The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 13, 1913, Image 2

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We want to talk to
Overcoat you need.
The only way to enjoy this brisk weother is by
wearing an Overcoat.
Come In ann see us about It.
Williams-Zoglittanit
Clothing Company
Merchant Tailors and Leading; Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
She ftiutcs-
JUUAN BYRD
Manager
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13. MM
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Oh Year
SI. Meatae
Three MoalH.
$2.00
1.00
.75
. .. . u-.jo..-:
11 Advertise lO noiu iiiai"r
A year or so ago National
Biscuit company spent 160,000
in one year in advertising in
New York City, whore they
already had 98.'per cent of the
business. When asked the rea
son for expending this big um
in one place where they already
had the business they said it
was to noia meir twin
The object of advertising is
not only to get business bat
to hold business.
It is folly for merchant to
have the idea that because his
business is running smoothly
today it will continue so with
out proper effort back of the
business. The power thai
built up a business is Deeded
to keep it goi..g and more
business sagacity is needed
each year. Every year sees
new and changing conditions
and forces in business. The
merchant must be ever. watch
ful and gain every particle of
knowledge possible in regard
to his business.
Nothing is so important to
his business as advertising,
because it supplies the informa
tion the public wants. The
people are looking for every
particle of information about
goods that will add to their
comfort and happiness.
The merchant who is back
ward about telling of those
things that will give the in
dividual greater comfort will
find his business going to the
more successful merchant who
s not backward in giving the
I people the information they
crave. Advertising is con
stantly creating and satisfying
wants.
It is likewise folly for a
merchant to be peeved over
competition. A merchant
should get ahead and stay
II ahead of competition by carry
ing such a stuck of goods,
adopting such advertising
methods, etc., that will place
his store in the lead. Then
competition will not bother
him, trade will come to him
ahd old customers will stay by
im. II
Panama Exposition in San Fran
Cisco. Products of the soil is
what will bring the people we
ill sire to us and the Fair As
sociation should have the support
of every citizen in the county to
get a most creditable display.
Iike and Crook counties are
already busy with the rabbit
drives for the season and have
had successful meetings and are
organizing systemically, every
school neighborhood being the
rcadiiuarters for a club. At
Madras! the other day the new
tpapera report 12,000 rabbits
having been exterminated in one
drive. Harney county should al
so get into the game early as we
have our share, even though
rabbits are reported dying.
The illustration on the cover of
the Pacific Northwest, Phil
Bates' paper, is a picture of
Farmer Smith and the Harney
county exhibit of products sent
to President Farrell of the O-VV.
B. & N. We are getting much
publicity from the products sent
out and it will result in much
advertising of this country and
of a nature that counts. There
ahould be a greater interest in
the fair next year as it is then
we must gather such products as
we desire to exhibit at the
If your team will haul 2500
pounds in July when the roads
are at their best and only 1000
pounds when the roadsare muddy,
how much tax are you paying for
bad roads? You are paying 1500
pounds for each trip. Why is it
the freight rates advance in the
winter? If you live in Canyon
City and have freight hauled in
the summer it will cost 20 cents
a hundred but if you wait until
the roads get bad you may pay
as high as 50 cents a hundred.
This is a tax for bad roads.
Would it not be better to pay a
tax for good roads rather than
pay for bad roads. Bad roads
cost more than good roads. You
object to interest on bonds with
which to build good roads and
yet are content to pay a higher
rate of interest on bad roads.
The decreased load over bad
roads is the interest on the $25,
imm) which is spent annually to
maintain the bad road. You get
"double shot" with a bad road
because you have to pay more to
haul over it and pay more in
taxes to maintain it- Blue Mt.
Eagle.
investigating Water Rights.
L. D. Howland, representative
of Water Commissioner Cochran,
has returned to Ia Grande, hav
ing given the water users of this
section the alloted period to in
spect the claims filed for water
on SilvieH River. During the
time he was here the Water
Users Association had a com
mittee consisting of Sain Mothers
head. H. c. Lavsna, u. ft Sitz,
Dan Varien and .1. 0. Foley to go
over the claims and they arc to
make report at a meeting of the
Association today. It is given
out that some conflicting rigius
were foil ml among the wat r
users but none of a serious char
acter that would likely lead to
litigation among them.
The problem will be the claims
of the large holders of land along
the river and it is the opinion of
many fhat the smaller users will
have to stand together to secure
an equitable distribution of the
water for irrigation purposes.
At best this will bo a long drawn
out contest and the spirit of give
and take should prevail as pre
sent conditions are not satis
factory and the sooner the rights
are definitely settled the sooner
the development of the country
and tho lands served placed in a
state where they will yield the
best returns.
BAPTIST CHURCH
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Church Services.
Merning: Ordination of a
deacon.
3 p. m. Baptism at Warm
Springs.
7.30 p. m. Closing of special
meetings.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Sunday. December nth.
Organ "Praise and Glory"
Miss Brown,
Offertory "Mendesolni's
Spring song."
Solo- "Rock of Ages"
Mrs. Farre.
Evening song service led by
chorus of young people.
Solo "Hold Thou My Hand"
Waldo Oeer
The church has secured the
services of Rev. E. Benson, re
cently of Trinity Church, Port
land. Rev. Benson comes highly
recomended and will arrive in
Burns this week and will preach
at both services Dec. 14. A
cordial invitation to all to attend.
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 t!:30 a. m.
All other services, besidi s
t nose mentioned above will be
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to the
divine services.
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Iteligious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Residence.
Rev. Pius Niermann, O. F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
Holy Family.
Greatest Country Out Doors
Melvin E. Ballard and Charles
E Reeves have been looking
over this big Valley during the
past week in company with Frank
Johnson of the Oregon & West
ern Colonization Co., and as a
result it is quite likely several
townships of this fertile section
will be taken over by a colony of
people. These gentlemen repre
sent a large number of Morman
families and as they are familiar
with the Salt Lake Valley see
wonderful possibilities here.
Both are most favorably. impress
ed with the country and will
certainly make a favorable re
port. They have secured data re
specting the irrigation possibili
ties and Mr. Ballard is a very
practical soil man. He is entirely
satisfied with conditions and Mr.
Reeves, who is an attorney con
nected with the work of Mr. Bal
lard in securing locations for
families, says in his extensive
travels over the West he knows
of no other place where such a
magnificent body of undeveloped
land may be had at reasonable
prices.
Always ready for job printing
STATEMENT
Of the ownership, management
etc., required by the Act of Aug
ust 24, 1912, of The Times-Herald,
published weekly at Burns,
Oregon, for October 1, 1013.
Name of editor, managing edi
tor, business manager, publisher,
owner, Julian Byrd, Burns. Ore
gon. Known bondholders, mort
gagees, and other security hold
ers, holding 1 p r cent or more
of total amount of lionds, mort
gages, or other securities: None.
Julian Bykd,
Editor, Publisher, Owner.
Sworn to and subscribed be
fore me this 13th day of Decem
ber, 1013.
Sam Motiikusiieap,
Notary Public.
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, aslewis and
Anderson fa' led to furnish us
with your names and number of
certificates.
K. H. I.OFFIU8.
Lots of fun at the pictures to
night and tomorrow night at
Tonawama. Some fine comedies
and dramas, an Indian picture
and anothor "Days of 49," a
thrilling scene of the plains
where Indians attack an emigrant
train.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Tonawama tomorrow night.
It's a good plan to get that
wood pile under cover.
O. 0. Jet lev and his son were
In the city this week.
Well, if it snows we'll have
some rabbit drives and sleighing.
You'll miss some fun If you
fail to see those comedy pictures
at Tonawama tonight.
' Skating parties are now in
order, the ice being fine on the
mill pond above town.
Mrs. Millar is selling her mil
linery at reduced prices until it
is sold out. See her at once.
The local Sunday schools are
making preparations to celebrate
Christmas in the usual manner.
T. C. Albrittonof the Albritton
Townsite Co., has leased offices
in The Times-Herald building.
An orchestra of four pieces
will furnish tho music for the
big Christmas dance at Tonawama
Those who attended the meet
ing of the Agricultural Club last
Tuesday evening report a very
enjoyable and profitable evening.
Mrs J. L. Guult entertained a
large company of lady friends at
a tea Wednesday afternoon at
5. Cards were played Tor a
period after the tea.
A. H. Kennedy, editor of the
Prineville Review, died on Tues
dav of last week. He was mar
ried in 1908 to Mina Wilmarth,
formerly of this place, who sur
vives him.
James Iampshire, the garage
man, made a trip to Boise last
week and brought in a new Stud
ebaker five-passenger car as a
demonstrator, he having taken
the agency for that car.
R. 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.
Several (llenlock people are in
the city today, among them be
ing Chas. Need ham. Ross Ringer.
Henry Pease, EL A. Pearce and
Ray Duvall. Mr. Pearce states
his neighborhood is in prosperous
condition and all will do con
siderable farming next season.
Julius Kerns, who has been
confined at the Cummins hospital
for some time, was agreeably
surprised this week to have his
daughter, who is a trained nurse.
arrived from Glenwood, Wash.
The young lady will remain here
and nurse her father.
After all there is compensation
(some times) in being lean and
hundry looking. The domestic
science class of the high school,
having noticed the hungry and
lonesome look of the manager of
this great religious weekly, and
also knowing that the partner of
his joys and sorrows, (mostly
sorrows) had been absent from
home for over six months, in
vited him to luncheon yesterday
at noon. He is glad he went and
is open for another invitation at
any time. The young ladies
served their guests nicely and
provided well for the hungry
people who sat down to the table.
The writer would like to give an
account in detail but not being
familiar with the dishes served
will not attempt it. The guests
were: Dr. Hibbard, Judge Mil
ler, County Clerk Hughet and
his deputy, drover Jameson, J.
M. Dalton and The Times-Herald
man.
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
Il It Iks intention of the Burn. Flour
Milling Co. to pay I 1-2 cenla par lb. for
food, hard milling wheal nasi roar.
If mutt be good and .land a tail of SO
Ibt. lo tho buthol, free from othor grain
tood and tmul. Hard wboal will bring
IS contt par 100 mora than .oft wheat.
Tba Company racommaadi Turkay
Rad for fall towing and Blua Slant. Min
nctota Rod and Auitralia Wbita Chaff
for tpring towing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MUX.
If it isnt Eastman's it isn't
Kodak.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
tlMITgn MTlTl.NDIirrllt i
Rtirtit, Oregon, litoemlier fl, !1H I
To llelajr Htnltli, mi' JerTHet ol itiiaiiown .'I
lira... Ctintintaa .
You tra htrtby tintlrleil lint Wtnl Frank
(Ituo who tttvi't H. trim, n, Oregon, .till, jmiii-
nmi'K il'lrnt,illil on I einliur till, Mil, Mia IB
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ol III. NVV'i. ol Hai'U'iu .'', lowiitlili i". Kolltn,
Range M, r', Wlll.iinttt' Meridian, anil t.
Rroilllila for III" I'Onlett he all.ee. that II.Ky
iiulli, now JarTrlr., never inaile a.tllriiirnl,
ii'Hiiirlivii or Improvi'lni'iit. upon ..l() enlry,
1 1,. i .lie .ti.niloin-il It .ml loft the rnlintrv
liMuir.llatelytll.r intkltm the antry, toil hat
lover relnriieil to II. orrnlll valeil ttnio, but
that aaM al'Hhiloiiiioiii loiithiiira io Ihl. lima
anil lor mnr. than alt month, la.t tiaat.
You are, therefore, further tnitineil llmt the
a.M allegation, vtlll lie taken ny Oil. ornrnaa
havlntt been rond-a-ei! hy ion, anil your eeld
entry will lie I'tnrWi il I In ii'iiinlii without your
further rlithl to he he.nl (herein ell her helora
thlt iilflrr or on apiet,lf you fit1! to file In i liln
Hire within twenty naa .uer me rin inn
Mlilli nilnll (il inn Home, a. mown ooiuw,
.nr atiawrr, under oath, aierlflrally meeting
ami ri'.i'n inline to then' aHre.ll.ui. of i'oiile.1,
or If you fan wllhlnlhat time lo Ale In thla
nmi'i' one nroni mm yon n.ve .ur.en . oiy "
your attawer oa the aalM ronteatant etiher In
hereon or by reetatered mall. II thla aervlee le
made by Ibe delivery of a copy of your an.wer
tn the eoiitettant In perenu, proof of aurli .rr
vleetnuat be either the .aid routeat.ii I'm wiltti "i
i.'tiiuwlrdamrtit nl lilt reeelpl of the ropy,
aliou Iiik thedtte of It. rei i-llit, or tin' afrldavlt
of the ierton by whom the delivery waa made
Mating when and where the coiy wta deliver
d If made by 'eelatered mall, timolol aurh
.rrvli e mliat riilial.l of the affidavit of the tier
roll ly whom Ihe ropy a in.lli d. .tatliii
when and I hi- H...I offli'r in w h It'll II w.. In. I led
.11,1 thla arr.ilavll ruual be teeulnpaiihd ly the
poatuiaater't reeelpt for the laitar,
Von .houbl .late In vour en.wir Hi. name of
Ihe pott nlnoe to Willi b you dealrn liilnre
im,' leee to lie aelit to you.
We t .nil', Kegl.lir
liatanf tlrel publliatioii Haaagibai lh IDIfl.
pate of .eioiiii i, nl, in mi, ,n lut , mbei o leit.
Hate of third mihllratloil ei etnber 17, lull.
Ii.leof fourth pllblli alloli Jaimari .ml. Put
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'M I Mi HI Al KM I. AND (IKKHK
llurlii, OfaBOB, liiii-iiibet I, lltl.l.
Notice ! hereby given thtt William li Huff
man of Andrewt, lireeoll aaalgnee ol Kdwin
W HpaldliiK. ...leure of Kalinin Urake. I.) ilia
Itrake, Anna Cnve and Mvrel A nine the aole
helra nl Oeortte A I line, defeated, ha. filed In
ihl. offli e hit Miiplic.tliiu to enter uuder aeo
tlniiXKIil, Kevlaed hlatule. uf Ihe Hulled Hialea,
tlie ' iiM., K mt K , W M.,
Oreioll HerlalNoll.il:.
Any and all pereuiia idalmltiK adversely the
I. n, I diiaerlhud. or dealrliie lo ohjeri beeaueeol
llui mineral I'h.rei'li-r of Ihe lend, or for any
other in. ton, lu the dlupoaal to .pi, lb tut,
rhould file llo o affidavit ol proinat lu title
oltlii' mi or ln'fore Ihe Iwtlulay ol January, Kit,
KAtKK, Sl-Kleler.
Flrel publli. lion Hen uiber la, lul.t.
I...I pui, in .Hon January 17, lult.
M0TI0I FOR lMUiUOATION.
I'NITKDHTATKH I ANl lIKr'IfK,
num., oietfoi'. Iieirini'ii, t, 191a. I
Nutlet le hereby glean that Ihe Kugene H
M.i.b. of llui tie, Oregon, whu oil April li, IVUv)
and Juno 0, 11118, reetiel'llvely. made lloiiie
ttead Kulrltt, Not ilttuitunlt?. for NWUtml
IfEgei'iliiH I), lown.htp'J.'iM , Ittuge 1ft K.,
tMlltn file Mar nl I an, baa nled notli't of In ten
Illilllii make Mini III rot yeti I'roof, lo taltbllali
i i.lm lo On' Itnd abuve ili'ei'ilbed, before
Keaitlor .lid Haoaleei at Hiitna, or.fou, uu
the nib day of .i.uutry, iuh
III li.uii-e aa wllllettet
Miller, II H lleyliolda, Jiil.li I". Kay,
it iiiirua. tireguu.
Wu rtatl. Segltlei.
t:l. lint il niiiiii.
il... aimer, n
nkiil A. Miller, all of
Notice lo Creditor!.
In till' itiitllrr ul tin Kttittt- of Jiilin li.
I i.ll H'lf . 'li ir.i- . il
Notice it hrirhv jinii tlinl tin- iniilrr-
n;iu'il line Urn iipuiint-il iiiliiiiniatrn
tor of the u burr Kilt it irii Court by oritur
of thr Hon, r,i .mi Thuimieon, JuuVe of
liu- County Cum t or Iliirnoy County
iiii'i'iiii. All ih'imui. IniviiiK clainit
.ii.miiiM aniil r.inli itrr hrrrby notified
In prrarnt tlirin iluly vrrillril lit liy law
ieiiiirril to Ihr Ailuiiniatriitor nl lliirne,
i iirHon. in lo J. W. IIii.''n !ui utlornry
ul Ilia oilier ttt llui ns, tlnoii within eii
inotithe from the itulr of thr Ural pulili
eation of tin. onlcr.
I'iiat pulilii uti'ill Nov. 'JJ. CUM.
PAUL i inki:,
Ailiiiiiiietrutiir I. aim. ol John II tiftr
rrtt, llecciiaril.
School Suits for Boj
At Greatly I
REDUCED PRICEJ
RANGE of AGES 5 to 15 YEAl
We are over stocked on the above I
sizes and offer any suit in this I
lot at a very low price J
$2.50 and up for the entire
BROWNS SATISFACTORY ST
The Quality Store
4
Notice of Final Account
In the County Court ol tin- Stair of
Orrjjoii, for lliiinry Cnutily.
In the itiultcr of Ihr li.lntii id Ocoigg
V. Wilcoiioit, Dgg'tf'
Notice it Iterrby him 11 ili.it the miliar
giggtjd lint flln hi. liu.il iieeiiiinl lierrill,
iiinl t lint thr ,linl)-i- of Miiil I oiirt hna
lurtl thr titur lor I.. .nine oliicetioiie (,
tlireiinir fot MoiiiIav the 'J-nil day of
li'irinlK-r .918, nl thr horn of 10 o'clock
A. M, it ilir (nun It. inin of tnlil Court
in llui im, OreifOti
hiilril .mil lit at pilblithjil Novrtiilert
IMi luia
LLOYD li. CtJLPi
Ailtiiitiiattiiti'i ol thr linlete ol Otoqag
W. VVikiiteou, ilrcrnaril.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IJWTBIiHTATrM LAND ofTK K. j
Harm nrrgun. Novtnilier 14, ten. I
Notice It hrroby glvju thtt Krtrik hllva ol
iMBinmid. Oregon, who. oa 0 itBbBI ; , UP,
.. ............... i h i.ir. Si, ii' i: lor N Ki.NVI i..
NVt'-NK'., 'and HUNK',. Herilou -'. Tuwnehlii
,1UH llaiieeWK .aiK.inelte Meridian. bat flli'd
notice of liitenllou to make final rive year
I'roof. t eefebilib rlelm to ihe leud above He
-I I bed liefore Keelater and Kerelver at Itiirna,
Oregon, on the totli day ol Haraiobar. Il.
ClalDiant uameaaa wllneasee
K II Hrowu.e a Hawklnt Heto ll.n MM
(1 A Hiuyth all of lil.inoiid. Oregon.
VYe Km. Ileglaier.
NOTICK POI ri'BI.ICATION
HaiTaPH-r.-ree I nn orrn e.
Hun,.. Oregon. November 14. ItlSI
Notice it hereby given that Annie M Mr
Kentle, ol Narrowt. llrrgo:. who on April IJ.
PXW made lloinotlead Klilry No. aJl7. for
NK',. Heetlon .I.Town.blli JB H., K.n.e ;ej K .
lll.mette Meridian. ha fllei. notlie ol Inuii
iloli lo make fliiallhree year Proof, loa.taldiah
rlalen Inllui land above ill arrlUit. before lleg
later and Keeelver at Httrua oreguti, on ihe
.':ird day of lit'i-cinber, IVlfl.
elaieaiul u.mea ee wlliieaee.
Knee llliigrr. Mlth Hlne.r. tharlee Need
barn. Hay riiivall, all ul Narrowt, (iragnn.
Hi. Ktter. Higlrier
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'NITKH HTATKH l,ANI"i"ri I
lakeylew, Oregon. Novell, U i i
Mot Mill. I. .an
Notice It hereby elvrn lag. ritr. L atari
White, ol Pile, 'regoli Who. an Jtlili.n .'I.
P'ln. mtde llolneetrad Klilry (Art Feb 1 1. IWi,
MotnM. lor Hgt. ',. hi. SK', eK'.
p.ugl'i4. Heetlon 17. TowiiBhlp il M . hen." .'3
K W lll.u.rll.' Meridian, haa lit. -I holler ol In -ii
iitlmi Uv make Pinal Three Veer p.. of t n
tabltah i lalin lu the laud above d. r.i ' l lie
fore eiiaa A Bheiinaii, I', h t'omrntavloner, at
Kile. Oregon, oa theluth day ul January, Wit.
eialinaul ii.m. . ae wllueeeee
Joaipli Hlreel, Hlaoler llelfour, Kdwrrd
Miieet.Jobn I'auai h all of rile. Oregon
Jta. r Hi ai.ae. Keglaler.
WOOD
FALL IS HERE
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
horneHgeldinga and mares- for sale.
I have instruction to ? at once
and for cash and will make the
prices right.
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
And to U my full line of
RUFF and V-NECKED SWEATER I
UN CLOTH, SERGES, GINGHAMS
KINAW, SHEEP LINED and LE.
COATS WINTER HATS and CAPS
Allover Lace, Embroidery, FlannH
Woolen Hose, Lined Gloves, Wot
derwear and the
FAMI
GOTZl
Work and:
SH0I
For MEN.l
and CHILI-
I also pack one of the Rest Ste
of Groceries to be had any
A. K. Richarda
General Merchandis
Potatoes CaK
Il ' VI
BBBBBBtlggaa. Hl'BaCgtatKtk
attaC?'-
TH0S. STEPHENS
it still
BUYING HIDES AND FURS
AND PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
See Him Before You Sell
!
HARNEY VALaLEY HOSPITAL
MODERN
'A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Eacluaive for Surgical, Medical and Confinement Caeae
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Succatt in 1 loapital work it only attained by cloaa and .killed attention to
dotailt by trained Attendanta."
DRS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Orv.
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 Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
OregonTru
CENTRAL 0REGW1
HOLIDAY HOME-GOING RATE;
For
Christmas and New Yean,
From Oregon Trunk point to point in
ington, British Columbia, Idaho and Oregon
Reduced Tickets Sold
S.xtkane,
Tacoinu,
Coeur d'
Salem,
Kugene,
Further detail on request.
The "Owl", daily between Central Oregon a
land, save a day each way. Leave Bend 8:30 PW
arrive Portland 8:10 A. M.
J. H. CORBETT, Agt, Bend, On
R. H. CROZ1ER, A. G. P. A., Portland, Oregof
1 8 th 24. Final limit January S
FROM REND TO
$16.70 Portland.
15.20 Vancouver, Wo,
e, Ida. 17.76 Vancouver, RC
11.90 Seattle. . .
14.70 North Yakima,
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
Rexall Drug Store
It, now prepared to supply your
wants In every thing along the
Holiday Line.
Have a Look Before Buying
1 Elsewhere
Heed Bros. Props.
OUR NEW GOOD
Have arrived and we are now ready i "
supply you with your requirement-
MAN Y NEW LDflj
have been added and all goods will I
sold at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDER
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