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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1918)
First National Bank
Burns, Oregon, May 31, 118
To The Subscriber to
The Third Liberty Loan,
Through The First National Bank, Burns, Ore.
To those who subscribed to the Third Liberty- Loan
through our bank, under the Government. irnttHllment plan,
we wish to make the following explanation and statement.
Wo made requisition in early May to the I'ViIenil Re
serve Rank for blank notiCM and franked envelopes BO that
each subscriber latent be notified of his next payment, the
amount thereof and when due.
Sueh supplies not having been received, we iJnallv
wired, inquiring the delay, and were advised that same had
been forwarded the day before and they were finally receiv
ed on May 29th. the day after the installment payments bad
to be made.
Believing that every subscriber would wish to make
good his obligation, and not allow his initial payment to be
forfeited, we settled on May 28th the 20 per cent install
ment due from everv subscriber, and we trust that each sub
scriber will remit us promptly the amount we advanced at
While this circumstance has made us much additional
work, we appreciate the fact that the Federal authorities
have much to contend with these trying times and we make
this brief explanation that it may be understood that in not
notifiying subscribers generally we were no way at fault.
J. L. GAULT, Cashier.
Hugh Tudor waa In town yester
Km- Sate Kitchen range "'", '""''
buggy. Inquire of Mr. Ray nnlth,
Thrill unil pat f"10l h in
Ha, Th Largest Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 191a
Locl NtW 6.
J. Edward Lason
Uend on buHlnesa.
Ih over from
Horn To Mr. and Mm. Bert Wll
Hame. Saturday June I, a daughter.
Knur horse power Fairbanks-Morse
gas engine for Bale. Call nt this office.
Kdgnr Hint Lee WllllniiiM were over
from Sliver Creek Thursday on busi
ness. Luxuries us UHual means a vlctorl
oua Germany. Have and buy War
A. K. ltlrhurdHon got home the
oilier tiny after laying In Hend for
several iIhvm HWHltlng repairs for Ills
An oocaatonsl shower of .1 local
charan tar helpa i 1 lepr 1 hlngi up
anil eoola off a tittle 11 nothing more.
Wi 1 i lui I ri'iil rain ) at,
m FlItHT RATIONAL BANK OF
ltritH. OAPtTAL AM) hi lti-1,1 n
llOOtOM. "Till; HANK III A I
m.amh rocs a a sik."
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Hliillurd esna
over tniin their hniu mi Otis Creek
Thursduy. The ialier will remain
wllli her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. O.
("Hwlfleld, for a few wceka, but I'M
returiia home at nine to look after
Lost- A saddle horse eatmyed
from Jut'k Creek this spring. Hay in
color, branded t'H on Jeft atlfle.
Muddle marked, weight about 00 lbs.
Iteward for his recovery or Informa
tion leading to his recovery. M. S.
Ilavles. Narrows, Oregon.
MarJorl Hyrd arrived home last
Saturday evening from 1'ortland
where ahe baa beet) attending St.
Mary's Academy during the school
year. She Is delighted lo be home
with her friends and playmates and
la looking forward to an enjoyable
A war aarer la a life-saver.
Tor Hale 40 acrea adjoining
Burns. See J. J. Dnncgan.
Mrs. Chas. V. Ellti returned re
cently from 11 ti rp to Portland tad
other ottti itde points,
For Mali" Complete Well drlllng
outfit. For particulars Innuire of
Qeo. Cobb, Ilurns. Oregon.
Dr. C. C. Orlffllb la enjoying a
visit from his brother. Dr. t, f cirlf
flth. of Palem. Dr. Griffith la here
for a few ilns only.
Fred Johnson was In town thli
wck calling Upon hts drug und cigar
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I nn'if, ri n iim 111 i.iini'r uist n 1
urday und viewed the ,., Hpae which
u dew 1 Ibed a 1 moil wonderful.
Mr, and hi u 1.. tiuitnn ai a
omt from their ranch homo daring
Hie for pari of thli week, Their
liter ti home from achoo! al The
Frank Johnson wiis over from
I'linevlllc during the week looking !
aftar the knterhata of the Oregon &
9 iii n Colonlaation Co. In ihisj
To Liberty Bend Holders
Don llaker was up from the Wild
Horse Ranch during the week vlalt
tng with relatives ami friends. Hun
has been on the Wild Horse l!a. n
for many yeara and he does not QOflRV
up lo his oltl stamping ground nty
often any more, therefor" IiIn oe as
lonal visits are all the more enjoyed
.Millie: ah persona Knowing iiiem-
aelveti Indebted to I. Schwurtz. are I
requested lo selile Ihelr accounts,'
before June 1st. On that date all 1
unpaid accounts will be given to a
Henry Oeo wrote a eard to hisi
father the other day In which he atat-
ed he was getting along flue. The I
great trouble with moat of those
. ommunh nitons from our boya over
in France la that they say ao little,
but that Is becauae of not being al
lowed to write too much detail.
First Liberty liondH
is due June ltli
This Ibiiik will cash your coupons
when due, ot-.-.will exchange fcliem tor
War S;ivinrH StanipH,
United Stales Depositary
Harney Countq National Bank
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
A. O. Siniieman waa down from his
ranch on Hock Creek Thursday.
1'aul Fluke waa down from
mountain home yeaterday.
W. T. VanderVeer waa a hurried
vlaltor to our city yeaterday.
Next Monday Is the annual school
meeting which will be held at the
public school building at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon. All Interested In the
educational work should be present. Mlsa l.elah MeOoe la home from
The matter of conaolldatlng three ad- u0lae where ahe had been attending
Joining districts will be voted upon
at this meeting.
Fred Smyth has returned from
Portland where he went to attend
the Masonic Grand Lodge doings and
to take some higher degrees In the
order. He brought back a new f'adll-
a bualnesa college.
Dewey lloblnson. who has been at-
Wm. Burgett waa over from tha
Wagontlre country during the wek.
Mra. Kmbree waa up from Suimt
Van Kmbree waa up from Sunset
during the week.
C. B. McConnell has gone to oi
Two flax Ford tlrca new, for aale
at a bargain. Farmers Kxchange.
J. ('. Freeman was in town from
his ranch on the lower Silver Creek
on last Thursday.
Regular customers desired for milk
and cream. Phone John Caldwell
Pal Doncgaii left the other day for
Portland where wo understand he
has a position with the Standard Oil
l'o. tor the vacation period. Al the
opening of the school ear It Is Pal s
Intention lo enter, perhaps tad state
Tom Allen and C II. Leonard re
turned Wednesday night from Lake-
view where they had been attending
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oakerinaii
were In town the other day. Albert
Is now able to navigate on that brok
en leg without the aid of a crutch.
tea awakaan aaaanaiaai, i.v Ant I Mrs. Sam Mlckle look her depar
HIIINH. CAPITAL AXI HIHM Thursday morning lor Wllla
SIOO.OOO. "THK HANK I'HAT I m",a' ,M ,h" Willamette Valley
MAKKH YOl' it HAFK." v',t w,,h relatives and frlenda for
cow aYOOOUSM INV1TKI1. a '"definite time. She was taken
us far as iieuu by ncr son, A. l.
Mra. Kdlth B. Linton, mother of
1 Mrs. James Lampshlre and Mrs Roy
Moullen, arrived here from Kugece
the fore varl of this week and wll!
spend the summer here with her
daughters. She was accompanied
lac s which is much admired by ' rifle. In the sage brush hack of the '"""' by Gwendolen Lampshlre. her
thoee Who know aooiethlng of tut)lt- school building. Owner may granddaughter, who has been Maying
with her during the past school year.
tending school in Portland during
the past year, arrived home this
week to spend the vacation.
Found A 22-callbre Winchester
"Insides ' of an auto.
Mr. ami Mra. M. A Kiggs left to
day for a vacation Halt with relative-,
and friends at Ontario anil
have same bv coming to this office,
proving the property and paying for
iiniM'i-.n or some oilier institution other points They will take in the
Mrs. K. K. Purlnglon and htr
daughter Miss Helen, come in Sunday
after spending the past several
of higher learning.
People coming In from several Hlchardson Her niece also went out gave Mr. Purlnglon possession again, help to speed up the successful ter
points of the compass say that this i that way on her return lo her home
C. H. Mller the P. L. S. Co
man. was again in this vicinity this
week consulting with associates and
utteniHni' In bllulllPMM matter
Ms not the only dry spot In the couu- Mp L'tah.
For Hale-Seed wheat, Early Baart try as the whole northwest -In fad
. - a a a Ilin ahllru utoul anrl uonlli urn unffuv.
rjr Little (luh. 'JO day oats. All " -" - "-
fanned and ready to seed. P
Cliuu,iaii'iiu at Vale, also visit Boise
ami Welser during their absence.
They v.111 be gone for a couple of
weeks al least.
3 ing irom hick hi ruin
J. O. Alberson was In town the
fore part of this week. He was ac-
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A It. Olson did not i Irving, and wife, also his ounger I , , , , ...,..
Mrs. Jem Ferguson and the chllil-
ren have gone to Cottage drove months in Portland Miss Heh u nu
where they will visit for a time with a student at the State University ai
Mr. Furgusou's mother pending the Kugene the fore part of the year but
arrival of Jess later. The latter is was compelled to discontinue her
now employed at the sawmill hut he studies because of ill health. Mer
C. L. Austin is down from the mill. '"lends to leave soon for Portland mother went to Portland In NoveaV
He ha decided not to take over the where he hopes to get employment her and since that time tbey had
property at this time and therefore j ,n some government work which will been residing there. They cam. over
from Bend In company with ('. F.
Miss K. K. Anderson, a traveling 1 mlnallon of the war. I'pon his get- McKlnney and L. M. Hrown on tneir
saleswoman for a baking powder con- I Hwg settled with a permanent Job the return from the meet ing of the Stat
Bom was 1 ailing upon the merchants family will Join him. hankers at that cfhjr.
in this city during the week. This
is rather novel as It Is not often
Mr. and Mrs
Khaki or loans are the spring 11 ' Kee ,ne eclipse u they bad-'daughter amf a daughter of Mr. and
luiuhhMdHimnntil lail hoped because of Mr 0100 taking Mrs. Kmory HIM. The parly cuiue
The wind storm Wednesday afler-
for their selection. There is also n s" ""ring ine i.igm netore. lie nan
third style- horizontal stripes hut " !i,'v"'" a' 0t grip which pre
we predict this will not bo popular " "le'r Kol,,K "' ,,v'-' ''
point where It could be observed In
E. N. Nelson has gone to Portland 'totality. It Is a source of dlssapolnt-
to Join his family. He does not , ment to them.
know how long he will be absent.
.. r-. . i i.w i .,-., ... ....i Mrs. II. C. Levens took her depar
n.nfawimiui" !' " . . i ,.. ,i.. ur. , vur I.. hm
lure Thursday morning for Portland I """"" ""'
helping our rncic am anil the allies
to stamp out the Hun. He atated In
his letter that this great religious
over rrom llarnev wbcre Ihcy Had ; noon was one 01 me inosi seyere exr
bei m for some time at the home of , perlenced In this vicinity for a long
Mrs. T. ii. James, the mother of Mra. time, rhe dasl waa ai ihhu
Alberson, who Is seriously ill.
The Times-Herald man hud the
pleasure of reading a teller from
Bert Oliver to P. C. Peterson the
he will remain with her as long as
to be absent for several weeks. She
was accompanied by her little niece,
Wm. Farre, E. C. Eggleaton and Mary Welcome, who goes for some
James J. Donegan made a business ' special attention to her eyes. The
trip to the aoutbern part of the coun- I little lady will remain with her aunt
ty during the week, returning home , until ahe has fully recovered from
Wednesday evening. Tbey were In- this medical attention before return-
veatlgate some mining prospects In Ing home.
George Fry arrived home last 8at-
Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith came ; urday evening after spending the
home form Portland the lore part of j winter in California. He waa ac-
hla week. Jack McOuIre accompanl- . companled up rrom Portland by his
ed them down and while In the city daughter, Miss Georgia, who had
they made a trade between the doc- .been attending school at St. Mary's
tor's Dodge and a new National car i Academy. They came up us far as
which Dr. Smith drove home and has j The Dallas a few days before and
been the envy of hla frlenda since. ; visited with his daughter, Mrs. James
Jack is agent for the National In Wilson, for a short lime before com-
addltlon to the Hup.
Ing ou in.
weekly waa reaching him occasion
ally but was the only home paper he
Mlsa Leila Egll arrived here Wed
nesday. She and ber father came
up from California last week to the
ranch' where they spent a few days
before she came on over. The young
lady expects to takji a position with
the First National Bank In a few
days. She states her fathers health
Is somewhat Improved but that he
will likely return to Hie milder til
mule In a short time where Mrs. Kgll
and Marie remained.
Mr. und Mrs. I. S. Geer relumed
from an extended auto tour of the
country. They went from here via
could not see any distance for several
minutes. Some windmills were blown
down as well as telephone and elec
trh light poles In this city. We arc
Informed it blew the roof off the
store ut Itlley and also the roof from
one of the W. C. Cecil houses farther
up Silver Creek.
Friends In this city have received
the announcement of the marriage
of Mlaa Ituby Burrow to Michael H.
Neuman which took place In Port
land on June 2. The bride formerly
reatded In this city and has many
warm frlenda among the young peo
ple who wlah her every happiness
and congratulate her huband. She :
la a charming and capable young lady
who has been helping to proaecute
the war during the past several
mouths us an attache ef the navy
service. She Ih u daughter of Dr. It.
1). Burrow, formerly of this city.
C. II. Ausmus. who was seriously
hurl in a run-away several weeks ago
and was brought to this city for med-
Prolonging Human Life!
In the effort to lengthen the span of human ex
istence, every availab'e reaouic in Natute's store
house is utilized. These must be dissifted and sy item
ized and ready for us?. This is the work of the
The intelligent hanjlHnfi: of this vast store of reme
dies, under the direction of your physician, devolves on
We employ none but competent graduated pharmacists.
The Rexall Drug Store
REED BROS., Props.
I Bend to Klamath then over Into the ,,l attention and remained al Ihe
! Uogue Ulver Vallev. passing through BOSpltal for a few weeks. Is again an
Ashland and Medford then to Itlddle ''"""' "' hoapltal following an
where Ihev had a fine visit with Mr. operation. It seems his physician did
Sand Mrs Oil Geer. the old pioneer ""' r"llz'' 1,,w ,,tt" he w" llurt "
parents of Mr. Geer. Thev also had lh aooltOBt, since he responded to
the nleasure of a visit with Mr. and treatment readily without an exten-
Mra. Pearl Geer who were under the lv Investigation of hla internal in
parental roof for a short time. I'earl iTla Mr. Ausmus felt he had
recovered rrom inn enecis oi u. i (inl
and his family reside In the east.
The came on down to Portland for
a short visit then home over the Gol-
uv.ibla Highway bringing Mr. Geer'a
daughter, Mrs. Irving Miller, and her
little son home with them for a visit
plications appeared recently and up
on investigation It was found a slow
leakage from the intestines had been
going on perhaps ever since his hurt
and it was necessary to open him and
of indefinite length. Mr. Geer cornea ' "" '"V aonon.ma. cav..y. ...is
j home much Improved In health and l,ol"''n had been accumulating for a
- li.i.i, in.iii.i.l u ii A I li ii m it Itfaai ui.o. L ..n
says a trip or that kind Is good for "" i" " "
anybody, oven a newspaper man If , " patient until It la a very aerl
he had time and a Jitney. ' " ""r bl h, Phjmleion reports
ha la improving slightly.
You can't build and keep up the
bodily powers witnout the most
For the worker, in whatever Hue, nothing can
excel tine of our hixciona, juicy Hams, Shoulders, or
a Havtiiy Htrip of Hi-en kfust Baron.
Greatest Reduction In Fancy Meats Ever
The following priotM ar available for a
Limited Time ONLY
Premium Bacon, per lb. 45c
Shield Bacon, per lb. 45c
Oxfords Bacon, per lb. 38c
Hams, per pound 36c
Burns Cash Store