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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 24 July 1909

.dRmOTi in iii.jiiii iijawaa aa a a i icbbbT i aaaaew.. aaamaaaap aaaapw. jjrjfo INDUSTRIAL NOTES. A& .- III . ikiS (Portland Correspondonco). That npplo growora of Oregon havo nothinjr to fear from tho danger of overproduction la tho atater.iont of Wilbur K. Newell, president of tho Stato Board of Horticulture, who haa recently rAturnnrl from tho East Hoi saya tho industry is not likely to Wonder if Mr Hill haa really bo overdone and that tho demand ' considered this? Tho Statesman AND WHY, PLEASE? If, as stated, James J. Hill is going to build in central Oregon ho will havo to run through sou thorn Idaho in owlor to mnlco his now vonturo a dividend payor. Oregon papers please copy. -Boiso Statesman. Well, welt! This itgoingsomc. Hutu rm ' r iiiriu .inn irmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmgmfKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i Tnrrnir -it r Trnmi m lam i I for Oregon fruit now exceeds tho supply in many quarters. Whilo away, ho visited many npplo growing districts of tho East Ho found Oregon apples well es tab...

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 — 31 July 1909

mmmmMmmtmgtnmmmmtmmmmmmmMmam MIMlMMIiMiMta katoiWlllMMIMMMaMMMaM HIMHMMiaUMni Vfjc VlmtB9ttrnlft ThelXQclnl Taper ot Ilarnej County hit tho largest circulation adUo4aof tho beat ndvrrtliltiR medium In Eattetn Oregon. 11 li n ! JM . -L ft ttrtat Hrttu 8tiiftrjj Cover an area of 0,428,800 iti'tet of land, 4,034,061 acres yet vacant eiibivcl to entry under the public land laws of ttio United Btalei. POL. XXII BURNS, HAItNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 31, 1C09 NO. 37 naMMMUMMl fb WARMERS' INSTITUTE nderable interest Shown by Local Farmers---Good Results fNTRY IMPRESSES VISITORS Hit Kerr, Dr. Withycombc and Prof. Lewis of Oregon gricultural College Give Harney County Farmers Good Ivlcc and Encouragement Sure Wc Can Make Success. who attended tho farm-1 with this section and discussed Mtute the first of this week are of scientific farming Ifore. In point of num- attendance, so far as farmers are concerned, it liave boon better, but le standpoint of real rc id beneficial discussion it entire suc...

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 — 31 July 1909

I uJjBBli i -itirnifiii iiiiJiiiiiiwiiiiniWii.ii aaiinMHiinaTmii ST SCSmK! the taegextl SA.TURDA.T. JULY HI, M aUBS0BIlT:ON ItATBH! On Tut..., Hi Month!,, . Thra Month)., 1.00 .1,00 IULIAM BTKtt Maaar Malheur county is jubilant over tho prospects of tho govorn mcnt taking up tho irrigation project over there. Secretary Ballinger was there last week and said he'd see about it Our streets and roads leading into town should bo given parti cular attention. Tho crosswalks aro being repared at present, but not all aro being replaced in tho best manner. After listening to Dr. Withy combe and other speakers of tho farmers' institute it would appear that what wo lack in this coun try is not climate or soil, but actual fanning to mnko it pro duce as it should. Real estate has been moving to some extent this week and at considerable advances. One place was bought on Monday for $5,000 and has since been sold for $7,000. Much of tho land recent ly thrown open has been entered in various ways and...

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 — 31 July 1909

MM M Cerald. lAKflKBT CIROCIATION Or NKWtrAMR INTHIBCOUNTV, SATUKDATlJVLYJI.JSW. Looal News. Ink wants more coyote knd othor furs. the nd of the Cash Grocery kkery in this issue. du want a nice, mild drink fito the Burns Sodn Works. To Mr. and Mrs. A. Saturday, July 2-1, a son. B3 Smith has a new stock ds of various kinds and Harlan and bride aro ifrom a vacation in the' tins. I ring Mowers, Rakos, Roap- Binder3 for sale at N. , & Sons. M. F, Williams arrived yesterday from a visit to jghter, Mrs. L. Wolden- land see James Smith's to of shoes before getting pring and summer foot Borden, a brother-in-law 'Jordan, arrived here this a visit and may remain kently. ft first class dry lumber : lenghts; also 2nd and 3rd ;m $8.00 to $12.00 per M. Is Milling Co. Our Capital of $25,000.00 Our Surplus of S30000.00 Togotlior with the doublo liability of our Btock- ' holder of another $25,000.00 gives abaoluto Becurity to our depositors This is a featuro that ia well worth remembering wbon d...

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 — 31 July 1909

im TM I : u n H .itf t Mfl ! i 3 h i . i v i VM I H :i ; M 1 if ii i ri . 7 J I .! ) I . M V J i M ' Is 1 If iNMJSTRlAl NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). No less thai 25,668,670 pcoplo throughout tho United States will have their attention drawn to Oregon as tho land of oppor tunity durintr tho coming three ii t , nfyMf i!nrp montnf ,. ZaC Z.imnrovo on.lt, take SZ)ru" t o Unt and hob boost If fttwZ!Z' Commercial club as you would a bad debt collector, tho mem bers of tho committee havo your welfare at heart. It is easier to chill tho enthusiasm of honest, loyal workers, than it is to kindlo their zeal. Give thorn your support. Don't pick their work to pieces. If you can oil your you'd somo i) . . . . - ' ' '" mmm ' I i riiiiilJ..jiLiiiiiim ' '" "aaeaMMssis aw,ieaMii" n , ii- - i - i ' ' n .. . ., i iij.i-MMiaaMItt n ii,, mumi i- ii i ii (ajiiiweiWMariiiuiwmJi sum inn hit l nu hi imniiiiriiiiTrrr-- TO TRESPASSING. HunUiiK l forbidden upon mjf plnco iviijotnliiB Hums. Trcapanc rB Hm b...

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 — 7 August 1909

s f,jff aiM, fTH Ctm-9Urftlft The Official Paper ol Name) County hat thelirgt cliculMlon ndUonoo the belt adveitliltiR medium In Eastern Oregon, mmt t ? rent atlnrttcu Couimu Covi'n on nrcn of 0,428,WX) wit ol linn), 4,03-1,051 ncrcn yet Muant mliu'i'l to entry under tlio public land tint- ol I ho United Btotci. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 7, HCO NO. 38 She iSJiIHl MPs I h lr &sw''ty'ty ly'vJai XATER POWER IS GOAL doratnnds tlio recommendation of , the committee nppolntcd to re commend n modo of procedure, tlio first purposo is to test the law in tlio courts in n friendly r j. jl t ir s iwv in tlio courts in n friendly mtest in Deschutes Possibly Only suit instituted for that purpose, Beginning for Territory f HER STRATEGIC POINTS LATER luitcs First Because of Immense Water Power Possibilities I May be Followed With Contests for the Alalhcur and Pit iKiver I'asscs Which arc Just as Important to Situnt on. o railroad war in Deschutes to build a railroad. It wou...

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 — 7 August 1909

V fJk - ' --.:. ft?: 'Art J tjti ' WttKi f he itaf-lfefxf A 4ATUR0AT. AVQU8T 7, IMS . BUH80RIPTI0N RATK9: Oil Ytu x0 Six Mouth ! ThrtaMontha .....75 JULIAN BTBW - - - - MMr Portland raporsBtill insist that when tho Natron cut off to Kla math is completed and tho lino up Deschutes is built to Madras that all Central Oregon is pro vided with transportation. Look at tho map and see. With an abundance of water at a shallow depth and an ns suranco of natural gas, the irri gation problem should not be a serious one in this section. Gas enoines may bo installed at a nominal cost and crops can bo successfully grown, no matter how dry the season, at a small cost A fnrmer remarked in this office tho other day that peopl should not bo discouraged in this section when good crops of grain are now being harvested and when it is shown that potatoes can be crown any whore by sun ply sticking them in the ground and giving them no care what ever. Our potato crop this year will be big. When Mr. Harrim...

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 — 7 August 1909

mmrmmmmm tes-Jerald, FLARQK8T CIRCULATION OV ?8r ANSR IN THIB COUNTY. JRUAT, AUOl'lJT 7. 19W .ocal News. iry fits eyes P. 0. block. IFitchett wna in the city by. want a nice, mild drink the Burns Sodn Works. f Morrisnn was over fiom (House during the week. i Smith hoa n now stock of various kinds and is Anuerson anu wuo from Narrows Tliurs- ag Mowers, Rakes, Reap- IBinders for sale at N. Sons. Couch and wife are at occupying Mrs. Geo i residence. rices on men's tino sum- inaerwear anu anirts. & Co., Burns. ImaCawlfield is visiting kome of her son. D. A. Id in this city. our saddle horses in shape natineo on Sunday, Aug. j le lair grounds. railroad wars all around EH certainly be our turn be. Be patient. fe ECURITY and ERVICE arc afforded the patrons of our institution. SECURITY Every $l.OQ of our Capital ia roingorcod by$l.iJO of oaruod Surplus, which, in conjunction with our ooiiHorvntiro policy, affords mi unusual dogroo of anfoty to our dopOBitors. SERVICE Our sorvico is not ...

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 — 7 August 1909

! - - , -IMssMMHlTITr mmlnTini t- 11 n i i !l ''ri1 ''',l'1111 j1'1"1 INDUSTRIAL NOTE (Portland Correspondence). Tho price of hops is soaring nnd tho advanco moans monoy in tho pockets of tho Northwest growers. A repetition of tho stirring days of 1904 in tho hop trado is nromiscd. Brewers of tho world nro said to bo facing a. serious shortage of hops. Tho market in Portland has bcen lifted in a fow weeks from 10 to 20 cents. Even old hops com mand good prices. Olfors of 13 cents have been made for tho 1908 crop, that a fow weeks ago went begging for 6 cents. Short crops in England and Germany are reported to be boosting tho price. Oregon lumbermen will partic ipate quite generally in the semi annual meeting of tho Western Pine Manifacturers' Association at Spokane on August 9. The program is an interesting ono and many will go from this state. Among tho speakers will bo Gif ford Pinchot, United States For ester. Conservation and refor estation are subjects that will be -discussed a...

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 — 21 August 1909

MttHMMiHa MMaaaMiMnM(rwMHkl fTfi Cimca-SitrtilOi Tho Official rnporof llnrnej County hii the targvit circulation and taono Of the belt advertising wodlumi In Eaitem Oregon. die$rent JHnrncylCpMiiirj) Covers an Area of 0,428,800 noet of Inm), 4,631,001 ncres yet varnnt enlicl to entry iindor tlio public land Iamb of tlio United Stales, )L. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 21, 1C0I) NO. 40 , , ,'ju. TIP ?Af1TQ A HfkTTW TTA V P01"""1 Tho digestibility may lUt jTJJLO JxHUU 1 1j 1 , bo lowered and tho total amounts of nutrlonta lessened by Improper curing: and handling of tbo hay. Plnnfa tllfn nlfnlfn nnil nlnvni motion Relative to the Nutritive mm imvo n largo amount of Substances of Varieties ,, cZlTaZZ account of poor mothodB of cur ing. Alfalfa bay cured under ordinary conditions will lose from 15 to 20 per cent of Its leaves. Tho loss may amount to from GO to GO per cent. Alfnlfa hay wlilnli Itnu nak- Mm irtnnfni naff ',. r..ii-ii II c n i i i J.u r-i "..... ...... .... - r...

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 — 21 August 1909

tmmmtmemsm. iTimfirriiH i L i If .U m i 1 i a - 13 I -HI . y i.' . I i 1 'tf J ' s y' ! 4 i ' U i ' , I Ike . 4iT0Di,YwA.VIV8t St, IW9 80B6ORIPT10M RA.TK8: On THt,ii Ms Moulin..., Tht Month!., ILOO .1.00 ,.7o JULIAN BTRD - - - - MMr The present dry season has been quite unfortunate for those who havo put in crops and failed, yet the grain in many places has made better crops than at first thought and has demonstrated beyond a doubt that it can bo grown successfully under very dry conditions. The experience of the present season will bo a great help in future and we may gain by it in the long run. The Vale Oriano issued a spe cial 24 page paper on last Satur day that was quito creditable. The edition was nicely illustrated with half-tone cuts of various scenes in Vale and Malheur coun ty. Such enterprise is commend able and the people of that town and county should appreciate such work as it will advertise that section in a much better manner than the pamphlet system. The definite an...

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 — 21 August 1909

ijimmmmm ferald. rX0K8V CIRCULATION Of fSrXPKn IN THIS COUNTY. blUiAY, ABOl'STM, MOJ oonl News. lury Jits eyes P. 0. block. Gibson of Wnlla Wnlln, i city. Norton was over from eek this week. wnnt a nice, mild drink to uic minis aoua wcrns. ; Smith 1ms a new stock of various kinds and TM iU.a n!(u QnHlrrlnv 111 HUB ltj miVUiMMJ i to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. s,Ti, ig Mowers, Rakes, Reap- Binder8 for salo at N. Hnna w actor Smith has begun) ntr tno cmmcic iteeu aro building. ' rices on men's fine sum- Indcrwear and shirts. Co., Burns. i Caldwell is over in Idaho Eaf tor some real estate ho ' acquired. Ho is expect-1 tomarrow. ' Idolyn Lampshire is hero , ligene on a visit to her tsrents, Mr. and Mrs. S. . m. ..... .11 Bire. Tnomtio iauy nr-' st week in company with aes H. Kelley and J. W. ! i Johnson and wife were t the home of Dr. Brown ' city this week. Mr. says he will navo a lair, I fruit tins' seasonand ex- i b: at the fair with a nice . Cecil was in from Silver Wednesday. He wanted sia...

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 — 21 August 1909

I : i i i u I 'I i' J i ft INDUSTRIAL NOTES, A, L Brown and family spent Thursday and Friday In Ontatro en route to Seattle to bco tho big Bhow.- Argus. Job prlnliiiK Tim TliiiivHiriill I'KTITION FOIt UQUOlt MOKNHK (Continued from page one.) bile Club to start a campaign to restrict dare-devil automobilo speeding. Resolutions were pass ed at the meeting and members of tho club aro going to do ovcry thlnsr tho.v can to nut a stop to speeding on public roads. , Wo (o oni,oril(Mod , , Toler9 of Contracts were let during tliol ijInmona I'rudnct, tinrmy Comity, Htm.. past WeeK lOr (10UU10 iraCKUlg'ol Ori-ROti rciipwlfullypotltlnii tlio lion County Ooutt n( Hume, Huriioy County, Stato of Oregon lo Krnnt n Unman to M, Hotton lo toll Bplrltoiis Vii I and Vlnoua Liquors In loan iiiiAtitliirn tlmn ono Riillon In Mnmoml I'rerlni'li Ilnrnoy County Stato of Orctou for period of (0) fix months na In duly bound wo nlll ovor pray tho Northern Pacific main line between Kalama and Tacoma. Between Kal...

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 — 28 August 1909

m f r & VT(c Vlmc"3Hcrnl& The Officii I Paper ol Unrnc) County Iim the Urgvit cliculatlon nd Isono oj tho bctt admitting mediums in KnMoin Oregon. Mine, :fie5rtl Wnrnty' Count ry Coven an area of 0,428,800 ii(f! o land, 4,031,001 Aitc yet vacant ihiIiiviI In entry tinder llio public land ln of tlio United Btotes. VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 28, 1C0O NO. 41 BM SQhi i2 Ji 1 inftflr I h Aq rtylty'y wwJ-Mi9 lATlMPQC! Ann nnfQ &A lbly built for n feeder to tho Con- rJL.vjJLAJkJkJ jCX JL SS.fJ JJtSX a. i trnl Oroiron lino, which from igon-Idaho Boosters Sold Inter esting Session on Coast all from nvor, on to EYPASS STRONG RESOLUTIONS by District Railroad Plan and Recommends Adoption of Coffered Amendments to Constitution Covering Tiiis Plan Suggests Law to Allow No Monopoly of Natural Passes. ens unfortunate that moro ntes could not go to tho Son-Idaho Development Con- meeting at Coos Bay last . Dr. H. M. Horton and Eseem to be the only Burns o in attendance...

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 — 28 August 1909

M the limw-ffnxCil. 8ATDBDXT. XWSCW M. 1W9 fiUBSOIUPTION RATKBi On Year.... ill knntoj.... ThreMonlhi,, 1100 1.00 ..75 JULIAN VBI - - - - Mmi Judge Bean's decision in tlio Deschutes caae is a docidod vic tory for tho Oregon Trunk, nnd a staggering blow to tho Hnrri man forces. Jt holds distinctly not only that tho Oregon Trunk has tho superior right on tho particular grounds over which the contention arose, but that thero is no legal morit in tho Harriman lawyers' argument against the legality of tho Hill company's existence in Oregon. This technicality is bluntly brush ed aside, and the matter is con sidered solely on its merits. Judge Bean gives both parties credit for good faith in attempt ing to build a railroad through the Deschutes canyon, nnd says that "neither should bo permit ted to obstruct tho work of tho other." This is certainly good Bcnso. and it is gratifying to leam from so high an authority that it is also cood law. It is creatly to bo hoped that tho contending part...

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 — 28 August 1909

.Timwiir uss-ftexald. tR LAR0K8T OIROUtATION Of NKWSPAPKR IN THIS COUNTY. II BATORDAYi Al'UUST 5S, WW Local News. rtisbmy fits oycs P. 0. block. rof. I. C. Raymond is up from land holdings. 1 you want n nice, mild drink D into tno uurns soan worcs. II. Adams, of Portland, wns this week on land business. lines Smith has n now stock Bhocs of various kinds and i i pnk Cummins camo over t wesuail on weuncsony s W. Clovcnger is building an ition to the front of his resi- c. ering Mowers, Rakes, Rean- nd Binders for sale at N. n rt i n cc ouna. v nt a .1 nvin nnn Rnn turn- i 11 V A " ------ Ihnvo gone to Stcens mount- tor an outing of ten days. will mako headquarters at IP PnnMi liss Myrn King will leave next for Otis creek to teach. Frankio King will take go of tho central office in the hono exchange. A. Storm, an attorney from kings, South Dakota, has looking over the Harney ry the past week. Mr. m considers this a very pro- ing bection. Ho is accompan- tj Attorney dacoos oi run- BANKIN...

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 — 28 August 1909

:-( .w.imu mi iiwi iihmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MMMIMIMMMMWHamnnNPIMIPMI'MM ill .yH, tiff! IP 't4 .' ' . "IS , I a tii' f i A VH M ft' ! i GM ii LlK I J SBsaefa- ' sa(BBaMWJSSBaaa- hi i Tin 1 ! Prett Orcrrd Pre Frwtt. C. H. Sargent, one of the lead ing fruit growers of the Payette Valley, returned a few days ago from the Grand vallov in Colo rado where ho went in official capacity to investigate the re sults of orchardists using smudge pots to protect their orchards, Wo 10 ,,,,! ,eRlrt voUra of from frosts. Liko F. E. Price, I nin.meiull'rcelnct.llnriie.y County, HIMn who proceeded him in the invcs-'ol Orccon rospnitfuliy iHititlmi tho lion tigation, ho finds smudges were a complete success nnd ho re turns home enthusiastically in favor of the orchardists of the Payette Valley supplying them selves with the pots to bo in readiness against the time when their orchards may again be threatened with frost. -Payette Independent r . Cimbttlte' Colic. Cholery tod DUnhoea Remedy NtYor Known to ...

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 — 4 September 1909

i2iJ HpWwwttinriwr file lef&tii. Che (Srcnt Wrnpyotiijirjj Cavern an urea of 0,428,tf00 it'rfr of Inml, 4,031,051 nciCH yet vacnnt eiibjrct to entry umler tlio public land Inn of tho Unltwl Htotc. ThoOfllcUl Vapor ol Unrno) County h the larmit cltculntlon ami Is ono Of the bt adverting mediums In Kmlotn Oregon. rr VOL. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 4, 1C09 NO. 42 ttfe fhe JT1! QW&TFI flAT IP A I? TSJoct; not in tho lenst, but a con tUtJT 01J&11Jr 1iV JFJlIVlfJi sciontous nnd unfnltorincr Interest luable for Fertilizing the Soil and Keeping Down the Weeds PROFIT WITH SMALL OUTLAY inn Animal That Utilizes as Much Coarse Feed With as Uittlc Attendant LnborLumb Farming Replenished The Farms of Michigan Which had Been Depicted by Wheat. too many farmers fail to I ami enriching tho soil. And iato the value of a flock of iwhen you consider the two sour- 'ois of rtmflr. fli snln of wnnl on tho average farm. : is nothing in tho entire curriculum that returns the pr...

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 — 4 September 1909

.:,awi i ? f Tfl '" HlSf i m 4 s 7 p IV ff f4- ili-1 'I ."i -i i i it. Ja ir i""i"W t" iul I 1 i'i fe t H- .v i ', L '-t.sj-i Pfe '? i,i W k- , ! t J i ! rl j B J 1 i i t :a ..ii -IS v 3 f " . i i m '.'I 1 Sjt . I .' !. - 4 , J ,M . J.'. $ ! -vs .u inuin.i.nnini"f .... MIMMHMiMMIWM Ike limei-HnCi mURDAT.SEl'TEMllKIl 4, l0 buhsoiuvtion UATKai Out Yser liO Mx Months .W ThreeMontbs 7 JULIAN Blin - - - Mnr It might bo woll for Mr. Har riman to get busy in tho Malheur canyon if ho expects to hold this pass to the exclusion of other lines. The time seems to bo ripo for a rival line to look into tho matter. Mysterious acting in dividuals should not bo prowling around on hfs territory causing him nervousness. It is rumored, according to tho Portland Journal, that Harriman will abandon the Deschutes routes now that Judge Bean has de cided tho Oregon Trunk has first right of way, and will extend the Columbia Southern fromShaniko, it being a shorter route into Cen tral Oregon. This has been su...

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 — 4 September 1909

JiV.J- wm8$'i a -t -,r rKirrrifi.,.- wMWaB ' .!'';; " tf ". mm T ies-JIerald. I.A1KIK8T CIRCULATION Or SKWSPAPKn IN THIS COUNTY. tUUDAY, SEtTKUnEU 4, ttlO. , Local News. jury fits eyes P.- 0. block. Hurlburt, son of fA. W. Srt, is in tho city. lu wnnt n nice, mild drink lio tho Bums Soda Works. ter from Dr. II. M. Hor- bs ho will bo homo next imyni ivuijf una uuuu to eek where sho will tench iter. Bifrgs is homo from tho wh-cro ho wont to moot Ihor nnd sisters. Holland nnd daughter arrived homo Wednesday trip to Portland nnd tho Ifnir. c Bean, an Indiana man, In in this section this week. cs to look over tho coun- n view of locating. iwnrtz nnd wife arrived Monday from Portland, they went with tho re-. if the latter's father. r. a r.-1i! !..- u. ;v. uuiuur, pniiuipui S . k . Bubltc schools, came over liver Creek Tuesday, to be Inoss for the school yenr. Goodman is prepared to od nnd Ins new barley is rcaay tor business. should at once arrange eii for such work. i Chas. Wilson has ro...

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