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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 January 1909

v'X WOULD AMEND DESERT LAW. I bo accepted as proof of reelmim- ilion of Hitch tract. Provided, y-ttllll H l!MUIll3 Ul'lTOT?f 111U imloWIfii? uuilmo of an amendment to tho present desert land law b suggested by tho Burns Commercial Club. Its ob ject is to enlarge its scopo and bring about actual cultivation and make it possible to put into use land that can not bo taken under the laws now in force. It eliminates the clause pertaining to residence of tho claimant in tho state where tho land is locat ed and extends the time for mak ing final proof to seven years. It further makes it compulsory to cultivate a certain portion and to raise a merchantable crop equal to a certain valuatien: An Act entitled an Act to Amend an Act entitled an Act, Etc. Be it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That it shall bo lawful for any citizen of tho United States, or any person of requisite age ("who may bo en titled to become a citi...

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 February 1909

immanimmmm Sflte Wh,c $ntitcs-3-tcrnld TlioOlllclnl PnHrot llnruoy County lino llio liitjii'ft diuilntlon nml Iruiiu uf tin' lu'M ntUcrllcliiK nudlmiiB In KnHoin Oregon. Cuwra mi nron of n,'l28,t'0O ncice ol Iniuli 4,o:il,uril nrrcH jtt vnrnnt Biil)icl to entry ttrnlur llio public hind InwB ol llio Untied Stales. VOL. XXII BU11NS, HARNEY COUN TY, OREGON, FE BIIUAKY (!, 1009 NO, 12 ANGE VERSUS FARMS 'omparison of Methods by Man Who Knows by Actual Experience 10RE PROFIT IN STOCK ON FARM 1st Week The Times-Herald Asserted That Knngc Methods of Stock Raising Did Not Produce in Proportion to Cultivated Sections $5,000 a Year on a 160-acre Ranch With Sheep. Last week The Times-Herald jblished an article condemning le proposed range lease law. stated that the range method raising stock was not as pro- ible as the farm method. It iwcd tliat there were less than head of cattle, horses, lies, sheep and swine to every acres of land in Harney conn- is shown by the assessment while in states wh...

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 February 1909

N 18ft ImwgjOTfifc SATUUDVY. KU1I11UAUY P, l00 KUllSCKIlTtON HATKBl Una or Six Moulin Thtco Monlti UN 100 .71V .ilH.IAN IIYU!) - !)lnnfti(!r The Journal will not credit nny of the reports that Mr. Harriman will do no railroad building in Oregon this year until it is obliged by the fact to do so. Let us give tho man a .aill chanco to make good. -Portland Journal. The governor promptly vetoed some of tho salary bills which were passed and presented to him, just as he said he would do, but the lower house just as promptly passed thorn over his veto. Among them was one al lowing tho dheriffo ct Harney and Malheur counties, to retain cons table fees. A recent issue of the Portland Journal credited Senator Parrish with having introduced a bill to increase the salary of tho school superintendent of Harney County to $1200. The Times-Herald pub lished this report but it seems to have been a mistake. The school superintendent should have sulli cient compensation to devote his entire time to t...

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 February 1909

tr-t The Times-fcrald.l THK I.AHOKRT OIUCULATION lF ANY NKWBrAI'KIl INTHI8COUNTY. SATURDAY. FKllKVAllY (1, 1W Local News. Frod Unities enmo over from Hnrnoy yesterday. Edison Phonographs and re cords for snlu nt Lumiburg & Dalton's. ,loo Holcbos, who hna been suf firinj? from dropsy nt the county hospital is improving rapidly. 1 5. A. Collier, one of our fore most educators who is tcachingi on Silver creek, was a visitor bo-' tween stages this week. Miss Elsie Cox who was operat ed upon v week for appendici tis by Drs. Marsden and GrifUth, is doing quite well and recovering rapidly. Don't forgot the mask ball at Narrows Feb. 12. Harris & Fitzgornld will innnngo it until Dnrscy & Welker's orchestra will I furnish the music. ' i In purchasing real estate be ware of the title. Demand of the grantor an abstract of titlo to the land conveyed. Harney' County Land and Title Coimmnv Harney county is now having a siege of-March weather. The" ground hog saw his shadow last niesday...

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 February 1909

,. -,-,,.TimI-ir rrrrm, ., MyiMyiiinHiiiMiininiin m. m '''"-aa ""--- aa---'----'' ' .. . . . - -,. -.,- . toy to IIARRIAUN AOAIN IIRHAKS PROMISD, Continued from pnco one. j"o of January, 1909 to discover 'l0 Vind niado a mistake. 'So far as the people of Oregon have any knowledge or informa tion, the only progress that has been made on the Central Ore gon project is that three routes I are under consideration, and that, one of them will cost about ?-t,-500,000, another about $2, 000,000 and the third about $900, 000. "Tho end of the year" is one month past, and there are no ties and spikes on the ground. Central Oregon is still an un broken wilderness; only another of Harriman's promises has been "broken." For that Terrible Itching. Eczema, titter and salt rheum keep their victims in perpetual torment Tho application of Chamberlain's Salve will instant ly allay this itching, and many cases have been cured by its use. For sale by all good dealers. INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspo...

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 February 1909

r. & i k""i v QMsstmm- fj i. umjJ-wwMi'wiimni u.jju. HWlWBBBBHSSSaS .'.iiiiu'.mggfiggewji'.'iuiJiiiiiiniumMi 1ClK 5t'cnt Tinmen. Cotuilru Covers nn nrcn of 0,428,800 nnct of land, 4,0.11,001 ncros yet vncnnt nnblcct to entry under tho imbllc Innd laws of thu United Btntea. TlioOIUclnl rnporol llnrnoy County, linn llio Inrgctt clirtilntlnu and Is ono ot thu lict ndvertlalng mediums In KailfMi Orogon, VOL. XXII BUKNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OHEGON, FEBRUARY NO. 13 , w-AVM Qjkp b 111 ilvlCF VllUJo 18, UOI) THE HARNEY COUNTRY "Old Man" Bennett Takes in Sights And Tells Journal About it SUGGESTS DRAINING THE LAKES Simple Reclamation Project to Cut Drainage Canal Through Bed of South Pork Thus Opening to Settlement Alany Thousand Acres of Rich SoilMay Stacks .Thick as Plies. The following loiter is from the pen of Addison Bennett and was published in last Sunday's Port land Journal. It was accompan ied by a view of Burns taken from near the fair grounds that showed up backwards ami was altoge...

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 February 1909

ffftrigiww-ffiwfil. 8AT0KDAY. KKUIIUAllY 13, IPM IHlllSOllIlTION UATK8I Oho Your liCO Btx Month! . .1.00 Tlitco Montin 74 JULIAN 1IYUII - - - - Jttnimiinr A subscriber, who is also n render of the Orcgoninn, writes The Times-Herald for informa tion rcgurdinir tho following par agraph which appeared in a re cent issue of the Oregenian: "Senator Parrish asserted that this raiso in tho salary of the Treasurer of Harney County is desired by tho people af that county and that the Treasurer took the oflice upon the under standing that tho salary would bo raised." v Tho paragraph is taken from an article bearing upon tho rais ing of salaries of county officers. The Times-Herald heard nothing of such proposed raise during the campaign. In fact it know no thing of it until the bill was in troduced. There- was no such understanding and if left to a vote of the people of Harney county there would be no raiso in the salary either. ifntVj, i IV. dlMV.llHUlU'UJUl- missoncr Smyth were at Portland ...

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 February 1909

JwJTlffwpffimwdJjr .. ' --.iLi,.ur1.J.HLiu.nifciJjj 1A THK LAHOKST 0I11CUI.ATI0N OK ANY .NKW8PAVKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATl'HDAY, FKIIUUAUY 18, WW. Local News. J J. Heinz was up from L:wcn i during the week. I All who own sleigh rivo (HsRiist-' ctl and will sell them at" a'sacri- fieo. i V Y. King and A. h. Hunter! niv homo from a trip to the P Raiuh. The only and best self food1 Diic Drill is the Van Ih-unt, at C. 11. VooRtly's. F G. Cavors of Boise, repre seiunitf Hitchcock, Hill Co., Chi caKO is in lh city. Mrs. E. B. Hill was an outso- inj; passenger on Inst Sunday's stage enroute to railroad points. ' Ed. Howard was over from! Drewsey the first of this week looking after business affairs. !!- returned home Monday. Last Monday Drs. Marsden and Griflith performed a delicate operation on Mrs. Lee Caldwell. It was successful and the lady is doing well. In purchasing real estate, be ware of the title. Demand of the grantor an abstract of title to the land conveyed. Harney County Land an...

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 February 1909

y I'M: HAKNIiY COUNTRY Continued from pngo one But soon nftor leaving tho Sod llousol hud discovorcdithnt much money had nt sometime boon spent in drainage cnnnls nnd irri Kation ditches, nnd that former ly most of this valley was over sow land, nnd had been reclaim ed by the oriRinal ownors. Tho Uunder and.Ulitzen is a turbulent stream as it comes down from the nioltinR snows of Stein's mountains. (By tho way tho reader will do well tu learn tho local pronunciation and call them "Steen's" mountains and not "Stilus's." No matter why. That is the local way of speak ing of them, nnd consequently the proper way.) As the Dunder and Hlitzcn en ters the valley some thirty milt's south of tho sagebrush Held it spreads out at its (lood over the entire valley, although it has for a short distance a pronounced bed or channel. Rut a few miles further down it loses its channel, so to speak, and covers the val ley from hill to hill. But years ago tho owners be gan at its mouth and widened and de...

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 February 1909

. a WWWff (fp ?TIc Tiutcs-Blcrnld This Oflloltil l'npor of Unrnoy Cmuily, line llio iHrjiiwt clirtilntlon inul Isono of tlio Wl mhcitlf n imtlliunH in Kuttoin Oirynii, ftftetfji-cnl 3-fnnieu CCotiiilrrj Couth on nrcn of OSS.SOO ncirt of Ininl, 4,0:11,001 ncreB jol uicnnt auhjcct to entry under tlio public Innd ln of lliu ITnllcd Hlnti'H. MMHeasBEsai VOL. XXII HUKNS, 1IA11N12Y COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 20, 1009 NO. 14 M r M fa. y 4fet. J Ik. Mtor .A. A ! ! A .Ak A. jfe A. vok -" t. ?OLD WEATHER EFFECTS Mow to Detect and Trees After folE RECENT FREEZE DISCUSSED Although Hnrney County Weather This Article Fruit Raisers Injury By C. I. Lewis, Profcsssorof Horticulture, 0. A. C.) The recent spell of very cold eathcr was very unusual and is lid to have been the coldest in years, and only three times nee 1SG0 has such weather been perienced in many of our loca- tks. I Ins cold weather has v scd much concern among nut growers, many fearing that lie trees are severely injured, the 0. A. C. ex...

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 February 1909

T r y mmm lf lORsk ' ' i ! i ii i ! i - ... IHEfflO CT7 1... .:. .- &t....,f .1 I fni (niwltrlntna. B . II lllil 111 IIKrflll II1T1I I II I .W& ....' hkh. i I . i ii1 I ill i'i"a ' " : n' I HU 81 lm ffitmntttiwrfl Utl I 7 i.-U'lllY FMiHIWRV SO t UUVRIl'I'lON UATKK- tc Yrrtr lx Moi ih riitro Montlm I I IAS 1 !. - - - . M Mr. H;u riman had made anoth er uroHiiho at a ;ety opportune time. Tlu purposed amendment to the constitution giving author ity to the people of Oregon to build vailroails had passed the house and this promise was thought the proper thing to stop the measure in the senate. Whe ther it hn had such an effect we have not learned at this tinie. It beems strange to those who are familiar with the general to pography of the country that Mr. Harriman should choose the Deschutes route. To spend $4, 773,000 for 130 miles of road through a section of the charact. or of the Deschutes canyon k reach the Bend country wheK the only possible tonnage can be found is somethin...

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 February 1909

Ez Times-jisrai3T Till IA1U1KST CtUCULATION Or' VIS Y NKWSl'AI'KH IN THIS COUNTY. . r - -art- ' II L' II' Hi i . inn jgiuumum VII lUlAY.VltllUV.vnY SO. )". FIRST Capital. Surplus, Local News F. Purrington has bogn, from the mill this wool:. I llonnoy was among our t istors during the week. 1 . only and boat salt feed i' Prill is the Van Brunt, at l oeguys. ki ishino rain, a littlo snow.l i wind arc the mixtures oi tmrthis week. II. Morrison was a caller ii solllce the first of the week. was down to pay his taxes. .i nuiiiiiti seem to be quite ihable these- days and m-, it-es more or less witn uie. it'lS. II. Gray, the old pioneer, J up iroiu irfiwen iqr a icw s tins wcok nuving sumo a- work done. Irs. J. v. suown nas ueon nisly ill at her homo in Har- but is reported slightly im ed this morning. nrry dry came up from en Thursday with a "bum " and is now under the care (logician. He is suffering ir .a aoscess on ms eye. purchasing real estate, be- of the title. Demand of , Come to th...

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 February 1909

iMmitiii 'lidii tnii mm 1 l P I I i t I t r c t i v P a w tl n h fi ol tr W. W. DROWN QOTS NOTORIBTY. Figures lit "Rahbllvlllc" Ileitis And Will Now bo Besieged by "Wldders" "Old Mmi" Bennett of Knbbii villo fatno has boon on a tour in to Iliirnoy county and under the Kabbitvillo hondinir ia Tlio Dalles Optimist gives W. W. Brown ex tended mention. Wo the article in full to our readers: Well I bin over into Harney county and Grant and have seen things I never seen before but hope to soo em again, for it is n grate big country, a fine large country and noboddy never dyes i over there ontil his lime cums, which as a rule is when lie is about a hundred and 1 years old. I have had a line visit, have met up with lots of peopul, some of em being folks well known all over Oregon. For instance there is the two Bills, Bill Ilanley and Bill Brown. The second Bill, Bill Brown, was discovered here on a sheep range about DO, forty or sixty years ago. Some peopul say he has soon all the butes in ...

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 February 1909

li Tho OIltclM l'npor of Harney County has tho InrRost circulation and laono o tlio bed ndvortlelnR mediums In Eiutcin Oregon, Covcrn on nrcn of 0,428,800 ncire of Intnl. 4,(1:11,(151 ncrcfl yet vacant eulijcct to entry tinder tlio public land lne ol tho United Slates. VOL. XXII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTYJOItEGON, FEHHUAUY 27, 1C0D NO. 15 V. w V I' WE ARE AGAIN ON MAP Harriman Plans East and West Line Crisscross Undeveloped Part DECLARES WAR ON HIS RIVALS Recent Bend Issue Will be Used to "Nail Down" Territory to Which Hill and St. Paul Roads Arc Building Wizzard to Spend, Millions in Northwest WorkPleases Oregon Muds. A Chicago special to tho Ore gonian says: A large part of tho millions which the Southern Pa cific management has decided to raise by bond and stock issues is to be devoted to a battle which Edward II. Harriman is going to wage in the Northwest, with James J. Hill and the St. Paul interests, for the possession of valuable territory. It is under stood that an official annou...

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 1909

l'.M nm tL if i i Wfcfctak... She imw-JcmM. 4A1UHIIAY. frKnilUAnV 87, l0'l Bl'llSCIlIVTION 11ATK8! Ouo Yr .. Six Montlo Throo Moulin 11.00 .1.00 ..7J IU1.IAN II V HI) Mnnvr If the people through tho ini tiative awl referendum, enn over surpass the present legislature in the consideration of fool laws, they will have- to becomo past masters at the art of foolishness. Just look at the edifying and state-wide usefulness and emi nent statesmanship of some of those measures- nine foot bed sheets, 10-inch "hat pins, prohib iting swearing, and salary grabs galore. A record to bo proud of. Yes, indeed. -Bend Bulletin It seems by some blunder the recent legislature has mado in operatie one appropriation bill involving something over $300, 000 and Gov. Chamberlain offered to call a special session to remedy the defect provided the members would servo without pay. This they refused to do nnd as a con sequence repairs at tho asylum, and other state institutions are likely to go without repairs ...

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 1909

The Times-jferald. A8 TKR LAKQKST CIRCULATION Or ANY NKW8PAPKI IN THIB COUNTY. SATURDAY, rKnilUAUY S7, 1. Loonl News. Grant Kcstorson is hero on n. visit to liia family. Fon Sale A good work team, ' cheap. B. F. Silcr. Burns, Ore. Tho only and best self feed' Disc Drill is tho Van Brunt; at" C. H. Vocgtly's. j Miss Eva Simpson has returned I from a sojourn of several months , in Portland. i Spring and wet weather is here. Reduction in rubber goods boots and shoes. Haines & Co. W. R. Dawson and wife wero shopping and tho guests of, friends in this city tho first of this week. In purchasing real estate, be3 i ware of the title. Demand of tho grantor an abstract of title to tho land conveyed. Harney County Land and Title Company. 7 cans corn $1.00 7 cans peas 1.00 7 cans beans 1.00 11 lbs sugar 1.00 Haines & Co. II. J. Hansen of the Burns Meat Market is prepared to fur nish bacon, hams and lard to sheepmen and ranchers in any quantity. Special prices ior.big orders. Carpenters ...

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 1909

?'. -j $ s : ! o '! . " i V . t s n li t 11. T. Nowcll formerly director of tho experiment fnrm depart ment of tho Agricultural colleRO of Wyominjr in his paper on "Conservation of Moisture tho Basis of Dry Farming" says: "It may be very well for tho scientist to say that twelve inches of rain fall would be needed, even if all wero actually used by tho plants to produce a certain number of bushels of wheat, but if a farmer actually grows that number of bushels with a less amount of rainfall, the experi ments havo a shadow of doubt cast upon thorn. In all such cal culations, however, it must be remembered that under the sys tem of dry farming here advocat ed, two years' moisture must be conserved for one crop. The conservation of soil mois ture by cultivation has been known in a somewhat vague way for a great many years, but every year that so much vegeta tion is being done as at tho pre sent on dry farming methods, there will be something new on tho farm may bo lost in three ways: 1...

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 1909

mpvwnn Witat, STIlc ;ima-3lcrnl& Tlio Ofllclnl I'npur of Hnniojr Count y Ins tho lurgoet circulation iml loono oj tlio l)t mhortUing incdlumiln Cnitpin Ori'pou. &fieC5rcnt aHnritetj Cotmlrtj Covers on nren of 0,-128,y00 nrict of Inml, 4,0.11,001 ncrc-B yet vncnnl tuhect to entry under tlio public Innd Inns of tlio United Mates. VOL. XXII BURNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 0, 10C0 SPhe (WilvJy willA NO. 1G RELATING TO SCHOOLS Some New Laws Governing System Passed by Last Legislature BILLS AFFECTING HIGH SCHOOLS Alosi Important Act of Late Session in Tills Class Was The Six Months Rural Limit Which Benefits Outlying Districts Acts Affecting Higher Institutions Most Commendable. Though tho state superintend ent of public instruction did not ask much from tho Inst legisla ture, a number of measures of considerable importance educa tionally were enacted. What is considered the most important is the Hawlcy act. which renuircs that every district in the state must maintain at lea...

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 1909

8.1.1 1 UJUMOBSSSms a it mmmwww WU V1I pvl k?4 She iimw-SwuCtl .TUKIAY. MARCH . IW -lIlsi'RUTlON UATlta: he i ivr Six Moulin flute M'Hlh 14.00 .1.00 . .76 V LI N Hl Alniuvi Harney County is not iroinir to fhve il all Ivor own way for the ration oi the dry farm expon ent station as other bastern regon counties are preparing ) make a fight for it. T ho lat st in the ranks is Lake county. t Oregon has a now governor, 'ccretary of State Benson having een sworn in Monday morning nmodiatoly following the receipt f Gov. Chamberlain's resigna Jon. Mr. Benson was not sure nether he would call a special ession of the legislature or not. The Commercial Club iscr ainly accomplishing good results nd receiving much encourage lent from outside sources. There i much work to do from this ime forth of a nature that is of onsidenible importance tojho ntiro interior, therefore it should iave the support of every public piritcd citizen of Harney coun y. One important matter is the jcation of the experim...

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 1909

, lines- Jferald. IA8 T1IK LAItOKST CIUCUI.ATION Of ANY NGWSrArKU IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY, MA11C1I tl, IW'.I. Local News, W. G. Hoddcr was in tho city, Thursday. 1 Chester Dnlton is suffering' from quinsy. ) Foil Sale A good work team, ' cheap. B. F. Siler, Burns, Ore. ' W. T. VanderVecr and wife! are over from their Pine creek I home, the guests of friends. Spring and wot weather is here. Reduction in rubber goods boots and shoes. Haines & Co. Mrs. I. II. Holland arrived homo Saturday from n visit to relatives and friends in Malheur , county. " 7 cans corn $1.00 7 cans peas 1.00' 7 cans beans 1.00 11 lbs sugar 1.00 Haines & Co. J. II. Anderson, of Monument is in town this week. Ho has recently sold his store in Monu ment to Fred W. Cupper. Blue Mt. Eagle. Mrs. Chas. King and children! took their departure Thursday! for Portland after an entended visit with relatives and friends in this city. II. J. Hansen of the Burns Meat Market is prepared to fur nish bacon, hams and lar...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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