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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY
ODDITIES OF ANIMALS.
¡The Hi mud
GEN. MAHON’S COW.
Highest of all in Leavening Power
Latest U.S.Gov’t Report
When General Mahotte hirst en-
Every tered the southern army he was an
Observe for yourselves.
spotted dog has the end of his tail almost helpless d \ speptic. He had
W. C. BYRD à SON-
white, while eyerv spotted cat ha 8 Buffered for mauy years the uncer-
P ublishers and 1 ropkietors .
tain and untimely efiects of that
the end of her tail black.
fry it. Gather 10,000 of- the exasperating malady. He thought
threads spun by a fui’ grown spider he should have iresh milk every
fir it formed a
twist theni together, and see if they day in the
Get one of I, S. Geer & Co 8
HERALD CLUB LIST
equal in substance the size of one of
3eraldaud Harper’s Magazitte
took a cow itito the army and car taker ami cabinet-maker. His woik- premium purchase tickets.
Jerald and Harper s W eekly
Jerald and Harper s Bazar..
Oysters live 10 or .12 yeasr when ried the beast with him all throuh shop is in the olii saloon building
next door south of Worthington s. such tickets a fine life size Crayon
In this the war.
’eae'i a,l litio.nd volume after Vol. 1 5o cents. they have the chance
10 cents extra ver volume, postage.
Gen. Ma: one often related
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his w^rk at Portrait absolutely free of any
country they don’t get the chance.
¿•«“Copies of all the above works can be ex
Manv horses are fond of beer, annoyances the cow caused hint. prices to suit the hard times. Cof- charge, by purehc-sii'g $20 worth
i .lined at leisure ill the Reading Loom.
him fins m ade to ordeF. Will take pro of goods for •; atii at their store. It
and to a tired horse a bottle of One tim"Gen. Loe came
.-^Publishers of periodicals are solicited
o send clubbing rates, n copy of their work for beer in his gruel is a great restor ;
duce partly for work and balance.in is not neccasarv that the whole
wr Free Reading R Join—We file and bind the
1 4 ¡and said:
“Genenl, a on will have
amount should be purchased at one
auer at close of every half-volume, r <>d v-v c > ative.
It acts as a “pick me up I
lopies bv advertisement.
time, but any amount from 5 cents
and often makes a horse with no
‘ I cannot do it, sir,” Mahone re
to $20 as explained upon the tick
Brewers 1 Uli
appetite eat freely.
A good ranch belonging to II. G. ets.
del st a nd this, and that is one rea-
1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 1 8 mo 1 6 mo |. 1 yr
containing 160 acres 12
son why their horses always teem
11.50 $2.50 $5.00 $5.00 $11.00] $ >15.00
So the cow remained, and she miles south east of Burns. This
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
3.00 4.00 6.50 12.03
to be in good condition.
3.50 5.00 8.110 15.00 24.00 40 00
ranch has abov«t 100 acres of good cures colds, croup and whooping
The large horned beetle can
6.00 9.00 15.00 2S.00 48.00 54.00
meadow land. Price $800 or will cough. It is pleasant, safe and re
12.00 16.00 28.00 48.00 80.00 1 120.00 carry 315 times its own
20.00 80.0Q 40.00 I i O.CO 110.00 1 140.0
liable. For sale by all druggists.
trade for sheep.
One has been knowv to walk away
with a two and a quarttr pound
!the animal home to Petersburg
jf every description executed with neatness weight.
nui despatch, at reasonable rates.
Live bees are sometimes shipped I afterwards.
<1 G iï. tin nt r Catarrh
The General was noted also in
on ice so as to keep them dormant
that contain Mreury,
during the journey
This is par the army for the complete house
IS THE BEST.
’ T hs H ekalu is kept, regularly on file for re
hold outfit he errried. With cook-
tPO rJHvEa fit for a king .
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Au- ticularly the case with bumble bees,
as mercury will surely destroy the
rsrtislng Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
which have been taken to New .
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
Zealand, where they are useful ir^
4.#3.sj> F ine C alf &K angarotl
boasted that he lived Just as t.„..
well range the whole system when *«n- •
♦ aeo POLICE,3 soles .
fertilizing the r< d clover, that has
4950 52. WORKINGMEN
been introduced into the colony.
The amount of light that can be Washington. He had suplied his | faces. Such articles should nev»r
fice-Presiileut............................. Adlai Stevenson
obtained from fire Hies is not gen camp wagons with a full outfit of|be used except on prescriptions
lecretar.v of Blate ........... Walter Q. Gresham
iscretarvof Treasury............... John G. Carlisle
' best D8°NG0<A.
These insects have
Jicretary of Interior .............. .... Hoke Smith erally known.
ances, and,though the war was a damage they will do is ten fold to |
Itcratary of War
.... Daniel 8. Lamout
? ’ SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Secretary of Navy................ Hilary- A. Herbert two brigbt.spots on
perpetual “moving day” for him, the good you can possibly derive .
Jecretary of Agriculture. ... J. Sterling Morton
Over One Million People wear the
........... Richard S, Olney
Postmaster General............... Wilson 8 I i I bsl -II
domen, and gives light sufficient
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
war to go through he would do the manufactured by F. J. Cheney & All our shoes arc equally satisfactory
g . w. McBride.' to enable one to read at a little dis-
j. H.Mitchell. ;
give the best value for the money.
Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer They
1 tance. Two or three placed in the same wav.
They equal custom Shoes in style and fit.
wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
cury, and is taken int rnally, act-, Their
congressmen........................ ¡W. R. Ellis
The prices are uniform,'—stamped on sole.
Attorney Geuerul ....
... C. M, Idlemau ‘ center of a room will shed
St to S3 saved over other mekes.
ing directly upon the blood and mu-
Win P Lord ¡1 light all over it.
They are very
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
lecretary of State
........................... li R Kincaid
cons surfaces of the system, In
............ R.............. Phil. Metschan
Wanted, agent to
Supt. Public Instruction..................... G M IrUin I common in Havana, Brazil, Guiana,
Itate Printer ..................... R............
W H l.oeus Venezuela and
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure tie sure take exclusive kale for this vicinity.
Mexic. In those
i R. S. Bean,
It is taken
fupreme Judges ........................ 5 C. Wolverton countries at night the natives affix and to post them concering the you get the genuine.
) F. A. Moore
the little creatures to their shoes cause, first symptoms and treat-:
NINF.TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
. M. D C liffok .,
menu is the object of this item. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney <t Co. Tes
District Attorney ........................ C. W. Parrish. and thus obtain light to see the
¡oiat-Kepreseutaiive . (R) ...O, L. Patterson.
The origin of croup is a common timonials free.
loint-Senator.................(R).............. a . W.Gowan road and frighten away the snakes.
Mezican women use them as jewels. ’ cold. Children who are subject Jto £ff Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
................... C.. P. Rutherford .
........ (D)......... C. E. Kenjon
_ I. ................
8. Geer arid put them in their hair or on is almost sure to follow.
.... D .... T A. McKinnon
S. W. Miller
C has . Newel w re cages and feed them on scraps followed by a peculiar rouSh cough,
of sugar cane.
which is easily recognized and will
tradb marks .
R. R. Sitz.
D esign ratknts ,
Perfect seeds grow
Reynard is a knowing animal. never be forgotten by cne who has
paying crops. Perfect seeds
HAHNEY Ü. 8. LAND office :
»TA’lf?,rn!at on an<^ tree Handbook write to
The foxes are much tormented by heard it. The time to act is when
are not grown by chance. Noth A..¡>-
ML NN & co., 861 B roadway , Nrw Y ork .
ing Isever left to chance in grow
. Thomas Jones
Oldest bureau for securing patents in America.
ing Perry’s Needs. Dealerjwll
the child first becomee hoarse.
• ...A. A.Cowing ' fleas, but when the infliction be
Every patent taken out by us Is brought before
them everywhere. Write for
the publlo by a notice given free of charge In the
comes too severe they know how to Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is
get rid of the insects. They gather freely given all tendency to croup
SEED ANNUAL /7
I from the bark of trees moss, which will soon disappear.
for ISOfi. Brimful of vu I uh C:,-.
J^trost circulation of any scientific paper tn the
Information about liestgnd new
JHustrated. No Intelligent
LVA REBEKAH Degree No. st.
should bo without it. Weekly*
they carry to a stream that deepen the croupy cough has developed it
est seeds. Free by mail,
year; «1.50 six months. Address. Mt&N®4 CO?
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
by degrss. Here they enter the will prevent the attack.
There is I
Lucy Rusk. N.G.
M L I<ewia, Rec. Sec’y.
water, still carrying the moss in no danger in giving this remedy for
their mouths, and going backwards, it contains nothing injurious.
A. O. Ü. W. Burns Lodge, No. 47
beginning from the ends of their
Meets every 2d and 4th Thursday*.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
H M Horton, M. W
tails, they advance by slow degress
J W Sayer, Rec'd
G.L*.EBK/- l ¿ è)
till the whole body, with the excep.
H arney lodge , no . 77, 1.0 o f .
tion of the mouth, is entirely im
lor Violin, Guitar. Mandolin, Banjo
TWO FOR ONE
Feliowa Hall, everv Saturila),
Finest Made. Extra Plated
J. C. Wooly N.G.
mersed. The Hees, during this pro
fUAtl MARK. Warranted not to rust. Send for Catlg
- -r» f
W C. Byrd, Becy.
ceeding. have rushed in rapid haste
Send for free sample and judge
k’rijgjrttrs of and WhohsaTe Dcrters In a»t ’
Imperter, Manufacturer and Wholetale Dealer’
to the drv parts, and finally* to the .1 thereby. The E. O. H eral d and
MUSICA L MERCK/ f
harney post no . *». o . a . r .
Cincinnati Week!*" Et quirer, both I 1
tnd ?d Wednesday of each
Hall. All Contrada
one year for $2.
food standing Invited.
cording to bis calculation, allowed
The Enquirer is a 9 colum,8 pace
sufficient time, quietly op.ens his paper. issued each Thursday.
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
mouth. Th«» moss floats off down
Largest in HZe.oheapest in price
H’ A* W illiams , contractor.
■vane— valb :
| when it is out of jumping distance plain print, good white paper If
*rry”\'8 M*Ìl8a''dE‘“er" °reiOn E^‘« Co’« Exprès
, the fox finds its way to the bank
the Enquirer is that paper
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