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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1895)
anvr F.rt, ve»«. : THOROUGHBRED BUCKS FOR SALE.
Having purcbwed the entire etoek formerly belonging to CJ
W. D. Huffman
nb.rt.lto" he.« y«t«a.y « hu«
¿.d wi «He «h" h«a
"“.«U.PM« .ere reunited .nd
rated 40 J ears w
uft together for Boston.
Tr Charles S. Mott, of Boston.,
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE. CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE.
Thoroughbred and High Grade.
Spanish Merino Bucks.
stepped from the train to leave a j
dispatch As he walked toward
biB car, a lady leaned from the wm-,
From 300 to 500 Head.
HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, & CARPENTERS TOO
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
Price from $4.00 to $15.00 per Head.
C. H. VOEGTL1Y.
dow of another car and asked the ,
doctor to hand her a diamond ring j
which had just slipped from her
finger and was lying at his feet.
Dr Moll picked up the nog and
the inscription on the inside r.ad,
-Charles Mott, to Vernal Burns. ,
She crien out, “Charles, my hus
band!” Dr. Mott clasped the wife
T he U niversity « f O regon , Eugene, Oregon, offers free tuition to all
who had tied from him in anger 40 students. Y ouiic men can obtain board, lodging, heat arid light in the;
dormitorv for $2 5G per w«ek. Roomers furnish their own linen. Young
women are provided with board in private families at $3 00 per week.
In 1855, Dr. Charles Mott was a j
V"H>ig women «lesiring board should address Prof. John Stratin, Eugene
well known young physician (,I|or(gor; ,,r Secretary Young Woman’s ( hrislinn Association. Eugene
University offers three baccalaureate degrees. Bachelor of Arts,
Boston He fell in love with Miss ,
Canterbury ? , n„,.) e],.r ,,f S«ience and Bachelor of Letters with corresponding courses
Con., and they were married. M
rs. ! ; of «tu dv. The follow ing shorter courses arc also offend:—An English
1 ......L ading in two vearq to a business diploma and in three years to,
Mott was jealous. One stormy I
«he ’’tie prodmite in Eng'ish; An advanced course for graduates of nor-
night, when her husband had > een uh ! s ho< l-leading tn the degree master of pedagogy; A three years i
detained sery late by a lanv patient eno s< in civil engineering leading to the degree civil engineer; A course |
the crazen wife determined to stand ., f •«<! v.ars for teachers of physical education leading to a diploma and
it no longer and stated out in th< 1 e title direr tor of physical education. The University charges an in- j
•'.» ntal foe of ten dollars which is parable in advance by all students
storm, leaving no trace of her
ttovi. «>•• holding d:pl< mep from th’1 public schools and those having
whereabouts. For year- the doctor t
- p“ .*< rt fi"" t«p H-rc ml mi t ted to the preparatory department without |
searched for his wife He was <>n j x- p '«."♦b p. Tr< c,‘ d«c’r’ng it formation r< garding the preparatory de-,
his way to'I'ew England t<> rev. -i I a- n n'
' ill«’ i.ihlres 'fie Pean. N. L Narregan. Eugene
gm-, -«nd jr f. rmation add-ess C. H Chapman. President,
th« scenes of his childix- <1 wle o ;
F< cretan . Eugene. Oregon.”
the happy »ccident occurred whim
reunited him to his long lost wit
Thsse Bucks are from the Cunnington.Sheep Ranch, Umatilla
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 1395-1896.
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
The Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable as
sures the public that he is prepared to accommodate
in every way in his line of business.
¿W Ha/ and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
a——iHEAP MEAT MARKET,
rhoea set in. She took halt a Lot
Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse a fid Jeb Wageu
tie of blackberry cordial but got no j
relief She then sent to me. to see i
if I had anvthing to help her. 1|
sent her a Lottie of Chamberlain’*1
Colle. Ch' 1» ra and Dian ho. a Run-!
edy and the firs' «lose leliet« <1 her.
Another of our tieighl>or* had been
sick for about a —e« |< and had tried
different remedies for diarrhoea but
kept getting worse. I sent him
HARRIS <fc JOHNSON Proprietors.
this >«me remedy. Only four doser
W heir it i« possible. Reef. (
• I it «ere r>«|itired to cur«1 him. He Pork, and Mutton will be on the block.
Sausage al way« on hand.
Mohrimer his recovery to th>
Give me a trial
*ond«rful remedy.—Mrs. Mary
Si ley. Sidiiej , Mich. For sale by
I n the Lot ker Building under the1
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Rooms, etc., etc.
| Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
t.ist summer «me of our grand |
eh'ldreii «as sick with a severe.
"el iruuble. Our doctor’s reme-i
'hrs bad failed, then we tried Cham-1
^•daiii s C«»lic, Cholera and Diar-
riioea Remedy, which gave very
*l»wdy relief. We regard it aB the
''►st meiticine ever put on the mar-
ketfor bwel couiplainta.— Mrs. E.
Gregory, Frederickstown. Mo.
Tuis certainly is the beet medicine
ever but on the market fur dyscn-
terr. summer complaint, colic and
'•"'lera infantum in children. It
'ever fai|9 |O gjVe pronipt relief
*h* usv-d in reasonable time and
ne plain printed directions are
’ Loaed. Many mother* have ex-
their sincere gratitude for
th” «“‘»Ml it has effected. F..r sale
»'J «U dru^guts.
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
ARA AHP HAZIER SODA
in packages 4^^
Ousts no more than inferior package
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is im/.
wrso^ acknowUdged pur nt in tbe world.
bukn S rL0uK& S aw mill
Silu.tvd on Silvie. river 1 mile E„t of Born», near the bridgr
Customers wi] receive GOOD FLOU
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Shop opposite the Brewery