The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, May 14, 1904, Image 8

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SATURDAY.MAY 14, 1904
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS
One Year..............................
Six Months ..
Three Month»...................
JULIAN BYRD
— —
1'00
.1.00
A... .75
—
.M a nager
cattlemen: how many hundreds of
millions from meat consumers?
And yet
Attorney-General
K iiox connot find evidence that
is a beef trust, nor did congress
think it necessary to make any
move in the matter.
What apatient—or is it foolish
—people we are!—Portland Jour­
nal.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Hon. George Chandler has giv­
en
out an opinion on the prospects
U. 8. Senator«
1
J. II Mitchel
)
C. W. Fulton,
for
this season, through the col­
jJ. N. Williaintion,
Congressmen..............
t
umns of the Baker City Democrat
Attorney General .... ....... A. M. Crawford.
Governor...................
Geo. K. Chamberlain.
in which he says some hopeful
Secretary oi State
. .F. I . Duubar.
Treasurer
C. 8. Moore.
things. As the comments apply
8upt. Public Instruction. ..J. H. Ackerman.
J. K. Whitney.
State Printer
here as well as at Baker, the sub-
a R. 8. Bean.
tu pre me Judge« ..
.> (J. Wolverton stance of the talk is reproduced.
> F. A. Moore
The main statement made by Mr.
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Chandler is that this season now
District Judge ............................ M. D. C lifford
District Attorney
. . Win Miller coming on promises the richest re­
Circuit Court meets the Third Monday in
turns to stockmen and farmers of
April and Fourth Monday In October.
ten years. The damp
Joint-Representative
.E. II. Test any in
Joint-Senator
......... J L. Rand weather has made the grass grow
COUNTY—HARNEY Î
luxuriantly and it is safe to say
.........H. C. Levena there will be the biggest crop of
Cuonty Judge ............
F. 8. Kieelur
Clerk
R A Miller hay and grain raised in many
Treasurer .....................
purveyor ........................
Tom Allen years.
Hherin .
Cattle and sheep came
J. E. Loggan
AasMior
J C Bartlett
Hehool Superintendent
through
the winter in fairly good
.Newt Hoover
Stock Inspector
.. I R J W i I llama
Com in issioners
shape and the early pasture and
I C T Miller
County Court met ts the first Wednesday in I promice of a long range means a
January, March, May, July, September and
| large production of stock, which
November.
| cannot fail to bring as high a price
HARNEY U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
affords.
Mr.
KegiRter
Win Farre as the market
Receiver...
.....................
Cha«. Newell
Chandler
also
stated
that
there
CITY. —BURNS'
....... Dr. J. W. Geary. ' will be a large crop of wool this
Mayor, .......
L. Woldenberg Jr.
Recorder,........
year of a high grade and that he
.......W. A. Gowan.
Treasurer,
....
.........<. D. Jameson.
Marnhal,
expects to see sheepmen reap a
f Sam Motberzhead,
{ F. O. Jackson,
Conncilmen:
rich profit
| Simon i-ewiB,
STATE—OKE».OS :
I
I G. W. Clevenger.
Meetings of the Council every Second and
Fourth Wednesday.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
MeeU at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
7:30 pm.
J. W. Buchanan, N. G.
F.o. Jackson, Secretary.
BURNS LODGE NO. '.17, A. F. A SI.,
Meets every Saturday evening in Mnsonic
Hall.
J. ('. Welcome Jr, W. M.
F. 8. Holder, Secretary.
INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. uf I'.
Meets every Thursday evening in the Brown
Hall.
II. M. Horton, <’. (’.
L. M. Brown, K. R. 8.
i
BURNS LODGE No 17 A. <>. II. W.
Meets every second and fourth Fridav.
A. c. Welcome, M. W.
C. N. Cochran, Recorder.
ORDER OF WA8AINGTON.
Meets every first and third Friday, In Brown
Hall.
(', P. Rutherford, Presiden
Pearl Vnlgamore, Secretary.
“I’ve come to kill a printer,”
said the little man.
“Any printer in paiticular?”
asked the foreman.
“Oh, anyone will do. I prefer
a small one, but I’ve got to make
some show at fight or leave home,
since the paper has called my
wife’s tea party a “swill affair.”—
Ex.
I
A lawyer in a court room may
call a man a liar, a scoundrel, vil-
lian or thief, and no one makes a
complaint when court adjournes.
If a newspaper prints such reflec­
tions on a man’s character there
is a liable suit or a dead editor.
This is owing to the fact that peo­
ple believe what an editor says;
what a lawyer says cuts no figure.
— Huntington Herald.
Up-to-date job printing at reason­
able prices.
Ladies and Cdlldren
TULE CIRCLE No. It..», W. of W.
Meet« every fourth Tlx xilny.
Marina I »«viton, G. M.
loto* W hllliiK. Clerk.
Wholesale meat dealers in east­
ern cities lately added a*quarter of
a cent a pound to the price of beef;
the retailers presumably more.
The pretext tor doing this was
that the livestock on hand is insuf­
ficient to meet the increasing de­
mand.
People acquainted with the sit­
uation, especially western people,
know that this is a false pretext.
Complaint comes from all the
range states that the ranges are
overstocked, that cattle raising is
less profitable than it was a year
or two ago, anil that the puce of
beef cattle oil the hoof has been
steadily falling for the past two
years. This is notoriously the
case in Oregon# Hoof cattle
bring $i a hundred less in eastern
markets then they did in 1901.
Secretary Martin of the National
Livestock association states that
this decline in price has caused
stockmen, w ithin less than two
years, a loss oi $750.006,oou.
This loss is not due to the oper­
ation at the law of supply and de­
mand, for the demand has increas­
ed, and the price of dressed beef
has risen. Stockmen are getting
less for their cattle; consumers
are paying more for beef, Beef
is high, but not scarce.
This condition affairs is due en­
tirely to the action of the meat
packers* combine, or trust, that
arbitrarily fixes the price both of
cattle on the hoof and of beef in
the shop. This trust takes ’ toll
with both greedy hands $750,-
000,000 in two years from the
Devine services the third and fourth
Sundays of each month at 11 a. tn.
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at
10 a. in. every Sabbath morning.
Preaching services at the Baptist
church every 1st and 2nd Sundays,
morning and evening. Sunday
school every Sunday at 11 a. m.
prayer meeting every Thursday
evening.
Sunday school at Harney the
first Sunday of each month at 10
o'clock a in On the second, third
and fourth Sunday of each month
at 3 o'clock p m. Preaching ser­
vice ♦ verv second Sunday at 8 p tn.
At the Presbyterian church
Burn«. Rev. A J. Irwin pastor
/
in the live stock, grain, provisions,
produce and financial markets—
the quotations are comprehensive,
and are in every way reliable.
The Journal in addition carries
every days a full and truthful re­
Kitchen Furnishing mill he one of our specialties, and your kjtch-
port of tne world’s news and pre­
cuill be ready to go into and cook a meal
sents many special features of deep er
Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail.
interest to the average reader.
The Jouanal’s woman’s page, the |
illustrated'sportlang news page.
Journal stories and comic pages)
Rockers. 12 and up.
and other good things mvke it a
Chairs fl and up,
I
very popular family newspaper,
Ladies
Desks $8 up
Iron
beds
$5
75
and
up,
i
.1
clean and bright from A to Z and
Spring
beds $4 up,
Music cabinets $5 up,
e
year’s end to year’s end.
Extension Tables (good ones) at $7 75, up
j; .-'•’i
<»■—
Daily, one year by mail, $4;
I» .-4
Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss,'$2 50, up
ï/~
six months, $2.25; three months,
$1.25.
Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one
year, $1.50.
Weekly, $1. The issues of tne
Semi-Weekly and Weekly Journ­
al also contain the market news
and all of the features of the Daily
Journal.
The Times-Herald clubs with
the Journal at the following rates
Utlall p®p«F 13 eenr
for both papers:
single oil and U».
$4.00
Daily,...............
A MANUFACTURINO DEPARTMENT
2.50 connection where we will make you anything
Semi-Weekly . .
2.25 from a wooden knitting needle to “double­
Weekly.............
Many New Lineswill be added as
soon as teams can get but.
Bureaus $8 and
upward. Fold­
ing iron Beds
and Couches
low as $ I 1.50
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
W. J. COLEMAN,
Stenographer and Notary Public
B urns ,
-
O regon .
deck” wood rack. Call! New too busy to
talk or furnish estimates.
BURNS
FURNITURE
conPANV
A Great Newspaper,
Office in Citizens Batik Building.
The Harney County Live Stock AMwl.tlon
will pay Seven Hundred and Fifty Bollttt. Re
ward for the arre.t »»»»I couviction of anv per
boh or persons who kill, steal or drive on an
horses, mule» or cattle belonging to any mine-
ber of the Association. The County Court also
offer. »11 .d.jltlonal
"""yrr^
and Fifty Dollais.
fknwkk . rrer.
G. W. Y oung . Sec’y. Burn», Oregon.
BRANDS AND P. O. ADDRESS OF MEMBERS.
' Haraey
Additional Reward.
’In addition to the
above I foffer l»‘>o^
under the same con­
ditions for horses
branded horseshoe
bur on both oreither
jaw recorded in s
counties.
Range,
Harney, Lake and
Crook Counties.
Horses ventedvvhen
sold. Horses sold
to pass through this
section will l»e re­
ported in this paper.
If not so reported, please write or telephone
The Tinu s Herald, Main 324. Burns, Ore.
W. W. BROWN, Fife Oregon.
Peter Clemens, Burns, horses, PC on leftsti
fie; cattle same ou either hip; eatmurkscrop
and split in left ear, swallow fork and square
under bit iu right.
M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic­
al bar on left shoulder, cattle, L ou right hip;
earmarks, two underbits in each ear; also some
branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, under
half crop in left ear.
J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear­
marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right.
J P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP
on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross on
either hip: earmarks, upperbit iu right ear, un-
derbit in left.
Martin Bros., Burns, cattle, double dot hori
zontal bar on either hip; earmarks, upperbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right
jaw; also some branded circle N on right side
O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, 5 on lef
shoulder; cattle, 5 on right side and hip; ear
marks, crop off right ear, crop and under half
crop off left.
Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses, FD on the left
shoulder; cattle FD on left side; earmark, un­
der half crop in each ear.
R J Williams, Riley, horses, t'B on the left
shoulder; cattle, CB on left hip; earmarks, crop
off left ear, under half crop on'right, wattleun-
derchin; also cattle branded SS, crop and un­
derbit in left ear, under halt crop in right; also
cattle JT on left ribs, crop and split in left ear.
under half crop in right.
H II Elliott, Narrows, horses, Th combined on
left stifle; cattle Th coni Dined on left hip; ear­
mark, upper slope on each ear. watt’ • j chin
and bell collar.
Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses. IISon right
leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and
short over slope in each ear jughandle and
dewlap.
P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarter circle S on
right hind leg and left shoulder; cattle, quarter
»•ircle 8 on either hip; earmarx, crop off right
ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps.
A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and
J-i connected on right shoulder; also boot on
left shoulder; rattle, rocking chair on left hip;
earmark, right ear drooped down, left eYit slop­
ing towards head on upper side; wattle ou lef
BKieof neck: all animals dehorned.
C P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left
side, earmark, under half crop right ear; horses
bar 2 on left shoulder.
Tima Wingfield, Burns, horses, ® (chainlink)
on left shoulder; cattle, same on.left side ¡mark
crop ofl left ear, short overslope in righl.
John Craddock, Silvies, horses, S-S on the left
H’1°ulder; cattle, S-S on right side; mark, crop
oil right, ear, swallow fork In left, c’ewlap on
brisket.
W K Smith, Burns, cattle, XI on right stile:
mark, split in right ear, wattle on nose.
G Hudspeth. Burns, cattle, scissors on right
side; mark, crop and split in each ear.
Bimon Lewis. Burns, cattle SI. on right side,
"Lark, crop and underblt in left ear, crop and
ua-der halt crop off right.
1
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,hor8e8’ w »»ar on right
stifle cattle, diamond bar on left hip; mark;
split in each ear, wattle untier chin.
'..o
Bulrn/» horses, reverse Lon
lef. stifle, cattle, b9 on left hip: mark, metal tau
in each ear With full name and addres.
I F
horw<’ LF on r»Kht stifle; cattle
derbl" li righiikr"’“ ' "°P’ ",,perbi,
uu"
la
Ontario-B^.
Th<
Stage him the !i
occup
varioi
Leayes Burrts daily I menti
at 6:30 a in. Arrives ajJ Russi
it app
ly from Ontario at 5
recel
The only through pJf.J
is
transfer rflute from |; .8 lea
propc
railroad.
of pr<
Fiist-class accotnmo^ an in
good eating stations ate, requi
distances along the rou:c
Du
S. S. WILLIAMS, G bd .1 ha ’ 1
Dre»,
Coan
L. Woldenberg Jr ,
( r KO8SM ANA
PATENT WRITING
J'HE most impurtMit J
der<
A ment of the age in '
penmanship makes th» »,,] er p
a splendid peninan in . than
by tfie use of this ring. J_____
proj
by prominent Culbge
and Boards of Education« hftV
and America. Saaiplt- ¡1 ..
sorted sizes sent ¡»»»st
single sample 25c \V|
m 1
»» ntTiW
a single ring, state ivhet!«i as V
woman, or child
que
PENN MFG. SUPPL'il •ho
No. 118 S. Fourth Street, P
PJONE
WHIT1
LEAS I
The Sutidav edition of the
THORNTON WILLIAMS.
Louis Republic is a marvel
A TTO U N E Y-A T- L A W.
modern newspaper enterprise,
me
The orginization of its news ser-
Oilice one door north
wb
vices is world-wide, complete in
I» Absiilately I'UKi.M ine
of French Hotel
hort
inf
will OU I'WEAR alltfl
every department; in tact, superi­
B urns ,
ho
O regon .
Leads.
or to that of any other newspaper.'
If your liicil ih lier dm • ne
The magazine section is illus- , ««o union acific
J. W BIGGS,
DALTON BIGGS
cattle
!i.H,"B’.v«'1».
71 bar on stifle;
ry it write to un mi'I we villr
t aitle, bar IL on left ribs; mark, unde.-bit in left
> V»
trated
in
daintily
tinted
colors
and-'
Biggs & Biggs
Drpart for
you get it.
ARRIVE ear, under slope in right.
from
splendid half-tone pictures. This I
B.,,rB8 ,ho..r8l?».H4 Combined on left
W. P. Fuller A Co. Pomi Mi
ATTORNEYS-AT - LAW,
righ 'eai left .X'1;'1 F1' cimark. underbit in
»«•T
i ¿Jr ai’• 11
»n half lower part lonned
section
contains
more
high-class
I
down against side of head.
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Chicago- Salt Lake,Denver, Ft.
H RNS,
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OREGON.
no
»■a'tti'eJs J "on “i
hihor,,:S’
0,11“« «honlder:
l’ortl nd Worth, Omaha. Kan
literary
matter
than
anv
of
the
|
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
H.i»
:°n . ?» hlP* mark, crop and under
Special sas City, St Louis.■
half crop in Light ear, underbit in kft.
monthly
magazines.
The
fashions
,
Collections promptly made.
12:35 Chica.';n and East.
1:45 a.tn , «S j Jo,1UBon, Riley, cattle, 0 bar on left nin-
th
illustrated in natural colors are
marks, swallow fork in right ear, split iu left P’
a. nr.
W B Johnzon, cattle, JK combined on left hi«-
<•
especially valuable to the ladies.
¡mYfk,:rPorI??nTefrt"[ht’pl?l«
■b
= lilliTPUT
The colored comic section is a ’ Atlantic Salt Lake,Denver.I’t.¡
8. W. MILLER,
Express Worth. ( hnaha. Ka>' 3:35
^¡combined
COlapsabla ?a
genuine laugh-maker. The funny
» left shoulder; mark, upper half crop ¡n'kdtea”
2:10 sas City, St. Louis! p tt.
c
NOTARY PUBLIC.
<«Ue,'2B,<,>u’rlsht,lh’m°r,e'’.2Bon '‘‘«shoulder;
cartoons are by the best artists.
p ni
Chicago and Fast.
Stereoscope App»ufl|
i«ihMr. tmle i'!irUli,t,Or "de;
Burns, - - - Oregon.
▼i
The smallest Stereoscop? with tlxjH
The humor.>ii stories are high
Mrs I N Hughet. Warm Spring« cattle ..... optical effect. Highly finished in
Walli»
Mail»,
Lewis-j
Iu‘k u"‘t’«,“le: w“rk. «attle uiidir chin?
class, by authors of national rep­
ors with rich gold and silver
G. A. R em bold
U. W. F ahkikh
I ton. Spokane, Minne ■ 12:35
(mountings). Including 20 V. F.PMM
utation.
Views of art (genre). PRICE
apolis.
St.
l
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aul,
Du-I
I a. m.
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
Sent
everywhere prepaid in letter
Sheet music, a high-class, pop­
AGEN1S WANTED j
llutli Milwaukee, Chi­
A Horney «-at-Law,
Sam King, Bum«, cattle, S7,»n left
....
cr^aud
underbit
in
each
ear,
wStUeVleft
ular song, is furnished free every
cago rnd East.
Burns (and Canyon City,) Oregon.
LILIPUT
STERICSiK!
Aili practice in the courts of Harney and Sunday in the Republic.
-Ufc/’tSS’X ?h™Jh' dl°.T”’ 5nv" on k‘«
1
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OIIREST
BUILWi
.rant counties and in the supreme court oi the
The price of the Sunday Re­
state. anti also in U. 8. land office.
•boulder; n ark undeT&t 1,?
? "n ,ht‘left
PHILADELPHIA
public hv mail fine year is $2.00. OCEAN ami HIVER SCHEDULE brand^inkeYtid""^^!,1“ iarh
»”">«
1 For sale by all news dealers.
From Portland
c « h * -mL.^rLo(",hip°:rii!ieb,‘r ou ie,t M'"'
(Jhas. 11. Leonard.
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OREGON
L
P
W. L. MARSDEN,
Services at Christian Science
Hall every Sunday forenoon at 11
BURNS,
o'clock and S o’clock p in. Service Ojficr nl rrni'lAicr.
Wednes<iay\eveniiigs at S.
First i,Church Christ Scientist,
services Sutidav 3 p tn, al the par­
lors of the Cottage Hole' Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
Is at’the Old Stand selling cheaper
than you can run the risk oi laying
it down here from any catalogue
house in America.
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JOHN
W. GEARY
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Phj sicians and Surgeons.
Rev A. J. Irwin will preach at
Harney the 2nd Sunday of each
month at Ila. ni. and 7;30p. tn.
Sabbath school every sabbath at 2
p. m.
W. C. BYRD. MANAGED
We buy as cheap as anyone and
will sell as cheap as anyone, there­
The Oregon Daily Journal. fore, our prices must, and will be
Nothing is omitted that concerns
A call will convince you.
the interest of buyers and sellets right.
who can not stand the shocking
strain of laxative syrups and ca­
thartic pills arc especially foni! of
Little Early Risers, All persons
who find it necessary to take a liv­
er medicine should try these easy
pills, and compare the agreeably
pleasant and strengthening effect
with the nauseating and weakening
conditions following the use of
other remedies. Little Early Risers
cure biliousness, constipation, sick
headache, jaundice, malaria and
liver troubles. Sold by Burns
A ttorney - at - law ,
Drug stores.
Careful attention given to Collec­
tions and Real Estate matters.
\\ ANTED— Agents, Hustlers,
Fire Insurance.
Salesmen, Clerks and everybody
Notary Public
B urns .
O regon .
who wants to enjoy a good hearty
Office first door west of Bank.
laugh to send 50c for “Tips to
Agents ” Worth $50 to any per­
son who sells goods for a living.
GEO. 8. 8ÎZEMORE,
If not satisfactory your money
ATTORNEY,
back. Circular for stamp. The B urns , .. ....................... O regon
Dr. White electric Comb Co., Deca­ Coll«? ilOU**! Land business, and Real
Estate matter promt tlv attended to.
tur, 111.
Religious Services.
THE BURNS FURNITURE CO
A Venator, \ enatur, cattlen ■
JV left »tifie.
Frank McClintock, Rurng u ■ i
both hips horte» kit stifle.
J H Anderson, Momimt>ut <^.1 '
and hip horsts X right »tin'j.,
H L Harkey, Burna, <-attle OHi
ribs, circle F left hip; horeell)y’l
shoulder.
J P Farre, Burns, cattle jp , •»v n*
head with bar uuder on left
half crop in each ear; horueiujl ■W
»title
-
W H Mayfield, Burn» < nttie,p
side, mark crap anti split inleftj
in right; horse» EX left »ho^
j W Show ii H hh ).‘\ , < u , ,
crop and two splits in right« q -S
stifle. t
D H Smyth, Smith, cattle tn J
connected, CC any place; hor^B
Frank Matney. Burns, cattle.S
Diamond on either hip; tnart,>9
in left, crop and uuderbii
ou left hind leg.
C R Peterson, Venator.
lowing: PP, A. SA, (!U,
3IBWVI
PP right hip, ) ( kit rihstiryJ^B
brands; marks, finger in ngjg^M
front leg.
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OREGON.
I'hour Xo. »
Burns. Oregon.
Office at residence.
1. r. Hibbard
U.S. Brownton
llibbaixl «.t 1 trova nton.
I >i xi i- i -
Office first door east of Th« Chiseus Rank.
Bnrna. Oregon
W. c. BR()\AN,
DENTIST.
Brasa,
Oanx>s.
Otti«- upstairs in V ■ »egttv I'nililing.
START A Bl SINE 8 OF YOUR
OWN.
’
Our new book entitled “ 40 M oney
M aking I deas " is worth its w i Jit in
gold to every man who wnnts to start a
legitimate, paying mail order business.
It tells you what to do and how to do
it successfully. Send us 50c today
and we will send you the book, and a t
valuable nr t th y )ou:na^ n • ver free
t'ENT' RV I’t BLISIIi.'-
1! EH IN l^A'» .
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Forest Reserve
For Sale
i
•1« HARQilAII BhDG
P0fiT2llhD. OREGOR
8 p. tu.
Ex Sun.
Saturd’y
10 p. IE.
Willamette River.
b a. m. Oregon Citv New­ 4:30 p ni
Except berg, Sali-nt and Way Except
Landings.
Sunday
Sunday.
7 a. m. Willamettr A Tamhill
River.
Teu-dsy Oregon City, Daytoti
T’jhrd’y and \\ ay Landings
A Sat
3:30 p n>
Monday
Wed. A
Friday.
t> a. nt
Willamette River.
4:30 p m
: Tneaday Portland Comllifl Tuesday
Thurs A and W ay-Landings Thurs A
Sat
Sat.
Forest reserve »crip, in’ tracts o( 40
acres aa<l upward. ready for immediate
use and guaranteed.
j
Will buy soldiers’ land wart ants gin n 1
for services in all Indian w ars ann Mex­
ican and War of 1S12
H. B. Compson
p tn
All sailing dates sub
jccl to charge.
For San Francisco 4 p. Hl.
every 5 days.
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lolaaibla River
4 p. m.
Steamers.
To Astoria an "’ay. Except
Sunday.
Landings.
Leave
Leave
Kiparia,
SRSke River
Lewist'n
1:20 am Kiparia to Lewiston. 8:30 a tn
D«Uy-
Daily.
A N. H oar ,
Huntington. Oregon
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A. L. CRAIG,
Gen. Pass Ag t. Portland. Oregon
A. L. MOHLER. Presides.
F orce
DeWitt’s œ Salve
For Piles. Hurns. Sortii.
stworthy mx *sr,
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«t.bii.hed house of .„lid inc»ri»l
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KODOL
digests what you eat
KODOL c,eanses»
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purifies. «H
and sweetens the
hit ar,split in right.
,p‘ ■ mark, crop off KODOL cures Indigestion.
<™'le,
'eftstiff,
--------------all stomach and
split in right ear si al iw 7
"ff and I
KODOL accelerates the action^ £
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and fives -»
trie glands
j
left .Me “hni*p",I5;rrk’eroi“.*idJ Yi“"‘"""ed on digeatlve organs.
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«nd silt In left
rop ,nd
>“ tight ear
relleves an overwortaij^
.houlder‘rk'S*rr°W,‘ h«™es.b.rc eu the l.ft KODOL
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V ■ of all nervous
the heart a full, free «nd iP*i
John Gilcrest, (pt
wrench on left stitlei' catPe Mm«""' ,hor,e«. 8
action, nourishes the nervous P*;
»tsrk.s.piare crop off right
1" left hip;
•lope on left.
ear» r<»»cb or under- feeds the brain.
french-Glenn Livestock
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permteudent, F. c 1 nA < 2 ’ J'
Sooth »u KODOL u to* *onderful
Burn», ho.ae», Pon left Lia
e,al man«fler —
making so m»ny s'0’ .
¡»«‘led on iefth.p; m,rk,U^;, c‘"'e-
con and weak people strong by (WJ1
left ear. dew lp r'ut ™*r*» ““«ter naif crop in
ni' "«rteK."
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'eft Yip; bodies all o* the nourishment
mark, swallow fork ,n
9 on le« hip tatned In the food they eat.
“«‘e.Ton lenhJi mirk’““* Und"
Off left ear. wattle on left iaw
k’ *»uare crop Bottk. onlj. 11.00 SLt. ho:dl-<
•tea. which win h» 5*
Rft shoiilcer
h'tft's. horses branded 0»on
ti«ht rib«’ni«’rkil2lj^).<h,tI',44on '»««hip «nd
«trie; hor^TO
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either left’Ihoui’"', JJ“*{Tj hor»e brand bar E
r-Jf'*l«w Y, ¿me plS. „i “*? IJ <J
. T °P '*« shoulder or rtel lefl,,w; c«ttl.
its in left amt enr in rlahr’ii"”'» ,,ro under-
iu each ear
rl«ht. also two underblt,
Mb hr L
c. ».»in <
Burns Drtiggist»- !
• ngl,w„n rlgh-'htir|tmJr,kRn'ni, cattle three
each ear;
hip: earn>a;kB.'^"’^L,’"e brand G s On right
underblt In 1" ft
'? both e,™ ¿LT
half ;m“inTPft*nJ ond*rhit in right
•boulder.
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