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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 19 June 1909

IT v 111 " 3E3C ajaaiaiiaaaaaaiaMiatiiaa i r jSmr INDUSTRIAL NOTES. manufactured for nil kinds of soil, from tho stiff clay to tho (Portland Corrcspondonco). light, sandy loams and tho fine, Festivity lias marked tho past smooth, black land of tho prairie, week in Porland. Business cares Tho angle of tho moldboard do havo been relegated and all havo termlncs tho compactness or dis given themselves up to tho en- integration of tho field that has joyment of tho spectacles and been plowed. .Tho fine, black social functions of tho Koso Fes- prairio loams need tho highly tival. There havo boon reunions polished steel plows with oblique and reunions, visitors from every angled moldboards to turn tho part of tho country, and convon- soj) An obtuso angled plow will tions and gatherings of all sorts ci10ko in fine, black loam, but without end. What with view-, wjh work admirably in sandy ing the parades, tho rose show, oams. Tho sharp-angled molu attending various gatherings and ' board thro...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 June 1909

jft'ulPv-iki ariMtMSMtoOWHi wimfimiiwwmMn (Zc (fivenl 2-lnntcu CGoumru Covcrn an nrcin bl 0,428,!OO hi it of Intuit 4,081,1101 ncnw yet vncnnt tnlili'Ol toi'tilry under tlio jmlillc liufd inwb ol I tin United Stated.. Tlio Ofllclnl Paper of Unrnoj Oo'un ly lins Hip Inrccat cltculntlcm and laono U( tlio Wtt mlvcrtlBliiR liicdiume iitKhtlwii Ortiion. OL. XXII BURNS; HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 2G, it CD NO. 32 -.. .. ril T riTTT TTn rmr D FA rOruisinir industry i ono of tho rnerican Land & Live Stock Co, to Sell Harney County Land .440 4CRES TO BE DISPOSED OF of The huest Bodies of Agricultural Laud in The County 0 ns Water Rights and Ninety Per Cent Can lie Placed Under IrrigationTract Now Property of Chicago Capitalists. 10 nmrs-rtcraiu nas it irom 01 tno company so mni mere win kitlu ntic source that the big bo no danger of samcono butting dings of the American I no Stock Co. compris- (1,1 .mcs 111 the southern lot this county, will 00 put ie market just as soon as nr- ermnt-! ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 26 June 1909

Tt Til i ." jTJn. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .-&' X-TSWSSbSM'-Awiiu ffifrjUMY, WKR , MM 3V, '...; ti i.im., , , H WW s&n si &tVkt. ... . . itbttt Month!.. .. ....... . 1 ar n iiiwi ii i SSOf 1.00 LMK BTRft Mift SOME STRAIQHT GOODS. m mi Ml BtiS ?Sf FXi.iSryf rj safari t i',.' tip M There is great danRcr that the tfir nf Djtlcinrl 10 linfitvinrp w ncial, says Col. Hofor in tho Cap- t&l Journal. ft n g uutsiao ot a low men oi prom ( nonce, Portland is not backing sUio fight for the development of Ul Oregon The great campaign for a rail road through Southern, Idaho, icrosa Central Oregon to, Cooa Bay, is not attracting, the ntton- don it deserves in the Oregon metropolis. The Portland Journal hasfoapk ;d tlie fight for the doveloppiont if Oregon and Idaho. The Portland Chamber, qf Com merce came to the rescue in the ':trmrofln hflforn tlio Orotron l01.rU. M 1 -T-p-n-v" "- ; Jatiire. 9 "I F 1 I 1 I About twenty QfVtlwa.splid men J 1 r 'hi that city, undoi;-tbe leadership j...

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 — 26 June 1909

Brfflrrm"j"- " " .t-tt-t-.: tt-- -.. irrmr M an iBs-'Jerald. LAHOBBT OIHOULATION Of KWSrAPKB IN THIS COUNTY. SATUIUJAV.Jt'NKSrt, IW. Loonl News. Wing paper and roofing nt ngor's. McKcnzic is up from bis fcr springs home. fcnk wnnts more coyote ami other furs. Thompson hns accepted a fen with Mich Schcnk in his Bhop. k's Smith hns n new stock oes of various kinds and . N -I son is homo from a Boise and other railroad ' and see James Smith's Ine of shoes before getting spring ana summer ioot- ft Maymo Cozad has return- ier home in (Janyon tjity isiting in this city for sov- eeks. 10 ft first class dry lumber tlcnghts; also 2nd and 3rd from $6.00 to $12.00 per M. hs Milling Co. lum attendants arrived here aturday and left the follow- ny with uncle ' Jimmio bell who had been declared I J. Hansen of the Burns Market is prej)ared to fur- (bacon, hams and lard to len and ranchers in any Ity. Special prices for big la Turner came over irom and the first of this week, Ing in several sheepshe...

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 — 26 June 1909

i0tr -.rV. C'Kfe.'i 3r fctwae fnVwii 9B5SE NOT OVERCROWDED. A. L. Mackintosh of Paulina nnd J. N. Willinmsonof thtaplnco, vnt to Slmnlko Sunday toat fJ S wool snlns, nnd v'll A . - miP: Tf vom lvi -'nrm will v.ionUcd by advdi tia.n, u, .. you hiul hotter ndvortlse it for nlc Blue Mountain EiirIo. T. W. Frown & Son nrc now ntfUBcd in rcmodoHiifr tho Riley Dickenson residence in south Burns which 1ms boon purchased oy CnrClomons. During ih ' name .J i . t L. son it is fi" - to W.T"1 ing w. sions." This tomli-icy n.u c U;- ed tho W V-' - a ' tho subject uj, m ...1 w. w t w j and it tries to point nut t'mt lhr is plenty of r om for th r.. lu ates if they w'll W sh v mi common n ' tions. Among other ca linus tho Pos refers to tho profession of farm ing which is cons'dered in mue' the same light ns that of engr' neering, medicine, law and othci lines which are usually referred to ns the "professions." "The farmer who makes money out of his crops in tho future will not be tho boy who h...

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 July 1909

W"" mm i 111 ii i r mi mini ir . i i ,, M ,., ,, .,,,,,... ,--. .,,., .,...... .,. , j rri nniir lir lyiirwBiiMn Him Lirnrmininri . I ?i. t$ mmh v Tic imSteriil& Fl " trjt hatiinit r Wl ?yi, , Couiilru Cover an .area of 0,428,800, HcfVrQf land, 4,03),6&f acres yet vacant mtltXcl 'to entry undor tho public land law of tho United Btittoi, ThaOfflcr Mnogot Iturhftj , Ooun tyj tho bt &lvcrtliTitR,inifiun)i In KrkIcbi Oregon. tiM -WMI 4-..i-. VOL. XXII moiB:)fiAWriBPUNTY:,OItEGON' JULY 3' lc0) - -in i, i, w i . i iwm in i i m. jh & -j i it 'aril r r r . - t i , m . m . r -4-. vri I,. 4 v'-ii JljJM a l? ' 'Vt,l 1 .i'lA i 'k ,ni i ' ri i .ri'i' '"i- ii mtjis : :i,riil.iw:.r ii I y r fl ' XK&rllJLAi'' ri01fcLJ'-. ILJl?JE"iI Xdl -j-tft ' fc, Ijiy .1 (UK . I H ii i'SBS-i wy mrw iw i 'f;sai0E 9KywyTv 'r f sy. rr..i r& '''fT, tfiT. . n.1 7 A ,, , " . i "!.. - " 'HI; M.i !'; .'! ' tTW--ri.' .;. O, , : zit-r---------rr---ju4Uiajragts;i-; ..".. .:-.--..!.. rrv-rr;.; fc B .....

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 July 1909

mii 'XVSfHSSfPl Ike &m-Mmti. -ATORDA.Y. JUtV (, tIM BU1W0RIPT1ON RATBBi Out Yt .. IIOO lx MoaUtl.t I.fc ThrMNonlhi..,, 7ft tULIAN BTBD - MM(i Tho Development Congress meeting has dono considerable toward awakening interest in tho movement toward railroad buil ding and other necessaries look ing to the upbuilding of South eastern Central Oregon. Stato owned railroads are not such a "bug-a-boo" as somo would have us think since it has been put up to us in tho proper manner. These outside men who make pilgrimages to attend such meet ings aro not all working for a selfish purpose. They really want this portion of the stato and Coos Bay to como into their own. They realize that the idlo resources of theses sections must be brought into usethcy are needed to advance tho state of Oregon. Reilly Aitkinson gave some good advice to the people of Burns in his talk in response to the address of welcome by Hon. Frank Davey. Mr. Aitkinson hit tho point when he suggested planting more trees, l...

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 July 1909

Ss-JCerald. Lhqkst circulation op IPAPKH IN T1II8 COUNTY, BAtiAY.Jl'LY . IBM. cal News. est was in the city tlio i week. hvnnts more coyote ither furs. fcnith has a now stock jf various kinds nnd (ntnilton, the old pio- Ihoro for several dnys k week. see Jnmos Smith's shoes before Betting ' nnd summer fool- lisers was here from his fanch Wednesday se- nps etc., preparatory , deep well. ; first class dry lumber1 ights; also 2nd nnd 3rd I fG.OO to $12.00 per M. ! Wing Co. took his departure morning after n nice his daughter, Mrs. awn. nnsen of the Burns set is prepared to fur- hams and lard to rand ranchers in any i Specinl prices for big ers. xne Freer uii si Co., of Portlnnd, another lnrge ship- age Tool cos., aou mes on the way from at Vinolnnd, N. J. E. S. Wood arrived by auto from Vale. accompanied by his Miss Lise. Kathryn iprivate secretary and ler and Miss Marjone Statement of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP BURNS At iltc clone of business June 23rd, 1909 RESOURCES...

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 July 1909

aJ w AmmA Mill I'li'l'MMMOa g"iSa ii 1 1 (iiii)itiinwiUMga I , ifi INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland fcohiesp6hcleiico).; "Oregon Is tho placo for you," has boon tho slogan brought to tho attention of 5.000.000 noonlo of the country through n big ad vertisement in tho Saturday Evening Post' placed by tho .1 1 j,ri i nr NEW USB rOR SACtlHRUSih NMfdrmferon tlid aagd brush plains of Washington boldives ho hits mado n groat discovery which Will bo of much ndvnntngo to the orchard growers in his vi cinity and olaowhere. Ho has tried sago brush tea as n spray to kill tho vermin on his trees, Portland Commercial Club, and nnd ,mg doW tho work Jugt ft3 ?. K 1 T.i 'Vol and thoroughly as thougl to 1,000 000 mora through othor.fh lnhllL,,mo wn,i. ,..., ll00. publications. Reasons why Ore gonis tho stoto of opportunity have peen presented. Tho 92 commercial bodies of the state haying membership in the Ore gon Development League havo been given an opportunity with out cost to them to answer im mediate...

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 July 1909

1J;f j vx- r1 mMMMMNSMMK NfWVWBnMMMWHM KfiMMMWWMMWtiWIIMMiH Wtyt Himcsternl& Tho Ofllcinl I'rtpor of Hnrnoy County lma tlio lornoet circulation nmltiotioof tho brt mUertlshiR lneillmuB In L'Mlorn Oregon. -" CfK eSrenl MnrrncuJ cCottutrn Covers on tired o( 0,4S8,tod tun ol land, 4,0.11,051 ncrcH yet vacant onliUrt to entry uniler tlio juibllo land (huh ol tlio United States. VOL. XXII BUIiNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKEGON, JULY 10, 11 U) NO. 34 f" She FARMERS' INSTITUTE ksident Kerr, Dr. Withy combe and Piot. Lewis to Conduct it )LD IN BURNS JULY 26 AND 27 Officials of lite Oregon Agricultural College Coming lo (live liurncy County Farmers flic Benefit of Their Experience in Scientific FarmingEvery Farmer in County Should Attend. rrangements have been com-1 San Francisco in 18-1G, between id for a farmers, institute to i Fifteenth street nnd Hjiwh Park. in tins city on July 26 nnd Valencia nnd kid W. J. Kerr, Junto? Witliyconibo, director the experiment station and C. I. Lewis, horticult...

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 July 1909

"ii iin vi&rT mowa Sl TZTJriSTSCT: "c? 3- 1. -"" rjiA !p'3&T&'Tr3?rr7S3i "CatfitfajajajajBWBjBjnajjBjajajajBjfejaj m wmmmtmmmmmmmmmni i m m i nmMniai ii I fe 9iMM-$wiM. 6ATUUUAY. Jl't.Y 10, IOT HUnsouirrioN katrss On Year ills Month! Tli r Month .. 1.00 .7 JUMAN llYlin Mmiaifir I1 i 'I I A farmers' inatituto is just what wo need nt this time as tlio season has been quite unfavora ble, and somo lire more or less discouraged. Tho experience of Dr. Kerr, Dr. Withycombo and Prof. Lewis will bo of great bone fit to local farmers who have boon experimenting. With several modern and sub stantial business houses in course of construction and much im provement going on in the resi dence districts, Rums will put on different airs ere snow llics again. Wo should at once take up the suggestions of Mr. Atkin son in making our city beautiful nothing is more attractive these warm days than handsome shade trees, attradtive lawns and flower gardens. Speaking of what a newspaper does for ...

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 July 1909

ies-Jerald. he lakqxbt circulation or NKWBPAPKB IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1W. Looal Nows. fenk wants moro coyoto f and other furs. Sizcmoro was in tho city fcveral days recently. lies Smith has a new stock noes of various kinds and L ifirgo number of homesteads been filed on the land re thrown open east of 11 and seo James Smith's line of shoes before getting! ! spring and summer foot-1 IB. Johnson, D. R, Thorn S'rank Dibblo were all over silver creek tho foro part week. b00 ft first class dry lumber fcrt longhts; also 2nd and 3rd from $G.OO to $12.00 per M. ms Milling Co. I? lie Reed and wife have been from Drowsov tho past week i Hsjtwith Mrs. AdelorRn-l id friends. J. Hansen of tho Burns IMarket is prepared to fur- bacon, hams and lard to men ana rancners in nny Special prices for big A. Cawlfield under- an operation xnuraay ppendicitis. Drs. Marsden Tith performed tho opera- yhich was an entire success the lady is resting well at ome. rill & Clemens have put in clas...

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 — 10 July 1909

4u, i i J! L. Sir I . ) 1 "l I t ? SK m J h -" 3 v? ' Ml iili'Cnwymgw INDUSTRIAL NOTES, (Portland domfeaitondence). Headed by Govenor Benson, hundreds of people will go to Sc attlo this week from all parts of the state to attend tho Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition on Fri- rlnv .Tnlv 0 whtrn inOrfinwi T)nv. "rf I - "rf l ,....-.- . .. - 1 1 11. Thoi-o has never boon such agon-1 sciunry anu uiurrneu 13 uuu eral movoment of Oregon pooplo'to a lack of proper trcntmont Ja tt,n otofn linna no in nr.'nt U0 first SUlRCS of tllO - . --;. ... 1 ,, !SWfiiKiaBiaiff',sa iimmiiummmmiimmaiimim Salem Just preceding the moot ing of tho state pedagogues. A higher standard for school work in this stato was sot and many matters of mutual helpfulness woro discussod. Proper treatment at Dysentery and Diarrhoea. Tho great mortality from dy- pected to bo seen in Seattlo this week. "Judging from tho interest shown in Portland, it will bo simply a question of how many tho railroads can handle," said W. H. We...

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 July 1909

tpnw. w $-mtimk Wl Y!meeSitffiI& The Official Vapor ol Harney Coanty hti the Urgwt clrrulntlon nd liona 0 tha beat nJvcrtlalnfj mptllutni in Knitom Oregon. 9Bt rit JHarncg' CeunirQ Covera an area of 0,428,600 ncfrt ol land, 4,034,951 acres yet vacant anbi-ct to entry under the public land law ol tho United Btatei. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 17, 1C09 NO. 35 JOVICE TO me Journal Gives Would be Well to Heed ANNOT AFFORD Must Show Her Hand and be Part of Procession When Interior Oregon is Ablaze With Efforts at Development Send Delegates to Development Congresses and Meetings. Fhe fires of development are use in interior Oregon, A Ivement is on that flows from masses in various districts, in which there is resolute rpose tor local expansion. rces are assembling that are lost certain to crystalize into Lion, in which event there will t results surprising to the rest the state. There is a growing termination to have deliver- ce in the way of transporta- for products....

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 July 1909

5 XSs mUm ! ittl JJJJJ Ike iw-iM. 4ATUB0AY, JULY It, l0 BtUVSORlITIOH KATK8: On Yr... tlx Montfcl.... Tku Month.,, 1X00 .1.00 ...7J UMAt HHI " Encouraging reports are being received from various parts of the county regarding crops. It is certainly pleasing to And crops turning out better than expected, yet it will not be a full crop. Th U. S. Senate having adopted a resolution submitting the amendment to the constitu tion providing for an income tax. W. J. JJryan has addressod jx let ter to President Taft suggesting that congress also submit nn amendment authorizing the elec tion of senators by direct vote. Ebu should be done. Give the &mmmit a chance to decide this Mwkion. fARMERS SftOULD AlTEND. The Times-Herald wishes to again impress upon the farmers the importance of attending the institute to be held July 20 and 27 in this city by President Kerr, Dr. Withycombe and Prof. Low is of the Agricultural College. We must show an interest in soil culture and mako these gentle men ...

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 July 1909

&&sL&tvKx&tb. mwmmiiimm)miai .f tmes-Jferald. LARGEST CIRCULATION Of (WBPAVKR IN THI8 COUNTY. BATUVUAT. JULY K, 1009. ;Local News. , Turner is over from Dia- ik wants more coyoto id other furs. Oard was among thoso Lawen during tho week. b Smith has a new stock s of Various kinds and is a ball game tomorrow Bon uotwconXthe married nd sin trio men. V ' wpnthnr hn.q linin nnito' Ithe past few days but the I jhts have been much en- and seo James Smith's io of shoes before getting spring and summer foot- i pH. Brooke is over from to represent Mrs. Rose In the land case being tried sek, ft first class dry lumber rt lenghts; also 2nd and 3rd From $6.00 to $1&00 per M. is Milling Co. H. Howard, one of tho brous stockmen and ranch- the Drewsey section, was iness visitor to our city this ;J. Hansen of the Burn9 Market is prepared to fur- ibacon, hams and lard to imen and ranchers in any tity. Special prices for big Campbell came over from ie City this week. He will iwith ...

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 July 1909

"""" r-r.t. f I ll pi 1 to a III! WMWWWMMMMMI mill ii mgr ' 3 tacKSt" iri&ififtiAlMs. j'. (Portland CorreepondefKie). Estimates of the year's wheat crop in the Pacific Northwest fix the probablo yield at about KK fWi fWt ViiiaViala nn l'noronun k..' iraaaam ,I. ln.fr win. This flsure may not bo reached if unfavorable conditions at liar- sentary and diarrhea Is duo vest set in but with normal to a lack of propor treatment weather, it is believed tho yield at tho first stages of tho will bo large. Recont rains have! disease. Chamborlnln's Colic, been of immonso benefit to tho Chelera and Diarrhoea Remedy growing crop. Districts whore is a reliablo nnd effectual modi the grain was practically given1 cine, nnd when given in reason up because of the continued ablo time will prevent any dan drouth have taken heart again gcroua consequences. It has and the Wheat is filling out In i been in uso for many years and fairly good shape. Tho value of has always mot with unvarying tho rains of...

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 July 1909

"f'1Wfr. woiMM in 1 1 ii iiiinriin umim.mmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmuMimmmmmmHmtmmmmmmmimtmmmmtmammttimmm AriV . . -- V t . She i &2tefatiL Cfie ttrcnt JHnmcg Cauuiry Coven an area of 0,428,800 'nviet ol land. 4,031,001 acres yet vacant intijcrl to entry under tho public land lnu ol (lie United States. The Oftlolnl Paper ol llnrnoj County hti the Urgoit circulation nd It ono of tho bent kdvortlilng medlumt in Kuttein Oregon. VL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 24, MOD NO. 3G L TO SA VE MOISTURE Dry Farming Principle Makes Q'ops Grow in Crook OF HARROW A BIG BENEFIT ice of Crook County Farmer Shows What Proper Aletlt Wilt Produce on High Unlrrigatcd Lands Willi Work Results May be ObtriiiicdLocal Crop Conditions. i rmers of Harney county is true in fields that have tho ad- lore or less interested in ing and anything that bnnkc the method simple the easy manner of ap- ; is a benefit. The lol- trom the Prineville Jour- Lthercfore appeal to them: lbs Flat" is no longer a with the old t...

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 July 1909

j. tfnuM -tr &M' tMlMM Ike $itae-iwi aATonoAY. JUbV J, iw 8Ull80BlriION RATR8! On Yer.. . , lx Monthi. ... Thr Month,.. IN .1.00 JULIAN BYKI - Mr It docs seem a pity that local Btockmen cannot have at least sorno protection from marauding bands of sheep. Conditions on Steona mountain aro anything but pleasant on account of out side flocks, yet the local tax payer had no more privileges than the foreigner who has not an aero of land and pays his taxes elsewhere. Even under most unfavorable conditions it seems wo aro goinfr to have very fair crops of grain in this section. It is unfortun ate that we should bo thus hand icappoJ at this particular timo with a second dry season, yet those who look at the matter in the right light and compare this country wiih other sections, find that wo havo not been worso than others. Wo should antici pate dry seasons and bo pre pared for them. The big rush to register for homestead at tho opening of tho reservation lands in Northern Idaho furnishe...

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 July 1909

s cmes-Jferald. !lK tASGKBT OIROOUTION Of ; NKW8PAPKR IN THI8 COUNTY, BATORUAIf.mi.1 St. 1W. Local News. ehenk wants more coyoto L'9 nnd other furs. Liter Cross was down from lit creek yesterday. ' you want a nice, mild drink into tho Bums Soda Works. (red Haines was a business I jlor to our city tho first of the Wc. tales Smith has a now stock bhoes of various kinds and jiin-To Mr. and Mrs. Ed-' id Anderson jn this city, July! daughter. soring Mowers, Rakes, Reap ind Binders for salo at N. Ivn & Sons. lrs. li. uenman anu uiuu- afhter wero up from Harriman j ig the week. j nil and see James Smith's lino of shoes before getting spring nnd summer foot- J. Hansen has purchased' adjoining Mrs. Shelley on the Eh and will at onco erect a residence. Our Capitol of S2S,000.00 Our Surplus of 830,000.00 Togothov with tlio doublo liability of our stock holder of another SS5.000.00 gives absoluto Becurlty to our depositors This is a featuro that is well worth rememboring whon do positing yo...

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