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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
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H The, Ur'geat Circulation Of Any
Newipnpcr In Harney County,
One Ycor J.00
Otoe Month. .... ....... .71
' Saturday, October art, into.
Tho UIuo Mountain Has'o In It
ItiUSiO or October 17th. term n
"sheer roollHlinoHH" tho appeal ot lit"
Oregon Statu Chamber of Uomutcrcu
for mi appropriation by (Irani Comt
of $1000.00, to bo used for i cam
paign fund to ndvorllHu Oregon.
Tho position of tho paper us an nd
vortlslug medium In ttutonnhto.
not Grant County Its natural rnseour
con of tliubor anil mlliornb; Int.. It
not Uh Magonu lalto, onu of tho nit
urulrwondors of Oregon anil a norm
for all spoilsmen; tin Htruwborry
lithe, a beautiful body of wntor locat
eil ut tho foot of over snow-clad
struwburrv Mountain, otto of the
lilghust peaks In Kastorn Oregon: lt
Ditto Mountain Hot Springs, one of
the ntoHt attraetlvo HUtmnor resorts;
its futnouH John Pay Valley; Uh rlv
i.rd with .icnoALilbte cnmnlnir nlaccs:
Its beautiful Canyon Creok, tho deep-
pt uorce. throuch tho unto ninuu
talus; Uh splendid Malting in hikus
mill uiri.'iniN! Itu mountains with
gatnu birds, deer, bear, cougar, faxes,
martens, beaver and oilier aiiimuis.
u'ini t 11 iifirnillKii for tho tottrl.tl
from tho east ami nilildlo west. No
National Park Iiiih anything super
lor to offer.
Several hundred IhoiiHaud doltara
aro now heliiR expended on road Jn
('.rant County leading from centers of
population to connect with tho Incom
parable, Columbia Klvor Highway.
What benefit can bo expected there
from If people of wealth nod leisure
are not Invited' to travel ovor your
good roadH, flHh In your lakes and
streams, bathe In your hot sprlnga.
ruvol In your scenic boauty, uucovtr
your mineral wealth ami upend their
money with your merchants?
OOOO WOHDS AND HAI
Often a Rood reputation Is serious
ly Impaired by a careless word or
two said hi Jest mid repeated thought
les'iieH. It Is tho sumo In thU com
munity iih In all others.
Men and women can not Ritard too
M-oll their toiiRiies In this respect. It
Is not good that our cltlr.ens be con
ctantly t;xi)o:ied to the Impairment of
their L'ood names because some other
person, hi u moment of thoughtless
iickh or In a spirit of vlndlctlvonoss,
makes iiuestloiiahlo allusions to them
without tho facts to substantiate such
Wo are all interested In this town
and lh surrounding territory. V
want to bo It grow, and thrive, and
blossom with rtrosporlty. We want
to see It it modol community.
Hut It will never bo other than Just
what wo. of tho community mn'ke It.
T( we Insist on constantly linntmor
lug each other, wo can only expect a
buttered wreck a:i tho result.
Hut If wu remember that In all
people there Is some good, and look
. to and speak of tho best In life rather
than the wort. It will have u wonder
(ully beiHfiklul ruault.
If each of us will Muarcb out lila
own faults, null correct them, wo will
be" doing iuite as much as tho Lord
expuGta of us individually.
If a stou must bo cast, withhold
your arm. Let tho 'constituted ollte
lals bundle tho case. It In better
than uu Indiscriminate Hhow'or of
missiles, whether they be Verbal or
This Is OUU town.
I .ot uh UOOST, and not shovu.
THE AUTUMN FLY -i
Very few liouseflleH lllvo throtiBh
the winter. Swurma of them seek
worm places ua summer wanes, and
the toughoHt and wisest of them crawl
into protected nooks und cornera and
Others btux ubout In quarters that
mankind considerately heatH ror thorn
Hut In tho spring, tho fow surviv
ors aro not lonesome very long.
A fly doseu't know what aulcldo
joean.'i. A fow huudred holing up In
thu fall mean thousaadB by tioxt Hum
At any time, tho fly deserve hwuI
lug, but Just now u swat iu time obllt
J pefcta. '
trattw raaijy generations of X3E0
; If tho few fllea of autumn wero all
pGstroycd, tho fly problem would be
i 'SWAT! I
.MANY CHlXimEN VAVVtY
The home demonstration agent of
Clackamas county and Mrs, John Oaf
fnoy of Oregon City, who kept a
child nursery at the county fair, got
a nurse from tho congress of mothers
In Portland, two doctors and a den
tist, and conducted a clinic on 27 ol
the children loft lu their caro. Thoy
found more than halt tbo little peo
ple suffering from malnutrition, and
four flurglcal cases. A campaign to
find and apply remedied for this sit
uation has been planned by tho agont
' tho county child wolfaro commlttoo
of tho furm bureau, and MIsh LaaBlo
Lano, hpmo demonstration for Oro
gon at largo.
'VHInC Kclreiktsi as4 Misllsi
Tfis tsUM-Murlne for Red-
pets, sorensss, uranui
ol the Kvm or Eydkk;
kiu ik UotIm. MateriasL or w
Klcctrlfled thrashing has been added to the list of agricultural foaU. On tho farm of James .
Allison, near Statu Coaler, lu the electric motor furnished power to thresh 2G acres of heavy wheat.
It took five hours to dataVJeb, at k con I or about 80 cents an hour, or nbout 10 conta por load of whout.
The motor Is fastened on a portable truck and is used to furnish power for thresher, silo ftllor, feed
grinding, etc. The farmers living along electric lines running out from tho municipal plant at State
Center uso the 20 II. V. motor. Allison says' it furnishes better power, la .stupor and more convenient.
IJX-SKItVICi: .MUX TAKK
ciiAitoi: ok a. it. v, miivi:
Annual C.inipalKii for .Mmihrr (Vim
hit: Ih-rMpr ThU Wr Nov.
li to II, lat-.
(Continued from pago D
boards, teachers and even there aru
Instances where a dentist has -been
taken to tho rural schools to give his
professional attention to tho school
There had been n disposition upon
thu part of some to disband tho Chap
ter and forward the funds on hand to
headquarters. With such an oppor
tunity Tor public good there U no rea
son why we should send our money
etioiwhero when we havu it fluid of
our own whore It can be used to an
advautaKo. Our children i-liould
havu the benefit of this Horvlce. All
wo need Is a good secretary who can
,ind will devote time to looking after
jucli duties and for which pay b pro
vided; a chairman wno win uoxiru
wine time to the iieccuxary dctallj Id
.in exocuthe way a work for hum
anity that any man should ho willing
to Klve nrovldcd ho Is canahlo- ami
we have such melt and an uxofiitlvo
'oliuultlvu thut will devote no hour
or tw once n month oi oltettor If
ieco .urv, U consult with too oIIIcith
and advice nlth them. ,
II irney county has need of such nit
organization mid It should be ouilil
ercd n duty to perform such oltlces
von during pence for tho sake of
humanity. Wo did it during war
time, we can do It during tho time of
peace when we stop to consider what
-o owe our neighbors. Wu aro more
fortunate In Harney county hi regard
lo dependent famllb's or orhpans, but
there si a work here for tho Itud
Cross nud as nu educational Instltuto
t should go far toward aiding In the
matter of proper caro of children.
The annual uuMiibershlp drive of
the Hed Cross Is dated from Nov. ii
to 11 Inclusive this year. It wn
moved up from the usual ChrlM'iins
time when It looked necehsary to
jpeed up tho funds hi order to iimko
tiitnuM in,...t in Hurono. The iled
i-.-, I. ...I ili.rliiknii ti I riiinollilnilM
I , IfHB lit, H....V. ' "
arU over there and the funds were
iiimiil' tow. Fortiinatuly. bowever,
ihe government mude some vluable
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loiiaiions n iiiu uiniiiini"ii
which made It possible to carry for
ward tho work, one Item being a
.nllllou dollur's worth of surgical sup
plies. Nevertheless, after tho date of the
annual membership drive hud been
.lihlishod It was decided to go
through with it.
County Quota Roosevelt Memorial
Fund Less Than $250
To & Roosevelt Memorial AMeclatlon.
I herewith vubicrlbe the turn ef..................... -
to the Hoomvslt Mswosial Fuhp. ,
p Address n.
The above amount J inclosed
Accordlns to the plsn of the Roowvelt Memorial A-tocliitloiu the RiMxevr-lt
Memorial Fund of U.000.000.00 U to bo uMllird to rrect N-itNnl Mnnumei.t lit
WahlnKton, 1). C.l to nrqulre sail maintain a public park nt Oy-ter Hay, N. V.,
suit ultimately to Include Sagamore lllll. the Kooovelt home, thfreln, to be
preserved like Mount Vernuii oiul Unctiln'a homo at Mirliisfluldi nml to cmlovv
NaUuual Society to perpetuate the principle unit IdruU nt Iheodore Hpu,teklt.
Bach contributor to the fund will receive a certificate of menilnthlp In the
Hooevilt Memorial AutiKlntlon. A certificate will nlw ho Drr-rntcd to every
scliuol cunlributluc to the fund,
The name of every contributor will be placed on the llt of name dcpoalted
lu the NuUoual Uonuueul to be erected at Wiulilimtmi, I), C.
ill out and mail to E. H. CONSER, Treasurer. Burnt, Oregon
m m r i m rfwCw w'w Ajrft
Electric Motor for
HKi) citoHS .Minn's wkuxkhday.1
The annual meeting of llnrney
I County Chupter, American Hed Cross
will be held next Wednesday even
lug, Oct. 0, at the Commercial club
room for tho purpose of lieiirjnx ro
' norts of Committees, to elect a new
(board of directors und to dlcu.is lh '
future activity of the Chui ter. All
; Interested lu this Important work are
urged to bo rrnscUt and titko purt lu
NAS YOUR CLUI SET
ITS RED CROSS 0AY7
A scries of Ited Cross ctttb days"
aru to be heli In nil parts of the Culled
States during October. O'nttxes,
Church Hi.cletlus, lluslnes. C minor
clitl, llotary. Klwauls, AdverlUlug,
rratertml, Woman's and other clubs,
are being Invited to set aside a regular
meeting or it day for a special lunch
eon ul which plans will tie made for
aldlim tho Third Hed Cross lloll Cull,
to be held throughout the coiintr)
November 2 lo II.
The cltibs will call for volunteer
workers. Including prominent mem
hi-rs for speakers, In thu Interest of
enrolling members for the peace time
prouram of the Hed Cross. Many of
tho speakers on the war-time 'actlvl
ties of the Hed Cross will be former
service men and women who came In
contact with the Hud Cro:n on Hi.'
fluid of ttctius,
nmv ci.rii sKiVr.Vijtjix:.
''l o'tlmey-Ueny U. InloiVnetl a
w .leitrctao' foT'thv' llurn Cn.u
mere. al iiu,U U o.tUMJsl horo at onru
take up active (lutl'j In an oIOmI
c.t.bCiiy. ills it lie. Is Junes ami he
b.is thu recomii'OiK.iil i'ii ot vvri.il
promtnlueut men of thr ttt i'u id
lug Uovcrunr Olcott.
ItOOSIJVlM.T MKUMJtMl, lfM
CO.MIN7I IN TOO M.OW
K. II. CoiiKOof the l'lr-i N.itlou.il
Iiaitk Informs thu .;"- tht moiu
ing that the fund for t It Cot itojc
velt Memorial lire not coming in at
all encouraging rate. Iu fact not o e
ttil one-fifth nf tho idnta li.m cl
teiH'licd him and uul u short k !j
tt tor thu drle
!li Liiey couny shouli. inln- Ita
'iuoI.i without fall. It It simply neg
Ivl upon tho p'irl.of cltlreus who
retllv wunt to glvi to this I'uud.
t ol nusy, you' ,eoilo w'io know It
Is l.lie thlug to do.
'.u 'm ." '. . o k m q ft w
10 Cenis a'Loaci
SEARCH FOR "IDEAL
Tho "Ideal baby," Hilly Dasacy
of llnmmonton, N. J for whom a
1 1 400 reward was offered after
ha disappeared from his homo la
tailored to hove been kidnaped.
I.lttlo Hilly was given tho title hi
x government baby teat.' Ono the
ory, points to a rejected suitor.
Mbo it Is jrald swore revenge ut
the time of llllly's mother's mar
rlugo Others think tho public
ity given tho child's pcrfet't phy
sical dovetopment resulted In the
kidnaping. Several such Instances
h.ivu boon recorded. When last
smii Illlly was playing about his
homo. Later his llltlo footprint
weio found leading lo n nearby
road. Two strange men wore seen
lu that territory previously and
Inter, lu a' doscrtud house near
surrounding Hwaiaps, froih ends
of broad worn round. A woman
claims to huvo heard a bahy'n
fretful cry coma from there. Thif
mother Is prostrated.
Mm . A 'jj
aaal aa jSH
The Spendless Wife
is the one who buys godS food for little money and
gets enough in the bargain to coyer to pilver which
t she spends
. , Remember our buying powtr enablMJ to offer you
the best on the market for the moat rean able price.
We tak LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
.in, 1 1 1 i ii i ifiyj
I OIIKGON'H CHANOK TO
ymtnMM land iikhk
.Judge Klni Hn'vJi Hint Can Obtain
yulek Action by (NMipenitlng
(Continued from pago 1)
of swamp Ami stump hinds, with
1 '"h'f-h Oregon Is bountifully supplied.
Thery must ha nbout 1,000.000 ttcrei
j or stump land In Oregon nlonu.
"In my opinion the rjatiruntee or
Interest on bonds for tin flrot years
I will probably give Oregon the first
rv ignition in tho uso or any ot loose
funds now boln consldeiedby con
gross, becntiso.or tho provltdon Tor co
operation botwoon stuto and govern
ment, , ,
"Tho Moudoll bill Is of ospoclnl
Intercut to tho soryleo mon, wheretiH
tho Chamborlnhi-Smlth bill gives
tfm soldiers a prereroiino, but does not
exclude others. That Important re
clamation legislation will ho- onuctod
by cougrcsn Is n certainty, but how
soon this matter will be tttkon caro
or no ono knows bocaune or Interest
being centered In tho league of na
tions, and nil other subjects are rele
gated to oycondnry position ror tho
time being." .
I'olltlc Tut IK'ltlnil
Although at one tlmo Judgo King"
was keenly Interested In politics, ho
says ho Is now complotnly out of
touch with things or thut sort. Judgo
King was democratic candidate ror
governor, has sought the democratic
nomination ror senator; came within
un aco or being appointed by Presi
dent Wilson to a cabinet position:
has been the democratic national
committeeman for Oregon; was man
ager for the northwestern end or the
country lu the flrrft Wilson campaign,
was appointed us uu associates Justice
on the Oregon supreme bench;' but
notwlthstniming that record, he de
clares that political matters no longer
occupy his attention. However, whpn
tho democratic national committer
held a meeting hi Chicago several
months ago, Judgu King was there
with a proxy ror the Hawaiian Is
lands. In his olllclnl capacity, Judge
King has un olllcu In the now post
otllce building lu Portland, but until
yesterday ho never saw It.
Judgo King Is on a business trip
and arrived In Portland from Holae,
where ho wns looking aftor legal
matters for tho reclamation servlco
lu that section. Tho Judgo still claims
Ontario, Or., lis his residence.
Mothers Club Mcels at
! Mrs. B. F. Smith Home
The Mothers club lust meeting was
held ut the home or Mrs, B. F. Smith,
with Mrs. O. N. Jameson n Joint
Plans were completed for a pump
kin plo supper ut the , llajloweon
dunce next .Saturday night, und ar
rangements mado to accomodate a
Further plans for u Christmas sate
early lu December wero discussed.
Details of thN event will bo published
The next meeting will be held on
October 30th ut the home of Mrs.
j - o--
, HOW A tUI.K tJI.CJt .MAY
, i:TKXD ITS I'.SKIVI.NKSH
! Why shouldn't a boys' and girls
calf club grow Into a men's and
women h cow club? tir, more im
mediately HtKMik'tig, ii larger boys'
mid clrls' calf eluhlar&r bovs and
girls, that Is, not larger club? Or.
! getting nearer the meal or tho milk
I of tho thing, why shouldn't thu
club boy or girl who raises a calk
milk that calf when ehu becomes n
cow, watch her development, keep a
set of books on her production, und,
In a small way, learn tho essentials
of dlClry farming, taking tho figures
to school and gutting thorn Interpre
ted, and Incidentally teaching "the
are up to-the-seaon stock' with price I which give '
youthechahcctoJenj6y ni. r? ..''.
A well set table three tirnea a: dayHif j stimulant
which nothintr can reDlace. . , . c 'A
nlrl mnn" ti nnWtflcie or iwn?
or another. mkdby oxports of'
nntwiif fttntli tit A er !imlf nrr 1 i
fitittullnn Mi i f f fi rm lii'fitilf K.I
ntil mrtl (ivliiitalitil U'Mi'li )
nay on the suhji t after a while.
.Miss OeneViOve Wolit lufortuj
lt..l mIki a linn ittt itll 1 It tt lil lr.hu i
liigit !iiooi iii uuiie, moiiMi.n
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tVUIHl .IUrilltMl ItlUKIIl IL(! I
grudo In the Hums public u hool,
will ho pleasantly roineiu eretf
many local voopw.
as well as
Kyc strain causes hwiduchw,
nervousness and other trou
hies. I fit glasses accunilelr
All Work Guaranteed.
Ottce with Dr. It. F. Smith
Oae man cut I S rvli I mtm, 31 cw4.
! Ges Aiywkcre Aiy Aril.
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