The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, June 20, 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
Williams-Zoglmann
Clothing Company
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothiers
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
Children's Day Program.
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JULIAN BYRD
Manag"
SATURDAY. JUNE 20 1914
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Oa. Y... M.OO
Sia Monlh. 100
Am Mooln. .... 7S
Testing Advertising.
One of the captains of industry
once said: Producing the goods
is childs play. Making people
believe in them and buy them is
a science. Profit or loss is made
in selling." If so much depends
upon the selling it is quite essen
tial that a merchant, who wants
to be successful, know several
things before he undertakes to
prepare any advertisements at
all.
A merchant should know all
about each article for sale, as to
its usefullness, public demand.
and its selling points; conditions
os the people he wants to reach;
proper time to advertise; and the
general principles of advertising
as laid down by successul retail
merchants.
He should bear in mind that
more depends upon the strength
and clearness of the advertise
ment than the virtue of the arti
cle itself. Hence every adver
tisement before being used suould
be put through a proper test to
determine whether or not it is
efficient About the most feasi
ble test to which a. merchant
eould put his advertisement is to
prepare a number of advertise
ments on the same subject mat
ter, submit these advertisements
to others to be judged if possible,
and select the one that would sell
the most goods. Thus by a pro
cess of comparison and elimina
tion a fairjy good test could be
made.
The big advertiser pays thou
sands of dollars for an advertise
ment in the big papers and $10,
000 a year to an advertising ex
pert who works night and day
for some time preparing that ad
vertisement. It is neither copied
from other advertisements nor
prepared in haste. In fact most
of the faults of advertisements
generally are the "faults of en
thusiam, superficialty. haste and
inexperience."
Every anvertisement should be
studied with care and prepared
with the feeling that the success
of the business depends on that
ad. Ceo. E. Patterson.
cerned but when it is once estab
lished and the patrons find the
small expense of using electric
newer it will be found of such
convenience that we'll wonder
whs we have 'lone without it so
long.
Mr. Johnson met with consid
erable encouragement bare in the
way of subecriptiona to took and
no doubt many others will yet
take shares when they see the
benefit! to be derived and under
stand the matter.
Culp-Howard Nuptials.
The following program will be
rendered at the Presbyterinn
church tomorrow evening:
Hymn "Forward'1
Sunday School Choir
Invocation, Dr. Benson
Greeting. Loual Cawlfiold
Welcome Address. Doris Sadie
Violin I 'net "Lullaby", ('.wen
dolin l.ampshire, (llndys Hyrd
".lune", Margaret Irwin, Clare
Horsey, Kleanor hggleston,
Lueile Gould
Recitation June Thompson
Recitation "Pass It On"
Andrew Irwin
Song "Nest on a Hough",
Margaret Welcome, Cladys Hyrd
llolda Schwartz, l.ela Ixiggan
Kleanor Kggleston
"Some Children ot I.ong Ago",
Ludle Brown, John Mothershead
Margaret Welcome, Adolph Hyrd
Edward Hrown, Helda Schwartz
Recitation "Hoses are Smiling"
Lela IiOggan
Recitation "God is hove",
Thelma Read
Violin Solo Alex Eggleston
Accompanist. Dewey Robinson
Recitation "A Small Hoy's
Speech," Leslie Terrill
Recitation "Something for You
to Do," Woodbridge Geary
"Message of the Daisies,"
Isora C.emberling, Margaret Irwin
Kleanor Eggleston, Lela Loggan
Gwendolin Lampahira,
Gladys Hyrd
Song- Children's Army",
Regina Schwartz. Violet Terrill
Miriam McConnell.Marjorie Hyrd
Isora Gemherling,
Gwendolin Lampshire
Solo "Suffer Little Children
to Come Unto Me", Hi'intt
Mrs. James Lester Gault
Reading Cutting from "Rirds
Christmas Carrol",
Drusu Dodaon
Hymn- "The Call of the Reap
ers" Sunday School Choir
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Tonawama tonight
W. II. Miller arrived hero yes
terday morning from near Sump
ter in charge of r0,(MH Rainbow
trout eggs that hud been eon
signed to the local Rod & Gun
Club to be planted and hatched
at the place prepared lor such
purpose at the R.J. McKinnon
farm north of Hums. Mr. Miller
IB in the employ of the State
game commission and it was
through the Commission that
these eggs wen? received, for
mer experience has shown it
more profitable to bring eggs and
hatch them hero rather than
young fish as a much larger par
cent are saved. The boys may
thank II. H. Mace for securing
this addition to the fish of the
local streams.
AN ACROSTIC.
In Loving Memory of W. C. Byrd
Entered Into Rest
Entered into rest eternal,
Nevermore to suffer pain,
There to meet departed loved
ones,
Evermore with Christ to reign.
Rest, sweet rost, calm and secure
Every grief and sorrow o'er,
Doubt not, friends, he'll weep no
more.
In that land of light and glory.
None will ever weep or mourn
There at last we all shall gather
On the resurrection morn.
I Raised from the dead, by trum-
pot sound,
Each shall come forth his bird
to meet
Shall from His Hand a crown
receive
Then lay it down at Jesus feet.
M. L.
Offering Stock in Power
Plant on Malheur
J. Edwin Johnson of the engi
neering firm of J. E. Johnson &
Sons has been in this vicinity for
several days discussing the big
power project the firm is at work
on over about Drewsey. It is
one of the finest and most feasi
ble power sites in the entire East
ern Oregon country and is capable
of furnishing a large amount of
horse power.
This is one of the improvements
that means more to this county
than many consider who are not
familiar with conditions or who
have not realized the great bene
fit it will be to the development
of this big territory. It is pri
marily for the purpose of irriga
tion so far as this Valley is con-
(Comiuuntcated)
One of the most impressive and
charming wed ; he season
occured Sunday afternoon at t
o'clock, when Mr. Arthur Culp
and Miss Mabel Clair Howard
were unilrtl ia the Holy bonds of
matrimony. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1).
Howard whose home is near the
experiment farm, thegtoemisa
son of Mr. and Mrs. L H. Culp
of Valley View. The young
couple are well known and have
many friends who extend them
their best wishes. The ceremony
was r.ad by Dr. C C. Rabbidge
at the home of the groom's par
ents in Valh View, after which
and during congratulations the
bride and groom were treated to
an uni(iie snower oi rice anu
other thin;,., well Known with the
mischiveous ones at such times,
then the peal of the old farm bell
were heard as it united its quota
to the joyfullneSS of the occasion.
The happy throng was made still
more joyful as tiny sat down to
the table groaning under its load
of good things and enjoyed the
wedding dinner with the bride
and groom, '.''he young couple
expect to make their home' upon
their homestead in tlu; Valley
View district. May all success ' omtJ
and prosperity he their's is our
sincere wish.
W. F. Homan Called East
by Illness of Hi Daughter.
W. E. Homan, cashier Of the
Ontario National Hank and democratic-candidate
for joint-representative,
Bccojnpanied by Mrs.
Human, took his departure Sun
day for Unneua, Mo., where be
was summoned by the serious
illness of his eighl year old
daughter. He will probably go
onto Washington, D. C to at
tend to Important matters per
taining to the upper Dead i) flat
irrigation project. Ontario Democrat.
A match race was run on the
grounds at John Day Tuesday be
tween the horse Donalushaand a
horse owned by Tom Stevens of
Harney county. Donalusha won
with very little effort. II. Hup
prich and J. M. Morgan recently
bought the Donalusha horse.
They have matched the horse to
run again Saturday with a horse
called Brandy. Torn Stevens,
who is here with I string of
horses, is the original "Muf'and
inspired the Ml les of eomie pic
tures known as Jell and Mutt.
Blue Mt. Ragle.
Mrs. llastie has bread for sale
at the Schwartz itorc OT is pre
pared to deliver it to any home
in Hums, lfc. a loaf or two for
26c. Cookies always on hand.
Pies and cakes to order. Mtf.
Picture show tonight.
Additional Local..
II. A. Dillard is in from his
home on Trout Creek.
Otus Sizemore was a business
visitor yesterday.
Dave Miller was in from his
home a few days this week.
Features anu comedy pictures
at Tonawama tomorrow night.
Horn Saturday, June 18, to
Mr. and Mr. Ered Hlack, a
daughter.
Mrs. II. J. Jokisch and son,
Donald, were up from the farm
yesterday.
Pictures tonight and tomorrow
night. Features and Comedy.
Bergeron plays.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. William
Walkup, in Seattle, Tuesday.
.lune !). a daughter.
Clarence YnunK will order ex
tras for Champion mowers, but
requires charges paid in aavance.
Dim, Griffith and Geary operat-
ted on H. S. Kelsay at the Cum
mins hospital yesterday forenoon
for a diseased shin bone.
Sidney Oomegys was over from
Diamond yesterday and reports
that a bad check artist is work
ing in that territory. Sheriff
Richardson is ovor there and will
investigate the case.
Sheriff Richardson arrived
from Portland Thursday
with a new r-passenger Buic car.
He left yesterday morning ac
companied by County Attorney
Sizemore, for Catlow where it is
reported a man has killed some
milk cows.
W. II. McWilliams of Juntura
was here yesterday in the inter
est of Mather public auction
horse sale that is scheduled for
June I BO at that point, Mr. Mc
Williams stales he has been visit
ing horse raisers in this county
and has secured a largo number
of horses for this sale and he
guarantees buyeMM he will send
several telegrams, on hi a arrival
home to market centers. He
says the sale will continue until
all animals are sold.
Catholic Church.
1. On Sundays and Holy days
of obligation Holy Mass with
sermon at Id a. m.
2. On week days Holy Mass
at ti:&) a. in.
All other services, besides
those mentioned above will be
announced in church.
All invited and welcome to the
divine services.
Sick-calls promptly answered
at anytime. Religious informa
tion and instruction i willingly
Imparted at the Franciscan
Residence.
Rev. Pius Niemann, 0. E. M.
Pastor of The church of the
Holy Family.
Notice to Contractor at Builders.
Bidl are hereby called for, for
the erection and equipment Os I
school-house at Egli, Oregon.
PIlIM and specifications may lie
seen at T. S. Hames, Egli, Ore.
Bids to be accompanied wi'h a
certified check or cash amounting
to 10 percent of bid. Bids will
close July Hlth at J - M. and be
opened July 15th.'
F. G, Henson, T. S. Hames.
Clerk. Chairman.
Nolle of Final Settlement.
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in iiii isitsref the estate et Robsri
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ilicButntru! Robert Doan,D !
Pair ol tint iiiIiImiU"ii, Mv M, 191 I
ltktr of last pohllcatloB, Jot 30, mil.
NOTICE EOR PUBLICATION.
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AUTOMOBIIJ-: TIRES
AT FACTORY PUCES
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
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Jlxamination of applit-unts for
certificuU-.s to tenth hiw been in
proKrews in BOTM since Wetlm-H-day.
Supt. Hamilton bus ben
aHHisted in holding the examina
tion by Miss Bessie Swain.
Those takitiR are; D. M. McDade,
Robert Currier, Roberta Hollo
way, Nina Wiseman, Adu C.
Tbimmes, Mary Sherburn, Minnie
K. Luper, Harry W. ThinimeH,
Ralph U. Rimer, Hannah Mey,
Oscar T. Stewart, Alice Hrook
ings, May ('oleman, Mrs. A. M.
Higbimitb, Alva M. Highsmith.
Picture prorgam
TONIGHT
TOMORROW NIGHT
RERGERON TO PLAY
Tortois Shell Auto Glasses
AT SALISBURY'S
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Horses Hoarded by the
Day, Week or Month
CAREFUL ATTENDANTS
.oikI Feed and
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Horxea Zie ver llrad in Uarn
ll.ili-il lln and (irain fur Hair
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Comforts of Home
Personal Attention
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Clean Rooms and Beds
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Heavy Uunderwear j
Mackinaw Coats 1
Sheep & blanket lined coats
Sweater coats
Sweaters
A. K. Richardson
General Merchandise
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, 910. INSURE, $15
I. W. Shown,
The Burns Flour Milling Co.
M :i ii n far I u iv r o 1 home products
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
"CREMO" THE FAMOUS IIKKAKFAST FOOD
The Cream of the Wheat, Fresh and Palatable
Bran and Other Rolled Mill Feeds
You I'atroni.e Home wlun you deal hare
Seashore Vacations
CLATSOP BEACH BEST
for FUN AND REST
Th linn " alt air and eahilaralinH lirrrzn, lha aurf and warfn ial
walrr bathing, will giva new aeit to lifa.
Hotel, Cottage and Camp Accommodations. Warm Sea
Water Natatorium at Seaside and Gearhart,
A DELIGHTFUL TRIP ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL COLUMBIA RIVER
BY LIMITED TRAINS CARRYING OBSERVATION PARLOR
CARS AND COMFORTABLE COACHES
SEASHORE SPECIAL EVERY MORNING AND SATURDAY SPECIAL
2 P. M. FROM PORTLAND TO CLATSOP BEACH RESORTS
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, (jOODMAN, Adjoining Fair (.rounds.
eiS.es Round Trip Ticket
From Bend. Limit Oct. HI
TICKETS HOLD DAILY
Military Encampment and
Bin .u. Practice), S'ort Stev
ens, June 1 S-aa. Aaterta Re
KmIIm and Mulurbuni Baeea
July S-4.
New Spring Goods
Have arrived and we are now ready to
supply you with your requirements
Dress Goods, Wash Goods
Laces, Ribbon, Hosiery.
Gloves. Embroideries, etc,
FURNISHINGS. SHOES
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
Tickets and details furnished by agents
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OregonTrunkRy.
J. II
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
CORBETT. Agent, Bend, Oregon
JOB WORK
We do It right
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