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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1910)
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rUTrJHIMY. JULY 8, UlOlf
One Year ...
Six Monthn. .
AN It VII It
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
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
tors. It is possible, according to
rumors, that others sensational
developments will follow these
trials and confessions.
EXPORT SIIOOTINU I'.XIIIl.ITION.
MAN KILLED ON STOENS MOUNTAIN.
A shootliiK affray on Steens
Mountain resulted in tho killing
of James Leonard, a man about
70 years old, by Dick Williams.
Both wcro herding sheep, tho
former for Thos. Turnbull and
tho latter for Dick Smith. It
seems Leonard was a very quar
relsome old man and had threat
ened Williams, in fact had driven
him off tho range a short time
before. Monday morning he
camo to Williams' Camp and
threatened to cave his Head in
with tho buttof his rifle but upon
'approaching him ho throw tho
'gun in position and was appar
1 ontiy attempting to throw in a
--- - shell. Williams then shot him
CapL W. K. Parker, represent- ti,0 ball ontorinir tho breast.
Nothing shows the pros-!'K mo uemington Aims u. and After stnggeringa short distance
of tho Harney county' the Union Mctnlic Co., will give Leonard fell forward and Wil-
an exhibition at the i-air grounds lianis fearing ho would shoot him
Sunday afternoon just proceeding hc caught Leonard's gun and bc
tho ball game. Capt. Parker is Knn extracting tho shells from
porhnps the best all round shot tho magazino but in doing this,
with rifle, shot gun or pistol that in his excitement ho discharged
travels and his exhibition will bo i two or three.
a great treat to local nhnrods. ' Hnlph Hutchinson was an eyo
Ho will show tho power and , witness to the tradegy and sub
efHcioncy of the ammunition sold j stantiates this story of tho kill
by his people in a way that will' ing. Williams camo to Diamond
prove their worth. His work is and telephoned tho shorilf and
most highly commended by all Mr. Richardson went out in his
who have seen him and it is for
tunate to have this added attrac
tion. Remember this exhibition
Malheur county has begun a
systematic improvement of iier
county roads and from reports
the result is very satisfactory.
The county court has invested
in some modern road building
machinery and finds tho invest
ment a good ono as a greater
amount of work can be done
with less cost, Harney county
will no doubt bo in line at once
and place her roads in fine shape.
We have tho material for thcbestJ
roads in Eastern Oregon and the
sooner we get permanent roads
A THREATENED CONFLAGRATION.
comes just before the big ball
game scheduled between the
Prairie City team and Burns.
The exhibition will begin prompt
ly at 2 o'clock.
auto and placed him under nr
, rest He has not yet had a pre
' liminary as tho only witness had
not arrived hero up to last night.
The fire alarm
tween 10 and 11 o'clock Tuesday
night when a small blaze was
discovered in an old closet ad
joining the White Front barn in
the rear of the lot being cleaned
up by Robt. Davey on Main St.
Before the fire engines could bo
got into action the fire had gain
ed considerable headway and
threatened the entire block but
a large crowd was on the ground
and with buckets succeeded in
keeping it checked until a stream
was started from the hand en
gine. This is a very dangerous block
and it has stood much longer
than old times ever thought, i
Burns has been lucky in the:
way of fires and it should hasten
to secure adequate protection.
This block containes two big
livery stables and the French
hotel. Should a fire get head-
way there it would wipe out al-'
most the entire business district. I
If vou want tn nmkn n tmiln
sounded be- sell your relinquishment or other' hut from
property the Inland Empire Real
ty Co. will be of great assistance
to you. They have sold others
and can sell yours.
It is likely his hearing will be
held this morning. From pa
pers found on his body Leonard
must have had considerable
property, some in Pennsylvania
and some notes, etc. in Nevada.
Deceased hnd no relatives here
ettcrs ho seems to
have a sister in Pennsylvania
and possibly a brother.
Leonard was an Odd Fellow in
good standing belonging to a
lodgo in Bono, Novada. The
local lodgo of this city took chargo
of tho body when it was brought
in Thursday and it was buried in
tho I. 0. O. P. cemotory Thurs
day evening, Deputy Dis. Atty.
Leonard has written to Rono nnd
to his relatives in tho uinat as
well as some business concerns in
Iti'liott t)l Itiu rmulllltm lit llio
IIARNHY COUNTY NATIONAL DANK ol MJRNS
Ht llutnii, lit tin' Hlnto ol Orrnoti, at Ilia clots of
Imalnvia, Juno JUHIi, lull).
OM'filrntli, x-cuii'il mill unaociiri'il
It. H. IliiniU to incurs circulation
I'rput limia on I'. 8. Ilomla
tliintla, leciirlllii, vtn
llnttkttiif Imiiatn. (iirnlliiro mill nxttirua
l)iu (mm Niilliitml Haulm (not
Duo (rum itpprnteil ri'aarwi aKnuta
Clu'cUn ami otlium.li Item
Kriu'tloitnl iinwr currency, iilcli
amlcutita .. ,
l.Awrill. MllNKr ltK1KHK IN IUNK,
I.ckhI tender tio'i'i MOW
ltilonillon (mill with U.H.Treaaurcr,
(ft imrpimt uf circulation)
You may look and you may lis
ten, but you will ovcnlunlly call
on Irving Miller nnd take advant
age, of some of his bargains in
real estate, Also tho man wish
ing to soil can not do better than
to list with him. Room (J, Odd
Pnin can bo easily and quickly
stopped. Pink Pnin Tabids- Dr.
Shoop'B stop Headache, wom
anly pains, any pain, anywhere,
in twenty minutes Hiiro. Form
ula on tho 25c. box. Ask your
druggist or doctor about this for-muln-it's
fine. Sold by Reed
Locations as good as tho bcBt
A. F. B. George.
Tha Onlr Woman' Coll.aa on IKa
J'aclflc Cloaal ICirluaTrcIf
(or Young Woni.r
Located amonif tfia lifautilul
liilla nrar OallanJ, California,
'" tin" $5 Ssn I'fai-ciaoi anJ Ira
(ft-at Univrraltir of ilia Wnt,
l'nll enW.tli.tm mir. l.adinl
r. ' ............ -- m
tu dfitrrc. Itntranca and fratluatiun miuirarornti
equivalent to tfioae ol Stanford and Univeraily
of California. Iraininil fill atuJtiili Inr tracliintf
regular linea ol acaJetnto work, and olTera apeelal
advantage for tntiair, art, lifirarv aluJy and
linma economica. Well equipped latioraloriea for
ectrnce. Special attention to lieallli of aludenU.
Modern ifymnaaitun lliorouglily equipped. Out
door life and amuaemente In t lie ideal California tli
mala. Alumna In every city on tlte Pacific Coaat.
ron OATALoaua Aoonaaa
PltHIOCNT LllILLA CLAY CnOM. LL, D,
MILLB) COLHO I1. O., CALIFORNIA,
Total .1IJ,ttM gn
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riiirplua Kutiil,, ... llt.OOOW
Uiuilrlilcil inir1la, Icaa vt'iiria anil
Intra lil i'lftiln
National HauL imlca iiillataiiilliiK 9,ofl0 00
luilltliltialiliipaelta aulijccl to check 'JlDttUM
Doiiiniiit ccrlincnlraiit leilt. fM.OO
TIiiib CDitlftcntr ol i1rHilt Cl,7t A7
Ccitincil chccVa.. 'js.no
t'aalilcr'a cIk-cVm uutataiulliiK. 'JOtl 41
Noleaaiiil llllla rollti'iiunlt'il 3,(WOf.
DON'T GET BILKED
A Chicago inn, claiming to be a whole
sale house, is selling groceries to the peo
ple of Harney county. We hereby agree
to duplicate any order complete, sold by
them in Harney county at the same price
delivered in Hums as they arc selling
goods F. O. Ii. Chicago.
N. BROWN & SONS
I'omitjr o Harney,
I, I.iii M. Ilrown, I'athlar ol tlm allow nam
1 hank, tin aolcmuly wear that tho atom
tlatcmcnt la line to tho lato( my kiuiwlciliio
I. KOi M, IIhowx, Cathler
Hulaorllx'il ami anom to be lore- mo tlilt lat
lay ol July, 1010.
M. I. I.awia
iftcal) Notary 1'ublle.
(I. A. ItmnoLi)
J. M. Hai.tok
LYNCHERS FOUND GUILTY.
J. H. Caseday, the Grant
county deputy sheriff implicated
in the lynching of Olive Shyder
last Christmas, was found guilty
of murder in the first degree by a
jury in the circut court at Can
yon City yesterday morning.
At the regular term of court
in May Ben Hinton, one of the
accused men was convicted of
second degree murder and after
his conviction Hinton told the
officers all about it and was a
witness in the Caseday case.
After Caseday's conviction the
others awaiting their trial, Earl
and Bert Green pleaded guilty to can find suitable quarters,
Yesterday C. M. Kellogg as
sumed the management of every
stage line, except the Prineville,
that runs into liunis. lie was
already the contractor on the
Burns-Vale line and in addition
to this took charge of the lino to
Prairie City, Venator and Dia
mond. E. B. Waters is the local
agent of Mr. Kcllogg's lines, al
though Burns will be headquar
ters for them all and the contrac
tor will be here most of the time.
Mr. Waters started all the lines
uul ycsii-iuuy iiiuiiniiK ami iiu-ic-
after will devote his entire time
to this work, having resigned
his position as deputy postmaster.
for the present his office will bo
in the postofilce building until he
THE MAR0APET ILES COMPANY
second degree. This is the in- Gould has
formation received by telephone assistant to
yesterday by Wm. Farre. ' postofilce.
Oliver SnydeV shot and killed
Arthur Green last Christmas at
a sheep camp near Monument.
He was arrested and J. II. Case
day was in charge of the prison
er to take him to Canyon City
but stopped at Hamilton for some and see the display
time. He was seen talking to selections for the 4th.
taken the placo of
Mr. Loggan in the
Mrs. Miller will have new
millinery arriving nt frequent
intervals from the 15th to the
25th of this month. Some real
fine things for summer. Call
A SWELL DRESSER
Can Examine the very latest
Spring and Summer Lines
All New in the very
Fanciest Scotch Samples
Shirts and all other articles
for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Only Place
THE MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS
OIrl T?llnwg, Tli...rJ.Tiv
Tho Margaret lies Dramatic
Co. will open their 8 nights en
joyment at the Opera House to
night, with a five act Comedy
Drama, "The Two Sisters".
This play has meet with unquali
fied success where ever it has
been produced by this talented
Co, Miss lies, who plays the
dual role of the two sisters, the
ono a homo loving wife and the
other a wondering gipsy, has a
fine opportunity to show her
versitile talents at their best and
makes tho most of it Mr. Eddie
Mitchell, the leading man of the
to. niso nas a line chance given
him in tho part of the tricked
husbahd to show what he can do.
All those who wish to see a
play full of heart interest and
comedy should not miss this op
portunity. Mr. E. II. Meade
who is well known here nbly sus
tains the comedy throughout
and is assisted in the congenial
task by Miss lonclla Robbins.
Tho Company is composed of the
same members who entertained
the residonta of Burns nnd Har
ney county for 10 nights last
Besides those already mention
ed it consists of Helen Hnrvoy,
Marvin Hammond, tho lady bar
ytone, who ontoruuns every
night with her sweet singing,
the child artist Josephine Thorn,
Jack Haley, Edson Elliott, Jos.
Thompson and James Mitchell
forming an aggregation seldom
equaled off the railroad.
On Sunday night tho play to bo
presented is tho 4 act Comedy
Drama "An American Girl".
This is entirely difroront from
tho "Two Sisters" being tho
story of an American girl's adv
entures in England. It is nbly
handled and shows off tho full
company to advantage.
A now play will bo given every
night, special vaudeville features
between tho acts.
No ono should miss this oppor
tunity to get an ovening's amuse
ment from.this company.
Itct-ort of Ilia conitlllon ol tlia
FUST NATIONAL UANK OF BURNS,
lutliotttato n( tlrcton, at tun cloaa ol tual-
nree, June With, 1DI0.
Uiaua anil Ulafounta.,
Ovonlralla, icrurcl ami iiiiacrurnt
tr X. linnratn aeruro circulation
t H. Itomla lo accurti 17. 8. Iicpoilla
rrrmluma on It, H. Ilniiita
Ilomla, ennirltlra, cto
MaukliiK liiiuie,(iirnllur ami flitutra
Other Ural Katatv, iiwnnl
Duo from National llatika (not re
Duo (roin Hlalr ami ITIvale Ilaniaaml
Mankura Truat Ciitnpanlea ami May
Duo Irum approve! rcaerto agente
Cliccka ami other cali Itcma
Notea o( oilier National llauka
Fractional paper currency, nickel),
ami cnt. V7
lliKrut. Muvkv luaimvt: in IUx
Ural icniior notot COW V.mifO
ltrtumptloii (uml vrllh U. H. Trcaaur
r(rceuto( circulation .. l.s&ooo
Total U4,I M
Capital thick palil In IJS.OOOOO
Umtltlilcl pmnta, leae ripeuaca ami
taxra pahl HWOO
National Haul Notea outatamlltif 13,000 U)
ImllvliliialilciKialla auhjoct lo rtuck Tllfiii W
Closing Out Sale of Full Blood Merino Flocks
Having decided to closo out our ontiro holding of fine sheep
wo havo tho following to offer for Bale without reservation.
100 Registered Merino owes with Inmbs, of tho A and B classes.
1500 Select full blood RambouilletoweH with lambs, strictly true
to typo and of beautiful covering.
1500 Full blood Rnmbouillct owes with Inmbs, strictly first clnss
nnd good enough for any stud flock.
1500 Select full blood Dclaino owes with lambs, heavy shearers,
heavy bono nnd very largo size.
1500 Full blood Dclaino owes with lambs, good enough to go
intb any stud flock.
1200 Full blood Spnnish Merino ewes, with Iambs. These are
strong typo of tho B class, very heavy shearers and dense
covering. These are exceptionally largo for their typo.
TII15.HK TIVI5 KI.OCKH AIM AM. YOUNtt 81115151'.
5000 Ono and two year old ewes, not bred, of tho above classes.
3700 High class Merino ewes, with Inmbs.
2700 Ono and two year old high class Merino owes, not bred.
2700 Yearling range rams, and
100 Registered rams of tho above classes.
AH owes with Inmbs have been bred to registered rams in
their respectivo classes. The male increase will bo raised
as ram lambs, except those from the 3700 head of high
class Merino owes.
For price nnd particulars, address
TII2 BALDWIN SHEEP & LAND Co.
Hay Creek, Crook Countii, Oregon
Thin weather will make you feel
like making garden. Wc have the
BEST STOCK OF PLOWS
on hand and the test and most
COMPLETE STOCK OF SEEDS
SEEDS IN BULK AT ONE-HALF PRICE
of package seeds. Full slock, of
3E3C03BIJS and DFtjESLESJSJ
Begin to gel ready for gardening
GEER & CUMMINS
Burns Meat IVIarlcef
NcSliopJOpposilc (lie r'irst National Hank Main St.
;n i ;mh
A two oo
Demand cvrllflcatca of ilioa
Caalilrr'a rhevka anialamlliiK
tlnllr.1 8t.tr l)oxialla
lct'iltau(U. H. illiLiiralnxnmrara
I.UIillltlra oilier than atmwi ftaleil
Young's Meat Market & Grocery
We sell everything that
everybody wants to eat
Groceries, Meats, Shoes
Rubber Goods, Ice
Meats from 5c. to 12 l-2c.
Best Loin Steak 124c
Boils fie. to 7c.
Roasts Gc. to 8c.
Your patronage solicited. H. .1 HANSEN, Propt
BURNS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
COIITES E. ELLIOTT, Propt.
otj-"-i i attention given
to transcicnl custom audi
X. -J. i J MTOWTrv1
II or.se s kept by the day,
i reek or month.
FIHST CLASS LIVERY TURNOUT
Hay and grain always
Your imt mullet; colicied.
Sulitli Mini Si , HllliiH On-irnii
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals
NEW AND ACCURATE HAY SCALES
. IN CONNECTION WITH BARN.
iiuiNTYiir llAHMEr.l "
I,J. U (laiill, Caatilcr ii( the aUitro tiamnl
hank, iloanlnintiljr awcar that trio atiuve ataln
morula Imp tit Ilia lal n( injr knowlrlito ami
J. UUaULT. Caahier,
(.'. A. IIaimck
(I A. Hmitii
JllllN 11, lULV
iiubacrlbixl ami awum lo liefore ra thla lat
ilajr of Jillr, 1910.
(Hi'iil) Nulnry I'ulillo for Oraxon
ONE $25.00 STANDARD TALKING MACHINE
for Cash purchases amount
ing to $75.00. Save your
coupons--when they total
$75.00 bring; them in and
get your machine.
REED BUILDING OPPOSITE, POST OFPICE
The Stsndard Bred Stallion
Will stand season of 1910
ELLIOTT BARM, Burns, Oti
S, No. IIIjS, Ih a niaROcnnv liny Htniiilnnr i ImmU lilijli, bi
Hi flrt-d by Mr Albert S S.03, . Sir .I.ilm 2 01', , ClimwrSi
. U others In luaa thaiiLVU), :in. 11 oIIhth buttiT lliuti 2 i"i. Pi
I iy l'.atiK,, 1MUI
Ilomcinbor Jlw, by Wnlilituln, 12.W7.
uoruiA, Krniiunioiiivr ol rn;resn. in tlic moilirr nf 111 coltaull hi tlui list. 15
i.iinii, iiur i iiin-on ni poiu nt t-rt'fii pai-i-r nt flii.tiiK) In liix tliroo tvar
form Im mmlo n uroril of 3 10
Why pay tho rates charged by
Standard Companies, when you
can got tho same protection for
about half? Firo Insuranco ta
cost in tho Horticultural Firo
Relief. Randall, Passenger &
Notice is hereby given that tho
copartnership heretoforo existing
between C. A. Hedell and Henry
Richardson has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Rich
ardson retires from tho business
and Mr. Hedell pays all tho bills
and collects nil outstanding ac
counts. C. A. Bedell
serms: $15,20, 25
CEO. D. HACEY, Burns, Ore.
Job printing Tho Timos-IIerAld
The Home Hotel is tho comfor
tablo placo to board.
Emanuel Clark was kicked by
a horse yosterdav making an ugly
Bcalp wound. Ho was brought
over from Mann Lake to Dr. Den-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Htatm I,ni Orrire
llurna, Orrpon, JunoVi, 1UI0.
Nil It ii laliurt'tir ullftli that Vrank Ailrlan.
ul Denln, Orinflii, who, oil July 1, IIHI7,
inailn ilraurt.tiiiiit untry No, IHU, Herlal No,
tllOi,lnrNKttNV!i nnil NWJ4 NKf. Hi'Cllon I,
'limiiahliill H llaniiu la K. Wlllauutts Marl
illnii. Iiaa niml in it leu ul Into lion to maku llnal
prom 10 ca'auiian claim lo lliu latin almveuii'
amlliKil, lif torn M. 1 D'Coiinor. I). H. foininla
aloliiT. at hla iitlltunt Danlo. (Ireaoii. mi IIih
inn on ui aiiku.i, JVIU,
(Maliiiant iiamct aa wltnctaoal
lira, 1) i licfunliiiUKli, Kraucla N (Irnya,
Oiiluniliua (Iroyu, Vtivomia Ia(iiiiliaiiti, allot
Wm. Paitxit, llOKlilvr
llurna Mai No, M. Herlal No, W7W.
NOTIOIC FOR I'UHLIOATION
llurna, Orcuuii, May , lW0.
Notice la hereby irlvtiu that llio Nor I hern
raclllo Hallway Couijiany, wlioac Ktomca
mlilri'.a la Ml I'hiiI, Mluueaota, Iiaa Itila'jutli
lay ol Muy lulu fllu.I In tlila oOlna Ita a p.
i(atlou In aoluct iitnlur Ilia iirovlalonaoflha
ai'l n( iouurci,Hiiriivml July I, U'JH SOBtat
HK' of HICii Beo. VI. NK, N)i ami NK'iol
HKJfiTuo -J7 M j of HKt Bof, 8.1 ami H), ol KIU
Hon il In' Tuwuablp Di Koulli, ItaiiKo llli l.oi
ami nn;j oi nr.u nw a, niviioi nr.'i ami wic
i.lhK'.hio ti auilHHoM'.iHi-d, Win Town
lili III Houth, iluuiio HUH Katlcf the Wl.
lamelto I'llucljial Mi'rltllun,
Anyaml nil iuraoqa (l.tmlOK adyoraely tha
Ininla ili'icrlbfl, ii ilDalrlnu lu ulijaot bocauaa
ol the inluvnil cliuraclur of tho iaiiil, or for
uuyollivr ri'aann,to Ihoillaiioaal tn aiiiillcanl,
houlil llio their ntililavlla of proteal In thla
ofllte, on or Imfuru tliq ICtli iluy of July, Ivlu,
Qo To The White
Front Livery Stable
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Calls.
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Twelfth Sight, No. 41906
E. B. REED & SON
Complete line of
Fancy & Staple Groceries
ICE CREAM SEASON
Wo wish to announce to the public that wc will
soon have nn leu Cream Manufacturing Plant In
operation and prcpurccl to furnish It In any quant
ity on short notice to families or entertainments.
WE STILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING
1 Mum Suliloy
TRIAL RECORD 2:11 1-4
Blruof Nlt;!it of Struttitnoru a :ll :l I; Murk Night
Slroil liyOiiviirill,:'.,5t4,SlroofOiittnlSilvir 3:051,, Tourl Oiivmul
S:004, lloiixultoSiOti:!-!, Cixiim a:074. riliituaa.07'4, Colburt
-:07i, MIdh Ophvllu UiOOV). MnJ.ir Mason litOim,, Col. Thornton
a :0U3u, Curnulin Hello 9:10 ami llll .nhors with wcohIh Ik'Iow 2 ,t0
Dam: MIhs llotn 3:03 3-1, Dnin o( l.nsllo Allun 2:lo'4
2:28, MIsa Aurt'lla 2:l, Allw V. I.ml ;-2 3-li.
with 11 tttC-yoiii-olil reeorp ol 2 :2U II-1.
Onwiinl shy tp. Vilki. MU Jtytii .liy .l.J AiiiUUhi, firo of
Audubon Hoy 1 :61U4'. J. J. AiiiIiiIkiii i by Ah-ymio. ho l- Oto.
I liiivo enouijb nmro8 booki-d lo imrriuit llu Ltutiiit ol Twolllh
NlKlit et homo nnd will rtnud him nt llnrrlinmi, Orocon for tho mmsou
of 1010, Fuo 30 with return iriviItKoi If iimro iiruvi-n not In fo.il,
ninrofi imutnrod nnd i-uri-d lor froo of charw. fur lurticulars rlto
Ha DENMAN, Harriman, Oregon
WRITE FOR 5PECIAL CATALOa AND PRICES
THE A.H.AVERILLMACHINERY CO.
S PO KANE. WASH.-PORTLAND. OftE. - SAN JOSE CAL
- 'aVA-'aV " ti " V.
HV want to thank mm for ijour past imtronayc. We
believe you will find it to your interest to trade with
j in the future. Our stock is complete anil our
DRUGS arc the best. Wo will not handle any other
kind and our prices arc right.
We have the best line of
Cigars, Candies, Post Cards and Stationery
In the city. Agents for
DR. SIIOGTS FAMILY JilliDICINlS and SLXUKITY STUCK REMEDIES
We Solicit your Prescriplioii work
The City Drug Store
REED BROS., Proprietors
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