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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1913)
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WE SUIT EVERYBODY
We want to talk to you about your fall suit
Every suit is guaranteed to fit
Service it what you are looking for
U should see the latest
It is our desire to please everybody
The goods you find here are high value goods
Ever notice the difference between a Tailor made
suit and a ready made
Value you want
Evervbodv aets that here
Right prices and quality you are looking for
You'll find our suits give you
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
WE SUIT EVERYBODY
Johisch, 7th grade: Mrs. Frankle
Clark, (5th grade; Minn Iiena Har
key, fth grade; Miss F. Lldda
Swenringen, 4th grade; Miaa
N'va Hoddftr, :?rd grade; Miaa
Kodak time ia here.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Unit.,, htitk lAHixirricK,
Hurua. Oregon, Mlgu.l JO, mil I
Nnllt-i. la hnri'hv itl V"ii that Julian A.llrura..
Anna l.raham. 2nd grade, and SSL&Tfo'" V ffvti&'
Mrs. Kimball, lit grade. VS1frWffifflfto-
UiiiiiM,- M crlil IM11. lull, flirt! Ilutll't lit lllh'lil I..II
lo maka nasi nva yssr prool, In rstsMl.l,
cln I in In 111 Ullil iiIm.m' dMeriMdi lu'lnn K. I,.
It, ,-,!. r H I '.mm IHVIMII.T, HI 111 nmi'r, HI
Uri'vuri , (iri'iinii, mi lln ifilh 'lay H.,t. I'ii:i.
rlalinaiii iiainrsss wllni-sst'S
Win Joliss, W. J . Urorge, J. H. Drew, II, John
Kimi.i.., all nl lirrwaoy, dragon
We KAaaf, Kr-glller
the service you are
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
created, or increased to a great
extent and every individual be
given a portion of the prosperity
that is sure to follow such cooperation.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 23. 1913
Starting in Business
An eminently luccessful man
gives as a basis of modern big
business success three winds:
"Organize. Deputize. Systema
tize." There is BO question
but that success could be thus
attained in any line of business
When a man has determined
to embark in retail business
he will know several things if
he is wise. He will know how
much he intends to invest in
business, what his expenses
will be. what his jnargin of
profit will be. and the amount
of business he may reasonably
expect to do, The better he
knows each of these the
stronger will be his organiza
tion, the surer and more cer
tain will be his success,
After he has acquired a
knowledge of his businei and
is open for business, the first
great problem that confronts
him is how to get business in
fact the problem of getting
and holding business is the
greatest problem in the retail
The problem of getting busi
ness looks easy to the inexper
ienced but is in fact most diffi
cult. A merchant may start
out personally to drum up busi
ness, but he soon finds this
very expensive. The enter
prising merchant will soon
learn it is far cheaper and
more feasible to deputize some
one or force to assist, under
his careful supervision, in the
task of getting business.
What medium to use is a
matter for each merchant to
settle for himself, but if we
are to judge future success
by past success there is no
question that the local news
paper is the cheapest and best
medium to use in getting and
holding business, all things
M I'll ill 11 I II
Railroad building must pre
cede reclamation. Railroads and
2.oo reclamation must go together.
i.oo i It would be criminal to reclaim
7S lands and put people on them,
without transportation so they
can reach the markets with their
products. Oregon with railroad
transportation will get her share
of reclamation funds and I am
I not unacquainted with the fact
, that great areas in this state can
'be reclaimed and produce amaz
ingly." The above is quoted from
Secretary of Interior Ijane during
his visit in Portland the fore part
I of this week. He is right and
the railroad poople are now be
ginning to see it, therefore we
may expect a closer co-operation
in this respect in the immediate
The high school teachers are
H. L. Shirk, principal: J. C.
Leedy, agriculture, Miss Jose
phine Iioeher, Miss For, y the and
Miss Cowgill assistants, The
latter takes the place formerly
tilled by Mrs. Van Winkle and iH
one of the honor studentH of the
O. A. ('. domestic science.
Phone Line Proposed.
H. H. Mace in forms The Times
Herald that he and W. E. Smith
are at work on an independent
phone line up the river to extend
some ' miles. No actual con
struction has begun, but these
two are discussing the preposi
tion with several others who are
also interested. It is the inten
tion to follow the county road up
by the "Lone Tine" and from
that point run it over to the river
at the Mace place and then on up
as far as the Smith ranch. It
would serve some ten farmers
and stock men in all.
Should this line be built, and it
is almost an assured fact it will
be. it is quite likely the line
would soon be extended to con
nect with the line from Crant
County to Izee. Such a conven
ience would meet with the ap
proval of stock men who graze
their herds on the forest reserve
as stock stray from both direc
tions and those promoting the
line would save the cast of it in
one season by having quick com
munication respecting the move
ment of their stock during the
late summer and fall when they
begin to drift to lower feeding
Meets Tragic Death.
Winnie Hayes, the son of (J.
W Hays, was killed near Li sen
yesterday afternoon, being run
over by a wagon and hay i ake
that was trailing ln-hind. He
had been assisting his uncle Ted
in haying and they were moving
camp. The bojf was driving lour
horses to a wagon loaded with
hay tools. His younger brother
and cousin, .lulia Cawlfield, were
driving some loose homes along
with him. Winnie asked his
brother to ride up and strike one
of his leaders as he had been
lagging. This caused the horse
to lunge and the team started to
run. In pulling back on the lines
to control them the boy braced
himself against the front of the
hay rack which gave way, throw
ing him forward under the run
ning horses and the wagon and
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000 "THE BANK THAT MAKES
YOUR I S S S SAFE." ACCOUNTS
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Church service at 11 a. m.
Beginning Aug. IS Burns flour
will be sold at $1.50 per sack
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
I mini tii l.m om. k i
Iliirna, nri'Kun, A-i.iial at, Mil I
Nnllrf li lirrrl.y Blvon that Hiram U train.
nl Wiverly. uragou, wbii, m Augu.t I. lam
imi,,!! Iliiincalrail Knlry, No IMWS. Inr Hh',,
hlitlun I, l.,nalill ti H, Harm M K , Wll
lam. Hi' Mi'ilillall. linn fllt-il until,' nl llil.'lil Inn
In main dual lira yi'ar proof. In aialillk
Halm in tin' lullil almti' ilrilliil, lirfnre Ili'B
latiir ami Herrlvar, al Iliirna, ir,i,n tin-
.ill ilay ill M.' iI'it, I'l l
i lalmant nnini-a aa wllneaeaa:
iirln Tboapton. Holier! H rum, Aamn
11,'i'kli'V, l,i ,.nanl 1 1 1 il i.lillll all "I Wavarly,
Wh. Kaaa, Hsglatnr.
NOTICK KOK PUBLI1ATI0N.
fNiTatiHTATKn l.tNDiirrn r, i
llUnia, llrsgOII, AIIKUat I'l. nl i. I
Nntli I' Il !,ithIi alu-ll Dial I.UllI I'. Ilntliill.
WlilOW III Arthur Miirtllll, lli'l'il.nf llnrlia, Hi.-
itmi who, on Mar .'.i, into, mail,' Ailil'i II
H...I Klltry, No. 04740, tor N',NK' aW'.Nr.',
...! n U, V Ul 1 ........ T,.u,l.l,. 'I'. U
ailll H,V.. . ., n.'IM,M IB. .WWM-l.l," - - .
Itanu. 110 K. Wlllanii'iif Mariniau, naa iiimii
ii, ,ih f Intatit, lo iiiaar dual tiro aal
finnl, Iii nalatillall lull" In !' laml al.ni' dl
r.rrllie.1, I, rli, ii' Itiialataraml Ksrf l.ei, at llllrlla,
Oregon, SB tliei I ill, ilajr ut Mr.aiiil r lull.
elalmattt iiarua aa wltnraaaa
UoorM luiusinoro. Mill llnrlli, II. M llnrlnli,
lai,'r I iml'i'i all nl Ituim, nrritnii.
Wm Kaaa, lli'trlitir
While out recently the mana
ger of The Times-Herald made
particular observations of crop
conditions and is pleased to note
that no where did he find them
anv better, or perhaps as good as hav rake passed over one side
right here at home. Kven the lb lived about two hours. Dr.
irrigated districts of much lower' llim,i. ' al8. . n,r- cf"! wf
. . ... .. called but could do nothing for
annuo.: uunui NaSHl w.ut ., hjm h(. ri,)S W).n. t.ru8hl.(1 jn
gram and alfalfa in Harney an(j puiutured the lung. He
county. His visit took him was conscious until the last,
up the coast as far as Ocean Winnie would have been 20
Park. Washington, and in com-1 years old next .lanuarv. He was
... , . e ., . i . i born in Hums and had been at-
pany with his family he visited tt,mlinK hiK,, school where he
other points in that section in-1 na(j many young friends who
eluding Nahcottaon Shoal Water; mourn with his relatives his un-
NOTICK FOR PUHL1CAT10N.
fnnaiiHTATaa I.AHH tirrtia. i
Iliirna. iiraiiin, Auguat II, lall
Niilliu la in r. I.) ilvi'i, thai Hurt I'arkar, ol
Kail. Onion, who, on May u 1'wa, mailn II '
trail Klltry No IB.V.V NnilalNo. WUi, InrHWi,
NK't, MKK1, ami NK',HW4 Martini, ao.
Tnwnahlp Ji M., Italian XI Kaal, Wlllanirtl,
Mrrlillan, liaa nia,l uotlra ol Intaniliin
lo mako Final Klvr -Vrat I'rool, in oalau.uh
ilallil In Hi" land abnvu daarrllii'il. iMlorr
Iha K. itiairr ami Haralvar, at Bnriia, orrvnn
mi the JCIh ilay ol Hanuimliar, III!
i lalmant iiamra aa wllnum:
W W" mi, in'.'., nl lt!l,-y. nr.iiiii I , l.i.i. I
Klll.nl Kail, lir.'Kiiii A I Jnlinanii, nl Hllay.
iiii-Biiii an.l Mtan.nn Y. lylarol Iliirna, ur.,.ii
v. K.aaa. H.l.tn
Hay where the oyster beds are
located. This is a very impor
tant industry in that section and
furnishes employment for many
people during a period of the
year when other work is not
plentiful. Hut the crops were
what he was most interested in
and he came home well satisfied
with his lot as cast in the fertile
Harney country which ia to come
into its own with the advent of
transportation. Local farmers
need have no hesitancy in bring
ing in their products to the coun
ty fair and send them out to the
big land shows of the East as no
where in Oregon will there be
crops that will surpass them.
Schools Open September 1.
The teachers of the high school
and public school of Burns are
Harney county people must! all coming in to be in readiness
wprk -in harmony and create a
market for the home products,
since we are not going to have
transportation facilities for the
big crops this season. We must
combine to consume and care for
as much of the home product as
possible by patronizing home in
stitutions. The enormous grain
crop of this season must be
marketed in the hogs, dairy cows,
Dorses and other livestock. Home
cured bacon, hams and lard,
home manufactured Hour, butter
made in Harney county, cheese,
etc., must be given preference.
The packing plant suggested In
these columns recently should be
fostered and made a reality and
the grist mill must buy the wheat,
while on the other hand the
farmer must buy his Hour at
home, the price has been reduced
recently and should never be
raised, but rather put lower if
anything. Thus a market for
our home products may be
for the opening which will be on
Monday, Sept. 1. Both princi
pals have been here for a week
and are getting their work out
lined. They hope to see all the
children on the first day, although
it is Labor Day and no studies
will likely be taken up but nec
essary school books and supplies
may be taken care of and get in
readiness for actual work.
Prof. Shirk of the high school
is outlining plans for some very
enjoyable athletics during the
school year and expects to have
a good foot ball team, basket
ball and track team in readiness
for the season. He has prevail
ed upon Prof. Sutton of the pub
lic school to work in conjunction
and it is the intention to use the
the gym al the public school for
the basket ball and other indoor
The teachers for the public
school are: Principal, W. M.
Sutton, Mth grade; Mrs. H. J.
timely death. His father was
notified by phone at Vale and ar
rived here at ( o'clock this morn
ing. His mother lives on Trout
Creek in the southern part of
this county and has been sent
for. The funeral will be held
here but no arrangements have
been made, awaiting the arrival
of his mother.
Good Raainn for hit F.nthmiam.
When a man has suffered for
several days with colic, diarrhoea
or other form of bowel complaint
and is then cured sound ana well
by one or two doses of Chamber
lain's Colta and Diarrhoea Reme
dy, as is often the case, it is but
natural that he should be enthu
siastic in his praise of the remedy,
ami especially is this the case of
a severe attack when life is
threatened. Try it when in need
of such a remedy. It never fails.
Sold by all dealers.
In lite Circuit Court of Um State of Ore
y mi for I lir County of lliirnrv.
i:ifr,,l Merry, I'lnimifr,
Tlioiniia Cctil Mutrnv, Ifc-friKlitot
To Thoiiua (V.-il Murrnr, Ptfprnlunt
In tin- iiamcof thr Slntcol Oit'K""
You ttrr hereby rrtutre.l to nppeur in
the utiovc entitled Court on or before
Moailay the tilth tiny of October 11)13
itmi i.mari tile voinplttint flleil nuntnat
ynu in the above entitled rnuae, nntl if
von fail lo to up.ieiir und nnawer with
,n the aiinl titn.i, for want tlaMMa the
.l .mi it: will apply to tbt above eitlitlnl
court for the relief .1, -mandril In Inr
roinpliilnt, to wit:
l!or a decree nbaoluty ilitorciiiK the
plaiutill (torn you and forever ihaa.,1 iih:
the bonda of in ,i i iiimity heretofore and
now etiatniK lietweeu you and theplmn
tiff mid for a judgment for hercoata and
Thia luiuittou ia aerved uxin v.,u by
piilihihinK tin anmr ooee a wrrk lor an
cotiarrullvr week! in the 1 linen II. t aid n
weekly uewapajar of j-etternl ciiculattou
in Harney County, State of (MwgM
ouraaanl to nit order ol lion, (iraot
Tboiupaoii, Ciiuuly Jud).'r ol (aid County
of Harney, State of (IrrKoit, made tind
entered on thr illth day of Auguat lOl.'l
The tlatr of the lirat publication ol thia
auimnona larinu Auguat '.'.t, I'.IIM uud thr
dial publication biMOK October 4th ISIS,
WU. Mill M,
Attorney for the I'liiinlill
In the Circuit Court of the Htnle ol
Oregon lot Harney County.
I.aurn Hiinev. i'lniiitilf, )
it v Summon
Frank II. limn, Pclendaiit)
To I tank I). Hum v, tile above named
In i'ii- inline of the Stale .! "in ..n,
you are hereby required to appear ami
nnawer lo the complaint tiled uanial
vou in the above entitled auit, on or be
fore the laat day of the time prescribed
hi the order of publication of thia mm
iiiuiin to-wit, on about thr 4th dm-
of Octolwr, l'Jia, aaitl date bcinu. the
expiration of i wreka from the flret
publication of thia auminona, ami if you
fail to nnawer, for want thereof, l'lain
till will apply to the Omit for the relief
drinaiidcd III the complaint lo-uit
I'm a do n of thia Court diatolvinx
the lunula of matrimony now eaiatiiuf
between Plaintiff and llefeitdaiil. and
that I'liiinlill have a decree of divorce
aliriuliiin from Defendant.
That Plaintiff have the cure, cuatodv
ami control of Terence Hauey; Hatrel
llaney ami I.oVoii Haney, minor child
reti of Plaintiff and Hefrndant, nud her
coat itmi tliaburtementa herein,
Thia iimmoiiH il ptiblinh, ,1 by otdri
ol Hon. (iinul Thompson, Indue of the
Count v Court of Harney County, inadi
and entered on the Wl-'itd day of August
llil. 'I, und the date of the flrst publica
tion ol this summons is August '.'lid
J. J. Pattikhon,
Attorney for Pluinltll
NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LAND.
Notice la hcicliy given that the Slate
Land Hoard ol I lir Hlulr of Oregon will
ii'i-rivr nrali-d bid until I0;00 o'clock
, M , DcIuIki 7, HI IH, lor (he follow
ing described land, to-wit:-Hectiotia
111 uud Sf , T. SS K. Ii.
Sections 111 and .'Ml, T. 2N 8. R. SB B
Srcliiina 111 mid .'III. T. '.'M H. R. 2 H
Sections 111 uud SS. i. UM S. li. 27 It.
Sections 10 and N, T. 20 S. K. WB li.
Sections HI and Mi T, 2 S. K. 20 H.
Section 111 ami .Til, T. '.'0 H. R. 27 K.
Secliuiis HI nntl nil, T. 2IS. K.2SK.
Sections HI anil .111, T. ft & at IS I.
Heclions 111 and SS, T. '-'! S, R. 2(l B,
Seclu ma IS, T. If H. H. 21lt. li.
iMtloflS 10 and M, T. SO S. K Sf
fttttOM in and III!, T. SO t R.20K-
ttCtlom III and .Hi r .'10 S. It. 27 K-
ISecli.ui Hi ami .111, T. fOf, 11. SS K.
SjetlotM III uml SO, I. 30 H. It. 211 K.
Hections III and 86, I. B0 H. . 2Vi li-
Section MS, T. 30 S. R. UttH K.
action no. T. no'u s. R. n K.
Sections If Ma nil, T. '! H. R. 30 K.
H,vlions HI and U0, T. nl H. K. 31 I".
Sections 111 and n'., T. .11 S. It. 324 K.
fMtioa to T. ni B. It. as li.
Sections HI and .'10, T. 31 S. R. 34 H
Srctiona HI and 110, T. ft 8. R. 30 B.
laettcMM If mid 311, T. 32S. R. 31 E.
Seel, mi HI and till, T 32 S. H. fSH B.
Section 10 T. 32 8. R. 33 li.
All bills must Ik- accompntiied by a
regularly esecuted appHrntiou to pur
chase nntl check or draft for at lenit one
liliv of the amount of the bid.
The right to rej.:l any and all bide il
Applications and bills should lie ad
dressed lo li. Q lit own, Clerk Slate
I. and Hoard, Salem, Oregon, and
maiked "Aphraiion and bid to purchase
stale lands' .
I',. II Brown,
I Irrk Stale Land Hoard
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
DR. HOWARD H. CUSTIS
Graduate of Unlveralty ol Pennayl vanla
JOHN DAY, OBUBGON
Treat dlaeaiaa of Horaca, Cattle and all other Aalaaala
WILL BE AT WHITE FRONT
BARN IN BURNS, OREGON
SEPTEMBER 4, 6 and 6
The Burns Hospital
MRS. ETTA CUMMINS, Prop.
Rest Surgical Room and Equipment
In the State Outside of Portland.
Nice Rooms. Good Care and Com
fort for Patients Reasonable Terms
Graduated Nurse In Charge
Call During the Next Two Weeks
and See the Fine Bargains We
Have on Display Get Our Prices
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STOKl
Finest alfalfa, timothy and red
top hay baled may he had at the
Goodman feed barn is south Burns
Packages sent by parcel post
to the steam laundry will be re
turned prepaid where the bill
amounts to $1 or over.
I'Mtmi HTATaa l.isn umrs.
Vale, iirirRon. Ansnal a, ill!
Nellie la :,!!. t al.ii, lliat KrD.St 1. II..I
ittii. of h.tii.i Oregon, who, on Ansnat 411,.
I 1:1. ma. I, II, ki.a.l inliv, No waul, lur
Sit', hW',. hnv, K', aae la, and NH HKU,
ru Hon HI, low,isbl. II .- Ilana 37 t . Wll
lainsll.' Mrrlillan. I,., nl. .1 ,,lr. ol lulanllun
In iiiakt' Kmal t yn y.-ar I'rool, l,t rtlat.ll.li
rlaliu in Um land aDOfl daerrllMNl, llora
M J n i iiiiniit. I h rtiiiiinl..lar. al I1.BI0,
oreaoe, ea Um imn il.r "I rmfiiattibsr, ivi:i.
1 lalmant tiarii.- a altnr....
Mrliln M IKwn, '! ni.iilllr
-riann. In leatNUiali. Jnrnl, J
1 karlsa K Hull. v. ay all ol Iwni.i. oraini
Hsi'isR Kaoiss. Ilaglalar
Sumpter Valley Railway Co.
Arrival and Departure Of Trains
No. 2, Prairie 10:15 A.M.
Sumpter 2:35 P. M.
Arrives Baker 4:00 P. M.
No. I, Baker 8:30 A.M.
Sumpter 10:05 A. M.
Arrives Prairie 2:10 P. M.
No. 1 Makes kxh1 connection
withO.-W K. & N. No. 6 leav
ing I'urtl:iinl i: 10 1'. M. and No.
17 from I'lisi arriviriK Baker 6:15
No 2 Connects with La .ramie
local, and No f arriving in Port
land 11:40 A. M. Also with No.
18 for points Kant.
I saa. pvviiuh .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'siTiuKTSTSa I.SMU Orrtci I
Iniina, Oregon. Aagast . Il. I
Notlra iskersbr gi.aii Ihsl Fred SlurgM,
nil-. urM.iri. b. en Ha V. Haw insd.
HumaaUaiT Knlrr. KoUJsWl. fur "Wl
,k ',..., i,.. 73 M Htlllr X K W
T.. A...'..a. . ....u.l. ...... i.iak
Marlulan. naa ni.n noor.o. mir, .. --- ,
nnal Ibr.i- asr I'roof.lo aslabllst, rlslm WW
land bo dsarilbad, balora Kralalar ami K
r.lvr, al Muma. nragon, on lh. Mih day ul
iNalsialil nana. a. w llir.aaa
William W Mturra. Kloil Kawlngar. Wallr.
ktsaluatr. Wooily H.al, all ol Rllajr, llwgon.
" V.M Kasas. Krgl.lr,
NOTICK KOR IMJHI.ICATION
IMIth HTATIta I.AKU orrii'Kl
Duma, orrguii, Augual la. KI.U
Nolli Is li.r.l.) glial, llial rank I'. ,as.
ul Hurua Dragon ho on haplarn bar Zl. IWS
ina.lr lli.rnr.l.ail Klltrf. No ISVa., lor N,NW',.
Kr 1 .1 ami Lot. I on I t. an lion ,t. ,uwa,.,
J.B.. U.nir 11 K.. Wlllan.rllr Mrrldlau. has '
nll nollir ol lalallllvn 111 maar Baal tlltrr
raatorool, loaalaUli.bi.au,, In i lir laud abutra
drarrlbrd, bafura llrglatrr and Itaral.rr al
nfua, nrrgun, on lbs Hrd dsy M ilsiub,r,
rlslBSIil names wwilliiaw
W . ll.i.I ul Narrow.. Drrgon. Mrs. . i
Mldwlal.r, A 1 Mldwlulsr, u'l " Hn.ns.
ii....... n.'. Il.iulllun.of lawrri. nrraun
' Wa.K.aaa. Itrgla ai
NOTICK KOK PUBLICATION
Burns, nrrgou. August la, IVIS.t
NoUs. la baral.y gl vrn il.ai lira M Hamilton,
ol Uau.ungnii, bo, on nl. I. M8S. msda
lloaisalaad Knlry No OMOT, for a". '.. Hr Ion
I; luuabll .' . Hangr -)i K. IStllainalle
MarldUu liaa glad uollca ul lutonlloi, tu uiakr
Hnai ih.w yasr eroof tosslabllah ilalui to Iba
land Sbota dserrlbad. bfor Krglal.r anil
karsltsr. al Bursa, liragon, uu lbs 23rd day ul
i.im.nE uanau srlln,
J.ihularr A.barl iia.rg. bolb ..n laa.n,
nragun. Ira Borliauan, of Hurbsuau. orrgou,
Krask r. i.uean ol Boms, Oregon
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
I iran ktatk. I. .so nmca
llama, iinrmi, July l. ISII.
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Burns, Oregon, ebo, uu n. i..ir Ti. . to mad.
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final tlirr. year I'riKil, to aaiabllali i laliu to lbs
land ab.ua drscrlUit, bafura Haglalvr and
Itaraltar, at Berag, Dragon, on lb. ib day
of Kaplsailiar, ISII.
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iia.iga nun.uiurs. Bums. O.agon. Ia M
1'irb.alsr and Oilsud. Lnpsr, Imili of Usui,
iiiaguu. Mr! Ilarlb. of Hurna. Dragon
Wa. r.aaa. Ksgtslsr
OUR NEW GOODS
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements.....
MANY NEW LINES
have been added and all goods will be
old at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
Trousers, Dress Shirts, Work I
Shirts, Ties, Shoes and Hose!
Spring and Summer I
Underwear For The
Men and Women
Full new line of Ginghams
Percals, Lawns Etc.
A. K. Richardsoif
Burns, Harney Co. Oregon j
THROUGH NIGHT TRAIN Dill
CENTRAL OREGON LHK
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS AND FII
THE HOTEL DIAMOND
The only up lo dale Hotel la Harney County
Hot and cold water, bathy, toilets, wide screened in
porches; nice shany lawn, fishing and hunting near.
Accommodations for 60 guests everything for com
fort and enjoyment, only white help, home cooking.
Peel Room and First-Class Bar In Connection
Special Rates Given to Fishing and Hunting Parties
SIDNEY COMEGYS, Proprietor
To Central Oregon Points From Central Oregi
Leave Portland 1:00 I'M Leave Bsnd
Arrives Madras 6:00 AM ' Deschutes
" Metolius 0:15 AM " Redmond
" Culver 6JBA1I " Terrebonne
" Terrebonne 7:0 AM " Culver
" Redmond 7:23 AM " Metolius
" Deschutes 7:43 AM " Madras
" Bend 8:00 AM Arrive Portland
Connections for Willamette
Montana, and all Eastern points.
R. H. CROZIER,
Assl.Gan'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Ore.
Valley, Pujret Sound, SM
1 tails ami folders at 4
J. H. Corbett. A
W. C WILKES. Asst. Gen'l Freight & Pass. Agent, Portks;
NOTM'K KOK I'UIU.KJ
THE OLD STAR SALOON
BRENTON &. HICKS, Props.
rti.n and N kw Patrons Will Find the Best Brands Hers
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i'laliuaul iihiiu'm aa wiliK-ut-,
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Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Service, Oourteous Treatment
DROP IN Main 8treet Burns. Oreeon
1. On Sundays and Holy days
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 lie
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to the
Uivuie si-i vur.-v
Sick-calla promptly answered'HARRIMAN-ANDRE
al anviimu. Kelivriuus informa- A. H. CURRY, p,
tbn and instructions Willingly Leaves H.,,,man Monday aae
imparted at the Franciscan ,,d awlns Wednesday sa.
Rev. Pius Nierinann. O. F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
Direct connections south''
line lo Oenio. Winn.mu. I
All the nCWS in The Times-Herald for $2.00' Always ready for job printing R. Bron" Burns'
Relinquishment 160 w
Aiiten and Wellington