The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, April 13, 1918, Image 6

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    SUPPORT of Home Industries
is One Form of Patriotism.
1A70MEN Are Purchasing Agents in Most
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homes. Their cooperation is necessary
PAY-ROLL Money Stays at home
helps make Oregon prosperous
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Shortening
A Product of Home Industry
Government Inspected
Economical and highly dependable
wherever a high grade shortening
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Mayonnaise
Dressing
A Delicious Dressing
For Salads, Meats or Fish.
Ask Your Grocer For
DIAMOND "W" PURE FOOD PRODUCTS
WADHAMS4 CO.
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OLYMPIC
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Its the daily break
fast in thousands of
western homes.
There It no other 10 cMge.tible
and healthful.
HenMtly recommended at th. dally
dl.t of tko oatlro heu.ehold
Became the ingrediente are to blended aa to produce a food that ia
apetitiaiof and perfectly digested.
Those who have found other pancake. Indigestible will find OLYMPIC
.free, with the uo.t delicate atomach.
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The Portland Flouring Mills Co.
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from hulls and can be used in many delightful dishes be
sides porridge.
Write for Our Liberty Recipes.
POUTICH AND INIMHTItY.
The iion-laxpayliiK clement- those
who own no property or business -are
coiiHlanlly engaged In the pro
motion of new tkeotieg of lerertv
ment and there Iwih (li-veloped In this
country a mania for the regulation of
private hualnrtifi by restrictive Irwh.
The enactement and the operation
of thene lawa cont money and help to
pile up the tax rate, but deaplte all
of the now regulation and reatrlc
tlona the coat of living has conatanl
ly In. r iixcil ao that both the tax
payer and the non-taxpayer have
been hurt.
It ia frankly admitted by one ele
ment the Koclallat that It la their
aim to tax property until private
ownership will U longer bo possible.
That It Is their Intention to take
away the savings of the Industrious
and the thrifty and have everything
under public ownership and eontrol.
And this gradually being done
through political manipulation.
The tendency to follow propaganda
of this kind is growing and Is taken
up by politicians who pander to every
movement that bears the ear marks
of popularity. The only reason for
this la that the opponents of business
and property rights repreaent an or
ganlzed force In polltica, while busi
ness, politically, reprseeuti on (On
Washington Hlate Weekly.
The Kaiser's partnership with (.
on the wesicrn front Is rather d
tractlng his mind from his allis'
with Malioinmet on the eastern I'
(tne or our new boats tuts r eg
named the Licking. Whether or i ol
It proven a desirable name will d
ped whether It gives or takea.
NOThK FOR PVBIJCATIOX.
He Dm ltt Klne Now.
'I sufferi'd greatly from kidney
and bladder trouble," writes F. It
Fairbanks, II Crand River Ave. W.
Detroit, Mich. "I had to get up six
or seven times during the night.
Foley Kidney Pills have worked won
ders and 1 can recommend them as
the best medicine I have ever taken."
Tonic in action; quick, aure. Bold
by Heed tiros.
UNITED 8TATBB LAND OFFI' I
liiiniH. Oregon, April 8, It it
Notice Is hereby given that Wll
fred J. Duhalme. of Narrows. Oregi n
I who. on April 28, 1913, made Hon
'stead Kntry, No. 06728, for NK ,
NW '4 . W V4 NK '4 , HE . BF. ' , KU I
Section 11, Township 32 S., RoagJ
29 K , Willamette Meridian, ha nl
ed notice of Intention to make final
three-year Proof, to establish claim!
to the laud above described, before
Register and Receiver, at Bun,
Oregon, on the loth day of May'
1918
Claimant names as witnesses:
Clarence Miller, of Narrows. Or. ?.
James Frail, Clarence Mace and T. J.
Duhalme all of Burns, Oregon.
V. . Cezad. Register
This Woman Found Keller
ua. hh tie, aore muscles, stiff ..r
swollen Joints, rheumatic pains, di.:-
xlness and like symptoms are rauseil
by disordered kidneys and bladder.
Mrs. Thos. H. Davis. Montgomery,
R. F. D. 3. Ind.. writes:"! doctor I
mouths without relief. I commence
using Foley Kidney Pills and got r
lief. Eight bottles cured uie. Soi 1
by Reed Bros.
LUCKY STRIKE
CIGARETTE
ETWERY month we make enough
.Lucky Strike Cigarettes to reach,
end to end, from New York to China,
the long way around. That's
15,000,000 A DAY
RouHr men like the Lucky Strike
Cigarette good, solid Kentucky
Burley tobacco, fine for a cigarette
because
IT'S TOASTED
it yonr dealer doet not carry
them, send $1.20 for a carton
ol 1 2 packaijci tcThe Tobacco
Company ol California, San
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