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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1919)
usic witn a iviljv in it--
Kor Singingancl Dancing theiv id one Player Piano which has earned supremacy over all others. It pluvs the latest music 'with all- 1 y
the haunting melodies of a full Jazz Band. Saxaphone, Ukelele and Banjo are imitated with startling thruthfulness., . .. .,
The Euphoria Player Piano
is all that any Piano can '"c. To those who perfer the classics or old time ballads, it gives a faithful reproduction.
A GOOD PIANO forms the keystone of family life. To both young and old it is an unfailing center of enjoyment. No
matter how luxurious, hew wxjII equipped your home may be thoro is an incomnletenoHs. chink unfilled, imtil this versatile 'in-
strument be installed.
A GOOD PIANQ is a life long-companion. With moderate care it should last a life time. THE EUPHONA PLAYER
PIANO has twenty entlfiisiastie owners in Harney County MODERATELY PRICEDREASONABLE TERMS
The Wiley B Allen Company
J. FELLOWS, Eastern Oregon Representative at Burns
W)CAIj AND IfclWNAIi.
Mr Sutton, principal of Huron
I ublK School returned from his vuea
t an Thurndny. Kliln Take NOT1CK.
Smith Crane roturnud yesterday
f'om a trip to Oinahit and Denver
vlth a iihlpniiMit of mules.
Waterim-lons are mlvertlm.nl at 'i Hi
r nt pound In Prlnevllle, nml -U4
, l i' l'i'ton We wUh oh.woll
UK'AU AN1 PKIWONAI.
I rquirl a sheep tuun from Cran,
a . business visitor In town thU
week ' i
Jm J Donegaii returned from tin
i utlitK "t the I Unnuh the early part
( till' Week.
It. It. Ilrown, of Diamond and
Nyrnot, wan In town on business thin
Kavnrablu weather for hnrvost ami
several Root! crops of mlllliiK unil
seed wheat reported In tho Valley.
l.loyil Tryon another onu of our
sailor boys returned anil Ih again
greeting frlumlH In thin vicinity.
Frank Johnson, of tho Oregon &
Western Colonization company U In
town on company business.
A now driller lis arrived at tint
llowoll oil well, and work Iuih been
AN'OTIIKIt .lOl'ltNAI.lHT fOMKS
TO TIIK TI.MKM-IIKItAM) KTAKP
Horn To .r. ami Mrs. Albert
Hwaln, on Saturday, August 23, a
daughter. Tho young lady arrived
JiiNt In time to bo announced In thin
Issue. Mighty luconsldornt to pick,
on press ilay, but we Hurely welcome
the little Htraugor.
Weight ten pouildii, of eourse.
Our cM friend. Dick Noble of Ira Malum, who eulls Anderson .
..uii i taking a little needed real Valley and the Cow Creek country,
l.tl'ii g UurtiM. j n'H home, wax transacting business
, ln town during this week.
iKputv Sheriff I'latt T. Hamlull nr.d ' i
hnnh are taklUK a two weeks vuen-J Judge l.evons and J. J. Donegal! j
t on 1 i Logan Valium'. enjoyed the cool atmosphere at Flwh .
.. , , ,., lake on Stein's .Mountains for a few
Th, .able at the well of Con rl ,
ort'K OH 1 "as luriMi insi
week nitd -'500 feel went to the bot
"I District Attorney M, A. Illggs and I
v ' Sheriff Ooodman returned Thursday I
IVm OblaKUe and hU new brldnN fro, cene of the Hilt MhootliiK
voro vHltorn In town tl.N week. Itnv-nt Two HiinpectH were broiiKht ,
,nK junt rtturued from their nouey.;--
100,1 ' ""llarry Carey paHel through the
Nolni.d I'urrey. whoe home Ih ut -city the fore part of tho week on IiIh
i,pmihi unu, nf the wltueHHenl way to John Day. lie utopped In
towiiMiuiy ioiik ouoiiKU to navo hoiiim;
minor er trouble remedied before)
I audit! on.
n the Hill eaite to me oouuiy !
i:. It. Illl. I. WAS SHOT
HV IIIDDC.V C.VKMV
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hrhiM auioiig the wIIIowm made tho
work of the InvextlKatlon 'party dif
ficult, and for oIivIoiih reaioiiM It Ih !
not dotflred to make puhllr junt all
that wan learned.
Vedal Uleehea and Joe llayatt. two
MuxieaiiH of the Duiilo Hcetlon, are
under Hinplelon, and were broiiKht to
the lotiiuy neat for preliminary ex
amlnatlou HniiHatlonal revelatloiiH
are expected when they are put on the
Ntiuid, according to iiumornu rumorH.
.Mr. IMII leaven a wife nod daughter
to mourn tt Ih tragic end,
WISi: AND OTIIICUWIHI-:
We read much In the prenri about
America Having Kuropu and feeding
tho world. Hut can you recall a hIii
glo InHtaiice In which the nml of the
world canio to the aid of America?
umu wan up from Uawen
'uv Hit nuyit that thljiKH
n- luke are' an good aa
t.d under thd clrounutaiiceH. ui vvui.uj
.i TVrs In CJ -v i" 4-"vwil" "!
( I Hughe, new principal j X CllL U ICI 1 1 UCi
Politic- In polltlcH. and will never
be anything but polltlon, until we
uoiiuiro the habit of filling our public
oIIIuuh with Home one ImjhMch polltl-elaiiH.
58th Anuual State
Fair Held at Salem
Announcement of daton and npeclal
feature ror tie flfty-elglith annual
Htale fair han been received. Sep
tember 227 Ih tho. time net for the
pro-ontutlou thlH year, on the fair
xrouudn at Salem, an tinual.
A feature of the coming event will
be a homo nhow at leant four night
of tho Hctmlon, in the New Htadlum.
Thin nhow Ih huralded an the blggeMl
dlnplay of home fleflh ever held In
the Northwent, and Ih expected to be
the leadlut; noclety event of the entire
An excellent npeed program Iuih
nlno been arranged, In which running
a ihl chariot race will be Included.
PtiNtoal horHOH on the Pacific eonnt
will be In computltfnu
Practical demoiiHtnitloii of lute
model tractorn will be given dally.
Ah In the pant UvoHtnck will be the
predominating feature of thin yearn
fair. Student Judging will be an add
ed Hluiit to the exhibition.
Arrangement have' been made for
the comfort of campern.
OUIl HOHH TAKKH A KKST
The Ideal Ladll.'H' Tullorlug- Cotnpuny"
Wonderful New Kail und Winter Mno or
Tailored Suits, Coats and Skirts
aro here In (hone
New WOolenu tm
HIKVKIl TIPPKD IIOI.IVIAl
. . I'KAl'H IIMHI.M DCVI7TVN
HIIIVKK TINIC TUICOXIXK
ittid many othern. ,
We CuaraiitiMt .Perfi-4-t I'ltllnu (iumietiM
(Vtme Iji tutil Hi' Our Hnuiplr
The ruunagor of thU great rollg
onu week I ban hied hliuMf off to fxltt
mountain ranch for the wiek. tnkliig
IiIh two younger daughtern along.
The man will all be durn glad to have
him home again.
He Prepared For Vacatlo.i HIm
"Here's a Friendly Tip
the. Good Judge
I. gh school. U a brother of tho, 0 10 11 19 TVTiavf I
. IJ ? llughoH. pantor of tho Ideal; ylU J. JL lNtJAUj
it run church. I
J ,1 McDnde. of tho firm of Mc
u r mid HlggH, came up from Denlo
w.th hi partner, J. W. IHgg on
T J MncDonalrt and fnmlly ro
turned home Monday night on Wrriy'H
Htuge They had been In Portland
for ie youngnter'n heolth. which
was Improved considerable by the
atti ntlon It received whllo away.
Ti e h ghway contractorn aro look
mr for means of transporting u
itenia Bhovel weighing 17 tons or
more from Crano to tho gravel pit. It
h understood active work on con
Jlru Hon will begin early next Week.
Mm, A. Durchtorf. of Daker, U
Tioltlnc her sister, Mrn. H. 8. Hukm.
at the PresbytofUn aaanne. Mre.
Hu-chtorf wan formerly a resident of
llurna, where nhe married Dr. Hnrch
lorf, ut present practicing dentUJry
at linker, which baa been their home
for Home nluetcen years.
i In tmother column of thU Ihhiio
will be found tho advertlHeiiieut of
1 .ho Malheur county fair, to be held
; September 9th to 12th. Malheur
i county evidently )iuh a good card thin
i year, If we aro to Judge from the
advertlHlng Hunt out. The manage
ment Ih trying to put on nil the new
wrlukloH, airplane HtuntH, etc,
Bluce Harney county has no fair of
Its own this year, It Ih expected a
number of our cltlzeiiM will attend,
dunning races, harness raccm, roping
md bulldogglng, buckaroo stufT, and
motor cycle races are some of tho
stunts In addition to thoso mentioned.
Enough to make anybody waut to go.
In 1 1 mo. of courno, we will be able
to jump out of bed In the morning,
hop Into our aircraft, Hhoot over to
Loudon oud say "good morning,
King," and thou Hklp back home In
ll-e f-r l-reakfUHt Yep, moving
some these dull duys,
iroliiK Old Itcfort' Your Time
Kldnoy trouble tends to "slow up"
men and women In middle life and
thoy fear oncoming old ago when It Is
only tho kidneys that are tho fault.
Foley's Kldnoy rills assist Nature to
restoro a soand, healthy condition
and to banish backache, soreness,
lameueu and stiffness, puffy eye and
other symptoms. Bold everywhere.
BE A LEADER
Animmre problem in re construction confront the jprt4wt ijetlon,
Are you doing your uimot to prepww m m i
Save Your Eyes
IOyc Htmin cuuhch headaches,
iiervouHneKM and other trou
bles. I fit kUhjch accurately
All Work Guaranteed.
OKe wltk Dr. B. V, Smith
" jm. I
Oregon Agricultural College
. v in mm
Three rcguUir terms Fall term begin scp:empcr ,
THE REQWTKAR. 0rSQA AkuHuiI CoH. Ca vUa
i jm' "', "fTT. e'l"'
('hango of food und water Homo-
tlmim cauncH ludlgeHllon that leads
lo sick hcndachoH, blllouHiieHn, bloat
ing, sour Htomach, gas, bail breath
and coated tongue. Koloy'H Cathartic
Tablets should bo In nvery traveler's
grip. They act without pain, griping
or nausea, They are u fluo and whole
Men vtho know tobacco,
chew the best wkhout its
costing them any more.
They take a little chew and
it's arrrnzing how the good
taste stays in u rich, high
grade chewing tobacco.
For lasting tobacco satis
faction, therc'u nothing
like a small chew of, that
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
puJ: uj) in turn jtyks
RIGHT CUT is .1 short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT k a. kuig fine-cut tobacco
Don't Hurry Your
r They are all stocked with high-grade, speak-for-
HASTE MAKES WASTE, AND
a good supper on the table is worth two in our store,
y So ti;ck some of our groceries under your arm and set .
k ( the whole family smacking their lips'.
W talce LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager