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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1919)
BOL'KCBS OF Ql'KHTIOM I
TKAIHKIfh K..MI NATION
Following- are given Die sown m
of queattoaa for teachers' uxarolna
lion which will be held at each coun
ty Reat on June 25, 26, 27, and 2S,
Arithmetic One-Blxth from the
course of study and five-sixths from
Watson and White.
Civil GovernmentThe American
Republic, by Forman, and current
Geography One sixth from the
tho course of study and five-sixth
from Tarr and McMurry.
Grammar One-sixth from tb
course of" study and five- sixths fro:u
Kimball's Elementary English. Hook
History One-sixth from tho course
of study and five-sixths from Mace
and current events.
orthography- One-sixth from the
course of study and five-sixths from
Hicks' Champion Spelling Book.
Physiology One-sixth from the
course of study and five-sixths from
Conn and Buddlngton.
Heading - Course of study for
School Law Oregon School Laws,
Theory and Practice How to
Teach, by Strayer and Norsworthy.
- Writing The Palmer Method of
Algebra New High School Alge
bra, by WellB and Hart.
Composition English Composition
Books I and II, by Brooks.
Literature, American by Aber
netby, and one-third from American
classics listed below.
Physical Geography Elements of
Physical Geography, by Hopkins. '
Psychology An Introduction to
Psychology, by Read.
Bookkeoping Lyons' Bookkeep
ing. Botany Practical Botany, by Ber
gen and Caldwell.
Geology LeConte's Comperrd of
Geometry, Plane Wentworth's
Plane and Solid Geometry, 1911 edi
tion. History General History of the
Ancient World, by Botsford, and
Medieval and Modern History, revis
ed, by Myers.
History of Education The His
tory of Modern Elementary Educa
tion, by Parker.
Literature, English Two-ithlrds
from English Literature, by William
J. Long, and one-third from the Eng
lish classics listed below.
Physics A First Course in Phy
sics, by Milllkan and Gale.
Chemistry An Elementary Study
of Chemistry, by McPherson and Hen
derson. (For graduates of nonstand
ard colleges or universities only.)
American Classics: Roosevelt.
The Roosevelt Book, selections from
his writings. Scribners 56 cent. No.
741, State Library List.
Ashman (comp.) Modern Short
Stories. The Macmillau Company,
$1.40. No. 2799, State Library List.
English Classics: Galsworthy. A
Sheaf. Scribners. 11.69.
Bryce. Promoting Good Citizen
ship. Houghton, Mifflin Company,
40 cents. No. 1607, Stale Library
(The Oregon state Library, Salem,
liar, a limited number of each of the
above ciasslcw, which will be leaned
to teachers, the only expense being
Our Allies in the Near Last
By Charles Evans Ilucuus
Probably at no time in the history of the v-rU
havo there been so many fatherless and qmmu i
less children as there are today. I'.ti , oJ Uiuu
aiids, probably hundreds cvf thousand! in ai
nicnia, Syria, Caucasv,?, Persia, Mesopotamia
and Palestine are not only without parent, i .
are without any Strong parental government u
give them the help ana protection which orphan
children of other landl tnjoy.
American Consuls and missionaries cable
the American Committee :'or Relief m the .Near
Mast, almost daily regarding the situation. One
metttge from the Russian Caucasus pleads for
ue support of 10,000 children at an average
expense of two dollars per month per child.
Another from Tiflis reports 40,000 children in
one region waiting for an answer to a previous
cablegram requesting help. Reports from other
poims indicate similar conditions. Among tin:
many appeals it is possible for this committee to
assume responsibility for only the most pressing
cases, and it is upon these that the committee
would focus the attention of the American peo
ple. Splendid help has been rendered the little
ones in other lands, but these in Western Asia
are no less human than those who have already
been aided by American charity. It is the duty
of Americans, as well as a privilege to respond
to this great opportunity and help keep alive the
best civilization that Western Asia.hr.s developed.
All expenses of administration for this relief
are privately met, so that every dollar sent to the
committer is used directly by their agents in
purchasing food and supplies for the needy who,
according to the best advices and from audited
reports, receive the full benefit of the funds sent
Out of the horror and nightmare through
which these people have passed comts the gratifv
ing word that we can be of assistance; that our
efforts will prove availing, and that we can share
with these orphan children the bounty what we,
as Americans, have enjoyed for years. The vorV
done hv this committee has been most unselfish
and effective under conditions of great person-d
sacrifice. May America respond to their appeals.
STOCKMEN PLEASE TAKE NOTE.
On March 15 range riders will bo
placed on all unleased lands of the
Oregon & Western Colonization Com
pany with Instructions to report all
trespass. It you wish to lease write
or call on
B. F. Johnson at Vale, Oregon. 3-29
SEWING MACHINES NOW
BgW TO LIMOUSINES.
CLIMBED TO POST
The Irish question Is the one or. ;-
tion which never under any elrcu :i
stances teems to receive au a
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Sticking to tfio bush, even .
diplomatic ranks Is not wit.,
Its reward; Thirty years ag
Senor don Beltrin Malhleu ul
Chile, South Anieiiia. was secre
tary to the BmDMaadoi to Arner
Ua He HI now tlio nn..,.is ..; (or.
The butz of electrie sewing and
knitting machine no longer sound
In the ears of Mr. Thomas F.
Walsh, wife of the Montana sena
tor. Instead, tho hum of big town
car motors, aa the social season
at the big Washington mansion
again gets undar way. Mrs.
Walsh turned over the second
flooreof her home and Installed
equipment for extensive war
work now completed.
Harmony in the neat the
League of Nations plan seemed to
involve as many notes of discord us a
iti'imrii Strang symphony.
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Surgeons Mend Lieutenant
After 2500 Foot Fall and
He Fliea Again
There Is a man In flan Francisco
uiilking around with a broken neck.
He In Lieutenant Charles M. Cummins,
of Richmond. Va.
Cummins was an army aviator.
While making a flight at Cerstner
Field, La.. In February, 1918. ho fell
2500 feet, hat luring the fourth, fifth
and sixth cervical vertebrae and dis
locating several other vertebrae par
tially. After the fall he was sent to Letter-
man Cenerul Hospital at the Presidio
In Kan Francisco (or treatment. Army
surgeons who are alafoat working mir
acles there In the reconstruction of
the war wounded finally fitted a metal
collar on the aviator to carry the
weight of his head. It worked and
now Lieutenant Cummins is walking
about apparently normal.
Only On of Many.
Lieutenant Cummins' case Is only
one of many, but it stands out because
of tbe popular superstition that a man
can't live If his neck Is broken. The
reconstruction' surgeona at Letterraan
aie working on hundreds of cases
much more difficult than the flyer's.
They arc receiving men there dally
from the battlefields of France, whose
legs and arms hang withered and help
less and they are turning those men
out. after months of special treatment
and patient mechanical manipulation,
able to Bag their arms and lets und
capable of mulling u living.
Tho cost, of courhc. Is tremendous
when one taken into consideration the
fact I iuit. the same work Is being cor
lied on In many military hospitals
Aire td conn, baa appropriate d mil
iionn ol dollan to earn " the work
and millions more will liiivn to lie
nude available ror the oauae. i-'or it u
a cause-, i., n." nti.ui of llie men
who gave thetr iiodu-s to their coun
try. Ci mmlm Files Again.
rnrt (i the none) to be realised
f'om the Victory Llbertj Loan will
be need tor this lob o reconstruction
or regeneration. Think ol this when
you are making up your mind ai to
how miuli oi tbe lean you, ne.sonally.
are goini Ui i ubacrlbe.
Lie ., i Cummins made nieht
with bis oo ist to con luce him-
be hads'l Ic bl i hbi ve.
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HAIL, RKI COATED HARBINGKIt.
A few months from now, when we
aro clubbing them out of the cherry
trees In a vain effort tb save a couple
of handfuln of fruit to ourselves, we
won't be rhapsodizing thus so we'll
do ft now when cherries are less an
issue I ban snow shovels.
i ract ih wo raw our firm nib
plscei' robin !ast Wednesday. Ai
i he ftr1 errant red coat, hopping
: iio mmv. haik an I chirping "('h
up. cheer up," always makes us grafc
fti. to the sauc tr.be of Cock I(ol,.
( h, the blue bird is prettier, as,
the viid eanartea are gaudier, ,,-,
the oi caslonal hui:iniliig bird Is mo
end i and the tii.u h has a swct
note niii tin 'stk -cully sings sprls,
Into the land, Imii the robin is ta
daring ycting rnoTt, vho brave nj
drifts, and the re, ai d (he blunttrl
and travels a few thousand n!lJ
Just to let a winter tired world knotl
that somewhere the sun Is shiniaJ
and really making a warm spot
Later he becomes common; to
darn common entirely, take it fro
But the March robins, advamla
daredevils against entrenched hi
deadly winter, they brighten us a lo
Just aa the roar guard of lustv r
coats that refuse to surrender In t
early winter, and that somen.
stay behind to chirp of departed sua
mer until sudden blizzard mht
catches them, and leaves tbem Marti
heroes upon the ground.
Next to the proud, lofty, V-shap
lines of the north-questing geese,
furred or feathered prophet gets rhj
down next to the grateful heart of i
like valiant Cock Kobin.
And we scatter crumbs and cf?i
him warm drink with almost as Krettl
good will as we will later endeave
to dub the eternal daylights out of
his ornery cbestlness, pecking at t
last of our cherries.
We will do your Job printing.
Inland Empire Realty Co.
A. A. TRAUGOTT, Proprietor
Bought sold and exchanged
Farm Ranch and Building Loans
LOANS MADE ON APPLICA TION DIRECT
WILL YOU PAY INCOME
TAX THIS YEAR ?
You Must Make Return :
If Single nixl Your rtcrnue Reached 1,000. 90
If Married and Your Income Umched 2,000.00
Forms will goon be out, but the time for filing
your return is short. Better sharpen your pen
cil and be ready with the figures.
'The care with which we keep i record of every
transaction handled throufrh this bank is of
great value to you when making up your report
i';ill on us for assistance.
CI A NF, STATE BANK
uWMMwmv iiniiin in a
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y Department Alters
Pian Armounced Lsot
Vieteiv Liberty I.oun ipiotas will not '
be affected by Thrift fftamp salen aa
planned by the Treasury i'egmrtment
the llrhl of t lie year. It was announced
let January by Lewii B, Craakltn,
director of war mbvIiiks, that wherever
Tiuiii Btajnp iiuitas were exceeded
the amount of ovoreubaoriptlon would
be talien (ram the coming loan ,nola ,
and thai If Hie Thrift Btamp ip utan
vera noi reached the deficiency would
be added in tba kwn quota.
n nor ihunea K. L) nob ol the
Federal Reserve Bank bus Jut i
recel .. i tram Wasblnaton i
ii.l, I Ing II. .it He plU to lidj i I 'ie-
tory i. nan .I'louri ta aooordanc with I
.ile of War g smu linn
been abandoned, The reason given
wits thai si of the I'l'deral Ret I
iii itrlt i mill got reapportioning
'111 ill J.lllllli (IIOtK
.-- SAGEBRUSH LANDS -with
water rights for sale on
Blitzen River in tracts of 80-
Acres or more. Reasonable
pi iC3S one-fifth cash balance
easy terms, six per cent in
terest. Eastern Oregon Live Stock
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