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E. H. THOMPSON,
The Prize Fichiers
L ittle R ock , N ov . 2.—The cases
against Fitzsimmons. Julian, Brady
Dry Coods Clothing, Notions Stani
Croceries. Classware Crockery Cuti
—School books at the drug store and Corbett were dismissed by the
of IL M. Horton.
court this afternoon on an agree
—School book h and stationary I ment that the men are to leave the
•heap for cash, at the Hardware gtate as soon as they can
■toreofC. II. Voegtly.
Clarke says h« has no intention of
them out, but it will be a
— Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
barber, desires a part of your pat serious thing if the restraining or
ronage, at the new barber shop.
—Who said you couldn’t get a
good flavored cigar in town for five
cents? Call at the City Drug Store
der is violated.
This disposes of the last chance
to pull off the fight. Brady will
agree iO nothing unless Julian’s
$10,000 is up, and there are no
signs of its being put up. Corbett
and Brady will leave for New York
—Chas Voegtly offers a Havana;
press grain drill at less than cost,
I John L. Rand, prosecuting attor-
— Builders tools ands of all kind ney, is a candidate for congress.1
building hardware at the Burns So is ex-Circuit Judge J. A. Fee, I
hardware store, at bottom prices
of Pendleton, J. B. Huntington, of
Burns, and R. 8. Anderson, of Bak
—The Saloon, in the new hotel er. With these four adroit politi
building, Richardson and Stephens cians struggling hard f r tne nom
proprietors, is nicely furnished and ination, it is more than possible
its customers is given the best that Ellis will again be the repub- j
brands of liquors and cigars.
lican standard bearer in the second ,
district of Oregon. ’‘That too many
— Dr. Cate is kept pretty busy
cooks spoil the broth.’’ may be real
The universal good dentistry done
ized by the above coterie of aspir I
t>y him has gained for the Dr. a
FRUIT TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Notice is hereby given that I am
now prepared to exchange the fol-
lowing Books which have been
adapted tor the following sixyears
Maxwell« first Book in English .25
“ Introductory Eng Gram. .30
“ Advanced “ •• ••
l*< termana Civil Government
A. C. W orthington .
Monteiths Elementary Geography
Geography $1.25. Clark» Normal
And all •
in proportion and a • i this date I
fviliaell school bonks. the strove
A 'I i»n »Inn, IIU»»v»ry Free
AM <>LI> » ni > W ki . i . T kici > R imsii V. Mr»
W iih UI ow ' i s < h U| i | iik sx rup ha» beeil uacil for
over Oft > vear» by inlllloii« otinolbvr» for Hielt
t-hiblren w lillv ivelhlti», will, pertect »ii<-< <•»».
ll »ootbe» Hl» chllil. •<>( >":l tbe guni», »11», •
•11 |>aln, eure» w in<l volle, an<i 1» tue Leu reine
v<lv for lliarrheoea. 1» plewaant to the l»»te
s.,1,1 l.y Ur<iKt!i»'i In ei vry pari of the worM.
Twanty-flv« venia • botlle. it»valuei» luml.
lablv Ile »nre and arlt for Mr» Wtndalow'»
Sootlilna AyrU|>. and take no other klnd.
. S...AI J. .<
»u. Baniaa. S.vnrd oni. ttannual
jet t ' -In «, < t »tu.
baker city . oreg 0.
I Prize Hood s
Sarsaparilla more than any remedy I have «
ever taken. I have never been robust and
was subject to severe headaches, and had
no appetite. Since taking
prices for cash and fo, cash only.
Order» bv mall promptly at tented
Dated thin 1st day of March
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MR T. M. & MRS. E. E. BRITTEN, P roprietors
and Hood's Pili3 I am a well woman,
have a good appetite and sleep well.
I cordially recommend Hood’s Far*
sapariila. M rs . N. M. GiRHAM, Fillmore
House, Fillmore, California.
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the pr--pr>.
tors use every effi rt possible to make their guests feel at home
f V * * -» cure all liver Illa, billoua-
1 lil¿9 ness. headache. 2ÓC.
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market sf
P roprietors ,
Give The Burns a call and we feel assured you will continue toh
fits guest when in yawn.
Everything in their line guaranteed
to be done satisfactorily.
Bathes at all hours.
[W. E. G race ’ s
oi . d stand ]
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DRUGS. BOOKS, STATIONARY. DYES, PAINTS, PERFUMES
TOILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
Nuts and fruits.
f fifMail orders promptly filled.
Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 r M.
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hour»
Fare One way $7.50.
Round trip $15.00.
SJcta. a pound.
Two days notice at any P (). on the route and covere i cov'i—< *H
H. A. Williams. Propiiet-'f.
be furnished for passengers.
A graduate of the Iowa State ’
Univ* rsity and College of I’hyni-f
cians and Surgeons.
Office at reside! <*e in Burns.
I. Î. GEER & Í0.
NEW YORK WORLD.
rhe Twice-a week Edition of the
New 5 o. k Work! has liven convert
ed into the Thrice a week. It fur-
nishes 3 p i|M.-rs of 6 pages apiece,
or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year.
This gives 156 paper a year for One
Dollar and every paper has 6 pages
eight columns wide or 48 columns I
“tinware & Sb
• iron Co^l5,
ALSO DEALERS TN-
in all. The Thricc-a-week World
is not only much larger than any
STO V Eb
werklv or semi-week I v newspaper,
but it furnishes the news with
promptness. In fact it combines
tinware , grantt
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
ware , crockery and glasswxre garden seeds , far
daily with the attractive special
MERS a MECHANICS’ TOOLS A UNDERTAKING GOODS
features of a ceekly.
• all and see cur Holiday goods.
Arrangements have been made!
by which we can furnish this pa|>er
and the Th rice-3-Week New York
W orldboth for $2 25 a year.
advantage of thia ofler and get I
H M. HORTON
your own local paper and the
Thrice a-Week World at this special
T hk H irai d .
JOHN F. STRATTON
Tin: «TW ATT*
I • « • * ? .
Hay Grain. Flour, Feed anti Country Produce.
— Lee Caldwell’s Saloon now
running on a cash basis is well pat-1 Agents to sell our choice and har-
roni/.ed am! the proprietor finds | ,|y Nursery Stock, . We have many
Real Estate, Life and Fire insur
the cash system to be good for him- ......
varieties, both in fruits l ance. Collections a Specialty.
self, also, his customer!:. He i •* i and ornamentals to offer, which are
n i only
thankful for past and present pat controlled
He pay ' burns ,
ronage and courteously solicits his commission or salary. Write us at
friends to continue their patronage, once for terms, and I secure choice
tlEO. S. SIZEMORE,
I of territory.
A Woman Who Will Work
B urns , ................................ O regon .
M ay B rothers , Nurserymen,
Col lee .ion*, Land birines*. and Rea)
WANTED in every county to in
Rochester, N Y. Estate matter nrmnptlv attended to.
troduce the Celebrated ‘‘Jlvgeia”
J. W HIGGS.
U aists *br all ages. This waist
canyon < itv .
B urns .
For Naic Or Trade.
RUpereeiies the corset, and has re
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
Hicks & Biggs
reived the unanimous approval of
10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
physicians of America. $3.00 out
i Oregon, I mile wi st of Spenser
tit free. Any energetic woman can
Butte. Lots at $400 each
Horses Offices at Canyon Citv and Burns
make from $16 to $50 weekly.
and cuttle part pay on each lot if
S.-nd for circulars and terms.
-a v> i ■. V
the purchaser so desires. For fur
HYGKIA M'F’G CO , 378 St , New
ther information impiire at this
r-iiybician < y ^»urge^n.
aif » s
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINK*
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
A FANCY TOU ET ARTICLES. TORACCO. CIGARS ETC
Fine Wines &
Liqucrs for Medical
1W Prescriptions accurately compounded.
First CI am Dental Work Don«