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LOOK! LOOK! Have you seen those 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. Mnny dow things in suitinirs, with Styles tlmi We'll Look Oul For You, I fine Imported weaves in nv Tnequaled. You Look In To See Us. Williams-Zoglmann Clothing Company Leading Clothiers - - 1111. Grade Tailoring I. O. O. F. Building - Burns, Oregon SUNSET SONNETS. It. D. Stuhl had gone over to Weaver Spring to do some plow in g for Robs Ringer. A. G. Shafer and wife of Nar rows was visiting in Sunset Fri day with the Embroe boys. Miss Hannah May was employ- THE ROD & GUN CLUB. A mooting of the Harney County Rod & Gun Club was held at The Times-Herald office last Tuesday evening and elected officers for the coming year. Dr. C. (. Griffith was elected piesi dent; Archie McCowan was re elected seeretiirv and (Chester Dalton treasurer tosincecd C. F. bv our directors to teach the McKinn-v. It .s arranged BttSSK school. Miss May has thai in order that Cketter might . touht two tcrm8 here and has also net M I secretary in the Reed satisfaction. absence of Mr. MeCorvan, who1 .lames Iteed is sowing grain cannot always find it convenient this year on his farm. to attend the meetings on account Mp who ha8 been of hi! business calling him out of L, for mmp tJmo h Qn Mn town. A vote of thanks was 1 1() n.C0V(,,.v tendered Mr. MeKinnev for his faithful service in the past. "" ,ioH Crowley, of Lawen A letter from the state game working at the oil well acting commission was read relative to U8 cnip' cook, a proposition to have a lecturer Walter Harmer is working over come here and give an illustrated near the Pens place. talk to the school children on bird and animal life, it being the in tention to educate the children alone; this line with a view of enlisting their assistance in help- The Sunset Grange is figuring tag to preserve the game and to on building a new hall this year distinguish between harmful and 25 by 50. Mrs. Henney, I. S. beneficial birds. It was really Tyler and K. E. Larsen were ap- addressed to the school board but pointed as building committee. fell into the hands of the Club The new hall will be built near and was acted upon. One mem- the Henney place and will be bar Of the school board was pre- large enough for all public gath sent and stated he felt confident erings. the matter would meet wit! Most all of the ranchers of this locality are pretty busy these days plowing and clearing land. land on his place large tarct of this year. Ray Barron is furnishing the sagebrush for the oil drillers to burn. Casper Henney made a busi ness trip to Narrows Monday. Frank Klitzke was visiting friends in Sunset Sunday. Farm For Sale. 1(50 acres, all fenced; o0 acres in cultivation; new 7 room houae, small barn and other out build ings. Running stream thru it greater part of the year. Good grain or hay land and well situ ated; excellent bottom land for farming. Can give in connection a relinquishment to homestead of 1(50; a desert claim of 80 acres, all joining. Price $,1500, includ including desert relinquishment For particulars inquire at this office. 22-tf tfhr (Ttnirs-futafd JULIAN BYRD. Manager SATURDAY. APRIL IB. ISO SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oa. Veer Sia Month. Three Month. from one to five years. Martin Kale was found guilty f larceny from a dwelling by a jury and was sentenced from one to seven years in the peni tentiary. Ix)uie Huttenhow entered a nlen if o-nilrv in tho rhnrurr if heweaa nd.olinrr t.rwl ot.l.n,.,l trOWM being ' ' tlllilllllK HIIU ' l.l in I oo I from one to ten years. .7s, Kobert acnieoe. murder in second degree, sentenced to life 2.00 Four Men Senten- hearty approval and co-operation from the school board. This lecture will be free and it is hoped to get the lecturer here early next month. In reviewing the work of the Gun Club during its short ex istence Dr. Ilibbard. the retiring president called attention to the results accomplished. The Club has been the means of our replenished with trout, eggs have been hatched out and young lisli turned into ' the streams; we have secured a imprisonment. ced to Penitentiary Another Train Load of Miller & Lux Cattle Four men were sentenced to terms in the penitentiary before the circuit court adjourned the first of this week. Aside from some criminal cases there was nothing futher done of intereal to our readers other than was published in our last issue. The grand jury found several Yesterday morning another trainload, fifty-two carloads, of Miller & Lux cattle arrived here from California. After being fed and rested at the Pcarce Tobin ranch the cattle will be driven north to one of the firm's ranches. This is the fourth I indictments and adjourned last trainload. or approximately 7,000 Saturday evening. A hold over head of Miller & Lux cattle that grand jury was selected before have been shipped in from Cali- tine lot of China pheasants with another shipment now on the way and a promise of some Hob White quail and the planting of Salmon during the coming season. In all the Club has done some excellent work in this respect der. and will be able to do more. It wm arranged to again shoot at the traps next Sunday after noon and to then arrange defini tely respecting regular shoots throughout the season. The Sunset Grange had one of its boat meetings Saturday, April 12, and several important sub jects were discussed. There was I good crowd present and the lit erary program was well received by the Grangers. Clyde Embree was elected editor of the Grange paper and the first issue was full of good news and nonsense which was appreciated. Miss Barron and Miss Beck recited appropriate selections. The Sunset (iiangc has the largest membership of any in Harney county, but we are short on young lady members so E. K. Larsen was elected a committee of one to canvas for girl members. Look lo Your Plumbirif . 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. The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human lioily as the plumbing does for the house, and they should be kept in first class condiition all the time. If you have any trou ble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sale by all dealers. SPRING : 1913 : jPRING 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 Call at the Fred Haines store. Bums, Ore., and get our extreme ly low prices on all dry goods and gents furnishings. Mrs. It. I). Stahl. stopping with Mrs. is in Bums W. Q. Hod- Practical Baking Lessons Thli h th. Ant of series ot Itnoni which will appear on l hie page .vary weak. There I a (row ing Intereal in bom baking, aa woman are coming lo reaUse that their own baking U far euperior to the prod uct of the bake shop and coaia much lea. In thia department 1 will enow you bow alwaya lo have "good luck" with your baking. Thm la altogether matter of having the right materlala, putting them together the right way, and properly controlling the oven. (&uiffz the adjournment, which will meet this fall a week before the regular term of court and con sider such business as may come before it. The following criminal cases were disposed of. fornia within the past ten days. Still another trainload shipment the final, is to reach here this week. Thousands of head of cattle and sheep are threatened by starvation in the valley regions State vs Thos. Jenkins, selling of central California, according liquor to Indians, plea of quilty to stock raisers, and the Secretary and fined $250. The same charge of Agriculture in Washington against M. H. Brenton and has directed a represntatiue of Charley Foon also brought pleas the forest service to investigate, of guilty and they were fined Cor the purpose of determining the same. H. C. Brown of whether to grant an appeal that Drewsey, charged with selling forest reserves be opened for liquor to an Indian, entered a grazing purposes. Lack of rain plea of guiltv and he was fined is responsible for feed conditions ouu. in the valleys ana stock owners Ross Draper, the "dope fiend" assert that absolute starvation who broke into Dr. Denman's must result unless relief is afford- office at Harriman and took drugs ad, In the mountains the grass entered a plea of guiltv and was has attained normal growth, sentenced to the penitentiary Winnemucca Star. The G rants l'ass Courier is urg- ing the establishment of a public market, now that a co-operative 'creamery la assured for that 1 place. "The creamery, the can- nery and the public market be long in the same category," ii says. The new road master, Grant in first Bread Flour and Pastry FLur OUR mills make two kind of floor.': one from hani Spring wheat called btead flour, the other from eoft Winter wheat called pantry floor. Th. bread flour baa a larger percentage of Sluten which diaaolvea lowly and make ie flour harder to mix, ao that it la leaa 4aaal.italil.laa llinn ll. a.fi e..Ua . - - - Kesterson has finished working flour for auiek bakino- PuiJaZ the road s between Sunset and ""? p"fl tightly In the closed hand. mi'.ui.i irneoiiajia ptten closely, retain ing Ha form after the hand la opened, miilehowlng the Imprint of the finger. It, on thu other hand, thefloureeema dry and har-.li to t ho touch, and rannot be praaaiddrylntoa form. It la bread flour, and will give good reaolta only when alow working leaven like yeast ia uaed. Paatry flour coela no more than bread floor and it la ao much better for cakae, Meruit, muffin and all kind of paatry that It ahoukl be kept on hand and regularly uaed. Mease do not confuae paatry flour with the vxpcr.slvn pack MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Farm Lands Call and See Me In Tonawama Bldg. MARTIN GALLAGHER Narrows and they are class shape for travel. N. Henney is getting the Sun set experiment farm cultivated ! in fine ebejM and Mr. Henney's place is a good location for the branch station and is in the cen ter of this settlement where all viinuucB "i oii w u luunu age of cake floor or the eelf-raiaing Sunset can be experimented with. ! fjoor, whlcharomimetlmoacalld"Paatiry Floor" and "Biecoit Floor." If you Ed Moon has cleared quite a,"! remember that bread floor ia a I Spring wheat flour and paatry Hour la a Winter whout floor, and make It clear j to your grocer which you want, you will I oe euro ui (Clung It. eaaaeeaeei Horn to Make Delkhut Biscuit. For biaruita let ua aolert paatry floor, a rood aweet shortening, a double-ralae hakiiippowtlerandawtiet milk or water. Milk fa to be preferred, aa it brown the biMi'iiii bolter. Kind, meaaure cor rectly and aift together at least three timea, the flour, aft and baking powder. It is important to blend the baking pow der thoroughly with the floor. Then ; with a fork or the finger tips work the vhortfiiing thoroughly Into the flour and mix to a eoft dough with the milk or wator -just a soft a can be handled crowd biscuits In a pan, but keep them well apart, allowing a passage between them for heat The oven should be very hot, ao that the) biscuit may raise, baku and brown nicely in about 16 minute. I mentioned above that a double raiso baking powder should be used. Thia ia of especial importance with biscuits. With Uie old fsshloned alno-U ariln baking powder it was necessary to have the oven ready so that the biscuits could be put In tho moment they were mixed, but with K C Baking Powder you can mix your biscuit hours in advance if like, letting them stand, and sUII iscuit when raised. In bake have perfect biscuit when ruined. to ner. what you want for that meal, aid set iacu it is entirely practical to mix a oaten or biscuits before stipe the remainder of tho dous-h awav in the ioe box until morning, when you can have freshly baked biscuits for break fast without the toes of moment's tlm In mixing. That you can do this with K C Baking Powder Is due to the fact that It la virtually a blend of two baking powders, one of which com mences to act aa soon aa the dough ia mixed, the other commencing a anon aa it Is reached by heat. The dous-h after being mixed, will stay in a partly leav ened condition for hours. Then when the beat la applied It will flnish raising. Recipe Worth Saving NEW SPRING SUITS Trousers, less Shirts, Work Shirts, Ties, Shoes and Hose Spring and Summer Underwear For The Men and Women Full new line of Ginghams Percals, Lawns Etc. A. K. Richardson General Merchandise Burns, Harney Co. Oregon Wheat Potatoes easaaatraor. I tetllimifl ehortanlaa. I esaalleli.iiareli K C Uakln Ka avseai i eep or milk or 1 t lanpnntiful ealu Roll out very lightly, or bettor, spread ana pat mo uouirn out i hands. Handle aa little aa possible after thin ir, spi with tint 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: wetting Then cut in small ahapes for i no ovt'n, rur aman mxcuiis are very much bettor than large ones. If baked quickly, a biscuits should be, a large biscuit dtM-a not get the proper heat to raise and hake the center of the biscuit. A small biscuit raises perfectly, bakes better, I more palatable, and la easier to digeat. Biscuits should alwaya be baked on a aheet or In a very shallow pan, a the biRcoi ta ahoold lie above the aidea of the pan in order to have the heat get to them quickly. If baked in a deep pan the side shut off the heat, and the Li, ruita are likely to flatten out and run together and have heavy centers. Never levu j'u AwiMe at. v Natal Week's Leal Ormkmm Bitcmilm lit rape white floor. 1H eupa f rhm Boor, rule a I Urml teaaiutaiftil I lebleepotxtrula aWtenlne. -. I leeel Ueepotmful ealt. Oaa cue ealk er aaar IX Beaded. ((Iran. reuuuee raore oUIkl SfaieaUenaJr t rape flour. I heel taearwonf uli K C UaVtn Powder. S level iaUeepoonfula aborUalu. . 1 cup milk. wHJ" ,"t.)t 'll!e,, " wlUi butt., r old inmt ball aadcut and bake a Um Maeuita. C Bakliax Fwwdee rahaiii uaualle Mil BltmUm I eupe floor. peoarul wit. I bed ueepoonrule K C 11. km, IN,wder. e ant lenieepoortrule aburlaolaa. H eop milk. H eop ehoppod nut. Thtngt to Remember Uee pemrT Boor and a double aetlne '-'-a; Out In tae.ll aaapaa. Uee ekeet ee eery akeiktw pan. BT" oea verr aet. 1 If bakta on iu. all or eaaollna tto.o. ba am ww -., .. u.toa womu ur uuai I neur w UM ure -CAKE.- Through Trains Daily TO PORTLAND From Central Oregon Leaves Bend 6:45 a. m. Leaves Redmond 7:24 a. m. Arrives at Portland 5:30 p. tOaaXliaiSer OregonTrunk CENTRAL OREGON LINE "I M Dry Goods Dept. A Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, including Ladies Cloaks, Waists, Shirts, .Sweaters. Shawls, Hand Bags, Heds and Bedding, IWidermuslins, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Conetf and Cor set Covers. Notions, Silks ami Ribbons. Gentleman's Dept. The Most Complete and Up-To-Date Gent'B FurnishinK Department also full line of Men and IJoys Suits and Over coats; Socks, Neckties, Collars and Cuffs, Underwear, New Stock of Working and Dress Shirts, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Sus penders, Levi Strouss and "Hoss of the Road" Overalls, Jumpers, Linen Dusters Drugs Department We mention here a few of the things carried in this department: Perfumery, Face Powder, Cream and Solutions, Toilet Articles, Blue Vitrol, Formalde hide, Chloride Lime, Sal Bod, Turpen tine, Raw and Roiled Unseed Oil, White Lead, Dry and Mixed Paint, Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oils, Stock and Poultry Foods, Insect Powder, Squirrel Poison, Household Remedies and Grape Juice, Denatured and Wood Alcohol. Wares Of All Kinds Home Entertaiment Are so representative in character that it is possible to furnish your home, WOODENWARK Brooms, I', rushes, Willow Ware, Water Hags, Barrett and Kegs, Rowls, etc. OIIRRNRWARR I ,..,. ( ,hin:i CulCln.-. Silver Derjos it Ware. Mirrors. Cookinir ! ones from .: w- - -- - - n Utensils, Pottery Lamps and Lanterns JKWELRYWARK Clocks, Watches, Stickpins, Belt Buckles, Culf ami Collar Buttons, Etc. HARDWARE Headquarters for Sport ing Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing and Camping Outfits, Tents, Tarpaulians and Wagon Covers, Building Paper, Roofing, Wire Netting, Nails, Garden Tools, Rope, Cuttlery, Tbieware, Etc, Boot And Shoe Dept. We are proud of this department and can give satisfaction to all Men, Women and Children. We carry the celchniled Buckingham & I lech t line. None better. For family friends and yourself if you want a Phonograph with Records. We handle the Famous Edison Phonographs Children's Dept. Our Children's Department is so com plete that we can furnish your little top to toe. We have not Limited Trains East Direct connection is made at Fallbridce with limited train S. P. & S. JBjr., arriving Walla Walla 7.45 p. m. Spokane 9.45 p. i same day; Helena 11:35 a. m., Butte 12:50 p. m. next day: Minaf? appiis w:ai P- m., St. Paul. 11:00 p. m. second day; Chicago no third day; with connection service to Denver, Omaha, Kansas Citt spa ot ijouis via t.reat Northern or Northern Pacific and Burlini ion Kouie. Willamette Valley Points t' overlooked the Dolls and "Toys Grocery Dept. We've all kinds- Flour, Bacon, Lard, Honey, Grain, Grass 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 Bulterick Patterns. Whips, Hob bles, Half Soles and Tacks. Stationery, School Supplies, Tobacco and Cigars, Notions, ConfectionarieH. (train, Wool Bags, Sacks, Binder Twine and Cord Wood. Best GoodH With lowest Prices We Meet and Heat All Compel ion ' Your Trade Respectfully Sol ic ted - The Burns Department Store - Oregon Electric and Oregon Trunk Railway use the same s uun in t oniano. l rains via Oregon Electric Ry. reach For vsvtb, mu.siM.ro. EMUem ami Albany the same day, and Eu.:en "roilj IIVVL MKnill)f. Through Tickets OregonTrunk Ry. ursata uell rickal ,!ieel.- hunn, - 1 e " ' ' " " "-MP '.v (1IIVJ range sleeping car accomodations through to eastern, Puget Sonnl eeiiu Mi;iiM (Millli:. t 2L'&'tES9' J- H. Corbett, Agt Traffic Mgr. Portland, Ore. Bend, Ore. Details of schedules fares, etc., will be furnished on request. REO-HUDSON AND HAYNES AUTOMOBILES i Catholic Church. The New Hudson "37" Hudson "54" A, Six Haynes 36 4k 40 Horse Power Reo the Fifth Haynes--Sixes Reo-Two Ton Trucks J. C. ROBINSON. Agt. Madras, Oregon 1. On Sundays and Holy days 1 of obligation Holy Mass witli J sermon at 10 a. m. . 2. On week days Holy Mass ut I a. m. All other services, besides those mentioned above will be announced in church. All invited and welcome to the divine services Sick-calls at anytime. Religious informa tion and instructions willingly imparted at the Franciscan 1 Residence. I Rev. Pius Nierinaiin. 0. F. M. 'Pastor of The Church of the I Holy Family. Direct connections louth via HARRIMAN-ANDREWS Sta A. H. CURRY, Prop. I t-av.-i Harnman Monday and Thur. 1 J and arrive. Wodneeday and Saturuel each week, connecting with oull.cri line lo Denio, Winnemucca, etc. N'OTICh KOIJ I'L'HLKJATlOll 1MTKI. vrATKS I.ANIIOrTltK. iiui i,, Orvguu, April u ltii.v NuUea Is SereaefiveaUeirrasals M. Ami .'I IlUt I,.. llrCtlll. U U, I'll Ol'ljltu '. IIMMI ...., i Iluuealea4 Batri So u.-.u, i,,, N ' , Mtt.,' h tvll nromntlv answered' '''","1.NW'i,,:' -ii'' -. lumniiip-.'. s I ui n. niinvvi.it.ii Hllli-JH , lllainetle Mi il.Un h. Bled uJ Reliuious informa- I'''"'1 .'I1.1','""."!"" '""" ""aiiimvy,,,, frji IVHHUIHH iiaiiu ,0111c mini nhuvi' iK-airl: .'ill ........ v t,us.., nut, ni'i 11 1 ,'i, mi rue. OtejC'iSa ' J H. , IWI.I ( lalmaul uemca ae wUueaaee. Miaiilt.x Ttlet, William Kay, thied iioii. 1 1 i in .Hi' nirry, all ,.l nurue, ih.kou. Sal KAMee, Kesleter Those desiring the service of i Jersey bull may find one at lb Always ready for job printing I J. B. McKinnon barn.