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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Times-herald — 18 June 1910

J- w&k Practically all of the Harney county trade will come through Canyon City this summer and fall. The railroad will bo into Prairio City in time to givo the Burns merchants an opportunity to order their winter stock shiir ped via Prairio City. Consider ing tho distance and condition of tho roads tho haul this way will be about half tho haul by the way of Vale. This will mean a considerable saving on tho part of the merchants of Harney county and it will of necessity result in the reduction of tho freight rates and will also cut down time of transit -uiuo jut. Eagle. Tell some deserving Uhcuma tic sufferer that there is yet one simple way to certain relief. Get Dr. Shoop's book on Rheumatism and a free trial test. This book will make it entirely clear how Rheumatic pains are quickly kill ed by Dr. Shoop.s Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets. Send no money. The test is free. Sur prise some disheartened sufferer by getting for him the book from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Reed Bros....

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 June 1910

'.. 2. jug ' Ml ' iiMinwit be Vfte Vtma-Hrnl& The Oflloliil TApor of lUrnoy County ha tlio Urgviit circulation ndlionoof the bt Rilvortialng mediums in Kmtern Orrpon. ?CIc OTi'c.-i! 3fHnnicy Country Cowrn nn in mi of n,'l'JH,M)ll mm hi landi I.O.'ll.ll.'il iicHw j-ci vncmit kiiIiki'I to fiiilry niidcr llio (mlillci Ittntl nl llio Ulilliil WliTIi. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 25, 1910 NO. 32 pimflleMft WLROAD MEN VISIT US weral Prominent Harriman Officers Look Over Harney Country T NOTHING FOR PUBLICATION sidcnt O'Brien and General Traffic Acrent Miller of UO. R. & N. Co. View The Harney Valley for First Time Tuttle and Stradley Return From Long Trip. no Harney country lias had vestment That a delagation of prominent lines were not built for fun, oad men within her borders therefore it was necessary to tag the week and while none show the men with money that a have expressed them- line would pay. jts as freely and to the point lid Mr. Hill of the Great Bhern ...

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 June 1910

Tf- fe I B, .'.bifcn "I1iri '''" WWIH Ihc 5imc$mM. SATURDAY. JUNK 53. 1910 SUltSOIttrTlON RATR8! Out Year .. 8U Monthi Thrt Monlhl -' - 11.00 .1,00 . ,n IU1.IAN IIVHU - - - - M Thoro arc a great number of tourists visiting this section these days. Automsbilesnro numerous. Among these aro capitalists who are looking over the country for investments and with the activity shown by railroad people it would indicate rapid development. Senator Itaurno won out in the Vale land oflico appointments and B. R. Keitcrof Pennsylvania and II. G. Guild of Newport this state have been confirmed as reg ister and receiver respectively. Representative Ellis wanted men who lived in the new land district and had recommended Tlios. Mc Knight and G. A. Hurley. LOCAL QVLRrLUW. Fay Comegya is in tho city. Cremo the children cry for it. Crcmo -for sale by your grocer. Clothing for youths and child ren at Schenk Bros. Read the oiler mndo by N. Brown & Sons under tho head, "Dont got bilked." Gentlemen, wo ...

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 June 1910

:W, Tb -l iw; :ZS V The Times-Herald. tt IAP XayiiAHdKBT GIHOUItATIUN OF !(KW8PArKniNTniBCOUNTjr. I SATWUbAT, JUNK , 1910. Local News. V. Ford is i visitor from Port land. Meet me nt the Mt Vernon Hot Springs. ; The Busy Corner Store carries n nice stock of hair Roods. The local strawberry crop is quite good this season. The best meal in Harney coun ty for 26 cents nt the Overland Hotel. A few fractional sections ofi common school land for sale A. B. George. I Rend the offer made by N. rown & Sons under the head, 'Dont get bilked." W. B. Johnson was in the city Thursday leaving for home Fri- ay morning with a load of sup- ilies. The business men who intend lacing floats in the 4th of July nrade are requested to report to ' , K. Richardson. Mays & Finch, paper hangers, all decorators. Carriage paint- and Furniture redressing, fccher Building. FIRE INSURANCE AT COST one of the strongest Mutuals the state. See us about it ndall, Passenger & Malonev. Fred Wyatt, the unfortun...

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 — 25 June 1910

b I t 'J i ffei T t Mr. and Mrs. Bunynrd, of Rcu- lah, Orcjron just returned from Olex, where they attended the Rinehnrt family reunion. At this reunion there were 80 rela tives present Altogether there nro over -100 of the Rinchnrts that can bo traced, who live in the western states. Mr. and Mrs. Bunynrd were havinpr a visit hero with Dr. Shirp and jrettinir dental work done. Ontario Op timist Those having relinquishments or renl cstnte for snlo should consult E. W. VnnValkenburg, tho real estate man, at his oflice in Burns. Tell some deserving Rheuma tic sufferer that there is yet one simple way to certain relief. Get Dr. Shoop's book on Rheumatism and a free trial test This book will make it entirely clear how Rheumatic pains are quickly kill" ed by Dr. Shoop.s Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets. Send no money. The test is free. Sur prise some disheartened sufferer by getting for him the book from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Reed Bros. NOTICE. All parties owing Lewis & Gar rett 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 — 2 July 1910

fe She fpwjleMi ttle hu-3Hrw!a The Official PApor of lUrnoy County has tho Urgoit circulation n J U ono o( the beat ndvertUinR modiutni In Raa'tern Oregon. Site Oircnl 31 n nicy .(Country Covers nti nrcn of n,IK8,8()0 urn of Innd, 4,031,11,11 ncTim ul vnnwit stilnict to entry miller llm pulillo Innd mwD of llio United Htiitwi. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 2, 1910 NO. 33 TOE BIG CELEBRATION 'rogram Begins This Afternoon and Continues Four Days MUCH INTEREST IN BALL GAMES rnurie uty ream will be Here to Delend The Cham pionshipThe Horse Races Promise Exciting: Con tests With a Fine String of Racers to Compete. I, There is every indication that ae big celebration planned by lie people of Burns will bo quite except, perhaps, a band concert. With good weather and interest nownwakened this will bo one of AU 1 I. J J.I.- --1-1 1? success and attended by a large , "Vf T . a T wieTT imberof people from all over"1"1?!1811 f,ac l day jjodat- u ui; uuus mm aru worm seeing. The ...

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 — 2 July 1910

fi3S m Imi I Hi ilM . 1 '' .IKIib Site iMeis-$taCu rUTrJHIMY. JULY 8, UlOlf BUlUSimil'TlON UATK8! One Year ... Six Monthn. . Thrro Monthi. U00 .1.00 . .78 AN It VII It MnftMwt Tho Time-Herald is nnrticulnrly pleased to call attention to tho stntemontsjof tho condition of our two banks which appear to day. The total footing of the First National is over tho half million mark and the Harney County National shows u ilatter inp increase in business since tho last report. Both have bipr deposits and an abundance of cash, perity than tho condition of these two solid financial institutions. Ben Hinto and tho Green boys, brothers of tho man who was kill ed. Caseday finally left with his prisoner and refused nid from those who volunteered to accom pany him. Tho prisoner was taken from him and shot. Ilin ton talked too much while under tho influence of liquor after tho affair with the result that all were finally indicted. The testi mony of Hintou showed that Caseday was ono of tho conspira 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 — 2 July 1910

&nes-Jferald. 1K LARGEST CIRCULATION OT NKwsrxrKn in this county. SATURIMT, JULY J, 110. Loonl News. fcct mo nt the ML Vernon Springs. ley Hayes was in town icsday. ! Busy Corner Store carries a ktock of hair Roods. ul Finke was down from mountains this week. best meal in Harney coun- r 25 cents at the Overland v irry Danloy is quite sick at iForen home with typhoid f. 'few fractional sections of lion school land for sale A. I George. jor French has returned to fand will go from there to ;York jlar preaching service at Baptist church tomorrow Sing and evening. sid the offer made by N. in & Sons under the head, t get bilked." ' R. Garrett has completed barn at the Grant Thorn p- ome near Malheur gap. kys & Finch, paper hangers, lecorators. Carriage paint- iind Furniture redressing, 2r Building. W. Brown was over from nch Sunday renewing ac-' ltances and looking after, business. I IE INSURANCE AT COST of the strongest Mutuals e state. See us about it) alt, .Passenger &...

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 — 2 July 1910

H. ML Kited -parties to contract to ; up from GOO to 1000 tons of hay. Inquire at this office. A failing: tiny nrrvo no lamer than the finest silken thread takes from the htfart its impulse, its power, its regularity. The Stomach also has its hidden, or inside nerve. It was Dr. Shoop who first told us it was wronjr to drujr a wcckand failing Stomach, Heart or Kidneys. His prescrip tion Dr. Shoop's Restorative is directed straight for the cause of these ailments -these week and fallcrinK inside nerves. This no doubt clearly explains why the Restorative has of late tfrown so rapidly in popularity, Drugg ist say that those who test the Restorative even for a few days soon become fully convinced of its wonderful merit. Anyway, don't dniff the organ. Treating the cause is the only sensible and successful way. Sold by Reed Bros. NOTICE. All parties owing Lewis & Gar rett, or Simon Lewis are hereby notified that all these accounts are in the hands of our attorney C. H. Leonard for coll...

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 — 9 July 1910

SPhe . fpme. frtf$l& Yh Yimt3irnl& The ODloUl Paper o( lUrney County hn the Wgut clrcuUtlon and li one of the bit adrortUIng mcJIumi In Eastern Oregon. 1Elc 0i'cal Uniucij Catitiiru Cou'M nil iinih o 0,IZ8,HOO mip )l Intiil, 4,0:11,(151 nno tl VHcnnl nuliifi'l to rnlry iimlcr tin) piitillr Inncl t l Hid United hluUiB. 1VOL. XXIII BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 9, 1910 NO. 34 IE BIG CELEBRATION larger Attendance Than Expected From Other Communities ERCISES HELD ON THE STREET (Business Houses Failed to Get up Floats Therefore 'nrade to Fair Grounds Changed Hon. Frank )elivers Oration and Other Exercises on Street. bile Burns has perhaps had suited fatally occured just out- Jpeople to celebrate with us side the entrance of the fair 4th the crowd on Sunday grounds the same afternoon. Monday was realy a surprise , Frank Dibble was bringing a load .tWincr the fact that other . out in his auto and came up be- fen.1 nnlnhrntinnn M.o lnrtrn hind a haCK to WlllCll tWO was not expe...

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 — 9 July 1910

ns She iw?0-$m'nM. SATURDAY. JUt.Y V, 1910 BtmscuirrioN hatkb; Oho Ycr Six Mouth. Tta ret Monlhi IJ.OO. 1.00 (11 I.IAN IIVKII Mlil RAILROAD PE0P1.B BUSY. Tlic return of C. I. Tiittle, general trailic manager, Carl Strndlcy chief engineer, and L. Hains, civil engineer, all of the Oregon Short Line, from a jour ney into the interior by the way of Vale and the Malheur canyon last week, is another circum stance which adds evidence to the belief that something is about to be doing on the western extension of the Oregon Eastern before long. These men were in Ontario last Friday on the return trip to Salt Lake, after a two week's stay in the interior coun try, where they visited Burns, Iikeview and Prineville, says the Optimist. A visit to Burns last week of J. O'Brien, general manager, H. B. Miller, general freight agent, and Chas. W. Buck, civil engi neer, all of the Short Line, was made the occasion of a demon stration from the citizens there, who entertained these officials at a big ba...

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 — 9 July 1910

aSteaMittaiaHtiMiHkMJta ww8y " ' ' lit tes-Jerald. fc tARQKST CIUCULA.TI0N Of! ' NEWSFATKR IN THIS COUNTY. SATURDAY. JULY , 1910. Locnl News, sprinting -The Timos-IIcrnld sot me nt the Mt. Vernon Springs. re are having some real sum- E weather. all line Butterick patterns Georgia E. Pierce. SJ ' E. Loggan is having an ad- n built to his residence. ae best meal in Harney coun- ar 25 cents at the Overland 61. 0. French is in the city to- hnaking proof on his home- l few fractional sections of tiion school land for sale A. George. aose English wool hats at. Busy Corner Store are the Bt for young men. ead the offer made by N. vn & Sons under the head, hit get bilked." EL. Poujadc and family were from Cow Creek to spend 1th, coming over in his new wheeled auto. ys & Finch, paper hangers, decorators. Carriage paint- jand Furniture redressing, ier Building. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close of business June 30th, 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Di...

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 — 9 July 1910

ft Jg ijf 'M 1 INDUSTRIAL NOTES. (Continued from naKO oc). said, by this desertion of the cities and return to the soil. Confidence is expressed that this will balance production and con sumption and prices of farm pro ducts down to lower levels. Pain can be easily and quickly stopped. Pink Pain Tablets -Dr. Shoon's-ston Headache, wom anly pains, any pain, anywhere, in twenty minutes sure. Form ula on the 25c. box. Ask your druRgist or doctor about this formula-it's fine. Sold by Heed Bros. Reatos for sale, all sizes and lenfiths, price 20 cents per foot. Any one desiring Reatos address W. A. Ford of J. 0. Alberson, Alberson, Oregon. Manual Slanders lost 300 sheep during the last two weeks from an unknown cause, but supposed to be caused by the poisonous weed or herb that is found in a few localities in this section. Manuel has his sheep in the vici nity of Albert lake. Botanist Dr. Tidestrom has gone to inves tigate the cause of the heavy sheep loss.-Lakeview Herald. A failing tiny...

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 July 1910

missbbsbsw mtMtfuik fEle (Tueni 3tnmcu (toumru Cot-urn nn nri'ii of 0, 1'JH.MI inir' ol IiiikIi 4,(i.')l,iril ncruH yet mkiiiiI hiIpm'I to entry miller tlui pulillu liuul ni I lie United Hliilrn. The OffloUl Paper ot Hurnoy County lui tho Mrflost circulation nnd Is ono o( tlia boat advertising medium tn Enttum Oregon. VOL. XXIII IWIINS, IIAUNEY COUNTY, OltKfiON, JULY 10, 11)10 NO. 35 unuiimjumjn-"" pm eg? PREPARING FOR A RUSH )regon and Western Colonization Co. Have Begun Active Work "0 SHOW PRODUCTS AT CHICAGO ilew uwners or wiiiamcue vaucy gj iiuhcuuu iuuuu- tain Wagon Road Grant Actively Meeting Demands For Proyerty Sold Much to Old Time Lcasors. 'The colonization of Central i Colonization Co. has not only sc- Ireiron lands has already begun i cured the largest but also tho tho new owners of the Will-1 best space in the exhibit. We motto Valley & Cascade Moun-, will show the visitors to that ex- kin wagon road grant, the Ore-! hibit tho most remarkable lot ot jn & Western...

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 July 1910

tmnniiiim w II..HHI jiiummqii mjinKMiLJuu h 14 5 i : She imw-I(traCd. 8ATURUAY. JUI'Y Id, UIO siMisnui-noN hatksi Olio Year ... tx Montha . Three Maniha illl.lAN in ui - UOU 1,H .76 . Mnnaa Such weather and seasons as wo are now experiencing empha sizes the necessity of tlio conser vation and proper handling of our water supply. We need a Moses right now and the sooner the matter is taken up the better for all concerned. While the work of securing a creditable exhibit of Harney county products for the fair and Mr. Hill is rather a hard task our people are going to do the .very best possible and The Times-Herald hopes all will co operate. Thin has been a very bad season not alone in this sec tion, but all over the middle and western states, so there is no occasion for getting discouraged. Some very encouraging reports are now coming in regarding crops in various parts of the county. The season has been the most unfavorable for many years and prospects were rather discouraging. The sh...

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 July 1910

Ltnes-Jierald. BK I.AHOKST OIHCULATION Of r NKW8rArKU in this county. t 8ATU1UI.VY, Jll.Y 111, 1910. , LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits . Circulation DEPOSITS Local News, t ad Schcnk Bros. nd. printing The Timos-Hcrald iH. Gray is up from Lawen ot me at the ML Vernon Springs. L II. Stroud is over from ley today. kdo at the Busy Corner i and save money. Hi line Butterick patterns Georgia E. Pierce. Mr Cleveland is in this Ihe guest of friends. bse Panama hats at Schcnk arc the proper things. best meal in Harney coun- 25 cents at the Overland tor Clemens is naving nis house on Poison Creek en- nnd remodeled. ys & Finch, paper hangers, Becorators. Carriage pamt- knd Furniture redressing, hv Building. . rr?r Irty cent dimities for 22Jc Clothes pressed and cleaned at nrd during THE GREAT Schcnk Bros. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close vf business June 30th, 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $2G7,71G.G5 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 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 July 1910

fipBBBSsa- 1 i II V PT w 51 : S4 WIIMl IT THINKS. Ifho only unfavorable clement jn the situation is the unfavor able attitude of federal lawmak ers and state olllcials toward the railwnys and the spirit which would prevent the companies from moderately advancing their charges to offset the increased Ore. cost of operation. When the' manufacturer is obliged to pay ! Pain can be easily and quickly higher prices for raw material I stopped. Pink Pain Tablets -Dr. and increase wages he does the j Shoop's-stop Headache, worn only possible thins in the cir-1 anly pains, any pain, any where, cumstances and correspondingly in twenty minutes sure. Form raises the charse for the prod- ula on the 25c. box. Ask your uct. The railways are obliged druKRist or doctor about this for to pay increased prices for sup- i mula-it's fine. Sold by Iteed plies and higher wages, and it is Pros. only reasonable that they should , get more for what they sell, Kentos for sale, all sizes and namely, transportati...

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 July 1910

MviMr (fp Tf YtmtSttriift v Th OffleUl l'npor ol lUrncy County hsi lbs Urgcat circulation and la ono of the beat advertising tnodtutna In Etalern Oregon. xme (Brent Jlnmct) (Co.tiuii'u Coven nn nrwi of li, IU8,H(JD mica ol landi 4,n,'lt,()5t nrrcM yet viuntit tiilmU to entry nnilcr Hie juiblic lurid lws ol tho United HlutcH. VOL. XXIII BURNS, HAUNKY COUNTY, OUEGON, JULY 23, 101 1 NO. 36 She MteMft I v -- . L wletired Land Official Says Conserva tion Business is Overdone WED RESOURCES NOW SAST TO BLAME FOR CONDITIONS -s-L I II. Schwartz Points Out Abuses of the Government Policy in Handling Public Lands Should Have Laws Not Controlled by Individuals, but Concress. Posterity is ample able tolfn,., mnn ... r. toq .., kc ; care of itself. If it cannot iperiencea, he is listened to and wi not help it anyforustOhecded The hegira to Albertft toddle in its business now," nm, nM,n rn,i; ,i0 w w vaa) lIIMVIIIll W1UI lllbbti fid II. II. Schwartz to an Ore- nian reporter while discussing e cont...

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 July 1910

if1 I .'1 J F, SiJ aaaaaaaaaa - ' I JjjU AATtMDAY. JOI.Y J. II0 8I11HHI1U.T.OK HATKB! Ono Yr . Bit Monthi Three Month! JULIAN ItVHO - - MOO 100 MAtiBRpr The instructions of the city dnds to the murslinl to notify property owners to fix up broken nnd dniiKorous sidewalks was not made any to soon. There nro wnlks tlmt have been in bad shnpo nutl a disgraco for a long time. Tho marshal should see that the repairs arc made with out delay. Tho State Land Hoard has de cided tlmt right of entry under the Carey act is not exhausted except when title actually pass es to the entrynmn; that in cases where applicant assigns his claim before it ripens into title he may make another selection without restrictions. However land to which title is granted must be in one body- patent to non-conti- iruous will not be issued to one applicant at one tiino. Hond Bulctiu. Now it is reported that the Dalles military wagon road land grant is also to be thrown open to settlement, sold in small tracts to sett...

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 July 1910

Esa mm iumiiii. tJ.U'i "hz Times-Jerald. TAP THK I.AK0K8T CIKCM.A.TI0N Or ANY NKWSrArKIl IN THtB COUNTY. SATURDAY. JULY M, 1910. Local News. Head Schenk Hros. nil. Job printiuK-Tho Times-Herald Crop reports contimio on cournninpr. Meet me nt the Mt. Vernon Hot Spriims. Trade at the Busy Corner Store and save money. Full lino Butterick patterns Mrs. Georgia E. Pierce. .1. E. Chandler is in from his homo near Warm Springs. Those Panama hats at Schenk Bros, are the proper things. j Geo. Parker and wife were up. from their home at Lawen yes terday. Tn lust moid in Harney eoun . ..i n. -v...,..!.,,,,! I ty lor a corns at uiu w.n Hotel. Chas. Johnson spent a few days upon Emigrant creek fish ing this week. Mays & Pinch, paper hangers, wall decorators. Carriage paint ers and Furniture redressing, Locher Building. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BURNS at the close oflmHhicHH June 30th, 1010 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . $207,710.55 U.S. Bonds f0,00().0 Bonds a...

Publication Title: Times-Herald, The
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