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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
Hat.mlay, .Tuly 51, lfKIO.
T I M K H - H K It A 1. I
The Times- Jferald.
4Ua Tks Largntt Circulntton Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
We are prepared to take care of your
wants during the haying season. Our
grocery stock covers every requirement
Special attention given all large orders
Saturday, July HI, 1020.
Gents Furnishings f .n r aU WIma Dry Goods, Produce)
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tl.y li. K, McDiitili'ls County Auont
Ilnrnuy County Llvenlock ami Arc
jrfculturnl Fair Hopt. HO. Oct. 1 mill
Premium lint now on tlio promt.
"Will tiu routly for illHtrllnitlou thta
Iluriioy County IiuhIiiuha men with
.nintonmry llonrullty uro olfHiittliiK
tnunlt ittnount of ivmli available for
firomtuuiH liy loiiittlou of upoclul
Homo IiIk wortli while prciuluiUH
ttr Individual and community ox
Mtiltn of farm productH uro IioIiik
.frol. 8nv your Krulu and j;niHH
All bundles of Brnln and ktuhhoh
.hould bo 4 luuhoH In dlamotor out
jt boforo rlpenliiR, wrap In iiuwh
?upcr and bang head down In hIukIu.
Tlio County Nurno jmyn tho bullion
s.TTi Harney ('ountloH boot crop and In
offering ciihIi prison for bent bullion
'm two cliiHHeH A I)1uq ribbon goon
iy tho winner hi en oh ctaHH.
Tlx County Agont Ih hotting thoro
DO YOU 'MEMBER
Tho day Fat and you found tho big tramp dog (tho ono that you
mndo tho humous for) 7 'Motnbor how ho followed you homo ft out
tho woodn wlu-io you'd beau IIhIiIii'? You tried to iIiumc him rtwuy two
or throo tlmoa and ho'd only run back a llttlo why and Mtnnd nmt look
nt you. And tlnnlly you lot him conto up to you and bo wno all mud
and emollod IIUo ho'd boon havlu' a (uhaoI with a nlumk, And Pat
Bald: "Coma on, what you nay wo koop him." 'Monibor how bo
Jumped all ovor you aftor you docldod to tnko hint homo? 8ooinod n
though lio undornlood all about It. And JiihI about tho tlmo you got
nonr tho Iiouho Kal Hnyn, "Do you 'npoRo yor mothor'll lot you keep
hlm7" And Junt about then you hoard Ma'u familiar yolco: "No, I
bould say not; don't you darn bring that filthy croaturo another Inch
nearer this houso!" UMJNK und all tho Joy of life How, and ovon
the dog'n oars dropped, and you looked nt Put and Fat looked at you.
And then began tho plea for tho dog. 'Mombor how you promised Ma
that you'd novor lot liltn In the houso and you'd oarn all tlio money to
feed him and about fifty othor promisee, and after a while she ays,
"Well, go on, but take him somewhere and, give him a hatnj that
fcwful amell will be all over your clothes." Ohl .boy member how
Jot! felt then! And tho dog begun waggle his tall and you went back
of the house aad gave him ecrubblu'. w
ylll ho moro pure bred llvoHtoek
visowu than bublcK. How about It ? ! Oregon Pltir, which U already on tho It will havo a dally capacity of r.0,000
So much for tho fair now. This J high sons. Thoxo two Hchooner.
Ai'u Is In receipt of InuulrleH n- which woro purchaHod from tho Hlilp
Trdlnt; Imyjind picture for sale. If I ping hoard as IiuIIh and completed
UmereMtcd write and give number of
vmiH and kind of hay and acreage
miHture with rock bottom ranli
by Ormit Smith & Co.. aro tho only
deep-neii vohhoIh owned In this Mtalo.
'i'o keep down tho prlco of gloves
In splto of tho high coxt of leather,
tho HlmmoiiH Olovo Manufacturing
Company of this city Iiiih atarted
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The Portland Itubbur MIIIh, oiio or
Oregon'H Infant' IndliatrleH, Iiiih hero
to foro been obliged to engage In a
jobbing IiiihIuchh In order to koop
going, and Iiiih Hold ii quant Ity of
mlNL'ellaneoiiH rubbed gooda from
tho "outsldo." Now tho company haa
announced that heticoforth It will
hoII nothing but Its own product.
The high prlco of augnr Ih result
ing In a brink demand for canning
purpoHOrt of a ayrup manufactured by
Connor & Co. of Portland. The syrup
costa Ichh than sugar and Is declared
to bo equally efficacious for preserv
ing fruits for future reference.
A Word to Sheepmen
(Continued from page one)
provided, that It has a maturity of
foot, Working ono shift.
Though tho strawberry crop In
Hood Itlvor Is only about CO percent .,... .,,-., ,... froII ,,,
of last year's In volume, If Is !!-' ((f mH,oll,, or purchase."
od that the higher prices being paid j A ()f lfl fu ropHr, vm ,,
this year will bring a greater total from , (,(lUhy Arm ,, te.
return for tho crop than uvor before, (1,P)1t
X X- I ,rlJ4 jM U, jimtttior Instance of
If Oregon merchants would see to ! , , .irim,rjlnil ,.m, Pimlinriioii
utilizing all tho little scraps of loath- It that 2f percent of their stock was! , .,, . fo .. farmer and
er that were formerly thrown away, jmndo In Oregon, there would not Lioeknion of the nation.
allon of the Hurnoy County Live
iitock AHHoclatlon on Heptombor 20th
and also assist by every means In
their power In tho organization of
the community and county- Farm
& Folding Cot
Iil(iilre at this olllce.
The Albany chamber of commerce
Jm, )iuleavorlng to secure from tho nil (;ltl()r n w ,nnufnctiirlng method ,enouh workmen In the state
ompanlos n sulllclen.t supply of ills-
nWlate to run agricultural machinery
tfa the farms of this section of tho
tloverumeut experts In Washington
have reported that Max grown In the
'JClllumette valley compnres favorab
ly with that produced anywhere In
"Hie Armstrong Hrothers Manu
CfuUur'ug Company of Chicago, which
wt'tflnllzcs In high grade mechanics'
cools, Iiim Just ac(ulred a second
cr.isl ol laud on Young's Hay. Tho
fiw now owned by this comtiany
hah a water frontage of 1(200 feet.
l.i HOI) feel deep and contains about
20 acres. Tho purpose In which the
Uo will be put has not been an- '
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The Ice famine which prevelled
at lloiiil for a week was ended by the,
arrival of a tOO-pound drum of
nmiuoula. Arllflclal Ice could not be i
t.n..Mii ,.l..i,.ii at la If tiwtntif tttt it
jiisi noopieo, uieso uny scraps nrojmiiKe me products, rno resuu wouiunH )(ILmt,j t0 t, 0xtent of hun-
tnaiio into satisfactory ami sorvieo--no more worKinen, nigger payrolls ,,r,,(,H Jf not thounands of dollars by
nble leather facings for canvas and more business for everybody lnj,,0 worj of (,(, woo BH()Cntion
",ov,,s- . ! "ft,, l"t'ily nerchauts. , work,K wt l() NnUolm Kftrm nur-
. . . X X . , X 'X I oau In this ono Instance alone.
Portland has been selected by tho More Hood Itlver apples will boex-, )()1K tril0 jt Ml0U,i bu tho
Texas Gulf Hulpher Company as Its , ported than sold In the domestic mar-, n(m ((f n(ch (1ul V(jry Ml(,upnm j,,
distributing point for tho uiitlro.kot this year. In tho opinion of 1 ,hft t.outy , Rt behind tho organlz
Northwest. Hulpher Is to be brought jllood Itlver ugent of a London fruit (
In luotorshlps from tho Gulf of Mex- company. Tho Kngllsh 'itpplo crop, i mmmm mmm m!m
I co and distributed from there by he says, Is only about 2ft' percent of -m
rail. Kail and water terminal facll-' normal, which condition "will force
Itlcs provided thoro nro given by of-'the export market to high levels.
Ilclals of tho coiiipauy as the reason - X X
for their Holoctlon of this port, and' Tho llushiier Lumber Company of
are declared to be superior to the North llend, has started construction
facllltleK of any other port on tho of a smokestack 1 10 feet high with
Pacific. 'a diameter of 10 feet at the top
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The new Labor Temple and the I Work has started on a three-story
:t,0O0,oon plant of Montgomery, i fruit packing plant at Myrllo Creek
Ward H Co., now under construction for tho Oregon Growers' Association :
In Portland, will be monuments to i -X-X !
the Motility of Oregon-made building 1 Probably the largest leather holt In '
material. Moth structures urn being the world Is ono iiiiulo by the Davis-
built principally of concrete brick Hcott Helling Company of Portland!
niikiiiifucl iireil lliern frimi OroL'on nml mitt- In nun In lint mill nf Ibe '
uuinufucturcd because of u shorl tge PIllt. ,.,.,, , ,1
of'ainmoula and tho population w,ts
placed on "Ice rations." ,
The Bant vaporizing manifold, a
Portland man's Invention, which on
a.blitn Ford cars to use either gaso
line, dlstlllatu, kerosouo or all three
a fuel, Ih being manufnetured by the I "
Vnn;lin Motor Works and distributed
a u commercial Hcale.
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QPIHhU of the Long-Hull Tliulur
Ciimwiuy. whlfh n fHW mnuihs ago
puTchuxed about two billion fut o(
fi.ii r j,i itL. ruwlitt rlvir ImMln. are
pii'f-t r.'HK In I'ortliuid after llispacl
liiK vnrUn: mill a' ten. and an anuniin
ovnieui u to whece innr when cutting
rf ibis vat amount of timber will bu
mi rud it. uxpueted shortly.
'ilic purtland Hug (Company han
bin Toreed by trade duiuaudii- to In
rreuo Its eHpaclty for the third time.
A now rug-uiaklng inaflhlue, said to
k tlie only ono or Its kind went of
Chleugo, Is being Installed.
A new Hot of machluory Is being
limtallud in the. plant of tho A loo
Wood Products Company at Albany.
This company, whose principal occu
imIIoii Ih making silos, started with
tour ineii and now employs 20.
IPurchnnlug agents from all parts
rTf tin Northwest are making reserva
t.luiw in Portland to stock up with
Orogou-niado goods during IJuyors
Weelc, August 9 to 14.
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Unlit of Orogon tlmbor, laden with
n. full cargo of Orogon lumbor, and
owned and managod In Portland, tho
nrtx-mnBted echoonor Orogon Fir will
mJt to noa for Australia In a few
days, following her suitor Hhlp tho
White Pino 'Lumber
pa.'tyV new mill on Hwen Lake, Klam
nth F.-ills, will foon begin operation
Weed Lumber Coiniian.v. at Weed
Cel. The belt Is 250 foot long, fill
Inches wldo and sold for about $12,
OQO. This one belt formerly covered
the bodies of 093 husky steers
Save Your Eyes
RANGE HORSE MARKET
Campbell fr Rmm Sc Weatern Sales Stu'olcs Co.
HI. I.onls Nullomil StixU Yiinl", HI.
25,128 Head Sold inl919
To Hauchmeu who have llauge HomcK and Mules to ship, wo
wIhIi to say that our market will offer tho best outlet, HiIh season
of any market In the country.
Our facilities for bundling Haugo Horses are the best and mo.tt
exteiiHlvo to bu found anywhere. The very largo number sold by us
last year Is conclusive evidence that wo havu tho buyers. Bhlp us
any kind, but bo careful und not ship anything but ones (hat aro ful.
MIL I. C. (JALLl'P, or Omaha, Nebraska, Is now connected with
this company, he having realized that our market orfers the host
opportunities In thu United Stated for range business and that It
was to his Interest and that of his shippord to transfer his buHlnesii
Hulow aro tho datoa of our Special Bales for thu coming houhoii.
Consign your horses and mules to Campboll & Hold & Western
Bales Btablos Co, Arrange your shipment to start 12 days before
4th Bale, Tuesday, Aug. 10
Gtb Bale, Tuosday, Aug.' 24
(Hli Sale, Tuesduy, Sept. 7
7th Balo, Tuosday, Sept. 21
8th Bale, Tuosduy, Oct. 5
9th Sale, TuoBdgy, Oct. 19
Write or wlro for uny special Information.
I, C. Gallup, Nampa, Idaho.
Western Iteprcsentatlve for Campbell & Held
Kyc Htrnln cmisr ht'iulnclios,
ncrvotiHiicHH anil other trou
bles. I lit tf!n.s.Hos accurately
All Work Ciuttrantcnl.
OHlcc with Dr. II. F. Smith
JSentiment Exists In Business
In the rush of the busy busi
ness day' theood principle of
couitesy is easily overlooked.
Sometimes a business institu
tion appears to be a cold machine
instead of an organization of
warm-hearted, human, regular
fellows most business people
Every courtesy, every order,
no matter how large or small, is
worthy an expression of appri
ciation. Our wish is that this may ex
tend our sincere thanks for the
business you entrust to us and to
make you feel that we are always
at your service.
Tires Sc Tubes
We are Experts In the Scientific Adjust
ment of Everything Connected with a Car.
UNIVERSAL GARAGE CO.
During Summer Months
We intend making specials of one or two articles
every two weeks ,
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
For Two Weeks Only
Beginning Monday, July 19, 1920
Wash Hoards - 45c.
Griffith & Skelley Co. Asparagus, can 20c.
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager