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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1895)
hardw are .
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
■ Do 1 ride a bicycle?” said the
hJ8fV man. as a look of disgust
Geer, comprising all lines of
came over hie face.
HARDWARE, CRCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
should say not. I can get bumps
iDOugh from the fellows who do
M rs F. E. M c G ee , Proprietress.
ride them without trying it myself.
STOX- E HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, & CARPENTERS 10
■‘Du you see that arm?’’ he add
ed rolling up his coat sieve and
I offer the »ame for Bale at greatly reduced priceB for CASH.
showing a badly scraped forearm.
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
•That’s the. result of my last en
counter with a bicycler.
••Run into? Of course. I was
crossing the street, and a fellow
came wniizing up behind me at the
rate of about 20 miles an hour.
So time to dodge. He was looking
over his shoulder at some girls, I
It is well arranged nice, cosy, comfortable rooms. The cuisine de
guess. ¡Anyhow, we collided. I partment is as perfect as possible for an inland town and guests will be
weni, down on that arm, as you see. served with care and attention.
I roiled over three times, got on my
feet and Jturned around to swear at
the fellow, but I didn’t have even
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
"He hadn’t come down yet. It
¡M. H. BRENTON ....................................................
must have thrown him 20 feet up
into the air, I should say. and when
LIV E RY STABL E
he did come down he struck on his |
head. That was 36 hours ago..
He hasn't come to yet.”
"Poor fellow! He was seriously
"loubtful if he reCouers, but.
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sent him th»- bt.-t doctor and the
best professional nurse I could find,
and 1’11 spend if 500 to bring him
around all right.”
"That’s generous of 50“. The I
accident could not te blamed to
The Proprietor of the Whita Front Livery Stable ae-
the public that he is prepared to accommodate
think its so generous when he gels I
way in his line of business.
on his feet again. He’ll wish we’d'
and grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
let him die.
"Because, sir, just as soon as he
Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Jeb Wages
recovers I’m going round and kick
him till he’ll never be able to think
of a bicycle ag on without feeling
sharp pains shooting up his back.”
This popular Hotel holds itself
in point oi
ot rank equal, 11 if not super
ior to any inland hotel and in fact
compares favorably with many
The 0. C. CO
Garry the Largest Stock of Gen-i tg
CRE NOW LOADED WITH F4L ANO WkTER GOODS1
[SELL AT ONE PRICE)
Several years ago I was taken I
with a severe attack of flux. I was
sick in bed about ten days and
could get nothing to relieve me un
til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which cured me and has been a
household remedy with us ever
since. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
Mo. For sale by all druggists.
Go nd s e Them or Write Them.
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietors.
THOROUGHBRED BUCKS FOR SALE.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Good Billiard tables, PleasantJCard Rooms, st«., etc.
Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
W. D. Huffman T''?’" Ore
",T,1“rl»1'l'Jsiyi'horoL-ghbred and High Grade
a rule I ain opposed to pro-
Spanish Merino Bucks.
Primary midicines. Still I value a
i*od one, especially when such is
’tie source of relief from pain. .*,8
* topical [external] application I
"»'e fbun(i Chamberlain’^ Pain I
B»lm the best remedy I have ever
for »euralgia of any kind. I
»«ve conscienciouslv recommended
11 to many perwons.
D’ Janesville, Wis.
’’old by all druggists.
From 300 to 500 Head.
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
Price from $4.00 to $15.00 per Head.
bukm S p LO uhä S aw mill
These Bucks are from the Cunnington Sheep Ranch, Umatilla
Situhted on Silvi., river ! mile E„t of Rarng nw tu bn.^
Customers wit receive GOOD FLOUR from
I Good Wheat
RED FRONT LIVERY
* - »W r. iTîîiî Ü. .* r”*"'
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP.
M c K innon & kenyon
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
Ow£ “ ¿‘‘-‘•k*« not.fr»« of
Everybody knows Joe and a horse under his care will never suffer
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for something to eat.
Shop opposite the Brewery
¿JF Further Joe is an old stable keeper, bavins had several
experience in a first class stable in Corvallis.