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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1895)
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 1895-1896.
Geer, comprising all lines of
T he U wivehmtv of O regon , Eugene, Oregon, offers free tuition to all
students. Young men can obtain board, lodging, heat and light in the |
HARDWARE, CRCKKRY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
dormitorv for $2 56 per week. Roomers furnish their own linen. A oung
women are provided with board in private families at $3 00 per week. |
Yeung women desiring board should address Prof John Straun, Eugene, i
HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, & CARPENTERS TOO
Oregon; or Secretary Young Woman’s Christian Association, Eugene. STO\ .
The University offers three baccalaureate degrees, Bachelor of Arts,
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Lettt-rs with corresponding courses
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
of study. The following shorter courses are also offered:—An English
$7oo In P u ' sp - s .
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
course leading in two years to a business diploma and in three years to
the t’tle graduate in English; An advanced course for graduates of nor-,
mal schools leading to the di gree master of pedagogy; A three years
The Burns Jockey Club will give course in civil engineering leading to the degree civil engineer; A course
four days racing, August 28, 29. 30 of two years for teachers of physical education leading to a diploma and
the title director of physical education. The University charges an in
fee of ten dollars which is payable in advance by all students
first DAY, AUG. 23.
Students holding diplomas from the public schools and those having
teachers’ certificates «re admitted to the preparatory department without
1st, i mile dash, free for all,
$100 examination. Tnose desiring information regarding the preparatory de-|
partnient should addres- the Dean. N. L. Narregan, Eugene
2d, | mile dash for Harnev
For catalogues and information address C. H. Chapman, President,
county horses, 25 class, purse
or J J. Walton, Secretary. Eugene, Oregon.”
SECOND DAY, AUG. 29.
j and repeat, two in three,
free for all, purse
Corner of let. and B Street.
third DAY, AUG. 30.
FOURTH DVY, AUG.
! M. H. BRENTON
bt f mile dash, free for all,
2d, 600yards dash, for Har
ney county horses that never
run for public money, purse
P roprietor .
1st, i mile and repeat, two
in three, free for all, purse
id, 1 mil' dash for li di <n
horses, Indian riders,entrance
Ten per cent entrance fee r< -
quired in all raceB. Entries to be
made with the secretary on or be
Meat at retail or wholesale prices.
fore 8 o’clock the evening bifore Pork, and Mutton will be on the 1 lock.
Give me a trial.
eoch race. Five horses to enter
and three to start in all races,
First horse 75 per cent of purse,
second horse 25 ¡»er cent, The
races to be governed by the Blood
Horse Association Rules.
H enry R ichardson , President
L ee C aldwell , Secretary.
1 fi the Let ker Building under the
Mrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place,
was taken in the nignt with cran p-
ing pains and the next day diar-,
rhoea set in. She took half a bot
tle of black Lerrv cordial I in got no i
relief She then vent to me to see •
if I had any thing to help her. 1
'•it her a bottle of Chit’nl e> lain’e |
'' he. i I.- |era and Diariho. a R- m- i
»d» at <i ihe fitet duf-e re»i»-v< <1 her.
A i»h, r<i|(,nr n ighbort- h'd teen
'’<•< for a nut H
an,j |1Mfj tried
•lilt rent ntiitdirH for diarrhoea but
p Letting worse. I sent him
»»•m same ren edy Only four doses
it were r <(uir»d io cure him. lie ,
he owes his reeovi rv to th's1
** nd. rful remedy.—Mrs. Marv
■ ' lr'. Sidney, MR h. For sale by
1.*-. summer one <»f our grand
—-I with a severe
l*”ie| trouble. Our doctor’s reiue*
' ail failed, then we tried Chan. i-
' ‘ i n v ( elic, Cholera and Diar-
‘‘•''t ivetmdy, which gave very
1 "b Te||« f. \v$ r» gard it as the
ii.r<iivi|,e <xer put on the mar
• Gregory, rredeiickstown. Mo.
■’ vertsihfy ix the beat medicine
l’"1 <,n <h’’ market for dyaen-1
summer complaint, colic and ,
wera infantum in children. It
n ;* fails to give prooipt relief
th* " i**^ *n rea*'>na^e time and
P »in printed directions are
Many mothers have ax-
their sincere gratitude for
b7.n 7 U hM effecUfd- For
J all druggirta.
When it. is possible, Beef,
Sausage always on hand.
White Front Livery Stable aa-
sures the public that he is prepared to accommodate
in every way in his line of business.
gWIIay and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
ARf\ AliP HAZIER SODA
Hearse and Jeb Wag®»
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietors.
Costs no more than inferior package soda—
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni.
versally acknowledged purest in the world.
Win9s, Liquors, and Cigars
Write for Ara
Book of vatasbla
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant^Card Rooms, eta., etc.
Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS ISF6. CO.
Have sold to consumer. for Cl yearo,
raving them the dealer’s profit. We uro tho
Oldest anil Laryiil mnnufactarers In Amr r-
lessening Vehicles and Harness this wr.y—ship
wltli privilege to examine before any money is
paid. We pay freight both vrr’.yslf not satlsfuc- /
tory. Warrant Tor2 ycara. Why pay an aaent HO /?■
to&jOtoorcierforyon? —'rite your own rder. *
Boxing free. V/e take ell risx of damage in
BUHNS rLOUK à SAW MILL
Ko. ST. Surrey U»rae»a.
Spring Wagons, $31 to SCO. Guaranteed
rsi.ie a.MllforbOtoKj. Surreys. $C5 tot'CO
rathe as sell for »too to »;:•». Top U'trrnien,
$37.90, as fine a« m >IJ for 145. Phaeton a,
tj SICO. Farm Wagons, Waconottjs,
De 11 very Wawono
Wavono and :.o, ci
xi x, mgvkji - ctiiL. Htx.
Situated on Sil vies river 1 mile East of Barns, near the bridgr
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR from
Ko. 7S1, Sarrey.
$53 I Good Wheat
• i to U
No. I. Farm Hatnear.
KIDOG SADDLES *>4 TLT TXTS.
K"<h*- ’ll“ .Tie, Mn.wheela,
■ percent. nl fir «»«It with er4™. Sr-,4 4r. I •■i-nr. ue Orea. W...0
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A^rts. W. □. PRA'.T, Ccc’y, ELXriALT, IND.
Shop opposite the Brewery
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