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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1896)
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Every intelligent read-1 Ij the Foundation of the Wonderful Cures
county road on the Ilsand, accej t- i this state
by Hood’* Sarsaparilla.
That 1» Why the cures by Hood’» Sar
er cannot help but see the advan
County jail completed and ac tage of getting two papers for the saparilla are C ubes .
J. 8. Bowen, contract for,keeping
the county poor at $3.50 per week.
In the matter of petition for coun-
ty|road from J. W. Sayer’s mill
directly west on the township line
to the old school house in Burns.’
The following viewers were appoint
ed: P. G Smith, Wm. Stewart and
Carrol Cecil, to meet in Burns on
Nov. 161 h, 1896. at ten o’clock a m.
In the matter of equalization of
J. Durkheimer as
sessment raised from one thousand
to sixteen thousand, Stauffer A
Sweetser raised from 2.000 head of
cattle to 3,400; . 1 I eter I rench from
8,000 to 12,000 head of cattle; A.
Rubbins from 600 to 900 head; A.
W. Riley from 2,250 head to 3,375;
P. L. 8. Co. from 15,000 head to
Official undertaking of W. S.
That Is Why Hood’» Ssrsaparilla cures
price of one. We hope our sub the »ere-est cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum
scribers will see the point and give and o’.her blood diseases.
That Is Why it overcomes That Tired
Peelin’, strengthen» the nerves, gives
energy in j ’.ace of exhaustion.
That Is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar-
Mpar Ala have increased year after year, |
March 21. 1896 anti! it nj.v requires for its production
D ear S ir :—We are now starting the largest Laboratory in the world.
us a call.
MRS. R. D. SCHEIBER, Pro[rielrfM
in the new year. Computations
for last year are completed. We
.few equals and no superiors in her vocation
find (hat our firm sold during 1895
the enormous amount of 167 car
loads of goods, equal to ten train
la the only True Blood Purifier promi
loads—just think 167 cars—For
thie we [hank our pdtrons.anJ prom- I nently :a the public eye today. Be sure
¡se the same generous treatment in
pej| c|oger than ever, and no honest
Transient Rates $1.50 to $2 Per Day.
to g*‘ Hood’s and only Hood’».
I1OOCI S 1
bnr, ea«v to take-
4. IS «x» y ki effect. 25 cent*.
SW-Parties deairng regular board are requited t
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competitors will be allowed to do
TONS ÙRIAL PARLOR, ( Landlady.
more f>r you than ourselves. We
ROBINSON & WALTON
are here for your business, we must1
have it. if honest count, weight,and
P roprietors ,
treatment and Lew prices will do
Cali or write us
Everything in their line guaranteed
Waters accepted. W. D. Huff man, ’
to be done satisfactorily.
O. B. Dingle, Peter Clemens and
O. C. Co.1
C. H. Voegtly sureties.
Bathes at all hours.
Equalization of lands owned by
BRICK MASON, PLASTE
For Sale Or Trade
P. L. 8. Co., Peter French, Henry I
8. Morris, Flora M. Sherman, Jeff
Rilhngslv. D. I. Shirk. Lena Rote
ertson, A. 'V. Riley. R. P Moffett,
A B. Marks, A. Wintermier, D. A.
Cawlfield and Emmett J Davis, all
lands assessed to said parties at
one dollar an acre be raised to one
GEO. S. SIZEMORE.
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene I
Oregon. 1 mile west of Spenser
Butte. Lots at $4C0 each
Horses Estate matter prouiptlv attended to.
ErD M c I ntyre ,
and cattle part pay on each lot if1
the purchaser so desires. For fur
j . w biggs .
information inquire at this errat hicks ,
dollar and twenty five cents.
C astos C itt .
County levy 17 mills, for county office.
Hicks & Biggs
purposes, building purposes one
mill, school purposes five mills.
Veneering box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustic and
A Harwhiu» Discovery Free
Offices at Canvon Citv and Burns i much more comfortable—maxes a solid wall, durable, very warm m
vs >Lr> axd Wtu-TailD K kwkdt .— Mr» I
i winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
Wt: I»to«r’»-octhitiir-yrap has been used for
over City »ear» by nnllluusofnother» for their
The following program will be chi Iren while tee’hing. wnhperfect anexeaa.
Partiesnot conversant with the Veneering process and want i
I »>• ’hva ’he child, a f ens the jruma. ail»' a
rendered tonight (Thursday) t'lr a pai: . < irv» wind coil« . and is ’tie S-vsl rente
wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr. M.-Iuttre
e<li f r 1 larrhc.ea. la pieaaarit to the taste
the benefit of the First Presbvter- « d by Prtejna a in every part of the world.
1 < • 3» e
• * • ■ • e. its value is invai ~
r-iiybiuittn óc diirge^n.
’ lab.e Br sure a- d ark for Mrs. Windalow'a
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
/Mrs. W elcome
Piano Solo .
Due» Banjo. Guitar
Solo— vocal ....
Piana solo . .
hit>«-v rap. and take no other kind.
Piano duet.. ..
The following is t list of the free
silver men in th»* Oregon legisla-
ture. Senat*: B ¡HIv. E B Dufur,
S If Holt.
R King. John II
l i - n. C S Dustin,
ne. O C Emery,
i E Gratke. H G
Guild, J J Bowser. J H Kruse. T J
Lee, J W McAlister. 11 E M teener.
T M M . her W H Nosier, Geo
Ogle. G F Schmidtlein. S Johnson
Snath, N J Svinds« tn. W S U'R« n.
John Whitaker end D W Yoakum.
Cooe countv is not on this list as
theie was a* tie last Ju tie and a
p pulist elected Nov, 3,
haven't his name
How s This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for air case of Catarrh
that cat’ not l>e cured bv Hall’s Ca-
HEXEY. A Co. Propts..
We th»* undersign-d. have known
F J Chenev for 15 years, and be
lieve him jierfectly honorable in all
burin--- transaction and financially
able to carry out anv obligations
made bv their firm.
West a d Truax, wh lesale drug
gists. Toledo. O.
Walding. Rinnan A Marvin.
Wholesale druggists. T«»le<to. O.
Hair» Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternallv. acting directly upon the
bl« -1 a* <i mucous surfaces of the
»vstem Price 7& per ’•<»’. tie. Sold
by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
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University and College of Physi
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Office at reSidei ce in Burns.
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Burns Ou tarlo
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New Yo.k World has been convert
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Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
nishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece,
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 paper a year for One
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but it furnishes the news with
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til the crisp, fresh qualities of a
daily with the attractive «necial
features of a weekly.
Arrangements have bee.
by which we can furnish th’*
and the Thrice a-Week N ’ fork
Wurld‘-»th for 12 25 a vear.
advantage of this offer a i get
v<»ur own local paper a nd the
Thrice a-Week World at this special.
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