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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1913)
COME HERE A MINUTE!
We 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 ann see us about It.
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
SO BAD AS PICTURED.
f hf Olimcs-furaCd
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 191
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31a Mont. '
Im Maalka '
Value of Expression
Robert Louis Stevenson, Um
well known writer, once said.
"write so the fool can under
stand vou and the wise man
will understand you." Why
is it that' Abraham LinsohVi
Gettysburg addivss'.is "today
called by foreign critics Ameri
ca's only supreme achievement
in literature." Because l.ir
coln Rave to the world a simple
truth expressed in the most
simple lanRuage imaginable.
If clearness and simplicity
is so essential in so called
higher literature, how much
more essential it should In- in
advertising as it is more tlifli
sult to make an advertise-
tment interesting than an "li
nary Hterary mroduct ion. Take
A play book, newspaper or
magazine article, and they are
always read because of their
human interest. Then the
man who can put these; in the
simplest language is the man
who gets the biggest price.
But an advertisement appeals
to the business judgment at a
man, and to have it effective
the ad should be expressed in
such simple and natural langu
age, without any frills, so any
and all can understand it.
It is not so difficult to tell
what to put into an advertise
ment as to tell how to put it in.
In otherwords the difficult
thing is to tell how to write
the ad- how to give expression
to the points to he brought
out. The success ol every ad
depends upon the words chosen.
The average advertiser gives
the wording of his ads so little
thought that it is no wonder
they miss the mark. If a man
undertakes to prepare a paper
on any theme to be read before
a society he would give the
preparation of the paper his
best thought for at least a day
or two- and all his paper is
designed to do is to interest
and entertain, while an ad
BmUSl noi only interest aim on
rorioin hot influence sis well.
An advertiser who does not
give the wording of his adl
careful thought i.s guilty of a
crime against advertising
gram was somewhat handicapped
as it was not rehearsed but a
short time, and on account of
t he opera house being otherwise
occupied they were not permitted
to use it for rehearsals. How
ever, it was most creditably ren
dered and much enjoyed.
The usual services of the sea
son were held at the Catholic
church on Christmas day and the
churches will also have special
services on tomorrow in keeping
with the season.
Many family gatherings of a
pleasant nature were held on
Christmas day with good dinners
and several trees were put up in
homes where gifts were dis
tributed. The Presbyterian Sun
day school contributed in the
nature of a pound of something
from the pupils which were dis
tributed Christmas morning to
the needy. Fortunately there
were but few cases of this kind
in Burns and we should all re
joice at the happy Christmas
conditions in our city.
Tonnwnma management as
sumes the responsibility and
blame for some seats for the
library benefit entertainment
being reserved before the hour
of opening the box-office, but it
was done without a thought of
causing any dissatisfaction or
showing purtiality. In fact there
were exactly JM senU reserved
on the seat plat vv lien the lady
came to fake charge of the ticket
oflice and aside from the re
servations of for people, all were
for people who had spent many
nights rehearsing for the tier-
formance, neglected their own
business, convenience and health,
spent their own money for cos
tumes ami made other sacrifices
for the particular benefit of tho
entertainment. It was just
through a feeling of considera
tion and kindness to some wno
were too busy prepuring for it to
come to the liox-ofllce to make
reservations. They would not
have complained had they been
merely noteM and marked off
later, perhaps, but the lady who
was to sell tho tickets wai not
familiar with the work and it
was also thought it would be of
assistance to her. There are 240
comfortable chairs in Tonawama.
from any of which practically
every foot of the stage may lie
seen it didn't occur that 2tf
seats would reully be noticed
particularly, especially as not all
of them were what are consider
ed best seats.
The lady to take charge came
about on time but she wanted to
have the plat explained and as
she had not been provided with
any change that had to be cared
bv Tonawama management, the
amount counted out, mostly in
nickles, dimes and quarters.
When the window was opened it
may have been a few minutes
late and "the , rowd of Indies and
men lined up at the window"
consisted of exactly seven ladies,
all of whom can be named by the
writer, but it may be left to the
ladies themselves if any one de
sires to investigate. AH were
provided with good seats.
It might be remarked in los
ing that Tonawama was not
furnished and equipped by phil
anthropists, but for commercial
purposes. It wus the intowtion
of the owners to furnish as com-
The Prince of PiUen"
May Be Repeated Jan. 2
If it isnt Kastman's it isn't
The proposition of repeating
the musical entertainment pro
duced last Tuesday evening is
being considered but was not
definitely settled at the time of
going to press. Should it be re
peated the receipts will go to tho
high school for the purchase of a
Victrola and the date of the pro
duction next Friday, Jan. 2.
Cured of Ur Complaint.
"I was suffering with liver
complaint" says Iva Smith of
Point Blank, Texas, and decided
to try a 25c box of Chamberlain's
Tablets, and am happy to say
that 1 am completely cured and
can recommend them to every
one." For sale by all Dealers.
Butterick patterns at Luna
burg, Dalton & Co. 52tf.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
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The past week has been one of
great enjoyment for the people
of Burns, and especially the
children, in their Christmas'
observances. The Baptist Sun
day school held their exercises,
including the rendition of a pretty
cantata at the public school build
ing. The Presbyterian Sunday
school exercises were held in
Tonawama and were witnessed
by a large gathering. This pro
MR. BAIN EXPLAINS.
In regard to the article print
ed in the Drewsey News of Dec.
12th. I have this to say, that
i Mr. Baker the publisher of that
paper, did not get correct in
formation regarding the Courts
actions, or else he did not print
I it as he should have done.
It was a surprise to me to hear
that I had any thing against the
Drewsey people, and was taking
; my spite out on them by making
them pay a double tax. I claim
the deal was a fair one. The
reason for reconsidering our first
decision was, that the court was
: not all present at the fires de
cision. Therefore I asked! the
j Judge to reconsider our fiase de
cision, and call a full court which
he did, and the result waa that
the Harriman and the IDuewsey
applications, to be set aside as
Union and District BSgh Schools
were not allowed..
Our contention, was that the
two schools aek. for were ineffi
cient and wen not equal to the
county high school which the law
culls for them to be in all re
spects. There is only one teach
er huwd in each of the proposed
Iff Mr. (.rant Thompson re
marked while in Drewsey, that
I was the man that asked to have
our first decision reconsidered he
stated facts. But I denie tho
charge that I took "a turn around
Burns,' before asking to have
our first decision reconsidered or
at any other time, for the pur
pose Mr. Baker would have the
people believe. I have no place
to build up, nor have I any place
to throw down at the expense of
the tax payers of the county, if
I know it.
The Drewsey High School
board has never invited the
boundry board to visit, and in
spect their high school, for the
purpose of knowing its efficiency,
and the purpose the application
called for, to the best of my
knowledge. As to being too far
away to get any "benifit from
their tax money," that is a wrong
impression to place before the
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
It I. tho intention of tho Bim. Flour
M.ll.m Co. to pay 1 1 -a eont. por lb. for
good, hud milling whoat noat jroar.
It muil bo good and .land a toil of 60
lb, to the hu.h.l, froa from olhar grain
Mod and mut. Hard whoat will bring
IS cant, par 100 moro than .oft whaal.
Tha Company rocoounoad. Turkay
Rod for fall .owing and Bluo Slam. Mln
naaota Had and Australia Whlla Chaff
far pr.nf .owing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MILL.
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Nolico to Creditor.
In tlu; innllrr til the K.titlt- of Julin II.
Nnlicc i. Iirliy given tluil the iindri
aignril Int. Iweii it)itiiilnl nilniiiii.trn
tor of llwiilinvr Ktilitictl Court by order
of tlic Hon, ('irnnl Tin, nipa. in, Jinlxe of
the Counly Courl nr Harney County
OrtK""- A" pSHeai lutvinK claim,
nvjninat Mini isi.tl. ttrr herein, notified
lo prewnt llietn iluly vcriffetl H My Inw
ii,iiircil to the Ailniini.trnlor nt llurn.,
Oregon, or to J. W, Bigg" lii. nttorney
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Tir.t iitililitutioii Nov. tS, ItUa
Ailiiiiiii.tiitlor l.alnlr of John II. linr-
School Suits for Boj
RANGE Of AGES 5 to 15 YEAJ
We are over stocked on the above I
sizes and offer any suit in this I
lot at a very low price 1
$2.50 and up for the entire U
BROWNS SATISFACTORV Stl
The Quality Store
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NOTICK KOK PPBUGATION,
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Notlir la harabv .Ivan that llna.nl
forUiblo a place of imiltm-fit as gra ,," VaygSaTg -i"
tho i o lunula would imtifv that I r-Ht)"!.'1. Inwn.bip -i nangain r. . wiii.ih
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wniiiii iay a hito... uivhwiu ijta lh, (l, ni.,,,,),,,,!, Mnaliriin,,
the investment, yet it aaa al-3;J ';';'. . Hun.... ifer,n, ..a ibatT..i..
ways been at the dispos. of the .-.m .. a. .u-p r i g
hiiKini'HH nu'ii of Iturns antl the I "a.ar, n ..t iiiirti..tiragoo.
, ,. . ... .. Wn. K.. Ilalaar
piinnc lor ail piiiuic meeuiiKH
wunoui any lllllMW n MQTIOB TOR IMHII.ICATION
the actual expense ol liKiits, tuei,
and janitor and tluv accounts of
the linn will show instances
when even that was not iaid.
It wus furnished for the benefit
entertainment Tuesday evening
at just half the established price
charged for entertainments, thus
sacrificing $27. 87. Two entertain
ments scheduled for the house
were cancelled during the period
of rehearsing for the benefit en
tertuiuunent, both of which would
have brought the house a prolit-ahl-
n-veinii', just to allow these
rehearsals to go on without in
terrupt ion; before Tonawama
was erect'il and furnished the
Library Club had to provide any
special scenery required and pay
for it, also hire u carpenter to
put it up; they had to provide
wood, lights and janitor if they
had any; they had to bring their
own chairs, if thev sat on any,,
and pay 75 cents for the privilege;
Tonawama provided new scenery
for the production Tuesday night
to the amount of $l8.85und hired
a man to help place it. Before
the house was fully equipped the
"Sluing Maids" whs staged and
the Library Cljib had to pay $T
extra for spot lij'ht - this was
provided Tuesday night without
It might be further stated that
Tonawama lacks but $5 of pay
ing just four times as much
license into the city treasury
durimc a year os any merchan
dise house and exactly five times
an much as any bank. It is a
legitimate business concern, pay
ing it" obligations the same as
other bus mess concerns. It pays
more out for insurance in a year
than on any other building in
Bums, ami the writer will wager
a live-cent cigar The Times
Herald building pays more taxes
on the assessment roll than any
other building in Burns. The
owners make no complaint and
are willing to tie their part in any
enterprise that is for the good of
the country and believe they artt
entitled to being placed right in
matters that concern, the public.
flftsai seed ba rley. the six row
ed variety, raise d on new ground
and entirely free from other
g3ed, 14 cents per lb. Vic.
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Hi,ibU.lhniir I k. W I llainrllu Moildl.lt, h.
III... notlra ol I maul Inn lo m.ku flnal thiaayaar
prool, lo a. Ialillt.il , I.lm to Iha Unit ahova lla
.,'ilh.iU. I, h, in Hag latar ami Uaoulv.r, al
llurna. ,, agon, on i ha juth day ul J.nu.ry, lot
Claimant liaiueaaa wlttiaaaw..
It,,., l Kaiii.l.Dorgu W. I awldald, William
H ll.rrla, K.ail.r I.. Haaa, all of N.rrowa.
Wn Ka.ag, lUglal.r.
Notico of final Account
In tin- Couiilv t'otiit of tho Stnic of
rrKni. for lliiriiry ('utility.
In tha mutter nf the litnlrt nl (lanrgi
W. Wile... in. iKv'tl
flilthal i Iterrhy nivrn thnt the utitlar
nnna.l In,, (ileal hi. liniil ntviiiint hfifin.
nntl thill the Jtnlc nf aaitl tmrt lllla
fueil tin- 1 1 in.- lor tatarituj ..lijettinn. to
tlkr.tinir Ihi Mniiilny the '.'nil ilay of
lb-.fiiil.-i MIS, nt the liutii nf 10 i, Murk
A. M, al the ('mil I It. nun ol .nhl l nut I
in ii,.. ti., Ortgoa.
Hulr.l Mini lift i.ihli.h.l Novcmlarr
i.i.nvn ii n;i.r.
Aliiiim.ti,it I Hie l.lutf..l I'.ioiKP
W.I, .,,. il, tlecenar.l.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITS.! KTATM I AND "KKICF,
Hurna otegoti, Novelnlair It. IV1 1
Noli.', la hrraby glv.n th.t rr.tik ' "'
I, lam. ,n,t. oragon. who. on oatobar .
m.'la llllta.la.,l Knlrv, No 117. lor N r. jl v.-.
NW..NK1,, .ml Hyr,', arrnoo i. "--''
SO B ltauge.r.1 K .WHIamati. ai ari.ii.i. ,,,w ....
llollea (If ltilolltli.lt Hi lltaaa nni ...-...
Prool, to oalatill.lt il.lin lo ll.a l.ml alHiy. na
aarllHKl. bafora Haglalar and Hrenver at nurna,
Oragon, on Ilia aunt nev oi ..anam-a.,
llalm.lit namaa a wllltaaaa.:
II II llrown.i llawklna. Iiaan lloilon
ri A Htnirtb .11 ol lll.tnunil. Oragoll.
Wa rt.Hg. Ragl.l.'i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
CNI1KU HTA TKH IANIiOKKTCE
lakevlaw, Olagon. Novrlttl.'r 17, IVI
aor ro.l i. M.
Noll, i la baraby given that Cl.rauae laler
Whlla ol HI.' i.r.gon, who. ou J.nu.r. M,
linn mail- ll-oiieetean rtiiry i in ran ,., iw.,
Mo ml. lor hB
p.,h., .- i H.'li I
v a ii.-,,.., ,,. M..,
leniloi -in m.ka Kln.l Tbraa Vr.r Pirol to ,.
1. 1, Hal, laitit lo the land .note da.rrll.-il. In
line f h.a A Hharuiau. I I'iiimII " '
Klla Oragon. on the loth d.y ol J. unary, 1 ,11.
i I.lm- l naina. aa wllt.aear.
J,,.l, - I, Hlanlav llallniir, K.l.rl
Htrael, John Pauarb .11 ol Klfa. ongoi
J... K Hc.i.ge. Heglala-
No uv-'i, lor be', nv. a;t -;. "'
.. loan. oil' ., o . .., .-
v j l.ra.lla llitrlill.il. IIB. IHao nollrr in-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION!
ItMir.i. KT'T.a 1 .Mitirriia. j
Hum. Orogaa .Novamlwi .-.. ivis I
Notlra la hereby gl., m Ihal l.laWulllng. lot
mrrly Ida I ....... of Hum., or. g..u. l. OB
M.t, I, I. IW7. made llullie.tead Entry No ti ,
herlal No. lUlng. lot HK', Haclloti 3A. Towehlp -U
H ll.tiga JO K Wll.ainatle Ma rldlau. ba. fllr.l
nolle, of in ten Hon tu tn.ka Kln.l lt. year
prool, to r.l.bll.b al.lm to Iha l.n-l bov- de
arrltal.l.alorr Kegl.ter and ita. alter, al Hum.,
oragon, on the Mb day ol January, lilt.
Claimant li.una aa a llneaar.
liaorgeK Whlllng Kralik T W hlllog. Kratlk
Paket Kratik o Ja. kaon .11 ol llurna Oiegon
a KAaa.. Keg air.
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
hone--gelding and mare'-for sale.
I have mtruction to aell at once
and for cash and will make the
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
FALL IS HERE
And ao ia my full line of
RUFF and V-NECKFJD SWEATERS,;
LIN CLOTH, SERGES, GINGH A MS!
KIN AW, SHEEP LIKED and LEA?
COATS, WINTER HATS and CAPS i
AUover Lace, Embroidery, Flannel!
Woolen Hose, Lined Gloves, Wools -derwear
Work and V
For MEN, m
the Best Stod
Groceries to be had any win
As K. Richardsa
LaaaHu. LW fabV.
Si Aia'Ja- JHV
I also pack one of
BUYING HIDES AND FURS
AND PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
See Him Before You Sell
j II I MBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
1 luaive for Surgical, Medical and Confinemenl Com.
WE STOVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Sucoaaa m Ho.pital work i. only attainad by cloae and .killad attention to
dotaafc by Ira.ned Attendant. "
DM. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Ore.
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free C'ump House and Feeding Privileges in Corral
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stork.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
aNTRAl OREGON U
HOLIDAY HOME-GOING RATES
Christmas and New Yean
From Oregon Tronic point to points in Watt
ington, Britiak Columbia, Idaho and Oregon
Reduced Tickets Sold
December 18 th 24.
Final limit January 5.
Coeur d'Ak-ne, Ida. 17.75
Further detail on request.
The "Owl", daily between Central Oregon u.
land, gave a day each way. Leave Bend 8:30 P. Hi
arrive Portland 8:10 A. M.
J. H. CORBETT, Agt., Bend, Ottf I
R. H. CROZIEK. A. G. P. A., Portland, Oregon, t
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARIaY
Rexall Drug Store
Is now prepared to supply your
wants In every thine along the
Have a Look Before Buying
Reed Bros. Props.
OUR NEW GOOD
Have arrived and wa are now ready to
supply you with your requirements ....
MANY NEW LINE
have been added and all good will be
old at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Stij
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