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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1919)
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Statement of the Condition of The
First National Bank
of Burns, Oregon
at the close of business March 4, 1919.
Loans and Discounts $576,425.98
U. S. Bonds i 97,600.00
U. S. Treasury Certificates 12,000.00
Bonds and Securities 27,796.42
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3,000.00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 9,000.00
Five per cent Redemption Fund 2,500.00
Cash on hand and in Banks 93,673.57
Surplus Fund 50,000 00
Undivided Profits Account 40,757.78
Bills Payable (Liberty Loan Account).. 25,000.00
Re-discounts with Federal Reserve and
Other Banks 199,211.07
Capital and Surplus, : $100,000.00
Ha The Largest Circulation Of Any
Newspaper la Harney County.
SATURDAY. MARCH IS. 19)9
Uatterlrs repaired properly.
The snow is disappearing and the
Robins are greeting us these days.
James Plrie was down from his
Cow Creek ranch daring the week
Settley Cream Separator, capacity
26 lbs., used only a short time, for
sale. Inquire at this office.
Wanted-Position by man and wife
on a stock ranch, address Chas. H.
Blanchard, Waltsburg, Wash.
Presley Smyth and Mrs. Cassia
Smyth were over from Diamond for
a few days this week visiting with
friends and looking after some busi
If out-of-town customer and oth
ers desiring taxes paid will hcim! us
their tax notice or otherwise notify
us, we will be glad to attend to the
matter for them First National
Hank of Burns.
Mrs. Ft. R. Site was a visitor here
tturing the week on business. She
reports Mr. Sits in better health than
for some time past, a fact that Is re
ceived with much satisfaction by his
many old time friends.
The Burns Flour Milling Co. Is
preparing te order a car load of
wheat seed and asks that farmers
turn their orders at the Burns Meat
Market that they may see whether
it Is necessary to order more or less
te fill the demand.
one of the enercetlc
J. C. Duncan
was among our visitors the fore part
of the week. He came up to aid a
neighbor to make proof on his land.
Mr. Duncan states that they have
more snow In that community than
we have here, which Is unusual. He
considers prospects fine for crops
this season and hopes to raise teed
for his stock and grain for the mill
Dean Horton was over from Dia
mond the first of the week.
Outs, barley and wheat for sale at
K. J. Williams was in town from
Silver Creek the other day.
For Hale Ten tons of rye hay. In
quire at this office.
Jack Withers and Lee Clark were
down from the Harney neighbor
hood yesterday afternoon.
TUB FIH.HT NATIONAL BANK OF
BURNS. CAPITAL AND BVRPLCB
SIOO.OOO. "THK BANK THAT
MAKES YOUR S S S S HAFK."
Mrs. Anna Haines Is home from
Portland, where she spent the win
ter months with her children. She
found It necessary to return to look
after her Interests, leaving the child
ren all In school.
Estray Red muley cow, branded
lazy bar H on left hip; marked with
underbit In left ear, swallow fork
and underbit In right ear, has been
at my ranch for the past three months
or more. Owner call and milto
necessary proof of animal. P. O.
Smith, Burns, Oregon.
Wanted Men or women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line of men, women and children.
Eliminates darning. We pay 60c. an
hour spare time or $24
iuii time. Experience unnecessary.
Write, International Stocking Mill,
Norristown, Pa. Adv. 4-21
Furnished rooms. See Clnvengor.
(Tnr'".v Ward was among our
visitors (luring the present wek
Mutiny and cii'ctrlcul ropulr work,
oxy-ftcetylone welding. Jack Me
Uulre. Fay Comegys and wife were in
town for a few days this week on
Fifty tons of sugar grass hay fed
and stock watered for $11.00 a ton.
B. R. Ausmus, Lawen, Oregon. 3-12
Miss Drusa Dotlson arrived home
last week after an absence of several
weeks spent In Portland, Seattle and
other outside points.
Two good blacksmith outfits for
sale, one in Crane, the other in Burnt,
Will sell complete outfits or any
part of them. W. W. Drinkwator.
C. V. Reed v us In town for a few
(1r's during th" week, having QOBftS
In to sctlli' the estate business of lln
i;it.' jpshui Fry of wlili h he was ad
ministrator. Out of tun -i taxpayers who dealre
us to pay their taxea will pleaae- send
iim the tn collector! sta:eniet of
the iiiikiiiiiI due together with In
structions for payment ot the xnntr.
HAKNKY COUNTY NATIONAL
Soldier who took Anseo camera
from the restaurant lute Saturday
night was recognized by proprie
tress. If returned to restaurant by
Wednesday, no questions will be
asked. Otherwise, proper author
ities will bo notified Wednesday
Henry Richardson, a nephew of A
K. Richardson and a hrother to Miss
Violet !! h unison, was one of the
soldier hoys to arrive home this week.
The young in. mi did not get out of the
United States but was in a training
camp lor many months. He spent a
few dsvs here but has gone to I'rew-
sey where he makes his home.
J. E. Slzemore spent a few davs In
town this week with his family and
incidentally conferring with the in
come tax man. He came In to pay
his respects to the force In this shop
and also called on Millie Byrd and his
mother. He'd like to have that boy
but we need a "devil" In this shop
and he bids fair to make a good one.
W. II. Keeler Is again in Hi'
with hl family.
Tim Hums Cm li Btors In luivlng Its
Itllev branch store moved from the
old locution to u now slto near where
they purchased the store business of
For Sale or Lease All Sec. 11 T
23 8. R. 81 !:. W. M. with about
200 acres of cleared land which has
been cultivated, would lease for cash
or crop payment. Write U. F. John
son, Vale, Oregon. 3-22
Born Monday, March 10, to Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Welcome, a daughter.
Jake was down with the "flu" at the
time of this arrival and his ch'lc'ren
are Just recovering, therefore that
home is something of a hospital Just
at present, but all are Improving fine
and on the road to good health i.i;aln.
The First Baptist church.
Sunday, March 16.
Sunday school beginning ft it: 4 5.
Preaching at 11 o'clock. r ,
Subject: Does (Sod Get Angry?
Evening worship beginning 7:30.
Subject: Get Off The Fence.
Prayer meeting on Thursday even
ing of each week.
You are Invited to attend these
JOHN F. MOIILEY. Pastor.
CHRlNTiAN SCIKVCK NOCIF.TY
R. L. Haines, former marshal of
this city, arrived home Tuesday He
volunteered his services In the --rmy
and got across to France but the
armistice was signed before he had
an opportunity to get to the front to
fight. Mr. Haines Is an observant
man and bis friends say he baa come
interesting things to tell of 41s ob
servations while across the water
The newspaper man has not bad an
opportunity to interview him as yet.
Metrays Oae small black Jersey
cow. branded Q on left side and no
egr marks, dehorned, should have a
call; one red muley heifer coming 3
years old, branded T wrench on left
side mark with split In left ear; one
pale red heifer with white face, com
ing 3 years old, branded flying dia
mond on left hip, marked split In
left ear, should have calf; one red
heifer coming 2 years old, both ears
cropped, branded LY on left hip and
flying diamond on left aide. Suita
ble reward for Information regarding
same. A. A. Tipton, Burns, Oregon.
Services nt 11:00 o'clock. Sub
ject of Lesson-Semon next Sunday:
The Testimonial Meeting, Wednes
day at 7:30 P. M.
The reading room In the chnrcb
Edifice, la open on Tuesday and Fri
day from 2 to 4 P. M.
Sunday School meets on Sunday at
Pupils may be admitted to Its
classes up to the age of 30 yeara.
The public Is cordially invited te
the Church Sevlces and to the Read
ing Room. ,
THK PKNTKCOHTAL CHURCH OK
Sabbath school 10 A. M.
Preaching, 11 A. M.
Young Peoples' Meeting 7 P. M.
Preaching 8 P. M.
Wednesday evening prayer meeting
Bible study class Friday evening,
You are welcome.
Don't be a slacker. Come out to
church. Who would want to live in
a town without a church T Then get
busy and attend the church services.
A town Is known by Its church at
tendance. Attend the house of Ood
and Ood will honor your own home.
KEV. GEO. WARD, Pastor.
B. 8. Hughes, Pastor.
J. H. Anderson was over from Van
a week for the other day to see what the inepme
tax man had against him and said
he was somewhat concerned about
whether some of hilt neighbors would
get their blanks In time to make re
turns by today, at which time they
are supposed to be In the hands of
the collector. There was not suffi
cient time or nntlea riven tha unni.
since the middle of laH December rnf ,n the ,B0,ated part of the
and spent a part ef the time In Los , country to comply with the demands
""cre"' ""' obbcii, .-an r raa'.isco fr . ..,., u.-.i, ,K
Mrs. William Hanley arrived home
last Tuesday from a sojourn In
Southern California ind other places
of Interest. She hat been absent
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
No preaching aervices, as Mr.
Hughes, the pastor, will be at Crane.
On Tuesday evening, March 26th,
the annual congregation meeting
will be held In the church, where
all reports will be beard for the year
1918. Further preparation will be
made for the pastor going te 1'rea
byteria that will meet In Baker April
Report of the Condition of the
Harney County National Bank
of Burns, Oregon
March 4. 1919.
Loans and Discounts $366,264.64
United States Bonds 34,500.00
Liberty Loan Bonds 42,200.00
United States Treasury Certificates 57,000.00
Bonds and Securities 43,598.76
Furniture and Fixtures 3,500.00
Real Estate Owned 1,000.00
Redemption Fund 1,175.00
Cash and Exchange 119,344.08
Capital Stock $ 26,000.00
Undivided Profits 1,659.91
National Currency 23,500.00
Bills Payable to Federal Reserve Bank . 25,000.00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
OREGON STATE DEPOSITARY
Start the Season Right. "WOODLABK"
Squirrel and Gopher Poison Is Sure Death
to All Rodent Pests
Siik'KOHtiens: Early in the season, when fresh green
food is scarce, is the best time to destroy sage rats,
gophers, etc. ; when green food is plentiful they fre
quently do not eat grain of any kind, but hide it
away for food in winter. Price 60 cents at
The Rexall Drug Store
REED BROS. Props.
WRAY'S AUTO STAGE
and get a daily service between
BURNS and BEND
FARE. $10.00 50 lbs. baggage free
HEADQUARTERS AT REED BROS.
10 Fullblood Hereford Bulls
8 to 14 months Anxiety Fourth breeding
$1000.00 for all or $125.00 each
E. H. BATHRICK, Denio, Ore.
and other California cities, to.nli.ff
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of the Princeton coontrr. . ' .".u ro u . Moll tha, , ,aw ha(1 boel) pa d t
... ... -; Btayea a short time anil also a few i ,,i. tin,.
a short time and alo a
day in Portland befon coming en la.
Mrs. May Kggleslon took her de
parture today for Portland where
he goen to attend the annual re
union of the "business getter" of
the Oregon Life Insurance Co. Mrs.
Kggleston look up (he work In this 8
county following the death of her
husband, and she has ranked hiKli :
among the agents of the company in I
aaenrtng itiiHinen.H. This nesting In
Portland Is at the aipenea of the I
company and Mrs. Bggleaton li en
tertalned during her stay 0 port
land at well aa her transportation
there and baok, Including Pullman
acoommodatione. Tnto would Indi
cate lliat she Ik making good with be
P. P. P.
BURNS COUNCIL NO. 8,888
SATURDAY, MARCH 22
Aff8 Limit 18 years
Including the latest and
Spring and Summer
Exclusive agent for Victor
Tailoring Company with a
full line of
Spring Samples for
Women's Suits and
Mrs. Lelah Millar
At the Schwartz Store
The Store With a Push
THAT MEANS US
We pash the goods in as fast as the new creations appear '
in the market they're placed ess ear shelves ana ceaaters.
And we push them Oat newer permit them te heeeme
stale aad shop-worn and out of style.
la this pushing out process our customers reap
THE BENEFITS OF THE PUSH
They get seasonable goods at bargain prices, as all goods
must go with the season, and the price is the push.
You! We invite you to get in the pnsh. You'll enjoy it.
BURNS CASH STORE