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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1897)
.VKDNESDAY JAM'AKY. IS b;7
JI I.IAN BYKD
ard Oil Magnate, as he has made'
a public and most bitter attack u«*-,
on Rockefeller, whom he accused ,
of having destroyed hid church
dispossessing its congregation Oll
account of an unpaid mortgage.
11 til?Foundation of the Wonderful v
0. c. co
by Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
That is Why the cures by Hood's Sar- I
The Missouri legislature thinks
The Prince of Wales is said to eanaritla are C ures .
old clothes, like old friends, a ire the | have spent $50,000,000 in the last That Is Why Hood's Sarsapar'Ila cures
the sare-est cases of S.-rofiila, Sa.t Hueum
best, and declines to pull down its, thirty-three years, and we venture an
t other blood diseases.
. th-* opinion that he is willing to I Th.it Is Why it overcomes Tint T red
Feollnj, strengthens the nerves, gives
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spend as much more, if he can get > en
-yy in place of exhaustion.
When bankers cease to use money i hold of it.
That is Why the s;'..s of IIood’3 Sar
saparilla have ine-ca led year a:.er year,
entrusted to their care for specula
| until it naw rejuires for i 3 p- >J -. tiou
tive purposes there will be fewer
Mr. Bryan recently defined a the largest Laboratory in the world.
Sold n ( ! t goods in 1895 than any
othei I 1 use in Eastern Oregon!
’rev Carry the Goods and
sake the Prices.
•»lore Goods for a Dollar Than Ever Before-
fanatic as "one who thinks so deep-
I ly upon certain subjects as to m ike »I
All goods lower in Price.—Send or call on them.
It isn’t certain yet whether it
will be the republican party or Sen who doesn’t think as deeply on that
ator Wolcott that will be Buncoed subject as himself.”
Is the only True Blood Purifier promi- I
by the latter’s European trip tn.
Get T heir Prices
nently 1:1 the public eye today. Be sure 1
search of the international bimet
The Cubans seem to suffer as to C't Hood’s and oily Hood’s.
alli-m will o’the w’sp.
much at the hands of traitors as the Hood’s P!!1s
Irish did in their efforts for 111-
The duties of governor have had
a Rad effect upon the temper and
NEW YORK WORLD.
Strange 11 ieroulyphies.
health of Gov. Bradley, of Ky., but
the legislature doesn’t seem in
1 The Twice-a week Edition of the
Mr. W. B. Whittemore, while in New York World has been convert
dined to give him the Senatorial
Alturas recently told the Plain- ed into the Thrice-a week. It fur
cure he is hankering after.
. dealer of some remarkable hiero- nishes 3 papers of G pages apiece,
j glyphic», or picture writir g, dis- or eighteen pages every week, at
It i-e< ms that even the old
.covered about 15 miles northeast the old price ot tine Dollar a vear. a jpi »
Kinley rates, which were so
p|n’ 1 from the north end of Warner i val- This gives 15G paper a year for One |\/| f\
phatically condemn* d
by i H | ley. on the edge of what is locally
Dollar and every paper has G pages1
country in ’92, are not high enough
columns wide or -IS columns
for some of the tariff barons.
county. He save the hieroglyphics in all. The Thrice-a-week World
manufacturer of the welcome tree
have been cut with some sharp in- is not only much larger than any
The solitary republican member gtrUment in the surface of the hard weekly or semi-weekly newspaper,
of the Idaho legislature has a basaltic rock, and
perfectly but it furnishes the news with
chance to cast the solid yote ot his plain to be seen. . Thev
the much greater frequency and Burns'
partv for himseif as Senator, an face of the bluff for a distance of promptness, . In fact it combines
opportunity that few men ever grt about three miles, and consists of all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
pictures of Indians with bows, ar- daily with the attractive snecial
Mr. Wanamaker’s idea of purify raws and spears, besides deer ante- features of a weekly,
Arrangements have bee.
ing politics by the purchase of a lope, dogs and wolves, geese ducks,
Senator, hip with hard cash isn’t ■¡wan and reptiles of various kinds. by which we can furnish thu
much improvement on the Cameron Intermingled with these animals and the Thrice a-Week N • fork
World both for $2.25 a vear.
plan which has so long been fol-1 are characters, which, of course, he advantage of this offer a Fake
lowed in Pennsylvania.
could not decipher. Mr. Whit your own
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HARRIS .t JOHNSON Proprietor.
temore says the execution of the Thrice a-Week World at this special
rate........................... T he H erald .
Time evens most things, When
he was alike, the late Joseph Me- satisfied it could not have been the
Cullogh, editor of the St. Louis work of ordinary Indians. Through
Globe-Democrat, never allowed ven out the entire distance the charac
eration or reverence for anybody or ters and pictures are in rows.
Wines Liquors, and Cigars.
The Indians of the vicinity have
anything to prevent his inakir g a
■ well begun is half done. Begin ^OE
caustic paragraph, and now his io knowledge of the meaning of the
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant’Card Rooms, et«., ete.
well hv netting Ferry'.
■>W.” ■ l
W Don't let chance determine nk-v i.* ( Saloon is
suicide is being ruthlessly made use hieroglyphics or of the people who
your crop, but plant Ferry it
first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
■ Seeds. Known and sold uk
of by the other paragraphers.
llefore you plant, get
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
face of the rocks. One old Indian
fihl Ferry's Seed Annual V
j . l . il
u , | ®aid there was a tradition among
■W for ls'.»>. Contains mor.- |.rm'' *
It is s.nd that .John Sherman had I.
tieal Information for farmers Ln
I bis people that many ages ago a
Iand yardeners than mans higli-ISg
decid» d to become Seoretary of j people came there who were very
priced text books. Mailed free. JWO
t> a. »tutor & 10., bktroit , an 11.
State to make room for Hanna in
bad. They remained for a long
the Senate, but we doubt it.
time and went away—where, he
The g-'ntlenien who are attending | Now tie question arises, who
those tariff hearings at Washington were
------ o , bad people?
are not living up to the conserva I Thev were not, as Mr. Whittemore
tive progtam issued by the re- I says, ordinary Indians, for their CHANGING
j knowledge of sculpture could never
Is hard work compared with
I have enabled them to execute the Jt 'n. tmr the appearance ot your
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Burns, near the bridge
Carnegie is going to make another ' pictures so remarkably true to na- stove with
cut ii. wages at the Homestead j tore. From the description given,
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
Steel Works. A queer way to help 1 the picture-writing hears a close TEN
I- v kc.r I
along that j romised return of pros I resemblance to those found in C t o.
I Mexico and Central America. If
this supposition is true, a careful CT«;.
I study ndght reveal to the archaelo-
Before enthusing over the pur I gist some insight into the origin or TEN
chase of a thousand mile railroad wandering9 of a dead and forgotten 1 o r.-j.
ticket by Gov. Pingree, sometime! civilization,
I .".Sts Seven times Ion; er
sometirm a called “his potato jag
Looks Seven times better Than
lets.” we'll wait and see what he
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
About Seven times cleaner Stove
doe? af.er that ticket has been used
(kkbrated Rujsiin (¡Bt
About Two times cheaper PolHb
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up. We don’t say that he will then
Violin Strings Ai out i wo times handier
use a past, but that ¡3 wh it many
Th« Finest in the World.
other professional re ormers do after
John F. S!railon,7;X“" If vour ;rocer doesn’t keep it,
the first spasm is over.
Ser f tor »11, »1». 81». 817 E. 9th St.
et a lar :c l ox and a valuable
Shop opposite the Brewery
Rev. Daniel C. Potter, of New
. household book tree.
" 4<>>IS’’r vo-irr«- r..
York, evidently has his doubts
;•>! to an lu.
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch.
W Carafbr Pli«. ?.. ..¿f, t
about the Christian philanthropy
Dr.iJIan & Co., Agts.,
_ APru»qr*'*<*»nnii. Srnnt-te.
Give us a call.
M K l.Nlx."
ofJehn I’ R < kefeller, the Stand-
MONTGOMERY • T.. 8. F.. CAL.
Strictly one Price
J. C. Welcome,
iw S t LO uiu S aw mill
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.