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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 27 February 1915

r 1 fPje I 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 BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. FEBRUARY 27, 191B VOL. XXV1H NO. 16 jptnPeMJX POISON FARM PESTS SAGE RAT AND GOPHER Suggestion in Rural Spirit Bring Local Rodents to Mind and The Urgent Necessity of War on Them. Since Rabbits are Disappearing This Men ace to Crops Should Have Attention The loss to crop grower from depredations of squirrels and gophers is vastly greater than one would believo. Grain by grain these countless little out laws every year levy their toll on industry just as do thieves in commerce. Birds have been ar raigned time and again for ruth less destruction of fruit and of gathering grain from the fields, but in late years, evidence has been presented that these faith ful songsters through their vora cious apetite for hugs and worms more than offset the less they in flict to field and tree. The squir rels ...

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 — 27 February 1915

1 I Made In Burns PANTS 25 New Patterns Received TODAY Assorted Colors $8 to $10.50 Leave your measure today Get your pants TOMORROW See Window Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Loading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Barns, Oregon 51 he Wxmti-Small JULIAN BYRD later look .tea with the pupils nnd Miss Wilson. Some very tasty sowing, embroidery, lace, Mmm etc., f were on display and much admired. The equipment of SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On, Yw Six Mentha Tkr Month. Si.00 1.00 .78 these departments was also a source of interset to the visitors. r raises Our Public Schools. I The a'xtb (rrade of the public school of this city had charge of the regular Monday morning program Inst Monday and a large number of visitors were present t witness it Many of these visitors stayed for a period of tin; morning recitations and ob I rved i lie excellence of the ' school. J. F. Mahon and wife were among those to attend and Mr. Mahon is profuse in his p...

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 — 27 February 1915

TheTixttes-Jferald Hat Thn target! Circulation Of Any New.paper In Harney County. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17. ItIB Local News. D. A. Brakeman was up from Waverly this week. Pat DoneRan is in the city visit i u v with relatives ana" friends. Hot Tanmlas at the Gillenwater Rakery from 4 until 10 o'clock each night Joe Clark and wife were among those from Harney to the P. P. P. ball last Monday night. Hay for sale, either at the ranch or delivered in Hums. Call Henry Vulgamore on the phono. Bert Bower was down from Harney during the week pivot ing old friends and looking after business. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR 9 $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. George Marsden was down from Bear valley this week look ing after some cattle belonging to his company that are being fed in this neighborhood. I hereby announce myself a canidate for the office of marshal of Burns at the coming election. R. L. Haines. Kodak films developed 10 cents per ...

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 — 27 February 1915

? See Moving Pictures of This Story In Weekly Installments at r I ONAWAM t- y JL THEATRE T 1, Every Wednesday Evening IBETREVMflCMS CHAPTER V. The Hunted Man. That day wan hot nml windless with, an unclouded sky a dny of hrusa mill burning. Long before any sound auiltblo to huinnn ears disturbed tho noonday hush, a bobcat sunning" on a log In a glade to which no trail led, prlcLcil ears, rose, glanced over shoulder with, a snarl and of a sudden wi9 no mora there. Perhaps two minutes latar a lUCOeBi alon of remote crauliln begun to bo heard, a cumulative volume of sound made by aotne heavy body forcing by main strength through tho underbrush. and ceased only when a inuu broke Into the clearing, nulled u. stood for an Instant swaying, then reeled to a seat on the log, pillowing his head on arms folded across his knees and shud dering uncontrollably In all hie limbs. He was a young man who had been and would iigalu bo very personable. Just now he wore the look of one hounded by furies ...

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 March 1915

! ii! I I CITY OF COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest County In The State The Biggest City In The B County In The State Of Oregon f Of Oregon, Best In The West I VOL. XXVIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 6, 1915 NO. 17 . OR 4 q m J h me .w m ,h Jy V Jty wl V v$ tF s9 r r 'W f CATLOW MAN KICKS ON. LACK OF Route Discontinued Last July Leaves Between 300 and 400 People With out Mail Facilities. Complaint is Justified as These Isolated People Suffer Much Inconvenience From it Editor Times-Herald: If you will allow me space in your val uable paper, beinK a subscriber, I would like to air up the griev ances of some 300 or 400 people living in theCatlow Valley, Har- ney County, State of Oregon. On the first of last July the Gov- ernment discontinued our Mail Service. Since then we have petitioned in vain. Under the good old competition sytem the Government advertizes for bida and strife is so fierce, and men are so eager for jobs they put in bids so low, they can't Rive bond, and so here we...

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 March 1915

ggF Made In Burns PANTS 25 New Patterns Received TODAY Assorted Colors $8 to $10.50 Leave your measure today Get your pants TOMORROW See Window Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailor!, and Lending Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon (She (Ftmes-ftrraU JULIAN I1YRD Mi SATURDAY. MARCH a. ISIS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ob Year Six Month. Three Month Railroad to Push Into Harney Valley at Or ce That the O.-VV. R. ft N. m il continue its line into Harney Val ley this summer seems to be an assured fact. Surveying par lea are now in the field deiny: cro s section work alonir the lin ! of survey, headquart r; bin a" i Duncan McRie ranch above R erside. The yards at Riverside are In ing fixed up to accomm odate th" shipments of grading machinery that is now on the road In, and within a very few week- the con tractors will be on the ground ' and dirt will be moving- The importance of this news I can hardly be appreciated by peo ple not familiar with conditions in the interio...

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 March 1915

l1 - -a.... ITill'B" TheTimes-fterald Hat Ttis lar,.t Circulation Of Any Nawtpap.r In Harney County. SATURDAY. MARCH . ItlB Local News. School Supt. Hamilton has boon in town this week on official business. Hot Tamalns at the Gillen water Bakery from 4 until 10 o'clock each night. E. B. Moon and wi wore in the city this week from their home in Sunset. J. L. Lauderdale v:s in the city this week visiting his daugh ter. Mrs. Leland Fry. Burns McGowan sings tonight at Tonawama. A dandy picture program for the kiddies. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. All members of Piute Encamp ment, I. 0. O. F. are urged to be present at a meeting next Tues day evening. Five H. P. gasoline engine and 2 in. centrifugal pumping plant for sale Wm. Allen. Harney. Oregon. Opening dadce at the Albritton hotel Wednesday night, March 17. Dancing and music free. A buffett lunch served all night. The O. A. C. Club of this cit...

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 March 1915

I See Moving Pictures 6.f This Story In Weekly Installments at i Every Wednesday Evening WEiREvrasans CHAPTER IX. Forewarned. The tliltiK wiih inaiuiKi'd with nn In genuity that Alun teimi'il tlcxillsli It was indisputably Mnrhliivi'lli.iii The lovers had (MM SOWS from tho North In hot liuete utul tha shadow of death Two days of steady traveling by canoe, by woods trull, by luko steamer forty dalit hours of fatlgni and strain fnl by lmt one. Instant's relaxation from tho loch tension of vigilance upon which their very Uvea depended wore to a culmination throtifih thle tedious afternoon on tho train from Mooselumil a trap of paya leal torment only made possible by Alun'a luck In securing, through sheer accident, two parlor-car reservations turned back at the lust moment be fore leaving Klneo Station No mutter tin' longest afternoon must have Its evening the pokiest of trains comes the more surely to Its destination; In another hour or two they would be In Portland free at lust to dra...

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 March 1915

Wty fpm.efieMiX I CITY OF BURNS COUNTY OF HARNEY The Biggest City In The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon Ijll The Biggest County Fn The State Of Oregon, Bent In The West I m - --- ''il ii VOL. XXVIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 13, 1 ! 1 5 NO. 18 sfc A MARCH TERM COUNTY COURT HAS ADJOURNED Much Important Matter. Taken up at Session. Road Master Appointed. County Fair Provided Far. High School Board Teachers Elected for Coming Year County court adjourned for the March term on Wednesday. ' During this term many things of importance was under considera- tion but comparatively few or- ders were made. However each matter up for consideration was deliberated upon and the work of the term indicates that the pre- sent court is not going to act in a hasty manner upon anything of importance to the county. During the week a meeting of the county high school board also, and Prof. H. K. Shirk was re-elected principal. Miss Locher and Miss Wilson were also re elected to the position...

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 March 1915

; gsg x Made In Burns PANTS 25 New Patterns Received TODAY Assorted Colors $8 to $10.50 Leave your measure today Get your pants TOMORROW See Window Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon J he ffitncs-iurafil JULIAN BYRD Manager SATURDAY. MARCH IS. 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Vl Six Manilla Three Month. .... A Seeming Needless Expense and Annoyance. C. B. McConnell left hi r yes- terday morning for Salem where he has been called again in eon nection with the suit instituted in the circuit court of this county against the P. L. S. Co. brought in the name of the state for tl e cancellation of deeds to certain lands in this county taken up years ago as swamp. The matter is properly before the circuit court in thi county and a demurrer had been ruli d upon by the court last fall. In spiteof this the company brought the matter before Gov. West and the State Land Board last winter asking that the suit be dismissed bu...

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 — 13 March 1915

TheTimes-Jferald Has Tho Laraoat Circulation Of Any Nrwspaprr In llarnrv County. SATURDAY. MARCH IS. ISIS Local News, Roland Han kins wits in town yesterday. C. W. IiORfran and family are movinsr over to Harney today. Roy Bunyard and wife and his mother were in the city yester day. Hot Tamalas at the Gillenwater Bakery from 4 until 10 o'clock each night. Five H. P. gasoline engine and 2 in. centrifugal pumping plant for sale. - Wm. Allen, Hnrnoy. Oregon. Dr. Carl made a professional trip to Silvies this week and u ir on his return reports a case of measles in the home of David Craddock. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS f 100.000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Another enjoyable recital by the piano pupils of Mr. Fellows and the voice students of Mrs. Gault was given at the Levens Theatre last Saturday afternoon to an invited company of guests. Customers and others desiring us to settle their taxes will please send us Treasurer's tax 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 — 13 March 1915

W , , ;yjflMMWBP sjapBsas; Ml i -rmm -' - ' See Moving Pictures of This Story In Weekly Installments at rl ONAWAM 1 THEATRE I 1L Every Wednesday Evening AMA. mmmm CHAPTER XIV. A Double Etcapa. On NaUBt'l llencli. In tha slMUsh of midsummer night, two men sprawled n tho sands. MM dlstiincti back from vv. er. anil listened to llio heavy .'.tumping of tholr OWtllld hearts, u'id panted. I .nil agnln om unuld lift lill id . .ni staro out over the black t.i.n waters at a little lino of rod, .uiiea about a mile off shore, all i in. lined to WttMM to the fact an hour since, tlu-sn two had .1 In command of us trim a small nooner as ever ventured the cn.ist- Vi .-e trip from Portland to Now York. As far out again shone the star board light of a becalmed SChOQItl r, whose people had been directly respon sible for the disaster which had over taken tho smaller vessel In tho couise of time, bcgliiuing to breathe with more ease, ono of tho two marooned gentlemen eald: "What I can't understand anyw...

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 — 20 March 1915

r i i 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 VOL. XXVIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. MARCH 20, I915 NO. 19 T fM ear& n'C1 S rfV j- mw- mmm-Mtmm in -Jr V m V ,. v.,.,,, TIMELY HINTS TO EAST ERN OREGON FARMERS New High Yielding Spring Grain De veloped at the Experiment Station Recommended. Early Plowing for Summer Fallow Very Advantaeous. Other Profitable Crops Suggested A great many Eastern Oregon that the dry farmer would do farmers, on account of the lack well to plan on plow ing his sum of rainfall or because of winter 'nier fallow not later than April. exposure have wheat land which Early (Rowing tor summer fallow must be seeded this spring. Such In April as compared with Juno farmers will find a great advant- has been shown to give an ad age in using seed of the new vantage of 6 to 12 bushels per high yielding variety of spring acre in the yield of wheat seeded...

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 — 20 March 1915

I Made In Burns PANTS 25 New Patterns Received TODAY Assorted Colors $8 to $10.50 Leave your measure today Get your pants TOMORROW See Window Williams-Zoglmanii Clothing Company Merchant Tailor., and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon $ht Junes-lifraH JULIAN BYRD M ni 12.00 SATURDAY. MARCH 20. ISIS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oh Ysar Sb. Moslh. Truss Month. 100, 7 Live Stock Bulletins at O. A. C. Distributed Free two spcrialtie; during the inter Live Stock Management is 'he mission tonight He will sing subject discussed in four bulle- and Katlirine Farre and Gladys tins recently prepared by the Bjrrd i 1 play a violin duet. Animal Husbandry Department of the O. A. C. Heretofore most bulletin published have dealt with someone special feeding prob- lem. These bulletins bowevi r, area summary of the experiment- al knowledge alone the lines at breeding, feeding and care of horses, cattle, hogs and sheep. They supply the data to often asked for by the stockmen of the state. ...

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 — 20 March 1915

TheTimes-JIerald - -, Hu !' Larg ! Circulation Of Any N.wapapvr In H.rn.v County. SATURDAY. MARCH M. UK Local News. D. A. Brakeman was up from Waverly yesterday on business. Hot Tamalas at the Gillenwater Hnkery from 4 until 10 o'clock each nijrht. Jerry Dillon Jr. was in town Thursday making proof on his homestead THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS f 100.000. 'THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. Mrs. Lelah Millar is back from her buying trip to Portland and is again at the Schwartz store where she will display her milli nery during the spring The weather has been fine of late and the roads are getting in good condition in the valley, the mountain roads being yet quit muddy, causing the mails to be late. Customer and others desiring us to nettle their taxes will please send us Treasurer's tax state ment together with instructions for payment of the same. First National Bank of Bums. Mrs. Isaac Kendall. James Kendall and family and Mr. and Mrs...

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 — 20 March 1915

See Moving Pictures of This Story In Weekly Installments at n ONAWAMV) THEATRE I Every Wednesday Evening neiKncKis CHAPTER XV. The Mssksd Voice. For a matter of twelve lmurn thn foe. leaden, dank, viscous, im Inexoi able as the dominion of evil, hud wrapped the world In mi rinliruoo us foul and noxious as the coils of sumo great, gray, slimy serpent. Through Its sluggish folds tho non derous, power-Impelled lifeboat grant at a snail's pace, Its stem partliiK und rolling back from either (lank u heavy hearted sea of gray. In the bows a young woman rested in a state of eenil -exhaustion, her in it closed, he head pillowed on a cork belt life-preserver, her sodden gar ments modeled closely to the slender body that wsb ever aud nguln shaken from head to feet with the strength of a long, shuddering respiration. Seated on tho nearest thwart, Alan Law, chin In hand, watched over the rest of this woman whom tin loved with a grimly hopeless solicitude. He was In no happier case than she, ho ...

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 — 27 March 1915

CITY OF COUNTY OF HARNEY The Big eat City In The County In The State Of Oregon The Biggest County In The State Of Oregon, Bct In The West ':.w'-'Jl VOL. XXV1I1 BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 27, 1915 NO. 20 ll Ml it ll AftHtff dkJv Jl Jl A4kdk' 1 ,! iW u iu l i j i mj) l r L a 1 1. MMHBHMi V ' W 1 C ' ' - - J - i - m; raw' kSWaw- BS' T XV XT W M'T "-vaw7 y - ."aW . BW . WaW '.WaW SHSL VJV IVam. BBfe. M'CONNELL ADVISES THE STATE NOT TO QUIT Special Investigator Declares Litigation in School and Swamp Land Case Against Pacific Live Stock Com pany Can be Won. The Attorney General Will Investigate Further A late Satan dispatch to the Journal says: C. B. McConnell has addressed to the state land board an extended statement in which he urges the board to con tinue the prosecution of the suit against the Pacific Livestock company to recover school lands secured by fraud. McConnell has been gathering evidence for sonable prospects of winning this suit, according to Attorney Gen eral Br...

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 — 27 March 1915

t Made In Burns PANTS 25 New Patterns Received TODAY Assorted Colors $8 to $10.50 Leave your measure today Get your pants TOMORROW See Window Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - - Barns, Oregon Baptiat Church Doing. The at tentlnncp at both services last Sunday was larger than usu al. Attendance at prayer meeting was about fifty. There is a Mr improvement al ready in the choir. Thanks to Mr. LeininR our choir leader. OB Sunday morning Mr. La Marr satin: "The Heavenly Song" and accompanied himself on the guitar. Every one was pleased. One candidate received the right hand of fellowship Sunday morning. Subjects for next Sunday: A. M. "The Baptism of the Holy Spirit." P. M. "A Dangerous Fire to Kindle." Mr. MacKae will whistle the Holy City, Sunday night. Nazarene Church. Regular preaching services each Sunday at 11 a. in. .and 7:80p.m. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Tuesday Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Mid-we...

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 — 27 March 1915

v tn- T. TheTimes-JIeraldj Hf Tha Ur.il Circulation Of Any Nawapapar In Harnay County. SATURDAY. MARCH IT. ISIS LochI News. his Wulter Cross is down from Trout Creek ranch. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. For rent -200 acres, 80 on flat anil under irrigation balance grazing, near Burns, good house, barn etc Inquire at this office. Customer and others desiring ut to settle their taxes will please tend us Treasurer's tax state ment together with instructions for payment of the same. First National Bank of Burns. It will pay you to see our new spring catalogue oi me victor Ladies Tailoring Co., comprising hundreds of beautiful styles and fabrics in high class suits, coats, drosses and waists Clingan Mil linery Parlors. Kev. C. C. Kabbidge and wife were in from their Valley View home this week making proof on their land and visiting friends. Dr. Babbidge states that a por tion of his place will be c...

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 — 27 March 1915

I See Moving Pictures of This Story In Weekly Installments at MV r ONAWAM 1 THEATRE 1 IL Every Wednesday Evening 1BE1te(pMin5 flat imr was all uncos- idoua of the fact, h ml bo mot Hit shadow In the moonlight kept him company upon the sands; haw dot, on Ihe edge of the bluff, aa othtr shadow moved in parallel coarse and at a para terluloutly Bat tened after hi. Ila found hla smtwtawgrl and hla friend much aa he had left them with tola difference that Mr. Marcus soar lay Bat on his back and tnorlng lustily lla wa wakened quickly enough, however, by Alans news. Hut when It was the turn of Rosa hey faltered She lay so atlll. be trare.J her eihauetlnn so patently In every Una of her unconscious posture, aa well as In the sharp pallor of bar face upturned to tha moon that It seemed acarcl) tagg than downright Inhumanity to disturb her None the lags, it had to be dona. Alan hardeud kit await with tha re- peatng ha had gon mer tha slern aad had Involuntarily Jtearmed him self aa wall Tha o...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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