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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1897)
The editor of the Ontario News
mt. w. n. rtekc. who
make» a specialty of
attended campineeling a few days
Epilepsy, has without
doubt treated and cur
rl aps we shall the sooner last week, and was called upon to
ed moro casec than any
1 living Physician; his
nr mark by first clearing the lead in prayer, when he slid:
1 success is astonishing.
We hare heard of cases
i id a little and disclaiming
of so years’ standing
“Almighty and kind Father,
- Dealer In—
of the ends proposed for ed- who doth from thy throne look
■ >u. My own list of unadmit- down on the government of men
DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS,
d ends is somewhat long. I 1 do anf[ delinquent subscribers, most
TOYS. TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
not, for example, set as the object humbly we beseech thee to draw
NUTS, CANDIES A- CONFECTIONERY, BLANK
-------- largo hot-
foi education a good citizen, a near unto them and whisper a few tie of hie absolute ctire, —
free to any aufferar*
who mar send their P. O. and Express address.
We advlae any one wishing a cure to addrew
successful breadwinner, a wise ' things into their ears ’hat the stat- j FreLW.
fl* riEXJ, 7. D., 4 Cedar £t., lew Terk
father, an expert mechanic, an utes forbid us to print. Thou [
adroit versifier, a keen lawyer, knowest our wants but the sub- ==
an eloquent speaker, a skillful setiber knowest them not and
physician, a learned professor, a seldom stops to inquire, Let it
Call and be Convinced.
fWMail orders accompanied by cash
promptly filled Orders taken for all books not in stock, and delivered
prosperous trademan. Some of be known unto thee that.there are
Mrs. Anna Robsrtson, Proprietress. at publishers prices.
these ends may be good enough large patches on the homestead
Prineville—Bums Stage Company,
Datwstv. - - O regon .
in themselves. I do not discuss of our pants, and there is an tee
O regon .
B urns ,
Thia popular house is fully equip-
the question. But they are not ing void in the front of our back,
the proper end of education. and that we hunger and thirst and ped for the comfort of its custom
Stage 'eaves Burns r erev Monday and Thursday.
And they are not, becaus they are he asketh us not to gup with him. ers. Good table service.
secondary, minor, special ends. Thou knowest, Lord, that our
Meals 25 C’ents.
They are not the major ends in print paper costs money, but the
Terms for board by the week or
F are to P rineville $10.00.
life, though ihev are often mis subscriber knoweth it not, and month on application.
taken for such. We are prett) Larclh
a darn sight less. Thou
Two doors west of fred stable.
far from the mark when we mis-j , knoweth that we are cold and the
take for education any training subscriber bringelh not the wood
which lias a partial and special i lie promised, and we are shiver
end in view . To erect any one ing and shaking while he roast
Shop opposite the Brewery
I these ends into the end and elh his shins before the red-hot j
edare it to be the goal of educa- stove of his mother-in-law. Te’l,
All work in eur line done neatly and with dispatch.
. on is to fall by the wayside and him all these things, Lord, and if ■
deliberately to turn ones face a- he then faileth and bringeth no I
way from the New Jeruvalem of succor, punish him to the lower
Fropriotor of the ELXTS SALOON
the intellei t.
' regions to dwell among the pop
The end in education should be i ulist calamity howler, and thine
I he major end. It should be the shall be the glory and praise
Keeps constantly on hand a supply of fine Liquors and C igers
viry biggest thing in life, the throughout our newspaper
-----HE HA» ALSO—
nost general and far-reaching reer.
good the mind can formulate.,
FINE CAR TABLES.
We cheat ourselves, we cheat
GIVES TH K ( HOICK <>F--------
the children, if we express the end !
Mr». Louis Ricino, Proprietress.
in terms any less catholic than
ill's. It may include good citizen
ship, .vise parenthood, successful
bread-winning, literary or tech-'
Is headquarters for all stages. Has large and well furnished
A&DO TOP KNOW A GOOD AtlVIRTIsKMENT MEAMs'lXl'MASt JK MMM-wä
nical skill, but it is not any one of
Rooms, an elegant parlor, and handsome dining-room.
these things. The greatest thing
No Chinese labor, white cook, and tables furnish
■ PACIFIC;- L
in life is life life in its fullness
ed with the best the market affords. Best
and totality. It is this that edu-
a commodation« for families and tran
If you are in a do si tin
■ a'ion should set its face toward,
To do Busia ss
Its end should be wholeness,
integrity, anil nothing less than
Let P.oole know it
this. It is false to its mission if 11 sm se bruit I j on 1« f’ stifle, cattle brand f>.j on
left h'v, mark tag in left ear
1» *M. McYk-nnmy
it turn aside into any of the by Ruins, Ore.
brand i ur (■ n on left shoulder; t'attta
paths of convenience, of industry, bar Horae
ten on left hip and upper dtp on both
To all Eastern cities
• r even of accomplished and eru i ara. T. A. McKinnon, Burna Ore.
Hardin A Rllay. rattle branded V on left side
11. Henderson, in Horae brand *7 left aide, r o. Burna,Ortgoa
H you have anything
OCEAN STEAM RlIS
leave Portland every 5 days lor
J ('. Foley, rattle brand --on ilgnt aide
You want to Sell
<>n left shoulder
Hortra branded ) ( on left atifle. Cattle brand
Let People Know it.
I <>F EDUCATION.
BABNBY LIVBBY STABLE.
0 R H
THE FRENCH HOTEL
2 TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES
The Leading Hotel of Bums, Oregon,
GIVE THE FRECH HOTEL TRIAL.
RATES $2.00 DAY.
• d j ( on left hip. Marlon Bunyard, P (> Burna
('attlo dlnmondon left hip, horaeCV on left
i ahoulder. Charlea II Voegtley, Burn« Ore.
Work Guaranteed to be first class.
It is not surprising that a geni
Horae branded Pon right ahoulder, cattle P
Trains leave Baker City: No. 1,
us like Joaquin Miller should sud- on right hip R A Hendrick*. 1’ O l.awea O»
We mix our own Paints, and
leaves at 2:51 p. tn ,
di nit appear and attract attention Horee 1 rand ?•' on left ihonlder. elao tbrr«
in aiii*.¡ e of triangle, <-attie brinded aarnc, and No. 2, East-bound, nt 12:03 p.
Our Work Sneaks fo' it e f. I
on account of his strange back E K. Grout liurna or.
grounds, rich coloring, gorgeous left »title. * attie biantk-d barjl on left hip. f
For full details call on the O. R.1
descriptions and gigantic scerery. V 1 .»wen Ore
J I* Dii kenaon rattle brand J I’connected un A N. agent, at Baker City, or ad
Nature and Burns and Byron ieft hlj Hone brand an\li on left »title I*. O
and Swinburne were his masters: l.aweu
< aitle brand figure 7 on either hip. mark light
W. II. HURLBURT,
and he learned from them a crop oft vr < h rar, al I p in »ach ear, and wattl
on !*• it ja a
Hora» brand flguro 7 on either hip
Agent, Portland, Or.
ceitairiwihi fiecdi.in a.id passion of
song that have enriched his poem« brand bnr m <>u left hip and riba < ntherinc E McNElL, President and Mangr.
with truthfulness and an almost Marahall I’ O Narrow»ore.
cloying sweetness of rythm and Horae brand on left ah uhlvr S Mita 1 sum .
Stanrlift. Burna Ore.
rlijiue. Of the latter-day poets
Horae brand on left ahoulder and ear..« ot.
whose works have become fam
muaele of right hind leg Thll Smith Buriu
ous, the new world has produced Ore.
its full share. Whittier, Brvant.1 M, l.ampahir» and Son cattle brand >B
l ar mark a \ allow fork in right eat
Longfellow, Hohn s' LowclL and Connected
underbit in left. P, O Burna or»,
a score of others represent the Hora« a and ( utile branded J P on left ahstui
a one 1» ended Ji’ comwvtvd
THOS. LA IIEY, Rums, Ore.
E 1st, while Bert liar e, Col. Bak- tier
r, Samuel Simpson. Minnie Mer
First door north of Brick Store.
le Miller, Ella Higginson, and
mmy others hate caught and fix-
KLVS ( KFAM HAI M I. a pwlUr. rnr*.
1 d the Inightest tintsof the westci 11
Apply Into Ih» noctril». Il I» quickly ab»url>»4. M
tanta at Dnirgtot* or by mail ; aamp aa 10c. by mall.
sun«et, and sung sweet incllodi« s Make* life miM-ry to thousand* of 7LT BRVTHKRÄ, M Warrta St.. K»w York city.
along the golden shores of the 1’a- people. It v aiiile.t* itself in many
> lit ; but aiming the lirst uf the different ways, like goitre, swellings,
western poets, and superior to, ruiming sores, boil*, salt rloum and
and other eruplioua. Scarce
them all. it Oregon's adopted son pimples
ly a man i* wholly free from It. hi
It cling« tcnaclousl) until
Joaquin Miller, lie has struggled
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
the tut ve.lige of scrofulous poi.oii ii
with poverty and unfavorable eradicated b) Ihxid'* Ssraaparilla, tlu
A’, erybody Utidt
McCLAlN A WILLIAMS
< ircumslances, yet through all he
TH A' HEXA 1.1).
Cno True Clood Purlflor.
Caveats, and Iredc-Matke obtained and ail Pat
buainr»» conducted f«r MOOKUATC FKCS
ba« been hue to his own l.vul. Thou* vi.l* of voluntary testimonials ent
Oun Or etc C is oeeostTt u • Part nt O fvick
Th. proprietor» are well known not only here but in all the adjacent .Urtrtite in it. H » Ut pay.
anil *e can secure patent in less tunc titan those
Counties and lawns
Their business qualifications and natural affec
He has wooed his mu«t‘. and tell of suffering from scrofula, often retn«»<e from W achington.
Send model, drawing « photo., with dcacrip
tuned his Iter across the great inherited and moat tenacioua, positive tion. We advixe, if patentable or not, free of tion for horses especially fits them for the avoctiou
charge th»r fee not Jue till patent ia arcured.
ly, perfectly and permanently cured by
A htarwut. “
1« Obtain Patents," with
waters; but he sang of his I hjv
coat of Mure in the V.S. and foreign countries
•ent tire. Address,
hood scenes, of the Pacific coast,
its gre it rivers, mountains and
O m «avgRe O***C« Waa»«t«eeoN D C
men, ami has been true to them
all. lie poetized the grandeur
of our land so nobly as to elec'r.fy tVepAftd only by C. I Hood A Co I ow»fl. M ai !,
le » ra to fl llo*>t»*s and only 1! ik >»* b .
a'l Europe, the swelling notes of
ar» th» r*»t «turali ;iw
In« piaise echoing and 1 (echoing . « . lOCKl 3 i-kiti
1*1113 riti», aU OfMLca.
until the) have leached oui ears
C. \V. JOHNSON A CO , Proprietors.
from across the Atlantic. —Prof
J. B. Horner, in the Oregon
>«* I. I«« o.UIWi—a. •**
CARPENTO, BUILDER, CABINET MAKER Subscribe for the
Parties Desirine Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this J’place
heretofore, call and examine my
KED FRONT LIVERY
CLUBBING RATFS WITH ALL THE LEAPING PAPKBS
McKinley probably tried to
drive a nail or two in the shaky
fences of Boss Hanna while he
was visiting his mother in Oho.
*..|t *t rrqu'res steel bolts to hold
that fence together when the
Vutcis get a' i’.
It rae b* ftml by a j « wmmi I
nrni.Mv vfeck I» apii *d d>-
rvrtly loto ib» Metra* R*>
.uq tttekly * • rb»ü tl gt«aa
Winss Liquors, ani Cifirs,
Ely’s Cream Bahn
i* vk—'-*«-1 M b* is* ■
NM*ic*uwk. e-M i* B—a «»a h « i
r.„*4fc*. Il ..t**.*m|r.
Cara r*>* ai<4
n —.«— <1
ar-aa-..**4» -*» r-• — air*- a*
juY » ’Tuet«. « 1 »
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Gcvd Billiard tables. I’leasant'Card Rooms, etc . eu.
Salem ia first class in every particular Experienced bartender
Mixed drinks to please th» iriet fastidious.
THE HERALD LOES
THE BEST JOB PRINTING
ÄT LOWEST RATES.
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