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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1925)
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OaUHAKI AVITII I'UOHIMOCTH
An urllulo In u recent Inntio'tif n
riiuuirlnt paper In which It Is niinoun
iiotl Unit recent nnvmn'Pfl In prlcoH of
rnttlo lutvo placed tho Industry on
much healthier basils, Iiuh given local
growors encouragement, According
to this article cattle In Texas have nil
vtfueed from $10 tn 20 u head over
tltJu 19U0 prices null that now sales
are report rl at JCfi n homl down
The tmmo article nuntes stuors lit
fully $10 a head more tluili In 1H24
mid fat cirttlo In Urn Kaunas City
ynnlH worn ?1 per hundred weight
higher than tho previous wook.
With such prices prevailing the
local stoek limn may ho ahli' to got
out of tho hole bo's been In for tho
(inut several jears null such an ovont
would immii great prosperity for this
country. Wo ihuvo a goml season
iilH'iul or tin to nil appearances, nml
with such prospect in price tho
lot nl financial Institutions will give
ovorv encouragement to tho grower
who shows n disposition to iiitiko
good mill continue,
IDAHO IM.OCKMA.SYbJH IIK11K
LOOKING I'Olt Hl'M.MIIII IIA.NHK
W. J. IMnnoy. of Ontnrln. u ropro
MiitRtlvo of the Orognn & Western
rnlniiliRilon Co.. arrived hr on
vp.tfriliiyit train. !! '.vu normnpan
toii iy W. 11. Qons. lloinedul. Idaho,
wool grower, who l Interoated In ae
cnrliiK BOine pnaturw InmU for lila
flucka during the aummer. They met
Frank .lohiiaoii, atiollifr roproiit
tive of tho Colonlwitlon Company,
here anil together nr making an In
Mioctlon of some of lo range twiuls
of tho concern In tho mountain to
Jho northeast of Hurns.
Tho Knstor program will h'o given
In connoclloti with tho Hunilny
School service next Hunilay. Como
at 10.00 ami stny until 12.00.
U. Y. P. U. Sundny evening at 7
I M. Topic ICaKtor lesson, lewder
Kov. I.HUKhlln H. 1). will eommonee
rvlvnl lMMllHK In h HHptUt
church Hundny. May 3rl. ilou't forol
Sunilny SphoolKt 10 A. M.
You are ntpuotnllly lnvltml to fillM
lay School ami church Mrvlciw Ml
Punilny, KnMtor Wo trimt tho hJpl
ilomlc of "l"lu" IniM MlJiittMl no that M
will ho ahlo to ho In tholr uccumIoiiipiI
placoa hy Sunday. Thoro holtiR o
much RlckniwK hn lntorforcil foiiio
what with plans. Como mid Join In
tho KiiMtor boiirb anil har In tho
KaBtor Joy ami hopo. Como ami ho
ono with tho hoys mill KlrU.
Dlvlno worship at 11 A. M
Spoclal Kastor-borvlPO ami Com
nninlou of th Lord's Supp'-r Plmnif.
Tho Homirroetlon. rUo I.anl U
Sir JamoH SInon. notwl phy
Hlrlnit mid tho dlneovornr of unt-nV-tics,
oructml nn oliulUk on Hih Kravc
of hU oliloat child. At lli lm cf
tho monumont woro limorlhcd thof
wonU. "NovortholM I llvo." nml
nhovo tho wonU wan mrvoil Hip form
of n huttorfly. miKiHK '" f,,,,n
that In Chrlat. doath la only a tninM
tlon. With an ahldluK fulMi In tho
hopo and powor or tho reaurrcctlon
thU reat pIiyiatclMU Hvfil and died
A Kontlnimiii In Portland clalm'i
to ho ahlo to rewtnro wltliorod tohci
of tho provloiiH hii minor to tholr
frcahiioHH ttiid color. Only Ho who Ih
tho "JiiiIbo of tho quick and dead,"
can rocall tho body from tho dust of
tho tomb and bIvo its a Klorlous body
llko that of His own resurrected body
A cordial welcome to all at every
SAMUKI, HAimiS, Minister.
J. L. Uradeon, tho Illltzon mor
cbant, was ft business visitor during
GoorRo and Mrs. Fry returned
homo tho foro part of this wook and
are again comfortably domlcllod in
tholr roaldonco after apomllng tho
winter In California and Portland.
Ooorgo says ho bad to como hack and
help got things running smoothly for
tho coming soason.
First class, dependable
Work at Reasonable
Nicely washed and ironed.
IXXMh ANJ) I'JOUHONAh
Harney Knblur ami his wlfo woro
In town yesterday.
V. . Nowlon, thnlNhrrowB nchool
toavlior, Ih In Iturnit today.
Tho Mothers' Club will moot on
Thursday, April mill, at Iho homo or
Mr.s .liunos LumiMihlii'.
10. II. llolnmii, ol itiiKiir Clly,
Idaho. Is In Ihls vicinity with tho In
tention of buying somo outllo If iho
can got them at prices ho couslilers
ho van stand.
C. 10. I'nrkor arrived homo last
Saturday from otitslilo poluh. Ho
had niioiit the winter In Wmihliigtoii,
a part of tho time at Tacoma. f'r.t.
Parker did not return with him.
J. It. flould, mine hosto at the hev
uns, had the mlsrortuiio to hurt ihlii
log tho other day while carrying up
wood to the suconil floor of the hotel,
lie was tumble to walk for ft fw
days but la now bettor.
W. W. Mrnww, tho big wool nml
horso grower of the dosort oouutry I
with hMiliiunrtiirs at 1-Mfe. hna been
hi Hums for a few day this weak on
account of court, being n wltnoM lit
Th fHinlly or Jumta Olritrd lllivo
brcn having n ratlMr Mrloua tliuo
with the prftvaltul flu. All tho ninm
hora liRva baon aJTllctfttl during tho
past tow day, and nil but Mrs. (IN
rard ar now much batter. The Ut
lor continual to requlr the attention
ot the nurse and doctor.
Mr. W. W. Drlnkwater hna tjnno
to UnlM where alio will visit with her ,
daughter. Joaolo. until after the Kna
lor vamtlon. Sho will ronmln In
Holse for titio celebration or the main
lino train service Inauguration. I
l-'ny Itnyburn, at ono time a ro
dent or Mils city, Is culling upon the
gnrage men. Ho Is now u traullng
salesman ror a sohek absorber. He
Is meeting wild n pleaannt reception
from his former rrlvuda lu.Hurua.
Mr. WoUe, the mini who oaine
haru laat rll front l'ort Illdwoll with
tho nocttwmry oiiulpiimnl Ui start tho
mnntifftetura or boiIhs and do n goi
rral bottling hunlnaaa. la able to Is
out on tha atrata after confinement
to lite rooina for Mvenil weaka fol
lowing nu operation.
Mrs. Ilan Puett, of PhuIIii. haa'
been In Vtal city during the proeuut
week, ha vim: come in as a witness In
a who In court. Mrs Puett was at
ono time a roaldonl of Hums, being
tho diiaghtor or Thomas llalfour. She
n ravorably remembered by snvcrnl
or the pioneer residents
"Hello Daddy 'dottt
nf iuiffti- my re t&irtr
Mfj54f, Slip a pacU4o In
you bo home !o
nlht. Oiv Ihe younilrrj
thU whole; lomlonj
lading ancel for
plcaurced kentf it.
jmokln or when
workdrdgf. Ilka -Jrot
When you need medicine
Each remedy is from a tested and tried formula
Nyal has a Remedy
for every common ailment and are dependable
for the entire family.
Home Drug Co.
Paul Fluke Is down from his moiin
lain stock ranch.
Albert (luorgo a pool ball man of
(Jriilio, was In town Thursday.
Mr, and Mrs. Will McLaren woro
In iown, yeiilonluy. They have iipOnt
tint winter at .luulurn.
A. M. Older Jius hueu confluail to
his homo this week as a rosiilt of an
attack of flu.
I lurry HIbbii bits been given n con
tract to furnish homes for hoiiiii Cal
ifornia rirm. Lnkovlow Kvnmluor.
IM Howard unit J. L. Hit, and his
family are among the i.'ourt visitors
In court I hlu wuok.
P. O. (Jnllaglier Is amoung (ho
outside attorneys attending this
term or circuit court.
Nyus Hutt, one or the uiicccsrul
rarmurH or the Princeton nectlnu, Is
u IhikIiiubh visitor to our city.
Fred llalnos, the Harney merchant
nml cnpltnltat. was down yoatorduy
greeting frlanda and looking nrtcr
iome busliiMa matters.
The Mothem' Club comluctod tholr
annual egg rolling contest at tho
Proahyturlnii ehunib yotrdiiy after
noon when tha children ware trostod
to a good lima.
Among tihe InNueinia patliiits who
were In Iho Valley view hospital dur
ing the week were M. V. Dodgf. 11
A. Aruaeon. Mr A. W (lowaii, Mrs
W. 15. HiiBloii. Harry Wltir, J M
Cove. All of ihuiu lire Improved and
inoitt of theiii have bft tho Institution.
n a k i: it
In Internal .Mcdlclno for the
pant twelve jears
DO KM NOT OPKUATi:
Will bo lit
CKISIJIt OKAND IIOTKh
Momtiiy nml Tiii".Imj, April UO.-UI
Oltlco Hours, Hi A. M., to I V. M.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No t'linrgo for OoiiNiiltatllii
Dr. .Mellenthin la u regular grad
uate In medicine nml surgery ami Is
licensed by the state of Oregon Ho
does not opnrate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tosslls or adenoids.
Ho has to his credit wonderful re
sults In diseases or the stomach, liv
er, bowols. blood, skin, nerves, heart,
kidney, bladder, bed wetting, ca
tarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcer and rectal till-
llelow nro the names or a row or
j his many satisfied patients In Ore
Hodwlck Wilson, Cold Hunch, Ore.,
Frank Koehler, The Dalles. Ore ,
; Mrs. K. C Hnmuiool:, Myrtle Point
I Oro goitre.
1 Mrs. John Medio, Lakeside, Ore.,
I Henry Woatrnll, Ontario, Ore., ul-
cor of stomaoh.
1 Mrs. H. C. Hates, linker, Ore.,
i O. M. Itlchey, Horlug, Ore., heart
Louis B. Htelbor, 32G K. Huchnuaii,
Portland, Ore., adenoids and tonsils,
Itemember above date, that consul
tation ou this trip will bo froo and
that bin treatment Ih different.
Married women must bo accompan
ied by tholr hiiubamls.
Address: 211 Hrndbury Hldg., Los
Mrs. Ted Patterson has gone to
Uedmoud to visit her pareutH tor a
Archie Welnstolu of the Woliintelu
Mercantile Co, has gone lo Portland
on n business trip. Ho Is expected
hack the early part or next week.
Mrs. It. Maloiioy arrived heio r"
contly from Houtlireu California
where sho spoilt the winter. Her
husband has been an assistant or Mr,
Skogersou on the railroad terminal
work here ror tho past roveral
mouths and Mrs Moloney came to
New Prices on Certified
g Adopted by all
invite x ou to Jixamme Uur atock
Consult this schedule when you think of used Ford cars
2 ' So
A Certified car is one that haa been tho roughly overhauled by an expert me
chanic and all necessary repairs mado so that it is in first class running condi
tion. It also means that there will be no necessity hereafter of you ever pay
ing more than the above prices for good Certified Used Fords.
I mii ii F"- ii iHiiiin ma lain i in a i iwnaaMe n lawaiaai
Mrs. Ilyo Btnyth Jr., was In town
this week visiting- with her mother
and other relatives.
Mrs. .loo Clark, who Is the teach
er In the Harney dlHtrlet, has boon
(iilte III at her homo ror tho past
couple or weokn suffering from Influ
enza. She Is reported hatter at this
Umtuolt Iteoil, who Iiuh been In 111
health for the tmal several moulhs.Ma
now suffering from an attack or In
fluenza. Mrs. Heed finds It necessary
to be at homo with him ami tho hoys
are taking care of the More.
Ford Dealers EVERYWHERE. We
305.00 325.00 443.00 496.00 599.00 . 267.00
Why are you reading this ad, Mr.
Reader? Fact is, the picture attracted yov.
If this picture attracted youand you hap
pen to be a person who has something to
sell it should prove to you the valu of
having a picture in your advertising. We
furnish pictures, with layout and copy sug
gestions to advertisers in this newspaper,
no matter what these advertisers may want
to sell. Maybe it's a collie dog.See, we
You should read tho cIiihIIIoiI artu
In this paper. There's nlwnyn emmr
I good things there ror you to sec.
W. II, Johnson and Carroll Cecil
are over from their Silver crook
homoii. Those two old tltnem are
among tho pioneers who linvo re
tained their early Ideas or life In
that tholr rrlemlshlp ami hospitality
are constant and nothing aoeitm to
mar the serenity or their Uvea so far
as It applies lo the personal alfnlnt'
of either. Such friendships aro rare;
and hy tho sumo token, such men oh
Carroll Cecil and Hill Johnson urn
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