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As old as
the li ills” an 1
is tiie verdict
o f millions.
8 i in in o n s
lator is th 3
can pin your
faith for a
tive, a n d
on the Liver
a n d Kid
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
tii be taken dry or made in to a tea.
W. C. BYRD a SON.
P ublishers and P roprietors .
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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
VOL. V 11.
The King of Liver Medicines.
“ I have used yourSimnvms Liver Regu
lator and can conscienciously say it is t lie
king of all 11 ver medicines. I consider it a
medicine ehe*t in itself.—G eo . W. J ack *
tON, Turning, Washington.
Of every description executed with neatness
and despatch, at reasonable rates.
Note Heads, Cards, TicKcts, I
Dodgers, Etc. ■
peeled to be present at the conven
tion of the Pan-American Bimetallic
League, which meets in this city
next Tuesday. They will come
largely from the West and South
west—possibly a few from the E ist.
four from Mexico, two from the
Central American States and two
from Brazil. A delegate is also ex
pected from New Zealand. This
will make the third convention of
the league, the previous ones having
Deen held in Denyer, Colo , and Og
den. Utah. Mr. A. C. Fisk of Den
ver is the president, and to him
, principally is due the existence of
the league, be having made a tri
through the Southern countries >
aid of its organization. What the
league is striving for is to lay the |
; foundation for the adoption of a sil
ver dollar that will pass current be
tween the United States and the
Central American countries, which,
it is argued, will result in stimulât
¡ing trade relations between them.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov t Report
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
I. JEW itt , P roprietor .
Arrives and Departs daily, exeept Sunday.
rtz rTi’ERY PACKAGERS*
“If half the citizens of the world,
'said a young woman who works on
umbrella covers, ‘‘only knew such
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
a simple thing as how to roll up an
rartising Bureau. 10 spruce st.. «New York.
upibrellti, most of the umbrellas
brought to dealers to be mended
FROM OCR EXCHANGES. *
would never have needed repairs
“The right tvav to roll vour um
brella is <o thold, of the ends of I
Grover Cleveland i
_.............. Adlai Stevenson >
I the ribs and the stick with the'
Secretary of state ’. f
Walter Q. Gresham .
Secretary of Treasury ............
John G. Carlisle '
«ame hand and hold them tightly I
Secretary of Interior
Secretary of War
Daniel S. Lamont I
enough to prevent their being twist
Secretary of Navy______ .. ______
... A. Herbert
Secretary of Agriculture.
J. Sterling Morton sentative Wm. S. Brvan, of the First
Cannot he overheated and has no equal.
ed while the covering is being twirl- |
Rieharu S, Olney '
.. Wilson S Bissell Nebraska District, has sent a letter
ed around with the other hand First Premium Seattle Wash., First Premium Los Angeles Cal.
Then vour umbrella will be as nice |
J. n . Dolph
J. H.Mitehell. al Committee, Judge J. H. Broady,
Send for illustrated catalogue of Thorough bred Poultry
ly closed as when you bought it. ;
iW. R. Ellis
hatching. Poultry Supplies, English Setters, Irish Setters, F om
Secretary of State
• R Geo. W. McBride date for re-election.
Skye Terriers and Pugs.
on the cloth.
R ................... 1 Phil.
Bupt. Public Instruction. R
j. B, McElroy retiring from congressional life are
Our stock has won 83 premiums in the last three seasons.
“It is twisting the ribs out of
... Frank Bakei
shape around the stick and fasten- Mention this paper.
) R. 8. Bean.
■ > Wm. P. Lord
contest which, to be waged success I i ing them there that spoils most of
’ F. A. Moore
1510 Front St. Seattle,
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
fullv, would confine him to his dis the umbrellas,
Never hold the
• ¡strict Judge................. D
. . M. D. C lifford
C has . F. H yde trict during the campaign.
The umbrella by. the handle alone when
J oi ut-Representative
(R)......... A. W. Cowan
..(D).. H enry B lackman district is Republican by 6,500, and you roll it up and you will find it
in the Iasi election Mr. Bryan won i will last longer and cost less for
Bounty „Jdge ............... (D) .
W m . M iller I bv the narrow majority of 140, and repairs.”—New York Advertiser.
•• ....................... (»)..
. P. L. Shideler
I. S. Geer
Jo, ......... J .11. Neal as lie wants to take a more active
(K) A. Gittings part in the state < arnpaign than he
Ice Half An Inch Thick.
S. W. Miller
iyiiool Superintendent . i R)
. David Cary
ional campaign on his hands, he
B loomington , Ill., May 20.—The
W m . A ltnow
STENGER & McGOWAN
R. Sitz has decided to decline a renomina- unprecedentlv cold weather which
H arney u . 8. land office :
set in Friday night has caused hut
• J. B. H un TINOTO n I
little if any serious damage in this
...H arrison K elley '
__________________ j doubts as to the future of the Dem vicinity so far, although the garden
On June 4th 1894.
ocratic party, saying:
“If the ers and farmers have been very
President’s finahcial policy becomes greatly alarmed. Ice nearly one.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
the policy of the party I do not see half inch in thickness was formed
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Ed Jordon, Manager.
any reason for the continued exist- Friday night and Saturday night,
Alice E. King, N.O.
E May Worthington, Ree. Sec’y. ■ ence of the party, because the Re-
' vet, strange to sav, vegetation is
not yet injured. Even such deli
A. O. U. W. Burnt Lodge, No 47
policy longer, are better prepared cate plants as beans and tomatoes,
Meetievery 2d and 4th ThurtdaA ■
W R. G radon, M. w.
On the other scarcely show the effect of the cold
J W Jayer, Rec’d than we to support it.
hand, if the party repudiates Mr. and are not vitally hurt. The
BURNO n IA HONOR Lodge, No. 8
Cleveland's financial policy and temperature is much higher to
Meets ever» 2d and 4th Monday.
Mn A E Young renews
C of H its devotion to the common night than last night and the dan
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
people, it may yet become an effect ger is believed to be over. The
H arney lodge , no . 77. 1. o o f .
,?* **’• at Odd Fellows Hall, everv Saturday. ive instrument in the securing of
owners «f the immense area ofi
W.Y.King N. G.
W. C. Byrd, Secy. good government.''
market gardens about the city feel
relieved —The Republic.
HARNEY POST NO. «*. G. A. R.
Wednesday of each sume his law practice in the city uf
"'J'1 Fellows’ Hall. All Comrads
The secretary rd the Elkhart. Carriage
m good standing invited.
New Billiard Table
and Harness M fg. <•», of l.iahart, Ind.,
Te 7- *-x*-imp in rod on wrapper.
N ews I n G enerai
ü. S. MAILS.
burns — vale :
twrlve.and depart .daily,
Departs tally, except Snndxy
W ashington , D. C., May 18.—
Several hundred delegates are ex-
informs us that their orices will be lower
,or 1*.H than ever.
He wishes us to a«k
our readers not to purchase anything
ilcych- - < r
th** line ot carriage«, wagons, hicycb
until they have -
; ■ nt fl
stamps to pay postage on their 11? page
I catalogue. W<- adv i-e th»- r< '.<!< is of tnia
! pajs r to remember his rutje-t» il
Pleasant Clnh Rnnm