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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1887)
Your attention is called tathe two _
articles in this issue, “The Herald's
I Entered «us eçeçud eins« mall mutter at Hurns.] ■
Trees 2 2
Position,” and “Prospectus of the
East Oregon Herald,” in reply to tl.c
FOCAL ' EWS IÍAH.XEY VALLEY. efforts of the Harney Items to preju-|
dice you against the new paper by
declaring it in their “wire in and
Ths Finest to Be Fornii in the Lower Mark
wire out” way, a monopolists’ publi
cation, so that they can continue to
—Tomorrow is Thanksgiving monopolize the Settlers’ land publi Adorn your home, ranches, and
F. 1*. LANE
Day in Burns, also. "
your grounds with trees and
shrubbery .suited to the
—A hop in Burns Hall tomorrow
—The signatures of citizen* were I
climate of East Oregon. .
night, so it is reported.
cheerfully affixed tothe petition for
Buy only from a
Two First-Ciass Billiard Tables
—Legal Notices of all kinds put saloon license of (,'. M. Caldwell,
up in first-class shape, on time, and because heir, known as a num that is
with no typographical errors.
able and willing to run the business
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
—Ono cord of wood is already \ within the meaning of the law: per-
delivered on subscriptions, and ' milting neither drunkard nor minor I
there is room for many more on the to frequent his saloon. The location
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
same terms, as wood is as useful as ' is opposite the postoffice.
—To Mrs. Thos. Haskell, Hear
—T. Fill man of Burns, secured Burns, we are indebted for a fine
the requsite number of signatures to J roll of butter, and cut of rich Tha* will send you what you pay your money
fur, which is 1st. Viiiirtius True to Name
ti petition to open a saloon; the i cheese, samples of the articles fur-
•.d. Healthy, \ ;.i.,n us i'Tnt. ;
I’d. JudieuMiB Pin kin«, or
t tend selected is the building ad
¡also, take occasion to acknowledge
Having been added they are enabled to fill all orders ns soon as received.
ALL IS LOST.
joining the postoffice.
[a very pretty boquet of late gar
Everything New and First-Class,
—F. Gibblin is completing an ad den flowers grown by this lady
N. B.—Good Road all the way.
dition to his business house for resi and presented T he H erald , so soon
dence; and has the foundation of as the establishment of the paper
the brewery dug, with a well of was decided upon, A small eourt-
sy in itself, but breathing a hospit
good water in one corner of it.
This Hotel is new Hon e, Rooms anil Furniture-anil oiler eourtcour servie» to evJ
able welcome as fragrant as the
. J. Miller, one of tlieenter- scent of the blossoms, planted and:
L young business men of tended by the kindly old hands.
yv'ity was in Burns Monday
lass, and added Lis name to our ad —T he H erald has had no op I
vertising and subscription lists.
portunity hitherto to acknowledge
the receipt of the wedding favors
—The painter, Mr. Newland, who of J. Nat. Hudson and Mi. s Aman
has finished a job of house paint da Reel, who were married in Burns
ing on the P-rntich, is hauling the the i’.tli inst. The pleasant affair
lumber for building a dwelling in was very quiet, only a few intimate
BURNS, GRANT CO., O' CGON,
Burns, for himself, wife and two friends of the contracting parties
’ In Connortlon with the House.
room for our L arge F all tock , now being pur
being present. Mr. and Mrs. Hud
chased, we arc determined to reduce price’s on a!
son received friends the following
—The weather as we go to press, week nt the residence of Mr. and
is as bright and clear as the most Mrs. Copshall. Mr. II. is now busi
fastidious search for a delightful ly engaged in the agreeable task of
climate would discover: more can building a home for Ids fair bride,
not be said of the boasted charms where we trust they may enjoy the
of Italian weather.
choicest gifts of life: health, wealth,
—Mra. M. A. Caldwell,of Burns, and happiness.
who enjoyed quite a pleasant out
ing the other week to Prairie City
The little country paper is the ■
rays snow on Bear Creek mountain
(if such is the name of the moun best read paper in the world. No
tain south of Canyon City) was other paper contains the marriages,
and deaths, to say nothing of di
about four inches deep.
J. C. PARKER, Hl UNS
vorces, and births. No other re-.
—The dust that flies at any time lates the nccidrnts happening be-i
and when least expected, is not fore the doors of the citizens. No 1
one of the choicest blessings se other gives the time for the next ■
Leavej VALE on Mondays and Thursdays : t 4:30, a.
cured by a residence in East Ore ball, picnic, or political meeting.
gon, but is preferable to the frequont No other discusses the local affairs I
fog that envelopes other fair re of town and county, the arrival
gions of the inhabitable West.
of new goods, and the advance of,
L akeview ,
improvements, progress of farm
—The German, who, with his industries, excellence in vegetable
Leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a.
family, temporarily occupies the products of the soil, and success in
Neil house, Mr. Locher, is engaged stock raising for dairy and stable.
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays and Fridays at G p. in
in digging a cellar for a neat house Without a paper, the town that has i
PQys Highest Market Price for Grain.
on the southeast corner of the ever enjoyed a well-managed one,
block north of T he H erald office; feels indeed the loss.
lie has a well of fine water in the
£JS“('lose connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
li frollila y [Hens-
This Mill is in Hue condition for turning out superior work.
;xt ivo ■.Woper« Hííp' a
■ class miller.
querade ball on thO 26th. A GRAND CHRISTMAS
iTKen it is expected that the so ei-
P rovi HIETOH.
i ty pcopk'o'f’ilarney valley will a'l
WE GUARANTEE OUil FLOUR
lie present in Burns, and male'
it the great social event of^he year
Duras Hall, Dec. 26, ’37.
188“, now so near its close.
The Highest Price« will »e paid for Wheat. Highest rates will be paid in exchange
—John Witzell, who was so un- j
A D M IS SIO N :
fortunate as to lose a large number
of his sheep through the sickness T ickets ...........
of his late herder, Thos. Bryant, S pectators ....
has recovered 767 of the scattered L adies .............
band, anjl parties assisting in the
search report having found where
many sheep had been killed.
T. ADKINS, ,
w. II. CALDWELL,
- Tn every section of Grant coun
M. L. CALDWELL.
ty a correspondent is wanted to fur
nish items of news concerning the
A Grand Masquerade Ball will
weather, births, marriages, deaths,
Evening, •, De-
crops, improvements, stock reports, be given on Monday
social events, etc. A copy of the
Music has been secured for
paper gratis and payment of post Good
age on all such communications the occasion. Wire Masks have
will be made in acknowledgement been sent for by W. E. Grace.
Oats, Barley and Wheat.
rsr<- all mid St'o fbr Yoiirsolvo« Before Trading Elsewhere.
Which shows that having a reputation
sustain, the Purchaser has no hesitation
semi ca.'h with his order to so old and
putable a house, sure not only of hearing
promptly fro.n his order, and getting hi ■
money’s worth, but Slock that is | lire and
ab ulutely true to name. Their Capital is
SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER.]
A New Stock of Fine Goods.
C. C. MALTBY
L akeview , O h .
Patrons may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be i
maintained, nml no wrong-doing tolerated; and tin1 quality of the '
goods unsurpassed by any other respectable business in our line. 1-1 y
RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALTY.
A guaranty of fair-dealing.
A Cordial Invitation Extended to All.
—Mesdames P. F. Stenger, Tl-.os.
Whiting and J. C. Parker have sent
in their subscriptions to T il : H er Livery and Feed Stable
ald and Peterson’s Magazine for
lor 1888. Mrs. Whiting subscribed WILSON & CORN UTT,--Pliers.
also forGodey’s Lady’s Book. The
readers’ attention la called to our
♦ '¡libbing Rates on tirst-page. and
invitation is given to call in and sec
£®-T crins KiasoiriLle.—xiA
the specimen numbers on our desk.
—We had prepared for this edi
tion. an elal orate description of the
town of Burns, but the enterprising
<>C U«e business men of tie
place has rendered it useless, as no
article of the kind that is penned,
can equal a live, liberal display
of the advertising strength of the
1 usiness men in the local newspa-
• • pope
jier. "Show me your local
says the modern Solon, “and I w
describe your town and its people. JJ
a seat in a
Thai ar? in «ea«on for Summer, Autumn,
ami Winter; the Iron-clad or Ncver-fuil;
Crab of ever Variety.
B. F. LLOYD
This Hotel having been lately renovated and refurnished, offers special inducements in
accommodation to the traveling public, who v patronage is solicited.
None but till
Prices to Suit tiie Times.
General Blacksmith and Wagon Maker.
IL R. 8CIILAGEL
------ L akeview , O regon .
LAKEVIEW (Water Street) OREGON.
Prepared to <!o nil kinds ot work in the lllaeli.sinith line.
|2.5O pci it head.
For Summer, Fall and Winter use.
BUGGIES, WAGONS, ETC.
PEACHES a QUINCES.
Of every variety—their planting, cultiva
tion umi’.ieaion/i•arefiilly given in Catalog
—Tl.c voice of Lakeview is heard
in the E ast O regon H erald in un
O. P. Crocsp,
mistakable tones. Readers finding
Canyon City, Oregon.
thcmrclvcs near wide-awake Lake
view should visit each of the Ila , alio, a fine assortment of Bniltcdinc*
business men whose advertisement ware— «.mctlii.ig new, wLirb for beauty
«it* ign du ' fiiii-li ii hard to cipial. A I. ne
graces our columns, as they will be linejand
in all shade.«), <»f
sure of a courteous reception and
value received for their money.
Public spirited men are rarely curt
in mantle/, or "too close” in their
Beautiful Glass Ware
—“H erald Panm.w O ffice ” is Of every description—Toilet sot,-; genuine
the handsomely lettered sign paint- bronze Lamp« with Duplex Burner«, one
to light, the town. Eight-Day
t <1 for us by Messrs. Berger A Wad .»ufiirient
Clock.«, and a tine line of
dell. Portland. Or., and is stretched
across the front of our 18x30 fo.,t
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
i>ffiee, to readily direct the subs Ti
n.'trne««. S'ath’leM, Briille«, Suiir , Lnt;p»M Whi» « ('¡nclie.i, <'hapriijos.
nc.it of California Leather ii eil. >'ati«faction Guaranteed.
Tr'arrn a:.d,( :arw—PtpcF. and
wr.rraot»"!. Uys'crF. Mar-
Su. Y «bi Powtieni
L dru'-r a pr /«•
The l«*«t in market. Nectarines, and all
sort., of the choicest selection s of
Ami few per-on’are unwilling to add that
delicious fruit that need« the rame treat
ment tw the plum, yet bear« Liiiuen.'C crop.«
✓ Grape*, «some-tic and foreign, and ail the
Berrien. Nut.« and mi cellaneoun fruit* that
are grown in a dry < i’inato.
The Orna montiti Tree*,
•«. E ut *
♦• hm . I hr Fl:»w<
f«T hons-r. garden
H! mm 1 in Ihr
In reply to the repeated attempts of the Neutral Paper printed at
this place, to excite prejudice, during the past two months, against oliç
newspaper enterprise, in the minds of its subscribers in Harney Vnl-
b y by publications (evidently based upon the result of our preliminary
canvass for subscriber among settlers, stockmen, business men atl<l
citizens generally), of malicious misrepresentations—by plausible inu-
endo, doubtful insinuation, direct lying, ami threats to injure our busi
ness prospects—we will state a few facts regarding our own affairs toour
Made loonier with neatness, and ot pss| quality.
All Work Warranted.
Givo a Trial a* Seeing h Believing.
A Hrst-clasM G
work* in connection with
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
1st. T he H erald is our own individual enterprise, owned, published
and < (lited by us, I). L. Grace, and by no other man, nnd we alone are re-
-pom ilde for any position it assumes, its sentiiqents, and make-up. The
money paid for the material was advanced us, as a loan, by our son, the
druggist here, W. II. Grace, whom we shall repay as the office cams the
meant—not one dollar was paid for one type, or other implement of our
trade by any other man.
2d. T he H erald is Neutral in Nothing—Independent in all things—
Straight-out Democratic when Party Lincs are drawn.
3d. T he H keald belongs to no man, nor set of men, but will lie found
advocating tic. Right ride on every question, ns we are aide to view it.
Manufacturer of Tinware
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off f<
Agricultural Implements, ns this House keeps a full stock at Fa
lete n line of Hardware n