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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1898)
Washington, Oct 28. -The
president to.la. issued the follow
ing Thanksgiving proclamation:
By the President of lhe United
States, a i*i oclaination:
The approaching November
brings to mind the cu-toms of our
ancestors, hallowed by time and
ipa'.ies in thu World.
rooted in our most sacred tradi
tions, of giving thanks to Almighty
God for all lhe blessings he has
vouchsafed to usduiing the past
It has over $187,176,406 in assets and a record of 52 years, din
ing all of which time it has steadily increased in strength and
Few years in our history have
prosperity. BECAUSE you can I, rrow money from the Coni-
p v-.y at 5 per cent per annum, after your Policy has been three i afforded such cause foi thanks
. oars in f tree.
| giving. We have been blessed
■ by abundant harvests, our trade
anil commerce have been wonder
fully increased, our public crediis
¡been improved and strengthened.
| All sectious of our country have
been brought together and kmted
into a i loser bond of national pur
pose and unity.
The skies have been for a time
darkened by the cloud of war,
but as we were compelled to take
up the sword in lhe cause of hu
manity, we are permitted to re
joice that the conflict has been of
brie! duration, and the looses we
have had Io mourn, though griev
ous and important, have been so
few, considering the great rcsulis
accomplished, as to inspire us
w ith gratitude and praise to the
Lord i f Host. We may laud and
magnify His holy name, that the
cessation of liustitilties came so
Rhu» I osile the Brewery
soon as to sp ire both sides the
" »rk in o Ulin do neatly and with dispatch.
Satisfaction countless sorrows and disastcis
ive u o
that attend protracted w ar.
I do therefore invite all my
fellow citizens, as welt those at
home as those who may be at sei
or sojourding in foreign lands, to
set apart anil observe Thursday,
the 24'h day of November, as a
day of national thanksgiving, to
I come together in their several
! p’aces of worship fot a service of
i <ii Kurab
at fi JO p M.
Arrives al Ontario in 42 hours
j praise and thanks to Almighty
j God for all the advantages of the
year, the mildness of the seasons
Vara One way $7.50. Round trip $15.00.
and the fruit'ulness of the soil, for
lhe continued prospei ily of the
Through freight Siete, a pound.
pc pie, for the devotion anil valor
Tat ityt uolieu at any I*. O. on the route and covered coaches
j of our coun'rymen, for the glory
: rí »' í .<1 fur paasangera.
II. A. Williams, Propr.
of our,victory, the hope of a right
eous peace and to pray that the
divine guidame whii h has brought
us heretofore io safety and honor
n ay be graciously continued in
the y ear to come.
In witness whereof I have
; hereunto set my hand and cau-ed
the great seal to be affixed.
Signed: W illiam M' ki . xi . ey .
By the President.
John N. Hay Secretary of
W YORK LIFE
filisi iiw mo.
the father being described *s a
drinking man who mistreated the
children, especially the boy, who
recites stories of atrocious cruelty W A To the E AND
ditor I have an a
by his father. One of these is. remedy for Consumption. By its tinv.y use
trx' inds of hopeless cases have been already
that he came home drunk one p _uiently cured. So proof-positive am I
night, tied a rope around the boy’s I oi ns power that I consider it my duty to
.end two bottle* free to those of your readers
anklesand lowered linn about 2o who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me the)“
feet * > a well. The shock w a< express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
M. C„ IM Pearl St., Hew Tort.
so great that the boy liai been T. A. SLOCUM.
Th® Editorial and Business Management oi
this Paper Guarantee Uus generous Proposition»
afflicted with nervous trouble ever
since. This I’oy and girl, afttr
being in the Home for a week or
Prof. W.n.rcciib Who
two, found that they were h . f- re
makes a specialty uc
«1 > ■ ■ & N Epilepsy, has without
si-ter and half-brcther, respect
doubt treated and cur-
’ g J ■
c J i:i<»re i-a'-.'*-than any
ively, to the two children admitt d ■
living Physic .xn; hii
t J ra L If success is astonishing.
in 1892, being children of the *1
We have heard of case}
»» M \ 1 J jStamling
same mother. l lius, after six 01
eight years seperation, the chil
dren meet once more m the Home.
The inference is plain th it the]
parents on both sides must have tie of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
b-en cruel and inhuman people, who may send their P. O. and Express address.
We advise any one wishir r n euro to address
and totally unfit to have the custo- Prof.W. B. P££O, F. 1)., 4 Cuar St., Hevz YorU
dy of their children.— Oregonian.
Hanna’s assessment of the mil
lionaires did not prevent the re
publican oilice-holders at Wash
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Republicans are now willing to
admit that the democrats will
make gains in the house; on the
morning oI November pth they
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time in the ha em of the Sultan
when news of that priceless dia
mond necklace presented to the
Eempress of germany reached
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under the benign roof of the Bov's testified before Mr. McKinley"»
and Girls’ Aid Society.
Thi Commission that requisitions he
story as told by Superintendent m .de last May were still unfilled,
Gardnet is an interesting one. and and that 25 per cent of the con
is strong testimony to the value of tract sn-geon? were no*, up to the
•uch an institution straightening standard.
the m-'rais of the friendless and
ungoverened children of the com
mon» < alth.
September 9, 1892. a woman
giving her name as B.inc« ch came
to the Home, stated that she was
the mot) er of a little girl ab >ut 8
l ears old. and that she was unable
to keep the child, which
rvndcd to the aociety.
cumber of the same i ear a l>. X
aged 12 years w as picked up on
the streets a id turned over to the MILLER reSEC. E 20S1 e : lk > tn U2 HOURS
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