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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 2<
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
perty, so in lime it was taken pos
•session of in the name of ivi ng
19,—The fiast [ County. The growth os the city
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
man to make a legal filing on ers- i ha« made the land valuble, and «
eryation land at this office yester i i now Miss Simeus’ daughter s-iks to
w. C. BYRD a SON.
P ublishers and P roprietors . day was Stephen Ilast-ar. He pre recover the property, havieg em 1
sented the powers of attorney from ployed a prominent Portland at
three old soldiers, Captian Tambl- i torney to push her claim —Call.
in, Conlonel Hammell and W. c.
Human. These are promoters of
One the leading features in Har
HERALD CLUB LIST:
—Get one of 1. 8. Geer
’s Magazine, at the close of this
thrnldaud Harper’s Magazine.......
a* year and the begining of the next, taker and cabinet-maker. Hie work premium purchase tickets.
Jacob Pippinger. ofLeland.
herald ami Harper’» Weekly .........
n»ral<i and Harper’s Bazar ■•••••••■
Jeraldaml Harper’s Young People
3.75 winner in an exciting race with
will be a novel by William Alack shop is the olti resteurant buiming. firm agrees to give the holder of
■I«ra;<i ami Alden’» Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.00
Bicli additional volume after Vol. i 55 cents',
The title of the story, Briséis, is Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his w*>rk nt such tickets a tine life size Crayon
to cents extra ver volume, postage.
.worked upon the land unt’l one i taken from its heroine, a Greek prices to suit the hard times. Cof Portrait absolutely free of any
rjF-Copie» of all the above works can be. ex-
II« had ! masden who is first introduced to fins made to order. \\ ill take pro charge, by purchasing $20 worth
minute after 12 o’clock-
« ¿ned at leisure in the Reading Room.
relays of saddle horses and rode the reader among the hills of Aber duce partlv for work and balance in of goods for cash at their store. It
rSp'fhiblfehers of periodicals are solicited
<i neml 1-lnbbJig rates, a copy of their work for more then 40 mileB over a
ru gged deenshire. It is a ta’e which has
is not necessary that the whole
^at Free Reading R >om—We file and bind the
min utes. I long occupied the thought of the
»Herat eioae of every half-volume, «nd •-•» ci trail in two hours and 20 i
amount should be purchased al one
... piwa uv advertisement.
| He passed envious neigh lbors and novelist, and into which he has put
time, but any amount from 5 cents
■J "JJ. u
excited strangers in his mad ride some of his best work. Each of its
A good ranch belonging to 11. G. to $20 as explained upon the tick
Al)\ ERTISING RATES
•ru B 1 wk 2 wk 1 mo j 3 mo 1 6 mo
1 ? yr A party who staked off mineral six monthly parts will be illustrat Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 ets.
ed from drawings imide in Scotland miles south east of Burns. This
J lach »1.50 »2.50 »5.00 I n 00 »11.00 »15.00
28.00 claime on thej Clearwater tried
3.00 4 00 6.50 12 09
and London by the well-known ranch has abov4 100 acres of good
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
ll.ftO 5.00 «00 15.00
W.Û0 reach Lewiston in a scow with oars
4.50 6 00 10.00 20.00
Ûcol. 6.00 y.oo 15.00 2«. 00
meadow land. Price $800 or will cures colds, croup and whooping
80.00 1-0.03 to propel it.
12.00 16.00 28.00 4S.OO
The craft wrounded
With its Greik heroine, British j trade for sheep.
cough. It is pleat-ant. safe and re
20.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 110 00 140.0«
19 miles from here and the men background, and American illustra
B yrd & K ing .
liable. For sale by all druggists.
were compelled to wade out through tor, Briséis will offer the first instill
walk ment of its attractions, drawn from
91 every description executed with neatness I the icy water waist deep and
•nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
sources os various but not conflict
Bewar of Ointmntsfor Catarrh
ing, in the December number of
that contain M rcury,
itor Alford of the Tribune at the Harper's.
T h » llKRiLli 1» kept regularly on file for re head, received a pointer that ¿some
J O IL FIT FOR A KUNG.
ference. in the Geo. r. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
rwtiiitig Bureau, 1U Spruce at.. New York.
20 Indian allotment had been can
FRENCH ¿.ENAMELLED CALF.
^4$3EP f|NE Cr.LF&KANOAROa
celled in a bodp near Sweetwater.
How to Prevent Croup.
3,sp PCIICE,3 SOLES.
This company repaired to the scene
in a body and met at a ranedezvous
to distribute tine quarter sections I
Adlai Stevenson among themselves.
Befor the pre
'ure ir; ,,f -t« e
Walter Q. GreHbam
from reputable physicians, as the
»•crersry of Treasury ............ John G. Carlisle
liminariss were complete, a horse
feere-,ry of Interior
damage they will do is ten fold to
««i-rstary of »’ar
........ Daniel 8. l.amont
man appeared from behind a knole
fecretary uf Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert
The origin of croup is a common the good you can possibly derive
«•Cretan of Agri« ulfnre. . .J. sterling Morton with a rille revolved readv for use.
Over One Million People wear the
Riebar-t S, Olney
cold. Children who aresu1 ject ®to fron them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, V/. L. Douglas $3 &
.. .. Wilson 8 Biaseil The etranged looked much like an
it tske cold very easily and croup manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
I idaal desperado and when he catue
G. W. McBride.
is almost sure to follow The first j Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer- They Rive tho best value for ti-o money.
J. H.Mitchell, 1 up he waved his hand
They equal custom «hoes In etyle and fit.
wearing q-rditics ure unsurpassed.
t Ringer Hermann
svmpton is hoars« ness; this is soon | ?ury, and is taken int rnally, act- Their
I ho prices ore Mliornt,--.stamped on sole.
«W. R. Elli»
$i tr> $3 raved over other mclccs.
C. M. ldlemun
followed by a peculiar rouith cough, , ing directly upon the blood and tnu- From
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Wm I’ l»r<i | you —------- sets foot up »n it I will
jjeretary of ¿Ute
. U R Kincaid
which is easily recognized and will 1 cous surfaces of the system. In
1....I I pump you full of holes.
Wanted, agent to
»up;. Public luatri uctlou
.. G M Irwin
exelnslve rale for this vicinity
W H LaedB
Word coms of a demonstration never lie forgotten by < ne who has! buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure take
8. Bean. by
an organized company that' heard it. The time to act is when you get the genuine. It is taken
........ f c.
C. Wo verton
the child first b« comes hoarse.
If idt» ruaby and is made in Toledo,
’ F. ....
drove a weaker party
from land I
NIXETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
•'•triet Julge ..
M. D. CLIFFOJ.V that was claimed by both
parties, j Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-
........ C. W. Parrish.
O. L. Patterson. The stronger party
threatened to j freely given all tendency to croup timonials free.
•(H).............. a . W.Gowan
Even after I JfW*Sold by Druggists, price / be.
hang a man whom thev called a I will soon disappear.
clame ju mper. This trouble was the croupy cough has developed it per bottle.
C. P. Rutherford.
C. E. Kenyon
1.8. Geer on cottonwood creek.—Idho States
T A. McKinnon
WaCAVtAIÙ, I tUUJt MARKs^J
no danger in giving this remedy for
.......... A. Gitting» men.
.(D)..............b. W. Miller
it contains nothing injurious.
Incidents of the Open ins
W. L. D ouglas
■ «■MtJMSnaRNwri... AV«r,uU..«WMW .-
C has . Newel
.. H. Tui iter
H arney V.
A. B. Marks
R. R. bits.
..- A. A. Cowiug
S î LV a
Degree No. IS.
(•etery i»t and 3d Wednesday.
Lticy Rusk. N.G.
M I. Lewis. Rec. Sec'y.
. C O. C. w. Burn« Lodge, No 47
•««•«rery M and 4th Thurxlay.
H M Horton. 3f. W.
J. W 8«)er, Rec’d
-Xs, os/r’T' MO-
i- ° ° r-
«llow« Hall, every Saturday,
J. <’. Wooiv N. O.
W C. Byrd. 8ecy.
BO *• G-
•*th ar (¿j. y-TP'1 •'d **dneaday of each
Hall. All Comrad.
®- • mails .
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CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT!
Claims Seattle Land.
Seattle, Wash , Nov. 16.— King
County is in a fair way to lose land
and property valued at $250,000.
Bv the provisions of a will made in
1861, Marie Situens. daughter of a
native of Helga Borge. Norway, his
lain claim to what is wnown as the
County Farm. The tract borders
on the southern city limits, and is
valued at $ 10<X) per acre. It has a
hospital and other improvements to
the extent of $1000,000.
Originally this land belonged to
Hans Olsen, who acquired proerty
under the arsumed name ¿of John
Thompson, as he had deserted from
the English navv. Being a single
man and without a relative. Olsen
wrote a will a will in the ahap« of
a letter to his sweethart in far-off
Norway, bequeathing tc her the
land in question
There was noth
ing recorded here to show what dis
position had been made of the pro-
is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bac, the harm
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up nicotimzed I nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison,
makes w-eak men gain i stiength.
vigor and manhood, You run no
physical or financial risk, l
as . No-To-
Bae is sold by druggists everywhere f
under a guarantee to cure or money
Sterling Remedy Co. New York or
H. M. Horton, Burns.
tin is tne secret ot tlio cure«
Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Read this:
to write that I
am now in per
fect health and
it 13all because
my blood pure.
pecnliar to "TA
tem was shat
tered and I
had to take my bed. The phystetan Mid
there was little hope for me. A neighbor
told of wonderful cures by flood « harsa-
Lari'.la and I deeded to try it. When I
ad taken 3 bottle«, I could »it up and now
I am perfectly well and atrong.
h«« d«>ne all thia for me.” M m . C. F
F adeucb , La Platts City, Colorado.
Hood’s Pilis k
CJ*i,.".I’t, ■J1*’’®? und ,in honest opinion, write to
MUNN Ar CO., who have hud nearly fifty year«*
experience In the patent business. Communica
tion» strictly confidential. A Handbook of In-
™1r'n.“tlon ri”}cçrni,‘g .Patent« and bow to ob
tain them «ent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
ical and aclentlflo book« »ent free.
Munn A Co. receive
JP*C a notice In the Scientific American, and
1,,. “T ?ro.ul?ht. wl<Je,r before the public with
out cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper.
Issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, ha* by bar the
*VKe»t circulation of any acientlllc work In th*
” Rioiai?3 nbT.e.“r- **rnm” copie» »ent free.
coniMdof Wltio“ monthly. »2.50a year. Sind«
cents. Fv«ry number contains bean,
tiful plates, in colors, and photograph« of new
Lie«« dJI ™.P
enabl,n« builder« to show th«
MHiiS £ A?
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Burns-Canyon Stage Lin<
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