NO 41 BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 11 1895, VOL. VIII. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report “But why? A crowd makes thirst—thirst demands lager—-lager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY On a Michigan avenue car a day is found only in saloons.” BY “A fellow tried that very trick or two ago, two men, each of whom I I for me last night.” W. C. BYRD & SON. had an umbrella in his hand, sat “And fifty customers rushed in • P ublishers and P roprietors . j side by side. After a few minutes I here and asked for beer?” one of them said: “No. sir About aixty rushed in SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 ‘If I’m not mistaken I once One Year ..................................................... |2.0o ¡owned that umbrella you are carry here for ice water and whisky and iix Mouths....................................................... .1.00 Three Months........................................................... 75 brandy for the old bilk lying in a ing.” HERALD CLUB LIST: “I wa« thinking the same about fit, and I was seventy cents out of —John Sweitzer,carpenter,under Herald and Harper’s Magazine............. 5,00 J —Get one of I, S. Geer A’ Co’s1 5.20 Herald and Harper’s Weekly .............. pocket before the police rushed him ' vours,” was the reply. taker and cabinet-maker. His work premium purchase tickets. This Herald and Harper’s Bazar................... 5.20 “If my memory serves me right > off. If you are thirsty you’d bet shop is the old restaurant building. firm agrees to give the holder of Herald and Harper’s Young People... 3.75 ia,..2.90 Jerald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedic each additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents: I left that umbrella in an office ter go down to the river and get a Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at such tickets a fine life size Crayon 10 cents extra ver volume, postage. on Griswold street about a year drink.”—Free Press. prices to suit the hard times. Cof Portrait absolutely free of any fIF’Copiesof all the above works can be ex- ago.” «iilned at leisure in the Reading Room. fins made to ordeK Will take pro | charge, by purchasing $20 worth Bloomers in Court. “Don’t doubt it in the least, -fj** Publishers of periodicals are solicited duce partlv for work and balance in of goods for cash at their store. It «i«nif clubbing rates, a copy of their work for Just about a year ago I was in an jar Free Reading Room—VV e tile and bind the is not necessary that the whole All the men in Little Rock who l ca-»h. ■Mr al ( lose of every half-volume, end t‘“v ci office on Griswold street and it be- lopies ov advertisement. amount should be purchased at one ’gantorain. This umbrella stood I usually sit in the front row of the ' time, but any amount from 5 cents there in p corner, and after a little oprea house, were in court when ADVERTISING RATES; MUSIC. to $20 as explained upon the tick Noe, arrested in «PACK 1 wk 2 wk 1 1 mo j 8 mu J o mo |_lyr manoeuvring I managed to steal it. I the case of Mrs. ets. Having permanenti v located in ’Inch 11.50 »2.50 »5.00 »5 ’» Mi.00 »15.00 A we«k previous to that I was the act of wearing bloomers in the I “ 3.ÜÜ 4 JO .50 12.0 - 1- -0 ■z.'- 0 Burns, will teach music on Piano. < “ 3.50 U.iX) <00 15.00 24 0 41 - 0 making s me purchases in a store main street, was called. i “ 4.50 ». 00 10.00 20.00 3-.. 00 50.00 Organ, Violin and Guitar. Music Judge Wilson and the audience Ji col. 6.00 ',‘.00 15.00 28.00 Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy 48 1 >0 54. toi on Woodward avenue. When I 12.00 i .00 25.00 48.00 XÜ.O0 120. OJ furnished for balls and parties, waited half an hour for the perfor cures colds, croup and whooping 20.00 50.00 40.00 60.00 110 00 140. vm started to go out I found that some terms to suit the times. mance to begin. Determined not | cough. It is pleat-ant, safe and re one liad stolen my umbrella. I JOB WORK E. A. Scherer. to be balked, a messenger was dis-, liable. For sale by all druggists. think you are the man.” JI every description executed with neatness patched to the N^e homestead, i “I know I am,” replied the other. ind despatch, at reasonable rates. E OHER. 'lirculars, Posters, Pamphlets “ Yes, I was in astoreon ’Woodward In a short time 1^.- r.etu-ned with, tnvelopes, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, I A good ranch belonging to H. G. «Meurent», Note Heads, Cards, Tic Rets, Stock Salt at $8.50 per ton sacked! avenue about a year ago. It was the following note, which was read I Memoranda, invitations. Dodgers, Etc. Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 aloud amid great applause: raining and I had no umbrella WOOL STORED FREE! T hs H krali » is kept regularly on file for re- miles south east of Burns. This rereuce, in tire Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- “ Dear Sir:. I aid busy making a I saw you stand vours up against R. R. RATES THE BEST! vartiaing Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York. the counter and walk away, and I new pair of bloomers to appear in ranch has aboiX 100 acres of good Can any point offer more? We meadow land. Price $800 or will court in. gobbled it. Shall we exchance or are the competing point and this is OFFICIAL DIRECTORY M* rtha Ync M artha 1 trade for sheep. x- ______________ let things go as thev are?” the place to rend your WOOL. } “P. S.— cl»ri<it t.'w the < hs » i Uvnn .v K ing . ‘ I’m satisfied.” NATIONAL! L?!16Pf “ r?‘ta -P ‘tafeV00 fro,n here- , until the bloomers are properly fit President ........................ .......... Grover Cleveland “So’m I.” fice-Fresidcut................. ........... Adlai SteveuBwn MN.” No point can offer better than iscretary uf State . Walter y. Gresham “Then we will continue to believe i ted • Nçretary of Treasury John G. Carlisle 1 “ Anything to oblige, ” said th»- B here. Buyers are here getting wcol. wcretarv of Interior Hoke Smith that, honesty is the best policy. I Heretory of War Daniel S. Lamont gallant judge, and the case was con F Don’t overlook your interest in the rcretary of Navy .. riuurv ... Hilary A. . nvrut-rt Herbert get ”iit here—good after no >n.” weretary of Agriculture. . .J. sterling Morton tinued until Monday with the ap It CAVEATS,TRADE MAHKsSr Utotney General -■ • ”- S, Olney -- above WHICH ARE FACTS. “Same to you, and integrity is Richard fostmaster General.. .. .. Wilson 8 Bissell COPYRIGHTS.^ proval of all present. — Bedrock Don’t be mish d bv irresponsible of the road to success.”—Detroit Free STATE- OREGON: CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT » Fora Democrat. prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to fers — we can duplicate any proposi- j. n . Dolph | Press. gsnstors MUNN & CO., who have had nearly fifty years’ J. II.Mitchell. 1 I experience In the patent business. Communica tion. Send yoqr wool in our care. tions strictly confldenttal. A Handbook of In (Binger Hermann , «ngresamen ........ formation concerning Pntentn and how to ob tW. R. Eilla No Bold Eye Shun Id See Her Attorney General............ Resp’t. tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan ... C. M. Idleman • He hud tried It. ical and scientific books sent free. •overnor Win P Lord , Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive Jjcretary of State .. O C. Co.. II R Kincaid notice In the Scientific American, and treasurer r Th«y had a new girl She w.ts special .... Phil. Metschan I thus are brought widely before the public with .'“J/ Public Instruction Huntington Ore. cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper, GM Irwin | “I have called her«,” he began ae not the imported article. Lut was out Mate Printer r W H Leeds | issued weekly, elegant ly illustrated, has by far tba largest circulation of any scientific work In the R. S'. Bean. he entered a Grand River avenue nativislic enatir'h to satisfy a mem world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. «’Freme Jadges Wm. P. Lord Building Edition, mont hly, >150 a year. Single -J5 oents. Every number contains beau F. A. Moore saloon the other night and found her of the A P A. She came copies, tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new SIXTH JCniCIAL district : wltb plans, enabling builders to show the IS THE BEST. the bartender alone—“I have called ; from somewhere in Indiana anti bouse«, district Ju,ge............ d latest designs and secure contracts. Address . M. D. C likfoku FIT FOR A KING. MUNN i CO.. Nxw Y okk , 301 B roadway . James A. Fee. here----- ” Mstrict Attorney had never seen a telephone. She . CORDOVAN, J. L. Rand to nt !Lepre8entBtlve (R) FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF. '•‘•‘■‘‘•“»tor...................(R) . . O. L. Patterson. “ Nothing for you! ” prusquely in was given a hasty lesson in its use W.Cowan 4»3.5.o F ine C alf ¿K angaroo , terrupted the bartender. and was told to answer it when $3.sp POLICE,3 soles . ____ __ COLNTY— HARNEY: ^nty .adire “But there may be, sir. Please members of the family were absent. »•«‘S'ixWsL C. P. Rutherford. friuurer (D). C. E. Kenyon I have a proposition I The seeond afternoon everybody “(I) 1.8. Geer hear me out. ♦jrvtvor boys 'S ciiool S hoex T A. McKinnon You want custom— was out but the Indiana product. ............ A. Gittinga to make you. Usm..r ■ ladies - ............ 8. W. Miller »«lA. ”*iïænoy .C ha ». Newe l I want beer.” She was in her room. .......... H. Turner “I don’t want your custom!” '°®nUimn»r1 An hour before dinner the female ID) / A. B. Mark» /R) ( > R. R. Sits. _ _ BROCKTON, MAS? “You wait a bit. You give me head of the family returned. Over One Million People wear the «ASSIT Ü. ». land officr : me a glass of lieer. I drink it and itoti «tor ‘ That thing in the closet was The nncc«'«t» of tl■’.< Great Cough Cure fa W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes Ueeiver ... Thoma« Jone» a puralltl in the history of medicine. go out doors. Standing in front of ringing for ten minutes this after w\hout ........ A. A. Cowing All our shoes are equally satisfactory All drmgglrt» are anthori ted to »ell it on a pos - They give the best value for the money. “ your door I begin to groan and noon, ma’am,” said the new girl, Itlv ’ t'-r.r-»nte-. .tt--«t ikm no otherc re cau I£'?, .e‘1ua,1c,,*tora*h<>cs in style and fit. SOCIETIES. succesaiul-.y stand. That it may become 1 moan and yell. Six or eight pe- unsurpassed, “Why did you not answer it as I kn.wn.ths Propi fetors. at an enormous ex I Thi a uniform,...stamped on sole. ■ t -. i TL'A reb EKAH Degree No. 43. pense. are placing a Sanmle Bottle Free into From Si to $3 saved over other make». desirains halt to find out what the told yon to do, Mary?” said the c-. "Severy m »nd M Wednesday. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by ry home in the United States and Canada. It you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bron trouble is. I yell some more and mistress Lucy Rusk, N.G. Dealers everywhere Wanted, agent to chitis, use it, for it will cure you. If your M L Lewi», Rec. Sec’y. fall down and squirm and kick and chi’dLas the Croup, or Whooping Cough, use “I would take exclusive sale for this vicinity. Write it promptly, and relief la sure. If you dread at. ouce. have a fit. In ten minutes I draw «•»to." ■ w■Rnrn, '-“•‘r*. No 47 Mary, “ohly I was half und.esard th tlnsiilicns disease Consumption, n»e it. vonr Druggist for SHILOH’S CURE, •»•n M »nd 4th Thursday. a crowd of one hundred people. and I was afraid it might bs a A'k Price 10 ct»., Met». and Si. 00. Ifyour Lungs H M Horton, M. W are a< re or Brck lame, use Shiloh'» Porous t «'S.» 4. « ■— 1 * s*yer, Rec'd Draw a crowd of one hundred De man Plaster. Price 25 ct». For »ale by all Drug troiters in front of a saloon and gist« and Dealers. * what is the result—the ineyitable « •nd 4th Monday. T1FE •' I’ X A'T’TOw -«■»-___ Mrs. Sayer C or H. result—the cash result to that J Y AKT* IS,,Elw-’inalar B and I nstruments W^.V,r,T.dL')I*iE «O. 77. I. o O F. »*T J. li.,: ta in ‘ : saloon.” W<1).tortoar HgXT PRf3<|DE«T Uu.efb. f i. , 044 Hall, every Saturday, ■ti.. 1er* • . J iVholtMl* Dealers in h! kprugftMaormi« L . aruj,. The bartender shook his head. for* new RarM Ifree.ArMn-'sC’A.’. iKEiUs WUS.CAi. MEKOHA — C- Wooly N. O. • 'üujt 241h, New \ c»g Luy. w C. Byrd. I. Swjr. - L.Ü...i.. . “Sir,” continued the man, “you JOHN F STRATTON are a man of business. You can ♦ t- ---------- ~ -------- • AN EVEN EXCHAMGE. Royal» ■ ABSOLUTELY PURE r a Y^HgE0UCAS SHILOH’S CONSUMPTION CURE K LPMUI IrvlMO* 77 M H** ° * 10 ’ * A * •m’rÎAl r- •- MAIM. ^•■ddepert.daUy, c''r* : Seadwv WAiicrwcTTTBsaa. 400 P< r Ce°t pr°fil 8 n*Ue a™?’ Y’ou press the button and I do the rest. For one glass of beer I guar antee you at least twenty custom er« ” * “It wouldn’t work,” said the bar tender ae he turned away. JOHN F. STRATTOE Burns-Canyon Stage Line CELEBRATED BANJOS • •4USIOAL I«,,, W*Hn'4nii-'i«r- I«. «uhm San]»». Mandell^-/ âc<2d»inx. s*cnl «*. -,c„ ail Und» of Sl'w TURK. H. A. \\ illiams , contractor. CTrying U. 8. Mail, .„d R,1U,rn Oregon Exprex. Co’. Expre,, Stages Leave Burna daily for Canyon Citv and j - I Fare 15. ? G.ty, and intermediate poinst.