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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1913)
The only way to enjoy this bruit weother i by
wearing an Overcoat.
Come In ann see us about It.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1913
A noted scientific writer s;iid
that "at least two-thirds of all
human effort is wasted and
the remaining one-third li
largely misdirected." If this
assertion is true it would bo
interesting to figure out what
portion of $35,000,000,000. the
amount spent annually in the
world's market, is wasted. It
is likewise interesting to know
what per cent of the millions
I of dollars spent annually in
advertising'is'wiwted and' why
is it wasted.
Men who have made a care
ful study of advertising tell
us that over 75 per cent of all
advertising is wasted. y
I this vastper cent of inoffici
enty? It was only recently
we noticed.that three general
stores in town advertised on
the same day that they won
now holding the "Greatest
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
Ever Held Here." Kach of
the stores could not be holding
the greatest sale. TtV pro
prietors did not believe it, the
public did not believe it and
the three advertisements were
inefficient and wasteful. Dis
honest advertising is destruc-.
tive in tendency and wasteful
The problem of distribution,
of bringing buyer and seller
together, is the great problem
in business. That is what the
right kind of advertising docs.
Any advertising that doe , i,.t
accomplish this result is waste
Spasmodic, and in fact all
advertising not backed up with
a definite plan, is wasteful
advertising. This kind of ad
vertising never can be relied
upon to produce definite re
sults. There is one certain way of
reducing waste in advertising.
Just as salesman are made
efficient by proper training and
handling so advertising will
be efficient when the advertiser
is properly trained. It is just
as foolish to prepare advertise
ments without a knowledge of
advertising, as it is to perform
a critical operation without a
gauiowiiiiKt- ui Murgury. ll
The Water Situation.
BY C. B. M'CONNKI.I..
For the past twenty years the
land owners of the Harney Val
ley have been guessing as to
what their water rights con
of, and have enjoyed the luxury
of expensive litigation that has
not decided anything. The first
stops have been taken in the pro
cess of determining and definitely
CONE MW'i: A MINUTE!
We want to talk to you about that
Overcoat you need.
living the water rights. The
maps prepared from the surveys
made under the direction of the
State Kngineer show the condi
tion as to overflowed or watered
lands; the claims filed with the
State Water Board reveal what
each claimant thinks he is cn
The total acerage claimed as
irrigated exceeds the actual
amount of beneficially watered
land, probably, by one-third or
one-half; the amount of water
claimed as being used to irrigate
these lands is about three times
the iiuantity that the river is
known to carry down to the val
ley each year. Thousands of
acre feet of water flood our best
valley lands early each spring,
causing great damage to culti
vated crops, and finally fill up
and form the many acres of
u rthless swamp lands around
It will, therefore, appear that
tli. i e are some discrepancies be
tween the claims as filed and the
actual facts. The State Water
Hoard will probably be able to
And and adjust them wisely.
The Pacific Live Stock Co.
claims to have irrigated or has
now ready lor irrigation 36,144
acres, and which the company
alleges requires 4 acre feet per
aire, or 140,576 acre feet, per
season, to enable it to produce a
crop of wild hay. The company
contends that this is the only
ci op that their lands are capable
Of producing. Superintendent
(, 1 1 crest has testified that the
greatest amount of hay his com
pany has harvested in one year
was about 9,600 tons and the
average yield has been about
ti.000 tons per year. 35, 000 acres
of good Harney Valley land,
properly irrigated and cultivated,
will produce at least 106,000 tons
of alfalfa, or 1,000,000 bushels of
The combined claims of the
William Hanley Company, the
Silvies River Irrigation Co.,
Harney Valley Improvement
Company and the Oregon and
Western Colonization Company
call for more water than annually
Hows into the Harney Valley.
Individual claims aggregate
about 26,400 acres and ask for
about 92,000 acre feet per season.
The total area claimed as now
irrigated in the Harney Valley is
about 85,000 acres. Under pre
sent conditions this is supporting
about 3,000 people. With proper
development that amount of ir
rigated land will support more
than 20.000 inhabitants.
A few of the successful farm
ers nave stated in tneir proof
claims that one acre foot per
season delivered to their land
would be sufficient. The majority
of the claimants, however, have
alleged that the irrigation season
extends from about March 15th
to July 15, and that their land
required one miner's inch of
water. Water cannot be used
beneficially on cultivated crops
in this section in March and
April. A miner's inch flowing
for the term of ISO days is a
great deal more water than any
of the land receives or that can
possibly be put to a beneficial
This article in not written for
the purpoBO of trying law suitB
in the public promt, n practice I
certainly dirmprovp. It is for the
pQrpOM of HhiiwiiiK the neceuaity
for the lilinw of contentfl and
later a sune ndjuHlmt-nt of exist
ing water rights. If the U. S.
Reclamation Srrvire or the State
of Oregon wore planning for the
reclamation of the Harney Valley,
the Attorney (Jeneral would he
called upon to file cont sts and
contend for the rights necessary
for tot system. Under existing
conditions, th writer and his
associates, under their rights
and permits, represent the public
beneficial use of all unappropriat
ed and unsned waters of the
Silvies River. We must, there
fore, file many oonttttl to brinjr
the issues sipiuroly before the
State Water Hoard, but we sin
cerely hope that before the final
he.irings in this adjudication pro
ceedings that these rights may
be properly and expensively ad
Library Benefit Entertainment.
The Ladies Library Club will
present the following musiejd
program at Tonawama on next
Tuesday evening for the benefit
of the Public Library:
I Overture Orchestra
II "From The Prince of Pilsen
1 Opening Chorus
2 Widow Mrs. Wm. Farre
I Artie Piatt Randall
And Cirl's ( 'horns
4 Season at the Shore
Mrs. Wm. Farre And Chorus
5 Keep it Dark
Randall And Chorus
6 Pictures in the Smoke
7 Student's Song
And Doubble (Quartette
111 Violen and Piano
Mendelssohn's Wedding March
Mrs. Dodge Miss Kllis
IV Carmena Lsdiss QuSltsttS
Spanish Dance Mrs. Murrny
V Monologue Piatt Randall
VI Song of the Cities
I). M. McDaile Delbcrt Hayes
VII From The Prince of Pilsen
1 Tallyho Loool Smith
2 Bark to the Boulevards
Mrs. Archie McCowan Piatt
Randall And Chorus
Julian Byrd lx)uel Smith
4 Tale of the Sea Shell
Ludwig Johnson Mrs. Al
Welcome And Chorus
5 Finale "Fall In"
Julian Byrd And Chorus
Chorus Mesdames Wm. Farre
Harry McIIose, Archie McCowan.
Curtis Smith, Ludwig Johnson.
Alfred Welcome. John Biggs,
Mrs. EL Murray. Misses iouel
Smith, Helene Dal ton, Verda
Sturtevant. Fthel Thompson.
Messrs Piatt Randall. Julian
Byrd, Ludwig Johnson, Allen
Biggs, Delbert Hayes, Dr. Brown,
Clifford Reed, Henry Oeer. D. M.
McDade, Krnest Musick, Dor
mond Leonard, Albert Swain,
AccompanentsMrs. 0, A. Rem
bolil and Miss Kllis. .
The Christmas entertainment
of the Hums Presbyterian Sun
day School will be held at 7.IJ0
p. m. Wednesday, December 24,
at the Tonawama Hall.
The first half of the program
will consist of songs, recitations
and exercises given by the
younjrer members of the school,
the last half will consist of vocal
solos by Mrs. ,1. L. Cault, Miss
Nina Wiseman and Mr. Ludwig
Johnson ami the "Treble Clef
Club" will have a tableau and
chorus a Christmas Cantata
"The Createst C.ift." will close
Santa Claus has sent word that
he will appear at the exercises
Every child present will receive
How to Bankrupt the Doctore.
A prominent New York physi
cian says, "If it were not for
the thin stockings and thin soled
shoes worn by women the doc
tors would probably be bank
rupt." When you contract a
cold do not wait for it to develop
into pneumonia but treat it at
once. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is intended especially
for coughs ami colds, and has
won a wide reputation by its
cures of these diseases. It ia
most effective and is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by
R. J. McKinmm & 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
Sunday December 21.
There is a Green Hill. Gounod
Treble Clef Club.
Dr. Benson's Christmas sermon
will be on The Theme. "The
(Jood That Has Come to The
World Through Jesus Christ "
Song service lead by chorus
The Day is Ended. liarllett
"Where is He That is Born
King of The Jews.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Service of worship
7.80 p. m. Special evening
Thursday 7.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting. liet everybody come.
The special meetings have
been far more successful than
any could have anticipated. Both
the church and community have
been greatly helped. Many have
turned from the old life, and
pratically all of these have joined
Christmas exercises next Wed
Something new is going to be
Btarted after the New Year.
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10:30 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
al 6:30 a. m.
All other services, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to the
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Rev. Pius Niermann. O. F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
Notice to Stockholders.
To whom it may cencern:
All parties who bought Cold
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
K. II. LOFFITJS.
We do job printing.
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
It ia the intention of the Burm Flour
Milling Co. lo pay I 1-2 tenia par lb. for
food, hard milling wheal neat year.
It muat be good and aland a leal of SO
Iba. lo lha buabel, free from other grain
aeed and imut. Hard wheat will bring
IS tenia par 100 more than aofl wheal.
The Company recommend Turkey
Red for fall (owing and Blue Slam. Min
noeota Red and Aualralia While Chaff
for apring (owing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MIIJ
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IM1KII HIATKKI.ANII OflMfi
Hurlil, Dragon, livraraber 1, 111.1
Ni.ilro la hereby given that William D Ilmi
man of Auilrewa, lireaon. aealgiiae ol Kilwin
VI Hl.alilllm, aa.laitin "I lalllll" I'rak" lull
1'iak", Anna r,.,-k ami Hvml A Kllna the .!.
avlra nf lieoraa A KIIuk. ilrreaaeil, haa fllnu In
Mil ufltre hie application lo enter uuripr act
Ih.ii imrt. H.-1'laeil xlaliitraol the I'ullnl Hlalna.
the Nw'.iiW'i, Her. v, t. an h., h aaK.w w ,
llr,..,ll H"HI Nil II. II .
Aii) ami all peraon claiming ailvarmly llm
laml ilcarrlhiil. or l-lrliiK in oli)ei-l benauaeut
llm mineral character ,( the laml, ur tor any
other reaanii to the IUp,,al In apiillcaiii,
huiilil file thuir alflilavll ot pruleat In t lite
ufllie on or hefniT the Wlhilay ut Januars , I'M l
thai piihllcatlun liecrmher la, Ivl.'l.
I . i piihllcatlun January 17, lull.
NOTICK KOR PUBUOATIOM.
I'NITKIIH'I AIKM I.AN11 OKKHK, I
llurua, OreaiaU, IrecamU-r. (, Ida. (
Nutlae la hereby given that trie Kugene I)
Marae, ul Iturm. oregnu, who on April li, luou
aml Juuo A, Itfl'J, ruAiicuilvely, maile Hum,,
luail Kiilrlea, Noa llallA Unit;, fur NVV'.amt
NK',. Hell. ill ia. inwilahlp V.iH . I(alln H I.,
i) illatncil" Mariillan, baa tiled notice nf hit, u
Hon In make Filial III ran year Trout, tu ealahllah
claim tu the laml aimvu gageilbed, affora
ItcwlNii'r anil Hecelver: al Sutna, Dreguu, im
lha I. nh day of January, mil.
rlaimant name aa wllneiwi
Have Miller, I' H Heyliohll, Juhu I" lay.
Ilnbcit A Miller, all nf llurua. Oraguli.
Wm I a im . Hcglalur.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'MTKIi STATU I.ANIlOrril'K, I
llurua. Oregon, December 13, 1'JIJ
Nuilce I hereby given lhal John J. Uardner,
ul llurua, iii"K"ii. who, on llaeemher a, IMIH,
maile llumealeail Kutry, No IIIIMU fur K'.mW',
h.i Hi in 4, 'Inwuahlp .1 H . HenaeltO K , Will,
uivtle M.i l.i lun. hai II I ml liulhe nf Intention, to
make final Once iai I'ruuf. lo ealahllah claim
In llm laml above iluacrlhed, before Keaiatur
and Hecelver, at Hum, oregou, uu the Huh
day ul January, lull,
rlaliuaut iiameiaa wltiiraaua:
I'ariuul A. Hyde, frauk Hngrlit. Urnv.ir
Jeineean, l luaiei Hali.ui all of Kurua. Orenou
We Kiaaa, UoglaUr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKItrlTATKV LAND OK 101
llurua Oregou O Uaceiuber 17. tula.
Noiuu la lieruliy (Ivan llial t'llfToril tlratia
bank, of Narrow,, Orugoii, who, on January 11
i.n .....I.. ll..i.,,.al,.At Kntiv Nn nruiM tnr
VMitU, Hen Mi NWi.Htt!, anil MW!,NW'4,
hiitliiii it, 'lonliilllli Ml ". Ilango ml k
Hoiilli Uelliuur l.aa wiiiaiiiniie dcriaiau, na
Hail iiotlnuof liitoultoii In ma e dual three year
oroof. louataiillnli rlalm to Ilia land ahovu ilu
evrllteil, before Ueg ltur anil Itouelver. al
Kurua. Oregon, on the leMb day of January, lull.
(Uliuant iiarnea wllueaeaa
Hiata i' Horn, (leorgeW. tawlBeld, William
V llairla, lleuilar I.. Ilau, all of Narrowa,
We Ka. Ueglalar.
If it isnt Eastman's
it isn't a
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
IIHITKI1 HTATK" I.AHII (irril'K
lltllll, Orngltll, iM'.entttor II, HUH
To Ha, 17 Mmllh. ii" fgfMgf "I unknown "!
Yon are Imri-lijf iinlincil dial VVur.l Krank
llano who !'. HniiliiKM, i I ma. hi linai
iiKli'ii mlilroM. 'H'l "ii lii'i i'iiiIht mil, rim, llliiln
till. ..HI'" I'll 1lly iiirriiliiiinli'il i'llrll"li 10
minted ii'l Wr( o.i' imiiHImlinrnf your
l,..,ilail I Ail fill III. IUH1I). Mnrlnl Nil IMnIO
,.,l. I March Hill. HUH tnr HRi. nf Motion I".
ml ihi' I", ul NK',, ol HFi'lloti ;m ami Hi" WW
of Oil' NW1,. of Moi'lliill . Inwiinlilp .Mi. Hoiilli,
Km'!' i. K"i. Wllleiimlte Mcrlilimi, ami a
grnuilila fur Ilia ltlllle(l III' allege Unit Ilel(
Slilllli, ll"W l"fTi I. .. i" ' . I lilNll" ."II Iviii'-lil.
reddeBtg Of liiir"Vt'tiielit up"" Mid ""Or.
Dial aim abaniliilii.il II anil lift the nouOlr?
I ,i,i Ilaiflv aftnr makliiK the i-nltv. ami liai
novel m'Iiihi,"! In II, or nilll vati'if aani", lint
llial aalil alialiilonnii'iil ''"'lUniii'a I" Ilila ihnf
am! lor mora than all inoitllia la. I paal.
Vou an, therefore, liirther nntllleil lhal the
al,) allegation will ' taki-n I.y ml iitllri. aa
IimvIiiw Im'I'Ii i mi lii"."') I.l m"i. ai"l vim aal'l
. nliy will I'" ognoeled IhereuMgf wllhinil your
furtlinr ililit to I"1 Imiir.l tln-ri'in. .lilinr lemri.
II, la "till ' in "ii iiji.""I, ll ynll rail to lllii In I hi
nlllra wlllllll twenty .11 all. i till' rnt'lt'lll
.ntilli'all"li Of till llOtli'O, aliown below,
initr atiewer uimI.t uatli, a .-- J II . ally in,, linn
ami rrat'iiil'iiiiK l" lima" aimiaii.tn 1,1 rnni"i.
or If you fall wlllllll Dial flat a In 111" III It'll
..ii" . iluo pronl (hat ymi have eerveil a ropy nf
your auawi'r nu llm al'l rnnlnalanl "lllmr In
l,,.i r l,y r"illi nil mall. Ifthla Benin ll
mail" i.y llm delivery of a opv of your amwf r
In Hi niciiani in ! ''.'. n, ,f."i or am n err
vn " inn.l Itonlllmr llm aalil nniilailaut'a wrltlnn
a, aiiowlr.leini.iit nf l.i r"i-iT,luf llm i'npy,
IiowIiik tliailat" nf tla rat nil,!, ot llm afflilavll
"I ll"' i."i"n I.y wlintu 1 1"' .l"h try 'in, mail"
latin; wlmii anil where On copy wa id-llvar
"III mail" I'V .'vl'"ii .1 mall prti'ifnf .ml,
rlTi " mint milinlnl "I I Ii" altl'lnv ll nf III' tier
"ii, whom llm I'npy w a mallei, tallng
whan ami llm !! offlri.10 whit h It waa mallaif
ami lllll am'Uvll imit I," n nninpaiih-,1 I.y Ida
liii.tmaatrr'a iffnalpl for llm lotWT,
Vou ahnulit alatn In yniir anawfr Ilia nam of
llm pnat nfnra til whirl, vou ftfllro liiiiin
no'li n In l" "lil In "ii.
W Kah, lllalr.
Hal nf flral pablliallnn I" . ml,r 131 ri Itl.
h. i. ul " t i, ul, Hi ailmi l" ' inl-.r n. milt
Halt "I Ihlnl pill, llnatli, 11 DoMOltwrtT. mill.
Ilalnnf fuurtn pulilliatlnli lalnlary IM, lull
Notleo lo Crodilora.
In I In niiillrr of llm Knlnlr ol .Inl'ii II
llnrrrtl, ilrccnacil. ,
Notice in herrliy K'"" t lint llir nmlcr
rigwd hM ' -" iliiuiiilrl niliinniltril
lor ufllir uliuvr Knliliril (iniil ly nrilcr
of tlir Hon, r.riinl Tlioniaoii, J inl'- (
llm Ci.untv I'i'Ui! ot llrirnoy ('ounly
Oirii'in. All irratii liiivin" rlnima
SSaiat """' calnlc llir linrliy tiolilicl
lo piracut tlicni iluly vrrillnl na liv Inw
niiiiiril to I In- A'tiniiii'trutoi nl lliiina,
OfTXon, or lo J. W. MsjglMl nltornry
At In office tit llurua, Orrrou within six
n.onilia lii, 111 the ilnlr of the Mrat iulili
cutioti of thia orilrr.
I"irt pitlilicitlion Nov. B9 r.i:i.
Aiiiniiiiitriitor Batata of Joha n Uar
irl 1 , Itrceaaril.
Noti.r of Final Account
In tin- t'onnli I '.nut ol llm Ktnte ol
iiiexon, fur lliitney ('ounly.
In llm mutter of the Hainto of (leorgn
W. Wilcomon, liei'il
NnliiT inhr-icliv "urn I lint the unilnr
aiK'iinl hit tile. I hi Baal ncioiint herein,
nnil I lint the Jiiilc of rigid ( uurl lina
Iim-iI the ilmr (or hcariai objactiou to
tin- "nunc lor Mmi'l.'iv tin- L'Jlnl ily of
Ihcomlrrr Ittlll, nl the hoio .,1 lOo'ataat
A, M, ut tlic I 'mil I l!i, um of anhl liiiirl
in llurtm, Oregon.
1'iitcil nnil flil piilliali.'I Niivciuher
UlfOVO Ii iil.l'.
A'linlllialr.Uiii ot llm Kit a. In ,,l l.roryje
W. Wilcox, in, ilvcennril.
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
honten--geldings and mares-' for sale.
I have instructions to sell at once
and for cash and will make the
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
BUYING HIDES AND FURS
AND PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
See Him Before You Sell
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Eaclueive for Surgical, Medical and Confinement Caiea
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Smin, in Hoapilal word ia only attained by cloae and (killed attention to
detaila by trained Attendant.."
DBS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Ore.
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 Stork.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
Rexall Drug Store
is now prepared to supply your
wants In every thing along the
Have a Look Before Buying
Reed Bros. Props.
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
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKIiHTATICiH ANDnrrii'E. J
Hum ur"li. Nuvrmli-r 14, lull. I l
Notlcala lurch) (lim lhal Fiaii Hllva, ol
I'laiiinn.l, t)rcct,n, wbn, "ll Orlolarr 8, luia,
nana llnnmatna.t fcnlr. No07, for SKN''.
SWl-SK1., ami K'.NK1,, erellou t:, Tnwnahlp
.m H liana,- 'Ci K WilUmalla Marhllan.hu III. ,1
iintli, nf lutcnlton to make Anal Ave il,
l'l., I lo ratal. ilh rlalm lo the laml llm" lo
.. Mlo.l, U'f.ira Hr.l.Uran.l Haerlrar.at llurua.
iiracnn.nn Ilia Will flay ol December, Itia.
rialmaiil naiima aa wltnraara
It II llrown.i A llawklna liaan Hmimi '
ri A Mmylh all ol lilainaml. nn-aoii
, riant. Hi'lfalrr.
NOTICK FOR POBLIOATIOM
IInitiuMtath l.atniorrii a. j
liiiiin. iirrt'iii. SimaniBr II. I''l''i
Nollrr li l.ri. I., lan that Atiola M Mr
Keoilr.ol Sin...,. iii"gon who. oil April It,
I i mail" llnmralrail hnlry No. UJ17. for
SKi.. Mri lion .' l.iwi.ihlp .ii H . Hanae mi r .
" lil um it" Mnilntaii ha nlnil nollif , f latCM
ilmi lo maar Umlilirw im l'rl, loeilahllah
i lain, I,, llm land above Uiacrllwrd, before ll,
later and Herelver at lliiina lif,-f,.ii. ..nlh.
Jiir.lilay ut Imirmlier, Itll.
rlaimant iirnin- u wltneeaaa
Haic Klnaer Kdlih kiuarr. Char lea Ncoa
li.iu. Hay Hiiiall, all of Narrow, Orernii
faaai Ke." -r
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I H1TBI HTATK-4 LAN I I V.
Ihmlrw, Orn!i, NmrtuU i I
SJOt KUI. 1.1 Nit
Nntlt'r is herffby ftvrn Hi. riarnuM I .at t
W bltr. ol Kilo. OrtMI. who, on Jinosrv :t,
1U10, ,' H.iuiraifiid .-...irjr (Act rob. ID, IWi,
No VHA6. for fc'. N't HW4 NK'. fr1,
KUtW",, Hrrtlon IT, Timnthliiil H . koiey:t
WllUmatli M-rl.Ilti. hu Illr-1 t nil. . ..f In
tpil.hiti U makw r'lf.al llifi'i- Vif I'.ii.llo.i
tsbllsb rlalm to lb land bot dorrii-"i I
Utt (!) A Hbrmti. U h OoaatftoBlf at
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Suits for Be:
AGES 5 to 15
RUFF and V-NECKED SWFLA1
LIN CLOTH, SERGES,
KINAW, SHEEP LINED and
COATS WINTER HATS and CAPS
Allover Lace, Embroidery, Flannel I
Woolen Hose, Lined Gloves. Wc
derwear and the
I also pack one of the Rest
of Groceries to he had an;
A. K. Richard;
HOLIDAY HOME-GOING R,Tfc
Christmas and New Yean
From Oregon Trunk point a to points ia lj
ington. Britiah Columbia, Idaho and Ot .-goo 1
Reduced Tickets Sold
December 18 th 24.
Coeur d'Aleno, Ida. 17.76
Salem, . 11.90
Further detaila on requost
The "Owl", daily between Central OrcgoaJ
land, aavea a day each way. Leave Bend 8:30 f I
arrive Portland 8:10 A. M.
J. H. CORBETT, Agt., Bend, 0
R. H. CROZIER, A. G. P. A Portland, OrefJ
OUR NEW GOO!
Have arrived and wa are now ready H
supply you with your requirement!-!
MANY NEW LIM
have been added and all goods will l
sold at the VERY LOWEST PRICEI
CALL OR SEND TOUR ORDtJ
The Burns Department S
All the news in The Times-Herald
FALL IS HERE
And so is my full line of
Work and I
OOTReU OREGON I
Final limit Januarjrl
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North Yak ma.