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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1896)
new special varieties, both in fruits
and ornamentals to offer, which are
controlled only by us. We pay
—Don’t forget Henry Cheatham
'commission or salary. Write us at
barber, desires a part of your pat
’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
For Sale Or Trade.
— Builders tools ands of all kind
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
building hardware at the Burns ’ 10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene
hardware store, at bottom prices
Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser
Butte. Lots at $400 each
-The Saloon, in the new hotel j and cattie part pav On "e.cb’lot’if
building. Richardson and Stephens I the purchaaer ao deajre8
proprietors, is mcely furnished and I lh„ inforaiation inquire at tbi,
. its customers is given the bertjoffice>
ands of liquors and cigars.
—Dr. Cate is kept pretty
A Marvwlona DiKavtry Frew
A" OLD AWI> W«LLT*i«t> R khrdy .— Mr*.
The universal good dentistry done
. Wind*low'» XMdbiug i-vrup hu been used for
ys»r* by million» of mother* for their
bv hi m has gained for the Dr. a 1 OTer
children while teething, with perfect *ucee*a.
the child, »often* the gum*, allays
»11 pain, core« wind colic, and la toe beat rema
edr for Dlarrheoea. la pleaaant to (be taate
Hold by Drnaris a In erery part of the world.
Twenty flreceuta a bottle. Jta value ia inrala
lable. Be an re and ark for Mr*. Windaluw'a
Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
— I^e Caldwell’s Saloon now
running on a cash basis is well pat
ronized and the proprietor finds
the cash system to be good for him
self, also, his customer«. He is
thankful for past »nd present pat
ronage and courteously solicits his
friands to continue their patronage
ICK MASON, PLASTER -
ER and VENEERING.
I* the Foundation of the Wonderful Cures
by Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
That 1» Why the cures by Hood’s 8ar-
eananlla are C vrkb .
That to Why Hood’s 8*-sapar'll* cures
the se-e-sst cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum
and o'.hrr blood diseases.
That to Why it overcomes That Tired
Feeling, strengthens the nerves, gives
energy in place of exhaustion.
That to Why the sales of Hood’s Sar
saparilla have lncrwed year after year,
until it now require* for its production
the largest Laboratory in the world.
B and I nstruments
W.U^Moar WEXT PRCHDEST
Row 1« two time to form new Bend» for Cam oa I go pur-
We are offering aoectal inducements for |&9f
MW W .«ee tor inwetral.d I 0*1*0*
JOHN F STRATTON
Parties not conversant with the Veneering process and want
.nicely finished wall in residence, will do well to consult Mr MnT. »L “
before finishing with rustic.
Is the only True Blood Purifier promi
nently ri the public eye today. Be »uro
to g?t Pood’« and only Hood’*.
to b-*T. e»<v to take-
tdiy lu MCect. 2ûceuU.
Piccolosand Band Supplies.
JOHN F. STRATTON*!
U « <kh. i I V1« <1
». I f an.’ Whoksal- Dealen In all kinds
X. « » W • t X-r»Ù L U |'\CW V urk
I «»-«••• «ta VL-W«n«Un la alltl>4>.f
I Vl»tti ». Cuitara. Baajo«. AccwSeaa«. Hanseat.
A*». U, r!l t r.iijcl Strings, cl«., aie.
Davo Braham th«, p-pnlnr co-np«'.er
MuU'J ** •t ar ig-“’» I bvalr«,
New York, March l»t. 1*04.
Measra J hn F. Stratton
IWar Mrs —I bava given your Russian Gut
V1..lla Strings a thorough trial, and a-n plaas-
ed to state that they are the best toned ami
! n»v»t durable »trtng* I have ever turd
Yours reap;.. P a \ m IkUUAM
«’OHM F. OTRATTvU’8
CEI FURAI ED
t> bowels IV»lw M »II k.nd« <d
Cl 1,813,313,817 East Oth ‘JL.Ncw YorL
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
Bifsinfhn Stili Striip
HI I. HIS. SIA. HIT K. »th St
SONS, P roprietors
TONSORIAL PAKLOR, i
This large and comfortable hotel is well furnished and the proprie
tors use every effort possible to make their guests feel at home
The table is at all times supplied with everything the
Bathes at all hours.
Give The Burns a call and we feel assured you will continue to be
its guest when in town.
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,----------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------
B urns , .................................
O regon .
Collection*, Land businesa, and Rea)
Eatate matter promptlv attended to.
C*MYOM C ity .
B vbns .
Hicks & Biggs
[W. E. G race ’ s
oi . d stand ]
Offices at Canyon City and Burns
C Worthington ...........................................................
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONARY, DYES, PAINTS, PERFUMES
TOILET ARTICLES, AND NOTIONS.
R B M’PH^ST’Cin ’< D
A full line of School Books and School Supplies.
z-iiytoiciHn ôi 2>urge^n. ,
g>^r*Mail orders promptly filled.
A graduate of the Iowa State t
University and College of Phyai-1
ciana and Surgeons.
Office at residence in Burns.
NEW YORK WORLD.
The Twice-a-week Edition of the
New Yo.k World has been convert
ed into the Thrice-a week. It fur Leaves Burns daily at 6:30 p m .
Arrives at Ontario in 42 hours
nishes 3 pajwrs of t> pages apiece,
or eighteen pages every week, at
Fare One way $7.50. Round trip $15.00.
the old price of One l>ollar a year.'
This gives 156 paper a year for One i
Through freight 3jcts. a pound.
Dollar and every paper has 6 pages
Two days notice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches wll
eight columns wide or 48 columns
be furnished for passangers.
H. A. Williams. Proprietor
in all. The Thrice-a-weck World
is not only much larger than any
week I v or semi-weeklv newspaper,
but it furnishes the news with
frequency and .
promptness. In fact it combines
all the crisp, fresh qualities of a
daily with the attractive «necial
features of a eev-kly.
Arrangements have bee.
H M. HORTON........................................................ Proprietor
by which we can furnish thu
and the Thrice-a-Week N • fork
Worldb»»th for $2 25 a year.
advantage of this ofier a I get
v ^ udeaijirs ' y -^. ■
y«»ur own local paper and th«|
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES
Thrice a-Week World at this special,
STATIONERY. DIAMOND DYES. CHOICE PERFUMES
T he H erald .
City Drug Store
joh« r. sifittOT."££r
jorrt r. strattos
CdfbhilKl Umili Git
it» Fnwat »«» * avM
«vary Mv«ng W»rv»am4
Yow ar« likely to be one of the victims *
llow do we know ? Docauae it i* the cXOCp
lion to tind a man or woman of adult age hi
perfect health. Nervosa Disorder« are
Dr. Miles Medical On-, Elkhart, Ind.
Haiti an eminent Et>Kli»l> scientist recently I
•The «lunger tliul confront* thegieat Ameri
can |wo|>le loviay i* not the poMdhle adop
tion of a wrong financial policy for the
nation, or the spread of socialiam, or ths
in. rva*e of corruption among Public men.
til the«s aie bud enough, to bo sure, but
they are a* nothing compared to the teirible
na'lonal diaeass—I had almost said nation I
or I me of overwork. The mud rush f. i
wealth is art at a hilling p«<-e, and tbouoand*
fall by the way every year.
Dr. Miles* Re«toratlv« Nervine is un
N. COMEGYS A
JOHN F. STRATTON,
Catalogue. 811. SI S. S 15. S1 7 E 9th St . N.Y
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
equalled iu t-vaiuu Nervous Ihiraae*. It
atmain» m> opiates or dangerous d«nss. Hold
S*i a |«wlro guarantee bv all «IniggteK «
JOHN F. STRATTON’8
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among the
•ymptoma, are—Backache, 'idionsnews Cold
I land* and beet, Diui <■«•<. Hot t luahca,
Fluttering Kenaalion, Fait ting, llend. che,
II vmv ia. Irritability of the Heart. M«-lan
choly, Failing Memory, l*alpitation, Khcu-
mat «»tn, Nh. rt liteath. blrepl« «atH-Mi, 5«r
voua Ity«|>e|Mda, Hemal Debility, Fits, etc
Rr.v. c. 4. C * a no lx , paator Fimt Itepti-t
Church, Yellow Bprioga, <»., writes as fol.« w»:
** 1 have w>ed l>r. Miles' Restorative Nervine
fur the p«»l ait month*. I fitxl it acts like
a charm on the whole nervous system. 1
have not found itsoiual in giving immediate
relief. Dr. Miles* little Nerve and l.iver
Pills only neevl a trial and they will recom
meml themaelvss to be tLe best pdle in ths
• For five years I have soft-red from Ner
vous Piostraluwi, 1 was unal>le to work or
•leep. The first dose of Dr. Mil««* Restore
live NrrvlMgws me relief, ami one th. u
sand dolhrs would not cover tie go. d It I'»«
dona me -JOHN MINClIKli, Young»
town, Ohio. •
THE »TH *TTO~
fit free. Any energetic woman can
make from $16 to $50 weekly.
Send for circulars and terms.
HYGEIA M’F’G CO , 378 St., New
America’s Great Danger
Veneei¡Dg box, or frams houses almost as cheap as rustic and
much more comfortable—makes a «olid wall, durable, very warm ’
winter and cool and pleasant in summer.
WANTED in every county to in
troduce the Celebrated ‘‘Hygeia”
Waists *br all ages. This waist
supercedes the corset, and has re
ceived the unanimous approval of
physicians of America. $3.00 out i
Everything in their line guaranteed
to be done satisfactorily.
Brick Always on Hand for Local Custom.
P roprietors ,
WUkul, r>Mi.n la all kfc4..t
. >-tn». Guitar* Banjo*. Mandot'n-*,, Sc ord. c
Kizmonl »1. wc.. *11 kind* cf Cirino«, • te..«te
•ÌL1V * ULto.
JOH.1 F. FTRATTON
M c I ntyre ,
le* Vtslla «altw. BssAeNa. tea»*
Waoamta ata «a mal ta»« la» i-aQ|
JOHN F. •TRATTOM.
fwesrla», ■saatorv».*» «ad Wbataseta tostar*
»11. SII. SI A. «HT E. Sth SL. N. Y.
A FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. TOBACCO, CIGARS ETC.
Fine Wines & Liquors for Medical Purposes
Pr*** ri ptions accurately compounded.
First Class Dental Work D om