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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1920)
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The saying goes that in Korea, if a man meets
his wife on the street he ignores her as if 8he were a
stranger. A good many men in this country have
tried the same thing, but with very poor success.
You can ignore other good things too and if you
do so you are apt to have poor success and you de
serve it. , , L
Tf von io-noro the invitation and opportunity to
save and accumulate, you are sowing the seeds of
failure and the crop will be certain. "u ' '
We don't believe in preaching pessimism but a
time of readjustment is certainly coming. When it
does come, those who have some good, old, real
dollars saved up from these times when they are
worth about 35 cents in purchasing value will have
something with which they can get 100 cents worth
of value.' Can you make an investment that will
beat that? Three for one maybe in less than two
DON'T PUT OFF SAVING !
THE WAY TO START IS TO START!
THE TIME TO START IS NOW!
Think this over and you will certainly agree
Unit we are right.
i I'roHtloy Smyth was ovor from Dia
mond yontui'tliiy oil InifllmiHii,
Holit. DrlitUwtitcr wim ovor from
W. T. Vunilurvoor Mm qvr rrom
his IMno crook' 'ranch tlurlnit tho
1 Adam (Joorno wan nntonn our IhihI
iuihh vIsltorH durliiR tho foro part of
Loo Mlllor wn In town for a fow
daVH thin wook, liavliiK brought IiIh
brotliorn and Hliitor hack from
ranch at tlio opotiliiR of nchool.
T lit v tit Hniddock
IiIh homo In Bilvlos during tho wook.
Harry ilrown, tlio candy man, wa
hero durliiB tho wook. Ho found a
CIioh. Carter" loft yoHldrday foi
Tortland whero ho kocb with a iih.p
mout of f urn.
H. h, Mutton and Ed ErII woro
ovor from tholr honioH at WiiKontlro
whom ho had
Frank C. AUon, a counln of flupt.
Allon of tho highway contracting
linn, wan up from Portland durlw;
tho wook vliiltlni; with tlio lattor.
H. N. NolBon wiih In from IiIh Don
Mountain farm tho othnr day. Ho
wih horo to pay IiIh ronpoi'tt to IiIh
dontlHl and rotumod homo without a
tooth In IiIh head.
Attorney (J. H. Leonard
tho. i turned from Balom
boon on Homo logai
Iho supromo court.
V, H. Bwopo In hack from a trip
to outHldo polntn during which tlmo
ho vlHltod hh family In Portland and
ulmi miulo a vIhIi to Halom on Ingal
hunlnoHH. Mr. Swopo had a slogo of
lulluonza whllo away.
Tho roiutn aro RottltiK
davn. Ono or two mud
tweon liiiwon and Crane Ih nil that
provontfl hauling maximum loadB on
Iruckft. Tho weather Ih likely to
ehango noon and mjioII It all. though
Hurt f Jones look I!h doparlurn
WcdnoNdny Tor Portland. Mo had
boon anting iih Hocrctury for Iho Com
morclal eluh for Huvoral woolen but
roturiiH to bin fornior homo to re
main permanently. During IiIh Hluy
In thlH oily Mr. Jonim made many
frlomlH who wIbIi him well In whiit
uvor Hold ho may again ougugo In
work. During IiIh Incumbency an
Hocrotary of tho club ho worked dil
igently upon ituch nnttori as woro
boforo tho eluh and Allowed a dlsponl
Hon to do hlu part. Ho -een u great
future for HiIh big country with the
.coiiHiructlou of Irrigation damn and
iih gonorai (loveiopmont.
HiiV. (loo. Ward, pimlor or tlio
Nnziirniifi church of Uila city. InforntH
un ho will tako 'hltf. dopitrluro Bomo
Ann thoHoinio next wook for California whero
holcn bo- ho will iniilto IiIh homo for n time,
Ho Huh rocontly recovered from a
tlHril attack of liilluonzii anil 'IiIh
phynlnlan has ndvlHod a milder' oil
nmlo for him, Mrs, Ward Ih hIIII
III from mi nttacK of liilluoiiztl and
Iholr departure dopendn upon her ro
galulng her health, but thoy hope
to get away by Iho IobI of next week.
n fsnn tznn ran mn rrn rrn tfti rrn irn ir-Tn '
LJL. IJ UV Ml,i "n "Hi fll.- .
For a Greater Harney County
John Ciiry ww in town hut Saturday.
Mr. and Mm. A 1). Whitney hnvo
returned from Idaho whero thoy
Hpout tho piiHt year with the'r. daugh
ter, Mrn. John Koimlor. Tho Whit-
noyn have many warm rrlenilH. in
' thin city whiro they resided for
oral yearn. Thoy have disposed of
tholr mountain ranch to Frank Nut-,
lev mill illumined of tho roHldoiiro
Mr. Will Dunn was In town for a I i:rnnnrtv In I IiIh city to Jay (lould.
Hhorl tlmo during the prcKont week, j Mr. Whitney ntlll retalurt a largo
ncrcago of liimi lu tlio vulloy wnim
ho will hold n n 1 11 It mav ba clovulop-
o.l tlftltlM 4cltt .lAllllll 1tllfJ Tit 111 tttl.
mo oo k. sltltnable eouplw hnvo iluclded to r-
Iriiilro from unlvu IhihIiimh life, havlnv
Fay Hayburn, formerly a Hums
boy, from which point ho onlfHtod for
norvlco in tho war, wan calling upon
the buHlncHH men of thin city thu
Ilrat of thin week. Mo Ih now travel
ing reproAontatlvo for a moat Iiouho
and maken IiIh hcadquartera at
llhlan. Tho many f dentin of the
young man vcro rloanod to groct him
i)iid wlHh'hlm success lu hln ne,w Held
of labor, Mo formerly worked for
C. A. Malucn at farrowA ind later
for I. HchwurtV In thin city. Fay
nwiiH land lu thlH valley and Ik thoro
foro lutcrcHtcd In Itu dovclnpmeiit,
Try I'liestinio Corls,
John Wltzidl and two hoiih woro up
from their homo at Nurrow Utirliut ;
lil Morgan has completed hid
fluiimcratlon for Hit) cantua man and
U iimMtftui thu farm. r
H. M. Ilnlton.
wiih over from
Iho wurohoimo man,
lump Olllcor and hli ou woro
tbo roglnteroil at n IocaI hotal during
liliu wok from UiMir homo at lru.
formerly dlpoitoil of tbolr hiip antf
other iwi. DurliiK th iiriwe'lt
Hir)ng himI fiumnier they will upoud
tho I lino with tholr nu Anhiir on 1
tho furni In this vallny lnu fvpnet to
go to CHllfomU to rciuin for lit
winter mid if tho climate Au1n thorn ;
fliAtt M aUu Ihnl utolu Hi'm 1iAini i
Mr. and Mr3. Jack Craddock enmo
down from tholr homo In Silvio
Valley Thurnday. Thoy report no
iiiiow lu that part of tho country.
MIsh Leo nu ThompHon, bookkoopcr
- for tho Inter-Mountain Tol & Tol Co.,
ka been connued to her homo thin
week from BlckncflH. Blio luia an
Httack of rhouuintlHni.
Dowoy Hoblnson went over to
Crnno 'Tucfulny for tho purpono of
Uklug charge of tho Majenllc pool
hall, wo aro Intormcd, HIh friends
hope ho will make a hiiccohh of IiIh
now busliicHM venture.
Paul Well was in town the foro
part of tills week and announced tho
arrival of a baby daughter in tholr
family on January -0. Mother and
child are out at Now Plymoth, Idaho,
and ho left this wook to bring them
Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Jouos returned
tho foro part of thin wook from a
nhort viHlt to Dayvlllo. Thoy report
tho roada In very good Hhupo aaldo
from bomo Ice, but othorwlHu tholr
car had no trouble lu making tho
Joe Fino camo ovor from Ontario
tbo foro part of the present wook and
ari )Ih return IiIh mother, Mm, Kiln
Martin, and her daughter, Noru, ac
companied him Nora has JUHt ro
covered from an attack of Inlluonra
which dovoloped pneumonia and uho
in loft with ii touch of rheumatlBin,
therefore will not return to tchool
fo this year. Thoy will vlult with
Joe and IiIh family for a couplo of
by Mrs. Mot-
D. It. Thorn wm ovor from bin v. n. Morrison wna down from
homo un Sllvor Criwk during
dipt. Hobt. M. Duncan wont out
lant Tuuaday lu company with Judge
HlggH for a Hhnr t IiuhIiuwh trip, ro
Ho wan uccompantod
Mr. and Mth. Frank Nut ley wero
down from tholr mountain homo
Thursday attending to Homu IiuhIiiuih
mattvrri and calling upon frlciidH,
A light hiiow full Thursday night
made tho people of this unction feel
that wo might have some more win
ter yot. No doubt wo will. Wo need
more hiiow, at any rate.
titled to tW nnd enjoy
balaucff of tholr dayx.
, Out of (own (jixiiitycr.H ulm ilcslro
us to ituy their tmc will pleaM miiiI
iih (ho (at collector' Maloioeot of the
amount duo together with liixtruc
Hoik for luivnient of Mime. HAH
NltV ('(IFN'TY NATIONAL HANK,
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Money to loan on Irrlgiitcd farms
ami rjiiicIii'M at (I per cent. Ainortl,
itlliiii plan . to 10 ytvtrrt tltno. Vou
Join no nMcliitlo ami buy no Ntoch.
C'lii loan 97,nil) to one Individual.
Xo nt tii iiulck rrvlce. Make
your npplleailou now. Hni'uoy t'uun
ty AhMrart ('oinpnny. Ail.tf.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Million have tak
en tholr little daughter homo after
being In the hospital for u Hhorl
time. Tho little lady Ih having a
rather hard line, her general hoalth
Tho Mothori club met Thursday
afternoon at tho home of Mm. T. J.
MacDouald, with Mrn. Chun. Uohu as
Joint hoHtoHH, Tho next meeting of
the club will be held at tho home of
Mm. Nell T. Hmlth, with Mrn. Kusaul
K. Smith iih Joint hoKtoas.
Mr. nod Mrs.
town thlu week from tholr homo on
the lllltzou. During tho liilluenza
epidemic they took their little daugh
ter homo but hIiico hcIiooI Iiiih rcHum
ed thoy brought her back to remain
with her graudmothor, Mrn, ('. (1.
Fryo. John Haya there Is a ncarclty
of hiiow on HteliiH Mountain, al
though tho tlrlftH aro deep on tho
higher partH, However, It will re
quire much more molsturo to bring
crops that aro normal,
Olen and Marry lirown wero In
town for a fow dayu tho foro part of
this week. Tho latter was HUfforlng
from k Hovoro cold and rumalned to
bo under tho obuervanco of his doctor
oh ho feared ho might ho coming
down with "llu." However, noth
ing Herioun developed no thoy return
ed homo to rosumo tholr npriug
WHI2.V TIIH WOH.M 'IVH.VH
The big corporatloiiH, .tlm ilnnii-
clem and tho now breed of war mil
llonalroit are entrenched behind their
dollam and their greed and can neo
nothing but tholr own pleasure and
their own will, Tholr towering am
bition In greater wealth and power.
Tho labor unions, long nurturing
from capitalistic nipnclty, have
Assumed gigantic proportions whero
by the nod of ono mnn thoy nro nblo
to paralyze tho IndtiHtry of tho coun
try, throw hundreds of thoiiKiinc's of
people out of employment, and bring
others to hlckuess, starvation a nil tho
grave. Tholr power Iiiih gone to
The two clasiies combined repro
nnnt only u small proportion of tho
population of the country, yet they
practically dnmlnnto overvthlni: to
John Dnrsey wero In' tho exclusion of nil other cIiihsos.
Ht for thl Tho prlio of brrnd has Iikoii pd-
,vnnced Page's Hwoet Shop but the
islr.o of tlio loaf Iiiih boon liieroiiHod i
I correspond. LoaYO" ,rJ ,low 2u 0R
IIIIKCIIII III l' illlll IIIIJ II 1 1 U in U CUIIUI
for ono lour, two for 35c. Bklons
Dellvury fieervlco. Adv. 1-31
ArrnngomentH hnvo been made
with tho Kklens delivery survlco to
deliver' our moats to nny part of
town. O.-W. Cash Market, Phono
No. t. 1-31. Ad.
Gentlemen's clothes laundcrd and
monded;. buttons owed on; good
work; prices reasonable. Mrs. John
Johnson, at south end of Main streot,
or leave at White restaurant. 1-24.
When sick go to King's hospital.
Host equipped surgery In tho interior
and graduate nurse lu charge
lie Better Man
is nearly always the well-dressed one.
A man, young or old, with intelligence
looks out for the appearance of his person.
It is the first introduction to a stranger.
Clothes do not always make the man but
they can help a whole lot
A suit cleaned and pressed in our shop is
cleaned - and pressed RIGHT, and has .
.added to its life many months of good use.
Tho fnriuom. the doctors, lawyers,
merchants, editors, preachers and i
millions of others aro at their mercy
and gasping under the capitalistic
and labor heels hecauno thoy aro
not organized. They represent tlio,
groat majority of tho population, and
yet thoy nra dominated by tho small 1
Hut tho work will ouduro Just so,
much torment, and thon It will turn.
And this Ih equally truo of tho worms
or tho human family.
In Kusshi the aristocrats plunder
ed tho peasants until human nature
could stand no more. Thon tho peas
ants arose In their might and toro
tho nrlstocratn asunder.
UiiHsIn is n bolshevistic boll ns a
result of this misuse of power.
Washington should romovo its
smoked glnsiOH, tako n look around,
nnd note conditions n:t they exist,
Bomo' day tho Americana, worm
It tuny Urn 0f tho capitalistic
plundering and the wielding of tho
It may send people to Washington
who will represent the great masses,
and not those two small cIussch..
Thon tho financier with a billion
In his (1st will look no better than
tho labor dictator with a lash In his
And nelthor will look good nt nil.
Kvon lu America the cIiihhcb aro
not Immune from tho wrath of tho
massotwhon dosporatlon points tho
Plain and Fancy
Mrs. F. A. THORNTON
lu tho I.oelior Hiillding, ncros
itroot from Summit llqtel "
Practice feefere V. 8. Land
Indication ntvi that tlio
Inn? of tho luiid will
attract many Investor to
Harney CoMHty tho com
iiiK Mvuton. lilMlags now
will bo kept Ix'forri prtta
jK'ctlve Inventor tho en
I a the
our eoimilcte lines ot
, Trfcs, Plnnt.
rJ ivvtft applies, Sprjys
vn VkhiUI' l vn our
Ail; for CutaloffNo. n CO
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A M ULCLCIUfl M J M
Both Large and Small
The same strong protection that this long
established National Bank gives1 to its largest:
and most active depositors is also afforded to,
tho smallest savings account.
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mu ilie small uupumiur reuuivea uiu ;
1 At l-rtin itfn ii4iinaf fVl'lf 1C1 frit AM
our most valued accounts. There is protection
for all both large and small at The Harmy
County National Bank.
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
For a Greater Harney County I
We are Agents for
Dr. Hess Stock Remedies
Poultry Panacea 30 and GOc will make your He
lay more eggs.
Instant Lice Killer- 30c
Stock Tonic. A fine conditioner and
peller. 30c GOc, $1.25.
Dr. Hess Dip. Art Ideal Disinfectant.
'JIic RexaJi Drag Store
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n iih- imi iw in. wiiu i iriiM r-rifJfi un i rnuurin!i
production cost basis from $1.50 up.
We sell only printed-to-ordcr lUtionery
owned and operated by ex-
men, who give absolute
and satisfaction to
customers." Sells DODGE
BROTHER CARS and
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