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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1919)
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m vm w ju jy w . . . ill
sic witn a
h&'X'Xlte fcvhich Imsearno.l OTnmcy owr all Mm. It play, the latct music witiotl
in. munun.. on mints in a full Ja..z Hand. tNMplioiio, Ukolelc ami Banjo art- itmuiletl with startling tlmilhfulnees: -,''-'
m ki u bfl.or w - w v ill
-MC&. in it . . 'm
7ne himkona Plover Pinnn
!. ll iknl ntui l!im in.. K rp. i 1 ...i. .. . . .
,a uiu uui u. iu uioso wiio porter tuo classics or oltl time ballitcls, it gives a faithful
mi? i for,irs thr kylo of Wo. To both young and old it ia an unfniling center of oajoynwnt No
Ziment bViiwuK W oclu,l'Pocl your homo may bo there ig'an incompleteness, n chink unfilled, until -this vmtiilt in-
m aSPiP? NO f is a life long-compnnion. With moderate care it should Inst & lio time. THE EUPHONA PLAYER
PIANO ttas twenty enthusiastic owners in Harney County MODERATELY PRICED REASONABLE TERMS
The iley B. Allen Company.
J. FELLOWS, Eastern Oregon Rtpresentatir at Burns
.. i AND I'KKHON'Ah.
JAHUI. ,fJ IlUK)!mi4
Mr. A. C. WXromfl arrived homo Mr. irtd Mr, r. r. parkar. mum.
Hund.iv from l'ortUnd lit company pnnud by thtdr nlee. mimh Alberta
8tMr the -i -ml .t.nii ii.. k w,th lh0 ierdou. Rft-r short
w as In towu for few
"ni wenk. I vacation vlnlt In the metropolis.
i ciMrivy Miller of llul 1. U, 8. Co.,
.tupMl WM dawH from was n umduet- vlaltor Tliuredav. , iMIwi IWI ICIlla fooe over lo illrer
i r,,..k yMMrdnr. ; R Jf e,tk I hi. mk U l.o In reiiilli.aat lo
l ii n Uad Imr toHella ami uiutiiitaln much Tliurnduv. uon teaclilng the Mlmol there next
'( r moved T Urn. Suuriiiaii
' tincr .
k ,tl Ilrjitet lnt wook.
Mr tln-w Irwin wrltoii her htit
litul t .i' (din hait purchiiHed n nlco
ijuH In Kikor whert' hIii? nnd tho
vMMron ttttentl iiiukliiK tholr homo.
J V lit). Imiinii war in town IIiIm KrnnddiuiKhturrt,
tMk Iuvihk ' Oino In when ho found JoshIo Shonnrd.
!ioii It1' had to underKO nn otmru-
tiin fur .iPI -mlU-ltln. j. u jt,llkll(, umt h H0,
s J n-i-.m. non of A. J. Johnson. Thou. Jonklim, wero In from
i.iui.) oniric Mi'KliutlH hnd hor
tonsils nnd iiduiinldH miuovcd Tliiiri-' t A. llrlttliiKhnni and family ar
day uy I)rs. Huiirmaii and Ilrunot. j rlvod homo Hunday ovonln rrom an
Wnlter rrn.- u-n. ,iu... r, xtnd!d vlMlt to Wlllnmulto VnlSoy
Creole aunday. accompaulod by his vIhIHiik at Mr. llrlttlnKham'H
MIshoii Cora and
t Sin ' v underwent an operation lountain shuoii ranch Mon-
I it ls of Dm. Snurmnn and day. Mr. Jonklns reports hottur hay
former homo near Lebanon, and other
places of Interest, Tho Journey was
iiitule In their oar and at easy ntaRes,
stoppliiK frequently nt places or luler
ost. Mr. llrlttliiKhaui stated that ho
had novor seen tho Willamette Valley
lm H I "I III I I I I iHM ' W i 1MB I I..IIMI IIIIUMIIII" II 1 1 I Mil II.1 I I.. ' m I. la. I I llll MM I .1 III. .11 '
II mL .... I ... tr, .1 , 1. . . niii.Mi.M,.,.iM.i..iMj.'T-.. .- ...- ... . , . , . ,r
hi mbi niiu ij.i u i j irr, i.-ii i uvnuii; pi
for I'alslei' where Ihcywtll vUH with
. Ji. Parker and family ami other
relatives rur a short time.
Junnlta 8I0011111. tlaiiKhter of
Slncum. formerly 11 hlacksmlth 11--ttoclated
with V. W. Urlukwatur In
this city Is attain In towu. having re
turned from WauhliiKdiii where they
had boon resldluj:. Mr. Slocum died
lust fall from an attack ot liifluouza.
When the history of tho vanished
frontier, so pregnant ot perils and
plcturesiiuo characters which confron
ted tho pioneers In tholr march to
ward the stiiiHot laud In tho days of
Kohl, finally Is written It will ho In
evitable that tho virile Western
look better as the Kralu. fruit, and
r l.iy morning. cro,M i 1.1- ...dehlmrlinml l.ui ..i nllVrons. In fact were the b.t.t fur I chnraiterliitlous of William B. Hart
I, i Miller came In from Uto raiiKe was becomliiK very dry and I years.. They returned by way of M,l"u '"-'"Iso a powerful lufluenco
rorthuid and over tho Columbia
I HkIi way. kIvIiii; them an opportun
ity of vlewliiK tho uiiiKiilflceiil scen
ery of that route, as they went down
over the mountains.
'.en i-'T KkII the other day that fall rains were necessary to
ni I v muK wiio iriuiius m mis keep stock In right condition to enter
ty f r.i h. rt time. thu w,UjPt
Mr J 'ie Fay was In from her'
jn '' I 'w-n this city und Laweu Word was roceived the other day
mil.,: M,-k to have Dr. Smith that Frank P. Oowan Is aalu In
" in r "umIIs. private llfo, havliiK received his ills-
'charjio from tho army on the 20th
tp. t i i ...... i.t. ..ii ...i.i .1 .. i .. 1. 1 .... . . ..... . . ak
.in. . ii. .ii... vi. i i,ini nt enicruo inu employ or ine iiureau
ubv I i moved down from tho f public HoiuIh tho folloMiif; day
Fmlitru' reek dairy farm and will unt jH ow iloned at OriIuii. lie
stum- I" .r town resldonco ilurliiB jm,i previously taken tho civil service
6e,,, ' " r exnmlnatlon had filled himself for
He r kwoll was hero durl..K1HUl,h a ,,08,Uon
he k Me rame In on other bust- . ,
i Inn Hi.,,!, finilliiL' until., vurv fat A mnrruiKO license was ishiikii eu-
ittlJ Z Mi ,ns rlnL ndsnl, ,,0H,lu" ('om,,' Cl"rk ,a,,0,, 10
.J If . . . . ! "? A '.?... Uhabl1 I.l)yl U Sherburn and Mlsii l)njsy
upon tho historian. Fotv keenness
of conception, ami lldellty to truth,
these Impersonations are unrivalled,
anil they are rapidly heromliiK a
standard upon which tho popular
estimate of these characters may bo
Tin- Ideal l.ttdiii" Tnllorltijr Company's
Wonderful New Fall and Winter Line of
Tailored Suits, Coals and Skirts
aro here In those
New Woolens an
SII.VKIt TII'PKH ItOI.IVIA
pkach ih.oom nt'virrv.v
Kihvint toni: TiticoTixi:
ti.n'.mkiioni-: (ji.oth '
nml many others.
We (,'iiai nntce Perfect Fitting (.'iinncntM
Come In and See Our Samples
ty of bu ii some of them.
Douelr. These youiiKi people reside
Ar h (. t.on was In to see us the' I" lio Dnnlo country, tho bride IioIiik
'her 'l v He is now ono of the daiiKhter of Mrs. Doll UefeniuiUKh.
tDvirT , trapper nnd his -ork w'" l,n, resided In that neighborhood
'i liti , t over the country. At r years. Tin I lines-iieriiid is not
, - " ' in the Van section. Informod as to when the Important
event Is to take place hut wishes to
Vr I .1 Jnklsch wns In town extend host wishes.
' it i .ik some shoimlui: nnd -
, I truthfully based.
i r? r r.i.nds. Sim Informed a
" " i in- paper that It Is her
M i i-.n-h In Crane this yoar.
'''( H .i Krv" Smylh was over for
i few da- t 'i it wook. Ho stated they
rni Jj ' trmpletful hayliiK nn tho
-Ve 1 i,i had a very K'1 Top
il the ifu.ility this year Is above
Mr and Mrs Homer Reed and tholr
nttlo ilnuKhter Itoselle nrrlvod homo
wedncailay form their vacation trip
hlch look them to Portland, tho
ahore a.i other points of Interost.
ne idt't- daiiKhter camo homo feel
K '.'I. r :ck but Is Improving.
Save Your Eyes
Mr Mrs Waltor Cross and
r M.f.rt wore down from
' f. ek homo Wednesday
uid (tuartora for Mrs.
MUsea Corn and Jessie
' " ipy for the coining
III!;, arrived home
.hi it i iiort visit to her
' I'rflriueli. fcttia was ac
b' r iv turn by hor alster
. Mub. r. who will visit
lor a i line.
. v ,r ma Wiley 11.
.'d lp ton-it 'ruaithjy
" -nt "fur .1 couple of
v l.! h time he Vlslte l
p.irt of thla ooun'y.
va i a (l want as f r
! rn -ioU
ne ' U reKlgaad llll
(lat'tii ( ashler of
'in y :.'.i ioiiuI Dank
A .1 ; i ir. fa the
Pt i !1 " . vliero he
li.iu ( 'a in the car
All , irleirds, Mr.
r!y liK'd io Pendle-
l i t 4. a bunk there
' Uy. lie has always
rot urn to Pendlolon
ii i. opportunity of f?o
u.iM for hlmsolf hellovo
' r opportunities than tho
Hi liKinv frlomlii in I lily .oin-
nu"1' ''I h him wall In llle now bus-.
" v. nt urn. Mra, MoKlnnoy and
tho hey, vu-til ronmln hero for n wh!lo
before Joining him.
Eye Hlrain causes heatlaclicH,
ncrvotiHncRs and other trou
bles. I fit kIuhmph tiocuratejy
All Work Guaranteed.
Office with Dr. II. I Smith
of llakery (,'immN
from the best bakery
hi town. Our pant,
lien are always dell
cate dainties of Hie
oven Mhlch cannot
be surpassed any
uheie. IVresli bread dally
vtltli that home like
material In t h e
doiiKh and the illit
bake on the Inside
Leave jour order for
cakes or other spec
ialties, And do not ferret to
remember that It Is
cheaper and much
more convenient to
buy )our bakery
Koodi In this warm
weather than to cook
DON'T BELIEVE IT!
If you Arc told that the Tenth Annual Malheur County Fair will be
"THE BEST YET," but come and sec for yourself.
WE CAN PROVE IT
LIBERAL PREMIUMS assure a generous
display of exhibits
LARGE PURSES guarantee the pick of
OPEN HOUSE warrants the largest
It r :
E A LEADER
toll iiiiiithtJf Mil in iV .o-.i .lily JJ,i4t lift 41 Mliv 4Hn" -lit
An immdnW problem in reconstruction confronts ilic present iienerntion.
Arc you doinj; your utmost to prepare to lead in its solution?
Oregon Agricultural College
Ti.im ,if Itulnttiip in I he luJumifi nikl jnof.nn n. foll.,wf
IIOMK ECOriOMlC5 AORICUI.TURK. COMMl'-RCK. I.OHH8THV. I'llAUM ACY. MUSIC.
VOCATIONAL, IiDUCAlloN. CIVIL UNO 1 1 'Ba KINO, laiiCTICKAU KNQINUIiKINO.
MKCHANICM. llMOINKItXINO, CHBMICAL KNOINKBRINO, niuaTBIAL ARTS,
MIMJNO irNOINBKIUNQ. LOOQINU UNOINBBRINO, MILITARY aCIBHCE
Thr CHnt IHU liKludti cwifici In KiulUh. Bf iomle. Ait, MalhcmBlict, MiJf n Lnugtt,
Pliytl UdutMUin, ln4uiiriul JwJnllim, Hmuitl Sdcmci, ik! till (Mol). U An cdmnlion.
Tlirce regular termsFail term bcins September 22, 1919
l4terAW I S IHi i 1 1 it
V 7S JBCil MJHWWFMMMTiIMnWMl.
I'or Collme CdIoIok. IlljilratrU Hw.klfl nd cift lnfom(ion Aiiu
Ttllt IICOIUTRAII, Oregon Aunculluul College. Corvillit
YOU WILL SEE
Tho beat collection of horses,
cattle, shoep, swine and poultry.
The host variety and grade ot
fruits, grains and vegetables
The finest assortment of Fine
Arts, broads, canned goods and
YOU WILL WITNESS
Flying by ono of America's
Hulldogging and roping by the
country's best cowboys
Running races by horses within
half a second of tho World's
'THE WAIU F FAIRS
M, H. Tifnny., President
F. Leslie Body., Secretary