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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 March 1909

fiiiMnni'Lttlli BK8g.Mfrif i)ffi)jlpftJ8B JB u1 "- m ; INDUSTRIAL NOTBS. tlnnd Correspondence). Sd, Ore., March 1st, 1909. is nn extremely impor- In tho growth and nd- cnt of tho stnto of Orc- ;is tho opening day of tho priced one-way tickets to sold for years, and cnl- on the basis of rato per large, high, unpruncd trees, as it docs to spray low-headed, thinned out trees. High-priced novelties aro often disappointing, but it is interest ing to tryafow each season. For main planting, however, stick to tho time-tested standard kinds. Why not givo those trees a de cent meal this year? Try 1,000 egon 1ms' tho advantage l)0Umla ,cr lVcr0f ? 8,ood com" r other state in tho Union for Oregon points will be today and continue until th, at every ticket office nitcd States and Canada, io buyer of tho ticket is n advanco ho can get a Winnipeg, Canada, to thest railroad point in ior $. Tins bAinc inro from St. Paul, Omaha bsas City, while from St is $30 50, Chicago $33, rk City $30, and propor-...

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 1909

is.?. pme "ne ftim24tt,nl& The Official l'npor of Harney County has tlie lArgvt circulation and la ono 0( tho beet advertising medluualn Eaatcin Oregon. Hfl GvtV-nvtz Cemtlrjj Covon an urea ol 0,428,600 ncrci of land, 4,034,051 ncrcs yet vacant subject toontry under tlio pulillo land law of llio United Btntci. 5225V0L. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 13, 1C09 NO. 17 She -Mtfalb. HARNEY CAN'T LOSE HIM The "Old Man" Will "Butt in" at Every Opportunity Offered BURNS SHOULD 'Let us Hope the Crime Against the Great Harney Country is About to be Put an End to" Thinks the People Awaking And Choice Territory to Longer Remain Bottled up Tight. Irrigon, Ore., March 4th, 1900 Editor Times-Herald: I suppose you think the "Old Man" has almost forgotten Har ney county, at least that ho has lost interest in your affairs, but rI assure you I am more deeply nterested in your welfare day by day, and since my return to the "outside" I have been pret ty busy telling people, both in private...

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 1909

K91 Z3H9HHHH EaHI n m I V (u 1 I i 'i f t E " U ; i i "' 7, She Siwi-gttiitA. avruRDAY, MAnon is. i BU1UJ01MT10N HATES t One Yct . Six Moulhi, , Thteo Month JJ.00 1.00 ..74 HI I.I AN MYKIt Mnuiiror Sinco tho next meeting of the Orcgon-Idnho Development Con gress will meet in Burns wo should Imvo a largo delegation at tho Ontario meeting March 26-27. Tho Bluo Alt. Englo has at last found tho oldest man in Grant county and in tho last issuo Clint very cautiously and timidly says he'd "kinda like" to know tho oldest woman hut won't insist on tho ladies telling their exact age. The Oregonian says Senator Bourne's man, John C. Young, will not rccotvo the appointment as post master at Portland and the Journal says ho will. Tho Oregonian further says Senator Fulton will bo 'appointed federal judge and tho Journal says ho won't So tliero you arc. Air. Honoy-docsn't seem to have any thing to say in either case. Before the people aro dono with it they will likely show tho Oregonian whether al...

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 1909

JuniMlauMimM niuiwfMMH mn k he Times-Gerald, THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of" i y NKwerxrxR in thib conNTY, SATURUAY, MARCH IS 1909. Looal News. MM rm. Catterson was in tho city kv days this week. largo delegation of Harnoyl bio took in tho basketball last night I bring ana wot weatner is Reduction m rubber goods ; and shoes. Haines & Co. nss Kuuy uurrow spent tno visiting her mother and liter on tho homestead. ftmo very desirable rcsidcnco ; business lots in Burns can bo Irjsd by seeing Irving Miller. is peas 1.00 ns beans 1.00 bs sugar 1.00! Haines & Co. Jocobson, tho popular travel representative of tho J. K. Co., was calling on his cus- sers in this city during tho fek. latt Riggs recently returned i Portland where he had been or treatment of a specialist eye trouble. Ho says his ers are all right now. red Otley and daughter, Mary, were in the city rsaay, returning home yes- lay, Miss Otley has recently ed a successful term of school lie southern part of the coun- EVERY $ OF ...

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 1909

& h - 'f u -.-- J$ja - ,.-.- - 'fef't ' RMCfc' WIVCS. tho cx-Prest- ks a scnsQ 01 , sympathy for lot him rend to Congress tho report Commission. judgement thoy display. Tho nmn is n good citizen; his wife is a Reed citizen; and their views are fundimentally sound. Very much information of tho most valublo kind can bo gathered if tho Com mission is given tho money nec essary to enable it to arrange and classify tho information ob- Iowa woman I rr" ' H. K , T" dinner under 8,m . ""'" ",Bf "' ... lomestiu load, It. Tho other Vppendix A," nnteu in the tho Govcrn- tuments and pamphlet in kimission s re- Ipendix A:" illuminating of the most Rising series the Commis- armer in Mis- that he had a he and his years old; led 520 acres (ny mortgage heads. He received. But there is one point where tho testimony is as a whole- in flat contridiction to that contained above. The general feeling is that tho organizations of farmers; tho grangers and tho like, have been of tho very highest service...

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 1909

-tJBr mmymmwm "t imlleMiX (l ttrat; SHwritejj Ce tin fry Covori an area of 0,428,800 acres of land, 4,03-1,001 acres yet vacant anbject to entry under tbo public laud lw of tbo United States. Tbo OfllclM l'aper of Harney Count)-, Ins tbo Inrgutt circulation and it one oj Jlio beet advertising medluas in Eastern Oregon. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 20, 1009 NO. 18 1 TEW IRRIGATION CODE Essential Features Enacted by The Legislature 4 HE APPROPRIATION OF WATER his Law is of Particular Interest to The People of This Section and is Published by Request of Many Readers State Engineer Required to Make Examination of Streams. Sinco there has been consider- blo request for it Tho Times- erald herewith presents the lient features of tho new wat- codo recently enacted by tho islature, and now in force. early all of tho arid states have iring recent years enacted laws the subject of water rights. he Oregon code is probably tho ost comprehensive of all. The Wyoming law was taken...

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 1909

HH i '""' MY K h bf ?. If fill! mi t. ll J i ) i i 't ,1 t I t N - ? V - r i f4 H ; y he (Biuiw-SUtKWL dATUROAY. MAHC11 20, IW9 BUIISOIUITION IIATKS: Olio Your. . (Six, Month! ... ThttoMonlhi liOO 1.00 JU1.1AN IIYUII - MnimftM President Taf t says in his mes sage to tlio special session of Congress "Fix up tlio tariff." Thnt's nil How different from "Teddy." Well, WelU Tho Oregon legjs--inttiro has redeemed itself loa cetain extent. Tlio special ses sion lasted but two days ami tho business was coniined strictly to correcting errors made at tho regular session. John C. Young, Senator Bourn's man has been appointed postmaster of Portland. After Senator Fulton's retirement from tho Senate there was no one to hold the appointment up, conse quently when President Taf t sent his name in last Tuesday it was promptly confirmed. In filing in the local-land office its selections of land in this and Malheur counties the Oregon Val ley Land Co., successor to the Oregon Central Wagon Road Co., ...

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 1909

- -tttf -! mxm fr mwmwmittm''!imKtmtmr4uit&qa WWH "he Times-Jfcrald. iiB THK I.ARCIKST OIRCUlATIOH OP ANY NKWSrArXR IN THIS (JOUNTT. EVERY 8A1URUAT. MARCH SO 1(00. Loonl News. C. L. Noil wns over from Har- ley yesterday. W. B. Parker is over from hta farm Springs home. Fred Hafncs was over from larney Wednesday, returning Thursday. Spring and wet weather is arc. Reduction in rubber goods i loots and shoes. Fred Haines. ; Some very desirable residence id business lots in Burns can bo ccured by seeing Irving Miller. ! J. C. Wclcomo & Son aro mak- hg some extensive improvements , In their Harness ana saaaio lop. f Senator Parrish loft Salem im mediately after the special ses- lon closed and is now at Canyon City. i For Sale Thoroughbred Red lurham Bulls from one to three old. Cal Clemens, Burns regon. ID. A. "Buster" Cawlfield and Ife will make their home in city and will occupy the irenco Luckey residence, (Emanuel Clark is in ithern part of the county on a lort visit to his 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 — 20 March 1909

BUM rlSSS? -i!SSSt!Ster!ijAsji, i. - - 1 J, hv n 1 .' N r U l tl' I W. - ' J b !.- ., ti 1' J PR I I t 5 ft, i d t ; I r 1 I 'I '.& A f 1 IfV'. bsif A J15 PORTLAND A LIVESTOCK CENTER' Hoga from Nebraska, right un der tho noso of tho Omaha pack ing houso, aro being sent to tho Portland market already. This is a straw showing that this is going to bo, is already, becoming one of tho four great livestock overwhelming majority, there being only four vote's against thd proposition and thoro waa only six dissenting votes in authoriz ing tho city to construct tho bridge, out of a total of 124. Tho state of Oregon has appro priated $10,000 and Malheur county tho samo amount, which makes a total of $30,000 that has markota in tho country, and In comparably the greatest ono on been appropriated for tho con' tho Pacific coast struction of this bridge. Tho This incidont ought to prompt Oregon farmers to raiso liioro and bettor hogs. Wo aro eating Nebraska, Illinois, Kansas and Iowa hogs. Th...

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 1909

gjfc&f. ,-U- ffiff .., I.. II ' t" i"Hh i i Cn fqe i;imes-3Hernl5 x Tho Offlclftl l'npor of llnrnoj County ha tbo lrgMt cltciilntiou ami Ik oho u( tho lxt advoriltlnK im-illums In EnMom Oregon. CtlW sl (Scent Zinrticj) auiiirtj CbVcr nil flren of 0,426,81)0 iiiti-s'of lunil, 4,nl,Ufll rtcrod )tt Micnnt eiihjfl i to ontry utnlor tho public lnrnl mt mi, M yniiHi HintfM. 11 (' t I ill. I' II I 4 tn iftiiiti H Ifr .UiMH .1. It VOL. XXII BURNS, IIAliNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAltCH 21, 11,09 i i .(NO. 19 iftjAM , a-,. rVril Ia A ' i1 tfl' WW.";1- SrWl'vi' wilJl i. nr- THE DRY-FARMING ACT B20 Dry Land Claims Allowed With Certain Requirements. HIS WILL BE GOOD FOR US should Give Quite a Boost" and Put the "Knocker" to The Dry Farming System will Practically Insurc Crop in this Section. Flight a Good Following is tho text of tho ondcll dry farming act, npprov- d Feb. 19, 1909, and providing for enlarged homesteads of 320 eres: An act to provide for an en larged hemestead: "Be it enacted by th...

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 1909

or. i f r.yyppryir-i- ,1 msmmgmm -L I'-v Ihe $tMM-$UvitCi SVTUIU)AY. MAltOH 27, IW9 . .I iijiy;1..'!" "f. 'iT'!1?"" HUUSOUirJ'lON KATK8t Ono Toar . . 8U UontUi Three Monttn, . 100 JULIAN IIVIIII llnTincr Senator Chamberlain has boon mado a member of tho commit teo on public lands, nuricultmo, irriKntion and printing, tho for mer three being commilteos on which ho can bo of groat use to Oregon. These committee hold ings together with tho ones held by Bourne will givo Oregon a a good loverago for many neoded things. Well, guess wo have lost the Dry Farm Exporiiuontnl Station that is if undornoath tho breath muttcrings nro so, and wo think at tho presont writing they are. After Harney County had "fath ered" tho bill, pushed with nil our influence, both local and offi cial, put our masterful forco and energy back of it, through and into it with tho promise from both stato and nation that our vast semi-arid domain would at least receive a consideration and just investigation, it now tran...

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 1909

The TirciGs-J-lGrald. . MI , m, , , m W..J. (AH VHK I-A1K1KBT CICUt.TION OP ANY NKW srAl'KU IN THI8 COUNTY'. BATOUUAV.MAHCUSr l?4i). Locnl News. Gootl milch cow for snlo; fresh next month. Inquire of C. A. I Byrd. - I Win. Fnwcott is in fromthoj Poto Peterson ranch nt thcWnnn i Sprinps. ", Harry Rigffs, of Lakovicw, is hero visitinjr relatives mull friends. Spring and wot wcathor iai here. Reduction in rubbor Roods ' boots and shoes. Fred Ilamos. 0 Some very desirable residonco and bushes, s lots in Burns can bo secured by seeing Irving Miller. For Salu Thoroughbred Rod Durham Bulls from ono to throo years old. uu ucmens, uurns Oregon. Mr. N. E, Pardeo and wife of Pendleton, are visitors with us, looking for investments and land locations. Beginning the first Monday in April we will put big cuts on tho prices of slices, "hats and mon's clothing. Fred Haines. Curtis Smith is helping in the I. Schwartz merchantile storo while Harry Buck is visiting ro lativey near Lawcn for a week. W....

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 1909

bira I 1" s m K.1 ;.:;; 1 sn fc'fc AV rl '.! S1. iff !' MrasusHti Wo will bo pr oparcd to start 6nuo;PtJWlJtonftf W,VWd.(int,, Cw-. -loci mJaPqftjaDtvvft'in vwk. flftor.Ai plnns," said Cii,ri ItofflMtf' j- iii. "j;.ui;M ii. on v aucsuon noiuinir u iiw ui frrWMnialfte 1iiGitlffitt.oi. '.tiwir ' Jiw.w.te fa ewIuforTftswMHPlW say wislftfr Ertlrf1 i nccr E. G. Hopson, of tho recla- a'Inati)paorvi!'VbO(ljafliflijinl!y JnadninncmiwfarfelWiifoiriintibimni1.tmK( of ,. mnn 'by tliu UIUWljUWU lUUUUUJVUJ lupui uiu i vmu- xItobiS.Weypft'?tq;Crol B16nfipu,SotW,WUlm This infyrt.jpsiflBWU - ..,,., ,,-uv, j,. w, lM-. ,,--,. esseiuuu oy ine jfuvunuiii-m, ui cetlQrv tjinn on.tho.hen. application forripht-of-wny tbt ' lg U) cultivato tho field and, gtPWicland8unJhe Desc hutes voirwilUmvo both nn appe- SMWSWSi3m"Wtll0 atkV)ierelialMo apr tho reclamation service ofncials age expect to arriVtVUcLsi'flya 0!00g,mVQ nitg in to whether the Deschutes river arrota omo lmvo rttt9 in ti,cr isinorovaluWbimwllfcVc...

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 — 3 April 1909

rK o Hiif Wb rK!thitf(aft'tfe ffilie ftrcnl J-lnriicj) (Cmtuirjj Cover nn nnin of 0,428,fOO niut of Intiri, 4,031,001 ncro )(t vncnnl nlt'ct to entry uiiilur thu itibllc Inntl laws (if llio Uftftut SlHlOH. Tb OAetal Pper cl Harrier County , hat thuUrgwit circulation and ti on oj theibMt ndTerililngntdtttHi in Eaitern Oren. ,", BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 8, 1009 NO. 20 )L. XXII m 5?k" IW, THE AWAKENING. I ion's Condition as to Transpor tation Stirs Wall Street fcGON FILCHED FOR OTHERS. ison of it, the Cause of it and theManlpulator of it is E. li. rimanHc Bottles Up the 3 (State, Takes the Millions ; Earns here to Improve other States. eet news that Oregon made it possible for the Wall -. . lira land people get from strest Journal to Bay: u ia saya the ?oriylTllT7 111 WIU UillUll ID J,VJvoo...e ... fast as tho state of Washington, unanimous The disclosure is made all Street Journal. It ory of neglect of Oregon adjbuildinsin Washing E. H. Harriman. The ys Mr. Harriman has $25...

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 — 3 April 1909

mvummmm wwiwwwuwii, -Vi MPS7- --V4)uMf8MC pwJ"IMI1p'C-vt'1 ''"iWWWlTSWrWf .J..; mmmmmvumimmm n , ..-I mm the iwc$-$tcvaM. SATURDAY. Altttll. 8, IW UMISMUVTION ItATKSt One Year . . Ilr Monthi. , Tbroa Moutln UOO .1.00 401.1 A V IIVHI) - - M tirarc Tho thoucht tlint no ono cir ca, and no ono cares to know," blights many a bud of promise, in character, in tewn, in county, in stato and in nation. Tho man that gets mad about what the newspaper says about him shoud givo thanks three times a day for what tho nows papor know about him and did not publish. There aro many striking ex amples of tho value of good roads Wherever roads havo been per manently improved it is found that there has been n very great Increase in tho value of the adja cent property. There aro 800,000 miles of tel egraph and telephone lines in the United at the present time which requires 82,000,000 poles, a polo lasts on an average, twelve years, and is made from a tree that is sixty years old. To maintain a continuous ...

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 — 3 April 1909

Times-Jferald. IK LARGEST OIHOULATJON OK NRWBrAfKH IN T1IIR COUNTY. MTl'ltUVY.Arnidt. WW. in in )mmmttt0mmmmmmimmAmmmmmmmmBmialMiiuf!miMam1'' mil mmMmmm iiiimini I EVERY $ Local News, III. Gray, of Lnwon, was n our strcots Tuesday. o very desirable residence-' bsincss lots in Burns can bo d by seeing Irvine Miller, i Sale Thoroughbred Red! m Bulls from ono to three i old. Cal Clemens, Burns) n. j McCormnck was in town the week from Happy shaking hands with .3. n . i pnono message ro- liero last Saturday wo hat Dr. Marsden's father. st Friday night. I inning the first Monday in j we will put big cuts on the of shoes, hats and nion's I ng. -Fred Unities. ' n Witzell and wife, from m arrows, were in town Wed-, y visiting relatives and lg hands with friends. R. Sit, ono of Lawen's rous ranchers and stock k was in our city this week ling to business connected the settling up of tho Aus-1 state. OP THE CAPITAL OF TIIIS-BANKj , . ig.reinforced by another S N of Earned Surplus THUS AFFORDIN...

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 — 3 April 1909

"wmaaifaaM '? few "fa ; ' MM ,f?. i a 3 IS p y K t I v ) a 51 r r 'I : .( i 3 1 I P b t t; a t J P D t r t i v 1 d i t t p ' ll fi MmBjI .J END IN SK1IIT. Dismissal or immcdinto trial of at least 1G of tho rcniainiiiff 20 of tlio Orcjron land fraud indict ments returned four years ago at tho instnnco of Francis JJ. Henoy, will follow closely the Dt Trcilmcnl for Cotdi.J "Most ordinary colds will yield to tho simplest treatment," says tho Chicago Tribune, "modern live laxatives, hot foot baths, a free perspiration and an avoid anco of exposure to cold and wet after treatment," Whilo tliis withdrawal of Tracy C. Becker treatment is Bimple, it requires aa special prosecutor in theso, considerable trouble, and tho ono cases, it is now boliovod. That adopting it must remain in doors these cases will bo turned over ' for a day or two, or n frosh cold to tho United Statos Attorney McCourt to bo disposed of im mediately, cither by trial or dis missal, at his own discretion, is almost certai...

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 — 10 April 1909

,3av!BBBeW l Lj L,JiXMilJiim-JiuUJixujiaioiiMaincWB1ll)ilfiii'ilii'lliiiiii'i'''llf'''" ' '"" ' rr HBMiwwiaiiMiiuiMiUMwm un V I i K 7 mime, ?(e &isiH2sIernl& TlioOMeliU lnurut lWncy County hits thc.liirost circulation niul laoiui o tlio'beU rulvortlsliiR mediums In UnMr.ru Oregon, (c (firent 31nrncu'Gdtiinro Cove mi nrcu ol 0,428,00 ln- ol Intuit 4,0.11,001 Heron )ct vnrnnt mlmcl to entry under tlio ulllc Innd nwt- nl I ho United rJIntui. VOL. XXII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY?,-0RKGON, APRIL 10, 1100 NO. 2l) $ She i TAKES THE Harney County Court Acts Upon the Good Roads Resolution WRITES TO ADJOINING COUNTIES Letters Addressed to Various County Courts Asking Co-operation in Carrying out the Suggestions of the Oregon-Idaho Development League Resolution Connect With Crater Lake. Wm. Hanloy and tho manager of this great religious weekly Inlifve in pushing the good roads movement while the iron is hot. Immediately upon their return to Ontario from a trip into south ern Idaho ttiey too...

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 — 10 April 1909

r,&i ." f . o V i'l , PI ( i j U' 1 i lb Kmef-XttxfA. SATURDAY. AVlllt, 10, UN SUHBUntlTION 11A.TK81 Oil Yet UM llx Months 1.00 ThrvaMonthi ' JULIAN IIYIIU iunii Lato ndvico from Washington says Ex-Senator Fulton will not bo appointed to the federal Judgeship in the new district re cently created in this state. Fulton, according to these dis patches, has boon tendered the post of minister to China and has asked time to consider it. The Times-Herald man thinks more of Hnrnoy county than over since visiting tho Twin Falls, Minidoka and other irrigation districts of Idaho. Wo arc a littlo slow hero but if a few of our citizens could see how those people make a country that has no particular advantages over this wo will get the spirit and Harney county will go forward at a rapid rate. Tho Salem Board of Trade uses Salem newspapers to get home- seekers. They have decided that picture books and other advertis ing matter are all right in their wav. but they are expensive. So to all inq...

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 — 10 April 1909

A. j-j&raldJ hAH THK LAI10K8T OIItOULATION OK ANY NKWBrAPEB IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY, A t'Ktt, 10, 1009. Locnl News. CLOSING OUT SALE. Jmv Is the time to buy Harness ' iiiitl Snddlcs or anything in our ' inc. We nre Roin to quit the I business and everything goes at . post. We menu business. Call i fcml be convinced. ', HOPKINS UKOS. , .IV 1I1.TU itlJJJl quiiiu j...... Ipiing weather this week. Some very desirable residenco and business lots in Burns can bo iocurcd by seeing Irving Miller. M. Fc.i .ok has been having siege of grip and mumps com bined but is reported improving. For Sale Thoroughbred Ked ' hirham Bulls from one to three i rears oia. uu uomens, minis )regon. Prof. G. A. Collier is over from silver Creek. Ho closed the ichool there on Friday of last ireek. Beginning the first Monday in kpril we will put big cuts on the Irices of shoes, hats and men's lothing. Fred Haines. Commissioner Smyth was over 9in ins Diamonu nomo mis ireek attending, an adjourned lieeting of ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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