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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1914)
The Better that Men get Acquainted
with our Clothes the better
They Like Them
--The styles are the newest and
most pleasing creations of the
country's foremost designers.
The tailoring Is the best obtain
able. The fabrics are all pure wool
and the new collars and patterns
are especially attractive.
The prices are always low
when you consider the high
quality of the garments.
You'll find us all the time ready to
show these friend-making clothes
It's worth while
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1914
Building A Business
It is a difficult proposition to
build a business without capital
and business methods. What
would we think of a man who
started in business with little
capital, in a poor location, with
poor goods, poor salesmen,
poor reputation, and at last,
but not least poor advertising.
If the poor salesmen do not
sell the goods to the public at
the poor location, aided by the
poor advertising, what does
the poor merchant blame. Be
invaribly blames his advertis
ing, and says advertising
doesn't pay. His advertising
don't pay him.
The impossible is not claimed
for advertising. No one claims
that advertising can change
the leopard's spots, but .A
vertising will sell the leopard's
skin. Likewise no one claims
that advertising will make a
business man out of a man, or
a success of any business, but
it is claimed that advertising
will assist materially in build
ing a business for a man where
common sense is used in the
conduct of the business.
The basis of all individual
success in life is common sense,
and the basis of success in
business is common sense. If
a man uses common sense in
embarking in a business, buy-
ling his goods, selecting a loea-
tion, choosing salesmen, and
parading his wares before Lhe
public through advertising, it
is as impossible to prevent him
from succeeding as to stop the
Niagara. His purpose is to
build a permanent and profit
able patronage. The only way
to do that is to go out after
business all the time.
No business essential is less
understood and more neglect
ed, and thus contributes more
completely to so many business
failures as advertising. The
buying habit of the people is
changing constantly and the
best way to keep in touch with
these ever changing habiis,
ever increasing demands, is
through newspaper advertis
ingeverybody looks to the
newspaper ior an me news. n
The people were indignant
over the turn taken by the re
cent announcement that no pro
vision had been made in the
budget for the coming year by
the O.-W. R. & N. for continu
ing the extension of the road
from Juntura on to this Valley as
they have been lead to belli
would be done. However, since
the Short Line is again in charge
of the road there is hope that
construction will continue. While
it can not be said positively that
the O.-W. R. & N. made any
promises, the impression was al
lowed to stand that such was the
intention, and it may be yet.
lhe railroad people cannot ex
pect the country to develop to
any great extent until the road
reaches this section. Of course
farmers can raise more grain and
feed it to stock that can be driv
en to the railroad but it takes
money to equip for such under
taking and many of our farmers
are not fixed financially todothir.
They are not going to clear mow
land and put it under cultivation
on uncertainties as it requires
not onlv labor but considerable
expense and not all can afford to
do this unless assured of a mar
ket right at their places. Out
: ride men who desire to invest in
real estate are not going to jump
into the matter hastily is tiny
are accustomed to transportation
and will not invest and develop
land until they are sure of an
outlet for their products. The
railroad eople know this. They
never did penetrate a new count
ry where the business was en
tirely developed for them before
they reached it. They know the
big irrigation projects cannot be
economically installed until steel
rails are laid to the neighborhood
of the operations. It doesn't the silent promise of our coun
seem a matter of lack of funds! try's future,
ample to construct roads where
they desire to build regardless of
j the number already in existence
I in the territory. If it is a mat
ter of waiting until the business
is created to justify, or rather
what they consider would justify
the building of a line, they'll
wait a long time for regardless
of how long they wait there will
be but little more development
of the character they desire than
From the description of the
array of gambling devices and
liquor confiscated by Governor
West's military representatives
at Copperfield and shipped out in
spite of restraining orders of the
court, it would indicate that at
least some one should have taken
the matter of cleaning up the
town. From the description of
conditions contained in the news
dispatches it was quite evident
that things were not altogether
lovely in that town and if tin-
local authorities would not act it
was up to the governor to do
something and he did. It seems
the sheriff went to Huntington
and met the militiamen and was
present, but took no hand in the
affair, when the militia demanded
gambling paraphernalia to be
shipped out and it was forth
coming. It is possible the gover
nor's critics might have used
different methods and might
have accomplished the same re
sults but they didn't.
The Times-Herald will wager
a cigar that every farmer who
attended the short course in
agriculture held here last year
will be present during the course
to be held in February if he can
possibly get here and that he'll
induce his neighbor to come also.
The great benefit to be derived
from this course should not be
missed if it is possible and we
urge the necessity of the farmers
availing themselves of the op
portunity. Frank Dibble came in Sunday
with the teachers. Frank upheld
the honors of the local gun club
at the Christmas shoot at Bend,
carrying off the silver cup. He
made 24 out of 2T birds.
Commercial Club Elects New
(Continued from page 1 )
being continued in the early
spring. The Short Line has
leased the Oregon Eastern from
Vale to .hint ura and it is confi
dently expected that the road
will be extended. The fact that
the Short Line had charge of this
extension in the first place and it
was through that system that the
money was made available to
bring the road that far. and fur
llier, it is pointed out that the
Short Line would hardly lease
the short stub unless it was tvr
tain that it would be extended
giveH hopes of relief.
The Club adjourned subject to
the call of the president. Mr.
Quit did not appoint his com
mittees for the year as he desired
time in which to make his selec
tions. These will he announced
Crow Camp Scene of
Hy Vivian Gray
On New Year's eve the famous
Crow Camp ranch was the scene
of one more successful social
event when the Kobbins family
entertained over 40 of their
friends. The llarriman bunch
came bv means of a sleigh and
Had we not felt securely chap
eroned by our worthy matron
and Sunday School superinten
dent, Mrs. A. H. Curry, we
might now feel a little humiliat
ed at the memory of the college,
high school and Crow Camp yells
to say nothing of the old ballods
which gave vent to our feelings
as our spirits rose in harmony
with the occasion. One lady
timidly asked Mrs. Curry if her
husband was along, and seemed
satisfied, however, when told
that Mr. Curry was along and
yelled until he broke the (I string
in his voice.
The crowd entertained them
selves with games, music and
recitations and at the midnight
hour a bounteous supper consist
ing of turkey, cake, ooffe and
ice cream was served.
After the feast the crowd re
turned to the play rooms g lyer
and more hilarious than ever in
toxicated with the spirit of mirth
the hours flew as if on wings.
We hope that Mr. Bobbins will
let us meet our city friends again
next summer at his beautiful
country home which has long
been to the people of Harney
Valleyan oasis in the desert, and
Two Ways of Having
A Good Time
Hy Vivian Cray
There seems to be more than
one way to have a good time.
It seems that the harmless
dope sort of a wireless telegraphy
of good cheer seems to stand the
j test better as it leaves no regrets
and endangers no one to the reap
ing of a ghastly harvest, it is the
road to deeper truer friendship
and leaves only pleasant memo
ries. Hut some fellows havn't found
the right brand yet. They asso
ciate the idea of having a good
time with swelled heads and
black eyes and nauseated stom
achs and mad land ladies. Smil
ing bartenders with whom they
went in cahoots. They have a
hazy Ides of how the bartender
took the money and ihey took
the cahoots. He was called a
jolly good fellow and told to stand
Up to it like a man. They didn't
want him to turn out to be a baby
or a sissy. Hut when he got,
Oh, so sleeny. they carried him
to the cellar or a back room and
put him to bed just like mother
used to, only they wern't quite
Mother always took the ball
the top and all such junk out of
a bulging pocket so that the tired
little man would rest. But it
wasn't so bad those days for
mother always gave the little
man's posse :, ions back. It was
his earthly hoard that ball and
top, a jumble of strings a few
cartridge shells and some nails.
Hut far more to her than these
baby treasures the thing she most
earnestly hoped, longed, prayed
and lived for was her son's un
blighted manhood, for well she
knew wherein lay his promise of
a future. Hut I guesB the smil
ing bartender didn't understand
things like that, perhaps he'd
never been a mother and its safe
to nay he wasn't much of a son
either, else when he laid you
away taking your chink to keep
it from disturbing your slum
bers he wouldn't have forgotten
to give it back.
Hut of course you can't expect
anyone else to look after your in-
terests, giving everything and
asking nothing in return, like
mother did. Well, we don't
mind them taking your chink so
much but it certainly does hurt
some when we see you lose your
young manhood. To see reck
lessly destroyed what some wo
man suffered and struggled for
through years of patient hard
ships and been disappointed.
In the columns when you read
the account of a drunkards death
some masculine editor kindly
says: "He was a jolly good fel
low, a favorite among his associ
ates, but his own worst enemy."
I do not believe this can be true.
The Bible says "no man liveth to
himself and no man dieth to him
self." Also. "Cast not pearls
before swine lest they trample
1 have felt as I sized up the
crowd of blear eyed, bloated
faced loafers on Home saloon
porch, each face bringing to
memory some careworn mother,
a loving wife or a helpless child
that there is something out of
harmony with the world.
What class of men or women
either seem more like swine than
the drinking element? What is
left of the man who continues to
indulge? Just a mass of useless
flesh just a worthless human
carcass living and breathing oc
cupying the space of a man
though void of will power, and
handicapped in reason and utter
ly lacking in understanding and
What wife, mother or child can
be associated with this individu
al and not be trampled on?. It
has been well said ' Cast not
pearls before swine."
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
Il it the intention of lha Burnt Flour
Milling Co. lo par I 1-2 rent, par lb. to
good, hard milling wheat nul year
It mutt be good and .land a tail of eO
lb, to tha buahel, dee from other grain
ee,l and limit. Hard wheat will bring
IS cant par 100 mora than .oft wheat.
Tha Company recommend Turkey
Rad for fall .owing and Blua Stem. Min
nesota Reil and Australia While Chaff
fur spring .owing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MUX.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'HlTKl.HTATKnl.ANt) (.Wilt I
IjknlrM Ort-iOfi, D rtutK-i li. I'M .
NOT 1X1 At. I H
Notlre Is lirrrliy given that llrnn k.i
bow, off-fa, Of tgsjo, who, on Jul totti iwto
tuatlr llotin ali-at I ntr. Nu Ul4l, for -.,. h'4,
c Miami Nh'a.Hff a. WSNWU, Htriiuu i
Iwnsbl"-.'. Kangr .-:i K WllUmrti. MerldlU
haa file, toilet ut liiteuiU.n to lathe llin-e
Vrar I'rixif. to ratal. Mali lalin In the laml b
Ira. rrfbod, terror hes A Mirrman. D H
t timuilMloiH r, at Mfe, utii.n, mi UH tew
-Ujr of JoottOf. . I 'I
lall.mni i.attu d as nllhom
isinn u Hmn, 1'atil Wrrner. A, Idioaa
baoksr, nil ol Kir. Ortfba. "! c Miici,
Ol ltiiri.ee. Oregon
I41 ) in it ' IteflrltT.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
tlNITKli HTA'IKM l.A N I) OKKK'K.
Duma, Oregon, OcteiitU'r S2. I'-'lt.
Null, i i, lierrli) alien thai William II Oram
ul Waverlv. Oregon. Wtm, nji June I". I !".
rnaila HmnnleaiT Kulry. Ni. IMX.. tor SK'
HeeUuti M, l..wnl.l. H h . Hani M . . Will
etnetl Merillan, liea lllel notice of liilentlnn
to make Una) three -ear arts', lo I'atalillali
ilalrtt tii I lie I an l ali'iw 'lea, rlbad, lie In re Itegl,
Inr and Karolver, at Hnrna, Oregon, on tin
...Hi .la nl January. I'll
I lullnam names aa .. ltn.-e.i-.
Tliiniiaa II Hill lllrain K. I'ralg. II I Van
t.iran. Henry N Mtaatier all or Wavorly
Wat Kg. Hegl.li I
NOTICE K()K PUBLICATION,
IINITKH HTATKM I.ANII OKKH'Kl
Hiirni, Oregon. Ilricmtwr 1, i-ji.i i
Nnlli-e la hereby given thai llownril W
llullntg. of II urna. Oregon, lit. on Het.il. a, ItajH.
mail llolnfllrail entry. So. OMW, lor - ' ,
Hot 'lion ", lIll.li .'I M . Ilaligi. .11 K . W Ilia in
elta Merlrllali liaa llleit nut Ire ol Intention lo
make final rive year priml. to eatahllgh rlahn
In Ilia laml atHitc iti arrltieil. l.tifnri- Iteglaler
and Itertfllver, al Hnrna, firegnn on the .'Mli da.
i lalinanl name, aa wttneaaea
Hay orrcn. rharlea lllgga. J.ihu It tlunlil (.
! Maker, all ol Hum,, Oregon.
WM. PaRHK, Heglliei
NOTICE K()K PUBLICATION
I'NitiP i tii- Lapp Optica, f
Huriig, Qfwjoa, DoooaborS. iwit.l
rfattoo la UmrwUf given (list Krneat Kuiceiie
I.MiMt'ii. of Rurna, iiregoo, who, on Mftv .., IM
ami in i no, ivto. rttafHTtlvely, iia.1u II
Bt44 Ki.try, No :. .VI, HtUHw:il ami No. QftlM,
for .NK'a. Hrf :w, h, HKj,,M4r. aioinl H',Htt'4.
Jr. thin 57. TuwiiB.il.. 'AH, lUii.fe.il K, VVUUm
.if MerMUti, haa nl."l iiutlre of Intetilloi. to
m a lit flnn I Ave-year proof, to ealahllsh rlaltu
to Hit UimI above !" rl Lcl, liilmr Kil-ln
Mini Hi'itIht, at Mtirtia, Oregon, on the (Ulli
-lay of January, 1UU
Claimant nainua aa wlliiraeca
w T Frame, Hen Hotler, S M.-i.nr . t i
KgKleatoii, all of llurna. Oregon
Wm Paiihk, ltfglr.l i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I NITI.I' MTITUN I.AKII 0,'KII :. (
llitriia, Oregon, llerelntier J!I, nil. I t
Notlre la herehy glvun that William Oeotge
Hmllh.nl lltirna, ttreg who, on Nov I lul .',
inailo llomeglead nitit Nu. c..ei,, lo, NK1,
NW,. K', MW'( anil NW'.HK',. Huetlon '.'I
iounahlli U 1, lunge K. Vtlllatni lie
Murldlall. haa fllf.l nntlre. ol Inleiil l.m
to inaae I, mil t ,011 lallon iriMil, lo eatatillaa
rlalm to the l.i 11,1 aliove lleartllied, I. el, or Keg
later ami llnieltnr. at Hnrna, Oregon, on On
aVIb day ul January, rl l
ilalmaiit nuntea aa wltneaaea:
Want Tyler, t'arrnll W ltheraioon, All, i n
'"l. . K. r.'i i . all ul Hum,, Oregon.
Wm. kk. Ilaglater.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'MIKII HI ATKH I.ANII UKKIi I
llurna, Oregon, Jl.t'emuer I, lui.l
Null... la hereliy given that William n Hull
nan nl Amlrcwa, uregnti. aaalgnue uf h.lwln
W. Hlialillllg, aaalgneuo? Kanule I'lak. 1. 1 ilia
I'rak.t, Anna t'ni'li ami Hvrul A rilng tlm au,
heir ol tiaorga A h ling, iln eartatl, haa III..I In
HiIh i. nu r lug aiiiilltiatlon to attter tltnl.-r anr
Him zi, Ktivlaail Hiatiili'a nl the Hnlieil Ntiil.a,
Iho NW1,.',, her. 2,T. linrl., II a.1 K., W kl
llliigi.n Tii-i'lfcl Nil. II. III.
Any ami all (leraona i-laliuiug ailverai It ihti
laml .leacrlhiitl, or ilaalrlng to olijerl MkMUM "l
ID, iiiliu-ial i haiH. li i "I il" laml, or Inr an
Other riiagun, to tin- illalMtgal to ainllt'ant,
ahuiilil lllu il" it afflilavlt of iiroteil In HiIh
uflii ur lielnre lha lutlttlay nl January, IUH,
Wat. KaakK. Knglaler,
rlial iiiililliallnn In i inlui III. ItllH.
I.ai t'liliil' iilliiii January 17. lull
NOTIOI KOIt PUBLICATION.
I'Nri'KIIH'i'ATKH I.ANII IIKHIK, I
Ititina, tltugiiu, lii'i'fiiilii'r, H, llli:l
Nullva la hereby given thai the Kiigeue It
MargW, nl Huiua. lliegun. who nu April IJ, liuiu
ami Jnuu li, lul'J, reatitu'tlvely. ma.1.1 Hun.,
email Kultlea, Nog ll.TOIIi Unll7. lor NW'.iiiiI
Nh't, hi'.'lli.u I.I. r,.wnalil. 'JliH , Itangn ') IC
Wlllame'le Mi'iiillaii, line lll.'il iiulli'e ol luti'ti
Hun in make h I ual three year HrtHtl. to aalalillah
rlalm tu the laml almvu Uaa.illuetl, lieloru
Kaglalar aud Iteeelver, al Hurug. (iregou. 011
Ilia lllth .lay ol Jauiiaty, 11114.
I'lalnianl iiainea aa wltllegteg:
llavu Miller, II H Heyliolill. Juliu I'. Fay,
lloaerl A Miller, all of Hutu,, Ortgou.
Wm r-aaag. Hvgl.ui
Butterick patternn at Luna
burR, Dnlton & Co. 52tf.
Clean Med barley, the six row
ed variety, rained on new jrround
and entirely free from other
need, li cento per lb. Vic.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNITKDHTATKit I.ANII OHTH'lt. j
lali'Yli'W, otegiin, Inirinliri vv, Ivln.l
HUT roll l.HI
Notltl' la herein glvon lhal Anion hoealmr h
er, of File, oreHon. it ho. on Aiigunl .' I'ln, I
made HotneiltailKlitiy, Noll.lall',. Inr HW'.HW'a
net'. II, ei',nr..., rr. ,rr ,,,.,-,. , .. ,, ;m, wv- .
lion 711, Tnwiillilii JS H . Ilatige.'ll K . Willamette
Meridian, hag nl.,1 noil I Intention to make
Anal throe tear I'roof, tu eatahllah rlalm to
the land ahove deatirllied, hefore I'harlel A.
Kherinan. I' I. i oiniiilaal r. at Kile, Oregon,
an Ilia 71b day ul Fuhrtiary. lull
t'lalinatll iininea na wllneaaea
loaeph Hlreel. Henry Htreet. Ivlwitnl Hlreet,
J i in Wllann all ul I He, ortigon.
Jag. Hligogaa. Iteglaler
NOTICE Foil PUBLICATION,
i Mil n KaVM I.anii orrioi
lllloiB, Oregon, llet tinhrr .'t, IVla.
Nolli-ii la herehy glvett thai Jogeih J.
Itnileka. ol Hnrna. oregnit. who on April '77.
HilJ. made Homealri.il l.nlry No, iivwi. lor
Nil 4, HW-, NW',, Hee. II, lail I anil HK'.NK',,
Herlllill t, Towtiallli 711 H Itangn 711 K,
vMilainrtie Methilati, haa hied not Ira ul In
tention lo maka Una) t'ommutatlni, I'ruol, lo
eatahllgh riaim lo tun land ahove deaerlbad,
hefore Heglit'i'i atnl llerelvrr, al llui n". otrgon,
tin the Hltlt dg) nf Kithrttary. I'll
t lalmgnt namea aa wllneaaea'
i harlryW l.ewla,ol Narrow,. Oregon. Hugh
M I Inlou, Jay W lay hoth ol llurna, Oregon
I hriiilorr Jiilhy. of Sat row a, Oregon
Wm I tutor, Hrglaltir.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
IIHITKU KTATr." l.HtiOrrMK i
Hiirita, riKn". Ikti'iiiIht ' W I
lo halay Minltli, no v Ji'lTrlra nf unknown atl
1 It ft I .ii.l i i'
Vim art- Lwrll itoliriril lhat War. I rrank
i.iiiiu who kI via Marriman, Oregon asms i.oat
t.ni. . ei.'lr.'a-... on lirifinlwr At It, lBl, file In
Uiis ntlH'e lila 'lul i orrolNiiaii-it i.ijUation to
roalOOt ami pOPoro the ram-ellailon of your
ii.ini.-ira.l (Act fell r.t. I'hwj, Kerlal No. wolO
m.i- Marrh Mlh, I'tl;!. for HK't. of HtM'tlotl IV,
an. I tin- I'.' of NK'g.of ROOtloB BO. and I ho W'i4
ofUiBNWC of Heotlott W, iovni.ili ."'. ftiulli,
KoOffoBA, Kast. Willainotlo Mrrhluo, ami aa
groumla for his MOtOBl - BJIOMB lhal imlsy
sinilti, now Jeffrlei, ttevor tnado aelllriin-iil.
roaideocB 01 InpyofornoBll unoti aahl entry,
thai aho ahali1iM-l II ami left the couutrt
IniiiH'dtatoly after mailing (he entry, ami haa
iimr ffliiin,-l lo II in i iiltlvatrtl aainr, ImiI
thai aaiil aliemlounii'iit i oiiihiiifa to on time
ant! for more than all monlha iaat nani.
, mi iir, thorefort. tut that noil lied lhat the
-1.1 allegallone will !. taken hy Oils on.tr aa
hoeing boon oonfanBQ ly lOV, ami your aald
i n try Mill bfl ani'i-li ) thereumior whiiuut yuur
furthor right to DO heard thorelu. either liefore
till ottlt r or Otl BPpOBl.M JfOU fall to Hie hi thla
oMm wllhln Iweiily dBVI BftBr Iho KtM'llTM
niiblhaMoii of Uii" iiothc, aa aliown botoWi
i.iir BOBWOff u mli' r oath, BpBOlBoolf mt'otlng
and rrM.ximlli.g to theae alloiaO.m of ctilrat,
or If )oti fall within that llBBB ' Hlo In thla
oflOBdUB tr.hif that oO haw BtrVod BOOpy M
)mr atiawi-r on ttu- alil PODtostoal oltboj In
l.r tw or or M i eg let i nd luall. If title BOfvleO le
iiisiIp L) the delivery of n nop) of your anawi-r
to I In' cotitratalit In pBfOOO, prOOf Ol aUfh in
Vice must iHieltlnr Om- all i onteitant a wrltt n
i It ion. I .1kimi til of lili rorolpt of the eupy,
.1, .v Mia the tlat. of lit trt (ni. or tlo- aflltlaUt
of the (M-iaoo ) whom tin- dollTOr WBJ made
tlat in it when and w here iho tuipy waa dtlUi r
id. If inado b 'OglBtBrod mall prinif of tiuli
BBfTlrO rnnsl i-utislat of 1 1n- afllda II of tin- r
moo ly whom the BOp m tnallotl, staling
when and tin- pool 001 to w nil h li wee BBoihra
ml thla afTliln It muat be BOOOmBftolM hy the
iiituiaati r'a recelnl for thl h'O'-r.
Yon Htioul'l a(ah hi nmr . . t l Im narnr of
the i'-ipi offiif in wnleb von djoofef ftouto
mil h fi to In- t-nt lo ) ..li
Wm. r ahhk, Hi'iflstrr.
Hate of Bral pablleoiloa Dot BBiboJ i lb 11 1
hati nf Booond nubltroUoa lioconbor 10, if II
llateof third mi t.ll. atloii h. i n.l r .'. . I'll
hair of fouilh pt.htli-aHnu Januar) nl, l'it
Notice lo Crodilora.
In tli. in. itlri id (tio Ktiitt- id John II
iaio ft, iK'itiihciI.
Koltoi a lunlv givtfl 1 1 1 c 1 1 l Ik- utiilrr
si u; nr. 1 luu been Appointed ailiuinistrit
tor !! th above Km it led Covii )y unltf
of tin-lliii), .i .no Thompson, Jndgtof
tin- OoeUstj Conrl HftrM Oonniji
Onyon, AH MiHfui liiiMti rlniniN
iiK'uiim aititl ratutt- tor lirrcliv notilint
0 pi cHcnt Mi. -in (Inly fg rind iiH liy I'tw
iiijumi! tO the A tliiu tjiHt t nlur (it Itiniii,
OragOD Of i J. W HiXKi -ii attorney
At Ina tilluv at BnrOo. OngOH within mx
months from ths oots i thr ilrat poblW
Cmtlon '! lliii unltr,
I nsi pabUcfittoB NoTi -'- li'l't.
PAUL I I N k I : .
Adiiiiiiist mtoi BstStS of John tl. mi
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
homes- -geldings and mares for saie.
I have instructions to sell at once
and for cash and will make the
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Ka. luaivr for Surgical, Medical and Confinement Cain
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"S.u . eaa in ll.iapital work ia only allaine.l by cloac and (killed attention tu
detaili by trained Attendant."
DRS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Ore.
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free Camp I louse and Feeding Privileges in Corral
or Itarii. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
Guaranteed Hot Water Bottles
and Fountain Syringes
Saturday Evening Post
All Rubber Goods Guaranteed Two Years
Rexall Drug Store
REED BROS. Props.
DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS DURING JANUARY SALE
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DmfM MTATaa l.kNli lirritg. I
lltiriia.Ori.goli, Iirrnnbcr IS, IWIS i
Nntlre la Iteraby givvtt lltat Join, J. Oarrliit-r,
.. .... u.a.... u,,.,. ii I imcm , I.,. r '.' ItMta.
nia.li- lliitnralrail Ktttry. No. ultx Inr K!4 t
HikIIoii 4, Tiiai.ahl. VI h . KaltgaJUfc. Wllla
ini'lta Mnrlillati. Uaa lllnl noil. ol Int. Itlloli lo
iiiak'- llnal tlitvr ).ar Pml, lo eaulillglt rlalm
to thr laml alwvr ilaarrloril, balora Haglalri
atirl It.. -I-. .1. al Hitriia. llrrgoit. M IM Ma
tar nl January, ml:.
t laltnaDt tiantra aa wltnraii.'a
I'arantu A llyile. Hank KcgrlBl. tlrov.r N.
Jalii.ao. . li.atri lialloli all nl lining, llrrgoit
Mm. I .an. Krglalar
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ISI'Irll tTATaal 1. A N I. 'iHH V.
Ijakrvlrw, llrrg.in. NoviiiiIh r I,. HI
XOT ton. Utlli.
Sotlirla lirrrliy gin n that t'larrtu-c Lggtgf
Wliltr ol Flla, "ngoli, who. on Janiiari .'I.
Illlii. made lloinral.ait Kntry i Ail Krb Iv, ItkWi,
No irvaraV, lor hK'. s' m', NK',. nr',
K','. h.i tlon I". T.iwttalilji Jl M.llai'grAt
K "illlaoirllr MrrMlan. haa rflril iiollrrnl In
tntion lo in,!. Final Tbraa Vrar Pied lo n
tal'llah i lalin 10 lha laml above .Ira. rlliril. be
Inrr 1'haa A hheriiian. U s I'o.i.tnlB'loner. al
rlfa ling.,,. on thr luth ilay ol January, I'.ill.
I lalmanl namea aa wlttirgara
Jnilli iinvi, htanle. Hall.nir, Katrirl
hi.. .!, Join. I'atinh allot Kllr Hr.goi
Jaa. K lli'ai.gv-. Rrgl.i.-
No PICK FOB PUBLIBATION.
l'HITglihrTl'. I Jn iiKIIi g. I I
llurna. llrrgoit. January , I'll I
alaaalaa ba t,..r.-l.v al.i o lhat Jamra VI i o trill.
..( Huiiia. in. g..n. ho, oil July I, l'. mail.
llumralaa.l Hilry. No u.C.41. tor Htt '4. Ha lion
III Toivlial.lp .'.. J.. Kange .' K, ttlllanir: r
M.-rlillau. haa lll.-.l liotlte nl llitinll. n to rrakr
nttal three tear 1'rtK.I, lo i-glaullek rlalm I.
lha laml alMive .learrllaril, belorr Itrgl.li-r ami
It.'.rlver, al Hurtta, Oregon. "It tin- luih ilay ol
,'lalinanl Itatnra aa wlturaar
Mirri Wo.,il. Albert II Uage, All.e .- lieu
in I. I Hwark all ol Burn, .Oregon.
a I .Kg,. Kagtgter.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
rSITKKHTATF.J I ADO OFH. I
Itttrn, Itrrgoti. Ileerutliel IT. 1VI3.
Not nr la hereby given lhat t lltToril lirotia
uaek.ol Narrowa. Ilregou. who, on Januar) 1.
mil, utaile llotaeatrail Kulry, No. u'..'i.i. lor
1',-KV Har. Nl NV',HW, aiol gW'.M"',,
Herllon a.'i, Towtlahlii H., Itangi- .( K
Joilth Hal lii'tir I .'. Willatn. -It.. Meri.llan. haa
flla.1 notlre ol Inteutlon to make Anal thtee year
lirool, to eatabllah rlalm lo the laml alive le
a.'lll-rU. Iialore Hrgletcr ami Hrerlti-r. al
Ituriia. iitrgoii.oiiihe AUIt ilay ill January. I'll
t'lallttaul numea aa wltlieaera
liner I' Kern, lieorge W. I awlrtrlil. William
K llatria, Kemler I.. Ila,a, all ol Narrowa.
Wt. Faaag. Koglater.
SATISFACTORY STORE U
We reserve nothing. .All Dry
Goods, Dress Goods, Furnish
ing Goods and Clothing to be
included in this Sale. Prices
are reduced so that evetything
offered will move.
N. BROWN & SONS
The Quality Store
And o it my full line of
RUFF and V-NECKED SWEATERS, POP
UN CLOTH, SERGES, GINGHAMS, MAC
KINAW, SHEEP LINED and LEATHER
COATS, WINTER HATS and CAPS
Allover Lace, Embroidery, Flannel Shirts,
Woolen Hose, Lined Gloves, Woolen Un
derwear and the
"- 1 aaalPWl
I also pack one of the Rest Stocks
of Groceries to be had anywhere
A. K. Richardson
5;77" ' '
The Owl for
Dally train each way
Oregon points and
sleeping car (Berths
$1.00) First class
Save a Day
From Central Oregon
" I Its fluid's
8:30 p in
8:48 p m
9:10 p m
D:24 p m
10:02 p m
10:20 p m
10:30 p ni
8:10 a m
Prompt dispatch of freight, between Central Oregon and Portlaft
and Portland and Eastern cities.
Connections made in Portland to and from Willamoti. alley
Astoria and Clatsop Beach points, Puget Sound. Spokane. M.'iitani
Colorado, St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and Chicago.
Fares, Time Schedules, and other information by letter, or upo"
R. H. CROZ1ER, J. H. Corbett, Agt.
Aaai. (irn'l Paaa. Agrnl, Portland, Or. Bend, Ore
W. C WILKES. A..t. Gen'l Freight & Pan. Agent, Port l.u, J On
OUR NEW GOODS
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements
MANY NEW LINES
have been added and all goods will be
sold at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
All the news in The
Work and Dress
For MEN, WOMEN
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
To Central Oregon
Leave Portland 7:00 p i
Arrive Madras t:00 a i
" Metolius 6:15 a I
" Culver 6:28 s I
" Terrebonne 7:08 a,
" Deschutes 7: 13 at
Tirnes - Herald for $2.0f