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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1918)
Dewey Robinson wan greeting hi
friend on the streets yesterday.
A. A. Tipton was a,b ttslness visi
tor during the week.
Statement Of the Condition of the
First National Bank
At the doee of business August 31, 1918
Loans and Discounts $515,258.76
U. S. Bonds 123,200.00
Bonds and Securities 15,837. 11
Stock, Federal Reserve Bank 8.000.00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 9.200.00
Five per cent Redemption Fund 2.600.00
Capital $ 50.000.00
Surplus Fund 50,000.00
Undivided Profite Account 33,440.95
Bills'Payabie (Liberty Loan Account) 25,000.00
Re-discounts with Federal Reserve Bank 45.600.00
Capital and Surplus
United States Depositary
Oregon State Depositary
Ha The Large,! Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Harney County.
Collier wan in town thin
Cecil was over I he other
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. J9I8
local NEWS xotkk.
Fat hens and frvs
for sale Mrs.
Cha. Comegvs was in town Thurs- ,
day from Diamond.
Judge R, C. Levens arrived home
the forepart of thin week from his
visit to Portland.
Mrs. E. it Heed and Mm. E. N.
Jamehon are home from their visit
Urover Hudspeath, who is In'
charge of the Hunts Cash Store
branch at Kiley. wan in town the for
part of this week.
Chan. Moore and family were over
from Diamond the first of the week j
and left on Wednesday for Hend .
where they may decide to remain for
John WIntermeler wan down from ;
his Silvles home the fo'e part of the
week. Mr. Wintermeier state he
had a very good crop of hay on hi j
There will he serviics at the Hap
I tlst church every Huinl:i with spec
ial tinging hy Mrs. Hunt.
Albert ()iik-rmaii anil his mother
were over from their home at Klley
on Thursday afternoon.
THK KlItHT RATIONAL BANK OP
lll'HNS. CAPITAL AMI SURPLUS)
. I oo.OOO.
W. B. Johnson was among our
Silver Creek visitor during the week.
Lester Hamilton rame up front hi
near Denio Wednesday.
Melvlu Doan was a business visi
tor from the south part of the coun
ty early this week.
Atty. J. W. McCuVtoch Is here
from Ontario on legal business.
Wanted 20 head young, sound
work hroses, broke, five to seven
year old. Oood mares preferred.
Address Eastern Oregon Land Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McKlnney
left Monday for a short vacation trip
during which they will visit their
former home in Pendleton and take
In the Kouud-t'p.
Patriotic Assurance Company.
Founded 1824 One of the oldest
and strongest Fire Insurance com
panies In the world. J. J. Oonegan,
Mrs. John Uemberllng and her
daughter, Miss Isora, arrived home
Thursday from their vacation visit
with relatives and friends on the At
THK POM NATIONAL HANK OF
Bl UN'S. CAPITAL AND SI lll'lt
HI 00.000. "THK BANK THAT
MAKES YOril $ HAKE."
Notice James McKee has taken
over all the property of Cecil McKee
and all persons holding accounts
against Cecil McKee are requested to
present the same to the undersigned
at Diamond, Oregon.-- James McKee
Earl Concer, a brother of Mr. J.
L. tiaul1. arrived here yesterday ev
ening for a short visit. Mr. Concer
Is a resident of Prlneville and Is an
assistant cashier of the First Nation
al Hank or that place, being associ
ated with Tom Haldwin, one of the
1 well known bankers of that state.
Thos. Cleveland and his wife were
over from their home near Van Tues
day. Tom came over to have bis
iUestiontiaire Illicit out and then go'
home to gel things in readiness so If
his I'ncle Sam called him he would,
be ready to go and help lick th
Joe Carter, the fruit nisn. lias es
tablished 11 fruit ami produce stand
Ifl the rooms adjoining; (iciiibcrlliig's
store. His son is in charge and they ,
expect to keep a supply of seasonable!
Mr. ami Mrs. George .lames were
down from their home near Harney (
the fore part of this week.
It. J. Williams was a business vis
itor from his home on Silver Creek
the other day.
A new oil stove, four burner with
oven and warming closet, for sale at
a bargain, See J. L. Uault.
The Times-Herald Is pleased to
learn that (leorge Uevans Is being
advanced In bis line of war work
In California where he Is stationed
and has several men under him.
Mrs. Nate Franklin arrived home
last evening from an extended visit
to outside points. She was accont
puttied home by Mr. Franklin's motlj
er. We have learned that Edna Van
derpoel went to Portland recently
In company with Mrs. McCarthy-
where she will attend high school
the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Huston enter
tained the teachers of this city at
their home last Saturday, Principal
Knlston of the high school being the
guest of honor as he Is to leave soon
for army duty.
A letter from Frank Smith to his
mother states that he and Othel
Coff had arrived safely at Corvallis
and had joined the Student's Army
Corps. The former la taking mech
anlcal engineering and Othel elec
trical engineering. Their rhool
opens Sept. 30.
Preparations are being made to
entertain main outside people In this
city during this afternoon. The par
aile of mothers, wives and sisters of
soldiers promises to he a most illsp'r
lug patriotic demonstration that will
create anil stimulate interest lit the
S C IISC It I II E N O W
- I'MTEII STATES OP A.MEItICA
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Application for llomls ci.n
i. inailc through this hank.
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HANK OP Hllt.NS
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Harney CougLl Naiitraal Bank
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"
Liberty Theatre Special For Mothers
THE HANK THAT I fruit and vegetables on hand.
MAKES YOl'K V
Frank Keuny was In town yester
day and said his flocks are now do
ing quite well on the range, although
hts part of the country was not m
fortunate as this section in the sup
ply of rain.
C. T. Miller was in to
and stated that the range and pasture
have been Improved hy the recent
rains but not to an appreciable ex
tent so far as the cattle are concern
ed as the new grass Is yet too short
to do them much good.
J. C. Ileatty was up front his
ranch In the fertile Trout Creek
valley during the week trying to find
some help to go down and assist
him in taking care of his garden. He
will have many tons of tomato
which he hopes to send out by par
tite)' haven't what you want they will
try and get It for you. Visit the
stand and gel prices on fruit for can
ning and winter use.
Mrs. William Stirling and daugh
ter Miss Agnes took their departure
Tuesday morning on Wray's stage
for Portland where Miss Stirling
will remain and take up some war
This office is ill receipt of a letter
from Kev. W. F Shields slating they
arrived safely at Nyssa and were get
ting straightened out In their new
home. He expressed the belief that
thev would like their new field of
labor but also held a warm place In
their hearts for this place and were
' not o far away that they could not
I come back for an occasional visit
and a camping trip with their Camp
n yesterday I work After , Bhort V,H MrH. 8tlr. Fire Olrls.
; eel post.
Geo. Itaycraft was a caller at this , j w. Huchanan was In from his
office Wednesday. He Informs us he ramll the other day making the flni.l
Is putting In his time at his trade of , arrangement completing the deal
carpenter and the family are look- j whereby he Is the ownar of an addl
ing aftet a dairy herd of HoUteins j tlonal acreage adjoining his ranch,
which are making good as he Is re- he having bought out a neighbor
ceiving 61 cents for butter fat at I OVer there and in so rfoin left hlm-
Burr Wood anil his wife arrived
here Wednesday evening from On
tario on their way to Portland, mak
ing the trip by auto. Mr. Wood is
a son of Col. C. E. 8. Wood and In
formed the writer he was hurrying
through to enlist in the artillery up
on his arrival in Portland. He did
not say whether he bad been called
in the draft Just Issued or whether
he was going in some special capacity.
self afoot as he traded In his Ford
car on the deal.
Prof. (1. Merlggioll and wife came
over from Callow Tuesday on busi
ness before the land office. After
making his proof next week Prof.
Merlggioll expects to go to Seattle
where he will be employed on the
Orpheum Circuit during the coming
season. They were accompanied
over by A. 8. Hebener who has re
turned together with Mrs. .Merlggioll
I Prolonging Human Life! I
In the effort to lengthen the span of human ex
istence, every available resource in Nature's store
house is utilized. These must be classified and system
lzed and ready for use. This is the work of the
The intelligent handling sf this vast stere of reme
dies, under the direction of your physician, devolves an
We empl.y none but competent graduated pharmacists.
The Rexall Drug Store
MM BUM., Praps.
I In k expects to return home when
their other daughter, Miss Ntnttie
will go out on a similar mission.
Itev. Win. Halrd. Preby'i-rtat
.Sunday School Missionary in this
district, was a visitor to our city for
a short time last Tuesday. Kev.
Halrd makes Crane and the Callow
section at frequent intervals but sel
dom gets to this place, therefore his
occasional visit are appreciated by
his Iriends. He now is the possessor
of a Ford car which gives blm a
method of covering bl field more
Geo. Cobb was In yesterday to have
this great religou weekly changed to
his address at Nampa. Idaho, as he
and Mrs. Cobb take their departure
toi'ay for that place where they have
purchased a developed 20 acre tract
a short distance out. This tract I
under irrigation and Is devoted to
fruit and alfalfa. We are sorry to
lose Mr. and Mrs. Cobb from our com
munity but they have a delightful
place to go to and since they have
not disposed of their properly In this
OOUntJt we shall expect them back at
some future time.
UMt, Hoy L Shaw spent a few
days In our city during the fore part
of tills week greeting his old (line
friends. ir Shaw, who Is a vetrln
arlati. wtis formerly loeftti 1 In tit's
c'ly following bla school work, but
upon the declaration of war with tier
any ha was one or the noat anthu
litstlc boosters for volunteers. lie
wauled lo go to the navy but decid
ed hi- would heller take arm service
us thus he could belter 4orve with bis
professional services, therefore when
his number was called in the draft
he responded at once. He has been
stationed on the coast but was out
on a furlough, his wife's former home
being In Prairie City, and they came
there for a visit While she was at
the parental home Doc. took occas
ion to run over and greet his old t II
ilcuins here. Upon leaving he expec
ted order to go directly to some point
In Virginia where he would be ata-
I tloned pending hi opportunity of go
" Sddia Goes to J-leaverv"- -EssAmty
Special next Saturday at the Liberty. Mothers and wivtl
of Soldiers participating in the Liberty Loan parade will 1
honar guests at this performance.
'.''V.vtJ8i?m"'l IA yr w J
"The German army can be beaten; y
the German army will be beaten;
the German army mul be beaten."
Pershing coasted on every man, woman and child in Ann i ic
to back him np when lie said that back him tip with their souls, their flesh, thefl
pocketbooks to t lie last drop of blood, to the last dollar.
Our young men are backing him with'theff blood." Every one of us at home must
back him with our dollars our last dollars our future dollars.
BUY Fourth Liberty Bonds. Any Bank Will Help You.
TMIS AYaTIBlT COIMIIUHD TQUVOI TJ
VAxBXOTXO oo-oramATiow o
Burns Cash Store
ing acros to get into the real crp.
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