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BURNS, GRANT COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1888.
Vol. 1—No. 14.'
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
w.’. A. Wll.SHIBK,
Grant County, Oregon.
One tear (in advance)
BUBINE88 MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
1 newspaper; 2 hotels: 4 saloons: 1 undertaker; 1 ineat market; 2 lawyers; 3 physicians: 1
surveyor; 1 land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 2 livery stables: 2 general mer
chandise stores; 1 bath house; 1 hardware store; 1 barber shop; 1 saw-mill; 2 carpenters; 1
reading room. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 school; 1 church organization.
Mail a copy of T he II ebald to friends in the East. Advertise yotr town. —
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Herald and The Ceutury, owe year
Herald and St. Nleholll»,
lterulil and iii nioreat Maoailne, one year ».7&
.. and Godey’s a Lady
1 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 ino 6 mo 1 yr.
>1.50 L’ .501 |5 00 f x 00 111.00 |L5 00
3.0U 4.00 6.50 12 00 IX 00 28 < A)
3.30 5.00 8 00 15 00 24 (X) 40.00
4.50 6 00 10 00 _0 50 »2.00 50 00
6.00 9.00 15 00 28.00 48.60 54 00
1’2 00 16 00 28 «K» 48 0-' HO 00 120 IX)
20. OU 30.00 40.00 O0.0Û iiO.OO 140.00
Agent for Stuver & Walker, Wholesale Dealers in
WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
g ent for
F ireman ’ s F und I nsurance C ompany .
............N. R. M axey
............... J. T. M a el
........ ............ E. H all
? T. A. M c K innon ,
$ T. II. M eador
Stock Inspector ..................
District Judge ....................
Itcniocrntx Everywhere Preparing for ing published ill the EAST OREGON
the Political Contest of 1SSH.
DKMOCRAT1C 8TATB CONVENTION.
There being no further business
WILSHIRE & HUDSON.
A democratic state convention for the stale of ’
Oregon is hereby called to meet nt Pendleton, Ea.t Oregon Among the rir.t to r»n before the house, the meeting was
Umatilla county, on Tuesday, April 3, 1888, for j
J. E. KcKlNNOM,
the purpose of nominating n cuimidale for mem
ber of congress, u candidate for judge of the su-1
| Burns, Feb. 25, ’88.
preme court, six (le’egates to the national dem I Where Burns Democrats can be Found
LAKEVIEW AND Bl'KNS. OIL
•>( rutlr convention, and six alternates; to ratify
S ome weeks ago a call was made
the varlouc district nominations, aud sucH oth
Elections of 1888.
er businets as mav properly come before the
for a meeting of business men in
This firm prat '.iee» in tl>»Courts o! the
Said convention will be composed of 155 dele
Philadelphia, to consider the ques-
State, nn.I before the I . b. Land Ortuf.
Anv bu.-im-ss in the Lund Offloe entrusted gatus. apportioned to the various counties on
The boast l>y republican papers | tion of tariff reduction. The meet
the vote cast for candidate to cougress at the
to them will obtain prompt attention.
election of 1886, being one delegate for each’ throughout the Union during the ing was held Jan. 27th, in the
-and Cases Solicited.
county and one for every 200 and fraction over .
100 votes so cast.
four years, that the year 1888 J , Academy of Music, and was attend-
In accordance with said apportionment, the i
respective counties will be entitled to the fol
ire to restore the administra i cd by 3000 men of every shade of
I political belief. It was presided
. 5 Linn ............. ■ •
9 tion of governmental affairs to over by Henry Welsh, a great flor
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE - - B crss .O r . Baker
.......... .6 Malheur.......... ........ 2
... 9 their party, on the ground that dis dealer, whoso speech on the occa-
ClaekemnB .......... .7 Marion
Criminal law a specialty.
. .5 Morrow.
17 organization of the democracy is , sion makes interesting reading as
C(KB ...................... ....4 Polk
■udily effected or tariff, ami civil coming from a republican in the
. . .8 ro(
’ OOkio ul hi-« resukm e . n.;’
’ xida ot Curry
.......... 8 .■Mrvice refonns, seems, Io haye fal great "protection state of Pennsyl-
ten yulieb D'viw «Ss/lx. *• 1-lj B
.« W nwr*
, vania. Cleveland’s ’message was'
.5 len short of its intended object.
1 fully endorsed, and the following
. 3 Yamhill........
In Oregon, where the evil effects ! 1 preamble and resolutions were
155 of republican policy, and compara ' adopted:
Offers his professional services to the cit
izens of Burns and vicinity. Office at resi Lane .......................
tively disorganized democratic ef- i “The reduction is a necessity. There can be
dence south of Herald building.
| The committee respectfully recommends that
no successful defer.se of a4 fiscal polloy which
the county conventions for the election of dele fort has been most severely felt,1 takes
more money out of the pockets of tax
gate s lo the state con vention, unless otherwise
than is necessary for economical ad
! ordered by the local county committee, be held the preparations for the coming. payers
of the government. The remedy
kon Saturday, March 24, 18X8. B. G oldsmith ,
for excessive revenue is revised taxation. Pres
I Chairman Democratic State Central Committee. June elections by both parties are' ident
Arthur recommended to this end the abol
early and show a determination in ition of the tobacco tax, nn enlargement of the
free list and a simplification and reduction of
Æ3P“ T he H erald is Dot owne 1 nor con keeping with the importance of the duties
on cotton, iron, steel, sugar, wool and
Graduate of Iowa State University, respect- trolled by any stockman, settler, politic ian, or i
woolei b . President (.'leveland recommends
itilly offers his professional services to the any other man, except the one whose name an- j
free raw materials of manufacture aud such
citizens of Burns and surrounding country, pears at the head of the paper as ils editor, pub- . the first election news for 1888, and, other
tariff reduction on the necessaries of liv
lisher, and proprietor.
('alls answered at all hours.
ing as shall afford the greatest possible relief of
T he H erald belongs to no men, nor set of as it is ranked as a doubtful state, the
Office nt W. E. Grace’s Drugstore, l-ly men,
public burden. Believing tnat a substantial
therefore, works for no monopoly, corpor- j politically, there is a chance of it reduction
of tnriff duties is demanded, not by n
ation, clique, or ring.
indiscriminate popular clamor, but by tho
T he H erald is neutral in nothing—indepen- i giving its support to the democracy, mere
best conservative opinion of the country, in
dent in all things, and straight-out demo< ratio
that which lias in former times been
when party lines are drawn. And on all the straight through, not only a chance,. cluding
nn st strenuous for the preservation of our na
auestions of the day will be found advocating : but, by means of an early and thor tional
industrial defvi ses, and that such reduc
tne right side as i.s editor is able to view it.
A. L. CONNOR
should he not only a (hie recognition of
T he H erald is an advocate of law and order; ough organization of democrats in tion
public sentiment and a measure of justice to
of “the greatest good to the greatest number;” i
eoi'suniers, but one conducive to the general in
is anti-sectional in matters pertaining to East every precinct, a certainty.
di s: rial prosperity and beneficial to the special
Any and all kinds of surveying done on short Oregon, Grant county, Harney Valley, Burns, j
East Oregon democrats are up to interests affected, it is therefore resolved:
noth e and reasonable terms.
Settlers . It publishes the latest news for Us readers as
1. Tlmt the existing duties upon raw materials
wishing to be located, can have plats furnished soon as obtained; offeis i's columns to tlie op- I date in advance of the western por
which are to be used in manufactures sliuuld
free cf charge.
prersed, the prosperous, t nd every other citizen |
within its territory, willing to take the respon tion of the state in its work of be 2. removed.
That the duties upon tho articles used or
sibility of his utterances.
consumed by those who are least able to bear
Democrats in the towns of Baker, the burden of taxation should bo reduced.’*
Dr. S. B. McPheeters
Carpenter and Plumber,
W. A. RODIFER.
Meeting; of the Democrat:<• Central
Committee of Grant County.
Union, La Grande, and The Dalles,
From the General Land Office.
I’v rsuant to a call by its ( hairman, dated Feb. have completed their organizations
The Lakeview Examiner of Feb.
•1th, 18X8, Hie Democratic Central < o.nmittee for in strong, round numbers, and others
BURNS, GRANT CO., OREGON,
1(1, 1888, contains two letters of gen
Orders for Painting, also, will be skill Grant county met in the office of Wm. Mllller,
in the Court House at Canyon City, on Feb. 25th, are under way, among which Burns eral interest, addressed to the regis
fully and promptly tilled.
1888, at 2 o’clock p in. The meeting was calle 1
g&~For Fine Quality and Low Prices, Give us a call.
to order by the chairman. Root. Lot kwood. Up is now reckoned, as may be seen by ter and receiver of the Lakeview
on calling the roll, the followingI’reclncts we.c the article following.
land office from the interior depart
found to be reprt seated:
Canyon city Fred net—Robert Lockwood.
ment, Washington. The first, dated
Burns Democratic Club.
Day—G. I. Hnzeltine.
W. C. BYllD - - - - Proprietor. John
Union—L. M. Barnett, per M. D. Clifford prox.
Jan. 30, 1888, is concerning road
Marysville—R. D. Johnson.
South Fork—Alex. Murray,’per T. Williams.
the precinct of Burns, convened at lands, and is as follows:
Middle—J< s. B. Edington.
liKNTl.KMEN: I Ain in receipt of a letter from
Long Creek—C. W. Conger, per C. S. Dustin.
2 o’clock, p in, Saturday, Feb. 25th, , Messrs.
Britton und Gray of this city, enclosing
Burns - 1’. F. Stenger, per Wm. Miller.
communication from L. G. IUss, Esq., of
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
I Lakeview, wherein it is stated that large num
c. M. CALDWELL,
Silvks Valley—Jolui A. ( aineroii.
pose of organizing a democratic i bers of applications to xmter lands which have
Is our motto.
Bear Valley—W. S. Southawth.
certified to the Oregon (’entrai Wagon
I club. The assembl ly was called to I ( 1 been
Olive—W. B. Carpenter, per John D. Daley.
Gobd Buggy Tennis,
Bond company are being presented at your of-
Hamilton—Geo. Baker, per T. J. South.
___ the upplicatim.s
applications being made under the
And Nice Saddle Horses Fur
On motion, it was resolved that one third of
... order by D. L. Grace, of T he H er suppi sitlon tliat such lands w ere n stored to en
aggregate number of votes ( as* in Grant for ald , chairman pro. tern., who with try by instruction of August 30, 1887. As certi
nished at Reasonable Charges and the
Congressman, Governor and Secretary of State
fied lands were not restored, and aro<not sub
Particular Attention paid to the i in 1886 be taken as a basis upon v. hit h to appor i well chosen words, briefly stated ject
to entry, applications for them must neces
tion the number of Delegates to which each the object of the
be rejected, and their presentation can
Boarding and Grooming of Tran Precinct is entitled in the County Convention.
I have no other effect than to Involve the appli-
1 ( ants in nsrlWH expenditure of time and money",
sient Stock. Hay .t Grap ou hand. ; each Free!act; undone jK'legare for every 30
mid imp so upon your office and this office a
votes cast at the last election; and one .• “¿legate tion of President Cleveland, and of j min s of unnecessary and fruitless labor in re-
for a fraction of every 15 votes ( list at said elec Governor Pennoyer. J. E. McKin j peiiting over and over again whut every body
: . entities
CHAS. E. BOSWELL ------- VALE, OREGON
.. ... county
..... to ........
- --jnum* non was elected secretary, pro. teni.; j should know.
Precinct . in
I Therefore, and in order to prevent further Im-
her of Delegates :
J. Ç. PARKER, BURNS, AGENT.
upon citizens by misleading represen-
a committee to draft resolutions, I 1 positions
City Proc ini Ct.3 Marysvillle. ...
tut ions, you are instructed to advise all persons
T. D. HARRIS-------- B urns , O r . Canyon
John Day ............... I Union
was appointed: Dr. T. V. B. Em- l who may apply to enter certified lands that
1 lluv Stack*
Olive Creek ............
I such lands are not subject to entry, and that.
Shoo Fly ............... .1 Mountain Creek
bree, J. ('. Wooley, W. C. Byrd, and 1 such applications are wholly useless. Very
1 South Fork
H. M. H tockslager ,
Leaves VALE on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30, a. m.
i W. E. Grace.
Warm Springs......... . 2 Granite ('reek
Long Creek ............ 3 Fox Valley
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
North Fork ............ 2 Middle
The other is dated Feb. 1, 1888,
2 Silvias ............
1 spoke at length on the subject of|
Ki se Bud .............
contains late land oilice rulings, and
All orders for UNDERTAKING Drowsy.............. - • . .8 Harney.............
Leaves BURNS on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a. in.
public lands: the uoiniier.in which is as follows:
Burns ...................... 4 ('urrey...............
»Shop one door north of Pos| Office, l-ly Alvord .
thousands of acres had been dis G entlemen : In all final homestead, pre emp-
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays and Fridays at C p. in
Hamilton ................ 1 Bear Valley
posed of by republican administra i tion and commutation ruses hereafter, where
final proof is made subsequent to the date ad
On moi ion it was resolved that the Democrat tions, thereby depriving citizens of vertised, and within a reasonable time, and fho
fW^Clo’se connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
ic Primaries be held in eat h ’rednet lit Hie their natural rights, etc., and in delay is caused by < ireuinstances beyond tho
cont rol of the claimant, the pnaif being in other
UHUr.l places of voting, on the lUth day of March
1888, at 2 o’clock p m, of the said day, and in conclusion, strongly endorsd the respects satisfactory, you will requiretnecluim-
I’. S. EARLY
----- B urns , O r .
unt to file his affidavit, duly corroborated, set
Predncls having two polling places the Pri
maries be held at voting plate No. 1. That the i administration of President Cleve ting forth in full Hie raure of the delay. Also
require the certificate of the officer before whom
------ GE NER A L REP AIR IN G------ Democratic County Convention I e held hi Can land, reciting the fact that during I the
proof wus made netting forth whether any
yon ( ity in said county mi the ixth day of
March, 1HK8, nt 10 o’clock a m. On motion it this democratic administration over ( person appeared on the day advertised, or at
uny other time, to protest against the claiin'-
was r< solved that no person attending the Con-,
I | 43,000,000 acres of land has been ' aut mid you will furnish a similar report.
vention shall have mere than one proxy.
will then transmit the papers In the cam»
Resolved. That a copy of th«’ proceedings of restored to the public domain.
Dr. to You
this office to be considered upon equitable
th s committee be sent to tb«- E ast O regon
H erald , the (»rant County News und the Long S. B. McPheeters in response to a ¡principles. See esse of Michael Geraghty, Jan
uary 16, 18X8. Very respectfully,
Creek Eagle, for puldit afimi.
8. M. H tockslager ,
Promptly executed. The building is being i On motion, the Committee adjourned, sub call fora speech made an interesting
enlarged’and improved prepaintory to turn
R obert Lot kwood , Ch’m’n
out all kinds of blacksmithing on short • C. A. S week . Sec.
notice and in be t style. Terms: ( ash. l-ly i
was in order anil the following were
E d . H erald : The Washington
Liverv and Feed Stable.
Register, U. S. Land Office,
Receiver, “ « “
U. 8. MAILS. .
BURNS— vale :
Arrives Tuesda s and Fridays at C> p tn.
Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 a m.
BURNS—( ANYON CITY:
Arrives Tuesday s and Fridays at 4 pm.
Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4 a m.
Arrives Thursdays a: 6 a m.
Leaves Thursdays at C a in.
B U R NS—LA K E VIEW:
Arrives Wed: esda? s at !tpm.
Leaves Thursdays nt 6 a in.
J. (’. PARKER, Postmaster.
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hull, every Saturday at
M. L. FENWICK, N. G.
C has . G unther , Sect’y.
A METHODIST CHURCH
Organization exists in Burns, and a com
modious house is in course of erection. The
building committee: Messrs. McGowan, Byrd
THE BURNS SCHOOL
Is a neat and large, white building, .conve
niently arranged for accbmmouulioii of
both -exes. Messrs. Harris, Savage & Skin
Carefully edited and conducted in Hie interest
of all is established in Burns, and circulates in
every part of Harney Valley—T he E ast O re
gon ’H erald .,.
F. A. COGSWELL.
CHAS. A. COGSWELL,
LAKEVIEW AND LINKVILLE, Or.
Attorney, Notary Public &
A New Stock of Eine Goods.
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 by any other respectable business in our line, l-ly
P roprietor .
A. C. RRODKRSEN,... Lakeview. LEE CALDWELL
Any buriner entrusted to me will receive
most caretul and prompt attention. Land
matters and Qpllection a•'Specialty. Corres
pondency aolndted in Engli>h and German.
HAIR-CUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING,
Given Personal Attention.
M. A. KELTON.
Practices in the courts of the state, and
before the U. 8. Land Oitve.
One door North of Drug Store.
NEAR BERKS. OREGON.
- L akeview .
SAYER & DORE
-- -- --
P roprietors .
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Large Stock of
Has the largest lot of goods in this line
ever brought to thix section of country and
aol»l at I jowfr P rice »» than offered here.
” hen in Lakeview call and see.
Livery 1 Feed Stable
P. If. MURPHY.
And all kinds of Surface Lumber thoroughly rta-oneil for building purport« and at
HAY <t GRAIN
Always op hand and Good At*m'i<w* Having lx*fi added they are enabled to fill all orders as Boon aa received.
-iron all orders made for teams and veh-
N. R.—Good Road all the way.
"Watchmaker & Jeweler
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
Good Wocà-fea onab!e Fric«.
Tin: Blair educational bill— apt unanimously elected: President,
ly called “a,bill to promote mendi Charles Ziegler; vice-presidents, Dr. Birthday celebration here was by a
cancy”—has passed the senate by a ICmbree, T. Hillman, Thoe. Haskell; ball ami supper under the auspice«
of the G. A. It., with the John Day
vote of 39 to 29.
i secretary, J. E. McKinnon.
brass band in attendance.
Chairman on Resolutions laid the
—Sunday, 19th inst., Elder Or
I t is principle which makes men
Good Acccmmcdations at Reasonable 1
chard immersed seven converts in
democrats, and it is adherence to
the Advent faith; during his lec
those principles which makes the
tures, of which I advised your read
democracy the power in the land it tary and approved by the club:
We, underHigiu’i! hh xtraiglit-nut Demo- j ers in a former letter, notwithstnnd-
cratH, unreservedly endorse the following
ON A CASH BASIS.
i ing the day was a stormy one, the
1 preamble and resolutions:
T he bill organizing the Territory
WnncFAs, This year of 18X8 being one of j Grange hall was packed full, and a
F. J. WELLS,--------P roprietor .!
of Oklahoma has been reported fa the inont important years in the political] still larger audience at the river
of the country, and every mode of
Ts prepared to furnish all kinds of fresh j vorably from the committee.
attack by Opponents of the Democratic par Io witness the baptismal ceremo
meats, sausage, etc. Leave your order.
includes within its boundaries the ty being (-entered noon the di «organization nials. The Ehler has organized a
“Neutral Strip,” known alto as "No of Democracy, it behooves each and every church and Sunday school here.
D< mocrat to stand openly and avowedly by
the parly, l>eit, therefore,
—Since January 20 the weather
Resolved, 1st, That for the tear 1888, a
T he postofbee department is pre political club be formed in Burns to be has been perfection.
—Grass is coming in rapidly.
paring to establish two ixistofhces known uh the ‘‘Burns Democratic Club,”
—Stock of all kinds is doing well.
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , On. on a new mail service between with stated times for meeting. 2d, That the
members of said club shall defeat every ef I think there has not been a loss to
Lakeview and llurns, one nt War fort at disorganization by upporting the
nominees of County. Mate, and exceed 3 [ mt cent in sheep, and lit
ner valley with 1). E. Jones ns post , regTilar
National Democratic Conventions, und be tle or none in horses and cattle.
master, and one at Rockford. < ¡rant it further,
B. F. LLOYD--------P roprietor . county, with J. R. Howe ns ¡«ost-
—Plows are running quite gener
Resolved, That the special sentimenti of
This Hotel latc’v refurnished offers spe
aid club be cxprw»«e<i in the following: ally in this section lind everything
cial induce mi nts in accommodation to the master.—Ex.
’’ We, -"Vei’iiily and collec’I’.cl V . OTldoi •’ 11.< ’, hxiks spring-like.
traveling public,who«e patronage is solicited
Cleveland Administration; we uppiove the
—J see a Mr. Cuningham spoken
rar- l abk furn shed with the tx-st the mar
I t is no blind adherence to party late Letter of Governor Pennoyer in re
sponse to the Harney Valley HetHers’ Pe of as a republican candidate for
idol« that makes men democrat«, tition;
we favor the formation of Harney Coun
but it is their belief in certain prin ty out of Boutheru Grant.” And, l>c it, further sheriff—go away from hoimf to hear
ciples upon which a free govern more,
K« solved. That we endorse the E ast O regon
—Politics seem to move slowly
ment should be administered, and H erald ns an able Exiwment of Denioeratir
Do» trine, and re»ofnmend it to the perusal and and I presume will stand closely to
which to them promises the high suppOTt
Mak L. RACINE - P ropkietrisb . est good to themselves and their a< y of the party. And, be ft, furthermore,
Resolved. That we cordially invite all (H’nions 1
------ Main st., Burns, Or.------
—There will lie no fight made
fellow-men; this impels them to as who
endorse the National and Btate Adinlnls-
A Limited Ntir.d»rrof Gnesta rauseetire the sociate together, and to exercise tratlona to unite and co-operate with us.
against n division if a fair and equi
most (’omfortjiblc Lodging Booma in the
W. ( . B ykd ,
table bill is intrisluced, which I
that “eternai vigilance” over party
J < W ool «»,
Town, at tbi-« House.
The Tables »Ira« a supplied with all the Eat interests that will defeat every ruse
T. V B K mzkzx . f
hope will be done.
ablet the maiket affords.
—A good many improvements in
of its opponents, ami win the pro
On motion of J. Nat. Hudson the John Day and in the country near
—Surveyor A. J. Brown, of Har motion of their desires.
resolutions were then read and by, gives this section a live and
ney, was in (own Tuesday, and
The National Democratic Com adopted by sections, and th<- follow
brought T he H erald a lot of fine mittee appointed Tuesday, June 5, ing signatures attached: [Here is prosperous appearance, anil shows
that our population have faith in
parsnips front his garden, four miles IbKM, noon, anti St. St. Louis, as given the list of 50 citizens.)
the permanent prosperity of this
north of Harney. Mr. Brown’s ac time and place for holding the Na
A motion was nexv made and county.
quaintance with the soil and cli tional Democratic Convention.
corrieii that an executive committee
John Day, 2-23-88.
mate of East Oregon is extensive
Each state is entitled to repre be appointcii to confer with the
and favorable to agriculture. Or
—(’nil at the office of V. J. Miller,
sentation therein equal to double county central committee, with the
ders sent him for vegetable« in suf
the nuinlicr of its senators and repre following result: Dr. .McPheeters, Attorney-at-law, at Harney City,
ficient quantities to justify the time
sentatirea in congress of the U. S., (chairman), P. F. Stenger, P. 8. Oregon, and secure you a piece of
and trouble of hauling will be
and each territory and the District Early. J. C. W’ooley, and H Dixon. schixil land. He has’plats of all the
promptly filled and at reasonable of Columbia two delegates.
A motion was made and carried vacant school lands in the valley.
to meet at th<‘ call of the president Plats corrected every week from
at any specified time.
—This paper till June 2(1. ’KMI
II kba i d till June 26, *1.
x Li very & Feed Stable
COGSWELL & COGSWELL.
A CASH BUSINESS
"Builder and Contractor.
W. II. STARK,
The secretary was then ordered to
haye the proceedings of the meet-
Surveyor .............................. ............. J. H. N eal
Sheriff.................................... ............. A. C. D ore
.......M. D. C ameron
........ H. F. D odson
1>. L. GUACE
"OllU.DilZATIoS is HiWEll"
Physician SL Surgeon.
J. G. Welsh, M.D
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vertising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New lork.
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T. V. B. EMBRSE.
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vertisers. Call at office, or write Publisher.
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Additional charge of $2 per insertion to
secure choice positions in the paper.
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Advertising in Local Columns Ten
cents a line.
Marriage, birth, and death notices tree.
Most liberal terms to religious und social
and educational bodies.
Job Work done neatly and promptly, at
reasonable prices, by an experienced Job
The Patronage of the Public respectfully
AS IT IS VOICED BY THE HEHALD.
P roprietor .
$2.30 a Year.
THE TOWN OF BURNS
D. L. GRACE,
1 LARNE Y CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
V. J. MB.I.EH
Harney City. Oregon.
Will practice in ail the State Courte.
A. J. BROWN.
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