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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1919)
THI TIKII-IIRAt 9 g H N i, O B O If
WRITER OFFERS COURSE
ON FARM ADVERTISING
ytkt ami Methods of Using Home Paper
. tt Sell Surplus Produce Announced
fer Farmers Week.
A abort couro nit uliig the homu
noWHimpcr to boIJ tuirpliiH form pro
luco will lie ofrorod farutorn attend
ing far morn wook at tho college, Deo.
l!9, Jan. :i, by C. J. Molntoah, farmor,
farm writer and ox-muvapiiiwr man.
"I have known farmiM'H to liny n
local rommlNHlon man $.0 to lt 100 ;
tons of alfalfa at $20 a ton, whon 1
thuy could liavo Hold It liy paying tho
editor a dollar," mud Mr. McIutoBh
In tiiinounclng tho coitrno, "Thoy
could then liavo kept tho oxtrn MO,
credited it to tlio buyer or split It
with lil in. I naked why not udvor
(Ihu and poll dlroot, and thoy mild,
'Why, 1 novor thought of It."
"Not only tho advantage hut tho
method of lining tho homo paper will
ho coiiHlderod. Tho huccohh of tho
ndvcrtlwoinoiit dcponilH on tho faetH
Kulcctod for announcement, tho form
In which they aro Mated, and tho
reputation of tho ndverlnor. All of
these except tho hint will ho ex
plained and no far na poatdhlo demon
Htrntcd, Specimen iidvortlHoinontB that hnvo
been biifdncss-gottorH with reHUltH arc
-wanted for thin courtto.
Using tho homo promt In not only
profitable hutdncsB but Hound public
policy an well, Mr. MclntoMi annerlH.
Thoao papern help farm production
by running many a farm ntory that
enabled tho farmer to InrrctiHo or
iirotcct bin cropn, nud aro fairly en
titled to a Hharo of thu paid iiowh
Editors generally like to run nn
nawn Itemn farm stories of unusual
yield, odd und Interesting farm hap
penlngn and rommunltly otitorprlnes,
and tho courito will show how thin
matter may bo handled to mutual ad
Tho Idea la to attract tho real homo
Tho plan nliould bo In operation by
iiprlug, llanley mtytt. tin Is In Port
land from his llaruoy county ranch,
"HA(iH CM'1 OUHdON"
1 Ittnloy'H famotiH ranch near Hurnn
ban long boon tho favorltn stamping
ground of wrltorn of 'Mellon doullng
with tho Wont, and of tho countless
frlondn tho "Hugo of Central Oregon"
linn throughout tho country, Huuday
Of 'eourso, ovoryhody longs for
pence and tranquility In thu U, H. A.
And, likewise, everybody wants tho
other follow to ho tho one who Is lint-
toned out by tho hIoiiiu roller of In
HAK OK OltKCON"
TO HKI.P l-'Alt.MCItS
"Hill" Hniilry HnjN He Can't Hold
1miu Korerer, Ko Will Vkc U
to Aid Hnmll Producer
Not a Patent Medicine Ad.
The labor unrest ban bit Tho T.-H.
lloitrn eight to five now.
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Vnloss tho paper In Into, then Its
eight till onu--ls done.
Homebody ntolo our axe.
No white man doeon ntich thltign In
Wo advocato railing the Indian
enmp tho "City of Lout Axon."
Or will lead an Investigating com
mittee In Honrch of tho Lont.
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(Miummy little lad, Kins 13. Kldo
nK1" Will eventually roplaro Mr. Paid
. Locals, who In a relict of tho dark
Mobbo wo would find tho Supremo I""" n"l!1.,h"1!,,.MU w'""! ,;Ivrlo-
Court Irrlgatlo ndlHtrlct mandate out-"'""" " ' " ':'"
Tho soerotury wan present.
All, that club noodii In noma mom
burn at ineetingM.
Kr wore YOU thoro?
To avoid any possibility of tho
iiun'n bright rayn fading tho Croon
In tho tnntohloHii nlmdo of thin Klbbon
wo cheerfully request our renders to
perMUo thin column by lamplight.
And to not lot any polltlalaun turn
red with envy at our comiummato
nl 111 in handling loading problems of
Hpoaklng of the sun's bright rayn,
have you noticed the glorluiin sun
wotii of the pant week?
Ohlwuivn'l thoy iMtKTTVI
Tho nun nort or "nnoakn up moru
lugri hnforo thu ltlbbou getn tho nleep
ruhbud out of Its eyes.
Milt wo nro riirloun itboul tho glory
of tho sunrise, will hoiiio lending
IiiihIiiohh Iioiiho offer a prize for tho
bent essay on "Tho Htiiirlso in
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change will hereafter bo adopted
in thin column. Wo liavo learned
that II. C. L. In often misunderstood
by tho mora orudlttj, and will line II.
C. K. very thing until further notice
Wo nlo wnaut to Introduce u now
brother of thin column.
Mr. Ktann K. Flilo will make bin
debut in tho very near future, per
hiipt thin very Innuo.
"More Good Than
All o f the Rest"
This Is What Farmer Says of
Tanlac Gains IS Pounds;
Had Suffered 25 Years.
Ladies' Monogram Stationary Her
-x x -
for nil the
x x -
Tho Cheerful Idiot ban boon rocnl
led from I'ondlotou.
(lOver notice how that word "rn
railed" neudn cold chllln along tho
olltcoholdor'H nplno? Whou ho Isn't
doing his Dlt? Or is doing It one
sided?) x x
Tim f I. U'iihm'I ri'i'nllitil nultit tlint
Men without money can own n way. No. He returnnf ull of youth
farm In Hastorn Oregon. They can rut vim find vigor, expecting to bo
go to work at onto and raise stock ( comu a big help In life.
and grain without worrying about , . x x
heavy poynientn. big interest and it,, declared this morning In on
lack of ciilpiiietit. If tho hopo of Interview with n ronrosoiilatlvo of
IJIII" Hanley Is realized. this welcome-weoklv -visitor thittl
Tlnmo old boys must have been op
pressed with tho weight of tho men
sggeth ey were "called" to deliver
to th public. Used to use a perfectly
good halt page supporting tho argu
ment that tholr vocabularies con
tained a few words of more than two
syllables which Is all they did prove
and to make up tho deficit In news,
scattered advertising In tho nown rol
iiiunn and on the front page.
When wo got no big and strong
that our valuable mesnago usen a half
page weekly, we'll ntrong-arm our
way onto tho front page, where read
ers can find the most Important thing
I'OIt 8ALH One perfectly good
William llanlev. Central Orccrin; chrome, entitled. "Oh, What In This
i . t . I it f .,
rancher, laud owner and humanltn
rain, Saturday announced li Ih deter
mination to cut thousands of acres
into small farmn for sale to men who
seek homes of their own and n chance
Hanloy outlined bis scheme
he dun In tint furl Hint Im wn (audit 1'owor liavo uvor oiiieu.
to put his right Hhou on flrnt eoch I '"r unfrnincd,
morning, an unciiunllod method of; . -x -x
bavlnir thine no rldit all dav. Tho llltlo gob of goodiiesH ban re
x x 1 turned, Oh!
"I have null worrying about Irrl
iriitlnii." im'lnlmcil the 11. I. an Knnn
"I can't hold thin land forever," ho, as ho saw .tho Ribbon reporter on
Id. "I want to soo It put to uso, and , tho horlion. "My solo Intorout in
life hereafter will bo to see that my
right shoo In on flrnt. I'vu learned
I'm going to help tho small man gut a
TO KNroriLMJK SMALL l-.Mt.MKH
"Hmnll farmers aro too hard pushed.
Thoy need encoiiragemont. Most
tlmcn thoy don't get It. That'n why
thoro aren't more small farmers. I
don't know just how I'm going to
handle my now plan, but it soon will
Long time payment a part of
Tho Into mall was a day late thin
week. No mall Friday morning, in
stead of Thursday, which wan getting
that If wo Just quit worrying Irriga
tion In bound to como." '
x x I
Nothing wnn said about tho Valley
people sticking together,
or an working ror the sumo object.
Which would lnnd nnn In hellnvii
Hanlcy's nlan. Low Interest will m n.ni ti.
charged, alfalfa will bo planted, Irrl-'to fato, and tho fact that nn old dog!
Kation ounces ana iniorais win Da rnn't ho taught new tricks.
finished to each unit, und buildings, x x
fences und Implements minnllcd. nn Tim wonWlv m..ilnir nt n iinrnU
each nowcornor stops on his ground. Commercial club enjoyed Itn usual
"You may know that Tunlao In do
ing mo n lot of good or I wouldn't
hnvo comu nonrly twenty miles to got
these throe bottles I am buying now,
"tiald flamual Macon, u well known
and prosporouti farmor who liven at
Ilorlng, Oregon, while In tho Owl
Urug ntoro In Portland tho other day.
"I have been trying for twenty flvo
long years to find a medicine or treat
ment that would overcome my
troubles," ho ctfittluued, "and Taulnc
Is the only thing that ban over done
mo any good at all. During all those
yearn I milfered torrlbly from rheuma
tism In my hack, and there wore times
when 1 wan In hiicIi bad condition
that I couldn't turn over in bed, and
lifter sitting down for a llttlo while I
could .hardly got up again. My kid'
ueyu bothered mo a great deal, too,
ami I would often have to got up four
or flvo limes during tho Ight, nud the
pains In my back were no novoro that
I rarely uvor got any nleep. My ap
petite wan very poor, and what llttlo
I did force myself to eat would give
mo IndlgOHtlon In tho worst way, I
lost a lot It) weight and finally got so
weak and rundown that I coil Id
hardly stand on my feet.
"Then I heard about Tnnlnc
through my daughter who had beuu
greatly benefited by Inking It. In
fact, she was no pleased with 'ianliic
that she bought mo a bottlo of It and
told mo that she thought It was the
very lilug I needed. Well, sir, I bognu
way before I had finished that first
to feel stronger and better in every
bottle. 1 have taken three ootthri no
far, anil I eat so much Hint I actually
gut ashamed of myself somellnieh.
What I eat agrees with me, too, and I
never have n sign of ludlguMlon now,
I have gained fifteen pounds in
weight, and feel like a dlff'Tcn' man
nltor,"thcr. The pains ha l-ft v v
I..K I , mid my kldnevx seem to be 'n
flrnt class condition, and 1 niunr haw;
to get up during tho night ,Uiv more.
I nm also free from rhetimutl-m mil
In fact, I feel belter in ovcry way
than I have for muiiy yearn. I toll
you, this Taulnc Is a good medicine,
nnd has done me more good than all
the rest of tho medicine put together
I have taken during the last twenty-
five years, and I think that Is saying
a good deal."
Taulae In sold In Hums by Rood
llros. and In Crauo by Vale Trading
O ' '
WIHH AND OTII Kit WISH
WJB IIAVK A
Do you know what It tnoana to llvo up to a reputation f
Wo know know that It means constant vigilance loot wo pcrt
tho QUALITY of our wares to bo lowered.
It nhio means unvarying courtosy nnd attontlon to inch iej
ovory customer. -i
Whon you trado with thin great Family Sloro you nro attntti
or mono two nuvniungcn prouxuon nuu service.
IJVIJKYTIIINO I'OIt THU FAMILY, AND ALL DKI'KXIMDlk I
Wo solicit your cuntotn with thin gunruutou.
Brown 's Satisfactory Slor
liuniH, : : : : Orcm
Wc carry goods ailveillscd on the "Homo Products l'no"
Will SOMETHING HappeJ
to make you rich !
A rich undo may lio nnd leave .you a roll, M
few rich iinclos havo Uiih habit.
If. you got rich, tho chancon are ,yo will firs
lia vo to Ha vo onotigh inonor in order to make a
inroHtinont tliat will pa.y.
Thoro aro plont.y of invoHtniontH for them
willi a littlo ready oash.
Bui, ii, in up to you to nave oash. Tlio taffl
polioy ik to dopoBita portion of your Hillary.
A Hank is hotter than a holo in your pockt
througli which your money can Hlip mviy .
Make our Mank YOl'U Hunk.
CRANE STATE BANK
The wise man permits others to
Judge as to his worth. Tho fool ap
praises his own,
Life, to many. of us, is Just one
harrowing dream of what is going to
bat us next.
If you would servo as an example
to others, you must soo that no one
forges ahead of tho example.
Pennv ante In nut of thu rtinnlnn
No self respecting person wants to
demean himself by flipping such
Wm. Farrc Burns, Oregon
Practice Hcforc U. S. Land Office and the
Department at Washington, D. C.
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