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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1896)
The wife of Mr. Leonar Wells, of
East Brimfied, Mass, has been ,
suffering from neuralgia for two [ 1
Miss S allie H udspeth ,
days, not being able to sleep or' [■ ft
^H«SDAY JANUARY 1 1*6
hardley keepstill, when Mr Holden,’
the merchant there sent her her a
Call and examine goods and ascertain Prices. The Proprietress is
to the person submitting th®
bottle of Chamerlain s Pain Balm,
most meritorious iaventioa
I here to stay and desires to Please Patrons in Style, Quality of Goods
a member of various social or » and asked th it she give ita thorough
WE SKt'UKK PATENTS
! and Prices.
On Corner North of Meat Market.
FOR INVENTORS, and the
objoct of this offer is to en
ganizations, General Miles vet
persons of au invent
ive turn of mind. At the
tlkes much more pleasure in home naxdiyhsvuti I ¿hat she was j
same time we wish to impress
han in club hfe. He has the hap a righ’, the pain had left litr with-,
the fact that
0-art of making strong and loyal in two hours, and that the bottle of ; It’s the Simple,
friends- He has always enjoyed Pain Balm was worth $5 bo if it j Trivial Inventions
outdoor sports and athletic exer could not be bad for less. For sale | I That Yield Fortunes ’4
ciw. and did not miss, vou may be at 50 cents per bottle by
—such r.s Do Long's Hook
and Eve, “Seo that Hump,'’
gure being at the America’s cup
“Safety Pin.” “Pigs iu Clo
ver. ” “Air Brake.” etc
race in September. He is fond of | Six weeks ago I suffered with a V
Almost • very one conceives
a bright idea at some time or
horseback riding and appears to very severe cold; was almost unable ;
other. Why not put it in prac
has | | to 8peak. My friends all advised i
tical use? YOUR talents may
lie in this direction. May 1
come to pref®r »he bicycle, and in me to consult apysician. Noticing ♦ i
hL daily spins on the wheel his Chamberlian
for further Information and
Remedy ad H • , jarwrito tuetitiou
daughter or his son, a lad about to | vergt|8e(j ¡n
gt Paul Volks
♦I ; THE PRESS CLAIMS CO.
t»ens, is often his coni-. Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
Philip W. Avirett, Gen. Mgr.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
mala about him, especially good'
tyrely well* ] I now most heartily
of ttti, tompany
dogs.‘‘and his pets.’’as a friend I recommend this remedy to anyone
may be judged by the *a»-t .that its
rtock is lie Id by o vet one thousand .
once said, "are the pets of the whcle | suffering with a cold,
W m . K eil ,
of tlie leading newepavuia in the <
678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
In manner the general is quiet For sale by
GLOVES, M1TT0NS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
and self controlled, but none the
less »liable and courteous, and it
Located first block East of Church.
has been remarked that he never
W. H. C anaday , Manager
Price's Cream Baking Powder
: Qr. price’s Cream Baking Powder .
refuses to see anybody that calls t/r.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder-
I Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair. San Francisco.
upon him Perhaps it is a system l
aticin routine work, with a habit*
of beginni g as soon as possible
’ i- sh. ä? .
whatever h. d to
be done, that give»
_f 4 J
him this abundant leisure for visit
ors The members of his family
THE NAME OF T?E NEXT
have aeciss to his library in his
YOU KNOW A OOOD ADVERTISEMENT MEANS INCREASE IN BUSINESS?,
working hours and never seem to
disturb him. He is free from af
fectations and presents no eccen- i
tricities or angularities with which
1 If you are in a position
to point a “character sketch.”—|
I To do Busis, ss
George E. Pond in MbClure’s Mag
'Let Peoub Know it-
Rare Selection of Millinery Goods.
. . .
.1 » A /■
WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN
Certainly an Oddity.
if you have anything
The New York Weekly Tribune
Say th* Albany democrat: Lloyd
You want to Sell
Montgomery in certainly an oddity,
a mural enigma. He seems to have
let People Know it.
M litfle regaid for his word as for |
human life. To a person who call-,
td on him several times since he i
OF NOVEMBER 4th 1896.
was sentenced he ha9 doggedly in-1
listed that his first confession in«
which he alleged that McKercher|
killed his parents, and he killed |
Publio interest will steadily increase,
and the _______
McKercher, was correct, and that, who#e votes turned the scale at the last election are satisfied with the
he would have persisted io the ,, .»suits under the administration they elected, will make the campaign
»torv, if not particularly forced to ( | he most intensely exciting in the history of the country.
make the ether statement, and that
if he had been permitted to con
fess when sentenced, this was the
one he intended to make. F He the
• - leading
— Republican family newspaper of The United States, w.il m TMT’ O
WY T TT
rww na _
ell •PJ’Jdiah all the political news of the day, interesting to every American "*■ ” Vx
claims in the story he is now tell
ing that before the shooting Me-I ¡citizen
, of party affiliations.
KHrehor ucio,i I • C n
-e i i. i . . 1 0 Keneral neW8 ,n attractive form, foreign correspondents cover
u-e'* his father
if he had ,mg the news «
an agricultural department second to ------
Md his hops, and the answer was in the country, market reports which are recognized authority, fascinat*.
“yes. on yesterday.” and immedi- >ng short stories, complete in each number, the cream of the humorous
*tcly after the shooting began, im papers, foreign and domestic, with their best comic pictures, fashion
plying that McKercher did it for plates and elaborate descriptions of woman’s attire, with a varied and
attractive department of household interest.
The “New York Weekly Everybody Eeadt
money. This is the wo. ----_______
at kind of i...
— .- m ” is an ideal family paper, with a circulation larger than that TEE EEEALD.
*nncation, and it is not true that i of any other weekly publication in th > country issued from ths office of
he w?g forced to give the
con- a . dai
’ b’- •
Largs changes are being made in its details, tending to give Adr er tine in it. /twillpay.
statement il ?reat-r ,ife an,d v»riety, and especially more interest to the women
feesion to any one. L_._
hvfore the grand jury particularly and young people of the household.
Wa* as voluntary aa anything ever
CONTRACT enables us to offer this splendid
<i\en The matter simply shows an<^ THE HERALD for
Montgomery ia now having a
time with the Fex brothers,
todhng. singing, etc., enterely ob-
hvious of the future. He save he
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