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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1889)
as a "Story of the Klamath;" the
I EG A I. ADA
I granted leave of absence shall for- TaxI.«Mri.iuiiT»iiI’«' MuriaS. I’uuii'»«1'.
April ». 181». 1
John 1’.. Allien. |.ubli»her. II. iik I«»»'' western News and Information, is
cloth hiiuling ano gold let'.erine. Oiu>
Everything is dead in Washing- fr it no rights by reason of said ab-
of peculiar interest in Harney val-1
Till RSPAY. APRIL *25. I*».
* tn reply to »11
4.5c and lie for po-tage.
— | ton, for, as Max O’Rell said, when genee. Provided, That the time
BO thia oflice to h» ■'
There is no prettier novel among lev, as the editor loses no opportu-,
I changed In their '
congress is in session Washington of such actual absence »hall not be standard work's than The Lamp nity to liberally advertise our coun
1». !.. guace
___ . ..
anyon City to H“r
—-: is delirious, but as soon ns it ad- deducted from the actual residence lighter—pure in sentiment, excel ty—we are continually receiving
Jfcdt .«¿IL. J.
J]V»iay that elalaMitt» >
T iie H i : h \ i . i > acknowledges re
lent in moral: suitable for the home letters of inquiry growing out of the
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ceipt of the Governor’» proclama this year was prolonged by the host
S ec . 4. That the price of al] sec circle, and Alden’s edition is an or article L. Samuel, its public-spir
< appear ba^B a
tion declaring April ¡10 a legal holi of office-seekers, who came early, tions and parts of sections of the nament to the library: a copy is in ited editor so kindly gave the Har
day. for the purpose of celebrating are still here and are hanging on public lands within the portions of our Reading Room, ('all and see ney country, in his December num
tiie liHlth anniversary of Washing with a bull-dog like tenacity that the several grants of land to aid in it, or send for a copy for yourself. tier. Such courtesy deserves a re The Leading Merchant of Grant c
surprises everyone except them- t|K, construction of railroads which llmruBs B«z«a. lllu-trnte.l. In lli;r)«‘r turn, worthy home readers.
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A Brother’s Fraiudin Square. New A orK.
selves. I he Lord has been good jiave been heretofore and which
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS. ’ UAH ¡3 med Battler K
Price 10c a copy: $1 « year, or with the
B elf hi > M agazine ,
kaa by - ti> ,
East Oregon Herald $«>.20a year.
(’o.. \rw York* W a nilHiber, 2..5O a
A pril 10th tlic oflice, a threc- and tempered the wind to these ,nay iicrcafter be forfeited, which
year, or with this raocr only WL7 ‘ a
This is by all odds the one thing
story building ot the East Orego- ileeced laiubs and gi\en them the
bv the act making such grants,
year. A Complex
in each num
SToVES, TINWARE. 1 I!'11 Ivl-.R’i
ber by it popu-ar wii.c r.
nian, Pendleton, Or., burned, but most beautiful spring weather, sea- bavc since been increased to the needful in this section of the conn-
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, THE CELF1};
The complete novel f.i- this month
that spirited, never-say-die paper soned by an occasional shower to jouble minimum price, and, also, try, and should head every lady’s
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X L” CUTLERY, WiyLmei^'L'h
. .line out in good shape, and its make them grow,
.of all lands within the limits of any list. The Easter No. came last is by Coave-s Atwood "An Eccen
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND OTHER AllTR
patrons will like it better than ever.
The base ball season has just gucb railroad grant, but not em- week, and is supurb, indeed. 1 lie tric Revenge,” a story that holds
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
opened and very soon the hard braced in such grant lying adjacent articles on “Cradle and Nursery. the readers’ attention from the first
working man will go down and blow to and coterminu» with the portions Neiv York Fashions, “Seasonable to the lest page. ’ \ Princess of CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern Oregon
’ Of the Interior
T he Times-Mountaineer is issu- ¡n
|iard earned cash, and the <.f the lines of any such railroad Gifts,” contain what we should all Sheba,” a story; “Condemned,” a
should not be ul
luity at the abo\
Ing a very neat, good morning howl of the young American will be which shall not be completed at desire to know; the stories "Easter pi.'in; "Mutual Admiration Socie
o cr< bb examine
nt, and to Lift i
daily. As it comes from the old- heard on every vacant lot. This date of this act, is hereby fixed at Violet»,” “WhiteTulip»,” "A Crook ty,” an <q-igram, etc . are all excel
bmlued by clalr
est printing oflice in East Oregon, «ill stir the town up a little and $1.25 per acre.
ed Path,” (continued), and poems lent. But the editorial depart W-.
the people know how good a paper gjvt. t)lt. people something to talk
"Easter Song." "On the Avenue, ment is the center of interest in
S ec . 5. That any homestead are varied and entertaining; while this mag izim—Our Foreign Poli
it must be,
l about, at least.
settler who has heretofore entered the illustrations, "Easter Sunday cy, Civil Service Reform, The Old
President Harrison is still kept
THE TOWN OF LAKEVIEW
i’Lofi.E on the line of telegraphic i,llPy |,y visitors nnd wire pullers, less than one-quarter section of land on the Avenu^ “Spring Bonnets,” ¡•Tavern and the Mo lern Saloon,”
- Lake Co.. Oregon.
conveniences wi re treated to a Hen- aI1(j ()urjng the past week, has sent , may enter other and additional “Easter Gowns,” exhibit the very are some of the captions, and I on
AS IT IS VOICED BY ITS l.o< ,\i. NEWSPAPER A THlM^2h“•;
to the orig-
sation of a sad nature on 11th inst., a great number
of c nominations . to, land lving
• ° contiguous
, latest spring styles; the pictures of i’iatt’s name insures their worth.
the wires bringing the news that | the Senate
inal cntry’ whil h shu ’‘o’’ Wlth the • The Walk to Emmaus,” Wash Uoi’.hl this value.! le monthly be in BUSINESS MEN u'«r« id ! ice that LAKEVIEW, I ake <•»•., Or., euntaitir lit-.» regon^on May
The subject of the Three Ameri-i 111,1,1 first entered and occupied. ington Family,” (d 'le-page), and the hands of every voter, both dem lgr./vr ’. bu ! o '- i . s . x iu.«er'i i toolmaker; _ IftunuriiB, 2 furiinurc Sturt;
ex-President Clevelan«! had been
I hwjvib : phxBiciuiiB. 1 surveyor; i laud ugeiit; ldeiilint;
SOU. for the
.•issassinati'd by the negro porter on < as’ Exposition is receiving con- cxcced 1,1 the aPg>-’gate 160 acres “Easter Flowers,” must be seen to ocratic and repu' iican. there would blut ksnii 1:»; -luii ectb sh«j F; 1 .iver\ B’ub!c. 1 bakery; gebe.al inerchaiais K. & W’£ of
without proof of residence upon and lie enjoyed. Cjome to our Reading
.ua ..-mill. Also, - Maa ’i.ic
a Pullman between Philadelphia anti giJcrable attention at present.
be a degree of intelligent voting plar lodge; Odd Felhjus real
’lo \.is; 1 Culte»! Working .Men's lodge.
New York. Flags were at half-
The action of the meeting held at
Room, or send 20c for a copy.
do.’.e in ”J2, that would cause the ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- 'Mr’n-i
mast and great excitement pre Willard’s last week in the interest i when the additional entry is made, Trx.«« SirTixo. illustrated, by Texa« Sif - average p diti '.'.l m m.igers to fear
i croon who
<!o.. 240 llreadwav
vailed, until the report was corrected of the commercial congress to be then the patent shall issue without j
„ co of Buch!
New York. N? Y. le. a copy, St a year I their vocation ei.ded.
when rejoicing took the place of sor held in Washington next fall, and further proof. Provided, That this
or with this paper «3.75 a y ear.
»f the Intefl
II \nri rx M v ’.7i ’ ir.ii-lr.i'.cil.by Harp
row. The incident will show how the Three Americas’ Exposition to section shall not apply to or for the
It is too funny! April 6 gives a
er a .;;«’ her’>, 1 i 'aisiin Square. New
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
nity at the
York. 20c :t iiumbtr,$l a year 0.1 with
> cr< fi s-
he. ns the People’s President, is be opened in 1802, shows that benefit of any person who, at the rich, rare, and racy number: “The
t, and to
the Herald, $.5 a year.
mitted by cl
while the labors of the board of date of m iking applicati on for ex- April Fool.” “Bill Snort in the
For April it is useless to enum
White House,” “Mr. Rusk Pro erate the titl« s t.f the contents, as
promotion have not, in all respects,
“I t takes but a short experience,” received the attention at the hands cupy the lands covered by his orig nounces Marriage a failure.” "The
it would alone fiil a column of T ie j
says tin' Prineville News editor, "in of congress that was anticipated, a inal entry. And provided, That General is in a Hurrv,” and thirty
H erai . ii . so we will say it is a lit This Hotel ¡ r new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers courteous servicePROOF.
local newspaper work to ascer determination so much the greater if the original shall fail for any rea other equally' as good, makes this a
tain who compose the generous por has been aroused to crown the laud son prior to patent or should ap desireable acquisition to the fami I erary treat to the man or woman
pear to be illegel or fraudulent, the ' ly’s selection of good reading mat who aspires to keep up with the
tion of communities. The men able undertakings with success.
settler H mb
choicest mental food of the day
IN CONNECTION WITH THE Hoi SE.
ake tlnal pro
who take the greatest number of The failure of congress to provide additional entry shall not be per ter.
said pr«»>f *
newspapers and read them, are the for the centennial of th;; constitu mitted, or, if having already been . H arper .« W keki .Y. illustrated, by Harper The Gibl r -Channing portrait of our
lie . »■W|. 'lx:
A Brother's, New York, with this pa great
most prosperous and intelligent, tion. as originally projected, is thus initiated, shall be canceled.
per $5.20 a year.
z> “'. (or the
opens the centennial of Washing
and are sure to give the publisher supplemented, ami in a way that
S ec . G. That every person en There is scarcely a ranch that has
hearty encouragement. Whenever will effect the same object quite as titled, under the provisions of the not at some time had a copy of this ton’s Inauguration; stories, short, Genera! Blacksmith & Wa^onNSS
f . .'.Fitm<>re.
a man is found who is a tyrant to satisfactorily and more, perhaps’ to homestead laws, to enter a home princely weekly, and yet not over a
his family, or an oppressor of hired the interest» of all parties con stead, who has heretofore complied dozen copies comes into this county. sketches; scientific essays; Editor’s
H. R. SCHLAGEL ------ L akevib
nt reason, ui
Easy Chair, Study, Drawer, and
help, a fleecer of renters, or a snarl cerned.
with or who shall hereafter comply The April 13 No. is one of the best. Record of Current Events, only
• mid n.it be
ing fault finder, newspaper men
dty at the cl
Last week’s meeting is destined with the conditions of said laws. Illustrations are “The Frontier
Horse . hoeinga ■ crGt s-exami.
Prepared to do all Kinde of Work in the Blacksmith line.
can stand aside, for such men al to mark an epoch in this matter, and who shall have made his final Trooper’s Thanatopsis,” “Oklohoma give an idea of what is served the
. and lu of!
nitted by ell
ways idiiim to be taking a large It means an earnest and vigorous proof thereunder for a quantity of Sketches,” “Commerce on the Great reader for pleasurable and profita
number qf papers and have no time campaign all along the lines for the land less than 160 acres and re Lakes,’, “Going to a Fire in St. Pe- ble reading. If this is saying too
-BUGGIES, WAGONS, ETC.,-«
little for so good a book, let the
to read any more.”
MADE TO ORDER WITH NE I TN ESA, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
consummation of the grandest en ceive the receiver’s final receipt tersburg,” (double-page), etc , and reader send 20c for the April No.
terprise in the history of this or thereto, shall be entitled under the articles on the topics of the and enjoy it as we have.
EX< H ANGE «'1.11‘I'INGS
Give i T lai, as Seeing in B<- irving. A firs’ H ubb Smith works in connection
any other country; and before the sail! laws to enter as a personal day. are such ns may be expected
Lakeview Examiner: The secre meeting of tiie next congress it is right and not assignable, by legal from the pens of talented writer». D etroit F ree P ress , illustrate«l, l>v the
Detroit Free Press ('<>., Detroit, Mi< h.
tary of the interior has appointed hoped to bring such a pressure of subdivisions of the public lands of Howell’s "Hazard of Few Fortunes,’
5c a copy. $1 a year, or with this paper
T. L. Roe of this state as inspector pul l:c sentiment to bear upon that the United States subject to home- continues in interest. No man’s
For April 11 The Press is full of
•lork of Gru
of Swinnp lands in Oregon, in place body as will insure the necessary stead entry, so much additional list of periodicals is complete with
luv ul. lws.
M. Quad’s and Luke Sharp's l est
of Colonel Elliott who has resigned. legislation without further delay. 1’’ i land as added to the quantity pre«
Now I f the time to sulBcribe for the
out The Weekly.
AM, (or lb
efforts, and this ol servation prom
The “celebrated” DeMoss outfit
qr. See 1», 1
viously so entered by him shall not IiFMoursT M agazine , i’hisfrntcfl. by W. ises as much for one week as is
are on the road again with their
LATE LAND NEWS,
e nP|”1 nn<*1
Jenning’F Deniorest, 15 E 14th st.. New
exceed 160 acres. Provided, That
YorK. 20c a copy. $2 n year, or with healthy for the digestive apparatus
tired songs and bad smelling feet.
So many inquiries are made in no ease shall pitent issue for the
this paper, $3.75 a year.
of any mental being—too much
< >ur people may soon hate the pleas about the land laws enacted by the i land covered by such additional
For M89, and secure a full volume of numbers. It is the
For May opens with a beautiful
ure!?) of listening to “Oregon, recent congress that we give it en entry until the person making such water-color, “View of the Hudson . spice, pepper, mustard, etc., is not
CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE IN THE
I conducive to perfect enjoyment, so
Sweet Oregon” again.
uld not he
i additional entry shall haveaetually River from West Point,” that is fol t after these witty writers corm s Mrs.
ity nt the«
Roseburg Review: The DeMoss
i and in conformity with th" home lowed by the engravings "In a Ka- 1 Bowser’s domestic woes, then a
, and to oft
family were unable to secure th«1
stead laws resided upon and culti- go,” “On a Pack Horse,” “An Afri
^4^- The mnFB of tiforma'ion ft contaira covcre the entire Pat ifit ?'orthwtf j
■ity ballon last Monday night, and lie lands from private entry, and | vated the land so additionally en can Village Attacked by Slave- thrilling story of the sea and a and
doa b with ail mihjeo 6 of ir.iercBt t. th. •<• ivck I- inf. nr at lor. ci ih'i'v.l
desert island, and a fund of anec turraut
therefore did not show here at that other purposes.
tered and otherwise fully complied Hunters.” and 113 other illustra dote, tales, and good < ditorials.
Be it enacted, etc. S ec 1. That
• l e a romp’efc exponent • f the rcfi.-ur'i B of. and n careful < hrot.it 'er of n]]ri^|
time. They paid their advertising
with suqh laws. Provided also, tions. Stories by well-known wri
inn pr am e in. he ent’re i e^i. n er? I rtu cd u i bin th< lijni’Bvt Oreg«u.»n PROOF,
bill as though nothing had hap- from and after the passage of this that this section shall not be con ters: “The Alpine Fay,” (contin L iterature , a weekly magazine. itiu<- «•f
tat ft. Idaho, 1 ri ish < «.hirnbiu. nnd Alaska. t< gr’her with a multi:Ute of
<>f »;• enerv, < i‘ies. iU'iuetrit fi. t-:< • ’h< <■• uniri* f ■ < f < ril ed
net no public lands of the United
\ eh anti
ravinyF, in colors or tints, will bv tented, one with ea<h run i® Grand!
New York. 3c a copy, 50e a year,
strued as affecting any rights as to ued), “Ten Women Poets” (this is
ii,.' n size, am represent f . ir«'<>l ,e< i oi gem ia h .’ c ~
with T he H erald $2.7.5 a year
Silver Stale: It is learned her«' States, except those in the state of th«' location of soldier’s certificates fine), “Day Dreams,” “Modes of
r lie Miuu fccni xeuvr' of the W<ft:, ano vifl alone be worth the BW
This bright little weekly meg
from reliable sources that Todhun- Missouri, shall be subject to pri heretofore issued under section 2406 Travel,” “A Ghost Story,” "May
■ - a * f i<
1 ' a: u ,u
c c’’ id that sai
zine is as good as it is cheap. Ev
ter «V Devine have sold out their vate entry.
AND, OREG gou,
Basket Party.” Household, Mirror
ofthe revised statutes.
an Roe a copy bv calling
ranches nnd stock in Oregon, to
S ec . 2. That any person, who
of Fashions. Home Art and Home
S ec . 7. That the “act to pro Comfort—we have enjoyed the rpng-
Miller «V Lux «nd Mason. The has not heretofore perfected title to
consideration is said to be about a tract of land of which he has vid«' additional regulations for azine since 1862. nnd never peru-ed
$ 1 IMHI.OIM). The purchasers arc made entry under the homestead homestead and pre-emption entries a number'better than this one all
among the most extensive cuttle law, may make a homestead entry of pul lie lands.” approved Marcii through.
and land owners on the Pacific of not exceeding one-quarter section 3. 1N89, shall not be construed to T he P eterson M agazine . ’’luB'ra'ecI bv
I’eter-on' Mngnziii » ( o..36> ('h»*" nut
of public land subject to such entry, forbid the taking of testimony for
st. Philadeiphin. Pa. 20<- a number. $2
Grant County News: John De
a year, or with T he II; kali », $3/
such previous filing or entry to the final proof within ten days follow
vine is said to have sold out hi»
. and to
contrary notwithstanding; but this ing th«' day advertised as upon
The May No i f.esh a >1 r
vast possessions in Harney county right shall not apply to perfect which final proof shall be made in
to th<‘ Armour-Hwift packing estab title to lands under the pre-emp eases where accident or unavoid as a spring morning. Its steel ai.d
o’ 4r: ctor
lishment of Chicago. If the pi'o- tion or homestead laws already in able delays have prevented th«’ ap
'. ft i . < e n-
’ r f We
\rri « f u Prine, - e .-uur<i|
'en »6 : ur fi Thur® a Ba
ple thought they Were “oppressed" itiated. Provided, that all settlers plicant or witnesses from making copious, and its literary contents
deserve great praise. There is no
such proof on the day specified.
and their rights “impose.l on” by upon public lands whose
eie-et lUitc« freni I’ ii.cvi'c ■<> Firn«. £7.50. llounilTrip.Iti- »O
John Devine they will think differ have been initiated prior to the
S ec . 8. That nothing in that act
ently when this syndicate controls passage of this act may change shall be construed ns suspending, are above the average, and several
repealing, or in any way rendering are bright gems Ladies wishing to
bis lands and stock range.
such entries to homestead entries
Prineville New«: Mr. Palmer has nnd proceed to perfect their titles inoperative th«' provisions of the act keep thoroughly p >-t ’d i: matters
entitled “an act to provide for the
rifcived the appointment of post to their respective claims under disposal of abandoned nnd useless of dress, fancy-work, and house
hold affairs, can find few guides so
master of th.' Prineville otlleo.
the homestead law. notwithstand military r. servutions,” approved
comp tent ami reliable as this ad
Portland Times: Kansas farms ing they may have heretofore had July f». 1384.
Approved March 4. 1889.
miral le monthly. This issue con
are mortgaged for i2N<"),000,000, at
the benefit of such law, but such
SAYER A DORE
an article on Home Millinery,
«'ight per cent, exclusive of the ex
Baker City Reveille: John Bu-
settlers who perfect title to cbnms
so clearly written that by its aid a
tra cost of ol tuining the loans. It under the bom. st< ad law shall riot gler. of Burns, is in the city.
Kerp, constantly on han<; a large atoek of
takes ♦23,000,000 a year to pay the
Judge Ison’s arrival in San Fran new beginner may make a bonnet
thereafter be entitled to enter other
to suit each costume, as stylish as
cisco last Monday is. reported.
interest on these mortgage». This
lands under the pre-emption or
if sent off for, and have the entire Tli ia powder never varie*. A ma\elof nnrftv.
is ♦•'>.<tOOJJOO a year more than the
........... an I wholes nm-iu-w. .. More
We presume then' is hardly a numlxT at less expense than she f r 8 it tl I rvngJt
ili.? ■ nr.I:
-------- ' be Mid
value of th«1 entire «»heat crop of homestead laws of the United States.
v. multitude of low
lady to be found in our broad land
in <*s*inp«*!M >.i with ,*,
• 'nrt wtithr
U . 1 dit tt
.. . k apliato __ pow.
... ’ 1 e; b . S.bi
S ec 3. That whenever it shall be who, if she d.i. s not already possess could purchase a single one from a abort
that State,, it would take the work
Wan Nt »" y * H '
V o ., 1«
of 230,000 men at one dollar a day, made to appear to the register and a sewing machine, expects some milliner.
one hundred days, to pay this trib- receiver of any public land otlice, day to become the owner of one.
T he W fst S hobk , ilhi.*«.rated, by L.
171-,Sc-ond Bt.. cor. Yam
But after the mind has been fully
llt«' t«> usury, cadi year. To this under such regulations as the sec
hill |\Tihind. Oregon.
2.5c a number,
a year, or with our pajer. $1 a
sum of ♦2S5,OtlO,OOt) of individual retary of the interior may presents',
vewr. )2 handsome piciures Miitubk-
indispensable articles, the question
iur framing i ob W' with It.
indebtedness of the farmer« of Kan- that any settler upon the public do arises as to what kind of a machine
No On g>>nian should think for a Io W hom it M ay C oncern -;
>«» alone, add about $11.’»,000.000 main under the existing law is un to buy.
for th«' indebtedness of those who able by reasons of a total or partial
It should be so simply construct moment of doing without this ex I In rebv respectfully tender mv
«re not farmers, «nd then add the destruction of failure of crops, sick ed that the most inexperienced can cellent home monthly. The March S' rvie.-s as a Practical Painter to
No. gave a lovelf colored picture of
t..wn. county an«l Stat«' debts, and
points mainly to be c onsidered, and
llous ' Painting a s|w‘cialtv. Sat
the pro rata share of the National to secure u support for himself, which aiv the most desirable, are the bird* of Omon. The April isfaction guarantees).
debt, nn.i it requirrs almost super- herself, or these dependent upon durability, rapidity, eapm ity for No. contains • njraving« of Olym
W m . H CULP
human bravery to bear up under him or her upon the lands settled work, ease «>f oj»eration, regularity pia. • npit.il .fthe new State of R u - f » Or
And all kindrof surface lumber thcr.ughh aeaBWT.cd for bv.iMlni
such a load Th«' p»»>pleof the Unit upon, then such register and re- of motion, uniformity of tension, Washington, util th«' special art
KF.nVCEL» I’RIi FL
ed Statts, ns individuals, corpora- reiver tuny grant to such settler a
supplement is th' great snow peak
The "Light Running Now Home”
lions and government, owe more in leave of absence from the claim up fills the above requirements, xml is near the int< rniaional line. Mount
pn»portion to populatioii than do on w hich he or she lias fill'd, for a said to combine th«' g«x»l points of Baker. T-hc stcries we find are all
an« «tier i« oph In th< world
-b«l imt > xcc.-ding on«' year at and I il»>r saving device«.
?■>•■•! and i mv if th« l«x?fll. «<l«4i Off re Canyon City and Burn«
N B. A Good road all the way.
I'KOM WASHINGTON. II. <’.
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