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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. MARCH 18
TO SEARCH FOR GOLD
Äbw to Prevent Croup.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers
San Francisco, March 1*2—A
to post them concering the
ka today. The steam schooner ! cause, first symptoms and treat-
W. C. BYRD & SON.
Elcelsior was chartered, and so • mentis the object of this item,
P ublishers and P roprietors .
quietly was the matter carritd out, The origin of croup is a common
that the owners of the vessel. (J. A. cold. Children who are subject ¡to I
Hooper & Co., knew hardly any it tske cold very easily and croup
One Y«»r ..................................................
Six Month« ............................................... .1.00
thing of the plans of the managers is almost sure to follow. The first
Three Mouth« ............... ....................... . .75
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Last*year some wealthy citizens svmpton is hoarseness; this is soon
—John Sweitzer,carpenter,under-1 —Get one of I, S. Geer & Co’s
Berald and Harper’s Magazine.......
¡Jerald and Harper s Weekly .........
of Boston heard rumors ofimmense followed by a peculiar rou3h cough, takerand cabinet-maker. His work- ' premium purchase tickets. This
Meraldand Harper 8 Bazar........
deposits at Cook’s in which is easily recognized and will shop is ____
_ firm agrees * to give the holder of
in the _ old
People .. 2 90
’«eh additional volume after Vol. I 55 centa: let, and A. Pennock,an experienced never be forgotten by < ne who has next door south of Worthington’s ¡such tickets a fine life size Crayon
W cent« extra ver volume, postage.
. miner, was sent to view the coun heard it. The time to act is when Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at Portrait absolutely free of any
rwcovie. of all the above work, can be ex-
the child first becomes hoarse. If prices to suit the hard times. Cof ' charge, by purchasing $20 worth
«•^ned at leisure in the Beading Room.
Pennock made a thorough
Cough Remedy is fins made to
take pro of goods for cash at their store. It
«»-Publishers of periodicals are solicited ......
x)leno clubbing rates, a «>py of their work for for the shining j mt tai, and, in his <> free] v gi ven all tendency to croup duce partlv for work and balance in is not necessary that the
inr free Heading Room—We file and bind the
*tter at close of every haif-volume, »"d r>»* ci opinion, was
successtul beyond will soon disappear.
Even after ica4k.
amount should be purchased at one
Iqutstion. He, with a few friends, the croupy cough has developed it
time, but any amount from 5 cents
at once measured off over 10 acres will prevent the attack. There is.
to $20 as explained upon the tick
no danger in giving this remedy for |
J 1 mo J 3 mo J 6 mo 1 1 yr
.rid 1 wk
it contains nothing injurious.
Jlncb 11.50 1’2.50 15.00 |8 '10 111.00 115.00
28.00 rights were secured and the pros
3.00 4.00 6.50 12 D3
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
3 f>0 6.00 8.00 15.00 24 OO 40 00
4.50 6.00 10 00 29.00 32.00 50.00 pectois washed out a few ounces
cures colds, croup and whooping
9 00 15.00 28.00 48.00 54 00
TWO FOR ONE.
1'2.90 16 00 28.00 48.00 80.00 1’20.00 and started for Boston.
cough. It is pleasant, safe and re
trade for sheep.
is both fine and coarsQ, and the
liable. For sale-by* all druggist
« Send for free sample and judge
B ykd & K ing ,
mint here values it at $16 per'! i thereby. The E.- O. H erald and
jf everv <1e«cription executed with neattie«« ounce.
....... Weekly Ei quirer, both
rad deapatch, at reasonable ratea.
«ri._ ip ____ :____
mnl * r Catarrh
Enquirer is a 9 ~ colimi,8 page rot
porated as the Alaska & Reston
that contain Mrcnry,
PaPer> issued each Thursday.
Company, and $100,000 was paid
<5*3 CUHF ISTHEBEST.
Largest in size,cheapest in price,
T hr H erald 1« kept regularly on file for re
I1UL fit FOR A KIN«.
Henry E Spaulding and ( t . most reliable in news,all large type. | ag mercury will surely destroy the
ference, In the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad in.
vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st... New York.
TRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
W. T. Braman, the l itter being at • plain print, good white paper,
i senpe of rmell and completely de-
4*3.“ F ine C alf &K angamnl
the head of the West Side electrical l our readers want another live paper.
♦ 3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
the Enquirer is that paper.
SVRi.fim when en.
| roads, came to this city and’ b?gan Call or send orders to this office. • tering it through the mucoun sur-
preparations for the expedition.
| faces. Such articles should nev* r
■ ladies *
. .Grover Cleveland
_____ ! be used except on prescriptions
. . Adlai Stevenson
Secretary of State .. .
Kiehara 8. Oli ey has been carefully guarded, but it
from reputable physicians, as the
Secretary of Treasury ..
.. John G. Carlisle
Secretary of Iuterior ...
Hoke Smith is known
damage they will do is ten fold to
Secretary of War
.. Daniel S. Lamont
Secretary of Navy .. .
Hilary A. Herbert about 20 miles from Ressurrection
Over One Million People 'wear the
the good yap can possibly derive
.J. Sterling Morton
Secretary of Agriculture
America’s Great Danger from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Judson Harmon creek, at the head of Cook inlet*
.. Wm. L Wilson
Postmaster General . .
AU our shoes are equally satisfactory
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & They
give the best value for the money.
Gj.W’.Mitchell 'PLAYMHTE OF JAY GOULD.]
equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
Co., Toledo, O , -contains no mer They
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
...... 1 i Binger
Their wearing qualities are uneurpassed.
prices are uniform,—stamped on sole.
cury, and is taken int rnally, act-, The
(W. R. Kilis
From $■ to $3 saved over other makes.
• Said an eminent English scientist recently:
... C. M, ldleman '
Seattle, Wash. March 12—Jason ■ " The danger that confronts the great Anieri- ing directly upon the blood and mu
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
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ieeretary of State ............................. (i R Kincaid I Goilld-CorCin
I .-an piople to-day is not the possible adop
Wanted, agent to
cous surfaces of the system, In
Phil. Met.chaii 0011 U V OrU1"’
•upt. Public Instruction
... GM Irwin | living
at Auburn, called at the nation, or the spread of socialism, or the buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure take exclusive sale for thia vicinity
W H i.oeds
1RS " Bean. times office t is afternoon and told jimasc of corruption among public men. you get the genuine.
It is taken
...................... 5 C. Wol 1 verton
ill ilieso are bud enough, to be sure, but
a story concerning the early life of they are ss nothing compared to the terrible idternally and is made in Toledo,
> F. A. Moore
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
ta ional disease—1 had almost said nation I
Ohio, by F. .1. Cheney & Co. Tes
. D ... M.D CtlFFOki. Jay Gould, which comes with es
Biatrict Attorney ................
C. W. Parrish. pecial interest at the present time. 3 ime—of overwork. The mad rush I r
(R) .. .0, L. Patteraon.
'•inPSeuator................ (R)............... a . W.Gowan
On February 24, the Associated j (all by the wny every year.
rfdF Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
I Press sent out a story concerning You aro likely ta be eno cf the victims * per bottle.
I low do we know ? I'ecausc it is the excep
______ C. P. Rntherford.
married tion to find a man or woman <»f adult age in I
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALE
..(D)..........C. E. Kenyon the claim that Gould had
.. (R) ............ 1.8. Geer
perfect health. Nervous Disorders me |
his younger days, and spreading
D .... T A. McKinnon a wife in
with fearful rapidity. Among t' e
(R)............. A. Gifting.
POLICE, 3 S oles .
. ..(D)........... S. W. Miller after living for three months with symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, Cold
‘ch tol Superintendent (R)
. .(’ has . Newe 1
iluuds and 1'eet, Dizzines«, llot 1 Lsbcs,
................ Geo. Trega.ki. her, deserted her.
Now a young Fluttering
Sensation, Fail ting, ITead.iclic,
B oys 'S chool S hoes .
A. B. Mark.
Hysteria, Irritability of the lieart, Melan
R. R Sit«. woman appears and brings suit for
choly, Faili g Memory, Palpitation, Rheu
well begun Is half done. Begin A
a share of the Gould estate, claim matism, bli rt Death, Sleeplessness, .Ner
well by getting Fern’s Reeds. I
HARNET ü. 8. LAND OFFICk:
Wlkin’t let chance determine|
SEND FOR CATALOGUE *
. ............ ... Thomas Jones ing that she is a daughter of the vous I »yspepsm, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc
W your crop, but plant Ferry'« I
............................A. A. Cowing
R f . v . C. A. C ariioll ,pastor First Ib piist
W Heeds. Known and sold |
great railway magnate by his first Church, Yellow Sprit gs, <)., writes as fuhov. s: I
Before you plant, get
, Yea can invemoney b^purchaalnc W. L.
wife. The dispatch states that “ I have u-.ed Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine |
Ferry's Seed Annual X
for the p at six months. I find it acta like
. Because, we are the largest manufacturers ot
everything rested on it being proven a ch inn on the whole nervous system. 1
for 1896. Contains more prao-1 ’
' advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name ana price on
have not found its equal in giving immediate '
that in his younger days Jason relief.
I the bottom, which protects you against high
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 48.
Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
Meets every 1st and M Wednesday.
Gould was the man who in later Pills only need a trial and they will recom- |
b. a. mir * ce., nrraoiT,
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
Mies I-ela McGee N.O.
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
years went by the now famous maud themselves to be the best pills in the
Sam Mothershead. Rec. Sec’y.
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
name of Jay Gould.
dealer cannot supply you, wc can. Sold by
“ For five years I have stifle red from Ner
A. O. V. W. Burns Lodge, No 47
Farmer Corbin says they were vous Prostration, I was unable to work or
JOHN F. STM ATT OW
Meets every 2d and 4th Thursdays.
The first dose of Dr. Mile«’ Restora
one and the same man. Gould and sleep.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
CFT ED RATED
H M Horton, M. W
tive Nervine give me relief, and one th« u
1. W Sayer, Rec'd
1 Corbin w< re children together in Mud dollars would not cover the gm d it lias
(onw Bani* ,nstrument$
done me.”—JOHN MINCH ER, Youngs
HARNMY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
the san e town and grew up togeth- town, Ohio.
7 ìóe» ~ “ Od<1 r,1Iow» Hall, everv Saturday,
i"-« -.^-,.1 wul,».,
j „ k
Corbin was named after an Dr. Mlles’ Restorative Nervine Is un
d R ums T fifes ,
W. C. Byrd, N. O. • er.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
uncle of Jay’s. Corbin’s aunt also Bontains no opiates or dangerous di ugs. Sold
Cat.logue. • 11. • 1 «t S, g 1 7" «th SU W.Y
’• became John B. Gould’s—Jay’s U.
3/ iV 1 vJUU
harnry post no . «, g . a . b .
father’s—second wife, and thu« the
*n<1 M Wednesday of each
I• e.L-t -
Fell‘’»»' Hall. All Comrade families were connected,
good «tändln« Invited.
says that Jav’« father ndver called
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
hie son anything else but Jason.
W. L. D ouglas
W. L. D ouclas
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. Mail, .„d Ea.tarn Oregon Ezpre.. Co'. Expe,fc
c. ■ • MAILS.
A rrlvessnd depnrtsdaily,
»•••■4 Derart« daily. axeept Sandvy
a ■ M
F* 2 3 M tr^rc'xn and k< an m
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Car» for PlUa. r r!o> ft. !..
Violai, «aitata. Sanfa«. âccardeam, Mariaeai.
f ** tlBStef Strings, etc., etc.
I SÄ*" BUrn‘ d‘ily f°’ C*"J0"
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