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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1919)
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MR'Ali AMI I'KHNOVM,
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The statement made In a recent
sermon that "In this life we only
reach the stage of leaf and blossom"
recalls to us that we have met vari
ous people who had apparently
reached the nut atage.
In Chicago ecry purchaser of
$26,000.00 worth of Victory Ioan
is entitled to a ride in an aeroplane.
Some of ua would pay $26,000.00
(If we had it) to stay out of the
M B. Ravles was In town today.
Auto electrical repair. Jack Mc
Oalre. Baled hay at A. A. Perry's Feed
riinn Implements at bargain
j,rlcs at the Burns Hardware.
0. 0. Jetley was In town today to
ttti'iid the funeral of Mrs. Sitemore.
In the -peace reconstruction In Eu
rope the American porker Is boooBI
Ing a promlneiit element.
President Wilson could Apparently
find plenty of peace-making right
here at home among his cabinet.
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If Postmaster-Oennral Burleson
Is thrown overboard to tighten the
ship of state, will she reach a safe
Try our banana cream plea. They
ire delicious. i'age'a Sweet Shop, tf
We have some new goods, Includ
ing Flaxon. Indian Head, Poplin,
Voile, liabardlne. and all kinds of
white goods. Mrs. K. F. Schwartz.
THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK OK
BUH- I'AI'ITAL AND HI Ill'M'S
(100,000. "THK BANK THAI'
MARKS VOUI $ 8AI-K."
Mrs B. I'. Tyler and children de
sire to express their sincere thanks
to the many friends who were so kind
iut thoughtful during their recent
Clarence Luekey has returned from
g visit 10 Seattle to which point he
took the trick stallion of Smith Crane
where he turned it over to a car
nival company for exhibition purposes.
Mrs. J. 0. Alberson and daughter
and Mrs. it. M. Briscoe arrived in
town today. The Alberson.-. are now
living at Alberson, having moved
from Denlo. Mrs. Briscoe resides
Mrs. Grover lludspeath and little
son are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Thompson, drover expects to come
over from the Illley store this even
ing and will take them bu- k with
W. C. Cecil and his son Pat were
over from their 8tlver Creek home
yesterday. Carroll was one of the
road delegates to Portland. He and
Bill Johnson were the young men of
the crowd who set the pace for the
Win. Sharbora was up from his
home in the Deuio country during
tnla week, having accompanied a wool
buyer up. From the latter we learn
that wool has advanced very much
.tly and be said be would not be
lorprlsed to see It go as high as 60
George Simmons has purchased
the barber shop of Raymond Size
more and took possession of it last
Monday. Raymond Is still at work
in the shop but expects to quit about
the first of the coming month when
he contemplates going to Portland
Mr ami Mrs, A. J. Jones went to
John Day today. They were accom
panied b) .M,-., Helen Sayer who goes
for a short visit with her sister, Mrs.
Hal Mi Lean, and Other relatives.
Mr. Jiiii." and Miss Saver aspect to
return borne tomorrow, but Mrs.
loses will remain there for a time,
0 visit with n lativos and friends
and lake a needed rest as she has
lieen quite constantly engaged in
mrslng for most of the winter mud
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Tho central powers may have been
"chasing rainbows," but our Rain
bows In Europe did all the chasing
ATTKACTIONH FOR THK COM I. NO
The management of the Liberty has
Just arranged for some exception
al ; li lure.- to come from this date on.
The first special will be seen tomor-1
row night, "The Hun Within." This
Is one of the big plays of last season
1. ons must be taken Into consldera
Some of the productions for the
I coming week ul the Liberty are:
Sunday night, May li. "The Hun
We.lnesduy, May 14. Mine. Petrovn
I In "Exiles."
Suturdny, May 17, J. Stuurt Black
ton in "The Judgment House."
Sunday, May 18. Elsie Ferguson in
I "A lioil's House."
C. H. Leonard has returned from
: Pendleton, where he went to attend
Resides carrying their fifty-pound
packs, the Rainbow division came
s'aggerlng home under tho weight
of their citations and decorations.
It is noted this yeur that instead
nf the song-sparrow's usual strain.
"Sweet, sweet, sweet, verv merry
cheer," he is singing, "Wheat,
wheat, whent, very, very dear."
PfselflOBl Wilson must not be sur
prised at the failure of his popular
ity in Italy. An earlier and greater
than he heard the cry "llosaiina"
today and "Crucify him" tomorrow
BUY IT FROM US
This i a general store and we are supposed to sell every
thing, and we live up to the general supposition.
You can buy anything you war.t here, from hardware to
groceries, from needles to a good smcke.
It pays to buy from us. because we sell for cash, and an
enormous amount of goods, and we can therefore sell at a
I closer margin of profit than some othr3.
You CAN'T lose, and you WILL gain. Now doesn't this
line of argument appeal straight to your good common sense?
LUNABURG, DALTON & CO.
BURNS, :: OREGON
to some legal matters before the
Supreme Court. Mr. Leonard ex-
t,.,wl,..1 l.lu vlull tn Pnrtlniiit while out
but as soon as things are shupcil ... ...
around the patrons of this house are
to be given later releases and will be
treats to some of the best photo
tila vu i.rn.l .,,...,(
,', ... ,1 day or two. bo he decided It better
I he Liberty bus contracted with I . . . ., . ... . 1.
auto to Rend and he round the other
members, who were delegates to the
road meeting, would not return for
. to loaf in Portland than to uwalt
their . 11 .ii in Rend.
the i'uramount-Artcroft producers
for ull their releases and these will
be seen from this date on. Uy mak-'
Iiu; un enlarged 'contract the man
agement has been able to secure the
special productions at a rule thut will ! Notice Is hereby given that there
permit tliem be. ok produced at the "f" sufficient funds on hand to pay
regular 1 rices. At any rate this Is off alt General Fund warrants Issued
going to be tried at first, as it is be- and registered up to and Including
llevod the patrons will appreciate this February 1, 1919. interest ceases
progressive move sufficiently to Jus- on May 6, 1919.
W. V. KINO.
Tho soldier's mess kit hus been
so long his plate and salad plate 1
and bread-and-butter plate and veg-1
etable dish that he is astonished to
realise once more how much china
it takes to serve a simple meal. I
"Who shall decide when doctors
disagree?" And who can be expec-'
ted to be pseosfsu when a peace con- '
CROPS WILL NOT 52
HARMED BY L0CUS1
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MA DON'T throw away that old suit!
V3 J3ring jt to our shop first. If we can't make
fJ-. f a good looking, new appearing suit out of it
1W by CLEANING
it, then indeed you may throw it away with
a clear conscience. You have no idea how
much good there still remains in that dis
carded suit. We have reclaimed so many
that we hate to see yours thrown away till
it really is useless, e
KT1M KMKN'H MKETING.
A telegram received by a friend
:ii this (iiv from M V, Jones, who was
in Portland, states that a straw vote
was recently taken on the street at
Tillamook upon the proposed initi
amendments to be voted on at
the Jim. elei t ion. Two hundred and
'dghty-one votes were polled on the
mention of the Rosevelt highway
and but one negative was registered.
The proposed guarantee of bonds
'or irrigation projects was also put
before them, and two hundred forty
seven were favorable to seventeen
ZBYSZK0 IN LINE FOR
TITLED MAT MATCH
f. i jm -.: smnnt
. St ,.-ff i..
I m h
tlfy It. Ail that is necessary to keep
these best pictures coming and show
IftSJ at regular prices is to have the
public show its appreciation and turn
nit in sufficient numbers to mak- li
possible. The Rums Cattle & Horse Raisers
The peopl.i of Rums are seeing tb Usoe'attoa will meet on ToestUy
r.ame class of photo plays at the Lit.- -lev IS, i o i f . Matters of ImporUnce
er in this city thut the people lit ' ' ' " brought up, uud all member
Portland do at the best play houses r" Brged to attend.
there and at practleully the same N. JAMF.SON, Hecreiary.
prices. When one considers tlte cost! -o
of transporting the films to and from
Portland the slight advance in ad
mission charges hero are Insignifi
cant. Resides in Portland these pro-
lie IKm-s Heavy Work
grams are shown over and
"I do heavy work, and that Is a
strain on a man's kidneys," writes
liert Dawson. Canton, III. "My trouble
over ntarted with sharp pains over my
again while here we have but one back. I bought u bottle of h oley PIIIh
program. Tho lights do not come on ""' ? w".? K"0' my I""1'""1
- entirely left me." They banish rheu
...ilv enough to even rferjnlt two IIlfl(U. ,,B,IH, )B,.kabe, soreness, stiff
shows In one evening, so IJjese condl- nenS, Sold by Reed Rros.
A great wrestling nfltcb is
Promliicd when Champion Bar)
taddock rot urns to his Iowa home
from Prance, where be Is now
Nerving as a private In the U. 8.
jmy Wladek Zbystko's defeat
' "Strangler" Bd Lewis and Joe
htecher win tore Caddock Into
another match with the giant
ll k Tbl U n,w Viotw of
Better for the money than you
yourself can bake in your own
kitchen. Buy it here, and save
yourself all the trouble and bother
of "Baking Day."
Cakes, Cookies, and All Kinds of
Delicious Pastry Freshly Made
OUR BREAD IS ALSO SOLD BY
Farmers Exchange-Emmet Reed
Burns Cash Store-Hagey's
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Page 's Sweet Shop
BEAL LOCUST -THE
."he 17-yearTbcust has lost Its
sting. In fact it never had any.
scientists now tell us. It will ar
rive aa scheduled this year, but
it will do no harm. It's right
name is the periodical Cicada,
Often mistaken for the locust.
The grasshopper, tho real locust
What One Mother Hoes
Mrs. I Rennett, 7 Wawnyand
Place, Mlililletown. N Y , writes: "1
liuve gicn l-'oley's Honey and Tar
to my little boy. and cannot recmu
mend it too highly as I think it is the
only medicine for coughs and colds."
Fine for croup and whooping cough,
as well as coughs and colds. Contains
no opiates. Sold by Reed, Rros.
Why the Essex Motor Car will be
the sensation for the coming season
Every part and every detail of the Essex con
struction is of proved worth. It was designed
and built by some of the foremost engineers of
America, the same men whose genius produced
the Super-Six. Many points of superiority in
the Super-six which have proved themselves in
years of service, have been incorporated into
the Essex. The engine, only twenty- nine
inches long, cast in one block with detachable
head, readily develops more than fifty horse
power. Long life is assured by the ample pro
portions of the counterbalanced crank shaft,
supported by three large bearings.
Eastern Oregon Auto Co.
H. E. YOUNG, Prop.
Heap Your Market-Basket
Full of Money Saved !
That is virtually what you do when you do business with us.
When you leave our store with a day's supply of Groceries you
also leave with your share of the profits.
Our shelves hold the best in
Breakfast Foods, Canned Goods, Preserves and Spices on the
Our service to you in buying and serving our products is merely
the fore-runner of the great good you can do for your meals and
penny saving problem, when you patronize us.
We take LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager