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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 10 April 1909

f. 4 i ' E 1 2 ' i i i ir- OPEN TUB DGSCIIUTGS CANYON. While not officially confirmed, it 13 regarded ns rt certainty that the report of tho Federal engi neering experts on tho Deschutes railroad project will bo adverse to tho Harriman interests. As these interests, in this particular case, aro also tho interests ofi T il Jt .1 i .- I xoruanu nna a vast reinon in tho Central and Southeastern part of the state, tho matter is one that can hardly fail to causo vigorous protest Tho greatest possible benefits that can be reaped from tho obstructing re clamation dam, or from tho num erous private power schemes in tho Deschutes canyon, are so in significant in comparison with tho benefits which will follow construction of a railroad into Central Oregon that no difficulty should be experienced in brush ing them aside and opening the way for immediate construction of tho water-level lino in the in - terior. Twenty years ago, when econ-1 omies of railroad construction and operation were given...

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 — 17 April 1909

miMiiwn mli wrnw (f Wt Vlme.HctAia ThoOlllclM Paporol llnrnoj County hu the.lnrgost circulation umllioiioof tho.boet ndvoTtiilnR.inotllumi in Eaalorn Oregon. 1T i ?TIjc Wrcnt SUnrucu Country Cot or nn nrcn of 0,428,l00 urirt ol liuxl, 4,ini,J)Gl ncrm yet vacant eiihlu't to entry under llio jmhllc Inml dmc. ol llio United filnlLg. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 17, lltO - NO. 22 f! i. ,.i... .-. HIM I IAY PRODUCE ALFALFA SEED ! FORMER RESIDENT RECOMMENDS ITS TRIAL IN THIS VALLEY. (Successfully drown Under SlmlUr Condllloot J And on Poorer SoliShould Not be Irritated When Sired lor Seed. Tho following letter was re cently received by J. C. Feley: My dear sir: Your kind favor f recent date has been duly re ceived and contents carefully and lidiciously noted and in reply I pect to not Bccd from n second crop. This valley is subject to frost sanio as Harney henco tho reason for taking tho first crop for seed. I beliovo that tho day will conio when Harney will produco mil l...

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 — 17 April 1909

m .jy?-" ?! h i i M d '. 1 1 1 ' t i i ; f 4 v 1 i, j it i (( i - ', I ': t ' i : 1 r 'e r !, H t i' 11. i Vi hr (Etmcs-ftUtaCtl dATURllAY. APRIL 17, t HltlLHOlUl'TlON UATKd! Ou Ycr W Bit Monthi I.W Thtet Monthi IVL1AN IIYHIi - - - - Mw' What's tho matter with piping that gna up from our oil fields at once, then it won't matter whoth er the electric light plnntopcrates or not No use allowing such a commodity to go to waste when wo have such urgent need for it Human selfishness stands in tho way of many good enterpris es and while all arc more or less selfish some arc moro so. The people of Burns and Harney county are not exceptions and need a little shaking up. We should note what others aro do ing nil around us and profit by it Other sections that have no particular advantages over this section aro pushing ahead more rapidly because of no in ternal strife they are organized and work for n "particular pur pose. We could and should do likewise. Harney County has tho best prospects of...

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 — 17 April 1909

J MflMHHHsi ,, . ,.jegps aa mmMmmwMttwMwnwiitiwt i mc's-JCerald. IK I.AIU1K8T CIRCULATION Or !V NKWBrAPEU in thib county. HVTURtlAT.AFRlt.17, 1VKM. Locnl News. fow nSl Hart, in this V .son Bennett spent a i in mis city una weeic. llonN Monday, April 12, and Mrs. Chns, n son. mo very desirable residence 1 business lots in Burns can be urcd by seeing Irvinjr Miller. II. Holland is back from a to tho P. L. S. Co. ranches , no southern part of tho coun- 'ou Sale Thoroughbred Red Lrlinm Hulln from one to three is old. Cal Clemens, Burns .Ron. ' ' rank Harrison and family left' : morning for Crane creek; ft ore tliey win visit tor a wceic more with relatives and heads. It'. M. Salisbury has opened his iily and repairing shop next to the Harney County Na- i) ii uniiK anuisrenuy ior ousi "The Pioneer Dank of Harney County. OIAND CHINA HOGS 1 have sale a few Poland China s old enough to use. Certi- iis rr Prinrroo fnmishpii. J. W. Biggs. Miss Lea Robinson ha3 closed Successful term of school...

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 — 17 April 1909

m INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). Tho steam threshcrmen of Oregon, some seven hundred strong, representing an invest ment of over two and n half mil lion dollars, aro to meet in con vention in tho Assembly Hall of tho Portland Commercial Club niilo. There aro wagon roads May Gth and 7th. It will bo the' hero, too, and rail lines, when first meeting of tho Stnto Asso- nny aro constsuctcd, almost ni dation since the organization variably follows the wagon road, was perfected Inst fall. Secre-jTlio lower Deschutes canyon tary PhllipS. Bates has tho pro- consists of 100 miles of sand gram already well under way. I nmi sngo, with no more than Hon. James Wilson, Secretary of 'stock trails along tho brakes as tho Development of Agriculture, n means of communication bc has appointed a special represon-1 tween far apart sheep herdors. tative to discuss Good Roads; B. There never has been tho need of B. Clarlc, editor of the American n wagon road there; and while Thresherman 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 — 24 April 1909

mmemarmmmmtmmmmm ipWfN!MUMMH trhe hncsHnnlC Tlio Olllclnl I'npor of llnrnoy County hs tliojlnrgust circulation niul la ono of thoboit advertising mediums In Knilorn Oregon, She VOL. XXII A -.--f- -4 , , 5 u 05rcnt $tnrtiru Coimlrji Covert an nrco of 0,428,800 iirir of hind, 4,(1.11,061 Acres ytt vacant siihiicl to entry under tliu imlillo Innd Invie of I lio United Stoles. BUKNS, HARNEY COUNTYf OREGON, APRIL 24, lCCi) NO. 23 7i then drawn up and signed by tlio ceurt: 'In tho matter of tho Dry Land Experiment Farm. "Nov on this 22nd day of April 1009 comes in for consideration tho matter tho Dry Land Experi ment Farm and it appearing thn'. Professor II. D. Scuddcr repre senting tho Oregon Agricultural College in conjunction with Pro fessor C. E. Bradley represent ing tho Agricultural Department of tho United Slates have, in ac- nnrilnnnn wltli thn lnw mnrln nn Ssors II. D. Scudder and C. G. Bradley of the Agricultural j inspection of Harney County, allege Here to investigate and meet...

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 — 24 April 1909

"-prf" 'll Ajt liJA i; -f ar " i it I 3 tm- wn Hiilii ifci i (Ebr fmtH'$cvn(d. iVtURl)A.Y, Aplllt. 4, IM. UIIUBUKHTION KATR8! ail Month! Thti" Month HOC .100 -. m,l.tv it vim - MmuRftl Thoso farmers who hcnrd Prof. Scuddor discuss dry farming methods tho oilier evening and also tell them that our soil, cli mate and conditions are ideal for the raising of alfalfa and cereals, should feel greatly encouraged. Wo have oven a better country than wo think and with tho dem onstration farm will make other sections sit up nnd tako notice. Definite information has been given out that the Harriman peo ple will build a lino from Twin Falls in Idaho south to connect with the main line at Wells, Nev ada. This shows another stroke of systematic energy upon tho part of that great irrigation dis trict The Twin Falls people are taking up the irrigation project over in Malheur and Owyhee, and Secretary Ballinger lias inti mated he will give them prefer ence over the government under taking in that sec...

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 — 24 April 1909

nMfaevnsuwMUMHM i , imes-pferald. ' UK I, AltO EST CinOULATION op - NKWBrArKRINTHISCOUNTV. SATURDAY, ArRtlt ill, MOD. Local News. THE PAST ...... N who were M :itntoos at Huston'B market nice. V. H. Morrison was in the city luring tho week. Good seed potatoes for salo at lie iiurns itour Mill. J. 0. Albcrson and m from their homo during the reek. , Get your garden seeds and on- In sets at tho Harney Co. Imp. Hdw. Co. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Starr luekland in this city last Tues- liy, April 20 n son. Those knowing themselves in- koted to mo aro requested to III and scttic as soon as possible. UV. E. Huston. I W. L. Best was over from Sil ler creek a few days this week linking after business. Ho was' kcompanied by his aged father. lIrs. Lelah Williams-Millar has no display of millinery at tho jrns hotel and invites tho ladies hliis vicinity to call and sou 3 n V Dickenson and his nephew Lapop took their departure day morning for Canada re they expect to spend - time. Tho gentlemen mo res...

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 — 24 April 1909

-): gi 1 ',in iiiiiwa-ww " jTtfflffHiCiMatoMMMI "TVSTR'Al. NOTDS. U'ortland Correspondence), dmmunity ndvertisinj? hna i n climax In Oregon, nnd i a.nir uonicronco unuor ,,..ccs of the Oregon Do- in nt League will bo held .u, mi Tuesday, May 4th, .it tho Eugene Commercial n charge. Tho Secretary, 1 - i' .nd Pivrtiilont of ovorv l rgiiiization in tho i.-w ate expected to bt present on this occasion to participato in a iscussion which cannot bo oth- h n beneficial to nil concern- .11. All tho visitors will meet nt tho Eugene Commercial Club Tuesday morning, May lth, at 9:80, when a local committee will tnkc them for a rido over tho city to show what has been ac complished in tho way of paving streets, now parks and buildings, with a brief stop at tho State University. A business confer ence will convene promptly at 1:30 in the afternoon nt tho Com mercial Club rooms, and tho en- tiro afternoon will bo devoted to a discussion of work actually ac complished by tho different or ganizatio...

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 — 1 May 1909

minimi lyrmpmmmiMii'mni W iElK OSreot; jrtnmcu Cotmlt'u Covers an nrca of 0,428,800 rrr.of Innd, 4,G:)I,0G1 ucrcs yet vacant wiliiicl to entry umlur tlio public land InwB of llio United Stntoi. TlioOfllclnl l'upor of llnrno) County lis tlio Impost ctimitittlon anil I ono of the Wat lulvorttsliijj tiuHllmna in KnMixn Ore (ton. VOL. XXII BUKNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 1, 1009 NO. 24 NWWMR9B0 0iw-Eefal& f V i I mOOK COUNTY IN LINETl sharp instrument Wo hnvo not ' learnod'how it occurod. At any rate, Dr. Haines wns summoned, and soon hud tlio patient on tlio safe road to recovery. Ill Join in Good Eoads Movement Suggested hg Our Court OURNAL HAS PURPOSE MIXED INTERESTED IN OIL FIELDS. T. W. Davidson and J. P. Wil bur, both of Union, lmvo been in this city for tho past week. These gentlemen nro stockhold- f. t j..i i, . ,., , ,r n ,. ,,.,, , , era hi tlio Eastern Oregon Oil & for Particular Benefit of rrans-CunUncntal Auto Race, but Gna Co. wh!ch lms ,WK0 llol(li,,Ka rcrmuncni...

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 — 1 May 1909

MWdHM I 1ifriDrif a Fhc ifjmw-JftcraW iWTURDXY. MAY J, 100 lUtUSOlUlTtON UATK8! Out Yr . Mix Montht ThrManlhi , I0.0U t.W .75 111.1.x s iivun Mnhakvi CONSIDER DRV FARM LATER. A private letter received from Judge J. K. Wentherford of Albany, who is president of the board of regents of the Oregon Agricultural College, states that tho board had a meeting on Apr il 26, but no action was taken re garding the location of tho dry farm experiment station. Judge Weatherford states that there was but one proposition before them and that was from Morrow county. That county had representatives present but ow ing to the fact that Professors Scudder and Bradley had just returned and had not yet com pleted their report the board was unablo to give any particular consideration of the matter. He was not certain as to the date he would call the meeting of tho board for the consideration of this matter, but it would likely be near May 26. Judge Weatherford will advise the people hero of the date so th...

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 — 1 May 1909

Q$$lMBmMmwmt iuimijt .mes-Jerald, fK tiARQEBT CI110ULATIO. OK r,SKW8rArRB IN THIB COUNTY. BATUlUlAY. MAY 1, IX. Locnl News. . jtntoes at Huston's market e. wd seed potatoes for sale at jBurns Flour Mill. kt your garden seeds and on sets at tne iiarney uo. imp. dv. Co. E. Foley, of La Grande, mado city a hurried visit this week fW in by the auto. lose Knowing inemseivcs m- d to me are requested to and set'lc ns soon as possible. t W Iliij.rvn i Ui ltUJlili m. Miller and wife left yes- ay morning for Wagontire to their daughter, Mrs. Ed i tni n cnni-r fmiiv I . HJ r nlni f tsi Krvlttn 1i.-ttri tt1Mln1 PH 11V ITlUlfli l 11 11 LO MU1U IA..I.,V4 hgain last night and the cc-m- y says they will continuo to innate throughout the year i no more shut downs. it's. Marsuen ana uritiun per illed nn operation on Mrs. , I it. urny Thursday, me ia It is doing quito well at the S he of Mrs. H. A. Dillard in city. OUR FIXED POLICY tt n'-itn o full ofnnL" rf Vnn Ol, II111...U l. 4UHOlVV.il v. ...... a...

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 — 1 May 1909

ill li'i'l I "Si rtP ill1 In i ' I m t I :! ,' 0' I t t u, i , a 3- M J ...- ; ' .s iL"t j?4 'iS-l&rt, ssBsssmmmmmm INDUSTftiAt Noi'l-S. (Por llntul Correspondence) . Swift nnd Compnny nnnounco thnt thoy plnn to begin actual packing operations In thoir now plant at Portland in July. This lias been described as Action,'1 said tlio naturalist. "How olso can wo Intorprot tho actions of animals nnd birds observed in tho field than by putting It down as actual brain uso? If wo boliovo in ovolutlon nt all, wo must be liovo in tho development of brain brintrs to tho surface tho neces sity for the farmers of Ororoh matter in tho birds of tho field." to grow moro hogs. Pigs can boi Showing tho samo displayed by raised until thoy are Ihreemonthsl tho young gulls in staying close old on vetch or other roughage to rock similar to their own col- at practically no oxpeimo other than for pasturntv. A fat 200 pound hog in Portland today is worth J515.fiO cash, live weight. Tho packers will have...

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 — 8 May 1909

- r ywminw'i WMMMHHHl XE(tJ CJrcnJ Jlnntetj (Country, Covorn mi nron of Tl,-1U8,H0J hup ol Innel. t,0l,(M)I nrrtM jot iiirnnt uliiecl lo entry under (lie juiMIp lntnl mh ol llio Unllcil Slnten. Tht Offlckl Paper of lUrnoj OotUty fata IktUritttit circulation undlionaof th belt drertUlBg medium! In Eutora Oregon. VOL. XXH BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 8 1'ftO NO. 25 uL JF v I III Kr fffl cr )y I Px s A S I I M vr' VI H I 13 uv Bi p mm ti . ll Jw B 2 bi H A. Hurley, of Vale, on Statistics For a Railroad. MOUNT OF fONN'AGE HAT WE HAVE TO 'OFFER Will Pass Through a Couatry Rich in Minerals, Coal, Ihaber, Stock axd Qrala Products, and Fruit Will Load aad Un load 1,009 Vessels Annually at Coos Bay. e follewing: is an address these companies k 800. Give ua at the Orsgen-Idaho Devw- 106 miles 'ef row and we' will build from Coos Bay well toward Butte Montana. "In fruit we estimate that wo raise annually $760,000 of the $2,875,000 raised In Oregon. IN THE DIFFERBKT COUNTIES. ent Congress ...

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 — 8 May 1909

ft " t V. "m $Hc (Etittw-airvaCd 4ATUMUY. MAY 8, IVOO " i """ SUIHOIUJ'TION IIATK8 One Vcur Six Montb TliroB Month 1 1)1.1. N II Hit - 110(1 I Of M !! Rido the scat of li jrang plow now nnd then tlio seat of a Pull man palace later. Tho natural innate selfishness of human nature is made mani fest now by tho tarrifT delibera tions. You must goro tho other fellow's ox. Place n good and well kept road by n man's placo and natural pride will compel him to fix up his premises in a neat and pros perous manner. Tho first thing you know those who are setting out fruit trees will be making money from their foresight and then you will wish you had set out an oreluud. A sago brush waste n year ago and a field of growing grain now that would make the "bears" grin with deiight is the record of many of the Harney valley settlers. It may bo dry in Harney coun ty, but this isn't tho only place. The "boss" writes from Port land that there has been prac tically no rain there this spring a very unusua...

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 — 8 May 1909

Hi. ' ssii.U-.s, LAttOKBT OIIlOULAVlfts (it SnKWSPAPRH IN THIS COUNTY. jgpHBpjqipiMBMWMi mm ' iimnim HiiiHBaiimHiaiwauBanniiBDKaBiiHiwiawniaiHii m niw . m -1 1 ' i. iS : i i -: BVTVK1MY. MAY , WW Local News, intors and dccomtoi are at work on tho Burns hoU I nndmn Hayes was visiting ivc8 in town tuning me Ik. J. Hanson has rigged up wagon for use in his oxten coiintry trade. , 0. Best, of Silver Cttfctr, ed in our city Thursday and cling his many friends. o cottage of F. W. Welcome' low being moved to the lots east of his paronts home"" rs. Ada Teller arrived hum? first of tho week from VbrU whore sho snout the winter. . H. Loggan, postmaster and lo girl" at Harney, was tho t of his son for a day or two week, hn Wintermier, of Silvies ley, was shaking hands with friends in Burns the first of week. ,n joraan, mo carpenter. moved from the Jorge-nson erty to what is known as tk residence. V. Smith, of Lawen, is. now ipmg in our city lor nuv i ' tment. His many iikum h him a speedy reco...

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 — 8 May 1909

nflaeaaenBag B ttSSt, w -jMt Ilk i Pi' I tl 4 ; I. i F : s 3 1 K i rtI I : Ull a? i t Hi 1 i'!f 1 T ' tip l ' t El. fil' 1 l'i 1st ' ; y r 2 ft -ft i -, ft : A patty of Illinois investors recently tlubhed together and sontono oC thoir number, who had visited Oregon during tho Exposition, for a trip through tho slate. Upon his return to Portland, this gentleman said he had found Oregon pooplo much changed. At that time- thoy were intensoly conservative, to dnv thov nro cnthiiMtic. optl-l mistic, and vmanimouslv predict' a great future. In fact, many of tne communities ar growing so rupidly thattluw imagine they have all tho growth, but those who have seen tho new orchards, the substantial farm houses and other improvements taking place everywhere, know that the next decade will see record-breaking advancement along every line. Asked if ho was satisfied, he re plied: "I wouldn't return t Illinois, but shall remain lure to receive my frionds who are com ing in partios of three, five nn...

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 — 15 May 1909

-- MMKMMMHMWH ti CSrcnt 3-inrncu (Coniiitu Covers nil nrcn ol 0,tV8,800 mict of land, 4,(1,11,1)51 ncrtwi jut vncniil nilmi'l to entry under tliu pnlilic land inuri ol tlio United Htaten. Vh.e fctmco-Hcrnlo.. ThoOlllolnl 1aht of llnrnojr County Iib tlie litril circulation nutl Isouo o tho best mlvortlnliiK mediums In Knttloru Oregon. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 15 1000 NO. 20 VOL. XXII "pM (Tr o flit Hi' 4 s. mm mmtfr&tfma epends on railroad ridence in Merger Case Brings out This Fact EASY ROUTE TO BUILD tho Columbin rind finally tho .con trol of trniiBcontinontnl connec tions, If all other almost insupcr nblo difficulties wore overcomo, would still leave thoso who had tho hardihood to build at his mercy. On the other hand, nnd very significantly, it wns shown that in Eastern Washington, which is "open territory," and there fore keenly competitive, tho Har riman interests had expanded millions of dollars in building laterals and feeders all through that country, while in O...

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 — 15 May 1909

. ! ?ifk fa a""' " MUMMMMMMttMMMBMM Sfaii. how w4W mfaiili Mm JWtoliltw !N, TC r i ; If c 5 J kf t f ;1 y is '!, fj ghr iThttte-Mcmtd -.v -.- . AVWUIUY MAY , l tUIWOIUlTION ItATKH' vino YeAt .li Mouth Tl0 Mouth. itti.i.t v nvitii - itnftiiwf Tho sooner the peoplo of Ore gon mnko up thoir mind that Hnrritnnn it only a profit and dividend builder and not a rail road builder tlio quicker wo will go about bettering our conditioii as to transportation. Western Oregon has cxiwrienc cd a very backwuid spring and very little rainfall. Last winter was the most sovero in years and mucb damage is roporled among fruit growers. Young walnut trees culTered and many of the fmo roso bushes and ornamental shrubs woro killed. disposed of tlfeir intorotH m thoroand tho snya sho itlrty re turn. Tho Tinioa-IIornld man has boon given considerablo conatmr lion along the liho of nut cu'tuiv nnd is going to take it up scien tifically in tho Harney count iy as soon art ho returns (?) In all seriouinoss, howe...

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 — 15 May 1909

IBS' JCerald. LAH0K8T OIKOUr.ATION or sfKWSrArKniNTJUBCOUNTY. 8ATUI.UAY.MAY 1J, IWD. News. Mftt Local Stnllnrd of Drowscy is in It Hayes nnd family are up Lawen. .-, . n ln1.1 ! !.. I S, L). A. WIWIIIUM la in wwii njj with fricnda and rcln- mVMkMi I'JWIi'lf liliT lms i)rovon to woatlior. Capital, Surplus, i. imucrson was up num n tho first of the week on business. o work on the now building: Reed & Sons is now at a -d still on accoont of lime. vs. Uvitt unrey is numu n from an oxtened visit with ives at different points in the ametto valley. ireo wngon loads of Hour was aded at tho Younpr Meat kot yesterday. The flour e from Princville. unty School Superintendent ilton and wife and Mr. and Roc Buchanan came down Harney yesterday. avclinp missionaries of some ious cult, unknown to us at present writing, have bten r ing meetings on our streets. , A1, cnmo ist arrived a full stock of Van ' p.Rnnch vesterday. nt DisoSeeders so before pur-! M , . fron1 Alu. inn: call and see tho best...

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