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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1920)
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MtH T I M B fl H .W Tl A 1) B 0 K N, 8 , II A It N K Y COUNTY, OREGON
READ 'EM AND WEEP',
t ACE COURT IN BASEBALL'S BIGGEST SCANDAL
Tltytitro No wo.
(Continued from pngo two)
could htiyo Htolcn tho muiiuy?"
"Suroly not 'Fatty'." "Hut how could
ho lmvo bought duoIi u cootly ring
for tho wldow'u diiughtor on hugIi a
moARor salary?" Tho vlllngo tongues
bbgln to wng nnd tho flngor of tula
truat Is pointed nt "Fatty." llut tho
widow will not bollovo It, though tho
conntiiblo In lnidotont; nor will tho
poutniiuitor, who, havliiK hooh "Fat
ty's" luttor, wlron tho mnll ordor
company for full jmrtfoulurH.
"Fatty," howovor, Ignorant of It
nil, In nu playful uh a porpulxo mid
tho night of tho ball ho lit tho life of
tho party. IIIh mull ordor nult cauHoit
no oml of oiivtouii comment. HUH,
lit tho oyuri of tlio vllliu;o gowilpn, It
Ih only further proor of lilii mulilun
proHpurlty itnd ndi nnothor wallop
to tho itolar ploxun of lilti Innocoiico.
llut tho IhUl I or ItddloB ntid tho ditnc
toon on, only to bo Intorruplod by
tho coucort, whi'ro local talent iiIiIuob
and "Fatty" fairly iidntlllatoH.
llut tho coimtablo Utchtt a liolu In
"FntlyV honon by oponly iiccuhIiik
him of tho tboft and It In not until
tho clor'k gains HUlllolont eourugo to
"nttueal" on tho contitabto anil ro
turn tho wldow'u monoy that "Fatty"
Ib Hot right In tho oyoB of hlHuwuot-
hoart and tho community thun fur
nlnhlng a happy undliiK to two roolo
of furoiiH fun.
In "Tho Haywood." Honcoo "Fntty"
Arbucklo, ably nimlntud by IiIb fain
ottn caiHno frlond "Luko," Iibb madu
"SlapRtlck" an artl
Boo It nt tho Mborty next Wod
The crt&teat caadkl of the Unbill world has been partly un
coTered In the coafeMlos or a numbor of tho champion Chicago Whits
Box eight of whom are Indicted charged with accepting brine to
"throw" garaM la the 1918 world ecriee with Cincinnati. "Chick"
Oandll. who wa formerly with tha touui, la named aj tho chlof Uxor,
Joo Jackaou (left) undUd Clcottn (right), tho Hrat two to have coil
fewed. Claude WIlllateB. "Buck" Weaver. "Hut" Folch, Cuurlou
Itisborc and Fred McMullla aro the other fivo uo far numcd. .,
TlB nnld that an amlcablo BOttlo: All of our wIho and nvtutu polltl-
mont of tho Irlah nuoatlon Ib a poa-.ciatiH aro Htrong for lolling tno wo
Nihility of tho futuro. Quito futuro,
"You never sa&
such a g'lrl"
Liberty Theatre WednoHday
1IKHHIA NI'I ,YI I inTwi I KAT
men vote now that thoy aro going
lo volo nnyway.
A lloBBlan fly Invasion Ib report
id by deorgo Kablo, agricultural ag
ont of Ilonton county. "IMow deep
and rarly mid plant late," Ib given na
the only known control. If proiiont
tho fly can bo found by pulling up
tho Htubblo and Htrlpplng down tho
leave lo the rootn. where It may ha
Neon oh a little brown cocoon that
' lookH like a flax need.
A Tip to the Men Folk
How would you like golden brown
ttt- pancakes or pulTy waffles every m6fn-
I . 1
ing l ncn try or. iging nome a pacKngc
(ftWfjZnfl?. Pnncal. Flour. Suggest it be
mixed .w;itlnecjual y jrts wateror milk and
pJt'on the griddit. You'll be surprised
so will every one else. Takes but a
jiffy to make a roal batch of pancakes.
Once the Pancake Flour jjets in your
faL pantry it makes way for OiJOTlflE Hour
and VBISJSW Wheat Hearts, too.
The (TCTSIiUe line also Includes the following scl
eatifically prepared ntock and poultry feed;
SCRATCH PKKD II )I!SB FKKI) HOC l'KLl
ECC MASH S OCK FKKI) UAIRV FEED
CRATE FATTEN El! MJLASSES FEED CALK MEAI.
JJBY'S LAST LAUGH
NiMiu of (he biwiobnl! osports
or eoultl ''boo" Hobby Wllbert
'tmon'o Hrooklyn UodKorn an
' na) Lcuctio pitinnnt wlnnort
tho omwu opunefi laoL April,
ho Didrrh u out In front
iiroivlnc iiluti? toward their
. a iiuiiur.t t))0 other butnfi
unoiu tho Bumc uumpoctort
VIiIiikh aro l)0);liinlii to look JiihI
a llttlu Bhalty for uu rleli blooilti.
Hut we'll lot tho olerkB and tho men-1
neiiKorH do tho worrying.
How that they have attained tho
omlnencu of political HovurolKnly wilt
the IikIIoh romovu thuir IiiUh in tlx
proBonco of Kentlemen?
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA El QUININE
Coldi, Coughs 'OMV
NeRlcctcd Colda nr'o Dangerous
TUo tut clmnccn. Koop thl.i ntnndrtid remedy handy for xhi nrnt nnt-,
VwoUn up n cold In 24 hours Hetleveu
Orippo In a dayo Excellent for Iluulnclte
Qtiliilim In thin form c'ocn not'oiTcct tlio baud Caacuru Jo Uet Tonic
I.xniiv No Opluto ih Hfli'o.
ALL DRUGfclSTS SELL IT
TOE UN I VERS At CAR
The Ford Scdnn with, electric ttarting and lighting system and
demountable rims with 3-inch tires all around, is the ideal family
car because of its all-around utility .and refined and comfortable
equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass windows. An open car
in the spring, summer, and early fall. A closed car in inclement
weather and winter. For theatre parties, for social visiting, for
touring, and for taking the children to school, it is just what you
want. The low cost of operation and maintenance is not the least
of its charms. A regular Ford car, simple in design, strong in con
struction, and durable in service. Won't you come ill and look it over?
The comforts of an electric car with the economy of the Ford.
" ;BURNS, OREGON
I III I ..r-.Ll ' ' . I I
WHO is the "purchasing agent" of your
family? We'll wager the "lady of the
house" docs most of the buying. Is she de
ciding on Oregon-made products and help
ing to make Oregon a better place in which
The long and varied list of quality articles
made in Oregon includes almost everything
. For the larder ,
1'RfiPARED M HATS
. ; tie clothing lines
UATS AND CAPS
13UY OREGON PRODUCTS
Associated Industries of Oregon
. - m ,1 I 111 lk II ft.
And then there art