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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1896)
Six weeks ago I suffered with a
very severe cold; was almost unable
to speak. My friends all advised 1
me to consult apysician. Noticing
<'hamberlian’s Cough Remedy’ ad-
verstised in the St. Paul Volks
Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
after taking it a short while was ■
entyrely well’ I row most heartily
recommend this remedy to anyone
W m . K eil ,
suffering with a cold.
678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
For sale by
The musical or whistling tree is
found in the West Indian islands,
in Nubia and the Sudan. It has a
peculiar shaped leaf and pods with
a split or open edge The wind
passing through these sends out the
sound which gives the tree its pe
culiar name In Barbados there is
a valley filled with these trees,
and when the trade winds blow
across the islands a constant moan
This is to certify that on May 11
ing, deep toned whistle is heard I walked to Melick’s drug store on
from it, which in the still hours of a pair of crutches and bought a
the night, has a very weird and un bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
pleasant effect. A species of acacia, for
which grows very abundantly in which had crippled me up. After
the Sudan, is also called the whis using three bottles I am completely
tling tree by the natives. Its cured. I can cheerfully recommend
«hoots are frequently, by the agency it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury,
of the larvae of insects, distorted in Pa.
shape and swollen into a globular
Sworn and subscribed to before
bladder from 1 to 2 inches in di me on August 10, 1894.—Walter
After the irfsect ha« Shipman, J. P
For sale at 50
emerged from a circular hole in the cents per bottle by druggists.
side of this swelling, the opening,
played upon by the wind, becomes
a musical instrument, equal in
sound to a sweet toned Bute.—
N. BROWN & SONS,--The Leading Merchants.
To Oi’R F riends A nd P atrons :
We take pleasure in announcing that we are now located '
new quarters, a handsome two story 6tone building, which we have erected on the site of our old '
which will give us ample room to handle our rapidly increasing stock and business.
It is with pardonable pride we refer to the cause and incidents necessitating the seekin* of
present enlarged quarters.
For notwithstanding the present depression in the general business of
country, by our reasonable prices, strict integrity, upright, business methods.and prompt attention to tl ^
wants of our trade, our volume of business has actually doubled through the kind and liberal natron ?
of our friends in the short period of the last year and we have been forced to build more commodi^
We take this opportunity to thank you individually and coll-jctively for vour esteemed '°U8
fidence which has built up our business to be the largest in the county without except on, and we sincere
ly believe that the benefit of this large intercourse of trade has bveu truly mutual between our valued
patrons and ourselves, and you may rest assured that the same reciprocal and honest business methods
will be pursued in the future as has been exercised in the past.
We bespeak your future patronage, and if fidelity to your interests and faithful execution of
vour wishes will accomplish it our mutual relations will be more pleasant in the future than in the pi t
and we expect your business because we will save you money.
N. BROWN <fc SONS.
Eurkee’s Baking Powder
BURNS DRUG STORE,
THEY SELL THEMSELVES I
H W WELCOME, Proprietor.
Is made in Baker City, and is a home production
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ARTI-
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC
BUY IT. and you will find it gives satisfact on.
money at home, and build up home industries
StF“ Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
KOK SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
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rri.i .rr.i • : ,» I. tPI’f, m'TTON.Sof thenboveem-
b •tn, fi
-n <■ >l(>i t wi h htam in Kilt), will he sent
• 1 > >i •• . n i <■
<»t the fr»’ lowing prices ;
. \l.i . '/.i
>opt*r hundred ..$2100
i. IRU Ill’lToN.-i 7.»c. |»rr «'•»/ • *.> »«)
• i r I •iiN.tml, 1\ >n BUTTONS—
*’» p r«b
• per Imndrvd: $70.00 p» r thoiisiiiu!
• c 1 hA~nht)tto-Hut'ru e uml dlMtribiite them for
d<•'th • • nr-*' I ' »y .voixlI.sutext; (he whole
u.’fi. u rtvipiei t atnl t ■ \vt:rfut
Work Guaranteed to be first class.
Agen's War»*.-yd Everywhere.
' ..111, I- HI IWU fill. s of UUUOIIH, I J Celli*.
THE tIMETALLIC ASSOC’N,
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
We mix our own Paints, and
Our Work Sueaks fo it e f.
. .. OREGON
1-ttT Uomni'idious, Convenient, Cheap,
Cawntn. and Tra<l< •
.i1«I all i .»v
•nt tontine*« condurt
<>d< r.. i I e, t.
Our Office is Owns
S , P >ten>
%nd u c <
secure pH --¡.t hi Ives time than those
'•mote from W ellington.
Semi model. tiruuiiir or photo., with thwrji»
if patent tble or not. ftee <»f
Our fee not <bi«‘ ti’I patent i** mm
A P.mnhht. “How io Obtain 1‘ nentF,”
unmet* ofaciu.il iliont* iti y our State, count
towu, sent free Atkin**,
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
hereto:;re, call and examine my
Stage 'eaves Burns werey Monday and Thursday.
Opposite Patent Offic«. W.shiraion, 0 t
THOS. LAHEY, Burns, Oregon.
COUGHS and COLCS
KLY 8 PIN EOLA BA 1.8AM I« a »un> Remedy
for cough«, cold«, «ore throal ami for a»thnin. It
•batea the CO'iih,
•ml renders expev.
orati. t! easy.
First door north of Brick Store.
P rineville $iu.oo.
I RANK SMITH
nd will Invariably der ve
bemllt from II» um .
X iiny who *>>»*!
their ca*es to heron-
»umption are ouly
fi> m •
chronic cold er <’ ep
»anted rough, often
aegravat. d by ca
tarrh Kor catarffik um E'»1»
*rine.|'ea ere pleasant to u-e Civnm Haim.
3pr bottle; C'neol« Hal«am, Wh K Id by Dnicgtsla,
KLY BKorUKKS, M Warren ÖL. New lurk.
W. W. JOHNSON,
FropricAcr of ;lio EI j ITS SALOON
Keep i onstantlv >n hand a supply of tine Liquors and Cig;,rs
--THEY HA\E ALSO—
A Fin.9 MOTTAOTX BCTi-v ’ Tab1?.
■.RED FRONT LIVERY
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street
McCLAIN 4 WILLIAMS
The proprietor ia well known not ouly here but in ail the a j
Counties and Towns.
His business qualifications and naturt .»
tfcm for horses specially fits him for the avocation.