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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1920)
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tfcu The Urgent Circulation olF Any
Nowipnper In Harney County,
4 SUUSCIUPTION HATES
On Yr 2.00
rht Monilii .ii. 76
Halm-day, l-Vbrunry H'-0.
Tho Times-Herald is In receipt of
now price lists' from its paper Iiouho
this morning nnd lltitis nnothcr booHt
in tho cohI of ovory lino of material
used In tho print shop. Nowh print
jiaperjms boon boosted aa;nln Job
mnto'rlnl, lottor hoads, onvclopoH, bill
heads,. cnrdH, otc. Many small papers
throughout tho United States have
hmil 1t6 qajf-business buoatwe -of tho
fclKh prlco"of- and scarcity of pnpor,
yot wo get the metropolitan pnpors
with pajto after pago of stuff, that
Jiint iiH woll'he loft out. Ono Po
land paper of last Sunday,, hod c 140
paxes. Had there been from ton to
forty of thoso pages omitted It would
hare furnished sulllelent paper for
oae country paper for several issues.
Howovor, this Bhcot will miuingo to
jcet by Tor n whllo at least, although
It will huvo to give Its subscription
list doner attention nnd collect up
raore cloHCly than In tho past, ohcr
-wtao Its creditors wllr bo coming In
ea s. ThatetAtd ddVt be surprised
It yoa rccolvo. a reminder 'In tho malls
Tho postage, rates on news-
ar Is another .Itaa that cbunts
taeM days and ThrttTlates'Heralit
tiads It will bo necessary to chart
mora for subscrlptloa oatalde ,f. he,
first Ihreo aories.'' ' Thla raattor'-wlll
be Ktvon attention soon.'
TOO 1ATK TO CLAHHIFV
L08Tr Mooro's Non-Lcaknble Foun
tain I'eu. Finder leave nt this of
KOItl) KOH SAM-: First class shape
for pr'co ami particulars hoo Mrs.
May KKBloHton. Huron. 2-21-tf
Wise and . t
Might Just as well imllo over tho
Income tax, You can't charge up
worry oil, .your .expense neoitint.
Llfo holds much in store for you,
hut It gives only, that which you
reach out 'and tnka.
Tho honofrtblo Honiito is still hon
orable wo hopo.
Putting nil of your Irons In tho
lire Is posHlbly O. K,- provided you
don't nick up tho lire by mistake.
In tho cities they call hoor.o de
tective 'tho 'spongo squad." Tho
name, no doubt. Is qulto appropriate.
' , , 14 '
Waan n'. snood up. and In tlmo
you will cash up. ' ' '
Whn unvK tnlk In olican? Tho 'Con
gressional Record bus printed nearly
eight million words of senatorial
wind ort tho leaguo of naMorisV ami
still that august body continues In
nn tn rlmri'li occasionally. Tho
Lord made you, and Ho is entitled to
at least a courtesy call.
'tin. thnsn electrical disturbances
wbro not from Mar or Venus. Twa
merely Old III Cost signaling to
earth to Inquire if It Is safo to icllatb
i-1 i. i . .
Vni nit nnnnln iiiui thrtlr drains.
we presume. But some beglnUMhe
bottom and, work downward. (
Tho wise, man sees tho bmw In
his own eyes. The fool has no beam
to see. t
Bcivrcoly any social affairs huvo
taken plnoo slpce tho outbreak or
tho flu, but now with thtugH fairly
Well, stnrtod, wo are nutlclpatlilK
many Interesting ovontB, Tho first'
ono of real Importance will bo the
Bt. Patrick's Duhco, on Marcli 20th.
If y6u bollovo In Hiipportlng your
CoulMW-vlIlKli School, Come!
TnyirtA-Ittiston, ono of the roiiown.J
nsued to (iouvor",Hn 'tiuuross ni our
Waflhlnglon prograin, It was very
fiUccoHsfUl, and ho whb highly coni
pllmontod by ono of llurttH1 leadiiiB
cltlzons who wns presont.
Although tUoro are only ojglit
memhors In tho Senior cliisK, all tho
ofllcors elected by tliu AltUiont body
nro Bonlors. Tlitjy are: ,
1're.sldont Noll MllleriVVInv Presli
dont Jo Cook. flect;otnry Oono
8chwart2, Treasurer BVprott. Egglo.
ston. ' ' '
It lias boqn.(npll,cod about school
that ovor'hWrtiliHC tA M rfr nof
able" J. D, C, Hlltikri upstairs and Is
not mxm until 0 rt'claflk,'wllBn liu ro-
airpo'irs with a Vory IntolllgA and,
nnllghtoncd look on his face V
wonder what is happening? .
Our class advisor says Unit we
nro to hnvo a real senior got-togethor
party right hooii. Wo wonder what
sonsatloiiB this affair will liripg.
Latb hours n't htght arid tho 8s no
Latin class are beginning to tell on
As nil of our frlo'nds know, our
class yell Is:
"Just watch us go 1-9-2-0."
THE 80PHOMORK CLASH
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' Presidoht .Roland tlowan, Vlco
preMidBnt Harley llotchktim, Trews
tinsr'HaacI Hhht,4; fleerfltaryjMnA
Diiltoh. CtaM Advisor mtrMni.
Gladys ,I)nHHt:atimWf i rv
UrrftOle rnffir'of )H:tfM ''Mi
oxpeets to bb fciicMthf M'BeMbrt-
roil SALK-OOO ihth well Improved
Irr'Ki'ldd rnpcli, all fenred with
convenient buildings. Iioum. cellar,
hum, corrals and other outbuild
Inns; farm machinery ami work
horsoM go with tho place, .('art
oaJi, bnlance on long time at 7
per cent luterciit. Boo A, A
Traugott of Inland Kmptro Millty
It (Co. 2.28tf.'
'! ' jmii qoir.vrv .ii'iKJU m
I .hbroA,4 announce- camtftlncy
forllio ofilco o'f i:b mi (y judgo.'f''u)
Jf. tlfthe duclsloir'pf tho roptibllcan
voteM" a i tho prlmury olectlon on
liay ill. 1 U20.
' It. T. 'HUOHKT
I horeby announce myself in a
caudldn to succeed myself as sheriff
of IJariMr county subjert to the du
t'Dilon of tho republican voters nMho
prJinury oleclon on May 21. Ifi20,
V. A. UOODMA.V
WisNTJCn- laidy to work;l,h ll'ojyl.
good ivargo. Address 'Hox H)C
J. ,OTH'K OF KSTItA V K.I,K
Xotl. e Is hercliy gvou that the
' uudurtifyuod V. U. Ilovt of Buntex.
Oregon did. on tu- first dnv of Febr
uary ID20 Inde up the following do
wribod ontruy. viz.. olio throo-yar
uid Htuer, color rud. mottled fnc
am) bnnidod with what appears lo be
t iunrttr circle 1 and an indlslin
kuUIimIiIu mark lo tho right or ft on
Iff l hli. marked with a crop olf t he
right ar and swallow fork In Ion.
That on the 28th day of February;
1!20 the Justice of the Peace for
JliiriiH district Harney County, Ore
koii rnado and entered an order that
-the solo of said estray be given by
publication In Tho Times-Herald, tho
said Times-Herald being tho County
nttlnlnl paper for Harney County, Ore-
In pursuant:') of IhU order I will
n tho 20th day of March, 1920 at
ton o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at public auction off or the said
estray for solo to tho highest and
best bidder for cash to satisfy com
or talriK up and keeping and .ill ex
penses Incurred including tht Justlco
turn and all other expenses thai may
have Men regularly made.
Said ejOoo.uke phce on the
yaw of W. L. Ileut. near Buntex,
.in Hawy County 'OrbgWft
""'"' " W.'L. nKST
"h Coffin manufacturers, apparently,
have Hllpped a cog. They railed to
ralMj their prices with the ndvent of
wood alcohol booze. -
Tim tnml man mnkes tho blKKOlt
noise, is tho easiest heard, and tho
,ioxt quickly forgotten.
You, or course, can always take
your choice between wood alcohol
and wood alcohol either or both.
Bluco returning home rroiu hit
visit to tils country the Prince of
Wales bus been receiving an aver
age or rorty-llvo letters a day from
American woman - the genuine.
I'lmoii-pure love letter, with an occa
sional "pop" thrown In. Our na
tive chivalry, however, prevents, our
making any comment whatever on
What d. fs. some people can bo. .'
There Is, It scents, a difference In
the degree of, thievery. If a 'man
swipes your. Tjorso, pr'your dlamnib,
or! oven 'your ;'whd," ho Is Just a
mangy thief. Ilut'-lf ho walks away
with your booz'o he'ut once hocfrmos
it mousfrocity and a 'public uiouucc.
Whisper It softly, hut come quick
ly! Wo have a little "HOinothlng"
stowed away In our sanctum which
wo dole out sparingly on occasion
lo our convivial but, thirsty friend
):ood, uoo), . sparkling water. Have
ono? ' ' '
Latuii reports Jrojii nbroad Indl
r'aliithnt life . ItuiRuonf. nations N
Al the leagui; o'f nations. 1
Yes, fine was whop we could g've
you an Intelligent definition of tho
word "polltlcaii.'4 Hut not. now, oh
Lord, not now!
Still, ir we could get rid or the
piercing winter winds and the sizzl
ing suiuuier huuh this old country of
ours wouldn't be suuh a bad ono after
No, thorn aro no profiteers In hell.
Tho dovll Ih careful of the company
Tho latest breeder or revolution
and bolshevlsm In this country Is the
tout hog, In most cities rents are
being boosted from 50 to 300 per
real, and no agency seems capable
t. curbing-, the. capitalistic thieves, r-
Try KircityoHo Cords, Universal
Jaanc. Adv. tf.
.eeoVbur F v
Our ofllro dovll goes to I he head
of tlio I'liiMt. I In describes a I'lillfil
Htntt-a senator as "an Inmate of Mil
ncti'Mial a'syllim lo whom tho govern
iiient piys somcthlltK for uothliig."
Ii.i''cat'ons are there Is go'ug to
be trouble when the railroads aro
turned back to private ownership.
Tho labor men aro asking the presi
dent to veto the recent raiiroati inn
passed by congress and the farmers
have Joined in with tho protest that
tho government should not under
wrlto tho railroad investments, There
Is grounds for the protest, Tho farm
er lakes his chances on crop rail
tires, other business mon tuko their
chances on Investments, therefore It
Ih discriminating. Yet there Is rea
son to give the railroads some pro
tection until they can adjust them
selves since they have been under
government control ror a time,
Tim nffli'orH iilected bv the Senior
class ror tho year 1019-1020 are:
President Jo cook, Vice rresioeni
Kvnrntt Fi'irleaton. Secretary Oene
qi-liwnrlz. Treasurer Willis SkleilH.
Class Advisor Miss Krlchosky.
' Willis Hkleiis Is back with us again
Mils week, and once more, wo have
i.i'iiliiml finr Htunilaril utrenulh.
Senior fitudlus aro prnt'outllug nlcniy
i ml preparations nro helm; mudo ror
Mabel fklena, whb has 'boon qiutr-
antlned for tho last week 'has re
turned to tier' classes.
Willis Swett loft dqrlng the flu
ban ror Salom. where ho expects to
.finish this years school term. He
wished to comploto his term at
'quickly uh possible, and thinking
school might not reopen, decided to
: leave. ,Now wo have a good Joke
on "llauey." for -wo will bo out nt
si'bool n mouth before .he Is.
The Bopliemorn Kugjlsli clats has
been giving n t.erlea of IntorostliiK
Hliorl stories pitch morning along
wltli our oilier work . for the last
week. Our aim Is tojjnpenk hotter
The members or the Boj Itetunre
class have tho reputation or. being
the most awkward students of our
; 1 1 1 k It School.' This will soon lie a
thing or the past. Our 'Physical
Training lias Improved us wonder-
.fully hi onij day. :
U liifght ho well l isomo of yon
Harney County High School ''boost
on" and "knookors'j would r coino
'fee ror your selves how things are
going In our 1 1 k 1 1 Schoil.
I The II. C. 11. H. .News Hoard has
, Iom organized with ,Mr. McHade.
(lone Sell war! z '20. Helen Kug '21.
'June Dultou '22 ami ()lady. llyrd
'23. as members.'
' Washington', Illrthday was com
uiororatcd Monday the 2:ird by n
short program In the forenoon
AHsembly''HlugliiR. WuAlilngtoti's In
fluence -Taylor Huston, Qutlrtot
,MarJorlo llyrd June Dultou. Illadvi
I llynl Ada JoIiiiaoii, lteinarlilMr.
Mf'Dade. AdtlresH on Waslilnklou-
It. M. Duncan, Quartet. j
The elect ml olllcers of tho student
hotly are Pres. , .
1 The elected oIIU-hih of the Athletic
. Ou:ltVi(u.l4flt of MmiLihtt, proposed
tilcbMurthilo has hf tin eancelotl.
J.n-" le r-,"f O -
The FreMhmon t 'aw ojllcors am:
l?roldont Frank llotntunhu, Vice
1'rotiideiii llhtuclie (iondmitu, S,ecre
tnry (lladys Uyr" Treaurer Vernon
Morton, Class .Adviser JSliss Ander
The Freslnnin class field a-meeting
nt ,jt:.ir Tiisl ,Tudny evening',
Februiiryl'5jl.,l920. The busliioss
before thu' elites was to elect a new
secretary, an tho former class nonro
tary, William limpet, went buck to
tjftfi - York,. The hew .Hecrtary re-
Irrots tho loss of "Duster,"
Wo might hint that wo know of
nomo more ovonts thut aro to be
''sprung" .'pi'oftunfiyf hut Hh-h-lt-hl
It's a dark; black socrot. Otiy Uio
Prmildont "tWd a "row othpr inumbor.i
or tho class.Wil grasp the' moititlhTor
tho tnystorlo'us 7,,HBK'(Jfl fltlng
about. e YAr t
Wo tlilnk Wtfro cJtWorl
Wo hnvo a KKr,"K" I',l't
Wo call him "Loiig'Xvolitshort"
(Don't you do It, though, It omnnrns-
And when bo writes his History
It's mostly big black dashes.
NOTK: That'll tlfo way Miss K,
sayn It, sho In lonrnlJig, howovor,
Anyhow, that poom was written by.
n Freshman girl, without any help at
Speaking or class President. He's
been III lately. Wo thnk It's heart
01 dear! O! ileenr!
Why do Uio Boi'li'moro girls
Huvo to Interrcro
Wltk 1n4arsllkn Helen. Orators
like' Clyde, pools Ilka Illmicho, sweet,
little students like Orace and such a
President, wo should do something
grout, shouldn't wo7 Wo do rhlss
Hester's clover romarks, howovor.
,Wo may have a ball gamu sotuo
day. Don't say anything about it
though, you might scare them out
Our program last Monday morn
ing went off beautifully. Mr. Dun
can delivered a speech to us on Wash
IntioM, and among other numbers,
our. celebrated Harney County Utah
Schools' Girl's quartet (sounds im
portant) sa'nr two numbers.
Tjhls sounds like the Green Jllbbou,
dyt It.1 O weell, wp'fe going to raimi
that Ofeen'KltBOHi aayaaw,
1 would asJr; y to excuse' my uh
c(iiitkH atNBI'M enl a Kreskaaii
Mt'I hat'ekelrte don't' yoT
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