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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1896)
BRICK MASON, FEASTER
Business Locals. d ^ent.x^z?Sice.„dh.r.l Blood
ER and VENEERING.
■ dy Nursery Stock. We have many
new special varieties, both in fruits |
and ornamentals to offer, which are
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham controlled only by us. We pay |
barber, desires a part of your pat commission or salary. Write us at
once for terms, and secure choice
ronage, at the new barber shop.
—Who said you couldn’t get a
M ay B rothers , Nurserymen,
good flavored cigar in town for five
Rochester, N Y.
cents? Call at the City Drug Store
If it 1«, you will be strong, vigorous,
full of life and ambition; you will havea
good appetite and good digestion;
strong nerves, sweet sleep.
But how few can say that their blood
is pure! How many people are suffering
dally from the consequences of impure
blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism,
catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and
# B D McINTYRE,
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom
Veneering box, or frame houses almost as cheap as rustie
much more comfortable—makes a solid wall, durable, very war * •
Hood’s Sarsaparilla purifles, vltalixaa winter and cool aud pleasant in summer.
That Tired Feeling.
and enriches the blood. Therefore, it is
Veneering process ana
.— ■ ~
It will give you pure, rich, red blood nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr Moi / a
—Build >ra to^ls ands of all kind
—100 acres of fine fruit land in and
ad strong —
before finishing with rimii».
building hardware at the Burns
It will overcome that tired feeling, before finishing with rustic.
10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
hardware store, at bottom prices
create an appetite, p've refreshing sleep
Oregon, 1 mile west of 8penser and make you strong.
For Sale Or Trade.
Butte. Lots at $400 each
—The Saloon, in the new hotel and cattle part pay on each lot if
building. Richardson and Stephens ’ the purchaser so desires. For
proprietors, is nicely furnished and (
---- ’ information inquire at this
its customers is given the beBt'( office.
brundu of liquors and cigars.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
S. K. COLLINS,
i.mll, c.tlüni. î^.
Celebrated Russian Gut
Bathes at all hours.
s,..a io, y|| 8|3 8|5 817 E 9th St’
for Violin. Guitar. Mandolin. Banjo
WAI 1 MAAt
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the proprie-
torR use every eff< rt possible to make their guests feel at home
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
B urns , .............................
O regon .
Collectons, Land business, anil- Rea)
Estate matter promptly attended to.
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market af
ERR a T HICKS,
C amtom C ity .
J. W BIGGS,
B urns . •
Hicks & Biggs
Give The Burns a call and we feel assured you will continue to be
its guest when in town.
Offices at Canyon City and Burns
X' »" ni< d t . t to rust Send Ivi < j
«11, «13, «15, «17 E. Vth St., N. V.
I-VMsrUrtoÍBnd Wh desi! D ».■•*»!« e!l a
U < <•.
*"■ • m □
a.. » n i» v¡
cians and Surgeons.
( fhce at residence in Burns.
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NEW YORK WORLD.
jonx r. RTHATTOX
tion to tiud a man or woman < f adult ago tn
l-< i ..t lo-aith. Nervous Disorders
•|>n«ding with fearful rapid'uy. Among ti e
mrniplonra, are— lla. ka. he, ’hliouatie»», ( <> <i
ilniHl« and Feel, IHuiue«*, llot Huaiiew,
aal WTol«^» P m I ov <• »II lt»4> -f
Fluttering Sensation. Fainting, Head die,
IlyMeria, Irritability of the Heart Mi lan
VtoNn«. Cult»»». Banjo«, Arcord-on». Pvn»wll,
elioly, Failiig Memory, Palpitation, ltluu-
ni.«ti»ni, Ml It liieatll, MeephaMiewa, Ncr-
Vona l'VR|»e|»ia, Neiual IWlulilv, Fit«, tic
Rrv. t . A. F ahhoix , i»a»tor Firat itapii-t
Clmn li. Yellow Spring«, < write«at folio».»:
•• I liavouoed I'r Milo»' lh-wtorativa Nervine
• •nd Dlrrclor
the popular composer
<4 Music at H«rr’g <a’a t'hvatrv,
for tho |»<»t aii month«. 1 find it acta like
a rlinrm on the whole norvona ayatem. 1
N»w York. March !sL 18«.
h«ve not found itaequal in giving immediate
Messrs JJinr Stratton
rolief. l»r Mile»' little Nerve ami l.iver
I War airs —I havugtvuo y..ur Ru«.lan Gut
l*ill»on!y nee»l a trial ami they will recom Violin string» a thorough trial, «nd am pleas
mend themaelvea to be tl.e lieat pills in the ed t<> stats that they are the b -«t tuned and
moat durable »trlng» I bar»ever U« .1
" For five vear» I have etifli rvd front Ner
Yours reap.. U.VK L-.UtAM
vous l'i.»tr«tion, 1 was unablo to work or I
The Aral do«.-of Dr. Miles’ Restara-
tlvr NervlMgoe me relief, ami one th u
•and dolhre «.wild not wver I - e go- <1 it ha*
Carl Thorbahn Mu»; al Di.acto-
done »e -JOHN M1NCHKR, Y.-oug»
Slau.tard Tbvatrv otC»»tr .
Cklengu. Uta Awn I. U. ISP»
Dr. Miles* Restorative Nervlae i» un
M m * h John F Atmtt n
l*aar Sir» —I am |.l««,«-i t-> K j able to
wpialled in rvaiNU Nervoua I>iw«w»
alate I hat I can bl«hty rrr. rrn . I v ur Rae
Son(alna no opt«tea (>r dangerous drug«. Sold
«*••> Gut Siring, f r ¿unUltty ■ a I »«•■ »-.
M a j»oeiuve guarantee bv all dmggtsta, or
l>r Mile» N«dM-al Co-. Elkhart, lod.
Tour veder» f..r tb»m abvu.J La tr«u.rn.
Tours truly. CARL Tflor.r.^3r
B a VDI k STHI
[W. E. G race ’ s old
A grnduate of the Iowa State A £ Worthington
University and College of Physi-1
0 * BAN.’uJ
You are likely tj be one cf the victim« I
1 low do we know T Daoauae it ia tho excep
MR T. M. A MRS. E. E. BRITTEN, P roprietors
John F. Stratton,
JOHI^ F. 61 TAT1ON,
Imptrttr, UaxnrnetHii’ <in<l W holt tale Pralfr'
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Everything in their line guaranteed
to be done satisfactorily.
CyZ Biiminfl amStiel Strings
JOHN F. 8TRA . TON'S
All Work Guaranteed.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
Sitiil an eminent Engliah •cienliat recently i
** 1 lie tl.mger tiinl eonfrotit» th«great Altieri-
cun p(»*plu tu-ilny b nut tho puM-iblu adop
tion of a wrong tinanciul policy for the
nation, or tho apreiul of social ¡am, or tlio
ln< rcaao of corruption among public men.
All tlicM nto l>u<l enough, to be aure, but
liter ar«» as nothing compart'd to tho terrible
nu'tomd diaaaae—I had aliuovt said nation I
crlmo <>f overwork. The mad rtialt 1 r
wi dth ia art nt a killing pace, mid thoiiMiid»
fall l>y the way every yeur.
P roprietors ,
WANTED in every county to in
troduce the Celebrated ‘‘Hygeia”]
Waists for all ages. This waist
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
supercedes the corset, and han re I
ceived the unanimous approval of
phyrieiana of America. $3.00 out I
tit free. Any energetic woman can Piccolosand Band Supplies.
make from $15 to $50 weekly. Send for
JOHN F. 8TRATTON,
Catelogue. 81 1.81 3. 8 I 5. 81 7 E 9th St.. N.Y
Send for circulars and terms.
HYGEIA M’F’G 00., 378 St, New
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
AM ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
Price of all Tableware from 75 cents to $1.25 per dozen
I ffW Leave orders at the store of I. S. Geei tfe Co.
all pain, cure» wind colic, and is the beat reme
edy for Diarrhoea. 1» pleasant to the taste
Hold by DriiKglaia in every part of the world.
Twenty-five cent» a bottle, ft» value i« invali
table. Be »nre and ark for Mr» Windilow'»
Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
America’s Great Danger
The Finest in the World.
Every String Warranted.
Who Will Work
Prominently in the public eye today.
— Dr. Cate is kept pretty busy
A -Marvel.»ua IHaeovery Free
The universal good dentistry done ' AM OLD AND W k LL-T k ISD R k MRDT.— Mr»
Wtndali.w’a Southing Syrup has been uaed for
by him has gained for the Dr. •j l over
fifty year» bjr millions ofnmther» for theh
children while teethliiK. withperfect »uc< «••».
- It soothe» the child, sofivn» the fumi, alla>«
— Ix-e Caldwell’s Saloon now
running on a cash basis is well pat
ronized and the proprietor finds
the cash system to lie good for him
self, also, his customers He is
thankful for past and present pat
ronage and courteously solicits his
friends to continue their patronage.
« ^afcDEAI.ER IN,
DKUGS( ROOKS. STATIONARY, DYES, PAINTS, PERFUMES
TOILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
......................- . . _ .
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
Nuts and fruits.
<WMail orders promptly filled.
The Twice-a week Edition of the
New Yo.k World has l>een convert
ed into the Thrice-a-week
nishes 3 papers of-6 pages apiece,
or eighteen pages every week, at
the old price of One Dollar a year. |
This gives 156 paper a year for One ' Uavee Bur,,e dail* at 6:30 p M-
Arrivea at Ontario in 42 hour*
Dollar and every paper has 6 pages [
Fare One way 17.50. Round trip $15.00.
eight columns wide or 48 columns
in all. The Thrice-a-week World
Through freight 3jcts. a pound.
is not only much larger than any
Two days notice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches wil
weekly or semi-weeklv newspaper,
but it furnishes the news with be furnished for passangers.
H. A. Williams. Proprietor.
much greater frequency
promptness. In fact it combines I
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
daily with the attractive anecial
features of a weekly.
Arrangements have bee.
H M. HORTON
by which we can furniah th'»
and the Thrice-a-Week N - fork
World both for $2 25 a vear.
advantage of thia offer a I get
your own locel paper and the
i Thrice a-Week World at this special'
T he H krai . d .
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBACCO, CIGARS ETC.
Fine "Wines & Liquors for Medical Purposes
JOHN r »YnATTON
«11. SIS. <>13. MT East VU. SU. N'«w Yuck.
^W^Preecriptiona accurately compounded
Firat Claaa Dental Work D om .