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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 5 March 1910

i . Out ol the Cllngcr Jar. A sure way to save money, don't spend it. Many n nut is not wlmt it wns cracked up to be. A horse may know a good bit without n coIIoro education. One of the surest ways to lose a friend is to lend him money. Anti-fat remedies are seldom needed by tho man who leans on hope. It is quite useless to toll tho goat not to butt in; he will do it anyway. How can wc tell whether a resolution is good or not till after wo have broken it? "It was all over in a minute," might refer to a railway accident or to a wedding. There are strong points of similarity between a football rush and a bargain-counter rush. In these times of high prices everybody has to pay. Even the oyster is compelled to shell out Speaking of home remedies, the "switch" of our grandfathers was a pretty good remedy for quite a long list of juvenile dis orders. Ono swallow docs not make a summer, but a dozen or so in a black bottle are sufficient to pro duce a great change in tempera ture. We are 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 — 12 March 1910

V imlefalJt 9Tfe 'ffhiieo-31crnl& TIip Olllolnl Vapor of llnruujr Comity hna tlio.liirKvut circulation nml Inono i( Iho'.bost nilvorttnliiK iiumIIuihh In Kiwlcrii Oregon, Ije Ctrcnl 3-fnriicy T,a tiinrij Covers nn urea of (I, l!23,t(X! itt'f t-- ol Innil, 4,0.11,(101 lures jet ncnrit nilmi'l to entry under tlio public In rid ihk ol tlio United Btatcs. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 12, 1! 10 NO. 17 ' f J TWO RAILROADS FOR US Right of Way Activity in Malheur Canyon Indicates Fight GREATER THAN DESCHUTES WAR Portland Paper Intimates Hill ern Survey and Predicts Latter Must Build This Recent right of way activities in the Malheur valley affords fresh evidence that the struggle between tlio Hill and llarriman lines in Oregon is to be a war to the knife. Hill's latest move in securing control of tho Oregon Electric portends early invasion of the Willamette valley, hither to a most jealously guarded pre serve of the llarriman system, says the Journal. There is reason 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 — 12 March 1910

umi)iiiwiii , "'. ii . ' .:...'"'.- iifcli nrmH" ""WUK'JRHUWMJJl1 ' li afi,M ?p S mil t EMM 1 On Year.... 'T'ttlM ? Blz Month!... B QM , Throe Month! V ( n ' W t : 1 I v r ! ' iji I 1 he Sinwi-pmf A. SATURDAY, MA110H . 1 BUHBOIUITIOH RATES! (X00 .1.00 . .15 juhan livnn - - hi Hon. Will R. King hns made good as n member of the supreme court and wo understand will bo n candidate at the November election. The bar of tho state aro particularly pleased with Iris work and ho will have an almost undivided support of tho law yers. C. A. Brittinghnm this week circulated a petition calling for tho orginazation of a hnmanc so ciety for tho prevention of cruel ty to animals. The petition was signed by a largo number and Mr. Brittingham. lias asked Tho Times-Herald to nnnounco that a meeting will be held on next Thursday evening, March 17, at the Commercial Club rooms to perfect an organization, elect officers and attend to such busi ness as would properly come be fore the meeting. TUB CITY ELEC...

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 — 12 March 1910

. ESVMiMiM J 'X'l I1 1 '19 MHUiii !l Wilt, t JMB iMIIIHMia HIUHM ill KM MM ;he Times-JIerald. - . ..- .mult imu lltf A TUN I.AHUKBT IHIIUUII"""" "r NYNKVrsrArKlUNTHIB COUNTY. SATUIIDAY MABUII 1. 1D10. Local News. Good morning! Did you Imvo Cremo for breakfast? Arlio Peel and wifo wore over from Harney Wednesday. Just received fino lino of John 15. Stetson hnts-Schenk Hros. If you want protection seo Irving Miller tho insurance num. Mrs. Win. Gray and little son sure up from Lawen the first of I this week. I The French Hotel is gaining in popularity under the manage ment of L. 1). Culp. Adelor Racino has gone to Vale whom w understand ho will work for the niilroad. Archie McGownn and wifo went to tho lake yesterday to look after some business. Mrs. W. 0. White has been seriously ill at her homo in this city, but is now improving rapid ly. Shoes for everybody at Brown's Satisfactory Store. Shoes that we stand behind and the Quality Kin 1 that insure wear and com fort. Those having rel...

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 — 12 March 1910

iHI i.'l iLIllllWWWTBMHlijLU..-lil-J.U!l!!'iW-U'lll"Wl III I ' 3JJ3E I DRIVINQ AWAY SETTLERS. I'he Southern Pacific has "Pinchotized" 2,000,000 acres of land in Western Oregon for "conservation," and five fako wagon-road companies havo'Tin chotized" other big areas like wise. The Government has done the same with practically all the public land of western Oregon and western Washington, both insido and outside of forest re- reserves, on pretex of protecting the peopel's timber from thieves and grabbers. Loud howls against the South ern Pacific and wagon-road companies have assailed tho stars. Theso several monopolies have been called foes of progress and greedy oncmies of the public in terest Yet their grip is no worse "strangle-hold" on tho country than that of Pinchotism. Boostora" tell of the vast tracts of land in Western Oregon and Washington that arc waiting for settlement and use; but, when they start in to find tho land, they discover tho Government refusing to admit settlers...

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 — 19 March 1910

asc i 55 Vfie tm3rtirntO The Olflolnl ricr ol llnrnoj County hnstho.lium'St rirculntlon nmllaotioof tlio".bft nitvortlBlnKlmotllumit li Kntlorn Oregon. Wlc CSrent 3-lnrttctj cr.otiunjj Couth an nrcn of (!, I28.H0O hup ol IniiJ, 4,0.11,11(31 ncrcn jut vmnnt ohIiiicI to entry under tliu tilllo Intid nut- ol imi 1 tho United Hliilcn. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 19, 1, 10 NOW She &Mtfmk A STRUGGLE Hate Engineer Predicts a Fight for Control of Water Power RESENT AUTHORITY JUMBLED nys Laws oi oat ion imu ainic stitutionnl Amendment Can Avert TrotiblcAl Dnwn of n Great National Movement for Improvement of Waterways. -That a water right war be- ,vcen western states will be tho lutgrowth of present jumbling uthority, is the opinion of John Lewis, state engineer. Laws nation and state relating to so or conservation of water are idely diverse in operation and itent, and only a constitutional mendnient can avert serious ifliculties, he says. Speaking before the Oregon tat...

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 — 19 March 1910

" ""VW"1k - ' 4fc MrVM -. '$mr 'Is if If B I- I 1 I - J Iltc wcljcvnCtl SATURDAY. MAIU'll 19, 1S10 SlMtsniUlTION IIATKS! Ono Your .. Sit Month". .. Three Monthl. JULIAN IttKH f 11.00 .1.00 .. .75 Mftnt;r A community is an aggregation of homes and consequently is the common homo of its residents, however largo or small in number they may bo. Therefore just as every member of a domestic homo takes, or should take, n personal! ntorest nnd pride in that home, loves it and contri butes in ono way and another to its welfare, so ought over mem ber of tho communal homo to do his or her best to mako that home, prosperous, attractive and a desirable place in which to live. While It is rather a dull week for railroad news it has been as serted most positively on good authority that both tho Hill and Harriman interests are positively going .to build through tho Mal heur canyon to the Harney coun try. Just when these lines will run through this valley it seems has not been definitely deter mined...

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 — 19 March 1910

91 1 n r( I a l3 77. 77 The TimGs-Jisrald. MAP T1IK TAU0K8T CIUUM.ATION OT j ANY NMVflrAVKU IN TIUBl'OlWTV. UTTIUJAY MAttl'H 1, 1110. Local News. Calico 20 yds. at Raima's Sat- i factory Store. Scott Hayes was ia oa luail business Tliursilny. Good morning! Did yoaliavo Cremo for breakfast? .lust received fiao lino of John B. Stetson hnts-Sehonk Bros. If you waat nrotection see lining Mdler the insurance aiaa. W. B. Johnson was over from fcher Creek a fow days this a eek. The French Hotel is gaining in popularity under the manage ment of L. B. Culn. stotsoii's hats sold by Brown's Sntisfnetorv Storo aro purchased 'direct from Stetson's and shipped from Phiadclphia. ! If the present pleasant summer tveather continues long it will ..;.i.r nut Min fruit limit; (on fur ..LIIIJ, V..V liv ...... iind cause a loss. 0. E. Allmetulingcr of Illinois mil G. H Nelson of Seattle, aro ecent arrivals looking for real estate investmetments. ! Those having relinquishments' or real estate for sale sho...

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 — 19 March 1910
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 March 1910

k&r ifrnfrmTi 't " . (ffsp Vlz dmca-JicrnlO Tho Olflolnl l'nper ot llnrnoy County hka'tho.InrKoat clreitlntion nml la unit oj tho'liest ndvcrtlalnRintHltiimi) in Knslorn Ore rod. mmt tDlt Oircpl 3-inriicy (Coiiniru Couth mi nrt-ii of ((,'128,800 it(tt ol Inndi 4,0,'JI,DM iicrcd yet vncmit mihiicl lo entry ninlcr tlio imlillc lurid ln, ol tho United Htiitcn. IT .1 AJ VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 20, 1. 11 NO. 19 She u 30 25 00 W 08; IS (0 33 to; 051 30 90j og oof (0 10 BURDEN LIES ON STA TES Secretary Bollinger Says Obligation of Conservation With Us PRESIDENT PUTS O. K. ON TALK (Secretary of Interior Speaks Before Minnesota Convention and Says Government's rower Resources is LimitedDeclares lie is for a Conservation to Conserve Wise Policy. In an address before the Min- claims, at their market value, nesota conservation convention, are withdrawn from entry, nwait- Socretarv of the Interior Ballin- "iff classification, and all the un- ger pave nis interpretation...

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 March 1910

-&$ , -eK V MMtjiUlllllliii I iTiii mi wKiaawsrfccu frtnaif . krf- f i i I B in i 1 3 . ! (' P :Ii HOW TO OUT "LIKED " There h much needless moan inff over unpopularity nnd selfish favoritism among some girls. Thev blnmo others for their lnck of success socially when the fault lies with themselves. Do you wonder why you arc not liked as much as other girls in your set? Look in not out for tho reason. Instead of saying: ' 'Of course, Mary gets invited she lias money!" or questioning tho good taste of a hostess in inviting Isabello, who is plain and poor, when she might have had you, ask yeurself: "Why am I not in vited? Sometimes, if you are honest in your questioning, tho answer will be: "There is no reason why I should bo invited; not everyone can bo asked every time, and Mrs. Blank has been kinder to mo than courtesy demanded." There is no surer, way to have a discontented life than to ex- poet to ring in on every inven tion that is given. Learn to re cognize social obligation...

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 March 1910

'4 RHHMPIW i i w5 - I X ' 1 4 i I r it c $bc Wttujf-gevntd. 8ATU1UUY, MAIICII S, UtO BUnaoilllTION UATKB: Ouo Year W- Blx Monllii .W Thrco Month! 1 "fy ' '" ' JULIAN II VII II Mr Son Ins Wild Oats. There lias always been an or roncous impression in the minds of some people that some timo in his life every man must sow wild oats, and every once in a whilo somebody asks when is the best timo to do tho sowing, Last week an inquisitivo person wrote to tho philosophical editor of tho Manchester, Iowa, Press and asked when ho thought was the best timo to put in tho crop, His unique reply, which answers tho question fully, is as follows "Tho best time is between tho ages of 8-1 and 92. Tho young man who thinks ho can drill in a juicy crop of wild oats at tho ago of sixteen and cultivate it 'with several pints a day, cheap calico and a striped deck, until ho is 30, will find himself beating a well worn path to tho inebriate homo when ho ought to be doing a man's work for an honest wage. The...

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 March 1910

.Ittp'i r w .. !. I - SiiwWMBi ,,-i " " ' - - "- r-'im juilmumm.l,.um,r,m "" ' . " '' 11 . mmriMMB -jtlHt toll :he Times-Jlerald. hAP TI1K I,A0K8T OinOULATION OF ANY NKWSPAPKU IN T1IIH COUNTY. SATOUtlAY MAllrll VII, 1810. Loenl News. OOod morningl Did you Imvo 7remo for brcnkfnst? 30 nor cent oil on Golf shirts lt The Busy Corner Store. Fay Comecrys is up from his Weaver Springs home. 20 yards of calico at Lunaburp, hnllon & Co's. for 1.00. Just received fine line of John 1$. Stetson hats-Schcnk Bros. Archie Cross was down from trout creek during tho week. If vou want protection see Irving Miller tho insurance- man. Claude Smyth and wife are Dver from their home in Happy Valley. Do not fail to read about the IML Vernon springs in another, column. The French Hotel is gaining En popularity under the manage ment of L. B. Culp. The Baptist Ladies Aid will Biold a window sale of cooked food at the E. B. Reed & Son grocery store on Saturday, April Those having relinquishments lor ...

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 — 2 April 1910

mpwfln' Sffte VimB-'SHtrnl& Tbt Offlolal Taper of Hume? County htiltheiUrxoit clrotilntlon tnil li onu 0 Ihsjbnt RdvorlUlnKjmiMllunii In Ktorn Oregon. SElie Qivenl Hfcmejj Couitiry Covers on urea of (I, -128,800 firm of lain!, 4,0:11,1)51 ncrcii yet vncnnt nnhicct to entry under tlio public land Iawd ol llio United Hlntes. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 2, lMO NO. 20 mmtmtmbmafMxas She i-Mtfulb. 'i ' -."" I ULL BUYS ROAD LANDS luch a Report Comes From Malheur County This Week JAY TRACT WILL scheme Involves Development of Across the State Along Proposed Route of Boise & West RailroadParty doing Over Lands From East to West. That St Paul. Minn., capitalist, working in conjunction with tho lill railroad system, will take iver, develop and colonize from 10,000 to 60,000 acresof land now teld by the Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain road in Mai nour county, has been decided by conference between John E. Orchard, of Burchard & Hub- bard, of St. Paul, Jam...

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 — 2 April 1910

fttart&MKfWfcuBHHeiH WKRbUAfWb. 5KLMmwntfiv innwmmi f 111111111 laaanimni ihiiiuiiiiiiiii'biwj in anmL naaiaiimaiaaaaiia m tj.jas'l i i I i f '' m ef Iplf, dATUnDAY, Al'MIiS, lltO f BUU80IUITION KATK8S it ' M OnoVear ;K T Six Month i.w ,. I ThteMonlha ' ,1 1 1 f, JULIAN IIVUI Maaamit Tho Times-Herald tnkes pride in referring to tho statements of tho First National and Harney County National Banks appear ing in this issue. This certainly shows a prosperous condition in this section just at tho close of a most sevcro winter. Each has made substantial gains sinco the report made GO days ago and tho First National shows tho largest footings in its history. INVESTIGATE WATER SUPPLY. Considerable interest has been aroused among the property own ers of this city looking to tho m stallation of water works and a sssssvor rfffi'ss sew Hums. A special meeting tno council was nuiu iuwuny 11 M - I..I.1 Til.. ln evening when M. L. Lewis model a proposition m connection with tno springs no own...

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 — 2 April 1910

HM iMnefwnniBauaiMiikMitikMMMii " jfir l - rhr Times-J&rald. lAP TIIK T.AHCIKST CIUCl'LATION Or ANYNKW8PArKHINTIU8COl)NTY. SATURDAY, Al'UH. J, 1P10. Local News. Gwd morniiifr! Did you have V t it i n . remo lor urcnKinstf 30 per cent off on Golf shirts It Tho Busy Corner Store. If you wnnt protection see rviiiR Miller tho insurance man. The French Hotel is gainintr popularity under tho mannKC- tient of L. B. Culp. Wantkd Farm hands at tho tBrookdalo Farm" Tuesday, Lpril 5th. Tickets on salo at loth Drop Stores. J. R. Sii Jeton was in the city lesterday. He has about 14 ores in crop on ins noiucstcau lear iiarriman mis spring. Those having relinquishments ir real estate lor sale siiouiu Eonsult E. W. VntiVnlkenbiirir, Die real estate man, at his office Burns. DisL Atty. McCulIoch is here rom Ontario to assist the grand , liry in its investigations and to in readiness sor tho opening stttsiiif rinntif jvl- TVrtwInF ilv.uil .uui b iii;.i iuimtuijr. i ,,..,, . . - For Sale -One almo...

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 — 2 April 1910

p p"uap4 , . ,-PBa-sr s ?MHn'WiMMwuflV!Tvl.fHWi -TWWMt-lT bUW) t-"HU--iuw.. xuwmW'n - iwAMMdtaa W m r M Ml JM .J ' ' ,, J THE REAL OENTLOMAN. .no, Mr . In the days gone by it was my privilcgo to companion with a hardy soul all untaught of refine ment and culture. But ho was a truo gentleman. Often in tho cold nights on tho prairie, ho would reach over and tuck tho blankets around mo. But ho would havo used many purple swear wor Js had I said anything about his thoughtfulncss and gentleness. Joo was a truo gen tleman. Ho thought more of a friend than he did of himself. And because Joo thought more of mo than ho did of himself, there is nothing under tho canopy of heaven I would not do for Joo. When tho Uto Indians made their famous pilgrimago in search of a somewhat mythical hunting ground, n gray haired man, wear ing the two stars of a major gen eral in tho United Slates army, was sent out to confer with the chiefs of the runaway tribe. He stopped on his way to tho conference at a l...

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 — 9 April 1910

MWWga'j.u.njmWMWTW'ji ntxmjmtmmmmmtUimtaiam jpmegJIeM mm rPte tmB-3ttcrn!& Tb Offlolnl Taper o( llnrnoj Cuunty hi;ilie;lrjit ctrctilntlon nml ! 0110 i) th;iit ndvertlilnmudliiniB In Kinlotn Oregon. ZTftc Wren I ainniey, (Cminiry Color on nrun ol 0,-I&8,8(M lit it l Intuli 4,(KH1liril ncicB yet viumil siilmrl to entry under Dm titiltllu land , nl thn Unllod Btntii). VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 9, U 10 NO. 21 HILL'S OREGON PLANS, President of Great Northern to Make An Announcement Soon TO PASS SUMMER IN THE WEST With Father, James J. Hill, llend of the Road, Will Return to Portland Later in April and Will Then TalkDcnfcs Any Connection With Road Land DealTheir AdvertisiiiR Plan. cinl organizations so tlmt they may bo suro of making no mis takes in investing their monoy. Some want to go into stockrnis ing, others want to buy small farms, others want tho still smaller fruit tracts, some pin their faith to dairying and thoy como out hero with the expectan cy of...

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 — 9 April 1910

to BflgM(WWlMMi MM m li tMrtWi U 4 'p I:! !;l r fc ft jm J 1 be tmca-ftaML SATURDAY, Al'Mt. , l10 8U1I80IUITION RATKSt Ouo Ycr.... Bit Montht ... ThreoMontht , 12.00 .1.00 . .7 JULIAN I1VUU - - - - MMt Tho Times-Herald believes in nrood roads and hopes Judge Webster will receive tho nctivo support in this county his efforts deserve. Nothinir is of more importance to this great nnd growing country than permanent roads. Let us all push this mat ter and insist on Betting proper machinery. Senator Bourne hns decided not to press the passage of his new homestcaJ bill where the basis of proof would bo produc tion rather than residence. Ho says there is objection as it would favor the rich. GOOD ROADS MEGTINQ. Judge L. R. Webster is hero from Portland and will ho'd a good roads meeting at the court liouso this evening at which time it is the intention to organize a branch of the good roads move ment and start immediate work toward better highways. Judge Webster has resigned as judge of Mul...

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 — 9 April 1910

9K9Kii LiUJIlJIIIiaiyjWJIUIltfJiillWIIiWWtlMMMWaMMMMM "he Times-fterald. U THK LAKaKSf" cikcui.xtion or KnVNKWSPAPXU IN THIS COUNTY. I SATURDAY. Al'RIl.t, "I0- Local News. fSL. Hopper is over from Bcnr Ploy. IGood potatoes nt The Busy irnerStore. hood morning! Did you lmvo i?mo for brenkfnst? LA. A. Tipton has been in irom 00 ranch this week. If you wnnt protection see ing Miller the insurance num. Born Wednesday, April (5, to and Mrs. Ralph Hibbard, a rho best meal in Harney coun- for 25 cents nt the Overland j ltd. John Stickle, fathcr-in-lnw to irge Schenk, arrived here tins ek from Portland. hie French Hotel is gaining popularity under the mnnage- int of L. B. Culp. ll. C. Huffman and T. B. Beck re up from their farms near Tl fn.iM f n... itrrlv1nlT UUUI1UII11 JUOW.-lUllJ'. V alter Cross is absent on a 7 it to his old time haunts in gsouri. He has been gone le three weeks. roR Sale-Well broken work ner Store, fees, weight 1200 to 1400 lbs. im. Howard, 12 miles south )rewsey, Ore...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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