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,: .. . g .JlaeaaaVSBI I ; . f 1 LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen (hose New Spring and Summer Samples at Williams Zoglmann Clothing Co.'s Store? Just looking may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you here even if you just come to look. We're so proud of our Spring and Summer woolen line, that we are anxious to have everybody see them. Mmiiv new things in line imported weitves in suitings, with Si Irs t Ii.h are Unnquated. We'll Look Out rir Yon, if Von Look In To Bee Is. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers -I. O. O. F. Building High Grade Tailoring Burns, Oregon - Harney County Wool Growers Meet a Success The annual mcctinK of the Harney County Wool (.rowera Association WM hold in thisplncn last Saturday afternoon nnd ac cording to A. It. Whitney, who was elect nil secretary, it. wns n very Quite a Snow Storm Hartley county MOM to have received li Lt 1 touch of the ureal storms that have been ratc inr throughout the middle Btatcs. Last Wednesday morning wo ex perienced one of the most dis IfffOWblt snow storms witnessed successful one In which ,..! durinjr the winter. It was of a flhr fciittf-KmCi JULIAN BYRD. Manager SATURDAY. APRIL 5. I'.ll.l SUBSCRIPTION RATSS O.. Y.r J2.CK) Si Month, I (HI TW.. Month. .7!! and Oregon and says he feels confident there is to be a city of importance in the great opening empire of Central Oregon and he has picked Harney Valley as the location and Hums as the city. Shipping 20,000 Cattle from California Propose Erecting a New Hospital. Dr. D. E. Standard, recently of St Louis, Mo., was an arrival in this city Wednesday evening and has decided to locate perma nently. Be will be joined hort ly by his wife, who is also a doc tor and Dr. Harlan A. Harris will be added to the firm later. The latter is now in the east where he will take extensive post graduate work. According to Dr. Standard he and his wife were for years asso ciated with some of the best ho -pitals in St. Louis and the lads has taken several post graduate courses in eye, ear, nose and throat work and makes that her specialty. Dr. Standard has opened negt -tiations with parties in Hums for a property in which this new firm of Doctors contemplate starting a modern, well equipped hospital with a graduate trained nurse in charge. Such an insti tution would De welcomed in Burns and if properly handled by skilled professionals able to do work would be a most beneficial addition to the town. Dr. Standard states he has spent the past twenty months looking over Washington, Idaho Assistant Supt. Holland of the P. L. S. Co, informs The Times Herald that his company is ship ping some 80,000 head of cattle out of California on account of drought The company has re cently purchased some lO.tHMi head of steers, near the Mexican border and these were to be mov ed further north but since the dry weather short duration however, and th weather has moderated mater ially since. The snow fell very rapidly for a few hours and it WM accompanied by a severe wind that made it drift. A simi lar storm was experienced here ; last year n little later. It was fortunate the storm come thus early as the lambing season begins next, week and such a storm during thut period 'Would entail a considerable loss to the sheep men. It is thought now they are comparatively safe. Look to Your Plumbing. You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is in poor condition everybody in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever. lars to the sheep men thissiason. The digestive organs erform the The growera realise there are im same functions in the human portent problems and serious body as the plumbing does for grievances confronting them and the house, and they should be it is only bv oi conization that kept in first class condiition all the best interests of those en gaged in the business can be safe guarded. The sheep industry is a very important one in this section and represents inanv hundreds of thousands of dollars. The sue cess of this great industry is of more than passing interest to the whole country and therefore the necessity of organization means much to the general public. siderable enthusiasm WM shown by those in attendance. The new officers, elected were: .1. F. Mahon, president; ). 10, Thompson, vice president ; A. B, Whitney, Secretary and treasur er. The executive committee appointed are (Irani Thompson, P, C. Pet) i -en and C. (!. Smith. The Times-Herald learns from Mr. Whitney that there was a gootl attendance and the mem ben seemed to realise the Import ance of protecting their interest by organization. During the past year reductions in freight rales on wool has been secured and this was done by organiza tions of the character of the Harney Count v wool growers and this one Mcompllihnunt will result in saving thousands of ilol- yeara old. Married to Prof. Sut ton in 1890 and both had taught in the schools of Springfield, Ore gon, where they had lived since marriage. A short funeral service was conducted nt the home yesterday morning, before the body was shipped, by Dr. Habbidge of the Presbyterian church. The many the time. If you have any trou ble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get tjuick relief. For sale by all dealers. A Sad Death Mrs. W. If. Sutton, wife of Prin cipal Sutton of tile public school of this city, died at the family home last Wednesday evening at other industries ol the entire !l o'clock. She had undergone nation protect their interests by a very serious abdominal opera mutual combinations therefore tion last Saturday. Dr. Harrison the local sheepman should see removing eleven fibroid tumors, that it is to bis personal interest She rallied from the operation to foster such an organization as and it was thought she would ra the one started here, cover but her death came live Growers who have not become days after from acute dilatation members should oin, If they f the stomach which affected desire any information it will be cheerfully given by addressing the secretary at Hums or any of the members, Mr. Whitney is one ol the niu.,1 enthusiastic in California It has members and his selei lion :issee- li.i..,, .I.w.i.l.wl ... nliln ...w... .... I . m ...... wuucu w amp mnv .1- j relary Was llltleetl InrlUIUUC, M roany. he will give the matter particu- The Oregon ranches of the sr attention and do his utmost company will accommodate 10,- to make the association a success 'hmi head and the balance of the and see that its policies are car shipment will go to the Nevada rled OUt to the best interests of ranches and to eastern points the members. This is true of where feed may be Meured. the other officers of the MMehv The company used to grow or tion too, however, but Mr. Whit rat her care for at least that num-1 "ey is so situated and has Hit her additional on the Oregon' umetpoevote to ins wor Ktiiai ranches and it is the intention to bring the number up to the maximum perhaps. With cattle selling at the prio they are today it is fortunate that the big concerns are in a position to handle such big num bers to an advantage. By thus handling them they may be in creased more rapidly and the P -esent shortage relieved. Presbyterian Church Tomorrow. he W Ul to th. te I in ii t a vuluame tociation. man the heart and her demise was iuite sudden. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton came here last summer and had both been employed in the public school of this citv. She was un estimabl. ludy of much ability and her Ion is a severe blow to her husband and friends. The body was em Maimed and snipped out hy way of Bend for burial at Cottage Wlrove, their former home. Mr. Sutton accompanied the body out, having secured a leave of absence from his duties. Deceased was formerly Miss Belle Lincoln and was born in Springfield, Mass, She was II Preaching services will be held at the usual hours 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Farm Lands Call and See Me In Tonawama Bldg. MARTIN GALLAGHER friends in this city extend sincere sympathy to the bereaved hus band who expects to return im mediately after interment at Cottage Grove and resume hia duties in the school. Two Daily Mails The patrons of the local poHt office certainly appreciate the regular mail service that haa been resumed from both Canyon and Vale. There was some talk of the temporay service on the Canyon line discontinuing on the first of the month but instead they begun regular daily stage service and now we are receiving our mail on time and regular schedule. I.'. J. McK union & Son hegan their regular contract on the Vale line on the first. They are mak ing very good time considering the condition of the roads. The Canyon line is only under tem IHirary service until the contract now being advertised is let. Found ft Cur for Rheum attain T suffered with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time." writes Iee L Chapman, Mupleton, Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I could not sleep or lie still at night. Five years ago I begun using Chamberlain's Liniment and in two months I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since." For sale by all dealers Catholic Church. Church of Id.- Holy Family Holy Mass. 1. Sundays ami Holy days of obligation at lOdO a. in. 2. Week days at 7:30 a. m. Sick call smade at any time. Those desiring instructions or re ligious information cordially in vited to call at residence along side of church anil always wel come. Non-Catholics always welt ome at church services. Services outside of the above on Sundays ami Holy days of ob ligation wilt lie announced in church. Rev. Pius Niermann. O. F. M. SPRING : 1913 : SPRING New dress goods just arrived including latest fabrics shown Embroideries and Insertions New Attractive Spring Shoes King Tailored Waists Stylish And Very Popular At BROWNS SATISFACTORY STORE A. Kgli was in for several days this week on a visit to the family. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION I '.M I I' I I I- I M. 'Ill I' I, I Hum.. Oregon. Marrh If, nn: I Notice ir. h.r.l.v m,.i. ci.. i lu. hard U, ll..!.'.. of Itll.r, oreauu, who .if Knt.rtaary VI, HI". ni. I.- Ii.iiii, ilr.l Kmry. No in; n, for !-K' . HectluB 10. lowullilb H H . ll.m, -i. K , WlP laeirin- Meridian l.aa fllad uotlre of hi. int.n Hon lo make final tlir.r . r proof, lo rttalillau ' LI III to tl... 1. 1 1. 1 i.i w .leecrUUell, I ..-(... Kt later and K.relvr-, at llimia, Oregon, on tlia VOi day uf M.jr. HI'. claimant nan .-a a wllu..... laaat Collar, w I. hv.i. Alfn.l J.iimaoii ami liny I llaiiil.re.. all ol Hilar, I lrron W l'r. Itl'flalir NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. f m rat. nin La no i'ihh Hume, (trefoil Mar h 77. ivi.i , Not I. r la hrrehr glvail that Kftxl Urn I h ol Na,rma, Oregon, who. on April IV, in I it. inada Additional MomrtiM'l r.iiry No tMVkO (or M.1!''- s,., t, KWNWU, Htt'aNK'a, HsMllou ia,ftWI RHIp Jfl M . lUllfi .HI K, WIIUllirMi- ' -i.ia .. ha riled nnch-r i nit Hurt to (.take final threw var proof to ULILli t .aim to llit laud aini . r iirn r n ed l f tf H iflaitr and Itrt-rlvrr, at HiiitiR, ttrrRon. on tin Mb da uf May lulS I'laiiiiant namra aa wliioaai I rank Klllsar. t harlvy Hfi khoua. , A . iall dr altKaiisia, Manderaoii Klliott. all uf Nar rua Of full , rt Kaaaa. Kagiati-r NOTK'K POR PUBLICATION. INITKIl HTATKH LAND OKKI. Vi Hliril., otrlon. Mar. I. I.'., I:.l i To i.i.k l. ll.n. f Blllliiaa. M. .11.... I',.u MM Vou ara hreuv uollfli'd that . harlrv H I..4. who ai.va limn, llrmuu. aa hi. i....t ! ultra a.ldraaa. did on Mai. I. I .. IW1.1. ill. lo Oil. ..Hi. . in. .Inly . oin.i ....I. .1 ap in .ili.ii liicnb I Irit and ae.-ura the . ..m .11. of jrotir homv al.-a.l hnlrj rhrrlal No u'vltai made March 17. I'll for tha Houtkwaat uarl-r iHVi,)M..iiion i .. lowuanip A,, nail.- ' r , niuaturlt.' -M I). K. STAND A Kit, A. M., M. I). Physician and Surgeon Calls answered day or nls;h. Phonr eo. W. Youni'i I. Man. .n.l .. irmiii.t. ,or sliSnalajt hr allai thai rout H. Ilanrr. .1. ill n.lail lo. I.i..m rralda ujm.i, or rulilvala (Ma land for mora fg mail an it) tioiiltta itctt prat ad In k the out .in ui run nt of tlila Miiit.n Bi,l that hw baa in if rstatillahi'd a roai'lriu r llni. .n. and la a turn rrai.li nt of th Hiata of Oregon. Vou iff, tbrrefurv, lurili.-r nt.'ttiel thai I In Wood Potatoe A. K. Richardson General Merchandise Will Prepay All Charges On all Dry OooriManrl BootaorHhoen Bought From him, t any poatofflce In Harney County Don't Forgftl It! He Will Also Give You 20 Per Cent Off On nil YVfMilon Shirts. Sweatpra, Etc. He Will Also Give You 15 Per Cent Off tn All Rhaep Lined Coata He Also Carries One Of The Best And Most Complete Lines of Fancy And Staple Groceries In This City That Means Something To You . . ..... ......... ..... I,..-.. i,i,i ,11.. aald allaaatloua will Im tak.-u at tbta office aa navllia 1.. fll ruiilf..,..! by tun. anil .iiit sal. 1 eotrf will beraii.'aled tharrundrr without y.nn Slraighl .t ll. There i.s no uas of our "beat iiiR around tlio bush. " We iniifht as will out with it first as laat. Wo want you lot ry Chamborlairi'H Cough Rent) ly the next time you have a courIi or cold. There is no reason so far us we can see why you should not do so. This nrenarution bv its remarkable I "IW" .u". ."J "iw whhh u -- . -.-.. mailMil till I li i . alTlilawli mnal i ... .......... I p .-... -. av- T,aw -aaa v.aaai . a. ....aaa - aaja. a. "V J l-aii.. .1 i.y tin' (xtaiiiiagier 'gftoalM lor U.r letter Yuu ahouiil state lu your atuwer the name of t ti post. trice to which) on ..ealre future notice ! t.r aeul lo vou. Wm. FaYUS, Uraialci lurtlicr tliilil to tau hear. I tlicn-in. rllliar larlorx ihiaolll. . or on attfcal. II vou fall to Ala In thia office wlMilu twenty iUa alter tberoURTH t-ut.li. ation of litis notice, aa aliuwn bolow, our answer, under oath, apei Iflrally MtfU and reepondiug to thrae altetotis of content, or If )ou .'all within thai time 10 flit-In this office due proof thai you hate aervvd nui. , .f ourauawar ou the aald t ouleatant either in pereon or by realatered mall If tl.l.acrvh r li made ! the deller uf a i opjr of uur aniui r to ll.; f ItI itant In oeianu, .r..ol of such Ml vice mutt l.e rliher the aald lonlealaut will ten a ktiuwIedfemrBt of his re elpt of the tony, ahowlna the dale of Its ism clot, or the affidavit of the person hy whom the delivery was made atatlua when anl whcrwtuv Oopl WM delivered; ll made b lefiaWird mil!. proof ttf inch aervlee muil eotislal of the afflda lt of the person l whom tin t-oi wn mallt ! Barley Wheat LISTEN! LOOK! LINGER! Long Enough To Investigate Why It Will Pay To Look Over A few of the Thousands of Articles carried In stock by the Burns Dept. Store enumerated belew: Dry Goods Dept. Wares Of All Kinds Home Entertaiment cures has gained a world wide reputation, and eople every where sH'uk of it in the highest terms of praise. It is for sale by all dealers. Warrant Call There art- siiflicient funds in er to pay all Harney county war lialauf flral puhllcatlun March I'.. IVI9 luia of aarond puhllcatlun March, TJ, ltil.1. I'.i.- of third nut, ll. ail. hi March ill, I'.i.i Dale of fourth puhllcatlou April A, luia. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I rrr.ii trram Land limn. Mm ii.. Urr(iiu. March ID, i.i . l... I..... I f l not tea i. Iivrt-Djiivrniiiau jaiii.r f. i:ii.,.tr., the nantls of the county Ireasur- i nrana.-f, .. u i...,,n tprli.i. l'.it.u.,:.. llumrataa.l Knuv. No u:... for Kasn :t. T. ai H . ll xi K . .. n .. n...' ami lot. I and -1 .. ti.m -. .. . . ... t lu.umii .. n. , nauttc .m r., muamriic Marl rants outstantnnir and registered mm haa m,.i i,..u, . of n.t. i,n..n t make n...i nulna, in I..1., I... 1 m l a I ' proof, lo aatahllih claim to the land prior to July 1st, 1112. Interest .i...... .i...,rii.c.i. i.ciu.aK i. n.-ci,. r . . ,u uiiaaiuncr. at in onice, at itiwHwj, OrtfOB. LOW FARES WEST Spring Colonist Periot Daily March 15 to April 15, To All Central Oregon Points ON IrfgonTrunk R CENTRAL OREGON LINE FROM on such warrants cease from this date. April 5th. 191& EL A. Miller. Treat, mi tli . u.l day of Ai ill. I'm Claimant namra ai wtlii.a.. a Will luililai- T. I. Jack.uii. .. ..i.. itl.la. ) LaMMrO. Khodat, all of Urawaa), uraion. Wn 1'iut. Radalar. A Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, including Ladies Cloaks, Waists, Shirts, Sweatei . Shawls, Hand Hags, Heds and Bedding, I ndermuslins, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Cor ts and Cor set Covers. Notion;;. Silks and Ribbons. Gentleman's Dept. ThcMo.it Complete and Up-To-Date Gent's Furnishing Department also full line of Men and Boys Suits and Over coats; Socks, Neckties. Col lars and Cuffs. Underwear, New Stock of Working and Dress Shirts, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Sus penders, Levi Strouss and "Boas of the Road" Overalls, Jumpers, Linen Dusters Drugs Depjirtment We mention here a few of the things carried in this department: 1'erfumery, Face Powder, ('nam and Solutions, Toilet Articles, Blue Vitrol, Formalde hide, Chloride Lime, Sal Soda, Turpen tine, Raw and Boiled Lin eed Oil, White Lead, Dry and Mixed Paint, Gaaoline. Kerosene, Lubricating Oils, Stock and Poultry Foods, Insecl Powder, Squirrel Poison, Household Renit dies and Crape Juice, Denatured and Wood Alcohol. Are so repn it is possible I" entative in eh furnish s our WOODENWARE Broomt Willow Ware, Wad r Ban Kegs, Bowls, etc. ii acter thai nun'. Brusht . Barreli and For family friends and yourself if you want a Phonograph with Records. We handle the Famous ESdiaon Phonographs Children's Dept. QUKKNSWARK I 'me ( Ihina. lul iluss, Silver Deposit Ware. Mirrors, Cooking ","'s Utensils, Pottery Lamps and Lanterns Our Children's Department is so (inn plote thai we can I'uriiisli your Imii Irom loij to toe. We have not JKWKLRYWARK Clocks, Watches, l Stickpins, Belt Huckles. Cull' and Collar Huttons, Ktc. HARDWARK Headquarters for Sport ing Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Pishing and Camping Outfits, Tents, IarpsuHans and Wagon (lovers, Building Paper, Roofing, Wire Netting, Nails, Garden Tools, Rope, Cuttlery, Tineware, Etc Boot And Shoe Dept. Weare proud of this department and can give satisfaction to all Men, Womon and Children. We carry the celebrated Buckingham & llecht hue. None better. overlooked w Dolls and Toys Grocery Dept. We've all kinds Flour, Hacon, Idtnl, Honey, Grain, Crass Seed and Feeds of all kinds. Farm Produce, Fresh Fruit. Vegetables and Evaporated Fruits. Special Dept. Wall Paper, House Lining, Umbrellas; Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Suit Cases, and Butteriek Patterns. Whips, Hob bles, Half Sides and Tacks. Stationery, School Supplies, Tobacco and Cigars, Notions, Confeetionaries. Crain, Wool Bags, Sacks, Hinder Twine and Cord Wood. iBjl Best Coods With Lowest Prices We Meet and I. cat All Compctioii Your Trade Respectfully Solicted - The Burns Department Store - REO-HUDSON AND HAYNES AUTOMOBILES The New Hudson "37" Hudson "54" A, Six Haynea 36 & 40 Horse Power Reo the Fifth Haynea Sixes Reo-Two Ton Trucks J. C. ROBINSON. Ag 1. Madras, Oregon Chicago Peoria St Ixuis Milwaukee Little Rock Memphis I :w (to 37 (K) ,T7 (K) :; to 42 r.o V2 ro St. Paul Minneapolis Duluth Kansas City Omaha St. Joseph Lincoln NewOreleans48 or From other points in proportion TaU your friends In the Fast of this vyesiai iow rates, inivct tram service via Burlington riiiiiern lacinc. t.reat Norihern. Spokana. rortland and Oregon Trunk Itaihvays. You can depoatl fu Is wltl furnished people In llie Bsi $ ;io oo j :tt) oo -f, m oo ::o no :io ooi :io iki i :U) 00 1 opportunity in I ii ii.1 b un.l tickets wi of mot-al li). - Sea I W. D. SKINNER, Traffic Mgr. Portland, Ore. H. Corbett, Agt. Bend, Ore. Details of schetlules, tares, etc , will )t. furnished on rctiuesl Summons. ' St. it, ,il lit tin' Circuit ('unit ul tin OrrKtitt fur lliiuuv tuiitiH I Kioiiii. 11. Nrwt'll, l'laintiil. VH. I'M win 0 Ni'wi-ll, il.'l.'ililnill. To Kilwitt ('. Nrwi'll, ll ftuovt ii.ttiuil IK'd'iiittiiit. IN Till! NAMt: til" I in: SI' All: ul OKIidON, Vint uiv liiuliv iiitiiir I lu itiriir mill itiiawrt' to tin. OOlUulaJnl liliil iiiiinsi you in tlir ali.ivi' entitled uit, tin nr Ih'Iiiiv tin- laat iliv ol tin tiitir ini'KiiiU'il hi tin' hi ilii ul publlca tion ol this NtiinniiiiiH. towit, OO ." ho f hit the 12th ility )!' April, 1918, lU twite Ik'iiih tht' iiiiiiiti.iii ul m wicks from the tint imlili. iiti.'ii ul litis stini- Ulons, mill if yuu full In iiih.ii mill miswir , tot wuiit thereat I'laJotlfl will itiily to the 1. nut Im Ilii-ii lul ilutullllJ. etl in the coiiipliiint, 1 1 . w 1 1 . lot u ilivii'i- itliuiilvitii, the In mils of until t in. nt v n.iu eitattliK lietweetl I'llliullll uiul I leli inl.i ul I it ml iii.it riiintitt have decrat ol .1: . .. - ..n...i. a us. nine ii i mi I lie I klemlani tint' the I'liiinlillliau' net in li.leu restored, this numinous i nililislieil hv . 'fk ol Hon Uttiiil Thiuiia.u, Judg,' nfjfj Oount) '.nut of llnniev County, aM uiul riileieil on the JTIIi .lav of I'cR nr, IBIS, mill llie il, ttti of ihelitstfl laCaUloil ..I litis lUIUlUOM is MailH li'l.l M . HIOCS Vttlll in v Lu I'laiulill Direct connactiona aouth via HARRIMANANDREWS SrS A. H. CURRY, Prop. Leavea Mainman Monday and Thuwfl and arrive. Wedneaday and Satafl each week, connecting with aoualfl line to Uenio, Wimtrinucca, ate, I Those desiring the service Jersey hull may lind one at lt. J, McKinntin barn, i tt .