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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1919)
ftiipwt f tibe Condition of th
First National Bank
j WW ' J
' of Burns, Oregon
November 17th, 1919.
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds and Treasury Certificates
Other Bonds and Securities - -Banking
House, Furniture and Fixture's
Five Per Cent Redemption Fund
Interest Earned Not Colected
Gash on Hand and in Banks - - -
. - 17,417.26
- - 2,500.00
Capital ' -- - 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits - - - 101,447.S0
Interest Collected and Not Eearned - - 173.55
Circulation -------- - 50,000.00
Bills Payable (Liberty Loan Account) - - 15,000.00
Re-discounts with Federal Reserve Bank
and Other Banks 77,478.66
Deposits '- - - 585,950.29
Honry Otloy nnd faintly wcro in the
JI. B. Ward was over from Drew
ttey the other day.
John Gnrrott 1h confined at the
King hospital where on Thursday ho
had hi tonsils removed.
Five little children vere'chrlstcni-d
nt tho PrcHbytcrian church Htrvice
lBt Sunday mornlnc by Itev. U. 8. Mm. Fred Haclne was operated on
Hughes. The ceremony wan snort Thursday and l at the 8t. Josopb'it
impressive ad Tnretty. Rev. Hushes hospital,
followed thin with an excellent ser-i .. ,
mon. 'Mr. Farro rini!nr,i1 u vnnnti ."ijui inn
Frank Clerk 'wa in (roM Alborf o
during tho week,
HukIi Tudor wnn roKlntort-rt nt n
local boUl during tho week.
Thofi,.Hutton was In irotn. hln.lionio
Colin' P. Dawson has recently ro
turned to this neighborhood after an
ftbtfortco of omo time.
Mr. niyl Mr. H. Huh wero arnonB
our visitors from tho Lawcn neigh
Uorhootl during tho wecK.
Kormr. Iteod of thtt Uoxall nniK
Storo, spent a part of, this week in
Portland where ho went on business.
W. n. Johnson wan ,ovor from
Silver Crook Wednesday looking after
Mrs, Walltup has been visiting oui
at Payette during the rnt several
Mrn. Nolllo Rend ha returned
from Portland Vrhoro fbe bad been
for a chert visit. . ( t
FjV.1 G. Brown Vtw reentered at
tho hotel In thU lty during the
Frank Thompson wns atnonc our
out of tovn busineKS visitor during
fiolo in keeping with the nurviee.
for u now
home at Diamond during this week
The llttlo son of .Mrs. Clydo Welt
onhlller Ih at the King hospital huN
rerltig from intestinal trouble ft
may bo necessary to perform an opir
atlon to give blm relief.
It. J. WllllamH and D. R. Thorn
two of the substantial pioneer ntock
men and ranchern of the Silver Creek
neighborhood, wero vlnltorn to our
city the fore part of thin week.
W. M. Carroll, who had been at St
Jobeph's hospital for neveral weeks
baa recovered HUfflclontly to leave
that InHtltutlon and ,Ih now at the
home of Mr. and Mm. Frank Wet
Mm. Bd. Howard camo over from
Mho ranch Thursday to u.cot Bd on
his return from Portland. After
hayinir lomo dental wnrk ilonn tint
family returned to tholr home neat
Tno TitscH-iierald recolvcd an
announcement Thursday morning
from Pendleton announcing tho ar
rival of a seven pound boy at tho
homo of Mr. and Mm, II. B. Italston
on Nov. 17. Tho Kalstons wero for
tnerly instructor in the Harney
county Hlgb School.
H. HolchklsH ban purchased the
roaldence property Just buck of Hie
court house where Sheriff Goodman
has resided for the past several
years. Tho property belonged to
Mm. Cassia Smyth of Diamond. Mr.
Hotchklsn will take posslon of the
proporty Just an soon as Sheriff
Goodman and family can find -other
Bd. Howard arrived here WYdiio
day evening on the Wray stage from
Portland where ho had been iih a wit-
lions lii the Injunction suit filed by
(lie I', I.. H. Co., against the Warm
Springs Irrigation District for dam
agon. Tho rosorvolr of this project
covorn a rujich belonging to the com
pany. Many witnesses have been
summoned to testify In the case and
Mr. Howard said It was expected tho
case would close yesterday noon.
are all that the name
Retain the full flavor of your
Thanksgiving Dinner .
CUTS DOWN MEAT BILLS
Also Nesco Roasters
C. H. VOEGTLY
"The Hardware Man"
.ludgo ttrant Tnoropyn wa in mo
rlty yesterday from his oxtenblvo
Kr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Hamilton and
Mr. Sherbnrn wre over from Crane
Tho next meeting w:;i bo held' at
tho homo of Mr.. W. M. Sutton on
tmvt Kaltirdav nvmbif 2flth.
Ml.. V n .. I w L.ll'l. 1lnV.I .
1 l a.lT iltltlllK iriiillii HKllvn uu.lli
tho pa-nt few nights. The water
pewtT 1i Vdng used and those who
do!r havo ltght at about six o'clock
Id it morning.
Tlin mertlnc of the Library club
at the Immu of Mrn. A. J Bgll today
inc" to be postponed owing to tho
absence of tho hostess. Mr. Bgll
wa railed to California, whr her
Hon KIIworth was III.
A minor accident Is reported from
the roud camp this week. Jack
llommorly, one of the graders, got
his foot under tho falling toniruo of
a scrapper and suffered some torn
ligaments. Ho will bo able to re
turn to work in a few duys.
Members of Hums Chapter, 0. B
S aro looking forward to the meet
lug Monday night. A llvo supper
commltteu has charge of the after
lodgo social gathering, and something
unusual is expected. Mirny of the
young r members llko to tlanei fol
A. n, lirowti nnu uis sons unve
been In this vicinity during- the week
on business in connection with the
shipment of tho largo number o
sheen thev havo recently nurchased
In this county. One of tho boys made!
tho acquaintance of tho' Masonic
"rniit" thu nther nlirht.
- . ,1
Stttlcfli P. L si lr. Svit
(Cohtlnued from p'ago 1)
all parties -fool to be honorable under
Tho oIUcIhIm of tho state havo boon
guided largely by a desire to seo tho
property subdivided and sold. The
demand Vf)iufc' '(UnchargoU' soldiers,
sailors and Marines shall have an op
portunity to acquire such land was
alto n controll.'ng factor,
It rests largly with the pcoplo of
Hums to seo that this land Is speedily
sold, If the elTort to sell tho.latid Is
n success It will no doubt caus'o other
land to be handled In tho Aamo man
A speedy settlement of tho water
rights and general co-operation In u
common sense development of tho ir
rigatlou system In tho valley will go
far' towards accomplishing this re
BDWARD F. TREAD WELL
TT( OHKGOM Tttmm her at. 'i
rti STAKT A GOOD.TIMKS CLUII
Mm. Frank Gowun and little
daughter aro hero on a visit with
relatives and frlonds. Frank Ih now
located at Ogden, Utah, where ho Is
connected with government! work In
an engineering capacity. Ho was for
tuiiate in securing this position fol
losing his discharge from army ser
Harry C. Hmlth of the Hums Oar
age arrived home Tuesday night from
a business trip to Portland where he
attended a convention of men who
are selling Dolco-Llght plants. Mr.
Hmllh found out considerable of In
terest In connection with this system
or lighting and furnishing power
which will be beneficial to his sover-
customers In this territory, Dur
ng bis absence his workmen placed
two plants In this city, one at the
Hotel Levens ami another at the es
tablishment of liroutou ft lllcks,
DiBD' Suuduy. Nov. IG, Geneva
Maude Garrett, six year old daughter
of Mr. HIMl Mrs. Glenn Garrett, at tho
home In Crane. The remains wero
brought to this city for Interment
and the funeral service was conduct
ed the following afternoon by Huv,
H, H. Hughes of tho Presbyterian
church, from the home of Mr. and
Mrs. w. J. I'rorior, grandparents of
tlm child. Tin bereaved relatives
havjt tie sincere sy input hy or many
friends In this community where they
formerly resided. The llttlo child
was horn here and (luring tho nl
lence of the father In Fra.ucu whoru
he went ns a soldlut, the mother and
child lived In Hums.
"Cattlo stealing bus been practic
ally stamped out In Oregon," said
S. O. Correll, with a sigh of satisfac
tion, Mr. Correll Is secretary of the
Cattlo & Horse Itulsurs' association,
organised six years ago to aid In thu
detection and assist In thu prosecu
tion of cattle and horse thieves.
'Thorn will always bo some stealing
as long as there aro calves," says
Mr. Correll, "but while tho associa
tion In on the Job there will be no
wholesale rustling as la other days.
Tho cattle' thief, however, doesn't re
form; he simply awaits his opportuni
ty and selres it and the cattlo, We
bad considerable trouble in keeping
the tbelves iu tho penitentiary, for
tbey would bo pardoned out, and one
nan we sent there throe times wan
pardoned out as fast as we'd convict'
blm, The thieves wero v.ory active j
for a while In Harnev. Laba and !
Klamath counties, the sovontb an-,
nual meeting of tho association will
be held at Burns in May."
The. pcoplo In the Rye Grns vicin
ity aro going to form a good times
club for the winter. Thin v:i3 de
cided at n meotlng hold at tho Grange.
hall hiht night when otno seventy
people responded to the Invitation of
some of the Indie of the community,
including Mrs. Obil Shutttuk, Mrs.
A. 11. Cooley, Mrs. Dan Vtirlen and
It was n very happy company of
congonlal souls that met last night
and the entertainment was informal
In every respect with tho exception of
a short nddrest by B. B. Horn of tho
r. S. Illologlral Survey, who outlined
thu plan or exterminating tho rnbblt
pest during the coming winter. Mr.
Horn did nut attempt to organl.o that
district at this meeting as ho did not
want to Interfere with tho social
uftiilr of the community, thoreforo ti
meeting has been called at the Grange'
hall for Sunday afternoon, Nov. .10.
Thu proposed club Is for tho enter.
talnmont and improvement of tho
young people of the community, ut
least tun l was thu Plan outlined, but
It will bo hard to convince some
vivltorn there Ih room for Improve-'
ment in some report, especially in '
hospitality and "good eats," These
wero in evidence Inut night and"oach:
guest was made to feel a genuine
welcome. Tho writer predicts no
trouble in getting tho neighbors to
gether out there after this sample of .
Thlrty-ono yenrs ago Edward BkIII
was born in Lako county. Now ho'
Is a stockman In Harney, with tlurns
an his postofllco address. "We've
got tho finest country that over lay
out of doors." proudly asserted Mr. J
hgll at tho imperial yesterday. "All
we need are good roads and more
Lwater. Wu need roads for transpor
tation purposes and tho county is
talking of Issuing it lumn of road
bonds to bring about tho desired re
Several workers on tho highway
havo brqught their families with
them to Durns. A shortage of rooms
exists, and the Durns Commercial
club is asking citizens who. bare spare
rurnisued rooms to communicate with
the secretary, Mr. Hurt C. Jones, that
he may locato tho families in com
fortable quartern for the winter.
THANKSGIVING brings 'forc
ibly to the minds of the officers
of this institution that the mark
, ,ed succefis we enjoy is largely
due (o the confidence reposed
We would indeed be veiy un
aippHci'aiive did we not avail
ourselves of this opportunity to
thank vouf and to express our
r apreofapn of your valued, pat
rUrftt,$ States Depositary
. v, ""3 fie
Hanunj Eiiintg National Bank
"YOUR HOME INSTITUTION"'
r i Al jl t . j
we now nave onvnpjay a line aseonmcnt or u
Kinds Of BVX STATIONERY
Rainbow Linen - - - - $1.00
Egyptian Edge - - - - 1.25
Montrose Linen - - ' .60
. IA mode Uniqlle - - - - ,75
Also a complete line of Tablets, .Envelopes, Etc.
Thm KcxaU bras Store
See the Window Display
tWHU OK TIIA.VKH
Plcuse extend through tho columns
of your paper our sincere thanks to
tho many friend who were so kind
nnd sympathetic during our bereave
ment, when we lost our llttlo girl.
.MIL AND MILS, GLKNN GAURETT.
i New Christmas novelties for ladles
and children arriving dally at Mm.
K, K. Schwartrs store.
When sick vc.v to King's hospital,
Ilest equipped surgery In the interior
and graduate nurse ju charge.
Order your fruit rakes for Thanks
giving and the holidays "new, Call
at Page's Sweet Shop and sannla
THK FIRJiT NATIONAL HANK OF
HUHNH. CAPITAL AND HUKPLUK
tl,eM. "THK HANK THAT
MAKKH YOI1H f 9 HA FN."
Tho Hums Garage hss ordered
five .additional Delco-Llght plants for
local distribution. If you contem
plate the purchase of your own light
ing plant, nee the Durns Garage be
fore they are all taken. Adv. tf
Patients receive the best of care at
the Flreoved Maternity Hospital,
THK FIIIHT NATIONAL BANK OF
IIUHNH. CAPITAL AND HUIIPLUH
I104LOOO. "THK RANK THAT
MAKK0 YOUR If AFJ."
If 2 Ita it- TVff
sayi the Good Judge
Wise tobacco chewcra long
since got over the big-chew
iJca. A little chew of this
real quality tobacco gives
them better it ii fact ion
and they find their chew
ing coiti even Icn.
With this class of tobacco,
you don't need a fresh
chcy so often and you find
you're saving ptjrtof your
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Pl ft M tw ttylm
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Keep Your Eyfes
haw wkkk will Inrof
mtwst to patron
(Irs. Lelak Millar
At the Schwartz Store
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Treat your wife 'by living kcr a Holislay on
Thankigivinf tbrpig hmr hare for dinner
Crearri of Tomato Sotip
Fruit Salad Potato Salad
Roast Turkey, Stuffed
Creamed Potatoes, Brown Gravy
Mince Pie Apple Pie
.Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce
Tea, Coffee, or Milk