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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1894)
N ews I n G eneral
Family Arrwted for Stealin
Agents to sell o:ir choice and har
R otse , Idwho, Jan. 30.—Jain*F dy Nursery block. Wehavemanv
Sims, his five son* and his biothei new special varieties, both in fruits
Wiljiam have been arrested in and ornamental»- to offer, which ar<
T|iey Would Die Together.
Logan county in connection with controlled only by us. We pay
Griffin cattlestealing‘c.cse. 0 commission or salary. Write us at
At one time if a Japanese gi
rried a foreigner she was decap t ’ Johnson, the Logan county cat once for terms, and secure choice
"tated* A Portuguese gentleman tie king, claims there has been a of territory.
probable the first European to gang at work robbing him of cattle
M ay B rothers , Nurserymen,
marry a daughter of the land of the for years, and he is determined to
Rochester, N ¥>.
crysanthemum with impunity. H
ffent there thirty years ago and fell follow. and the case promises to be
A high-class iilustriiteii loom I I v
in love with a Japanese girl. Her one of the most. Sensational of its magazine in the home is rm longer
parents warned her of the fatal con- kind eyer tried in Idaho.
a luxury. It is a necessity, and to
sequences of marrying him. He
iiHW’t the demands created by tlijs
was young and ardent,and she ro
necessity, THE COSMOPOLITAN
a. i t ■
THE BEST f ’ MAG AZINE, giving yearly, hs it
IS THE SAFu
"If vou agree to marry me I will
iNVESTMEr does, 1536 pages of reading by the
die with you.” he said.
1 EVER MADE
ible|st living authors, with over
•‘Then 1 will marry you, die or
1200 illu“trations by clever artists
ve,’’ the nretty maiden said.
has stepped into the breech, with
He was a Roman Catholic, and
a reduction in its price that has
he had promised his parents not to
startled the literary world.
marry wutof his religion.
The H erald , fully alive to th»
• Will you join the church?”
needs of its patrons, has made
special arrangements with this
"Join anything,” she said. i
superb monthly, whereby it wil
receive orders for yearly subscrip
They eloped and visited the
lions to both publications combiner
nearest priest, who advised ;h on
for the sum of $3 IK)V
against their fatal marriage, but to
The price of the great illustrated
monthlies in the past has beet;
fhcro aro a’nglo retail ah«o atorealn our l.r <
“She cannot be baptised, con eitlca which eel 1 2,000 pair* of chocs a d.iy, makii. $3.00 and $4 00 a year, aim they
a net protitof $250,000 a year. Wcacli abocolui
firmed and married the same day,” but v.o Bell a great many pairs, the clear profit < were to be found only in the mor<
our ladles’, tniasea* and childrens’ shoes is r.t I r.
I n cents a pair, and on our mens’ and bo\ s' a!:>
said the priest.
pretent ions homes. Our offer fur
1 > cents a pair. We shall establish shoe stor< e i
“She mu8t,”said the lover.
each of the fifty largest cities of the U. 8., a: d ’
nishes a help to all families, i><
they sell only 300 pairs of shoes a day they v.
"1 must,” she said, “for we both < ern $>25,' 00 a year. We should bo able to paV matter how modest their means,
yearly dividend of $5.25 a share, or over ¿0 perci r/
die to morrow morning. ’
a year on Iho lnv< stinei.t. We a< 11 the stock at f
to keep in touch with the great t
i chare, The price mint Inevitably I e much I"' :
The priest waived a few c
f‘ aa f 1t r.'tar-. No r.'.ock has ever been sol i ; ' minds of the world, as The Cosmo-
i;ss th an till price, which la i.a par value. S: c..
i on-awessai.lc. Ineor^iorated. Capital $!,00>f,C . jjiolitau has today the strongest
ma>y rules to tit. the occasion
Wo bate c r l.' OO stocl.lio'.dcrs, a::d the numb«.
performed all three cerrmonie
Is increas:::.; dally, home of tlio principal etovl.- regular staff of any existing period
haiders arc : T S. Wall eg.
5’.! I. J Potter, Ik--tv- ; ical.
Send orders to
A. Itreil. J ' < aleago; J. It. Van- l>- It. Chicago; IV. 1
once, and then interceeded for
fc i s auzh. Untie It.H-k. Ark.: I. II. Ki: !>■ Chicago; J. I
T ur II fuaid
bride’s life. The mikado de<
Creek. Mich. ; F. 1’. Ilullctte, Arcade. N. 5 .
Write for a prospectus containing the names of I
that he could not behead the Por our stockholders, etc., or send rrn order ¡or flock, 1
i rnc'oxing caehier't check, canh nr moiiry or'"' r.
tuguese. but the girl shou d die.
Orders taken for one or more shares, l’licc, $lu |
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The priest warned him, saying DEXTER SHOE CO., ’V,’^T<V” "
Af/enl» II <r>t. e<l
“She is now a Portuguese, too, and
Wanted in every county to estR!'
you had better postpone! the de
lish a corset parlor for the sale o
capitation until you have conferred
Dr. Nichols’ Celebrated Spiru
with tfm Portuguese government.”
Spring Corsets and Clasps.' Wagee
Tmie was granted. The priest
$40 to $75 per mmithand expenses
We furnish complete'stock on con
pl aded. Th.- Portuguese govern
signment; settlements monthly
Caveats. Trade-marks. Design Patents, Copyrights, $3 Sample Corset tree.
After a correspondence which f
And al! Patent butlines* conducted for
cents postage for sample and terms,
lasted five years, and in which the,
Nichois Mfg Co., 378 Canal St
cn to Inventors wltkoM New York
Lritish, American and other con-! InforTNAtion and r:
suis ¡md representatives took much charge. Addreaa
PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
interest, the young woman was pel-
DKXTER RIIOR CO., Ine’p- Capital, tl.DM.DM>
MSST BI.BO SHOE IN THE WORLD.
mitted to live.
••A dollar eared tv a dollar tamed.”
Thia I.a<lie*' Solid French Ihmaola Kid But
Mr. La Rosa, the happy husband,
W ashington . D.C. I ton Boot delivered free anywhere In the U S.,oa
O. Box 4«S
receipt oK’aab, Money Order,
is now in busiii Ms with a family
or Foetal Note for $1.40.
.^n-i-any is manam-d by a combination of
Equate every way the boot*
surround ng hi n —Welcome
.oat Influential newspapers In th.
•old tn all retail atom for
our exchanges .
♦ I, ,,
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Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
t .oexpres. purpose of prwseet-
McrllM-ns agalnut unscrupulous
I', il A.ent», and each paper
’■ rtts 'mcnt vonelie.forth« resnonsi-
.ny -nd U.,'h»uouU.,-of tAc Pre—‘Salma Compan».
We make thia boot
ouraeivea, therefore we paar
antre the Jtt, etyle and wear,
and if any one la not Mtiatled
we will refund the money
or aend another pair. Opera
Toe or Common Benue,
width a C, D. B, k BE.
aliea 1 to I and had
izea Send your eiaa;
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma
THREE HOOD REASONS
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lst-Itis the eading Paper
of Harney County.
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w »ee SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, DYS
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Disease commonly comes on with slight
symptoms, which when neglected increase
in extent and gradually grow dangerous,
RAFE8T DIPAT All. TIMF8.
i CERTAIN DEATH TO TICKS, LICE,Etc
BEST CUBE FoR SCAB.
■ 2nd--lt is the largest
I Paper in the County &
! has the largest circu
Improves the Wool, and in
creases the quantity.
I .One gallon mixed with cold water
hunk les 100 gallons of »trong wash
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