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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1913)
WE SUIT EVERYBODY
We want to talk to you about your fall auit
Every suit is guaranteed to fit
Service is what you are looking for
U should see the latest
It is our desire to please everybody
The goods you find here arc high value goods
Ever notice the difference between a Tailor made
suit and a ready made
Value you want
Everybody gets that here
Right prices and quality you are looking for
You'll find our suits give you the service you are
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
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building
- Burns, Oregon
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER B. 1913
A perplexing question for
every merchant, whohtu eotM
to the point where he sees ;nl
vertisinjr is esential to his suc
cess, is what amount should
be appropriated for the pur
pose of advertising. This is B
question that confronts every
man in business sooner or later.
He may drift along with the
tide and "grub out an exis
tance," but he never can hope
to build up a permanent and
profitable business without a
definite advertising campaign
backed up by a definite adver
The appropriation should be
large enough to provide for
failure at the start. The bt
ginner generally finds adver
tising discouraging, but it is
not a game for the quitter.
It is well for the advertiser
to move with caution. He it
entering a large held. How
ever, to mane money you
must spend money." Result
getting is the definite purpose
of every advertising appropri
ation. In making an appro
priation the results desired and
expected should be taken into
consideration, and an appro
priation made that is reasona
ble under all the circumstances.
But when the appropriation is
once made stick. The adver
tising plan may be changed,
but caution should be used in
cutting the appropriation dur
ing progress of the advertising
When a merchant is just em
barking in business his adver
tising appropriation should of
necessity be larger than the es
tablished merchant. The retail
merchant just starting in busi
ness frequently spends about
10 per cent in advertising.
The merchant prince of New
York City spent 50 percent in
advertising when he started
The per cent usually spent
by retail houses in advertising
ranges from 2 to ID per cent
dejiending on conditions. Some
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retail Iiousua jcmi inun. in.ni m
VVlO per cent in advertising. J
the entire county as possible
Mr. McConnell will be in the
vicinity of the lakes during the
A few have volunteered sub
scriptions toward the entertain
ment fund during the week but
there should be more. The
Times-Herald is not going to
i oo solicit personally from anyone
.75 land the amounts subscribed must
I be voluntary. One business man
is as much interested as another
in this matter and should con
tribute toward the entertainment
of fair visitors. This is the only
way to provide for such a fund.
I In addition to the $30 mentioned
last week as contributed by The
Times-Herald and Tonawama
Theatre, the following have been
added this week:
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.. $20.
t liurns Hardware Co. 20.
Harney County News. 10.
This fund should be completed
; by next Saturday in order that
the fair board have an idea of
: the amount and make a program
j covering what is subscribed.
Fish Killed In Blitzen.
F. H. Fawcett, game warden,
and Wm. Hanley are both au
thority for the statement that a
recent heavy water spout at the
head of Blitzen River has des
troyed many of the fish of the
stream, as large numbers have
been found floating on the water
its entire length, some coming
I the entire distance down to the
lake. They know of no other
cause than the waterspout which
occurred the fore part of this
The stream was very muddy
for several days after the severe
storm and great rocks were
washed into the stream up to
ward its source. It is rather un
usual that a storm of this charact
er would kill fish but evidence is
there and there seems no other
cause for the dead fish.
It has been suggested that
some of the salmon fry that are
to be brought here next Monday
night should be placed in the
Blitzen. That is an ideal stream
for them and a portion may ht
Exhibits Coming In For Fair
C. B. McConnell and his able
assistants are still busy with the
preparation of exhibits for the
fair and they are making a good
showing. There should be con
siderable more products in from
various sections and no doubt the
farmers are keeping the fair in
mind and will bring in more
later. That already brought in
is of the best and with additions
it will make a very representative
showing of the county.
People living at a distance are
being urged to bring in their
grain, grasses and garden pro
ducts which should be complied
with in order to cover as much of
Schools Opened Last Monday
The Harney County high school
and Public school opened last
Monday morning with very good
enrollment for the beginning,
especially when it is considered
that this is rather early for open
ing and several families have not
yet been able to come in from
Monday being a holiday there
were no classes called, but the
children were assigned their
studies and secured their books
ready for work the following day.
In the public school there were
171 enrolled and the high school
school opened with 41. Both will
have a larger attendance within
the month. There were but 7
freshmen entered the high school
but the examinations of this
week will bring several more in
that class; 20 sophomores; 4
juniors, 10 seniors.
Mr. Leedy, instructor in agri
culture, states the classes have
started of harmoniously and with
much interest shown. He further
states that the agricultural club
will not hold a meeting for a
ment will be made of the first
Principal Sutton of the public
school has given us the follow
ing; Pupils registered, 179, boys
89, girls 90. Between the ages
of 0 and 9, 68; between 9 and 12,
01; lieUeen 1L! and 14, 85; be
tween H and 20, 20.
Pioneer Woman Dies.
Mrs. Adam tlcorge passed
away at her home near (Vow
Camp last Tuesday afternoon
surrountlt d by her children and
husband, She has been in ill
health for several years and for
the last three years she had f.iil
od rapidly. She was a highly
respected pioneer lady who num
bered many among her close
friends. Mrs. (Jeorge had lived
a life of usefulness and has borne
many hardships that one strong
er phisically would have com
Deceased was born in Mis:.iss
ippi April IS, 1858 and moved
later witli her parents to Minne
sota and to California in 1875
The following year she was mar
ried to her husband who survives
her and they went to Canada
where they resided for four years
then returned to California and
the family moved to Harney
county in 1889 where she had
resided since. She was the
mother of 11 children, nine of
whom survive her and were pre
sent at her bed side when the
end came. They are: Julian,
William, Elbert, H nry, Walter,
Stacy and Lee (leorge; Mrs. Har
ry Carey and Hliza Ceorge.
The funeral services were held
in this city Ihursuay morning
from the Presbyterian church,
Rev. Dr. Babbidge conducting
the service, interment in the
Burns cemetery. Many sorrow
ing friends were present to pay
their last tribute of respect to
one who had bssfl such a good
friend in life. The bereaved
family have the deep sympathy
of a wide circle of friends. Mr,
( leorge desires to extend the
deep thanks of the family to tin-
many friends who helped them
to bear their burden with their
kind assistance and sympathy
Especially is this extended to
Mrs. Irving, Mrs. Starr Buck-
land and Mrs. lx'in Ixiwe.
Game Birds and
Dr. llibbard, who in the ab
sence of President Dr. (Jriliith
of the Rod and dun Club, has
acted in communicating with the
State Came Warden in regard to
the game birds to be shipped in
this month, has received a tele
gram stating that 12 crates of
pheasants, 111 birds, and 10 cans
of young salmon would be in
Bend next Monday evening to be
brought here and liberated.
Arrangements have been made
for their transportation and
trucks will be there to start im
mediately with them for Burns.
Marry Tilford and Mr. Jewett,
attaches of the ( lame Commission,
will accompany the shipment and
look after the details of their
proper care and liberation upon
The local Club has been particu
larly fortunate in securing such
shipments during the past two
seasons and we may expect some
rcaj sport later when these game
birds and fish are in such num
bers as to permit their being
hunted and caught. The local
sports have been very liberal in
nutting up funds to accomplish
this and now since the change in
the game laws have been effect
ed and the federal authorities
have charge; it is hoped we will
not be deprived of a chance to
get some of these that have cost
us considerable money. There is
a disposition to cut this territory
short on open season, as compar
ed to other places and the boys
are inclined to resent it-and
they're justified in their kick.
W. H. Robins is in from Crow
('has. R. Roscncrans and II. N.
Measner are up from Waverly on
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. church
Diarrhoea Quickly lured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea
and Mr. Vorks, the merchant
here, tiersuaded me to try a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Dinrrhoea Remedy.
After taking one dose of it I was
cured. It also cured others that
1 gave it to," writes M. K. (!eb
hart, Oriole, Pa. That iH not at
all unusual. An ordinary attack
of diarrhoea can almost invaria
bly be cured by one or two doses
of this remedy. For sale by all
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To Thoiua I'cH'il Murrnv, ltonil.iiii
In tin. noao of ah State ot Ongooi
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the above nttitl.'il Court Oil or laifore
Monday tltr aixth ilav of October 1919
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in the aanl turn-, for want llti'ii-ol iho
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court lor tlio rebel OeOMOtlad in her
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I'or il deer nbanlnty divnieiiiK the
ilailltifl lluill you nod lorever diaatOlTiO
the liiiinls ol matrimony heretofore anil
now oiatiiiK between you ami th plain
till mnl for a iinlf.nii in tor hnr c it mid
illaliiirw iit.iita herein.
Thia iiiitininti ia aei veil upon you liy
publilliinx the aiiuir once a week for am
couaccutive weeka in tlie Time I ln.il. I a
weekly newspaper of general I inulution
in Harney County, State of Oregon,
iM.iiii.ittt to mi order of Hon. tiraiit
Tbompeon, County Jadgoot'soid County
ol Harney, Slate of Oregon, uta.lt mnl
cntercil on the Kith day of Atlguit I'.il.i
The ilate ol the liiat iitililicatn.n ni tin
-.iiiiiiiii.il-. Im-Iiil' AuuuNt -'.1, HlKlainl the
laal publication bi'injj Oclolajr -It Ii 1911,
WU. Mill KM,
Attorney for Ihr Plaintiff
School Suits for Bo;
' At Greatly I
RANGE of AGES 5 to 15 YEAH
We are over stocked on the above
sizes and offer any suit in this
lot at a very low price
$2.50 and up for the entire Ik
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STOtj
The Quality Store
ol the Hun i r ii ii 1 Tliiiiiipann. Count
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liijiliirlii.il ucaiital tint di'li'tidant .I..I111 kr ... 1, 1 . .1 all ul Hilar, orriue
I .ilaudrr, iiijinniiiK and rnatraliiiiig Itini " i.aa.. urti.t
iltiiniK tint pi'ttilaii. v 1 I linn auit Iroiu
In any way or OOaOOOf lotorforiog "ill.
1I1.1 ii.ih of vtnifia oi 'irnut Croat or it
trlhutirii'a ami (rout in ny way dlvort'
ttiu tin- MUM or any part taOTOOf.
I Kor a diiri'n iletiTinininir the ni-
al.H..il ItL'l.tM I.I II... I...I l.t'a ti. tin,, anil
and a.,'1, an I .ear, , tteroof to th. .SSiiT V" ,' iVVidhi.TSSiJ
watitra of I rout C reck and It tubular- Ualli.-nr l.ak. I.a. nit-. 1 1101i1.nl nn.iitliin 1..
iita m betvtm-it tlu-inwdvea ami naoli and make Seal 0,1., ., at 1.1....1. t...aiai,liain laim
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every oni'lliuraol lo Ilu. walnra ol I cut n ,, , ,, at Hun.., ori-,.,it, n th. ..I
I reck ami ita tril.utnm - aa DOlWOMI day id - 1
I hiillia.. Vt.H and l't It and i-Vi-rv int.. ' launai.t nanx-a aa H it..' .a.
t. l-nr 11 .l.-i-it-n t.-,.uriuir ritfli OO
.1 th planititf to In- theowner ami SO
11 I.- I I.i 1 In. OM nl th" aalera to the e
1. nl aa l.v Hi. in Hid each unil OVOfJIOO
ol lluill illogad in laid allien. Iml tniit
S. I ..r the .1". hi' dt'trriiiiniii.- lite
relative linliia ami primitica to and in
the water of Trout Cirx-k ami n- tri
linl.nii'H ul each and every one ol tin
partien to thia auit.
tl. rnr ninlt utlini and lurllter reltel
KOTIGK K(iK PUBLICATION
1 num. stats 1 mo unit ti
liurna. Orevon, nwtiat la, it.is.i
Ni.IIip I. hrrrl.t alien Dial Kian. 1' UowaO,
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Midwinter, - ' Midwinter. 1...1I1 ..1 itnina
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I si it t -I tits I ASI.iiKKH'K.I
Hint!., . in-a-mi. .MiKH.1 I". till I
Nolle i iit'it-1- given thai ora , It a ml It on.
nf l.awen, oreaoti who, on . t-i 1, t-.r., ma.le
Ill lalt a.l l.liliv S I I... s ' ,. Sei-itnli
li, rownantplH Itauav :'", K, Anlatnetir
Ml'O.llati liaft II l.-.l II.. I:., ill I nl.tll t.in ti. niakr
Trousers, Dress Shirts, Work J
Shirts, Ties, Shoes and Hose!
Spring and Summer
Underwear For The
Men and Women
Full new line of Ginghams I
Percale, Lawns Etc.
A. K. Richardsoi
. General Merchandise j
Burns, Harney Co. Oregon 1
a I., tl.l., I '....at ....I I.. I.-..ii..u ....... Maai lltial ihl.-i ..-! .r.H. to .'.la I.I !. . lallU I.i III.'
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irowr ami uai ami neteaaary in uie iu, ,,.,,., ., ,,,,, ,. ,,,,.K,,
plemiMea. I a..l. lillan I I
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tiania lor pi.llliliua , ala ami tlialiurae - , ,,.. l.li,,,, ,,l llililianati, Onaoa,
Thia Siiuiliiona ia puhlilhcil b) mdrr
J. .I.n I'art
i.f Unlit". I reK.'li
M I amii. I;. ,:.!. I
Thinks This Great Country
Ini IdtiRt), who hus resided in
Portland for 18 yi'urs. is a visitor
to this si'ctioii with the idea of
investing in land and becoming a
farmer. Mr. Lingo says he has
worked for wages long enough
0 rrali.e (hat lie could continue
for the rent of his natural life
and not have uny more than he
has now and lias decided the best
way is to strike out for himself.
He is delighted with the Harney
country and was most agreeably
surprised to find such a big level
Bection so productive. One of
his surprises waH the big yields
on what is termed dry land. He
wus also struck with the sub
stantial business blocks of Burns
and the neat ami attractive stores.
Mr. Lingo is a gueBt of P. S.
Weittenhiller and will likely be-
lu the Circuit Court ol the Ni.itr id
i iii'noit lor Harney County.
I. aura llanry, I'linnlill', . j
. t Kunnuoua
PraVOOD. Ilaiiey, Hcleiulnut )
To I i. nil. I. Iliinev, the ubim- naineil
In iin1 uii nit-ol the St.itr ..I i it. i ,
you arr ht-rriiy rriuired to apnear nml
auiwer to the complaint tiled nninat
you in the ubovi- tiltllleil auit, mi or lie
lore the laal duy id the linii- pTOaOI'Uml
in tin- onlei ol publication id I Ida aum
iiinna in wit, on oi about the 4lh tlay
of Ootobair, I'.M.'I, mid dull- lieinK Hie
I'lpiratiou ol ait weeka lr.nn the tiral
publientiou ol thia auiuuiona, nml il you
fail to answer, for want thereol, I'linn
lill will apply to Hie t mnl tot Um it-he!
il.uiiiiid.il in the coiupliiint to-wit
I'nr a tleeriHi of thia Court ilia. I ring
the lunula of matrimony now c.iatinu
bet wean I'lmiitill ami Delritilioit, unil
that I'liiinliil have a ilecieu of divorce
nlmoluta from Hefcmlaat.
That Hiiimil! have the cute, euatody
nml ciiitiol nl Terence lliiuey. Dorr)
ll.niey mnl l.oVnli lluliey, minor child
tin of I'lainlill and Dclendallt , unil Iin
coiti and illaliuraeiiii-nta lieiein.
Till iiiiniuoiiH i publiahctl byoidei
nl Hon. lirunt Thniiipauii, Jodg oftltr
County Court of Harnev County, mnili
and entered mi the -'.'ml dm of Auuuil,
1919, nml tint dale ol the flint publien
tiou nl I Ilia aiinnnona i Annual 9ard,
J. J. l'ATTBIIION,
Attorney for I'laintiff,
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
sold at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
THROUGH NIGHT TRAIN DA
CENTRAL OREGON LM.
while owing to the busy season come the owner of some land be-
of farmers and that announce- fore he returns to Portland.
Direct connections aouth via
A. H.CURRY. Prop.
Leavea Harrimen Monday and Thuraday
and arrival Wednesday and Saturday
each week, connecting with oulhern
line lo Denio. Wtnnemucca, ale.
DR. HOWARD H. CUSTIS
OradlMlO of llnlvt-rally of I'riuiay IvumIh
JOHN WAV. ORKUON
Troata dlaooaoa of Horaea. Callle and all other Anlmala
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS AND Ftt
From Centml Oregon F9J
Lmvj Btnd o
' Culver m
Arrive Portland I '"
Connections for Willamette Valley, Puget Sound. Sfl
Montana, and all Eastern points. Details and folders si dfj
R. H. CROZIER. J. H. Corbett, J
Aaat.Gen'l Paaa. Aganl, Portland, Ore. Bend, Or
W. C. WILKES. A..t. Genl Freight & Pa... Agent. Portia.:.
To Central Oregon Points
Leave Portland 7:00 I'M
Arrives Madras 0:00 AM
" Metolius 6:15 AM
Culver 0:28 AM
" Terrebonne 7:08 AM
" Redmond 7:23 AM
Deschutes 7:43 AM
" Bend 8:00 AM
NOTICK POS PUBLICATION
UNITKIitrTAIha tM, ,,,(. CK, I
Burna Origon, DepUuibel
Nolli'i. I. lu-u'liy tu ,u, Mail,,. nutu
ol liurna. Oregon, wtin, on li. ,.. ml,, t 7, it
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land above da ad, belure Heglataraud itv
oeklaaV.Mat!WI,a' "'"""' "" '''0 ""' ,l""'
I l.lniant naliir. aa wllllaaaM;
Cltarl.a Wlloou, Theater ti nil. Laid luith 01
Huriii, Oregon, t'tierl.. Neeilhaiu, Hum lltua. r
lailli Narrow., Orvgou ......
We. raaaa. 9gtgii i
Sumpter Valley Mm
Arrival and Departure Ot m
No. 2, Prairie
The Burns Hospital
MRS. ETTA CUMMINS. Prop.
Bent 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
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'NITBU HTATIal.ANIiOrrlr, I
liurna. Oreimti, oeeterebat a, mis I
N.illl-.lalior.l.) at VI II, at Alma I. nii.ii, ,,
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No. 1, Baker 8301
Sumpter 10:06 J
Arrives Prairie 2:10 P,
XNO. 1 MUKes jttKM coi
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. . , I 'and 11:40 A. M. Also w
We do job printing-. , 18 for pointu Ktwt.
Maintain naiii.'a aa aUitua.ea
l barlei aielaoii. Jam... W. Anu.trtin.
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