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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1920)
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y 11 R T I M H H H H It A li D II if lit U H , It A It N H V V O V S T V , OH) (I 0 K
Sftluitliiy, February 5W, lfHK).
iimtlpv Smyth. tOf fronts DIU-
fw nuvlor'wuB among our out
J' ' . ... 1 !.. II...
of tOW.1 Visitors uuniivuiu uun.
nr A 0 itfublc nM Leo Duvon-...Vmr.-
Iii tlW city' from Portland
V.liiiir this week o .land buslii
too Loyd wh down from his homo
. n.M.iv for ii taw ilnvH tl urine
MAT ""' -
NAl.'OLKON ,OI1 M.VAKCH
TIIWAIITKU OK A.M1UTIOX
cv nml Mrs- Ooorge, Ward took
,..ir ih.pni-luro Thursday Tor Culir
rnlft where they will remain Tor u
So I" tl"' ''Ol'0 t,mt ,l w,u bono,U
tkflr iioimii ii
.. i.'iimtort nml A. M. Ohms ft1
MI 1 . i mm vj . - - - ' - -
' I HM. ......
in town iroiu wnuuw. uirao
'c . . ....... l.t r1l nrnlll Inillfl
V ... i.,.t tnrrltnrv find thn nro-
ipct for crops are nuu mwruuw.
Wllllnm Stirling of tho Wllllan
iimlcy Co urnvcu homo .uio tore
nit of thlM week' from Portland
here ho mid Mra. 'StlrlliiK hud boon
low Hit holidays. During tho past
. wwks tholr daughter; Miss Nettlo
hii been nerlouBly III but I now im
rrored. Mr. Stirling states tho
vounR latlv expects to nccouipany hor
kotWr Irt In tho near future whoro
shf will remain until she has fully
recovered her hoalth. T i
tso nnnouncoraont of It. T. Hugh-
rt at a candidate for county Judge It
ndc In thin issuo of Tho Tlmeii-
to the voters of lUrnoy county as
b tuu held office In the past aad In
... f i tin NubstmBtlftl it ni deoend-
4 men .of.Uo fjw&fr'
rMkied for mi;wysirr.'? It Jfor-f
toute that the voter lira able tp
cowl- to THjuc. .WM(Mttls
Millions for tae :0ce te wmcn nc
Mflrei Is ono of U'prtlcularly ItM
porttnt onca of ty, ,
Sheriff Goodman Is a candidate
for re-election. Ho has announced
the fact In this Ihhu of Tho Times
Htrald. Mr. Goodman Is now com
trioleins his third successive term :n
L..r nt lltirlllll ('fill II IV nml IiIn
menu ' -
(usllflcatlonM are a mutlor of record.
If Hit.' i dt'inand for his re-election
ai.l m.t.' Is evldontly some do
mm 'ihtiwlse ho would . pot he
l,fre il.i M'Mm njcnln. he will ho
ihrfiiio- "f IiIh party for tho iiutn
ii..ii.i', Au tin Is frank to say that
It I r ' the people and ho Is not
until? in make any aKKreoslvo Unlit
rnr Hit' noiiiniation.
t.OOl) I KI.l.OWH IX oi'nci:
,e n hts lonntryVadunlly tlrop
j.ftl into the hahlt of electing kooiI
MIjw to public olllce: -
If tit -. are posKushed of some slight
qujl'ifutioiis. we uro fortunate." If
ttiv are wrliout iiuullllontlotiH, wo
tlrct tiiern ui wny bticaimo thoy
iff ' RODtl fellOWH."
Tli" pr .it-Hlonal politician Is III
viriaih . Rood fellow.V. .. li-dhi part
of Ii..h mo . in trade. It Is neces
ury unit I he such In order to siic
iil nu.u- i.i this you find our pub-
oltl. tn.-d with profehsloiuil pol-
fellow with political
out uftr soma Htimll
aiisc hoJ Is pleasano
, a Kood talker uud
itlvo'lt Ui him. v.
iuh oyu' on' an'olllco a
and hoiinuso ho has
ii "kooiI fellow" in
kIvu him the uoxt
bU .K -!
1 . tr
INMlnoy (Jinhiim a llullt II Ih Mfo
I'HOMjOlie ;dta mid Hventiiully
. KouikI Ho Hud lo.st Out
itodnoy 6ra)mm, a Napoleon of
llllitnco, had. .01)0 hit ambition In llf..
nnd to achieve this nmbltlon he dU
,vbrcod his wlf and married another
woman. Thou, years later; when he
war ni tho very pltnialco of oticcesn
aad evorythttifc seemed to be coming
his nay, he found that his Brent am
ThHmiliiK. roinarkablo nnd ox
cpedlnrfy latornstlnK story of llodm w,
GrAJA WtcrtnlntiiRfy told In "Tho
H-..nVllfelo.,"tho now World Pic
ture starring Montagu Love, which lit
the Liberty Theatre Mr. Lovs, of
course, scon In the role of Hodnoy
Urahamftand this part Is one of tho
"trffftMlHd.madraraatlo that ho
haff CVBrlliiumod.' Supporting Mr.
Loviv this produ6tlon Is an ox
copttonally "strong cast including
Virginia. Hammond, Muriel Ostrlche
ana1 otlnir bcreen1 favorites.
CHARLLE"? RAY 'A Nin O'ClocbTova'
LIBERTY THEATRE WEDNESDAY NIGHT
the members ef her cast through l)wan'' believing it (o bo equally es
sential thn tho artists should have
wa a new dance
stop cnlled for In tho story, and Mr.
music while thoy are creating their
Xhe.atpry of "The Hand Invisible"
i written hf Wallace C. Clifton, 1
screen' accoaipollsaed .aer offer to act as daBdag instructor
wnuera, ana e MBtnuHy for the to tne otner ateaaeni or tne cast.. . ii
prouueuoawma prepare by Clara 8.
Dwan, quickly recognlalng Mlsa lrts ns that the mushed product
Davlcs' know.ledgo of the terpsichor should , have Us orchestral accora-
eau art, gladly availed himself of nlanuent. Miss Davlees has had
will he reaieaihere4 that Mm DavWv
Mreea aaaf,a tanee aer way iat tae
Ihenrts of tkaw'aaads of '4d Mirers
The Haa4 larMato" ' hen rewgh th .iauaMl ceaiy . reatA'
sti-ml la .wsaasciMaMlaajf tka less taaa. two. ymus age, im although
UMaaftliisaMaastij ajl..',aafpath'.yf7h'f; tlaw U awiMtk4y a)vted to
STjflj tiSf crc altly '
m a'r pictures, she Is a aatural dmcer and,
"(k lsal to achieve the aiost difficult
eajay-,yKeau with consummate ease uud
the bty; TVe el4Mr
v tTfcwfe IsiiwCdouhi aht the
ment you will experience In .tsit- (grace.
tiitKMlnir thin utrnnr. Intense. mtMrk- An e'ltcellcn't four niece orchestra
able production. "Tho Hand Invls- plnyed at the studio during the on-
Iblo" Is tho sort of a picture you will tiro filming of the picture Director;
larger audiences, hut It is doubtful
If Ml,haa ever. aad a aiore eathusl
cUa'ai thatUat qauMwised of her
e-wfhf r;,fa tthM aew" arauettoa.
.The, coMHiu.iOf ' ealalaji seeaifMl
Iftklja j0lk ,kktp ,otUa ateturt
galsfd.gr, the art of danclBg last
un elflclfBt exaoBCHt. ,
"The Dark, Htar" is a picturing
lion of, It'obfrt W. Ohambers' faw
ous novel of he same name and Is a
most, thrlllng pliotoplay. The cast Is
adequate oven to the minor roles.
Hi- . '
liln In k. -
1 1111 K 1 1 1 1
i i- lPKlhlntiir. and
. er attractions to
mi' io hnow lilin well,
hi tlKurs nt olocllon
tnilri-d IiIh iluinoiirmvy
Klc . luivo accopte.d IiIh
c value, and' UKaln wo
art doilro bocnUHo.
a ' real follow."
ute - apltol, or in wasning
kooiI follow" meeetu other
"Kood fellows' -fellows who do not
hold publi. otllco, but who do hold
the pqwer of materlujy advuncliig
tlie tcrsonal InterestH of tho iew
lesUlator ' If he Is a good Indlun."
Hut there we draw the veil. You
lino- the sordid story by heart
the story or capitalistic Intrigue and
domination at tins expense fpf. 'the
Ptople, of tho blighted "hopes Pf liou
t couxtltuteuts, of the betrayal of
Too often It Is seen in this country,
becauau in the beginning we were
wft hearted und eiuy and 'believed;
In the honeyed words and worthless
proniliici, of u "good fellowf" 1 :
Tliese are troublous time, and wo
ncid ho'.i'MiIiik more than "good fel-
town' in l)Ur olllces of public trust.
We iii'il Htaloinaiishlp capable of
wot: tni hiii. Hut Miirainlilud and
ItaitercH miirii' of our body politic.
t i.dik r uud ,jraliiH ltiHtuad
' --"sa, a
. rM M.
. IV1AKIUN DAVIES A'The DarkSr
Is Her Pride
Kvery. IIOt'HKWII-'K who haii
over THIi:i) , Pago's quality
wiin In it again, and AGAIN,
A round, full I.OAK wllh '
that indelluaVlu IIO.MHV flavor
which causes hubby to re
mark: "Wife, I we you've bwn
It A K 1 N l l K A D to
day." VOl l .SOU'S
UOc ii large loaf.
it for :t.v
llit nf fninlly fiMtdil
J'OH JCITOIIlI.V HKF1UIKN0Y
Arrn'iige'.ryour kltclioli equipment
so that It will Kh'e vou tho most holt)
and uko the. IBrtt Work,
Oh(H)H(j things eay to ck'un nnd
Try to locftto tho Htovo, Hlnk, work
IrIiIq, mul.btoragjyilaiis to therewill
HijlMHilecoiirifTTVoliH id moving
from" ono to tho other.
IIuvo good light wliord you work
Adjtiht iiiuk and work table to tho
height most comfortnblo for thu per
son WllO 1181)8 tlioin.
Groupi your utehHlls no that you
enn reach tlioin caHlly, Put those
most frequently used in tho most con
venient places, Smalt ones limy bo
1iung on little hooka fiiHtenod to the
wall or thu edge cif n nholf.
Grdiip thorn near thu placon in
which they aro moHt unod and put
Uioso UBed togOtlier nour euci other.
' Got rid of useless things.'
Whore do you llvo? The best
place Is I''uny Htrcot, You gut there
through Safety Luno, Tnko tho War
Havings Stamps Houd, . , . '
Farm Machinery Case Tractors
Martin Ditchers ' -
Early Baart Wheat. -
Dry Goods' V ' ' ShWes'
'i i ')
. .1 .. .
VALE TRADING CQ.
i' iily a
mwi ver, -!.
i en aro reg
v of . apply
: id" oi thn
developing and Printing
t'ahlnet PhotogfiiidiM '
Hatlxfiictlon Guaranteed or
P. T. HUNT
Open Sunduys Oniy
In former Buyer Studio
long romoniher nnd talk about uf tor
"TIIK DA UK HTAlt"
HV MAHHJ.N DAVIKS
Dln-i tor . Ihr.jn TjiUijn Duck
DuiJiik I'llinliiK of 111k
- KpiH-lal Picture
Allan Dwan who directed Marlon
Davie lu "The Dark Star," which
wfirbe shown at the Liberty theatre
next Sunday, March 7, sat comfort
ably back iu his chair for a short
tlaiH'durUig thu filming, of that pic-
tu&i while Miss Davies herself, put
growers ot trie
Northwest, lis tin's
our complete lines of
Seeds. Trcas. Plants.
'Bee SuDDlles. Soruvs
fund Snravcrs. Dalrv
Supplier and Equipment.
Your Nu,irt rAouU b on ou .
r I BBBBBBBUB? for
4 Atk ft CaUUg N. B 60
owned ind operated by ex-.
men, Who give absolute
and satisfaction to
customers. Sells DODGE
BROTHER CARS and v
- y .yourafor
ai aMaBaaBBaaBB avaaavaaafew f bbbbbbi bbbbbj bbbbbb .bbbbbbh bbbbbbbbbbbb
They couldn't be built
now for twicc7LOOO
When tho talk turns from politics to railroads,
nnd tho traveler with the cocksure air breaks
in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in
the railroads," here are some hard-pan facts
to fjive him:
American railroads have cost $80,900 a milo
roadbed, structures, stations, yards, termin
als, freight and passenger trains everything
from the great city terminals to the last spike,
A good concrete-and-asphalt highway costs
$36,000 a mile just a bare road, not count
ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc.
Our rsilronds couldn't bo duplicated to
dy for $150,000 a mil: ; : ' V
Thx are capitalized for ony $71,000 mile
much' lee than their actual value. Seventy-one
thoueand dollar today will buy ooc, locomotive.
English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a
mile; the Frcnch"at$155,0O0; German $132,000;
even in Canada (still in pioneer development)
they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile, The
average for all foreign countries is $100,000.
Low capitalization and high operating effici
ency have enabled American Railroads to pay
the highest wages while charging the lowest
his advertisement is published by the
;spciation of Railway axecuuves
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