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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1914)
Don't Ike Wan Spring Days
make you think of that
you will be needing soon?
Easter is not far away, no doubt
you will want a new suit then.
Why Not Order it Now
And be Prepared?
We can furnish you anything
you may want in the suit line. All
tailor made suits guaranteed to fit.
Call and see us whether
you buy or not. We are
always glad to show you
Merchant Tailors and Loading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
if he iaifBm(l
SATURDAY. MARCH 14. 1914
ay pupil to take the examination
unless the teacher has sent a
certiftad statement to the county
Mnfcr superintend! that the pupil has
completed the work as required
It will be appreciated if you
will send in the names of those
$2.00 wno w'" hi ready for the May
i oo examination, at an early date.
7i lours trulv.
L M. Hamilton.
Alfalfa Seed For
Congressman Sinnott writes tin
office that he has had numerous
complaints from this pectioti in
regard to the rabbits and be has
uanvu iiil uiaiii i l' "i"' ' "
proper department with there- Further distribution of free
suit that it has finished him with alfalfa seed for dryland cropping
a synopsis of the latest scientific will be continued for a short
methods for fighting the pests, time until present requests of
Mr. Sinnott has sent some of this Central Oregon fanners now on
information to The Tinn-s-1 Li ali hand have been filled, was the
but since it is not the right sea- announcement made by W. ('.
son to use the means suggested Wilkes assistant general freight
we are not inclined to publish it. and passenger agent of the
One paragraph in the sugges- Oregon Trunk this week. There
tions states: "Experiments to are about sixty requests for seed
destroy rabbits on a large scale now at the general offices in
by inoculating them with i is; as Portland. The first supply se-' Cfc",'Ui'' Takuu for Cwatlyaaea
germs of an infectious nature cured from the government de- j For constipation. Chamberlain's
have thus far failed. " The most partment of agriculture has been Tablets are excellent. Easy to
effective method is by poisoning exhausted. Through the efforts take, mild and gentle in effect.
and the proper formulas are ,,f Senator Chamberlain a liberal (Jive them a trial. For sale by
hen. allowance of the seed was gotten all dealers.
The fact of the matter is that for Central Oregon, the addresses
the farmers of this section have of those willing to try theculture
taken the proper method at la-t ,,f alfalfa being gathered by the
and that in to nrcrnni'e And fenn- I Irucmn TVimlr , tr, .. .1 , ... .
oat the rabbits. This is the nxM Experiment with the alfalfa-fat-, " . " wu
effective method yet and the;.' re tened hogs in other parts of the I,
Chicken dinner at noon Sunday
at the Oregon Hotel.
I. N. Hughet is ill st the home
of Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Comegys.
The ladies of the Firemen's
auxiliary gave a delightful dance
at Tonawama last night which
was largely attended.
Dr. Geo. G. Carl is prepared
for special attention to all dis
eases of eye, ear and nose. Eyes
tested and glasses lilted. 50tf.
Feature pictures at Tonawama
both tonight and tomorrow night.
Two reel feature tonight with a
"cracking" comedy at the usual
price of HI and 15 cent". To
morrow night a fine three reel
production with a comedy drama
at usual Sunday night prices.
K. J. Williams is in town. Mr.
Williams has been imiwrtuncd
by a host of friends to become a
candidate for the office of county
judge, but alter carefully con-i
sidering the matter he has fully
decided not to make the race.
He is grateful to his many friends
for their solicitous consideration
of his name and appreciates the
confidence they have but thinks
it best not to enter the contest at
The announcement of Price
Withers as a candidate for county
judge appears in this issue. Mr.
Withers is one of the substantial
men of the county who enjoys a
wide acquaintance and the con
fidence of the people who will be
glad to have the opportunity of
expressing this confidence at the
primary'- Should Mr. Withers be
the choice of his party and be a
candidate in the general election
this fall he will be the choice of
many of the most substantial
voters of the county.
The Times-Herald has two
gasoline engines for sale. One
four-horse power 1'uirbanks
Morse, one of the best engines
made, the other a Fay & Bowen
marine two-ccle 11-hnmt power
direct connected with an eltctric
dynamo. One of the very best
small light plants ever construct
ed the very thing for a farm
home. The engine can be used
for other purposes as well. These
engines are in first class order
and are as good as new. Either
or both will go at less than cost
as we have installed electric
energy to drive the office machin
ery and have no use for the gas
Mmi i of th. i on.lllli.il ul ih.
HARNEY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK .1 SURNft
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tiaiod bank, doaulamnlr aw.ar that IbaaUn.
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Time to think about garden
reeds. A nice assortment in
cluding onion sets at the Hums
Ii. J. McKinnon & Son have
established a daily stage bet ween
Drewsey and .Juntura. Conner-1
tions made with the trains at,
Juntura and passengers given
every comfort. Fare to Hums
The students of the Harney
County High School are prepar
ing to give the comic operetta
"The Pennsnt" at Tonawama
next Friday night as a benefit
production. It is a school play
that is full of action, clean fun
and catchy music and is em'
entirely within the student body.
It will be a pleasing entertain
ment and no doubt the house
will be well filled with friends of
the school and especially of tnose
taking part in the production.
The admission price has been
made opular and the people of
this vicinity ure assured of an
entertaining evening with their
young friends as hosts. Tin-
tickets will be placed on salt
Wednesday afternoon and tin
box office kept open each after
noon from that date until the
night of the production. Hours
the window will be open are
from :i:M until 5:30 under the
management of members of the
student body entirely.
0LI.lt DAlfSti. Prop.
Comforts of Home
Home Cooking I
Clean Rooms and Beds
Best Iiblc Serrice
Brown's New 1914 Spring Opening
We will be able to show you a new and
complete line of spring 1914 dress goods
in a few days.
These goods, consisting of White Goods,
Ginghams, Pongees, Ratine Crepe, Oriental
Crepes, Crepe De Chine, Voils and Etamines,
will be the latest shown for Spring 1914
New Embroideries and Laces
Spring and Summer Underwear
New Gowns, House Dresses, Skirts
Untrimnted Panama Hats for Ladies
BROWNS SATISFACTORV STORE
The Quality Store
Buy It Because
It's a Better Car
I b Dtlrwl
! partwuUii froM Bar Caraa. Bwraa. OraMi
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NATIONAL BANK OF BUNS.
at tar i i.-ac of Null
going to help themselves.
The proposition suggested by
the Telegram respecting the pay
BMnt of taxes are sane and to
the point There's no earthly
WMMftS) to make a property owner
pay the entire amount of his tax
at one tine, nor is it right to add
sttcfc a penalty. No wonder the
legislature catches fits when such
led tews are enacted. The fact
of the matter is the candidates
who pledge themselves to strict
flamy in the future is the
legislative candidate that will get
support, regardless of his political
eocnpkskwu We need just ordi
nary men of horse sense in the
country give very satisfactory
results and Prof. Thomas Shaw
believes that alfalfa growing is
one of the most important things
the farmer in the semi-arid zone
can undertake. Just as soon as
another supply of the seed can
be had, which will be only a few
days, it is stated, the requests
will be filled, the consiflmments
being about six pounds or enough
to seed an acre. Traffic Manager
Skinner is anxious to have re
ports at the end of the year as
to the growth made and general
No Open Spring Sea-
soa for Shooting.
i: out .
Eighth Grade Exams.
great many letters are
fan with reference to the
for eighth grade examina-
Will likely be of in i
majority of district
the class records of
the rules will he so
ft pupil in the eight
he has made an
am work for
I pei lit and has
tey throuKh "
oath grades aver
86 per ci
exemptku in k
same rate upplieu
to the sixth grade.
All exemptions are
of the County Super
The Harney County Rod &
Gun Club asked the Department
for an open season for water fowl
in the spring and the resolution
was seat to Senator Chamberlain
to present to the proper author
ities. The Journal has a dis
patch in its issue of March 11
Oregon hunters who want the
migratory bird tew changed are
doomed to disappointment Sen
ator Chamberlain who transmitt
ed their appeal to the depart
ment of agricultural today re
ceived a reply from Acting Sec.
retary of Agriculture (teitoway,
"in reference to the request of
the Harney County Sod A Gun
u of Burns. Or., for ancyer.
season during the month of
March, I might add that under
tmt tew no state in the
has say open season at this
the objects of the
') protect the birds
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i. I. W.i-iT.i aabi.,
0. A. anuria
1. On Sundays and Holy duvs
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10:30 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at :;$u a. m.
All other scrvitv.s, besid-.-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 th
Thin it our buaimeia
He hair located in Harney County at
Bums. Office, Tonawama Bldg.
We have large out side connections
who are interested in investments
in this county. These people are
FOR A LIMITED TIME
Sheep & blanket lined coats
A. K. Richardson
WHAT HA VE YOU FOR SALE?
It will be to your interest to ste us
THOMPSON & DEECAN
All the news in The Times-Herald for $2.00
HARNEY VALUEY HOSPITAL
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL'
Eadavai. for SrieaJ. MaaVical aaal Caakfuaaaaaat Ca...
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
"Succaaa in Hoapiul -ark i. Jy attain fcy J. , AlM ,,,
drlaili by tramrd Attaociaata."
HARRIS, Rorns, Ore.
The Studebaker Four Roadster is a car of dual type and manifold advantages.
As a Roadster the car presents a distinguished appearance, differing but little
from the conventional type.
When desired, however, it is only a few minutes' work to change it into a
closad car impenetrable to wind, cold, and rain. The Studebaker
tees appearance, durability and minimum cost of maintenance.
ainra1 a4 vra lo Wafara aaa Itala Via
dr ul ttarra, law
H. larr hiUlc lor Oratrau.
nere lias tmn no an
to saeeead hi
it seems pretty weli settled
he wili make the raee.
Tka Party Yaar Tea.
An article must have excepti
onal merit to survive for a period
of forty years. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy was first offered
Is the public in 1872. Prom a
soiali beginning it has grown to
favor end popularity until it has
grown in favor and popularity
U has attained a world wide
reputation. You will find nothing
better for a cough or cold. Try
I yoa will uaderstaad why
a favorite after a period of
more than forty vsare. It not
L. Best is over from 8ikur !?il. crivM r.h..f i Mau n-
name guaran- i
am as BectricaMy Staried S
talsjttSK Electrically Lighted
mWrj R aalHSS I
aatf ailffiyilW "'' mJmmmW Lmu ' I
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.
Tha MuaiUui SIX
Touria( car , . . $157900
Lanalau-Roadatar . $1800.00
9 - $2250 00
Tba StuSaUkar FOUR
TourW Car . . $1 050.00
PalirarrCar - . $1150 00
as . r. o a. i..
Write fm fpap opy of the Studebaker Proof Book, containing uxty-four
pages el iaforaaatipn on the manufacture of the Studebaker automobile
Lampshire's Garage, Burns, Ore.
"Buy It Beaaae It's a Studebaker"
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 Bums Department Store
We do it right
The tew does sot ail- i