The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, July 22, 1896, Image 2

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    —We arc glad to learn that Mrs.
H. E Thompson is still improving..
—Mrs. Goodman, mother of She has Been a very sick woman,
Austin Goodman, came in from and in fact, many of her friends
thought her recovery, at one time,
Baker City laBt Monday evening.
j» tha Foundation of the Wonderful Cures
by Hoad’» Sarsaparilla.
—Rev. Jones will preach at the doubtful.
That Is Why the cures by Hood’s Sar­
Riley school house, on Silver creek,
saparilla are C ubes .
th') third Sunday of each month.
That is Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures
For Sale Or Trade.
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—Tom Allen is now general
manager, in this county, for the
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
cattle firm known as the Harding 10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
A Riley company.
Oregon,! mile west of Spenser
Horses
— Dr. Cate is kept pretty bus/j Butte. Lots at $400 each
The universal good dentistry done and cattle part pay on each lot if
by him has gained for the Dr. a the purchaser so desires. For fur
ther information inquire at this
lasting reputation.
office.
—Win Waters, our lately elected
assessor, returned from his visit to
AMarvalona Iliaeovery Free.
friends in different sections of the
AM OLD AMD W.LL-T k ICD R e MKDY.—Mr«.
svrup hu
been uaed ’ for
Willamett valley the latter part o' Wtndalow’a soothing inLu.of
“lothV/ifSTfh
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over fifty year, by miU_____ *—
last week.
children while teething, withperfect aucceaa.
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—The Sunday morning sermons,
at the church, by Rev. Jones are
very short, so as not to weary his
hearers this hot sleepy weather,and
also that they may reach home in
time for the noon meal.
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Rich
Red Blood
Additional Locals
ItaiMithea the child, .often, the guma, allay,
all pain, cure, wind colic, and it the beet reine
edy for Diarrheoea. I. ple.aant to the ta.te
Sold l>y Druggi.t. In every part of the world.
1 Twenty-rtvecent. a bottle, it. value it invala
table. Be .are and ark for Mr». Windalow’a
Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
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BURNS,
OREGON.
MRS. R. D. 8CHEIBER, Proprietress.
the severest cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum ,
The Hotels are now under cne mansgrmerit. The proprietress ha.
and o.her blood diseases.
few equals and no superiors in her vocation.
Th.it fs Why it overcomes That Tired
Feeling, strengthens the nerve3, gives
energy in place of exhaustion.
That is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar­
saparilla have increased year after year, |
until it now requires for its production
t
fW“ Parties desiring regular board arc requested to consult the
the largest Laboratory in the world.
Transient Rates $150 to $2 Per Day.
| Landlady.
Sarsaparilla
I» the only True Blood Purifier proini-
nent’yiath0 pubUc
today-
aure
to git Hood’, «nd only Hood’s.
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TONS 0 RIAL PARLOR,
ROBINSON A
How’s This?
BRICK MASON, PIASTER-
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B D McINTYRE,
Burna, Oregon.
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We offer One Hundred Dollars
P roprietors ,
—The Emmett Index, published Reward for at y case of Catarrh
in Emmett, Canyon county, Idaho, that can not be cured by Hall's Ca­
Everything in their line guaranteed
reports in its issue of the 13th inst. i tarrh Cure.
to be done satisfactorily.
a rich »trike made by James B.
F. J. C heney , & Co. Propts.,
Veneering box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic and
Blain, in the mining district near f
Toledo, O.
Bathes at all hours.
much more comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very warm in
the place known as the Willow and
.vinter and cool and pleasant in summer.
We the undersigned, have known
Rock creek mining district
F J Cheney for 15 tears, and be­
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want a
lieve
him perfectly honorable in all
—Subscribers to the Burns Times
nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. Mclntvre
before finishing with rustic.
who e names are not en the H erald business transaction and financially
GEO. s. SIZEMORE,
subscription list,and do not desire 1 able to carry out any obligations
ATTORNEY,
to have their names added to the I1 made by their firm.
B urns , .............................. O regon .
West and Truax, wholesale drug­ Collectons, Land business, and Kea) (
H erald list will please so inform
Estate matter promptly attended to.
us. Otherwise their names will be gists, Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan A Marvin.
taken and considered bona fide sub­
Wholesale
druggists, Toledo, O.
scribers to the H erald , and re­
ERR a T hicks ,
j . w biggs .
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in- I
sponsible for the subscription.
C anyon C ity .
B urns .
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ternally, acting directly upon the
Hicks & Biggs
—M ¡ hb Ida Roberts, once a resi­ blood and mucous surfaces of the [
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dent of Burns but noy of Malheur, system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold I
[W. E. G race ’ s old stand ]
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
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and a young lady friend, we have by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Offices at Canyon City and Burns
Proorietor.
not vet learned her name, were
'A. C Worthington
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I) L. Grace
.DEALER IN,
last week. Miss Roberta is a sister
DRUGS. BOOKS. STATIONARY, DYES, PAINTS, PERFUMES
of Mrs. Grace. We are informed
TOILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
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JOHN r. STRETTO»
the young ladies went from here to
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
Confection»
CELEBRArEc
ruysician <y ssurge^n.
visit friends in the lake neighbor­
Nuts and fruits.
hood .
A graduate of the Iowa State gW"Mail orders promptly filled.
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BANJOC, ''ì'5Jr£'
WlUnal« Dral'n la All linda«)
University and College of Physi-1
1 he Weekly Oregonian and T he
MUSICAL
A»! ” ISF,
Guitta» Banloe. Mnnrfnbnn, Accordrcr..,
cians and Surgeons.
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H erald for only two dollars a year. , Ha moni
a». «c., all kmj» ot Strino«,. tc .efc.
Office
at
residence
in
Burns.
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most newsy weekly published in
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
this slate
Every intelligent read­
Celebrated Russian Gut
NEW YORK WORLD.
er cannot help but see the advan­
Violin Strings
tage of getting two papers for the
'I he Finest in the World.
The Twice-a-w< eek Edition of the
1 very String Warranted.
price of one. We hope our sub-
New
Yo.’k W’orld has lieen convert-'
John F. Slrilton,”^.'*-
•crihars will see the point and give
It fur­
Srnu n.r Hl I. 813. 815. 817 E. 9th St. ed into the Thrice a-week.
us a call.
NIW YORK.
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
nishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece, Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 p m .
I or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year.
Fare One way 17.50. Round trip 115.00.
This gives 156 pa|>er a year for One |
Dollar and every pa|>er has 6 pages
Through freight 3|cts. a pound.
eight columns wide or 48 columns |
Two days nt ice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches wil
' in all. The Thrice-a-week World
be furnished for passangers.
H. A. Williams, Proprietor
is not only much larger than any
weekly or semi weekly newspaper,
but it furnishes the news with
much
greater frequency
and
promptness.
In
fact
it
combines
HUNTINGTON, OREGON.
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
daily with the attractive special
features of a weekly.
Arrangement» have bee.
ade
bv which we can furnish th't
per
and the Thrice a-Week N * fork
Proprietor
H. M. HORTON,
Worldboth for $2 25 a rear.
Take
advantage of this ofler a .1 get
ynur c
.... : local
—; paper and . the
own
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TM.-^
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Thrice a-U eek World at this special
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINKS
rsto.
T he H krai . d . I i
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STATIONERY’. DIAMOND DYES, CHOICE PERFUMES
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom
PIONEER DRUG
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Burns Ontario
STORE.
Stage Line.
THE O. C. CO.
Sold more goods in 1895 than any
other House in Eastern Oregon!
WHY? K k
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More Goods for a Dollar Than Ever Before*
A FA NCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO, CIGARS ETC.
All good» lower in Price —Send or call on them.
Strictly one Price.
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Get Their Prices • J |
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Fine Wines &
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Liquors for Medical Purposes
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Prescriptions accurately compounded.
• First Class Dental Work Dons.