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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1919)
textile Industry of th world supply
Iiir lour -fifths of I ho dyoH and, Tho
i r being affected with dtMi
nii ir it li iiiouKht to bo 11 oommunl-
A civilian lOYMtlgtttntf the nurt- J United Slati'H paid (li-riuany every j oabls dll IN SO, I hoy hIkiiiIi! lie lapal at
lion of military punishments m-onr $25,000,000 Tor tho iIvim till I Od tratD h'.illliy anlmnlH and bo hold
Broaches the HiihJoot wilh a point of I Imported. Whon thin trado was cut In quiiraiitlno until thin condition hat
vlow utlorly dlfforont from that of off the American ttSttlt mannfint rr
SATURDAY. MARCH a. tvio Ul(1 nillltary man An infraction of or were In groat perplexity. Kxporl-
" jrtlBdplliio which seems to one a trlf- mentRtlon bngnu at once, hut tor a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ling matter appears to the other of Ioiik Unto above all countcru of i'.reH
Entered at tbe Post Office at Burns,
Oregon, as Second Class Matter.
WHY IS Hl't'H A HCHKIHJLK
groat Inrportanio and deserving of
Tbe soldier must learn to obey in
stinctively. He must subordinate
his own thoughts bikI wishes and per
sonality to the word of command.
An army moves as a unit, and It can
not do so unless every Individual
fOodl and In every garment depart
ment of tho great stores were dis
played the signs: "No colors guaran
Now these signs have disappeared
(lood American-made dyes In fast
colors and all beautiful shades have
been produced, and we shall never
ThO attention of this paper has
been called to the present schedule
of the train running from Ontario to
Crane, and wo fall to understand why
It is permitted or what Is gained by
the railroad company to continue it
thus when the disadvantages are
pointed out. It is possible we are
misinformed, but If not there Is
every reason why a strong protest
should be mudo to have It changed
The Times Herald is informed that
this train loaves Ontario just twenty
minutes before the oast bound train
from Portland comes In, thus passen
gers have to remain over In Ontario
almost 24 hours. The same Is tho
i .iso with our mail. Portland papers
which are tho largely road papers In
this place, are that much late, where,
if the schedule were i hanged it would
bring thorn in earlier.
The railroad people get very little
passenger travel to and from this
point because of this bad connection
ami people will continue to drive
across ISO miles to Bend when roads
will permit rather than submit to
the delay occasioned b the trio viu
Crane and Ontario.
The train is supposed to arrive at
Crane at 5:20 In the evening, but
according to people who are familiar
with condition! it la seldom it ar
rives at thai time, almost ftlwayi
boing lata, rfo far as thai is con
cerned, what difference would it
whether the train arrived a'
thai time or half a:; hour later, bo
lung aa it served the patrols?
The matter should have the ail I
tlon of our citizens, and if it could
be shown to the proper authorities
of the railroad that It was not only
B disadvantage to this country, but
also to the interests of the railroad,
the schedule might bo changed.
I composing it is absolutely subject to again need to depend on Germany for
I discipline. our '
If your son refusos to pore potatoes o
when you ask him. yon can reprimand WHY A IHM. ANYHOW '?
him and refuse to serve him with
potatoes at dinner, and the matter j (Cont,nttd from pago OM)
practically ends there, if your em-
ployo will not pare potatoes at your ' more hogs that cost $22 a hundred to
command you have only to discharge fatten thun there are that cost loss
him and hire some one else who will
be more accomodating, and the mat
ter ends there
Dut the soldier's refusal to pure
potatoes may bo the little end of a
wedge WBOM largo end is the sacri
fice of the lives of ten thousand men.
The example of breach of discipline
spreads rapidly. So the punishment
must necessarily be far heavier III
proportion than In civilian life.
BR PROUD OF VOIK TOWN.
You feel proud of your wife and
children, don't you? and If yon can
do anything to make the homo pleat-1
antor and conditions taater for them,
yon do ;i a lllingly.
Why not enlarga the sphere of
your affections a little and take In
thi town you live in on the same foot
ing as your family? He proud of It,
do everything you cun for It. If pub
lic improvements are needed, urge
them and vote for them.
Wo want to see Hums known as
one of the fines! and most progress
i-.e little towns in the state. If
ever citlsen win support iis trade, I
forward its Interesl and show a pride
will soon be fulfilled
How then doeB the hog grower keep
trom going broke?
lie raises his own food, and turns
It Into his hogs for less thun the mar
ket would pay for the grain. And
besides throws In his time, Interest on
the Investment, unci depreciation on
If one desires to meet tho chap,
who makes tho profit he must confer
with the packers, tho long line of
middlemen, and tho railroads.
Between thl farmer and the C0U- o u greater extent
turner no one of tho long list appears
to be doing business at u IOSS, so
bacon remains around tlo halt dollar
mark, and tin' fanner Is each m mtli
marketing a few more of his brood
sows and getting from under.
American agriculture is organised
like an inebriate asylum.
i:tlllMOI H SI M
i u determined and remedied
The proa i handling of animals has
an Important bearing upon maintain
ing their health and resistance to
diseases, flood equipment anil high
grade stock are not enough. The
animals should ho handled by an at
tendant who has certain natural qual
ifications for his work, lie should
by all means have an Inherent fond
ness for live stock and possess Intell-li-.i'u.
... good Judgment and oven
Kvory State agricultural college
maintains a corps of specialists who
are willing and well qualified to help
stockmen promote the health of their
livo stock. The c h. Department of
Agriculture is constantly giving out
Important Information In the form of
bulletins which lire available on re
quest, and In every stute has repre
sentatives employed In combating
animal diseases or some other Inipor
taut uetivin connected with agrlcul
ture or stock raising, Tho State
veterinarian Is ulso ready to give
advice and assistance In the diagnosis
and control of outbreaks of disease,
there Is a veterinarian who should
be colled on when needed. All these
agencies exist for the ur.po of
stock owner, and his losses could bo
iniuimied If ho would utilize them
N. BROWN & SONS
Brown 's Satisfactory Store
Walk Over Shoes
Bon Ton Corsets
We carry goods advertised on tho
iCoiitiiiued from i
breedi for warmer cllmatt
in pun basing stock it is adi I
to I Ind OUt w hat alter ller
Its conditions, our ambition gives to tho health of his anln
( ion uii tome of hi i customer i
!i " oj ani) opposed to tuber ulln
AMEKICAN-MADE l KM.
What cannot the United Btatea do
when she trios? Before tho war
Germany practically controlled the
Judge II. C. LOTOnS received a let
ter trom Kcprcscntutivc Gallagher 111
which ho give the information that
the law lie was Instrumental In hu
l a passed at the recent session 01 lie
lature dealing with lbs eradit i
tiou oi rabbit and other toden' pe is
i i ni effect, 'inis provides f.o aid
by the stale and Hie assigning of an
Experienced representative to eucn
.unties u-i i, tiie adrantge of H i
ii it. Thomi -on. the man who was
here la I ai In i barge of tbe gra
hopper campaign, has arrived hereto
make a III of the In si t t sil n:il mn
test, for example, or objects to ths .,,, M ,, ,,,., maty that m. .. I
Physical examination of taorso.i fir make prorleioua tor tWo worfc.U u be- -soundness
by a qualified veterinarian, ,. T.tteated by the courl todaj to
,. may be for purelj selfish motives. ti0tpUtn u ono appropriation may bo
As soon as animals are suspected ,.,,. , ,.V(.r ,, ,u, ,,,.,, ,,,.,,,.
i i and rodent peats. At the tlm wo go
to press the matter had not been ..
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FROM OUR NEW
and its OTHER Ql a: TY PRODI CIS
have been ao well i CBivad that present
facilin. s are too atr:. I to ! It the demand.
In the near future, we hop to add con
siderably to our c i'.iipiiieiit with new
machinery and by bv.:'ding a modern oven.
Meantime, we wish to express appreciation
for the reception a mdea our goods, and to
asiure our patrot) that the present high
quality will be maintained.
Fresh Fish, Vegetables and Fruit
Page 's Sweet Shop
The New Schwartz Store
Saturday, March 15th, at 9 A. M.
THE ENTIRE STOCK IS HERE EVERYTHING NEW
Aoiiojts, Laves standard rasi tons
E ery thing bought 'it the lowest pripe all gooda strict!) up 11 -dan
Ladies Furnishing Goods
Children Furnishing Goods
Mrs. Leia Millar
w ill conduct her
in t he same si ore.
I extend ii cordial invitation in oil tho
Lad lea of llai'ii'-y. Ciiiiiiy tt) .m m.v
new store and inspect the many beauti
ful articles thai I will have :i display.
I tlii'i'i't t heir e ipecial fit t . -i 1 1 ion to my
line ni I, in;: i , Georgette VVnistH,
i In tiury in Silk, Eibre and Lisle, and tho
many beautiful Ginghams, BoIh urout
for i li VV. ii. It ist I'rool and Uedferu
Coi'soIm, Prompt and courtooiiat
service will be ussured.
the Opening Date
Saturday, March 15, 191D.
At the Old Stand in the Masonic Bldg.
MRS. E. F. SCHWARTZ Hums, Ore.
v t; Olbson eras in the other day
mil annonnoed that bo eras arraaglm
to koare in tho Immediate foture for
Parma, Idaho, srhore bo expects to
locate permanently, Mr. Oiboon has
hoen ono of our successful farmers !
in thla vli'inlty for tho past SOTOral
Sou our Htix-k of Btattonory rir t.
LUNABUKC., I) ALTON & CO.
BURN9, :: OREGON
Isluiili hni thirty-two ycarF--N'riil r.o intioducljon
Through square dealing have won the confi
dence of the people and are no longer in the
experimental class, hut stand among the
solid merchants of Eastern Oregon, who de
serve the support of all home people
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