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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1888)
IforeCapt. Harris, and they were i
produced in the Harney country
:! ordered out of the Park, mighty sic
! are large, finely flavored, abundant,
ÍHEAPEH WHISKY AND DBAREH i; transit for the g. rn.
Advautageh--Wa and easily rftsed. We will on ap-
The plebians were sorry for the
Cheaper wl isky and dearer clothes!
j plication give the addresses of sev
: great men. We were sorry they
That’s the way the platform goes,
Acre» Open for
eral gardeners here, who will an
got caught, but we were glad they
Of the ucw-fungled republican party!
swer in detail all inquiries on that
soaped the geyser, Because it kept I
Dearer blanket«, shirts and cups.
Dearer dresses, coats and wraps,
itself on exhibition twice a day, af-
subject; the white, or Irish potato
AiUirn four Home., your Town lot.,
Dearer stockings, yarns and-socks,
is grown with little cultivation, and
ter the soaping, so long as wc
Your Ranches, Yuiir Farms, your
Dearer hinges, nails and lacks,
Place«, with trees and shrubbery
Thouaanti» of Families can Secure Val j is superior to that grown in Ohio, |
stayed, It isn’t often that a crowd
suited to the climate of East
uable Homes iu thia Great Val
Dearer leuther, boots and shoes,
Oregon. Aud buy only
ley nt a Mera Nominal Coat.
Dearer coffins and dearer screws,
! Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, or |
of plain untitled voting machines
from a known
Ken! Estate will In
But cheaper whisky, cigars and beer,
as re- I
------- , we ... personally
in 5 Years.
That’s the platform—isn’t it queer?—
i gards size, “mealiness,” and flavor. I
to touch off geysers for them.
Of the new-fangled republican purty!
A Railroad, County Scat, and Izand- I------------------ SMALL FRUITS
LMtve unprotected hay and corn,
_. such as strawberries, currants, i
j without taking a railroad president
But tex the plow and dinner-horn!
Let farmers sell as best they cun.
; along with me to get into trouble Visit the Herald Office to See Samples 1 blaCkberticS, gOOSebCH’icS, grapCS,
But when they buy, tax every man—
etc., will, from wliat evidence we
! for me.
’t tell me a railroad j i [The
Except on whisky, cigars and wine,
1 U - I two
n O ill
11 li Hl B ul
H — erald
tt. t.u toil-
con- | .
-- .J advertiMmeut
- -- ; horn imi.li nhln
president isn t good for something!, tafainr
g ; nave been able to ™
»j’.Thcr 4 the r, »->naf
For that's the platform—isn’t it fine?—
D I exhausted, to meet the demand we republish in
Of the new-fangled republican party.
I J suppose the government objects i «>ur regular r ution, and hope
reader. v-jtr, tu a success, as the native
| I will murk
snu _ _ aud
_ ffia evpT
— — a i i .
“Protect” the suffering capitalist,
i... 1 friend
...... j iu the £u«t.)_
plants are hardy and good bearers.
i to the
the geyser --------
you what you
But the wage-earner neyer once ussUt'
pay th’ money for:
I count of the stimulating effects of' Harney Valley in Grant County,
. , , '
Latest Varieties true
“Protect” the wealthy—that’s the plan—
to the name: Healthy,
i the soap. You see if a geyser be- Oregon, embraces an area of 2,400 and ornamental shrubs were
But let the poor do the best they can
Vigorous plants: and Judi
cious packing,or all is lost—Labor
With cheaper wbissy and dearer clothes, | comes addicted to the use of soap, square miles, or 1,536,000 square planted freely by farmers in the
and Time and Monev. Therefore, do
For that* the way the platform goes,
acres of l.tnd, bounded on every spring; the settings of last fall sur Ii Save by bearing iu mind that the great
Of the new-fangled republican party!
I stilk for months, waiting for some side by mountain ranges, and lofty vived the severest winter (1888),
SOAPING THE GEYSERS.
man to come along with a plug of elevations, and is almost an entire- that Harney valley, in fact, East
soap in his clothes. Then it will go ly level plain, plentifully watered Oregon has ever known. As an
A Yellowstone geyser—Are there
off with a grand hurrah and keep by the
no geysers outside of Yellowstone
SILVIES AND BLITZEN RIVERS
| region it will be readily seen that
the racket as the soap lasts. And
Park, all others being impostors?
one of these days some geyser that and their tributaries. The lormer | the Valley offers inducements rare-
—is like an anarchist or actress; it
has been treated too often will have has its source in the spurs of the ]y excelled. And as a
.goes off at the touch of soap. I
Blue mountains, south of the John
SINGLE 8H0T RIFLES, RELOADING TOOLS, ,
dont know why soap should act like ; the delirium tremens, and that will Day river, flows a general southerly country it cannot be surpassed,
dynajnite when applied to a geyser.
£ AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS
course, past ing don n the center of since its water, grass, and salubri-
B ob B urdette .
I know two very plausible theories
Harney valley and empties into 0U8 ciimate ukes horscg) cattle>
> Isthe Largest in the World, having
to account for it. but as I invented
Malheur. It is sheep, and hogs throughout the year in actual cultivation not less than
GU9 and the guide the other, I re-1 “My errand here to-night,” said a rapidly flowing stream, about 80 (from January 1 to December 31),
frain from giving them to the pub- ] a young lawyer to a lady on whom miles long, and contains every kind without grain or any other than
KTE-W H-A-VEN, CONW.
lie until they have been first sub- he had called, “reminds rue of the of fish including the salmon trout, wild grass feeding, and, when the
mitted to the Smithsonian institute, i cry
of an owl.”
and other varieties of game fish, i winter is milder than common, I
SexxA fox eo-pa.gr© niixB-teated. Catalogua*.j
Fcr our knowledge, however, of the
“Indeed,” said the maiden, “and The Dunder-and-Blitzen river, or stock iookg better in earl
MENTION THIS PAPER. —
incompatible affinity between the | wbat
is your errand here tonight?” “Blitzen, ’ R3 it . is . (shortened
geyser and the great dramatic ad “Courtship. To-wit; to woo.”
common usage, is about oO miles they are grain.fed during thc win.
vertising medium, we are indebted
in length flows in a northerly di-|ter. and the texture and Havor of
Last Fourth, on Union avenue rection and also empties into the].. ’
^R/.ND RATES: 1 brand on cut, and
to that ancient nation of inventors,
description, 1 > ear $10. 2 cuts and descrip
the meats compare favorably with
the Chinese. It ¡3 written in the RondouL a benevolent old gentle , lakes.
These rivers and their nu-
tions, 1 year, $18
archives of Yellowstone Park that man, to test a hoodlum’s knowledge merous tributaries have their water the best in the market. The
INCREASE IS POPULATION
u child of the Flowery Kingdom, of history, said to him:
sheds within the county, and the
STANDARD AND BEST.
“ft" ■ h-*r\ my boy, if you tell me lakes having no outlet, serve to fur during the past two year: has been
wearing the usual smile upon his
IS THE LARGEST.
¡T^rinai most desirable-
childlike face, and hiB shirt
ti. m an a«.ricuitur»!.t^gion, viz:
I msn su
, _ ’
. i pper j dep< ndence Day, I will buy you
tl small ifmief whose industry
• ’ ^.-iSTlsh a laundry, two pc kugea of fire crackers.”
MALHEUR I produces the beit of gri.m, stock,
3000 more Word« and nearly 2000 more Illus
lucre was enough h"4 v.u-, . “’Pon yer soul! Dots yer mean rnvr ” «n « VMa j
trations than any other American Dictionary.
of more than 150 j anj iiving. The houses and barns,
ifier" to run a fesidcntial cam- ! it ?” cried the boy, whose
square nnles, an i a 5 coiiiiectca x,_, . are
frame; corrals and
Among the supplementary features; original with
Webster's Unabridged and unequaled for
sparkled at the prospect.
concise and trustworthy information, aro
a^hanne1 about 20 yards wide a»'1 i other enclosures rail, and wire fenc-
He pitched his tent over a ther-
“Yeg, I mean it. If you tell me, 20Q yards long. They receive the ■
- _ .
: ing; abundant water supplies from
jr.al spring, wrote his name in weird i will keep my promise,” rep]LwJ waters
of both Silvits and Blitzen i wells of living water, which is '
The time to gather in missing animals hss Containing nearly 10,000 names of Noteworthy
j come round. Place your brands before the
Persons, with their nationality, station, profes
characters upon a sign board, and the old gentleman.
i public so your interests may be duly protected.
rivers, but have no outlet and never ' reached at a uniform deprii of 6 to
sion or occupation, date of birth and death,
when the raiment of the native and
(if deceased), etc.,
“Well, dr-, yer might as well be overflow. Being situated on a level
’ horse, or sheep), ns you wish it to appear, and
, send us an order for publication, by tilling out
pilgrim camo in, ho chucked the, i ff'V.lii' dor change for de fire-craek- plain, and having low shores, these
A Gazetteer of the World
i the following blanks:
MAIL AND RAILROAD FACILITIES
Of over 25,000 Titles,locating and briefly describ
whole* invoice into the bubVAng! I crs. Its cause de Americans licked lakes have not such picturesque
ing the Countries, Cities, Towns, and Natural
spring; then he thr;*. jn a bar of der Britishers so bad wid pitch scenery as Crater Lake, to recom
Harney valley has a tri-weekly
I*atu res of every part of the Globe, and
Postoflice...................................................................... The Explanatory and Pronouncing Vocabulary
of the names of
soap and oinijcd to see the great forks an’ Gineral Washington, dat mend them to tourists, but their mail-service from the four points of
Animal, whether horse, cattle, or sheep ....
the compass, there being a general
Noted Fictitious Persons
jorgss that upheave mountains and der Britishers had to swim home.” value to farmers is inestimable.
distributing office at Burns. Ship CHERRIES,
*n<l riaces, such as are often referred to in
shake continents and toss the 1 The boy got the fire-crackers.
Right here, howeve1-, permit us
literature and conversation. The latter is uot
found iu uuy *»♦*»•» irLainnary.
ping is done at present at Baker
mighty globe into convulsions most There were two crows sot on a tree—
i Additional Branda.......
to mention a natural attraction pos City, Huntington, and Ontario. All NECTARINES,
WEBSTER IS THESTANDARD
awful, doing plain washing in a Ben H. and likewise Levi 1*.
Authority in the Gov't Printing Office, and with
sessed by lands adjacent to these the family supplies, necessaries and
the U. S. Supreme Court. It is recommended
Said one old crow unto his pu»te:
P. F. STENGER.
by the State Sup'ts of Schools of 36 States, and
luxuries common to Eastern towns,
by leading College Pres'ts of U, 8. and Canada.
But that spring was a sleeping "0, lets hence ubsquatulatc
It is the only Dictionary that has been selected
in making State Purchases for Schools, and
are abundantly furnished by the ARBOR VITÆ,
geyser; the soap awakened the im
all the School Books aro based upon it.
general merchandise stores at rea
prisoned giant; with a roar that Belonging to the Into Jim Blaine.
| H orses branded on
An invaluable companion in every School and
"Our flight if longer wc postpone.
at every Fireside. Specimen pages and testi
FIRS, BALSAM, ..
made the earth tremble, and the We'll have two corpses ol our own.”
i Either Right or
monials sent prepaid on application.
distant objects, towns, farms,moun
Published by G. A C. MERRIAM &. CO.,
shriek of a steam whistle, a cloud
BURNS AND HARNEY
Springfield, Mass., U. S. A.
“Is that all you can give me, tain peaks, and bands of cattle and
of steam and a column of boiling
are the two principal towns of Har
water shot up into thc air a hun ma’am?” pleaded the tramp. “Just
Rango—Grant county, Oregon.
pictured on the atmosphere and ney viflley, where, as will be seen
dred feet, oatrying soap, raiment, a dipperful of water?”
1’. O.—Burns, Grant county. Oregon
tent and Chinaman along with the
all lines of business are about equal
RILEY A HARDIN
rush, and dropping then, at various the woman with the big heart, “you magic; and these white representa- to the present demand—teachers, '
AddreiB ISAAC FOSTER.
intervals along the way.
of a family living several miles lawyers, doctors, printers, druggists,
“Hoop-ee-la!” cried John when he ; you like.”
away from home, can distinguish merchants, carpenters, surveyors,
came down. “Way down Joss no
, II okber branded on
Minister, tp a boy fishing: What the persons of the family as they blacksmiths, butchers, saddlers,
BERRIES,QUINCES,. . .
likee washeo for China boy. Too
' Left Stifle: Horizontal
' will your father say, little boy, walk about the yard: :ts brother grocers, builders, jewelers, etc.
much"« bobberee make«.”
when he discovers that you have from father, or mother from sister. Each of these two towns is the cen
And since that day men have
been fishing on Sunday?
THE SOIL AND CLIMATE
known that the way to arouse a
Boy: I dunno, sir; it depends on
tiguous, and each has its local ORNAMENTAL CYPRESS
slumbering geyser is to give the
of Harney valley are an exact
C attle branded on
how many fish I ketch.”
value, that will serve in the future
monster soap. Under the rules forj
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER
counterpart of that of Umatilla
Left Bide: V. Un
to render a healthy degree of com
the government of the National
“Mama,” said the sweet small county, Oregon, the best wheat
petition betwoen them.
derbit in Right ear,
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT,
Park it is forbidden to feed the boy, before admiring friends, “I growing county in the state. Very
close up. Loft ear:
geysers. Boap is especially frowned knew as soon as I came in there ' little has been done toward wheat
TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS,
upon by the military administra was folks visitin’ here.”
raising here, as yet, but those have
Range: Grant, Crook, and Lake counties.
tion which now reigns, and reigns I “Did you, darling?” said the fond been successful that tried it. Wheat tages oflered the people by Harney RED-BUD, SHADE TREES AC ' P. O.—Riley, Grant ceunty, Oregon. ‘27-v
well and most wisely, too, probably mother, trying to wilt him with her finds a ready home market at 5 valley will be realized in less than
twelve months by the establish JUNIPERS, RHODODENDRONS.
ALMEDA A. STENGER.
because United States soldiers, not eye. “How did you know?”
, cents a pound—13.00 per bushel.
being politicians, have not the ex “Oh, you had your company Oats and barley grow equally well, ment of a
’ C attle branded
NEW LAND OFFICE
alted reverence for the exciting pow voice on.”
and bring 3 to 4} cents per pound
ANSWER TO INQUIRIES, |1.00
•on Left side; circle-
in Harney vally, where there are
ers of soap which dwells in thc
sztobt om Eirraizs, contests , tc-.uoo
I 9. A Split in each
Teacher: Thc object of thiB lesson ' Alfalfa and red clover grow luxu- lands of the public domain as fine
Procuring Land Patents. Filing Arguments,
hearts of tho dealers of a civil ad is to inculcate obedience. Do you 11 riantly; Timothy and red-top, also.
and Conducting Contests, on Moderate
as those already taken up by the EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIND. ear
Send for circular to
ministration- The affairs of the i know what-‘obey’ means?'’
thrive finely. Pasturage is excel
National l'aik have never hern so
Pupil: Yes. ma’am; I obey my
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
thousands of families with home.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
well administered, so partially, , father?
I is vut for hay that sells at $12 to
P, o.—Burna. Grant county. Oregon.
Every Settler should have Copp’s Settler’s GsM
1M p»H 1 Brie« «Bly « NBU (PWU«B BtBrn»«!.
justly, and so much to the satisfac Teacher: Yes, that’s right. Now $18 per ton in the winter. All ce Also, a county-seat for
tion of tourists and residents, as tell me why you obey your father? real crops thrive
which will bring the administration
they nre under the wise administra.
Send for a Catalogue, and make
Pupil; ’Cause lr’s bigger’n me!
i of affairs pertaining to this great
Con of Capt. Muaes Harris and Co.
your selections in time for the fall H orses branded on the
In winter thc weather is cold but
Jepson: I notice you always speak
valley within easy access of every delivery, if you want to plant none
M., let U. 8. cavalry.
pleasant, the usual effects of alti
I,eft Shoulder: Quarter-
but the Best, and that is always the Cirele-I
A few days ago, while we were well of me to my fuco, vobson, and tude being checked by the gentle citizen of this section. And the
loitering in the Park with a lot of
chinook, or west wind. The snow
other plebians, tho air was thrilled that you do otherwise behind my fall is sufficient to preserve wheat now in course of construction will
with nows of the arrival of a party back. I think it does not harm a and supply moisture that is not pass directly through Harney val
I Ranga—Emigrant Creek, Grant co., Oregon.
P. O. address Burna, Or.
9f great men. They came in a pri
■ furnished by rains. In summer
vate car, and carried two umbrellas
I there is a pleasant breeze constant desirable?
JNO. S. DEVINE.
Under these conditions it is not
apiece, and it was rumored in the I am not perfect, and I would be ly blowing, which t^nds to keep
[Order for Cuts has been Made and will be in
serted upon receipt of same ]
Park that they had pie three times
agreeable weather, no matter how necessary to "say that the first to
procure homes will be the first to
a day. They wero Vice-President
“S-Wrench" on Left Hip. Eer merke: Cloee
Jobson: Tell yon of your faults.’ hot the sun’s rays, and the nights reap the harvest of the forehanded,
Oakes and Division Su|>erintend3nt
crop otr the Right ear: UOder elope in the Left will blacken, soften and keep
from Rottlnaz, your Harnees and
Law, of the Northern Pacific, and
Buggy Tops. Goes farther and
sirable—in fact, one can sleep un- for the fact is self-evident. The in- $1.000 worth was Shipped
less work to apply than any oth
"S-wre»ch" on the Left thigh.
General Manager Waters of Yellow me what your honest private opin : der cover comfortably the year vition to come among us and settle :
er Dressing. CUARARTEED t©
do all that Te claimed for It when
is particularly extended to the in- !
Range Grant andMelhetirconnUea
stone Park Aesociation. Their title ion of me is. That’s whsfl want. | round.
used as directed. • Bev. are of Im
P O. addreee: Bum.. Giant ca., Oregon
Jobson: Jepson, you are six feet
itations and see that our trad©
dustrious of all classes of farmers
initials came in on a flat car.
mark la ©n the can. Ask four
There is no timber in the valley, and stock raisers.
Tho great men walked up to tho
£ K ft A I »Ill W rive ITnndrrd Dollere for Harness maker for It, and IT he
VW VW the «mt and coBriclIouof enr ner- has not got It send us your name
Beehive geyser, which had been
a-.n or germ.re. killing or .cello a any of thy and wo wlI ehlpyou a samplocan
being a light growth of birch, and
stock of the above brand or belonging thereto.
FREE, you to pay Expreesag©.
sulky for more than a week. Thc private opinion of you? No, «¡reel an unusually large, heavy growth
The attention of the citizens of
CANTON PAINT & OIL CO
time of the great men was too val
But • the adjacent
uable to waste in waiting upon a
Book agent' Madam, will your mountains arc heavily timbered statesments in the above article,
VAMPIRC k * *CK
A XT. onc l>«vineT<>«t any of the following de
with fir. pine, juniper, mountain- and if any one has cause to believe
common geysez. They soaped the dog bite?
WATE^ROOF BOOT MO U •RESSHN.
Btork r*n learn of their whervohtnita
; Call at this Office and order, or 4*.rnbed
by calling at thia olllce and pal ing for thia ad-
Absolutely proof aga »st on«
Beehive! It went off, grandly. So
v«rt Item ent.
• wntor, ana will keep ♦ e loath
Madam: Wall, I reckon ho will! cated in the pineries, and the lum there is exaggeration, or that we address the following-named
1 BLACK MARE with he’.I oq ; brand on left
soft and pliable. Pn yrtCof
¿id the groat men, ignobly. A pri
•honi ler "Three-M Ira-of a-8quare." or a> a-irf Doctor's bills. Ai a your Bo
Agant: Would you have the good ber, which is of the best quality, are in error on any point made, he
! Square «.pen on left Okie.
»nd Shoe doaler for It.
vate soldier of the >[ company ar ness to speak to him?
sells much cheaper than in the will confer a favor on editor and
1 HAY HoRR&wtth collar and «addle mark«
GEO. W. CRANE,
A brand . n .eft «noulder and left riii
CANTON PAINT & OIL CO^
rested them and marclicd fir m be-
readers by correcting at once.
hat ” elan
Madam* Certainly: sic ’im, Tige!, East
IH One Yt
•Six M ot
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i our Fret
I latter at
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