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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1897)
WKONKHDAY JANUARY. 13 1»V7.
To iJcicat Perkin«.
Sacramento, Cal., Jan 6.—The
contest for the Uniteu States sen
atorship from California, in succes
sion to George C. Perkins, has been
given a new turn by the candidacy
of Assemblyman James A. Way
mire, who has been an aspirant for
very severe cold; was almost unable
to speak. My friends all advised
me to consult apysician. Noticing
Chamberlian’s Cough Remedy ad
vertised in the St. Paul Volks
Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
after taking it a short while was
entyrely well- 1 now most heartily
recommend this remedy to anyone
suffering with a cold.
W m . K eil ,
678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
For sale by
N. BROWN & SONS,—-The Leading Merchants
the position of secretary of the in
terior in the cabinet of President
elect McKinley. Perkins an<l Way-1 This is to certify that on May 11
mire live in the same county ami I walked to Melick’s drug store on
Lave been close friends for 40 years. I a pair of crutches and bought a
Waymire made Perkins’ fight be bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
fore the legislature two years ago, for
when the latter was elected for the which hail crippled me up. After
using three bottles I am completely
cured. I can cheerfully recommend
unexpired term of Senator Stanford,
and expected to place him in nom
ination in the assembly next Tues
In return, Waymire expecl-
ed Senator Perkins’ indorsement
for a cabinet position, and when the !
California congressional delegation
at Washington indorsed Horace I
Davis, instead of Waymire, the Int
el r felt aggrieved.
Sworn and subscribed to before
me on August 10, 1894.—Walter
Shipman, J. P.
For sale at 50
cents per bottle by druggists.
At the republic
an «'aliens for senator, Waymire
agreed to make Perkins the caucus
nominee, and then had introduced :
a resolution urging Waymire for
The friends of Perkins in the
caucus n fused even to permit this
resolution to be read, because Wav-
mire had been suspected of Work- I
Ing in the interests of Sam Short-1
BURNS DRUG STORE.
Durkee's Baking Powder.
H W WELCOME, Proprietor.
made in Bakcr City>and «• a home production
ridge for senator. In revenge for
Perkins failure to reciprocate,
Bl'Y IT. and you will find it gives
W ayinire today announced himself
as a candidate for the senate in op
money at home, and build
position to Perkin», who received
60 votes in the caucus,one less than ' tiTFOIlMALE BY ALI. GROCERS.
is re«|uire«l to elect. Waymire lias
no chance of election, but hopes to
fW“ Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
up home industries
keep enough votes from Perkins, so
that the republican legislators will
be forced to i>< Icet some other can-
«lidiift* than Perkins
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ARTI
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC
Work Guaranteed to be first class.
We mix our own Paints, and
Every hoy U rn Ilia Day.
The average lease of life enjoyed 1
l»v dogs is 10 to 12 years, but sotne)
w hich have l«ren well cart'd for live
longer. says the Borland Oregonian 1
MAIN STREET, ..
At a !■ rout street store is a yellow
dog of medium sice w hich is 13
I-#*' T'ouim alious, Convenient. Cheap.
yeara old and is becoming ipute
gray about the head and feet, and
dot's little but lit' mound mid sleep |
Several |>e>-'(,lia were noticing the
old fellow vestcrd.iv mid discussing
Hie life < f dogs iu general, and one
Burns Stag© Company.
of them, Georg«1 E Tvszklewuz. of
Bachelor’s island, stated that he
had a dog, part pointer, that «lieti
Stage 'caves Burns c erev Monday ami 1 liursday.
not long since at th« age of 1 I V » ars
of a broken lit art
lie had also
NT 'Good AeeoiLodatrons
been v, ry fomi of hunting and
killing coons, and |ia«i a peculi»«
F arr ro 1‘ hins v tt.t.K $10.00.
knack of getting them by th«' tuck
and killing them in a jiffy.
\ f, »
nights Iwforv bis death he tre«<l a
Coon, and Mr. Tyazkiewici »ent
out an«l shook it down for him
I lie old Jog sei, d the animal, but
found that hia belli would not hold,
■ml that In c>uld not handle the
c«sui which v: >t *a*ay from him
He took (lie matter very mu h ta
heart and m p< <1 around for a «lav
or two. then on. day lav down in
the auiisliuir an«i pamed awav
without a w lump r. "Every «I. g
haa hie day " • '•d he had outliv« d
• nd had no de»m to
Our Work Sueaks for it e f.
ROBT. IRVING, Prop.
W. W. JOHNSON.
Frey iotor ofthoEI*ITL SALOON
i >R EGON.
THOS. LAHEY, Burns, O
1W“ First door north of Brick Store.
RED FRONT LIVERY
On th« Corner South of th« French Hotel, M.|n Street
M' CI.AIX* WILLIAMS
---- THEY OWE Also__
Parties Desiring Cabinet .’Work
that excels any done in this* place
hereto^re, call and examine my
WONACH BlUi'T ' Table
Counties an<î Town» * ^TheV w ” ’ °"1’ heri‘ hnt in »B the adjacent
lion for horses especially fits them for thT'avS’0"’ a"d