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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 9 October 1909

mmm .-, U aiiajMWqfaTaa)aaaai .. ?i ii II Mil - I i Y I mm ml WM 'if r3B iff Ji- ' " HI iftn Ml ''W&m H '' IT IS THE GREAT NORTHERN. Well Knofln Kottt Keeper Una nd Recom mend! CtiambcrUlfl'i Colic, Cholera anil DUrthoca Remedy. "I tnko plcnauro in Baying tlmt I lmvo kept Chnmborlnln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in my family medicino chest for about fifteen years, and have always had satisfactory results from its use. I have adminis tered it to a jrreat many travel injr men who were suffering from troubles for which it is recom mended, and have novor failed to relievo them," says J. C. Jen kins, of Glasgow, Ky. This rem edy is for snlo by all good dealers. On authority, which for vari ous reasons it cannot name, the Oregonian says that the Great Northern and not James J. Hill, individually, is backing tho Oregon Trunk lino and that for mal announcement of tho fact aeon will bo mado. Coupled with this statement is tho decla ration that the Great Northern directors havo r...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 October 1909

iM&KtXM&i:: M j&WS:&t!l&k!Z.-' TJaBR aSffl3Mfc Jk. attattMiMMimMHi iiiikiwh mummmmtm MWMaMMMi ffv Clma-3lernf& The Official Pnpcr of IInrmy County Iim Iho largwt cltculntlon nml laono 0( the beat fulvorttaliiR im(Huuii In I'nstcrn Ore (ton. (ic ttrent Itnmeg'.Comtlry Covers an nrcit o( 0,428,800 ncirt ol Inml, 4,0.11,051 ocrcM yet vacant mijoct to entry tinilor tliu public land Innd of Iho United Blatc-i. )L. XXII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 10, U09 NO. 48 .IW I She wmt&Wtf&lb. I " i "- ,-- . r " .- FIRE DESTROYS HA Y Jrass in Meadow is Ignited and Conflagration Threatened ERTY LOSS IS ABOUT $1000 ay and winter rnsturc ihrcntcncu Willi Destruction Fire is Stopped Willi Little LossAlany Go Prom ms to Mcipbtarts in one of . L. b. Company Nclus. "y5fT got started Tuesday in I settling up of vacant lands and rass on what is known i tho certninity of milroad trans portation in tho near future has causqd tho people of Burns to inako extensivo impr...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 October 1909

J- She ime-$UMW. lUTUBUAY. UOTODKU 1(1, IMS BUIwrntllTlON IIATK8! On Yot ... Six Month! . Thrt Month! 11 W) lULIAN HYim - - Mnnntfn Some oxccllcnt viows of tho garden nnd orchnrd displnys in tho pavilion were taken Inst week and will form n part of tho booster litcrrturo being prepared by tho Commercial Club. A fow hundred postal cards would prove quite effective m the lino of ad vertising. According to press advices from Carson, Nevada, the Oregon Trunk hns.fllcd articles of incor poration in that state. The charter provides for nothing fur ther than to build a railroad. John F. Stevens is named as president. This means that tho Oregon Trunk is going on "south. Every parent and taxpayer who attended tho evening session of tho institute Thursday night will say that State Supt Acker man is a good prophet in assert ing that Burns will havo a fine high school building nnd nil neces sary equipment within ten years. It will not require that length of time to accomplish it. tho hands of l...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 October 1909

'imes-fferald. MtOKST CIRCULATION OK PArKH IN THI8 COUNTY. IaY. OCTOMKHH. IW. )cal News. IHs eyes P. 0. block. iivia was in uio euy Jlnypool is over from Mnlhcur county. E. Urinkwatcr lias fine display of fall millinery. U. Irwin arrived home i'ovciiiiiK from a two kit to outside points. Indies gold bar broach frith "Lil." also a hoop Return to this ollico tnbly rewarded. (talker was over from hursday to have his i set. He got it bro- lixup with a horse. ready to receive music first of next week, 009, at the Frank Har- Benco in the west end. Rkhccca Biggs. Dt Stil s, ol f ortUinti, inula" Matron of tlu 0. ' guest at the home of Mrs. V. L. Maihden. Ksit the local lodge ofli- cvening. oung is oacK irom ms lo muuiic states, land at farming back decided that Harney a better place, Ihere- Ck to slay. on was tcnuireu tne packers by the local iut Wednesday evening lie nail, ine evening It pleasantly spent. snls were served. 2D- I. nine to my place tone nine spotted cow and 2-ring haltor. B...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 16 October 1909

INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). A fast mail train between Chi cago and Portland that will brinj? Eastorn mail to Oregon in much less time than is now required has just been put on by tho Har riman lines. Tho train will carry no passengors and will make tho run between tho two cities in GO or G2 hours, clipping ofT from 10 to 12 hours from tho present schedule. In this way tho Harri man lines expect to meet tho shortoned schedules of tho Hill roads, which havo put in fast trains from St. Paul to Puget Sound. Ground will be broken early in December for a big cement plant near this city that is expected to contribute largely to tho supply of this building material used in this territory. Tho new industry will have a capacity of 1500 bar rels daily at tho start, with pro vision for enlarged facilities later. It will cost $1,000,000, will bo lo cated at Oswego, a short distance south of the city. It is thought that the field for ji cement fac tory here is unexcelled, because...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 October 1909

fe tEituco3tcrnlCii TIio Offlcliil Paper o( llnnu'j County tins Hie Inrgoat ciieiilntlun ninl Isono oj the Wet ntlvortixliiR mod In in 8 In KnMein Oregon. ?Itc (Qrrnt ?inntcuioiiiiiru Cove mi nreu of 0,428,800 item o I it nl 1,(1.11,1)61 ncn-B yet vacant eiihii-i'l lo.ontry under tlio nubile. lnnl ny,n of tint United Platen. XXII BUHNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 23, 110!) NO. 49 m . . i T FIGHT BOND PLANT dtion to $10,000,000 Loan for Reclamation is Strong K)N IS TO LEAD THE ENEMY limlcd Laslcnicrs Will Call President Tail's Hoiul F Sectional Hill West Will Retort Tariff Hill Benefits The Iiust'-Newspapcrs Criticise Proposed Homl Issue. fnt Taft's proposal that of President Roosevelt, would pshall authorize tho is-: have killed that measure not- $10,000,000 worth not yot become Speaker. From that clay to this Mr. Cannon liar. ent irrigation projeets "eon opposed to any legislation of construction in the which would tend to perfect tho 'id ready met with tin- National reclamatio...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 October 1909

. -. HMMWaMWml M! .' i 1 i fcn Mi y ;t flM c id tM in 'i St ' 1 5 w4w H ' 'SKI f he uttc-Uwd dATUUDAY. OOTOUKtt SI, UW BUnaORIlTION UATKSi Una Yet . ilx Honthi Thrto Months 1.0 IIII.1AH IITHII Mnnarr "End of frco land" is tho heading on nn nrtido from Scrib nor nuMtahed on the Hrst toko in this issuo in which tho public land commissioner is quoted n9 saying thnt public lands wnicn now remain nre chiclly nrid in nfeovflftniv This mnv bo so to n certain extent butnotaltoKuther. It merely shows that tho cast is vnf nnlfn iVnornnt of the west nnd rnnditinns. Wo vet luivo Millions of acres of land to home stead whore profitablo crops may bo raised by proper cultivation without irrigation. This land is semi-arid. Wo also have in some portions of tho west great bodies of arid land where irrigation is possible, yet these eastern peo pie, although they bewail tho condition of no land for tho land less, will not allow it to bo ac complished. On our first page is also an articlo stating that t...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 October 1909

tmes-JJ!erald. CIHOULATION OP UN TI1I8 COUNTY. CTOnuu.m, iiot. News. , eyes P. 0. block. Br wns visaing ins J. E. Logffnn fcDrinkwntcr has lie display of fall llinory. yell was confined Ipartof this week fbut is again nolo N KdaiiKhtcr of Mr Garrett has been They took her kins tins morning. , fcdy to receive music I tst of next week, tfnt the Frank Har- in the west end. Keiikcca BlGCiS. i junirains is noine' r mitairln tinints. ithe mcetiiur of the I inker city, Inter go- im was over irom tliic u'milr hlivinc- W .!... ..V-.. ". ."C- ttle. While here he st the home of his L. Marsden. tlibbard has gone to I1 part of the county al professional and He expects to he the ollico about a I Cair.e to my place bill' spotted cow and J-nng halter. liaeher by payinjr ce and the pasture F. Ckowluy, ! fciwen, Oregon. , ass was down iroin "this week attending isincss ana visiting Jrossaiul the Grand- are living in town Jnnunry February March April May June July August September October November Dec...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 23 October 1909

1 SBSBSBH Brx INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). James J. Hill will not extend the Oregon Trunk beyond the Oregon lino but will confine liis operations in connection with that project to developing this state. Stories to tho effect that thoultimato destination of tho Oregon Trunk is San Francisco were denied by Mr. Hill this weok, who said: "All tho build ing tho lino will do will bo done in Oregon. There is plenty of room for now feeders in tho stato and tho milage which wo intend to add to our system will bo confined to Oregon. Wo hnvo no intention of entering California." parts Is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lamo back or pains in tho side or chest givo it a trial and you nro certain to bo moro than pleased with tho prompt reliof which it affords. This liniment nlso relieves rheu matic pains and is certain to ttlenso anyone suffering from that disease. Sold by all good dealors. Singe Company Will Incorporate. Good vinegar for wtlo by T. E, Jenkins at tho ...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 October 1909

ftnw, Wlv Chneo-aflernlii Thu Olliclm I'npur ul llnrtu Ciiunty linn t!iu lnrn'ft liicnlnlltm mid In ono j tlio bi'dt i(hoitiliK mt'illuniH In Kimtuili Oroismi. tClic dircnl SHnrticu Cotittiru Cow mi nrrn of 0,4i!8,t00 ni-n ol Innil, 4,(1.11,(101 ncn-M yet vncnnt iilt(.l lo entry under llio pnlillc Innd lni ul llm Untied Htntcs. XX11 HUJtNS, IIAHNEY COUNTY, OKKGON, OCTOHEIl 30, VM) NO. CO ftp (JW wJiiP1 w ma Tmwas nnTNa"wn!m I-- -. jt jl M..B.M.U. yww jis sjljl. v ji Tlie D an is to liuilco in a rrigo- lion project put something like : 20,000 ncres of land under water. tfmrintwtiM tvt linvv mifrnirivl ll OregOll tO he Field Of Vast making surveys to determine kvelopment in Near Future S,,S SZ STZ development company in to linvo everything in shnpo ao tlmt con struction work can bo commenc ed next summer. The first ton nngo of any consequence doviv ered into Central Oregon when the new Hill line taps the terri tory will be cement and other structural nmtorinl for the Crook ed River pr...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 October 1909

uLuiuaiLmimuinuiii.liniiiiiiWWwHWWI SIu imcs-JUva(tl MTURlUY OCTOllEn SO. HI HllltSClUlTlON KATKH- Out Year.. . all Moulin.. Throa Month tttl.lAN nvun - - - utx. Id- to Whilo Harney county. soil and climate may not bo adopted par ticularly to fruit raising as a whole, thero aro portions that will possibly equal the most wide ly advertised portions in that ro spect. Such fruit ns is jrrown is fine. However, it doesn't need to boast of its fruit producing qualities when it will equal any country for ccrinls, vcKotableu, such as onions, potatoes, sugar beets, colerv. asnaracus. etc. It is also ndaptcd to cranberry cul ture and has manv advantages in tills respect that is not nt pre sent taken into account. Its iso lation and the discouragement incident to lack of market has kept it in tho back ground thus far. Another injurious feature in the lack of knowledge of tho bier tinners of tho stato as to oui resources. Tho Portland papors are densely ignorant of what tho Harney country is an...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 October 1909

jY I Times-Gerald. 1 AI10K8T OHM UI.ATtON ol SWHPAl'KU I.N THIS COUNTY ft? i i o. ixToiihit o.iw. il oonl News jury 111 ijos 1' 0. block. KM ihon was in town yos- , Gra was in the- city iinvcn the first of tins S. 10. Drinkwntor has a lino display of fall iki uiilliiur.N. 11. 1 in was down from the lir t of the wool;. lie '. in the i m ploy of the P. Capital. Surplus, EC. h Heerj and httlo son peeled in this iftcrnoon BpeH'ti ' ' iiinnier at ly & Richardson now lmvo 2te line of fresh groceries dry goods. See thorn tnew store. J P. .1. Klink and little fcr came over from Canyon , ol th o w and joined ink li re She has been i fi u nds in thus city since, 'i e-ioui i'f tli vciy iwiiiiiiw Mills aiid a i mpl te new "" ' '" uu, nt., luii.ibiungii, Ail work b . i u i .i llagey &. dury'n. ibi. o i.i ikw stono ,-, p.,u,,..:.. fkoniiv tk ' first of tho weok. W. II. Oillcer is over from Mi Grant county homo. See the late creations in enlll- v at Mrs Drink water, .1 D Combs is over from...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 30 October 1909

0 t&A -j&iMIMiKMBMtiMMi SOME BIO TMNdS DOINO. (Concluded from page ono.) land at from $30 to $50 per ncro, convoying to tho farmer perpetu al water rights nt that figure. At $30 an acre, tho scheme invol ves about $6,000,000, ami at $50 it would involve $10,000,000. What method tho Oregon trunk people will employ in cutting up these tracts which have already been acquired and which are held under option and which nro be ing negotiated for, cannot bo learned. Tho prices paid for somoof the larger tracts have run from $15 to $25 an acre. Some of tho tracts have cost con siderably more. Well Known Hotel Keeper Uc ami Kciom- mendi Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I take pleasure in saying that I have kept Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltcmedy in my family medicine chest for about fifteen years, and have always had satisfactory results from its use. I have adminis tered it to a great many, travel ing men who were suffering from troubles for which i...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 November 1909

mimt Vtt ?Tlmca-3rnld. Tliu Olllelnl I'miorut llniuoj (stiiiniy he 65rent'3Hnrttcu Coimiru Covers mi nrcn of fl,-li!8,)00 urn l land, 4,0.H,051 aercH yot vacant nnlij'il to entry under tlio public Innil Inwn ol the United Htatca. lilts tlio In wit cimilutltm nwl li im tlio Ih-M nihortlnlni; luoitlmim.lii rlorn Oiocoii. L. XX 11 11URNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OUKCON, NOVKMHKIl 0. ltwi NO. 01 Sflte RECLAMA TIONFUND' M-iii) oi' minim pakminu. tiger May Soon Adopt Irrigation Project in Central Oregon E SUM NOW DUE THE STATE )rcRon Will Be Untitled to 52,700,000 Alore According fThis RcportAlulhetir Project May be Shelved and a One AdoptedSecretary Favors Ten I:qual Payments. Mr. James .1. Kill imulu an ex cellent speech, us ho usually does, at tlio dry land farming congress. He said tliat tlio railroads and tlio pooplo ought to bo mutually good neighbors; thoy arc in the snmo boat, and must prosper or grow poor together. Ho advised looking forward, rather than backward, and said that this count...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 November 1909

s: HflB KS 0n "' K vsfl 6x Moulh, II ftH ThtaaMontha R, Jffl JULIAN IIYltl I'iJLM .Hi I! . 4 i . 5 f EM I M kl , VH 1 ii f' ; m r qt l She 35imw-UiMEA. 13.0V .l.oo . .7(1 MnnKl M Kjm V flW ' S.VTOIUIAY NOVKMUKn MV09 ' l ' m tk H m X 8UHS0UUT10N KATKHs Friend Farmer, do you believe that sending your business to the mail order houses in tho cities hclns to reduce your taxes, or adds to tho value of your farm, or helps to build a good road from your place to town? Suppo90 ono or all of us merchants wero to quit business; would it increase the value of your farm? Read this again and think it over. Ontario Optimist As a result of his investigation in tho west during tho past sum mer, Secretary Ballinger is moro convinced than ever that con gress should authorizo the issue of bonds predicated on tho recla mation fund in order that ready cash may be available for the prompt construction of the score or more of government irrigation projects now in course of con struction. Good business, ho...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 November 1909

'imes-pBrald. LaROKST CIHUW.ATION Of BPAPKH IN THIS COUNTY. p, NOXKMIIKUd. 1HW. iocf News. ry fits eyes P. 0. block. pooJIow is visitmj? in Bus week. 5 . . users was up trotn Ins the lake yesterday. 13. Drinkwnter has :n line display of fall Br millinery. I'Claypool is over from Bur county home, having freight for local mer- t& Richardson now hnvo ' le line of fresh groceries l-dry goods. See them. lew store. snowfall last Sundayi wed by more or less rain has been very boned-, bis section. , ll Hamilton had the' fie to get his foot badly by a wagon wneei run-; it the other day while ' vood. M.t ! groceries oi ine very ids and a complete new ry goods, furnishings, be fotnd at Hagey & an s ine new Jnnunry Fcbrunry March April Mny Juno July August September October November December A safe depositary for your funds every month of the year. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capital. Surplus, $25,000.00 330,000.00 United StatcH Depositary Accounts Invited guaranteed All work stone...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 6 November 1909

ffiT NATIVB OF HARNEY COUNTY DEAD Fridny morning nt tho Metho dist church occurod the funeral of one of Malheur county's yonnfr men, who for n number of years was a resident of Ontario. Ar thur B. Gibler died nt Goodinff, Ida., last Wednesday. Ho had lived here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gibler, until about seven months ago, when -tho family moved to Gooding-. Arthur and a brother, Harold, lmvo both boon very ill with ty phoid this summer, and Harold is still at n dangerous stngo of tho disease. Arthur was born in Drewsey, Ore., May 25, 1881 Ho lived there until twelvo years old, when his parents moved to Hun tington, then n year later to On tario, where they mado their homo for twelvo years. Tho young man was a member of Arcadia Camp No. 3G4, W. 0. W. and ho carried $2000 insurance which goes to his mother. Ho leaves, besides his parents, a sister, Lyndall, and his brother Harold, all now living at Gooding. The sympathy of tho community goes out to tho sorrowing family. O...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 13 November 1909

She it QTfie Ettu8-3ternl& tCJi CSrnt,3Hnrueyl(Cottiiii'u Covur an nren of (1,420,800 Hires ol lutuf, 4,(irj-1,fl51 ihtl-h yet vacant eulul to entry under llio public land InwB of tlio United Blntes. Tlio Olllelul l'niior of llntimj County aa tlio Inrost ctrriilnlloii niul la ono of ho beat mhcrtlahiK )uoiliuinstn Knateni tenon. HI BURNS, IIAKNBY COUNTY, ORI'XiON, NOVEMBER 1, 1H0I) NO, 62 C Wi in l -I Mrs 1 o CENTRAL OREGOtfXtl WiHfi Bennett Sees Two Railroads jid Big Future For Us tEGUN BY JUNE OR JULY learn nil nbout tlio great interior, for the Burns people nro not sel fish. Thoy will send you data nbout that cntiro section, and will givo you information that will lead, if acted upon, to peaco, prosperity and fortune. Irrigon Irrigator. Horn, just wncre, jody can toll; but seo two railway across l oiurai east to west within litcon months. In Bct to see the work ; Juno or July. roads will, we roin the bnake to the other will pass iieur, Harney and LLakeview to eon fcroad to re...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 13 November 1909

ftmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmmmmmmmiMI mi in mi ,i MpegMMtMBeSAiMMM1 f he Rw-8KL SATURDAY KOVKMDKn !?,( (JUUSaUUTlON UATKBi Out Year.... Six Monlhi.. . ThtJ Month!.... . .7 11M.IAN IITHU - - Maaiit The prospects for transportn tion lines stftrting to build mid gonoral development noxt sprint; arobnntht. Addison Bennett is right in his predictions and in order to "bent the railroad" to this county one must hustle. The appointment of truant officers by the county court was a right movo and it is to bo hoped thoywill actively discharge their duties. There is entirely too much indifference shown by some people toward educating their children. The plowing up of sovoral nat ural meadows in this vicinity and seeding to grain shows the wisdom of tho farmer and his realization that tho land is too valuable for wild hay. There will be greater demand for grain next year and much more will bo used. L. R. Glavis, former chief of field division of the general land office, who was recently dis charged on ac...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 13 November 1909

"ixues-Jierald. ItAuaKST ciuoui.ATioN or rSPAl'Kn IN TIMS COUNTY. lOAY, NOVUM IIKB 13, tlKli loenl News. try Ills eyes l 0. block. . ... lyers and wife wore ni hsot yesterday. K. Drinkwatcr n lino uispiny 01 has fall Iter millinery. IDcArmoml was u busi- iJtor to our city from v coiintv uurinir this l'& Richardson now have te lino of fresh uroccrics dry poods. See them) k. store. fcTorwilliBor was in the irsdny. He is like the rmers, wearing a broad account of the wet fohnson was up from his homo the first of this Vn iTipit lt liio .liillfrllf .IPS L(l YISIV IV IIIO vm.., ..-. is sulVerinn from a so- kck of Duke's disease. groceries 01 tno very ids and a complete now Iry Roods, furnishings, be fotnd at IlaRoy & son's The new stone BAD ROADS nml stormy wenther will make Irnvel hR more or less inconvenient during the winter months. At such times our BANKING BY MAIL facilities will prove of special advan tage to thoso living at n distance THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS Capita...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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