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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1894)
WEDNESDAY DECXMBKB 1» 1194
I an inspect life insurance eompan-1 —To all subscribers of the E O.
there would he no trow- LH bbald and those in arrears, who
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***U*ng irrigation bonds or in 'will pay np and renew, we will send*
Having purchased the entire stack formerly beioagiag to <fol
eMUrn »»oney for any ds J the Semi Weekly New York World
Geer, oom prising al) lines of
•irable irrigation enterprise.
free for a’X months. For reliable
A mkbican A griculturist brieve.« News there is no better paper than
“Water lag” th« Farmer.
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
in going still further, and would the World.
bare each state own the main chan
W b have been invited to into an air and reservoirs and guarante the
STOA i BARDWARE, SUNDERIES, A CARPENTER»
¡„■«.lion Mbm. in «,»,hern C.I-' prmciHl ,„d
I have two littie grand children
■form., which » V> co.! »2.000 000. |
con who are teething this hot summer'
I offer the sains for sale at greatly reduoed prices for CARR.
but IS to be capitalised at twice the struction
8uch bonds at 5 per weather and are troubled with
C. H. VOKGTLEY.
sum. while water rights at $20 per cent would command par, and prob
I give them
acre are to be issued to ths tune of ably a premium, in both home and
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
eight millions. Thus the poor set foreign money centers. This would
Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts like
Hers are to pay for their water a enable tne state to guarantee wale-1a charm. I earnestly recommend
sum that will yield a big revenue at coat to allJits people, which would i it for children with bowel troubles,
on six times the actual investment! enormously Btimulats immigration! 1 waa myself taken with a severe
It was represented that our share and development
attack of bloody flux, with ciamps
in the profits would be upward of I Which of our wdstern states will
' and pains in my stomach,one-third
$400,000, simply for booming the be first to rise to the occasion?— of ».bottle oi this remedy cured me.
scheme! We are urged }to meet a American Agriculturist.
Within twenty-four hours I was
large party of agricultural editors
out of bed and doing my house
from the east who are expected to
work. Mrs. W. L Dunagan, Bon
A Wondwrful Diarnverjr.
arrive next week to view the site of
aqua, Hickman Co, Tenn.
Ibis fabulous wealth.
| Bale by H. M. Horton.
Dr Chscini’s Electric Spavin
Yet we decline! Why? Recause
Cerner of 1st aad B Street.
we have enough to do to attend to Cure positi vely removes Bone Spav
M. H. BRENTON
our own business; because we lie in, Ringbone, Splint or Curb in 48
While In Topeka last March. E *
lie ve an agricultural journal should hours without pain. $500 'award
Th" ' T’ ^ar,,er» 8 prominent nc-spa per |
be peifectly independent and free) failure or slightest injury. ’.... man of La Cvgne, Kan., wa taken
to work for the farmers’ welfare: hv- ««•<••» »odder of the Nineteenth
with choler morbus very severely.
* aiy.ww«,. L. a * **
cause we believe no farm journal
night clerk at the hotel where
iiitire veterinary ‘«orld. <
should thus mortgage itself to any .nd‘"u7t7mon7ais fr^ Dr. Guy , he was «topping happened to have
scheme or delude its reader« with necini, 378 Canol 8t. New York,
a bottle of Chamberlin's Colic, t
the idea that its adyocacv is solely |
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
in their interest when it ih really in
. — —
The ~ Best Week v Paper in and gave him three dose* which
the interest of an outside scheme in California. Only $1.50 per year relieved him and he tinks saved
Which the publisher happens to be
his life. Every family should keep
T he B ee ; >this remedy in their home at all)
times. No one can tell how soon it
journalist to keep free from all such
mav be needed. It coats but a trifle
^ tate of O hio ,
and may be the means of aavinvl
The Proprietors of the White Front Livery Stable as
'.’ ity of T oledo .
much Hiifferingand perhap.-« the life f
sure the public that they are prepared to accommodate
We still more emphatically de
Frank J Client -v makes oath
in every way in their line of business.
cline to he a party to the scheme in
of some member of the family
hat he is the senior partner of the
and grain conatantly on hand, and careful help.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
question hecuus' we utt« rlv oppos--
•irmofF. J Chenev A C<>.. doing
thia species of financiering that . -usine»« in the Citv <f Toledo I H M. Horton
Paaeengera taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Job W
aims to nnrdeo industry with toll*
.County and State aforesaid, an»!
to pav dividends on fictitious capi
,’hat. said firm will pay the sum of
tai. Agriculture can’t stand it ii |ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS f. >
irrigation works any more than in1
I'-ach and every case of Catarrh tha>
»3 Wliwt noaOUXAB'NO.
V til roads. The dav of bunans i
•annot be cured by the use of!
farming is passed nevei to returt «1
Hall’s Catarrh Cure
and farmers under irrigation will do,
$3.V POLICE,« S olu .
well if they are aide to make fair FRANK .J CHENEY.
profits for themselves during th« | Sworn to before me and sub I
♦2.VJB oy Ö cwoi S hc £1
in my presence,
this fit h
next 10 or 20 years, after payiml peri
. C. BT»n — —
W. L. B ouclas
for water only a price that will’
maintain and imptove the irrigating I
system, provide a reserve against •
contingencies and pay reasonable (
annual interest on the money actu-
A. W. GLEASON,
HairB CaUrrh Cure is taken in .
, »ernally and acts directly on th.
..lood and mucous surfaces of the I
8. BAILEY, Proprietor».
3EN0 FM eSTALMUE
u ins, VLiquors,
ry Sv pnrefc««*»»
tbe bottom. Wkicfcr
»irlret and th® fttluHC• gpav—»».
Cigas and Cigarr&tts
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Rooms, vte., ate.
Sateen is first class in every particular.
It is high time to call a halt in system.
Mixed drinks to please ths most fastidto««.
for testimonials, j eq«i
Zhcre allow™ price« for tbe valne riven t.’an
such exploiting of waser. Unless free.
•t‘r?7.eP T.tre no MWUt-teJfy-r
this is done, the over-capitalixed
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O I?. . . r vauuot »upp!> you.
irrigation enterprises that are al gfiF*8old by Druggists. 75c
j D m 'er, v hore «»me will »bortly appear e
Apply at «mee.
ready in receivers’ hands will hej
followed by many rpore. Reckless
financiering has already given a
serious shock to eastern capitalists’
faith tn irrigation investments, and^
unless promptly corrected will Chet (
our western country the loss or»
Situated en Rihdes river ì mile East of B b
deprivation of untold
As a matter of fact,irrigation works)
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR fro
offer a moat attractive investment,
for capital when properly managed •
Under such circumstances they are
absolutely good for every dollar ac
tually put into them. Not only is
the principal perfectly secure, but
the interest is equally eertain be
cause farmers and fruit growers
must have water and aie willing
and able to pay a fair price for it.
Let each of our weotom states
WWUini) the control if not ths owner GEAT SEMI-WEEKLY, ONLY $1 A Y £ \
A J McKinnon
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ship of all large irrigation systems,
present and prospective
Iart tho Week Republic free by sending in three new yearly subscribers to lie
Rltop opposite Ibe Clerk’s O®*S.
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them to make truthful reports of I more every year by the special offer« made subscribers from time to time
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their financial condition, subject to
state inspection, just as I
pal eastern states » ritieally watch ’
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