The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 30, 1914, Image 2

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You like 'em don't youl
When you spend them you
like to get the best possible
values for your money
That's why you want to see the
Remarkable Values
we now offer befor you buy a
NEW SUIT
SNAPP NEW LINE
NOW ON DISPLAY
Come and see them You'll
be mighty glad you came
William s-Zoglmann
Clothing Company
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
the ittes-$rra(d
Memorial Service Held at
Tonawama this Morning
JULIAN BYRD
ManagT
SATURDAY. MAY 30. i"i i
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Om Y..r
SU Moatae
Tare Meatae ...
"THEY ALL KNOW ME."
Every newspaper man In i
While there are but few Grand
Army men in this vicinity the
patriotic citizens are always
ready -to join in honoring the
dead heroes of the Nation, there
i oo 1("v Memorial services are always
ra held each year. A program was
prepared and rendered thismorn-
nij,' at lonawama followed oy
ritualistic service at the cemetery
Rv. Dr. Habbidge of Valley
New People Take Over Cat
erpillar and Big Acreage.
A. B. Coolev. of Umatilla coun
ty, who wuh hero recently look
ing over the country with a view
of investing, has returned accom
panied by his son (leorsro and M.
E. Hriggs. The TimeB-Herald
has it on good authority that Mr.
Cooley and associates have taken
over the Ed. Holloway caterpillar
plow and machinery that goes
with it and also a big acreage of
land, covering some two sections.
Mr. Cooley is a practical far
mer and has had much experience
in the wheat belt of Eastern
Oregon and is also familiar with
the big plow that is also a part of
the deal and we predict success
for him. Harney Valley has been
needing just such men ami with
a few of his kind ae.ually devel
oping the territory in a scientflc
and practical manner means more
prosperity than a dozen specula
tors buying our land.
With this big tract in the hands
of practical men and the plow
also at work it will make a decid
ed change in farming conditions
in this vicinity. We welcome
Mr. Cooley and hope to have
more of his kind.
View delivered the address at
experience soliciting advertising U op,,, house. Tne program
has had some merchant tell him, m oared follews:
"They all know me, so why
should I advertise." Let us
look at this. If the merchant
meant anything by this aasertion
he meant that anyone whomighl
be induced to trade in his town
and with him knew him. That
this is not true is apparent to
every thoughtful person.
People in a community are
constantly changing, coming
and going, and are becom
ing more and more preoccupied
with their own affairs, so mer
chant need go but a shirt dis
tance from home to Bod i
who never heard of him. They
may meet a merchant in a per
sonal way, and at the same time
know nothing of him in a husi
ness way and nothing of the
goods he handles.
Meeting a man in a personal
way and meeting a man in a bus
iness way are two very different
things. John Smith may know
Jones, the man, but Smith may
not trade with Jones the grocer,
for the very good reason that he
only knows Jones in a personal
way. He does not know him in
a business way. He has not been
educated to think of Jones u
the possessor of some commodity
that would give him greater
comfort and happiness. He has
not been educated to think of
groceries when he thinks of Jones.
If every time Smith thinks of
Jones he thinks of groceries of a
superior quality that he needs
for his comfort and happiness
then we might say that Smith
knows Jones the grocer. The
one way to bring Smith to know
Jones, the grocer, better is to
teach Smith moreof the bin ln
side of Jones and the good, he
Bells. How else can this be done
more effectively, economically
and consistently than through
newspaper advertising. Geo, K.
Patterson.
emhly Call Homer Reed,
trumpeter.
Comrade A. W. Cowan, president
of the day.
Invocation Dr. E. BenBon, .w.s
tor of the First Presbyterian
Church.
"America" by a big chorus, ac
companied by Mrs. Dodge's or
chestra of violin players.
Memorial Address Rev. Dr.
Habbidge.
The Utile Rebel," Miss Draw
Dodeon.
Solo "The Star Spangled Ban
ner," Mrs. Cault, accompanied
by orchestra.
Lincoln's Cettysburg Address
D. M. Me Dade.
Solo "Tenting Tonight," Lud-
wig Johnson, accompanied by
orchestra and chorus.
Hem-diction Rev. C. Beebe of
the Baptist Church.
Catholic Church.
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at 10 a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at G:3U a. m.
All other services, besides
those mentioned aliove will be
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to the
divine services.
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instructions willingly
imparted at the Franciscan
Residence.
Rev. Pius Niermann, O. F. M.
Pastor of The Church of the
Holy Family.
Teachers Examinations.
BAPTIST CHURCH,
Tomorrow will be tho lust Sun
day Rev. Beebe will be in Rums.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Church Service.
8 p. m. Service of worship
and farewell sermon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ClTKI. MTaTKI I, AND Off It K f
Hunii, OfNM, May I.., i
Notice le hereby given Ihftl I , lim f, attng.
Uiri Stilt heir of All TOUDf, drM.M1, ill
Narrywi, Oregon, woo, on November t, IWB,
nimlit lloinilH4l rutty. No )i,h. fur .v'
NKU. VVUMK',. He .land NWUNkl.-rHHllon
hi, rowmltlii 41 H. Kalis HO F VVIIUim lie
Mrrhllmi, (North ol Mgiheut I Ui ling iih-I
noil, e of I lite Ml I' in ll mug'' A II III five ihi .u.nl.
to eglfthllgh claim lulhl IhihI ibOVI lem i n,M,
iN'forit Hglilr ai 1 Hmnlver, At it ;regOli,
ou Hit '44.11 ilay .nine. t'H.
rial man I nniin a as 11 n
Hay lual1. Melon I'livsll.l hatha Nte.lhtl
all of NftirowM, tin gun Mam Merron
itregon,
it If ii r km
WM. FARHH, tlegiHl,.,.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
UNITICIl HTATKM LAND Olr h I .
Huriig, Oregon, M , iii
N.Hlre ll heiel.y given thai V II lain Allan (
Ham), Otegoli, Mho. oil Jlllie Jft, him inH.h
lieMM IaimI rniry, No, IHW7 lor H ' himI
'W'.HKV htH'Uoii , ToHIlililh -".' H . lunge
UH 7 ""lUnieiie M.'inligM, ha, fllnl i I
luteiitlnn 111 Utah'' Htll I'riMlf. to I'Mt Suit all
rial in III (til la ml glMivr ee i lWe), In-hue It eg
liter n. I Keeelver HI Minna, Orfjrun, OU the
Itt day ( June, 1UH
claimant iimm-a aa. wltleUHe
Allim .lutiee, n Hiiriia, UltflUn Ha Mahon
ml I I. I'oiilai.e hoi h of Harney, I lig..n I.
Hamilton, u llio-ha nan, I hegull
V M r'ANMl., Hegl-li- .
N0TI01 KOK PUBLICATION
(HITRh HTATKN LaM' Drill B, 1
Vale, Oregon, May It, in i t
Nolle le hereto given thai ' iiltiinlmi 'm-vi-.
of lieiiiu, tirrgoij, Mini on AugUftt IMA. IW
mate llotneeieail A I'pllfcaCiou No, u.'W,
aHiemleelj lor NfeNW ',. HK'4N Y, ' 4. se. ; , W
MVU, HKlloii ft Townthii. tl M, Many. I
WHItttuiltUMrrhllgii. haa fflvil untie of lulen
ilontoingie Final five jfer nrooi t. eetahllih
laiui 10 ti.e lan.i ain.v e .1. p 1 1 1 , Is lorn M
J. OX
gmi . on
1 Igliusnl lira at IHMMI
1'eitv Hwytl. Itanleon Orafti Italph roie
lharire I HolloWa? nil of I ' n o. '
gHltg H Kl-111, Kegla'ei
niior. U. -t. I oiiiuiiflahitifr . at etih dru
l the .'ml la of Jlltiv. lull
Eastern Star Grand Offi
cer Visits Local Chapter.
Homan Will Run for Rep
resentative in this Districts.
W. F. Homan, who repre. . nl
ed Harney and Malheur counties
in the last legislature, will again
be the candidate of his party in
the general election this tail.
Mr. Homan is cashier of the On
tario National Bunk and i. 1 le
ttable, capable man who will be
found on the firing line a! all
times working for the h
terests of his constituents. Tins
district will make no mistake! in
returning Mr. Homan to the leg-
islature as we may not waul any
particular legislation, hut do
want a representative that is de
pendable should there he any
thing that requires his presence.
Homan would be there.
Burns Chapter, No. 40. 0. E.
S. entertained Mrs. Dora B.
Schulke. of La Grand, who is Ab
tociate Conductress in the Grand
Chanter of this state and who
came to this city Monday as the
representative of the Grand
Matron on an official visit. Mrs.
Schulke proved a very entertair
ing visitor and instead of the us
ual feeling of "bashfulness" dis
played by the local officers on
such occasions the representative
of the Grand Matron soon made
them feel at ease and the work
progressed nicely in the initiation
ceremony, a candidate having
been taken through the degrees
during the evening.
In the remarks to the Chanter
during tin- evening Mrs. Schulke
complimented the officers upon
the proficiency of the work say
ing that she found it much better
than in the majority of Chapters
visited. She also paid her en
thusiastic tribute to this big,
magnificent Valley and predicts
a great future for this big terri
tory. So well pleased was she
at her reception here and the
hospitable people that she insist
ed she would try and be the rep
r rotative of the next Grand
Officer in order to come and see
Harney Valley again and enjoy
the entertainment of the Star
members.
The Chapter had a large atten
dance to meet with the Grand
officer and a very enjoyable
social time followed the ritualis
tic work with refreshments be
ing served.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Harney
County. Oregon, will hold the re
gular examination of applicants
for State Certificates ut Burns,
Oregon, as follews:
Commencing Wednesday. June
17, 1914, at II o'clock a. m. and
continuing until Saturday, June
2D. 11114. at 4 o'clock p. m.
Wriinriday Forenoon
Writing. U. S. History. Physi
ology. Wrilnrula, Afternoon
Physical Geography, Reading
Composition. Methods in Beading,
Methods in Arithmetic.
Thurtdar Forenoon
Arithmetic, History of Educa
tion, Psychology, Methods in
Geography.
Thurtdoy Afternoon
Grammar, Geography, American
Literature, Physics, Methods in
Language. Thesis for Primary
Certificate.
Friday Forenoon
Theory and Practice, Orthogra
phy, English Literature, Chemis
try. Friday Afternoon.
School Iaw, Geology, Algebra.
Civil Government
Saturday Forenoon
Geometry. Botany.
Saturday Afternoon
General History, Bookkeeping,
J. A. CHURCHILL.
Supt, of Public Instruction.
Kiiiui I. Ill No Wl
R0TI0I KOK PUBLICATION
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AT SALISBURY'S
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Oregon Hotel
(III II. UUB, Prop.
Comforts of Home
Personal Attention
Home Cooking
Clean Rooms and Beds
Best Tabic Service
Uuriuius Treatment
iummmmmraMii:iu::t:::imi:miim...
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 ribboir
laces, embroideries, full line trim
ming, silks and buttons
BROWNS SATISFACTORY STORE
Quality Goods Only
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relate arc lirreby nulilinl tu puaunl
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pubUcntion thereof foi eoaaccuti.
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County, Ort-B.m, by oetoai ol the Hon,
('.rant xhompnon, county Judjre ol
county, wlmhurilci le dated April .'in.,
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aid Mmmont it Apiil L'lth. mi I, ami
the luat iul.lualiun llu-icul bttRgJuM
Bib, I'd l
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a ii. .1 in inr Plaintiff
20
FOR A LIMITED TIMI
Per cent
OFF
Heavy Shirts
Heavy Uunderwear I
Mackinaw Coats 1
Sheep & blanket lined coafe
Sweater coats 1
Sweaters
A. K. Richardson
General Merchandise
TRADE
SO acres, 70 acrv farm land, good improvements,
ii room house, barn to stable 10 horses, 8 acres
fenced hoy tiaht, 3 1-2 acres in clover, small or
chard, wood shed, chicken houses, well, H miles
north of (irangeville, Idaho, telephone, rural
mail, daily. Can deal this for attotl wild hay
land, and some cattle. Price $6500. What
have you to offer'.'
THOMPSON & DBBGANBml Estate Dealers
Hums, Oregon
L
The Best
GOOD MULE GETTER
in Harney county, formerly owned
by J. P. Wither, will make the
SEASON AT CHAS. H. DAVIS' RANCH
Mare kept and cared for. Term reasonable.
Address, CHAS. H. DAVIS, Harney, Oregon
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(iruvllle, tlie.iui. Kretlnrlik l.uu.l. ul lioiim,
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Notice of Final Settlement.
Ford cars for Juntura or any
other place. Phone Iiurna (.ur-f
P, II. (I ray and wife were in
last Saturday to receive their new
I 'mil car which they had just
purchaued and Mrs. Gray insisted
she was going to stay in town
until her husband learned to run
it
In tlio ('utility Ciiurt ul tin. aitalu nl On-
Him fur Harney Cuuntv.
In tin. matter of the eetate uf Kulx-rt
I'uun, il.'.-aHi..l.
Wot is ie lit-irliv i vcn Hint the uu.ler
aiKnril Inn filed liie fliiul annum herein,
mui thai thr .linlr ul auitl Court hua
Hied the time Inr In-oiiiiK objection to
anil at ttlr.n. ut ul the amiir lor I dure
day, thr U'ml day of July, lUli, at the
hour of 10 u'cIikU A. M. of said day, at
thr Court II. mar in Hume, Orcu;ot),
Diti.'.l llurne, (Iregon, May 21, 1814.
Mlil.VIN M. 1K1AN. Kieeutorof
ilir-hellr..l Koljert Doaii.Uicd
UaU of flret publication, May S3, 10U
FOUR
LANDAU-ROADSTER
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 Studebaker SIX
$1575.00
$1800.00
$2250.00
Touring car -
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Sedan
The Studebaker FOUR
TourlnsCar $1050.00
De.Wery.Ca7 . $1150.00
All Trite! V. O. It Delreil
Electrically Started
Electrically Lighted
1 Tm $1200
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The Pure Bred Imported Percheron Stallion
CROMIER, No. 40332
Will Make Season Stand of 1914
HARNEY. OREGON
Cromier is a mature horse, weight 1 700, good breeder
TERMS. $10. INSURE, $15
J. W. Shown.
I
Write for free copy of the Studebaker Proof Book, containing sixly-four
pages of information on the manufacture of the Studebaker automobile
Lampshire's Garage. Rurns, Ore.
"Buy It Because It's a Studebaker"
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free (amp House and Feeding Privileges in Corral
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. (.OODMAN, Adjoining Fair (.rounds.
New Spring Goods
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements
Dress Goods, Wash Goods
Laces. Ribbons, Hosiery,
Gloves, Embroideries, etc.
FURNISHINGS, SHOES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Rurns Department Store
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