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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1896)
benefited by the healer's treatment
will be completely cured in a
A number of persons are here
WEDNESDAY «Xt’AKY 1 UK«
from Colorado and the East in
He Knew His Own Name.
men who have just returned »hat
A witness in Judge Low's depart- he was going to the southwest, and
n>ent of the police court came near I thought he wou'd go to Central
being sent to j til for contempt of ' America
court for telling the truth. The
witness was called and sworn.
‘•What is your name?” asked
Prosecuting Attorney Madden.
"I Denau.” ’epeated the witness.
‘ What's that?” demanded the
"I. Denau.” repeated the witness.
The judge and prosecuting attor
ney stared at each other in blank
"Look here, s»r,” roared thejudge
_ ^SEWHIU H KI. IK ISFOBHATIOJ
when he had recovered his
The McMullen Woven Wife Fence Co
"You will not l»e permitted
11» »»<» «20 x. Marke* »*.. Chic-»—
with this court.”
"Well—er—I only know what I
have always b-en told was my
uanie," explained the embarrass* d
witness. "Of course I can’t swt-ar 1
to it. but if it is not my true name,
CAVtAI 6, IrtAUt MAHKS^
I'd like to know it, your honor.”
"That is all any man knows of
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENTf Joe •
answer and an honest opinion, write to
his name,” declared the judge, prompt
M I SN A CO., who have bad nea,1Z "£‘2 255”
erpertenreln the intent bumieM. Communla*- f
“What have you been told your tions strictly confidential. A II nndbook of In
formation concerning Pa tents and bow to ot>-
tain them lent free. Al«o a catalogue ot mechan
ical end x-ientlflc tx>>k« »ent free
Patent« taken through Munn A Co. receive
■‘I Denau, sir.”
•pectal noticeintbe f*clentl»e America», and
tLue are brought widely before the public with*
“You don’t know?
out coat to the inventor. Thi» »plendld pap*»,
leaned weekly, elegantly illustrated, baa by far the
lanreat circulation of any acientiflc work In the
enter up an order—”
world. S3 a year. Sample coplea eent free
Building Edition, monthly. F.J0 a rear. Blngla
“I didn't say I didn’t know,” eoniea,
'it cent». Every numb« contain« beau
tiful platen. In color«, and photograph« of new
lustily explained the witness. “1 bou«ea, with plana enabling builder« to «how the
latent design» and »ecure contracts. Addreaa
MUNN i CO, Nl» Y ork . 361 BnoabWAT.
said my name was I. Denau — Ig
nalz Denau. sir.”
"Oh,” said the judge.
“Oh," echoed the prosecuting at
r 1 »
torney.—S F. Poet.
M ks F. E. M c G ee , Proprietress.
This popular Hotel holds itse r
in point of rank equal, if not supe,
ior to any inland hotel and in fa-t
Bigger and Better
Than Ever Before.
It is well arranged nice, c sy. comfortable rooms. The cuisine a
nartim nt is as perfect as po-»U le for an inland town and guests will l ’
-erved with care and attention.
Q ToUa Everything Yon Want
to Know When You
Want to Know It.
\ a veritable cyclopedia
OF up - to - date facts .
An Invaluable and Unrivalled
Political and Popular
< READY JANUARY 1st, 1896.
Pry« 25 ce HT s .
(Postpaid by MalL )
T he W orld ,
Pr- cripti ri- Carefully compound d by a Registered Phirnia Lt
Pulitzer Building, New York,
10» WttbMrt ttTkU ProMeatlal Ysan
All the same.
“Have you inv llmmces?” asked
Tony Pippin, with an abstracted
air, mh he inserted his leg» under a
table in one of those quick dispatch
t.«C*«A n USIOk sçvaac s. c
restaurants in Park row.
FOR SAUL BY
Meals 25 ce.iU» H oard per week» 35)
1 he fluffy haired waitress glanc
e I down at her plain black skirts,
*** si <.-> ritocv.lEB fc «
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
Poy is a good c ok a.id very accommodating. Near Lochei’s hall.
blushed laboreusly and said:
AN- • •
--»-•» I - d»ort rtl«ab|<*«1 In •' i- Bn-
‘ What was that you wanted?’’
uty I •
••• wise Arr y<-r N-’•*—eeth w
r'.v wgi*» of IhT. •• 1IM2, <»'
ii >w nvtl-d O'<1 »nd res -’ <1 elaluu
siw • » •
a» - ■;» entitled to h!-' «r rite»
How II you have ’em—baked,, MANDOLIN,
>' r> I *
< .aw», h' L'-urgo for aCr..-o. N i ft.
boiled, shirred, or bias?” the girl ^ttjXJrtm of «nd " holes il- D ‘tier* in all kind*
» wr~~0Hr* —
re*p< nded facetiously. She thought ' ta b-V. t-M . t - 4 le— - t ... » . •
Mr. Pippin was given to repartee.
"I waul them fried with bacon,”
louy re»|Mmded, with some severi r-—
"Will you take my order?”
W, D. Huffman ’Yr . » Ore
if you call for anything on
the bill This ain’t uo Chinese
Struck by a sudden fear, Mr Pip
pin grabbed the thumb pair, trd
menu, »canned the oyster list tor a
moment and then »aid meekly.
From 300 to 500 Head.
Price from $4.00 to $15.00 per Head.
"I made a mistake. It's scallops
At the ol«1 stand South East of the H ekat d office.
I want."—New York Journal.
assortment of Japanese goodsis very fine and, c-mndering the quality
Albuquerque. X. M. Doo. 28—
Krancia Schlatter the "IL»ater," is
in the vicinity of Fort Wingate ami
Gallup on the line of the Atlantic
and Pacific road. A parly of men i
who recently aaw him have returned
to tine eily. They wv’e E II Hus
ton of Evansville, Ind who ia re
ceiver of the Peoria, i>ecatur A
OF THE FAMOUS
Evanevilla; J w. Snyder, a biiaiveaa
man of Paris, III, and L IL Stanley
a Chicago commercial traveler*
Mr lluekm *•« aufitring from
On the* Corner &>uth of »be French Hotel, Main Street.
partial paralysis of one arm and
aide. He was treated by Schlatter
•nd is much improved, He said:
kverylsody know» Joe and a horse under hia care will never suffer
"I . have
traveled all o\*r America
am Europe and I bav* consulted
the finest physicians in the land
urther Joe i* an old stable keeper, ha vine had several ve«r*
FOR SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES
They did inc no good. I am much
experieucein a first class »table in Corvallis.
JAPANESE GOODS AND LAUNDRY.
1 horot ghbred and High Gra k*
Spanish Merino Bucks.
These Bucks are from the Cunnington Sheep Ranch, Um .tills
RED FRONT LIVERY