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Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
Rinehart, fossil hu( i v, will report
—Jess Bunvard was in Burns
that contain Mercury,
i progress when w
several days last week.
health cf our country is good, and as mercury will surely destroy the
—The rain is interfering very the price of beef cattle flattering, sense of rinell and completely de
—Jake Johnson is on the
much with threshing.
; list at the present writing.
also the of mutton sheep is fair. range the whole system when en-
—Prof. Newell and his little Chas. Comegys ami wife have locat- Bering it through the mucous sur-
—We hear Joe Morris, of Har
Such articles should never
circulation of ney, is going to San Francisco to daughter were in Burns one day ed in Silver Lake and appear su-' face(a
L t HE LAB®®®^
the latter part of last week.
be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the
—Mrs. Lee Caldwell left here on
—Register Jone8 returned yester-
they will do is ten fold to
anTSrd- SundaF8 of day mornlng w,th hls Wlfe and Monday on the Ontario stage for
The Durrant Trial.
■ the good you can possibly derive
Silver City. Idaho, where she will
and * p-ra- | child.
from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
join her husband.
The trial of Theodore Durrant manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Creek 4th. Sunday 11 a. m. i —Mrs. J. 8. Bowen is ill at her
—Those wishing to purchase for the murder of Blanche Lamont
u) The 2nd Sunday will daughter’s, Mrs. W. R. Gradon, in
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
first class bucks should call on W. in Emanual Church, San Francis-
d for general work in gurn8
cury, and is taken int rually, act
D Hufllian, Burns, Oregon. See co, began on th« 3d inst- Nothing
ing directly upon the blood and mu
—John McKinnon returned a
R ev . G ibson ,
was done on the 3d except the
day or two since, after an absence ad on another page.
cous surfaces of the system. In
opening ■tMeugmt of the p-««cUt- |
of two weeks.
French Transfer Designs and Var
you get the genuine. It is taken
—Col. Bob Mitchell spent the
Second day the testimony of C.
nish at the Chicago price. Anyone
and is made in Toledo,
most of last week in our town, He
G. Noble, uncle to the murdered
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
1 -J. C. Foley was in Burns
went frem here to Vale.
girl; he testified as to her disap
—Messrs. J. B. Johnson, Doug
pearance on April 3d, and being
£WSold by Druggists, price 75c.
I -Land Office Insuector G. W. Baker and J. C. Garrett have visit
found murdered in Emanuel church.
The Blue of the Sky.
■Andrews is in Burns.
ed our town since our last issue.
The next witness was Dr. |Barrett,
■ -The Times office is now in the
autopsy physician at the morgue,
—We get from the Item9 the Au
The blue color of the sky has
1 have two littie grand children
■ building south of the P. 0.
gust apportionment of county and been the subject of recent invest! his testimony war that the mur who are teething this hot summer
■ -Louie Weidenberg Jr. has start state school fund for our county gation, and the conclusion arrived dered girl came to her death by | weather and are troubled with
strangulation effected by the hands • p>
_ eW . el
I give them
■ ed»general merchandise store in was $6 95 per head.
at is that it is the air. as seen thro’
of another. Except the finger nail Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
—W. D. Huffman, a well-to do 45 miles of reflection. Balloonists marks on her throat there were no Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts like
I B orx —On the 7th. inst. a baby sheepman, of Harney county, was who have ascended to a height of other marks of violence. Third a charm. I earnestly recommend
I boy to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan in Long C»eek Monday, returning over five miles say that at that dis day. Sept. Sth. the day was taken' '• it for children with bowel troubles.
[I was myself taken with a severe
I Mother and baby doing well.
home Tuesday. Mr. Huffman is tance from the earth everything
up examiningthe diagram of Eman-' attack of bloody flux, with cramps
I —We see in the Tinies that. Mr Chas Cunningham’s agent for Har the blue of the sky about which uel church. Detective Gibson’s and pains in mv stomach,one-third
I A.S. Swain expects to be a eandi ney county, and has taken over 300 poets rave appears l elow
testimony was taken describing the of a, bottle of this remedy cured me.
I date on tie Republican ticket t r bucks to ! I’pply the trade this fall
finding of the body in the belfry of Withm twenty-four hours 1 was
out of bed and doing my house
work. Mrs. W. L. Dunagan, Bon-
—Sheriff Gittings was in Long
Sept. 6, the taking of testimony aqua, Hickman Co., Tenn.
—Mrs. Thos Walls and h< i
daughters. Misses Annie and Rosa Creek a dav this week, being en
John I). Dalv appointed admin proceeded slowly. The witnesses sale by H. M. Horton.
iltoherson Frank spent six or eight route for Salem with John Parker istrator of the estate of John Ware for the day were introduced by the
days in Burns v ¡siting friends.
The report of the viewers and prosecution to complete the evi-
the asylum authorities. Mr. Git surveyor on the Harney and Pine dence that Blanche Lamont was
—Broudy Johnson moved yester
Notice is hereby given that hv virtue
tings reports everything in a pros creek road approved and road or murdered.
' of a warrant issued out of the County
day from theRacine building on the
perous condition in our sister coun tiered opened.
Sept. 7, th$ trial drags slowly Court of Oregon, tor Harney county,
hill, into the building of N. Brown
commanding me to collect, delinquent
Cd Geer. I) M. M’cMenamv and »long no real important witnesses taxew for the year 1899. hv lew and eale
on the corner above the Tex
—We are informed that two John Worlow were appointed view for the state have beet put on the of the property of s>iid bdirquenta and
io me directed and delivered, I did.-on
. demimondeswho have been here for ers on the Burns Silvies road.
tl e 39lh <1 iv of April 1895, levy upon
—Wm. Hanley is East with beef
Mondav being a legal holiday the and will tell at public auction to the
The Potter and Warm Spring
several months, have signified their
highest bidder fo>- cieh in hand, on
cattl». He started with 12 car
^intention to reform, and, as it should road, J. C. Freeman, I. Fpster and ease was resumed on Tuesday.
I'linradav. September 26. 1895. at 10
load Six car loads were unloaded
io’clock A. M <>f said dav, at fhe comt
be, a helping hand has been ex Newell Hall were appointed view
at Omaha, the remainder went to
nonae door in Bums. Harney county,
tended to them, and both of them, ers.
Oregon, the following described real
we understand, have gotten em
J. C. Wooley got the contract for Don’t Toi>a<-eo Spit or Smoke Your property, to-wi ; Th® SEW of see. 16,
n Tp 25. S. R.31 E W M O egon,
—Mr. John McKinnon, of Burns, ployment in respectable families.
keeping the county poor. $3.19
together with the tenement«, heredita
spent a part of last week in this
is the truthful, startling title of a ments and nppur'enancps thereunto be
—Dacryosystosavingokatt kleisis per week
longing, situated in Harney county,
city, visiting with his brother
Grading Wm. Milldr lane con book about No-To-Bac, the harm Oregon.
Huntington’s postmaster, J. E. Mc2
and levied upon ipt the proper
by the Polk County Observer as an tract aw arded Mehaffey amt Hause, that braces up i licotimzed nerves, tv Taken
of John B. Emhieo. to satisfv the
eliminates the nicotine poison, sum of sixteen and (D-lOO dollars tax®«
O| eration performed on the eye. Price $180.
—Messrs Isaac Baer and Moses If the patient was blind thev now
J. W. Miller, road overseer of makes weak men gain 8tiength, and the sum of mx and 50-100 costs, to
vigor and manhood, You run no gether with costa and accruing coats.
Durkheimer, of Baker Citv, the
see, if not blind when the operation district No. 8, bond approved.
Given under mv hand thia 19th day
latter a brother to Julius our popu was performed the name of the
No-To- of An gust. 1895
Cal Geer was awarded the con- physical or financial risk, hn
A. G ittings ,
hr mayor and merchant, are in
tract for furnishing the county Bac is sold by druggists every where
operation will put them blind.
Sheriff of Harnov county, Oregon.
Burns for a few davs.
By J. M. V augn , Deputy.
wood. Price $4.00 per cord.
—Several of our citizens started
Sterling Remedy Co , New York or
! —He have an invitation to visit fore Stein Mountain yesterday, on
the fair of the Grande Ronde Agri a hunt, to be gone probably two
S ilver L ake . Ore ,August 31 ’95. Chicago.
H. M. Horton, Burns.
cultural Society. The fair will con
E d H erald :
Notice is hereby given 1hat by virtue
weeks Among whom are Dr. Me-
of a wsrrnt issued out nf the County
tinge oce week commencing Mon-
Court of Oregon, for Harney county,
Pheeters. the old gentleman Thomp
l»y the 16th. of this month/
In the vicimtv of Rnnoaf Wo»« | commanding me Io collect delinquent
McPheeters, Harry give some items from our vicinity
mt vicinity ot Boquet, VI eSt- , taxee for the year 1893. bv levy a nd Hale
Ivde Ernbree will be a pupil 'Thompson and Ed Walton. This Nut long since I returned from moreland Co, Pa., almost
°Per*v of Raid delinquents and
one | | **,e Pr°perty
I did on
kr... ♦ tn nnro n 1 Ionin I I to me
in the State Agricultural school at morning Al. Dunn. Cha« Johnson, Wallula Junction the terminus of can
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H *2 CUFe a lan,e ^e 30th day of April, 1805.
Corvallis the coming term. ^Ie is Dr. Cates and Mart Bienton fol the N P. R. R. I went there as back or stiff neck. They dampen |
I will sell at public auction to the
* sod of Dr. Ernbree who resided in lowed. No doubt but Stein Mcun conductor on the Calf. Pallace Car a piece of flannel with ’Chamber highest bidder for cash in hand, ou
Thursday, September 2«. 1895, at 10
tbit county for several years.
tain will be astonished at the in company with Dan »Zimmerman lains Pain Balm and bind it on the o clock A M. of said day, at the court
and in chatgeof a large baud of cat
affected parts and in one or two I house door in Burns, Harney county,
Mrs. J. 8. Kenyon, accompained : : amount of shooting, but - ---- wait
Oregon, the following <l -scribed real
days the trouble has disappeared. property, to-wit: The SEU of Sec 16
t her two little eons, arrived in< until the party returns.
this and surrounding neighborhoods
This same treatment will promptly ' P 25,S B 31, E. W. M Oregon. to-
" e<l,,eeday afternoon from
—The fall term of the State Agri
aether with the tenements, heredita
We are through haying here, the
cure a pain in the side or chest. ments and appurtenances thereunto be
urns and is the guests of her cultural Codege at Corvallis. Ore
hay is of good quality hut onlv
longing, situated in IIarnev county Or
dsugburs Misses Abbie and Dav gon, will h« gin the 19th of this
Mr. E. M. Frye, a prominent mer egon
Kenyon -Capital J wrnal.
chant of Boifuet, speaks very high
Taken and levied upon as the proper
month. Thi? college has twenty-
ind wife. M !«. Em. Bonyanl and
of R. Ernbree, to satisfy the sum of
— Herman Ruh residing in the | two instructors. Tuition free. 261 daughter Mirs I * «Kie accornp i nii d ly of Pain Balm, and his recom four and 14-100 dollars taxes and the
mendations have had much to do sum of six and 50-100 dollars cost, to-
w?u i-eighborhood has several students*^! yea?. Four courses y Mr II. T . Rinehart hr»» hc*e via
with costs and accruing costs.
with making it popular there. For I
hundred tons of hay for sale. Mr. of itudv—Agricultural. Mechanical. iting friends
(riven under my hand this 19th day
sale by all druggists.
Ruh also has several hundred bush- Household Economy and Bachelor
of Auguet, 1895.
smiles and little dancing cupid darts
a- . ..
3r*i(> for •»ale, he being one
continually emanating from the
Rv i m 'Vf Hnrne,y county, Oregon.
By J. M. V aughn , Deputy.
who were fortunate by U. S. Officer. The college fur sparkling eves of Miss Hattie, have
nishes board, room, fuel, light etc.,
J**?, in raising good crops.
played havoc with the hearts of
Doubttai Reed« alone. The beat
$2 50 per week. All expenses many of our young men.
are easy to get, and coat no
Mr. and Mrs Waters received,
including clothing, at $141 per
• ay or twoginee. arard from Mrs
I will be in your county late this
school year. Covallis is a city of
Anmt 27, 1S9S,
Ile ^«nson. dated Sept. 3rd.
fall, and will be as busy and newsy
‘r‘d *r,Weo at F<>rt Klamflh, stat- churches, therefore the moral and as ever
Your paper is a very
•I that they [the family] were on
I Al way« th« be«t. Known
welcome visitor here. Long may
lege are unequalled, Corn spend
■ every where. Perry*« Seed
l 2.*** h
the H erald live to advocate the
for **•» *«>>" you
bf V hw -V/ÎJ' æ ’ r Ï**'R
hv M1 m
a g . gter
how, and when to plant. ,
ju«t rights of the peoph.
«ent Free. Get it. Addreaa ./j
J ohn M. B lob «, Pres.
D. M. PERRY A CO., r-JIF
I will start in a few days, in com
pany with N. Comegys and H. J.
THOMAS JONES, RegiMer.