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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 25
Highest ,of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
IN THE CHOCTAW NATION. chance and he will hang ®n St. j
Guthrie, O. T., March 16—Af the
On November 8, 1894, Bill and
ei-BLIsHRD EVERY WEDNESDAY
Kid” and a citizen of the
nation, Charles Homes, a full blood territory sacked the town of Lene-'
w. C. BYRD & SON.
Indian, was convicted of mu’der pah. Cherokee Bill, during this
P ublishers and P roprietors .
! and sentenced to be shot March 27,, raid killed Ernest Mellon. Bill was
between 10 and 12 o’clock. On the arrested and locked up at Fort|
12.00 | 2d day of lost November Homes Smith and in due time was conv:c- |
One Year .......... •................................ .1.00
jii Mouth« ......................................... . .70
went to the house of his wife’s son- ted and sentenced to death. While
HFRALD CLUB LIST:
—Get one of I, S. Geer & Co’s
5,00 in-law, Wilson Katiatubbi, liying he was confined there he
Herald sud Harper’s Magarine........
gerald »nd Harper s V\ eeklj ..........
in Stringtown, and while he and jailer,
taker and cabinet-maker. His work premium purchase tickets. This
Jerald and Harper’s Bazar ■ •
Herddand Harper s Young People.
3.t5 his wife were in bed asleep, crept
shop is in the old saloon building 1 firm agrees to give the holder of
«nd Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.90
\«ch additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents: into the house with an ax and the first of these crimes that Bill is I next door south of Worthington’s ' such tickets a fine life 6ize Crayon
10 cent« extra ver volume, postage.
.chopped his head open. He then to bang.
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at i Portrait absolutely free of any
»w-Copie«of all theabove works can be ex-
, ilned «tleisure In the Reading Room.
prices to suit the hard times, Cof-1 charge, by purchasing $20 worth
threatening death. At the first op
fins made to order. Will take pro of goods for cash at their store. It
z-^.Publisher« of periodicals are solicited
cr'il clubbing rates, a copy-of their work for portunity she made her escape and the only man that has ever had
duce partly for work and balance in is not necessary that the whole
rr Free Reading R >oni—We file and bind the
itter at close of every half-volume, end v«v ci told what had happened.
sentences appealed l0|ca-h.
amount should be purchased at one
wpie« bv adrertiseiuent.
According to Choctaw custom, the United States supreme court at
time, but any amount from 5 cents
Homes is not in prison, or in the the same t me.
to $20 as explained upon the tick
A good ranch belonging to II. G. ets.
ir«cB j 1 wk j 2 wk I 1 mo I 3 mo j 6 mo | 1 yr
ARID LAND BILL.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
Jlnch 111.50 ¡»2.50 »500 »8 00 »11.00 »15.00
1 •• 1 3.00 4.DO 6.50 12 UJ
of the execution.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
40 00 until the day
1 “ I 3.50 5.00 8.00 15.00
miles south east of Burns. This
j “ I 1.50 6 00 10.00 20.00 32.00 ,50.00 Thi3 is an old law of the Choctaws,
Washingion, March 16.—The ranch has abot>t 100 acres of good cures colds, croup and whooping
U cnl. I 6.00 »00 15.00 28.00
2“ 112.00 16.00 28.00 48.00
irrigation of meadow land. Price $800 or will cough. It is pleasant, safe and re
( •• 120.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 110.00 140.00 and only one case of a violation of house committee on
it is on record. On execution day 'arid lands today decided to report trade for sheep.
liable. For sale bj' all druggist
Homes will be dreseed in a black ! favorably the bill introduced by
B yrd & K ing .
ji every description executed with neatness ro' e and stationed in the conrt • Hermann, chairman of the commit-
»nil despatch, at reasonable rates.
ground, j A star 2 inches aooss will | tePt providing for the conveyance
be placed over his heart as a target of arid lands to the states and ter rot
tnnU r Catarrh
Note Head«, Cards, TicKets,
II emorand a. Invitations.
and he will stand on his coffin. rito-ies to be disposed of to settlers
that contain Mrcury,
T hs H kralp is kept regularly on file for re
fit for a kino .
ference, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- Twelve Indians stationed 30 paces in small holdings, the money thus
ftrtiiitig Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Away will shoot at,the target, but obtained to be used in reclamation as mercury will surely destroy the
FRENCH AENAMELLED CALF.
only two of the guns will be loaded. iuf the remainder iff the lands.
4.»3»> F ine C alf &K angaroci
1 sense of rmell and completely de-
♦3.B0 POLICE,3 SOLtS.
| Only court attendants are allowed
| range the whole system when en
to witness the execution
How to Prevent Croup.
tering it through the mucous sur
Presidest ..................... ...... Grover Cleveland
faces. Such articles should nevtr
fice-Preeideiit................ ........ Adlai Stevenson
Secretary of State . .
RicharoS, Olt ey Determined to have a “Scoop.”
Croup is a tarror toyoung mothers | be used except on prescriptions
tecretary of Treasury
. . John G. Carlisle
Jecretarv of luterior
and to post them concering the from reputable physicians, as the
lecretary of War
Daniel 8. Lamont
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Rcretarj- of Navy
.. Hilary A. Herbert
Omaha, Mach 16—A special from cause, first symptoms and treat damage they will do is ten fold to I
leeretary of Agriculture.
J. Sterling Morton
Judson Harmon Midvale, Neb., says:
Over One Million People wear the
ment is the object of this item. the good you can possibly derive J
Wm. L Wilson
rival paper ‘‘scooped” The origin of croup is a common from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
STATE- •OREGON I
I Because a
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
G. w. McBride. him on an important item a week
cold. Children who are subject ’to manufactured by F. J. Cheney & I They give the best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes in style and fit.
(Binger Hermann ago, John Merchant, the editor of a it tske cold very easily and croup Co., Toledo, O , contains no mer-
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
cungresemen.................... (W. R. Ellis
Attorney General . ..
The prices are uniform,»-stamped on sole.
■ 4J. M, Idleman ' Midvale weekly, wrote a thrilling is almost sure to follow. The first cury, and is taken int rnally, act-
From $i to $3 saved over other makes.
Wm P I<ord
iecretary of State
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
. 'i r
>npt. Public Instruction
Wanted, agent to
........ GM Irwin | lication in last Monday’s issue of followed by a peculiar rouSh cough, cous surfaces of the system,
In "Dealors everywhere
W H l.oeds
take exclusive sale for this vicinity
) R. 8. Bean, his own paper and swallowed poison which is easily recognized and will buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure at once.
z C. Wolverton
half an hour after his ontempoary never be forgotten by me who has you get the genuine. It is taken
' F. A. Moore
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
had gone to press.
heard it. The time to act is when ; idternabv and is made in Toledo,
M. D. C liffolu
I, Ut u A,,urne>-...................... C. W. Parrish.
]f Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tc8-
child fir.-t becomes hoaise
(|b ........... A L P»tter«on.
W.Gowan est in his effort at self-destruction
I Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is timonials free.
COVNTY— HARNEY ;
for he locked himself in his oiiice freely given all tendency to cropp fW“Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
• C. P. Rutherford.
I'-erk . .........
(D)........ C. E. Kenyon to give the fatal drug time to take will soon disappear.
Even after per bottle.
I. 8. Geer
''' r ' T A.McKinnon
the croupv cough has developed it
will prevent the attack. There is
< * —«»WI IUK
■ C has . Newe l
™ >c< Inspector
... Geo. Tregaskis ance as soon as he discovered what no danger in giving this remedy fur
A.B. Marks his employer had done.
it contains nothing injurious.
R. R. Sits.
DKSICN patknt «,
Appalled at his obstanev, the
«ARNEY Ü. 8. LAND office :
*n<’ ’ro° Handbook write to
foreman 'est no time in bursting in
* co7 861 B boadwat . Naw Y ork .
............... Thomas Jones
2!!"^ b'J"’“" Lor ■ep,IE1ns patent« in America.
........ ...... A. A. Cowing the door.
Lvery patent taken out by us 1« brought before
Then be summoned a
TWO FOR ONE
well begun la half done. Begin
the public by a notice given free ot charge in the
'IS11 ^XSeUIng Ferry’« Nerd«.
physician. With the latter’s help
Don t let chance determine
your crop, but plant Ferry’»
Heed». Known and «old
Ianre«t circulation of any sclentlflo paper in the
saved. The opposition caine out
Before you plant, get
L\ A REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
should D® without
It. L No intelligent
Cincinnati Weekly Ei quirer, both
year; tl.50 six months. Address, Jll
Meet« every l.t .nd M Wedneg<Uy
tuBusBRBs. 381 Broadway. New York Cltv^’
late with an extra giving a full ac one year for $2.
Mi«« Lea McGee N.G.
Sam Motherihead. Rec. Sec’y.
count of the affair, including its
The Enquirer is a 9 coin in,8 paste
am a .» * it.
than many ...
happy termination, but Merchant paper, issued each Thursday.
». a. reaar * co., détroit , a ich .
• A. 0. U. W. Bnrns Ixxlge, No. 47
is much consoled by the thought
every 2d and 4th Thursday«.
most reliable in news,all large type. I
H M Horton, M. W.
that the original and really only plain print, good white paper. If
J W Sayer, Rec'd
authentic announcement was on our readers want another live paper,
B and I nstruments
H arney lodge , no . tj , i . o o f
WU)(tanMr !f ext PRESIDENT
the street in his own paper several the Enquirer is that paper
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» th. ton. to torn, now p.rA to, C.-no«l«n Bw.
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W. C. Byrd, N. O.
hours before his rival was able to Call or send orders to this office
«• ar. .Harin, ro.clal IndoMmont. for Ivfl*
Cure for Rl'.ea. ¡¡ , R»$1.
”• D. McIntyre, Secy.
prugKMtnor mull. fatuo; >a
reach its subscribers.
JOHN F. STRATTON
free. Äiklrrss“ A S A K LSiH?
DOX 2410, New York City
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Cherokee Bill Must Hang
Fort Smith, Ark. March 16—
Saturday’s dispatches frim Wash-
, ington settled the late of Cherokee
Bill, the most noted outlaw of the
territory, The President's refusal'
to interpose removes Bill’s last |
Burns.Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. M,U, aild Ea,Urn Oregon
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VtoUn,. Guitar«, B.nfot, AccottfeoM, HariMid.
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