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T H 10 T I M K H - H K It A h 1) II U .It N H , MA It N 10. Y
COUNTY, O It K O O N
Huturthxy, Nnvv.mUvr 27, 11)20.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
OF BURNS, OREGON
At the Close of Business
NOVEMBER 15, 1920
Loansand Discounts - -
Other Bonds and Securities
Banking House Fur. and Fix.
Five per cent Redemp. Fund -Interest
earned not collected
Cash on hand, and in other Banks
Capital - - - - - - -
Surplus tohd Undivided Profits -Circulation
Bills Payable (Liberty Loan Account)
"JOHN D. DALY, President,
A. C. WELCOME, Vice President
E. H. CONSER, Cashier,
1 LOCAL -I
Jack and Davo Craddock wero
4owa from tholr Sllvlen valley hones
luring the week.
Mrs. aicnn tiarrctt was a guest at
"-tke home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Crosier, during the weok.
Fred Haines was down Iron liar
ney Thursday taking in thu danco
given by the Mothers CluU
Mrs. B. O. Hill arrived home Wed
end ay evening from I'ortlasd whore
-eao had been for several weeks.
llosla Guernsey is over from his
Grant county home on a vllst with
fcla daughter, Mrs. Kills Uennolt.
W. L. Lowo, the trapper from the
Suntox country was ovur during thu
week on business.
J. W. IllKK" and MIhm Harriott
Hill wont to tho Trout creek ranch
near Aonlo thin weok on business and
Horn Sunday, Nov. 21, at the
homo of Mrs. J. K. Slzemoro In thin
city, to .fir. and Mrs. Jtunkln Crow,
S mIhh arn.cn House, formerly of
Mounta'ln Homo, Idaho, arrived hero
the latter part of last wook to take a
position with tho Harney County
sNatlonul Hnnk. She huu asuumod
Duyo Crow was in town this week
on business nnd to see hlH HthI grand
child which wnu born luht Hunday
He found sovoral old acquaintances
to greot him.
ErncHt Hoynvaun and family arriv
ed here tho foro part of thin wuok
from lloqularn, Washington, whero
thoy hud lieon for Huverul months.
They contemplate going to California
for tho winter but Htoppud hero to
look after Homo IhihIjiohh nffalra
before continuing tho Journey. They
are guests at tho Clyde Cowing homo.
MIhs Dcatrico Hotchklss arrived
homo from Portland tho fore part of
thin weok to aid In nursing her fath
er, 11. Hotchklns, who has boon ill
for many weeks. The young lady has
takon up the profession of nursing
and haa been a student at Ht. Vlncont
Hospital In Portland for some time
"at hat Hot yet graduated,
C. T. Farrer, the Standard Oil rea
r native at Craae, wan recently
aaarrled to MIm Arty Nettleton. The
Wide it a aleee ef Henry Vnlgemore
aid spent last year la this elty, her
home being la Portland. Mr. Furrer
M a visitor U tkla eflee last Satur
day but failed ta aaentlon the Im
portant even.t, ava though it must
ke fresh In his memory. We learned
of the Important affair through the
Orane American We'll forglv him
for this nogloot this time but we
don't want It to hrtppna ngnta, Next
time he 1 acpeeted fce tH m,
i - .
-. - - - - $G16,076.82
' - - s - - 1,275.50
- - - - .- 41,828.37
M. DESILETS, Asst. Cashier.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Finer worn
among our visitors from Crano
Thanksgiving. Thoy romalncd for the
Mothers Club dance.
Mrs. Gall Uarncs Is hero from her
homo neap Nam pa, Idaho, on a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Hagey, aa well as her many friends.
Dean Horton Is over from his
home at Diamond in company with
some neighbors assisting them In
making proof before the local land
C. C. Kllburn, one of the foremen
of the P. L. H. Co with headquarters
In Malheur county, was In town dur
ing tho week. Cam Is well known
to tho pioneer rosldenta of this com
munity where ho formerly rosided.
Tho protracted rains have caused
some troublo with travel on soma of
tho nuw grades, but ns a rule the
now roads aro holding flno and are
along the line of permanency.
Tho secretary of the County Live
stock Association (leiilroH to call thu
attention of those who received lot
tern In roftuo-yro to the ptullii;; of
stock salt onleru to thu fact that the
salt can bo ordered for delivery In
the spring or any time desired hy the
tiHHOclatlou and can ho paid for when
delivered at Cmno. In addition tho
firm from whom he mill will tic pur
chatted has promlhud to protect tho
purchaser from any decline In price
up to tho tlrno of delivery.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lewis wero
hero from their home at Dlltsen In
Catltiw valley during tho woek re
newing acquaintances and doing
somo shopping. They have recently
built u small but neat hotel at Wit
xen whoro thoy nrn looking after thu
comfort of tho travel In that part of
Dan Varlon took his young win,
JamuH, to Portland this woek where
ho will bo examined by a specialist,
JarneH bus boon III for several weeks
and was not roHpoudlng to treatment
hero at homo and It was decided to
take him to Portland. Mrs. Martx,
tho community nurwo accompanied
them to Portland.
Jay Gould, tho man who handloH
the weuthor in thlH pluce, laid off ou
Thanksgiving Day, tho flrht time wo
havo noon him on the street In his
bout clothos for a "coon's ago," but
tho woathor continued molHt uh hau
boon tho cuntom for .the pust several
weeks, Moro rain and a Httlo enow,
Result; Dad road, wnudhaulers
aroaehy, bat faraaera a ad steckann
Tkos. Qelleay left Taeaaay lor
OovlBgtea, Keataeky, .where he will
spend- the wlntor. Tom waa la Alaska
for a time with Dave Nawmaa and
uni dowa here several weeks ago
to renew acquaintances and bow haa
gone to his old home la Kentucky to
spend the winter, Thoy still grow
mint down there but whethoa the
other Ingrodlents are to he bad for
a "Jullp" U a problem, but any way
Tom au hare "porslmmone and es
eeat," let walefe we aavy klaa,
Iaio Porter In In from tho Steins
Mountain auction on buiilncHii.
II, Lndd nnd wlfo am over from
Diamond on bunlncim bufuto the local
land otllco. 9
Mr. Frank Thompson In in tho
city on u vIhH with rolutlvuit and
Moot mo at tho Homo Drug Co. at
3 p. M. I havo wanted n kodak for
yurn,HO I havo decided to havo thorn
nhowio tlie one ,1. ought to buy.
Tho tichool dlsnllsnod on Wed 11 on
dny 'for tho Thanksgiving vacation
and will not rcsutuo until next Mon
Sheriff Goodman returned Wed
nosday from llond, having been out
on official biislnoM.
All roads load to success in life
It In only those who lonn their way
who fall to arrive nt tholr dontlna
I'.lllirK Itllll JMJiniMIIlnllv.ll rri'.
compllsh gront things when thoy
Imvn will nnwnr in amir fhntn ulnnr.
Mrs. Francos Clark nnd her son
Ilex went to I'rlnovlllo Thursday to
upend tho Thnnknglvlng vacation per
lod. Thoy expect to return tomorrow
V A. Fojalor nnd Frank .lohnnon
returned to I'rlnovlllo Tuesday morn
lug after a short visit in thin vlcln
ity "Fi" had to got back to got
hlu pupor it. thin week.
KNTKIITAINH KOIt RKADKH
Edward Abnor Thompson, the
reader who so pleasantly entertained
the people of this city with two re
citals last week, was an honor guest
at a dinner glvon by Mrs. C. II. Mc-
Connoli whllo ha was in our city.
Several guests were present and a
delightful tlrno snent.
This life Is full of surprises, but
one of the greatest of all is when a
fellow first learns that to accomplish
the supposedly Impossible Is a com
paratlvely easy matter when ho goes
at It with determination and In the
Too many of as are prone to eon
stder a thing Impossible without first
giving it proper tsougat and invest)
To us It looks an Insurmountable
mountain simply because it Is great
er than the problems with which we
have been accustomed to deal.
The man of strong force and char
acter finds it easy to overcome great
obstacles becauso he likes his work
and has confidence in his ability to
Tho nvorngn man mnv become
forceful of character through culti
vation of habit. And tho cultivation
of habit is morn simple nod easy
than that of ho cropn In tho field.
(bstnclos am only obstacles to
thoito who consider thorn i.uch. To
(ho innn of will power nnd deter
mination they aro as pobblos in tho
pathway of a gfant.
You can, If you will,
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thiU are pncti a lilndranun in
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that uinrii ntmror the jilauot
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MKS. PHIMPLC CAYS tfHtt
WON'T VVCAH CALlKCN
ANY MOW: BCCU7. 6HC
DOESN'T LIKC TO SEC
Hcnneur in ppiimt
If you didn't tako out your Hod
Cross membership tho period of tho
drlvo you tiro not barred. JuhI hand
It over to tho oganltatlon now, It
will go right Into the funds.
The lluraN Iloer Milling Do. will
yrffin operation at oncn oa a toll
Tho mill will take the wheni and
gviad It for toll nf omvelghth, gtv-
lng Uw prodacrr In rrtura aevnn
nlghta of tho Hoar and hy producU.
ThU la aa small a toll a one coald
rxpoct the mill to operate wpoa Tho
Iluran Vomr Milling Od.
FOR BALK Piano In good eondl
tlon. Inquire at this office. 11-37.
Percale 29c yard Mrs. II. T.
LOST Shepherd dog with light yel
low belly, darker back aad white
ring around his neck. Last sees
Bear Lawen. Heasosable reward
glvaa to party who finds him aad
will notify IL J. Williams at 8a
The beoks aecoante aad aataa t
J. W. Geary, M. D. are la the aflaa
ef tht underalgBfd for olleetlea.
All those knowing tkemaelvaa ladeM-
4 to the Doetor are reuatted ta
aall aad aettla, aa I aaall at amaC
eat atatemeata bat brlag salt la aaak
aa whera I eoasldeB It arayar ta
da m. Xladly aall aad aava aaeta.
M. TON BOMIALI.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms for man and wife or two
women, Inquire at this office,
, -n ,
400 tons alalfa hay for sale. Feed
ing prlvlllgoe or it will be fed to
stock If desired, Inquire of J.
UimpHhlru or Arthur Turner.
Try Fircfitoiio Cord, t'nlverra
(iurugo. Atlv. tf.
Falrbunl.H-Moroo Krllpso Hnglne
nnd Pump jack uHsombled llegular
NtHwiat price 9.tn.00
FalrbnnkB'Morso Bngine 3 horae
pawer Regular price 1(.
Haoelal arlee M.M
Myers pump, braae eyllader, 11
P bbIb! jftiem faYT.H
The above articles aava beta asad
bat jvat overhauled aad are la flrat
Cfcaapar ssw tluui Later.
la aaaa led ihm rlca
-wU ratoav-rhaawi CSMT.
SPANISH COM3 AGAIN I
A ehanrtsna ambHtmamt oC
thu rffnT with ehe BMwtnuMiiB
old flpanfch Mewh of tort4uo vholl
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Harney County National Bank
OF BURNS OREGON
NOVEMBER 15, 1920
Loans and Discounts - - - - - .$397,164.88
Bonds and Securities - - - - - 143,375.33
United States Bonds - - - - --64,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures 4,601.77
Heal Estiite Owned - - , ,v - i- - - 1,000.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank - - - - 3,100.00
Redemption Fund - - - ;-, -.- - 1,625.00
Interest Earned but not Collected - - - 6,463.58
Cash and Exchange 149,262.21
Capital Stock $ 50,000.00
Undivided Profits - 19,302.66
Interest and Discount Collected not Earned 706.23
National Currency - 32,000.00
Reserved for Depreciation Libery Bonds - 2,731.06
Deposits - - - - 584,627.01
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
OREGON STATE DEPOSITARY
On a Radiator Freezing
Will Prevent It
Guaranteed at 42 Below Zero
We Are Still Selling
TIRES, TUBES, and
Pravcttoe baf era V. at. hmm
ImIIcmUoim are that aha
Hare of the land wlH
Mraat asaay iavaaioaa aa
MUuraey Oouaty the aoaa
aaff aaaaoa. IJatlaiai aaw
vriM he kept before pre
aeeUve tnveatera the aa
Bolls For Sale
Twenty-two head of yearling and
two-yoar-old registered Shorthorn
bulla for sale at reasonable prices.
Write or phone the Slta Ranch,
Laweb, Oregon. 11-11-tf.
Reduced Prices Still Prevail
One lot of Shoes from $1 to $5
Wigwam Flour is now down to
price of $11. SO per barrel.
Full line of Christmas Ties, etc.
Now is a good time to get your
supplies. Special price on large orders.
Burns Cash Store
X The Herman Martz Z
t It prepared to work
Phone No. G104
KOR SALB 140 feet C Inch cosing
UBNverual Gnrngo Co, 8-14.
Ronnsovelle Dig. Burns, Oregon,
Mrs. A, I), Jones la now In charge
of the 8roth rooming house adjoin
ing the Colt hotel. She will lie
pleaued ta atuot her many frluuM