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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1895)
On« on the Teacher.
E. H. THOMPSON,
lOOd Dry Good3 Clothing. Notions Staple
Groceries. Classware Crockery Cutlery
A certain schoolmaster occasion-
ally compares the achievements of
-School books at the drug store hjB pupils with the work of noted I WWVi
•fH M. Horton.
men in their boyhood days, much [V?Zfu““^.O^r°i!ia.
—School books and stationary ■ to the scholars’ disadvantage.
have you solved the
•heap for cash, at the Hardware 1 1 “Now John,
¡problem?” asked the teacher the
store of C. H. Voegtly.
— Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
“No, sir,” replied ths boy, “I
baiber, desires a part of your pat
ronage, at the new barber shop.
“How old are you, John?”
FRUIT. TOBACCO, AND CIGARS
by Hoad's Sarsaparilla.
That 1« Why the cure« by Hood’s Sar-
aaDanila are C ukes .
That la Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cure«
the B3re-<*at case» of Scrofula, Salt Rheum Hay, Grain. Flour. Feed and Country Produce.
•nd other blopd di»ease3.
That la Why it overcomes That Tired I
BAKER CITY. OREGON
Feeling, atrengthens the nerves, givea
energy in place of exhaustion.
That la Why the aa! a of Hood’s Sar
saparilla have lncrcaied year after year, |
“Sixteen.” was the answer.
until It now re jairea for its production
“Sixteen!” repeated the instruc the largest Laboratory in the world.
—Who said you couldn’t get a
good flavored cigar in town for five
cents? Call at the City Drug 8tore tor. Sixteen and can’t solve a
simple problem like that! Why.
MR T. M A MRS. E. E. BRITTEN, P roprietors
sir, at your age George Washington
W w 1
—Chas Voegtly offers a Havana j WRg Burvevjng the estate of Lord
press grain drill at less than cost) Fairfax.”
la the only True Blood Purifier promi-
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the proprie
‘ The pupil looked thoughtful, but i nently ia the public eye today. Be aure
use every effert possible to make their guests feel at home
to gi‘. Hood's and only Hood's.
— Builders tool« ands of all kind made no reply.
rYll. e««v ’° S’”. ••«» *o '**•’
building hardware at the Burns! After the class was di8n‘'“ed a ■ Hood
S Kils eÀ1, lo affect. »cent*.
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market af.
hardware «tore, at bottom prices class mate inquired of him if Wash-
' ington ever did anything else re-
—The Saloon, in the new hotel ‘ markable when he was sixteeu.
Give The Burns a call and we feel assured you will continue to be
TONSORIAL PARLOR, I
“I don’t know.” res| ponde,I ,b.
building, Richardson and Stephens
y . w
ROBINSON A WALTON
I its guest when in town.
proprietors, is nicely furnished and boy. “He was a surveyor
its customers is given the best
P roprietors ,
lie was as old as our teacher he
brands of liquors and cigars.
was president of the United States.”
Everything in their line guaranteed
— Dr. Cate is kept pretty busy Philadelphia Call.
to be done satisfactorily.
The universal good dentistry done
[W. E. G race ’ s oi . d stand ]
by him has gained for the Dr. a
Bathes at all hours.
Agents to sell our choice and har
—Ix*w Caldwell’s Saloon now dy Nursery Stock. We have many
» ^.DEALER IN^^_ «
running on a cash basis is well pat-' new ” pecial varieties, both in fruits
DRUGS, BOOKS. STATIONARY, DYES, PAINTS, PERFUMES
finds I »nd ornamentals to offer, which are
ronized and ths proprietor
Real Estate, Life and Fire insur TOILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
the cash system to he good for him
’controlled only by us. M e pay ance. Collections a Specialty.
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
self, also, his customer«. He is
I once for terms, mid secure choice hi HNS,
Nuts and fruits.
for , past
and present r
fWMail orders promptly filled.
r on age and courteously solicits his I °* terntorv.
M ay B ho T iikrh , Nurserymen,
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
friends to continue their patronage.
Rochester, N Y.
A Woman Who WIH Work
Bl’HNS....................................... O r BOON.
Collecúona, Land burinsss. and Real
Batate matter promptlv attended to.
Siile Or Trade.
WANTED in every county to in
J. W HIGGS,
troduce the Celebrated “Hygeia
” . —100 acres of fine fruit land in ERK a T HICKS,
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
Huss*. 1 Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 P M.
Waist« ror all ages. ’ This
____ 1Û acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
■uperood«« lhe coraet, and ha« re-1 Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
Hicks & Biggs
Fare One way 47.50. Round trip 115.00.
coived the unanimous approval of | Butt*. Lot«at 94<K) each
phyriciana of America. 93.00 out <L and cattle part pay on each lot. if
Through freight 3^cts. a pound.
111 free. Any energetic woman can I lhe purchaser so desires, For f”r- Offices at Canyon Citv and Burns
Two days notice at any P. O. on the route and covered ciaih-H wil
make from 916 to 950 weekly.’ ther information inquire at this
t.e furnished for passangere.
H. A. William«. Proprietor.
Semi for circulars and terms.
H YGEIA M’F’G CO , 378 St, New
A Marvel»«* IHit'iitery Free
AN oll» aun W ill Tatii) K kmidv .-Mr*
Wlixlalow'a •Mk'lhlmt syrup ha* been navi for
over Aft) year* by inillknia »(mothers for then
children while teething, with perfwt añoras
it sootkaa Ho- < i. h .i. ». i ana the rama, *!'*>•
all pain. < ur*a wind eolie, an.l la th«- beat rone
(or l>l*rrhr«H'a. la pleasant to the taste
Notice is hereby given that I am rd»
Sold by l>nunil*i* In every part of the world.
Twenty tlveiriita a bollir Ila valuéis Invaia
now » «•pared to exchange lhe fob labia. ........
He aere atol ark (or Mr« Uludaluw
-- • - w uoolher kind,
I Hoot hi«'a Syrup, audtake
A graduate of the Iowa State
University and College of Phyai- (
cians and Surgeons.
Office at residence in Burns.
C. II VolTOTLY.
Tinware A, Sheet* iron Good®
The Twice-a week Edition of the
New Yo.k World has been convert
ALSO DKALIR8 IN
ed into the Thrice-a-week. It fur
nishes 3 papers of (> pages apiece, HARD-
or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year.
This gives 156 paper a year for One
Yte'i. • Collar». B*»|nt, â-cerdaaa. Kira... , Ihillar and every paper has 6 pages! SUPERIOR
.< I f > t. ft*.. Mt.
eight columns wide or 48 Columns
.1 in all. The Thrice-a-week World [
is not only much larger than any i
weekly or semi-weeklv newspaper. '
B.wn I.VSTIil Mt XTS but it furnishes the news with' HANGERS
tinware , GRANH
much greater frequency and AMMUNITION A FISHING TACKLE
Campate« » mw .
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promptness. In fact it combines
J «IN F S*
MERS' A MECHANICS’ TOOLS A UNDERTAKING GOODS
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
• aki «
Call and see our Holiday good«.
daily dith the attractive special 1
• feature* of a w••ekly.
Arrangements have been made
JOHN F. GTRATTO^’P
by which we can furnish this paper
and the Thrice-a-Week New York
Worldboth for 92 25 a vear
H M. HORTON
I advantage of this offer and get
your own local paper and the
Thrice a- Week World at this special
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asuaicAL MswcH/r.a st.
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DRUGS, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINE!*
NEW YORK WORLD.
lowing Books which have been I**’" ■
adapted tor the following sixyvars.
Maxwells first Book in English .25
“ Introductory Kng Gram. .80
“ Advanced “ “ “
I’etermana Civil Government
ad Wbela—1« TWaUes ’• «H khní» t
A. C. W orthington .
M SOtCAL rSBRCMARDIS .
Monteiths Elementary Geography
Geography 91.25. Clarks Normal
®5cts And all •
in proportion and a «I this dale I
will sell school booka. the above
prices for cash ami fo» cash only.
Orders by mall promptly at tented
to Dated this 1st day of March
I i GEER & ED.
«ea« W MW He
«tl.6U.tX.JU7 L_.1. .. .
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
JOHN F. 6TRÄ. swiw’S
JOHN F. «TnATTO«
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO. CIGARS ETC
Fine Wines &
•• ’»I MCRCMANO*««.
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Liqucrs for Medical
fW'Prew-riptiona aeeurately compound ed.
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