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BdUmluy, Novdmbr, 20. ivi
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"" 'I'lio nianiiKt'inen of this theatro tithes plonsuro lit announnliiK tho nppenrnnco of Clara Klmhatl Young In lier
: f V;" ec!H(S!ti(l IIk KqH.v plcturo "TIIM KOIt MIDDKN WOMAN on TliiiiikKlvliiK Night. II Im an Kvent for any thoatio
' t In tho land to amtouiii'o anil exhibit thin production, for It presents MIhh Voting at the height of hut' hrllllant
, ' j ' Wo rivjin'Nt out putrotiH (o conm ih early jih pOMHohle, hi that all may ho arrominitihilril, urnloil promptly anil
I'onifui'lahly. Wo aspect, capacity aii'l overflow rrmvilM, for tho plcturo wnrrautN hiii'Ii attendant:! anil undoubt
edly will havo II, cihnliiK tin It doex, direct front ltd Now York run. Tho story of
Clara Kimball Young in "The Forbidden Woman'7
irt t miti deals with tho lift) ami lovo secret of a itazxlliiK Parisian Opera Htar at tho height of her fanio, with wraith,
po.siiion, ami luxuries an iter piayming". iiio suiry in gorKoouHiy iuvcmiisj, ansunuK you an evening or uo luxo
1 otiU'1'tnliuiiun.t, ' ' '
25 LONG YEARS
Mr. Owrn In KiAlrely Hid Of
4 ' Trouble HIiipo Taking Tan)
CJnlHH Twenty-Three I'ound
"I am now entirely rlil of my
troubles of twonty-fivo yours stand
in and hare Kid nod twonty-thruu
pounds In weight since I started tak
ing Tanlac," said Mrs. K. Owon, 800
East Ankony street, Portland. Oro.
"For the past twonty-flvo years 1
ad been suffering from a bad form
of stomach trouble and Indigestion,
and there wore times when I wns In
audi bad condition I thought 1 would
surely dlo. Although I tried Just
about everything I could hear of for
('my troubles I wan unable to find any
thing to help mo. My appotlte was
io pour I nover knew what It was to
feel hungry, and when I did manago
to vat a little somcihng it would for
went and causo Intense misery from
Mho formation of gns, which was so
bad at times I could not buar tho
pressure of my clothes. My nerves
wero so badly upset that at tho least
little nnlso I -would Jump as If I had
boon shot and It was utterly Imposs
ible for me to got a good night's
sleep. I kept losing weight until I
-was pitifully thin and was so weak
1 could barely get around.
"My sister-in-law advised mo to
try Tanlac so I got a bottle, and be
fo ro I had finished It 1 bogan to fool
n great deal better. I havo now tak
en flvo bottles and feel better than I
liavo In twonty-flvo yoars. My appo
tlto Is simply splendid and 1 cat Just
anytime I want and never havn a
particle of trouble with Indigestion.
My nerves aro as steady as enn bo
and I can sleep all night long as
peureful uk a child and always get
up In tho mornings fooling greatly
refreshed. 1 can't say too much for
Tanlne and never miss an opportun-
Ity to pralso It."
Tanlao Is tfold In Hums -by Hood
llrothorN, and In Crano hy Cranu
Mercantile Co, Adv.
OtJKSHKIlH fJUKHH! I ! ,
(Ity J. I.)
The winners for tho Coffeo Ilcaii
Content havo a little tho bust of the
Farmers Exchange. Tho first prlxfi
was to ho in. 00 In trado and tho sec
ond prlzo 12 00 In trade. '
310 gucsHos havo been cast by tho
pooplo, and tho winners are MIhs
Letha Tipton and Illancho Goodman.
Tho wlnlug number Is 0277. Doth
girls guessed 0000, bolng tho near
est to tho winning number.
Tho Farmer' Exchange has do-,
elded to "split tho pot" and maku It
an ovon 2.50 in trndo to ench. ,
Much rivalry has boon shown on
this Interesting contest. According to ,
aorao, tho winner should bo Gladys 1
Uyrd, who guessed "SEVERAL" as
tho right number.
One way to get the laws ef this
country universally enforsod is to go 1
after tho offlslals whe fail to enforce
thorn. Public office holders will eon-J
tlnue to Inllypop rs long as their
constituents set the example, j
(Oontilbiiled) , ,
Mrs. Mary Kudlnln Passed away
,! t0 Uio U. fl. in 1870.
Mra. ICudUta was n woman whom
to know hor wan to iovo hor, for alio
VposHuHsed all tho nttrlhutbh that go
. to mako up u strong christian oh.n'
actor. , ' i
, alio onmo frorji a lioni'o of plohty
' :ih Wlscoitsln to bravoly caiit hor lot
, . at tho"Bummlt hotel on Frldaj
. fng' ii .1 o'clook. Tlld d'ocoa'rf
1 i I . II I 1 1. I I O A -
' j iinrii in iinfiimiiii in iniui. nil
tJT'iP ; in III, II U 1 1 u n n
III Harney county with hor two chil
dren, Hosu and Frank who accom
panied her hero, and though she had
never known what hardship was as
It is found In tho easturn Oregon
homestead life, her courage never
flaggod, while others all around hor
gave up tho struggle and left tholr
homestend lands for bolter parts sho
Htlll lived on, BOuinlug oven In tho
darkest hours a rift in the clouds:
"Homo foot halt, where somo feet
In tlroless march, a thorny way;
Homo struggle on whore some havo
Some srok when ojhera shun the
So marked was her buoyant spirit
under tho most trying conditions In
hor "homestead" life, that the Auth
or Anna Shannon Monroe has most
graphically pictured her In her east
orn Oregon novel "Happy Valley .,
To her Intimate friends alone was
given tho privllego of knowing hor
fluo christian virtues. Hor humility
was such that sho evor vollod her
self, and her delight lay In her loving
sorvlco to others, thus in the words
of tho pout we find hor character and
personality most beautifully reveal
0d: - f
"Hearts that are great are always
They uevor will manifest their best
Their greatest greatness Is unknown
Earth knows a little, God tho rest"
Tho fuueral services wero hold at
tho Catholic church. at 0 A. M. today
and interment took place In the
For Your Table '
Thqrc arc many inferior fjraden of silverware on
the market, and it is difficult for the average
houncwife to detect the difference at the time of
We tell you the exact quality of our silverware
and guarantee; it to be exactly as we state.
You can buy from us with every assurance of
safety and economy.
I. S, GEER & CO.
Theodore Roosevelt Oilman was
born March 3rd. 1900 at Winona,
Idaho. He resided with his parents
and the other nerahere of the family
In the state of Washington and came
with then, to Uurns about throe
years ago. In the latter part of
September ha was stricken with
typhoid fever which later seemed to
develop into quick consumption re
sulting In his death on tho 13th of
November at tho ago of fifteen years
eight months and ten days. Every
possible care was given at tho King
Hospital In llums, hut ho sllppod
A large family and a larger circle
Ladies' Monogram Stationery Here
j DEMEMDER to ask
f your OTocer for Oil
Then formal pboui
day fjuurca. For y
umct Uniting Powder and be
sure that von net itthe In
dian head on theorontfo lnbel.s
nt-vcr jmvc any. uuuinct
always pnx'uCt the svet-e.-i
:i.id most i-;i!:.-.!Wr fevda.
And now ruvxmbcr, you
alwayu use 1"C i tljan cf nonL
oth:r br::m'.j l-ecr.;so it pr,3-
tW4 crtMiti lcncii.i.i; ri'?'.
of friends remain to mourn his loss. -Tho
mother had proceeded him about
two years, hut of tho Immediate
family there remain tho father Mr.
John K. Oltman, and tho following
h ro tli ere and sisters: Louis, Mrs.
Gertrude Marsh, Mrs. Lillian With
ers, Wllllnm, Frod, Arthur, Alfred,)
Huth, and George. j
Tho funeral, which was hold In I
tho Nazareue Church, was conducted I
by Hev. L. B. Tracy, the pastor, and j
was attended by the Freshman class .
or tne Jiigb Bcnooi or wnlch tho de
ceased was m member, as woll as by
students from other classes, and
from tho public school, and by many
Tho remains wero Intered In tho
cemetary at llurns.
BBBBr ' BBBBBBLW
3 m ka m
1 Havo your watch overhauled. Start
I the old clock to ticking, get that old
pliwo pf Jewelry in wearing order.
Have your yvs fitted to Itcadlnx
KlaxsoN, sea C. M. HAMHIIUIIY
li There ia no vvrwte. If a
rec.i pa vrAi) u ono err: bvo
nij:3 of flvr- !uJf a cup of
nv,'; ;,'l yen v.::
V'iti nrt -v Iwe to re-bake.
Contains only such inre
diuiil8 as havo been t-fr.cially
iiwvoved hy U. S. lri xl Amhorillcn,
in thv prodivct of tho l.r-c-t, rnott
modern ard jvnnltnry IlL,.ln: l'oiv
dcr Factorial in cx ctckci.
Pimnd can of Cain rpfc o-U'.mn ft ' I
10 ifcitonM? liUian pTlvic'pirTf":7tn
12 071 in Jyiiuol itU'Z. cii7i."i.'h ro
you net ri o'onil'whfnl'nii v:int It.
fi ' ..
Jjf Cahimrt I
p i Coh.mhla '
Dress Goods ,
Gloves . .
We sell everything
to eat, Produce Fruit
N. Brown & Sons
1 ci:p rifted
(lour, i level tea
r.ilil a Powder,
1 tablrepoon nu
Gar, 1 'teaspoon
aslt, 2 cy,f, 3
cups of nweet
m.lk. Then mix
in tho regular
WH HANDLIO MICATH
of cholco grnijoa only. What over
you buy hero you'll find tender and
toothsnmo. Ypu may think tljat
cholco quality nioiiim hlb'hor cost.
JIow Ihoroushl mlalakoll you nro
will ho proven with your flrqt ordpr,
O. -,W. OABH MAUKKT
IRRIGABLE and HAY LANDS
in the heart of Harney Valley
now offered at
$30.00 to $110.00 an acre
All Within the Harney Valley Irrigation bistrict
Large acreage cutting hay. All with water rights.
PACIFIC LIVE STOCK COMPANY
Saies Office at Burns.