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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1913)
COME HI-RE A MINUTE!
Wc want to talk to you about that
Overcoat you need.
The only way to enjoy this brisk weother it by
wearing an Overcoat.
Come in ami see us about It.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building . . Burns, Oregon
JULIAN in Rl)
SATURDAY. NOVFMBF.R 12. 1913
Mllt'.t Id!' HON RATIS
Thn re M.n.'ln
advertising baa changed
completely man's w.i. i of liv
ing. History tells u- how
primitive man lived. History
tells us how man changed hJl
his ways f liv
ing, and hi i every day desires
ami ambitions. History ;ilt
tells u )i :. an article was yes
terday lot I ed upon us the pro
duct of an unbalanced mind,
toda) looked upon as a luxury,
and tomorrow looked upon as
a in i ity, ll hut illustrates
the ever changing mind, the
ever changing human desire.
Why is ii I lure is thai con
stant revoluti m going on in
the human heart between
everytning new and every
thing old? It is that intense
desire to have those things
that will give us greater com
fort and happiness.
Now here is where advertis
ing comes in. It Is a great
educator a great civilising or
developing force. Its purpose
is to keep people Informed on
the use ami value of a com
modity and overcome any pre
judice that may exist against
1.0.4. at tin.' automobile. At
first the thought of a locomo
tive running wild in our .streets
was looked upon as a curse
and a thing people would not
tolerate. Then shortly the
prejudice began to wane and
it became looked upon as a
necessity. Advertising brought
about lin wonderful changi',
and every automobile manu
facturer in the country will
verify this assertion.
'I h c 'i DO of all advertis
ing, general and local, is to in
tent ity genera and local de
sire.;, create general .and local
markets. A manufacturer, or
general advertiser, advertises
to create a general market, so
as to sell his goods to the local
merchant it is up to the local
tin rchanl to create the local
market for his goods.
The p. ople are iii a receptive
attitude all the lime, and the
local merchant should grasp
the opportunity of educating
them through the local paper
to appreciate the value of his
Ugoods and want the goods
! for the necessities of life with
out their own wage increasing
in accordance. The necessity of
Iwtter farming methods on soil
that bad been cropped for many
years has had its effect upon the
farming in general and with a
greater interest being taken in
$200 the agricultural colleges and
l00 those great institutions getting
7 right out to the farmer, we're
going to change the order of
things. If farm products are
going to remain higher, the pro
ducer is going to get his share of
the profits and the wage earner
is going to get paid in proportion
to the other fellow. This applies
to Harney county as well as the
older settled communities. We
are just as up to date in farm
methods as any of them, even
though we are cut off from
markets. The Harney county
farmer can and will be just as
independent --or more so than
not allow those fellows to get
away with such statements as it
not only is an injustice to a sec
tion bis railroad wants to build
up for future traffic, but makes
him appear rather stupid and un-observing.
The writer made a visit to the
big plow again this week and
noted unite a change in the vicin
ity. Several hundred acres have
been plowed since the big plow
got to work and it is not alone in
the work as men and teams have
been busy all around it. Mr.
Weitlenbiller now has a section
and a half plowed and ready for
seeding. He will seed one sec
tion next Spring half to oats and
the other half to barley. The
sage brush grubbers are busy
clearing another section for the
Oregon & Western Colonisation
Co. and Mr. Kberly is having a
Quarter section cleared and also
having the land recently pur
chased from Homer Mace plowed
Munv of the other farmers are
breaking up more land and the
country is going to look like a
regular farming section next
year as compared to the past.
President Wilson is dealing
with Mexico in u human way and
trying to avoid war. Several
newspapers that have been in
clined to muke fun of his policy
are now looking at it in a differ
ent light, especially when it ap
pears that this policy is meeting
the approval of all the big foreign
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. and 7: lit) p. m. Church
Siiecial meetings Sunday and
every evening this week.
Sunday: "No Room for
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10.I10 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at (:.'M) a. rn.
All other services, besides
those mentioned almve will be
announced in church.
All invited nnd welcome to the
Sick-calls promptly answered
ut anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imiMirted at the Franciscan
Rev. Pius Niermann, O. V. M.
Don't mlaa the picture pro
grams at TonaWama.
Nolle, le Creditors.
Iii the matter ol the KM at of John II
Notice it hcrclir xircn that I lie iitiilri
iKiiril Inn lieen nppointed mliniiiiat in
tor of tli nhovr? Kntitietl Court by order
of the linn, (Irani Thompson, Indue "I
the County Court or Harney County
Oregon. All peraotiR having elaima
ngninet said eetntr nre herein notified
to preaent them duly verified u l.v law
required to theiAdminielrattir nt llnrna,
Oregon, "r '" J- W. Iligga his attorney
ut Ilia oilier ut llurua, Oregon within aii
uioutba front the dntr of the flrat publi
cation of thla order.
Plrat pul Juki inn Nov. ft, mil.
Aduiiniatrutor liatHte of John II. tinr-
Notice of Final A.cuunl
In the Coiinlv Court of the Stule
Oregon, for Harney County.
In the matter of the KMntonf (Ivnrgi-
W. Wik'niaon, Dev'd'
Notice it lieirby given Hint the under
signed tins tll- 1 Ilia final account Imrrin,
liorTlTiut the 'Judge of said t ourt hux
hard the time for liciintiu objections I"
thc'siiuie for Monday the '.".'rid day ,4'
December I Ilia, ul the bourol lo.cli It
A. M.at.tUe Uvnct, Jtuom of eaid lomi
in Hums, Oregon
Dated and riiet published Nnvnnln
Administrator of the I vet ale of Ceorgr
W. Wilcoiaon, deceased.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Hums tirsftw, November 14, MX. I
Nuiii-aM totally liven that Frank Nllra.ot
I'laiiitiiiil. Orasiiti. who. on Orluber 3. iwjs
mails II. nuaataad Ki.ll?. So U7, Ir.r NKl.NW
NW'.NK'.. suit Hl.NK.'.. M,r.lii J.'.. T.ioual.ii.
SO H. . Ha ii is SI K MilUmnta Msrlillau.liaa flU-.i
iiulles "f iiiia.iii..ii to losfce Aual it..- .
I'r.M.f. lo aatatilltl, i lalin l.i tht lauil alaivs '!'
crlbe.1. bsfure HsatsUr end Ksoslvsr, al nurm.
oraft.it, ou iliaj awli day ( lieoember, 111.
I'falinaul names as wllltesssa
It it iimwn, c A. Ilswklas, (lean llutluu
ii a Hioyih allot lilsmood. Oregon.
We riBN Reglslai
EfOTIOl FOR I'l.HMCATHJN
I'klTSliHTivss I sii urn. a. (
Munn Oregon, S.'iimlnrll. I'M' I
Noller is li.ral.v (Iran Ibat Anula MM.
Keosla, of Marrowa, Orrgan. who. mi At.rllu,
Im, luadr M.imaslsa.l r.nlf) Nu ISWI7, tin
sm,. Hulloii vl. Township a M, nanaa SO I'
ll llleuelU, Msrlillsn. tiss nlo-l notice ..l lease
Molt 10 laeae final Ibrae year I'r.mf. I aalat.itali
. laim tiitas lautl sboia "tacrll.t, laforr Ms
later and Hecelver. ai Hurus Oregon, oil tha
-Midday of Useembsr, lell.
ilaimeiii naiurs aa wiraeseaa
H.isa hlnesr, Kdltli Kraesr. cbarlra Neva
barn. Ray Oman, all of Narrows, Ores-un.
We. Psaae. HraUirr
Mlseelaneous Expanse of all County
atamM, It lank a,
r-liargee, id- 8,140 00
Inii'i'-at on warrants
ami reiliictlnn of
Appoillonmeiita t o
County High School.
Salary of teaclnrs ll,:i7n (M)
Salaty of Janitor MOM
Inoidantevl ospiinac :hmi ox)
I'avnii'iit on warrant
iniliditmliinaa 4,0117 00
Roads and Bridges.
ami main tunam. a ,(Hs) hi
I .-,.., i mi si
1 1 . ' i'.' 00
Ami It la i-stimati'il
I'. Ill tilt) l.-ii-!;.l
Inr thn lien, lit of
Uni eniiniv, utbtr
, than from (ha tin -
rent tax roll, will Im
I r..ni lone In Clerk 'e
I loin lltpior lict'iisi a
tii'in tat on tiun
alellt live slock
Koicst Keticrvn ri tit-
Krotn nr cant on
public lan.l aeli-
r'lom il. In. .n. ni tax
i- s iii I.. in, i dlaneoua
snurt-i a '.
:', ir.:, 00
1 ,401) 1)0
And that thu tas rV -
llntpieut and mi
colleolral nil f 1 jar
current tas roll
the fellow out where competition ' 1astur of The (-hurch of the
is keen and where the market is Holy family.
established by the man "higher
up." While we may not have
some of the advantages in some
! respects as the man along De One of those .popular Indian
railroad line, we have the op- .pictures ai tonawama tonight,
portunity to make good in an fj, R, Murray and wife are
agricultural way. What we down from I heir Emigrant Creek
produce is as good or better than home.
can be raised in other localities ,, ...
and if we can't market it one "' prater for sale cheap
way we can another. Agtfeul- Jj ' 'avis. Harney, Ore-
tural experts are continually
! telling us the proper way to farm I There have been special mcet
l is to sell everything that leaves j 'gs at the Baptist church all
! the farm on hoof. Well, what I tbis week.
country on earth can raise better Born Thursday, the wife of
DDei or noire tnan the Harney ph,.., i,.nipk i.ieii, .
Public Hearing oa Tax Levies.
Not ito ie hereby glvun thai on Krlduy
December 6th, IDl:i, a public linarlng
frill l- held before Ibn t 'oinit Curl ul
Harney County, Oregon, at thel'otiri
House in liurn. for the purpose of ene
iiiaaloii ol thn la" levies, on the ai-ao- -
n.eiii ol 11)13, laxaed upon the fnllowiutr
catimalca of exandlturea, for the y,-n
Katimatekl nuiount A.Ota)00
t ircull Court
Circuit Court 0,000 00
Tim County court being lully conin it
toil tu the policy ol kewping the valuoof
county warrants at par, so that all par
aous paid by county warrants will re
ceive full value for the same, have
found, that In addition to making On
uatliuatas for the proponed cxundlturna
for the year IOM.lt is neceai-ary to make
audi pruvialon lor the redaction ul war
rant indebtedness its will penult the
payment of all wurmiilM within one vear
from the .late of iiaoance, to obtain the
abovo rean:t, coneldera'ton bad to be
given, not only to the present warrant
Indebtedness lint, ,.!..,, o the imleiit-d-ncaa
to In. in. urnil up to April leg, 11)14,
making the proated amounts to U
iai-i4l l.v taxation cover the expxllili
IniuK for ui.e tear an I live months.
K. T lli:t.HKT, fouuiy t Sari
School Suits for B
At Greatly 1
RANGE of AGES 5 to 15 YEi
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
BROWNS SATISFACTORY ST
The Quality Store
A. K. Richardson asks a chance
to figure on your winter supply
of goods. Will meet prices of
any outside house. Give him
your order and get his prices be
NOTICK FOB IMJHI.iCATION
INITXIIeTATKS I AN l OKflCK,
Ilium, nrr(iiti. tliloN t .'!, till I
Nulles Is lierelir xlleli Hist Ir.ilil lleueon.
of Kelt. "rt-Koti. alio, mi January ill., lfto,
utaila lliimeateail .,lli atlon, aet.al Nu UMml.
lor -', ',. h.-. I. NW' sail N',Mi4. e,-i
linn ... iiie.islilp 30 aotllli. Kai.se 2 Karl.
Vtlllaineite Meridian, haa Iliad notice ol In
lanlton t make Snal Ibrea year proof, to
aalal.lnli . linn to the lain! soovs 1. ' rll.. 1.
before Kilwaol Kail, I . n i OBimlMtoner. at
his nine, al Kail, Oregon, on Ihe ,lh day of
llslitistl t.ainea aa wlli.eaiei'
Aotou Kgtl, P.-trr Peterson, A. 1 Ii....on,
Win. II H '.. r all ol Kail, llrexuii.
We fiaas Reytliier.
(Muanrer No. alet l lii.iin N
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
INITKU rTATKa l.ANO OVflOJ
Sums. I "ra.,11, (itii.er III,. IV) i
Kotlee Ii lierel.y alveti (list Naomi 0. H-.-i.
car. A.llnllllltrilrli ol the .-state of I Kaeiit.ui
Hiwa. le. ra-.-.l, l.y I . r. Mnullolt. Wll.-oi
Hullillae, I'arllai.il, ..r.,..n Attorney In Kat I,
haa on the mtli ,la, Henieiatwr lyl.i lllail tu
thliomc.'i.. Ii. iiloii toaata,-! under the provl
slonsofthe Art et Conareia ai.ro, e. Krl.ru
ary II. lilt, iful.lle -I- '.-w ', Hec ai T
WH.K J.', heal, ami NW',M",he, i. T M h .
K d Kssl. W M
Ativau.lall ! ii. mi . Imiuui.v a-1, rrt. I, ' he
landl ,1,-ael ll-.l. or tllll In 1". ii!..'. t (... auir
of the mineral ehsraetar of the laud, or for any
ilhi reason lo tha dlafaMal loai.llcanl should
0le their affidavits ul nrotest In thla offl, -. ,,u
or betere Ho mi. .lay of lieeemher. Ivu
u Fiaaa. Kr.ni, t
i,, till on
Sadary ol Coouly
I'.-r liiin ol county
Couimissioiiere ... BJO 00
county. We haven't found any
thing produced in Harney coun
ty a drug on the market yet un
less it be the immense wild hay
crop of the past two years and
the farmer and stock man is re
sponsible for that himself by not
having the foresight to hold more
stock to eat it or devoted the
land to more profitable crops.
The high cos! of living has
awakciit'tl an intire.si in soil
culture that Is bringing a muni
bciiclicial result, OVSII if there
isn't a very perceptible down
ward trend In ths prices of food
stuir.s. en have turned to
agriculture thai would other
wise have gons on ai la the past
"had It not affected their pocket
I link:, in Hie way of higher prices 'northwest.
A reporter in a Portland paper
the other day has Traffic Manager
Miller of the O.-W. RAN. saying-
"If alfalfa' can be grown in
Harney county it means cattle
and hogs can be grown and in
cattle and hogs lurks the money
both for the farmer and the rail
road." We don't believe Mr.
Miller said any such thing. If
he did he'saboutaa stupid a man
as has ever visited Harney coun
ty. There isn't any "if" about
it and Mr. Miller knows it as
well as any other man on earth
us he has not only seen many
acres of alfalfa growing here but
he is also well aware of the fact
that about all the trains have
hauled out of Juntura since the
track was laid there has been
Harney county cattle and he al
so knows that if ever they get
the rails into Harney Valley that
the Portland packing houses are
not going to be "hollering their
heads off" for hogs, for Mr.
Miller has also seen the real hogs
growing right here on his visits.
It is amusing to notice how those
newspaper fellows down there
mix things. The Harney county
exhibits that brought forth the
article showed we grow alfalfa
us welt as about anything else
that one would expect in the
Mr. Miller should
baby still born.
Some startling values in mil
linery at Clingan's Thanksgiving
sale all next week.
The high school boys have been
practicing faithfully for their
game of foot ball to be played on
Thanksgiving day at the ball
1 .atlies Aid sale of fancy goods
at Mrs .1. M. Dalton's on Wed
nesduv. Dec 3. Articles for sale
will be suitable for Christmas
It has been decidedly winter
weather most of the past week
with some snow. Freezing nights
has caused the farm plowing to
go slow and it may stop the work
Mrs. Sagers and Mrs. Goodlow
desire patrons of Burns Steam
Laundry to bring in their work
early next week. Going to eat
turkey and see foot ball game
H. U. .Sherman, an old gentle
man who has been working for
James Brandon, was taken into
custody the other dav for passing
checks on tin- bank without funds
to pay them. He has not had a
Salary of Cierk L',400 00
Salary of two (Input y
Halary of Hlieriir MOO 00
Salary or Deouly
Ni... ill 1,900 00
of Sheriff 000 00
salary of Aeeeeaor . ,afi0 00
Salary of Deputy
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
homes geldings and mares--for sale.
I have instructions to sell at once
and for cash and will make the
I J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
FALL IS HERE
And so is my full line of
RUFF and V-NECKED SWEATld
UN CLOTH, SERGES. GINGHAM
KINAW, SHEEP LINED and Iii
COATS, WINTER HATS and CAP
AHover Lace. Embroidery, Flange
Woolen Hose, Lined Gloves, Wsf5
derwear and the
saw 1 .rlL
I also pack one of the Rest St j
of Groceries to be had anyil
A. K. Richardi
Tr.aiur.r . Olfica.
Salary of Treasurer
and Hapotlea .'.l'ikhxi
School Soporaal dasrt's Office
Salary of Hnperin-
teeiilent 1,000 00
Traveling axpeuee of
Moerintentlent SJQ OU
BUYING HIDES AND FURS
AND PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
See Him Before You Sell
Halary. ami mileage)
r"era, mileage autiex
peneeof in,o,ueala, . 760 1X7
Halary and etpanao BOO 00
Salary and expenee 360 00
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
"A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Exclusivo for Surgical, Medical and Confinement Cases
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
'Success in Hospital work is only attained by close and skilled attention lo
- details by trained Attendants."
DRS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burni, Or.
The Owl for Busy P
Dally train each way
Oregon points and
sleeping car (Berths
1.00) First das
Save a Day Each
darn and keep 0,000 Ul
Kxpenso of 1'rlmary
and (ieneral Klac
tiun ., , it.MWOO
KetitaaUtl expense. 1,000 00
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free Camp House and Feeding Privilegea in Corral
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stork.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
From Central Oregon To Central!
Leave Bend 8:80 pm Leave Portland
Deschutes 8:48 p m Arrive Madras
Redmond 9:10 p m " Metoliu
Terrebonne 9:24 p m ': Culver
Culver 10:02 pm " Tenvba
Metolius 10:20 pm " Redmond
Madras 10:80 pm " Desihuts
Arrives Portland 8:10 am " Ben..
aX.a J: a-fL 1M . a . .
. ....H. uispetT.cn oi freight, between Central OregW
and Portland aad'Eaatern eJtiea.
ConiH't'l iotlS moin in Pnilamst .. ...! r iv.-U
. - , -t- ..-... .viuanu in aim iroiti iiii
AMoriaanta c atsop Ueachptiints. PuKel Sound. jk
Colorado, St. Paul, Omaha. Kansas City and Ch a.
rarea, nme Hcnetlules, and other information by
i i iu .iiiim m
O U rDA7IFD . ..
""' -nW,r,R, J. H. CO
raaes. van l rass. Aa r nt, foHUnd. Ora. u - 0
W. C WILKES. AmL Gm'I Fwri, ht & P. Ag.nl
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
It is thu intention of the Burns Flour
Mill'tia Co. to pay 1 1-2 centa per lb. for
good, hard milling wheat next, year.
It must be good end stand a test of 60
lbs. to the bushel, fro. from other grain
seed and smut. Hard wheat will bring
10 cents per 100 more than soft wheat.
.The Company recommends Turkey
Red for fall sowing and Blue Stem. Min
nesota Red and Australia White Chaff
for spring sowing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MILL.
axMinaa '.'60 00
Kali mated ex ieuaaol
1M) 00 per nitinlli I,b00 00
Jaullur, fuel, liglila
eli- 1,300 00
Bounty on Wild Aniasals.
One half ol total
buiimy -1,000 00
YOUR DOCTTORS PRESCRIPTIONS
MtaouM Be Pilled at The
Rexall Drug Store
WHY Becauae we Guarantee Accuracy.
We Never Substitute. Your Prescriptions
Are Only Filled by a Registered Pharma
cist. Our Prices Are Right.
GIYE US A TRIAL
Reed Bros. Props.
t. 000 00
OUR NEW GO01
Have arrived and we are now ready)
supply you with your requirement!
MANY NEW LI)
have been added and all goods will i
old at the VERY LOWEST PRI(
CALL OR SEND YOUR OKDI
The Burns Department
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