Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1914)
You like f em don't you?
When you spend them you
like to get the best possible
values for your money
That's why you want to see the
we now offer befor you buy a
SNAPP NEW LINE
NOW ON DISPLAY
Come and see them You'll
be mighty glad you came
Merchant Tailors and Leading Clothier
I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon
f he f iutea-ficraCd
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. ItM
A High ClaM Entertainment.
One of the most pleasing musi
cal entertainments ever Riven in
Burns was rendered at Tonawa
ma on Thursday evening when
the Treble Clef Club present
ed" Mm. Lulu Dahl Miller of
Portland. From a financial stand
point it was not profitable but
those who attended were most
responsive and demonstrated
their approval by generous ap
plause. It was the event in the
musical line of the present fall
and the people of Burns are not
going to have an opportunity of
hearing another in the very near
future that will equal it
Mrs. Miller has a wonderful
contralto voice and her rendition
of the several numbers was of
such a character that it brought
out universal praise. The lady
is of pleasing personality and her
singing simply captivated her
hearers. The writer can hardly
particularize on the numbers
rendered by Mrs. Miller as they
were all so well received that it
would be hard to state which
was most appreciated.
Mrs. Miller was assisted by
Mrs James Lester Gault, one of
the most talented sopranos of the
west and although she is "home
folia" she has a warm spot in
the hearts of music lovers at
home as well as many admirers
in other cities of this section.
Mrs. Gault was at her best
Thursday night and made a de
cided "hit" in many of her num
bers. The Treble Clef Club also
rendered two very pretty num
bers which were appreciated,
responding to generous encores.
The program was not so long
as some former concerts and the
people did not seem to tire in the
least but responded very warmly
to each number. Those in charge
of the entertainment are certain
ly entitled to a great deal of
credit for bringing such talent to
this city and no doubt there will
be other entertainments of a
similar nature in the future.
The Rabbit Bounty.
To the Editer:
There seems to a be tendency
to treat the rabbit bounty mea
sure either as a joke or a calami
ty. It is neither, but is a some
what scientific and a wholly ec
onomic problem of removing a
present and long threatening
menance. The adoption of the
measure by a heavy majority in
dicates that popular sentiment
was behind it and the strict and
proper administration of the new
law bhould, therefore, be greatly
The object of the law is to ex
terminate the rabbits not to
bankrupt the county or to furnish
a living for the unemployed, Its
abuse is safeguarded by clearly
and understandable provisions
requiring the applicant to make
oath that the rabbits for which
bounty is asked were killed in
Sarney County, after January 1.
1915, and within 60 days prior to
presenting the application. If
the applicant is unknown to the
County Clerk he must be identi
fied and vouched for by a known
citizen. A party seeking the col
lection of a bounty is presumed
to be as truthful in his state
ments as is the property owner
in listing and turning in his pro
perty for assessmen, or as a wit
ness who is testifying in a court
proceeding. If the affidavit is
false he is as guilty of perjury as
is the person swearing to an un
true assessment list, or giving
On the financial side the figures
and results are enormous. From
the hundreds of individual ex
amples throughout the county
we will give one illustration. We
will take Frank 0. Jackson. He
was not an advocate of the mea
sure and is doubtful as to is
workings. But Frank Jackson
the type of citizen that Harney
county must have for its devel
opment as an agricultural section;
his efforts must be successful and
prosperous or the county win
have no permanent prosperity.
Mr. Jackson states that his grain
crop this season was damaged by
rabbits to the extent of more
than One Thousand Dollars; that
the rabbits are now feeding upon
and have already destroyed at
least one-half of the stand on his
fifty acres of alfalfa Rabbits
feed the entire year; when there
no grain, vegetables and alfalfa
fields or hay stacks available they
are foraging upon the range
grasses. Every product of the
county; the value of every acre
of land is affected. The prospec
tive purchaser tee the rabbits
and the results of their depreda
tions. To suppress the facts is
impossible and as dishonest as an
open denial. Prior to the adop
tion of the bounty law the farm
er had no promise of relief; the
land seller could point to no im
mediate remedy. They can now
refer to at least one systemaict
effort to remove the menace.
If the large land owners have
other methods of accomplishing
the desired results which are
more efficient and econimical
than the bounty, the new law
does not prohibit their employ
ment if inoculation, poisoning
or the "drives" are the most ef
ficient, inaugurate them at once.
If the citizens of Burns, or any
other interested! community, can
spare the time and expense of
some more big "drives", let them
do so, take the sport and results
for their pay, dispose of the car
cases as in the past and neglect
to draw on the county funds un
der such circumstances.
The situation must be
waste is an added asset to the
county. A land owner who kills
rabbits, and collects a bounty
pays part of it himself and co
operates with his neighbors in
exterminating n post. All the
money lost bo Hnrney County
and its citizens is the amount
paid out by retail merchants to
the wholesaler for amunition.
Continue the wholesale staugh
ter of rabbits where they are
thickest, and if a worthy citizen
arms himself, provides amunition
and goes out on the uncleared
lands ami breeding grounds and
kills tin' Htrnglers, which will
quickly bring on another big crop,
he has rendered the entire com
munity a benefit The bounty
will partially reimburse him al
though lit five cents per scalp
there will be small profit There
are members of the Burns Rod
and (!un Club who could not
make their lubricating oil in this
manner as they would not get
far enough from their automo
biles. The adoption of the law will
prevent no prospective settler
from coming to Harney County,
on the contrary there will be an
C. B. McCONNBLU
of many friends in this section.
The sympathy of the entile com
munity is extended to the widow
and children in their sad loss.
Funeral of Miss Ellis
Dr. K. Benson conducted the
funeral services of Miss Georgie
Ellis from the family residence
last Tuesday afternoon, reading
the Episcopal service. The fun
eral was largely attended by the
many friends of the family and
many were the expressions of
sympathy, for the bereaved
brother who had so recently loat
his mother. The family had just
made extensive improvements
upon the home and made it on
of the most comfortable and at
tractive in Burns when death
summoned the mother and in less
than a month the sister was call
ed, leaving Charles alone It
was particularly sad and one that
brought sorrow not only for the
lonely brother but also to many
who hud known both mother and
sister so intimately and had
learned to esteem them highly.
The following brief obituary
was read by Dr. Benson at the
Georgie K. Kills was born Nov.
26. 1877 lit Momence, 111. She
graduated from the Kankakee
High School in 1806, afterwards
came west and graduated from
the Normul school at Bellingham
Wash. She was also a graduate
from the University of Michigan
Upon lies graduation she took
a iwsition in the Harney County
High School where she taught
for a time and afterwards taught
for several years in the state of
This year she was engaged in
the schools of Startup, Washing
ton, when she was taken ill, and
was obliged to go to the hospital
where she was when she receiv
ed the newB of her mother's
death. She returned to the
home on that sad occasion, but
was not able to rally, and passed
away November 7, 1914.
In early life she joined the
Episcopal church in Kankakee.
III., and was an earnest and de
vout Christian. She was inter
ested in every thing of a musical
or literary nature and responded
to every cull for public service.
So it might be said of her, as of
one of oid, she hath done what
We do job printing.
Lee and Edgar Williams are
over from Silver creek.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will
meet Monday evening at 7:: to.
Neil Smith and wife are out
to Iron Mountain on a vltil to
Mrs. Smith's parents.
L. R. Breithaupt has disposed
of his farm formerly owned by
Lloyd Culp, to C. D. Howard.
Finest alfalfa, timothy and red
top hay baled may be had nt the
Goodman feed ham is south Hums
0. 0. Jetloy accompanied
his son and daughter, was in from
the homestead during the week.
Winter apple $1.60 a bOX at
Huston's. These are John Day
apples and may be seen befON
Messrs. Allen & Weittenliiller
disposed of a quarter section of
land near the experiment station
this week to Ole O'Kille.
J. E. Sizemore wus a business
visitor during the week. He
came to have the necessary pa
pers drawn up transferring a
tract of land which he purchased
from Peter Berg.
C I.. Austin made proof on
his homestead this week and took
his departure immediately after
for Washington where he joinB
Mrs. Austin for a visit with rela
tives and friends for a few weeks.
Mrs. Millar has returned from
her trip outside and has now on
display some unusually fine mil
inery at the Schwartz store.
The ladies of the vicinity are in
vited to call and see the latest
creations in that line.
and J. W.
tha city this
I'.uehunan were In
The Mothers' Club will give
the dance on Thanksgiving as
has been thi ir custom for many
H. M. Horton and wife arrived
from Boise last Wednesday night
making the entire distance of 280
miles in one day In their car.
To those interested we are
pleased to announce that we are
restocking in Edison phonograph
goods. We have just received a
arge shipment of Blue Amberal
ccords. All wax records re
duced in price. Lunaburg, Dai
ton & Co,
Principal Sutton of the public
leheol has been holding fire drills
during the week and finds he can
Ml his entire "flock" of over
200 pupils out of the building in
one minute. This is a good
record and shows that should
there be a fire the children can
be gotten out very quickly.
Hum. 1.1.1 No. 117
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
HaiTaiiarargt l.tNUOrrirg I
Hum.. Ornii, or U.I !, .: 1I4.
Millie It hereby glv.B that Ilia Nurtlirrn
rai-lfln Hallway Cutnyauy, wbUM putt urtli-e
i.iiii. I. Hi (ill, UluuMiiis, liu tin. vein
.Li nl I li.liilnr.IVI4 Mini III I'll. orTll-e lit ill
i-nifon in.iilm-i unilor the provisions o lb ft
nl i liagllgg. i.foil J uljr I, IKM'WaUl Ml7,
.N'.nlHi, Hee. IS.T ai.,R MK..W M lou.00
i n.ri.1 No. V77HV
Uiy ami all in-raulta claiming artyi-rn-ly till'
'.in. I. ilia. rllKil. or iletlrlug tdobleet bei-tu." of
III- M liter. li-liaret-tur of llir lalnl
ur alii nl her
roteat lii ll.l. ..rlire, on ur lie
a..ii In tlii illatioeal to iillrtit, .houlil flit-
".i'ii an - avlaoiiirou-fl
Frank Johnsen of the Oregon
& Western Colonization Co. is at
Riverside to!meet more land pur
chasers. He is very busy at this
time conducting investors over
the lands of the company and
tkerc have been a large number
f sales recently.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
i mm ii mitufiin OWCB,
Nun... Or.gun, Niitetuher ID, ItM.
Muu-e It hereby gly.n that Jobs M. New-ell,
nl Im-weey, Oregon, wbo on Nuveattiar 30. Ivll.
inaili- AiMlil'inal Mumeatea't Kntrv, rto.OrYTU,
fur svm.nKV Haetlon tu. Towntblp I ..
Ilaiine .14 fait. Willamette Marlillan. hat riled
...it. , i of intention lo make final Ibree year
I'liaif. to lalillth claim to the land ala.ie iln
. i ii-e.l, before K. L. Saada. U, Si'ommiaalouar.
I hla off lee at lli.wtee, e regno, on the 1Mb
Li i.t IH-I rill net, IUI4.
i lalmailt namet at wtlntttet
J. wee 11. All'lrraon, William KIlbT. Mamiiel
vtiiliain.. William I. Jouea. all of Drawee,
WM. lull, Keglttar.
FALL AND WINTER SHO WIN
BROWNS SATISFACTORV STO
We are now showing special lines
of new winter Dress Goods; up 1
to date, and Quality, as usual. 1
the Best. New waist materials, j
knit goods and underwear; laces, j
Ribbons and Embroideries.
FULL LINE OF NEW SWEATERS j
Our shoe department Is complete with,
full line of shoes for Everybody
QUALITY FIRST j
N. BROWN & SONS
We do job printing.
NOTICI FOR PUUMCATION.
J. D. Daly, of Hoise. president
of the First National Bank of
this city, was here a few tlays
during the week to attend a neet
ing of the stockholders of the in
stitution. Mr. Daly is one of
the pioneer business men of this
section and while he makes his
home in Boise now, he still keeps
in close touch with business mat
ters here and is always glad to
meet his many friends in Harney
The Federal court found that
C. A. Sweek was not in contempt
in the recent action brought by
the P. L. S. Co., in which in
volved the vuaing of the Sweek
dam by the Electric Light &
Power Co. Another action has
been brought in the same court
against tne ngnt people eovenng
the same grounds. The ease is
set for this month and the light
company as well as the patrons
are anxious that the mutter In
settled in order to know just
what to expect next summer.
UNIT!) aTATM I.ANIl orrlCB.
llumt. Oregun, Nuteraber 1. 1I4 I
Null.-, la b.rebf elieu that titter Coorud
..in. .mi nl burnt, Oregon, wbo. on Joae M,
i-ii.nia-ir iiumettea'i fciitrj . Hex inazi, lor
., -. ami M.SW' iwetloa ,
I...tntlil. XiHoulb, Hang Si heal. Willamette
M-rl-llan baa tied jluilreuf lulenlloii to make
1 1 na i th ree year prlaf to ralal-llab I lalm to Ibe
i ....... deerrlb.il. before Ibe Hrglatat ami
.1 r.rt-r at linrne, orvgoa. on tbe 141b der of
Here tuber, 114,
claimant iiemraaa wltacatae
latiineal H Trier. Krneet Lartou Heu Koder,
tank Kline all of Burnt, Oregon
a. faaaa llrgiairr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I SI1KI1HTATM I.ANIl uKrli .
burnt oreeuu. Nuremberg. 114.
s..tn r it hereby given lliat Mary ii rix-ber.
trout, to egtablleb
ee daoerlbect, before
final i ommulatlou
iiiim to Iho land
in- Ii. .later and Rerelrer, at Hum., Oregon
on Hi. 1.1b dar of IMcembor, Iflt.
i Lliiiaii! uamea a. wltiiaaaag:
KolM-rtJ Oram, Jr. William J i.ranl. John
i .!; na '. r.nl I hunibeon. all of Waierlvlire
Wo KAaet. Regl.ler
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lair tn Ht.r.a LiNbOrrlt'g,
burnt, Oregon. November t, 1(14.
la hereby given ibal William J,
irant. of Wavarly, Oregon, wbo, on Nov t,
la). made llumeeltwd SaU) No. tan), fur hVU,
.. n Jr.. Towntblp J Mouth, Hauge
u K Willamette Meridiem, baa filed notice
nf luleullou to make final Ave year proof, to
-alttiilth i-laltn to the land above deet-rlbed,
before Kegltlrr and Keoelver, al Hnrut, Ore
gun. on the Mb dar " Unember, Il4
i lalmailt naiiK'.at wllueeert
ltni.rt M Oram. Jr. John I'atjena. Mliharl
Hi al) , limine. C Ileal v all of Waeerly. Oregon
Wa. faaat. Kegltter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'NITKU ITATM LAND OKflC,
burnt, i iregun. November . ItU.
Notii r It bertbv alvaa tanl Robert H. tjrauL
Jr, of naverly. Oregon, wbo on May J. IMM,
HKMTOHATIOS 111 KNTItV Or LANlib IN
NATIONAL KohkhT V'.tlie It horebt glyrii
Ibal lb land! ileat-rlle-4 below, embrnrlng
Itfaaeret. wlthlo the Malhi-ur National for
rtt. Oregon, will be liltije, I Ui eeltlemrnt ami
entry under the i.rovt.niii. ol tbe bonieelrail
lawt of Ibt United rtlatoe alnllheait.il June
It.ltua (at Mm., ant), at tbe InlirdHtalrt land
ofnre at burnt. On ton, on Nuvemiavr 'jr., ivi
Any tettlar wbo wag actually and In good faith
claiming any ol tald land lor agrlruitnra! par
juiere prior lo January 1. 1-am, and baa imt
abandoned aatne, bat a prefttrure right to
make, bomrttead antr) for On- Ian4e actual!,
occupied held land, were lltted upon ibe ap
pllratlunt ( Ibe Hiraoue mentioned below, I
wb. have a preference: rl.h- euhjeit lo
the prior right ol any tU'-h teitler, peoTldril
tueh aatller or applliant It .uain-.i l"
make homeetead i-mr ami tba Monraare
rlgbtltttarclaed prior to Novrii-rlli, mu, on .
which dale tha lam!, will lie til-)eci to eetlli
meat and entry by any o,neined mtreoti The
laadaareaa followt- The r. NKUand Unt I j
and I. Miction , T. ju H . Rsfy, K . W M IJ M
ecree. Ileled upon ot-i-Hi ail.ni of T H Itetrirk,
Uraweev. Oregon, Mat . 17 Hautembar 14
l.il i M. HKliet. Attltianti oinrolaaloii. r ..fj
tha ileneral lud OfBi -.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IMiii STATSt I.. an Ctjaagaj
Iturua. tJrrgon, Novrmlier a. Ivl4
Notice I. hereby given that Mary l.ou t roitoti, !
of lierrlman. tiireon, who. on Ai.rll t, leva.
made llomealrad knur. No.taw7l. for K',i ',
and Ultra a..d 4. rtettton la. T.twtial.ii
Haagr M Kaal, Wlllatnrltr Meridian baa bird
iiwtlce of intention to make yirtal five-year
I'roof. to eatahllah i lalm to tbe land above dr
errtbed. before Ibe Krgletrr and Kacelver, at
burnt, Oregon, on Ibe 71b daf of Urcwmlatr,
ilalmaai uamea at wltnaaaea
Burner Itanman.of llarrimau. Oregon i.raul
Taomaaon. Wavrrb. iiregon clarence I
caryatid H-1 ilia lirumeii. IhkIioI Harrlaiaii.
Wa Kaaaa, Keglater
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'aiT.n HvtTtttl.aNbOrrit g, i
llutnt. Orrgi.ii, Noruil..r , IVI4 I
Niitli , I. hereby gltetl tliat Klrharil J Main.,
Of Wavarly. Ilregnn, who, oil J all na I .
made Oaten laml Kmr- No o-j.t. for KW'4
MtV, Lot I, bee la. NSNyi. i-ertion It, Town
thlp'Jtg Range ,u K , Willamette Meridian.
IboUleoa Malheur I. . hat file! Iinll.-r ol In
lantluu to make tluai Lfuol. to ralalillati - lami
to Ibe land alaivc -let tiln-d. l-riore Kcgltter
and Haeelver. al Burnt, urcg of Ibe 17ih da)
of IhKaiuhar. i4.
Claimant naiiia. at wlliinaaet,
TbomaaH. Hill. Jaim. vt Atln.lioug I tier:,-.
M. rackaun. ail or I'rliii el-in, ijreajan ei.il Ua)
MloUkllu.il ullage Oregon.
rttai, uigiti. r
A Full Line of
MASON JAR CAPS
I also have a new line ol
Percales, Flaxons, Glmfhamn, Voiles, tt
Latest In Neckwear, Barrette, Side aa
Back ombs for Ladies. Just arrived, ttt
Latest in Ties, ollars, Salts, aps, Ha
Underwear and Shirts for Men.
SPECIAL CASH PRICES
On quantity orders for
A. K. Richardson
for we can no longer tsmsistently
say to the Jacksons that they
must continue to rustle and culti
vate and seed their fields to feed
the rabbits, or that they must
carry the additional expense of at
least $200 per quarter section to
stretch rabbit wire on their stock
fences with proves doubtful suc
The new law is net, at is often
stated, socialistic. It is co-operative
on the same lines thai ten
citizens pool their capital and
I their credit and call themselves a
"bank" or that Ave or six busi
ness men and office holders pur
chase a teact of land, await de
velopment, tell out and divide
the profits of the investment.
Edward P. Carter, aged 40
years passed away at the Burns
hospital lust Sunday evening,
Nov. H, aftor suffering for e
short time from a hurt He
stepped upon a nail recently
while at his home and at first he
did not consider it serious but
the wound became infected and
he was brought to the hospital
where Dr. Griffith amputated the
foot on Saturday as a last resort
to save his life but it had gone
too Ioiir. (jangrone had set in
and the infection hud become so
extensive that the patient could
Deceased was a man of family
leaving u wife and children. He
had resided near Lawen for sev
eral years and had a nice home
started on his claim. Leist year
he and his wife worked at the
experiment station and during
the season just closed Mr. Carter
worked with a threshing crew.
He was a soa-in-Jaw of Mr.
Edward who formerly itonduct
ed the Oregon Hotel in this city.
The funeral was held Tuesday
afternoon, interment being made
in the Burns cemetery. Mr. Car-
Remarkable Cur. of Croup.
"LaMt winter when my little
boy had croup I got him a bottle NOTICE
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
honestly believe it saved his
life," writes Mrs. J. M. Cook,
Indiana, Pa "It put the phlegm
and relieved his coughinj spells.
I am most grateful for what this
remedy has done for him. " For
ale by all dealers.
niaile llotneateail Kutr)
i II I, IH Harllni, t T.i
Kaal, Willamette taarldlau, bat fiieil notice
uf intention to make final tire year tuool.to
i-aiaiiiitii ciairo lo tne latni above ueecriaea,
i.ilorc itcgltter autl Receiver, at Hume, tire
goi, oif the Ilia day of Haceralier, 114 .
i laimant nainea aa wltueeeca
William J. i irant, Jobn I'aijwiia.i irant 1 bump
aim, man K Tliuaimio, al' of Waverlr, Oreguu
I'KiTgti Srarag I. a an Or rn g.
Hum., Oregon, November , 111.
Siitlut It hereby glvtu thai John I'atjena. of
Weverlee. .iregon, who.nu June.'! iihm, to. tie
ll.iux.l.ait Knirr. N.MMv for NWli, Keotloa
.ii, Tovrnthlp .. Hanga nt JS., W'Tllameltae
Miil'llan. baa filed notice of llllelltloll In make
llnal live rear uruol. to entaliletb claim 10
the lain! above dctcrlbed, before Hegltler and
licceiver.al Murnt, Oregou.on tbe 1Mb day uf
i laimant nauict tt wllasgigt
i..i.crtn Oram. Jr., William J. tiraal,
Mu heal Mealy. Tl.umag P. Mealy all of Wavarly
Wa. faaag. Htglttar.
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
I N1TKII HTATK.1 I AMi OTttCBl
Hitrllt, llri.iili. Nin.'lilUl ', Itlt.l
Notice I. hereby glcli tl. at I rank II I i. lie, ,
of Princeton, Oregon, who, on March ftl, IwU
made llotaettead hntry. No OMla. for ',
Nee il.Toeu . llaugM :a h. "III. null.
Meridian, baa nleii uolleeot inteitlloii to make
eoiu mutation nriH.l, lo catabll.h claim lotlio
laud aiatlve dvaerlteil. tanfore Itcgrttcr ami He
calver, at Iturua. tuegoii, on tbe I'tbdayof
t'lalmaal namet at a llui-eeca :
Tboatat B. Kill, J. me. W. Arniatrong. Mlcb
aelUealy and Rlebard J. Ilaluoa. all of lilii.e
Wa Kaaat. Regl.ler.
(IMIi Sural in. I. Ill So.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UNlTltHHTATM I.ANItlirrii '
Burn., iiregon. Oolotatl It. i n
Notice It hercbi gUen itiat Ibe Norlhern
I'avific Katlaa) I omiiau, wlm.e ioat offtic
addraat It 81. I'aui, Mluiicaoia, hat Ibla Imb
.lay olOcllib,'! I "It lllcd III th la ..It ii ii 11. 1. 1 I'll, a
tlou to aelect uudtr Ilia hrovlatoat ol lb ait
of I ougruat. al'tiioieil Jul) 1, l M Ntal. ..:,
B'JUi at eiteudeil by tbe Act of t'ougrtei ap
proved Map 17. ivuri,
WUNtiJ W'wjof WKWilao. 14. Tap. .11 K., K
' Mortal No. irnra.
Any and all ueraoua elalmiug advrrtoly llio
lauda ileaeriticil, or detlrltlg to olilcct becau.'i
of tha Mlnatal cbaraeter of tbe laml. or am
other reaaon. to Ilia tilapoaal lo apiilicam,
akolllil flU tlielr altlilavlt. of nruteal lutlil.
office, on or before tin- utli day ut ItocoatDtr
Wa. Piatta, Keglater.
Fair Feed Yard
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS j
Timothy, Alfalfa and Red Top Hay
Baled Hay For Sale
Free Camp House and;Feeding Privilege in Corn,
or Barn. Customers Care For Own Stock.
W. A. GOODMAN, Adjoining Fair Grounds.
Every bushel of grain, every ter was a good roan who had
acre of alfalfa aaved from tfai. gained the respect and confidence
OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU
1 bbl. best straight grade flour on the market - $5.85
1 bbl. best fancy Patent flour on the market- 6.35
1 case best standard solid pack sugar corn - 2.10
1 case best standard tomatoes on the market - 8.65
1 case Pearl oil ... . 3.20
1 keg good pickles 1.30
50 pounds flne dairy salt si .85
10 pounds Fountain dried peaches - 1.00
10 Silver Leaf lard - - 1,50
Potatoes 11-2 cts. pound. Good onions 2 cts. pound
Winter apples 75 cts. box. Squash 11-4 cts. pound
We have a dandy good coffee for 23c. pound
We also have a fine peaberry coffee for 26c. pound
These prices are the best In the Interior. Get other prices and com
pare them. We Invite you to see the quality of our goods and the
price and you will be a continual customer.
Phone, write and come and see us
IRA G. BOYCE & CO
John Day, Oregon
We have a complete stock of
and are ready to supply your wants
Dress Goods, Wash Goods
Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery,
Gloves, Embroideries, etc.
CALL OR SEND YOUR ORDERS
The Burns Department Store
Umitbu mu., I . .......
Hum., DragwA, Oetubei
Batt Cough Matticitt. for Children.
"Three years ajjo when 1 was
livinsr in Pittsbura' one of mv
children had a hard cold and cou- 2gCHfK;r:.fcN'
Khed dreadfully. Upon the ad
1 ( - ,...!..... . . . "
v.ce of a druKRest I purchased a J2XiJ!lukt:L,bJ'Z2B
' it lieiWiy ejst i.i. thai v,,t, H wueale
..ii Au ml i., am
y m. mini. fr wi.ni
MM III.,, ... l.,.,, tk .na
uouie ol Chamberlain s Couh
Remedy mid it benefited him at
once. 1 fuul it the best cough
medietas for children because it
is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it." writes" Mrs.
Lafayette Tuck. Homer City, Pa.
This remedy contains no opium
or other narcotic, and may be
Riven to a child as confidently as
to an adult. Sold by all dealers.
I a-iie. '.a : 3 -a.eai.it . J all.' B(, ft'
u. :u:.,u' ltltter a.,.) Ke.-el.er, (a
- , -'IVll,
. JUtlt .lay uf NataaSs
Claimant iiamoaat lti......
Alex f. M.-l-hail, llarul.l Juliau.eu J.I
T.llur.aud U lu.um. .11 f H, i.u"; iinigt.
wa. faaag. Kegi.Mt.-
NOTICK FOR I'lrBLICATIOl'
Huriie.iiiigtiu, iii-touai 7 1.14.1
I4ulli'a It lieiebr given II,., TUoluat II Out.
hi thl nH? ?"!''. V aalalilUh .lain
(UiaUl Heali.aaJa at a. u,lli,.....
U. illilTi. mV- "" " "'"'
1' or Sale Ranch about HMl
acres, between 600 and 600 acres r,udl'l,uL,'"l'rv:l?a".S
.rrig-aiuu. Al range, an ideal
,8tock ranch. Call on L. M.
1 1 Brown.
McKlnata, N.lauu K. farOw, Albeit'
at, Kegltltr. I
there's uroina to be suns'
good pictures at Tonawama this