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title: 'The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, April 26, 1919, Image 3',
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The (Jotted States fcoverntnrnt in noni's Idea of thoroughly enjoy- Germany runy not have obtained
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The govornini'iit nan deer 1 that
discharged soldiers may keep llo-lr
uniform. Wo prodlrt. a gay mic-
When t ho discharged soldiers re
alize that If they eat hh much an they
want at. the preaent prices, there will
he notliliiK left for drink, they will
probably endorse prohibition.
WIHK' AMI Ollll KWISK.
tOllinry no in nurvir. iiui wo unuing. rt itimiipii n in up .my m mwnv k' 11 11 iiii-iir in ipi'mi;.
A long pull and a strong pull, arid
the Victory loan will be over the top.
mam to ho getlng on JuHt as well an ' bouie and wash her hair
; cession of military balls nrxt winter.
tf we were governed.
Woman'a place my he In the home.
We must remember that the peace net If she had stayed there, what
Gentle Spring ao often romoa
The world has not been far-sighted
enough yet to catch a glimpse of.
Th cradle of Bolshevism rould
conference has bad very little pre- would hare become of the Bed Cross dancing In with a daah of snowflakos
Are we not proud that our presi
dent la capable of writing history and
of making It too?
not hare been
a'vious experience In making peace j and the canteen work and the emerg - nnd a cold in ber head and a bottle
of aprlng tonic In her pocket.
If everybody worked an well and aa
faithfully aa they could there would,
be no Labor problem.
Those Good Old Pre-War Prices
Will Reign at
for the Next 15 Days
BEANS, Limas, lb 12c
White Navy, lb 8c
Rice, lb 10c
Peaches, dry, lb 14c
Prunes, dry, Italian, lb...... 14c
Apricots, dry, lb 20c
Corn Flakes, large, Kellogs 10c
Corn Meal, 10 lb 60c
Oat Meal, 10 lb 60c
Rye Flour, 10 lb 60c
Farina, 10 lb 80c
Germea, 9 lb 80c
Oat Flour, 10 lb 60c
Rolled Oats, 10 lb 85c
Pancake Flour, 10 lb 75c
Karo Syrup, 1 gal.
White Label. $1.15
Blue Label 1.10
Mayflower Molasses, V&Gftl .45
Pure Honey, 1 Gal. can 2.90
Apples, Gallon can 45
Peaches, " " 65
Pineapple," " 75
Prunes, " " 65
Apricots, M " 65
Crisco, 3 lb can
Folger's Baking Powder
5 lb can
2Vi lb can
Folger's Tea, lb can
Tree Tea, lb can
Argo Corn Starch, 12 pkgs.
Table Salt, 50 lb sack
Matches, large boxes, doz..
Camel Cigarettes, 2 pkgs...
Star Tobacco, plug
CORN, the case.
$3.90 PEAS, the case 3.50 TOMATOES, the case
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 100 bars 5.75
BINDER TWINE 25c PER POUND during this tale
Men's Suits, regular $30, at $15
Overalls, regular $2.50, at $1.65
Men's Work Shirts, special at 75c
Men's Underwear, 2 piece, regu
lar $1.25 garment, at 60c
Men's Cordurov Pants at $2.50
Men's 30c Black Sox, at 20c
Men's Heavy Wool Sox, regular
$1.25, special per pair 75c
Men's German Sox, heavy and all
Wool, per pair 40c
Ginghams, 12 and 15 cents yard
Heavy Outing Flannel yd, 22c
Muslin, yd, 22c
Table Cloth, regular $1.25 the
yard, Special 60c
Wool Dress Goods, regular $1.50
the yard, Special 75c
Toweling, regular 25c yd, 12Yzc
Dishes of all kinds and all
sizes, each 10
Wash Sets, reg. $2.50, each 1.00
Tea Kettles, reg. $1.50 each .75
Pots of all sizes at half price
Collar Pads 65
The Greatest Mercantile Event Ever Held in
Harney County. We Furnish Gasoline and Oil
to All Who Purchase at Least $20.00 Worth..
WEINSTEIN MERCANTILE CO,
at Laweit is the Place
Conicreaa drew a long breath when
the armistice was signed. But it did.
not realize that the tariff and cur
rency questions were waiting for It
juttl around the corner.
If you should put up a little housa
8x12 Inched with a door the size of
a quarter, and display a sign "FOR
VVIIKNT," do you think you would
find tenants in It some fine morning?
It In to be hoped that the peaeo
conference will have somo consid
eration for the men who publish at
lases, and will come to a speedy
U IhIoh on the subject of boundaries.
President Wilson in said to be
watching affairs In the United Statea
very closely. Let us congratulate
the president upon his excellent eyesight.
"Out of the mud" would be a good
motto for the new federal highway
commission, and would be especially
appreciated by all sollders who re
call the mu'ly mud of Prance.
A young man is rather proud that
he gained forty pounds while in the
army. But when he finds he cannot
crowd into his civilian suit he was
depending on, he is likely to change
his point of view.
Remember every fly you see this,
time of year Is a potential ancestor.
It It lives until the last of August
it will be the progenitor of millions.
Swat it immediately, and so swat its
A new weekly magazine published
in New York Is devoted entirely to
Russian problems. There are prob
lems enough in Russia at present
to keep any number of magazines
busy considering them.
We are glad to learn that Eliha
Root has expressed himself on the
League of Nations. Whether peo
ple agree with him or not, his clear
common sense Is sure to shed light
on any subject It touches.
Living anywhere In Europe now
must be about as safe and comfort
able aa residing near the crater of a
volcano or sitting on the safety
valve of the old Mississippi stean
The Rainbow .llvision is to be ac
companied on their trip from Ger
many to Brest by 180,000 doughnuts
the gift of the K. of C. The dough
nuts will be good traveling compan
ions, but probably few of them will
reach Brest. ' .
It was not surprising that the Ger
mans, as soon as they learned that
Marshal Poch had been appointed
to confer with them, should concede
that the Polish divisions might land
In Danzig. They have conferred with
Marshal Poch before and know what
his conferences are like.
The Chicago Great Western Rail
road has adopted French twins, who
are coming to this country with the
13(h K. H. Engineers. It never oc
curred to us to picture a railroad as
a tender parent, but It will probably
be very gentle in taking care of these
two pretty little girls. Aline and
BECAUSE the WOMEN of
Oregon do so much of the
buying for Oregon homes,
the responsibility for tkia
movement for a "Greater
Oregon" rests with them la
a very large way.
The degree of our success
will depend on the extent
to which Oregon's womea
WILL use home product?.
Home Industry I,curuc of Ore