The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 06, 1913, Image 2

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COME HERE A MINUTE!
We want to talk to you about that
Overcoat you need.
The only way to enjoy thit brisk weother ia by
wearing an Overcoat.
Come In ann see us about It.
Williams-Zoglmann
Clothing Company
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
Governor Wants to
Help the Unemployed
December 1. 1913
To the Editer:
We wish to nHk your kind co
operntion in a movement to con
nect our unemployed with a job.
There Mi undoubtedly many re
sidents of your county who could
use the services of I ROM hand
this winter and there urc many
idle men in Portland and other
cities in this slate who would be
glad to have a place.
If you will In- kind MMUgh to
run this letter and attached in
formation blank in a few iw-.ues
of your paper our plan will be
called to the attention of thoHe
needing a hand. Any requests
for labor made to our office will
at once 1m- taken up with those
who are hunting for employment.
AssurinR you that your co-op
eration will be greatly appreciat
ed, I am,
Yours very truly,
OSWALD WEST.
Governor.
Those wishing to employ men
should send; Name, address,
nearest railroad station, number
of men or women needed, Char
acter of work offered, wages to
be paid with or without board
and lodginR. how long services,
if they prove satisfactory, will
likelv be needed. This informa
tion should be mailed to the Gov
ernor's Office, Salem, Oregon,
that it may be brought to the at
tention of those Making employ
ment. Pioneer Dead.
glte (&ime0-$rraCd
I questions. For instance, how
can we expect capital to build
that reservoir without a railroad?
JULIAN BYRD
Managrr
SATURDAY. DECF.MBFR 6. 1913
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Oea Y.r
SU Mwih.
TW.. Mo.lt.
7S ,t
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This is the time of year for the
interior newspapers to build rail
roads and some of them are doing
pretty well at it The Times
m. Herald is jjoing to wait a little
l.oo and try to build a good one when
starts.
Cheapest Advertising.
"A newspawr advertise
ment strikes the eye the mo
ment the sheet is opened,"
says W. L. Douglas, the big
shoe man, who spends abool
$200,000 annually in newspap
er advertising. He says fur
ther that that very fact is the
reason he chooses the news
paper rather than any other
advertising medium. This is
one very good reason why
newspaper advertising ii the
cheapest regardless of price.
Let us look at different kinds
of advertising, such as person
al solicitation and personal
letter writing, and see how
they compare with newspaper
advertising. We do not refer
to circular letters, bills etc.,
because from the standpoint of
the local merchant these only
act as an auxiliary or reinforce
ment to newsnapcr advertis
ing, and successful advertisers
only regard them as such.
But personal solicitation by the
local merchant arid writing
prospective customers person
al letters do compete with
newspaper advertising.
Personal solicitation and
personal letter writing are very
expensive to the local mer
chant, in fact so expensive as
to be practically prohibitive.
Take personal letter writing
as an illustration, and we take
this as an illustration because
it is far cheaper than personal
solicitation. The right kind of
a $5.00 ad put in a paper with
2,000 circulation would be read
by 10,000 people. Same sub
stance but into a letter, each
letter typewritten, mailed un
der a two cent stamped enve
lope, addressed and sealed as
personal letters must be, and
sent to 10,000 people would
co8t$200 for stamps, and $100
extra for printing envelopes
and letterheads, itsnogrspher
to write letters and address
envelopes, etc., making a total
of over $300. And the cost to
personally solicit the 10.000
people would be something
enormous.
Newspapers are run for the
advertiser' All other items of
information are put in to make
the paper and sell the paper.
This fact alone makes news
paper advertising the ehsapesl
advertising. J
The boss will have to
attend meetings of the North
Toll Club" to get some late
"dope" on this line.
"Our Bill" tells New Yorkers
we have 4,000,000 acres of home
stead land in Harney county
alone for those fellows back there
who sit in offices and tell us how
to reduce the high cost of living
and how to farm. Bill is a little
extravagant with his figures but
its good "dope" and if they want
to get the particulars they can
come out and see for themselves.
Agricultural Club Meets
Next Tuesday Night.
The next meeting of the. local
agricultural Club will meet at
the public school assembly room
on next Tuesday evening, Dec.
9. Some new features will be
introduced on that evening with
a view of creating a greater In
terest in the meetings and add
to their usefulness. The new
departure will be the introduc
tion of domestic science and the
presence of the ladies to take
part in the programs throughout
the season. An especial invita
tion is extended to the ladies of
Burns and vicinity to be present
next Tuesday evening when Miss
Cowgill of the Domestic Science
department of the high school
will explain a plan of that work
in connection with the club.
A very entertaining program
has been arranged for that even
ing: Song Delbert Hayes
"Cereals" Florabclle Good
man of the domestic science class.
"Legumes" Helen Sayer of
the domestic science class.
Address Miss Cowgill. teacher
of domestic science.
"Starting Farming Opera
tions" Dr. L E. Hibbard.
"Outlook for Meat Production"
Donald Hotchkiss.
Music.
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION.
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Hum, ONI Nuiiilier ll, lIH 1
Nollin II hrb elvnn thai Ma Whllliil. loi
invrlr Ida Turner .if llurin, ilii-gi.t.. win., ii
Mari'lil. I90T. menlK Ho li.l Klilry No rn,
Hiirlal No Mill, loi HK'. Hwfl.iti UTi. Tiiwalilli JO
a. llinn HO K , Wlliamt'Mi' MiTMIan, Iim fllml
anting of iiiteiiilmi lo mail rii.al na yar
liriiiil. I cnl 1,011,11 claim lo ilia lenn """- -,,
,ii,,,i,alnraRi-lnlraiMI'i'lvir, at Burn,
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llati-i. Krank o Jei'amn, nil of llim.a. Dragon I
Wat CARRIE. Ili'ii'mar
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DITTO STATU i.ANiiorrictc
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i,,,-i.Ii Hirp-t. HlanlPtr llall.nir, Kilwaril
Ml.i-.-l. Inliii fanai-h all of Klfo, OlefOa.
J, a. t IHRoaaa, K..gUl.r
Ni.ii. - to Creditor.
In tlic iiuitln ol tin- Katnti- nl John II
(inrrrlt, ilrcitecil.
Notice ia hereby kiwi tlml lie uiulrr
niunril Iiiir Iktu iiiiiiiiiiitc.l mltiiiiiiilra
tor uf llirnliiivr Kntitinl Cinnt liy order
of the Hon, t'.nint TIiiiiiiiroii, Ja4gB0t
ili.- Comity I'mifl or Harney County
Ovagoa, All KTMoiiH ImviiiK cUim
llllillRt mini rallll. me lltlrl.V lll.tlliril
In pirwnt thrill ilulv wiiHril na hy law
n -.iiini .1 lo tin AillliiniatKllor "I Hill nn,
Orriron, or to J. W. nice Ina nttornry
at hi ofl'u-- nt HiiriiR, OltgUuHttttda i
month from the .Inti-of t ll-flrat iul.li
rntion of Ihi orilcr.
first iiililiintioll Nov. Ti, 11113.
PAUL I'l.NKIC,
AHiiiinnlrntoi lialnlr of John II. r-
iTtt, DtWaaaMd.
Kalph t'atterson was up from
Lawen Wednesday and informed
The Times-Herald that his father.
D. N. Catterson. had died that
morning and the funeral was to
be held at Harney Thursday
afternoon. He was after a casket
and could give no information as
to the age of his father, but an
obituary will be published next
issue.
Deceased had long resided in
this county where he was widely
known and highly respected.
He had been ill for years with
stomach trouble and while his
death was not a surprise it was
none the lesM a shock to his
many acquaintances who liave
known him for many years.
The Times-Herald joins fritmds
in extending sympathy to the
sorrowing widow and children.
BAPTIST CHURCH
10 a. m. Sunday School.
Meetings every evening.
The Times-Herald man notices Sunday evening: "Cod s Fro-
1 A a al I
a good aeai 01 comment in ine mises.
naiiers about the currency bill Next Wednesday: "Is the
,and saying it should be passed Dance Morally Degrading?
without delay as it is handicap-
ping business, just now tms is
he doesn't know as it is a small
matter to take care of his finacial
affairs, the main thing being to
! get enough to make both ends
meet.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
The Juntura Times says the
man who put the will in Wilson
did a good job.
Harney County Products
At Chicago Land Show
While local people are concern
ed about how the water of Silvies
River is going to be distributed
just at present, the real problem
is how are we going to keep from
netting too much of it without
impounding it up in Silvies Val-
The Harney County Fair As
sociation feels well repaid for the
trouble and expense of shipping
out Harney county products for
exhibition purposes when it is
found they are given prominence
and used to exploit the Big Har
ney Country. The manager of
The Times-Herald has received
the following letter from Chicago
under date of Dec. 1:
"Mr. Julian Byrd,
Burns, Oregon
"My Dear Julian:
You were so instrumental in
sending in exhibits from Harney
county that I am taking the time
to drop you a line to tell you how
well they show up. The name of
Harney county on labels like the
enclosed, loom up everywhere in
the Oregon Exhibit
"We expect Mr. Hanley here
today and he will be a pretty
good advertisement for Harney
county.
"The Oregon Booth, everyone
says, is the best in the whole
show.
"Cordially yours,
"C. C. Chapman."
The label displays Harney
county and gives the name of
the grower, postofflce and the
further information that sample
is furnished by the Harney Coun
ty Fair.
Supt. Hamilton has arranged
to hold an examination of teach
ers at Denio at the same time it
is held in Burns This is quite
an accommodation to many
teachers in that section who
Sunday. Dec. 7. Rev. D. K.
Laurie will conduct communion
Bervice in the morning. Special
music, organ voluntary and offer
tory by Miss Brown. In the
evening a vocal number will be
rendered by The Treble Clef
Club. A cordial invitation ex
tended to all to attend both ser
vices. Catholic Church.
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10:30 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at G:30 a. m.
All other .services, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced in church.
All 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. I'ius Niermann, O. F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
- Holy Family.
Notice to Stockholders.
To whom it may cencern:
All parties who bought Gold
berg Butte Stock from M. L.
Lewis and Tom Anderson are re
quested to send their names and
number of their certificate to J.
A. Morris of Adel, Oregon, for
the purpose of entering your
names on the book, as Lewis and
Anderson fa led to furnish us
with your names and number of
certificates.
E. H. LOFFl'US.
The Times-Herald had (Jus
Bard well at the "ringside" at
the recent pugilistic combat to
give our readers ine tight by
rounds, but there wasn't enough
to start. He didn't even get to
stick his pencil in his mouth. It
was so quickly done that Gua ia
"Fighting
Dutchman"
Knocked
Out,
Notica of Final Account
I'uutitv Court of thn Stntr
..I
School Suits for Boj
At Greatly 1
REDUCED PRICE
RANGE of AGES 5 to 15 YEAJ
We are over stocked on the above
sizes and offer any suit in this I
lot at a very low price 1
$2.50 and up for the entire i
BROWNS SATISFACTORV ST
The Quality Store
ley. And that leads to other a nee otherwise.
would have to come a long dis- still wondering what made
Dutch" fall down.
Geo. C. Mclaughlin and Her
man Thies had a boxing contest
at the Tonawama theatre Thurs
day evening, but those present
didn't get much for their money
as the "Fighting Dutchman"
didn't last a minute. It took but
three licka to put him out. each
one knocking him to the fit o-.
McLaughlin ia an experience
fighter and no "green one" has
any business trying to stand up
before him. Being a stranger.
McLaughlin did not know how
hard a man he had and there
fore dispatchetl him without any
preliminaries. Perhaps had he
known he would havt given the
sports a longer exhibition.
Henry Sherburn, a young
fellow from the Denio section.
challenged Mclaughlin to a bout
and it is scheduled to come off at ,
Tonawama on the evening of
D4jc. 18. Sherburn is an athlete
and fight fans look for a harder
contest at this exhibition.
Birthday Luncheon
Served Teachers.
The young ladies of the junior
and senior classes of domestic
science in the high school served
a luncheon to the faculty of the
school Monday in honor of Miss
Cowgill's birthday. Miss Agnes
Miller acted as hostess and the
affair was very enjoyable and a
surprise to Miss towgili. mere
were no candles on the cake,
therefore the men of the faculty
were somewhat disappointed in
that one respect, otherwise they
were nicely entertained and pro
perly served. Miss Cowgill was
congratulated and wished many
happy returns of the day with
the further hope that the domes
tic science students would re
member each teacher in turn on
their respective birthdays.
Water Commissioner
Representative Here
L. D. Howland, representative
of Water Commissioner Cochran
of La Grande, arrived here Tues
day and is at the court house
with all the evidence submitted
by claimants to the waters of
Silvies River. He will remain
here until the eveningof the 11th
and those who desire are invited
to call and inspect such claims.
Mr. Howland stated yesterday
to a representative of The Times
Herald that but few had apjiear-
I up to that time but no doubt
others will take advantage of
the opportunity and look into
their rights before the period for
such purpose expires. It is a
matter of importance that each
claimant know just what he has
and what his neighbor is claim
ing as it will thus facilitate the
final determination of the State
Water Board.
From discussions in the pre
sence of the writer it is quite
likely there will be some changes
asked in some of the claims sub
mitted and no doubt before the
matter is finally settled there
will be more or less litigation.
K. J. McKinnon & Son have
established a daily stage between
Drewsey and Juntura. Connec
tions made with the trains at
Juntura and passengers given
every comfort. Fare to Burns
$6.
Tonawama tomorrow night,
in tiu'
i i.-,-..ii, tor ll.n in v t '.unity.
In thu mutter of the Katfitaml tli-nrge
V Wil.oi.un, Hcc'd'
Notice i herrhy ivrti llmt the umliir
iKiinl lui Iiini III Until m count herein.
iiii-I that tin JiiiIkc of aid t'riurt lui
lineil the time for henrinx olijrvtiona to
tlieannie for M Iny the "l.'inl -.lav ol
l.-,i-llil- I I 'JIM, ill III.- Ilolll of 10 ..'t'lot-k
A. M, nl the t'ouit Itooiii nl mil. I t'onrt
in Iim ni. Oregon
Unt.il iiml Stat iiiIiIi-.Ii.mI Novcinlier
'JL'nd, IIIIS
I.LuVI) II. GULP.
AiliiilliKtrntor of the Mutate- of OrMfga
W. Wilcoxaon, ileeeuaeil.
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
It i Ik intantion of the Burn Flour
Milling Co. to pay I 1-2 cant par lb. for
good, hard milling wheal nasi rar.
It mail be good and aland a 11 of 60
lb, lo Ike l.u.hel. lire from other grain
d and imit. Hard wheat will bring
IS cant par 100 mora than oft wheal.
Tka Company recommenda Turkey
Had for fall towing and Blue Sm. Mm
ne.ola Had and Australia Wkil Chaff
for apring towing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT Mil I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITBItHTATKHI ANDorrilK. j
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niaiiiiiii.l. oreaun. "h... n Oei,lr . IWB. !
luaitr Il..i.ii-ili-.l Knlrr. Nuu?, lor NK',,N'4.
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JUH, Itau.aXl 1 .WilLuielU. Merlalan.liaa OI.-.I
n.itli'- .if Ititarittoli Hi raaka filial ore jear
Proof, to !alilth rlaloi to the land atHia ile
errtliwl. Uaf.iie Kaalller anil Herelret . l Hiirm,
org.n...ii tlieautli day ol Daeambar. Il.
Claimant name a rlneie
ll II. Drown. 0 llawklo. Iiaan Hoilon.
II a Mmytli all ml lilaioomt, oregiin
Vfa rlir. Heller.
NOTICK KOll PUBLICATION
I'MHIiHtilll l.tll. .11,1. . I
Huru. oreaun, Novainuer 14, I9IM
Kotlee li hcr.l.jr (lien llial Mini- M.Mr
Kalirle, of Nartoaa, llii-goli. mini, "ll April Ha
I-jOu. ma.l.' Ili.meiiaa.l Kiiuj No hiI7. fur
NIC',. 8.. Hon .'I. T.imiat-lp je m , Kan au K .
lllaaiella MrilUlau. i.- lil- -I nolW-e ol Inten
tion lo make final tlirae rear I'rooi, n. .--lal.llali
laini l.. tin- laad alie deaerlbed. i-rli.i.- Keg
liter and ll. -reiver at II. una oreg.ia, i,n the
'Srdday of 1 1- .-m t-e i . 11.
1'tatmar.i nainra aa wltnaaa'
Hoe Itlrrger. K-lllli Klnger. I l.arl.a Need
liain. Kay I'uiall. all ol N.rrooa. Oftgaa,
Wm KaKaa. lteglaier
WOOD
FALL IS ME
And so is my full line of
BUFF and V-1WBCKED SWEATER
LHV CLOTH SERGES, GINGH A Ms
KUVAW, SHEEP LINED and LL
COATS WINTER HATS and C APi
A Hover Lace, Embroidery, Flam
Woolen Hose, Lineal Gloves, Wo
derwear and the
lapaurrr N ali.l I Hum, N. W.MU.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
1'NITKIt KTATK I. AS n OKfH K
Huf lift, refloii, Ort'tli. r 1. tti. IVM
Noiu-r Ii tavretf p-lven IIibI Naomi Mimbii
Cr. AiltnlDt.trsirlft ol IU i-stalr ol I Kgoulufl
Will
MOVC. lr.rs-r.1. ! V, P. XOolli'tl. WII(iX
HulMltig. I'orlUi 1, im-hii. Alton. t ;n rail,
haa on the an It la of Kiinler. ivla fllod In
tlitaofflrr i lu aiiou toaalori uiulrr tin urm I
ilohB.tfdie Ail nf i t'tinrrsa, arovtMl Frbrti
Her. lb. T
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Anysii'lstl iariitiB t ImmiiiK MVOTMiy Um
lull ilrorrltretj, or ilrslrliijs Uml.lrri !, u
of ib mineral enaraeter of tfi Uml. of PM u)
ulbar roaaon to the dlaMi-aI !o.-,.itt anl abouM
tllr tliflr afftilavita f proteat Hi this 0- -n
or t.. I.H.' tin- "ili lar of laf-ramber. 11
U m FaIM, Hfgttater
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
l have on hand a number of work
hones--gelding and mares--for sale.
I have instructions to sell at once
and for cash and will make the
price right.
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
THOS. STEPHENS
ia atill
BUYING HIDES AND FURS
AND PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
See Him Before You Sell
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
MODERN
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Eaclualva for Surgical, Medical aad Confinement Caaea
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Succaa in Hotpilal worii I only altainarl by clog and akilled attention to
detail, by trained Attendant."
DBS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Ore.
FA1
H 00T!
Bit Kllhv Work aJ:
g?'v' For MEN.1
Hfcfc and CHOI
I also pack one of the Reat M
of Groceries to be had anyvl
A. K. Richari
General Merchant
Potatoes Cafe
OregonTri
aNTIULORCt
The Owl for Busy
Dally train each way
betwoon Central
Oregon points and
Portland. Tourist
car (Berths
Flrat
sleeping
91.00)
coaches.
Save a Day Each
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free Camp House and Feeding Privileges in Corral
or Hum. CtiHtomerg Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
From Central Oregon To Cental I
I .'jive Bend 8:30 p m Lssve Portland
" Deschutes 8:48 pm Arrive Madras
" Redmond 9:10 p m " Metoliut
. " Terrebonne 9:24 pm ". Culver
" Culver 10:02 pm " Terreboi
" Metolius 10:20 pm " Kedmond
" Madras 10:80 pm " Deschuts
Arrives Portland 8:10 am " Bern!
Prompt diapatcK of freight, between Central Orego
and Portland and Eastern citic.
Connections made in Portland to and from Will
Asmriu ana t mtsop tseacn points, fuget sound, Skw
ioioraao, bt. t'sul. Umaha, Kansas City and Chioaj
l'ures, Time Schedules, and other information byl
application to
R. H. CROZ1ER, J. H. Cc
Aaal. Gen'l Paw. Agent. PortlaaW, Oi. HeniC
W. C WILKES. Asst. Gen'l Freight A Pass. Agent, I
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
Rexall Drug Store
ia now prepared to supply your
wants In every thing along the
Holiday Line.
Have a Look Before Buying
Elsewhere
Reed Bros. Props.
OUR NEW GO01
Have arrived and we are now ready I
supply you with your requirement!''
MANY NEW LI!
have been added and all goods will
sold at the VERY LOWEST PK1(
CALL OR BEND YOUR OKUl
The Burns Department
All the news in The Times-Herald
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