The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 21, 1914, Image 2

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Don't These Warm Spring Days
make you think of that
NEW SUIT
you will be needing soon?
Easter is not far away, no doubt
you will want a new suit theft.
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 lit.
PRICES REASONABLE
Call and see us whether
you buy or not. We are
always glad to show you
Williams-Zoglmann
Clothing Company
Merchant Tailors and Lending Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
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ADDITIONAL lo. i .
i 'oniiw yiiiki tonight.
I'.r.'xl M in town from
Hi' Dl . BCCrlon thlfl week.
I'Yank Cull i in and wife were
in die city i he toxc port of this
week,
E, E, I'lirin" ton ami u Ift ro
expebttil ! ii 1 ) iV"i Portland
today.
ii.' .in . iin.i ....' i hose new ii's
Willi ' uinn Clothing I i
I 'i'. ami Mil. II. M
ure i epected home from a tiip to
i irnin tonight
I '. R, , hoi ii .'. B8 over from
Silver i In 1 1 Wedm daj lot kinir
"in.' bu .... Bffairs.
Mr I. A II. Cuiry Of Han nian
at the French
hut.'l the firs! of this week.
II. I''. Hunllj an. I Goo. Uiy
ernfl v. . re anion our I
from V.'!1 -, iew (his Wwek
Dr. 0, I. ('ail is 'i.' an tl
for .- "fial a'.l.al inn (.. a! dll
..f eye, and n i ie, .
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li ..IIU WHO Jlllll
their Bpn Ed were in the cit) I h
omc near tin
lake. Thej attended the funeral
..i Mr D. V Cawlflcld.
Slock taken to punt mo duriiiR
the MMKMk AddresH, .lumen II.
Stewart, Burna, Oragon, 10-21.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
After un interval of wjverul
weeks there will he the regular
Mrvieea at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow inoinin,: ainl
eveninK. Sunday BSfeool at 1"
o'clock, preachiew: services at II
and again in the evening at the
usual hour. A double quartet
choir will furnish music for the
erviseH. All are welcome.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
10 a. m. Sunday School, Send
your children and Come oin-
talf,
II a. m. service of worship and
Instruction, "The Way of Life."
7:.'t0 p. m. service of wor hip
and instruction. "The Way Call. .1
Straight."
Catholic Church.
I. On Sundays and Holy da-
of obligation Holy .. Mftai with
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nvi tuiiii .i. ,,....., u, ,ni.
Tonawama tonlgbl
Time i" think about garden
A nice aaaortment In
ciuding onion Beta Bl the Hums
Hardware Co.
K. J, McKinnon Son have
eatabliahed a daily stage between
Drewaey and Juntura, Connec-I
tlotl made with the trains at
Juntun and passengers Riven
even comfoi t, Fare to Bursa
16.
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days' llol Ma
tThr .Times-herald
A Sad Death
llll. I IRST NATIONAL HANK. i'
BURNS, CAI ITAt'ANO SURPI Ul
tl 00,000 "TUB hank THAT MAKES
YOUR $ J $ S i I
INVITED.
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On weel
al 8:90 a. in.
All other Bervi.OBB
those mentioned ahov
announced in church;
All invited and welconu
dil Ine services.
Sick-calls promptly answered
accounts al anytime. Rellgioui In forma
uon and insiruciion ; willingly
beaidi
wilj b
to III.
The
Oregon Hotel
ou.ll HAKSl:V. top.
Comforts of Home
Personal Attention
Home Cooking
Clean Rooms and Beds
Itol iulilc Sen ice
Omrluius liv.ilnienl
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SPECIAL INVITATION
Spring Opening
We extend to all a special re
quest to call and examine our
NEW SPRING LINE OF GOODS
Dress goods, waists, dresses, skirts
new summer underwear in silk,
lisle, cambric in all styles, hosiery,
gloves, neckwear, new ribbons,
laces, embroideries, full line trim
ming, silks and buttons
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STORE
Quality Goods Only
:i:::::;simnmrai
SATURDAY. MARCH 21. IIU
SUBSCRIPTION RATIS
, Mrs Mahel Hemhree, wife of I
JULIAN IIYRI) - - Manager !.. Hemhree, I he Rile inerchai! ;
died early yesterday morning al
her home from the refill of
hemorrhage on the brain, She
an.se with no complaint of lllne
o v..r $2.00 Wednesday morning ;:i(l itai
s Month. too to (lt, kitchen to prepare th.
Thr.-o M..nih. "(morning metJ when she v.
- ' seized suililonk wilh a '.
High School Piay Success pain In the head and had I
helped t.i i, r bed where
mirthful lapsed, almost immediately Into
unconsciousness after only a iew
words I., her lin -hand, eompiel
paralysifl followed. Ir. Griffil
was immediately called from
1 1 ,ianv "ii ha-, p. en
quite al her home in
k, She i iv
porti il I tl un. in
ii ad of
gen tl. av.
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li, Bui m:..
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tin
Frani
It, V
"The Pennant," a
operetta waa produced hy the
hitfh school .indents last night
at Tonawama in a very creditable
manner, e pecially under the
in
circumstances
under which the production was
staged. Several of the original
cast dropped out during rehear-
sals and also the accompanist,
but they were determined to give
the operetta and some of the hoys
who never pretended to sing took
part anil they got away with
them in such shape as was most
convulsing.
This play was cast and staged
entirely within the student body
without any musical director and
was therefore a credit to the
spirit of the school. Each
character played the part the
best they could and those under
standing the circumstances w re
more than pleased with the
result.
The receipts were even greater
than they had hoped for and
sufficient was realized after all
expenses were paid to purchase
the Victrola, also a handsome
record cabinet and several line
records. The students are well
pleased with the patronage ac
corded them and the praise of
their many friends in compliment
ing them on the success of the
production.
After the play the students
enjoyed a season of dancing
which was followed by refreshments.
will
ravel,
un
and Mai
constantly until rhUAday nooi I ,, lr
but she did not recover consciot! . j .
and disadvantages l'ily a1"' stayed with the patieni
I
in.
i
imparted at
Residence.
Rev. Pitta Niermann. ( . I
Paator of The church of
Holy Family.
M.
the
NOTICK Klt PUBLICATION.
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NOTICE
1'MIKHriTATKS I.ANHOFH' I a
llll r . OflajM, Mai l Ki. IW4.I
Null, ,- I. horaby kIvi'h thai Mr. I mi croi
lull, ol liar r I n.afi. Dfagon, win, ,,tiA,rll I'.,
I.". niB,lf Holm ai, a. I Km r. ,s IKI7I, lor K'.
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g, I'.aui.'., HI K, IMIIaiiM-tlr Mirl.llall, I, an
III, .1 lit, II. - ..Mlilriill,... In tnak.' filial It.r, .'
year ,r. ,r . I,i ctalillati clalin to Ilir lalxl
alaiva ,, a, ritM-,1. bafora tlo- i.-ai..,' an.i Ba
i.,var al II. una. tir.-ic.ii. "" ll'' 'la) "I
Aim. i .n
. lalll.at.l tialna. aa ltli,-af.
JnrlK I I.oiii.mhi ,,l M a -irl . Or, fou ' I
. arjr. !r l.Hnniaii, Mr. iiit.iaii, all ul liar
riinaii. t Iraaon
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and
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The d..ct..r thought ho
neaa
ever, at that time he could det
aigns of Improvement but she
died the following moj 'i
Mrs. rlembree had resided i
Silver Creek BMCO ciildhc.o Bl
was a daughter of W. I,. I:
She was :'.' yean old last Novel
her and her death was a VI ' '
sudden and painful shock to h
many friends and relative
she had always enjoyed robu
health. She was marri.d '
L Hembr light veai ago,
is survived hy her lei '
father and mi ther, one bi
and one sister.
The funeral v. ill be held Hon
day morning at 1') o'clock' from
the Odd Fellows Hall, Rev. In.
Benson, paator of the Presbyter
ian church will conducl the I
vice.
ei . In
is in a . ike himself
fell in the ! . . hall. It
i Davev will !
opposed in the primary bj any
in bia party,
A. tii ' . o mai has j ieldi d to
the ... ; ri. nda and
. andidacy for
An' tin waa
. . at tin laal
general .1. ctii n for this pi ice.
ell known to the pi .pie
of th whi ro he ha n -
111 all his life, lie
I man ol
Id make a
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N.ili.r of Final S lllrnina
IN i mi; COUNTY COURT 01 Till I
- i Tl. il ORBdON I OR II m i
t til'NTY.
In il..- iiiiiiii'i 1,1 die (tnfr 1. 1 Dnvi.l
S r.iiiir., ilri'rnaril.
NOTICI Is I1BRBBY i.l i;n ihnl
tin- tiiiilriaiiu'il iii1iiiiiiii i ,i 1 1 . ..i 1 1,,
ftlwre riiinliil ratiitr, bu Bl I I
.....nil li.ri'iii. mill ll.r ll-.n... il.l,
' .i.ii.i l hompaorw, ud(( ,i i bt
ill. I l.'.l . ...lit, ll.ia act M IMIiliiv III,- I ltd
l;n ul April, I '.I I I, Ml the '.ill II I V I',.,. I I
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ilh l i. ma In Mid .it, ..urn A u
li-, in;- oliJMtiOM III. nl II on
notified i" appeal .in.l pre ,.i 1 1
.it amil iitnr jiiiiI place.
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Buy It Because
It's a Better Car
$550
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Additional Local.
Pure bred Poland-China gild
for breeding purposes for sale
G. W. young IStf
Mrs. W'm Weber was in from
Additional Locals.
the farm yesterday
this morning.
Mann. I V. evening
in thl al tho Summit Hotel,
Mr. John B. Wise and Mi
I. nil!,' i. roth of Catlow
i T. Benson of the
l'n bj i. lian church officiating,
Mr, brother to Pearl
quite well known
here, Th i Tim. -II. raid under
stand ill make their home
m ( latlow. We extend our con
1 gratu I wishes.
durir
The present corps of teachers
n the high school have been re
acted for the coming year.
The school has prospered well
log the year coming to a
and the teachers have the
lidence and (rood will of the
)ts, thus insuring pro-
work next year.
R. Biggs returned the first
i week from Portland where
76 head of beef cattle.
ened to strike the day
bad the largest run of
in the history of the Port
Stock Yards. Naturally
i eas-ed off but soon regained
Mr kr level. The best
.,::.; at 91.00 mrougnoui
k. r'ni eville Journal.
imes H. C. Smith, James
-and Archie McGowan
ses to a large com-
(j( th ir lady friends on
jy .,! ,''"'
tbe former Kive hundi
nl mi
Il l. gratif) un: to the many
rnendu of Sherifl Richardson to
lean, that he h.i . j lelded to their
wish, in seek the ..nice ha
ai.lv filled for the past few
and in ; announcement ap-
pear iln tl .Mr. tich ird-
tag mads one of Lbs isst
0IIICM1H Harm V County ever liail
and hi oot confined
to any one political parly. There
is 1 Q doubl of his lieiiiR the
The local basket ball team wcnl nonpnee of in. partj and it is
over to Harney Saturday evening ii he will agaht
Nyals Baby Cough Remedy for
baby's catiRli at The Welcome
Pharmacy.
Walter Cross has been down
from Trout Creek visiting li 1
wife tin's week.
For Sale Jack, five years old
and a good foal getter. A .1.
Skienes, Burns, Oregon. 1!UI.
Null. la Crrdilura.
Hi, iiii.I. laiKinil hating U, i Ulj .
minted Adminlitrsloi with th. Will
anncieil ( tin- Bit all ,,i It
.1. .....I I..M in;: duly .ii:tiin. .1 .,
l'n li. all ptrioni I11 vim; elafau
iln- aai.l i-i.ni will present ilns.ui,
iiiik-iI viiilicl to inr nl niv
Burns, Oregon, within -m mpnthi
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NOTICE I'Hlt PUHLICAf.ON
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FOR A LIMITED TIME
Per cent
OFF
Heavy Shirts
Heavy Uunderwear
Mackinaw Coats
Sheep & blanket lined coats
Sweater coats
Sweaters
A. K. Richardson
General Merchandise
feSaaaaaaaB
lint
Interior Warehouse & Grain Go
VALE, ORKi.ON
Wholesale and Kelail Flour, Wire and Nails
BLACKSMITH COAI. ALFALFA SEED
John Deere Farm Implements and Wagons
POULTRY SUPPLIES
:&ds0
HARNEY VALLEY HOSPITAL
MODERN
A DOCTOR ALWAYS IN THE HOSPITAL"
Eackiaiaa for Sur.icl. Madical and Coafinemant Ca.e.
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. PATIENTS MAY HAVE ANY PHYSICIAN
THEY CHOOSE WHILE IN THIS HOSPITAL
Succm in HoiUl work Uo.1, .i.iaad bw cloaa and J,id ...cnlioo I.
dria.l. by Irainad AlterwJaol. "
DBS. STANDARD and HARRIS, Burns, Ore.
and played a Kami; with the t am be vtvm n to
of that plaff. Ths Burns team
ll the oilin
wi-rt' t ii"
The annoiinciiH nl of h'rrrl
Denstedt aa a candidate for
county judflN js found in thja
issue. Mr. Denstedt is an Id
resident of thin county and one
of our substantial men who takes
an interest in public affairo.
Tom Allen, head man on ths
P Ranch of the Hanlev property,
and Atty. C. H. Ionnrd have
just returned from Luke county
where they went to investigate
some cattle of the Hanley Com
pany that bad been found in (he
feed yards of Mr. Muss Tin
Hred several head.
r A
noise, Kiaiin, wiin
making regular tripij l
1 tast several years, .
lltii'i fin
While It Lasts.
In
BlffaWCiaillil
I! in liinenl Slalinn w ill
lll a limiti d amount of the i'l
lowing "liinlilv reeArnmended
main .; in small quantities to saoj)
purc,hs sr
Swaiiiiti'i. barley: 60 lbs or lss
al :: (Thi ' .1 tin- lii;;ln-. I irlil-
i 1 1 1 bai I' ) "'i' of 89 varieties
Un 'I on the Station laal yasrj
shatti i"; very little and Is of
good quality, )
Sixl.y ,l)ay Oal.s: 100 lbs or less
ai i (This was third highest in
yield oi Ifi vai letiei on ths sta
tion last year, li la the earliest
IiIkIi yielding OBI Known anil eon-
tain ten or fifteen per cent more
kernel per unit of weight than
ordinary oaln. )
lelanil Climax Outs: 200 lbs
as. ut iJiv i A good yielder
i bio or Lhn weeks later
Sixty Day.)
your communications
neiil Stution,
Miiii'il in the
FOUR
LANDAU ROADSTER
The Studebaker Four Roadster is n 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 few minutes' work to change it into a
closed car impenetrable to wind, cold, and rain. The Studebaker name guaran
tees appearance, durability and minimum cost of maintenance.
I l.r Slud.hai.. -r SIX
Touring car .
I andau-Ruad,lr-i
Sedan
91 5711 00
SI son on
szz&o no
I In Mm I. I,., I,. , I t ii H
luurinf Car - . $1050011
Dalivary Car - . (II6S.U0
AS Pram P. o H l ,i
Electrically Stand
Electrically lighlei
U fofy
, 4-M $1200
IliaWn ' a. BlIBaaMlJPBfcBjPJ
MjSSSmmm . m
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. Adir.in.na- PoS- n .1..
,-..,......, , ,, viiuunua.
Write for free copy of the Studebaker Proof Book, containing sixty.four
pagei of information on the manufacture of the Studebaker automobile!
Lampshire's Garage, Burns, Ore.
"Buy It Because It's a Studebaker"
OUR NEW GOODS
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements.....
MANY NEW LINES
hare bam added end goods will be
sold at thai VERY LOWEST PRICES
CAIX OR SEND TOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
JOB WORK
We do it right
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