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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1920)
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jfiiar, i-.oo hor In her nowost photoplay
"riio UaiiKr Mnrlt," a plcturlKatlou
of .Jtoboft W, Ohnmbors' colobrnlod
novel, at tho Llhorty theatre Sun
day. March 28. thoy will huo nomo
chnrmhiR Florida scenery, nearly
uvory Hcuno lu tho plcturo hnvltiK
boon photographed In that stnto.
One of tho scones of "Tho Danger
Mark" In a gardon party, and whon
SEW WOKLD-I'ICTUItH UiIh waH boliiK photoRraphod In the
garden of a splondld mansion at
Mavport, Flu., scores of Hocloty folks
ivomlnont In Now York society ntul
elsewhere, took part thoroln. Tho
costumes worn in this picture ropro
Hont a fortuno.
1,01'lSi: Ht'KP COMING IN
friulio Huff, tho ChannlnK Htar lu
MorhMMcturcs, To Ho Hcon
l,ou' 1 Huff, tho chartulni; star In
World 1'lituron, Is coming tonight
to ti e I i'"Tty thoatro In hor nuwcHt
nttraii- n 'T'other Dear Charinor."
Ai with' Miss llutr lu thin
offir hamnUVno John Mowers.
Tl rv Is strlkliiKly original
, n.li t(,r it tolls of the love
.i otitic aviator lu. tho
my for two tiffin ono of
s utiy a I'ronch maid in
(M)Klt IH KNHUNTMl. t(OI , cljmlr wantn noil that b neutral rr Is a natlonnl responsibility which 'Mo good book tolls tin that it la
! Oil KNHIMNO BOIIj KI3HTIMJ ndar y ho. It Is a stifo Htaloniout ought to do mot In full momiuro." "ft well for man to ho alono. Hut
, I that In most casus whom clovor goon Mr, Morodlth advocated actlvo con t would lako a mouth full to cou-
Moro (Jenornl Ue.tuin (o Thin 1ckuiiio out or falls to mukc a fair crop two tlniiatlon of present Inderal ami v'co some of tho henpecked gentry
Necessary Unless Production
Is To Dcclluo
i option, -inero is nouiing now-except
what ban boon foritottoii,"
Mayb tin forago crept specialist of
tho Pnltod Htatos Department of
A DI-llMlll lll-l llinl (llul Hull llnmnlil 1,1
Mins Ferguson will bo soon In thin Wind whua ho made thy statement
plcturo na Gornldlno Seagravo, u
(charming young society woman who
tons of ground llnioslono alt aero State coonoratlon In conimnllnif Hfnio of this fact.
would holp a groat deal, In many road systems with tho systems of
cases this would mako tho dlrforouco ndjoiniue Stales in order Hint, tho You, after all. nro onlv nun nt dm
(Special Information Service. U, 8. between nucconii and full tiro. In othor .working out of an adonuato hlwhway common herd. You havo to admit
Department of Agriculture.) teases llmo may havo to ho supple-; program for tho whole United States & 'h a long tlmo butwoon drink.
. . , , mentod with phosphoric acid or pot- may proceed in an orderly manner. Of courso, If you Insist upon got
uover is tlio moBt Important crop nH,. Tho uso of potash will not ho Ho also advocated tho continuance "K loor slowly, you might stock ud
rm . .kol',"R ! 11. warranted whon tho prlco Is as high 'of work now going forward undor 0,1 Hborty bonds.
OHI7 Acs, Hut porhapo you ro- as It Is, except in tho raro caso when'; tho Federal Aid lload Act.
member that onco when tho Quoon.thls oloment Is decidedly tho limit- "Ah ID21 in tho lmit year covorod A Rood way to begin tho wcjk'
of Franco demanded somothlngnbHo-fing factor. Llmo, however, Is funda-1 by the act," ho said, "it would bo work 1" to bogln by working, and
lutoly now In a frock tho drossmakor . inniital. There In iHinnrntlv tin nun .hlithlv dnidnihln. in mv nhitiinn. f.r never admit tho hohhII.HKv ,.f i.,i
soil. (Uongross to mako provision as ""ing.
promptly as possible for tho oonlin-
Hoouiug red clover on "sour
Uso J''or AlHlko Clover
, has Inherited an Inordluato doslro to
drink from u dissipated ancestor.
Bho Is Wualthy nud much courted
and whon hor gua.rdhiu discovers
that tho girl socnMly Indulges her
craving hy eating sugar Htooped In
cologne, she Is allocked and torrlllod.
If tho farmer can not llmo and tho
land Is worn or "sour." or If the land
Just emoted. Farmers havo been"1! j,Hory drained, low, and dnini,
drift iur awov from H.iv..r. Atim.r- 'siko ciovor sitoiini no Hcotiod. it
ohtlv. kiiinit tt Itintii tuivti ritttii i tt, I IH
uatlou of tho work undor tho pros- No fo(,tl l -ot scarce In tho big
ont system by an appropriation of at c'l'H' You can always got a nquara
least 1100,000,000 for each or tho ,ncftl lf 'ou ha your bank account
four years beginning wltfi '1022." .along,
o . I
h a common practice now to mix v ""fmh , : " " :
tho old truth that olovei Is the mo-t;,"' red , -lover with alR ko for worn economy, i.ecauso tnoir l.usbandn ,0I" llB ,. .. r ; "
1 1 ;irf.
I Imhi lift la I'Hiwivni-liiif
md In his arm, ami the " ,I,"",B V1 B"r,,n 'oto' non'
. iflUrfrot'a wealthy mn,.."l,,, ,,rlnkH U'"SK but
Hthborhood. Stratigolv , """- ..,...,. n,Rrnr
iwo Blrl prove to bo but )V,U"" 1 10 nmM w". ,,, "ur rrl
iur iu mir ro'ini i uc ouier guests no
lug quite unaware of their young
I Miss Ferguson portrays this dllll
cult rolo with discretion taste and
skill. Her emotional scenes aru de
scribed ns being most artistic and
thoy lend much charm and Interest
, to a most captivating story. The
r Dear Ol.arn.or" has that ,HV.0 I"101;081 ,H optionally strong
ami tins is pornaps tho chlor charm
of the photoplay, Miss Ferguson Is'
by an excellent
woulthy miss has heeu
i g at tho Fronch maid,
ry'ls uuw6veu with many
I turns that add greatly to
i t. Tho scenes iu which
iJayed are of groat nat
it. Some' of them were
taken i n a famous Long Island 'es
git ful quality wh'oh a mo-
urn rim !r)HHi nlinrin.
Is rharmlng, th story ,B f 'Ma!!y supported
a'ut the heaullfttl sttr
in which It is played are
manning. "T'other Dear
Is the sort of a production
i loiig r-mttmbtfr.
IN HU.NNY FLOItlDA
General Porehlnir noni-nm to ho
holdliiK tint fairly well. )lo kcIh mi mood labratory or tho Heed laboratory
Inch or two In tho news dlspntches 'f ho United States Dopartmont of
occasionally. I Agrlculttiro will do it. You can't
afford to take a chance by not test
No man can make a success lu llfj '"K It
unless ho begins by believing In him Clovor imnd In mot' commonly
Holf. Tho world's estimate of your now n on winter wheat In tho early
ability Is never higher than your own. I spring. This In ordinarily good prac-
Fortunos nro not made by loafing but If tho wheat Hold was loft
on street corners and making nugges; rough In tho fall tho r.ccd bed may
Important cron for komiim? Mm luiwi " partly run-down laud. Alnlko
proiludlvo, and tho t h-vor atory I ,,,ff!H ,,mw' U)0 ,Mlt " wl11 ,,,lll0
needii to bo told again. I1'1 011 ,a,Ml ,ll,lt wl" nn ,,r,!,K
i-rops demand a noil containing ,'l,,v,r' . ' ,,,H ,H "Pciny into n
four things organic matter, nltro-1 8011 ,H ,,0,h """' and damn,
gfili, potash, pliosphorli! aold. - 0f ourno, soil can be so "sour" that
Of tlieo four esrfoiitlal things. 'v"n nl8,ko w,n ,IW' I'.rovf. In mioh
clover supplleit two, organic miiitar'" ll'"' nothing for It but to
and nitrogen. It can not add phoi-i,lmo or 'I"11 ehivor.
pliorutt or potash, but It can return 0,1 m"" tlml ,lmo but In other
what It taken out. The most Import w,',n ',00r m"' ll,CK organic inatlor,
ant nolul Is that clov.ir In tho irui.'fV "Weft clovor. It .i no uko sow-
i rotation will nuindv tho nltroirnn oc '"K this on "Hour" noil. It won't
I r "11. . . J III tl
l most of It. NuniiiroiH demonstra
lions of that fact have been made
by State experiment stations. Land
on which clovor is grown lu rotation
with othor crops makes bettor yields
than laud on which no clover is
grown. Tho specialists bellovo that
uulesa there In a moro general re
turn to clover productivity will cer
Ilo Hiiro Need Is ltllil.
Hero aro some of the things thv
liny about sowing clover this spring.
Clover need Is high probably CO
cents a pound at retail. Do not
plant It unless you plant It right.
liuvo tlio Hood tested. Tho Slatv
thrive. Ilul with llmo It Is about the
bent clover for poor land. It will
add organic matter ami nitrogen and
ilcavo such a soil lu bolter shape for
tlio following crops. Sweet clovor
seed Is chcapor than rod nud In mnnv
cases a farmer could profitably nub
htlttito sweet clover for red lu tho
The questions Involved In tho Im
portance of clovor methods of got
tlng a Miami, use of lime, and nweot
clovor are only touched on horn,
Any Hlato experiment jilatlon or tho
United Status Department of Agri
culture will send bulletins or addi
tional Information on requoHt,
MOUI-: IIKI.P IN HOAD WOMIC
UHOKD I'OU Vi:.4Ti:UN STATUS
never havo anything to spend.
Advocates Provision for Coiitlnuunro
of l H. Activities Under Federal
Aid Act; 1021 In-! Yvir
Rroaklng bofora highway '-repre
sentative from Western Statoi,
Edwin T. Meredith, Secretary of Agri
culture, stated his belief that lu tho
KMc I crgiiMtn Journeyed to t h ! ",l ,,ro"1 'rurrn nun uiukuik nnggi( " "u", uuu mn
. i nri Hi.ikMij ... ... i . 11,... lit ii iii i fi viirn mil iiiiii iimiihi onnn timv i
South Und Vhcrt, Scenes J ' ',2 of fcH , Ko wn-leT" (iiover 'needs a bed Ki!?1 .dto'T nuTZ
of story Wrm Mimed. n , 0 hn , , (hc that n Hrm beh.w but ,,o and loose gXTyowmn
.... , . . ,'rooofallovll. Hut If so. there' con . " ' u !. " "r '
Whrn the admirers of beautiful illt knowing Unit wo aro all ,?t . ,0?,my.Ho1. . w 0 8(1.. 1 liberal to tho States than Is the cano
Krguson, tho famous Artcraft tarred with tho samo brush. . . ",,.,..., u.1 ." "Ul "llu,"'i Mi n10 r0st of tho counry.
w,.u u,e hum, , W.H. .,, (lk W(J imiHt r(JC(; M (h0 fft
AR AMOUNT AUTCRAFT STAR
"Tho Thlni Wo J,ovo"
AVodnoMlay, March 21, Liberty .Tlicatio
if farmers Would take iih much
palna seeding clover as they do sou'l
1 ii K alfalfa, (hero would bo fewr
As u rule red clovor will not do
well on laud that Is "sour" either
naturally or because It bus been so
long cropped that tho llmo lu tho soli
has been used up. There aro occas
ional exceptions, (Mover ban been
known to do well on laud that had a
llmo requirement of 1,400 pounds
an acre, but this land had been heav
ily manured and fortlllzod. Usually
that tho existence of thesu largo
nreas of Government lands places
these States lu n somewhat different
situation from tho remainder of tho
country," said Mr. Meredith, "and
that It would bo only cqultnblo for
tho Federal Government to Increase
Us percentage of cooperation over
tho present basis, I am heartily lu
favor of continuing tho appropria
tions for tho building of national
forest roads. These forests con
stitute a great natural resourco and
their preservation and development
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