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T II 10 T I M K R - II K It ,1 L I) II V II X H i If A It N H V COUNTY , O It 11 0 O N
HutnnKv, October 2, 1020,
1 . 4
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
eductions ' in Prices of Ford Products
The war is over and the war prices must go. ' Effective at once Ford Cars,
Trucks and Tractors will he sold R O. B. Deiroit at the following prices:
Touring car without starter
with starter . . - . -
I Roadster without starter - -I
" with starter - - -
Coupe with starter and demountable rims,
Track,' Pneumatic Tires
The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they
have on hand immediate orders for 146,065 cars and Tractors.' The company will
suffer a temporary loss while using up the material got at high prices. They are
willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as
quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of tne buying power of 'the country.
Henry Ford say's "The war is over and it is time the war prices are over." There is
no sense in trying to maintain an artificial standard value. For the best interest of
all it is time a real practical effort was made to bring the business of the country
down to a regular pre war standard.
Following this suggestion the Burns Garage will make sweep
ing reductions for cash on a complete Sine of automobile
supplies and accessories which includes
TIRES, GASOLINE AND OILS
This will be a bonifide sale and a guar
anteed money saving proposition for you.
To those who have signed contracts for the purchase of cars, which
have not been delivered, there will be a saving of many dollars.
Our policy of guaranteed work will be strictly followed out and we are at your command
with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders.
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HTATIJ.MHNT OK TIIK OWNKHHIfll'
MuiiuKomoiit, ote.,roo.ulrod Jiy tho
of Congress of August 24, 1012,
of Tho Tlmon-Hontld, published woek
ly, at HuriiH. Oregon, for October 1,
Statu of Oregon, County of Ilarnov.
'lioforu mo, u Notary Publla. In and
ttif tJUy Stato and county aforesaid,
lionioiiully. appourod Julian IJyrd,
who, luring boon ' duly sworn nc
cording to law, purpoacu and saya
. tliat ho is tlio publisher of TJio
j TluiOH-IInrald and that tho follow
lug lu to tho best of li Ih knowledge
and holler, a truo statement of tho
ownership, management of tho uforo
Hald puhllcntou for tho dato bIiowu
In tho ahovo caption roqulrod by tho
Act of CongrosH of August 21, 1912,
embodied lu miction 4 111, PohIuI Laws
and Rogulutlons, printed on tho ro
viiruo of t It Ih form, to-wlt:'
1, That tho name and addrcuH of,
tho inibllHhor, (idltor, managing mil-1
tor and business manager Ih Julian
llyrd, ItuniH, Oogou.
2. That tho owner Ih Julian Hyrd,;
It. Tha tho known boudholdorH,
mortgagees, and othor soourlty hold
inoro of tho total amount of bonds,
mortgages, or othor Boourltlos aru
och owning or holding 1 or cunt or
JULIAN I1YUD, Publisher.
Rworn to and subscribed boforo!
mo thin 2nd day of October, I U 2 0 .
VM, FAltU.O, Nolary Public.
My I'ommlHHlon olr-s May a", 11121
CITY mCCOHDIOIt HMSKiNH
At a Hpoclal inootlnR of tho city
oounoll hold last TuoHday uli;ht, J,
J. PattorHoit, city rocordor, roHlRnod
bin poBltlon to tnl:o(ufl'ont Immediate
ly, It waa accoptod and Sam Moth
ornhoad waa appointed to take bin
pluco tumporarlly. It Ih Ukoly Mr,
Mothomhcad will hold tho position
until tho Novombor oloctlon wbon a
HiicooHHor will ho choaou by tho vot
orH. Mr. Pattnrson la loavitiK for
Nampa, Idaho wliuro ho will locate,
Mr, Mnrcua Uoach, nccoinpanled
by li Ih couhIh, Vtrgll SbloldH, was
ovor from Silver Orook durliiK tho
week, Mr. Uoach baa boon vlsltlnn
with rolatlvoa lu tbla county for nov
Loon M. Brown of tho Harnoy
County National Dank rocolvod a tol
oKram Thuroday anuounuliiK that
Thoa. W. Stojihoua was seriously ill
at tho Hono hospital. No further
word has come Hlnco, Tom was thoro
with his strliiK of race stock and ha I
coiitomplatod Kolni; oaat with thorn
to rnuu ovor tho grand circuit.