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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1896)
The Drewsey Portion of our 1 in this their hour of affliction; that’
they be furnished a copy of these
resolutions, the same be spread up
We have just returned from a on the records of the Lodge, and
few days spent in the’ Drewsey furnished the local press for publi
country. We find the schools in cation; that the lodge-room be Is the Foundation of tbe Wonderful Cures
JAMEa DALTON, Proprietor.
by Iload’a Sarsaparilla.
that part of the county, that are draped in mourning for thirty days, That Is Why the cures by Hood’s Sar
now in session, in good condition. and that all Master Masons resid saparilla are C ures .
The term being taught by Miss ingin this jurisdiction wear crape That Is Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures
the sererest cases of Serolula, Salt Rheum
Clara Rutherford will close next for the same period of time.
anlo.hjr blood diseases.
BUY YOUR MEAT OF JAMES DALTON.
That is Why it overcomes That Tired
Friday. Miss Rutherford, from
A. W GOWAN.
Feci nj, strengthens the nerve3, gives
information we received from pat-
J. C. WELCOME,
enr.-;y in place of exhaustion.
ronH in that district, has taught a
That is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar-
S. W. MILLER,
la have increased year ai.er year, j Kill8 Meat
aucceHsful school; she is well liked
Committee. BnP1- -1
i unlll it t naw
requires far i.a production delivers nieat right at
a eek, Kt member he
by both patrons and pupils. The
Che large»* laboratory
in the world.
school term just begun in the Otis
The Weekly Oregonian and T he
district under the supervision of H erald for only two dollars a year.
Miss Rosa Miller as teacher and »Subscribe or renew at once and se
guide of the children for the term cure your county paper and the
in that district, is starting off on most newsy weekly published in |
the right foot and we predict suc this state
1 Every intelligent read- Is tfce on,F True Blooâ Purifier pronai-
’.j -,.i the public eye today. Be sure
cess to her efforts; the children are er cannot help but see the advan , nent
to r. I' ’od'a and only Hood’s.
young and very susceptible to train tage of getting two papers for the
Hnnrl’i F>’Hc '“”T tn b"T M*v ,o ,ake'
ing and seemed interested in their price of one. We hope our sub 1 luvu «3 i - a 13 easy in effect. Júceuta.
scribers will see the point and give j
Prof. M N. Bonham, at Drewsey. us a call.
with his regiment of boys and girls
just starting into the fight for knowl
MRS. R. D. SCHEIBER, Proprietress.
ROBINSON A WAI.TON
edge, seemingly have ¡»nt on the Hui.tir.gton, Ore., March 21. 1896 i
The Hotels are now under one management. The proprietress has
whole armor, and unles-r our judg
P roprietors ,
D ear S ir :—We are now starting I
few equals and no superiors in her vocation.
merit of conditions, circumstances, in the new year. Computations;
pluck and determination to advance for last year are completed. We, Everything in their line guaranteed
to be done satisfactorily.
is greatly at fault, that school in find that our firm sold during 1895
Transient Rates $ 1.50 to $2 Per Day.
this term will win great honor for the enormous amount of 167 car-I
the pupils ami its teacher.
loads of goods, equal to ten train ' Bathes at all hours.
Parties desiring regular board are requested to consult the
The Drewsey country, taking in loads—just think 167 cars—For!
Calamity and Pine creek neighbor this we thank our patrons,and prom
hoods, is truly in a prosperous con ise the same generous treatment in ■
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
dition, regarding crops of every the future. During 1896 we will1
kind, the hay crop cannot he ex 1 | Hell closer than ever, and no honest. B urns , .......... i............... O regon .
Collections, Land business, and Real
celled in the county, grain excellent' competitors will be allowed to do Estate
mutter proiuptlv attended to.
and vegetables immense. If only1 more fir you than ourselves. We 1
we had money in circulation the are here for vour business, we must
business of the country demands, have it, if honest count, weight,and errat hicks ,
J. W BIGGS,
B urns .
the ranchers in that section would treatment and Low prices will do I
C anyon C ity .
reap a rich harvest. Mr .Stewart it. Call or write us
•Hicks & Biggs
on Otis creek has several tons of
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
the finest onions we have ever seen,
b d M c I ntyre ,
not only him but others, but he has '
Offices at Canyon City and Burns
the greatest amount. Alfalfa is
grown there to perfection,.Sam Ken
For Sale Or Trade.
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
yon has great ricks of it waiting a
purchaser »o buy it or cattle to eat
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
Veneering box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic ami
it. On account of the scarcity of 10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene r-nysiuian <y surgeon.
comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very warn) in
money and the uncertain future, i*’ Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
A graduate of the Iowa State winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
the gold bugs should remain in Butte. Lots at $400 each
University and College of Physi ,
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want a
power, Mr. Kenyon hesitates to pur-< and cattle part pay on each lot if
cians and Surgeons.
wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. McIntyre
chase cattle to consume his hay, the purchaser so desires. For fur
Office at residence in Burns.
1 before finishing with rustic.
fearing when put upon the market ther information inquire at this
his labor and hav will avail him office.
BRICK MASON, PLASTER
NEW YORK WORLD.
A U iln wluu. Dlnoovery Fr»»
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AN OLI» ANI» W k I.I.TKIKI» R k M RI» Y. —M r».
WU h I h I ow h soothiim .-vnip I' hk l»*-vti u»e<l for
.»ver lift» m - hi - r t»y niilliuu» ofmnthcr» for their
< hil.iren while teethliiK. wiih perfect «<ie< « »».
Il »<xil h< » tlie child. »of en» the Rutil», h II««
■ II pHiti. cure» m iti.l colic, iiti.l i» tIte belt reme
c.iv for DlHrrheoett. I» p I chrhii I to the tnite
Sold by DrtiRifiatB in every part of the world.
I w etity five cent» h bottle
It» \ Aitici» invale
Utile. He »nre Mod Hrk for Mr». Wlttd*low'(
'.MithitiR Syrup, «nd take no other kind.
Hall of Burns Lodge, No. 97,
A F. A AM
Burns, Or.. Oct. 11, ’90
W hereas . The Supreme Grand
Master ol the Universe has called
our beloved brother, II A Will
iams. from all earthly communica
tions to the Grand Ixvdge above,
from a long life of toil and care to
eternal rest ami peace: by his death
We ofler One Hundred Dollars
this Lodge has lost a worthy, ac- Reward for at y case of Catarrh
live and cluirit »ule meinber —a that can not be cured bv Hall’s Ca
Craftsman devoted to his labors; tarrh Cure.
F. J. C heney , A Co. Propts.,
his family, an affectionate father;
his frllow .citizens, a true friend » I
We the undersigned, have known
the community, a useful member,
and the county, a w >rthy citizen. F .1 Cheney for 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
lb- it, therefore,
R ksoi vkd . That wi niost humblv business transaction and financially
ami reverentially I m » w to th»* will of able to carry out anv obligations
Him, who hnih m His wisdom so made bv their firm
West and Truax, wholesale drug
sorrow fully afflicted us.
Rssoi.vxn, That, as our deceased
Wilding, Kinnan A* Marvin.
brother halted not at his first or
frcond step, but pressed onward for Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall’e Catarrh Cure is taken in
greater light, so tw believe his trtor«
al worth and virtues will insure ternally, acting directly upon the
him a welcome entrance into that blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 75c. per Itoltle Sold
Temple not made with hands.
R kbolvkd , That our sympathy by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
it extended to the bereaved family
The Twice-a-week Edition of the
New Yo.k World has been convert
ed into the Thrice-a-week. It fur
nishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece,
or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year. Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 p m .
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
This gives 17)6 paper a year for One'
Dollar ami every paper has 6 pages
Fare One wav 47.50. Round trip $15.00.
eight columns wide or 48 columns 1
in all. The Thrice-a-week World ;
Through freight 3jcts. a pound.
is not only much larger than any
Two day? ntice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches
weekly or semi-weeklv newspaper,
H. A. Williams. 1 roprietor
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 snecia)
features of a weekly.
Arrangements have bee.
bv which we can furnish th’»
ami the Thrice a-Week N • fork
World both for $2 25 a year.
H. M. HORTON,
advantage of this ofler a .1 get
your own local paper and the
Thrice a-Week World at this special
T he H f . rai . d . I
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STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES, CHOICE PERFUME«
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
Celebrated Russian Gut
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Fine Wines & Liquors for Medical PurPc
Prescriptions accurately compounded.
Firat Clase Dental Work Done.