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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1919)
ilLVB CREEK RANCA Daylight Savins Law
SOLD IN LAKtVlbWj Repeal Vetoed Twice
I, Foster I'm c ISccomcs
Properly ot Jones unci
A deal was closed early this week
whereby tin I KoHlor ranch on Hllvor
Crook hot ante tho properly of Jones
At,( lane, sheepmen of tho l.uko
vlpw socllnii TIiIh ranch Ih consider
nl one of tho best Tor sheep In Hast
rrn Ores.)" Most of tho ranch equip
ment, .ri will as hay, etc., wan In
lliiuYd n ileal.
Cluirli M Kuulknor, of tho I lumpy
Ooitntv U'M.iit Company, wont to
Ltkevlt .'. .idny, ami closed nrran-
... .1... Intl. Tin. ,mltultt..i"ii
iloa R u 14 satisfactory to both
L,ir . 1 UIIKIHT roiuruoii i UOH
President WIIhoii has udooiUho n.
piml of tho daylight Having law. Thin
Ih probably tho firm tlnui that any
proslduht has vetoed a bill ror tho
second time. Hpeodlug np fn'otory
production Ih kIvuii iih IiIh reason.
.Many local ranchers who aru disre
garding tho daylight mtvlng plan uro
finding tliity would bo hotter paid
worn thuy to follow lis provisions.
HAD SUFFERED FOR
30 YEARS HE SAID
Denver Man Declares Tanlac Has Helped
Him Mom Than Any Oilier
WIHB AND OTHl.IUVIHi:
High flnunCu In an undent tmmimr
(1ioh day. 1 ro.'Uoorlng has bnckod
It off tho itng"
(Silver Tongue Brings
More Cash Than Rough
if i i generally a warning,
mil tltr 1 r atoned party gotH ready
mreiht Hit ween 1894 nnd 1914
weiitv m t the Kalner talked over-
j-tliiRli i i publlr occasions about
ilsnnir t. 1 what ho could do with
i. Fhuu'i Hie world eamo to hulluve
lira mil look ul hi in now.
Kil (arum announces whut ho will
lo to Amen a Messrs. Dunne and
lyan nut. n v what thoy will do to
'nslntil I'Ut Japan noVor throat
n in do aus thing to anybody. Leant
,( all io t liii a Japan Iiiih nlwnys
alki l n 1 1 1 being kind to China.
:he i 1 1 ki that.' way now.
Ad J.i ,i'i h about "tho only world
owcr a i -nl that In not wearing
bin . . J.ipitn in tho only nation
hat i r V a consistent iiuoctum
1 ' and gels more, with-
it than anybody else,
christian, talk rough.
. limn. 'Japan Ih n
i kindly, and chmIiOh In.
ml want to bu honest,
w i! talk kindly. It may
Mi. k eye. even If you
i pick h pocket. You
i t Ilk a Christian, nl neu
,e out'. PolltoneM pays.
V 'U are a heathen; ask
Himwu.. . , t
Th i i ' - imif of year when ri
ofintriti' rt vnrrylnk nbout bathfni;
ult 01 lii' r peoplo'ti bathluh huIIh;
i far a wi Vnow, refornierH don't
atho very murh themsulveM. Thoy
aren't tlmv Whllo you nro hwIiii-
Ihr you cin'l handle an opera-Kliom,
nd without one you can't InventlKato
he natatory liulfHcretloiiH of your
The rofortnurii nnd tho antl-roforni-n
now offer llntlr ploadliiii for ad
udlcntlons "OlrlM must wear Mtock-
Ki with ImthliiR HUltn," nay tins re
former ' They dort't need to." say
he antla, "why nhould thoy?" "Ilo
ue tho hIkIiI of the feminine lo ox-
oied InflarnoH tho mancullno mind to
palon of lechorouH frenzy. That'i
by" iay thrt reformem.
"How do you know that?" iUK tho
"til. ' Do you ever feel Mini wnv?"
Heaven f irbld " gaap tho refornierH.
oor reroM n h white flower of a
"Then Ikw do you know how .Hh-
f feel a'x-it if" K tho comeback;
I n il you?" "Wo don't
' Id " High the refornierH;
r. down fn our Hianto
lor c r
IK 1 I,
tnjv u ' a
lou r av v
I'erhiuiK In tlmo, when the posi
tion! mid tho wnutu have talkud thoin
elrot to dolh ovor tho Iookuo of
imtloiiK. the roit of tm will (traeloiiHly
condoseeiid to forgot all about the
dnniud thl uk.
. Union, inotlior! Jimt dl; out thonu
old kIiii;1iuim droHKUH you huvo liad
stored away for ho many yearn, and
your iluiiKhlor will 'bo itllto HtyllHhly
droMKcd. Hllk Ih oilly a cheap fabric
A.'kick,"' lU.MieniH, ban buou dis
covered In root lifer. Hut, then
USt AlthronKh Hfo. - :
lv$j iiHOtno.xyay or.tMher, j
; TIeworld him YuhI one
Wo huo by tho pnpem. that Str-
Kount York Ih to oMUiblUlt a tinlvor
nit y tor tho Inatrurtlou of tho youth
of TuiinodHtic. V preeuuitt. of ooiitfu
ho'j will idioot, IiIh IdeMe through tho
nituzl-j of (i powered rlf lo.
Tliero wiih nnvor a tlmo in tho
hlntnry of this town xvbnn the read-
r of I IiIh mr were id hitflreelwi
In jbp alvvrtleliiK roltiutn h thy
ar6 'tfHlny. With prleee of orery
tlilni: up In tho rioiiil,' the HvernHO
muii or woman Ih jtuaiily alive to tho
pOHflblllty of Hliavltu: off a rout or
two In tho prlre of noceeeltle. anfl
WAtrhiM tho ihIm' llkd a hawk In tho
h'ope of flmllji); muno relief. 'Die
W1BI-: merchant tukoe advautnus of
,11118.111111 placon )itunojpiIUoiu lav
foro.ihtf iieoplo tNch week.
"Hvor Hlnco I tdok that couiho of
Tanlae I huvo foil better nnd HtroiiRer
than I huvo In many yearn and II
Iiiih dono more for mo than anything
oIho I have over taken," null! J. W.
PatlorHon, of 1IIG9 Thirteenth Htreot,
"For thirty yoiira," ho continued,
"I nuffored from catarrh of tho none
and throat, and nlthoiiKb I wiih oper
ated on by a New York mpocIuIIhI at
great expeiiHii I got only temporary
roller. I JuhI couldn't rent at all
well ut night and would get up In
the mornlngH almoHt choking with
mueiiH which unuHimted me ho
would often htivo to votili. My
Htomnch becamo a(fectlil ho that
everything I would eat Houred and
bloated mo up with gun iih tight an
n drum. I wiih blllotiH, too, had tor
rlblo headache and nufforcd hoIiic
"I tried overythlng I could hear of
but nothing helped mo till I began
taking Tanlac. It ban relieved mo
of gna nnd ovory nlgn of Indlgonllon
ami my Htomnch Ih In butter condition
than It has been In yearn. Tanlac
ban helped my catarrh wonderfully
It ban calmed my nerven ho 1 can get
refrooblng nlcep at night and I am
not troubled vlth that iiiuciih or
iiaiidoit any more."
Tunlai! Ih hoIiI In Huron by Heed
Hroe., and In Crano by Valo Trading
'Soon lelirhlaiiuj'lJaaBar tlie
"hlKh roit of living." It will be the
ugony of longing.
;j Trim, follow who keepH 1ih hoitRU and
grouiidK In gonJ condition .Invariably
linen tho Hiuiio care null taut In hlu
bUHlnijsH career, lie limy not real
Uo It, hut ho U building hltiiHolf a
reputation which piiHlicn him along
In tho game of lifo. It Ih ti Iohhoii
which uvery pernou In thin town
might apply with tho bent of results,
both for lilumolf and tho community.
Are you wearied of (hu monotony
of u hum drum existence? With n
good hook you may vInU tho far
plnctw of the oortn and delve into
their hlatorlM mid nocrotH. Tliero
la no land you may not explore, no
depth of ItwrHlitg you may not plumb,
no hvlxht you may not himIo. Thu
loves ami piiwiIdiih of the lower, earth
Hfo, or tho higher and more seronu
enjoyment of tho, spiritual -all are
our for the taking.
It la easier to coteli a ohluk tiffin a
fuirgrowu rooiloV. Uolshovlam shoufi)
W ftoiched In ItH Inulplency.
, Hays Nothing 8nmotnic.H
fdld an I
U In i f
r voif, '
UUll I- 1
I In n
laii'li 1 4
It Li f ji
Oil i , t
li or v,
'My u ,i
ftJCt (1 i,
r hat w
I ornif , ,
(h. n r
uIk auggOHt prurient
io yon," Hcroam tho
r -011I& that want pur-
li'iuoli. HtyUw. Talc
vlmmlg, and glvo
'"Try i '(nalibrd gneH
wirvlchhns it' bath'
' i .IoiMh ruroiy reaeh
woyld remove rtll
""Kj , f w) talked to
ad 61 all arottnd It,
. in of- all truo ethical
rial' In Hh HlmplU'Hy.
l In the Injunction,
one. Dpirt iiaiid
' 'hat you don't ,vant
i' has boon worded In
'i in one of Hh foniM
' Jibing boaclio'i, iiiohI
' d of boyH and glrlH
it tocklngH Hodm not
u of tho oxlHtenco of
' hox. That Ih really
ft certain typo of pj
I'ot that hox Ih too
- rather that It Is
"lice, until thin typo
' I Wlllllllltf llllOIlt it.
rollteiiens cosIh nothing; It In worth
much. Take a stroll along one of our
local vtreets and you will meet cer
tain, people who never full ot u cour
teous greeting. As you pass them
by they leave in your mind n feeling
ot wholesome friendliness uud broth
erly lovo. You Instinctively oxtend
them tho courtesy of n kind thought
and n friendly greeting In return. Tho
two of you nro adding yet another
ray of muiihIiIiio to tho community Hfo.
And niuny llttlo rays make a iiiohI
pleasing whole. Try it yourself mil n-1
tcrmptly for a week, and thou aiiul
lie yovuv-fdollugs. You will be r-
plUiflfat tho result,
Thu Harney County News, which s
published in Hums by one of thu
numerous Hyrd editors, files at Hh
manthoad tho slogan "Kays Homo
(hlug Kvcry Wook." Tho News said
nothing this week worth repeating
In Ihesn columns. Try again, Hyrd.
Hend Press, (lo to 'em, Charllol
norm-: wohk in hot wkatiiku
Hot weather brings uo relief from
housework drudgery. If anything,
woman's work Is morn trying. Over
work and worry cause kidney trouble,
resulting In buc(achn, sore munclow,
stiff JnlutH, rheumatic pains, tlrcdj
feeling and other distressing symp
toms. Foley Kidney Pills help weak
kidneys. Sold overywhere,
'SKllf; POU U8 IN YOUIt VICI
rnrACoinploto lino well grown tplik
llbiijiiIjjnniinlHHlon with cash adyjtncV
Wr) for contract nt onco, si'
t BAliRM NirilSKHY OOMPAN-Y't i
) , V '' H.ilem, Oregon. 8-30
O'Connor & Carter
For fresh fruits and
Famous Delicious Apples
J Special prices on ton lots.
We cun alse uupftly yeu with
, Fresh Meats
Coal a Mil Wood
Grain an4 Baled Ila
,i4, " 'iMipncClF
'! r vr v i
IluniM Hotel UulfdtiiK .
A ni 1 Infill
BUY IT FROM US
, ...This is a pronorul felore and wo are supposed id soli evory
. lljjng:, and we IjyQ up to tho general supposition.
You i:an buy;- anything ypu Want here, from lmrdware to
groceries, from needles .tQ a gool smoke.
It pays to buy-from itishccatiso wo sell . for cash, and an
onormous amount of goods, and we can therefore sell at a
closer margin of profit. (
You CAN'T lose, and you WIM gain. Now doesn't thin
lino of argument appeal straight to your good common sense.'
ti'ihk and oTinmwiHi;.
Tho profiteer swatH tho conmiinor
and tlm coiinumer takes It out on' thu
rly. Homo comparlHon, but IfMle -dlslroHHlngly
IIouiiowIvoh, thin Is for you, You
enjoy making the rounds of the local
fdoros In your search for tho iiiohI.
economical purclniHeH to Hatlnfy your
iiociIh nnd dcHlrcH. In thoHo iluyn of
h.'Mi prlccH and Htomnch oconomy
you keenly onjoy tho prlvllego of
HHelng off a penny or two. Hoforo
you inako your next rounds go euro
fijlly over tho ads In thin paper, make
i;olo of tho different nlTorlngi, and
Hr,k thorn up personally. You may
hrvc Ihu rare (lliultiollou of ullclin
i,r a coupln of con in- and that le
,oHig Homo theiio dnyn. Tin nils turn
lunl bo Unit, tho high cost of liv
ing Ima,' Invaded tho sacred proclnctn
of our -hiilliinal capltul, Klso why
this Hudditn and terrific Mazo of pro
test from WaHlilnglonV
Will SOMETHING Happen
to make you rich ?
A ritili undo mn.y die and l(tv ,you ti roll, hut,
Tnw rich u'ndloa liavo this liubili."
If ,you got rich, the dianroK fi.ro ,yoii will Hr.st.
huvo Lo hilvo jonough inoiioy in tmlor to niiiko ivn
invcHtniont that will j)a,y.
Thoro aro plenty of invoHtfnont.s for, tho nmn
with a llttlo ready cawh.
But it in up, to you to navo ciihIi. Tho hunt
policy in to duponita portion of your wilary.
A Hank inbottor than a holo in your pockot
through whioh your nionoy 'iui slip awiy'.
Muks flur Bank VOI'H Bnnk. . i
'CRANE STATE BAlK ,
Cunir rn fold i-vo'
v rt I n fii nti Mm Ity niminl
linktn of 70 etimHtMf9r
In a J'wii impar'Vntrtl
car la n. Vn rmt!tyeoom-
Zieiir or alhn .'uppTy or
wiro you trtvff.
It. J. Koynuhli'ToKiiccolCo,
a . v
CAMELS are in a class by themselves easily the
most refreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove that ! Simply compare
Camels pud-by-pulT with any cigarette in the world at
any price 1 Put quality, flavor and cigarette satis
faction to the utmost test 1
Mode to met your tnfltb, Cnmela never tire it, no mnitor iow.
liberally you nmoke them ! Thu uxihti bhwl of choice TurkieH
nnd choici- Domomic tobnoooti -mekei CiIh (luhghifcU ful
Iwiliud, yot ko ftiscmmingly smooth nnd inelldw-mitd. : livery
timo you light one you Ret m?v nnd hucnur onjoymum I . ,
lrroedom from any unplenHnm cignr.otty nftor taste 0.11003)
unpletiuunt cii'.nrotty odor mukos Camdb us uououul ua tlicy.nn;
In fact, Camels nppenl to the most fastidious smokor in .o
mnny now ways you never will miss tho absence of coupons,
premiums or Rifts. You'll prufcr Camel Quality I
'. FOR ALL PURPOSES
Build your house, barn, outhouts, sidewalks,
and all else that is constructed from lumber
but of our material which is the selection of
the choicest strippings from the best wood in
the country for building purposes.
Large quantity of dimension material on hand
and any special ; order will be given immedi
ate attention and turned out on short notice.
Emigrant Creek Saw Mill
' ;il'y more liuiiortant i
" lenco than calves, (
" '. Wo'll all know!
'"it iomo of us takn (
" i. arn,
LUNA BURG, DAffON & CO.
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