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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 April 1910

' -Vyr X ttaOwv Nt;.f a. i. 4" Aisp riMUtMi DawwfhMMOMHii IMWUMU'I w Rasas' JJIIkj7lMW8 M xffl4 r$.- k 1-ft & ;.b' 1 Farmers Dcscnc IIIrU Price. Farmers in tho country feci little sympathy with workers who swarm cities and fight and boycott and strike for h.Rhcr wages in order that thoy may keep pace with "higher cost of living." In tho bucolic county of Yamhill a Newberg editor prints tho follewing: Farmers complain that they arc simply compelled to got along with tho work thev can perform alone, as thoy say it is utterly impossible to employ de pendable help that will remain with them and be contented. It doesn't require much of a stretch of tho memory to recall tho days of 16 to 1, when thnre were 1G men ready and waiting for every job offered. Too much prosperity. Farmers could produce cheaper pork, mutton and milk if they had tho necessary help, but thoy can't get it, so tho best of them keep toiling 1G hours a day twice as long as tho eight-hour workers in tho city -in ord...

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 — 16 April 1910

IMrMMMMrtiMBMiM W Vtma2tcrnlff Th Omoinl Paper of llnrnoj County hai;thOtrK'1 circulation anil is no f the'.tit mlvortiRliiRlincUuina In Kiwtorn Oregon. h.eC5rcnt Jlnrttcy Column Covcm an nrcn ol (I,428,f0() ji ! id litnd, 4,0.'! ,051 nm'ft jot vncanl Htlmri toi'lilry ihiiIit tho public Innil nv,t l tliii United hlntcH. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OltEGON, APRIL 10, 1110 NO. 22 uujjiihi mtmummmurm fpli jKfflJtefdlt 0 RUSH THE rork Will Begin on Boise fc Western Soon as Engineers Report tMPLETE LINE rclmscrs of Road Land Grant Builder and Railroad Will Large Portion of Distance James J. Hill will begin the instruction work on the Boise fWestern Railroad across Ore- fen from Eastern border to Pa- fic Ocean, just ns soon as his htrinpfirs lmvo mado their re lets as to the straightcst line, siest grade and best route, ..mi J IT-I- 1 kys the Telegram. jucse lute" means the route which Bill present the minimnm of on- Enpprirnr difficulties With the Maximum opportunities for trnfllc e...

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 — 16 April 1910

The fflfs-JtaalA. i,xnar.8T 0IU0UI.ATION or NKWBPAPKU IN TIII8 COUNTY. I SATUnUAY, Al'KII. U, WIO. Local News. ood morningl Did you have mo for breakfast? . L. Maco loft this week for railroad with his bcof. " you want protection seo ng Miller the insurance man, P. Mnhon was a brief visitor ur city the first of this week. he best meal in Harney coun- or 25 cents at the Overland el. ev battings 72 by 84 inches in at urown's sausinciory re. obt. Drinkwater was in from I Cow Creek farm a few days week. few fractional sections of mon school land for sale A. George. ill Cummins left for Westfall Incsday to look after his p interests. he French Hotel is gaining opulnrity under the mannge- t of L. B. Culp. omeseekcrs continue to ar- in flocks and the land oilice ngested all the time. m Sale Well broken work nor Store. pes, weignt iav 10 uw iuj,. , r,otll- nrcssc,i ami ciCnncd at Ym. Howard, 12 miles south i Qt,.n,. llrn( IUVIIVIIII vw. Jrewsey, uregon. , .,' The census man is aunty Commiss...

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 — 16 April 1910

Lr I1 ! ill 4 S4 I'i ',1 i-S MWMIHH linijruj imiai 11 IIALLBY'S COMET. (Concluded from page ono.) This rifle is built fur settled districts, where Reed range nnd killiru; power nrc desired, with safety to the neighborhood. The Mm7i .23-20 Is n light, quick hnmlllnR, flnely-lmlattccil repeater, with the solid top, closcd-ln litecch nnd bMo ejection features which make 77?arftA guns safe nnd ngreenble to use and certain In action. It Is msde to use the powerful new hlah vetoeltjr smokeless loads with Jchtel bullets will as the well-known black powder and low pressure smokeless cart ridges, and Is the Ideal rlllf foi target woik, lor wooucnucse, uecse, liawks, loses, ete., up to 300 yards. ThU rlllf and ammu nltlon, and all other Iffarti repeaters, are fully described In our 130-psge caulca, I'ree for 3 atamita postage. 7ff2ffatn)rearms Cx, U Willow Street,'"" MEW HAVEN. CONN. NOTICK FOK PlTIHiICATION. I'NiTicnFTATisiI.sruiOrriig, I lliirna, Oregon, April 'i, 15t0 I Notice la hereby kI...

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 — 16 April 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 — 23 April 1910

safmmmfmmttjmim &Ut tffie Yltua!Herni& Tlit Official Paper of Ilnrnoj County hssthelargMSt circulation and la ono ( tht'bit R(lvertlslnRm(Hlliimit In Eastern Oregon. We OSrcnl 3Hnrueij (Trunin j Cowrn nn nri-n ol (),-1280l) in n il Innli4,(!.tl,;i51 ncroc ot mm nut n l i'i to ontry untlor tlm itilillo Inml hw tlio United 8lntcn. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 23, 1 l'J NO. 23 HjuwuumMiiiHwuimuB jjflfre gKmftef i RIALROAD WORK BEGUN Grading and Track Laying Out From Vale Toward Harney County CONSTRUCTION WILL BE RUSHED On Account of Rival Lines Work Will be Pushed Rapidly as Hill Interests Said to He in Position to Force Conces sions From llarrimnn RoadA Joint Roadway is Possible. Although llarrimnn officers in An advantageous location might Portland disclaim any knowledge bo secured by ono road on ono of it, actual construction work has begun on the Oregon Eastern the Harrimnn railroad, out of Vale toward Harney Valley. This hasj been announced by both i the ...

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 — 23 April 1910

PfHaaMaMKSSZSSaM I " - " jfj Urn tei $1 ,., t twca-gcMfd. aATUtUUY, AI'UIj JS, l10 BUllSOHtl'TlON HATKB: Ono Ycsr Kit Months Three Months... . . .1X00 .1.00 .Tt I II I.I AN 11' It II - M ! A sevcro storm and freeze in Utah and the Missouri River sec tions has destroyed the fruit Wo have- been particularly for tunate in this respect and so far no damaging weather has caused alarm. Of courso the season is not far enough advanced to pre dict a sure crop, but tho trees havo held back more or less and present indications are that wo are going to have an exceptional crop of fruit. It is to bo hoped a good showing may be made in all lines since tho Hill railroad desires a car load of Harney county products this fall to as sist in advertising this great sec tion. Take special caro of tho fruit and vegetables for this purpose and don't forgot the county fair either. THE ORIGINAL BOOSTER IS COMINQ Tom Richardson to Visit Burns. Monday, May 9th and hold Big Meeting. The Burns commercial Club i...

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 — 23 April 1910

fc-Tft Mfanpn MtaHMMMH mn iii) will i iwwtMawiaMWMiwiaiiaiMiiiMii es-Jerald. LAH0K8T CinOULATION or '.NKWSrArKB INTHISCOUNTY. SATURDAY, Al'MI. SB, 1V10. Local News. 3ood morning! Did you liavo Pine for breakfast? Emanuel Clark was in the city. a short time this week. f you want protection sco nng Miller the insurance man. rhe best meal in Harney coun- l'or 25 cents at the Overland tcl. lolin Leake and his daughter, iss Ainy, weru m uiu ciiy iucs- Jcw battings 72 by 84 inches It in at Hrown's Satisfactory bre. I few fractional sections of Minon school land for sale A. IB. George. K) per cent reduction on Shoes one week, I. Schwartz, "The Isy Corner Store." Mrs. Richard Haines was up i - i 8m tier liome near Narrows ring the week. j rhe French Hotel is gaining popularity under the manage- bit of L. B. Culp. I lames Gilbert and Win. Mor-' n were here Thursday assist- Mrs. J. N. Terwilliger to1 e proof on her homestead. foit Sale-Well broken work ses, weight 1200 to 1400 lbs. i in. Howa...

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 — 23 April 1910

tf AKIi LAKtlU IIROOllS WOIITAHLLV Twelve huitdrcd Huffy little clucks one day olil enclosed inn circular apace twelve feet in diameter nnd mothered by a sin glooll stove, represents one of the neculiar features of an exper iment which is now beinpr carried on by Professor James Drydcn of the OrcKon Agricultural Col- Ioko. The experiment is for the pur pose of testing the feasibility of raising chickens in largo Hocks. It has been the belief up to this timo that chickens could IP raised only in small broods. IJ the now method proves success ful it will bo a groat boon to the poultry industry. The chicks which are being used in this experiment wore hatched in incubators. Twelve machines were used; the mach ines producing an average of one hundred chicks each. This num ber of chickens wore hatched from a total of 1350 eggs. "The reason why some towns .grow is because there are men of push and energy in them, who are not afraid to spend their time and money to boom tho town. They erect...

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 — 30 April 1910

Wimt, J ffirnt Slnrttcy onu t Govern n orou o! lt,42H.m m . land, 4,U34,(iQl actor yet vac mil - to entry under tlio public lami the United Hlatcn. VPift l!lm-SfUrnl& The Offlolal Paper of Ilnrnojr County halthlnritt circulation ami Is olio 0( Uie'btit advcrtlslng;mudlum In Kaslorn Oregon, SPhe iHjr timA VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 30, li 10 NO. 24 TRIBUTE TO OUR BOYS lisitor Favorably Impressed with our City and High School EW MODERN HOTEL FOR BURNS Factor in Stability of Towns That is Recognized Throughout Western Country "Visitor" Pays His Respects to Burns, This Great Valley and Our County High School Students. ifo The Editer: Allow me but they urn not burn holes in it. iec in your paper to say a few Today a modern hotel is among lugs with reference to Burns, tho first considerations in tho ll'o say that I was surprised to upbuilding of a town, lho pro- n litlln citv -like unto a city motors renlizo that they must ar oil as we have been want to have some c...

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 — 30 April 1910

Ktn wwg.g?.igii fit: if i if' : U ' Si Hit . ' t r ( ir a 1 .f! I- Site SilrtMS-fdU vM. aATOlUIAY. Al'MI. M. II1 sniisoutvrioN hatha : Ouo Year Bit Month Three Monllia.... ',j ,;, ' -' - z. jum.im n v u n - 1100 J.01 MlKKIII Genet and Mr. Edward McCoy, Uov. C. W. Holloman ofllciatcd. Immcdialelv following the cere mony, which was witnessed only by homo folk, n wedding supper was served and the couplo loft for Mr. McCoy's farm on Tolson Creek where they will reside. Tlio bride is youngest daughter of the family and has a host of friends in this county whero she has resided "all her life. Mr. McCoy bought tho Bowen ranch Inst year, coming hero from Washington. Wo join in wishing tho young peoplo happiness and prosperity. LOCAL OVERFLOW. . In A NOBLE WOMAN (10NB. A H00STER MBHTINO. Tho Burns Commercial Club will comnlote arrangements dur ing tho coming week for the big booster meeting to bo held in this city on Monday night, May 9. Tom Richardson will bo hero on that date and it is hop...

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 — 30 April 1910

MMtttaUMNWlMUM ies-Jsrald. LAHOEST C1UCUI.ATION OP EWBPAPKH IN THIB COUNTY. f. SATURDAY, Al'lUI. W, 1JI0. Locnl News. rou iiiiiiKcu whs m luwn Itucsdny. tolled barley nt Tho Busy Cor- Store. lood morninff! Did you lmvo mo for breakfast? ilm Oard was among our en visitors this week. you want protection see iiiK minor mo insuranco man. 810 best meal in Harney coun- lor 25 cents at tho Overland irs. d. r. DicKonson is ropori- gll at the homo of Mrs. J. T. lies. few fractional sections of Inion school land for sale A. George. he French Hotel is gaining popularity under the managc- lit of L. B. Culp. red Byers and family left Wednesday enroute to Colo- where they expect to make jr home. Ion Sale -Well broken work scs, weight 1200 to 1400 lbs. ,rm. Howard, 12 miles south i)revsev, Oregon. enry Gage, a brother to Mrs. . Swcek, came in last Mon-1 on land business and to visit i la short time with his rela- Tltc Pioneer Bank of Harney County THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capital and Surpl...

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 — 30 April 1910

lit Mi 1 f : f-v ' ! 1 f 1 ! ,'1 yss i S-i fti r ' r si i9 n, t '5 ,4 V I r i J T 5 1 . lli Tho old fashioned wny of dosinjr n wenk stomnch, or stimulfuinr tho Heart or Kidneys is all wronjr Dr. Shoop first pointed out this error. This is why his proscrip tion Dr. Shoop's Kcslornlivo is directed entirely to the c;uiso of these ailments tho weak in side or controlling nerves. It isn't so difficult, says Dr. Shoop, to strengthen a weak Stomach. Heart, or Kidneys, if onogoosnt it correctly. Each insido organ has its controlling or insido licrvo When these nerves fail, then these organs must surely falter. These vital truths are leading druggists everywhere to dispense and recommend Dr. Shoop's Re storative. Test it a few days, and seel Improvement will promptly and surely follow. Sold by Reed Bros. NOTION! FOK I'U "LIGATION. UNITKllfTATKHliAHnOrrtCK. I Hums, Oregon, April 3, tlM Nollco In hereby alvcii thai Tho tSlalqnt Ore iron has filed In thin olllco lis application iicrlal No uluni...

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 May 1910

HefdlX 3E(ip (Brcnl Jlnriicu (fnun u Couth Mi nri'ii ol lltiH.MXi m land, 4,(i:il,li51 ncri't- jut vacant to entry under the public law llin United Mute 97i 9;iiitc2-tcrnld The Offlolal Paper ol Harney County has Ilia largest clrcillntlnn ami la ono ot tho brat advertising mediums In Knslorn Ortjion. VOL. XXIII ILL RAILROAD PARTY HE eft Portland on m. HANLEY WIRES INFORMA TION TO COMMERCIAL CLUB lioiild Arrive Here Sunday Leonard Has Called Special Meetinffio,Thub,,jalQtorulaovoivMr. HnnloyjKL Monday Afternoon Booster Meeting Thai Night. IThe Burns Commercial Club is receipt of a telegram from Vm. Hanley statinjr tlmt lie buld leave Portland with the J. 'Hill railroad party yesterday norninjr and should arrive in In ma SnnHnv nr Mnnrlnv. If On account of the unccrtainity If the arrival of the party defi- Mte arrancements are held in beyance at the present time but ! club is in readiness to give lie party any information it may esire in a statistical way and 'ill do its utmost to ass...

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 May 1910

-.-?-; lumjjm.wuuii.i.n i nmntmnnm fc& SB fef, 3 "i SI 1SB T9 A - - : tj I f f it : P. ,V. 1 t f ,,i'. ! ! 1:' " I! j i . ' i ',m ' 5 "VI mv Nr f 2i V i1 K" ' .. t J it I fO ' O v?l m Jim h t She ittw-$taCtl bATUBD.Y. MAY 7, 1110 BUB80KtrTION RATK8: On Year.... Blx Month!..., Tbrt Monlhi,, 1100 .1.00 ..78 JULIAN IITHI - MtM HILL RAILROAD PARTY HURE (Continued from page ono.) ducts this fall to ndvcrtiso us in the east and it would bo well to hayo a number of farmers meet him and hear what ho desires in tht3 respect In fact this seems to be the particular object of Mr. Hill's visit to the interior at this time. He intends to advertise the great unsettled sections of Oregon and on this trip will gather data for that purpose. He said to a Port land paper the other day: "Wo are planning a very elab orate campaign," said Mr. Hill. "The people in tho east are deep ly interested in Oregon. They want to know all about it and its resources. "Of cource, Oregon people can't believe this aw...

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 May 1910

iii ii mm annmm jjf ;i nnrmji iiwiw ww 'iiniiflfii-ii'iii'nirirnti fcs-Jerald. t.ARaKST CinCUIATlON Of 1 iKWBrAPKn IN THIB COUNTY. I SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1910, Locnl News. lied barley at The Busy Cor-5tore. bt Drinkwatcr is in from farm. ivo you seen the now Belts irown's Satisfactory Store? :rr Buckland was among our icy visitors during the week. you want protection see lip Miller the insurance man. io best meal in Harney corni er 25 cents at the Overland layor U. W. Ulevenger nas rned from an extended visit litside points. few fractional sections of inon school land for sale A. George. v loiiN -To Mr. and Mrs. C. II.? ltenon Tuesday, May 3, a ne French Hotel is saining lopularity under the manage- It of L. B. Culp. vervbody attend the booster ting Monday night at the ft house and help boost. m Sale Well broken work The Pioneer Bank of Harney County THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capital and Surplus 360,000.00 United States Depositary - Absolute!)! Safe Accounts Invited Cremo-for sal...

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 May 1910

mmmmssEmmmmsmmmazm. "Z?vtmSttlC RS esdttatMMNWM'WB MU m I'Ji ' tt' ;F, f r 4' i i 3 m; ; 3 H .f '7 1 1 -L i f , f ,- .Vr8 S3 !r ap1 1-1 1 "-' ';' J &s I'i.- i , The tremendous strides that njjricuUural pursuits are tnklnjr in Oi-CROn can nowhere better be seen than in the Oregon Agricul tural College. The amount of literature for all phases of farm ing is increasing wonderfully and the heads of tho various depart ments and the Experiment Sta tion arc kept busy attending to tho wants of tho farmer. Es pecially is this truo in the Horti culture and Poultry Husbandry departments. Inquiries for cap able students to tnko hold of fruit ranches, general fanning and stock ranches aro being daily re ceived and the College is trying to placo them as rapidly as possible. Ask your grocer for Cranio, tho new bronkfnit food. 1'KTITION FOll MQUOK MOKNSK. Wo, tliu uiiilerilgiioil leunl otorsol l.nko Product, Harney Comity. Slitloof Orugon, roopertfully tietitloii tliollon County Court of Unrney...

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 — 14 May 1910

MnatidiMMWMa lje tfrcnl arinrttcy Coiitnru Covers an area o( d,428,HOU 'hi itt oi Innilj 4,0.1 l.dCl aires )ct arant miImiI to entry iinilur tliu public land k "' tho United HtnU'n. ThaOfflolal Paper of llnrnoy County hat the largest clrculnllon andisoiioof ths baat advertising mediums in Knalorn Or gen. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 14, 1010 NO. 2G I (ILL RAILROAD COMING W. Hilt, President of Road, Gives Assurance of BANK TALK TO teat Northern to Build in ft .. :i Unn fi,n 1Jrv-41i ikCo-operation of People Louis W. Hill, president of the feat Northern Railroad, visited city last Tuesday afternoon I was greeted by a largo and cn- asiastic crowd. He had been jected the evening before but wing to mishaps along the road could not reach Burns until lie. therefore the automobile in rhich he was traveling in com- dny with William Hanley and ft C T rrAr immtrrmKnn nwnf J, UV.I.UJ, .Il...llft...V.V.. ..,-. .V the Great Northern, was iyen direct to the Hanley ranch lid they re...

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 — 14 May 1910

'jnr inl'W.aimin MlllWI."in ''H"'aai"iiaiiii'.i' rfrfTT Tl Mifflan "rto- It 1 .tS(aamawWUWM6hPUWfAjttv' 0 -. - . MMIMIMMW muhni til tSllif KWIT" - "i Stic ttacgcwM. SVTURDAY. MAY II, tIO SlMlHCUllTION 11ATK8! Ouo Ycr 8ix MontM Three Montln 1100 .1.00 iii.ivn iivitn -- miim Now lot's pet busy nnd see that Mr. Hill sets that carload of prod nets in order to bring Harney county to tho front ranks as the place for tho homo seeker. "Tho Rodeo" is tho name of a very creditable magazine just issued and which was published by the students of tho Harney county high school. It is tho in tention to issue this magazine at intervals during tho coming school year. The May number is the first and they hope to im prove on it. It is reported in a Portland paper that the Road Land sale has been completed and that the new owners will be in this place at once to open an oflice, examine and classify the land and get it ready for the market This is one of the best moves toward the development of this ter...

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 — 14 May 1910

"vWi! w -j&r&mitt&ieBiE V. imiuianiimiiMjiii.i imiimmni'iM fttTYimes-fterald. IAB THIC LAR0S8T OIROUI.A.TION Of ANT NBTWAKR IN THIS COUNTY. 8.TUBDA.T, MAY II, W10. Local News. U . Rolled bnrloy at Tho Busy Cor- nerStorc. Have you seen tho now Belts kt Brown's Satisfactory Store? Olson Bros, were over from )rewsey this week on business. If you want protection seo rving Miller the insurance man. Tho best meal in Harney coun- for 25 cents at tho Overland lotel. I Fred Haines was among our larncy visitors Monday ana icsdny. (A few fractional sections of bmmon school land for sale A. B. George. corgo Marsden will accom- hny tno byrams out to tneir ear valley ranch. iThe French Hotel is gaining popularity under the manage- ent of L. B. Culp. Mart S. Davis, a sheepman of Windy Point neighborhood,' in tho city this week trans- ing business. Ton. Sale Well broken work una ivnicrrir 1200 tn 1JOO lhs. m. Howard, 12 miles south! )rewsey, Oregon. R. Dawson came up from iset yesterday...

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