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TIIL ONTARIO AftGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, TJ3t. .
ChaTTer No. 6822 Heswvo District No. 12
HKPOHT OP CONDITION OK TIIK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT ONTAIUO, IN TUN STATU OP OHKOON, AT Til 13
ftrt.o.sK ok iu;hi.vj:hh on skptkmhhh o, mm
la Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts
(except tliuso shown In b and c) 502,101.00
d Notes and bills rcdlscountod with fodorol
ltcsorva Bunk (other thnn bunk acceptance
Hold) 87,580.00 114,581.00
2. OvordraflH, secured $ ; unsecured $518. S2 518.82
I. U. H. Gotei-iimcnl securities owned!
a Deposited to socuro circulation (U. S. bouds
par vnluo) 12,500.00
h All othor United States Clovernmoiit Secur
Total ; 51,850,00
.". Oilier bond, serin llliw, civ t ' 23,035.51
0, Hanking Houso, $32,350.00; furniture mid
fixture, 908.tl.GC 39,181.00
8. Lawful rosorvo With federal Hsorvu Hunk 27,025.52
10. Cash In vault and amount duo from national
11. AinoutitMlua from bnnks, hankers, and trust
conipnulcH In the United Stnton (othor than
Included In Itonis 8 0, or 10) 848.80
13. Cheeks on other banks In the same city or
town as reporting bank (other than Item
Total of Itonis 0, 10, 11, 12 mid 13.. 41,414.13
14. Checks on banks located outside of city or
(own of reporting bank and other cash Items ' 1,013.31
15. Hedosnptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer mid
duo from U. S. Treasurer 02G.OO
Capital stook paid In
Undivided profits $0,053.00
Loss current oxponxes, lutorast and
taxes paid 7,084.27
Circulating notos outstanding ,
Amount due to Htnto banks, hankers, mid
trust companies In the United Stated and
foreign countries (other than Included In
Items 21 or 22)
Certified chocks outstanding
Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24, uml25..
Demand deposits (other tlimi bank dcpoiKw)
subject to Itcervo (doposlts payable within
Individual doposlts subject to check
Certificates of doposlt duo In 'loss than 30
days (othor than for money borrowed) ....
Other demand doposlts
Total of domain! deposits (othor than
bank deposits) subject to Itesorvo, Items 20,
27 28, 20, and 31
Time deMlti subject to ltesere (pnynblo
after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or mora
notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for
money borrowed )
Other tltno deposits
I'ostal savings deposits ,
Total of time dopoilts subject to Ite
sorvo, Hems 32, 33, 34 and 3C
Hills payable, other than with federal He
serve Hunk (Including all obligations repre
senting money borrowed othor thnn redis
counts) , ,
Hills payable with federal Itesorvo Dunk . .
Hox Marnuls of Mallot spent the
week end with frlendH at Iromdde.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith and son,
Summers went to Hroguu on busi
ness Monday returning Buuday.
Mrs. S. I). Duncan and sons, Hay
and Wllllo, visited her daughters,
Mrs. Alice WllllrfhiB near Malheur
Orvlllo Nichols and Arthur Ileum
went to Bridgeport to cut mime wood
for Wilbur Nichols, Monday.
f rod Lawrence went to Hrognn
Tuesday on business.
wllllo Duncan was an outgoing
passenger on Tuesday stago to On
tario and Wolsor on business.
Tommy McKay of Uakcr was In
this locality Tuesday looking for
young cattlo to buy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hosroo Wolch mov
ed In from Malheur river and will
spend tlio winter In S. M. Motthan's
Hill Westfall and Joss Synipson of
Clover Creek woro Ironside visitors
Wednesday. Mr. Westfnll will move
his family to Ontario for tlio winter.
Doug. Lortou and son, Karl, nnd
Arthur Vanburan shipped out sovor
al carloads of beef cattlo to I'ort
Innd Thursday via linker.
Mr and Mrs. I;arnest Locey went
r.n nan nn ',0 Ontario Monday on business.
BTATB Of OltKOON. COUNTY Of MALIIKUH. ss
I, II. II. Cockrum, Cashier of the above named bunk, do solemnly swear
lliut the abovo statomeut Is truu to tlio best or my knowledge and belief.
II. II. COC1CUUM, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this COHHKCT Attest:
20th day of Seplembor, 1021. A. L. COCKHUM
('. W. PI.ATT. L II. COCKHUM
My Commission cxplros, November 21, 1024. KTTA COCKHUM
Notary Public for Oregon T. TUHNHULL
Mr. and Mrs. Weston woro out
going pnssongorH In Thursday's
stago returning to tholr holno In
l'ortlaud after several wooks nutlng
In tlio mountains on Malheur river.
Mr. and Mrs, Canflold woro over
night guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
Nichols Wednesday night from Mal
Mr. and Mrs, It. Wotch loft Thurs
day to visit frlonds In Idaho and
Halter beforo returning homo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. frank Audorson of
Prulslo City was an Ironsldo visitor
Thursday going to Nyssa, Oregon for
Alva Lawronco of Unity visited
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II. Law
rence, this weok.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald I'aylon of
I'ayotto, Idaho, woro Ironsldo visi
tors Mondny after an extended visit
In Uakcr and Unity with rolatlves.
Ironsldo farmers have Just fin
ished pitting up tholr soconil crop
of liny. The second' crop Is much
better than .for years.
Ouy Wlso has completed his honey
crop of 4500 pounds of extracted
honey nnd 200 pounds of comb
honey. Mr. Wlso feels quito qiatod
being Inexperienced with bees.
Albort nnd llobert Carpenter mov
ed tholr families to tholr now home
near Vale tho first of tlio weok
from Camp Creek Sawmill.
II. (VKIms returned homo from
linker Thursdny whoro ho has boon
out on business.
W. It. Lofton anil Hart lawronco
were Ironside visitors on buslnoss
frank Kims and Hnlelgh Vanbur
an wont out on Ironsldo mountain
for a door Hunt Saturday.
f Smith of Hrogau camu up after
Mrs llalley KohcrUon to assist John
Smith through fruit soasnu
Orlllo Nichols nnd Arthur Henm
attended tho dnnco at Hrognn Satur
Hay ni'd Hntph Duncan will do-,
nvor sovq-ni inousauu uusuois or
grain nt Brogan In tho next couplo
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Capo havo
put their little daughter In tho Iron
sldo school for tho winter ns there
will bo no school In Bouthfork dis
trict. Miss Dottlo Locey, n graduate of
Ontario High School has rcturnod
to take n post-grndunto course at
.MALIIKUH COUNTV IlKAL K8TATK
SKIT. 17 TO HIII'T SJI
U. S. A. to Milton H. Tregnskls.
SNWH, NWU8WU See. 8 J NR
USEVi of Sec. 7-31-40. Nov. 20,
Sheriff II. Leo Noo to Commerco
Mortgage Securities Co. NEKNWU
See. 10-15-43. Aug. 30, 1021. $3,-
800.08. (Cprt. of Salo).
A. M Johnson" ct ux to E. W.
Hlnkesloy, lncro In 8E4 See. 8-1 C-
47. Jan. G, 1021. $1.00.
Ornco II. Tumor ot vlr to frnnl-
Schrum, Lots 10 nnd 20, In Hlock
277, Ontario. Aug. 22, 1921. $10.00.
Thomas C. Thomslii In I.unlln K
Sullivan. Lots 2 nnd .4, SWUNK4
8KUNWU See. 4-17-47. Sept. 2
U. 8. A. to Win. J. Altuow, NWU
NEW Sec. 11: N14NWH. SHUNW
i of Sec. 12-18-30. Aug. 18, 1921.
frank 8tubbs ct ux to Thomas f
Coward, Lot 12, Hlock 8, Toutsch
Add. to Nyssa. Jan. 11, 1921, $307.
Qoo. I'. Ureon ot tix to Edw. II.
Chrlstonscn ot i, Lot 7, Hlock 01,
Orcons Add. to Nyssn. Oct. 25, '10.
Edw. II. Chrlstonscn to II. f.
Ilrown, Undivided H Int. In Lot 7,
Hlock 04, Orcons Add. to Nyssn,
Sept. 21, 1021. $100.00.
,Orah n. Drown ot vlr to Wlnflold
S. Ilrown ot nl, 3 acres In Lot 2,
Sec. M-20-47. Sept. 15, 1921. $800.
O. S. Smith to A E. l'owoll, Lots
5 nnd 0, Hlock 5, or K. S. & D.
fruit farms In Soc. 18-19-47. Sept
21, 1021, $075.00,
U. S. A. to Josslo M. Morrison, N
M8KU. SEUSEUoc. 3; WV48W
U. 813 M NWU, NBU8WU. NWU
SHU Sec 2-17-43, Sept. 9, 1014.
II. E. Adams ot ux to John II.
dishing ol nl, B14NWU8WW See
29-10-47. May 28, J021. $1.00.
O. A. Haldwlu ot ux to C. L. flth
or et nl, NWUNWUNWU Sec. 35-20-10,
April 4, 1021. '$2,000.00.
Thorlff II. Loo Noo to John C
Jghiuton, 8EUNEU. nnd NEUSE
U Sec. 3-18-43. Sept. 8, 1021. $1,-
MAHHIAOK I.ICK.NSKH I.HHUKI)
Avnlon V. Mnnsur nnd Ellznboth
Williams, Sept. 19, 1021.
D, E. Mastorson and Holcn Ander
son, Sept. 20, 1921.
H1VST CAIiliAl ADD LIVESTOCK SHOW
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
OCTOBER 5, 6, 7
Three gala days of a variety of amusement consisting of
Championship contests in all Roundup Events and
splendid exhibition of both farm products and livestock.
THESE WILL BE THREE DIZZY DAYS
When Weiser nnd her guests will go back and re-enact the days of the old
west. You will enjoy the contests between strong men and whirling, twisting
high bucking outlaw horses.
COMPLAINTS KILKI1 IN CIHCUIT
COUUT DUltlNn WllKIC
Morris Sommors Co. vs. II. J. Hon
eon. Sept. 19, 1021. Hocovory of
H. N. Stanflold vs. O. 8. L. Hy
Co. Sopt. 19, 1921. Dajfuige. $140.
20. Pncltlc Northwost Adjustment
Co. vr. Ontario Electric Co., Sept
10 1921 Hocovory on account
Clomeuto Alday vs. Julian Lnrrn
bldo. Sopt. 20, 1921. Hocovory of
first National Hank of Hanford,
Cnl. v Handnll Sago. Sept. 22, 1921.
Recovery on Nolo, J800.00.
Mabel Throo vfl. " O. f. Throo.
Sopt. 23, 1021. Divorce.
W. P. Allen vs. Malheur Live
stock & Laud Co. Sept. 24, 1021. Ho
covory on Note. $300.00.
No basomout required; your homo
heated bottor, natcr nnd mora
economically. Wo havo n pnekngo
II. H. Udlck,
. Plbg. & Htg.
V OH SALE Good f Ivo room
houso, shade, trees, lawn. $900.00
worth of good furniture. Oood lo
cality, prlco' $2050. Orcgg & Doo-little.
Mrs. A. Stowart Drown desires to
nniiounco that alio has beon appoint-,
od Cosotloro for tho Splrolta Com
pany, for appointments, phono
2 8-J. 38 tf.
"fOH THADE -Houso nnd too
lots tor good ford Car. Must bo
In first class condition. Inqulro at
tho Sueond Hand Storo, Ontario,
II. L. PETERSON
C. R. AUGUSTUS
MODERN CHAPEL AND EQUIPMENT
Oirntairno Funiriniiitaire Co.
We thoroughly appreciate the changed condi
tions of today, the desirability and necessity of
business and production expansion.
Every man owes it to himself and the
public goo A to oxtond his business and
producing activities to the limit of le
Wo welcome calls for holp, financial
or advisory, to this end.
Plan to be here. Phone, wire or write L. C. Northam, Weiser, Idaho, for
reservations, whioh must be paid in advance. For general information write
WEISER ROUNDUP, WEISER, IDAHO.
SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE WED., OCTOBER 5th,
ONTARIO'S GREATEST NEED
Tho appearance of Ontario as a city is injured by tho lack of sidewalks
good durable Concrete sidewalks. Tho value of many good pieces of property
is lessened because there are no walks in front of them.
Is This Not True?
Tho only manner in which this condition can bo remedied is to havo tho
needed walks built. There is no need for delay on account of high prices
Concrete walks last for many, many years, they havo not increased in cost
as havo othor materials. They last longer and are cheaper and b"etter than
WE CAN BUILD YOURS NOW
Kyu want a walk, if you need a walk, if you would have Ontario a
better looking homelike city, let us
FURNISH YOU AN ESTIMATE ON A CONCRETE WALK
BLASER CONCRETE CO.
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