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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1896)
Durring the winter of 1893, F.
Those who are troubled with
rheumatism should try a few ap-jM. Martin. Long Reach, West N < l ,
plications of Chamberlain’s Pain contracted a severe cold which left
' Balm, rubbing the parts vigorously him with a cough. In speaking of
WEUNESDAY OCTOBER. 7 181'6.
, at each application. If that does how he cured it he says: "I used
Returning prosperity will make many rich but rm.F
‘not bring relief dampen a piece of several kinds of cough syrup but
The Latest Story.
I flannel with Pain Balm and bind it found no relief until I boughtabot-
tle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
“Talking of snakes.” said a man kin over the seat if pain and prompt
INVESTEC GAN BE r-iOF Rt m..
which relieved me almost instantly i JRin
who bad recently arrived from the j relief will surely follow. For sale
Plan f Sajsnhi '
and in a short time brought about
wilds of N icaragua, “reminds me i by druggists.
a complete cure.” W hen troubled originated by us. All successful speculators operareon •<
of an incident I witnessed while in
It is a well-known fact that there are thousands of n p gU'ar,8^H
with a cough or cold use this remedy of the United States who, by systematic trading thrmlkfh <a11 part’
the interior of the little republic.
and you will not find it necessary ers make large amounts every year, ranging from a few thoneandV^'
It was in the section where the hills
TWO FOR ONE.
to try several kinds before you get for the man who invests a hundred or two dollars m. . a.ni‘d°Har5
appreached the rivers. I had been
relief. It has been in the market $100.000 or more by those who invest a few thousand.' ° ii)0'000 to
paddling down the stream and halt
It is also a fact that those who make the largest profits f.
for over twenty years and constant
ed to escape the sun just under a 1 Send for free sample and judge
paratively small investments on this plan are persons wh , i “ Mni
cliff which was some thirty feet | ^ereby. The E. 0. H erald and ly grown in favor and popularity. from Chicago and invest through brokers who ‘thorouehlv , !'T a,' ir
* 1 nd‘ rstand
above the low ground, forming an Cincinnati Weekly Et quirer, both For sale at 50 cents per bottle by systematic trading.
one year for $2.
Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested on a„y trad.-'L.
The Enquirer is a 9 colum,8 page
covers both sides, so that whether the market rises or fa’l/it l
“While I was leaning against the paper, issued each Thursday.
t fidy profit that piles tip enormous!v in a short time '
Largest in size,cheapest in price,
trunk of a large trumpet tree near
WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS. aLo our Manual ,
successful speculation and our Daily Market Report full of
the bank of the river, I happened most reliable in news.¡ill large type.
J plain print, good white paper. If
Our manual explains
to glance up at the edge of the cliff our readers want another live paper,
2 gard to our standin/J**
and noticed a snake banging head ' the Enquirer is that paper
For further information address
downward and swinging in the - Call or send orders to this office.
CO. Bankers and Brokers
open space. While I was wonder--
24^1-24^ Railto Building Chicago >
ing 1 was more surprised at seeing,
another reptile climb down the]
body of the first and coil his tail
around its neck. Then there came
another and another, all doing the
same thing until there was a rope
of snakes reaching within about I
three feet of the ground, all pursu-l
rJRTtl; iRICi Of CHE.
ing the same tactics as the second.'
FREE BRAND COLUMN.
Then I realized that the things were I
Ca'tle brand J6 on left hip. horses same on
on eft shoulder. John McNulty.
trying to reach the bottom in this’
Hors> brand bar ten on left shoulder; Cattle If you are in a ìoositioi
original manner. They did not I
bar ten on left hip and upper clip on butt
cars. T. A. McKinnon, Burns Ore.
reach low enough, and directly the’
FOa THIS YEAR.
To do Bush ss
Hardin A Riley, cattle branded Von left side
bottom ones crawled to the top and
Horse brand 7 leftside. r. o. Burns.Origon
shortlp reappeared, each with a
Let Peoub Know it-
I J. (’, Foley, cattle brand = on rignt side
small hit of twig in his mwuth.
Horse brand — on left shoulder.
When the first one with the twig I
THE S N FRANCISCO
reached the end of the rope the
Cattle brand, II., on left rib under bit in
left ear, under slope in right ear . Horse braud
hanging one grasped the wood in
71 on right stifle. R E J. A. Williams P, O.
his mouth, and the other hung tail
i’KICE SI.»3 I’F.lt Yt AX.
down. 'I'lii’n a second dropped
Horses branded )■( on left stifle. Cattle brand
ed )-( on left hip. Marion Bunyard. PO Burns
down the rope, coihd his tail about
1HE SAN FRANC1SJO
Cattle Ila n >n i >n left hip: h >r
the tail of the other, and hung
sh i v l?r. Charles 11. Voeitliz, Bar >a >
head down, with the stick in his
Horse branded P on right shoulder, cattle P
on right hip. K. A. Hendricks. P.O. Laweu Or
mouth, and a third, climbing the
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living coils, in his turn grasped the
Hi rse brand 36 on left shoulder, also thre*
dots.-, in shapeof triangle,cattle branded same
other piece of twig and was sus
E. E. Grout Burns Or.
*T"»UIE SAN FRANCISCO
pended tail down like the first. By I
Miss Rosa Dli kenson Horse brand anvil on
left stifle. Cattle btanded bar K on left hip. F
a handiotne eight
the aid of the pieces of twig they
, O. I.awen Ore.
pit ge paper. It is issued every
lengthened the coil until the bot
.1. P Dickenson rattle brand J P connected < ti
Thursday, and contains alt of
left hip Horte brand anvil on left stifle P. 0
tom snake touched the ground'’—
tne important news of the
week, gleaned from every quar
• Cattle brand figure Ton either hip; mark light
‘‘Say,’’ qu-'ried one of the inter
crop off each ear. Blip in each ear, and watt
ter of the globe, complete up
ested listeners, “what became of
on left jaw. Horse brand tigureTon either hip
to date of publication, It fur-
J. II. Bunvard.Burtts Ore.
nishes the latest and most
the snakes at the top; did they ,
Geo Williams, horses and mules > r
reliable fimmcial new» mid
rounding vv, OII right stifle. P. O Rii»
market quotations, a d gives
‘' 1 hat was just the thing. When
Horse brand bar in on left shoulder; Cattle
special attentio n to liortieul-
brand bur in mi left hip mid ribs. Catherine
the bottom snake was about to let
Marshall PO NarrowsOre.
and is In every respect a first-
go he seemed to realize that tlie’
Horse brand on left shoulder S Miss Laura
slass family paper, appealing
ones at the top would be no nearer
Stanclift, Burna Ore.
of tlie household.
terra firma than before, changed
Horse brand on left shoulder ami same on
his mind, and, crawling up slowly,
muscle of right hind leg. Phil Smith Burns
UK MOHNING CALL
(>KVBN IsSI’K* * W KKK)
apparently informed the others,
S, l.ampsliiie and Soo < a'tle brand
is a live tin tropolit m
and the link shortened as the J
daily. It is me MOST RELIA-
connected, earmark swallow fork in right ea-
snakes crawled up. and the last I
underbit in left. P.O. Burtts ore.
IJ1.E. autl is recognised as
saw of the lot they were hunting
Horst s and cattle branded .1 P on left shotil
der some b muted JP connected.
PAPER of the Paclflo Coast.
Price, Burns (tie
for a piece of twist vine to make a
Either of the above papers we
rope ladder —New Orleans Times
will send pO'tli (id as a pre
Hermai Huh i attle brand Jj on I ,*>,
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er ciop , fl and snal. iw fork in left ear
ear under s ope, P. O. I.awen.
mium on receli t of tlie follow,
ing subscilpUou prices fur th«
cat’ le brand. )-( O. on l»f; hip. 1
right ear ai d a < rip aud split in I-
)-( O un left shuuluer.
Cattle and horse brand T with half cir el
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