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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1895)
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WEHNKSDAY MACH Í7 1ST?
I ■To all subscribers of the E. O.
H erald ai:d those in arrears, who
In i he matter of the Estate of T.’ I will pay up and renew, we will send
IL Glare, deceased.
. the Semi We< klv New York World I
Notice is hereby given that th» free for s’x months. For reliable
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_______________________________ undersigned has been unpointed by
Xews th« re is no better paper than
'■ 'the count i court of Harney count)
T he Tribune of Salt Lake City Oregon, Sitt’ng in probate, ad mi ri the World.
in a recent issue give an account of
an aitcs an llmv of water nt a dt ec;. -( d
All persons indebted to said Retate
1 have two littie grand children
depth of 1073 feet
This well is
are requested to settle the same who are teething this Imt summer
known as the Rio Grande Western's immediately, and those having
Artesian Well. The Tribune savs claims against the estate will present weather aril are troubled with
I give them’
“the sinking of this well the meth them to me, at mv residence in bowel complaint.
Cholera and I
od of boring and the stratification
months Diarrhoea Remenv and it acta like
to a depth never before penetrated
from the first publication of this | a charm. I earnestly recommend
in Salt Like valley, should prove notice.
lit for children with bowel troubles. <
of equal interest to agriculturists Dated December 5th 1894.
H. K eij . ey , I I was myself taken with a severe
and geologists and this interest
should he shared by all who are i Administatorof the Estate of T. H. attack of bloody flux, with cramps'
' Í Glaze, deceased .
and pains in my stomach,one-third
interested in the question of draw
of a bottle of this remedy cured me.
ing on subterranean water for irri S tate of O hio ,
Within twenty-four hours 1 was i
C ity of T oledo .
of bed and doing my house ’
A llow of 120 gallcns per mi ute
Frank J Cheney makes oath
with a force of 4 feet above the fur- (|HU |)e j8 the senior partner of the work. Mrs. W. L. Dunagan, Bon-
face, was struck at the depth «1- , firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing aqua, Hickman Co, Tenn,
ready mentioned. Messrs. West- j business in the City of Toledo,
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE. CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIN WARE,
H ARDWARE, 8UNDERIES, A CARPENTERS
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
C. II. VOEGTLEY.
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
®$ul & Candee struck the flow, the County and State aforesaid, and
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wame Westphal who was here and jhat said firm will pay the sum of
assisted Kellogg in our tffort to get ¡ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for; While In Topeka last March, E.
LIVE RY STABLE
Ìli li F OFFICE I
an artesian well. ,
each ar.d every case of Catarrh that > , T. Barber, a prominent new spaper |
Th. well was commenced with a I cannnt be cured by the use of man of La Cygne, Kan., wa taken
with choler morbus very severely j
six inch pipe and at the depth < f H m II*« Catarrh Cure'
The night clerk at the hotel where
500 feet the six inch pipe was
FRANK J. CHENEY,
abandoned ami a four inch pipe Sworn to befo.-e me and sub he was stopping happened to have
: Chamberlin’s Colic,
When this change serihed in my presence, this Gib a bottle
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv
was made Westphal it Candee took '
and gave him three doses which
chaige of the work, and they intro
relieved him and he links saved
duct-d a method of boring ahead m
! A" W GLEASON.
Ins life. Every family should keep
the pipe instead of driving 11.
This apparatus is a revoking co. , Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in 'this remedy in their home at. all
nun) of two ¡m b pipe running in ten-ally and nets directly on the - times. No one can tell how soon it
side of the well, and adjusted so ar olood and mucous surfaces of the may be needed. It costs but a trifle .
l'he Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as-
to be raised or lowered at pleasure, system.
Send for testi nonials. and may be the means of saving 1
public that he is prepared to accommodate
much sufferingand perhaps the life I
at the lower end a cutting tool it- free.
in his line of business.
the principal c-f
F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O of some member of the family ‘
¿¡¡•“Hay and gram constantly on hand, and careful help.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale b\ |
an auger and the upper is connect iW’Sold by Druggists. 75c
II M. Horton.
ed by hose to a powerful pump,
Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Job Wage*
which forces water to the bottom,
n coi nectioL
and washes out the borings. It is,
further statu! the flow i-constantly |
increasing since Loring has been
13 THE bEST.
diceont iiiu» u Accurate measure
merits taken three days apart show
FRENCH* ENAMELLED CALF.
an actual increase of eight gallons)
$<5.5PP0LICE,3 S oles .
per minute and an increase in the (
^2?I.”B oys 'S chcol S hsei
There has never been a doubt in
A Wonderful Discovery.
i i . i mil d as to the result of this1
S. BAILEY, Proprietor.
co nly‘s t ffort to obtain a big flow | Dr Checini’s Electric Spavin
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
oi" artes'an water had the effort been ( Cure positively removes P.one Spav
•nnnry by purclinelut U. L.
carried to completion what, we mean ( in, Ringbone, Splint or Curb in 4L You can «avo li.mirlnn
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Rooms, etc., etc.
t.ie largest manufacturer-, ot
is remove the t« ols i .
advenise 1 taoe» in the world, and guarantee
value by stamping the name and price oa ' Saloon is first class in every particular.
a ml obstructions from I be hole we ' failure or slightest injury. Th< the
the bottom, which, j>-otccU you agmnst^nign
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have already in the ground ami we zreatest wodder of the Nineteenth j ; prices
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
worn in style, easy fitting ‘h.°nJ
them sold even--
Lave a large flow of water. The
■ where at lower prices for the value given that!
mtire veterinary '•orld.
nnv other vinkc. T ike t-.o substitute. If you.-
< fl»>rt marly catriid to sure» Pr ind testimonials free, Circulars t I dealer
canuct supply you, w: can. Sold by
am! abandoned as it was, with tne hecini, 378 Canol St. N< ew York.
evidence we had of success, was |
more like the action of children j
than of men and citizci s of a
county, who speak as if they were
anxious for the developeiucnt and)
n ttlement of our county.
If this mode of irrigation isess-n»
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of "Burns, near the bridgr
tial to our prosperity why not bring'
it before the people and let them |
say by their votes whether or not i
Customers wi’ receive GOOD FLOUR from
we will carry out the plan of tax-'
ing the citizens for this purpose or
If we really desire this county
settled and developed our actions
certainly speak to the contrary.
wins, Liquors, Cigas and Cigarratts
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