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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1919)
IXX'AIi ANB IM'.KSONAI,
into electrical repairs. Jack Mo-
hay at A. A. Perry's Feed
:. scrompauiea oy uis two oromers,
f Karl and Cortes.
Chas. M. r.dy wm over from
Ju Day durlug the Week.
r'srm implements at bargain
jrl at the Btirns Hardware.
jnn'H McKee was here from l)ia
niond during the week on Buaineaa.
Try onr banana cream plea. They
, re dfllilouit. Page a Sweet Shop, tf
Hadden Klllott was in town yes
terday to make proof on his land. He
Six hole Home Comfort range for
Me. Inquire at Brenton & Hicks.
Hugh Tipton, a brother to A. A.
Tipton, is at the King hospital un
der the care of his physician.
Warner Dickenson, son of B. A.
Dickenson, is here ou a furlough
from Camp Lewis. He does not know
when he will be discharged.
We huve some new goods. Includ
ing Flaxou, Indian Head. Poplin,
Voile. Gabardine, and all kinds of
white goods. Mrs. E. F. SchwarU.
B. F. Johnson of the Oregon West
ern Colonization Co., was in town
tais week looking after some busi
ness In connection with his company.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BlUNS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000. "THE BANK THAT
MAKKS YOUR BAKU."
A. K. Richardson. A. A. Traugott,
('apt. A. W. Oowan and Qrover Jame
son all arlved home Monday from
Portland where they had been with
ie road delegation before the State
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swain and
their little son took their departure
tUs morning for Ashland where they
yo to visit with Mrs. Swain's parents
!)r a time. They will stop en route
at Dallas to see relatives.
The citizens of this city have sore
v put out for the past few days by
'ie annoyance of dust which was
hauled in on the main steet. Marshal
McDonald, as street commissioner,
started some improvements in that
-iirertton a couple of weeks ago and
urliig his absence at the road meet
ing in I'ortlatul the material hauled
in was not up to standard, as It lack
ed very much of being gravel. The
'mines men are kept busy sweeping
It out of their places back into the
street and the windy weather has not
allowed it to remain long In one
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"A DOLL'S HOIMI , ' WAS
FAMOUS MTAOti NI'CCKM
Klste Krmtixoa'N vc t P.mfoplay
Wan Produced on London
HUH(r ia 181.
For mor than thirty jears, the
plays of l!?urlk Ibsen have held a
dlgnttied p: on tla- stuge in this
country and abroad. One of the more
notable of . iieae dramatic creations
of this No.-- lglau master dramatist
waa "A Doll's House," which was
produced I London in 1889, and
which served later in this country as
the atarr it vehicles of the leading
exponents cf the Ibsen school of dra
matic ftcUnp Bnd thought. "A Doll's
House wm picturlsed for Artcraft
under the direction of Maurice Tour-
neur. and , ith Klsle Ferguson as the
star. It wilt be displayed at the Lib
erty Theatre tomorrow night.
This is u realistic story of a doll
wife, who. having no Idea of her own.
commits a forgery to save her hus
band's life, and who falls into tbe
toils of an unscrupulous money-lender.
When her husband learns of her
folly he upralds her, thereby shatter
ing the dreams she had entertained
that in the event of exposure he
would gallantly absolve her from,
and assume all blame himself. His
failure to do so proves a sad revela
tion to her, and even though the In
criminating note is returned and the
fear of disgrace obviated, she leaves
him. sternly resolved to seek a new
environment and to be a doll no longer.
The story of the photoplay Is one
of unusual dramatic power and
affords Miss Ferguson and an excell
ent supporting cast with ample op
portunities for the display of their
As ait example of the accuracy and
attention to detail that prevail In the
pictures directed by J. Stuart Black
ton la the fact that all of the cos
tume, from that of the "extra" with
limes, from that of the "extra" with
the smallest part to the stars, are
made especially for each picture. In
(Upon of the condition of the
I IltH-V NATIONAL BANK OF 111 BVp
in the Stale of Oregon, at the close of business My I :, I9!
RKHOl'KCNSj y .
LOeas and discounts. Including rediscounts $58,028.7
Deduct notes ami bills , red'M-ou-iied .. 1F0.1 15.'J4
17, S. Bonds (other lhanLlhertv rionds:)
IT, 8. Bonds deposited, to scare eiroulatjoo G
'.'. H. Bonds and certificates of Indebtedness
pledged to secure C. H. deposits 34,000.00
'. S. bonds and certificates if indebtedness
pledged to secure postal savings deposits .. 1,009.00
' iherty I oau Bends:
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3H. 4. and 4U pef cent.
unpledged , VO.00000
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3 Vs. 4. and 4 K. per cent.
pledged to secure U. 8. depoelts 1,000 00
Liberty Loan Bonds. 3 Vs. 4, and 4 , per cent,
pledged to secure State or other deposits or
bills payable ...., 25.000.00
Bom!, wN-urltlen, etc., (Other than U. B.)
Bonds (other than D. S. Bonds) pledged to secure
postal savings deposits 1,000.00
Securities other than U. B. Bonds (not including
stocks) owned and unpledged 27.103. 75
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than V. 8,
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
Value or banking house owned and unincum
Furniture and fixtures.
Lawful reserve with the Federal Reserve Bunk
Cash In vault and net amounts duo from national
Net mounts due from banks, hankers, and trust
companies other than Included In last two
Checks on other banks in the same city or town
as reporting bank (other than last Item)
Total of last three items 84.7U0.39
Checks on batiks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank amd other cash Items
Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer and due
from V. S. Treasurer ". 2,500.00
Interest earned but not collected approximate
on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due . . 9,083.06
Other assets. If any Advanced to customers on
4th liberty loan 93. SO
Russia has issued an ultimatum The brewers are all turning to th
against Roumunla, and It will per- manufacture of Ice cream. What If
hartf he effective. We have occasion!- they should forget and use some of
ally kiiowut Ma tp Issue an ultimatum ' their former ingredients? Beer Ice
cream would, .probably become in-
against FeVandWie has nearly always
gained her point,
stantly and universally popular.
BUY IT FROM US
This is a general store and we are supposed to sell every
thinR, and we live up to the general supposition.
You can buy anything you want here, from hardware to
groceries, from needles to a good smoke.
It pays to buy from us, because we sell for cash, and an
enormous amount of goods, and we can therefore sell at a
closer margin of profit than some others.
You CAN'T lose, and you WILL gam. Now doesn't this
line of argument appeal straight to your good common sense?
LUNABURG, DALTON & CO.
BURNS. :: OREGON
ranUal stock paid in
Undivided profits .
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.
Interest and dlacount collected or credited. In
advance of maturity and not earned (approximate)
Circulating notes outstanding
Net amounts due to national banks .
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of last three Items above
Demand deposits (other liun bank da'poMltn) sub
ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30
days ) :
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due In lean than .'10 days
(other than for money borrowed)
Other demand deposits ....,,
Total of demand depositslother than bunk depos
its) subject to Reserve. lat four Items ...
Time deposit -utijeri to lteterve tpuable after
M days, or subject to 30 days or more no
tice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed) Postal savings deposits
Total of time deuoslls xuhieet to mr Ian! two
"The Judgement House." a plcturiz-i Items
at Ion of the novel by Sir Gilbert Par- t nlusl St:.te, deposits Hot her than postal savings)
the Boer War
DON'T throw away that old suit !
luring it to our shop first. If we can't make
a good looking, new appearing suit out of it
it, then indeed you may throw it away with
a clear conscience. You have no idea how
much good there still remains in that dis
carded suit. We have reclaimed so many
that we hate to see yours thrown away till
it really is useless.
And now they are attempting to
jrove that the crow Is not so black as
nls feathery coat that be is in fact
a helper toward the cultivation of the
Melds. We are told that the crow
fallows the plow or cultivator so that
as may feed upon the numerous lar
vae, such as tut worms, wireworms
&nd white grubs, which tire turning
of tbe soil brings to light. If a nock
of crows is observed returning again
and again to a particular field It la
almost certain that the field ia infest
d with noxious larvae. The crow
is the only agency which will destroy
cutworms and white-grubs.
It Is also said that crowa deatroy
'lOtntltleH of mice and young rabbits.
and that their activities among
tproutlng corn and in tbe poultry
yard have been greatly exaggerated.
We never expected to aee the crow
upheld as an assistant to the farmer.
Mid we hope that he is preparing to'
dve up to this new and desirable reputation.
the time of the picture Is during ; War loan deposit account
fact that ul"''r l !"o" suites deposits, including uepon
ll . i.f It fl ,) lultiirf hit rtMI,-,.r..
this is approximately a "modern , VBVable w,h Federal Reserve Bank
picture. Commodore Blackton would Liabilities other than those above stated Vic
not be satisfied with modern costum-. tory loan subscriptions
Fashion hooks of the period
were hunted up and all the costumes Lla,)MU,OT for rediscounts, l-icluding those i
copied from them. Violet Homing, Federal Reserve Bank
the leading, woman, wears several I
verv stunnln aowns which, how-. Total contingent liabilities (last Item above)
ever, when closely studied, resemble)
very little the frocks of today. "The j
Judgment House" U to appear at the;
150. 116. 241
Liberty Theatre tonight.
What One Mother Dee
nave given Foley's Honey and Tar
-o my little boy, and cannot recom
mend it too highly as I think It is the
only medicine for coughs and colds."
flti" for croup and whooping cough,
as well as coughs and colds. Contains
ao opiates. 8old everywhere.
There seems to be some difference
of opinion on tbe subject of buns.
Tbe halrbresser Informs us that they
are going out, and the barkeeper says
there will be no more to be bad after
July 1st, but the baker says they are
rau'li in demand and will continue
to be so.
"The Judgment House," has been
one of tbe most popular of Sir Gilbert
Parker's novels, converted to photo
play form by J. Stuart Blackton,
producer of "The Battle Cry of
Peace' and others. This is the first
of severartproductions by the famous
director and author, released by Par
amount, and la to be shown at the
Liberty Theatre tonight.
HTATE OK UKEUUN, COUNTY OF HAKINEY, SB:
I, K. II. Conser, Cashier of the above earned bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
K H. CONSKR. Cashier.
JOHN O. DALV
R. T. MUGHET
A. C. WELCOME. Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of May. 1919.
HELEN BAYER, Notary Public.
My commission expires June 30, 1922.
Furnished rooms. Bee Clevenger.
We understood that the last war of Mother, who are those Peeple
all waa at an end. Then what Is all going about with a Wide Smile? .
this about the Roumanian army In My' deer, those, an itae Persons who
Buda-Pest and Jugo-Slavla fending subscribed to the Victory Loan.,
troops to Flame and the Russian
Bolshevik! opening their spring
Why the Essex Motor Car will be
the sensation for the coming season
Every part and every detail of the Essex con
stauction is of proved worth. It was designed
and built by some of the foremost engineers of
America, the same men whose genius produced
the Super-Six. Many points of superiority in
the Super-six which have proved themselves in
years of service, have been incorporated into
the Essex. The engine, only twenty- nine
inches long, cast in one block with detachable
head, readily develops more than fifty horse
power. Long life is assured by the ample pro
portions of the counterbalanced crank shaft,
supported by three large bearings.
Eastern Oregon Auto Co.
Vale, a . YOUNG, Prop. Ontario
Until the luxury tax came Into
"ert, prehaps you did not know that
candy and ice cream and chewing
Kum and face powder were lururles.
Better for the money than you
vourself can bake in your own
KwaVv wwrwuey.a:n"i 1 kitchen. Buy it here, and save
I yourself all the trouble and bother
of "Baking Day.
Cakes, Cookies, and All Kinds of
Delicious Pastry Freshly Made
OUR BREAD IS ALSO SOLD BY
Farmers Exchange-Emmet Reed
Burns Cash Store-Hagey's ;
Lunaburg, Dalton & Co.
Heap Your Market-Basket
Full of Money Saved !
That is virtually what you do when you do business with us.
When you leave our store with a day's supply of Groceries you
also leave with your share of the profits.
Our shelves hold the best in
Breakfast Food, Canned Goods, Preserves and Spices
Our service to you in buying and serving our products is merely
the fore-runner of the great good you can do for your meals and
penny saving problem, when you patronize us.
We take LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
Page's Sweet Shop
"u will not, however, entertain any
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
NATE FRANKLIN, Manager
doubts on this head for some time to
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