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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 20 1895,
P roprietors .
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Duke and Photographer
where thev must be beet known.
An aunt of mine, who resides at
An amusing story involving the Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit
jvgKY WEDNE8D a Y
Duke of Marlborough and his fiance me a few years since, and before (
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■ JOB WORK
K itwription executed with neatness
ttt.u reuotisbl* rates.
C. Bill Heads.
Ci. Note Heads, Cards, 1'icKets,
is now going the
a' leaving home wrote me, asking if
Newport correspondent of the New , thev were sold here, stating if they
York Advertiser. A few weeks be- j were not she would bring a quanti- .
fore Mrs. Vanderbilt, her daughterly with her. as she did not like tc
1 and the Duke left Newport a photog-, be without them.” The medicines
1 rapher put his camera in a good referred
I position in front of Oliver H. P. Cough Remedy, famous for its cures
—Get one of I. 8. Geer & Co’«
Belmont’s Fewport resident. While of colds and croup; Cnainberlain’s taker and cabinet-maker. His work premium purchase tickets.
the photographer had his head hid Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame shop is the old restaurant building. firm agrees to give the holder of
den benoath the black cloth, focus back, pains in the side and chest Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at such tickets a fine life size Crayon
ing the house, he felt some one and Dhamberlain’6 Colic, Cholera prices to suit the hard times. Cof Portrait absolutely free of any
touch his shoulder.
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel fins made to ordu»-. Will take pro-| charge, bv purchasing $20 worth
“I say, can’t you take us in a complaints. Tbete medicines have duce partlv for work and balance in of goods for cash at their store. It
group?” said a voice.
been inconstant use in Iowa for! ca-d:.
is not necesparv that the whole
The photographer saw before him | almost a quarter of a century. The I
| a slight, well built and boyish look people have learned that they are
ing man and a tall young woman articles of greet worth and morit
A good ranch belonging to H. G.
with black hair and eyes and a|
and unequaled by any other. They Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
portly, well fed man with a florid are for sale here by all druggists.
miles south east of Burns. This
face. Addressing the young man,
ranch has about 100 acres of good
the photographer answered that he
meadow land. Price $800 or will
never took personal photograph«
trade for sheep;
except in his studio. The youn^
B yrd & K ing .
man looked disappointed.
America’s Great Danger;_________
j oung women said, “Oh, wouldn’t
it have been fun?” and the trio
*1 Bewar of Ointmutsfor Catarrh
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
passed on. A witness of tbe inc.-
that contain M rcury,
|liuu> is kept regularly on file for re dent said
later to the photogra
nt be (,«o. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
“ The danger that confronts the great Aineri- ■
¡g Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
I can people to-day is not the poesible udop-> as mercury will surely destroy the
“You’re slow. Why didn’t you lion of a wrong financial policy for the'
sense of rmell and completely de
take a picture of those people this 1 nation, or the spread of socialism, or the
‘ ’ lucruwo
incruwe of corruption among public men. range the whole system when en
heMJ Rre Lud enough>
afternoon? Didn t you know whoj u, . tllese
enough, to do sure, but
tering it through the mucous sur
The young fellow was they are as nothing compared t to the terrible.
faces. Such articles should nev»r
arlborough. the voung
r> . . niad rubU f ,
young I 10( , ime
Adlai Stevenson the duke of Marlborough,
be used except on prescriptions
Walter Q. Gresham
as Miss Consuelo Vander-1 wealth is set at a killing pace, and thousand
m of Treasury
. John G. Carlisle woman was
from reputable phvsicians, as the
fall by the way every year.
irv of Interior..................... Hoke Smith
Daniel S. [.amont bill, and the older man was Oliver
You are likely to be ono cf tho victims 1 I damage they will do is tsn fold toj
... Hilary A, Herbert
r> of tgrieultare
J. Sterling Morton H. P. Belmont.”
1 low do we know ? Because it is tho LXCCJl the good you can possibly derive,
Riehard 8, Olney
to find a inan or woman of adult ugo n
.. Wilson 8 Bissell
perfect health. Nervous Disorders t< < I from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
itati — otktiON :
answered the chagrined photogra- spreading with fearful rapidity. Among 1.1 |
J. H.Miteh'JiL I pher.
“I could have made a good symptoms, are—Backache, Bdtoasners, Co.a manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Hands and Feet, Dizzines-, llot Flashes Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
J w ÍT ehh mBnn 1 thing out of that picture.”
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, ITead cb< cury, and is taken int rually, act--
... <5. M. ldlernsn ,
Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, Ak-lan
Wm P Lord ,
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choly, Faili. g Memory, Palpitation, llluu ing directly upon the blood and rau
Ivi ni State
I. R Kincaid
Phii. Metschan I
A complete and immediate revo- mutism, 8h. rt Breath, Sleeplessness, ' er- I cous surfaces of the system,
............. G M Irwin ,
rotis Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc
w h i.aed« | lution oi transportation methods,
R ev .' c . A. C arboll ,pastor hirst Baptist I buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure
> R. 8. Bean.
............. ' wm. P. Lord involving a reduction ot
freight Church, Yellow Springs, O., writes as fol lot. -: I you get the genuine
It is taken
“ I have used Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine
’ F. A. Moore
• ixtii jvmctAL otsTiticT:
for the past six months. I find it acts like idternaliv and is made in Toledo,
M. D. CLirroa., New York of trom 50 to 60 percent! a clinrm on the whole nervons system, j
have not found itseaual in giving immediate Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-
J. L. Rand is what is predicted in the Noyem relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver timonials free.
°- L Patterson.
........ ...(R) . ......... a . W.Co wan ber Cosmopolitan.
The plan pro Pills only need a trial and they will recom I
Sold by Druggists, price
mend themselves to be the best pills in the |
poses using light and inexpensive market.”
ror»TY— habnet :
? 'Jdn ......................C.P Rutherford.
corrugated iron cylinders, hung on
“ For five years I have suffered from Ner
C. E. Kenyon
vous Prostration, I was unable to work or
T A. McKinnon
sleep. The first dose of Dr. Miles' Restora
Don’t Tobacco Spit or Smoke Yotir
..A. Girting« from a cross-arm—the whole sys tive Nervlssgave me relief, end one thou
C has . Newe l tem involving an expense of not
done me ”—JOHN MINCH ER, Youngs
is the truthful, startling title
more than fifteen hunrdred dollars town, Ohio.
R. R. Siu.
Dr. Miles’ Reiterative Nervlue is un- book about No;To-Bac, the harm
a mile for construction. The roll
in CUBIMQ Nervous Diseases. It less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
sontains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold that braces up nicotimzed nerves,
a positive guarantee by all druggists, or eliminates
— A. A. Cowing comparatively
the nicotine poison,
inexpensive. Con sn
Dr. Miles Medical Co-, Elkhart, Indf
ipen gain strength,
tinuous lines of cylinders, moving
vigor and manhood. You run no
with no interval to speak of, would
•HTA REBEKAH beg»«« No.U.
physical or finaheial risk, as No-To-
carry more grain in a day than a
•»•»•O 1st and M Wedne^lav.
Bac is sold by druggist« every where
Lucy Rusk, N.G
quadruple track railway.
a guarantee to cure or money
M L Lewie. Rec. gee’
would constitute a sort of grain-pipe
C- w Burns Lodge, No <7
line. The Cosmopolitan also points
*’*TI Al *ud 4th Thursday«
out the probable abolition of street
H M Horton, M. W.
H. M. Horton, Burns.
J * Myer, Ree d cars before the coming horseless
FRENCH A EMAMCLLED CALF.
A HO*OM ,XM>re. Mo. 1
and «th Monday.
carriage, which can be operated by
a boy on asphalt pavement at a
total expense fur labor, oil, and in
terest, of not more than one dollar
i a day.
h «4*3" f , nc C alt ¿K angaroo .
*3.^P POLICE,3 SOLES.
^■^■^»2.$ 17® BOYS’SCHOOlSHOEl
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Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our «hoes are equally catlsfactory
They give the beet value for the money.
They equal custom Shoca In etyle and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform,--«tamped on sole..
From Si to S3 saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by-
Wanted, agent to
take exclusive »ale for this vicinity
W. L. D ouclas
OllVL riT FOR AKINS.
_____ "KW TORE.
FROCH A ENAMaifD GALE
musical marchan dise
*»•••"«. Guitars, B«n|o«. A cco H mjm , ¿«r,
aat, -c.. all kindsaf String», sic., sic.
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiam «, contractor
Carryl., U.S. M.H. ..«t E-Urn Oregon Exp,...
I Stage« Leave Barna daily for Canyon
| Fare 15.
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