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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1888)
burns advertisements .
—The Arcade saloon advertise
.|„,t I UkKVIXW, Lake c..-or., contains: 1 newspaper, 2
undertaker; 2 laundries. 1 furniture store; 1 ahem shop. | meat
ment in this issue will be read with pi a AL I’RooE.
„-•er: » Ml.««.:
' .i.Tl au’veyor; 1 >.«-• .««••»: >
pleasure by the many"friends of its
market, 4 lawjits- I >
iiv»-rv stable: 1 bakery; 3 general merchandise store*} 1 Imin
V nitkd S tates L\ nd O ffick ,»
genial proprietor, C. M. Caldwell,
1,1a. k.inllhr: 2 h.riHW .M'
b;irl|wllrl! ,ho|1: o imrlwr ibop: I au» ...III 0 W1„
November 30, 1>W7.)
who states that he keeps the Is-st
PROPRIETOR. h.iiiae liulllin«
u,.,. •» Maa->nl<- l«-)»<a: 1 <'«-< Templar lo.lne; a IW4
XOTICE 1« HEREBY GIVES Ilia! Ih>- follow- LEE CALDWELL
of liquors and cigars, as well as a iiig-iiained
f.ctilrr has filed notice of his inten
e X w .
' nlte.l W-rklea Me.Ol.alne: 1 r. I.-a-l: I < hureh. All Iheae far , are loM „
wj : dnkhday , jaxcaky 4, i««.
.he Vel. e el .he To»..: it. weekly new ap^ar.
neat and orderly house.
ami that raid pr.aif will he ma*ie before the
To School Director» and Ta-a^licra.
—Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon Register ami Receiver ut Lakeview, Orvgbn, un
IIAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING
County Sch«»ol Superintendent II F Dodson entertained n
number of their February s, 11MH, viz:
, liar u| pointed David !.. 'Grace Dcnmty for tills
General Blacksmith and Wae.on jM^ker.
and neighbors on I). S. No. ‘-"SO, for the NEJ ,, See. 25, Tp. 24, S. K.
part of Grant county. Parlies having business
to transact with the Superiiiteiident will find New Year day, among whom were si E. He names the following witneceeM to
Mr Gratp at T hj H l K^ ld office, Burns, Ur.
prove liir cotitinuour residence upon, ami culti
(liven Personal Attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison, Mr. and Mrs. vation of. said land, viz: Charles M«Guire, c.
II. IL 8CHLAGEL ------ L akeview , O iieuox .
W. Brandon. Janus Brandon, and M. A. Modie,
„The Republicans have put upon the course,
all of Burns, Oregon.
. Their New England nag, t heir great cruck horse;
LAKEVIEW (Water Street) OREIlON.
Mr. and M rs. T. J. M orrisoil, Mrs. Bee. 7-3
1 .ut Grover is gnuime«! uml nicely trained
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
To beat the little Jimmy Blaine.
F. A. McKinnon, Misses Carrie, pl.NAL PROOF.
Prepared to do all kinds of work in the lllaeksinllli line.
—Snow in Burnt-. 18 inchcH deep. Tillie, Ida and Emma Allison, Lil
One door North of Dreg Store.
|2.30 per head.
UjilTED S tates L and O ffk b . v
—C. (’evil, of Silver m «k, was lie McKinnon, Laura Galloway,
November ;-»0, I. skn .)
Ettie Dixon, Cora Demaria, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tliat the fullow-
» >• Burns > on business Monday.
BUGGIES, WAGONS, ETC.
city hote j
ing-named yeltler has filed notice of his inten
:—Mr Andrews, of Burns,.is build Messrs. J. E. McKinnon, .Jasper Mc tion
to inuke final proof in stipp«»rt of h.yxduim,
Made to order with neatness, and of good quality.
that said pr.mf will be made befiire the
ing a dwelling six miles from town. Kinnon, Ellis McKinnon and Sher ami
Register dud Rec eiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
—Stages failed to get to Burns
All Work Warranted.
—T. Hillman, with a party, in
. Tuesday on account of snow in the
for the SL, >>t SE‘4 and E1.. of SW
cluding Mrs. Chas. G. Frye, Miss 1 I). ,, S. See. No. 5, 2321,
Tp. L'>, S. it. 32 E. lie names the fol
Ollie Frye, and Mrs. Copshall, start- lowing wi'm tTunto prove lfs continuous resi
—Mas D. Jamison who suffers | ed Monday evening in a sleigh for dence upon, u:id cultivation of i lid land, viz: This Hotel having been lately renovated ami refurnished, oilers special Inducements in
JiV. Bramlon. Abe Jones, Jumcf Brandon,
Jr.im a'chronic trouble, is again the ball at Harney City, but losing Chi.B.
accommodation to the traveling public, whose putronuge is solicited.
aud >L A. Modie. all of Burrs, Oregon.
^onfined to her bed.
A. F. SNELLING, Regis:er.
the way in the blinding snow storm
—Query: Why did the snow fall which had obliterated the road,
.»upon every man’s house in Burns, turned back to Burns near the
THE TABLE SI ¡»PLIED WITH THE BEST THE MARKET AI’FOKDS.
except J. Nai. Hudson’s?
—Mr. Michaels and wife and Mr. their approach with a gleaming
Every man that has ml scribed
C. Kirkland from Harqey City, headlight set the Burns heart on W ANTED.
to T he H erald (old and young, rich and
tire, for those w.ho saw it thought poor, married and lingle), who conua to Buri a
were in Burns last week.
on business, and whin? awaiting time for re
home, to know that he t- cordially in
—Attention is called to the that the Oregon Pacific iron horse turning
vited to come to T he H erald R eading R oom ,
change in the card of the Lakeview had bucked against further delay, where he will find a welcome seat at a table
and was entering Harney valley at whereon are placed for his perusal all the
attorney, A. C. Broderscn.
choicist literature of the day. Ladle« «¡real-
ater : Another sleigh wax a welcome ami their atteiiti.m b; ihvlied to
-—Frank McC'lintqqk shot and
our ever-increasing Hut of fashion maguzints
killed a wildcat,last Wednesday, on loaded for Harney City, containing and slorx papers.
Messrs. Newman, B. Brown, Early,
the Haskell ranc h, near Burns.
ANTED, To sell a finoellow, liwcet-voicvd
and Summerville, got in, and was W/
v v and heahhy < aimry singer, two yearn old.
—Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, who has reported as laid up in the sagebrush I Bricco $■">. Call at this offici»
■I cen quite ill at her mother’s resi all night, about five miles east of
ANTED, Everybody owning property in
dence near Burns, is reported con Burns; some of the hoys .deny it, v v Hurney valley to < all ut th s ornct and se
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
lect plunts: fruits, shade trets, shrubs, fioweis,
vines, etc-., and remi out orders in time for I
but Tex. declares he heard sigmils spring
planting. The best is the chea pt st.
Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
Manufacturer of Tinware
—Mrs. Varian, now under treat- j of distress fired off in that direction,
meat for chronic trouble, by Dj. when he was bringing his party in.
E A ST E It N A D V E RTIS E M E NTS.
Mel’hectcrs. is improving most en The third sleigh is yet missing, con
Farmers need not incur the expense and delay of sending off for
taining Mr. and Mrs. Newland, Mrs.
Agricultural Implements, ns this House keeps a full stock at Fair
— A shooting match for a fat steer McCulloch, and several young gen
Prices. Citizens will find here as complete a line of Hardware and
took place at Sam King’s on Mon
Crockery as in any otly;r establishment in this section of country.
clay, Dec. 31st; 40 yards off-hand, got to the dance, but returning had
to abandon their vehicle about a
l. id 00 yards at rest.
f^Tinware of all Description« Made to Order. Call and see Goods
—There is a prospect of a private mile from Harney, and ride to Adorn your home, ranches, and
school being opened by Mrs. l)en-
• - - - - - - VALE, OREGON.
i ton, at her home seven miles south
shrubbery suited to the
PARKER, BERN’S, AGENT.
—Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stanelift, of
west of Harney City.
_ climate of East Oregon.
— It is reported that D. I’almer,
Buy only from a
Leaves VALE on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30, a. in.
of Malheur county, claims to have Burns last >vcek.
had about $22stolen from him while
at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at (5 p- in.
quite sick, is now convalescing un
ia Burns this week.
on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. in.
—Mr. McKinney, of the firm of
The Finest to Bo Found in the Lower Market.
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m
McKinney it Farleigh, saw mill
men, came over <m a visit to Burns
That will send you what you pav your money
F. P. LANE
for, which : b ’st. Varieties True to Name
from pariwy Cky, one Hay last during the week, and returned home
2d. Healthy, Vigorous Planter,
g'MUT'Closc connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
3d. Jut lie lour. rucking, or
—P. F. Stenger, who has been
—Robinson <t Dodson are doing east with a band of horse«, returned
ALL IS LOST.
a lively business nt the old stand, home on Friday’s stage from Can
Two First-Class Billiard Tables.
and have a full line of goods for the yon City. He reports the weather
bar on hand. A game of billiards very cold in Nebraska, and express
will interest a sporting man, when es himself as being glad to get back
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
all else fails.
to Harney valley once more.
—A. W. Wjilson of the liU? Liv
—That wedding for which so
ery & Feed Stable firm'of Wilson .t many have been waiting to hear,
M. D. JIOPKTNS, P roprietor .
Cornutt, Burns, left Monday on the about the close of the old year, did Is the Largest in the World, having
\ ale stage, to take- Mr. Boswell’s not take place as expected. Just
in actual cultivation not less •
drive from Vale to Beujah. Mr. be patient, folks, it is now leap year
than the following number
“'»I will and prospects are more eucour-
Trees 2 2
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
—The New A'ear Ball, Dee. 30th,
—1 he dri1. ■ bclweei Vale and
Beulah, on tie Vale and Burns stage was largely attended by parties
route, will soon be divided in two from all parts of the valley. The
instead of one as now; one drive will ball began to roll at 7:30, and con
be from Beulah to Drowsy, and the’ tinued until a late hour in the morn
other from Drewsy to Burns; the ing, when all the merry dancers
time will not be changed, we under dispersed, realizing that the last and
most pleasant event of the Old Year
—Mrs. Harkey, we learn, com had past. Forty-seven numbers
plained last week, that the’ inside- of were sold. Among the ladies and
her paper was a repetition of that gentlemen present were the follow
,of the preceding week. We are sor ing
Mr. and Mia. T. Adklra.
ry it should have so happened, as, Mr. and Mrr. J. H. Bowen,
uii'l Mr». I’. Cleinenn,
in our dilemma, elsewhere explain Mr.
Mr. and M ih . Th« p . !)• <Is.»n,
and Mrs. Samuel Ain- b ,
ed, we exercised much caution in i Mr.
Mr. and Mir. 1*. E. Stenger,
distributing the cxtra’copies.
Mr. and Mir. John Woolev,
Mr. and Mrr. -I. (’. Withers,
—Julian, son of W. C. Byrd of Mr. and M ih . <1. it. (iradon,
Hadley ami M ib . ' onlev,
Burns, was so badly hurt last Fri M.
Mr. and Mrs. chitH. Guiilher,
Mu. Jno. Kobii.Bon,
day while playing on a cellar door Mr. and
ami M ib . Ge<». McGowan,
covered with »now and ice, that the Mr. and Mis. Lee Caldwell.
McClure and Mint Muular,
services of a physician were thought H.
I’d. Martin at id Mrs. Br.irnison,
Mr. anti Mrs. E. B. Newiamt,
necessary. Dr. McPheeters says T.
Sillman ami Mrs. Co|-shtill,
the right cheek and arm are consid I( hnr. Byrd ami Miss Hattie Lloyd,
Lloyd ami M’ ih Ida Allison,
erably bruised, but the injury is Lennie
A. W. Wi'H.m ami Mirs Millie llagv,
W. L. Wooley and MI fh Mav Savage,
not of a serious character.
John Cornutt and Mirs Lula Harris,
John McKinnon ami MtasGalluwav,
—T he II eii \ i . i >, on New Year eve, Charles
Clark and M r«- Callie Marrs,
i Newman and M tr Eva Waiets,
was presented by Mr. ami Mrs. R. J.di
Ellis McKinnon and Mi»s Etta Idxon,
A. McKinnon with a very handsome Henry Bugler and Mirs Elma l'crkins,
II. M. Ihuiiv.v and Mirr Cora Harris,
motto cake, that rellecjs gryaj cred Chuy.
Johr.h.m ami Mir« Tillie Allison,
Clatk ami I»or«t McKinnon,
it on the lady who dressed as well Emiinuel
II. L. Jarvis and Miic Anna Comogv.,
as baked it. Also, on New Year .'. I.. II* siettrr and M-«s Mary Wa vrs.
McKinnon aifl-Mirs Alhesavage,
Day, received, with compliments of Hobt.
Ed. Hanley ami M is Arvilht l-unyard,
McKinnon and Mirs Susie Hixon,
Air. and Mrs. B. F. Loyd, a beauti Jasper
Georges. Sizemore and Mirs Atm Met ice.
fully adorned cocoanut cakj, .
chi.t:. W. <\»mrg\s a id Mb«. Tin Comrg 6,
M. E. Nleho’mm ami Mirs Lilm* McKinnon,
McKinnon and Miis Ctirrie Allison,
—An action was trie-l by jury in J. Mr. E. and
Mu;. Chas. <». Frye. Mas Oihe Frjc.
Justice Davis’ e.uurt at Harney City Wm. Shtick let.m ami Mbs Hattie Eunynrd,
Mtts r. \\ . E. Grate, Ed. Iilaml, W. W. j.-hn-
on the 27th tilt, be tween 'Thus. s.»n,
J. N. Thri’.sh, C. Gilliam, Willard Terrell.
Hutt.m, V.Hi. Levels, henry Leveis, W II
Bain, plaintiff, and Chas. Riley, Caldwell,
A. H<>< ket, M. Eitz »< mid, IL G’ Mun
defendent, to recover possession of jar. I.euj, J r.m n, Ge-». Crego. Ge*». Hur on, and
ir.uii) other wh* re ri.nu« were not learned.
a house and *t)7.A() rent. Mr. Bain
recovered judgment for $1 rent anil
possession of the house. V. J. Mil List ef letters re ma
ler was attorney for Mr. Bain; Wil Burns. Grant county,
the Is; day « f January
shire- »t Hudson for Mr. Riley.
—Thos. Maupin - f the
.... l’yrtl East
Hall, W in. II (2)
ranch, a brother of .Mrs. J. ,8. p<»w- ll.inrilton,
en, was branding calves late Friday Smith. A.
-■veiling, when one of the calves, get Leonard, John Gray, !
When calling L»f tin
ting the advantage, gored him in the “advert
face, inflicting wounds in the cor.-
ncr of the right eye, and on the
forehead, Mr. (¡radon took him
home, where- his injuri- s were ex
amined ami eln-sseel without me-li-
e nl assistance, and hi' i < now able'to
be about again.
—Saturday meirning some of the
e ra- k shots eif Burns had an oj p >r-
tunityef testing their skill on eight
HARNEY CITY AD\ FUTI : -EM ENT
or ten chickens, fumisheel by Joe
ll.irnvv Ciiv, Grant <»».. Or., luu no l ev.spa
Wesiley at a I it a shot, uni- ss th-' inr to v« i- e i » Durimi r »• anc.iiix abread. l u it
nas I la a yrr and i Fur, v(or wt'h vimu adve
I ir-l was hit in the- I o-lv, in which tisvthcex
: rm v of their I. w.i in Til« II kkai . d
case it cost 50 cents. Th-; shoeiting which is aid«- and willing I.» advertise every
ti-wii in Fast Oregon, for a reason«bh* coDsid
te«»k place by the Arcade- sali-'ii. crai Lu».
ami the shei.s were made’ with win
chester riHes. at a distance of 10
vard.i offhand, or i!0 yards with a
rest. Tim bird* naiiied about $11
for their owner, nnel one of them
is said to have- brought in $2..'>0.
T. Adkins. De Caldwell, Win. Wil
son, ami Wm. Borden were th-
names given us ns those of the st?
A. J. BROW
A New Stock of Fine Goods.
Everything New and First-Class.
Patrons may rest assured that an orderly, well-kept house will be
maintained, and no wrong-doing tolerated; and the quality of the
goods unsurpassed b.y any other respectable business in our line. 1-1 v
Is the oldest in the
SAI j OOIV
P roprietor .
Which shows that having a reputation to
sustain, tho Purchaser has no hesitation to
send cash with his order to >0 old and ie-
putable a house, sure not only of hearing
promptly from hla order, and getting hi<
money’s worth, but Stock that i.< pure and
absolutely true to name. Their Capital is
A Full Supply of
In Connection with the House.
BEER, BITTERS, AND THE BEST CIGARS TO BE FOUND
IN THE LOWER MARKET.
A guaranty of fair-dealing.
DRINKS SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED IN STYLESAND QUANTI-
TIES TO SUIT.
That ;ire in season for Summer, Autumn,
ami Winter:\the Iron-clad or Nevcr-fail;
(’rah of ever Variety.
This Hotel is new—House, Rooms ami Furniiurc—and oiler courteous service to every
guest that is entertained in it.
Tlie I lest Brands of Liquors and Cigars Always on Hand.
JAtt exit i on
23 Stiles South of Lakeview.
give me a call before
GIVE YOU AS FINE LIQUORS AS YOU CAN BUY IN THE TOWN
For Hummer, Fail amt Winter use.
A lways R eady / nd W illing to W ait
C cstomers .
PEACHES a QUINCES.
Of every variety—their planting,
tiou and seasons carefully given in
The l»c<t in market. Nectarines
sorts of the vlioiuv.-t >v’e< iions of
MISCELI. A NEOCS
L akeview , O regon .
A well-edited, nearly printed. ■■Ight-colnmn folio, (giving Sixty lonr rolnmra muling matter),
makes the nneqnalled offer of lurnlshia« Forty-Etve Book« to every one year's an! «oriptIon to
The WEEKLY C M.k the irreat elght pagc weekly, for only »1.75. eent p. rtpald to any part of the
United Stiver. The h.x.ka are complete nove'a and other works by ftini us antliora. A.ldn-ra
S. F. CAI.l.CO.,
Montgomery at.. San Franciaco. Cal.
Every word we say we can stand by.
D ear S ir : D o you want to see the
latest WONDER of ’87. ANSWER TO
DAY. A $35 Single Hamess reduced to
$25. The finest Harness MADE for
the money. Handsome nickel or imitation
rubber gold finish mountings. HAND
made from oak stock, unsurpassed for
style and durability. If you will allow us
we will send you a sample for your inspec
tion to show you what progress we have
made by making a SPECIALTY and get
ting out over 800 setts each month. You
can keep the sample at only $20, $5 less
than price here or return at OUR EX
PENSE. Can we make a more liberal
offer? We shall expect to hear from you
at once saying Y’ES send on your Harness.
Folded or single strap style.
<irape<. ¿omenti«* and f*-reign. and all the
Berries. Nuis and mi «•<-llancous fruits that
arc grown in a dry » lunate.
N ational H arness C o ..
Pays Highest Market Price for Grain,
This Mill is in fine condition for turning out superior work.
Is in charge*>f a first
g«»-WJi guarantee our flour .^ j
The Highest Price« will be pni.l for Wheat
Highest rates will 1« paid in exchange (or
Oats, Barley and Wheat,
r«-< nll and See for Yonroelven «loiter Trading ElMwIierc,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
W hi, h -enei for by next mail.
GEO. W. ( RANE,
Kina of Harn«*; Manufacturers. M«nacer of the
14to?4 WeUs St. BuffaloJt.Y.
Collar and Hanies, S2 Extra. No Breast Collar
N atiomal H akmsss O o ., Wholesale Mfr**,.
RIDING MATERIAL A SPECIALTY.
» straight «int. Uw. uviT-n iMuv
»nd in. Ft ablv «¿Del n«v »paper »»n *mr ex< han«« li»?.
»u«ht n» ta* In the h<» « ü , ever- «rtk.nl vwry Drmorr«t tn timid county, who <!«» rvn to
up with Dem« • rm « in h'«te
NntL.iml well «.» «» I xh al politi« *■ W 1%•» nr »....
. unit i-nprr. -rn • tj. « . -K to J. W Yun.ig. I n’l»her of V r W. rid . X«. \ W.i»hin«:»n W .
llame««. Sa.l.U,’«, Bri.Uo«. Snnrs. t^’ig.,. Whir-. Cinche« i t ... .
■e't.jf «attornia I. -tlicr u«l. S:iíi«í¡ic.i<in liiúrante.
Xoa» I kit th«
PRICES TO SUIT THE 1ÌMES.