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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1920)
Saturday, December -1, UMM)
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KICTI OLD MAN IF
.YOU DHAjtypl HIM?
Ellison-White Lyceum Bureau ; A .
PreaenU Williwn H. Stout
Lecturer with a Great Message
If ybt warp a rokafc womaa about
to be married to b obi maa whom
roil detested, what would rem do to
prevent the caramonr from being prMidMt f IKUmtfenftl Lyceum AtMciatiom will be
aarttormedr Would you make your
escape, arrayed In your wedding fin-1 Liberty Theatre Night of December 9, when
cry, and hide In tho woodsT Thin , , . , Let
wjib the course adopted by Sylvia Wl" -ure on the Subject,
Weiton la the aew Paramount pkoto
play, "Three Man and a Qlrl," atarr-
Hi K ooauurm Marguerite UlarJc, o
which will bo shown at tho Liberty
"Seeing Life Whole"
Dainty Marguerite Clark's New
Paramount Photoplay "Three Men
And a Girl," a Very Charming Story
Theme Deals With Three Professed Woman Haters Who Are Brought to Reason by
the Beauty, Charm and Vivacity of the Heroine Portrayed by Miss Clark.
Richard Bartrjehneaa Plays the Leading Male iRole. "
Pursued by a married woman,
Christopher font,, a lawyer, become
a wouB Rier. jiiin oy a woman
,VamMa, a ellalM, vdws .to ea
hnw the aoclety of women jhence
forth. DrHjrearjylf.Qrsyth. Who la
ootutltutloRally a hatter of women.
h.K undertaken te (Hide bis friends
aloss patb.Ba'frwiwiteil by wo
inon, and the three men Hpend moitt
of their tlmo mbpinK at thulr club.
lint It hn)peH that the telephone
a' tho club Ih fruuiiuntly employiid by
:rtiiii woiiion for the purpoxo of
. ' Into roiiiinunlnttlon with
nuptlala are to be celebrated, mnny
uentB have lathered. dyUla create
'"dlvaratea wkan the ceremoay be
glaVky tleelBf' laooRtlanatry nd, hid
mi In the woodi. whence ake makea
her way to her father's country home
where the three teen are domiciled.
Iter wvcldlng finery la In a norry atuio
when abj geta thoro uiid belnn quite
linii;ry, ahu i-ati: ilig food plncuil mi
Itie liblo for tb) roiMumptlon of the
ihruo wotnnn hiitoru. dbu illueM Hump
tuouxly mid wrappliiK her wimMHik
Kown ubout lior, hIio 11mm down on u
loueli mid fnllH nVleup.
aelvea In a amnller building adjoining
the luaamer camp of Ufa three, b!ra.
To prove tkat tkejl are true to their
Ideaiathe three men etabliak a
dead llae between the kabltatloai. K
being understood none li to encroach
upon the domain of the other. Hut
one by one. the men yield to the
charm of Sylvia and the see It rather
than avoid lior company. Bjflvla falls
In tovu with Chrlntophor, whom alio
(lu bit bur "llltlo bonr,' wbllo llio two
o thorn are called runpoetlvuly the
"lil (i and tiildtl 14 Mlted linarn." Kueli
MittikH lior tit tin ilouil lluu and iih tlio
da'b PHM. the boarH becoino iniully
When William II. Stout comuH. you'll bear a tnonaago of aolld helpful
neija. particularly attractive to young pcoplo will bo this scholarly Interp
retation of Ufa.
Tboatro Sunday, Docombor, 12.
Whim Sylvia found retugo In n
Mumiuur camp owned by lior wealthy
father and which ho had lmmuil to. A mnn of wldo oxporlonco and Hplondld culturo, Mr. Stout hcch life not
Ihruo womnn hntora for (ho suintnop, HM,y tbrough tlio oyon of tho slndont but iih well, from tho standpoint of
hIio cniimid a commotion. TIiono uioii t,lu practical man tho door or ibjcdti.
worn tihrlsloMiur Kont, who Is boliirtj ,.. ... , , , , ., ' ..... ,
imrAn...l l.v ,, .,. i. ,l..,.u ,u,;l"ru' " "i '""in munuu iiiinKn, wu.i uiu ruKKui w
care for; )ulliin Vaiinuinaii, u violin-
bit who has bucu Jlltotl, mid Dr.
Iloiiry Koreyth, tlio milf-constltuod
ituardlan or the odium. Thoy nro
greatly nnnoyi'd lo find their rotrent
invaded by a fascinating girl and
thoy manlffHt their displeasure ho
curlty or a mail who Iiiih tvHtud tlio truthn ho preaohuH, and with a hoporul
optimism that Insplreii Ills huiirdrs.
Ho'll stln every honror to better living and mora vigorous thinking.
Mr. Stout Ih big phynl cully, big moiUally, big spiritually, and all heart,
brain and kindness. .
Ills Is a musanKo'ninrkod liv cltiur hooIiik. straight tlilitk Ititr. and IticM
rohcobly that hIio lakes rorugo In , expression, backed up by earnestness, sincerity, .and a life of uiiuhuuI
tin adjoining h'ousu with her old ..i.m... ' . .
"HKKING UWVi WllOlt"
vl'ho woman hatnra then establish
a dead line betwoon tho two hnbl-
tatloiiH, but It develops that one by
one they go to tho dead line to talk.
with the girl whom thoy find diohI
attractive. Hylvlu calls thorn her
"big, nilddlo-slzod mid little boars,"
nud gradually hIim learns to love the
latter, who Is Kont. Tho cast Is
excellent, Miss Clark's leading man
being Kleliufd Iliirtheluiess. Others
In the Hupport Include I'urcy Mar-
mout, Jerome Patrick, Idn Darling,
Churles Craig and Hetty Uouton.
AMi.MR.V MK HKHVANTH
Tonguoa of alien hatred spitting5
venom At the foundattonstpnef. of
American Liberty a flame of leal-.
ouav and dUruntlnnr atui aallAatuaryl'
Ink to devour aud.encutf AmeHean
labor Ma lu horrid and Mwdmmt
biar.;' 1 r ' r '
TklV'lf a brief, 4ecrlatk)B of "Tkir
World Afama" Frank Keeaan's lat-l
eat contribution to the silver screen,
an lntanaj.lv InlapuaMnv itnaii' vhlnV. I
comes to the Liberty Theatre To
night. In a scenario written by Jack Cun
ningham from a story by V. X, James
(the iiomIO'plumo .or Mr. ,Kueiuin
liluiHoin the motive or "The World
'Atlnmv" lint lo do with the problems
iir'omploYor autl omployois while, In
no snnae prtiiil'liliig. It sprndN lh
(itxirlin of 'flood Sorvlit.' The
"TIIK IU1LI)LK HATIHI-'ACTIONH'
Coming to the Liberty
Wednesday,. .December 8
.'.irs and after they liuvo beeti"' When tho three mini return to
l ' vi ral times by telrpion their ilwulllug. they are itmaxml to Joiihiii of m It otbor.
-!. . Idu to ok solltuila In find tba sleeping Sylvia bliotklita tiUi Itiirolle ronuiicH beuiimttit
it Thi'v rent u ollllr dlatMnafy jur tlioa scoruera of i m- delightful Hud Mio la lmppy until tin
i mkIiik It Hxlvln Wtbi(' lultyl When ah wak'S. her lifiiMiy. arrival tle wlolmd luiirrliHl woinitn author takes tho Hlutid that all mtn
t mi-dltHto In soeliialDii up-j disturbs nil or tliutn arulsjtliKy ro4 wb aurwitt bits flrlven CWrUfvph-r nro twi vaiil. whetlinr stataamuii nt
4KiirHs n,ud shoc(liig Iimoii plniuly tn n, tiiandry. They enniuit into thu country. Tliun Svlvln bus .
t womanklnil. " ' Uirow liar out mid Ihoy are telnet- ruv iinhnppy ljuurs. miiltieri-d' u.
ii... slvlu WiNtlou la 'lng j niilly e(iunlbMl ,U permit her to-jrtoua; itu uur. Hut ClirlsioplM-r
t i' h'T wtdulnu to it man ! spend tliw mglil in tiili iiousu. in riiiils iiimsuir at last and tlio love
ti t i iiuutonaiit'o.
At the pal-' the uioriilng. Hylvln's uup apyeius romain- or 8; Ivla and lilmtolf eul
w lie re the and the two women eulithllhh Ihent- inluale happily for both.
'lead or the goverument. or t'm
i I reinorlng the nafiiso of etty
streets all are on tluj one iilauu
vl,tMi aetllulud by llm iilutual lUm or
gmnl aurvlco oousfleiillniisly rendered.
V tiSsW ",i'alff-'
mmrl ' I mssl '
i) Jesse L.Lasfcjr-Pr-uftt
. , .Ml I
that she was married,
IH ItNS II.WKH HIIOW
( on My Agent McDanlelu Infonim
n lu oll.ie that both tho banks or IIiIh
tt ' have notified li I tit they will back
u pig unil sheep club. The Harney
juuty National Hank will take cure
ot a pig club for boys uud girls and
t'.e First National Hank will ushuiiio
1 1 -1 responsibility or taking euro or
. lieop club for boys uud girls.
This Is u step In the right direction
a with u greater Interest taken in
tue development of pure bred stock,
Milch Includes tho calf club already
trKuulzod, Harney county will pros
pr In proportion. It Is the good
"iff thut brings lu the groutor mon
t therefore any oucouruKomoiit
'ing the Hue or bettor utoclc in one
Put raises tho standard lu the couu
t and brings bettor rotuniH.
i ompetltlvo clubs will bu organb.-
in order to stimulate thu interusl
a 'I bring results. One club each
v ill bo organized in this community
and another of ouch In soma other
immunity uud the clubs bu brought
n competition at the county fair.
With such luterv t shown untl pros-iM't-tH
for tlio riming your thoro
should bu a groutur effort made to
wurd securing the ueuessury funds to
give attractive premiums for such
ompetltlvo exhibits next seusou, Wo
might work up some real udvertls
ing for Hnriiey county by such a
'Method: Hold our fair, early enough
allow Hie Steele and produco ox
IjiH to he tuuoii (o tho Htntofulr
lif j iro eonuldorod worthy and
pn iit'itullvo. j
Wbat'H tho iuo of our Isolating
'iirsolvcH In tbuso tlilngH that go to :
. iltu up advancement nnd progrotw-,
Iho llvi oinmu'ilt'i's .md
nt ilif-lal . iir.' ,n hi .is
ul" and have l.. uiiuXl.r,
. ttbvv loenlit us in rospect to
ijUnin '. ; am. i iiouhl
Tito action of tho two haiilt are
! surely lu Hue with the advancement
j and development of Harney county,
j Thoy uru to bo commended and wo us
j citizens should give the movement
our moral support unu encourage
L, li. .McDuulels, County Agon'
(irasp- jjtlll growing.
' IUavlent rainfall 'lif years,
StiH'kmen predicting an open win
ter. (t run this will prove a hoimn.a
ror tliein now.
Haw about short crops next year
or Harney County and the nation
wtirM lu a bole It lu now yet the very
follow that would not hesitate a min
ute before cooperating with another
lu pulling out of a mudholu doesn't
Hoom to i Millie that tho same princi
ple of cooperative olfort will also pull
him out of the present rinanelul hole.
The County Association desires to
nave you gooil hard money on your
salt purchases ror tho next year by
celved u letter from thu secretary
reived a letter rfom the secretary
ami Its dollars to douglinutH that you
dbl not oven take tho trouble to ans
wer the letter . or make a mental
ustlmate or tho amount you must
have to run you through the coming
This Is the last call to you ror tho
amount of salt you ruiiulru therefore
H you think you will bo benefited by
owluir to luck of hiiow.
Did you read the Crane American placing yimr order now for spring
thlti week? If not do ho or read (bui delivery at n price Impossible to ho-
Tlmus Herald, of next week.
Von aro 'especially rotpioHtod to
look up thu urtlcle giving the details
or a caltlu shipment from Craile.
It may not do you any good since
you may be one of the self satisfied
follows (hut lire asleep and do not
wish to bo awakened,
H you tiro awuke lie dollurs to
doughnuts you will do ullttle think
ing aiid decide to look into the work
the County Livestock Is trying to do.
The wuy your Clrandfuthor h(ind
led stock and fanned was Absolute
ly alright In your (Jrandi'alliurs
time. Hilt It' you wish to filid your
self nearer broke than you are today
Just lcoop on following gixiiidratburs
'H you saw u follow Htuok lu n
mudholu you would-stop uutl-pliiuu
ymir shoulder to tlio wheel and liulp
Kii l l in on i You would njBo doinbii
i i . .,' .. 1 1, i riy (but the Individ-
cure us un Individual and with abso
lute protection against u lower mar
ket lu.ter Oieu fill out the letter sunt
'm IUl..l"ll -It to the ollleo of the
county agent. '
' There will bo a molding of tho
Hums Cattle and Horse Association
on DoCv4th tit 2' 1. M. in the otllco or
the Couilty A Kent to tiiku ui matters
that woro left In aboyanco at the last,
meeting. Hlnco The District Forest
er was requested nt the lust meeting
to approve the cooperative owner
ship or 'hulls used on the National
Forest range among other progros
ulve measiiros It Is a nfo gunsH that
tlio attendance will lm larger than
ror many uiontliH pant.
So much ror the tUotikmou but did
you know that tho county ugout Iiiih
....II- .'. .1 ' ..... II A ... I 1 - . I
cants tor aiui can sun iu iiiiiriuH pneo
tiYor Iwouty" UiOtimmd pounds' or Al
fnlfu seed espoolallV If It bo or tho
f.i'in . I- t !"' Hal ir" vnrb'H-'H Home
a.l i'iiiit (oulin'i do -the oo-gpera-1 ot in ovderH come from tho oust
fc oll'iii't iictonii!l'du'tl easily. .' mid (jveiiil of Hie l.irger seeil coiti-
.1 . . a' 1 1 .1 ,i .1 .i.iil" I' ',1 I li Til St'.' to
take all olfurud. Did you over have
tin offer from thu outsldu Tor seed
hororo? No well you wouldn't havu
It now but ror the advertising Har
ney county Is getting through tho
cooperative effort of the Farm Hur
can members to place the county lu
the exporting Instead' or the Import
Spunking or the exporting class
you will have to take your, hut off
to Tom Hiiln of Harney since he has
some COOO pounds of high grade
viirlguted Ortm Alfalfa need to noil
this year and status that from now
on he Intends to Sl'KCIALl'.K lu the
producton of'hlgh grade seed. Who
Is next? Did you'know that owing to
the high altitude of Harney county It
can work up n reputation for the
production or bordy seed that will
mean more to the county than all
tho LIVHSTOCK now produced with
in Its boundaries. This applies to all
varlotloii of grain and grass seud as
well tiu, Sunflowers and root crops,,
D0K8 THIS MM AN ANYTHING TO
Speaking again of Mr.. Haiti's Al
falfa tho county ugunt Iiiih thrco re
quests for samples and' quotations
on ttyls particular batch or seed with
THK FAHM HU1UQAU or 11 neighbor
ing couny iiHklng ror FIVK TON.
The entire lot could have beep Hold
Home time ago but the' county agent
wuh not Huro or tho vurloty but on
field Investigation and- consultation
with I'ror. Hlslop or tho Crop Do-,
piirtmont or tho 0. A. C. It has do
velodep Hint It hi a species o,r tlio VI.'
lgatod Grim' which moaps that hero
artor Mr. Haln will lmvo trouble nup
plying thu domaud Insteu'd of hunt
ing a market.
Somo liuvp remarked to llio Coun
ty Agon! that tJU.Hoed should not
be a,llt)Wd to leave 'tho oounty. To
timHA we eHivonlv puv tl)iit Mr. Haln
pividuci'd tu crop to yM -uitd ha1
,1 mi Hi , 1 fvir Im-ow tl. in.irb t
ami the F1H8T CO.MK F1HST 8KUV
HI). It you are lu need or seed get
busy. In speaking or sued It Is de
sired to call tho attention or all to
the fact that this oillce can place you
lu touch with local farmers who havu
the true spring ryo for sale at prices
that you can afford to pay ho If plan
ning to do any Bpriug seeding why
not seed the best sued procurable.
On a Radiator Freezing
Will Prevent It
Guaranteed at 42 Below Zero .,
We .Are Still Selling
TIRES, TUBES, and
1.1 li n I 11 i .njiliimi. " '
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