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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1920)
YKTJSItANK OUT PUIOH
1UM1TH OX PltOJF.f.TH
Hhiwhono Ami North Ilatt Lands to
WASHINGTON, Fob. 6. 8old!era,
tailors and marines who served In
trio world wnr will havo prior rights
uC entry on the vast North Platto nnd
Shoshono Irrigation projects In Wya
mIiik to ho opened up next month.
Sreroetnry Luno uunouncud tonight,
following passage by coiigrosi today
of tho Joint resolution giving honor
bb' discharged aorvlco men a profor
Mien right In obtaining lands undar
tie bomestend net, that llrHt applica
tion ot tho provisions of' ho resolu
tion would bo applied to thy North
Platte and Shoshone districts.
The North Platto tract will bo
opened to entry by cx-servlco nton
March n and the Shoshono project
March 13. Tho right of priority In
favor of former service moit will bo
In force for CO da-H, after which ro
MMlatnx land will be available for
public entry. Orcgonlan,
IOVK FOIl ItONUH FOIt
K.T-MKHVICF. Mb'.S HUTPOItTKI)
iTortlMiMl Font Frgcj Oregon lega
tion It Aid In (Jetting Hpcclnl
' Fay for Wnr Veterans.
Momhors of Portland pout, Amer-
fern Legion, at thu regular weekly!
meeting lint night creeled with
tlMiRhiHin the nunnuncomout that thu
national executive committee hud
xuailo a concrete demand on congress
for Issuance of bunds totaling $50
for vault month of sorvleo to all ox
eervlce men and women.
Tho I'ohI voted to press the do
mifjid nnd. Irnmedlatoly telegraphed
Orogon's congreHHiueii notifying t hum
if Ihu notion taken. A call wuh Ih
tuiud for a mans meeting of all ox
iMjrvfco men In Portland for next
Monday night, prohubly at the city
auditorium, to ervhtaltzu the sentl
Blent for tho bonus.
Other Post Notified
Kvury pout of thu Legtou In the
state will be notified today to start
active agitation for thu bonm,
Tlio pout wont on record In' favor
tif a city ordinance prohibiting the
"commercializing" of the American
uniform by solicitors In any trad"
and providing for puniKhmunt of em
ployers who encourage l Ilia practice.
Impostor are Target
'Jill action wuh taken lit the sug
Kutition of James O. Convlll elmlruiai.
oMlio omploymuu't ronimlttee, and in
roply to the roiuet of Mayor 'llukur
i or a recommendation.
It win brought to the attention of
thu pol that many nwlndlcra who
liava in vr butfii in the yurvleo aro
n , hi , ., n t
tnao In puddling.- I olegrnm.
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nlora Chamberlain and McNnry mid
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iiu4ii iiu.u ainii nviu luiniiiiui luiiern.
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Leonard Ji Locher was uuanlmoun-
IV holected aa PohI Adjutant, effec -
tlvo March 1st. Tho mall n.i.iru .
box 201, will remnin the same for thei
present. C. L. Uobb was appointed ,
tn asslut In auditing tho Post's books, i
A meeting of tho wives, mothers, I
BlHlora nnd daughters of mouthers Is 1
eaUed for Tuesday ovonlng, March I
3th. at the Commercial club rooms.
The purpOHo Is the organization of u.
Woman'B Auxiliary to tho Poit.
"WlvieB, mothers, sisters and daugh
ters ot men who died in the sorvlce,
er who died prior to November 11,
3920, whother members of the Amor
Scan Legion or not, are also eligible
t membership. A largo attendance
U eanuuuy desired, and Post olllulals
will be on hand to tiHslst in orgnul,
atlon. Members aro urged to bring
In tholr femlniiio relatives,
A suggestion to hold the monthly
meeting of tho Pout at Crane ome- ;
tlmo during tho Bjirlug was received :
with eiitlillHlaHin hv Dm I.ncnl I v..
!Umniltteo. U. A. Allen has promis-l
i .i r.imiiui. i... I
u ....in nu nig livtuil.tlll ) if jllllll
tutlon, nnd Crane may llnd a buiieh ,
f booHtlng LoglonarleH on Its hands.
tho flrHt Saturday In April or Muy.
, Next Saturday, March 6th, Is tho
regular Post meeting night. Tho
ommorclal club room In Hums is
,J)l.acp.(r The Prlmo-WUljanis
.wwrtnjjgnmtoh on tho saraeAnHrht
t Tonawama will bring In V good
wirny of the members.
Th French Memorial certlllcutes
lor men who made the supreme sue
slRce during the great war have been
lee.elYed nnd distributed to thd ilext
et 2tln by the Po-.t, Tho national or
ganization auggestod holding oxer
Lmm oa Washington's birthday, dls
trlbutlng the certificates aftorward.
little Information was obtainable
Moearning local boys who gave their
Mras, thut It was decided not to try
THE T I M
anythlng so olnborato horo. Thu war
dopartmoht originally distributed
tho corlincatcH through tho Loglon,
nnd that la how thoy canto Into tho
ImndH of tho J'0"
Tho Boihl-motithly report far paid'
up mom bur h wont In again thin wublo
Ihoro were a lot of names not on It
that Hliould havo boon . Soma of
tho members ovldontly do not care
for tlio Oregon Sorvleo Modal, ub thoy
aro holding out tho groan, cnrdu ro
colvod from tho Adjutant.
A liUTY TO ItFHALOMMUN'lTIKM
Tho American Congress la taking
all kinds of tiiuo cousldorliig tho bill
to provide government means .for
tho nursing and medical attention of
mothers and babies In rural commuli
ItleH. Ovor In Canada thoy havo already
gono that plan ono hotter. Now
they aro providing "health -centers"
lor ovon tho ploueorh, thu Bottlers in
sparsely iuhabltcd districts. , .
Tho Saskatchewan" Ited' Cross Bo
uloty Is building thoro such "out-
pobts" In the uurtheru districts of
Unit province for bucIi Huttleni and
their wlvon and children who need
modlcul aid. Tho farmers will pro
vide altos and put up thu log build
IngH large enough to hold nix to ulght
oeurt ana accommodate two nurses In
Tho Victorian Order of Nurses will
flupply nurses freu of churgo and the
Hud Cross will maintain tho health
contort! for at Icr.st two yearn or until
government Ih ready to take thou
It should be distinctly understood
that tho project now uudcr consider
ation by tho Congress of United
States for medical and nursing atten
tion for rural community tnothors
and children is not charity. It Is a
duty of a democratic government to
allay Buffering, to tender Us services
to tho expectant mother and the tiny
babe in the lonely winces of our laud,
Thu tuna and woman who live on a
farm, far from a doctor's nfllcu. nre
themselves rendering a dlstlugulHlieil
sorvleo to their fullow human In
their -lonely location; thoy nru doing
tholr part in feed a hungry nitttnu
on-.The moM of
them could probably do
as well financially living In tho cities
and altuoHt next door to tho doctor.
llcraiiHo they willingly sacrltlee, It
t'honld be coiiHldered a high privilege
of govurumout to render thorn thx
nuv imucj stohk
It. II. and 1 1, M. Iliiinlltoii, for Four
teen Years In Drug' llusliiess In
Oregon hike Over 1'aellle Co.
MevHrn. U. II. Hamilton of Dalloi
mil I,. M. Hamilton of Cruue, Oregon
this week. closed the deal for tho pur
chase of tlio Paclilc Drug Company's
Store, owned by W. H. Kenrnley and
Don W. Snyder, making another
eliaiigo In North (lend business e'rclen
Tho ee'ltor of this paper wishes to
uxprexs his remit lo learn of tho ro
Fremont of Mcshm.. Feurnley ivt
Snyder, who will as soon as private
iffnlrs are arranged mao a vaattion
land look for a locution elsewhtiru.
'vw Ouneis Kin'rlenied
Mr. It. It. Ilnmllton. who U here
w nml H charge of the Htoro. hus
,uw for thl rourl0uI1 yoaM
'uemted with tho retail drug IiiinIiu'hb
''"' I competent pliurinnclHt a
' oxnorleneo will provo of value
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) TOt It 01 li
M. Ilnmllton of Crane,
Oregon, In at present detained 'there,
nn iiiuiuiiu.n in ii in iiiiii
(move here as kooii aa they aro al
i to llo BO
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' 3 ,l,0,w 0W,u,rH ,w',11 ,r,,,M
iin well as moiuhorH of his family
!iamo of tho store and thu business of
toweler. and Optician
I'lne Watch ItepalrliiK a Specialty. I
when you want pure, cauo
lnbnrrols, order from
Hbady Ilrook Products Co,
' PoHImhiI, Oregon
Fure, i-Hawallan canp,' heavy.'
rablasses, weighing nearly 12
pounds, to the gallon. 96V
pounds of sugar te the ten,
equal to com or barley In car
bohydrates uud feeding value
at half thu price. Every barrel
guurunteod and branded'
"8HADV DTtOOK"--buy no
other, Ask Oregon Agricultur
al College, Department of ,
Hhady Hreok Products Co.
812 Board of Trade Dldg.,
H H II 13 H A h 1 11 If It N H ,
that plncu will bo conducted under
tho naino adopted by Mobbm. Foam
ley and Bnydor, that of tho l'acillo
Mr. It: i. Hamilton luui a family of
a yylfu ahtetwo soiim whllo hl brother
lfas a fofnfly'of a wlfo and two daugh
ters, and ouch of tho famlllos want a
ho'utio in which to mako their homo
until thoy can either build or buy
pianos of tholr bwh,
While wo rogrot Inning Hob and
Don an drugglntn, wo uro illwayv glad
(o wolcomo uuwconiurB to our city,
and horo Is hoping thoy will meet
with that measure of success that
will liiHiiro them becoming permanent
residents.' Cooh Hay Harbor
Many Housewives Aro Learning
to Have Through Cnrvftil lluying
The modern hojisowlfo Is becom
ing expert In buying. Hhe (s reading
the lubels, In accordance with tho
luggestlon miulo by tho United States
Department of, v Agriculture, and
Checking 'up tlio weights" 'and 'meas
ures of tho food products she buys.
She has learned whon to buy In quan
tity and when in small amount, 'and
whon it is more economical to buy
In bulk than In paukngel Many
havo compared tho coat of making
bread at homo and of buying It and
.ire choosing tho way that is best
Tho lessened buying power of tho'
dollar has made her think and avoid
all kinds of waste, Tho family must
be kept well nourished, but the wlfo
and mother should not provide more
food than Is needed. Rhe must know
what klHdiof food will Nil her market
basket to the best advantage. Along
with this knowledge Is that of how
much ef the family food should coeu
frem each food group and how far It
Is wise to save money by using more
home -a butter hoiihu Tor les's money.
Von rilt out wmile waste of lumber
and labor; the Iiouko come to you
with every board cut to tit Kb place
no band uawlug no spoiled lum
ber ami iihoIohh uudrt.
There's no high price labor no
simple you can do it youwulf with
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I S. Geer & Co.
. Across from Postoffice '
II A 11 N K Y V O V X T V , O
food from the lemt oXponlve groups.
Thu hout-owlfo of to-day Ih keoplng
u food account nnd chcek up her
weekly buying by the plan alio haw
If Hhu wIshoH lo try to lessen prices
for everybody horo aro some of the
ways hIhI Is going at it: lly producing
food at homo! by using local pro
ducts; by chotMilug food Hint In plen
tiful In tho markets; by lessening
Iter uno or hiiuIi foods an uro senrco;
by cooperative buying; and by using
tho parcel pom,
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" i ANNOUNCEMENT
There' will bo Sunday nchool at tho
Presbyterian church tomorrow at tho
usual hour but thoro wilt be no
preaching sorvleo as tho pastor has
gono to Portland.
Tho building has been cleaned up
and ontlrolyy renovated snco tho.
HueKjay,hopJtal .basbeea' illspens
Money to loan on Irrigated farms
and rHnclie Hi ft per cent Amortiz
ation plan iVto 40 yearn time. You
JoIh no assoclatloH and buy no Mock.
Can loan 9A7,ftO0 to one individual.
No red tape quick service. Mako
roar appHcatloii now. Marnflf Conn
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It's the Amer
t i o n i d e a"
Iirfiltfrltl tt i'iiiim
1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Is II
in one siiiptu
11 K fl O N
I Try FlrCHtono Cord. Fnlvermil
A .1.. I
And Btlll, before scoring your
neighbor, It might bo woll to ta:id
up before a glars and note thu ,
rlitklos In yoir,'pwn hlde
TACOftfa CIVS BTOHK, IN;J.
Lnrgoit Stock of HunturH nnd
Trappors BuppIIch In.thu Nortli
wortt Kwpeojnl attention to
Solid ono coat stamp for cata
Save Your Eyes
Eye fcirain csumh hesdachtw,
nervoiMtMNM ami other trmt
lMea I At gUmtnm nccunitely
All Wwk Guaranteed
OflVc with Dr. B. F. Smith
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
WE WILL NOT PATCH UNLESS
we know that it is the best service we can give you.
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
for for I
ICwniUodu Anybody j
Two or the lnrgtwt coniiuorclal houses in-thlj Uult d States boiiii
years ago udorded for their policy thu 'slogan. "The customer .4
right." nnd htnu hold wiunroly to It. 4
In every eao, uuluas tho eustomer was plainly cudoavorlng to
put over n crooked deal, his vluw of u controversy was taken na
right. These houses announce a loss of less than one-half of ono
per cent iih a remit.
To old customers of ours, It is useless for us to nnuouncu
that this has nlwuy been our policy In business.
To prospective customers, the only thing wa ask is that If they
have a complaint they bring It direct tu us, with the full knowledge
that correction In each case will be promptly uud cheerfully niude,
regardless of any loss that may result tq us.
A pleased customer leaving this store means still other now
customers coming to us later. You can reason it out yourself.
The above la again our policy for the year 1920.
"Nowls theTIme to Do It"
says the Good Judge
Go to real tobacco
the small chew with
the rich tobacco taste
' that lasts a long time.
It will cost you less to
chew thajivOrdimaxy .
tobacco. Any man
who usas the Ral
. Tobacco Chaw will
tell you that.
PmtUp In Tw Styl
RIGHT CUT k m ahort-cut tbMco
Hnturday, February 1010.
V K II Ij I N the I'AIfiT !3
Houhc Painting Auto .Paiitng
Sign and Pictorial Painting r
iia t ktjif if a vit Kri . a wii rri WTI Vl
Staining, aralning and Marbling
FII1BT CKASS WOUKMANSHIP ;
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with a good '
TIONH You will bo delighted with the t
way they do their work
DALTON & CO.
k a loog fiaHt tqbmce