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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1919)
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 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 50,00000
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
W. L. Best and Albert Oakerman
were in from Riley the fore part of
Batteries repaired properly.
iam George was up from his
home at Lawen on business during
The snow is going off and the
ground is absorbing much of the
moisture these days.
Settley Cream Separator, capacity
250 lbs., used only a short time, for
sale. Inquire at this office.
Julian George who is now engaged
in farming and stock raising in the
Calamity country, was a visitor to our
If out-of-town customers and oth
ers desiring taxes paid will send us
their tax notice or otherwise notify
ua, we will be glad to attend to the
matter for them. First National
Bank of Burns.
Dr. J. Shelley Saurman was called
Sunday to remove tonsils and ade
noids for Wanda Spencer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Speneer of
the Silver Creek country.
Bert Vincent arrived home the oth
er day from an army camp. He for
merly conducted the livery stable in
this city. Wo did not learn where
.Mr. Vincent was stationed.
Wray's Auto Stage will begin reg
ular trips as soon as the roads are
passable, about April 1st, according
to the weather. Any one will bo
reasonably safe In ordering freight
and express by April 1.
Stockmen are more or less anx
ious about the snow whlch Is hanging
on longer than was expected. It Is
Kiadttally disappearing, but the hay
is getting short and the stock should
be in the hills on good feed within
a short time.
The Times-Herald is informed that
Madden Elliott, one of the Harney
county boys who was a member of the
famous "Buckaroo" regiment, will be
home the coming week. Hadden was
sick upon returning from oversells to
New York and wns retained In 11 boa.
pllal until recently.
It. , ! I- (lie Of I III'
bO R bO wSI ' from Oils place to
take pari In the v.:ir, lias re'
mid a:. mi tutored upon his duties
at tbi Bt ;l A ItuiHli. lie did not
gel to K0 a tosh, but was in a ramp
in California for months. Mr.
v was very sick with pneumonia
durini bit enlistment, hut has fully
re oven d.
Mr, Cal CI peel
to U ve ome lm in or 1
t ilia county bi re i hey vill make
Hieir borne for a i Ime at least- They
belr farm borne
tag nils city for a term ol five
to Arthur Turner and hi. wife, The
Clemens' will take their stock with
them as they are going to live on a
Hoik farm near l'endleton.
Walter Anderson was a business
visitor to our city for a few days this
Leroy and Ada Johnson were up
from Lawen a few days this week vis
iting with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley Thompson
were in town for a few days during
this wek, visiting with relatives and
E. B. Hill, one of the substantial
stockmen and ranchers of the Denlo
country, Is In town, having recently
come in from a business trip to Weis
er and other Snake River points.
THK MUST NATIONAL. BANK OF
nritxs. CAPITAL, ami si icri.rs
100.0OO. "THK BANK THAT
MAKES YOUR S S S HAFE."
Born Monday, March 17, to Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Uobinson, a son. The
mother and boy are at the Flreoved
hospital where they are reported as
doing fine. Don't know whether
he has been named I'at or not, but
he should be.
William F. Oilman was another of
the Harney county soldier boys to re
turn home this week. The young
man was In the July call and spent
all the time at Tamp Lewis. He went
out to his home between here and
Harney yesterday morning.
Estray lied muley cow, branded
lazy bar il 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 mom h..
or more. Owner call and make
necessary proof of animal. P. 0,
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 50c. an
hour spare time or $24 a week for
full time. Experience unnecessary.
Write, international Stocking Mill,
Norrlslown, Pa. Adv. 4-26
B, K. TtrWltoy was down from his Winn your ion rnnie.t homs from
mountain plaot during tho week. the srmj . don'l on tiny account offer
him corned beef, I'rnMiimalily he
Iliii Intuitu wits In town this
will lie grateful for It, but you won
Oals. barley and wheat for .sale at
An Incubator for sale. Phone or
see Pearl Vulgamore, Burns, Oregon.
Sid Comegys was over from his
home In the Diamond country during
Judge Grant Thompson Is home'
from the outside where he had been
for a short visit.
Battery and electrical repair work,
oxy-aretylene welding. Jack Mc
Guire. Fifty tons of sugHr grass hay fed
and stock watered for $11.00 a ton.
B. It. Ausmits, Lawen, Oregon. 3-22
For Sale -Universal Bteel iinnge
in excellent condition with six holes,
burns cither wood or coal; also a
small heater and u klieh u cupboard
with screen on sides, entirely new.
Imiulro at this office.
In the least
like the form his
For Sale or Lease
2!l 8. K. 31 E. W.
200 aeres of cleared
-All See. 11 T
M. with about
land which has
been cultivated, would lease for cash
or crop payment. Write B. F. John
son, Vale, Oregon. 3-22
Strayed from my ranch, one red
two year old heifer branded with oar
lock, upside down, on left hip, also
N P on left hip. Ear mark, crop off
the left, split In the right,
reward. Lute Barker.
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The First Baptist Church.
March 23, 1919.
E. 1 Sylvester, one of our respect
ed pioneer farmers of the up-river
taction, was brought to town tho fore1 Prearhlngat 11 o'clock
part of this week to he nein his nhv- Subject:
ui, inn he imviiiir uniier,.,! miuUiM. ' A Guarantee of
ble of late from mihin.i.
beginning ut 9:46,
A friend soon finds out the religion
of his "friend ' who Is continually
borrowing money. The money also
seems to have a religion of Us own,
as it nearly always keeps Lent in the
most astonishing fashion.
M. T. McLaughlin arrived hero on
last Wednesday for n visit with Mr.
and Mr : Cal Clemens. Th young
man Is u cousin to Mrs. Clemens and
has bit' recently been discharged from
army service at Camp Lewis.
Jam lta craft, the lineman for
the Inttr-Mt. Tel. & Tel. Co.. received
a telegram yesterday afternoon stat
ing his father was not expected to
live through the day. He resides at
Port Angeles, Washington.
John Wintermeler returned last
Saturday evening from a trip to The
Dalles where he had gone to see his
father, who had gotten hurt In a fall.
The old gentleman is getting alpng
In years and is not In the most robust
Out of town taxpayers who ilclrc
us to pay their taxes will please mii
us the tax collector's Ntalenwut of
tho amount due together with In
structions for payment of the same.
HAKNEY COUNTY NATIONAL
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Simmons are
home from Idaho where they had
been since last fall looking after
their cattle which were being fed in
the vicinity of Caldwell. They dis
posed of the stock and have returned
home for tho present but expeet to
leave In a short time for a visit to
Frank Thompson was In town 'or a
few days the fore part of the week,
having just returned from active war
duties. He was up to spend a few
days with his sisters and visit with
former school friends. Tho Times
Herald man didn't have an opport
tunlty to Interview the young man
while he was In town, therefore does
not know exactly how much service
lie saw or where he was located.
Kstruys One small black Jersey
cow, branded Q on left side and no
ear marks, dehorned, should have a
calf; one rod muley heifer coining I
years old, branded T wrench on left
fide mark with split In left ear; out;
pale red heifer with white face, com
ing .'I 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 side. Suita
ble reward for Information regarding
same. A. A. Tipton, Hums, Oregon.
Evening worship, 7:30.
Where Art Thou?
Prayer meeting on Thursday oven
Ing of each week.
You are Invited lo atend those
JOHN F. MOBLEY, Pastor.
t HKISTIAN HC'IUNCK HOC1KTY
Mori' himI more the value of
hltving a checking account for
the convenient and economical
ininsHdion of their household
money affair. This hank wcl
coiiios the accounts of women
and extendi to them every cour
tesy and consideration.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Harney Couniq National Bank
p Burns, Oregon
"YOUR HOME INSTltUTlON"
Services it 11:00 o'clock. Sub
ject of Lesson-Semen aext Sunday:
The Testimonial Meeting, Wednes
day at 7:30 P. M.
Tt reading room In the church
Edifice, Is open on Tuesday and Fri
day from 2 to 4 P. M.
Sunday School meets on Sunday at
' Pupils may be admitted to Ita
classes up to the age of 20 years.
The public Is cordially Invited to
the Church Sevlces and to the Read
ing Boob. ,
THE PENTEtXMJTAL t'HC RCH OK
7 P. M.
Sabbath school 10 A. M.
I Teaching. 11 A. M.
Young Peoples' Meeting
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? 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.
::KV. GEO. WABI), Pastor.
PHESBYTEItlAN 4 II t ICC If.
Start the Season Right, "WOODLABK"
Squirrel and Gopher Poison Is Sure Death
to All Rodent Pests
Suflurestiens: Early in the season, when fresh jrreen
food is scarce, is the best time to destroy sage rats,
gophers, etc. ; when green food is plentiful they fre
quently do not eat grata of any kind, but hide it
away for food in -winter. Price 60 cents at
The Rexall Drug Store
REED BROS. Props.
at 11 A. M. and 7:30
Itev. F. A. Bishop will speak Sun
day morning at 1 1 o'clock in this
church. Subject: The New Era Move
On Tuesday evening the annual
eongregatlonul meeting, at wnlcli
l line nil reports of the church for the
year 1918 will be heard and a. ted
WRAY'S AUTO STAGE
and get a daily service between
BURNS and BEND
FARE, $10.00 SO 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.
P. P. P.
Including the latest and
Spring and Summer
BURNS COUNCIL NO. 8,888
SATURDAY, MARCH 22 jj
Atfe Limit 18 years
I' : elusive siren t for Victor
Tailoring Company with a
full lino of
Spritifj Samples for
Women's Suits a nil
Mrs. Lelah Millar
At tin Schwartz Store
pmm I'M i M
The Store With a Push
THAT MEANS US
We push the goods in as fast as the new creations appear
in the market they're placed on our shelves and counters.
And we push them Out never permit them to become
stale and shop-worn and out of style.
In 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 push. You'll enjoy It.
BURNS CASH STORE