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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. FEB
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j wealth, then, Jbt the good it may
A good ranch belonging to II. (». | H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
“ As old as strew is a woATiy purpose of life.
The “Oregon Commercial Co.,”
containing 160 acres 12
the hills” and
To become f;><ldei-ly rich, is the miles south east of Burns. This have this day bought the entire
ol the ago; and if one out ranch has about 100 acres of good business of the “Oregon Construc
and proven” ’of everv ten ihimsand, who run the meadow land. Price $800 or will tion Co.” of thia place including
P ublishers and P roprietors .
Moneys, Accounts, Bills Receivable,
is the verdict ■ gauntlet of thii triad ambition, suc trade for sheep.
of millions ceeds, the nine hundred and ninety-
Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, Wood,
B yrd & K ing .
S i m m o n s nine disastrous failures are lost
Farming Implements, Warehouse
Liver B '-til
Six Month« .................................................... 1.00
and Real Estate. And assumed all
sight of in the dazzliiiu brightness
l.ator is the
debts and liabilities of said “Oregon
HERALD CLUB LIST:
onl v Li: ■" of that one su« cess. Il is not thus
Herald c-.d Harper’* Magazine..............
Construction Co.,” and have Incor
and 'Kidney Mluit sensible people seek to grow
lieralii and Harper's Weekly ..............
IS THE BE6T.
porated with $50,000.
Herald and Harper’s Bazar...................
melicihe to rich. We mtvt have within our
FIT FOÍ2 A KING.
Herald and Harper's Young People..
which you hearts honesty, industry and fru
■à «5. CORDOVAN,
-iernlil un<1 Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
ea-a id::i.. .
volume after Vol. 1 55 cent«:
can pin youc gality. They are responsible for
ll) ■ ei-ta <- a U - i t>er volume, postage.
q:4.c3.55 F ine C alf aito-iv sa
filth for a the real necessities of life; they are
R. M. S teel , President.
' $3.QÍ> POLICE,3 SOLES.
jfgT-Cupii s of all the above works can be ex-
♦«anied al lei.- ’.ir. in the Reading Room.
H. A itkin , Vice Pres.
the chart and compass to riches.
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
gg*■■ I-, blither« of periodical« are solicited '
a n <1 To be esteemed worthy of honor, is
o «uno tail.bing rates, a < opy of their work for •
Commercial Co., per J.
jur Free Reading R iotn—Be tile and bind the i
purely ve.-;- , also a commendable desire; and,
alter al .-lose ol every half-voluine, end r-«v <. >
•opi. a by advertisement.
f-Li'olo, act | next to riches is the ruling passion
in; directly of life. There again honesty con j
SEND FOR PATALOGUE
on tjie Liver ph d with integrity, constitutes the
ADVERT [SING RATES:
Over Ono Million rcopts-x-cgrttie
Í wk j 2 wk 1 iai> S mo I 6 mu
♦ l’ Al E
best means of acquisition. This is Y7o L# Doti$-3 $3 & *4 S?ces
I ill' ll 1 Í1.50 |2 50 ♦5.00 th’» ; 411.00 $15.00
All our sb oca c.-o cqnc"/ z ' r-.ctory
- 1 8.00 4.00 6 50 12 UÌ
by” all substantiated in every phase ofhu
8.00 15.00 24.00 40 00
They rlvo tbo Foci vnttie for t ' -s ironc-y.
< “ I 0.50 5.0'J
“ 1 4.0O 6.00 10.00 20.00 ♦i‘2.00 50. CO
Tow ler nun h'storv. To be trulv honora Tticy eq-jcl caste.a fCioca la f./te ir li.t.
cha ?: qi
J.- 00 54.00
9.00 15.00 28.00
Their wearing qualities aro pnaurpatsed.
ble, all actions must spring from a The prices nro t.-.i'sra,—cr-inpcd cn sole.
: >.i tea.
so. 00 120.0’’
>. ■' 1 12.00 1
I “ I 20.00 20.00 40.00 (>0.00 110.00 140.00
Prim St ta .*>3 civeil over other mrkes.
• a ith
pure motive, atid pure motives can
II your dealer canaot supply you we can. Sold by Is h:'i\! work co '.pered
lonlv rest on correct principles. In
Wanted, agent to chanqin.. ri;e .-.ppcwrunce of
•order to start w.th correct principles take exeluBlve mle for thi* vlciuity. Write stove with
31 every description executed with neatness
♦ nd dispiii- b. a: reasonable rules.
,care must be exercised in making
I the first step; for a first step in a
l etter Heads,
' wrong d ’¿ction, must be corrected
ion:; f .
before we can Jake one in the right
T en V k
T he H erald is kept regularly on öle for re
tereiu-e, iu tlie Geo. I'. Rowell X-’wspuper Ad
direction again; and the delay i*
vertising Bureau, 1-.- Spruce st.. NT
Riches, Honor, Fame and liable to leave us in the ranks of the
Importers and Wholesale Dealer* in all kind» of
CT ià. V
OFFICIAL DIREI TORY
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordéons, Harnoni-
many need but an opportunity.
cas, tc., nil f.'ndsof Striae«, etc., etc.
tGciK strwati rw. K-agn: «zxsy.’ti¿.u wan« «Mm- 1
I .fist?, Eév'ín tiiiies Ion er
Every human being, as indeed Om forefat 1..,.itwu., it in the strug JOHN F. STRATTr-W
otip . otfd ;
tiiBco i etter
Clay by eu-
............. Grover Cleveland [ everyitung in nature, was created gle of independence.
LT- : .‘"Sv- ■ - .
About S^ven times tk.b.u ST ve
................ Adlai Stu veiiRun ’
.... Waller Q. GrcHlium ft r a purpose, and however much | teritig discussion of disputed ques
Secretary of State
RA.N a TOLL
Secretary of Treasury
.. .. John G. Carl ¡Rie
About Two tinms che per Polish
. . Koke Bniirh the desire to evade the resuonsibili- lions of the nations.
locretary of J nterior
I-npoiGri-.laHH '.Vi,..!. -.*.l?D--e.-ni!n nil kiiiJscf
. .Daniel S. Lamont |
Secretary of War
About Two times Lowlier
individual contributing powerfully to the es
.. Hilary A. Herbei I i t.es, which rest, on each
secretary of Navy .
. ’. i'jiijrs
Kia: -'in ■ . Ac,
Seere ary of Agri- nitrire. . .J. -■’<■
Morto’. I mav grow, as to what
1, ■ *c..c:c.
© « n
extent we tablishinent of our government and
Attorney G-. .u.-inl
........... Riehard S, Ohiey
............Wilson 8 Bissell
throw ourselves upon the I Grant by his military skill.
If ’. our ; ro.er doesn’t kc *p it,
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
STATE— -OKF.GON :
semi us his r
■ wit', i'ji i. nd
J. N Dolpb
friends. They should be capable1
ami ; v? I nable
t W. It. ITH b
<:. M. DlleniBi.
W in 1‘ Lol u that in the dutiei of life every one , should take the privilege »0 contrih-. Importer of.mJ
ieeretnry oi State
HR Kini aid
Whorrsale Dealer in .ill kinds of
. I'hit. Met»< hin
D ot ; .'tan & Co., Agts.,
ute to a healthy sentiment; first by 1
must answer for himself.
Au pt. Publie Insti uct I on
G M Im in
W H I acilH
What is out purpose in life? and deserving true friends and next by i 811,813,815,817 East 9th St.,New York. 519 MONTGOMERY ST., to. F., CAL.
K. S. Benn |
it? 1 enjoying them. Flatterers are not
. . ¿ Wm.
: how do we hope to accomplish
> F. A. Moore
are the questions of the house; if friends; they are but a reflection in
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. D. C i . ifi - oi . i . we desire riches, they are within the mirror.
To securea’true friend
Jalma A. lo-.
Dißtrii t Alt«, ni-v
.1. !.. Ruini our reach,
If it be honor it is ours one must learn to put a true esti-
lohn R pi eseut Hin
fR) . O. L. Patterson.
A. W.Cuwan for the seeking,
(R) . .
Those less talent- ; 1 mate on character entirely inde-11
ed have «on fame, and so may we. pendent of tllattenes. If one de- I
Sout’tv Ajilge................ .......... (
P. Rutherford. After we have secured riches, honor,
hires friends true at heart—those
1’. L. Shiili-b.-r
1.8. lìcer and fame, friends will come of their
who will not desert, when their
T. A. M c K iniion
(R) . ........... A. GiltinL’s own accord.
friend ship is needed most, do not
Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
S. W. Miller
ichool Su|><-!.nti iiileiit • iK)
.Cn ks. Ni-we 1 consider those desires, and if possi try to secure them by flattery nor
Rock in.pei-i -r
... R J. Ivors
ble open the way which leads to at the expense of one particle of
A. B. Marks
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
R. R. Sitz.
acquiring them. It is folly to ar self—respect, but deserve them bv
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
HARNEY U. H. LAND office :
gue that riches are an evil, or that a life and character which accumu
. Thomas Jones
Leave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points.
.. A . A. Cowing poverty alone is a virtue;
since he lates in itself trneness. One friend Stages
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
I who would be able to make the thus secun d is worth a dozen flat- ' Fare $5.
clearest case, would still fail in erers who live in the sunshine and
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. <3.
convincing himself that a reasona die in the storm. Let us be earnest
Metts every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
I.u<-y Rusk, N.G.
Lie share of this worlds goods would and strike out boldly, do not wait
M L Lewis. RëcïSec’y.
' necessarily disqualify him for (he for something in the future, which
highest state of human enjoyment. seems to promise greater rewards
A. O. C. W. Burns Lodge, No. 47
The possession of wealth is, in itself. than that which is presently attain
Meetseverv 2d anil 4thThursdays.
il M Horton, M.
J w Sliyer, Rec’d neither good or bad. Tt is only the able. If at the close of such a lite
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use of money which circumscribes we should find our selves enjoying
BI'INO n IA H onor l odge, M o . 8
its moral influence. It has been j peace of conscience, and a few ear- i
Meets every 2d and 4th Monday.
Mrs, Sayer C or H.
said that money was i the root of all I • nest
. we mav have the1
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
evil; but it is not; it
i is the love of consciousm-s <>f a life v. R spent, j
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, 1. O O F.
Meets at Odd Fellow« Hall, every Saturday it that causes all the trouble
The and an eternal reward.
7.30 p m,
J. C. Wooly N. G.
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
desire for riches is not , in itself,
A B. C.
necessarily an evil.
HARNEY POST NO. 48, G. A. R.
1st and ">d Wednesday of each
The possession of wealth adds to
south, h .O ld Fellows’ Hall. AH Com rads
In <•>■ >d standing invited.
on< s importance in the communitv
to that degree in which it places
n. S. MAILS.
Pleasant Club Rnnm
within his power opportunities to
4 m > w ’ a . s’î'n
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
W. Ç. BYHD & SON.
BtTBXS—VA LK :
al i ss— camtok cttt :
arrive»««-! Depart« daily, except SucdBy
New Billiard Table
,U A I.;
do good. There is no enterprise of
é. .Je« X ÌÈ Oj
¡.m, o.-tr «fand Wi <D- ilersin all bird»«/
any note, but what depends upon
money for its success. To acquire 811.818.815,817 East Oth St., New Yori*
W. W. Johnson.