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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 13 November 1909

n McKINLEVS PRISON DAYS OVCfc. Th Journal bays: Horace- G. McKinley, the man"who after n tenstitien&l attempt to escape, pleaded guilty to the charge of conspiracy td defraud the gov ernment by acquiring title to public lands, two years nffo to day, finished hia term of sentence in tho county jail today and waB turned over to tho fcdoral au thorities. McKinley, who was implicated in tho land fraud deals as a part, ner of S. A. D. Putcr, in tho fa mous 11-7 case, was sentenced to servo two years and pay a lino of $7500. At 11 o'clock this morn ing tho confessed "looter of pub lic domains" went before tho United States court and took tho pauper's oath, and was rclensed on his own recognizances not withstanding tho fact that there aro yet several indictments pend ing against him in tho federal court. Henceforth Horaco G. McKin ley will report at intervals agreed on between himself and the United States officials to tho dis trict attonoy's office. In an in terview this morning. McKi...

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 — 27 November 1909

lot I irtjyf.il Mat, -Jl Wtfulb. Vfi Vittiaa!HtrnId 1t (Brent. 3finruetjltotiiilijj Cover mi nrcii ol 0, l'J8,t00 iirri ol liiiiil. 4,0:11,1)51 iicrcn jit wiimit isiiliul to entry tniilcr tlio itilllr Irani In we ol tlm United Hl.itun. Tbt OffloUl Taper ol Harney County bi the largoit circulation it ml Is oho oj Pthe bit Advertising meilluuu'.ln'KiiBtoni ' Ortgou. BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OKKGON, NOVEMBER 27, 15)0!) NO. 2 She mtatg- 1SIAN CONDITIONS favorable Throughout Harney mnty Says U. S. Report IFLOWS GOT NEAR SURFACE fatcr Factor in Reclaiming Lands in Various Parts lty Section South of Siccus Mountain Particularly Thomas & Walter to Experiment in Trout Creek. sian water will bo a 1 in reclaiming lands rney Uounty m the :ie general opinion ol tve made a study ot The recent report faring of the U. S. Survey on the water :of this district adds lent to the artesian throughout Harney more particularly the tuth of Steeus Moun- Fact many good Hows tstruck already in that very shall...

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 — 27 November 1909

, -.- ,-L- " - " iiiiiiiil.aMiiiMiinr MMf li "b iij a.rar,i hit - - f &t Siwef-ggttJtM' SATURDAY, KOVKMBEtl 87, HOP. BunsoimmoM katjmi Odo You. .. Six' Months .. ThNO Montha. 11.00 .100 JULIAN MYHIl - M..-? Tho assertion of Judgo Lovott, tho now head of tho Ilnrrfman Byatem, that tho linos would in vade all fcasiblo sections of tho northwest without delay, is en couraging. It means two roads forHarnoy county without fail and wo may reasonably expect activo construction work next spring. According to Lakeview papers great preparations aro being made in that district to plant or chards. That section is higher than this and yet just over tho lino in California fine fruit or chards thrive. Wo should bo gotting busy in Harney County, especially those farmers near tho foot hills and in protected places. Thoy should not delay putting out trees and giving this class of husbandry careful tests. Wo havo fine fruit on somo places and wo should at least at tempt to supply tho local demand. ...

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 — 27 November 1909

JCX Bs-Jferald. OIH0UI.ATION Or IN THIS COUNTY. fKMUKIliJ, 1WJ I News. Reed's Grocery. fceyes P. 0. block. school mcetiiiR and wife Creek on a are vis- LDrinkwater has display of fall Inery. er iook suauemy it was feared it ; he soon rccover- ; of tho R L. S. Horning tor rine company ranch- Illai) robes, horse1 MM ' ?carrmBO henters U. C. Welcome & $ on was over irom home during the to relatives and hardson now have of fresh groceries goods. See them ore. IThanksgivinK ball Mother's club last grand success in r and largely at- i Wednesday evening the parlors of the IP. G. Milliron and lulcare, Rev. A. J. iFirst Presbyterian) ling the ceremony herald joins their ending best wishes. itching services at an church Sunday, ioth morning and subject of the jrse is: beli-ue- Hie evening: lm- Kyers in the Bible." Hi invitation is ex- to attend these ser- STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business November 16th, WOD RESOURCES. Loans and Discoun...

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 — 27 November 1909

i iL'jawjasMjjijLUBMp Those who vrftht dressmaking done call at Jorgensen's stand Mesdames R, H. Ireland nnd H. P. Ringon, Propts. A clergyman writes: vFro ventics, thoso little Candy Cold Cure Tablets nro working won ders In my parish." Proven tca surely will check a cold, or tho grippe, in a very fow hours. And Provcntics nro so snfo nnd harmless. No quinine, nothing harsh or sickening. Fine for feverish restless children. Box of 48 at 25 cents. Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION UNITin STiTMtiANDOrriCR, I lliliri, Oregon. NurcmWr 9, 1KD I Notice la hereby (1) on tket Fred K Scott, of Hum i, Oregon, who. on Juno is, 1904, Made homestead entry No. 2117, Kerlal No. uirat. for NWNWlf ami NliftWUHoctlon IS. Tovvnihln'JI Houth, Kantrata East. WllUmetto Meridian, bu Mod notice of Intention to mako Flint Kite Year rroof.toestabllsh claim totlie landatt desorlbrd, before tho Kenlttor and llerclver, at llurm, Oregon, on tho '.3th. day of liecvm bcr. WJ. claimant namra aa wltnreios D...

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 — 4 December 1909

Harrison L Btetitv Unio? She ITfie frimcB'Mctnia The Oftlclnl Tnpcr of Ilnrnej County bli Hit Urgoit circulation anil iiono of tht but itdvartlilng lnodluma'.in'Kmlorn Oregon. 3h.c ffircnt 3-lni'iicu;Cotiult'u Comtb an iirtii of fy-lSS.HOO iirri of litndt 4,()'l 1,1)01 iicrvB jet ncant tiliid to entry illicit r llio public Innil Inue ol tlin Unlli-tl Htntia. XXIII BURNS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 1, 11)09 NO. 3 i?JtJfr W RAILROAD FOR US ters Behind This Line That is To Tap Harney Country 5APITAL STOCK OF $10,000,000 ration Known as the Portland, Lakcvlcw & Eastern y company ana it proposes covering mc unurc Pertloa of the Statc500 Miles of New Road. m dollara is the capi- egon's latest rauroaa syu Salem dis- linning in tho city of id running: thenco in and easterly direction DUjfh tho counties of ih, Clackamas, Marion, ik, Klamath and Lake iw in tne jaat-namea to a point on Goose at county, is tho new osod route. A branch be built connecting sain line near the town j Brid...

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 — 4 December 1909

r wLl.,M--3lVtaA -jt X -r IBtBMWMIMMatMMMMMWMM m lite f irac-$cafii SATURDAY. MJOKMDKR 4, IM. buhsmuvtion iiatkh! On Year.... Six Month!..., Throe Wonlht. .1.00 ..Tt (UI.IAN IIVHIl - - - - Maaaaoi A PUBLIC PLAV GROUND. new buildings on hla, farm. Burt will soon have the best fm provcd ranch In the valley. Itenry Harmer haa boon haul lnff lumbor from Burns to mnko now Improvomonts. Clnronco Hnrmor was a busi ness visitor to tho Narrow, Sun day. Mls3 Nova Hoddcr gave a par ty at tho homo of W. G. Hoddor, Saturday ovonlnir, Nov. 27, for il, I.hhaII nfi i OK mIh 4 ntnn a-ii Tho Mothers' Club is w out" " 35 V h luno lor now achievements ami tno nw. , , ., rnnrt . ,., . ladies will havo tho activo sup port of every Reed citizen of Burns. This club has accom plished much for tho juvenilo de- crowd who nll roport havlnjr a fine time. Fred Myres and wife woro vis iting at tho homo of W. G. Hod- partment of tho Public Library dor and wifo Sunday. and this year is adding a largo number of book...

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 — 4 December 1909

Lines-Jferald. 1K8T CIIICIJLATION OF KTSH IN THIS COUNTY. It. DECKMnEK 4, m 5Rl News. Mint Reed's Grocery. Its eyes P. 0. block. m is over from Dia- ntrton was o ev from a few d.tjs this . Drinkwnttr has ifur caps and othtir hery. has boon in from Petersen place for a ks and family are oc- GeorRO Shaw resi- city this winter. is and wife aro over homo on Calamity risit to relatives and i jsof lap robes, horse id carriage heaters 2-J. C. Welcome- &, I l lichardson now have lino of fresh groceries goods. See them : store. Caldwell left this Portland where she extended visit to her 3has. King. Sur orders to the Cash Bakery for bread. fruits, etc Deliv- amptly. STA TEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business November 16th, 1909 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $213,551 22 U. S. Bonds 50,000 00 Bonds and Securities 57,012 43 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000 00 Real Estate, Furnituro and Fixtures 0,000 00 Fivo per cent Redumption Fund 1,250 00 Cash on...

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 — 4 December 1909

ja mi i mmtwmmmmmmi Oregon Agricultural College Winter Courses. January 4lti (a February 1811. 1519. Practical work, lectures and demonstrations will bo given in such vital subjects na General Farming, Fruit Culture, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Poultry keeping, tlio Business sido of Farming, Forestry, Carpentry, Blacksmithing, Mechanical Drawing, Cooking, Sowing, Dressmaking, Home Manage ment, etc. All regular courses begin Jan uary 4th and end February 11th. Farmers' week February 14th to 18th. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all interested. Good accomodations mav bo secured at reasonablo rates. No nsro limit above 1G years. No entrance requirements. v Promi nent lecturers havo boon secured for special topics. Tho instruct ional force of tho Collego num bers 100. Excellent equipment. A special -feature is tho Fann mers' Week which 1 comes this year Feb. 14th to 18th. Lec tures, discussions, and a "general reunion. For further information ad dress, Registrar, Oregon Agri cultur...

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 — 11 December 1909

mime Covum mi nrcn of 0,428,800 ncrc ol land, 4,0.11,01)1 nrivH yet vncnnt mlijtcl to entry under llio public Innd Inns ol tlio United Htntei. Th OffloUl rrr ol llomoj County hit lh Urgot circulation ml la 0110 of tha Uit JvertlilnR inellums;tn Eaitern Oregon. BURNS, HAUNEY COUNTY, ORKGON, DECEMBER 11, J 1.0!) NO. 4 KXXIII She MODERN BUILDINGSl nne Structures to be Added to tusiness District of Burns riC TEMPLE AND BIG STORE itcrially to Our Business District and Stability to lyTHomas & wauer explain tonuiuons 01 iruui Galley Land Sale Phone Connections With Ontario. LluN it was only such lnnd as wo folt sure couldbo properly irritated. Wo arc offering some of the outlying tracts at atnuch lower price. In selling this land at $40.00 per acre one thing should be borne in mind and that is we are charging our purchasers no interest for three years and threo months and we are cling ing them no taxes for thnt time. The interest nnd tnxes would amount in the neighborhood of $4.50 per ...

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 — 11 December 1909

J"Vl a .-(fii, -j -. 3 flhc Siucs-VxCft. AATCIUMY. bKCKMURR U, l. HUiWOKUTION KATKB! One Year . fix Monlhi Three Montha.... li.00 .1.00 ,Tft IU.1AN II VII II - - - MMir Sagebrush and timber trim mings are suit! to bo a vnlunblo raw material for distillation plants. Some counties in Oregon have immense productive possi bilities if this proves true. Ex. points. The boys loft Sunset early m the spring to work in tho harvest fiolda near Pendleton. They are both glad to bo ablo to bo with their friends onco more nnd think thoro is no placo llko homo. Fred Mnrkloy, from near Burns passed through Sunset Wednes day on his way to tho Narrows to visit with friends. Mr. Mark ley is a now Settler and has a homestead located in tho Weaver Springs country nnd ho thinks this is tho placo for a young man to get n start in life This locality should liavo a ntnrn nnd iin.qfnfllpn na It n too Western representatives in , ,), nf trin in riln n MnrrnWu congress arc "going to fight for a 0r Burns every 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 — 11 December 1909

' '-' Jlerald. DIUOUI.ATION m I TH1B COUNTY. KMBKK 11. 1P0 News. rc3 P. 0. block. I nuiiuiiK niuaii; fc Schenk Bros. W' i I4 is sick nt the i or in this city. have a good ftrc Boys Now of our young country to a i Mnkwater!lms I Icnpsnnd "other. ! Icrnld acknow : a very neat cal- ties Wilson. second hand S i Box TZ, Burns, mis in the city attending to low stonn has hfaeding among ' this section. ip rones, norso image neuters C. Welcome & W has recovered a severe attacK STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of busincBH November 16th, 1001) RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $21!J,551 22 U.S. Bonds 50,00000 Bonds and Securities 57,012 I3 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000 00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 0,000 00 Five per cont Redemption Fund 1,250 00 Casli on hand and in Banks 1 1 l769j' I $.M2,183 0) LIABILITIES. Capital $25,00000 Surplus and Undivided Profits :H,17fl 77 Circulation 25,000 00 DEPOSITS 3B8.00G32 $-1-12,183 0!) Capital, $25,000.00 ...

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 — 11 December 1909

,j. n '. '! ml' ' "' WalLf II' "1 3. 'f m i INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). Atchison, Kansas, la tho con trol point of four states, Miss ouri, Knnsns, Nebraska, and Iowa, thnt have oil numorous years produccdm corn crop of n billion bushels. Accerding: to tho Globe, a newspaper of Atchison, tho government catimnto of tho past year's total crop in tho Uni ted States is 2,707,810,000 bush els. Kansas began tho growing of alfalfa in 1879 and if more had taken it up at that time, it is estimated that tho state would bo much richer today. Now hogs arc marketed in tho Miss ouri river packing contera that never tasted corn. How much better aro tho opportunities in this Pacific Northwest country for growing hogs on alfalfa and other foods than corn than in tho Middle West.wliero alfalfa docs not thrive so well as it does here. Grants Pass and Koseburg aro both assured now passenger de pots by tho Southern Pacific In lino with tho development and growth thnt aro in evidence in S...

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 — 18 December 1909

Wtc (Krcnl 31nnicij' Coimhtj Cover mi iircn of I,-12S,K00 iicn ol Iniiil. 4,1)31,051 ncrcH yet vacant iiliirl to entry under tlio ii1j1!r land lime ol tlio United Hti ten. Tlio Olllolnl Pniid-of Ilnrmy County ' lias tlio IntKi'it rlrculntlon nml Isomi of K tlio boat mlvortlalnit mnllniiiH.lii Knntorn Oronoii. CX111 HUHNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 18, l'JOO NO. 5 ima rr a rri-ir rrATrnrTiu.s. i..tobuilb a koadio burns., tt ma TP TTZTP JrklirTkO f7Trp more Hum one lino the ilOlljflLlllVJbl 0 17 CUV JL JL --- HWUOJUlfc YJLU ;JLS YY JLKD J U J. will mui-vo iw n through bill tper Writer Tells of The Great irney Country's Bigness HE OBSERVED ON A TRIP l:ind Enormous Amount of Vncnnt Agricultural lit Accounts for it by Fnct Hint Wc Arc Isolated immcdinjc Construction of Railroads Will CImiikc nil. hkoll, a newspaper DO, 2-11 acres being taken as homo- rvisited this section steads, 20,'M) acres under tlio is running ii series desert land law and 8111 acres on ... . .. .. .i i , i mm....

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 — 18 December 1909

WWW l ui.ajmni mm m' fn ii I i "i " '" "' ' '" f rA Ihc mci-SleraCtl ATUIUAY. nKCKMUKn 1, ! auimoiuiTiON iutkbi Oh Ye Six Months rtueo Month. l'J.00 .1.00 ..7S JULIAN iivun - Mit FOR TIIU STATE'S SAKB There is n condition in Oregon that particularly challenges at tention. Experience has shown that lands onco thought to bo waste arc peculiarly valuable. Sections that were onco sago brush and tho homo only of tho rabbit and sago hen have be come tho sites of populous cities and a thriving population. Lands that wore onco tramped over as desert aro now selling at $100, $1000 and oven moro per acre. Thcso are facts that are recent history nnd they accen tuate tho remarks that arc hero to follow. Eastern Oregon is a vnst reg ion that is hut partly occupied. Transportation lines arc building into i and tho way will bo open ed for the fruits of productivity to reach tho market. To enlist! at Wright's point interest in the agriculture and ( is digging wells. other husbandry that the region ...

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 — 18 December 1909

Jferald. joinouLATios or IN TIIIB COUNTY. CEMIIKU 1, 1109 sNews. ryes P. 0. block. Schonk Bros. came up from f coats sco Lunn- was in Thurs- 1CS9. vas among during our the to nave a goou iFire Boys New fian was among visitors during second hand Box 72, Burns, fis has gone East visit to her for- lap robes, horse :arriago heaters C. Welcome & came over irom rich the first of siness and to vis- r jardson now have jf fresh groceries foods. Sec them ire. rices will be held erian church to- i nice music is be- the choir. Sons are agents l-Block make of iy one who knows far no other make. five room cot- all fenced with a windmill anu lents. No rock. lurns, Oregon. any township in )istrict, showing ban, date and kind rapliy, etc., ?1.00 Randall, Burns, ; came imck me eek from an ex- rhis foimer home brn points. While large number of id race meets and Be sensational har- le season. STA TEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of bualncau November lGth, 100...

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 — 18 December 1909

n INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Portland Correspondence). "Snenks nnd thieves don't ad vertise", wns tho text of nn im- miKrntion sermon rccohtly de livered by n McMinnville minis tor. Ho followed this up by showing tho vnluo of intelligent publicity work in attracting settlers to tho Pacific Northwest nnd tho benefits nliko to tho now comor nnd tho country settled. Each settlor moans added wcnlth to tho state and in return tho Pacific states offer greater op portunity to tho man from the older sections of tho country. Tho Northwest has a duty to perform, believes tho pastor, in bringing peoplo from tho over-' crowded districts of tho cast to this land of opportunity nnd live cities in the Northwest are mak ing tho most of their advantages in attracting settlers. Tho Portland Flouring Mills will maintain its position as tho chief Hour manufacturing con cern of the Pacific Northwest and during tho past week pur chased tho Hammond Mills and holdings in Seattle and vicinity at an approximate cost...

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 — 25 December 1909

E"hnn J IF, D 1 Wlc C&rsnt S-inrtirtj (Cotittirtj Covers an urea of 0,428,800 mnt ol land, 4,031,001 acre yet vnnint miliiul to entry under the public land innn ol tlin United fliitca. Tliu OiHolnl I'lipcr of Hnrnuy County In a tho'lArsvist clcciilntlon ami l lino oj tlis'bcst lulvortlaliig inwlluina li Knalorn Orngon. HUKNS, 11AKNEY COUNTY OREGON, DKCEMM2U 2ft, U('f) NO. G XXIII She giweg-HeM j ,.,, n;" J f " iwnainnianii iireMMBwaawrwwMMPWMBawiM"--''M,WB The Burns fire boys will five their fourth annual ball at Loch cr's hall on New Year's Eve. Music by Welker's orchestra of four pieces. Ticket $1. The dance will start at 9 o'clock sharp and music will continue until 4 o'clock a. m. The dance will be under good management. Tickets may be secured at any business house. Supper served by Ladies' Auxiliary in the hall. The entire stock of goods now on display at the new store of Hagey & Richardson, is fresh and new. Patrons may find al most anything desired there. AY RAILS IN ...

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 — 25 December 1909

iiiiii i 1 mill aiilliif&iiiiBfcuiitoiiiiiiJfciWbi WJPI kt MmttxM. iAttlllilAY. UKOKMliKU 53, t09. BtUIStUIirNON UA.TK8I Out Ycr.... Six Month. . Thtee Mnulhi. .1.04 ..T 1 11 1.1. VN II Villi - - limiir Time-Herald cannot give any estimate of cost at this time but will go Into the matter more fully In a latter iWe. ALL ROADS LEAD TO DURNS. ; al There seems Httlo doubt but wo Biinll witness rauronu con struction toward thla valley next season and tlmt means a largo immigration. Therefore every farmer should cultivate all the land possible. There is no dan ger of overstocking the nmrkct with anything. Thore should bo more attention given to trees by our farmers in tho valley. It may not bo profi table to set out a largo number of fruit trees in every locality at first but a few shado trees that wo know will grow adds much to the farm and these may later prove quite vnluablo in tho way of a protection to fruit. The prospects for several good substantial buildings being erect ed in ...

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 — 25 December 1909

fs-JIerald. 'CIIllTIATU)N OK IN TIUH COUNTY. BK Mil hit ! h'O'j fc'News, sivocl nn elegant it 1 China las eo it quirk. lyi . 1 0. block. p Scheldt Hros. ' ! Lco.its 800 l.unn- icen pio for Now a I Itii.i lonumio in I'cr w o.i' ' or was a business tho lir t of Ibis ' to liao a good F'Fn-o Bo.V Now ffor Unit New in iKo Year's your flap robes, horse. carriage .neaicrs C. Welcome & Christmas trees (m the cnurcnes ? Hums will have STA TEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business November 16th, 190D RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $2151,551 22 U.S. Bonds 130,000 00 Bonds and Securities 57,012 -13 Premium on U. S. Bonds 2,000 00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 0,000 00 Five percent Redemption Fund 1,250 00 Cash on hand and in Banks 111,70!) II $M2,18S0i) LIABILITIES. Capital ? 25,00000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,170 77 Circulation 25,000 00 DEPOSITS :il,!)!!(i:,2 $412,18S 00 Capital. Surplus, $25,000.00 330,000.00 United States Depositar...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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