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■ LEGAL AOVEKTL-'EMENrS.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 25, 1S8S.
U nitkd S tatf . b L and O fficb J , In the Justice Court for the Precinat of Burna, !
lAkeviuw, ùcukou , J un v b , ISM.) ,
C ounty of Grant, Suite of Oregon.
:NT -liavlug bcuu entered at this of-1
M A fa* ’ Plir
i Civil action to recover j
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
th <1. Wood agaittfii Er.in Jvuctt fur 1
h|»> Homestead Entry. No. 47s, dat-1 W. E. Bedell, Deft, i
W, I<85, upon the es of NWV4l & I a M b
To W. E. Bedell, the above dehindeut, in the
r. 19, Tp. l'l 8, R. 82 fc, in Graut coun- I name
of the name of the s:atc »«I Oregon, you
n, with a view iu ranvellation uf said | are
he H erald is irrigating this
t, said parties are hereby auuimuncd
inlV iu ,hw Bbwv< Juaiire
r r nt
of ” July,
< m on the -8th 'dav
eu’itlea for court,
«n the aforesaid.
2d day ol week—ditching Waters.
rtark. a m,
m to respond
<t w o-ctockt (u tfce forenoon of ;
—Stenger has got in a fine new
y vuuceruiog nald ullegcd abamluu- | said day, to auswrr the complaint filed against'
stock of Lawns, Sateens, and other
A. F. 8NELIJNG, Register.
The defendent will take notice that if he fail j Dress goods.
so to appear aud answer, ihe plaintiff will take i
jndgmout against him fur the sum of Forty Five '
Dollars (>45.00), and for coats, and disburse-1
menta of thia action, and fur the execution visiting his sister, Mrs. Dora Pou-
la tt* Justice Court tor the Precinct of Burns, against
of Grant, State of Oregou.
be attached iu thia action.
Îî«Ln' l iff' i Civil action to recover
Given under my hand this 26th day of June,
—Go to W. E. Grace’s drug store
J. C. P akkeb ,
Justice of Peace. ' for Confectioneries, fresh and pure.
tE Bedell, the above named defendent,
—The Grant county Teachers’
It is hereby ordered that the annexed sum
iMuit* of the state of Oregou, you are mons
be published six consecutive weeks in Institute will be held at Canyon
Enquired to appear before me, the un- T he E ast
O regon H erald , a weekly newspa
ed Justice for the precinct aforesaid, In per published
in Burns, Grant county Oregou. City on the '21st, 22d, and 23d of
Kg ent ilk ’ court, on the 26th day of Ju-
J. C. P abker , J. P.
t at 10 u\ »ck in the forenoon of said Ju 27-31
August. It will be conducted by
wer to the complaint filed against
State Superintendent McElroy.
above entitled action.
ndent will take notice that if he 0 EBERT LAND—FINAL PROOF.
—Before sending off, see if you
ppear and answer, the plaintiff* will
ent against him for the sum of Thir-
U nited S tates L and O ffice , ( don’t get good value for your cash
(>18.00, and ior coats, and disbunfe-
Lakeview, Oregon, June 19, 1888.) from Stenger.
bis action, and for the execution
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John H.
h property of defeudent m . may be Farlelch,
—Prof. L. B. Baker, of Baker
of Drewsey, Grant county, Oregon,
has filed notice of intention to make proof on City, accompanied by his wife and
der my band this I6th day of June, hia
desert land claim, No. 266, for the HE qr of
J. C. P arker .
NW qr, NE qr of 8YV qr, and Lots 2 A 3. Sec 19. two children, arrived in Harney
Justice of the Peace, Tp 20 8, R :;4 E, before the County Clerk of Grant
kby ordered that the annexed sum- county, Oregon, at Canyon City, Or., on Wednes valley last week looking for a loca
published six consecutive weeks day, the 15th day of August, 1888. He names
ir O regon H erald , a weekly news the following witnesses to prove the complete tion. Mr. Baker was late superin
Ashed in Burns, Grant county, Ore- irrigation and reclamation of said land: W; G. tendent of public schools in Baker
J. C. PARXEE.J. P,
Keeton, Sam Overlauder, L. Howard, and O. J. county and is an old-time demo
Darst, all of Drewsey, Grant county, Oregou.
crat. We hope he may find a suit
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
“Another Lio Nailed.”
] HARNEY VALLEY FAIR.
From Harney Items: It is reported that oUr
fellow townsman, J. Nat. Hudson, has given up
v am »
hfs law business, and will go with the DeMoss fAr |L„ rtnhli/»
Family as manager and advance agent.—Lake- Ior
public exhibition Ot the
growth and excellence of its ___
The above is, to this
the last i ductions, T he H erald proposes to
thia date, Jhe
■ of a succession of lies deliberately open a column to all producers,
•THE ANNUAL RACES WILL BEGIN AT-----
by A. W. Waters in his farmers amt
and stock men, "in* whiThto
paper, the Items, with malice afore- give a written description of all
thought, for the purpose of trying that is worthy of mention. Very
to injure the business of the old es- tine looking colts and calves of this
I tablished law firm of \\ ilshire A ■ year’s production have passed aud
tepassed through town, but none
I writ® the above to call the at have reported for publication. Bring THE TRACK IS BEING PUT IN FIRST-CLASS CONDITION,
tention of exchanges to the matter, in your this year’s stock, give the
AND A GRAND STAND AND AMPLE SEATING ARE
and to request those of 'them, age, weight, height and breed, to
friendly to us, when copying Capt. put as facts in this column. Bring
BEING BUILT FOR THE ACCOMMO
Waters’ Items’ lies to our injury, in specimens of hay, clover, roots,
DATION OF VISITORS AND
they will also publish our refuta vegetables, fruits, with names, time
tion which will henceforth in every of planting, manner of cultivation,
’ be forthcoming
' thcoming in T he etc., and let us make this a lively
J. N at . H udson .
H erald .
Monstrosities we will
No, Ben, we’re sorry to say “it’s class as such. Truthful statements
not professional ethics”—indeed, if will be given each time, and the
we tho’t ’twas “professional ethics truth alone well told will advertise
outside of our own editorial corpse.” this valley to the better class of im
we’d ha’nt ourself to our dying day. migrants, such as Harney wants, F irst D ay .—QUARTER MILE, FREE FOR ALL.................. 1100.00
than all the most plausibly told ex
—A fresh supply of Canned aggerations afloat. We start off S econd D ay —SIX HUNDRED YARDS DASH, FOR SAD
Fruits at P. F. Stenger’s.
fairly, with the following names,
DLE HORSES..................................................................... »100.00
—W’e are informed that a young in the order brought in, and all our
man named Gillam was arrested statements can be verified by.the T hird D ay .—HALF MILE, COLT RACE, FOR THREE-
near Harney Monday for making samples filed and labeled for refer
YEAR-OLDS, TWO IN THREE..................................... »100.00
an assault upon a lady named Rit- ence, except in perishable articles,
ourth D ay .—HALF MILE, FREE FOR ALL, THREE
notes of which arc filed.
—A large stock of sohooksnpplies
IN FIVE........... :...........
M rs . I one W hiting .—Near Bums;
just received at W. E. Grace’s June 20: Barley, six acres, sown on
QHSERT LAND—FINAL PROOF.
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ground under cultivation the past
Lakeview, Or., June 11, 1888.)
U nited B tatrs L and O fficb , ) Grace’s drug store.
ALL, »50.00 AT EACH QUARTER ............................. »200.00
From Sumhier Lake'.
13 years; stalks (exclusive of roots)
—Rumors are in circulation that
KOTlClt IS HEREBY GIVEN that the lollow
idt named ee*tler has filed notice of his inten-
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Geo. W. Vale is working hard for the land
—Still it rains.
tknta make final proof In support of his claim, Fnrleigli, of Drewsey, Grant county, Oregon,
and that said proof will b4 made before the has filed uotice of intention to make pro
proof on | office. Vale is an enterprising little
—Crops are looking well, and filled, grain fine and large; planted
ÑE qr of
_ Kerelverlt Lakeview,
i Oregon, on his desert land claim, No. 149, i, for the NE
I NW qr, 4 lx)t 1, Sec 19, A lxjt 4, See 18, Tp 30, 8, : burg, but it is doomed to disappoint- prospects for a good yield were in April.
Anguai It 4, ----- * 1888, Viz:
i R 34, E, before County Clerk of Grant county, I tnent in this matter. The Harney never better here.
Barley planted late, in April, on
fhp ««/ nf Sec 32 Tn 25 9 R I Oregon, at Canyon City, Or., on Wednesday, the
B y O rder of the B oard of D irectors .
C-E. No- 815, for the ..E 4 of uer
J ’ ’ ’ 15th day of August, 1888. He names the fullow- ! land office will be located in the
new ground, 12 inches high.
S5 E. He names ,he
„ ...a Cul- ln
K witnesses to prove the complete irrigation
P. F. STENGER, >
reclamation of said land: W. C. Keeton, Harney country, and not in a can here, no noise, no patriotism.
said land, vis:
Jos- and Overlander,
vat ion of »aid
R. A. Howard, and J. B. Ar yon in a remote part of the Harney
E. A. STAUFFER,
—Lamb, Joseph George, Daniel Carnbdn, all Sam
—Paisley celebrated with a June 22: Barley, sowed last year,
mor, al! of Drewsey, Grant county, Or.
Jurant cuuny, Oregon.
on cultivated ground; 36 inches
JOHN ROBINSON, ►Director».
land district, where it would be as dance.
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
A. F. SNELLING. Register. Jy 4-32
ISAAC FOSTER, „
inconvenient for the settlers to go
—The city of Pauline, in Silvef high; stalk bulky, grain well filled.
For further information address: J no . E. R orerts , Secretary,
—Oyster«, a fresh supply, at P. Hamilton & Brown are building a tine, strong, in blossom, 27 inches
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Burns, Grant County, Oregon.
Lakeview, Oregon, June 14,1888.;
Lakeview, Oregon, June 19. 1888.)
new store and S. Hamilton a dwell
A. J. B rown .—Near Harney, June
N otice is hereby given that the foiiow- NOTICE IS HEREBY’ GIVEN that the follow —Mrs. Wm. Lessing, of Harney, ing and several other residences
r named settler has filed notice of bis inteu- ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten
23: Alfalfa, in blossom, average
k to make final proof in support of his claim, tion to make final proof in support of his claim, made T he H erald a pleasant visit will be built before fall.
I that said proof will be made before the and that said proof will be made before the ' last Thursday. Mrs. L., who is an
—M. B. Hayes, of Harney, paid stand 38 inches high.
BURNS GROCERY STORE
Hater or P.eceivei, at Lakeview, Oregon, on the County C lerk of Grant conntv, Oregon, at
D r . T. V. B. E mbree .—Near
Canyon City, Oregon, on August 16th 1888, viz: intelligent lady of much business this valley a visit not long since in
gus: 8th, 1888, viz:
W. F. Mendows,
talent, made a successful experi search of horses that strayed from
j. E. McKINNON
P roprietor .
No. 297*2, for the 8F.J4 of BEV;. See 24, E’^ of D. S. No. 2783, for the North half of .South half ,
Leaf variety; root 4 inches around;
NW”> of NE qr. Sec. 25, Tp. 31 8, R. 82 E. of Sec 11, Tp 24 8, R 31 E.
He names the fol- ment in gardening last summer, Cow creek.
names the following witnesses
vitneaaca to prove hie
his lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi raising tomatoes and roasting ears
—Hay harvesting has com- leaves green and brown variegated;
inuous residence upon,
up^** and cultivation «r
of i j dance upon, aud cultivation of. said land, viz:
land, via: Henry Welsh, Geo. Bolenbaugh, i Wm.
James ... !.. Albert, Wallace Gil-
Cl! in addition to the usual vegetables. menef 1 here and farmers are busy stalks white, crisp and tender;
—KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND—
in Brenton. Prim Ortcgo, all of burns, ham, and J. H. Meadows, all
*’ of ’ Burna,
[ Mr. and Mrs. Lessing’s ranch is one and ere long the hum of the header measured 20 inches straight across
nt county, Oraron.
A. F. SNELLING, Register. ! of the most promising farms in the and thresher will be heard: then the face of the head from tip to tip
the festive hog can smile in the , of outside leaves (exclusive of
A Full Assortment of Groceries of all Kinds!
, —Dried Fruits, all kinds; cheap Stubblefield.
U nited S tates L and O ffice .) ■ for Cash at Stenger’s.
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—The Klamath Indian reserva
Lakeview, Oregon, June 19, 1888.)
Lakeview, Oregon, June 20. 1888. )
GUARRANTEED to be of the best quality .
«¿-Tex Sillman has ordered of tion is to be patrolled by three , inches across.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow ,
,' JfOTlCE IS HEREBY’ GIVEN that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his Inten-
Mrs. Haskell two handsome boquets companies of cavalry to keep off T hos . H askell .—One mile of
Uon to muke final proof in support of his claim, tion to muke final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will lie made before the and that said proof will be made before the | per week (luring the season, to the cattle and horses belonging to Burns; June 26: Alfalfa, in blos
and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, County Clerk of Grant county, Oregon, at Can- I adorn his saloon, and Caldwell &
vou City, or., August IGth, 1888, vis:
settlers; this will make short
uB August 15, 1888. viz:
M rs T hos . H askell .—June 26
Son have given the order for one range for a good many stockmen,
n F. L. Swearengen,
IL.8. No. 2685, for tjic 8WU of Sec. 4, Tp 23 9, R H. E. No. 643, for the SW*4 of 8El-7, Sec. 6, and each week for their saloon. W’e but, then, we must protect the no Gooseberries on a single branch
Si E. He numes the following witnesses to NW qr of NEqr, and E'a of NW or. Sec 7, Tp 20,
•row his continuous resilience upon, and cu’ti- 8, R 34 E. He names the following witnesses to are glad to sec our business men in ble red man else he would not re the large English variety; branch EGGS, AND A LIMITED AMOUNT OF BUTTER TAKEN IN
■ Ration of, said land, viz: J. J. Weeks, N. M. prove his continuous residence upon, and culti
8 inches long; 5 bearing twigs to
J ustice .
jHMlemaud. Wm Waters, Edward Bland, all of vation of said land, viz: Joe Sturtevant, J. A. such way testify they appreciate ceive
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Howard, I. M. Davis, and David Miller, all of the efforts of this lady to show that
the branch, containing 151 very
a Mabtirtn. Oregon.
July 12, 1888.
Drewsey, Grant county, Oregon.
A. F. SNELLING, Register
large berries; weight of whole, one-
Burns and vicinity can produce as
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
fine specimens of annuals and per —Tinware, etc., at R. R. prices half pound.
at Stenger’s, Burns.
gW^GOODS SOLD FOR CASH, AND AT PRICES^gf
Flowers: A boquet of cut flowers,
ennials as are grown anywhere.
J. C. Welcome’s new dwelling from Swee Williams grown from
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gW^TO DEFY COMPETITION, jf?
Lakeview, Oregon, June 6, Ib88.)
last year’s seedlings; 4 colors, ma
Lakeview, Oregon, June 25, 1888. ) quality always on hand at W. E. is nearly completed.
TK n OTTCE IS HEREBY’ GIVEN that the follow
and convince yourselves.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
roon, 2 shades, magenta, and pink
ing named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to niske final proof in support ot h.s cialm. ing-named settler hae filed notice of liis inten ' Grace’s drug store.
and that said proof will be made before the tion to make final proof in support of h.s claim, j
—W’ho will say after this T he
Clerk of Grant county, Oregon, at Canyon City, and that said proof will be made before the
It is a »165 instrument, of beauti A box of growing plants; June
Register and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on H erald has “no influence?” Last
J. E. McKINNON
AUK» st Sth, laSK, viz:
ful workmanship and sweet tone. 22: 2 sets of carnation, ready to
James T. MofTett,
E. No. W, for the E*a of BWk, 8EU of NW
Ix-tter from Cracker Creek Minina bloom; 2 thrifty ice plants; 6 petu
and SW «ir of NE qr, Set. 18, Tp 19 8, P. 34 E. D. 8. No. 2979, for the 8^' of NW qr and Lots 3 & the Waters & M’aters advertise
nias, 1 in bloom; a very handsomely
names the following wltncssus prove bis 4, Sec 1. Tp 34 S, R 34 E. He names the follow ment; promised to make out final
inuous residence upon an*'
ifvation of ing witncbsea to prove his continuous residence
E d . H erald : I am here in the made up box, grown from the seed.
land, viz: J. Holybor * ^o. Ifu ue, Jacob upon aud cultivation of said land, viz: Wm. proof applications for settlers free
Christian, Edward Noble, John Carter, and E.
M rs . G race .—Cage bird; from a
n, Geo. Morgan, ull¿
of charge, and let poor Ben call Cracker Creek mines, in one of the
E. Murphy, all of Fort McDermitt, Nevada.
A. f / ^LING, Register.
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
himself an “edttorial corpse” as largest mining camps in the West. mixed canary and linnet Binger and
There is considerable excite pure canary hen; hatched April
—“A lie nailed”—the sign over ment here among miners as there 22d; is a fine, thrifty, very ugly
F i g u res
UartTED S tates L and O fficsi
are new strikes here and in the vi marked with green, brown, yellow
’ office door.
I.akeview, Oregon, June 14,1888, I
Lakeview, Oregon, June 25, 1888.)
—All kinds of Tobacco, a fresh cinity every day.
»TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
kiuined settler has filed notice of his inten-
The mine I am in is the Eureka believe it can be surpassed.
i to make final proof in support of h s claim, Ing-named settler hua filed notice of his inten supply at P. F. Stenger’s.
I’that said proof will be made before the tion to make final proof in support of his elain»
/—Scott Haley, lessee of a section
tis.er or Receher at Lakeview, Oregon, on and that said proof will t»e made before the
Register and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on of road land, brought in a fine load employees and taking men every Burna, June 27: Boquet of Carna P. F. STENGER’S
hist 9th, 188«, viz:
tions, raised from last year’s seed
of hay to the Red Front livery sta day.
E No. 509, for the W!* of SW qr, NE qr of
Very rich ore is coming out of the lings. Very large and very fine.
ble, this week, at »10 per ton.
qr. aud NW qr ©f 8E or. Bee. » TpJh. 8, D 9. No. 2X7, for the E|4of NE qr and EUof
mines daily, averaging from »100 T. A. M c K innon .—Burns; June
E. He names the following witness« n to HK ur, Sec 24, Tp 13 8, R 34 E. He names t|ye fol
ye his continuous residence upon, and cul- lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
to »800 per ton; no free gold is visi 29; Barley 52 inches high.
jtion of said laud, viz: Samuel Bally, Geo. dence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: store.
Mrs. L. Harkey: near Burns; Ju
enbaugh, Martin Brenton, Prim Ortego, all Wm. Christian, Edward Noble, Johi. Carter,
ble to the naked eye; the gold is all
and C. Duunean, all of Ft. M< Dermitt, Nev.
iurns. Grant county, Oregon.
ly 14; Basket of Garden Vegetables
A. F. S.XELLING, Register. I charge of the household menege of in the sulphur.
A. E. 8NELIJNG. Register.
A big ditch is being made on the Potatoes, large, smooth, fine; Let
j the Ed. Hanley ranch during hay-
mountain side which will give 800 tuce, and Mustard, young and crisp;
i ing season.
U nitsd S tates L and O fficb .I
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
—Just received at P. F. Stenger’s
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Lakeview, Oregon. June 25, 188». >
There are about 300 men in this fair size, smooth, fine. Sample
Lakeview, Oregon, June 14,1888.) , NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the follow ; store, a large supply of country
—STAPLE AND FANCY
OTICE IM HEREBY* GIVEN that in uc- ing named settler haa filed notice of his inten cured Bacon, Hams, Shoulders and section of country all looking for a from a home garden, and as such
fiance with Honorable Commissioner’s Let- tion to make Anal proof in support of his claim
“G” of February 23, 1888, the following and that said proof will be made before the Sides.
All who wish well-cured,
hed settler has filed notice, of his intention 1 Register and Receiver at Lakeview, Oregon, on
for his mine, but he wantB do
1 for the table in Harney valley.
■ sweet bacon will find just what they »500,000 w
make final proof in support of his claim, August 16th, 1888, viz:
I that said |H*oof will be made before the ,
.............. This now famous
want at Stenger’s store.
r!a«er or Receiver, at I.akevlew, Oregon, on '
—Dr. Cameron, the efficient dep- 'Eureka Exceisior was bought for ly 16; Grass, red-top, 31 in. high,
D. 8. No. 292C, for the 8W qr. of Sec. 1. Tp 34 H, R.
fust 10th. 1888, viz:
31 E. He names the following witnesses to
150 spears to (ingle root, or from
prove bis continuous residence upon, and culti uty assessor is still on duty in »1.000,000 from an Eastern com-
E. No. 404, f«w the E*4 of HE qr, SW qr of the vation of, said land, viz: Wm. Christian, Ed- j Burns this week.
ijr. and HF. qr of 8W or. Sec. 82, Tp. 34 8, R. Noble. Christopher Dunuean, and E. E. Murphy
F. W. Ritterbush: near Saddle
i E. He names the following witnesses to all of Ft. MvDcrmit, Nevada.
—A Reliable Axe for ».75 at
There is a new town being laid
ve his continuous, reahlence upon, and cul-
A. F. SNELLING. Register. ' Stenger’s. Cheaper goods at »1.25 out here called Cracker City; it has Buttes; July 20; Barley 41 inches
itteu of said land, viz: Samuel Bailv. Geo.
enbaugh, Martin Krentou, Prim Onego, all
- one saloon, one hotel and one gro- high; a small piece put in to test
Burna, Grant county Oregou.
—R. W. Mitchell, attorney for the I fery Btorei “ livery stable is build agricultural value of bottom of the
A. F. SNELLING, Reglater.
----- ALL AT-----
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slough on swamped land.
lAkcview, Oregou, June 25.1-w. ) road company interested in Harney ’nK an<l a number of dwellings; and
J ohn A dams . Near Burns; Ju
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow , valley lands, left town, this morn-a miH W>U •’<’ built this summer.
ing named settler has filed notice (d his inten-
Several Harney valley men are ly 24; Oats, 78 in. high, Wheat, 60
maka final , pr<x>f
of his claim. ; ing.
U nitfj ) htater L and O ffice .) tivnt«
— * that
j ~ proof
“ the I
Lnkevienv, Ore«on, June 12, 1888.1 CZ
wil* be zzzzc
In., and parley, 40 in. in hight.
NOTICE IS HEREBY* GIVEN that in rum pl 1
£?•’ at Can*on CM>r»
to W. E. Grace’s drug store.
Burns; Chas. Pobaecal, of Harney, 30 acres altogether in this grain;
■e with Honorable Com»i»«ioiier'B letter : Au*u*t
” of December 11, l^fl.fln,* follow line named
ter haa hied n.rU a of hia intention to make p a ?<o. 2884, for that NE qrai NE qr Sec 31. E!^
h:».cjalm aud that said of HF qr, bee 30, A NW qr of SW qr, Bee». Tp 24 is taking the lead with “Farmers A w- A; Rodifer is here somewhere in
^-In the match race between
k>f will be made brf«»rr the Kcxlatvror Re- fl.Rjn, E. He name* the following wifnciwe« to
- ' the hills.
ker at Lakeview, Orefuu, on August 11th, prove his continuow residence upon, and culti- Mechanics.” Try them.
Johnny Moore” and the Munjar
i tlvatlon of said lan 1, vis: Georxe -helle’. Wafl
¿-White alfalfa? Dr. Embree
Mr. Editor, if you see any ‘ horse
James O. Wyital,
Trineh, Allen fandiier.aad J. II. Bridge, all of
the 18th inst., the latter won.
k No. 309, lor th« NE Srot*»«.TpaB,R “^g
—Cottonade Pants, good value,
E. He names the following witnesses to i
urday a fine plant, 51 inches in j plaining of hard times, or idle men »1.25
and »1.50 at Stenger’s.
ge his «>ntlnu<»ui residence upon, and cul-'
height, resembling alfalfa, growing lyinK «round Burns, just tell them
Mbs of said land, viz: Joe****
t»an, Lee'Desk, and Sam
_ ____ _ __ "uf FISAL PROOF.
among the alfalfa planted from seed ‘here is plenty of employment to be
U nited F mte 4 L and O fficej i
Farmers are in- had at Cracker Creek mines.
T^kevlew, Oregon, June *25. 1888. i : from Sacramento.
whose account« are
NOTICE IN HIKE BY GIVEN that the follow vited to call in and examine it.
1 “in getting »2.50 and board per due, will please come forward and
■ ai . proof .
tion to make final proof In support of his claim,
—Diamond Dyes for sale at W. 'lav; *onie are getting »2 and board make settlement, as I intend going
and that a«M pro-f wiu he made before the
- , per day.
Clerk of Grant Co.. O t ., at Canyon City, Or , on E. Grace’s drug store.
below shortly to purchase fall and
SAYER A DORE
P roprietor «.
on Anguat 22d, 18M, via:
—A comrnunication on the tariff,
Correct my mistakes, if you can winter «upplioa. Statements will
W. H. Brown.
be sent out in the near future.
D 8 No. 2970, for the
BW qr aud Lota 3 A
4. of See 7. Tp At. R fi E. Re names the lol ley farmers, will appear in the next i antl 1 W’H close by sending kindest
W. E. G race .
lowing witucfioee to pmve hia eontinmms resi ¡BHIIC
denre upon, and euftlva’ion of, said land, viz:
Wm. Meglemre, James Brandon. A. Bober's. |
—German Prunes, 7 pounds for among the readers of T he H erald . Contractor & Builder.
and John Cole, all of Bums, Oregon.
W m . R. SnACKLETox.
A. F SPELLING, Beftoter a dollar at Stenger's.
—W. E. Dalton, brother of J. M. : Cracker Creek, Baker Co., Or.,
A. C. WORTHINGTON.
July 18, 1888.
Dalton, of the Island, writes from
Airlie, Or., to send him the H erald .
He says he is regfling health rapid Strayed, from my place near
q-IMMR CULTUR« NOTICI.
ly and will return to Harney valley Harney, about the middle of June,
rsiTin S t » t *« L*yt> om<-v.i
Ukevfe«. Orason. July 9, I>*1 I j about the 1st of September.
one bright sorrel horse, about seven Tbora h.Tln« work In >T lln« »111 flu« It M
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED nt,
—“Cash vs. Credit” is catching years old, weight about KMX) lbs., 'heir
th:« *>•<■* by Ira« H. Wnliann agalli« tlx
taralah all boOdlan nnaprara. Including
branded “111” on left shoulder, haa to
Painting, and Papering Trema As reasonable
—Mr. Hudson, of Bums, has slight saddle and collar marks; as any n sponsible contractor
fine cucumbers on the vines in his also has a cut or scar on nose made office 1st D oot South of H brald »gliding. If
And nil kin da of tartara Innihar tboronfhl, ..tanned tor building Mo on and
garden, which places Burns rather by wire fence about two months
ahead of other gardens
ago. Any information leading to
—Chain Pumps at reduced prices its recovery will be liberally re
warded. Address J. W. R hovw ,
-< •• d
—Uncle Ike Foster was in town
Harney, Grant county, Or. Mrs. IxMiia Racine, - - Proprietreaa.
A liniitrtl numbrrnf juhi . can «acura th,
*l r<¿n‘,"r<*W« l‘»l|rint room. In lb. to» n
—Mosquito Bar. 75 rente apiece S— A Union Pacific surveying par • n'n Ihl.
borne T.M« mppHcH wHb rtl kind.
ty is at work near Stauffer’s ranch. o( «etaU«
(6 yda.) at Stenger’s.
the aiarkrt akord,