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of these nice blotters of
take a drink, or get drunk on Sun
already made men
dav, than on Monday, or any other
day of the week? And why not, tion shows a winged cherub carry
A cordial Invitation I. extended each and
while you’re akicking, give the ing a Dictionary Holder under one
every Reader o II iik H xkaz .» to contribute
to this department of the paper, on any subject
houses arm and saying: “I am making a
of general interest. We clahu the right to ac
cept or reject any part ortho whole, but nut to
around? Is it any more
Id Horn change the ideal presented. We prefer articles
buy on the Sabbath, a drink o> i flying trip in the interest of educa
over the writer'« own »¿«nature, but non» de
plume« are admissible. Wu do not hold our
whisky thana plug of tobacco, or tion. The basis of education is the
selves responsible for the opinions advanced
a calico dress? Do you remember dictionary, and the base of the dic
poK COUNT -KAT OF HARNEY COUNTY: by w riters under the above caption.
what the Bible says about choking i tionary should be a Noyes Holder.
W ashington letter .
at a knat and swallowing a Ha"‘ I The valuable unabridged is of lit
mill, or something of that sort. |
‘Oh consistancy thou art 11 jewel, tle value unlcai it is getata'de (look The Leadine Merchant ofc
President Harrison introduced
T he H erald starts out anew
we are sc prone to think things just this word up). A book held edge
next week, in its third volume, and an innovation in White House cus
as we would have them, without re up gets full of dust, soiled and
CLOTHING h « i I
as hitherto, the readers will find it toms this week, that is deeply re
membering everything hastwoti les, spoiled unless hugged together with
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIFg £ ft
specially interesting, as the repre
except it be round."
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKm*1 ‘ I
“Sophronia, I believe you are right,, strong springs. Only the Holders
sentative newspaper of the Harney believe that the dignity of the Pres
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY tr ?1’ «
and we are trampling on our own , manufactured by La Verne Noyes, SULTANA RAZORS, AND “I X L”’f t
idential office should be increased
Soplironin Makes Clear the Church's privileges, and sadlv neglecting our the originator and inventor of Book
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND Au I '“
instead of lessened. To such peo
Lack <>t* N ucccbh .
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTIO? —
Holders, have such springs." Send
T he Portland World,democratic ple it was a positive shock to find
“1 am truly gla*l you think so to him, at Chicago, a two-eent
• I- : :
to the backbone, only $1 from now that the President had had him “La sakes! Sophronia, what did Mr. Byrd, one of the building com
to June, 1890.
self interviewed by a newspaper on you think of the Basket social, last mittee, told me himself that the sa
loons subscribed liberally toward in return this series of blotters.
the election returns, in order to try night?”
the church, and he had never one
J udge I son was on his death-bed and counteract the dampening ef
time asked the saloon men for help
Great foresight was shown by
in Vale at latest accounts. We fect they had upon his party asso and wasn’t pleased.”
“Why, that’s queer, Sophronia but that he got it; isn’t that speak Demorest’s Magazine in publishing
trust the attack was only one of the ciates, and, also, to furnish them
ing pretty well for those men.’ ten vears ago, when an Internation
how could you be both?”
prostrating phases of the terrible with a cue to explain the crushing
“Well, I think the baskets were They have hearts just the same as al Exhibition was talked of, a map
disease that has him at its mercy defeat away. If President Harri pretty and nice, and the lunch very we have, and recognize the right? of the identicle site that has now
at any hour.
son really believes, as he says he good; with these I was very much of society, and as I told you, are been chosen by the New \ ork Com
always willing to aid us in any mittee for the World’s Fair of 1892.
does, that the result of the elections pleased.”
In the November number of this fa
“Ah! indeed, but what displeased
< i .via,: I rvine , of Sa.t Francisco, held last Tuesday was not intended
“I see the point, Sophronia, and mous Magazine (just issued) this
am truly sorry for my selfishness.
writes the Albany (Or.) Democrat as a verdict upon his administra you?”
----- BEST AND CHEAPEST^
“So few baskets, and so few per I now seisjrhat you mean by mal plan is reproduced, handsomely ex
tion, then he has not the semte that
the following terse sentences:
T he B est S tories —Our stories and novelet» are from
ice, prejudice, etc.”
are Admitted to be the best published. For lS'.h), such writ».««.
“History shows that almost every De has generally been credited with* sons preseht.”
man, Frank Leu Benedict, Ahec Maud Ewell, Ella HiwhL» ?* Mi*
“And further more, Lizzie Jane, includes all the buildings and the contribute
sonic of their beat productions. Eight novel» •« LT'.1
government that has been over by even his opponents. A curious many baskets, or many people when we first started the church laying out of the grounds, and, to will be given
during the jear.
thrown has owed its downfall to the coincident in the same paper is an there, but how are we going to help building, things generally got tan make it more comprehensive, a map T he B est H gunkiiolu D epartment .—Einbiacing »rtlclci nnu
dressmaking, the garden ki chi n, und *>ther subjects invslusblei?j‘jk AD’
discontent excited by overtaxation. interview with Mr. Halford, the that?”
gled. Mr. Grannis did not have of New York City is also givon. T he B est F ashion D epartment —Giving the latest and
house wear, fully described, illustrated by handsomecolonT1
It, also, shows that almost every in President's private secretary, which
“We might remedy the lack of the papers in proper form, and, we gives a better idea of the site than and
wood-engraving»; a’»o, a full size drers pattern monthly.
B est F ancy W ork P atterns —Many of them printed 1« i-H
surrection and civil war has been in sentiment is precisely the same attendance, and increase the num
promised by the church, until the
due to the same cause—and it has as that with the President. These ber of baskets, if we only lay aside papers were in proper order, that lished. Everybody should possess T he B est S teel ENGRAViNH-‘ Peteraon” is now the only mi™.. .L’
made no difference whether the tax interviews are regarded here, even prejudice, malice, and a whole lot gave us a back-set, and a great many this number, if only for this feature. all T engraving».
he C heapest
V" mncszin«» »Hi.
axx much of ilte,*S22k
of other rubbish, and work to
es wer. direct or indirect, the discon by Republicans, as a very weak and gether for the good of the church, become discouraged; and, also, the
TERMS: $2.00 A YEAR IN ADVf *£'“S
tent has arisen from the hardships undignified attempt to fool the ami our own personal happiness and church was to be built and com throughout the entire Magazine.
pleted for twelve hundred dollars,
ELEGANT PREMIUMS FOR GETTIV,
produced by over taxation. It is, country. Republicans of promi enjoyment.”
“‘“■"i Ucr and
tains some fine portraits of those
|c,.ri0 |With a lianCuomeerT«oo,vn
“Good sakes, Sophronia. what’s according to the Residing Elder’s with whose names and books we ac.ipim
therefore, a great misfortune to our nence openly admit that the result
own statement, when he examined
J6.40 ¡With an extra
country that our people allow them of the election is a stinging rebuke this you’re givin’ me? What do the papers, and footed up the Lilis. are so familiar. Theopening chap «' '•>»■!« a
'J.OO (the getter up of ilntta
selves to be so burdened; so delud to the administration and its meth
We have paid out more money ters of a serial (“Fiend or Fool?), ZCupns
than that amount, and not entirely Ly J. II Connelly, are given, prom
ed that they are indifferent to the ods. Old soldiers quietly chuckle
For Larger Clubs, still finer prefe$n’,®nu(J
“Why did you interrupt me? I out of debt yet. We couldn’t make ising to develop into one of the best
Send for h »ample copy with full particular». Adduig
cost of maintaining the government, | anil whisper, “I told you so,” to one was trying to explain the matter.
the contractor responsible, for lie of that well-known author’s stories.
and are hushed into the belief that; another,
Now, Lizzie Jane, how many fami wasn’t worth it. and we thought it
The rejoicing among Democrats lies are there in Burns?”
it makes no difference how many
would be an injustice to make his is beautifully illustrated by J. Car
T he H erald and Peterson one year #3.60,
millions of dollars are wasted un
“Why, I don’t know; let me see, securities responsible, neither would
necessarily, so long as these mil nothing else but the tidal wave, and there’s Misters Welcome, Grace, Mc it be right or just to try to defraud numerous other articles and stories.
xitx ? 8
Fine illustrations constitute a fea
lions are scattered among the peo they all see in it an auspicious sign Gowan, Geer, Broadv Johnson, the mechanics who worked on the ture of this Magazine; and in the
ple. We hear it said on every side, for the greater fight in 1892. They Caldwell, Byrd—oh, it is too much
November number there are over
even by those who should know argue that if nine months of Harri
nia. but let’s guess at it? Say thing just as soyn as possible. Tak one hundred of them. It is cer
better, that it makes no difference son's administration has brought twenty-five or thirty.”
all these into consideration you sec tainly the cheapest >2.00 Magazine
in the market. Published by W.
about our expenditures so long as ! about these results, four years of it
“Very well, twenty-five families, we have a work to perform, and let Jerming Demorest, 15 East 14th GOOD FOR ONE PATTERN of the Dlirotolre Haaqar.h !
the cash is spent among ourselves. I will wipe the republican party out let’s put two baskets to each fami us lay all envy, malice, prejudices,
(Run n pen or pencil through the Mie Io. ie num
and our dislikes aside, and go to Street, New York.
ly—that will be fifty baskets.”
But it ought never be forgotten of existence.
for return postage to “DEI ./¡¡¿d"
that every dollar of national ex The navy department has accept “My goodness! so it would, So if all the women take the matter in
MAGAZINE, 15, East 14th«t.,Nw
The I Huul ( ourFC.
pense must be paid by the people— ed the cruiser “Charleston,” and phronia!”
This pattern will be a full-size pattern of thewM9|
hand the men will help us, for where
Mrs. Greathead—“Why is it that
lift the penalties to be determined
“There, Lizzie Jane! Why did women are till interested men will
the laboring people chiefly.
by special arrangement with the E ast O rfw HHF
since you were nominated for an The Holder
of thi» “Order” may be assured of the value of the
Human genius has never been upon at the final settlement with yon speak up, and interrupt me follow.”
of these obtained through the “Order” »'atom in the FnihionDq
able to devise any form of taxation the contractors. The cruiser “Balt again, just as I was getting inter
“Well I must go, Sopronia. Good heavily?”
£4^ln »ending this • Order” to obtain the pattern,
that does not weigh most heavily imore” will have another trial next ested in what I am wanting tu make night.”
Mr. Greathead—“Can’t be helped . W. JENNINGS DEMOREST: Enclosed find
on the toiling masses, except a light week, to see if »he can develop the easy and simple for your benefit?”
“Good night. Come again, and m' dear; I musht spend in’ time and two cents for return postage, for which pleat:
“Well, well! go ahead with your we’ll have another chat.”
tax on luxuries and on incomes. required horse power.
’mong the boys, m’ dear, an’ try t’ Basque of the size marked out above.
rat killin’—I’ll try to hold my
But even this tax must be very
prove to them I’m worthy of the
carefully adjusted, or else the rich
suffrages o’ the people m’ dear.”—
will evade it by sonic system of chi by the Post-office department in an
“Now let me see, fifty baskets in
New York Weekly.
swer to advertisements inviting pro town, wasn’t it?”
Z. (or tl
To keep posted
The enormous revenue raised by posals for furnishing a new design
Read T he H erald .
government to defray its extrav-' for postal cards. A committee de
“And in the country round near
Towiv ----------------- A il « imi
agant expenditures are procured i cides upon the most artistic.
—If you want your horses neat-
by the most cunningly devised I
“In the country, Sophronia, why— ly groomed, put up at the Red Front
scheme of swindling the poor that | Delegate Dubois, of Idaho, thinks
Livery stable, when you come to
has ever been invented. Under it' that Territory will gain admission
the millionaire in his palace pays! to the Union this winter. There try certainly; from the country
[N B. Cut the above pattern out by the black
—The Parker House is making
less tax than does the poor dray seems no good reason why she should folks we should have at least twen
rected: enclose it and a 2-cent stamp in envtkp^H
its lodging rooms snug and warm
man in his tenement rooms, for it ' not.
put no letter in with it, your Order will be honored'^””
sum total of seventy-five baskets. for the coming winter.
comes off the necessaries of life.
Secretary Rusk asks in his an Lizzie Jane, don’t you think coun
How is it that it is maintained 1 nual report just published, that 300 try people like a church just as
T he H erald , and Free P;e>s fj
The most pcpular Weekly News
without a standing army to keep
well as town people? And it is four months, if you order in this o paper in the United States, the
down insurrections? For two rea acres of the Arlington estate he their duty anil should be their > next month, for only 90 cents.
largest circulation, and the only
sons: 1st. people will endure vast turned over to the Agricultural de pleasure to assist in anything that
strictly Weekly Newspaper that
ly more of oppression from their own I partment for an experimental fruit is gotten up for the benefit of the
T he H erald has ordered addi ever succeeded in obtaining and
government than any other; 2d, the farm. He, also, recommends a
church. Lizzie Jane, why was our tional supply of new display type holding year after year a circula
the vast expanse of new cheap land
tion in every state and territory
serves as an outlet over which the
per in the county.
(and nearly every county) of the
“Why, I suppose, Sophronia, to I
oppressed many may disperse. But cattle and dressed beef.
F. E. II eauh . President.,
I W m .
C ome in and see a copy of the United States. All the news, bet
for these preventives we must long
Ex-Secritary Bayard was mar
E. H ughes , Vice-President,
| W. F.
“Certainly, so that old and young, fine 42 column agricultural paper ter departments and more first-
ago have had insurrection—upris ried here yesterday, at 1 o’clock.
entertaining and instructive
ing that can only end in military The ceremony was very quiet, be saint and sinner can hear the gos “Home and Farm” we arc offering class
than any other dollar pa
control and despotism.
pel and be taught morality. But all new subscribers to T he H erald reading,
ing attended only by the family and that is not all.”
Slavery was not the only thing
gW“List. of Directors and Stockholders attl»1 JI
“Well, what next?”
the American people are capable of ! few close friends of the bride, Miss
cutting each others throats about. Clymer, and groom. The newly
“You know, Lizzie Jane, there are
It is not desirable to be the bear In December we shall commence
Let some great labor strike inter married couple left immediately af but few Christian men in this neigh er of evil news; and that one has i publication of the most powerful
fere with the continental traffic ter the ceremony for a short tour borhood. What view of the ease, such a disposition, or does it will, temperance serial story of modern
long enough to force the govern It is expected they will spend the when the church was building, do ingly, is a mark of a bad heart.—Ex times. The well known author of
ment to draft farmers to shoot riot
you suppose the most of this class
the Boy Traveler series of books,
ers, and we may find ourselves in winter in this city.
of men took?”
Col. Thomas W. Knox, is now en
Mahone and Foraker get scant
the throes of a civil war as sudden
“Well, I guess, Sophronia, I can’t THANKSGIVING 1’KOCI.AMATION. gaged in writing this story, for
ly as in 1861. Causes of great dis sympathy from Rcpublieahs here. tell—can you?”
To the end that public acknowl , which we pay a royal sum. We
satisfaction are preparing us with They are charged with having in
want this story to have the wide
out our knowledge, are pointing to vited certain defeat rather than
Have the Largest Establishment in Eastern*^
sidered, talked, and thought in this His unnumbered mercies, I do here ; circulation it deserves. In the in-
results as dearly as the Kansas
trouble pointed to their fuller de give up their schemes for jjersonal
lounge, we can go to the saloons, to I
velopment in 1861.”
T hursday , the 28Tn day of N o especially the young men of every
It is admitted by State depart the stores, or can sit on the corners
vember , 1889,
community in this broad land
and whittle dry-goods boxes, and
"HF. IS NOT WITHOUT ItONOK. *C." ment officials that U. S. Consul
talk politics, religion, or anything As a day TJl of Thanksgiving, and I should be urged by those who have
Last year T he E ast O regon ' s Lewis, who was recently under in we’ve a mind too, but our wives ' would remind the good people of an interest in them, to read this
H erald ’ s Harney Valley adv. had vestigation by the department, daughters and our sisters, it would this Commonwealth that no expres story. The other features of the
not look very ladv-like in them to sions of gratitude can bo more ac Weekly Blade need not be stated
a very entertaining description of failed to clear himself of the charge i ■ do
here. They are well known. Send
so, so it is nothing but right, jus-
Malheur eave attached, written by of dishonorably raising money j I tice, and our duty to help what we ceptable to Heaven than arc gifts for a free sample copy and see for SPORTING GOODS, & Cutler) tifivi
in aid of the poor.
G. C. Dunean, an old East Orego 1 through his official position. It is, [can to build a church; there we
In testimony thereof, I hereunto
have a place for our women and sign my name and cause the seal
nian. This year our exchanges arc
SrEAKiNG of S pecimen C opies
Tinware, Glass, Paints and Oils.f^
taking it up and introducing it with reprimanded by the Secretary of| children to go to attend church, of the State to affixed at the city We invite every reader of this pa Deering Binder. Ac.gW*Communication« *n*
J State, ami yet he has been allowed Sunday school, church festivals of Salem, this 4th day of November. per and every reader of this county,
Orders with this House if you want to c' ultui
out credit, in this wise:
fairs, or anything that is common A. I). 1889.
"G. C. Duncan, an Eastern ex
or proper to be held at churches.’”
S ylvester P ennoyer ,
b irst, write us a postal card imme
plorer recently in Oregon, in writ Morocco, as a United States consul,1
I declare, Sonhronia, I
Governor. diately for a S|»ecimen copy of the
ing about the Malheur eave, among with the vague understanding that think ell,
begin to see what you are
By the Governor: G eo . W. Mc- W eekly Blade that you may get a
other things, says.’’—States Rights he is to resign in the near future. driving I at.
but the saloons, Sophro- bride , Secretary of State.
full discription of Knox’s temper
Democrat, which gives 24 lines.
I don’t think our men have
ance serial story, “Teetotaller Dick.”
“The following was written by G. It's hard to understand such pro- nia.
Second, write us again about De
C. Duncan, acuriostity hunter who , cecding». If the man was guilty any business going there.”
Be Sur« to Get It Now.
“You don’t, and why not? Isn’t
recently visited Oregon. In time he should have been dismissed.
cember 1st for another free specimen
no doubt the fame of this wonder The machinery of the Southam i it lawful to havesueli places? That hHnt written by Col. Thor W. Knox for pub of the Blade, and we will send you
TOILET A R TI C I. E S, G L A
ful cave will spread and cause it to Exposition at Montgomery, Ala being the situation, just as gener lka*ion in the Toledo Blade, tocommei c? ear a paper containing the opening
ous, kind-hearted, benevolent men ly in December. Col. Knox ia tie'l known n« chapters of the story. Send the
Is1 an object of much interest:"—Or
author of the ‘Boy Traveler.’’ aeries, and
egon Scout. Malheur Gazette, which bama. was set in motion by tele as we have in town or community, the
hia new rory will be a revelation to people of names and addresses of all your W. E. GRACE. I’uoPKiHToii,
graph, by President Harrison. last
itdd 65 lines.
e:aaaca on both «idea of the temperance' friends at the same time.
pelled to get drunk when he gorti ad
qu* a ion. Send postal card to • The Blade, Tol
Ct NFIDF.NTIAL To AGENTS.
Now, “Encle George," since thro' Tuesday at noon.
A Large Assorti»«“1 01
into a saloon. If any one wishes edo, Ohio,” for free specimen copy containing
The sickest looking men in Wash to get intoxicated, it is not neces opening chapteia. Send r am eg of al your
T he H erald you are becoming
Anybody can earn ten dollars
to-day, are the republican sary that he should go to a saloon frfer.da, a’a.-. See adv. in another column.
known far and wide as a great
very quickly by raising clubs for
erald and Blade, one year each, h r
Eastern explorer (to have said you clerks in the department who went to get the whisky."
the Blade. We are now paying
were an Oregon explorer would have
lias just been Receifd
se/ them whisky on Sunday."
offered by any newspaper. We
given your words little weight) let’s applicable to the Ohio men.
“Ah! indeed. Lizzie Jane, that’s
want agents everywhere. Write us
The Presidential proclamations the sticking point with yon. is it?
have votir long sine»' promised
for confidential terms to agents.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS ( A--
declaring Montana ami Washing- Now, tell me. is it any more harm to twelve volumes, for < nly $3.5o.
Address. The Blc.de, Toledo. O.
Evcrvthir.g guarantied jure i*1*!
COMMUNICATIONS BY OUll READERS.
ton, States, will not be issued until
complete officials returns of the late
elections in those States are received
by the President. The two Dako
tas was simultaneously admitted
Corporal Tanner enjoyed reading
the election returns, much more
than the President, or Secretary No
ble. He would have been more
than human not to have indulged
in “ghoulish glee,” as he surveyed
The President reminds one of
the man who told Noah to “go
on with your old ark, its only a
Cheapest House in Eastern Or^
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