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"ifeWKrtSRril v ""k iiii mil iijUinn I ! I JL To the Ladies! Wc take great pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to make Ladies Suits and Coats, as well as Mens. We have secured the services of a tailor who has had years of experience in the art and study of fine tailoring. WILSON WINS GRAND VICTORY (Concluded I'ltim I'ltst I'ngc) Afternoon Club a When you order a suit from us you know that you are going to get the goods, style and workmanship. When you order a suit thru a mail-order house, you don't know just what you are going to get; you don't see the goods and the work Is done by machinery and when the suit is received in most cases alterations are necessary be fore you can wear it. You save time and money and we guar antee you satisfaction when you order thru our store. Williams-Zoglmanit Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - High Grade Tailoring I iiii. " ' " ' ' ' " I. O. O. F. Building - - Burns, Oregon Iht fSiimtxM. (Coilininnicntlon) turns himself iiml ho attributes Mr& Uembolri'fl beautiful homo hia defeat to bml weather, the J was opened to the Afternoon voto in those nrecincta was very club Last Saturday, November light owini; to the bad storm and , and tho members enjoyed n muddy roads. A Iiuro number banner program prepared by of sheep men were prevented Mrs. Hombold, Mrs. Kclloy nnd from going to tho polls. Miss McGee. This morning roporN are some "Wagner" was tho study for what changed from thoso recelv- this occasion and the responses ed earlier. Liuio is 1000 in tho to roll call were names of his lead for U. S. Senator and .Mm operas or of his contemporaries. Million has a ehanco for election Mrs. Kclloy presented a de ns ho is reported only 40 behind scription of this wonderful com in Malheur nnd in U precincts poser, giving an interesting in this county has a lead of 107 sketch of his life in connection whilo Stewart is credited with with his art. In closing Bhosnid, carrying Omit by about 2fi0 "Today they aro building momi Mahon will gain many voies in incuts; let them build them to this county and possibly will be tho Hkios, they cannot reach the 'elected. It is also reported thai loftiness onus genius. Lot them jsull'rago has carried in the state, bo founded upon tho massive and ' niiiii r n,.,n vow limn i eternal rocks, they cannot mnko i,n... ,.m.n.,.,ti, ,, m,! thorn more enduring than his vnrious measures. Tho court, nmo' house is defeated. According to' ,n n pleasing manner outside reports abolishment of Mra- Kombold reviewed Trui.i capital punishment has lost; sin- ,l"or ac ly ad- cnulifully gle tax, the various road bills disclosing the plot and tho moral and abolishing state senate have (,f tho piny. In a sentonco tho apparently nil lost. ,U)t of Tn"lm"se' 3 t10 story which never gruwn uiu ui uiu Frank Buckland To Move ILJUafcUUJiarLAjM. "i. I. frHTn Frank liuckland, of Harney City, who was freed from tho chnrgo of taking part in tho kill ing of tho lato Marshal Stroud of Harney City, when his brother James Buckland, Hurbank Clay nnd lilmsolf woro tried on that chargo in Bums eomo two weeks ago, was in Vnlo on last Sunday accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Buckland. They woro on their way to Idaho whero it is under stood they will make their future home. Vale Enterprise. F. O. Jackson has gone to Mal heur county to visit relatives for a time. His wifo has been out there for some time. Browns Satisfactory Store JULIAN BYRD, Manager SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1912 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oo. Y..r $2.00 SU Month. 1.00 TV.. Month. .75 Advertising is Universal Need, Rather an unique article entitl ed "If Advertising Were Elimi nated" is published in the Wom an's Home Companion. It is worth some study and should prove interesting to the adver tiser. It is as follews: Can you imagine what exis tence would be like if all adver tising were eliminated? It would mean more than the absence of advertising in the pages of the periodicals and news papers. It would mean that the grocer would not have the name of his business printed over his door or on his window. The drug stores would not display the globes of colored water. The minister would not announce the topic of his next sermon, nor the midweek meetings, from the pul pit There wouldn't be even sign posts at the country crossroads nor on the street corners in towns and cities. If you visit a strange commu nity where there was no adver tising whatever, you would real ize how absolutely dependent you are upon advertising. If you wanted to go to a store particu larly the best store, no one could direct you, for that is advertising word-of-mouth advertising, which is sometimes as important and as valuable as any other. Frankly, you would find it prac tically impossible to live without advertising, although you might manage to exist after a fashion. a mere cnuu couiu tangle us up in about a minute if his insat iable curiosity were directed to advertising. To his first ques tion we could promptly and truth full reply that a man advertises to make money, "How does he make money by advertising?' the answer isn't so easy. Possi bly the childish mind might be satisfied with the explanation that advertising increases the volume of business, which is true of course, but it is neither com prehensive nor final. You may follow it through ever so many ramifications, and in the end you will find that ad vertising pays for the simple rea Bon that it renders a service to ydU and me and to the man and Woman next door. The great agents of civilization are those which save time and increase the comfort and con venience of the people. These are the things that make the railroad and the many applica tion for electricity tho telegraph the telephone, light, power so enormously valuable. Advertis ing belongs to the same category. There is no way of estimating its capacity for saving time, for in creasing comfort. AGRICULTURAL SHORT COURSE AT HOME County Board Wishes an Expression From Those Interested and Will Attend -Write to Mr. Breithaupt Tonight. Tonight, if you feel dull and stupid, or bilious and constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets, and you will feel all right tomorrow. Sold by all dealers. The county board has asked The Times-Herald to ascertain what the farmers of this county think of the proposed "Short Course" in agriculture, stock raising, domestic science, etc, to to be held in this city during Feb ruary. It is the intention of the board to secure instructors from the Agricultural College to bring all the advantages of the short course lectures as conducted each year at the college right to the farmers of Harney county pro vided there is sufficient interest shown to justifiy the venture. Every advantage given at the college may be secured right here at home if the farmers will give the matter their attention and interest The plan is to hold sessions for at least two weeks and longer if attendance and results justify. This is the only time of the year when the instructors from the college are available and is the right time for the farmer to take advantage of them. Remember it is up to the farmer. If he does not signify his interest and intention of attendingit will be a waste of time and expense to se cure the instructors who can put in the time to good advantage at points where interest is shown. The Times-Herald understands this course of lectures will cover every feature or problem involv ed in this section and are bound to be of momentous benefit to those who attend them. These instructors are practical men who have had experience and will Kive the best instructions along the lines they are making a specialty of. The domestic science class will also be of much benefit to the ladies and tho far mer should arrange to bring his wife and daughters too. Those who will attend are re quested to fill in the coupon printed in this issue of The Times-Herald and mail it to L, It. Breithaupt, Superintendent Experiment station, Hums, Ore gon. These should be sent him at the earliest possible moment as it is necessary that the board know the number who will at tend by the first part of next month in order to make necessary arrangements, secure the in structors and finance the course. Another matter that enters into the arrangements is accom modations for those desiring to attend. The following figures on the county, district and part of tho state officers and president are that have been received up to this morning as voted in tnis ceunty: President: Debs, (51; Roose velt, 82; Taft, 185; Wilson, 287. District Atterney: Aker 182, Brooke, 238. State Senater: Mahon, fiOo, Stewart 318. Representative: Homan, 215; i Hurley, 237. Commissiener: Bain, 502; Haley 122; Size-more. -ISO. j Sherilf: Comcgys, -108; Good man, 315; Richardson, 'ID I. Treasurer: Howard, 78; Lewis, 533; Miller 038. Assesser: Catlow, 531); Done gal!, 5fil); Roder, 1)2. School Stipt.: Hamilton, 5S0; Newton, -121. Surveyer: Beery, -IS8; Emhreo, MG; Gowan, 383. Clerk: Eggleston, 110; Sch wartz, 100; Waters, (51)5. Burns is tho only completed returns in on the measures and as this would not give much in formation respecting (he result in the county they will not be published this issue. The ollicial count will be made before our next issue and the figures will be given in lull. Dr. A coupon with number corres-. pondinir with the ticket mirchas-' cd is given to Tonawama picture patrons winch entit es them o a chance on a prize to be given away at holiday time. Thonum-! hers will be placed in a box und will be one drawn out. If the corres- ponding number is in the house the holder gets the prize. If not another is drawn until one is found present. Save your coupons. struggle between good and evil for a human soul, and tho sin ner's redemption through tho power of a good womans' love." She introduced a number of sel ections from tho opera, rendering them on tho piano with artist's skill. Miss McGee was unable to be present, but had prepared an ex cellent paper which was read by i Mrs. Kellogg. In it high tribute was paid Casima Wngner, the I musician's devoted wife who sur i vived him, but who, at his death ceased to live except to promote his work. "With every energy concentrated on heightening the halo about her husband's memory, she has been content to rest with out a shadow. History contains no more beautiful instance of supreme wifely love." A Niglil of Terror. Few nights aro more terrible than that of a mother looking on her child choking and gasping for breath during tin attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it Many mothers have passed nights of terror in this situation. A little forethotght will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croup nnd has never been known to fail. Keep it at Im- d. Eor sale by all deal-ears. Grillith and Jake Welcome ionic next week. BURROW M. I). R. I) I'liynliimi nnd Surgeon Office lit Hums Motel, llurnit, Oregon WINTER AUTOMOBILES a s. 8. 0 o S ? tr Sr n e o. i i r 5 S. W 5 S 2 f C rm rr S ? jif 8 to Bend at 7:00 Sunday Leave Tues- Scheduled leave Burns a. m. every and Thursday. Bend on every day and Friday. In tervening trips made when business war rants. This schedule will be maintained and tickets will be on sale for the above days at anytime. Secure your transportation early. Burns - Garage D. M. McDade, Traffic Mgr. HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF The sworn statements of Ufa Insurance Companies on filo al tho btato Insurance Department, Salem, show that In 11)01). 11)10. 11)11, Oregon Life tho Only Life Insurance Company Exclusively Oregon, sold mora policies in Oregon than any other company. In 1012 Oregon Life is surpass ing all its previous records. UEST FOR OREGONIANS E. C. Egou:ston, 35 Agent. ., fc, lim I. .. . inn I. Notice to Creditor.. In the itutttcr of tlic cutiito (if llnrtry Dlion, tlrccnactl. Notice li hereby h'ivcu tlutl the under HJirtictl Inn been reuulnrlv Hiinolnleil Hi- rcutrlx of the ll Will iiml Trttninmt of HnrTcy Ihion, clcceninl. All ncrions linvinu clalnm nuninat hiiIiI rutnte lire hciehr notified to nivxcnt the miine to the uiulrI(iicl, iluty v trilled it by law required, within nx months from the date ul tltU notice. Dated ut llurn, Oregon, Noenilr I), Mahv lil.l.KN Dixon, Hiecutrix of the Imit Will nnd Testament ofllitrvejr Dixon, ilcccnvcit Shoes For School Choice of Tan, Calf nnd Gun Mctnl nnd Pntent, heavy good wearers for ' school girls nnd boys. School Hosiery Childrcns School Hose. Fine ' Rib bed School Hose, nnd mndc for liard wear. AH sizes for children. Girls Winter Cloaks A few advance numbers of Misses and Little Girls Coats. Wc can show you a few styles at this time that may be just what you want. msaixmmacwMasnwmnBaisvsxa Overcoats For Winter Overcoats for Boys and young Men Wo can please nnd fit you both. Call nnd gel yours from the latest line. School Suits For Young Boys nnd Men nt all uges from G to 15 yenrs. Heavy for winter nnd u small price attached. Boys Winter Wear A Fine nnd Wnrm Line of Winter Underwear nnd Ovcrshirts for the Boys. Also the best line of Intest Sweater Gtmts nt Rockbotlom Prices. KSKCTKE N. BROWN & SONS FOR SALE HY OWNER. 1 section, 010 acres, level un improved sage hrush land in Hnrney Valley, canhesuhirrigat ed. 100 acre tract, fenced, good house deep well and otherwise improved. Prices made toBtiit in tending settlers. No speculators need apply. Inquire at this office. Seed ryo and harley for sale by Chan. Davis, Harney, Oregon. rirrr- Send Your Orders For Lumber, Lath, Cedar Shingles, Hardwall Plaster, Portland Cement, Lump Lime, Etc. Overturf , Davis, Miller Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers Office Phone 36 Mill Phone 48 BEND, - - OREGON. We have a large stock of the above and can make quick deliveries to the Burns Country. Get OUR Prices. A Valuable Silver Cup i For The Best Agricultural Exhibit Of products grown tributary to the Oregon Trunk, Spokane, Port land & Seattle, Oregon Electric nnd United Railway al the Pacific N-W Land Product Show Portland November 18-23 Will h Given Hv These Railway To PORTLAND From BEND, Oregon Tickets on sale Nov. 18, 19, 20, return limit Nov. 25. L,- m!lISSLHS!GDfif-t E J $16.75 CENTRAL OREGON LINE WMfaCW itSlXf ? Hound Trip To Spokane or the NATIONAL APPLE SHOW Tickets on sale Nov. 1 OUi, to 1 lh inclusive. Return limit Nov. 20th. Train leaving Central Oregon in morning arrives in Portland 5:0 . in. and Spokane :4f p. in. J, II. Corbrtl, AkI. IIciiiI, Ore. It. Wngner, ArI. Terrebonne, Ore, VV. I:. COY1AN, Qeuural Freight and Passenger Agt.' Details of schedules, fan s, etc., will ho furnished on request. -:- WE SELL Winter EKSSlSsS "" Wear Ami ciut. nt all times n coinploto Imp ef: SSMSWlJJi5S!t g?gg?!lSfj?inEreBES3!? tffl I New Goods! New System? Low Prices? Having cut out the long credit system, we are prepared to give prices which will pay, you to buy at home. ' Remember, when you buy at home you create a market for what you have to sell, no matter what it consists of, whether it be farm products, labor or legal ad vise, you don't help your own com munity, when you go outside to trade; you don't help the farmers when you buy outside flour. Last year manv people sent away and went outside to trade. What is the result? The wheels of industry have been idle, no building, no bus iness, no work, no market. Heavy crops are being harvested and still a large portion of the old crop is on hand. It is now time for the people to get together if they want prosperity at home. Trade at our place if you can; if not trade with our competitor; but Trade at Home Burns Department Store Sweaters and Sweater Coats, Underwear, In Two-piece and Union Suits, Sheep Lined and other Heavy Winter Coats, Knit Caps, Night Shirts, Pajamas, Woolen and Cotton Blankets, Woolen Socks, Ger man Socks, Overshoes, Rubbers Etc. We also have a large and complete line of Mens Woolen and Heavy Winter Shirts The Best of the Best GOTZAIN SHOES (Amip mid look our Mock over, compiup our priep.s mid llipiinilit, iiml wp .up mii-p.voii will 1 tsi-ei iconrs FROM A. K. .Richardson General Merchandise MBHWPMWMWMWWWMMMm1 I " lin'i'bl 'n HI ilW, III ', WI'll 'i'MUIMMWr FOR BACKACHE RHEUMATISM KIDNEYS AND BLADDER I . mmtin phi makmiui. tm IIA1IIT FORMING PHUOS Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema Blnco tlm oin.fnsliloncul llieory of enr- IllK' ll'KPIllll tlllOUKll liu lllll Iiuh llVOll ' Klu'ii up liy KclfiitlNtH, iiuuiy iliiTiTint I kuIvi'N Iiiivci Ik on ulnl rni' tiltln iIIhouboh, llllt It llllH IlI'Vll fOllllll tllllt lllt'BO HUlVl'H imly rloK mo luiri'M iiiui ommut jionvtiiilo In lliu Jiiiiit Hhlii billow tliti t'lilm'iiiilu wlirm tliu I'Cicmu KcrniH uio ItxlKul. Thin Ilia nunllty uT I'oiintiiillinr . urolialilv uxnlnlnu flio troinciuluim hiio- ri'M lit tllli Well llllOHII llqillil I'OXclllll imni'il), oil of wlnlni'KU'en, tliymol, nlv I'orliiK, ('Ui, UN ('oiiiioiiiiiUmI In 1.1)). rriHPrli(loii, I Wo liuvu Hula ullior ruiuudlva fur nUIii trmiHox Imt nono Hint wo enn roeom im nil iih liUlily 1111 Huh for u know Unit IU.l. HtoH tho Itili nt oiioo. We ran lilvo yon u trlnl Hlio liottlu Tor S ctiUs Unit will lio uiiiiit.li tu jiruvo It. of cuurtiti nil ollnr ilriiKKlatH limn u.D n. l'riwrlttlon no in iliem u yon t-iin't oomo to tin but ilon't accept noma liltf piollt mitiuUtute lint If you coino to our nlorn, wo nrq BOOMitnln of wlmt !.!! will lo for yon tlit w iiIYit oii n full nUo liottlu oil not nun in AT ONCK, UiIm irimiiinlrt) If yon ila not llml tiat ;u, it It tiiUi'M nwny tlio Hill cuala ou nut a cult. I All the news in The Times-Herald for $2,00 "I 1 Kill !ini or. wl Jl ( i 1 K.A SfiT !? u iu.-? , JMS V'