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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 22 March 1913

imes-fierald I'll. Largest ClrcuUllon Of Any Newspaper In Harney County. SATUHDAY. MARCH It. 1911 in Local News. I'se Nyals Rheimiuti. Hwd Chat. Owen is down from Sil Ivies. (!eo. A. Smyth has been town during the week Ijuiicsfine shoos in suede .tiui ihite buckskin at Schwartz'. Miss Ida Roberts, formerly a teacher in the public sehxl here, is now conducting a newspaper t Star, Idaho. A. Dunn will have charge of Ihiv wood business in Hums this Iwinter. Drv wood on hand to lany part of town -F. O. Jackson. 52. tf Tonawama Stock Company is now rehearsing a good drama rhich will be put on during Cir- Icuit court week. J. F. Conrad and E. B. Moon ere among our Sunset visitors the first of this week looking ifter their taxes and attending other business. Parties desiring toilets cleaned Br garbage removed should see R. Potter during this month he expects to go to the farm the first of April for a time. W. A. Goodman sells Rolled Jarley at ljc. Rolled Wheat at Uc. Clean seed Barley, lie,...

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 March 1913

WHWT-... m WWIfcmWl KMyjwjJMyyjWCTfiflftMHg UflCT DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (Krom Our Portlnml Correspondent The work of educntii.B Eastern aaople aa to the opportunitia. Oregon offers for the settlor is not only beinu carried on from Dm yar'oua commercial clubs of the state, but very effective mi -onerv work is made by the Great Northern exhibit car new touring the middle west. This jut is really a complete laud how on wheels, containing sani ties of products Rrown in the state and is accompanied by well 'ormed men who explain the lay and answer questions. 1 120,000 people of the Middle est will have viewed the car taring its tour which ends at Peoria, Ills., April 4th. Railroad men in keeping tab on work done by the car, timl Inter- t in Oregon homesteads is hi.uh throughout the territory covered. Pew visitinar the exhibit ha Used their homestead rights and many announce their intention f coming West and filing on Government land remaining un claimed in this state. The ear earries ...

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 March 1913

SJfs 4 w fpe gimlicnila I 1 CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORECON. MARCH 29, 1918 VOL. XXVI NO. 2(1 CCUSED OF GRABBING LAND FOR STATIONS angers Are Said To Have Tied Up 75,000 Tillable Acres In This Way And Western Senators Are Receiv ing Many Complaints. Deprives Many Farmers Of Good Homes The announcement that Prosi- nt Wilson has decreed the re- rvation of another ranger sta in Deschutes national forest alls recent complaints to the ect that that the forest service about 75,000 acres of tilliable i in forest reserves held out ranger stations says a Wash- ton dispatch to the Journal, s charged that wherever there , good piece of land free from ber in a forest reserve, the irvice asks that it be withdrawn r use as a "ranger station" d it is the belief of many par- ns who would like to settle on ch lands that the object of the nice is to kee...

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 March 1913

h BlF.anBkS.S.km..ikkm.mmmM . . ..m m . -, , . sjrssjeavjjjejjjjjjjs.. , r i LOOK! LOOK! Have you soon I hose New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking may not interest you and you may Hunk it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious to have everybody see them. 3 Many new I suitings, with St We'll Look Out hiugn in Hne imported weaves in len t lint an.' I rtioqualed. Kor Von.if You Look In 'l Sm' I'h. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers -I. O. O. F. Building Ihr Itatf-Sttftftl High Grade Tailoring Burns, Oregon JULIAN BYRD. Man.iK.'i SATURDAY. MAKCtl 29. I'M SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Six Month. Three Month. . J 1,00 I 00 75 rt-nili-rei teachers. The pupils of the ladies assisting Mrs. Dodge tU nisheil one numtiereaeti. the resii of the prognui) being entirely the work of Mrs. Dodge's pupils. As a result o...

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 March 1913
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 March 1913

I UTSST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (Prom Our fortlnml OwnipOadvBt I Dr. James Withycombc. tlirec tor of the Oregon Kxperiment Station at Corvallia. ia authority for the statement made nt I ! cant meeting, that the hog hM paid more debts, built more homes and bought more clothes and school books for farmers and their children than any one pro duct in Oregon. Colonists are flocking to Or from every part ot the United States, taking advantage of the low one-way settlors' rates, now in force on the railroad. Indications are that the Spring movement will be heavy and that Oregon will gain just what she roost needs, a large number of thrifty farmers who will settle on the vacant lands of the slate and develop them. Central Ore gon homesteads are attracting a large number of newcomers. Industrial fair associations are being organized in various Ore gon counties that will further the work of the school children along these lines. Such organi zations have already been per fected in Sherman and...

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 April 1913

I fte CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West I The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I VOL. XXVI BURNS, HARNKY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 5, 1913 NO. 21 r mmt&Mttalb. ROF. SHAW'S ADVICE TO THE HOMESTEADER fives The Intending Investor Practical Information Whereby Profitable Results Reward Those Who Will Adhere To His Methods And Give Careful Consideration To Seeding erv many homestendors are it now beginning their work homesteads, which they have ;en. It is of the utmost im- ance that they shall begin L This paper will discuss it question and more especially reference to the needs of iesteaders who have families. especially important that shall be able to irrow food themselves and the animals it they have when they come heir claims. Under judicious magement they may do this. without knowing how. they utterly fail. I is presupposed that every n who moves onto a home- fed farm with a family will ;e with him to ...

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 April 1913

T.TT7, ,: .. . g .JlaeaaaVSBI I ; . f 1 LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen (hose New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious to have everybody see them. Mmiiv new things in line imported weitves in suitings, with Si Irs t Ii.h are Unnquated. We'll Look Out rir Yon, if Von Look In To Bee Is. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers -I. O. O. F. Building High Grade Tailoring Burns, Oregon - Harney County Wool Growers Meet a Success The annual mcctinK of the Harney County Wool (.rowera Association WM hold in thisplncn last Saturday afternoon nnd ac cording to A. It. Whitney, who was elect nil secretary, it. wns n very Quite a Snow Storm Hartley county MOM to have received li Lt 1 touch of the ureal storms that have been ratc inr throughout 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 — 5 April 1913

tes-Jierald Large.! Circulation Of Any N.w.paper In Harney County. SATURDAY. APRIL B. ISIS Get Acquainted Local News. Use Nyals Rheumatic Remedy. J. P. Cochran was in town yes terday. Ladies fine shoes in suede and white buckskin at Schwartz'. James Adrian is registered at the Burns from Trout Creek. Ralph Catterson and Dr. Min nie Hand were up from I,awen Thursday. Ora Hill left the first of the week for points in Washinsrton where he contemplates locating. LADIES HOSPITAL. Private and comfortable care, Mrs. W. T. Lester. Burns, Oregon. Dr. Harrison was called to Sun set Thursday to see W. J. Baker who is suffering from pneumonia. A. Dunn will have charge of mv wood business in Burns this winter. Dry wood on hand to any part of town F. 0. Jackson. 52.tf J. R. Williams was over from Silver Creek the fore part of this week attending to tome business and visiting his son Fred. Sheriff Richardson left here Thursday morning by the way of Canyon for points in Washing- i ton where he goes...

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 April 1913

I li-allilMrifMMlfMhBiiiiTtwliiiiilTI -' M "---" -iy -.. .m : .-,,", hntfttaaal s: tyS hd. ! Sijfti1 ' WKi9RSHIBf?!SI&3M a A LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES (Prom Our Porllntul CM mpondwrt I Oregon school boys between the aires of 12 and 10 will be jriv n a short practical coins.- In agriculture and livestock grow ing at the Oregon Agricultural College June 16-26. The man agement of the state school is ar ranging a camp for boys from all parts of the state at thai time, which will follow the close of She school year. Details of the plan have not yet been fully worked out. but E. D. Restler, director of the 0. A. C. Summer school, has arrang ed for a new departure In tha work and believes it will be of great practical value Those at tending the course will be shown approved methods and as the in atruction will be given by actual demonstration in connection with ten days camping out, it will be a source of education presenting attractive recreation features. A prospectus will soon...

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 April 1913

. I fhe r ! CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Best In The West The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I I VOL. XXVI BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORKOON. APRIL 12, 1U1S NO. 22 fpmje-fleMk THE CIRCUIT COURT IS NOW IN SESSION Quite a Lengthy Docket Before The Court. The Grand Jury Brings in Many Indictments. Schiebe Plead Guilty to Second Degree Murder In Killing Old Trapper, Webster GOVERNOR HOPES TO Judge Biggs convened the re gular spring term of circuit court last Monday morning ami at once empaneled a grand jury which begun work and up to yesterday noon had brought in a total of 19 indictments. The grand jury consists of T. J. Shields, lien Brown, Chas. Wilson, Chas. Laborence, T. J. Baker, Frank Dunn, Russell Smith. District Attorney Brooke is as sisted by C. H. Leonard, as depu ty: Chas. Frye is court bailiff, J. R. Gould grand jury bailiff and H. C. Albritton has charge of the petit jury. Considerable time has been oc cupi...

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 April 1913

I LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen those New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking' may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious to have everybody see them. CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION. Kim valued at $10. Many new tliinirs in lin suitings, with styles thnl it.ro I We'll Look Out For You, if You imported IH'(IIJlli'(l. weave in Williams-Zoglinann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - High Grade Tailoring I. O. O. F. Building Burns, Oregon J f hr (Ttmrs-llfrafd JULIAN BYRD. Mnnfi(-i SATURDAY. APRIL 12. 1913 SUBSCRIPTION KATK.S O.. Y.ar Sla Month. TWh Mo.ih. V-i.OU 1.00 .75 "Rag Town" in Catlow Supt. Breithaupt has just re turned from a trip to Catlow Valley where he found condition! discouraging so far as moisture is concerned, but he found some of the settlers had already se d ed some ground 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 — 12 April 1913

'imes-JIerald the Largest ClrcuUllen Of Any Newspaper In Hrny County. ' SATURDAY. APP.ll. It. 113 - Local News. Use Nyals Rheumatic Remedy. Ladies fine shoes in suede and hite buckskin at Schwartz'. Roland Hankinsand wife were er from Harney Wednesday. Miss Julia McKenzie is the est of friends in Burns this k. LADIES HOSPITAL, Private d comfortable care, Mrs. W. T. ster. Burns, Orejron. Mrs. Alvin Hurlburt and little n have been visiting at the e of hr parents, Mr. and ra. C. A. Sweek, this week. A. Dunn will have charge of y wood business in Burns this inter. Dry wood on hand to y part of town F. 0. Jackson. 52. tf J. T. Barnes is over from Otis k this week greeting old e friends. He and Mrs. Barn- have been over there all win- r. Miss Myrtle Irving was the. eat of frienda in this city dur-' k the week. She has finished Mr school in t h e district just flow I ,awen. ('has and John Mericle were town Thursday 4 making proof their homesteads. They were iate.1 by Fay Comegys and A. cKe...

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 April 1913

93I -" MP"WPW HHmHBMHBI ?WiP-1'T?jE T?f ' WK sjgjt nj v? ' ' ?aS? ' '$& r m awauMlpv gjaaBBB4HBBBBVBHMBBBBBHaB'- SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT Of the Treasurer of Harney County. Orejron, for the period of six months beginning October 1st, 1112. and endinjr March 31st. 1913. Shewing: Balance in Treasury September 30th, 1912, the receipts and disbursements since, and the balances remaining in the treasury March 31st. L91& The total balanee in the treasury Sept. 80th, 1912, as re ported 47,750.23 nCUVBB BINCK VI fOfli FYom County nerkifcrW. M.0T tees. .MiM.ji' e Prom Sheriff as tnxo tlrW-W arid 1910. $ 282.0,, 1911, 21.224.83 1012, . . ... WUM4.H1 From Assessor, taxes on transient stock For Liquor Licenses Sale of old stove from llij;li School .... School District to pay interest on bonds Peddlers Bend For Webster Kstato . - ' From State Treasurer for school iunil. JF1W2.04 : roafl " (W2.03 ... Total receipts since Sept. 30th, 1912 1,244.1(5 80,161.07 464.10 2.000.00 2.50 90.00 150.00 ...

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 April 1913

r I SfW oftm v&M inPjt I h iJCHini CITY OF BURNS The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, ORKGON. APRIL 1, il 18 VOL. XXVI NO. 23 9S0 j (Hr S" 0 y )y ''' I f Or, " I" The Weil j aaaa m - :-r m . v' iaaaMifBaaaaii TO GET HILL RAILROAD DIRECT TO BURNS Work on Western Link of Electric Line May Begin at Once. Joint-Track Privilege Through Malheur Canyon Permit the Immediate Construction Of Branches in Big Harney Valley fThe fore part of the present constructing a portion of the week a gentleman more or less road bed would be awarded. familiar with the railroad situa- The company proposes to con tion was a caller at The Times- struct a road from Salem to Bend Herald office and predicted that by way of Stayton and through n. . ,m Ka wrvnl hv & Hill the Minto Pass, one of the few line at some time in the near fu- available railroad passes through ture. He fu ther asserted that the Cascade Mountains, it would be an electric road and The c...

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 April 1913

ipr limn i LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen those New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious 'to have everybody see them. Mnny dow things in suitinirs, with Styles tlmi We'll Look Oul For You, I fine Imported weaves in nv Tnequaled. You Look In To See Us. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - 1111. Grade Tailoring I. O. O. F. Building - Burns, Oregon SUNSET SONNETS. It. D. Stuhl had gone over to Weaver Spring to do some plow in g for Robs Ringer. A. G. Shafer and wife of Nar rows was visiting in Sunset Fri day with the Embroe boys. Miss Hannah May was employ- THE ROD & GUN CLUB. A mooting of the Harney County Rod & Gun Club was held at The Times-Herald office last Tuesday evening and elected officers for the coming year. Dr...

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 April 1913

imes-Jerald Pill UrfMt Circulation Of Any Nwspa.r In Harney County. SATURDAY. KTtL It. 111 Local News. Use Nyals Rheumatic Remedy. KemD Hardisty was down m Trout Creek yesterday. Ladies fine shoes in suede and rhite buckskin at Schwartz'. Miss Young was ill one day His week and had to dismiss her ipils in the public school. A. Dunn will have charge of ly wood business in Burns this Inter. Dry wood on hand to ly part of town F. 0. Jackson. 52. tf Dr. Bacon and wife and E. E. ughs and wife were here from kane early in the week and ide entry of land in Catlow alley. Mrs. W. L. Marsden and son rare, who have been in Cali- tbrnia for the past winter, passed I ftmnigh here Saturday en route or Burns. -Blue Mt Eagle. Miss Louel Smith exuects to' tave next week for Portland I here she will remain until after I me meeting of the Masonic! rand Lodge and Eastern Star peeting. The threat of free meat by the riff revisers has not had much feet upon the price of cattle in is section or elsewhere ...

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 April 1913

vHHillHHHBHHHHHHHHIilHHHMHBHHMHHnHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH mmmmmm CeUeffe Education Makes Good Farmers. (Continued from pane one. ) aity graduates, it should bo charged against them as indivi dualsnot against tho fact (hut they are college graduates. The employee on a farm who would play the mandolin or rest in the shade during tho hours ho should be at work would watch the clock and "soldier" on his job wherever he might bo even though it were in mahogany fur nished offices. Undoubtedly such college men "cut" classes when students and use a "pony" to assist them in their translations. They are simply 50-cont boys into which hopeful parents are trying to cram a $5000 education. It isn't the fault of the education if it can't be done. The number of college nun who are making a success of farming is much larger than the laymen think. In tact, the agri cultural districts of tho richest portions of our country are tilled with college men. Our neighbor, Hood River, Ore., distinctly a fruit growi...

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 April 1913

. r i (S&Pl CITY OF BURNS mmt COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State j The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon I Of Oregon, Best In The West M VOL. XXVI BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEHON. APRIL 26, il13 NO. 21 " -MtfUtk -- lot). VI kll AW Or ,r-u uMl Ml I' nl ed! ice f I -'-1 Su Po acrlfO - HlcoI WINW ! Finai tiricPq mlW'tw ' liLS ! l (M Ho il OREGON TO ATTRACT FOREIGN IMMIGRANTS State Immigration Commission Plans to Secure Widest Benefit From Legis lation to Attract Settlers to State. Other Notes of General Interest to Educators and the Public. U'rumOur Portland OomtpondciKj Conference on Human Life, its In order to get the widest no- Waste and Conservation, to be sible benefit from the legislation held at Reed College, Portland, i recently passed to attract settlors May 9 to 11. Officers of the Con- to this state, the State Immigra- ference are in touch with over tion Commission is inviting sug- ioq different institutions that restions as to the best...

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 April 1913

HHHBHBHHIHH LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen those New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious to have everybody see them. Mutiy new things iu fine Imported wearea in suitings, with Style tli;it are Hneqaaled. We'll Look Out For Yoii.il You Look In To So.' I'm. Williaitts-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - High Grade Tailoring I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon Gold Medal For School Boy or Girl fhr (Times-lfiftaCd JULIAN BYRD, Mating? r SATURDAY. APRIL 26. 1013 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On- Y..r Six Month T.r Months S2.00 1.00 .75 JOHN H. LOGGAN DEAD. John H. Ixtrgan, an old time and highly respected pioneer of this county, died at his home in Harney Tuesday morning April 22 after an illness of some two years, during which time he suffered v...

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