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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1920)
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EWiK anyone who scans
OF THE MOST m JfiJf IobJq 'd?S5?UI A D0LLA WILL BUY STANDARD MERCHANDISE
THEWEINST FROM PRACTICALLY EVERY DEPARTMENT IN
HOM AND FOR mAtlAr cSfJVl1 TO SEC"RE WHAT ONE WANTS FOR PERSON, FOR
nurot ainu hOR GIFTS AT A GOOD SAVING. SOME LOTS LIMITED. EVERYBODY WHO CAN SHOULD COME.
Another Big Drive in Our "Back to Normalcy" Movement
SUGAR, Pure Cane, 9 lbs for.
CITRUS WASHING POWDER
3 pkf ..
COFFEE, Fre.hly Routed, jR 1
.jooq oienci cotree with excel- " i GLASS WASHBOARD
lent strength and flavor 4 Ibs i BRASS WASHBOARD
TEA, a well known blend of
Folf er. Tea, 21b Tin, for
GMZRARDEJJ.I 'S Chocolate
HERSHEY'S COCOA 1 lb.
COCOANUT, 1 pkg.
WALNUTS, 3 lb. for
PEANUTS; 5 lb, for
MENS SOX, black lisle finish
4 prs for
We have a nice line of Jewlery
suitable for Christmas
:r. t ai i i t
jrter and Gambia. White iom exceptional values.
hmn im m'
2H B CUFF LINKS Gold filled
M LADIES HOSE, lisle finish
i double sole, black and
cordovan, 4 pr.
Ciidmkv'a TAP CHAP
i 11 larsre bars .... i 4
BENS, Srrull White. 11 lbs
BAYO BEANS, 10 11$ ...
CELLULOID STARCH, 8 pkg .
CORN MEAL, 29 lb sacks
regular $3.50 and $4.00
MENS WATCH FOBS gold
filled up to $5.00 values
CREAM OF WHEAT, 3 pkgs.
RED MEXICAN 10 !b
SMALL JAP RICE, 11 lbs
2 half gal. glass jars,
p. CHKISTMAS CANDIES 3 lbs.
flC A big assortment of Rings,
Cs7 JL Stickpins, Ladies watch
1 3 16 oz. glass iara for
CHOCOLATES 2', lb.
TEA GARDEN SYRUP,.2 .j CHEWING GUM. .11 brand..
and Locket chains all
KARO SYRUP 10 lbs
25 pkgs. for
ALAGA SYRUP 7 2-lb can. ....ifc5aiPRE?yE? t ,JAMS
-r v umrt o lur
3 Cnm REX l.YF. ' J ALMONDS .d BRAZILS,
a i i cno tTm. 4 lbs for
ntiki t vi , '
SILK TIES, The greatest val
ues in men's silk ties for
years will be found here
leVzXWz oft finished,
hemstitched, 1 doz in
soft finish, floral em
broidered, just the thing
for a Xmas gift, dozen
TOWELS, 18X38, Turkish,
Bath towels 3 for
MENS UNDERWEAR shirts
and Drawers light
OVERALLS, waist only Boss
of the Road
WORK SHIRTS, grey, slate
GINGHAMS 4 yds for
OUTING FLANNEL dark
colors, 4 yds for
COTTON BATTING, small
size rolls, seven for
up to size 13 going at ....
In order to give everyone a chance to buy their supplies for the Holidays and to buy their Xmas gifts at our reduced dollar
prices, we have decided to allow our dollar prices to stand until New Year Eve. If you cannot come send in your order by mail.
Orders mailed the same day as received.
WEINSTEIN MER. CO.
KOR TIIK HIIKKI MAN
On vlnltliig a local buttlne bbuuo
the other day whom nnveral woru
assembled a card iiiHUud by a btK
Khoop cotuntlRHlon hnuHo In Chlcugo
was handed uh to road. It contained
aoma very Interesting thingf) in con
section with tho wool and sheep In
dustry, mora or loss cauHtlc In ItH
naturo, It applies ho woll that wo
decided aomo of It should bo read by
subscribe to Tho Times-Herald who
aru engaged In tho shoop business.
It read, in part:
Tbo sheep markot In evon worno
than tho lamb trade. Choice, big,
fat, heavy, natlvo eweti are milling
at 4c, and thousands of cull to med
ium owes from 2 to 3V4c. We believe
wa havi solved tho whoop bUHlnoen.
Quotations on the Chicago market
show t&nkagn Is selling at $80.00 to
190.00 a ton. "You can buy the best,
-native owes hero at $80.00, and the
bulk of tho owes at $00.00 to $70.00
h ton, ho wo advise our friends who
mro feeding hogs to kill tho sheep
and feed them to the bogs, as It Is
the choapoHt feed that you can get,
mack cheaper than tankage and fully
a good; then yon have the skins be--aide.
There Is nothing oa the list
s oheap as these fat, native ewes
aow. Not only tbut, but the packer
ear tbey cannot sell the mutton, and
H yes oome to Chisago and boy
"sw "(I far fee. It Vill kl eo-
i plo who have sheep to market later
j We note by city papers that many
i peoplo uro thankful for the bount
eouH cropH ruined tbroui;houi (ho
country and aru rejoicing over tho
low prices the furuiom nro gutting
for thorn, but thuy don't rejoice when
tho fact Ih mentioned that their
wages will have to come down to bo
on a level with what it cohIs to pro
duce crops to sell at present prices,
If thoro over was a Thunkttglvlng
when tho sbeepmun were not thank
ful, this Is one,
Wo nro thankful for the raids on
tho markot. (Nit)
We ara tbaakfwl for the railroads
furnishing us cars two or throe
weeks uftor thoy are ordcroH) (Nit)
We arc thankful for the rnllroads
at tko Block Yards, two or three
days after cars aru ordorod, furnish
ing single docks instead of doable
decks, allowing us to pay, Increased
freight charges. (Nit)
We are thaakfal for the retailer
charging us 60o a pound for lamb
chops when he Is'buylng tk carcase
at 21c, as k Wight chart as ISn.
We are thankful far tka iHerlnaa
Waolen Mills raising the wages r
their employees II to 31 pet east
and then shutting down. (Nit)
We are thankful for ear alothlag
saerokaaUi redvetift tka pries af
elotkaj, Tou ess est fsMf feed
suit, niHdo largely of shoddy, for $70.
now. According to the presont prlco
of wool there is about $1.00 worth of
wool In it. (Nit)
About the only thing tho nhoop
men run be thankful for is that a
groat many of them havn been put
out of bunlncns. It will rollevu them
from the trying situation thuy havn
had and they might got a little nest,
Taking it u)l In all, wo don't think
tho sheepmen have anything to be
real thankful for this year, It Is
dollar to doughnuts very few of
tbom had turkey yesterday, and It
Is u pretty safe bet that the majority
of tke laboring men In the cities did.
NOT1GK OK THAGHKKA
Neilc Is kereby given that an
amioatlon of applicants for cortlft
catesa to teaok will be held both la
Barns aid Craaa beglnalng on Wed
Bead ay, Dec. IS, sod oontlnutng te
ana Uelsdtsa tke ltk and 17th f
DSMssker, Program will ap-
S4n l tke aaxt lease of tbla papss.
fkseaty Sskool 8Mpk
Wha e fellow gets rick quick tke
next thlag k waata to do Is te sat
NOTICM OF fiAMB
Notice Is koreby given that, porsa-
sat to aa Order of Sale duly made
kr tks Casatr Ooart for llarnay
County, Oregon, on tho 6th day of
December 1U20. and to mu directed.
I will on Monday tho 10th day of
January 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day, at tho front door of the
Court House in the city of nurnu,
County of Harney and fltata of Ore
gon, In the manner provided by law
urul upon tho terms and conditions
In mild Order sot forth, sell to tho
highest bidder for cash, all of tho
real proporty huroln described to)
which Harney bounty has heretofore
acquired title by virtue of salo for
delinquent and unpaid taxes:
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W. A. GOODMAN, Sheriff of llor-
nuy County, Oregon
Ily I T. RANDALL, Deputy
First Publication December 11, 193).
Last Publication January 5, 1921.
A fellow gets a lot of sport out of
kooplng tab on his neighbors until
they begin to keep tab on him.
with water rights for sale on
Blitzen River in tracts of 80
Acres or more. Reasonable
pricee on-fiftk cash balance
eats farms. Six per cent in
Essstens Oiwgosi live Stock