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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1920)
iJ. A It N H V
T !! K TIM M H - II H II A L I)
11 U It N N
V Ol'NT V
O It R O O N
Saturday, March l.'l, 1020.
Has The Largest Circulation Of Any
Newspaper In Hsrnoy County.
Saturday, March in, 1IHJ0.
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(Itoport hy Hcv. 11. S. Hughes)
Hcv. II, 8. Hughes, tho ouly pro-
tiestnut pastor In an area uf 10,600
nqunru mlloH, represented Hnrncy
county at ii gathering of pastors of
this Htttlo In tho eonreronco hold, At
Portland last wcok.
Tho world'H Hurvoy put on In Port
land Inst week by a team of tlvo
workers selected from tho flrt con-
lerouctt nt Atlantic City January 7
10, 1920. Whllo thin conforonci
Tna going on tlioro wore olovon oth
ers of tho sumo kind heltiK cnrrlod
on In other pnrtH of tho Unltud
States. Thorn aro thirty denomina
tion co-oporntlug for world wldo ex
tension of religious offort.
There woro almost flvo hundred
pastors of tho prodostant churches of
Oregon in attendance nt thlx confer
ence. ThlH survey carried tin Into
tho roinotcxt bounds of tho earth.
First wa Hludlod tho needs of tho for-
i i Cold rullglounly, educationally,
Following tho needs of tho for
r'gn Held we Hut In xllubce and stud
ied thq needs of tho homo Held,, com
prising tho United States,, Alaska,
Hawaii and tho Woxt Indies. Wo
studied; Tho relglous noods nt
home; educational ncedH, Industrial
needs. Wo Btudied our own 'atuto
JieedH with every county hoforo us.
Tho plun In to curry thlH nurvoy
with a team of from hIx to olKht
Vilrlrnra lllfn nvnrv iinuiilu until I ... .
v. ..v.. i ...... nui k tun II,
Tlllu In-llll will lirllur will, ilu.n. i,
...... . ... ,ir. ... . .i.j...
tern and slides and throw on thn
M-reun the pictures of both foreign
mid home scones to move uh In our
activity for Cod's Kingdom and HIx
A ruiler report will bo given Sun
dav morning nt 11 o'clock by tho
1-atur In tin? Prcsbyturluu church.
Married C. S. .Miller, known t,
ins iiiiimuiti triomls ns "Tuft." it nt l
MIH NuIIIh Sltx wero married In this
city last week. Tho Times-Herald
overlooked thin evunt and fulled to
mention It last Issue. Tim hrldu It
a daughter of Mrs. Jumcx Henderson
ami Is iulto woll known to tho
younger people of this vicinity. Hti
wax ti student of the high school i
one time. Mr. Miller Ik oiio of th
youug stock men of HiIh county
where ho has lived nil IiIh life. Ilotb
have lived In tho neighborhood of
NBrrowH for niuny years and limy
will innke their home In that part of
tha country, Wu wlxu thorn every
tiuppiiioKs and success.
Itoport ot tho condition of tho VI KMT NATIONAL HANK nt Ilurus, In
tho Statu of Oregon, at lliu cloiio of business on Fouruary. asm, 1020.
Loans and diaeountH, Including rodlHCountH IR70.0G8.B8
NotOH and IiIIIh rodlcounted 121,0-18.22
OvortlraftM, unHocurod, $a27,8
I'. (hnernint'nt Hccut ltle.s owned: .' '
DopoHlted to Hocuru circulation (U. B. IioikIh at par) i"0;000;00
PledKod to flocuru U. S. dopOsltH (pur value) 10,000.00
Pledged aw collateral for Statu or other doponltH
or hllta payable ir.,000.00
Owned and uupledRcd 2l.GriO.0o
war pitvliigii CortllleutoH and Thrift Btampn actual
ly owned ...1
Total U, B. aovernmoiil. ecurltlofl
Other ltond.11 wciirltloN, etc.:
Securltluu, other than U. B. bondH (not Including
utockH), owned and unpledROd 10,0,40.83
Total bondH, Hcnurltloit, etc. other than U. B. 1
Block of Federal UcHOrvo Hank (50 por cunt or tnib-Rcrlptloti)
Value of bunking Iiouho, owuod and unlnuurabored
Furniture and HxtureH.
Lawful roservo with Kk! era 1 -tt mmrm wk.,,.i.TO,,v .
Cuuh In vault and nut umounln duu trom national
bank .'. ,
Nut amouutH duo from baiikH, bankum, and truhl
companleH (other than In Innt two ItomH)
ChuckH on other haukx In tho auio city or town km
Total of lnt throb Itomx r.7,r.5a.39
CheekH on ImukH located outHido 0 city or town
of reporting bank and other caxh Itetim
Hedemptlnu fund with U. S. Troanuror and duu
from U. B. Troumiror
Intercut earned hut not collected uppro.tlmate-
on noted mid HIIIh Ilecolvnblo not pant due
n rsin nan nan mn nan nn mn r?n rrn mn ran mn mn nen nan nan rrn rrn rTfi rn frn irn) iPTi wn JT'n rp-n rTTi itn P'n if n ir'uir'nnuFTi o mi ir"flfpn rar 1
Al lliu btHt meeting of tho Library
Club held at tho homo of Mrn. I. II.
Hollitnd last Saturday afternoon,
.tho annual election was held and
other busluekH connected with thb
.annual -meutlug attended to Thn
oUicou elect nru:
President. Mrn. Krancox Clark;
vice proxldeiit, Mn. W, M. Button;
Hecrotni Mm. O. M. Faulkner; treas
urer, Mrs-. J. W. Hlggx.
Tli 0 next meeting of tho club will
be hold ut tliu homo of Mrx. Win.
H. C. H. S.
.' March 12, 1020
Piano Solo Itaymoud Voogtly;
ReadltiR, The Life or Jamox With
comb Hlley Hox fMark; ItendliiR.
Appronlatlon of Hlloy Kdna Dlckon
Hon; Vocal Solo Mr. McDadn; Head
ing from Hlloy--rrancoH Donegtui;
School Notes It 11 Ii y DIckeiiHOii:
Song hy thu School "Wearing or
llarloy JlotohkMM, President;
Deuoy Hwett. Vice Prexldent; Her
nice Harkoy, Soorotary; Juno Dallou,
STUDRNT IlODV OFFK3HUS
Pruxldiiit, Noll Miller; Vice Preil-
noiit. Jo Cook; Treuxiirer, Kverott
Kfc'leKton; Secretary, fJene Schwartz.
ATJILKTIO ASSOC. OFFICIOUS
President, Uvorott liggloHtou; Vlo
i-reHinoui, uox uiarK; Socrentry
Treasurer, Hollln Oowun.
tho senlorx danco on March 20th,
promises to bo It Kala affair. Tim
hull will be decorated for tho occox-
kioii and un ovwilng of entortalnment
SHurod all. Dancing will commence
at 9 p. in, and xtop sharply at one
o'clock. MuhIc furnlxhed by .Homer
iieca, j-iorabol Smith and Rollln
Tho list or Patronossoa: Mrs.
Capital Ntock paid
SurpliiM fund '.
Undivided profit . , , tir,lE,&2
Lenx curront nxponxot, IntoreM; and taxes paid..-.. ' 9.673.76
Circulating notex outstanding v ,
Cortltlcd checks outxtnudlug ;
Ca:ihler'il checltH on own bank outstanding.;
Total or last two Itomx : 18.C47.97
IK-mund dcHsM (oilier IIuih bank ileposltM) Nuhjrvt
to ittwrvc (depoxltx puyublo. within 30 day):
Individual doronltrt mibject to check '
Ccitllicutcs or deposit due In lenx than .10 days
(ithur than for money borrowed) ,
Total demand dopoxlta subect to Itcnerve.... 312,177.33
I'lyif (Ii'IhihIin Mibjerl to He-ei ve (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and
postal (luviiigsi :
CortillcnlcH of deposit (other than for money bur
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Iteserve,.... 120.1S2.S2
I'ulted Stales deposits (other than postal savings):
War loan deposit account t
Other United States deposits, Including .deposits of
U. B. disbursing olllcorx
Mills payable with Federal Henorve Dank...
I.olterx of Credit and Travelers' Checks sold for cash
We are closing out our stock at
price that are; in most instances,
far below present wholesale prices.
Stock up now for future needs.
Thfesg goods will not last long and
the first here are going to reap the
benefit of . this sale.
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We enumerate a few articles below with prices; every
thing else accordingly.
Liabilities for rodlscouutx, Including those with Fed
eral Iteserve Hank 12I,1M8.2'J
Total contingent liabilities : . 121,018.22
Slate or Oregon, County or Harney. s.
I, I:. Ilr Consur. Cashier or tho above named bank, do Rolumnly swuar
uiai me anovu siaienu-ut is true to tint liesl or my knowledge and belluf.
- 13. II. CONSRK, Cashleq.
Subscribed mid sworn to beforu mo this 10th day of March, 1020
, . VF.LLA M. WRLCOM K, Notary Public
My Commission expires June 17, 1023
Correct- Attest: It. T. Ht'dHRr
A. C. WRLCOM K
Mrs. May V. for tl11 Literary Society, to be Frl
Drown, Mrs. day the 191b. There will be several
C. A. Ilyrd, Mrx. W. R. Huston, Mrs. ' musical numbers, good school notes,
W. T. Skeins. 'and original themes on "Spring"
Cook. Mrx. Schwartz,
RgglcKton, Mrs. L. M.
Many details for commonceiueut
have been attended to. and what with
all the regular school work, tho num
erous social activities, tho class ban
buna fnlrlv hu'iiiiiiioiI vi-llli wnrb
Tho Senior class has been very . ""I'liuiuom,
much occupied In decldliiK 011 tho ,l,,.n.K.
ommoncoment Invitations and pri-
'rams. a class meeting was called
011 Wednesday, March 10th. hut as
ret wo have comu to no definite con
since we have taken It uh our special
topic. Thu SophumnroH cordially In
vite the public to bo present, and
assure you that the program will be
an Interesting one, and most enter
taining. This poem was donated by ti
Rsseutlal to success
If you (think you are beaten, you are,
If you think you dare not, you don't,"
If you'd like to win, but you think
It's almost a cinch you wont.
I'ho Harney County Hluh School '"" tlilnk you'll lose, you're lost,
jo ball nine will reckon all of tho 'l01 out "r 1,0 wo.
Seniors nlwayH show up woll- n' M;(: uogins wnn a reiiow's win,
iilmru Tint 11 111 "10 Hiaie Ol 11)11111.
If you think your out classed, you
Seniors among Its members, Tho
The Irnnliv run fnr ln.L lllor
ury programs given by any class dur- J:M Y" ' 10 ll,u.,K 10 rlM
lug tho Homester Is ngaln In evidence.: " Kl lo HUro or yourself
Wo aro koopliig a .watchful eye on .. ",),uri'
that. Ii would bo mahvolous If we can over win a prize.
could capture that prize
all other honors!
1922 Is I lie man who thinks ho can.
, , , . . ' Wo ro planning on somu form or
I'hfl Sophamorex have conducted 'entertnliiineui for Mm i.vimim. u
two class meotliigH tills wook ror the i,nH alwavs been thu custom nt llm
purpose or framing up tho program Sophamorex to give the Freshmen n
oloux U wo . ,i , , win a prize,
ax well as ,ilr"H battles don't always go
V .i ' V" ,M0 HtroKp 'ter mair,
n V' Ijipt hooii or late, tho man who w
$ .75, 1.00, 1.25
, $ .50, .75, 1.25
Coys and girls rubbers, pair,
Mens ruttm, pair,
Mens Mitlersliirts, .
Bays Iwe pwci ynJerwear, suit,
Mens dress shirts, . $
$ 1.00, 1.25
$ .50, .75, 2.50
. $ 1.00
$ .50 .75
reception the first or the year, but tlclng and by a series of kicks and
for various reasons we were unable other struggles, can balauce thona-
... . I ...I.. af ...... ' . ...
muru illinium piaus aru-suives very uiCMiy on a piano niooi.
lo do (Ills,
to be made, however, and we hope
I hoy will accept our belated tribute.
Contributed by a boy
Thu "Scrub llasu Uall Team" or
thu II. ('. II. B. will compete with the
Hums Public school, at the Fair
grounds Sunday, 14th.
The Hoys Physical Training class
Is coming along nicely. Mr. CcDudu
xnyx In a collide or weoks thu class
will be able lo "right about race"
without much commotion,
Wo received our report cards Moti
lity and wo are all Just recovering,
Wo now studiously sottlo down to an
other six weeks or mental torture.
Nj)t only mental torture either.
arrived this week.
Among our visitors last week wore
Mrx. Schwartz, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs
Thev bono to be. able to rescue somn.
poor drowning "fish" oon. i Rgglcston. and Mrs. McOowan.
Thu Seniors program was exceed-,
ingly good. Wo wish to congratu
late them. Tho Juniors will give
tho entertnluinout this wook. Thn,
best effort of thu students are put
Into theso programs and I'm sure you
will enjoy them Immensely. Thu
Freshmen will give" you tlielrx 6iP
The Olrls Quartet are resuming
their work, which they dropped a row
mouths iiko and are now practicing.
They will slug ror the Commercial
Club Friday evening, March 12th.
There Is one Frohmait girl In tlx)
iiuartet. Tho Sophamorex boast thn
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WA I'll A NT CM Mi
Physical Training Is progressing singers.
wonderfully. Although they fall) t -,,- .m. i.r,.,.n,ii.,ir u,.i
lown In the mud occassional, tho Wo r4)n..y nro .. ,,.,". ,hlHH ,.f
boys are actually learning to run. . Frushmuii.
riio girls nro expecting to be able to Tho Volley-ball outfit, succor root
swim by sunimor. Thoy nro pran- ball and iwiyt or the tennis layout
Notice Is lierebv glvon that then
aru Htilllclunt funds on hand to pay
oft :t"l General Fund warrants lisui"
and registered up lo and Includir
December 20, 1.919. Interest cense-.
March 9, 1920.
W. V. KINO
Weinstein Mercantile Co.
Four Foot Pine Wood For Sale
A. OITINGKK, Proprietor NATE FRANKLIN, Manage