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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1919)
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BANDS MAY BLARE, whistles toot, crowds cheer and city
officials immortalize still here is the real home coming
- when Yank doughboy greets mother and dad in the
shadow of the old home just the three looking into each
other's eyes seeing, knowing and understanding. They are
coming home fast now boys who nre better "men." And
a better home in a better world is waiting for them because
all have learned through a bigger, broader sacrifice. ,"
THIV auk MI. HOME
if our soldiers la Franca wart
I what they most AeeJfhd. nine
mdred and ninety-nine out of a
; .mi and would shout, "Pgsjssa ll ti
Iran !" rl or airship to the rnlted
gtal "i'li ; ticket from the port
. nl r home!"
That is I he dominant note In the
eldler: letters from uhroad. And
jfOU cannot lie surprlseil. They went
to fight while the fiRhtlui; wan
I hh! ..: .I now that the war Is at an
. .ii the American soldier for bone
; ! : the same question ware put
people at home, the response
I "Moat Ol anything, 1 want
Don'i think that the government
aa rlooki d i boss i ooiltions, it
. I !.. hlghwaya and bywaj
thi i i ir transports to hurry the
it is seniiiiiR then ti
American liis, Holland ships, Ital
tllp whatever It Can sec lire.
Remember that it took over year
be army Into Prance, am! that
I be British transports whlrh carried
.it M over are no longer avail
Patlence, mothers and fathers and
Inafolk here In Hums. It will not
long at the longest hefore 1'ncle
am returns your good Tom or vour
lc liiik or your fine Marry, bigger'
;.i browner than when he left, and
rerjoyed to reach home ai you
IXM'AIi AMI l'KHHONAI,.
Auto electrical repairs. Jack Mr
Clulre. IV S. Weltenhlller spent a few days
In this City during the week on
1'rovlde green feed for your chlili-
ons. Alfalfa leaves fo sale at Terry's
President Wilson's fourteen points
I evidently made a strem: Improoaion
Upon the fourteen nation I that signed
tin- I 'igue eonstltutlon.
nil: i IH8V NATIONAL BANK or
' liritNs. CAPITAL AM si WMJH
1100,000. "I UK BANK lilAl
i ki:s YOVII s,i :; "
v vol vis iwi 1 i:n.
John Hodder la carrying bla band
In a illng aa a reeuK of an operation
performed on him by ir. Brolth the
other day hen be renoved a -flnoni
growtll from his thumb
Edward r Treadwell, the Ban
FrandaCO attorney who reprc an)
the I' I. Co. In Its eases In this BOO-
tlon, was here during this week to
look after the Interasta of hi- etlenta
in the proposed Irrigation districts
that were before the county court.
Mrs Lelab Millar arrived bona
Ncslerday ti inn a trip to Portland and
oilier ontaidC DOlBtS. While absent
Mrs. Millar made MlSStlM of her new
spring and summer millinery stock.
She will again have her display nt the
old stand with Mrs. Schwartz.
Why the Essex Motor Car will b
the sensation fcr the coming season
livery part tnd tvt ry detail of the Faatx con
struction is of preveci worth. It was designed
j'nd built l.y acme of the foremost engineers cf
America, the same men whose genius produced
the Supar-Six. Mar.y points of superiority in
the 3upt'r-s:x which have proved themselves in
years of service, have been incorporated into
the) lissex. The engine, only twenty- nitre
inches lor.?, cast in one block with detachable
head, readily develops more than f.f y horse
power. Long life is aasured by the ampla pro
portions of tho counterbalanced crank r.hnfr,
supported by three large bearings.
Eastern Oregon Auto Co.
Vale, H. E. YOUNG, Prop. Ontario
'. a'll iti our Job ri mi tin'
Waller 1'rnn.t i.i In town Iri'i'i bis
! Trout Creek borne,
Mrs. Asal VValktip bud b(r tonsils
I removed this morning at the iiutncs
I hospital by Dr. Smith.
The annual P. P. 1. hall, which had
been postponed hccatiHi) of the flu
ban. will be held on March 22.
Now that the Hod Cross auxiliaries
are (dosing up everywhere will lucre
be another era of bridge whlHt and
The Times-Herald Is Informed that
Dormuu Leonard Is expected home
some time next week. Me got to see
much active service In Prance hh hn
was connected with a medical corps
over there for several mouths.
Homer llarhcr arrived home vester
dny from an urmy camp where he had
been since last summer The boys
are getting back a few at a time and
soon Harney county will have most
of her sons with home folks.
Archie Cross was down from the
ranch home on Trout Creek III" fore
purl of Ibis week. He was here to
meet bis brother Albert who came
home this week after being discharg
ed from the navy.
A big force of clerks and e.sslsl
anls are now at wot k In the tat de
partment of the sheriff's office get
ting out lax notices. Cblel Deputv
Randall Informs us the notices will
all be mailed out by the middle of
On ftCCOUnt of her services as a
surgeon In the civil war, congress
passed a bill permitting Dr. Mary
Walker to dress In male attire. It
would be well If congress In these
dnyi should pass another bill of the
same nature requiring the conscien
tious objectors to wear feminine Karb.
Senator Month courteously de
clined to attend President Wilson'
"at bone" to the foreign affairs eom-
mitteoe of congress February L6tb.
it Senator Borah should later decide
in give a pink tea at the committee
rooms, would it be Incunbenl t pon
the president tO send regrets-.'
Donald Hotchklaa arrived bone the
tulddle of Ibis week after receiving
his discharge from the. army. lie
i was among the hoys who went out In
July, therefore did not get an nance
to go S CfOSS. He did got back to SO
army camp In the vicinity of Chicago
where be was on duty a portion ol
the time in a hospital COTpS aiding in
caring for Influenza patients.
Albert Cross, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Waller cross, pioneer residents of this
lection, urrlved home this week. Al
bert volunteered his fitvIccs to his
Uncle Sam In the iiiivy, but when I he
fighting was over he asked to be re
lieved that he might return home and
again take up his active work look-
lug after slock and aiding his lather
on the ranch.
Have you noticed that the young
I soldier Just home from the army
lever sits down if he can help if
I lie argues with you towering up
above you in a poeltlon of vantage,
! or he teiu bis adventures while strid-
! Ing up and down tin- room. It will
I be ruinous to the chsir manufactur
ers if Ibis keeps OH. But BOW WS
understand for the iirst time why II
is i ailed a "i landing am;
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INCOME TAX FAYS
TOR PUBLIC DENEMTS.
A very unusual Operation was per
formed on Mrs. I'red Delisted! by Df,
.1. Shelley Satirinan on last Monday
at the Unities hospital. Although
the surgery performed wus serious
and delicate, the patient Is reported
making u splendid recovery. She In
now at the Klreoved hospital.
Friends In this city are pleased to
learn that Mrs. Frnest Mustek will
arrive home in a few days and will
be associated with Mrs. Schwartz as
one of her sales ladies in the new
ladles furnishings store she Is open
lug in the Immediate future. Mrs.
Mustek had been In Portland with her
husband for the past winter hut con
sented to return and take a position
with Mrs. Schwartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie McOowan
and their sou Hums arrived home
the fore part of the week from a so
Journ of several weeks at Tort land
and other points on the outside.
Archie spent a part of his time at
Salem taking In the legislature and
suys he feels that Ihe session accom
plished considerable that Is of partic
ular Interest anil benefit to this part
of the country.
Chnrley Cuwlfleld, (ion of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Cawlfield of this city, ar
rived home this week after getting
his discharge from the army. The
young man was fortunate enough to
get over to France but too lute to get
to the front, lie wus stutloucd for a
time at the sume cutnp in Oklahoma
with RubO Unities, former mursbal
ot this City und both went on r to
(Trance st the same tins, Owen,
Charley's older brother, was more
fortunate, us be has been over :it the
front for many mouths and Is still
The Oregon H Western (olonl.i
tlon Company will consider upplllu
tlons for range riders to ride their
land in Twelve Mile, ami Buck
Mountain; Silver Creek; Hums, and
Bags Hen; North of Harney V'allev;
and Crane Creel; d! itrlet.i
Applicants must have some knowl
edge or surveying and furnish saddle
and pad: animals. I'l. IgUtS
What district you wish to ride, and
,i ..i .
Addraai all applications t Mr B.
K. Johnson, Vale. Oregon. H
stock hoi. Di:us MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given thai the
postponed annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Masonic Hulld
Ing Association, of Hums, will he held
ut Ihe Masonic Hall In Hum. . Oregon,
on Tuesday. April S.1U18, at 2 o'clock
I.eon M. Ilrown, Secretary.
O'Connor & Carter
For fresh fruits and
Famous Delicious Apples
Special prices on ten lots.
We ran alao -tippl 3011 with
Ft esh Meats
Coal and Wood
Grain and iir.led Hay
SHM Hotel Hi.D.Hn -,
Mechanics In nil lines Qarpenters, masons,
painters, glaiiers, electricians are always
in need of supplies tor their trades.
To carry these supplies in stock is impossible,
as it would call for a heavy investment.
The Hardware Man
saves you that outlay.
Our store is filled from cellar to roof with sup
plies for all mechanics and builders. Whatever
your line, if you are engaged in mechanical work
we are bidding to furnish your supplies.
I. S. GEER & CO.
Best for the West
HVQ Delicious Sweet
Corn "Golden Bantam"
Exceptionally early and
in flavor and tenderness
not equalled by any
other variety. The ears
are short and compact
and the kernels plump
and creamy. This and
a thousand other veg
etables best for the West,
may be selected from
fjlgg catalog and found
at your dealers.
Write Jjiflg Seattle or Portland for. Catalog, Free.
Clothes Oft Proclaim
You can always tell by the fit and the
Cat of his clot lies if lie eaivs for his
The only way to guarantee tlie.se re
quirements is to wear tailored clothes.
Men who wear oun clothes have satisfaction,
because we make the satisfactory kind.
Let us measure you for that suit now!
"Viewed in u largest and Iru.
csi sense, Hie pay men I of lazes
I-, ntiymeni for benoflta received
or expected only from ;i iwr
row and essentially selfish and
Hhnri' i.'liii'ii viewpoint run tbe
Indh iiluui proMse in Ulntw If
iii- evasion of lux llahlllt) us a
desirable ourse of scl Ion."
Daniel '. lioper. Commissioner
of luii null lie ven uu.
Can You Figure ?
nland Empire Kealiy Co.
A. A. TI1AUW0TT, Proprietor
bought sold and exchanged
Farm Ranch and Building Loans
h o vs MA DE ON A PPLU 1 TJON DIRECT
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;;(i tbe extremes of "hard
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Women, a i i be buj er for
Ore ton iiDMH i, spend pi ob
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Think of iiiiti tremendosa
power In tbelr bands for
making Oregon grow and
Home Incln'ry t aau sf Orri i
If you cre to stop in and investigate, we
will show you how we can save you from
5 to 10 per cent v,n every article in our
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anteed to be the best we can possibly procure for von.
WE TAKE LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. 0TT1NC1.R, Proprietor NATE FRANKLIN, Manager
a, iU, . - .w " ; Mi'nwi i yi nmvmm miii. ig.