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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1914)
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I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
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SATURDAY. APRIL ?. 1114
On. Y..r 12.00
Sim Month. 100
Tkr.. Month. .75
Odd Fellows to
Tonawama ton tent
Break up that cold with VWI
COtM'a Cold Tablets.
Pickard China and Libby cut
glass make beautiful and useful
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
SI00.OO0. -THE BANK THAT MAKKS
YOUR $ $ $ $ SAFE." ACCOUNTS
W. EL Huston left Wednesdu
for Willamette Valley in response
to information that a relative was
quite ill. He expects to be ab
sent only a short time.
For Sale 10 head of good,
gentle work mares, average
weight UOOllis., age from 5 to
9 years. B. F. Campbell, Bums,
Miss Mary Croxton is in the
city today making proof on her
General Huerta of Mex
ico To Be Spanked
(Continued from tinge 1)
aroused among the young men of
Burns Thursday when one of
,(hem received a U'li'irrnin from
Fred DenelV of Portland linking
for an approximate estimate of
the number of rtcrultn that could
be secured in thin . inity for a
cavahv troop, Mi. DenelV was
i inn- nine a resiueiu in HIM cm
J land he stated in the telegram
that it was at the requeut of
Captain Tibbett, commander of
Iroop If, and was lor the pur
pose of ascertaining the i -nti
ment shouid it he derided to
organize another troop. The re
ply was to the effect that If i H re
was a chance to get into real
action he could count on UK)
It isn't at all likely thai the
National Guard will be called up
on but should it be ntCel ;i
every available man can be B unt-
ed on to take up arms. It st ems
the entire country wants to make
it war against Mexico and there
is provocation to justify such a
feeling, but it is hoped this may
LATEST ON SITUATION
There was BORIS loss of life in
taking Vera Cruz according to
The Time-Herald received the
following by wire from Baker
this morning in response to a re
luest for the latest developments
in the Mexican situatien:
"Huerta, angery, incites a mob
in Mexico City against Americans;
two reported stabbed and (lag
trampled. O'Shaughnessy fleeing
to Manxanillo. I-Vdorals moving
against Vera Cruz. Our forcei
In tin- Circuit Cowl ni the st ii ir
there ready t" tight. FederalH nlr . sfnrf M
burn Nuevnlar. do and attempt t"
take bridge to United States.
We repulse, kilting five Mexicans,
Our army sailed for Vera Cruz,
order battle expected."
Prom th tone of news in tl e
papers received last evelii. g it
would indicate we are in for wai
ami that the Villa forces will join
the federals In the struggle.
i iiiK'"' 'or Harney Count;
I. hi.,,, I iiK-nilil, riaiotifl,
I, minx W. I Intnlieck, Waller
llodder, 0. A. I'reitou and
I'reitim, liiiwlfe, dr-
To 0 A I'rcttiinand I'reilon,
liii will', two ol til ilfffliil.nl" iili.ivr
In lli ol tin State of OngMi
mmi an lieieliv required to appear ami
iiiiituti llif complaint filed ai""t vmi
in tin- nli.ivr rniitlnl court and eult Willi-
in iix Mftl from the date of Hie II i"t
iiiliiiiilii,ii ol llif tu ill moot SI liririii
nil, i Kivrn, imil il you tail o to uuiim-i,
i,, i wmit theieol plaatlfl' will apply lo
taid lino I In) llio relief prnyeil for ill tin
Iiliiint, lo wit;
I I'm iuli;iiif nl agalne! lUfcailunt
Luring v lloinlieoli for the um at
3. 'M (HI, will) tntrrett thereon Irani llir
I 'ih ,l:,v of Miiiili, l!iH, at the rate ol
I'u'lii piT irnt, iei nuuuiii until paid,
im, lie fin thn 111111 of 1100 lion m
I,, nii'S tn, tOgltlllf with Ihi" rotlt mi'l
tliatiiiitrniniitt of tint luit,
' I'm it iliirrr that plalntix'n uiml
gSff K'vl'" to Wire t e mini liririiiln
lore iiiriilinnril, It a lit el, valid and MB
hi. ting ln'ii up'intlif real pruperty ilinr
in null linrlii tlnnrribed, to wit;
Tin SW'.NK". itiitl Ni,Hi;'t Seel
0, T, US S. Il 14, h. W. M., in Harney
luiiiiiv, tirt'Kon, logetlift Willi tin
wnlt'i iit'ln. teneiiieute, aereilitaini'iiin
iiiiI ,iinii ItSaaSM thereunto Im-Ioih-niK
or in itiiyaiae appertaining.
I. Fur n tliciee uud order of tnlr nt -
cordlaa in luw nntl the practice of mi, I
colli! ol lilt' mh nun lunved liirlln.of,
mill ilin iipiicnlioii of the proccetU nl
uiil tale in payment of coat ami ill.
Inintcmi'iiU, attorney fee, and I lie
amount Araad to imduc plaintitt.
Km a tlivree that defrndant., ami
iinli ,i,i,l nil pereoni claiming umln
tlirui .,,!,, ,tit 'nt tu the execution .
philultn'i nnul mortgage upou eaid ptl
in ih,.,, in w,t, Aug. 20, lUI'J, either it
purchniri uu-umbrancera, or ullni
witt, U hnever liarred and lurctloenl
'lull unlit. I it If. claim or equity nl it -iltinptioii
in mid tu laid inortK'tKfil
ptemitM mnt i-rery part thereof.
B, I',, i itidgiuent agalnit dcleudion
Luring W lloruheck In the amount nt
inv ili'lit'liiiry wlitch may remain utter
Hi,- ipplicatlon of the procoeda of mm!
We do job printing.
Cough Medicine for Children.
Too much care cannot Iim used
in selecting a cough medicine for!
children. It should be plea
Mnt to take, contain no harm
ful substance and be most effec-,
tual. Chamberlain's Cough Item-'
edy meets these requirements
and is a favorite with the mothers j
of young children everywhere,
For sale by all dealers.
t iiiim tiiiimtiiinmttittti
01,1.11: IMIIStY, Crop.
Comforts of Home
Clean Rooms and Beds
Beil table Service
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 SATISFACTORV STOi
Quality Goods Only
Presbyterian Church Service
Harney Lodge, No. 77, and
Sylvia Rebekah IxxJge, No. 40
will join in celebrating the 95th
anniversary of the order tonight
at the hall. An interesting and
entertaining program has been
prepared and they look forward
to a good time.
The gathering will be confined
to members of the organizations
and their immediate families as nomestd- hhe is being assist- ing. "Universal Holiness." . ven
the rooms are not large enough f by Jude Thompson and Dr. jg, "The Socialism of Prayer."
for a general public gathering of lJK'"""- On the following Sunday, May .'!.
Serviees at the I'lisliyd rial!
church tomorrow morning and
evening. Subject fur the inorii-
. I ,,i u SUrM thai iilalnlitl or an)
I'.niv to mini null may become a pur
I Iiiim'i ill iiinl eale, anil that plaintiff
tn.iv li:ir Math other, further ami ilil
iriiiii relict an to llif ruait tliall m . in
equitable ami jml, ur an Ilia natiur m
tin- canal mnv tettuire
I hi miintnona I terveil upon ,.n bj
I'lililn -niioii ihneof fur til cunrcuti,'
vrakl in llir Tiinr llrralil, a werkli
MM 'U r, (hiIjIhIm-U l liuriia. lliiini
I ..null. Orrinn, liy order ol llir Hon
I'lmu I lioinpnoii, collate Jud(r of mini
county, liuli onlcr u SaSsI Apul 34th,
lull, tin- datl of the flret publication ol
i.inl Kiiininoni U April 26th, lull ami
llir lait pulili, .nion thereof IitIok Jiiik
i, Hi, I'M i
J. S. 1 'ijok .
Attorney for IMaintiir
NOTICE OF SA1X
He pays for his vanity. The
man who buys a heavy car
sacrifices good dollars to mis
placed pride. The prudent
buyer invests in the depend
able Ford. He knows it
will serve him best and at
Five hundred dollar it the price of a h'ora
iih.bI,,, i, i. the louring car five fifty; tho
town hi trvrn fifty- f. o. h. Detroit, com
plete with equipment. Gel catalog and
particular) from Burnt Carafe, Burnt, Ore.
all the friends of the order. The
several committees in charge
promise an enjoyable evening,
one of the features being a
High School Ball
Team Got Licked.
ing here last Sunday, on account
j of the illness of a friend. The
The Prineville high school ball patient is reported as suffering
team came over Thursday night ' from appendicitis. The trip was
April showers may be welcome i 'ir- Henson will deliver the
to the farmer but base ball eg,? I baccalaureate sermon t the
object to it when it interfers with graduating claJS of the high
games that mean so much to the 'school at Tonawama in the morn
boys in a financial way. I i"K and the Baptistehurch i ople
He rin-s.u ..... J Will hold no service at that hour
"" " vji.iiiin vvus (MM WJIDUt Will oin III the Ser Ii'.
Klamath Falls by telegram, leav-1
and yesterday walloped the local
high school to the tune of 20 to 3.
The visitors were too much for
the local boys, being players of
more experience and doing better
team work. The home team is
made up of raw boys only two of
whom had ever played in a game
before. They played a very good
game considering. Several costly
errors were responsible for the
high score of the visitors.
The local boys hope to make it
more interesting in the game this
afternoon and tomorrow. With
good weather there should be a
big attendance and with the ex
perience of yesterday the local
boys should give a better account
of themselves. The line-up in
yesterday '8 game was:
Score keepers, Leedy and Musick.
A Treat in Store.
Mr. George Wilber Reed dram
atic tenor of Berlin and London
has consented to appear in Burns
in concert, early in May. He
will be assisted in his program
by Mrs. James Lester ( Jault and
The Treble Clef Club of this city
ho will have direct charge of
the entertainment. Mr. Reed is
an artist of established reputation
as an opera and concert singer
having been soloist in Portland
this season for both the Apollo
and Orpheus Clubs-and his ap
pearance here will be a rare treat
to all lovers of music and high
class entertainment. The Beat
aale will be announced next week
and it is to be hoped that the
public will give its generous sup
port and encourage the Club in
its initial effort in bringing to
Belknay, H. 3b
Belknap, L. lb
made by auto.
J. W. Biggs returned the fore
part of the week from the Dcnio
section where he had been in
company with Sheriff Richard
son on legal business. He re
ports the sheep men of that
territory in the midst of lambing
and shearing. Some of the wool
had been contracted at prices in
advance of that paid last year
and the growers seemed quite
E. E. Purington is reconstruct
ing his telephone line from this
city to the mill by way of the
Experiment Station and Harney.
He is putting the line in first
class condition, in fact, building
most of it new with good sub
stantial posts and extra heavy
wire. This is a line that is of
considerable importance to the
general public as well as to Mr.
Purington and the patrons are
pleased to find him willing to put
in a first class service.
Geo. Love, foreman at the
Agency ranch of the P. L. S.
Co., came over Thursday accom
panied by his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Dowell. for a few days
visit with Burns friends. George
had not been over for a year or
more. He reports his spring
farm work about completed. The
Agency ranch is one of the finest
farm places in all Eastern Oregon
and Mr. Love has a great area in
cultivation, supplying many of
the other ranches of the Company
with grain and vegetables.
A very enjoyable Five Hund
red party was giyen at the
Masonic lodge room last night by
a portion of the ladies of the Five
Hundred Club, at which the
gemiemun were guests, it was
a nice affair and a large number
were present. Mrs. Holland and
Mrs. Schwartz had the highest
scores among the ladies and Sam
Mothershead and Allan Biggs
were awarded the prizes for the
highest scores of the gentlemen.
Large tables were arranged for
1. On Sundaya and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at In a. in.
2. On Week days Holy Mass
at 6:80 a. in.
All other serviees, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced In church,
All invited and welcome to the
divine service .
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Rev. l'jus Niemann, 0, P, M.
Pastor of The Church of the
10 a. in. Sunday School.
11 a. m. and 7 J!0 p. m. Church
service of worship and instruction
Evening theme: Could you Love
Your Mother in Law?
til algal at It.
There is no use of our "heat
ing around I he hush." Wo
might as well mil with it first as
last. We want you to try Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy the next
time you have a cough or cold.
There is no reason so far as we
can see why you should not do
so. This preparation by its re
markable cures has gained a
world wide reputation, and peo
ple every where apeak of it in the
highi" t terms of praise, It is
for sale by all dealers.
Notice to CredUori.
In I ha Cod lit J 'on 1 1 of the SI at ! ill (Ire
SOB, lo' 1 1 HI liny I ' 01 III V .
In i in' miliar ei Ihi aetata of Nattto
I r ( 1 lull, ,l ll'Uh 111,
Notice, ! harsh) pim thai tafssdaf
IgOeil Inn. I h . i, , I uly iiiioiiiii ml iiii iiih-
iniioi ,.i ill,. , -sinii' oi NeUii lliihiim,
ili-i'i ,'iet'il, in hi iii i uf tbi udsjv of ''"
ibovi i ni Itlad com i.
ah person! haying claiini sgulnit
mill rniiitr mi' i i , v noiiiu'ii tu pre
miii mum did) verified in by law raqair
il, io tbl soderalgutd si biaslaMo
liuilnaM in iiiiiiik, Oregon, within tu
in. mi le. lioni I In , l.i i , nl I In Hi hi puliliru
tiol) ol Ibll nol i, I
Tin- llml publication ol lliia notice it
ih, til, iluy of April, luU,
W. It, HUSTON,
A, In liiitlnilor ol II,,. imliito of Nillic
in tin- i oiim v t'nnrl al the Mnii. ol
Oregon 'or llaiiii'jr County.
In tliu Mn tor ol tin Ketata ol Nsflk
Mutton, I ',-, rMNi-,1.
Nolin- linrliy given that unUri ami
bj n inr ol mi uruer ol tale i.iiulr and
catered in the above entitled court in
i In- tn.illri ol I be n bate entitled rtt ill r
In- lathitSjrei March, l!U4, I. the
untlereigacd, mlimnittrator of the ebon
entitled mtiiir, will tell at private tab
i-h iii limn!, on and alter Moinlnv
the -'7th day of April, IU14, the follow-
ing .ir-. iiiir.i real property uelongiiiK lo
aid estate, io-wit.
An unlimited one-half interact in Sec.
11,1 vi '.'.'I loath, Kanee H0 I) W. SI.
in I i lu-cum 7o feet of Lot t t unit 1! in
Block CI ill I lie Town ol Hut hi. Hut tin
i mint v, Uoegjon ;
Itult will lie received lot tin, I proierii
ii ti whole or for either the uiiiIimiIi, I
our bull latenel in eaid Sec II ,,t tin
mitt 78 Icet ol eaid Lot! I and 'J
Tint notice ii publiibed for u period
ol font wrem in the Time! llerubl, it
ncwipapei ol general circulation in
ll.nni'i Count v, Orrg-ou, and by virtue
ol mi order ol the lion. Ornnt Thump
- judge of the ubovr entitled court,
uitile mill entered on the 18th ibiv ol
Hiilnl nt lliniia, Oregon, thia Mth
day oi March, 1SU
w. i;. Boston.
Administrator ol the eitute ol Nrllii
1 1 -1 .ii . ileceaeed.
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NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION
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lllllliB, I in nun. A t'l 1 1 li. I'll
Nuiii-r i h,.i, i. j ilvan that ttiiiii 'laaianii
i,( Itttrtia, Drteea iei,... .n ll.y l. l'iM.iiiilr
Until,, trail c-lillt. N" l''l.l, l.il l -.1 W.. Hi-,-.
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rewaiklpue .Kaiitjctif. .Wrllaotui Uerldlia,
lit hi, -i aottet ni Itiii'iiii.-ii in ttiaki' finti
thrie-year erouf te ettabllah eltlm In the liunt
tlMivt dneerlbtd. tiefore lot Heftetei to,1 Kr
'ill, I nl Mini., iili'ttlill, in, llir -., Si) "f
claimant ttaliiraaa ullln-aa,.
suu Hani,, tleoffi Iruttiuore, Ho) Oren
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W M I , lei, llrlalrr
Time to think about garden '
seeds. A nice assortment in
cluding onion sets attheBuma!
Notice To ( i, ,l,l,.
Notio i" In i" )ji ii thai tb" uiulcr-
iniil Ii.in iM'rii.liily ippotnted ttilniittia.
I rati u "i the aetata of Jssper DstIs,
ilcir.iai'il. liy llir Comity t 'out t ol tlir
sitite ol Oregon, for Harney County.
All k imiii- haying clitiint agtlnil Mild
ettalr tire hritihv notified to irciaut
tliein, tltily yetiliril nt liy luw reiuircd,
to uif ai lite olbni of my ittn.ii r .1 S
Cook, in lluiiii, llninry County, Oregon,
within tit iiiimibt from the il.nn ol lint
hated thjfal Ifith ilny o( Atiril, lUl I.
J. I'. WlTHKNt,
Ailiiiiinti rnii.i oi rotate ol Jasper
huvil. ilrirn-M il
.1 S. Cook, Attn! nry
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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nun a oreeee, aihii i. in
Nouet ia keeebj iltt tiiai Mai i Hhufe, ui
lawn., Otrjnin. wliu OB Mai, Il I.' till tiiailr
iliiinraiia.i Ralry N" m.ti, for v,hw, and
S',-i ', -..it. ,ti i. ruwutblfi .1 a., lltnif
W) ., ttiiitinntr Mertdlii i.a. Bled toilet
ol retention la aiaae huh nun -r j.i...f ,.,
i ala'.liali , lain, !,, 11,,- laiil tbOVV ilrar I tl'i'il ,
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W lilt llfl , all .if I awrn. urir.'ii.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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Surkl, Hiri,ii. v .r 1 1 i.t. lyli
Nollir ia hrrrhy turn llial Hili lam I n I-
I'tlli. ol llllrjr. OHtttiti, hIii, A.HI I .. I 'in.
Itltilv llnliiralrail lull. No II il'i lurUil. I
, tnilH'.NK', -r.il. ,1, l. I.m.lil,, r.:r . Kant.
m f . Willauirllr Mrrl.llaii I... nlnl liollir
..tliil.iiili.il to ttiaar Una! Hurt irar liriKil. tu
iat.Ha Ii ilaitn tn tin. Ian. I tliovr delrrlbed,
IkI.ii.. Krtlatrt ami Hr,.l,,i. at BurOI.Ore
till . nil III,' nth lit) III Ma, , I'. I I
rlai in tut nam. a ta ttltoraira
W. o llrit Hrtt Miiilrr, III Iinut. w I
in "i. all ..r hi). )-. Ofaaaa.
W KAHklt. Ki'llalri
FOR A LIMITED TI)
Mackinaw Coats '
Sheep & blanket lined co
Sweater coats 1
A. K. Richardsoi
The Pure Bred Imported Percheron Stallion
CKOMIER, No. 4033
Will Make Season Stand of IS
Cromier is a mature horse, weight 1700, good bra
TERMS, 110. INSURE. $15
J. W. Show
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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
closed car impenetrable to wind, cold, and rain. The Studebaker name guaran
tees appearance, durability and minimum cost of maintenance.
The SiieaeWber SIX
Touring car i
Sedan - .
The Studtbaher FOUR
Touring Car . . $1080.00
Delivery Car . $1180.00
All Print P. O. B. D.lreli
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hi
Baled Hay For Sale
Free (amp House and Feeding Privileges inCsr
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fairtirouw
. j Electrically Started
il!aSiHi wi'H Electrically l.iKhlrd
jiilwiiiiil ft "IHRiffl eLwa!
I FH $1200
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New Spring Good
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements ..
Dress Goods, Wash Good
Laces, Ribbons, Hosier)
Gloves, Embroideries, eft
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Sto
Write for free copy of the Studebaker Proof Book, containing sbtty-four
paSM of information on the manufacture of the Studebaker automobiles
Hampshire's Garage, Burns, Ore.
"Buy It Because It's a Studebaker"
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