WE SUIT EVERYBODY We want to talk to you about your fall suit Every writ is guaranteed to fit Service is what you are looking for U should see the latest It is our desire to please everybody The (roods vou find here are high value goods Ever notice the difference suit and a ready made Value you want KuKrvhndv oreti that here Right prises and quality you are looking for You'll find our suits give you the service looking for Be sure and see our new samples Our purpose is to serve you well whether you buy Don't select the first thing you see, look at all of em You know that getting more than you expect is one of the most satisfactory things that could happen to you WE SUIT EVERYBODY Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Merchant Tailors and Leading; Clothiers I. O. O. F. Building - f hf (Muws-lUtatd JULIAN BYRD SATURDAY. AUCUST 16. 1913 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oae Yeer Sia Month TkH Moult.. 12.00 I 00 JC " Advertising and Local Paper The relation of the local pa per and the advertiser should be congenial, as one is more or less dependent upon the other. When the advertiser places advertising in the local paper he expects results. The newspaper when it accepts ad vertising promises in eirect that the paper 'has a local cir culation commensurate vith the rate charged. Advertising should be given in good faith as it is accepted in good faith. It is purely a business transaction. The newspaper sells its space or services, to the advertiser, just as any one sells any other com modity. There are three things for the advertiser, to bear in mind. First, he should map out a systematic advertising cam paign and be persistent in car rying it out Second, he should prepare his advertisements so they are attractive, interesting and convincing. Third, he must back up his advertising campaign with good service, or he cannot expect to hold his trade and get the best re sults out of his advertising. The advertiser must realize that all responsibility for the preparation of the advertise ments are with himself. If the advertisements have no merit no results should be cx pecten. It is rediculous to blame the newspaper when neither the advertisements nor conditions warrant results. There is no one more inter ested in seeing advertisements profitable than the newspaper, as the advertising in the paper s what makes the publication of the paper possible, thus aid ing in the dissemination of lo cal news, the creation of local interest, and the building of the local community all of which is necessary to the suc cess of local business. On the other hand tin iv should be no one stronger in his friendship for the local pa per than the local advertiser. The local newspaper is the best friend the local advertiser has. Hence the local paper should not be treated as an enemy, but rather as a friend and semi-partner in the task of business getting. J) There is an undertone of senti ment that crops out occasionally against a private concern figur ing on or putting in the irrigation and drainage systems for the necessary development of the Harney Valley. There is a sort of vague idea in some quarters that State or Federal aid should be sought. Under any method we cannot get away from the proposition that the land directly benefited must stand the cost of made the service you are - Bums, Oregon the improvement It is very doubtful whether the U. S. Fed eral Reclamation service would ever undertake the construction of a system of irrigation to cover privately owned lands, as are all the lands included in the Silvies River project. In any event the enterprise would be long delay ed as the service is short of funds between a Tailor 75 1 even tor the completion 01 pro jects already commenced. The state, considering itself morally bound under a Carey Act agree ment has undertaken to fulfill its obligation by advancing the funds for the completion of the Colum bia Southern Project, and that is all it will be able to do for the next two or three years. The state certainly will never be able to make a direct appropriation for the development of privately owned lands. An act as passed by the last legislature providing for the co-operation of the state and federal service in making preliminary investigations of the water resources for irrigation and power purposes. That simply means a survey, estimates and secunne data, and the money so exended becomes a lien upon the proposed project which must be paid back before construction is undertaken. This preliminary work pertaining to the Harney projects has all been done by private parties, the greater part of which has become matter of public record and available for u (. Should they fail in final promotion. Were local conditions more favorable the Irrigation District plan provided by our state law could be worked out This would require an expensive election and techincal and rotune court pro ceedings bound around with red tape and involves long delays. This seems almost impossible on account of conflicting interests. After these matters have been settled the district must then do just what the private corporation proposes to do, that is thrash out the water right questions and proceed to secure reservoir sites, undoubtedly by condemnation. The district must dispose of its bonds for construction money, and if such secureties could be marketed at all it would be at a discount which, at present would more than equal the prospective profits of a private concern. State Leader Of Ag riculture Appointed Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore., Aug. 11. -The appointment of H. T. French as state agricultural leader, to have direct charge of farm demonstra tion and supervise the work of the county agriculturists, has been announcedby R. D. Hetzel, director of the Extension division. In referring to the new leader Professor Hetzel said: "The college is giving the farmers of Oregon as their chief advison a man who, for twelve years, was closely identified with the agri cultural development of Oregon and thoroughly understands agri cultural conditions in every part of the state. His appointment is an important step in the de velopment of the extension ser vice." The Lunaburg Dal ton & Co. Department Store have cut high prices and long credit. t f WE MAY HAVE A FAIR THIS FALL A Meeting of Business Men Called for Monday Night to Discuss the Matter While in Portland the manager of this paper found the ommer- cinl Club very Mixfottfl to have an exhibit of the products of this county to send to the Kastern land shows and as those in charge were so insistent ho promised to see that a creditable exhibit of agriculture would be gath red and sent down. He met with President Donegal and Secretary liOggan of the Commercial Club last evening and the matter was discussed. Sam Mothershead and Win. Farre, tho latter one of the old time directors of the Har ney County Fair association, were also present and it was found that there is a decided interest among the business men of this place to have a fair Oub fall, es pecially since it is desirous of securing a display to send out to the land shows and after the matter had been considered for a time Mr. Donegan suggested a meeting of the business men, Commercial Club and stock hold ers of the Fair Association for Monday night at 8 o'clock to get an expression and see if it were possible to have a purely agricultural fair in connection with the school fair which is to be held in this city beginning Sept 30. There is $650 available for fair purposes, but this is not sufficient to cover the premium list of for mer years, therefore it was con sidered an agricultural fair, leav ing out the livestock, might be financed, provided the business interests of Rums would show a disposition to help. Should it be decided to hold a fair it will be necessary for the stock holders of the Fair Association to elect a board of directors who will quali fy and serve (those elected at the annual meeting last .January re fusing to serve. ) It is absolutely necessary that all that will help this enterprise be present Monday evening and show a disixtsition to help or there will not be any fair that's a "cinch," as a' few men are tired of carrying the burdens of the exhibition without the mp port of those receiving direct benefit. It is up to the business men whether we have a fair or not. Business Conditions Good In Harney County. That business conditions in this section are satisfactory is reflected by the Government re port of the First National Hank to the Comptroller of the Cur rency in resDonse to his official call for statements at close of business Aug. Oth. In view of the fact that July and August are naturally quiet months in a business way in this section, the report of this solid institution is an excellent one, showing its affairs to be in splendid Bhape. The bank reports a capital and surplus of $100,000.00, a cash reserve of $110,980.78. while its resources total $639,615.76. The First National is recogniz ed as one of the strongest and most conservatively managed country banks in the Northwest Ever ready to lend its assistance in a legitimate way towards up building the business interests of this section, it has attracted a large clientele who appreciate the efficient service rendered, and the courteous treatment uni versally accorded all its patrons. Three Goveruors to Meet And Talk Good Roads It is the purpose of a meeting to be held in Eureka, Cal., Aug. 2(1, to organize a good roads as sociation which shall embrace three states, Governor Lister of Washington, Governor West of Oregon and Governor Johnson of California; II is announced, will be in at tendance, Governor Lister taking the chair. Eureka has been chosen as the meeting place because it is the largest city in the United States without a through railroad, ex cept in the summer months Eureka is dependent on sea traffic to keep it in touch with outside world. Governor Johnson will meet the chief executives of the two other states August 18 at Red ding, Cal., where luncheon will be provided by the Chamber of Commerce. The journey to Weaverville will be made by automobile ami on the following day the trip to Eureka will be completed. The journey of the Governors will cover lift miles of picturesqus mountain scenery. Rumored Sale of The Sumpter Valley R. R. A special dispatch from Baker, Or., to the Journal says: The presence here today of David C. Eccles, son of the late David Eccles, president and principal stockholder of the Sumpter Val ley railway, gave rise to further rumors concerning the sale of tho S. V. to the O.-W. R. AN., so often reported of late, and as often denied by the officials of both companies. Guy L. Anderson, former 0. W. official and present head of the Sumpter Valley as general manager, and other officials, as usual, deny the visit had any significance in the reported deal and local people are beginning to believe the oft-repeated tale of a sale is made of whole cloth. On the other hand, those who be lieve in the deal point out that O.-W. R. & N. agents have ac quired property at Sumpter and other places, of no use to the company otherwise. The S. V. has acquired another big bunch of timber land adjacent to its terminal at Prairie City, in Grant valley. Carrol Cecil and son Pat motored in from their Silver Creek ranch Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Clevenger and son Geary left Sunday for their an nual visit and outing over at Prairie City. Miss Laura Dawson was in the city this week, her first visit since her trip to the East in com pany with Phil Bates and party. The Misses Lulu and Agnes Miller have returned home from an extended visit with relatives and friends over at Canyon City. Mrs. Gardner of Cutmeat S. D. arrived last week and will remain some time in making final proof on her desert claim south east of town. Dr. Minnie Hand reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred West'at Iawen on Aug. 1 and a son to Mr. and Mrs Fushug at Harriman on Aug. 8. Harry Danley, Ernest Musick, Clifford Reed and Grover Jameson returned this week from a vaca tion trip to the mountains. They had a fine time, succeeded in bagging some deer and lots of fish. Dr. Griffith expects to leave tomorrow morning for Klamath where he will take in the Develop ment League meeting and extend his visit to Crater Lake and other points of interest before return ing home. He will be absent a couple of weeks. "Curly" Pot ter will drive his machine. n... mm. ii. r ..I. ui i ii. i. ii. ..i ..I ii FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP BURNS, In lb male ' Oreg.ia. l Ik do "' liul MM, Aug. jiii, !'! H ' R ll.eueell.l 1)11 lllllll . .f. .Mill overJralta. Hrmul ami ulleaeureu I' K linn.' tueeiitre ilrcitlelloa I' H III, ml. 1 i.r.. II M DepOalta IS.0U000, to MM l'otl Having I .goo oo lilher benilllu keeur I1 a Kapoalle ;l.iee. tire roelelsa. nig. II, '"""J Premium on II H. Hen, la Hand. Heurlllr. "' Hanking bullae, furniture ami nature Other Heal Keiato. owued liu. from Natloual Haiti (aot re are agertta) title front malt- ami Private lla.ua and Bankr. Yruat ('uniiaulra. t.il Having Sauk boa Hum approved rerv ageul ('back anil other rau Ileal Noim nl utlier National Bank ,IIM .'fi.UOUUO ..', 00 l.ouuuu I.OMOO w. .-.' ItMN to III. 4 10 on eo.u:i7 74 ',1,16 H 1,070 00 rraetloual faner currency, nickel, and cant. t Lawful kluNv Hav in IIk via: llpacle tai.waUf. I f al Tender nut mo ou S'i.tno Kdnipiloi. fui.it will. H I Treaaur r (5 ,.'i rein of i tit .. 11 Inn i LJM ou Total lAan.iii:, 7.', LiakiLime t epltel al.ira OeW III IJu.OUU UO Hlirplu ...., Undivided proltte lua aiuanaea aud lazaa paid MS) '" Nailutial Bank Note Outstanding Jft.laJUUO liuntoiither Nail. Dial Banka .,...... If. I in,, to approved Heaerve Agaut 1M 40 Individual depuell aiilijarl to check iVi.tnit It lieuiaud rertlBcatea ol dauoall Time OartlBcatea ul dapoall. raahlar'ai-bM'k oulataa.il i, United llata Uepoalta (alal Having Depuall J,40V ou ii.'wi Hj 1.0.11 ', I4.IKXI IM Mil .1: tum.tu, 7A 1'otal HTATKOF OKKIION.I , i.u'hTvur HaaNav.l I, J.I, (latill, fealiliu ol Hie alaive neioed bauk, do auluiiitily avvt-ar that t tie above atala mei.t la true to tbo liealot my huowledgu and ballet J, I.. UalU.T, I 'aal.l.'i I'orreet Attaat: I'. A llataa II A HMVT.t II M HoaTON lilreetor Hubaorlbed aud awuru to before ina Ibla IMS day ul Aug. ii:i hh MoTiigaiiiaau, (Heal) N. larr I'ubllo for Oregon Coallr TrMlaaanl. "I was troubled with constipa tion and indigestion and spttnt hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment," writes C. II. Hines, of Whitlow, Ark. "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also to a hospital in New Orleans, but no curewas effected. On return ing home I began taking Cham berlains Tablets, and worked right along. 1 used them for rigni utt'iiif. i utiou iiieiti tor FTrs"TyiSRnriKht'All the news in The THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000. "THE BANK THAT MAKES YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS INVITED. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 10 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m. Beginning Aug. IS Burnt flour will be sold at $1.50 per sack retail. NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LAND. Notice In licrrliy K'vrn ibnl tlie Slate i, i Beard "i th si mi- ofOngM will ,,,,,,, Mftkd M4l until 10:00 oVIiK-k A. Ifl., OttolHi 7, IH1M, I'nr Hie iiillnw lagdtwrtbad leads, to-wlt:- iMtioai m nd M, T. 88 K- U- Section I" sad 88, T, whs. k. as R- S,. liotie Id uml 88, T. !iHH. K. aOR' scctioiia m sad 88, 1. as 8. it. a7 u. Strti 10 mid Mil, T. StB. K. 26 R. Section 10 and !10, T. 29 8. K. 20 It. Section 10 unci 88, T. atlK. K.27 K. Seeming 10 uml 36, T, HUNK Sr.iio.rn HI rind 88, T. 20 H. R. 20 K. Bcctionn 10 nnd MO, T. 2I S. R. 2UW It. Section! :m,T. 2! H. R. 80 R. BtcUOM 10 nnd 88, T. Mt.1 26 K. Sol. on.. 10 nnd 86, T. MO S. K. 20 K Bwtluni 10 nnd MO. T MO S. R 27 K- Section HI nn.l Mi T, 80S, R. 88 K. s..ii. i. to mid 88, T, 80S. H 88 K. BtttioM 18 nnd 86, T. 86 H. It. 29V.K Section .'IS, T. 30 8. R. 20 E. Section 86, T M0'uH R. 3 R. BMttoM 16 (few 88, T. .'II H. R. 30 K. ScliomlO mid 30, T. :tl H. R. 31 R. Section 10 nnd 16, T. 81 S. K. 32 H MUM) 10 T. 31 H. R. 33 R. Section 10 and !0, T. 31 8. R. 34 R Section 16 mid 30, T. .12 H. R 80 B. SWtfaei 10 and 30, T. 328. R. 31 E. IMUOM 10 and 66, T. 82 8. II. 32 B. Section 10 T. 32 S. R. 33 B. All l.iiln nnit I accompanied by a regularly ceciilcd application to pur- cliae nnd check or tlrrtft for nt lnt one- fifty of the amount of tlie I...I, Ths riht to ici.vt tiny nnd all bidi ii rrtcrved. Application mid bid liould he ad drcMcd to ti. 0. Urown, Clerk Htate Land Itonrd, Salmi, t)reon, and marked "Apl.cation nnd bid to iuubrie tale bind ". I'.. Q, Hi own, t'lcik State Land Hoard. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION I mtu Hravaa Land orrica, Vale), Oregon, Annual 8, 113 Notice la bi'ti'tiy a... a Ileal Krneal I.. Ill'l' lua. ul llallln, Oregon, l.u, ..n Annual 4lh. I'JlS, inadi- llniBMIVtl etttri. No OMOO, tor '.), ',. 'i ',. ( e I". ai.dN'jNK1,. section SI. Toaniahlp ! " Kange J7 K , Wll lattialli. Meridian liaa Med until e ill Intention to mil, final II vi fear rr.Mil, to ealabllal. rlel.n to III., land above de rlln-.t, before M J. O'l onuur. I' H r inleatoner, at iH-t.ln. i.reg...., ot. tin. loth .lay M Mapten.bar, 1011. i laliuanl .ia.ii.-i aa wrltueaee Me.lt III M, Ii.ia.i. of nrotlll. "irego.i. -...anna Itefenbauah. J.irepb J. fallow, i barlia f ll.illowaf all of lirnl... i.regou. Mairelt Kanaa. Itagltler Sumpter Valley Railway Co. Arrival and Drpariurt? Of Trains Departs No. 2, Prairie 10:15A.M. Sumpter 2:35 P. M. Arrives Baker 4:00 P. M. Departs No. 1, Baker 8:30 A.M. Sumpter 10:05 A. M. Arrives Prairie 2:10 P. M. No. 1 Makes kxx1 connection with O.-W. U. & N. No. 6 leav ing Portlaml 6:40 1. M. and No. 17 trom tasl sriivinn Baker B:1A A. M. No 2 Connects with La Grande local, and No 5 arriving in Port land 11:40 A. M. Also with No. is for points Hast. " rm OUR NEW GOODS Have arrived and we are now ready to supply you with your requirements..... MANY NEW ONES have been added and all goods will be sold at the VERY LOWEST PRICES CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS The Burns Department Store THE HOTEL DIAMOND I In- only up to dale Hotel la Harnajr County Hot ad rold water, bathy, toilets, wide screened in porches; nice shany lawn. Ashing and hunting near. Accommodations for 60 guests everything for com fort and enjoyment, only white help, home cooking. Peel Room and Flrat-CUuw Bar In Connection Special Rates Given to Fishing and Hunting Parties SIDNEY COME6YS, Proprietor THE OLD STAR SALOON BRENTON & HICKS, Props. Old and Nkw Patronh Will Find the Best Brands Here Wines, Liquors, and Cigars Good Service, Courteous Treatment DROP IN Main 8treet Burns, Oregon SUMMER UNDERWEAR! Call During the Next Two Weeks and See the Fine- Bargains We Have on BROWNS TONAWAMA TONIGHT Picture program Three Reels Coraedy-Educational-Draraatic A mighty fanny Funny tonight ADMIUMION 18) AND IB CENTS After the Show A Social Dance Sunday Pictures Four-Reels EVERY ONE OF EM GOOD Tonawama ha installed two electric fans for the comfort of it patrons Keep cool USUAL SUNDAY N 1G HT P R I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I itu TaT Lean urei. a llurua. iireeuu. Jalr m ll ' Notice la berr.., given Ibar Jaaper I w.er. l Hume. nregn. abo, on OJ,,lr W, laio loade i, abo, ii CKI.,ler tl. lalou.ade t rv.. No uil.ii. lor NlS.llw, aud NKNK'a He.-ll.il. II. Town ll. Kalige 30 beat, nulauielt llumeewaJl Kmrj. UWU Im 1-1 and abii. Kob I u-.i Meridian, baa tiled noil, a ot luteuiluu i Auallbree rear Proof, loeetablleb v.alm to lead aoova aeaenoeo, ieio riiw.. .. Keralvar. at Harm, nragon, lb 4ib daj ulKealeaiUr. mil. CleJmaal name a wlmeeaet Oaori llunemui. Burn, Oregon. I e U .arieiiier and Orlaud l.t.per, Urfb ot l-awe... Dragon. Nit I Barlb, ot Burn. Oraguu Kaaaa. Raglaiar Times - Herald for $2.00' SPECIAL SALE OF WHITE GOODS and Display-Get Our Prices I SATISFACTORV STOM NEW SPRING SUITS Trousers, Dress Shirts, Worl. Shirts, Ties, Shoes and Hose Spring and Summer Underwear For The Men and Women Full new line of Ginghams Percals, Lawns Etc. A. K. Richardsoi General Merchandise Burns, Harney Co. Oregon Wheat NIGHT TRAIN Through Between ate tba CENTRAL OREGOl and PORTLAND Beffinnlng Sunday, June 22nd, 191 .ewSl'-laiS In Mgga4Aaftea aa ill 5223ielww' TOURIST SLEEPING CARS AND CLASS COACHES The train leaving Kend Redmond 9:10 P. M.. Terrebonne 9:24 P. M., Culver 10 Metoliusl0.20P. M., Mudras 12:410 A. M.-. Sherar 1:80 A. M.. Leave Portland 7:00 P. M.. 3:26 A. M., Mecca :18 A. M . Madras 6:00 A. M.. Metoliisl M.. Culver 6:28 A. M.. Terrebonne 7:08 A M.. Redmond! M., Deschutes 7:48 A. M., Bend 8:00 A. M. Connections are made in ley and Puget Sound Points. Fares and schedules ami tion or by letter. R. H. CROZ1ER, Aeet.Gen'l Pa. Agent, Portland, Ore. W. C WILKES. Ag.t. Gen'l Catholic Church. On Siituluvx uml Ilnlv -e.- wwiaw-J " "" w-. of obligation Holy Mass with sermon at 10 a. m. 2. On week days Holy Mass at 7 a. m. All other services, besides those mentioned above will be announced in church. AH invited and welcome to the divine services. Sick-calls promptly answered at anytime. Religious informa tion and instructions willingly imparted at the Franciscan Residence. Rev. Pius Niermann, O. F. M. Pastor of The Church of the Holy Family. Always ready for job printing Potal SERVICE Dr CENTRAL OREGON LI! HM) A. M., Deschutes. 8:1 10:30 P. M., Mecca 11:08 P. M., Arrive Portland 8:10 A. I Arrive Sherar 3:03 A. M., I Portland to and from Willitn details will be furnished onl J. H. Corbett, Bend, Ore. Freight & Pass. Agent, Portl NOTICE KOK MHLIC , I HITKUSTA1 - i llurua, lire.;, u rliivu ' ...:" W'" u ' "' ' " aetii. n, ll "Y'I V. III,.,, .. I,., I i . i, hi ii- ii. iii, ii, , i J,,,,,. Nil, I'M, 1,11 SKIe.bW .1 ,.,,.. ... r ... intuitu tu. alriiil tiutll . ,,t 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 i , t,, mag,. IM '. ,. ". "I'''"!"! '-laiiii to ike I ...., ... , i, i , Ki'ulali.r and llurua, Oiegiiii i,,. , u, .i.vjl Nfl t laliiiatil naiueaaa wlluuaaea u. lh.,ii, -,,m N weMi.W.I . ".a,, i , , ,,,., , ,j , Wm,, Vim h ah Dit ect connection null HARR1MAN-ANDREV A. H.CURRY, Pro. leaver Harriman Monday aa 1 and arrive Wednesday ui oach week, connecting will ' lino to Demo. Wmiierau,.a.r FOR SALK Relintiuishment HW 88 Arilen and Wellinxtoo.1 . Marion, Burns.