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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1920)
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f II K T I M 13 H H ft It A Ti I) It It U N M , II A n V V, T (5 ) 1' N r" , () It 13 (1 O N
No matter lutw t ho election gooa In : t linif lvt'
November, thoro will Mt til bo two
hnnilriHl milt Inn tinotilii Infl who urn
V1I)1Q willing to work or bo worked. Wo'll
Wise an J
Olio of our oxcollont citizen Ih Ym,'Vu 't t0 ,;" 11 "'' f
.... , ,. , our political HpoHbllulors In at limul
Horcly nuwlort those duyfl. Ho wanta ()m roH)0cl Thoy CBU nm,(0 oth(jr
to scare up n laugh ami lm forgotten l)0oplo bollovo a lino of bunk thoy
how to go about It. wouldn't ovon'riroain of bollovlug
T)i!oro'n a vory charming lady In
thin 11 community who onoo, whon
idlghtly tioovod, doulnred that thoro
Ih novor anything In tliln ithoot worth
reading. Homo of thoiio duyii wo tiro
going to run u nice, gontool, compll-
niontary notlco about hernolf. And
thou but It'll woiiiiiii'h prorogntlvo
to cliaugo bur mind without notlco.
ll . LEADERS' f I
PAINTS, VARNISHES. ENAMFL3, Ktc.
Dingy toonm dumpm many a hotuewifVfl
intercut in the homo.
Keeping tho W"ihIvK, vnlln, floor and
futnltttro looking bright ami nw help to
inako her homo llfo vol worth wlillo.
A few dollarn spent for PUM.tilt Prod
nets will work wonders. It will put ''riiyn
of Runslilno" into tho home.
fiorthtftt Httnch Hon ft
at futllanJ, Statltt,
Tatonta, Sffhaitt, Outu
Look Up a
In Yur Tuwm
Than wiih whon moiit any kind of
a foreign iioblomau could pick up an
Amorlcau holroMi moroly by ludlcul
lug IiIh wllllnguoHn to accept hor
along with hor "dough." Now, how
ovor, liandHOiuo chaurToiirH uro much
uioro popular than ordinary dukoii,
prlnoort and couutii.
WaHhliiglou dltmatchon toll mi that
tho coal till nation Ih bucomlug nor
lotix. Our own commoiiHoiiHo tollH tiu
that tho lack of coal Ih bucomlug
muro than scrloiiH-- It will noon bo a
I'arln. thoy toll tin, Ih full of Amor:
loan man and womoii who aro blow
lug moony to tho wIiiiIh In a wild
orgy of fatfhlounhlo dnbaticbory, If
thoy would only blow UioiuhoIvoh
along with thnlr mouoy tho rout of
uh would fool cleaner and leas con
tamluatod by their abiionco,
first: It is sold nt a mod
erate price. You nave when
you buy it.
Svavul: It hns more than the
ordh ury leavening strength,
thcr.lcfc, you use lois.
Third: There are no fail
urv i it always makes the
cwv.tvtt, most palatable of
Fourth: It is used by mil
lioi s of housewives loading
domestic science fcacht is
and coolctng experts.
ILtn f .'!Jl Jlr', 1
. r J
With tho iidv!iit of HUffrago tho
hoitpookod Inmlmnn iihould broatbo a
profound High of rollof. Wouion will
ho too hiiHy Hotting ho Intricate
problouiH of Htato to wiiHto tlmo on
tho minor affair of llfo.
A render wantH to know tho dlffor
once between a politician and a
Rtatonmnn. Wull, wo don't exactly
know, but wo Imnnluo that tho pron
out day politician In a deceinlanl of.
tho old tlmo HtatoHinan, now extinc t
Wo might go a little further and el
-UN I VEH ITV
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Fifth: It is the best Baking
Powder that can Iw rnxhiccil. Wna jj
I'ivc.i liir'cst nwinU 't WoiW'j El
i'orcFoxlLxno9ition.C icogoiPano p?
DfjK ill Parti, Fran c, jj
SixtHi icconuunsoniy liucu v
ioKroulontd ni Imvo ix .1 oiii i.mit v
npr'vl by thcUolUdStaUnFooX V
a ...1. r.
The fincut quality Snkina
Po'vtlor - mi th inMt rcunuiiiM .ii
sn "Ti,m T ti 'iml l.i. "..in That
(Jooi Into the Kiicln-n ToUy." j
IVnind rnn of Cain n,-t contain full U jj
jooz4nitf imkipb powuonjwHiic in .
i'.i7ini-iMliif irtt.r. cnos. lit sine Qj
you l!'tn iwuii(H.lu-t you want it.
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cup .-i. ir, a
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unit, I ten r-u
.fin on j n i co.
rnoii mix in tho
- In ninlolnlnr.l by (bonloto
in nUr llitil Ibn yoinii iio
plf of OrH may rwolvr,
wliliOUt fJUlt.tll llMin(M of
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Ht IUiKtlt"M, nJ rif,il3nl
VVwIi l U. MJkIi (.1 ltllmli,
ArtWllliir, &mmn; Juurnalliin.
IMulk r.J Miltlf.
HliU Uhir' ol rtkolrVlp i
iit tobt kr tU Uctilir, ril
4ulpJ UtrUl J Bbr-17 ol
MMily ICO.CW YoluMrf.,
5utrNd lM,ll l rnu.iit
vry '' llnfl V .rt''lt
kr J wi;r the ilutl-rtfi.
l(h kUI,l,r4 MMilttlrit-
t,mtm4 tr ,)! I -, pr-lM
mI 4ikli o,l. ih l'.il..lly
Jh rlMt mi mm ml
l4 4-lvi.j, um4 rli.itJ
For l'f or lv.r lfurm0o,
I'lilvwritllr m I llitlua
"Capital and Indu stry Keep Out!??
WOULD YOU, .'.S A PATRIOTIC CITIZEN OF OKECON,
I'LACIS SUCH A SIGN ON THE BORDERS OF THE STATE?
That in exact! what you will help to do if you do nothing to
proyent the pnasfi i of measure No. U and 315 on tho November
ljallot entitled, "C nstitutional Amendment Fixing Legal Rate of
Interest in Oregt n '' . ,
This measure proposes to limit the rate of interest in Oregon
to 5 per cent. Yj;: can, by law, fix the rate of interest in Oregon,
but you cannot, Ir- law, force the loaning of money in this state,
when a much high ii- rate can be secured elsewhere. The passage
of this measure wt uld force the withdrawal of the millions of for
eign capital which is today loaned on factories, business and real
estate in the state ; nd send your local money owners outside of the
state to better inv( stments.
Passage of tl is measure would mean foreclosure of thous-
ands of mortgages ; would result in financial paralysis, and would
mean widespread unemployment.
You, no doul t, understand the viciousness of this measure,
but have you talkt d to your neighbors and friends about it? We
urge you to do everything you can to defeat this measure. Ore
gon's reputation ;.s a sound state for investments requires that
this measure bo'ov3rwhelmingly defeated.
VOTE 315 X NO
AMD URGF YOUR FRIENDS TO DO LIKEWISE
STATE TAXPAYERS LEAGUE
in iilnic a Utile more Hourly, and
Mule (hat tho alltuy gruou worm that!
dnvoiim our cabbagim In (ho orfttprlng
ol oiio of tho moat lieiuillftil 'bf all
wlngoi' croaturoH tho multl-colorod
LaduV Monogram Stationery Here
Wo had iiorowud our. coilrngo up to
tho point of buying a Llzzlo, whon .
Henry (ueorod tho gamo by reducing
tho prlco boforo wo could turn tho
trick, Hut now, rathor limn bo call
ed a cheap one, wo'll Imvo to fall
back on a Packard. Darn Henry! ,
When an Irato citizen getii on bin
high lioritifcanil ordorH bin paper atop
pud bo riiMboH right over and bnrrowa
Ii(h uulghhor'M copy, to hmo what we
havo to way about It. Thoy JuhI can't
get along without a lit tin editorial
hiiiimIiIiio ovoti when thoy are ravel
ing In vlrliiotiM cIoiiiIh of dtinpprorul
fo the oiiormltloH of (ho murk and
gentle editor. All of which In iioiao
complimentary to y ed, but rathor
rought on the neighbor.
Kill That Cold With
' CASCARA' QUlNiNE
UUU, CaukIis 'OM Ia (irippo
Ntftlf.ctl Ccl&i r.rc- Danaoruut
Tiilm no rbnneiw. TJao t: la tUMCatd renod? l-rnuly fjr thi ftrai uw.
DrMkt 1 1 n rotit In ?4 1 oun- Rtflovcu
arlpj l: ,1 Cjiyn r-cllnt U r H(tacl-.
p"t"lr lo iWn foHS ,1 rt nfltct i.cuii-Cnrt la tMt Tunic
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL ST
THE UNIVERSAt CAR
Jhc Ford Sedan with electric starting and lighting system and
demountable rims with 3-inch tires all around, i3 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 in and look it over?
The comforts of an electric car with the economy of the Ford.
tf&2:rW- pttptg tn Aiy a nr?
we made this
cigarette fcr ycu!
CAMELS fit your cigarette de
sires so completely you'll agroo
they were made to meet your taste!
Unique flavor, fragrance and mol-low-mild-body
due to Camels qual
ity and expert blend of choice Turk
ish and choice Domestic tobaccos
are a revelation! You will prefer the
Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
With Camels you can go the limit
without tiring your taste. They
leave no unpleasant cigaretty after
taste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor!
To get a line on why Camels win
you so completely compare them
puff-for-puff with any cigarette in
rC;"iAaW tne world at any price. You'll pre
fer quality to coupons or premiums!
UlCYNOl.ns TOUACCO CO.. Wlnstoa-Snltm. N.C.
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