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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1920)
fllH T I M K H - It m It A It D
II U K N , HARNMT
ftattirtty, tfoinmhrr 7, Its,
JOUN'l'IIM WITH I1AUM
AtJHNlU IN Vll HVAtm
MAJLM UHMT HltOWW
Tfcoaa ooaatfa of Oregon wkloh
ava coMiity agoutu and farm bureau
ro cortala to make greater agricul
tural progress and bring mora proa
parity ta their farmers than thoso
which fearo neglected thlu flotd of on
rfoarer. A. groat advance haa bona
wrula in kuowledga of bow to operate
lnn bureau or mauago a county
an imt's office no an to got tho mast
num of practical bonuflt to thu coun
ty. Tho old notion that ono county
agent was a wort of know it nit Hinar,t
.Alec Iiifltructor of practical farmers
how to farm theoretically Im oxplod
o(I. Tho county AKont lu now a sort
of errand boy for tho bout farniorH
if tho county anil for tho bout prac
tical farming methods reported from
other couutltm, no tho information
uk to how tho boHt practical farmers
ran ho Hproud around. I Iu nlno Ih a
sort ofa chief clerk to holji the farm
tTH nuonu to u lot or imimiiohh co
operatively. Also ho Ih a sort of a
jtcorntnry Tor tho main farm orgaul
tttlon of tho comity, the Kami
Hureau, fluaucod and run by tho
progroHHlvo farmorn thctUHolvun. Also
Ik a sort of a handy man who In
called on for all manner of, lawful
services by practical furuioru. Incl
dantly he Ih a Oodsund to tho new
comer, or tho uovico, who noroly
iiimmIh to ho put In touch with hoii
nlblo farmliiK practice ho hh to Have
hlmxoir from the crudest kind of
mistaken ami unnocosnary'loHHON. No
bother Investment' In made by tho
taxiwyow of any county than the
wlmro It pay of tho'HaWy and ox
iwiinu of a ijualifleiircounty agent.
There are now only eight counties
In tho Htnto of Oregon thnt now have
neither county agent or farm bureau.
Grant county Ih one of, the eight, but
tho county court Iiiih 'Included In the
budgut this year tho num of .$2700
to dorruy" tho expenson of a county
agunt Oregon Voter
OWPKItATIVlU' MILK .'lO',AT
pkovks .strricssi vi, is pa.
With the UHslntauco of tho Dairy
DlvMloti of tho United Hlate I).)-
jmrtment of Agriculture,
of Agriculture, tho dalrv-
men In Dubois. 'Ph.. ro conducting
a winiraUvo mllk-llstrlHlftiig,nlniit
Willi decided nurd). As the owners
are primarily produuem and uufusnll
lur with the IiusIiiohm 'of mlllt dl
trlbutlon, tho Dairy Division keeiw In
touch with tho work being done, and
mlvlitoH thu Hlookholdor'ri In regard to
tho management of the huHluorH.
airnllar aHlHtancft Ih given to other
organlrutloiiH. whether cooperatively
or privately owned, whenever ro
quoACud. The price whluh the fnrniorn :i
for their, product Im diitermliUKl by
dlvld Wig the net rwvlpta from mi of
milk, after deduction for operating
xpuutMM and sinking fund, among
tho fKrmnrM Iu proportion to the
najoiint and (tuallty of milk lUv
Jmvo r-onpoi'tlvely brought to thu
plant. .Starting In July. 10 17. with a
liiitlniMM of only 800 tuurt they are
now haudlluir over 2.000 o,unrt dally
and have huen paying romarkably
ood prlocx to the membora. The en
hanced profltH worn not the result of
high uhargoa to coiiHUmera, but of
iconomlort brought about by coopera
tion. hucIi an reducing the number or
delivery wagomt. The cooperation of
producer in one cohotii Iiiih ahio
iiuabled them better to handle the
' ; . . i
problONU of HiirpliiH and Hhortnge of
milk. Tho riupply Iiiih been kept ade
quate to tho demand; and at tho
name llino the quality ban been more
uniformly HatlHfnctory than formerly.
SIiM-4) luHt February tho price al
lowed for any particular milk Iiiih
Inson 'bKHed on Hh hutter-fat content.
All milk Ih oxpoctod to have at leant
:.'Q per cent of fat, and for thlw
milk tho in I n I id it rn price Ih paid. For
nvory one-tenth of 1 per cent or fat
above tho .1.25 there Ih an additional
Allowance of 4 conta per iuuden
wolght. Tho Dlntrlct or Oregon lloadquart
trH U, B, Marino Corpn Iiiih received
tho Victory Modaln for dlHtrlbutlon
among all Kx-Marlmm In the Htato.
All that Ih necoHHary to uoouro thU
beautiful omblom of Victory which
ovory man who Horvod with tho Mar
inen during tho war js ontltlod to,
In to mail your diHchurgo certificate
by registered mall to the U. B. Mar
ino Itecrultiug Station, 3n & Aider
StH., Portland, Oregon, and your dis
charge will bo Immediately relitruod
to you accompanied by your model.
Tho dlnchargo certificate ntiiHt bo en
lnrm)d by thin ofrce In ordor for mod
ul to bo awarded.
Thin olllco Iiiih a medal for ovorv
Kx-Marlno Iu Oregon, apd tho hooimt
thoy Hotid In their dlmjhargeH, the
iHooriur Ihuy will receive tho modalH,
10. H. Ilummoud, Ouptalu, USMC.
In Ohurgo Dlut. of Portland,
DON'T MAKH MAUTYIIH
OK TIltfM, IWLKHt
The rocont oloctlou proved beyond
11 doubt that tho revolutionaries,
Uohtherlnta and all others who haro
been chomlng at civil war in the
Unltod State and tho overthrow of
our government, didn't got Tory far
with tho mass of tho Amurloau poo
pie. Thoy haro made great apraar
for two yoars, but when It oataa to
the point of allowing us tfany had
uome powor, thoy wore loitt In tho do
logo of votes thnt wnro east without
any thought of thorn.
You would haro oxpoctod that
good-nnturod, personally popular but
mistaken 'Gone I)ob, tioolallst can
dldnto for pronltlont, would haro got
ten a very targe vote an u matyr, but
IiIh comparatively Hinatl Increatio wan
due to thu normal lucreanu In tho
total vote. And Merger, tho cnarne,
blatant revolutionary from Mllwau
kee, iiIho went down to defeat aftor
a throo-yours' campaign to get Into
Tho American people are not tak
ing ordcrn from IliiHnla not even
Now that we know that the heart
of the plain people Iiiih not been cor
rupted by tho civil wnrlntH, tlolnhe
vIhIh, terrorlntH and aiiarchlNtH, tho
time hay arrived to take revolution
arleH HcrlouHly only when It Ih nocos
nary. If thoy violate our lawn by
cohsplracy or therwlnu, carry the
law Into effect against them Mternly.
If they try terror, hucIi iih thu Wall
Ht explosion, hang them when they
have been given it lawful trial and
duly found guilty.
Hut when they do nothing but talk
give them the laugh and let them
tulk their fool heads off.
Don't make martyr of them more
ly because they have a lluu of con
vocation In their cheats that Insists
on getting out. Kvon thu worst
doctrine can he madu great by tho
denial of free speech.
KIDS WITH TIIK KIDS
The children In a certain homo wo
1 might mention Huldom gel lonoHopiu.
j They havo little denlre for tho aban
don of thu Htreet, which Ih ho dear to
moHt children of their ago.
Hut there Ih a roanou.
In their hotii of relaxation tho
pttreiitu forgot thu yearn that havu
ilown and cull up the day of their
They enter Into nportn with their
children, und lake an Interest In
thoHe thlngH which' pleanu thu little
They are comradei iih well hh par
eutH. and lHefaUHU thuy.nru nuch the
child doon nut find It ncCoHHary to
drift away from home In nearch of
Til Im training policy of thu pnrentH
has lla heiioflclal rtMiilta In two wuyH.
ThroiiKh conatMiit Intimate con
tact their own aupurlor knowledge
Ih gradually Impartud to the children
each day In a maimer a child can
And It keepH thu freahniHHi of
youth In their own mature hmirtM.
For, afton nil, people aro only iih
old un tlmy fuel.
iimui: and Tiii.iti:
Voung man, If you have a good Job
In the country, hang onto It.
It you want to walk the ntruetH
week after weuk In a frultloHK Hourch
for work, go to one or thu big cHIoh.
Newnpupern aro not parading tho
ruct, but thoHO who uuilerntiind con
dltloiiH In the lurgo cities can tell you
thnt, omployern are luylng off their
help' In Increiinlug numborri overy duy
and thu end Ih nowhere In night.
A good country Job Iiiih many at
The urmy of tho unemployed has
Yoh, wo Junt knew tlio womon
could adapt thomnelven to clrcum
Htancen. Thoru wasn't oven a pow
der puff provided for thu Htutfy old
voting boothH and yet tho dear thlngH
mulled Hwootly through It all.
We, too, aro becoming a llttlo roHt
Iohh. Wo want a Job that Ih all pay
and no work,
Ladies' Monogram Stationery Here I
TlMHIiY I AUM 1IINTH
(lVoa Dopartinout im? Ittduatrlal
JoiuiiiUIhiii Oregon AfricultMr
Solla, O. A. 0. Twice aa much
nitrate la contained iu ground which
haa beau worked woll a In ground
that hiui not boon worked properly.
Tula waa proVou by aa experlmont
conducted by the Bhoraau coanty
branch aUtlon which ended on Hoo-
tembor 1, Tho tost waa with land In 1
autnmor fallow, and It was found
that all regotatlon must be kept
down to got tho boHt roHUlte.
rarra urop, u. a. u. uroy win -
tor oatn will stand later, planting
than wheat or barloy, and on floldn nplrlt In him.
where planting Ih cotiHldorably delay-, And In It not dlrlno to ho oiiIIiuIhI
oil bettor roHiiltn will be obtained nntlc7 Faith divine itiovoh moun
from grey oatn than from any other tnitiH and no doim unthulHliiHUi. Hut
coroal. j how fow of uh realize It. Indeed,
Farm Mechanlcn, O. A. C Itndla- tho editor of thin nowiipapor IndloveH
torn may freeze even In early fall
weather and caiiHu much trouble and
delay. Tho Hnfimt way in to drain
the radiator In tho evening and In
the morning again rill It tip with
warm water to help Iu ntartlng.
Ilaetorlology, 0. A. C Many Hiim
plirn of contaminated drinking water
from wuIIh In the iitalo are being re
ceived by (IiIh department. Bee that
tho wuIIh aro Iu nuch a place (hat
they aro not subject to any Houpugo
.1... V.. .. - a.
irum wm mini oi iiiiiiioiines, nay
Hiife by Houdlng a Hiunplo or the
water to tho ucafoHt laboratory iitu-
Hon to have tented for bacteria. Thin
may mivo a large doctor bill.
Timi Veart Of Huir-iliig
In Again Well Mining-
"To feel well and ntrong after
mirroring constantly for ten yearrla
a happy experience, and I am Indebt
ed to Teniae .for this iiHtonlHhlug
change In my condition." said J. ('.
Holitintn, of Mllwaukow, Orugou, In a '
"During all tluwo years my nppe-
tlto wan poor and my sloiutieh wan no
badly (Unordered that there were
vuiy fow thlngH I dared oat. and
what I did out seemed to do me harm
luatuud df good. I finally got to
where I actually dreaded to cat am
thing, for utter mealn I wan minor
able for bourn. I bloated up with
gau and -hurt ho I couldn't stand my
belt around my waist. These palnn
annoyed me enpeclally at night, and
I woke up In the morning reeling no
bad I could hardly straighten up. I
could Holdoui ever get a good nlght'n
rent on account or my kldueyH, and I
often had nuch hluirp paliiH In my
back that I could hardly stand them
"No one neouied to understand my
case, and I took so much medicine
It looked like I would buy nut the
ilrugatorM, but nothing gave me more
limit temporary relief. I wan Just I
about at the end or my row when I
Htarlud taking Teniae, but by the
time 1 had taken two bottlim I felt
a wonderful Improvement. I have
now taken nix bottlim and my moiii
aeh and kliltieyn'aru Iu fine condition
and 1 reel .hotter than In yearn. All
that trouble from gu, paliiH In the
back and stomach, wakerulnesn and
woakuoHH have loft mo completely.
I am ho grateful to Teniae for the re
Monition of my health that 1 can
hardly think of wordn Htrong enough
to exproHH my foollugn." '
Tanlac Ih sold In Hums by Hood
IlrothurH, und In Crane by Crano
Mercantile Co. Adv.
Thin world In Hill or people who
believe In the fifty-fifty game. Thoy
want tho first fifty In advance and
thu other on dollvery.
ThU country hnu produced hoiuo
great workH of friction In puut yearn,
but nothing to compare with that In
dulged In by city inorchuntn Iu "ex
plaining" their reduction In prlcun,
An admiral ban boon chonun regent
of Greece, and horo'n hoping ho con
tinuuH to flout,
WH HANM43 MKAT8
of choice grades only, What ovor
you buy horo you'll find tondor and
tontliRome. You may think that
choice quality moauH higher coat.
I low thoroughly mlatakon you aro
will bo proven with your first ordor.
W. OAHII MAHKKT
liKI'H AI.Ij 1'IIT A
Why la It that tho young men of
tho farm and tho rural town loan
lntoroat In their environment and
tramp off to tho oily to bo lot
nlne-tontba of thorn In a whirlpool
In our opinion tho raaoon llos
largely In tho abaonco of KNTHU3I
ABM, one of the groatoat words In
language, no matter what tonguo It
la apoken la, Perhapa you haro for
gotten bow tho word wiih made. "Kit
. thunlanm" came from tho Greek
womIh- "on" for In, and "IIiooh" for
Hod. When a man
tho OreekH nald ho
that our rural commtiultloH uuod row
thlugii iih much or iih iierloiiHly ut
uuthuidiinm. HulhUHlaHin for our'
work, no mutter what that work Ih; '
outhiiHlaMui for the human people!
who Hurrund uh; outhunhiHnf for our I
community and Hh Intercut, varloun
and Mtindry; euthiiHliiHm for all
thlngH of life and for life itnelf.
There Ih hardly one of uh who ban I
not the capacity for entliUHliiHtn. Thu
trnublo Ih that wo do not cultivate It
Don't bo a bump on a log. Try n
llttlo eiitlniiiliuni. Develop It and ,
you will not only bo more mid nm-n j
of a Huccens Iu your niche, you will
not only be n Joy to ull the people
? round you, but you will bo totallv
etirp'txi'd with yournoir and iiIho
ttvurl.njtlngly plo.iH'nl V. Hh youmoir.
ir we over have another war wo
won't need an urmy. Wo have
enough speed manlacn In thin coun
try to rldo right over and extermin
ate any enemy-Just an they do old
people and little children.
Now lot'n all Join the
Have your watch overhauled. .Start
the old clock to licking, get. that old
piece or Jewelry In wcarle? order.
Have your eye-, fitted to Heading
kIiiksch, nco O. M. HAI.IHIll'KY
IRRIGABLE and HAY
All Within the
For Your Table
Thtre are many inferior grade of silverware on
the market, and it i difficult for the average
housewife to detect the difference at the tisae of
We tell you the exact quality of our silverware
and guarantee it to be exactly as we state.
You can buy from us with every assurance of
safety and economy.
I. S, GEER & CO.
Silk Shirts '
We sell everything
to eat, Produce Fruit
N. Brown & Sons
heart of Harney Valley
now offered at
to $110.00 an acre
Harney Valley Irrigation District
cutting hay. All with
LIVE STOCK COMPANY
Sales Office at Burns.