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VOL. V 1 í.
BURNS. HARNEY GDI NTY, UKi.t.uN, MAY
has a little yellow dog with
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vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
c urns-Canyon Stage Line
The King of Liver Medicines.
“ A3 old as
8triii,j.e passion for flowers, und thia 1
has caused him to come to
grief nearly every day of his life.
and proven” ’The dog, after making sure that
is tile verdict 'the coast is clear, will go into the
o f millions. .garden and pluck a number of
Howers and after bunching ih-m
will lie down and go to sleep with
lator is the
his •t nose in them. His favorite
only Li .-er
flower is the rose, and he will in-1
variably bite the stem in two four
or five inches below the bl >>s< in
can pin your
and will be careful not to Injure the
faith for a
lf he sees a Hower beyond his
he will jump against the
tive, a ml
purely veg bush until he has borne th»* stalk
etable, act- [down so that he can reach it with
ing directly his mouth, and lias done this so
on the Liver often that hr is becoming quite an
neys. Try it. expert. He is often seen wander
Sold hy all ing around the garden with pome
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder choice flower in his mouth, but
to be taken dry or made into a tea. never manifests any desre to de-
«^-Copies of all the above works can be ex
amined at leisure in the Reading Room.
•‘1 have used yourslnmi ins Liver Regu
lator u id c.i 1 conaedenciously say it is the
king <>f all I i ver medicines. I consider It a
medl-Inc'-liest I11 itself.—Ggo. W. J ack -
S on , Tacoma, Washington.
haj llie Z Ctamp In red on wrapper.
The Mission Of Infidels.
istrov the flower. All his actions
•indicate that he enjoys the perfume
of the flowers, and his esthetic
. taste is not satisfied unless be can
I rub his nose in a bunch of roses.—
Seattle Pn-ss TimeR.
CoilliiR On Their Doors.
I. J ewitt , P roprietor .
Arrives and Departs daily, except Sunday.
KN oxvii . lf . Tt on , May 3 —A lit
They have never organized society tie
( wonder, coffin pinned on the cabin
Cannot be overheated and has no equal.
'established peace and order in ant | door of every nonstriker in Coal
First Premium Seattle Wash., First Premium Los Angeles Cal.
°X“ I P^e on the earth They h .ve es
. ,,ul,c, v*. uiv-suum ,
I Creek district was the sight that
Pend for illustrated catalogue of Thorough bred Poultry
secretary of Treasury
John O. Carlisle | I tablished no civil institutions, no
met the gaze of coal miners this
hatching, Poultry Supplies, English Setters, Irish Setters, Fox
Secretary of War
Daniel S. Lamuut
morning when he opened bis door
lecretary of Navy
... Hilary A. Heibert
Terriers, Skye Terriers and Pugs.
•eeretary of Agriculture.
J. sterling Morton no system of education, and no in
About. 200 miners in the Coal
Kicharu S, < ilney stitution of learning that deserv<
Our stock has won 83 premiums in the last three seasons.
. .. Wilson 8 Bigsell
Creek district have positively re
the name. Even the literature of
Mention this paper.
Caldwell & Larkins,
J. N. Dolph the country has almost been entire fused to quit work, and the striking
1510 Front St. Seattle,
miners are verv mad and openly 1
I Birtger Hermann ly left to the believers in the Bi I le
.................. , w. R. Ellis
’breaten to drive them out. The
. D.Sylvester 1‘ennoyer
It is an easy work to pull down
Secretary of State
. R Geo. W. McBride
Phil. Metschan. civil government,subvett the found
lupt. nolle Instruction R
.J. B. .McElroy
way of telling the nonstrikers w hat
R ......... Frank Bakei ation of organization, condemn the I
will become of thorn if they do not |
) K. 8. Bean.
• apreme Judges ....................... I Wm. p. Lord means of enlightenment and objec*
' soon come out. As a result of this
> F. A. Moore
to them . It is an easy matter to i
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
warning the operators of the c m
D .. M. D. C lifford deny everything and prove nothiny
■ is ,net Attorney .............. D
C has . F. H yde
oanv, where nonstrikers are at
L m Representative
A. W. Cowan to doubt, vacilate and fear
.(D)..H enry B lackman
work, have furnished Winchesters
an easy matter to distrust.fill others
for eyerv man who wants to work. 1
with distrust, destiny confidence,! i
«ounty „adge ..........
W m . M ii . lrk
P. L. Shideler throw everything into confusion
--(!<) ........... I. 8. Geer
(R) .......... J H. Nesi , and uncertainty
STENGER & McGOWAN
Murdered By Her Husband
8. W. Miller
Some men have fallen so fully
Icn.Hii Sii[>er.nteiident (R)
into this state, that they hardlv
S t . Louis, May 8—Julia E. Gil
W m . A ltnow will venture to sav they believe any
On June 4th 1894,
thing, have confidence in anyth.ng son. proprietress of a furnished room
HARNEY U. 8. LAND office :
...... J. B. H untington | or know anything
.. ...H ARRisoN K elley know ledge or learning does it re her home with her head almost
quire to deny everything? The completely severed from her bovlv, Jïiusic
most ignorant, illiterate and stupi and lying in a pool of blood sur
can deny as stoutly as the umst rounded by evidence of a frightful
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
learned, enlightened and talented. struggle Near by was a large
Alice E. King, N.O.
knife, with which the crime had
Ed Jordon, Manager.
E May Worthington. Rec. Sec’y. I It requires no strength of mind to
stand and deny, to declare in the
A. O. U. W. Burns Lodge. No 47
most pertinacoius manne- disbelief last person seen with the woman
Meets every 2d and oh Thursday s.
want of confidence .doubts, distrusts was her divorced husband, William
W. R. «radon, M. W.
J. W Sayer, Rec'd
i and uncertainties in everything A E. Glamntt. and for him the police,
! man who never read the Bible once on th* discovery of the murder, be-
B î ’RNO m IA HONOR l odge, N o . 8
«t» every 2d and (th Munday.
through in his life, nor ten other Pan a •*earch- They had a quarrel
Mrs A E Young Cor H.
Itooks, who has the most corrupt yesterdav on a street-car. on which
harney lodge , no . 77, i . o o f .
W. W. Juhhson Proprietor.
they met. Gia moot called at the
two t. in*'' *',<1 re,low* Hali, every Saturday, character, can talk of inconsisten
W.Y. KingN.G. cies, incongruities, cont 1 adict ions house, and it is supposed the quar* I
W C. Byrd, Secy.
and absurdities in the Bible, as i rel was renewed.
BARMBY PO8T NO. 4M, O. A . R.
stoutly as anybody. Anv block
M We<1ne«d«y of each head could leap over the Fallp
S t . Loris, May 8.—William E.
Niagara e,r fro.u the suspension
who killed h 1»divorced
The Best Brands
New Billiard Table
Contributed from Poison Creek wife, Mrs. Judea Gilson, was fount]
Ü. 8. MAILS.
dead today in the room where he Pleasant club Room
When in Burns come and
**rlves«n<1 leparts tsily,
turned to the «cene of the crime to S3 me-
?Cs ytow city :
»d Departs daily, except Sunday
Mrs. 8ain, living near Lake Union, commit suicide.
W. W. Johnaoa.