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The Diamond Cure.
NEW YORK FUNERALS
"tomi cure for consumption
Th* Brsezy Languag. Used by Sport-
lug Writer* finas a Vigor
If v, u
tear conautupiiot, or p> et ut.utu. t
will, however, be best for you to
Savings of Nations.
In a table covering different coun
tries. France ranks seventh among
saving nations following Denmark.
Switzerland. Belgium Sweden Norway
and Germany Another table, dealing
with the average per capita of popula
tion. p'lts France tenth, or behind Den-
mar Switzerland. Germany. Norway,
Australia. Belgium, the United States,
Austria and Sweden.
Tallmann»—What was the governor
talking to you about this morning*
Sn..r fellow—He told m« be dids t
want me any longer
Then you got mad and left. I sup
Not much I told him I was glad h-
ilida't. as I’d stopped growing several
years ago Then he ordered me to go
in and tell the cashier to give me a dol
lar more a week —Stray Stories.
Champion Beer Drinkers.
The Omsa, after all. is not the
ihampic-n beer drinker That honor
rests with the Britisher sb« drinks
three gallons a year more than the Ten-
ton On the other hand 'beTTen. bman
eats re-.r’y twice as much treel a« the
HE ALSO HAS A LINE OU
ANYTHING IN MY LINE.
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
/ (ilia ran tee the (roods and Prices
Solid Gold Watches, vancy Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds.
Silverware. Ebony tv,ire, Cut Glass. Ilandpainted China at
Cost, Take a peep at my windows.
CHILDREN S CLOTHING
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Ê M. L. LEWIS
BILLS FOR SALE
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
... Represents the....
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Home Insurance Co., of New York,
Liverpool, London & Globe,
Fire Assurance Co , Philadelphia.
Waterloo Prince 174,184
OFFICE W ITH BIGGS & RIGGS.
SUCCESSOR TO;WILSON A ASHTON
Mines and Mining.
Harney County Hospital
THE CARTER HOIJSL
It is interesting to note that for
l’ati 'nts receive every attention when placed
tinder our care.
Pleasant Quarters provided for
URNS MILLINC CO
5flM BRILEY Proprietor,
HORTON & SAYER, Propts.
fine Wines. Liquors and Citais
: Rough and Dressed Lumber,
I Rustic, Flooring, Moulding,
Pqppts for ^arqlaod Club Wbi^ktl
CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
EVERYTHING flóT Cl ASS
Courteous and obli^m^ Mixologists
THE HOTEL BORNS BAR.
(’has. E. Mcl’lieeters, Propl.
LIVERY BARN IN CONNECTION
(Jp-to-date job printing at rra-olT
Go id coinfortabl • noms.
Surgical and medi.al cases. Terms reasonable
All Outside Roonis-= Near I), pot
American Surgeon Most Inventive.
When Prof Mikuli« / i-turned to Eu
rope after his visit to the I nited States,
he said: "The Aim ri< an surgeon H
more Inventive than the French and
English operators. The time is past
when we were the givers and the Ameri
cans the receivers. The American
character has a fundamental feature—
unlimited self-confidence, and the
American believes he ran do anything
he wishes ’’
Bu ns, Oregon.
Corner South oi Lunaburg & Dalton'.*.
Napton &, Boyd
A WONDEKFLL INVENTION
Cleveland's Experiment with Twelve tunes are frequently made by the
Lamps of Two Thousand
invention of articles of minor im
portance. .Many of the more pop
The first Instance of public street ular devices are those designed to
lighting In this country was In the pub benefit people and meet popular
lic square of Cleveland, a little park of
about ten acres In April. 1879. 12 lamps eruditions, anti one of the most in
<>f the ordinary so-called 2 tXMl candle teresting of these thathas ever been
power were installed in the park on high invented is thd Dr. White Electric
ornamental poles, writes Charles F
Comb, patented Jan. I, ’9!) These
Brush, in "The Arc-light." in Century.
While we were putting, up the poles wonderful Combs positively cure
and line circuit, a great deal of Interest dandruff, hair foiling out, sick and
was manifested by the public, and on
the evening when the lights wore for nervous headaches, and when used
mally started the park w as i roWiled with Dr. White's Electric Hair
w ith people. Many ey hlently expected a Brush are positively guaranteed
blinding glare of light, as they had pro
vided themselves with colored specta to make straight hair curly in 25
i les or smoked glass Of course there days time.
Thousands of these
was at fitst a general feeling of disap fleet! ic comlm have been sold in
pointment in this respect, although
everyone was willing to admit that he the varions cities of the 1’nion, and
could read with ease in any part of the the demand is constantly increas
square. After a few weeks, however,
Our agents are rapidly be-
when the novelty had worn off. and the
people had tired of staring at the lamps, coming rich selling these combs
the general verdict was highly favora They positively sell on sight. Send
ble to the new light.
Men’s size 35c, ladies'
As the public square lights were re for sample
quired to burn all night, this necssitat- 50c — (half price while we are in
ed pulling fresh cartsms in each lamp troducing them.) The Dr. White
sometime during the night liecause a
The Dr. White Electric Comb Co.,
single set would not last until morning
But the nightly trimming of the lamps Decatur. Ill.
required an extra man and added ma
terially to the cost of lighting. To meet
Job printing—The Times-Herald
this difficulty, 1 devised the "double
carbon" lamp, which afterward grew in
to general use for all-night lighting,
and Icecame famous through much pa
Tropical rd Domestic
Fruits when in Season
when they can avoid it. A full church tient
I ncquallcd quick cure for
at a funeral service is a great compli Throat and Lung Troubles. At
ment to anybody who leaves New York
for the other world. It is an Indication City Drug Store; price So. and 11,
that he was either very rich or very guaranteed
Trial bottle free.
popular. It is not always safe in this
city to count on a large attendance at
the funeral of even a celebrity, states
Gown» and the Law.
New Yorkers are too busy with the The women In America who are per
aitalrs of this life or too Indifferent to mitted to wear frocks with trains as
a end to duties of this kind. So well long as they like will be astonished to
recognized is the disinclination to go learn that in Germany a trailing gown
to funerals tuat th- attendance of only is tabooed. An American lady was ac-
a handful of per» us at a church fu cosied in one of die parks in a German
neral service is not a cause tor chagrin city by a policeman, who bade her hold
j the family of the deceased. They all up her gown, inasmuch as the trailing
know that New Yorkers do not go to damaged the gravel and also, he added,
funerals if they can avoid It.
did the gown no good. She demurred,
Strangers who come to New York are pointing out that, in her opinion, the
more impressed by the importance of damage to the gown was of little conse
the sexton at a funeral than by any quence. At once the policeman pro
thing else, save the small attendance. duced a formidable looking book In
Most sextons here are also undertak which in equally formidable looking
ers. and when parishioners die the German it was stated that to let a dress
funeral preparations are usually hand- drag on the pathway was an offense
against the law.—Washington Star.
: over to them.
Who has not observed their officious
ami hasty trips up anil down the aisles Millionaires Who Began as Peddlers.
of the church before the service begins, The death of two New York million
their .-ollcitude over the order in which aires—Guggenheim and Vogel—who
the family are to enter and the state of began their careers as pedlers is of In
excitement, bordering almost on panic, terest. The opportunity is still there
in which they arrange the departure If the man is of the right sort to em
num the church? The sexton has his brace it. Vogel s ease was particular
hare of enjoyment at every funeral, ly interesting, because he was one of
whether the congregation be large or the numerous successful merchants
-mall, and he is the only person about who have "crossed thfi Bowery," who
a New York funeral who really does have begun in an humble’way on the
go to his work in any but an uninter East side and lived to occupy a sky
ested way. He seems much concerned scraping business bouse in the Broad
The congregation stares about with way district - N. Y. World.
In the Literary Lin».
Last summer a New Yorker, who at
Penman I'd like to put out as
one time had large wealth and was al-
many books in a year as that man
way in |>o -ession of a high social po-
: itlon, died. Eleven persons attended goiug along there does.
Wright Author or publisher?
his funeral. To be sure, he was buried
on a day that separated two holidays.
“Neither; book auctioneer.”—
Many of his friends were near enough Yonkers Statesman.
to the city to come In If they want
Bent Her Double.
A member of several large city clubs
a rich man in a small way, in life a
New Yorker, was buried last fall in
‘‘I knew no one. for four weeks,
the presence of a handful of persons in
a church to which he had belonged for when I was sick with typhoid and
20 years. He had a large family con kidney trouble.” writes Mrs Annie
nection. but they were away or sick or
Hunter, of Pittsburg, P.i ."and when
too little interested to come to his
funeral. So a man whose acquaintance I got better, although I had one of
would have kept him bowing constant the best doctors I could get, I was
ly in the Fifth Avenue church parade
bent" double, and had to rest my
had fewer persons at his funeral than
lie would have greeted on one clear bands on my knees when I walked
From this terrible affliction I was
The little groups that gather at the
rescued by Electric Bitters, which
i hutch door are sometimes too shy to
i nter the vast church and scatter them restored my health and strength,
selves through it. making an occasion and now I can walk as straight as
al head here and there. They wait for
ever. They are simply wonderful."
frlneds to give them courage.
In the same way the funeral party Guaranteed to cure stomach, liver
uaits tor mourners that never come at kidney disorders; at City Drug
until finally, the officious sexton, with
a look of disappointment that more Store, price 50c.
ELECTRIC STREET LIGHTING
A captious eastern editor asks petu«
lantly what the baseball writer of the
Kansas City Journal ¡mans by the fol
1 inker led on for the cubs and
ozoned Evers slammed a clean single
Io left and went to third on Kling s
solitaire to the same place. Kling pur
loined second. Pfeffer sauntered on
four wide ones and the To Let’ signs
were pulled down from all the bases. ’
In our mind’s eye. says the Journal,
we can picture this eastern editor as
he is. Of course he wears whiskers,
and they are probably red and cut Van
Dyke. He parts his hair in the middle
if he has any hair—and wears big,
round glasses. He was the pet of the
family and spent his early youth in
some nice, refined Boston nursery and
never, never played “old-old-caf in
RH kinds of F«’«sh Vegetables in Season,
the alley with boys of his own age. -He
never climbed a telegraph pole to wit
ness the home team 'pedal the bags’’
for a winning game and could not have
experienced the triumphant joy of
chasing a foul ball outside the fence Durklieimer Building.
which, when garnered, entitled him to
a seat on the bleachers.
As the years of his adolescence
passed this editor always kept at his
work during the long, sultry days of
summer, and never longed for a breath
of fresh air. the blood-stirring sight of
the big green diamond and the blessed
privilege of ‘Tooting" for the homo
R. R. SITZ. L awen, Or ^on
team and hurling picturesque maledic
tions at the robber umpire The editor
was studious and carefully avoided
sneaking out to the ball park on a Sat
urday afternoon and telling his confid
ing wife afterward that the reason she
could not reach him at his office was
because his telephone was out of order.
Oh. no. Our captious brother editor
was a model. The result is that he has
allowed the world to go by him. Hu
Certified copy of pedigree
sits in isolated ignorance of the great-
♦•st American institution—baseball.
given with each purchase
The absolute poverty of written lau-
guage to express human emotions waa
probably first exemplified when the
paleozoic sporting writer with his
stylus and his papyrus pad tried to de
scribe the first cocoanut twirling game
between the "Megatherium Mud Eat
ers" and the "Megalosaurus Giants."
Erum that time to this the language of
sport has always been in advance of
the ages. It has outstripped the clas
sical ists. who are bound by rote and
rule. The baseball writer, with his
sleeves rolled up and his trusty type
writer eating on a roll of paper, is a
maker of language. His is nature’s own
method. He gets close to his readers
because he is sublimely free from ham
pering grammatical form and his vo
cabulary is evolved as he goes along.
It weaves itself from the woof of en
circling smoke from his malodorous
pipe, and as he gayly sails out into the
boundless realm of his red and green
imagination he coyly picks the choicest
( Intario ««Hico :
idioms and Hits from flower to flower
in the glorious gardens of budding syn
onym and blooming metaphor.
The baseball writer writes for those
who understand his linguistic vagaries
and revel in the seeming confusion of
his complex phraseology. He is the
journalistic free lance who denies ihe
right of precedent and rides roughshod
over the stickier for literary finish He
knows his readers and they know him
When he says, "Tinker led off for the
cubs and ozoned,” every legitimate,
thirty-third degree "fan grasps imine*
diately the graphic picture thus
I«et the baseball writer alone, In his
very frenzied philology he contributes
Rates $2.00 and $2 50 per day.
a vivid ami refreshing contrast to the
monotonous nt v. 3 pag» s and the weary
ing precision of the nice, round editor
ial sentences. z\nd we who also write
This modern new hotel was only recently opened to the
for a living must confess to a sneaking
admiration for his boldness, his origin
Harney County people will be alw.tys welcome
ality and the easy familiarity of his
A lirst-class bar in connection.
duty which most people seem
take that great re-ue<h ineniiooed
TO SHRINK FROM.
*>y W T Met;,.,. ,,f \;ll,leer, Tnir,
I had a cough, for fourteen years.1
Congregation» at Church Service« on
helped uie, until I t,„.k Ur
Such Occasions Are Generally
King s New Discovery for Contutnp-
Small — Home Obsequies
lion. Cough» and Colds, which gave
New Yorkers do not go to funerals instant relief, and effected a |H-rma-
persons are not to see his splendid ar
rangements. starts the mourners up the
W. E. HUSTON
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