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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1896)
For Sale Or Trade.
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
Is theFoundatk» of tbe Wonderful Cures
Butte. Lots at $400 each
Horses by Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
JAMES DALTON, Proprietor.
and cattle part pay on each lot. if That is Why the cures by Hood’s Sar
the purchaser so desires. For fur- saparilla are CUBEB.
That Is Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures
ther information inquire at this the sere-est cases of Scrofula, Salt liheum ,
— Amhng Burns visitors, we have office.
and other blood diseases.
Th.it Is Why it overcomes That Tired
noticed since our last issue. Messrs.
BÖY YOÖR MEAT OF JAMES DALTON,
Feeling, strengthens the nerves, gives
French, Mahon, Darst, Prof. New
energy in place of exhaustion.
That is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar
ell and Chas. Peterson.
A Marvelous Discovery Free.
Kill, on Monday, deliver, Tu™d
saparilla have increased year after year, | ... , Meat always fresh and fat.
., ■ - ’vi o. lue8<1
—Captain Waters and wife re AN OLD AND W k LL-TKIKD REMEDY.—Mrs. until it now requires for its production Kills on Friday, delivers on Saturday.
Wlndslow’s Soothing Syrup has been used for the largest Laboratory in the world.
.delivers meat right at your door.
turned last JSaturdav after an *ab- I over
fifty years by in Pilous oftnothera for their
intr I children while teething, with perfect aucceea.
sance of four months, „¡„it
yielding | jt goothes the child, softens the gums, alla'S
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best reine
friends and relatives in Oregon and edv
for Dlarrheoea. Is pleasant to the taste
Sold by Druggists in every part of the world.
Twenty-five cents a bottle, Its value in invalg
lable. Be sure and ark for Mrs. Windslow’s
Syrup, and take no other kind.
—The sad news has been received
here of the death of Mrs. Clara
Is the only True Blood Purifier promi
Wickliffe. She died in Cedarville,
i nently n the public eye today. Be sure
to g t Rood’s and only Hood’s.
California, on the evening of Sept.
,o b”T ea" ’■*ko
29th, and was buried the 30th. We
* -213 ©43 y In effect. 23 cents.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
have not yet been informed of the
for ai.v case of Catarrh
particulars regarding her illness
and demise. Mrs. Wickliffe was that can not be cured by Hall’s Ca
born and raised in this place and
ROBINSON A WAI.TON
MRS. R. D. SC HE [BER, Proprietress.
F. J. C heney , A Co. Propts.,
was married to Mr. Wickliffe last
P roprietors ,
The Hotels are now under cne management. The proprietress lias
March. The news of her death is
We the undersigned, have known
and no superiors in her vocation.
received with great sorrow bv her
F J Cheney for 15 years, and be
Everything in their line guaranteed
lieve him perfectly honorable in all j
to be done satisfactorily.
B orn ,—To Mr. and Mrs. Austin business transaction and financially
Transient Rates $1.50 to l$2 Per Day.
Goodman on Monday, the 5th inst., able to carry out any obligations
Bathes at all hours.
a fine bov. Mr. Goodman resides made by their firm.
¿W Parties desir ig regular board are requested to consult the
at the Warm Springs four miles
West and Truax, wholesale drug
south of Burns; his father came gists, Toledo, O.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
here when Austin|was a small boy
and our valley has a claim on him Wholesale druggists, Toledo,
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but his wife was born and jaised in
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken in-1 Collecaons, Land business, and Rea)
this valley, consequently H irnev (ternally, acting directly upon the Estate matter promptly attended to.
county has full claim and birth blood and mucous surfaces of the
right possession of the mother and ».stem. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold
J. W BIGGS,
her first born, and|*as i-u h ha Is <iy all druggists. Testimonials free. ERR a T HICKS,
C anyon C ity .
B urns .
with delight the adyei t of the lit lb
Hull’s Family Pills are the best. (
Hicks & Biggs
The Weekly Oregonian and T he
H erai . ii for only two dollars a i ear [
Offices at Canyon City and Burns I
b d M c I ntyre ,
Subscribe or renew at once and se i
cure your county paper and t he | CHANGING
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
most newsy weekly published in
Is hard work I- compared with
P. D M'PWJTO ’T
Every intelligent read
handing the ..ppeamnee ot your
er cannot help but see the advan stove with
i-nysiuian <x durgenn,
Veneeiing box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic anti
tage of getting two papers for the
much more comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very warm in
A graduate of the Iowa State winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
price of one. We hope our sub
and College of Physi
scribers will see the point and give cts
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want a
cians and Surgeons.
us a call.
nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. McIntyre
Office at residence in Burns.
. before finishing with rustic.
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— David Cary and family re
turned from a visit to Willamette
— H. A. Williams, oontractor^on
the Ontario-Burns mail route, died
at Ontario last Sunday morning.
BRICK MASON, PLASTER
EB and VENEERING.
Huntington, Ore., March 21, 1896 TEN
D kar S ir :—We are now starting OTci
in the new year. Compulations Lasts Seven times loncer
for last year are completed. We Looks Seven times better Than
find that our firm »old during 1895 \bout Seven times cleaner Stove
the enormous amount of 167 car About I wo tinms cheaper Polish
loads of goods, equal to ten train About 1 wo times handier
load»—just think 167 cars—For
• • •
this we thank our patron»,and prom
If votir pro er doesn’t keep it,
ise the same generous treatment in
A-nd us his name with ioc and
the future. During 1896 we will |
et a lir e box and a valuable
sell closer than ever, and no honest
«.niily household Look tree.
competitors will be allowed to do
more fir you than ourselves. We
are here for your business, we must
have it, if honest count, weight.and
treatment and Low prices will do
it. Call or write us
JOKéJ r. GTR. h . i vii’S
GUITARS, f—- "
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ter of and
Y»».V »V..t,f I'ea er in a’! 1 >n ’
i»t J8ICAL ,dtP
: ma ND’R<,
. a U, c*•
Thia 1« koar Opport unity.
On r*cei|>t of << u cent«, ennh or ntninpn,
a gmeroua sample will be uinilisi of the
tu<«t |iopirlar t’ulairh an<l liny Lever Cure
(Ely’« Cream Halm) imtlicient to deuiou-
•Iraie the great merits of the raawtly.
56 Warrvu bL, Nt w York City.
Itev John R»H. Jr . of Or, nt Fath, Mont.,
racomnirtule«l L.ly’i < -enm I n m 1« me, I
can etapbaeiae hi* s'a < ui < pi . ■ Ittaatxwi-
tiva cure f«w catarrh if u-e,l aadiraa*e«l.N—
Bev. Francis W Poole. l*a»U>r Central I’rea
Church, Helena, Hunt.
Ely’s ('ream Ba'm is the acknonImlgcl
cure for catarrh ami contains no mercury
Bur nny lujurums drug. l*rice, 50 cenU.
NKW YORK WORLD.
The Twice-a-week Edition of the
New Yo.k World has been convert
ed into the Thriee-a-week. It fur-
nishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece, Xill-*- Us
or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year.
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
i This gives 156 paper a year for One Leave® Burns daily at 6:30 p m .
Dollar and every paper has 6 pages,
Fare One way Ì7.5O. Round trip $15.00.
eight columns wide or 48 columns'
in all. The Thrice-a-week World j
Through freight 3|cts. a pound.
is not only much larger than .any
Two days “ntice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches wii
weekly or semi weekly newspaper,
H. A. Williams. Proprietor.
but it furnishes the news with be furnished for passangers,
much greater frequency and
¡promptness. In fact it combines
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
daily with the attractive «necial
features of a weekly.
Arrangements have bee.
by which w»> can furnish th'«
and the Thrice a-Week N • fork
\\ or Id both for $2 *25 a year.
advantage of this oiler a I get
H. M. HORTON,
your own local paj>er and the
Thrice a-W eek World at this special
T he H erai . d . I
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES.
JC’ ■I F. STRATTON’S
STATIONERY, DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
Celebrated Russian Gut
your M«aa. tbev may bl
Writ. JOHN WU i PKKBV rn a CM
Bay«, Washlnefa-n. I» C to» Ibatr
I hr L»nr*» in the
1 verv String Warranted
.! bn F. S:ralton,V;.XT"
• MX M3. si" E. 9th St.
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO, CIGARS ETC.
Fine Wines & Liquors for Medical Purpc5e5
Prescriptions accurately compounded.
First Class Dental Work Dona.