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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1889.
E A STE BN
A D V E RT IS E M ENT
GltOVEIt i LEV ELAND.
BY EDGAR FAWCBTT.
A man in whose tried life we trace
That worth where duty and courage
He spurned the lures of Power and
To choose the victory of defeat.
From him, when sly Discretion
His fearless candors to repress,
An emperor’s purple had not bought
The silence that might mean success.
give notice by
not answer the
t take his paper
Jfor is ma being
'makes the p< si
te r for pav ment
*s paper discoti
ges, or the Pub
aunt il pa\ ment is
ouut whether it
There can be
meat la made
puper from the
is name or tin-
•ribed or not. is
paper stopped ■f
1 io pay for it ii
t pay for what lie
that refusing to
!s from lhe p. s -
________ |e«i for, without
’« powder never varies. A marvel of puri
to prtw* fac ia evidence of ty, Th
b rung'h, ami wli..ii8.»met'CFR. More eco
nomic al Ilian the «>rdinarv kirns and cannot
be sold in compe biun with the multitude of
low tee . short weight, alum or phi Bphate pow
ders. .s>i<i only in chi s . R oyal B aking P ow
der Co., 1(M> Wall si., New York.
TO* figga» <nyyi
In rightful scorn he flung aside
All disingenuous garb of sham;
To laboring thousands, far and wide,
He said, “Behold me as I ami”
A gainst PlhfÄ^acy ’’s cold thrall
I <> iir<Ti»il
protest, high anti pure.
With justice for his pedestal
He rose the Patriot of the Poor!
open a door for you; to make sure
that you have a proper escort after
dark; to take off his hat to you on
the street, as a token of his respect
for womankind; to ask you to
dance with him at a party; to ac
company you to and from Sunday
school, surely you are to please
him. To sew on a stray button;
or mend a rip in his clothes; to
thank him for taking pains to call
for you and bring you home from a
friend’s house; to bow as politely
to him, and accept his gentlemanly
attentions with the same pleasant
smile which you would have for
some one else’s brother.
A boy should Jearn-1* • habit of
^uHtenesg iu «l',circumsi..nc"8
'but if there be one place on earth
where one should use freely his best
manners, it is in his own home.
$2.80 a Year.
THE THIRD ANNUAL FALL RACES.
September 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1889.
Q uarter -M. ile
FIRST DAY—MONDAY, SEPT. 2 d .
D ash —Free for All................................. Purse $150.00
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 d
F ive -E ightii -M ile D ash —For 2-and-3-year-old Colts
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT 4 th .
H alf -M ile H eats —2 in 3—Free for All.......................... Purse 1150.00
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 th .
GOO yards —Free Ar All Harney Co. Saddle Horses....... Purse 1100.00
Human Skin for Shoe-leather Said
But when our tax-wrung lands
to Never Wear Out.
With Freedom’s large electoral From the Chicago Tribune:
FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 th
It haR been whispered around
O ne -M ile D ash —Free for All...............
They that should serve him best, that Win. Gee of 7, North Clark st.,
ì MP«' une <' nr
this city, could and would make
left him with his legioned foes. shoes that were more reliable than
. l . tealie'.
iff Entrance Fee, Ten Per Cent of Purse.
Ah, well could wise old history say any to be had elsewhere in the city,
Le.lle’1 Popular Mo"'hi.
<MF“ Blood Horse Association Rules to govern all Races.
lawlie’i Suuuay Magio. i.
How oft, through Time’s mysterious and Mr. Gee, when approached, ad
' " KK h 4' i Mawudne
£•“ No Money will be given for a Walk-Over.
Fltwm ! Wwalr CaU .......
mitted it was so.
“Purses Hung on the Wire.”
, , , Wwaly FlxamtMr
ATTO R N E Y -AT- L A W. The people, in just this wilful way,
“They’ll never crack on the sides”
’AI.I.U» 1 Wtealy N bw York
Aave turned them from their truest he said, “and they’ll never wear out.
B urns , O r .
P. F. STENGER, Burns, Or
1 Harper’s Magai
They are quite elastic, and shape
1 Harper’. W' ’eekiy
I’rac ir,es in all the courts o’the State,
—From Bclforn'B Magazine for August. themselves to the feet so that there
1 Harper’s Ifacnr
Al.-o, before .be I . .v Land Ottico.
M.... ,.i Har|*r's Young I '• •,
I can be no possible trouble from
Alden*. MaawM < ' î "'h'1'"'. ■
■C.U; 1-tUonal vulua. alter \ : i , ,, o ,
Harper’s Young People
O ffice in L and O ffice B uilding .
An illustrated weekly for boys and
:>rn.Lje, of all theabuv. w.u kn "in be ex
“I believe I'll get a pair," said
I e.auro in th. M smu I ur i .
girls, in the number for July 30, the reporter.
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. D.
Office at hiß resilience on the east side of Sil now in our Reading Room, contains
“That’s right; you’ll never regret
River, ten miles below ltun.ß.
¡blither, of periodic"
the ISth chapter of the serial story it. They’ll wear fo’ever, and fit
>bing raiAt, ■ cupv «I l-ui ..oil. I"
i mir.dtbn aulita Koum—We Bit . .............
“Dorymates,” bv Kirk Munroe; a like moccasins. One doctor 1 know COME ONE!!
Taeni) iti ■eut .very half-vulunæ. uu'i pn.< f. i
S. B. McPheeters, M. D. story by Sophie Swett, with a full- has a pair of slippers he has worn 7
1009 II Et il
lu* rtgtkr s
page illustration by Alice Barber; years, and they are good for an- J
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
(>lfi<c «e W. I". («rares Drugstore.
and a charming sketch by S. Bay other 7. I haven’t much left, but;
DVERTISING KA I I -
tir 1 ;
Dino 6 mo
ard Dod, entitled “My Friend, the 1 have the skin of one white woman
. Lt i«: jro 2 wk IMG
*û.a> BB.00 111 j »
here. I suppose you’d rather have,
4 00 O.flO 12. Ou IN. JO
5.00 n.eo 16.00 24 0U
“The Fate of the ‘Intrepid, ” by S. that than a negroe’s?”
50 6 00 10.00 xo.oo
T. A. McKINNON,
WE HAVE THE TARGETS STOCK OF
no V.OU 10.00 ».0u 4N.U0
G. W. Benjamin, relates a tragic
It was somewhat startling, and if
«1.00 NJ. (to
Any and nu k nos of siirvev ing done on shot
JO MI.W ■a.ixi tiu.oo 11J 00
notit e and rei.s.ii ai-Ie terms. /Of“ Settler incident of the United States expe
the reporter had not had a warning, gWDRY-GOODS,
gWG ROCE RIES,
wiahing to I <
. Hie !, < nn have plu s furnibhe
dition against piracy in the Medit- as to what to expect he would prob
fW BOOTS, SHOES,
I yearly adver- free of char-ic.
i erranean. It is accompanied by a ably have been somewhat flurried.;
Saddle and Harness Shot)- ! spirited illustration by J. O. David Wm. Gee. 7 North Clark street,
(’. WELCOME - P mopmirtob . son.
n io cents per
Chicago, sells shoes made from hu
J. Harrington Keene, an expert man skins.
■ttfon as extra charge per In-
angler, completes his paper oh
He had done it quietly for some
of po.ltIon a cnn.linK render I
to ad. each week in "in in » "h CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r . "Bait Fishing,” and John Kendrick
time, and is now making a pair of
eotype all our advertisements
Bangs has some amusing verses.
low shoes for a Tribune reporter, Look
>.t four publication" o "o i>
yrtlalnBin localcoluimo n . u in,.
from a skin, according to his own
BlkUge. birth, and dew. >o n
A Sermonette on Ktiquette.
—Just received Three Tons of Sugar, which we sell very cheap.
story, front the leg of a woman. A
I«lr Buch Item, atllcited
,ral ratMoflbrudto . .............
From Harper's Young People for July 80:
We have .500 bbls, of best Roller Flour, which we will sell at $7.50 per bbl.
One hardly likes to say the word the Tr bune. Of course Mr. Gee
—Come and see our Large Stock of Calico, Gingham, Muslin, and all kinds of Dry-Goods.
•TO FOREIGN ADVERTHl.Rs
“etiquette” when the question is does not advertise the fact that he I
se^ Bleached and Unbleached Muslin for S cents; Calico, 6 cents; Ginghams, 10 cents; Chev
^Sectfully •eliciting you. | ntr.»• i¡i.
» to keep our rea ieiB j >
of being kind in one’s family. makes shoes from human skin, but iots, 12| cents, and all Other Goods of Every Description and Quality, and Style, in like proportion, but
k I reliable firwB loCvnl with, c . r
» will be Bared b | referrltig Io the E. I). GRAY
Yet if members of the same some of his patrons have been told
itenem. bueil up." .
■ i" n
nd »djolnini connil'.
household used a little more cere that they could have some of »these
mony toward each other, no harm “extremely durable shoes” if they
GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED
would be done.
w ith neat ikes
What true gentleman would treat
These facts were in possession THAT WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK ANI) ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THE VALLEY.
his mother, or his sister with less of the Tribune man, so he prompt
cb , TicKeis,
courtesy than he would a chance ly replied that he preferred the
skin of a white woman. Mr. Gee
V on fite for re
ne r Ad- Promptly executed. The building has been eu ■
No one would greatly respect a took a parcel of yellow leather from
larged and improved and ifi urepared to turn
out rill kinds of blackBiniihing on short notice
boy whose custom it was to let his a case.
and in the best style. Terms: Cash.
trot about on his errands—
“Here it is. It is the last white i
to run upstairs for his handker womau’s 1 have. It is pretty hard
J. NAT. IICDKi'N
II. R. SCHLÄGEL ------ L akeview , O regon .
Red Front Liverv &, Feed chief, fly hither and thither to to get it now.”
W. A. WILSHIRE,
nr filici. .
k®vi I*. .Morion
WILSHIRE * HUDSON.
oh n W. Noble
a young lady when in a certain
“Weil, it’s hard to get it tanned.!
Prepared to do all Kinds of Work in the Blacksmith line.
Horse Shoeing at |2.5t par bead
min F. Tracey
miah M. Rusk
P roprietor . family, the brother sprang up to We used to send it out as pig-skin,
.1!. II. Miller II. CALDWELL, - -
LAKEVIEW AND IIARNEY, OR.
light the lamp for his sister, and but before tanning, it is too easy
distimr’dehed, and tanners are too Thin
. ..... . in the courts of the State,
when the latter attempted to put «nnerwtitioii« I can net the skills «"'i before
the U. 8. I.ami office. Auy I*"1*'
super, liliou. .
cat gtt it
ottice or other bualneu entrusted to tliem will
II. .M itched,
some fuel on the open fire, quickly, much easier than I can get them receive prompt attention,
-BUGGIES, W A G 0 N 8, E T C.,->
MW-LAND CASES SOLICITED.
and kindly, took the wood from her tanned.”
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNK8N, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
iW. M< Brine,
uli. ’A. Webb,
A L L WORK W A R R A N T E D.
“I know a man who used to be
“You wouldn’t catch my brother
a medical student, anil he supplies
P. l ord,
being so polite to me!” she said.
V. J. MILI.EII,
them to me. He is a practising
ATTORN E Y-AT-L A W.
“So much more shame to your physician now.”
Is our motto. Good P.uggv Teams, and Nice
wf .. L B. I son
Harney City, Oregon.
A question as to who the medical
Saddle Horses Furnished at Reasonable Charges brother!” I thought.
.J. L. R and ,
Will practice in all the State Courts.
and Partit u.nr Attention paid to the Boarding
and Gr««omingof Transient Stock. Hay A Grain
a certain care over his sister, even suspicious, and the matter was
O. W G1L1I.M
dropped for a moment while the re
. J. 1. BMiuu.
if she be older than he. As a rule, porter’s foot was being measured.
.,.W. S.. '.KA. r.
L.V. J. M ills «
CANYON CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
he is physically stronger, and con
“What are the peculiar advan
L ytle H o . arl
I.. T. H. janirw
sequently better able to bear the tages of human skin? ’ ventured the ßLACKSMIT^ §HC>p
reporter after a while.
burdens of life than she.
.(D)fK"A A. < o .IS"
“It never wears out,” replied Mr.
JDI...W . A lkekhon
I . B. B arer
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
- . - . -
P roprietor !.
Gee, “and it never cracks. It is
VAN. S. CURTIS, P rot ’ r .
m . M eekf . r
than the chivalrous protection that tie* most durable of any leather.
CANYON CITY, OREGON
L ou . J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
some boys (bless them!) cast about You can wear it for years. It I
. F. S nelling
M. To., a
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—hiskies, Brandies,
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., »’¡gars, etc., always on hand when
nothing is so attractive to other comfortal 'e shoe.”
and Wagon work
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
girls as to see a boy polite to his
“No;" I haven’t had much to do £^^HorBcaboeing Gß-OO a ßpan.
Office: Canyon City and Bums. sister.
lately You ste.it isn’t generally
_ Î. O. O. F.
As for you, dear girls, you would known, anti then I find it^hard to
Ber- Saturday at
never be so rude as to fail to ac get the skins tanned, now.”
NN »N, N. G.
The reader of the above can
knowledge any courtesy which your
readily comprehend the advisibili-
tv of subscribing to the East Ore
deem it extremely unladylike not gon Herald, if he wants to know
COATSWORTH A TREGASKIS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
to thank any person who gave up who the sacrilegious doctor ie, and
C. A. SNOW & CO.
his more eligible seat for your com how the reporter liked to walk
Patents oM.lned. sn.l .11 ps'ent hnsln. ss.trended to
fort, or who helped ycu ac oss an around with his pedal extremities
opp. she -he U. H. Patent olBce. and we e.n obtain tn 1«.
icy spot on the sidewalk, you would
remme from W.ahlntrton Bend Mmlel or Drawing.
man’s leg—if it ev«
T« :>» ■’
of chary and we make no charge
’’•J'"*Order Division, end ««
blush to be less grateful for a simi Subscription price is only 42 .>O a
» ■ rl :'r'r
Wc Mer Mr. to th- Poettneeter.
-d ref.re.ee. to M»wU
rear We haven’t learned how the
Offlcl.t. Of the V H. r.'ent Offlte. Tor tin ular. ad. h ejrn.
clicntsin j our own State or county, write to abo.e addreee.
'shoes sell, hut the russet« at Durk- Twenty Years axperience. Reasonable
heinter's look a good deal like em. I charges.
J ob work .
«T. IDTXT’IsLtLeimei? db Co.
THE DREWSEY SALOON.
MIDWIFE & NURSE.