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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1919)
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The Gift ff Gifts
There is no better gift for the ambitious
boy or girl than the gift of saving. And
saving is largely a matter of getting started
right. That is where you can help. A
dollar or more deposited in this bank will
start a savings account for your boy or girl,
or some young friend. And the pass-book,
with its first entry, will makca great hit on
Christmas morning. In after years your
gift will have repaid itself a thousandfold.
Step in next time you're passing. We
have something of real interest to say to you
on the gift of saving the gift of gifts.
l.i tiilTttit art fining forward
i Mr. nml Mm. ff. W. UlRtca have rp
turntvl from tliolr trjp to Portland
mid other outside points.
Itobt. Drlnkvmter wan up from
Criuio Thursday, bronkttiR the trail
up following tho hlK snow storm.
Several drirts nmdo hard goliig for
hlrt car but ho followed the highway
a part of tin- distance.
i 81" r '" mdniaii and family now
,oc-u, riios SteplieiVa renldonco.
JAustn It a point to bo away
llfrom ii i-.m during tho procosn of
inovliiB 1 n v inn tho work to the other
members or tho futility.
Von Ktnbroo and his mother wero
up from tliolr homo In Sunsot tho
foro part of this week. Van said It
had been very cold down there but
I tho snow had not fnllon to any great
depth at that time.
Court Itoportor Walker camo over
from Ontario this week to rcmimo
his work In taking testimony In tho
tax easo wherein tho Eastern Oregon
Live Stock Co. appealed from tho
Hoard of Equalization on the findings
for their taxes.
Uert MmW win down from his
rniieh on Cow Creek tho other day.
Ho is kept quite close to tho ranch
thoso days looking after his stock and
P. S. Welttonhlljor was up from
Crauo during tho last of the week.
E. N. Nol?on was In town Tuesday
after his roall and to do somo trad
Harold and Lester Cawlfleld wero
over from their home at Van Sunday.
John Wlnlermoier was down from
bis home In Sllvlos valley during tho
' Edward Southworth has been over
from his Dear Valley homo during
Snow drifts are preventing tho
usual traffic theso days but wo can
stand It so long us wo have some
As one prngraphr aptly put It HoliL C. Enos was ovor from Silver
tliure nro about 4.000.000 raanons Creek tho llrst of this week making
why tho "Uedu" will not control tho proof on his land. It. J. Williams
Unltod State). And their nanio is camo over ns ono wltnoM for him and
Legion. Dell nibble was another.
Tho outgoing mall stago Wednes- Choster H. Smith and family bavo
day night didn't get far out toward moved to Ontario whero they will
Crauo before it found snow drifts of roslde. Word of tills movo was sent
such size ns to dlscourago It and It in this week. Chester and family
turned around and camo back to hud beou living at Crauo for a short
ONLY S More
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SPEAKING OF FAMILY "TIES"
If the youngsters wear
out Dad's why not give
him half a dozen new ones?
E H Censor of tho Klrst National
Uank left hero Sunday for outside
points on biiNliiL'ss. Ho went from
hero to l.nkevlow and expected to go
from there by train to Ontario whero
lie was to meet some men nml ho may
later extend his trip to Portland.
A. M. Taylor, P. L. S. Co. ranch
man, In charge of the ranches for
Oregon, was In town yesterday for a
short tltn-. Sir. Taylor makes his
home nt tlm Agency ranch but Ii nl
most (i Ktuntly mi the move from
one will to another all ovV Eum-
I The fui'l Munition seems rather
! Iia 1 outside, but hero wo have some
wood, that Is soma people have. This
shop Is not overly supplied with fuel.
I however, and would tako some on
bark subscription. Tho thermometer
registers minor low inosu nays ior a
Cold weather doosn't make much
difference with somo of the truck,
men connected with the state high- j
way work. Even though tho work
on tho highway bo closed down be- j
cause of frozen ground the trucks
find other ililngs to do and keep busy
nt least somo of them do.
Wm. Dyram mid his son Charley
came over from tho Henr Vnluy
ranch Thursday with more cattlo
which they will feed at tho l)r. Grif
fith ranch Just below town. Mr.
liyram btated to friends In this city
that they suffered considerably from
the cold while coming over.
ltev. I). S. Hughes went to Crane
Sinu'.uy whero ho conducted .service
tliiit night and Intended to go out nil
tho train the following day fon Port
land whero ho wub to attend an Im
portant church conference but the
train didn't go nor did it go out thoj
following duy uutil afternoon, so tho
preacher man camo homo. The way
trains are running theso days ho
llgurod he'd just about get to Port
laud In time to turn around and comu
Gifts for your wives,
come to this store
and inspect the line
of exceptional values
MRS. E. F. SCHWARTZ
HP he Money Question
is one that dominates the home
Those who wisely live within an
income rarely have to live with
There is one' simple guarantee
against .future poverty and de
pendence, on others, and that is a
As little as one dollar will open
a savings account with us, on
whicn 4? interest is paid.
"No Account Too Small For Us"
Resources over Half Million
Six cylinder Buick Car
1919 model in first class con
dition for sale at a bargain.
Apply at once.
Now Christmas novelties for ladles
anil children arriving dally at Mrs.
E, t Schwartz's store.
When sick go to King's hospital.
Dost equipped surgery in the Interior
and gruduuto nurse In charge.
Order your fruit cakes for Thanks
giving and tho holidays now, Call
at Page's Sweet Shop and sample
ri!K KIIIST NATIONAL HANK OK
IJUIl.N'H. CAPITAL AND SUItPLUS
UIO.OOO. "THE HANK THAI
MAKES YOUK H S $ S
ICCOI NTS INVITED.
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VICTROL A mate.
Buy Her a new piecs of
Christmas Books & Latest
Fiction of All Kinds
All the latest colors in
REED BROTHERS Headquarters for
Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas.
Sports in the Snow
GET THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
We have the goods for all kinds of sports if it is
to your liking to get the benefit nature provides for
you in the great climate of winter by the vigorous
exercise needed at that time.
Steel and wood runner sleds and skates are on
sale here at the lowest possible prices consistent with
the quality you demand. Our goods are guaranteed
and their service will please you,
C. H. VOEGTLY
"The Hardware Man"
i The Hums Garngo lyis ordered
lfte additional Uolco-Light plants for
I local distribution. If you contoin
! plate the pun imse of your own light
ing plant, see the Buriu Garngo bo
fore thoy aro nil taken.- Adv. tf
Patlonts rorelvo tho best of caro at
the Fircoved Muternlty Hospital,
rilK FIKST NATIONAL HANK OP
ItUItNH. OAP1TAI, AND SUItPLUS
100,000. "TUB HANK THAT
MAKES YOUK $ $ $ $ SAFE."
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Some good Values are
shown which will be of
interest to patrons
We Court Public Opinion
ON PRICE AND QUALITY OF GROCERIES
. . We established our business on the principle ,Qf, being fair
with our customers, giving them full walue for the' mone'ythey
leave wftji us. " ' . ' ;
We have continued that policy throughout the years we have y
been serving you, and we are pursuing it more persistently than
ever in this exasperating era of price inflation today. In our
efforts to keep prices as near normal as possible we are selling
at a closer margin of profit than ever before. But we NEVER
lower the standard of our goods.
On this high plane of commerciality we solicit your patron-
We take LIBERTY BONDS AT PAR IN EXCHANGE FOR MERCHANDISE
Mrs. Lelah Millar
At the Schwartz Store
A. OTTINGER, Proprietor
N ATE FRANKLIN, Manager