East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, November 01, 1888, Image 3

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    LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
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pihAL
moor.
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Lake view, Oregon, Hept. 13, 188». i
ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
amed settler has filed notice of his iutvu-
to make final proof in support of his claim,
that said proof will tw made before the
ter or Receiver, at Lakeview, Oregon,
^November 16th, 1888, vis:
Juan Chaves.
E. No. 456, for the W»4 of SW qr Bee 25. NE qr
BE qr A BE qr of of n E qr. Sec 26, Tp 39
29 E. He names the following witnesses to
e his continuous residence upon, and culli
u of, said laud, viz: Ilario Pastor, Priiu
o, K, A. Turner, aud W. H. Gass, all of
P. O. Grant couuty, Oregon.
Sept27-44
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
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fOiAL PROOF.
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J.axeview, Or., September 11, 1888.1
»OTK E IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accord­
ance with Hon. Commissioner's Letter “G” of
M. 23, 188», the following-named settler has
filed notice of his intention to make final proof
in aupptirt of his claim, and that said proof will
ha made before the Register or Receiver at Lake-
Fiew, Oregon, on November 17th, 188» viz:
Ilario Pastor.
C^ E. No. 406. for the WU of NW qr, A W‘f of
8W qr. Sec 32, Tp 31, S, R 3J 2 E. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous res
idimre upon, and cultivation of, aaid land, viz:
J. M. Fitzgerald, F. J. Chaves, Prim Ortago and
fitafirge Bollenbaugh, all of Burns P. O., Grant
r.>Ohnty, Oregon.
Seat 27-44
A. F. 8NELUNG, Register:
piNAL PROOF. •
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Lakeview, Oregon, October 2 1888. f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
ing-uamed settler has filed notice of his inten-
' tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
i and that said proof will be made before the
I Register or Receive at l^kevlew, Oregon, ou
j on November 26th, 1x88, vis:
D. M. Logas,
; D. 8. No. 3230, for the 8E qr of Sec 10, Tp 37 8.
R 36 E. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and
' cultivation of said luud. viz: David McCrum,
; John Putter, Edward Noble, aud Alexander
j Tolvin, all of Grant county, Oregon, P. O. Fort
McDermit, Nevada.
And it appearing that Charles McDonald
claims avid tract under D. 8, Nb. 22JW. he is
hereby specially cited tu appear at suid time
and place and submit any objections he may
have to the approval of the proof of D. M. Lo­
gan.
Oct 18-47
A. F. SNELLING. Rcgiater
p-ISAL proof .
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Lakeview, Oregon, October 4, 1888. J
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow­
ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final proof in support of nis claim
and that suid proof will be made befoi-e the
Register or Re< civer at Lakeview, Oregon, on
November 28th. 1x8». viz:
B. H. Brown,
D. 8. No. 2127. for the
of BE qr, of Bee 23,
NE qr of NE qr or bee 26. NW qr of NW qr of
Sec 2o, Tp 30 s, R33E. He names the follow­
ing witnesses to prove his continuous rest
dence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz:
H. C. Lambert. William Phelps, John Craven,
and Johu McCoy, , all of Diamond P. O., Grant
co, Oregon.
Oct 18-47
A. F. SNELL1NQ« Register
daunted; “I uni boarding at the----- hotel,
and I do not want to return to the West un­
til I know the fate of my story.”
The editor advised her not to remain in
the city, as he believed she was simply
wasting her time and money. He ottered to
take charge of the manuscript foj* her, and,
if it proved “not available,” to try to place
it elsewhere, but she was determined to re­
main, for she had faith in her story. See­
ing her determination, he thought to save
her the expense of a board bill by asking
the reader of the house to send in an opin­
ion as soon as possible.
The opinion came within a few days, and
was a very fauomble one. Then the editor
reud the manuscript, and decided not only
to publish it, but to publish it soon, and
more than that, to publish it with illustra­
tions. It may be imagined the story was a
particularly good one to win such instant
recognition; but it is more than that, I am
tole, ('”■ it is conspicuous for its finish, and
the f/ilent deieiuination of the author to
do hr very best to construct a beautiful
work—a determination not always appar­
ent in the work of some of our modern nov­
elists.
THE
HERALD.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 188«.
IMBER CULTURE NOTICE.
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Lakeview, Oregou, Sept. 10, 1888. |
k
COMPLAINT having been entered at this of-
• ice by James H. Wadman against the Heirs
•f J. M. Bright for failure to comply with the
Law aa to Timber Culture Entry No, 5*4 dated
Oct, 4th, 1886, upon SW qr of BE qr A 8KHof
’-But se, Tp 2» », K «2 E, in Grant county, Oregon,
with a view to cancellation of said entry; con­
testant alleging that J. M. Bright did not plow
or break 2U acres, or any number of acres of
said tract during the first year after he made
said entry, and that to the present time no
plowing, breaking, or cultivation whatever, has
Deen done upon said tract by the said entry man
or any other person, the said parties are here­
by luininoued to appear at this office on the 15th
day of November, 188«, at 10 o’clock, a m, to re­
spond and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged failure.
hept. 27-44
W. M. TOWNSEND. Receiver.
JTINAL PROOF.
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Lake»lew, Oregon. Oct. 6. 1888.)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fpllow-
lng-uained settler has filed notice of his lnten-
tivn to make final proof in aupport of his claim,
and that suid proof will be made before the
the Register or Receiver, at Lakeview. Oregon-
on December 5th. 1888, viz:
John W. Ammons,
D. 8. No. 2741, for the E‘* of 8E>i, & 8E«i of NE
U of See 7, and NE qr of NE qr Sec 18, Tp 26 S,
R 24 E. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and cul­
tivation of, said land, viz: George H. Brown.
Robert Brown, Almon Randall, and W. D. Ar­
nett, all of Riley, Grant county. Oregon.
Oct 25-48
A. F. SNELLING. Register.
piNAL PROOF.
—The Oregon Register quotes
T he H erald ’ s “challenge’’ (see 4th
page) in full, under the caption
“Heavy.” We have the big vege­
tables, all the tuuae.
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BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
BRAND RATES: 1 brand on cut, and
description, 1 'ear 110. 2 cuts and descrip­
tions, 1 year,
’
THE TOWN OF BURN8
GRANT CO. OREGON.
AS IT 19 VOICED BY THE HERAUÀ.
—Two of J. H. Britt’s Road com­
pany surveying party, Messrs. Zie-'
l>er and Wm. Slater, jolly young
fellows from Prineville, have been
spending a few days in Burns. They
left on Thursday last.
BUSINESS MEN ABROAD BY LOOKING OVER ITS COLUMNS WILL SEE THAT
Burns contains
1 new «paper; 1 hotel: 1 brewery; 1 undertaker; 1 meat market: 2 lawyers; 3 physiclsftg
1 surveyor; ¡land agent; 1 drugstore; 1 Jeweler; 1 blacksmith; 1 livery stable: 2 generat mer­
chandise stores; 1 hardware store; 1 saw-mill; 1 carpenter; 1 saddle A harness shop; 1 gro­
cery store. Also, 1 Odd Fellows lodge; 1 reading room: 1 school; 1 church.
M^^Mail soupy of Tan H bbald td Advertise your town, in tbe Esst.^n
—We learn from a letter from J.
T. Grace, mailed at Prineville, that
he and his family are on their way
from Lake county to winter in Wil­
lamette valley.
>i-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H.
Bunyard, Oct. 18, 1888, a 7-lb. son.
Animal, whether horte, cattle, or sheep
—W. E. Dalton, J. II. Embree
and Chas. McDonald left Mon­
mouth on the 15th and arrived in
Burns the 24th ult.
Ratgo
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Fair
Figures
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Additional Brands
—Old newspapers 50c a hundred
at this office.
—Chas. Ziegler of Poison creek
arrived this week from Union coun­
ty, after a three weeks’ visit to rel­
HARNEY VALLEY ITEMS.
atives and old friends in that sec­
While absent he enjoyed
Attention is called to this week’s tion.
Washington letter.
hearing a political address by W.
R. Bilyeu, which for eloquence and
T he H erald forwarded Demo­ logical reasoning he deems unri­
cratic election tickets to Catlow and valed.
Alvord precincts the evening of
—J. Nat Hudson, turns’ popu­
their arrival, 22d ult.
lar attorney-at-law, ..ill start to­
Local News.
STOCK BRANDS.
P. F. STENGER,
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BURNS, OR.
P. F. STENGER.
Honeas branded on
Kither Right or
etile : OB.
STOCK
VERY COMPLETE;
COMPRISING
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
P. O.—Burna, Grant eounty, Oregon.
RILEY A HARDIN.
A4dr«M ISAAC FOSTER.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS.—STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES.—BOOTS AND
SHOES—HARD­
WARE.—CROCKERY &
morrow for Canyon City, where he
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GLASSWARE.
Lakeview.Oregon, October 10, 1888.}
H obbes branded on
QONTEST NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that the fol­ ^Refreshing and dust-laying rain is retained in the following cases:
lowing-named settler has filed notice of his in­
U nited S tates L an o O ffice . | tention to make final proof in support of his | on the night of the 29th ult.
Singleterry, Hayes >t Brooks vs. Left 8tifie: Horizontal
Lakeview, Oregon, Sept. 19, 1888.1 claim, and that said proof will be inadq before
Chas. Riley et al.; same vs. C. F. Double- H
COMPLAINT having been entered through J. T. Mael, County Clerk of Grant co., Oregon,
—
Charles
McDonald
and
family
thia office by A. J. Alphili against William at Canyon City, Oregon November30th, 1888, viz: {
Frank Smith,
Bradford with a view to the cancellation of the
from Dallas came in on the 24th McKinney et al.; McGrath vs. Phil­
latter'a Desert Land Entry No. C2. made Novem­ D. 8. No. 2243, for the NE ur of 8ec 20, Tp 27 8.
------ALL Al------
lips; State ex rel. vs. J. C. Parker;
ber 22. 1883, forThe
of Sec 33, Tp 19 8, R 34 E R 31 E. He names the following witnesses to ult., to find a location for a home.
and alleging •’that no ¡»art of said tract of laud prove his continuous residence upon, and culti­
Jenkins vs. Walters; AmiB vs. A-
has iu any manner been irrigated or reclaimed, vation of, said land, viz: William Klepper, W.
C attlm branded on
—Ladies, come in and read the
nor have any steps whatever been taxen by the G. Dunn, W. M. Dunn, and James Sweeney, all
mis; Hahn & Fried vs. B. R. Wit-
said claimant to reclaim or Irrigate aaid land.” all of Blitzen, Grant co., Oregon.
Left Hide. V. Un-
magazines.
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
And the said complaint having been deemed Oct 25-4»
zel et. al., and other cases.
sufficient to warrant the investigation of »aid
dsr-bit in Right ear,
entry, therefore, The said parties are hereby
—See in this issue notice of final
----- for ------
NEW TO-DAY.
summoned to appear before J. T. Masi, County
—
Coal
Oil
at
W.
E.
Grace
’
s
drug
close
up. Left ear:
Clerx of Grant county, Oregon, at his office in
proof of Erwin Jewett and Jacob
Canyon City, Or., on the 10th day of November,
store.
-
Smooth crop.
1888, at 10 o’clocx, a in, to respond and furnish piNAL PROOF.
Henry Meadows; also, timber-cul­
testimony concerning said allegations. Case
Range: Grant, Crook, and Lake counties.
—
W.
W.
Johnson
has
furnished
will be considered by Register and Receiver on
ture
notice
of
Wm.
Hays
and
Hi
­
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P. O.—Riley, Grant county, Oregon. 27-y
November 20th, 1888.
Lakeview, Oregon, October 13, 1888,1 ram L. Wright.
us the names of jurors sell c’.ed from
Sept 27-44
A. F. 8NELLING, Register.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow­
ing-named settler hns filed notice of hia inten­
A. Venator is, we learn from our this side of the mountain: Robert
a LMEDA a . STENGER.
tion to make proof in support of bia claim,
qpiMBER CULTURE NOTICE.
and that aaid proof will be made before the
Baker and Fred Oakerman of Sil­
Couuty Judge of Grant County, Oregon, or in young friend Frank Stauffer, down
ver creek; Harvey Dixon and C. M.
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Lakeview, Or.. Sept. 18, 1888. | Oregon, atCauyou City, Or., on Dec. 15, 1888, viz: with typhoid fever.
Caldwell of Burns; John Bowen— CxTTLg branded
Erwin Jewett,
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at
thia office by John H. Hiexinan against Peter H. K. No. 478, for the Lota 2 & 3, and E^ of NW
—John B. Alden, 393 Pearl str., for the latter Dep. Sheriff Johnson ob Loft sida; airela-
Van Midlesw'orth for failure to comply with law qr of Sec 19, Tp 19 8, R 32 E. He names the
as to Timber-Culture Entry No. 157, dated July following witnesses to prove his continuous New York, issues one of the bright­ went on Monday, in company with
S. A Split la aaeh
», IM», upon the WU of NW qr, ± NW qr of sW residence upon and cultivation of said land,
qr, of Sec 30, Tp 19 8, It 34, E, in Grant couuty, viz: John J. Wash, Canyon City Grant co., Or., est little weekly magazines we ever T he H erald man, but the said
Oregon, with a view to cancellation of said en­ John Caddock, Ed. Bir.'kley, and Frank MeBean,
try; contestant alleging that claimant has whol­ all of Blanton, Grant county, Oregon.
read; the best way to learn your­ John did not materialize; neverthe­
ly failed toplow orbrenx, or cause to be plowed Nov. 1-49
W. E. GRACE, P hgprietok ,
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BURNS, OREGON
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
or broKen, five acres or any number of acres the
self of its worth is to subscribe $1 less, the summons was left with his Kang«—Graut county, Oregon.
second year after said filing was made; that du­
P,
O.
—
Burna,
Graut
county,
Oregon.
ring the years of 1886, 1887, 18x8. he lias failed p-lNAL PROOF.
for a year.
wife. The Sheriff was of opinion
to cultivate, to crop, or otherwise, or plant any
trees, seed, or cuttings, on any part of said
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that Uncle Bowen was up in the
—
For
all
kinds
of
Stationery
go
tract, and that at the present time he fails to
Lakeview, Oregon, October 17, 1888. |
have any trees growing, or any seeds or cuttings
JNO. 8. DEVINE.
loft. “Kicked by a 1
won’t
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow­ to W. E. Grace’s drug store.
planted on said tract, and that no seed, trees, or
cuttiugshave ever been planted on suid tract, ing named aettler has filed notice of his inten­
do
this
time,
Uncle
John.
the said parties are hereby suminonedto appear tion to make final proof in support of hia claim,
The handsome yellow peach
at the office of the County Clerx of Grant coun­ and that said provf will be made before J. T.
ty, Oregon, at Canyon City, Or., on the 10th day Mael, County Clerx of Grant county, Oregon . now on exhibition at this office was
—Notice of finding of a stray
of November, 1888, at 10 o’clock, a m, to re­ at Canyon ffi^y.Or., on December 24th, 1888, vizi |
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PROPRIE­
spond and furnish testimony concerning said
raised by the indefatigable Mrs. horse, on 4th page, and help find
Jacob Henry Meadows,
alleged failure. And ft appearing thut personal D. 8. No. 2734, for the SEW of Sec 10. Tp 24 8, R i
owner.
TARY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDI­
service cannot be had ou claimant it is hereby
It is worth seeing
E. He namen the following witnesses to I Thos. Haskell.
ordered that this notice be published in T he 31
his continuous residence upon and culti­ and smelling.
E ast O regon H erald for a period of Thirty prove
CINES, FLAVORING EX­
—Last Friday night B. It. Porter
vation of said land, viz: J. W. Buchanan, Robt.
Days.
W. M. TOWNSEND, Receiver.
Terrell, J. T. Barnet, and C. H. Gillium, all of ■
Sept 27-44
* A. F. SNELLING, Register.
—Our energetic Harney valley on the Island gave the young people
Burns, Oregon.
TRACTS, DIAMOND
i And it appearing from the records of this of- farmer, Sam. King, says he planted a social dance that was well at­
1 flee that v. C. Kilburn claim s the above tract i
tended.
DYES AND FINE TOILET SOAPS.
gALE t’XDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE.
’ adversely under D. 8. No. 2536, he is hereby cit- 1
i ed to be present at said time aud place, and ' six eyes of the Centennial potato,
The foregoing item appeared in
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a | subtait any reasons lie may have whv the final in the Harney foothills, and got 38
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Chattel Mortgage executed by Miles Riley to i proof of the said Jacub Henry Meadows should
last issue, and wrb given us by Will
Christy and Wise, dated the 7th day of Septem- | not be allowed.
HAIR
AND
TOOTH
BRUSHES, COMBS, 8H0UL
lbs.
from
them;irrigated
only
a
lit
­
ber, 1887, and filed in the office of the County —
—
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Nov. - 1-49
A.
SNELLING, Realiter.
Meadows who was one .of the guests
Clerk of Grant County, State of Oregon, on the ________
tle
when
dry
and
after
they
were
14th day of September, 1887. and upon which
DER BRACES. FANCY
Mr. Porter requests to. say that he
default has been made we will expose for sale
half grown.
at public auction on the kbih day of October, 'piMBER CULTURE.
ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, BOOKS AND
was
not
at
home
at
the
time
nor
1888, at 2 o’clock in tbe af'ernoon of said day, at
—Boom your country by voting was the party given by his family.
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the sheep corrals of Charles Riley on Rattle­
STATIONERY.
Rango. Grant and Malheur counties.
Lakeview, Oregon, October 1«, 1888. |
snake creek about one-half mile northerly
from Harney City, Grant county, Oregon. The
COMPLAINT having been entered at this of- for Cleveland and Thurman.
It was given by some new-comers P. O. addresa: Burns, Grant co., Oregon.
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property mortgaged consisting of Fifteen ■ flee by William Haya against T. S. Raker for
Hundred head, more or less, of sheep, ear­ i failure to comply with law as toTimber-Culiure
The first «now of the season to whom his wife bad rented a
marked as follows: Ewes,under slope; wethers l Entry No. 561, dated Auguat lHh, 188»;, upon the
A A I win pay Five Hundred Dollar« for
crop off left aud under slope in right.
VW V V the arrest and conviction of any per­
W»^ of NW qr, and W*^ of HW qr, Bee A, Tp z7
) P hysicians ’ P re -/
house.
P ure B handies , )
Terms of sale cash iu hand, and said sale be­ 8. R 31 E, in Grant county, Oregon, with a view fell here the night of the 25th ult.
son or nersuns, killing or stealing any of th«
ing to make the principal, interest, and attor- to cancellation of said entry; contestant alleg-
stock of the above brand or belonging thereto.
J 8CRIFTION8 CARE-Í
W
ines
a
L
iquors Í
neya' fees due on said mortgage amounting to I ing that said entr\ man did not plow, break, or
—The best bit Cigar at W. E.
—Advertise in T iie H erald if
; fully compound -'
$501.75, and coats and expenses of keeping and : cultivate, or cause to be plowed, broken, or cul-
for Medicinal pur­ '
Grace
’
s
drug
store.
side. Dated thia 11th day of Ociot^r, 1X8».
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! tivated, any number of acres of said tra< t dur you want to sell anything.
) ed , by Experienc-f
poses, constantly I
P arrish A C ozad , and M. L. C liffor :>, At­ ing the second year after he made said entry;
THOS. J. KEETON.
torneys fur Mortgagee.
Out 13-4<-3
i
J ed Pharmacist.
(
that there never has been plowed, dr broken
—Boom your town by inducing
on hand.
—John H. Embree, from Polk
upon said tract tu exteed 5 a< rea, and that no
(Order for Cut has been made and will be
part of aaid tract has ever been cultivated; that county, says the Knights of Labor good citizens to locate therein.
be inserted upon receipt of same.]
claimant’s failure to comply with the require­
piNAL PROOF.
ments of the Timber-Culture law exists at the organization in that section will
H obses , branded on the right shoulder '
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—P. 3. Early the prince of skill­ with
time, - at
the
said parties
arc 1< herebv
sum-
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- thig
a ‘Horizontal B, Crossed by a Vertical
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e on ______________
the
(i.
,.f
Lakeview, Oregon, October 8, 1888. | moned
to appeal
vote
solid
for
Cleveland
because
of
ful blacksmiths having laid aside 8. ”
at 10
10 «
o ’ ’ <*•«*.•
clock, a m
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J
GLASS, PUTTY,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the M-'
'<•, teetond
Range: Grant county.
lowing named aettler hu tiled nolle. ot bl. In ' ?.n,t,,"rnl*h ’«‘'“"“I «.neernlt g .aid alleged Harrison’s Chinese record.
all frivolity has gone into the fall P. O. address: Iirewsey, Grant co., Or.
tention to make final proof in support of his 1 ’ Nov
•‘lure
-
KALSOMINE,
PAINTS, PAINT BRUSHES,
1-49
A. F. SNELLING, Register.
claim, and that said proof will be made before
j —W. R. Buchanan added a 3^-lb. work of his shop with a vim that
County Judge, or iu bis absence, before the
VARNISHES, COAL OIL.
County Clerx of Grant county, Oregon, at
TIMBER culture .
carrot to the exhibit. Very fine will do up all the repairing neces-
Canyon City, Or., on November 30th, 188». viz:
RAZORS and ALL KINDS or POCKET CUTLERY
James F. Morrison,
sarv
to
put
your
implements,
wa
­
From
the
top
of
Fare
Hon
abont
August
11.
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Ono Bay Horae braud TW on Loft Shoulder;
H. D. Ns. 1046. fur thè NE qr of SW qr A Lots
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I akeview, Oregon, October 18, 1»»8.|
on
gons, and horses in good shape to and Ono Bay Horae vjfa branded
S 4 4, Sec 7, 4 I a X 1 of Mec IS, Tp 20, 8, R 34 E.
Right Shoulder, and ■ or m over a doorkey
COMPLAINT having been entered at thia of­
—The dust liad reached pretty
He names the following witnesses tv prove
AGENT FOR D r . HORNE’S ELEC­
en Loft Htifle. A Reward of
will bo paid
go through the winter.
-
his continuous residence upon, and culti­ fice by Hiram L. Wright against Walter R.
for the delivery of theoe horses at Byrd’s Rad
vation of said land, vis: W. C Keeton, Joe Wood foi failure to comply with law as to near knee deep up to Monday.
Fro at Stable
fitutevant, I. M. Davis, and O. J. Darst, all*of Timber-Culture Entry No. 472, dated February
TRIC BELTS A TRUSSES.
—
Yearly
advertisers
of
stock
8th, 1886, upon the South East Quarter of Bee 20,
Drewsey, Grant comity Oregon.
—Paints and Oils of the best
Tp 27 8, R 31 E, in Grant county, Oregon, with a
Oct 18-47
A. P. SNELLING, Register
brands
in
T
he
H
erald
get
inser
­
FINE
ASSORTMENT OF THE
view to the cancellation of said entry; contest­
STOCKMEN! TAKE NOTICE! j
ant alleging that entryroan did not plow, break, quality always on hand at W. E.
tions of stolen and strays free. -
or cultivate any number of acres of said tract '
Jm« ninro
BEST
SPECTACLES
AND EYE-GLASSE8,
Dark Bay Horse about 9 years old, branded 1
JTINAL PROOF.
during the second year after he made said entry
8 UTUg Store,
with "AD,” or inverted
A on leftsboul- |
nor cause the same to be done; that not to ez-
—
Boom
your
county
by
reducing
BEST
QUALITY
OF
TOBACCO
AND CIGARS.
der; has saddle and collar U<w marks. The
U nited F tatxs L and O ffice , t ceed 4 acre« were ever plowed thereon; and the i —Charley
Byrd Called On THE
whoreatMJUts of the above w?l bo given (he |
Lakeview, Orsgsn, October 2,1«M. I the same were never cultivated; that the j
j
j
its
unwieldy
size.
owner by applying at this office and paying
gW-FRESH NUTS and CHOICE CANDIES.^g
umpiy with
witn i»w
failure tu
to t comply
law exists at me
the present i . HERALD Monday morning, looking
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- , laizom
aaid parties
narties ara
are hereby
herebv summoned
■umnioned to
J
mo
i«g Baaaad settler has filed notice of hia inten­ time, tbe said
/—Troop “M,” U. 8. Cavalry, 60 cost of this advertlaement.
tion to make final proof In support of his claim, I appear at thia office ou the 14th day of Decem- I little better than the tihadow of hia
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nd that aaid proof will be made before the ' ber, 188», at 10 a m, to respond and furnish tee- !
I
men, in charge of that gallant offi­
Register or Receiver st Lakeview, Oregon, I tlmony concerning said alleged failure.
'
usual
bright
self.
But
his
health
PRICES
AS
REAaoNAHLE
AS THORP. OFFERED BY ANY
ob November 27th. 1W, vis:
Nov. 1-49
A. F. SNELLING, Register
I
is restored, and we are glad to wel­ cer, Lieut. II. II. Sargent, from Fort
OTHER LINE OF BUSINEM IN THIS SECTION.
D st M MeCram,
I
A. C. WORTHINGTON.
H. E. No. 914, for the 8E qr. of See 11. Tp 34 8. R.
come him back to his old busy place Bidwell, arrived in Burna Sunday,
I
“Cyutsiders” In the Magaslnes.
»4 E. Me names the following witnesses to
Burn). Oregon,
prove hia continuous residence upon, and culti­
’
being
only
eight
days
on
the
road;
The following from The Txiunger in the ' in OUr midst.
vation of, said lan«l, viz: D. M. Ixvgan, John
Potter, Alexander Tolvin, and Edward Noble, Critic of June 23<i last, refers to Mrs Cath- j
-Little Charles Lowe, son of i the men were well mounted, showed
Am now better able than ever to meet the demanda of ths country in
all of Grant eo, Or.. P, O. Ft McDermit. Nev a da. erwood, and the story is “The Romance of !
Oct 19-47
A. F. SNELLING. Resister.
,
William
and
the
late
Luvina
Lowe,
:
K
00
^
soldierly
discipline,
and
were
niy
line, and am truly thankful for the liberal patronage I have received
Dollard," which is to begin in the Novem-1 William ana tne iaie uuvina ixiwe, i • -
’•
a... in Bum«
__ cemetery
__ last followed
in the past, and I well know that the only proper way to merit the con­
ber Century, the favorite magazine on our wa8 laid
Allowed bv
by a a well
well iDDointed
appointed and
and
TTu>e« barieg work In my line will flag Hie
fHMAL rRoor.
RTn*Drklhep*^T”rI. . .
.M Monday, 29th ult., by the aide of 8uftrde<i ,rain- Tbe ,*nU were their advantage to give me a call Will contract tinued patronage and good will of the entire public is by fair and impar­
to
fnraish all buildings complete, laduding
U nited S tate « L and O ffice .!
I often hear people
U H In,possible
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pitched in the Stenger field and a Painting,
and Papering. Terms: As reasonable tial dealings with all classes.
Lakeview. Oregon, October 1, 1 mmm .< for an outsider to get a manu.xcript accepted m8 mother. C harlie was a bright
say responsible contractor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow by the leading m.guines. Haring been boy of It veara, and died at the PleM*nt evening had. They are as Ofites:
1st
Deor Beuth of ■ sn alb Building, if
Jng-nanird settler hes filed notice of his in ten
Won to make final proof In support of his claim
.1" ‘heir .°'n
residence of Dr. Jno. G. Walsh on on th«*r ’»X W,lla
ta*e.
Mad that said proof will 1« made before th-
—
.
th« r»lann nf trnnn “G ’ that latelv ;
►oontr Clerk of (¡rant co.. Or., at Caoron give out that the magazine« are edited in the
interest of dhjnes/and u«t anyone who j Sunday night from the effects of the :the P'«« of tro"P
’ ?h
y !
Blovomber 24th lam, vis
[
James Rrandoa,
-
prevalent fever.
fever
paseed through here. The paaaage
is not of these
clique?» has no chance to selj late
late prevalent
W.- No. 933. for the BWdf NE?-4. Lots 1 and % , hi« literary ware«. Of courec this is rub. ’
B urns , O r .
! of these two troops was a break in P. 8. EARLY
g
1. Tp. » 8, R. tek He name« the foi-
gwing witneeoce to prove hie ron'innoue rcsl- . bish. It h the regular twaddle of th** out" ' ^-We are informed that Lux 4 Mil- the monotony of military move-
—
GENERAL
REPAIRING
—
'»no« aad cuHlration of said land, viz : against the ins; but I never knew ite gbe
(ler propoM to bring suit against the , menU ¡n
nowadayg.
*on Morrell, all of Buena Great county. Or.
I surdity more flatly proved than by a recent
ABB
, railroad company for leaving open '
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A. F. 8N FLUNG. Register.
incident.
B»«ri a«..!
A lady from the West visited the office of 1 their well, thereby occasioning a [
tNAL PROOF.
The Century a few days ago, with a manu­ ’ serious loss to the former’s busi- ’
Paul Locher, the Burns Brewer,
script novel in one hand and a letter of in­ nets.
About two weeks ago, Frank :is making a fine article of Beer,]
troduction in the other. The lette/ consist,
ed of a few line«, merely saying that the ! Dangerfield one of the foremen of, that is much sought after by lovers
CHAS. K. BOSWELL ------- VALE, OREGON.
writer knew nothing about the manuscript the L-F company, while driving | of that cooling beverage.
It is now
in question, but that it gave him great pleas,
J. C. PARKER, RURNS, AOENT.
! cattle, pitched down to the bottom ’ sold at his house.
urv to introduce tbe lady, etc. The editor
Call
and
Mettle.
received ber politely, but when she ex­ of the well, a depth of 130 feet, to- i
plained her errand, be said jokingly. “We
All pemon* knowing themwlver
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesdays snd Fridays at 4:S0, a. m.
get her with his horse and five head
will read your manu«rript, of course, but
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at S p. m.
indebted
to
the
undersigned
for
lof
cattle;
both
of
the
foremen
’
s
THOS.
GIANINÏ
-
-
Proprietor
there is just as much probability of your
leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 4;3O*- m-
blackzrnithing
are
respectfully
re
­
being strurg by lightning as of its appea r legs and one arm was broken.
His
BURNS. ORROON
Arrives at VAI.E on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at o p. m.
¡ng in tbe magazine. We have more manu­
quested
to
call
and
settle
up
be
­
escape, if the account aa given us
scripts of novels in our safes than we can
be correct, is one of the most mar­ fore October 1st, and save further T b U m ant v«llv»vpU*« wit* ik« k«y IS
gte'Ciose connection at VALE with stage for ONTARIO.
1-1J
I u«e in years.” “I Aai! May tn town until 1
iiBE for T hk H erald .
9^ ywdecWon.-’ sail the author uo velous on record.
expenses.
P- 8- Z arit .
CLOSE PRICES
Cas lx.
Dealer in
$B Reward—Strayed
I
Contractor & Builder.
—Estimates Made
=And Plans Furnished.
BLACKSMITH
JOB WORK.
Restaurant
VAIE AND BURNS STAGE LINE.