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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1895)
E. H. THOMPSON,
Agent» to sell our choice and bar
fly Nursery Stock. We have many
, . ,
new special varieties, both in fruits
• . i . to ofier,
, • t are,
•• W' hool books at the drug
» »tore i and » ornamentals
of IL M. Horton.
controlled only by us. , We pay
— Don’t forget Henry Cheatham ¡commission or salary, Write uh at
barl er, doirea a part of your pat- once for terms, and secure choice
rona/e, at the new barber shop.
M ay B hutiieks , Nurserymen,
— Who said you couldn't get a
go<>d flavored cigar in town for five
cents? Gall at the City Drug Store
Dry Goods Clothing. Notions- Staple
Groceries. Classware Crockery Cutler
FRUIT TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Hay. Grain. Flour. Feed and Country Produce.
BAKER CITY, OREGON
For Sale Or Trade.
—100 acres of fine fruit land
— Builders tools amis of all kind 10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
building hardware at the Burns
Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
hardware store, at bottom prices
Butte. Lots at $400 each
and cattle part pay on each lot if
I'he Saloon, in ths new hotel i the purchaser so desires. For fur i
hnil.ling, RiehardHon anti Stephen« t h
¡llforiMfttlon inquire i at this
4_ 2 _ is nicely
* I /• furnished
• 1 I and II I
, otlice. •
its customers is given the IlCHt
brands of liquors and cigars.
V>' m . .1.
llOOtlS 1 11 Is
cure all liver 111», blUoue
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the proprie
tors ties every efft rt possible to make their guests feel at home
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market af-
Give The Burns a call and we feel assured you will continue to he
its guest when in town.
Everything in I'm irli ne guaranteed
to he done satisfactorily.
[W. E. G race ’ s
old stand ]
Bathes at all hours.
Who Will Work
W A NTED in every county to in
troillice the Celebrated ‘ ilvgeiii”
Waists ‘or all ages. This waist
supercedes the corset, and lias re
reived the unanimous approval of
pliyrieians of America. $100 out
fit free. Any energetic woman can
make from III* to $50 wnkly
Send for circulant and terms.
Il YGKIA M'F'G CO . 3?s kt , New
MR T. M. «V MRS. E. E. BRITTEN, P boi - kietors
Sarsaparilla has no equal, and believethat
many who are in poor health and have ’
berome di -couraged, would I e r< s.ored to
good health if they would only give
an olii * nii
W ki . i . I'Kir.n K kmkkt .—Mr»
Wtii.ldow'» -.K'ttiliig »( mp litio been need for
dolie 1 "v<r tilt y i > nr» l.\ in 11 lion - <>f mot her» for t belt
cllildren wliilu ti-eiIIIug, with perfect »uree»».
a I' »"“the» Ute child. ». tv» the game, nil«.«
all putti, iure» wind eolie, Hltd la t tie beat reme
ledi for I’larrhiixH
I» pleuaaiit to the leale
Sold by Itr-iggiRi» In every part <>f the world. ,
Twefit) foe ent» n bottle. Itaiallieig iiiisls
now lalilc Hr »lire and m k for M ra Windalow'e ,
Soothing Syrup, Hnd take no other k I nd.
— Lee Caldwell’s Saloon
running on a cash basis is .veil pat
ronized and the proprietor finds
tin- cash system to be good for him
self also, his customer»'. lie i*
thankful for past and present pat
ronage and courteously solicits his
friends to continue their patronage I
Has troubled rue for 11 years. I have
taken four bottle» of IIo ,1's Sarsaparilla
and am perfectly cured. I think Hood’s
A Marvelous Olacovrry Free
— Dr. Cate ia kept pretty
The universal good dentistry
by him has gained for the
« _^i.DK\LER IN.3 i ^ »
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
( a iio>.
InvMlnabl«*loall |duiit«‘r»Mii‘1 lovers
ul !’••••• Veu’MaLL and lU-ntilifUl
I lower«. Writ.* Inrlf
I» tl I I lltn A < <»-.
D. lron, Mieli.
<'ullev.ion», Land I.a inc-». nd Heal
KxUite matter proluptlv a.tended ....
EKK a T HICKS,
Hicks & Biggs
I Nuts and fruits.
IfjCP'Mail orders promptly filled.
JOHM F. 5TPATTON
DRUGS, BOOKS. STATIONARY. DYES, FAINTS, PERFUMES
I0ILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
I Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 r m .
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hour»
Otlice-» .it Canyon City and Burns
“The grate (rouble with the open
saloon Sunday in New York.” said
Mr Depew, “as compare w<th Sun
day under European conditions is
the American habit of treating
No one on the European continent
would any morw think of usking
an< bod v to drink then ho would
think of asking or giving alms
t*> ÌU M >
among his friends
And this is
<t Ccvrh Cur« I«
> ■ i. V .'i m- divina.
largley the ease in’llreat Britain WilUvtlt W ’»A
I .> .
luell tloii » po.
We are hnmliiap|H-d by two con hh
I .o it, nthrre recai»
« Ku.ti t •'
. TU»! it m t y hreoma
dition which make the open saloon iron ta. thè
-tor*, nt mi I enonnoua
a Bamol ’ ‘Ho Ere«* into
on Sunday such an instrument in petti* » <rv ; tn lì««* VnlU'd
Mai»*« ami Canada,
•>!> . b »re Tiiu >«. or Kron
destroying the sanctity of the Rub If t«»u h ive a
ehitle, ti«'« il, for it will cure you, If yvur
First a man who goes to tho chl««l hue thu Vrvup, or WluMOkiiig (X»u ih, uae
m * o » i |,’ »nd relief
m : t r*,
Î* you dread
saloon is separated from his family that ito»
<*»w - direi*-*-
< < ttaonipfIon. , u«»e
for NilllA»H*H Ct UK,
__ _ r *.'>r I'ruug
and los< s an admirable restraint I A*k
If your Lung»
l*rice tort« . flUet«. an ‘ Ifî.ûrt.
second, the habit of treating is fatal are aure or Ih. k lame, ’i*u Hhiloh‘< iN'ruua
Planter. Price Itela, 1 or aal« by all Pru«-
both to purse and sobriety. l livre fiata ami Dealer».
are 20 men in the sal<Min, all good i
citirens, god family men. Om of J
a w»<* I?
JOHN F. L
tin in is thirsty, the other 19 arc
mt The thirsty one has not the
moral courage to go to the bar ami
oriler his own diink
H<* dare not
do it So b»- invH«*« 19 m«-ti, w ho
are not thirsty and do not want to
bXl.MJ.&ij.fU 1- .
drink, and they have not th«* m«»ral
courage to refuse sii invitation,,
w Im h introlv« • a i« r-onnl court«-«» .
So the »hole 19 line up I«» the bar,
ant with Here's at you' ami 'Herr's
y<»ur health.' they drink to the man
whose hospital!vt th«1» ar»* enjoying.
Fverv «me of the 1*.» mn baa got I«»
return that haaptlaiiy l«eforr leaving is !
the («arroorn that day. and then
each recipient mu»t return the 2U
invitations tn order to keep up hia
Ct I tVr#»M W«
tv I'I * We’ktF’A
I^t s«>mr mathematician
’ «. r «»•
compute what this means. I d«» not
r livMciKn <v aurge^n.
A graduate of the Iowa Statt
I ni V« rsitv and College of Physi 1
cians and Surgeon (i
Oflice at rcsidei ce in Burns
Fare One way $7.50.
Through freight 3]cts. a pound.
Two days notice at any P. (). on the mute ami c »vere 1 c >a h > wil
II. A. Williams. Proprietor.
l,e famished tor passangors.
1. S. ÛEF.R & (I.
NEW YORK WORLD.
Round trip $15.00.
The Twiee-a week Edition of th«
Tinware & Sh
N< w Yo.k World has been convert
ed into th Thrice a week
AI.SO DEALERS TN
ni-lies 3 p qiers of G pages apiece,
nr i"gliti t-n pagi s every week, nt HARD-
.the oid p .<■«■ ot One Dollar a year
This gives 156 paper a year for On«
Doll ir and every |> i|a-r has 6 pigra
eight columns wide or IS columns |
inali. The Thriee-a-w«<k World
STO V Eb
is not onlv much larger than any I
weekly or semi weekly newspaper |
hut it furnishes the tn1»» with •'ANGERS
much grraler frequency
prom pt n» ** In fact it comlinrs \M Ml NITIoN A FlSIHNu tAUKLE
I all the crisp, fresh qualities of a " ' BE. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE GARDEN SEEDS. FAR
daily with the attractive spvciu>
MERS’ a MECHANICS’ 1OOLS a UNDERTAKING GOODS
' all and See vur Holiday goods.
feature» of a weekly.
Arrangements have been mad« I
bv which we can furnish thi* piper :
•nd the Thrice i-Wrek New York I
\\ <«ridlw>th for $2 25 a rear. Takt |
' advantage of this ofl»-r and get
H M HORTON
I v»uir san Ineal paper ami th«
' Thrice-a-Week World at this
Tna II frat n
» -^.DFAIIRS m- a
DRUGS. MEDICINE«. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINE*
STATIONERY. DI AMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMER
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. TORACCO, CIGARS ETC
■’ine Wines &
M ir CAI» M«*CNA«!M
» «. e» «»r». P*H«. Gf»* »•«.
Liqurs for Medical
Prescription» »rcunulv compounded.
First Claa* Dental Work Done