic church. Died In this city yesterday, Mrs. Zephy A. Thompson, aged 35. Deceased had been suffer-, ing from typhoid fever...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 November 1912

r ' nil 1 yjr 1 It i ! ! t t I I I o a t;. n P M F A J' C T Jo N Jc W It, Jo A. J! da un b!( SU tlo DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (From Our Vortlnuil Correspondent) A work more complete and au thoritive than any other statisti cal book ever printed on the re sources of OrcRon is now on the press and will bo issued within a week. It is the Oregon Almanac and will be printed by the Oro Kon State Immigration Commis sion, after the most careful com pilation. It will bo distributed to not less than half a million people all oyer the country who are desirous of learning more nbout this state and what it offers to the settler. The forthcoming book is one of 100 pages, with 20 pages given to statistical maps and diagrams. Great care has been taken to insure the accuracy of every statement made, so that it will serve as an absolutely correct authority for reference. The book deals with every phase of the resources of the state and will give a splendid idea of what the newcomer will find here, be ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 November 1912

rffanrrfiHtea: COUNTY OF HARNEY CITY OF BURNS Tho Biggest County In Thc'Stnte Tho Biggest City In The Biggest Of Oregon, Best In Tho West Veil J County In Tho State Of Oregon HbeES iiTihariMiitiEil BURNS, IIAUNBY COUNTY, OREGON, NOVBMHKK 21, ,!)I2 NO 2. VOL. XXVI gflje Sp "lf - (I V I 1 1 Tim r, iri p-rsi 1 1 )9Im . L 1 lSr Ak y fcr .w" iSb ilr to'Iw W JifcJ A I -3 ,NTVV---r , , , r - , y - -. i SHOOTING RESULT OF TOO MUCH LIQUOR Richard Haines Shot by James Hall Last Sunday Night While Both Intoxicated Dangerous Wound is Inflicted, the Bullet Passing Thru The Body but Haines Will Recover Richard Haines was shot by James Hall last Sunbay night at the latter's home in the Voltage neighborhood. Both admit that whisky was responsible for the t-ouble, they having been good friends before. Dr. Denman was called to attend the wounded man and did not consider it seri ous but Dr. Harrison was called later and upon examination found the bullet had nassed through the P' t.ifUf lnrwv inaf Iwln...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 November 1912

I MttWitfVMrjKFMtO." ( F"3MMMMBMMlBMBBMBWBBBMBMMirraMB5TrrT:. . n i r. n wm i u, i itt-1 it i l unwtnrrm-rii r .i r i -.-- Mfc; I I ' " lJ- ' " ' i - t r i i '- MMWPIPI"' W tWJ' 4 1 j 1 y 4 1 y i I x I b r S t I To the Ladies! We lake great pleasure lit announcing that we arc now prepared to make Ladles Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience in the art and study of flue tailoring. When you order a suit from us you know that you are going to get the goods, style and workmanship. When you order a suit thru a mail-order house, you don't know just what you arc going to get; you don't sec the goods and the work is done by machinery and when the suit is received in most cases alterations are necessary be fore you can wear it. You save time and money and we guar antee you satisfaction when you order thru our store. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - High Grade. Tailoring ti' i . - ...I - ii-.... i. i....

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 — 23 November 1912

MJI )EII 1 1 I HI MH iimilllUIHH.LJiyPIWKiP leTimBs-JJerald U Larfttt ClrcuUtion Of Any (Ntwipapfr In Harney County. KTURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912 Local News. . p .. . Dnry liiichncr wna in town week. wanted Work for man nnd on ranch Inquire nt Una 51 tf G. Cecil ami son Homer over from Silver creek this tamombor! E. It. Griffin hna winter pasture and liny, ap. Narrows, urcKon. oiu . C. EKgleston has moved his lily to the M. L. Lewis house the "Miller Spring" farm 3t of Burns. fHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF . CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES UR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS flTED. A six-piece orchestra will f urn- music for the big ball to be pen at Tonawama on Christ- night. fcThe next time the windows at ke pavilion on the fair grounds broken in and the building stored the parties will bo pro- cutcd. -A letter from Drewsey to Dr. larrison announces two cases of nail pox in that place, it hav- g been brought from the raii- iu uaiiiiia. v fc T n Y- i 1. 1 I. ftirs..j. j. ueaiy who u...

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 November 1912

3S-. jJtSvt ( I M I W I .1 i 4 I 1 1 J 1 1 t a i t t r. i a t li o Jwr WyVS' H V-S SILVER CUP TO BE 01VEN AWAY BY THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY AT THE NORTHWESTERN LAND SHOW, MINNEAPOLIS, NOV. 12 to 23 Louis V. Hill, Chairman of The various railroads hayo sipr the Board of Directors, Great nalized their interest in this Northern Railway, has signalized S:10W i,v nlacintr in effect low hta'intereatinthe Northwestern Land Product Show, by offering a silver loving cup for the best , bushel of potatoes shown at the show, and one silver cup for the best exhibit of alfalfa demon- ern Land Product Show and strating the greatest number of cvery person should make an ef fort products for manor beast fort t0 attend Many entertain prepared from alfalfa to be ex- . hibited at the Northwestern 'S features have been planned. Land Product Exposition which There will be band concerts, ex will be held at Minneapolis, No- cellent vaudeville performances, vember 12th to 23rd, 1912. This steropticon featu...

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 November 1912

mmmrmsmwrnm w taAs COUNTY OF BARNEY The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon The Biggest County In The, State Of Oregon, Best In TheWcst SE BURNS, HAHNEY COUNTY, OUEGON, NOVEMBER 30. NO 3. mimtMpflh. w mi fte I CITY OF BURNS . tsmr w T T v r & 5T wK H " VOL. XXVI i!)12 I 1 I l! li I AGRICULTURAL COURSE AVENUE OF SUCCESS Considered The Most Important Branch For Young Men And Women Of Today As Well As The Means Of Securing Profitable Positions While the scientific study of ntfriculural problems is constant ly receiving more attention from the various colleges having agri cultural departments the Depart ment of Agriculture finds it diffi cult to secure as many specialists arious lines as it needs in do ing the great work it is doing for the American argrarian in terests. The day of the hapha zard farmer is almost past With land values rising and the cost of t'fabor mounting steadily upward, it is becoming daily more need ful that the best scientific skill shoul...

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 November 1912

( W-ojihj '"" ""HI 1 1 ' i "F To the Ladies! We take great pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to make Ladles Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience in the art and study of fine tailoring. When you order a suit from us you know that you arc going to get the goods, style and workmanship. When you order a suit thru a mail-order house, you don't know just what you are going to get; you don't see the goods and the work Is done by machinery and when the suit is -received in most coses alterations are necessary be fore you can wear it. school buildinjr. This picture la l.udwltf Johnston, who under one of the ducat in the collection Y?t mi operation for nppendlci- nnil iwliiinlv It nilypil vnrv lilidl. tiH "10 "I'Ht of tllO month, lit muUtittunlylsptlzel ety liiKh- n, Mrisnjsih mpidly and Ih ly by tho people of this city who 1)Io t() 8,t UI Ilo c)cctH to bo esteem the donors most highly, out inn short lime. Mrs...

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 November 1912

P mWjG .mjc: i I f 1 to 7 jftteTimBs-JJferald t Ut The Umil Circulation Of Any Ntvrppr In Harney County. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30. IBIS Local News. John Hoss is in town. "Chino" Bertluffo was in town Thursday. Ralph Beery wns up from Sun set yesterday. Good clean seed fall wheat see Allen Jones. Wanted Work for man and wife on ranch Inquire nt this ollice. 51tf Baled hay, Bran and all kinds of grains at The Burns Dept. Store. There will be no pictures at Tonawama until after the schools resume and sickness abates. Satisfied customers and an in creasing business sneak for them selves W. B. Shelley, the har ness and saddlo man. TME FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ 5 SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. John Carey was in the city yes terday, bringing in his baby for for medical treatment. The lit tle one is improving, however, and he has returned home. Those who -con template Koine to the railroad or Qther points for supplies are invited to cal...

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 November 1912

mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimimimmmilMK 1 t 8 V n U mi un, LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (Prom Our Tortlnnd Corrciom1cnt Portland peoplo learned a lot from the exhibits from many parts of tho Pacific Northwest nt the recent land show held here. Agricultural possibilities were shown in a striking way and the wealth of the soil made a strong impression. Tho dairy show, too, opened tho eyes of tho city people. They learned that tho dairy show included dairy cattle of as high quality as were ever assembled in the wholo United States. Such exhibitions arc valuable. They show what people are doing in the exploitation of the states's Kreatest resources, and attract many to these lines of activity. Eugene, which is ono of the most progressive cities of the state; is keeping up its reputa tion by starting another new thing. This time it is a plan fcr aworkingman's club where men of all clnsses will feel at homo and facilities will be provided for pleasant recreation and iir proyement That the Will...

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 — 7 December 1912

.lvffllVRiBMt, inq -nr- AJ ii i i at m i jt -. . lX. ft! -,ffi?fflHk.4 5 i " g.M.WUMWm1 til MPHW '" tfulh CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In The Biggest The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In TnTWest County In The State Of Oregon ii 3SaikimidlU'JJ!,Ult VOL. XXVI BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 7, i!H2 NO 4. . r , foflfrtV She I v TRACK LAYING HAS RESUMED ON O.-E. Ry. Parties Coming In From Crane Creek Report Grading Crews Busy At Work In That Territory And All Possible Haste Made To Rush The Work Thru During The Winter Reports from Vnlo nro to the effect that fouf locomotives and some 200 more men have arrived there and again taken up the work of track laying on the Ore iron & Eastern Railroad that is headed toward the Harney coun try and from indications the work will be pushed to the tun nel without delay. There were over 300 men already at work on the line at various grading camps and with this additional number and track laying crew it look...

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 — 7 December 1912

T 7 " i m ; jm J I 1 ( t tl it tl A w it a CO wl wi thi ba dei (n ass for wic On line the T atai fact a la able tori fori beec Tt 8tOCl past sage bill This ment who toehi diseai Drj ning Tillrm take 1 Natioi every hibit a tions "farmir Icntsh Bacon A it lings ai ties is "Camp the don of the ( lege. : popular been ex funds a. so excez the pap For 1 camp, pi for the i pan anc brown i boiling half full. 2 cups oJ bacon po grease i make it Drop the gravy by cook we! the grav: are remo and watei the crisp Bacon f slicing the after soak hour, roll! flour and grease. To the Ladies! We take great pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to make Ladles Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience In the art and study of fine tailoring. SNYDER LYCIICRS ARE RELEASED EXCEPT DUPUTY CASEDAY THE GAME LAW CHANGES ITS AIM Stnto Commission To Bo Asked To Recommend Amendments Governor Wct Pardons Tho Four Men Conditionally And Much C...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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