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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1919)
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J AUK TWO
r ii n t i m n s u n u a ii i . im u ?f s ,
II A K'JS' if V
. IN PEACE
In Mi n.i t't. ' .ill tli 1 ar'hlatio
tucondiiry propUK.ti.iU which 1
weeping the country llko u nrulrle
0r, one stroll rny of hoiio Htumls
out tilts t heaon llglit In tho mariner
Tht hope In the American Legion.
jVoo-polltlral, non-seetnrlun, com
falad of lirnva men from every city.
rUlf and hamlet or the nation
fctom tht farm. ths factories ami the
ffntlll room It ha adopted Tor
cnd a graat slogun AMKR
f C A N I M
tt win right the battles of lt coun
try In iteiifK. at It fought thf-m In war.
tt will Insist that America I; for
Americans and those who are loyal
4 American Institutions hiiiI trudl
ttoas. it will Insist that the congress anil
tlui government reaso temporising
yrl radicals whos ultimate alius
ro destruction a ml commercial ldr-aey.
It will Insist that law and order be
fcratorved, anil if the
foreman Says It
Saved His Life
iViahoney Never Expected to
Get Out of Bed Again
Now Back at Work.
Many wonderful endorsements havo
ixvuiL gSvon lanlue, lAit, the statement
made Octohor 9Ui hy James Mnhonoy,
of 22 East lfith St.. Los Angeles, Cal.,
is so remarkable ns to bs almost In-credlhlo.
ir. ttlahoney. however, is a man of
cou.vrv counr huijokt
To tho Taxpayers of Ilarnoy Counly:
Notlco Is hereby given thnl tho County Court of l.urno
fixed Monday, December 20, 1010, us the lime, and the CVurt T
Hums, Oregon, us tho lac where the estimate of nip oy pr
raised by tnxatlon f(,r tho enualnif yiMi", 10J0. may be dlr.cn' d
suld Counly Court, n'so, whon und where tiny t-liinyr:tlJft i
levy, when made, uhcll ho, heard for or aRii'nat any proposed tax li
Itemized catlmnlea of tho amount of monuy r i'""e' to
taxation for the ensuing year, 1920, by Hurnoy County, Orugon, ami l:
purpose for which the said money Is proposed to be exi .did. tr-v
Salary of County Judge, per dloni of Cdmmlsaloneta, e.. ; ? 2 ' '
Salary of BalllffH, reporter, Juror.4, wltnoftes. etc
lust Ice Court: f
Koch of Justifies, eon8tnhlos..,,Jiirors, wltnossos, ctc.
Salary of Sheriff and deputies, trarsllng and olllee expensos......
Clerk's Olllce: .KA
Salary of Clerk unrt flehntltfi, und olllce oxpenim G, 000. 00
Salary of Assessor nud ticpnttes and oftleu oxpanea..
'I rowMiirer's Olllrei
unquestioned integrity and has boeni , 'Hewiiier oiuroi ,,,,.
.oruu.au Mt the nicharrts-Naustndt Salary of Treuiiir-r and offl.w ex-penm - 1,800.00
Salary of School Suporliili ndont and oltlco oXpoilKcs 1,800.00
Ke' of Coronrr. jurors nnd witnesses.......-.
Salary of Stock Inspector
County Health Olllccr:
Closely following an Injury to my
constituted ouck. cuuaed by lifting some steul Inst
authorities arc Impotent to control July n year ago, my whole system
the situation It will add tho weight seemed to give way. My Btomach
of Us mighty arm. comm&nccd hurting me terribly and 1
The American Legion has a big' sufiered from gus nud Indtesgtlon.
(out and Is growing by leaps and There seemed to be a lump In my
bound.-. stomach and I could not cat a thing
The traitor nnd the disturber without Inlense pnln afterwards. My
should he wary, lest he be crushed appetite left me entirely and I got so
weak I could nut even lilt ten pounds.
Then 1 hecamu constipated und my
kidneys got out of order and disturb
ed ine so at night I could not sloop
'sound. I was In misery nil tho time
Convtructlon Co. ten yours. Ills
.icigliuors have corobornted his re
markable statement. lit overy detail
nud will do so again if called upon.
It was being tnlked among my
friends," said Mr. Mnhonoy, "that 1
una irnhifr In din ntul 1 (lnn't bnllnVn
llV.tliil illIIP llllfl fl Ttl mil i-iiwnr mil. I Salary of Health Olllccr
" ... I ltl..iM.i U..,l.,.i i.f tt'iiliililu iiiiil liinuiiins
iritirii:i miu u ni i,ur Mini ,fn.ioiu
uudur the tread of Its Iron heel
Progress in Harney
I; beh,g margVtnTw XZkl whrt" o,u: hundred and! j,SD,en
ff lh?..ol"J 'J.? Sr!r ...riv-! t I Advertising, confuted with Cliamlwr of t'ointneroe
Ilnrney County's pro rata share of oxponses
Allowance on account of Widows pension law.............. w......... ......
County Cliarges: '
Hospital charges, trunnportntlou, supplies, burials, etc....-
Salary of Janitor, lights, fuel, euro of ground, ctc.....
Hoard of Prisoners, Jailors fees etc .......................w......
Ito'uiid of taxes.
HegUirHtlon nnd Klotitlnn.
and so weak I could not lift my feet) ?". w, rt A"m,,1U " " 1 jcnnn
to go up the slps. I could ,ml -Uidlt of County UeeorUs 460.00
f.. ii.- ,.i 1., mVt Advertising dellmiuenl (axes 100.00
""' I'" ' !-.. ,. .. Jl.
these troubles a'"r rti'T. pr mrui ffinmi..
aMarant that success has at last If mere was ever a living saeieion i
owned the effort and that sub- was. l could hear my friends, who
itftitlail development Is going to re-. came In to see we, say. "l'oor Jim, ho
gU. ran t last much longer,' und 1 had no
' No doubt there nre still some who hope myself of ever getting up. In
Will deery the effort of the men who, spite of all that could bo done I kept
inn- e to put Irrigation within the getting worse. That lump llko feel
ratten o( thousands of Harney's rr- Iik In my . stoinarh seemed to gat
Ml geres. These will view with sum- larger and the pain inoro Inlense.
-lteiou any movement that brings the Finally 1 was told nothing more could
FMriric Live fltntii i jmpimy and in done etvpt to operate aiul.l was
Wllltam Hanlev company IokcU.t. ioo w-ak to stand that.
Tbe doubtlna Thom.iaes will wuVt to "One Uh a friend, who had been
Mar be there are mtuiy well
Jkrandvd reasons tor the tukli.g of
ieh an attitude. The Argus l not
will o'.-k an ul- omlng to see mt- often, told mc how
IVulu tin ! heled his daughter and
urged in. to try It. At first 1 re
fused. at my wlfo was opposed to
anything except prescribed medicines.
uMtotontly conversant with the per-, Hut one day this friend offered to go
sonullile involved to say whether or, und get mo a bottle or Tiinluo with
sot such an iitlltude Is Justified. . the understanding that no one else
ftnwuvur. it would seem tho part know about It. Well, I started tnk
t wisdom to forget anything that log tt und by the tlmu he brought me
may hv happened In tho past nnd the third bottle I was feeling better,
trcidlt the 1. L. 8. und Dili Hanloy 1 1 stopped everything else, kept tak
vlth the laudable doslro to rurther ing Tnnlac and slowly Improvlug. I
tho movement to dovulop Harney soon noticed tho pnln In my stomach
rounty, and ut tho same tltntt to do- easing up and that lumpy feeling bo
telop lliulr own holdings. This Is a gun to leave, I got to eating socio
anlural position to take. thing nnd thon commenced gottlng
While Messrs. Ilauloy and tho P.; back my lost weight and strength,
U S. urn In the notion of working' I kept taking it until I used twenty
out tho Hurnoy Irrigation problom I bottles und us a result I am In better
tb others should take advantage of .shape than I wns for years even bo
th sltuutlou nud movo with them i fore I wus taken sick. I now weigh
There I evidence enough to show: one hundred and thirty pounds, so
that nothing can be uland lighting you see my weight has exactly douhl
them. Moth companies havo lunjo 'ed. 1 urn working overy day and can
holdings so Hltuated thai th-ro is ni)ilo the heavy lifting Just the samu us
possibility that any lnrgu schenio of I ever could. Turn not bothered any
hlch they ilo not approve can sat-j more with my kldnoys or constlpa
tod und therefor It will lie the part tiou ami I jluep llko n top every night
of isdiitu to Join In the program for my food tastes good and my cppetlte
the development or the valley wul-.'i'u simply line. My wife now thinks
thene niMii t iulorto. j Just us I do, that Tunlnc Is tho grnud-
Tle developnii'iit of Ilurn,v val- et medUliie In the world. I will
ley awl the recluiuntlon of a large praise It as long us 1 llvo, and 1 novor
k.... 4 ( . I. I ....II .....1 ... . .1. . 1 ... V. ,. ...l.l.n... I,
wvaf I" u mi hiii uiiii'MM'if'ui u.' i:Anrti iu iih milium 11.
Miscellaneous and Incidental exnunsas not eniitmratod...
Proposed reduction of (Jeneral Kuiiil warrants outMlntitllng
Total to bo rnlMd by taxation on General Fund
To raise this amount It will be uecownry to make a
levy of 009
Ifistlmato State Tax
Levy noeeasary to rsle the amount 00SU
County School, apportionment of
levy iiecossur to rulse'the amount O0S3
Couuty High Si'KKd, teachers. Janitor, fuel, supplies
Levy ne.-nsMiiry to r.lso the amount ..0o0$
State Market lload Apprrjirlation
Luv iitHwumry to raLe the amount 0010
Roads und bridges, i alary of Itoudwaster. survey, construe
. Hon. repair, lumber and ganerol oxponses. Including
funds to cooperate with State Highway Commission..
Levy necessary to ralo the amount 0011
, p 00.90
. 0,000.00 ,
c a package
before the war
during the war
c a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
l... .mm mm. ,. ... .. i - ' 1
Total amount of tux levy 0104
Totnl to be raised hy taxutlon f 21S.H.S.00 i
Statement of probable receipts ot Hurnoy County for tho
year 1D20 from sources other than hy direct taxation
Interest on County deposits i 500.00
l'ercentum of. Public Land Sales fiOO.OO
Percoututu of Forest Rentals 2,000.00
Repayment of one hair llounly on Wild Animals by State C, 000. 00
Miscellaneous receipts, lucldlug Clerk's fees....'. 3,000.00
Total probable receipts other than taxation 12,000.00
Which sum derived from probable receipts will bo
used for tho 'reduction of Indebtedness, and for other
uses to which they enn propurly be applied.
Total amount of properly listed on tax roll..' 12,923,018.00
Amount luvled to be raised by tho City of Hums 5,843.00
Amount lovled to bo raised by Sllvor Creek Vulley Irrigation Dlslrct.. 4, 207.50
Statement of special-School District lovhvi on tile with Couuty Clerk:
if great Intere.t to the people or llros.. und in Crane by Vnlo Trading ' 2 .2
Malheur county. This interest Is duo ' Tunlac is sold In Hums hy Reed or'J'nA
iiot from curiosity ulouo. but irom Co. Arty. -u, "'HVonn
the possible 'fleet tliut such dovvl-' ' " " v"V""'.m'Vi' la.u
opinunt will have on the ranch Indue- from Ontario to Rend nud from On- lou will please tako notlco thai
Vy of this county. At the present
Uiiiii thousands of cuttle ranged in
itunmy county uro fed overy wlater
tn ulfulfu raised In Malheur couuty.
turlo to Klamath Fulls will ho a
reality. What that means to On
tario and Malheur county depends
entirely upon the Initiative maul-
Will this annual migration of catt'o fested by the business men of tho
from tho Hurney vulley cease with city und county. Ontario Argus.
tho Irrigation of 100.000 acres iu
RarueyT If so Mnlheur couuty
ranchers will have to begin Imme
It is strongly hinted that women
are drifting toward u flgleus ago.
lately to extern! their dairy and ! Hut what of It? Wo hear no great
ather Interest, as they should have ' male protest ut tho prospect.
4one years ago. I
Jt Is certain, too, that with so vast We notice, however, thut the fel-
body or Irrigated land In Harney low who rails the loudest ut the
thai cokIoii will not long be without j growing exposure of feminine churms
tnilrood facilities. And thut means. Is the first one to see them when they
4hut tho dream of yours, a railroad appear In sight.
Ladies' Monogram Stationery Here
SAGEBRUSH LANDS '
with water rights for sale 911
Blitzen River in tracts of 80
Acres or more. Reasonable
prices one-fifth cash balance
easy terms, six per cent in
terest. Eastern Oregon Live Stock
crane Cnmnanv Oregon
Amount Dint. No. Amount
10,804.20 24 C18.00
2 ... 450.00 30 C53.80
4 : 1.729.00 32 - 247.87'
5 91.45 34 750.291
7 8U2.S9 SB , ; 207.12'
912.85 39 : 540.071
40 a 203.80
10 C22.25 4 4 337. 05 i
thut tho amount o fwurrants outstanding i
und unpaid against the several funds on December 1. 1919, nud ho umounts
or cash In tho hands ot the County Treasurer or Harney Couuty available ior
tho payment of such wnrrnntu. was on December 1, 1919,
Wurrants outstanding Amount In hands
Dccomber 1, 1B19. ' of Treasurer
General Fund 17,065.17 3.047,92
Road Fund 1,287.80 33,088.30
High School Fund 390.11 5,863.00
Rabbit Fund 10.35 205.31
Hulldlug Fund 4C.14
Dated at Hums. Oregon, this 4th day or December, 1919, under' 'the
direction und by tho authority or tho County Court.
. Couuty Clerk.
Consider the egotism we adjective our heading with.
REAL SERVICEABLE PLUMBING
is something you seldom find because usually a patch
isn't nearly as good as a confident mending or a new
Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes, Nuts, all kinds
Celery, Squash, Oranges, Lemons & Vegeatables.
fDry Goods and
e , - Shoes -
Fairbanks, Morse gasoline engines & Pumping
outfits. Windmills, Pumps & Cylinders.
Raiiges, Heaters, Barb Wire & Nails.
Vale Trading Company
WE WILL NOT PATCH UNLESS
wg know that it is the best service we can gi yui.
We get to the bottom of the trouble and repair it
CALL ON US WHEN YOU NEED WORK
IN OUR DIRECTION DONE QUICKLY
Radiator repairing a. speciality
Also Vale and Riverside
Do You Know?
THAT Oregon wools
and woolens are sold
throughout the world?
hotel nmkes a specialty ot Oregon fruit beverages.
CThat Oregon has a rubber mill vhich sells its
product all over the Pacific Coast, South Anient
and the Orient?
CHiat Oregon candies are 'nationally advertised
CTlnrt Oregon lumber products are among the
finest produced anywhere?
-then why not Buy Home
Products and Boost
As.ociatod Industries of Oregon