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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1914)
The Better that Men get Acquainted
with our Clothes the better
They Like Them
The styles arc the newest and
most pleasing creations of the
country's foremost designers.
The tailoring Ik (Ik- best obtain
able. The fabrics arc 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
Ihe ftimrs-lfcrraf i?
SATURDAY. JANUARY 17. I'M I
n.vially because of it being nn
off season last year in favor of
tlic later maturing kinds. It is
pretty safe to say, however, that
neither the (iolden Vine or Prus-
ian nine is going to be the best.
Roth are late, too late in fact,
bouU have shown to advant-
i ; year if at all. Then too,
:iu re is such a diversity of con
ditions of soil and climate thro Jgr-
il i he county that the best will
have to !e tried out under these
The usual legal procedor. m,ms 0()nditions in order lo
not observed by the count lourl determti the variety best suited
in selecting the official u.h localiXy, Thjs wj
narney county ai inenrc iQM wUh thfi ,. the gub.
tat ions and co-operators. The
of court The rmies-M.-i-aal was
not notified that the courl
ready to take the matter up or
make a selection as no
paper had been designate d f
several years. It m nol
to submit a list of its robe
although it would ha v.
had it been notified. The man
agement will not rater any pro
test as the compensati"-.
worth quarreling about, bin
feels the court has not act i fair
ly in the matter.
Experiment Station Notes.
By I. K
have had to
Hum m II ri
so far pub
do with Winter
in the fall of 1912.
In taking up the iprin
will begin with what .
me the most important
that can be grown in this county
at the present time on thi
age dry land. This crop i
Peas. I will try to make my
reasons clear for calling it the
most important annual, in the
course of this article.
About thirty five acres of
were grown by the Experiment
Station this year, ncludi d
this acreage was a number of ( -periments
with peas as to the
proper rate of seeding per acre,
the proper manner ofplai
the comparative value of
and wheat grown under vat low
similar conditions, a variety trial
in which sixty nine kinds were
represented and pstehei of from
one tenth acre to several sen of
varieties which seemed promis
ing last spring, sown that the
seed might be multiplied in ordt i
to be able to supply th'- people
who wish to get a start of thi
To give s complete account of
the sixty nine varieties tried out
would require too much
A number of the best will be
sadest thing is that our greatest
icreage was of the Golden Vine
in! Prussian Blue varieties, the
only kinds that could be bought
in quantity. Of the most promis
ing yielders only a few pounds
tfrown, all of which must
be used to make new trials with
and to plant to increase the seed
for the following year.
Among the sixty nine varieties
planted there is to be found peas
from every corner of the globe.
Some represent the North with
its short cool and frosty summers
while other! are from the South
lure seasons are long and
warm. And their ancestry soon
to make itself apparent
In 11 a few nights after the peas
lip, a frost came along,
were frosted back to the
ground and nearly all killed,
others were onlv badly nipped,
while a large number were not
1 at all. Then again, some
varieties were so very rapid in
their development that they
tailed to take into consideration
that it might frost again and
ere in full bloom with many
pods set when another frost came
to take its toll. Others were not
injured by this frost but were so
cry slow in blooming that they
i only partly made their crop
n hen the fall frosts came to stop
i hir growth. But happily, there
was a large number which made
full use or the frostless portion
of the summer and made full
crops without damage. Ancestry
has a powerful influence with
plant life as well as with the
animal kingdom. Without the
proper parentage, it is difficult
indeed lor any plant to adapt it
self to new surroundings, a fact
which is true of a same variety
grows for years under unlike
conditions as well as of different
varieties. After all these varie-
t ies of peas have been grown here
Died -At the home of her
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
IfeHcee, on Monday, January 12.
Mrs. Charlotte C. Beadles, age
70 years, 8 months and 21 days.
The cause of her death was
Deceased had been a visitor at
the home since last fall, having
come out from her home in
Decatur, Illinois, on account of
the condition of her son, Albert,
who was to undergo an operation
as a means of obtaining relief
from an injury to the skull of
long standing. Mrs. Beadles
also visited here a couple of years
ago. Her illness was short and
her death a shock as she was
thought to be recovering, but a
turn for; the worse came during
Sunday night and her advanced
years was against her recovery.
Mrs. Beadles, whose maiden
name was Hopkins, was Ixirn in
Ohio in 1848. She was married
to Wm. T. Headles in 1862. the
latter died in Decatur ten years
ago. There were twelve children
born to Mr. and Mrs. Beadles,
eight of whom survive her. Mrs.
McIIose and Albert Beadles be
in the only children here.
Funeral services were held at
Instructors in Short Course.
Supt. Breithaupt of the Ex
periment Station received a
telegram Wednesday announcing
the inatructors provided by the
agricultural college to conduct
the short course in Burns on Feb.
16-21. There will be five in
structors this year and the course
will embrace considerable of in
terest that was not given last
Prof. H 1). Scudder of the
agronomy department and Prof.
E. I j. Potter of animal husbandry,
who were here last year are two
of the instructors; also Dean
Calvin of the domestic Bcience
department. In addition to these.
E. L. Sitz in dairying, and Mrs.
Dolman, also of the domestic
science department, will take
part and give lectures The lat
ter will devote herself to home
nursing, house sanitation and
The committee recently ap
pointed by the Commercial Club
has already been at work, hav
ing gone before the county court
and asked the assistance of that
body toward assisting in making
the short course a success. The
entire court most willingly con
sented to giving the course sub-
the family home on Monday j stantial support 1 he committee
evening, conducted by Dr. Ben-1 is also arranging to send out a
son of the Presbyterian church, circular letter to the farmers of
given along with the common several years, better results
varieties, the Golden Vine and hould be had from every one of
Prussian Blue, which are aboul
the only kinds which can l
commercially, for sake of com.
Deceased was a member of the
First Presbyterian church of
Decatur. The remains were
hipped to the old home being
accompanied by Mrs. McIIose
and her little daughter, Charlotte.
Mrs. Beadles was a lovely lady
who had inaoe many friends in
Bums through her amiable dis
position and tine Christian
character. Iler death was par
ticularly sad and many friends
extend their deep sympathy to
the bereaved relatives.
Uied At the family home in
this city, on Monday. Jan. 12,
of pneumonia, Henry Richardson,
aged -44 years, three months and
Deceased had been ill but a
short time, but his physical con
dition was such that he could not
withstand the dread disease and
his end came quickly.
Deceased had resided in Burns
since 1884 where he had been en
gaged in business and had many
friends. Mr. Richardson first
engaged in the butcher business
but in the early 90' he associated
himself with Thos. Stephens and
they built the Burns hotel which
they conducted for several years.
In 18!8 Henry was elected county
clerk and again in 1900, serving
two terms. During all these
years he hail a reputation for
honesty and reliability and en
joyed the confidence of practically
every man in Harney county. He
had recently been engaged in the
saloon business but closed it the
first of the year and had intended
going to some other place before
again engaging in business.
He was married to Miss Nora
Goodman in 1893 and is survived
by the widow and four children,
James, Henrietta, Madison and
Ruby. His parents reside at
Weiscr, Idaho, but were prevent
ed from coming to the funeral on
account of sickness. Both are
advanced in years and spent a
part of last winter here with
Funeral services were conduct
ed by Rev. Beebe of the Baptist
church at the family home on
Tuesday afternoon, a large num
ber of his old time acquaintances
being present to pay their last
respects to a man whom they had
known so well and for whom they
had a high personal regard.
The bereaved family have the
sympathy of a wide circle of
the county outlining the course
and extending a hearty invitation
to attend. This letter will also
carry a hearty welcome from the
business men and citizens of
Burns and tendering the hospit
ality of the city to the visitors.
The suggestion to arrange for
the care of those who desire at
the fair grounds was favorably
taken by the committee and a
stove will be placed in the!pavilion
and hay placed at the barns that
those who desire may stay th ii
and also keep their teams at the
i i .. -
23.55 bu. per A.
18.;; bu. par. a.
21.65 bu. per A.
22.60 bu. per A.
I nam, and perhaps some of those
that did poorly this time will be
tha lst in years to come.
Peluschka 22. GO bu. per A.
20.71 bu. per A.
.21.18 btl, per A.
.2G.:m; bu. per a.
88,54 bu. ir A.
.89.18 bu, per A.
. 15.00 bu. per a.
.21.18 bu. i
21. 05 bU. i
10 a. m. Sunday School.
1 1 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Church
service, Morning theme; "Ab
salom, the Politician." Evening
theme: "A Runaway."
Tuesday evening, cottage pray-
i meeting at Whiting's
Thursday evening cottage
prayer meeting at Owsley's
Friday evening choir practice
Of course there were varieties Kememner tne aate or tne
which went a great deal I the aaricultund short course. Feb.
poorest making a little ov '-2.
bushels, but the greater number I Special educational reel that
went better than fifteen bushel ' wjjj interest the children tonight
per acre. Just which variety is : at Tonuwama, also good comedy.
going to prove best is hard to say Usual four-reel program tomor-
frotn only one year's results, es I row night.
Died At the family home in
this city on Sunday. Jan. 11,
Barthold Buchele, aged 53 years,
three months and 26 days.
Deceased was a native of
Germany and came to this sec
tion in 1907 entering a homestead
near the Warm Springs on which
he had made proof. He came
here for the benefit of his health
being afflicted with lung trouble
and this wa.i recently complicated
by a cancer in the throat. He
was engaged in the butcher
business in this city for a time
and was well known. Mr.
Buchele is survived by his widow
and three children, Miss Emma,
Edwin and Mrs. E. B. Brown, the
latter now residing in California
Mr. Buchele was a quiet man who
was well respected by those who
knew him. Having suffered from
illness for many years he show
ed ureal fortitude in being al
ways genial to his acquaintance
and companions. His wife and
children are highly respected by
the people of this section and
have the deep sympathy of all
Funeral services were held at
the Catholic church Thursday
morning and the body was laid
to rest in the Burns cemetery.
i a.llal Mat RaM in
I'nillvlileil roltta U-ae eal-aiiaee
HI MM ' '' '
National Hank Solea iiuialau.lliia M.UMI IW
DurlooiU.r Ntl"iil Hank l.aul "
lulllluald.MKlla lulilMI to i-eek MK.fllaul
liemeinl rertlaratea ol dapo.lt t.tOA SU
Ttma CartlSeaira gj d.puell. M M '
aelilet a rbecka outatadhi ' 'ai ."
lolla.1 HUM lwpoella It.eaanl
roatal Havluaa llla -l 06
HTATK Of tlRKt.oN.J
ouwt ir II Aa I
I.J.I, (laull. faalili'i ( th. almv iiain.-l
nana, do eulelillity .wear that tb. .lxive .1.1.
tnaiit la Irua to the !-.! ul luy iuowlr.1f. ami
J. I. O.l IT. I aalilrr
e. A Unite
., A HHVTii
J.IHa D. Ilal
riuttaorlbed and aworn to bafora ma thla tiilh
'! ol Jan. Ittla
iHaali N..l.n i-ul.ll.' lor Dragon.
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10:30 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at 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
B.al tough Madic.na for Children
"lam very glad to say a few
words in praise of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy" writes Mrs.
Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis.
"I have used it for years both
for my children and myself and
it never fails to rejieve and cure
a cough or cold, ajo family with
children should be without it as
it gives almost immediate relief
in oases of croup." Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is pleasant
and safe to take, which is of
great importance when a medi
cine must be given to young
children. For sale by all dealers.
Tonawama tomorrow night.
County Court Business
(Continued from page 1)
Dr. J. W. Geary re-appointed
health officer for the year.
A portion of the license of Geo.
Parker collected nt July term re
funded on account of the hotel
and saloon being destroyed by
A. O. Faulkner appointed
county road master for the entire
county for the year nt a salary
of $3600 per year.
The following were appointed
road supervisers: J. W. Vander
pool Dist. No. 1; T. B. Hill, No.2;
C. H. Wilson. No. 3; J. O. Alber
son No. 4; Roland I lank ins, No.
HARD WHEAT HIGHER.
Il ia th intention of th Burnt Flour
Milling Co. lo pay I 1-2 cant, par lb. for
good, hard milling wheat neat year.
Il mutt be good and aland a teat of SO
Iba. to th l.uahel, free from other grain
rrd and amut. Hard wheal will bring
IS canla per 100 morn than aoft wheal.
I he Company recommenda Turkey
Rd for fall towing and Blue Stem, Min
rteaota Red and Auatralia Whit Chaff
for apring aowing.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE AT MUX.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
iniikii STATU1 I IrTDOrTKB.
Lgaegfit V, OffPffM. Dgggggagf 77, ivlk.l
nor ggaa i m-
Villi i la Meal lvn that Alitnli H.ieebarh
er. of rite, oraflota. who. mi Aagoal ifto,
made II" at rail Kutrr, Soituajf., lor NWi.W1,
ee. U. V,NK',, HK'.hK',. he.' I- S',.H.-(
tl. .ii I, low iialili- l . II. !..( r Will.ineile
Marl. Hall, haa Bird notice of Intention lo make
final LarM 'ear FfOOf. to eatahllah claim to
the land al-o.e dcaerthad, before i harlea A.
-hrriii.ti I' i niiiiniaaloner. at rile. Oregon.
oil the 7lb day ol r- l.ril.ry. 1 -1 a
'lalni.nl naniea aa wllneeece
loeeuh Mm I. M-nry Htroel. I.I... ..I Mtreel,
nn Wllaon all ol in., Oftgaa
lag. V lltaoaaa, Ileal. it
Kr.Mtrt nf (lift i tmtlltl.iu nt the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS.
In the Vtale of Orerml, at the . loae of l.o.l
iiea. Jan. l.iih 114
ar-.o a. a.
I ..aii. .lot il....utii PUN 17(1 .'?
Overdrafta. tecured and nnaectir.d
DM, II. no a ...ae. or. circulation
tl. ri Honda lo aecura II H liepoellt
i..iii. 1 aeeura t'o.tl Hatluia
nlher handa to acme I' X. Keuoalla
I . I lire I'oelel Mat llif. l .! l. '..'
rreiiiliim. on f Honda I.ITJ1 on
Honda, aweurllla. eta TS.atl N
Hanking bout. furniture an-1 rlxnti.a 7. ..'4 ..'
Oth.r Kaal Fatale. owned mioo
Hue Iron, National Hanka iBOt r
SM from Hi. I. and l-naal Hank.
and genkere. Trua Cowpanlea. and
Having K. nka
line from appro. ..I reaer.e agal
becka and other caab Itema
Kirbanielori l.arlug llouae
NOW of other National Hanka
Fractional paper .urrency. nl.-keU,
I i'i. atoMar Ha.aa.a I Man
I .-(.-I teti-l. -i nol.-a .. . 7UO0 il.i.l
Kedanptloii lund with I.' H 1 r.aaur
r (6 par cant of ir i.i.tion,
NOTICI FOR PUBLICATION,
t'Miriii -Tiiitn I. a Nit OrrMi
ilii' iii. Oit'Kiif., lt rliikr -.". IS.
N..ii - i- hr t.y glv n lliNt Jik-.h J.
Hmii . ! I'uriii, OrMMi, Mtin tin April 'J"l,
il:. inA.it iiMiiir(...i, Xnlry So. oamv, (or
l-.t 4, HW, NW'a, Hit t. Ja.t I Mt.it Mtl,I.K'4,
rWilmi .. rWfi,,l.p . H.. lUiiirr VV K.
A HUtiirllf MirMlk.ll, li lllril liof of lU-
inithrit i in)tfl rinat ( utiiitilHitin, I'mof, to
Atillsti i Itt'in In llir )tiit hIniTv ii- rllfrtl,
im. fur iis'ri toil Id rlvi-r, nt ItitMis, Orrfon.
tin i In- it. ll i) uf r'riirtury, luM
risjimsini nimei ihii-ii'
rtaatrlrv W Utwls.of Narrowa, tirrKoii tlun
M ll.!"h. Jay W lay, ...Ml, of liurtik. (rKin
I'hrtxliirr Jrllt j, f NarmWi, (Jrettoii
Wm Fait, Hlaur
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DWITIO "TAts t.U Dlrld '
Hiirns, OrttfOPi January 7, 19)4
N.tlii r ! It.-ril v it I i-n thai Mali Ion Mutt lit tit.
ut II inirjr , OrOfOS. who. OP NoVMbr . IVIi,
mule II i'oI Katty. Nn i-..ti. (or N't,
Hon . Townatitn .:; . Hmuv -" , I Wll
iiim-ii.- Mrii-liati. has lili-.l nnlliv nf Inlcnllun
to tnakr Una! oniiim tatl'm I'mof. lo is(atllah
i' i Bint lo Hi.- lanO hImiu' ilrarrllit'1, larlorr Kit
HttOI and l(fivr at Hurts orpgoti, Of) tM
i. tUy of rrlruarjr, lU
i Ui uant iiantra aa wliiifir
Rot on s Hnti ln-iis, Arthur Thumpaon,
i-f.-.i llaHi. p llarpolla PlftOWO, llol llarnry,
a fall Mat Itf Ktafif
DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS DURING JANUARY SALE
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STORE
Wo 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
llxi Hun. sa 1. 1. 1 No i-7ir.
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION.
fMTKI KTATK- I.AMl UKPIi'K
Huma, 4irgun. DrrcMil-ar w. )y3
Nollrt-la hfrtihy kIih that Um Norlhcrn I'arlflr
Kail war roui 'Mli . wln.f l-oat uffti r aiMrrsa la
Ht. I'aui. Mllinisi.la. lik:M--"'ihla of I'l-n-r..
brr 1 '1 I fllr.l In Hup i.fl... Its aillrloll to
aolsx-t uh'lrr tha ro lalolia of th- art ol n
uras ainn..i-'i nih I. 1M (u Hlai Av7 tt)J.
SK,AWi4 Nr- l'r r. tt, k a6Kul. W M
HrrUI N OII7.'.
inatnlai; i i raoiis i lalitilns; a vrraulf th
lamia tra tUhmI or tlralfllijl lo obtr let cium
of Um hi I nu rot i liara-t t of tin I ami, or for aii y
other ffk.f.r.1 to lh.- illaouaal to kmIIomH,
ahoultl niti Ihvlr amilavlta of r.tat In this
ufnia, on or ln-fi.ri' ihr '..irl 1av of l.niary
W M hH, K.uiilrr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'nufii. MTaraa Lam. oral. a. i
liiirna. oraron. Ileeambar U. IPia I
Notice la hereby given that John J. (Jar.lner.
of ilium Dragon, who, on liecarulMir I, I9na,
iii.iI. llomealeail Entry No. 'iu.lv lor rUHVY1,
Haetlon 4, Toarnahlp i( H. Hang SO K , w Ilia
men Morlitlan, haa fllerl noll.e ol Ini. ntl.m to
make filial Ihiee-year I'ronf. lo ratal. Hah lalnt
to th land above .laarrlberl, uelore lt.-al.l-r '
ami Receiver, at Hnrna. Oregor, on the l"lli
.lay ol January, ivlt.
i lalmani i.ainra aa wllncaaea
r-ara.ni. A llyue. frank Hegrlat. llror.r N.
Jan.. ''. i heater lialloli all ol Huma. Oreimn.
Wn r.lM. Kcrlater j
NOTICI FOR PUBLICATION. I
t'MTrli tt. l.aei, iirrur i
I k" . lew Oi.-aon. In ri'l.Hi.'r 19. I 'IS
hot gaag i am.
Notice la hereby given that Henrv W Kt-r
Ikiw. of t'lfr, llfreon. alio, on July I .lh IVIO.
made lloinialrail Knlrj. No inaoi for Hi,sK..
rwc It. ami Sr.'..H. .-3. Mr'.NW4. We. tion N,
TmrnahlliJ-.-H. Kan. .' K lllam.-llr Mer.llan
haa fllaU liollce of luteufluh to make llir.
Year I'rool. lo caul, II. Ii i lain, loth l.iol .1
.leeerltied. helora I'haa. A. Pnerinaii. 0 I
lonitntMlonrr, al fife. Oregon, on lne Mth
-lay of Jann.rv. mil.
i lalmani nemreaa alluea.
Jam. a llaon. I'aul Wernr, A. Ii-hi'i
backer, all ul PW. Oregon, au.l ' . I'. Mile.,
of H.rnea. Dragon
Jaa. f . Bre..a-. Heglrter.
NOTICI FOR PUBI.IMATION.
DHffBlt teTATM l.aM' iirrn k. j
fiurn-. it kirn. Jaiiui :.. IfH
Noll, c It lirrrli) !. R Ihal Jatnta tt t'o4 trill
.f Hurna. Ol on. who. M July I, I'AW, mal
lloniatstfa.1 Kulry. No ux.41. for ' Ho in
Stt TotfDRblp a H.. Hang X2 K , IIUrurtr
Mrrtillan. haa nii-.i nollre ol inti-n't-n to n 1.1
final thrrr rar I'rtKif, to i-atat-llh rlalui 'o
lhalanil alOY .taairll-"! . Ix-forr UtK:tr and
Krlvr, at Burnt, On-gnn. on thr 10th day of
rialmant natnfa as witneaat
1lkcrt Wood. AM--rl II. liagK. ll- H HU
int. i - m-t't. kill of Hii-iis Oregon.
Wm KaaaftK. Hvglalrr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1 SI1KDHTATKS I AMI OWflCM
Horns Oregon, tKtcuibr 17. it
Notuc la lirrcLy gl.i-ii that I Itfford Oroua
tMrflk, of Narrow a, Orrgon, who, on Januart 14
1911. mua lloafl.-atrad Kulry, No. uUii. for
KUSKU, v M: N'4Htt' and hw-4nw ..
N-rlloo ML Townablii j- 3., Kaugt au K
t Hout.. Malheur Lake, Wlllaruetle Marldian.haa
falml notice uf litlcullooto uiahe final ttiraw-yaar
lToof. to i-atat.lltli rlalm to ttm land al" de
arilbad, haforv Keglater and Krcrlvir, at
liiirm. i ifgon, oo thr AHh day of January, lu
lalinaot nataea aa linrgart
Hoaa C, Kern, titHtrfo W. ( awlPvhl, William
llama, H.Tiilfr ).. Mm. all of Nrrowa.
v K.Ki.p. Keglater
WORK HORSES FOR SALE
I have on hand a number of work
honengeldingtt and marea for Bale.
I have instructions to sell at once
and for cash and will make the
J. W. BIGGS, Burns, Oregon
HARNEY VA1XEY HOSPITAL
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Eiclualv for Surgical, Medical and Confinement Caaa
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Siiiimi in I loapital work ia only attained by cloaa and .Willed attention to
delaila by trained Attendant. "
DR8. STANDARD and HARRIS. Burn. .Ore.
FALL IS HERE
And so is my full line of
RUFF and V-BtRCKED 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
Work and Dress
For MEN, WOMEN
I also pack one of the Rest Stocks
of Groceries to be had anywhere
A. K. Richardson
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CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Owl for Busy People
R.-a I .'.'
Daily train each way
Oregon points and
sleeping car (Rerths
91.00) First class
Save a Day Each Way
From Central Oregon
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.
' ' Terrebonne
9:10 p m
9:24 p m
10:02 p m
10:20 p m
10:30 p m
To Central Oregon
Leave Portland 7:00 p m
Arrive Madras t!:(X) a m
Metolius 6:lf a m
" Culver 6:28 a in
" Terrebonne TKJ8 a in
Redmond Jt2S a in
Deschutes 7:t:i a in
Hi-nil si i, i i m
Prompt dispatch of freight, between Central Oregon and Portlnnd
and Portland and Eastern cities.
Connections made in Portland to and from WQlamatte Valley,
Astoria and Clatsop Beach points. Pujcet Sound, Spokane. Montana.
Colorado, St Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and ChicaRo.
Fares. Time SchedulA. nnH nrtiur infnrm.ti..n i... i ..
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R. H. CROZIER. J H Pr,rK.r A...
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Aaat Genl Pa... Agent, Portland. Ora. tl i r
W. C WILKES. Asst. Gen'l Freight A Pass. Agent, Portland Ore
Guaranteed Hot Water Rottles
and Fountain Syringes
Saturday Evening Post
All Rubber Goods Guaranteed Tvyo Years
Rexall Drug Store
REED RROS. Props.
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
TJi Burns Department Store
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