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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1918)
The Public School observed Arbor
Day yesterday with an appropriate
W. L. Best returned yesterday
hi , n . v m
a shipment Of cattle
to Fi smI '! CI ....
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HE SPIRIT OF 1918 among our people must be equally as
patriotic as that of our forefathers of 1 776, for the question
of protecting our liberty born in that historic year is now of
paramount importance to every true American.
THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN begins April 6th Our in.titu
tution, its officers and employees are now at the Government's
command during the entire period of the Third Liberty Loan, ready
to serve the public in receiving subscriptions, giving information,
and assisting Harney County patriots in every possible way.
TERMS OF PAYMENTS
5 per cent with Subscription
20 per cent on May 28th
35 per cent on July 18th
40 per cent on August 15th
Personal checks on outside banks
of Liberty Loan Subscriptions.
will be accepted in payment
First National Bank of Burns.
Capital and Surplus - $100,000.00
United States Depositary
Oregon State Depositary
A. H. Drown recently returned
from a trip to Portland and brought
back SBfbe pure bred atock for hie
Mm. Hattle Mantle- came over from
Payette Monday evening, flhe ha
been pending the winter at that
hockey Mcl'hall returned yesterday
from n trip to ("amp Lewlii where lie
had taken a shipment of mule for
The school pictured .11 the Liberty
yesterday were lied Cross slides and
two reela of moving picture on min
eral pnlut. These proved Interesting
The Times-Jleral d
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Hu The Large! Circulation Of Any
Newpper ! Harney County.
SATURDAY. APRIL 13. lftl
Furnished house with barn t. reat.
lives patients at
"Keep the Olow
Buy Liberty Bonds.
in Old Glory"
Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Caldwell, a son.
I have 100 pounds of Mangel Wur
zel seed for sale. I. Schwartz.
Two AJax Ford tires new, for sale
at a bargain. Farmer. Exchange.
The Tiroes-Herald Is informed thai
John Eberle sold bis residence In this
city this week to J. E. Slxemore.
C. L. Austin and family are mov
ing to the Purlngton Saw Mill for the
Fur Male Seed wheat. Early Baart
r Little Club. 80 day oafs All
fanned and ready to seed- P-
R. H. Brown, of Diamond, spent
several days transacting business In
this city, returned to his home Thurs- '
day accompanied by Tobe Duncan.
C. D. Howard, formerly a resident
Of this vicinity, having been In ,
charge of the Korten place, Is here
this week from Nampa where he Is
This store is now on a cash bals.
No more credit will be given.
civil,- Weittenhlller mid family are
moving to their new ranch east of
town this week.
Henry Blackwell the well known
HtocRbuyer. shipped twelve cars of
cattle out o( Crane Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Patteraon were In
! from Diamond aa witnesses in a case
before the circuit court this week.
Mrs. Lucy Davis, who has been
teaching school at Welser. Idaho the
past season came over Monday for
a brief visit at this plao.
Henry Elchner, of Harney, left
Wednesday morning for Vancouver,
Washington, where he will bo em
ployed in one of the shipyards.
Hev. W. F. 8bields Is absent this
week attending the Presbytery at
Nysaa. He will possibly visit Boise
before he returns.
Foil HALF, M taken at once $476
Wesen Bros. Cabnet Grand Piano
for $200 cash. TKls Is a snap and
well worth Investigating. For full
Inforatlon Inquire at this office.
Mrs. II. It. Dunlap was up from
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF , Val. to t '" He patriotic demon
KCRNH. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ' stratlon at Crane Saturday and came
SIOO.OOO. "THE BANK THAT I on to this c(ty Sunday for a short
MAKES TOUR S S S SAFE." I visit with friends.
AOOOBNTA INVITED. on ,r,M)),r, . bMn de.
Drover Hudspeatb. who has been ! clared and under direction of Mr.
clerking in tbe Burua Cash Store for f O. B. Thompson, entomologist and
Home time past, left this week for government field agent. Is being
IMley, where he will assume the man- aaaldtoualy waged against the Insect
agment of the Kiley Branch of the this week.
Burns Cash Store.
B. F. Stllson and son are spending
Mrs. Kobt. Iteed, who had been
visiting with her daughters, Mm.
a few days In this city. Mr. Stllson ! Kay Smith and Mrs. Jesse Ferguson,
has been employed in one of the ship- J left for her home at Juntura Sun
yards at Bolllngham Washington, ; day. Mrs. Ferguson and her little
for some time past -and expects to ' son accompanied her for a few days
return to that place tbe coming visit. Mrs. Smith took them as far
week. jas Crane.
Drug Store Sundries
In addition to a complete line of Drugs and Pro
prietary Medicines, we carry a full supply of
Rubber Goods of all kinds.
Combs and Brushes, all grades and prices'
All Kinds of Toilet Preparations.
Pens, Pencils, Ink and Stationery.
We will furnish you anything you need for an in
telligent care of the health and beauty of your person.
The Rexall Drug Store
REED BROS., Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cecil, of Sun
tex, spent several days In town this
This store Is now on a rash basis.
No more credit will be given.
Or. Minnie llandvCaUcrson has
gone to Ontario to consult aw .are
Min-i -In list A -. v
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Dean Morton one of the substan
tial farmers of the Diamond country,
was here the other day,, ;-"
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Before you pjan your ausamer
wardrobe be aura to see sample line
of Bchwelier Imported Swlaa em-
bruderles and dry goods.
AURA CLINQAN. Rep.
THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AN iHWI.l'H
SISO.OO. -TEE BANK THAI
M;AKBS YOUR f S S SAOTC."
i SUTJDVNTS 1NVITK ,
The Times-Herald has a supply of
Millions for the lis. of candidates
for office for the coming primaries.
Get your petition tut and la circula
tion In time.
Fred Uoyl desire, to announce to
his friends that he Is now connected
with the universal Oarage Co. In the
converted building formerly the
White Front Barn. He may be found
mere reany o serve any wlio may
require bis aid.
Mrs. Harold Johansen and little
child were passengers out on the
train from Crane Monday enroute to
her home In Walla Walla after spend
ing a month with relative and
frlenda In this county. Mra. Johan
aan is a daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Ueo. Buchanan and is well known to
tbe people of this section.
Mr. McQowan of the Burns Oar
age recently returned from a busi
ness trip to Portland. Whlfe In the
D. M. Perry, father of Fred and
Roy, Is here from Oklahonu to spend
the summer. Hu will look after the
affairs of his son Roy, who has
Joined the navy.
Rev. W. F. Shield went to Boise
following the meeting of the Presby
tery at Nyssa this week and will not
return until next week. He will con
duct services at Nyssa tomorrow.
A. OtMnger, proprietor of the Far
mers Kxchange, arrived here the first
of this week to look after some busi
ness arralrs. Mr. Ottlnger Is now
making flying machines for the gov
The Fashion Book and sample
from Victor Tailoring Co., have ar
rived. I wilt be pleased to show you
the line any time.
Satisfaction always guaranteed.
AURA CLINOAN, Rep.
OUR SERVICE FREE
Hantfy Ctninlg National Bank
,5 Ihims, Oregon
r"Y0yR MfJlE INSTITUTION"
C. B. Ausmus transacted business
at this place the first of the wet.
If you need some good eating or
cooking apples see F. R. O'Connor.
Crane. Oregon, or send in your tfctfir
by tb. Laundlgan truck. Priaw 0.
first and second grade. Sl.nV'add
$1.76 per box.
Mr. and Mr. J. C. Bevclk and th!r
two children arrived her. yeterday
from Garfield. Waahlngton, where
they have been residing for the paat
several year. Mr. Bavclk wm for
erly Miss Lea Robinson and I well i
known to the people of this vicinity
cuplerl by the Hackney lirotfrars. . i nere mie spent ner life. up to the
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a aeeoml hand store. The bdfldlng "" " marriage, air. evcifc.-
will become part of the new furniture '""" "",m ln " vu-iny of the
nd wijiil hand store which he Is
fitting up on Second!" Street.
L. I.. HN MKHTKR IICTH lit ItNH
lit SIMSS PROPKKTY.
A deal was closed recently where
by L. L. Noonchester becomes the
owner of the business property form
erly owned i,y FraikU King. MM oc
IIAKNKV Xt NT BOYS IN Tl
The Exemption Board has notll
ed the following boys to be ready
report for the draft to fill Han
county' quota to go to the came
nt on tbe 26th of this menth:
Jesse J. Jones, Christ Bakopano
Leo. . Miller, Vent. Kern, Marti
Joyce. Fred A. Wilson. Baail Kirs
Ben Odell, Frank Trlaka, Levi
Simpson, Timothy Lane. '
Narrows and the family ay decide
to remain Md farm In Harney ciu-
Mrs. Lena Mendenhall, Wortl
Grand Matron of the Order of K
ern Htar of Oregon, paid an of fie
visit to Burns. Chapter last Thi
day evcnlifg. She was greeted by
Urge numier of the members and
was a most profitable and enjoyat
session. Mrs. Mendenhall reside
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.a 4 w - j
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city he arranged for a shipment of 4
car loads of F'ord ars which are now
being unloaded at Crane. He alo
purchase a new steam boiler which
will soon be assembled in the vul
James F. Mahon, of Princeton,
Oregon, submitted to an operation at
a hospital on Tuesday last. His wife
son Ira. and daughter, Mrs. Claud
Smyth, left for Portland on Monday
and reached their destination Tues
day morning. Mr. Mahon Is report
ed Improving and hia early recovery
Is sincerely hoped for by his many
friends lu Harney County.
Assessor John Caldwell, accom
panied by his mother, Mrs. Lee Cald
well, retured from Salt Luke City,
Tuesday evening. Mr. Caldwell went
to Salt Lake to consult specialists
and receive treatment which were Im
possible to obtain els.iwhere. We are
pleaaed to state that at present he Is
much Improved In health and will
In a abort time be able to resume bis
duties In the Assessors office.
Give Your Little Ones
An Interest in the Future
They arc your hold on the future,
and America is fighting to make their
future safe. They are too little to
realize this now but some day must
learn to reverence the traditions of
America, the ideals of America, the
great cause for which the men of
their father's day gave their lives.
Re ready then to put in their
hands bonds of their
They will be for them
dence that their fathers planned sac
JiC i i i j . .i .
milieu auu invcaiea ror tnir snnt
future. Liberty Bonds will mean'
more to them than money. They!
will make them proud of the fathers 1
who in America's day of great need
proved themselves true American
Invest in Liberty Bonds for Your Little Ones
THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND
BURNS CASH STORE
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