East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, June 13, 1888, Image 3

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I EGAL AllVllttTIBEMENTS.
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THE HERALD.
N< »TICE.
N. IinOWN:
I'Ol ltTH OF JULY.
Who keeps the best assortment of j
All parties interested will please
[Entered aa second clans mail matter at burn«.] take notice, that on account of a Goods?
A meeting of the citizens of
N. Brown,
piNAt moor.
change in my General Merchandise
was
held last Thursday evening as
Who
sells
the
largest
amount
of
I' nitkd K tatka L and O ffice
Local News.
■ business, my books will be bal - .
i#iAWiew, Oregon, May < imm . )
1
GoodB?
N.
Brown.
announced
in T he H ekai . d of 6th
Q-FZT .TH-R-R A^TOM ! ! t
ANCKD AND CLOSED ON
Nt/riCE 18 HEREBY GtVTS that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of hi« iuttJi-
WEDNESDAY, JUNEIS, 1MH.
Who sells the Cheapest for Cash? Inst:
fS^JiNE 1st, 1888.^1*
tlon to make final proof in sup)N>rt oi his claim,
tnd that said proof will I m * made lietore the
Meeting organized by electing D.
4.'aunty Clerk wf Grant* ounty, at Cauyuu Citv, Ia Answer to the Unremitting Effort. All unsettled notes and accounts : N. Brown.
GrMou Jauc 23d« 1888. viz:
i By life* Opposition to democratic supremacy , will be placed in hands for collec-,
Who has the most customers?, L. Grace chairman, Jno. E. Rob­
Joaepla (taorgfe,
. _ In ______
___
, _
_____________
the Harney
country,
to
disorganize ____
the ____
par-
C.K.K« 3«. turtle SE'.ol NE>„ N‘> 0< SEJ4
dniwlny the line be.w«u "•«»■ j tion on
erts, secretary, Ben Franklin, assist­
N. Brown.
A SE'i oi HK1Se<- i. Tp .0 S, K & K. fti
**“
«sr-Jt-NE îoth, iss«.
ant secretary.
nnme. the loll..» in, wilnran to prove hi. “/•••••<>
.
Wlw
keeps
the
best
quality
of
t-oulinuou. resideme upon, .u.l ('Ulth-.tlon <jt
PublUli the MI ow I uk eor.ection.oj , I also hereby notify the people that i ’
,
-iy urgan's
attempt« to mtenprewui
mlxrvpresent
Mill land, vli-t . W.McCliin. W F. Kli>z.berry. , ! --------------
'J«elr
or«»i. . ntfempu
Moved and seconded that a
T
hf
.
H
erald
and
the
opject
of
its
publication:
from
this
date
we
will
sell
goods
at
I
Goods.
N.
Brown.
______________
George Morgan, John Robertson, all of Drewsy,
Grant eouuty, Uregvn.
Fourth of July celebration be held
T he H erald is not owned nor con- Cash Prices.
P.
F.
S
tenge
».
trolled by any stockman, settler, politician, or i
My 16-25
A. F. SNELLING, Regtater
—Ladies in Burns and vicinity, in the vicinity of Burns.
any other mini, except the one whose name ap-
Burns, Or., May 28, 1888.
tiears at the head of the paper as its editor, pub­
are missing a rare chance to supply '
lisher, and proprietor.
p-iSAL PROOF.
I their rooms with great varieties of1 Formation of committees result­
HORSE RACES!
T he nEUALD belongs to no men, nor set of
I flowers raised from the seed, when ed in the following:
I’BITSU stirs« L aho O»ric«.l men, therefore, works for uo monopoly, corpor­
The people of Harney having I .they fail to visit airs. 1 nos. Has-1
Lakeview, Grenon, May 15,. 18884 ation, clique, or ring.
Committee on Arrangements—
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- ; i T he H erald is neutral in nothing-indepen- built a new half-mile race track.
Uce
Ing-named settler hna filed notice of his inten- I dent in all things, and straight-out democratic
' kell’ts place.
* ( N. Brown,
Mrs. Byrd,
r
' whi»Vriiui«
tvhii.i i.urty Hnoa are
nrc drawn.
(irnwn, And
Allll 011
“1! the take pleasure in inviting all who
I'“'.17»’
on ail
W. C. Byrd,
and that said pre*if will be made before t!» Siestions t of
'f the
thc. < day
lav win
oUn<i advm-atfn«
Mrs. Grace,
will be f found
advocating enjoy the sport to be present at that I
-
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...
7.
.
.
—
Just
received
at
P.
F.
Stenger
’
s
1
AU Harney Valley la Earnestly Solicited to taka
County Clerk of Grant county, Oregon, at t au-
e right side, as its editors are able to view it.
Miss Roberta,
yon City, Or., on July 20, 1888, viz:
place on the 4th of July and take store, a large supply of country J. C. Welcome,
Tux
H
erald
1«
an
advocate
of
law
and
order:
Otho A. Hall.
Everybody is cured Bacon,
Hams,
Shoulders
and | J. M. Vaughn, Mrs. Morrison,
of “the greatest good to the greatest number;” part in the races.
hold and make this the Most Successful Cele­
1». 6. No. 2150. fur the HE qr of 8W qr, SW qr of is anti sectional in matters pertaining to East
All who
wish
well-cured,
Mrs. J C Parker,
i.'.l ..1— -LL ________ 1,. P. F. Stenger,
BE qr. Sec. 24, and NW qr of NEqr, NE qr of Oregon, Grant couuty, Harney Valley or Burns. cordially invited, and a good time Sides.
Thomas
Dodson,
NW qr, Hee 25, T|». 22 8, R 36 E. He names the
Mrs.fi.
McGowan
! sweet bacon will find just what they
bration in Grant County.
Last Year the 4th
folio wing witnemes to prove hiscoutinuoua res­
It publishes the latest news for its readers as insured.
idence ujMin, and cultivation of, said land, viz: soou as obtained: efi'ets Its columns to the op­
—““2------------ 7
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want at Stenger’» store.
♦’ Geo. 8. Sizemore, Mrs. P. F Stenger,
L. B. Hardman, John Stemler, Rub Selle, J. H. pressed, the prosperous, and every other citizen
Mrs.
J.
M.
Vaughn.
—Mrs. McCoy is visiting Mrs.
Elliott.all of Drewsy, Grant couuty, Oregon.
“in the Harney Country” was Universally Denom­
within its territory, willing to take the respon­
—T he H erald ’ s latest advices
sibility of his utterances.
My 30-27
A. F. BN ELLIN fl. Register.
Cal Johnson.
Committee on Finance:
from Washington, dated May 30th,
inated thé Event of the Season, and This Year
Miss Lloyd,
To School Director« and Teacher«.
—Miss Lula Harris is staying ! and receivi •ed June 8th, gives assur N. Brown,
P’lNAL PROOF.
J. C. Parker,
Miss Waters,
County School Superintendent H. F. Dodaon with Mrs. I.ee Caldwell.
j
ance
that
the
location
of
the
liar-
U nited S tates L and O ffice , I ha« appointed David L. Grace Deputy for this
if all Unite in the Work, that Record will be
/ ,,
o.
. .,
..... I ney Ijind office will be in the most Geo. McGowan, Miss C. Harris,
Lakeview, Oregon, May 16, 1888.) part of Grant county. Parties having bualneas
-Mrs. Stenger and three little
j
of tJje )and digtrict C> M. Caldwell, Miss McKinnon,
NOTH’E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that iu romfor- to transact with the Superintendent will find
mhy with requirements of Hon. Commissioner's Mr. Grace at T he H erald office, Burn«, Or.
d
a ncrhizira wont
1 ‘nJg
. ..<>■
.
Totally Eclipsed.
Come One, and Come Alli
Miss Susie Dixon.
daughters
went tn
to t.hn
the uhpon
steep r»non
ranch t__
Hfct. D*Wbc/ z ; docBIl
-t; I
P aisley , Or.. Feb. 16,1887.
letter “O,” of Dec. 14, 1887. the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make To W hom it M ay C oncern :
Sunday morning.
T
it?
’
Committee
on
Athletic
Sports:
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
This is the time when “there is no politics,” when ‘‘there
Because of the opposition offered by the anti­
proof will be made before the Clerk of Grant
Chas. Byrd,
—The business men of Burns
is no democratic, no republican considerations”
county, Oregon, at Canyou Cjty, Oregon, on moral element of our town to Prof. Grace’s de­
3 , i —Editors of T he H erald ae- Tex Sillman,
termined
effort
to
overcome
the
immoral
influ
­
July 9fh, 1888, viz:
J. C. Welcome,
to claim our fealty—when a union of our
ence« thrown about the school given into his have liberally patronized T he H er - ' ! knowledge an invitation from the I Chas. Johnson,
William Wyllie.
I charge 'luring the five months Just past, we ALD Job office this week.
Thos. •Dodson.
hearts, and hands for our homes
J Faculty and Graduating Class of
D. 8. No. 963, C. E. No. 327, for the N’Vj of NW qr, herewith endorse his course as a teacher by af­
NW qr of NE qr, BE qr of NW ur. Ser. 25, Tp 20, fixing our signatures:
will involve no vital
'
the
Oregon
State
Normal
School
to
•
Committee
Fireworks:
on
—Diamond Dyes for sale at W.
8, R 35 E. He names the following witnesses to
V irgil C onn ,
) Board
Principles.
W m . B. R oyal , M. D.>
of
prove his continuous residence upon, and culti­
be
present
at
the
sixth
annual
com-
N.
Brown,
Geo.
McGowan.
E.
Grace
’
s
drug
store.
E. L. G reen .
) Directors.
vation of eaid land, vis: E. E. Purrlngton, John
THEN LEND A HAND—COME AND BE HAPPYt
«
Kobestou, A. J. Vanhorn, Geo. Cattr.ach, all of
mencement of that excellent insti­
Committee on
■ Program:
Drctvsey, Grant connty, Oregon.
—You can buy English Cash- tution of teaming, on Wednesday,
HAK.XEY VATalaKY ITEMS.
My 30-27
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
N. Brown,
W. E. Grace,
mere at 25c. a yard at Stenger’s, June 13, 1888.
I U J. . AU
M. . Vaughn
T UUgllll} G. McGowan,
B urns and Ilarney are the ban­ Burns.
•
yjTLNAL PROOF.
—The prevailing opinion in Hat-1 John Robinson, Dr. McPheeters,
-A
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ner democratic precincts of the
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,)
— a Miss
Etta Stanclift,
Happy t ••''J
ney valley
is to
UIBB ALVU
OUII1V1AU, of Aistppj
» uaavj AO
w the
»saw effect
V that there
.
Committees are requested to
Lakeview, Oregon, Mav 17, 18#M
county.
valley, is visiting friends in Burns.! are more straight-out republican vo-
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
|
ters
north
of
the
mountain,
than
meet
and complete arrangements
[Published by request, sothe girl« representing the State« may learn the word«.)
ing named settler has filed notice of hia inteii-
—Clothing, reduced, at Stenger’s
tion to make final proof In aupj»ort of hi« claim,
—
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Porter,
of
Happy
straight-out
democratic
voters
on
Saturday,
Kith
inst.,
at
10
and that «aid proof will be made before »the ; Burns.
*
And her Hag proudly floating before us,
O, Columbia, the gein of the ocean.
valley, are visiting in Burns.
Kegiater or Receivpr at Lakeview, Oregon, on
'south of it: that the county clerk o’clock, in the Old Hotel.
' The boast of the red white and blue.
The home of the brave and the free,
July Uth 1888, viz:
— The prospect for a big hay crop
and
treasurer
are
the
only
men
1
James Caldwell,
The shrine of each patriot’s devotion,
this season is said to be flattering.
C ho : Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
—
In
order
that
T
he H ekai . d ! elected on the democrat ticket.
U.S. No. 2143, for the SW qr NW qr, NW qr of
The world offers homage to thee.
At a subsequent meeting the fol-
Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
readers may have a first-class met­
HW qr. Sec. 28, and SE qr of NE qr, NE qr of SE
—Coal Oil at W. E. Grace’s drug ropolitan weekly during the presi-
Thy mandates make heroe’s assemble,
qr, Ser 29, Tp. 34 8., R. »2 E. He names the fol­
With her flag proudly floating before us,
—
The
Burns
church
was
opened
lowing
were
reported
by
the
gen-
lowing w itneFSca io prove his continuous resi­ store.
When Liberty’s form stands in view;
*
The boast of the red, white and blue.
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
dential campaign, we offer them last Sunday to a large congrega- tiemen on committee on arrange- Thy banners make tyranny tremble,
George Bollenbaugh, A. J. Shirk, A. E. Lewis.
—David Fennimore, of Sagehen T iie H erald and. the San Fran-: tion. The room is large, and seats men(H.
The wine cup, the wine cup bring hither,
Robert Dobie, all of Grant county, Oregon, and
When borne by the red, white and blue.
J*. <». address Fort Bidwell, Cal.
is said to have a very fine garden, cisco Examiner for six months for ■ ditto; the whole building is gotten
And fill ye it up to the brim—
My 3G-27
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
Clio: Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
President—A. W. Waters.
May the niem’ry of Washington ne’er
—Tinware, etc., at R. R. prices ♦ 1.50; this offer good only till July up on a generous plan, and, as the
Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
wither,
11, 1888.
i minister observed, Burns could not i Vice-Presidents
, lvv-, ,
—J. Nat. Hudson, Thy banners make tyranny tremble,
at Stenger’s, Burns.
*
p'INAL PROOF.
Nor a star of his glory grow dim;
_
,
,
T
afford to do without it. A pastor D. Carey,
T. Sillman,
When borne by the red, white and blue.
May our country united ne’er sever,
im?r°y will be sent by the conference next! W. C. Bvrd,
U nited S tates L and O ffice .)
—Call on J. W. Norton, at Har­ i .
P. 8. Early,
Lake view, Oregon, May 17, 1888.)
When w’ar waged fR wide desolation,
But stand by her colors so true;
?°rt0.n 8 ^ar. Its appearan’e in the town Sam. King,
a first - class brand of im \lrC -^‘7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow­ ney, for
J.
C.
Parker,
O, the Army and Navy forever!
And threatened our land to deform,
ing-named cottier has filed notice of his inten­
Blacksmith
shop
at
Harnej
¡
g
B
y
en
|
)
eloquent
advertise-
•
p.
Clemens,
any
kind.
*
V.
J.
Miller,
tion to make final proof in support of hip claim,
Three cheers for the red, white and bl ue
The ark then of freedom’s foundation,
and that said proof will be made before the
—In the Canyon City precinct,; ment ot Burns to the traveling W. E. Grace,
Jasper Davis,
Columbia, rode safe through the storm,
C ho : Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
Register and Receiver at I.ukev»ew, Oregou, on
—
Van
Curtis,
of
Harney,
is
put
­
July 14th, 18.88, via:
Geo. Htiston,
( Ruliaon and Todhunter, republi- public.
’•
¡J. S. Devine,
Hurrah for the red, white and blue!
ting up a new house.
With her garland’s of victory o’er us,
George Bollenbaugh
H. C. Levens,
0, the Army and Navy forever!
I cans, were elected by about 50 ma-
_Prceidi E1<]erlra Wakefield,
pBrow"’
As so proudly she bore her brave crew,
1». S. No. 23M, for the N«^ of HE’; Sec. 7, and
Three cheers for the red, white and blue!
-—Thos. Bain, of Harney, has a Jonty over M m Miller and John hc](J
Lee Caldwell,
of MV'4. Section 8, Township 32 8, Range
rterf lueeting, Saturday,
32’a E. lie name« the following witnesses to
F. Lunaberg,
and d;Jlivere/tWo 1(>itufeBi 8und4., Dane Foster,
prove his continuous resdence upon, and culti­ very fine crop of wheat and rye, Fisk, for precinct officers.
vation of said land, viz: William Gara, James raised without irrigation.
J. H. Pratt,
Caldwell, Win. Buffington, Henry Welch, all of
—Money buvs Goods Cheap at jn the “ew church; Mr. Wakefield D’ }j Rn ™ ’
Thos. Dodson,
Grant county, Oregon, 1*. 0. Diamond, Grant
—
The
citizens
of
Harney
are
county, Oregon.
Stenger’s.'
'
• i has *«any fr1lenfd« m Jj}!8 ^t’0" ,°f C. W. Jones
Bent. Einbree,
My 30-27
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
building a new race track, and in­
■ country, and if he will send notice p *, 8teneeI.
W. E. Dalton,
NEW TO-DAY
tend having races on the 4th, free X-V. J. Miller, of Harney, is, we • of his appointments at this place p’,t _ pre
’
Ben. Franklin,
we
understand,
to
make
a
trip
to
1
so
as
to
appear
in
two
consecutive
•
.«
e
l
/
.
r
r
y^ng
C. A. GILBERT,
-----
P rineville , O regon .
to
all.
jpinal proof .
G. W. Smelsor,
'
Portland
shortly,
to
file
an
answer
.
issues
of
the
paper,
crowds
of
hear-
u-
n-
’
p
a
John
8.
Bowen,
U nited B tates L and O ffice .)
—Buy your organs of Gilbert. J to the charge of trespass made by 1 ers will greot his coming.
I 1 .,a’" a?‘ ’
i
I^kevliew, Oregon, May 22, 1888.)
•Hz.
E. A.
jx. Stauffer,-
ovauuvr,” C>
vn M.
m. v-uiuivun,
Caldwell,
AGENT FOR
NOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN that the totlow- He furnishes the best instruments Messrs.
Singletary, Hayes and
'
___
Jos.
C.
Wooley,
John
Robinson,
ing named settler, has filed no»ice*o£hhs inten- at the lowest prices.
*
•
* •
Brooks, in the U. 8. circuit court, '
lion to mnke final proof}« support of hi« claim
mabrika .
I ' Robert
“
~
Terrell,
", Thos. Haskell,
«aid proof will
wifi be
be'made
and that Baid
made before the
'—Wm. Coittsworth. of Harney, against the ‘Red S’ settlers.
Reyister and Receive!
Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
Register
c K innon —
A
llison -----
—
Last
Sun-¡Jno.
E.
Rol>erts,
J.
C.
Welcome,
a M
UCJM.N.W
— nni/lSO.N
1JUDL
OUIl-
a^.
u
vv civujih ,
July 17th, 1888, viz:
has bought Wm. Lessing’s interest
...
day, June 10. 1888. at the residence I C.C. Richardson, Fred. Okerman,
G. W. Smrlaor,
—Good Cotton Flannel 8mts,|of the groom jn Burnf) by j (j. I Dr. H. M. Horton Dr. McPheeters,
of Pec.
Sec. in the s»1«»“ at Harney, and will
p.F. No.iffO.
’the North K««t qn.rter
quarter of
30, Tp. 23 8, 1 . K. He names .1.«
the ioii»winz . i hereafter carry on the business in • 1.75 trt Stenger’s.
I Parker. J. P., in the presence of the Geo. S. Sizemore, W. W. Johnson,
witnesses t* . bve his continuous residence .
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Win. his own name.
.j-... relatives, of the con_ T. A. McKinnon, J. C. Buckland,
—The best of musical instru- I;
: » ----
“mediate
Lewis, G. A. Fry. T. A. Morrison, audC. M. Cald­
well, all of Bums. Grant county, Oregon.
V aughn, R.
II. J. McKinnon,
—W. E. Bedell, of near Sagehen, ments and sewinir machines for sale ! ^acting parties, Mr. J. E. McKin- I-1 John M. Vaughn,
And it appearing that G. W. Young claims
I*
Gilbert
"
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“
on
and
Miss
Carrie
Allison,
daugh-
,
J.
E-
McKinnon,
Dr.
G. W. Gilham,
started
to
California
on
the
Sth
the above described tracts, adversely under
1). 8. No. 3076 he Is hereby cited to be present at inst., leaving a number of indig­
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allison, all
Edward Hanley.
said time and place, and submit any reasons he
—Paints and Oils of the best Burns, Grant co. Oregon,
may have why the final proof of the said G’ nant creditors.
Geo. S. Sizemore
Orator—Dr. T. V. B. Einbree.
W. *Smi!«or should not be approved.
quality always on hand at \V. E. ‘ In
T thc evening the young couple '
followed
him
Friday,
with
an
at
­
June 6-28
A. F. bNELLING, Register.
attended
’ ’ church,
’
’ where they were j Reader—D. L. Grace.
tachment, and succeeded in obtain­ Grace’s drug store.
—Sold on—
----------------------, warmly congratulated by
their
Marshal—J. W. Sayer,
ing a couple of horses.
attention , 8TOCK-BKKEIIEHH!! many friends and neighbors, The
EASY MONTHLY I’AYMENTB.
Assistant Marshals—J E Roberts,
S5TCTTT TrilF.WARDFD are th,.,, « bo read
Mr. Parker is having a fence put
in n
XvXvXLld'X thia and then act ; they will find j
E. B. Hanley,
I will keep nt my »table, near bride was looking beautiful and Wm. Wilson,
honorable employment that will not take them around her property,
from their homes and families. The prvfi’a ure i
r r
B. R. Porter,
I Burns, Oregon, this season, my full- neatly fitting white satin,
John Martin,
large and sure for every indus'-riotis person,
—One of the prettiest features of ' blood Morgan and Henry stallion, adorned with bridal veil and orange J. C. Wooley, Marshall Hughes,
many have made and arc making several hun­
blossoms; the groom manly in the
dred dollars a month. It is easy for any one to the 4th of July celebration at Burns
| “Henry.” He is a very dark brown,
Executive Committee—W. W.
make |5 and upwards per day, who is willing to
work: el1hcr«CM.oM..ry<.unr:
not need- jg the grand guard of honor for the 18 years old, weighs about 1400 tbs. i usual suit of black.
Chas. G. Frye,
Johnson,
e-It.wc «.rt rou; ever^n. new;..«,
t))
of eyery litUe
Mr.
and
Mrs.
J.
E.
McKinnon
ability required; you. reader, c an doit ns well ns
and is nearly 17 hands high.
P. F. Stenger,
C. M. Ci I dwell.
i
took
possession
of
their
handsome
­
anyone. WrPe to us at once f<»r full particulars,
a V
o '’ Port
i"™: ­ b°y in Harney valley whose mother “Henry” will make the season for .
which we mail free: address Stinson &
Co.,
ly
furnished
new
residence,
and
are
NEAR BURNH, ORKOON.
end, Maine.
i will make him a pair of blue calico ♦5.00, to be paid when the mare is (•'
Committee on Vocal M urie—
pants, a white waist, or shirt, and ascertained to be with foal. When nt hojne to all anti-nuptial and new
Mrs. Byrd,
friends without the formality of J. Culp,
1 plain red calico cap.
a mare is traded, sold or sent out (cards.
SAYER & DORE - - -- -- -- - P roprietor «.
Miss Roberts,
Chas. Byrd,
STATE INSURANCE CO. P
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of the county, the owner forfeits
Keeps constantly on hand a larf« «lock of
Miss M. Woods,
T he H erald wishes them all the Enoch Ilecd,
the season money. All care will
Miss Cora Harris, i
300 little boys dressed in blue be taken to prevent accidents, but happiness that falls to the lot of M. N. Fegtly,
A gent , i pants, white'shirt, or waist, and red will not be responsible should any man
W. E. GRACE
nan and
a,lu wife, ’ who
wno have
nave erected
iruuu a a > , Jno. E. Roberts, Miss A. MeGee,
Mrs. T. J. Morrison,
(cap, to march in the procession on occur.
T hos . H askell .
.h,ome
the fir8t «T»«™»»
Mrs. Laura McKinnon.
their union.
j the 4th of July, as Guard of Honor
to the Liberty Car. Turn out., boys,
B urns , O regon .
Organist—Charles Zeigler.
-Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries,
¡turnout and help make Harney Í
^-Sunday, a week ago, Jerry, Goddess of Liberty—Miss Allie
OC., 10c., 25c., (formerly 10c., 20c.,
Th« «UU/aclory manner la ,hi<h th» st»!»: j valley’s Fourth the best in Grant
Chamberlain killed a fine, large, J I | McKinnon.
50c.) at Stenger’s.
Insurance Company, of Salem, Oiegun, has con- j cQUjjfy
! two-year old grizzly bear, at the1
ducted 11« business, a nd paid its losses, is proven j
Angel of Peace—Miss Minnie
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1 Stenger sheep camp on Emigrant
FOU
HALE.
br the fa. t that I..r the paat f.rnr Kara IT HAS ,
—(]ie ladieB ¡n Harney Val-
I have 160 acres of land situated creek> aboat
from t Reed.
RECEIVED
MORE
rR
ENnrMM.
iNst'REi»
,
resnectfullv
solicited
MORE HOMES, and different proper!I.«, ISSU-1 “v are
respt CllUliy SOllClieu
3) miles north of Burns, Grant!
nrn?-.
Grant ®
Bnrn
?- About 9 o’clock that , night
And all kinds of surfacelumtar thorouahly seasoned for bnlldlm purpose« and at
Army—Master Joe Laumon.
pmore policies .,nd p.vio more uissEs I to come to Burns and unite in the
REDUCED PRICKS.
»'»’mising
"K from the extreme
c*trtnre fright
mw-Mhinertia Territory than any ■ Aork of making the 4th of July eel- county, Oregon; will soon be en- iir,rnli81
Navy , —Master
Lloyd Johnson. i
«thercmapanr.____________________ ebrat lor. hard to heat.
closed with a substantial wire
the corralled sheep a bear was
.»
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fence; comfortable log house; good ncar the“i, he,went-out--doors with■ Committee on Lil»erty tar Arrang«*-
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, —A young German known as well 'of living water; ; 3 or 4 acres gun in hand, and
¿nd discovered Bruin ment —T. J. Morrison, Geo. Luna-
ihvention
h hail
*.hr<, I Johnson, lately in the Burns butch- under cultivation.
I Price,
’rice, ♦1800.,
♦1800. «tting
sitting upright neitr
nefcr a corral, boxing berg, and Henry Cheatham.
f’cntury. N.H least among tlie wonder« of in ven- :
five prcgrerii la a method and ay item of work that ! er shop, unexpectedly - disappeared Terms: one-third cash, one-third
onc °f the shepherd dogs that
Committee on Table Arrange-
ran be performed all over the country without from town last week, leaving num­
one- waa
was b*yi
baying
lnen t—5fr<
rg j
one year from day of sale, and onc-
“g it; getting into a good mcn
Parker,
a>*paratiQg the worker« from their homca; pay
erous
debts
unpaid.
Deputy-sher
­
liberal; any one can do the work; either sex,
third two years from day of sale; pusit'«“, Jerry fired, the bullet
pr..p
yoti ng. or old. no aperial ability required; capi­
Mrs.
Pratt,
(
Bvrd'
tal required: you are started free; cut thia out, iff Johnson with a writ of attach­ secured by mortgage on premises, passing through the back of the,
N. B. A Good road all th* way.
i-y
Mrs. Bowen,
and return toua. and we will aend yon free, some ment, overtook him, and secured, as
Title
good.
A
lso
a
few
choice
Dai-1
ln
’
J
10
,
beginning
run
off
and
did
.
«
Parke
thing of gr<Mt valne and importan<e to yon that
I
Mrs.
Parker,
Mrs.
Harkey.
will start you in buainraa, whicn will bring you we learn, a watch and two horses.
ry cows and other young cattle,) neck, killed it. One of the dogs had Mrs, Gianini,
Mrs. McKinnon. |
in more monev right awtfy than anything else in
return to camp till thc Tuesday
the world grand outfit free. Addrvwi Tat x A
—Cash for Goods is wanted at cheap for cash. R eason fob sale . '
CO.. Augx»*a, Maine.
2My
change
of
business.
Any
persons
fullowing;
tracks
of
an
old
bear
I
Stenger’s.
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—For all kinds of Stationery go
/-J. 8. Devine, we learn, has do­ wishing to purchase any of the! an‘* two cubs were found near by
?ear, - a cinnamon to W. E. Grace’s drug store.
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the above property, call on or ad- nex’ “a.V-
STATE AGENT »OR
CAPTAIN JOHN MULLAN,
nated a fine beef to help out the ta- •
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bear was killed in that vicinity.
BLACKSMITH.
O regon , C alifornia , N evada ,
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12
yards
Dress
Goods,
•1.00,
at
A ttorney & C ounselor at L aw ,
. ble arrangements for the 4th; every “ dress, A. L. H avage , Burns, Or.
Sport ahead for bear hunters.
and
‘ Stengers, Burns.
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No. 1310 C onnecticut A ve ,
I onc is expected to bring a basket
P. S. EARLY
B urns , O r . dinner on that day, and every lady
—Go to W. E. Grace'» drug ztorr
__ G.
G. W.
W. Verdot, of the Island,
W ashington T y .
W ashington , D. C.
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—Chas. Sampson is building an ;
with a basket to consider herself a for Uonfeetioneriea, frenh and pure. waR in Burna ycite’rday.'
extensive addition to his business |
—GENERAL REPAIRING— committee of one to look after the | —All the best and most [»opnlar
—Win. Shackleton left today for establishment.
table comfort of atrangers who may brands of whiskies, wines and bran­
»»»
Huntington,
where he expects to
be “within our gates' on that day.
dies, as well as tobacco and cigars, locate.
Largeu (/etfen*! Metal II cnam oath* Cea«.|.
—Let every peraon whose name will be found always in stoek at the
—Wm. Rodifer, otherwise “Cy­
I xrellent < ardinal 0* DraS
ia mentioned in connection with the i saloon next to the post office. •
clone Bill,” has left Burns for some
4th of July celebration buy a copy (
S
ateen
C orsets ,
XOTK'E TO HTOTK lt.MHF.lM.
new scene of action. Hotel keepers
of T he H e A al B and aend it East
of
this
place
are
to
be
congratulated
“Cap,” my dark brown Morgan
for a friend—only lOeenta. Never
t/ rwul itc. ««tra. Fir« hook* a*»4 d
miaa an opportunity to advertising and English draft Stallion, will i and those of some other place to be
dw line Jbioirl a*ui Workmamfetp Stlk
‘ i, from all accounts,
stand the ensuing season at Byrd's pitied, forjie is,
your aeation.
ctrta wder*«j
atth pretty 1*^ <4M
but a bonanza to them, f mm k wijr. Si/ex ttto jo Send money order
stable, Burns. “Cap” is 10 years j anything
*
or pmlage »taaipa
FRENCH
—Tie teat W Cfoar at W. E. old, 17 hands and j inch high and
—A. J. Brown, of Harney, is in
More Important Still
Grace'* drug atorw.
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weighs almut 1700 pounds. Terms, Burns today. He reports his gar­
It Io «end for Large < ualogoe (whkh we for
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12
to
insure
or
18
for
the
season.
-TteLnketta Examiner say*
ward ir»e of ci a-gel <iv»ng full iniormatton
den in a flourishing condition, as it
1
abotrt (• iVfoMtwrt.t ull rr oterrMmg
»3
1 that ‘Vinoe’ Snelling went to San All care will be taken to prevent
INDIAN WAR8
certainly mutt be if the lettuce be
all kind« W Mens WoMH wad O m M pms
Wear < nt»un - ter a ttamand illwMra-
M bs . L. RACINE - 1‘ r ' C biktbmb . Francioro onweines*. but returned accidents, but will not be responsi­ brought U a sample.'
nom. and is no* uf D m foatM taolu of st kasd
safe and MRind and therefore thc ble should any happen. For fur­
wi tb* ■ nnwtsy..
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A Hattfnl nnm»»rn<
mn
nr* ,h*
ther particulars call on or address
—A destructive fire occurred in
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN 4cCO.
nnm
ta-lgfi« rr«w<>> In the town “hwy ahotit hia mysterious di sap
•tthi-bom« Table, -tiroliert wttbstl kM< ■ praranoe zmu *I te a joke at hi* ex-' W. C. Byrd. Burna. Oregon.
tm.
m. W. r», «•• k n
Huntington on the 6th in»t.. de.
of ratable* the oiartrt artir-t-
J 1,
SAC ll.lMro, CAL
pen»e
Two». MAtrra.
strojring an entire b|oek.
COME T BURNS FOB A GOOD TIME!!
H i M H
The Red, White and Blue.
PIANOS, ORGANS, & SEWING-MACHINES..
PIANO, ORCAN, 4. SEWINC-MAOHINE
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JOB WORK.
44 cts.