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BURNS. HARNEY- COUNTY. OREGON. DECEMBER 18 1895
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
“I'll go away! Let. me out and
I’ll go away! But you haven’t
Oae of the amusing incident.- heard the last of this.”
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tttending the marriage of Consuelo, They allowed her to go and
Vanderbilt to the Duke of Marl I shamefaced and humiliated, she
•oraugh occurred near St. Thomas ’ ran into the crowd and was lost
pratsKSM AND P boi dietok ».
Church. There were fully 5000] to view.—New York
women :n the crowd which lined
the sidewalks near by, and Acting
How to Prevent Croup.
« j Menthe ......... .............
Inspector Cot fright and bis 200
men had their hands full keeping
—(let one of I, S. Geer <£r Co’s
HERALD CLUB LIST:
j , raid aud Harper’«
he people back from the church
taker and cabinet-maker. Ilis work premium purchase tickets. This
iersld «nd Hnr^r s Mi eeklj .........
ind to post them concering the shop is the old restaurant building. firm agrees to give the holder of
■ V I «VatiUoTd
One woman, however, stoutly re cause, first symptoms and treat Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at ¡such tickets a fine life size Crayon
Voi. I 5Ó
per volume, postage.
-ill extra Der
fused to budge. She was tall and ment is the object of this •item. prices to suit the hard times. Cof i Portrait absolutely free of any
»♦/iiniMGt RH Hit hoove
well dressed and on her face was The origin of croup is a common fins made to onjii”. Will take pro ¡charge, by purchasing $20 worth
tfl£i at leisure in the Reading Room.
written in unmistakeble letters ‘ 1 cold. Children who are subject ¡to duce partlv for work and balance in of goods for cash at their store. It
/jr-Publishers of periodical« are solicitée
won’t!’’ She was a woman of forty it tske coli! very easily and croup ca-4:.
a copy of their work fu
is not necessary that the whole
’ J*Fire Reading
forty-two, wore jeweled ea-rings is almost sure to follow. The tirsi
ver. hall-volume, md w o
amount should be purchased at one
j and looked as if she might have an svmpton is hoarseness; this is soon
time, but any amount from 5 cents
followed by a peculiar rouSh cough.1 I A good ranch belonging to H. G. to $20 as explained upon the tick
interesting family at home.
‘ Madam,” said the acting in which is easily recognized and will [Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 ets.
1 . wk j 1 mo j 3 mo J 0 mo |?y>
never be forgotten by cne who has miles south east of Burns. This
spector, ‘ you can’t stand there.”
00 111.00 '♦15.01
yz. 50 ».->.00
“Why can’t I?” she asked defi heard it. The time to act is when ranch has abotrt; 1.00 acres of good
4. GO ó. 50 12 '.0
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
'-4 00 40 C»‘
5.00 X 00 15.00
the child first becomes hoarse. If meadow land. Price $800 or will
r,.oo li).'JO 20.00
colds, croup and whooping
9. IK) 15.00 28.00
“Because no one else can. We Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is trade for sheep.
"0.00 120 0
l.i.OC i».00 48.00
cfiugh. It is pleasant, safe and re
31». 00 40.00 60.00 110.00 140.0
can’t give you any privileges that I freely given all tendency to croup
B yrd Æ K ing .
liable. For sale by all druggists.
the others do not haye. So please * will soon disappear.
! the croupy cough has developed it
move on ”
)[ »very fleacription executed with neatne«»
md topateh, ar reasonable rates.
“I won’t/ I’ve got a perfect will prevent the attack. ’There is Be w ar of Oir.tnmts for Catarrh
right hare, You don’t own the no danger in giving this remedy for
that contain M rcnry,
sidewalks of tiiia town,’’ was the it contains nothing injurious.
FIT FOR AKINS.
is kept regularly on Ble tor re
hrence, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
anilina Bureau. 10 Spruce «t... New York.
sense of rmell and completely de
FRENCH A ENAMELLCO CALF.
“I don’t claim to own the side-
1?4.*3.5P fi NE C alf 8.K angarou
range the whole system when en
walks,” answered the acting in
♦3.50 P0UCE.3 soles .
- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
tering it thioAgh the inpcuus sur
| spector with perfect courtesy. “But
faces. Such articles should never
don’t you think il would be rather
#2.^ i . z ? boys S chool S hoei
I be used except on prescriptions
unfair if we allowed you to stand
........... Grover Cleveland
............. Adlai Stevenson here and dr ve the others away?”
; from reputable phvsieians, as the
Iscretsrjrof Sta'e ..
. Walter Q. Gresham
’ ohoo ^
Iscretsrj- o( Treasury.........
John G. Carlisle
Said an eminent English scientist recently; damage they wid do is ten fold to1
licreUry of Interior
“ The danger thut confronts tlie great Ameri
lirretary of War
....... Daniel a. Lamont the others you can’t get me
away can people to-day is not the possible lidop the good you can possibly derive I
reereUry of N«vy
Over One Million People wear tho
lecretsrjr of Agricult are. ..J. Sterling Morton
tion of a. wrong financial policy for tho fro d . them. Hail’s Catarrh Cure,'
Richard S, Olney
nation, or the spread cf socialism, or the manufactured by F. J. Cheney A’
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
.. .. Wilson S Bissell and she stamped her-foot.
increase if corruption among public men.
AH our shoes ara cquelly cailsf&ctory
these ate bad enough, to he sure, but Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer
They give the beet value far the money.
Then the acting inspector’s eyes all
G. w. McBride.
they are us nothing compared to the teiriblo
They equal custom shoes in style and fit.
J. H..Mitchell. i
nr miial disease—I had almost said nation I cury, and is taken int rnally, act Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
(Binger Hermann twinkled
prices ero uniform,—stamped on sole.
¡•ngressmen........................ iW. R. Ellie
—of overwork. The mad rush f i ing directly upon the blood and mu- ’ The
to *3 saved over other makes.
“Far be it from me. madam,” he Crime
C. M. idleman
wealth is set at a kiiiirgpuce, und thousands
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Wm P lx»rd
force [ fall by tbo wuy every year.
iecretsry of State
. I» R Kincaid eaid with a low bow, “to use
Warded, agent to
You may remain
fupt. Public Instruction
take exclusive »ale for this vicinity
.......... GM Irwin | igainst a ladv.
W H l.oeds ’
1 low do we know ? Eecausc it is the exccp you get the genuine. It is taken at once.
Jiere as long as you like» But in tioil to find a man or woman < f adult age hi
» R. S. Bean,
z C. Wolverton
order that the rest of the people perfect health. Nervous Disorders° me idternal.v and is made in Toledo,
‘ F. A. Moore
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among t!.e
nineth judicial DISTRICT.
may nut obj ct to your receiving symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, C«> d Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
'istrici Jn-ige.............. p
M. D. ( LIEFOKo
privileges, 1 will furnish Hai>ds and Feet, Dizziucs-, Hot 1 l.islics,
C. W. Parrish. ■»pecial
Fluttering Sensation, Fair ting, Head, che, >W*Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
A. W.Gowan you with a guard
of honor. ker'i Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, Melan- per bottle.
I'll i I i /v g A.T
t»«r 1 Palpitation,
!*-»•« .»4 S 1 l.htu-
COUNTY—HARN F.V :
SHE WOULDN'T MOYE.
America’s Gréât Danger,
matism, bln rt Breath, Sleeplessness, K< r-
voiis Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc
R ev .
A. C abroll ,pastor First IDpJ.t
Church, Yellow Sprit gs,O., writes as fol ow..;
“ I have used Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine
for the p st six months. I fird it acts li! e
a ch irm on the whole nervous system. 1
have not found its canal in giving immediate
relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
Pills only need a trial and they will recom
mend themselves to be the best pills in the
“ For five years I have suffered from Ner
vous Prostration, I was unable to work or
sleep. The first dose of Dr. Miles’ Restora
tive Nervine gave me relief, and one thi u
sand dollars would not cover the goed it Las
done me.”—JOHN MINCHER, Youngs
............... C. P- Rutherford. •
C. E. Kenjon •
1.8. (I mi
-•■ (R) . . .. A. Giltings
...8. W. Miller
C hah . Newe.l
A. B. Marks
R. R Sit«.
The Sergeant approach» d and
“Bring ten of your tallest men ”
Ten giants came up.
‘■Officers,” said the inspector,
hahsky r. H.
lady is not to be disturbed,
Thoma« Jone« Form a
tight circle around. all
.......... A. A. Cowing
facing the lady, and do not allow
anyone to see her.”
Tears of rage sprang to the wo
„ TL' ' RtBEKAH Degree No. 48.
e,eO 1st and 3d Wednesday.
“You don’t dare,” she began;
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
then she seemed to choke with in
M I. Lewi«, Rec. feec’y.
dignation. The men formed in a
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tight, grinning circle around her.
«od 4th Thuradnj«.
H M Horton, M. W.
She begged them to go away, she
l v> bayer. Ree *d
threatened them, she coaxed, but
L O O F.
" e‘Jow« HtH,every Saturday, not one of them said a word,
J. C. Wendy Ñ. G.
face which had become red as fire,
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
( now grew white, and in Bheer des-
PO8T M0- «• O. A. R.
perat.on she attempted to break
"M Feîulr Iï'*i,nt‘«day of each
She might ns
, H<ih Al> Comrade through the circle.
well haye tried to break through >
“I want to speak to the Captain
she said fiercely. Acting Inspect
Cortright approached her. Wi
eyes that blase«] with fury »
Don’t Tobacco Spit, or Sntoke Your
, truthful, startling o title
...... of a
book about No-To-Bac, the harm
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up nicotiiuzed nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison,
makes weak men gain strength'
vigor and manhood. You run no
physical or financial risk, as No-To-1
Bae is gold by druggists every where
under h guarantee to cure or money
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine is un-
«qualleil in curing Nervous Diseases. It
— — - •* or
sontains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold Chicago.
»n a positive guarantee by all druggists, or
Dr. Miles Medical Co-, Elkhart, Ind.
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