East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, September 19, 1889, Image 3

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    TAKE NOTICE.
-Wk
of Natie« la makv t-biai
adv ulitlur yua at lhlaulb< e,
bla papar la malted y<>u » r.tr
irm-Miou uf the U. S. P. A'
I
wblla your Nutlcaiapubuihed
m
I
L,
eJ Cf- _
L aud Om< i I
i«w,or»«»n, Jana 22, inw i
REBY GIVEN that the follow
- liu IM Miln.l bla in . ii
U APii I proof In rapport of hi. claim,
|1U. ■ oof will be made bet .re ihe
’"ARlTer at Lakeview, «kairon. ou
d statm
BMNwUy.
rE|.p theEHeiNWqr.RLo:« 1 A .
{y
.««,£. He »amea tbe follow
, 1 11 . prove bla contlnuvu. ■-i
1{ \|rr cultivation of aald land. . it
,'h Dalonr, H. o. Jour a. uno J
U.\
Harney county, Orej n, and
Nevada.
11 Fop o dealrea to proteat aganu, the
_
1 b proof, u-wbo kuowa of «us
u, under tbe law and the regu
terlor Deparlmuut. whs «u> h
be allowed, will be <lvei. un
te above tneuiloiied tuns sol
amine tbe wltneaeea of .«id
offer evidence In rebu'iui . f
y claimant.
fARBEN TRUITT, Regl er
»
: b S tatm L and XMF ick . /
, ¿W. oregun, AuglÄIl. 1M‘.< t
T] 11 REBY GIVEN that In • u
*Aló.inmtMluntr'a LeMkr ••<;■’ (hr
aettler bea BM Sotti <■ of t.i»
, final proof In eupport of lii.
Mid proof will bo mad. I .
Receiverat Lakevia«, Oregon,
ISM. via:
bora A. Dibble.
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The Harney Raora.
—Any H erald subscriber who is
Land Office Bulletin-
not getting the paper promptly, '
will confer a favor by informing us
M onday —S f . pt . 10.
Our Washington eorre-pondont sends us
HA8 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY ’ | by mail of the numbers missed.
600
yds.
and repeat—Free for i the following Information concerning con­
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
tests decided un<i pa ents issued.
' —See final proof notice of Mau­ all—Purse 1150.
LAND CONTESTS DECIDED.
rice Fitzgerald.
Entries—“Jordan,” byT. A. Cris­ The names of the successful parties are
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, IMS
— A car-load of Barb-wire at J. man, and “Napa” by J. H. Hamil­ printed in capital letters.
ALBERT BVfSE vs. Geo. W. Have«.
| Durkheimer A Co’s.
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ton.
CASH PATENTS.
Official County Paper.
—Ton Sam, Chinese goods mer­
1st heat, “Napa,” time 34f sec. Xos. 377 and 463.
chant, has moved his store to the
2d heat, “Napa,” in 35 see.
Local News.
Patents Granted
main business street.
THE
DVERTISKMKNTS.
be WH ot NE><, 8E>/. of A ,.
24. E. He »amee the follow
i j prove blaeontlBuui.ii r.-n
cultivation of aald inn i. >iz
.Columbia Jobnaon
.rd Morreaa,all of llanlin l' o
FARREN TRUITT, Begiaier.
f
:o StAraa L ava Ornee, i
w, Oregon, Anguat «1. liwi'. 1
REBY GIVEN that In
iui >
. ComtniMioner*« Letter •G,”
ned settler haa filed notice of
make final proof in support of
al said proof wllj be ihh < í >¿ l >
>r aud Receiver at;L«kev!Fw.
7th, ip«, ria:,
hard W. Duan,
the NE qr of 8W qr
of N W
SE qr of NE qr. Sec ; I. Tp
name« the fadlowing witnetiBCK
, ntinuous residence upon, hik I
,O*|£iaid laud, via: E. A. Stauffer.
P Rector, and Churl u i.rit
r, Harney county, Oregon.
VARREN TRUITT. Regiater.
BURNS
HERALD.
HAllXEY COUNTY ITEMS.
NOTICE TO 8 WAN I--LAND CONTEST­
ANTS.
T he E ast O regon H erald has 1
just printed several hundred copies :
of a Form for Affidavit and Peti­
tion in case of Contest as to so-
called ‘‘¡Swamp Lands,” for use in
the Harney Land District, and
which has received the approval of ’
best legal talent.
Our object was to obtain a Form
which would combine both the
form of a required affidavit that
has long been in use (as issued
from the General Land Office at
Washington), and also a proper
Petition of the applicant, together ■
with corroborative affidavits, ac­
cording to requirements of law in
such cases.
It is confidently believed that this
new and improved form which we
have now printed will meet with
general approval.
We will correctly fill out these
blanks at $1.50 each, or eell them
at 15c a copy, or two for 25c.
Chas. E. Harris, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harris of Baker City and
brother of Mesdames Lula Moore
and Cora Wooloy of Burns, and who
is well known to friends of that
itHtir-iZ’
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family in Lake, Crook and Harney
t « d S tatm L amo Ornes,)
counties, as an intelligent citizen,
Oregon, September 2,1*89. 1
¿REBY GIVKN that the follow an agreeable gentleman and a sober,
r has filed notice of hi» inten-
tl proof in support of his chum, industrious, practical printer, is en-
»roof will be made before the
•eel ver» U, 8. Land Othie at i gaged in the newspaper business
riiur«day, Decern..5th, 188'.', viz:
Haskell,
| in Montana. T he E ast O regon
■StheKK of 8WW,NW>4 of SW‘<
f See. X, Tp. 2S, 8. R. 14 E. U M . 1 H erald which paper has been for­
lluwing wiine««c« to prove his
ience upon, ana cultivation of, warded him from this office for
njverFarra, Haney Dixon, c.
—r<t McGowan,ail of Burr.», or. nearly two years, wishes him a fair
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register. wind and smooth sailing on the sea
; of journalism.
Fa
—An influx of Indians this week?
in lieu of the early autumn leaves
that adorn wooded lands.
—G. W. Verdot was in Tuesday
from John Day with a load of fruit,
which he disposed of in the country.
—Leonard Stenger, father of P. F.
Stenger, got in on the stage, 12th
inst.. on a visit to his son and fam­
ily, from Whatcom Wash.
—J. C. Parker returned Tuesday
from his Bloomington Nursery can­
vassing trip and says it was even
better than he had calculated on.
—Piute Dick and his mehala,
Minnie, will remain in Burns this
winter, so a good wood-sawyer, and
a clean, plain washer, will be at
hand.
—T. H. Roberts, of Harney,
bought the V. J. Miller residence
and took possession yesterday, after
ceiling, lining and papering the
five rooms.
—Mrs. H. W. White and little
son, accompanied by Miss Stanclift,
all of Diamond valley, were regis­
tered at the Burns, Thursday and
Friday.
—Go to the Livery and Feed Sta­
ble of Reed & Cavin at the old
Pioneer stand in Burns, when you
want to obtain good livery accom­
modations.
39-
— Last Friday M. M. Brierley of
Harney found a young brown bear
near Pine creek. He and his com­
rade chased it till it took to a tree.
It was a two year old and weighed
about 280tbs.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
TH3 HERALD READING ROOM.
IN HERALD OFFICE,
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BURNS, OREGON.
Open every day except Sunday, from 9 a m to 5 p m.
Every Lady and Gentlemen a welcome Visitor to thia Free Read­
ing Room.
To citizen« of the Pacific States during the
past week and reported (or T he K aht O re ­
T uesday —S ept . 17.
gon H erald by C. A. Snow a Co., Patent
For 3-year-olds—half-mile dash— lawyer,opposite U.S. Patent Office, Wash­
ing; on, 1». C.
I’urse, $150.
Street car pilot by G. II. Bahrs,
Entries, “John D.,” “Cieerc,” San Francisco.
‘Socks,” and “Mollie B.”
Copying sheet, II. W. Brown.
Oakland, Cal.
“John D.” won in 57 seconds.
Cable railway, L. M. Clement,
Oakland, Cal.
Burns Ladeib* Aid Society.
Bag holder, J. Fecss, French
In accordance with the notice Camp, Cal.
published in T he H erald at per­
Fire ladder truck, J. E. Furry,
sonal request of Mrs. Pratt of the Stockton, Cal.
M. E. church, several ladies met at
Sewing machine thread on roll­
the Burns church on Friday, Sept. er, J. A. Hart, San Francisco.
Furnace, W. E. Jones, Portland,
13th, to form a Ladies Aid Society,
Oregon.
with the following result:
Ox-yoke, W. Kidd, Fisherman’s
B urns , Sep. 13, 1889.
Bay, Cal.
The ladies met at thq M. E.
Bellows, II. Kohn, San Francisco.
church to form a Ladies Aid So-
ciety. Following permanent olli-
Speed controller for elevators,
T. H. Melrose, San Francisco.
cers for ensuing quarter:
Mrs. Pratt, President; Mrs.
Car safetv guard, C. H. Ohm,
anini, vice-President; Miss Elsie San Francisco.
Harkey, Treasurer; Miss Jessie Mc­
Water wheel, L. A. Polton, Ne­
Gowan, Secretary.
vada City, Cal.
Meeting held first and third
Sod cutter. L. T. Price, Endicott,
Thursday in eaih month.
Wash.
Dues 25c, to join; 5c at each
School desk, C. B. Towle, Val­
meeting.
lejo, Cal.
Depressing cables at street cross­
—Bacon, flour, all kinds of gro­
ings, G. IL Wright. San Francisco.
ceries, (every variety of canned
goods), as well as everything in the
EXCHANGE NOTES.
dry goods line at J. Durkheimer A
Co’s.
Ashland Record: The swamp
land debt, amounting to $90,000
Item» From Kiley.
when Hon. G. W. Webb assumed
E ds . H erald : A few items from the duties of the office of state
this wilderness will be of interest treasurer, was all settled last week.
to your many readers.
OchocoReview: County court ap­
THE PACIFIC FIRE INSURANCE
f
Cevpitetl:
S3OO,OOO
F. E. B each . President,
E. H ughes , Vice-President,
W m . M c F all , Treasurer,
I W. F. B rownton , Secretary.
Safe
«£? ZFLelieCblo,
ot Directors and Stockholders at the office of the Agent*.
J. D. Shaw,
2-30tf
BURNS. OREGON.
This Old and Reliable House
Has been refurnished and put in condition to accommodate the Traveling Pub­
lic, Guests from the Country, Transient and Regular Day Hoarder, and
Lodgers. Meals served promptly. Charges reasonable, The fare
and service the best the country affords. Wants of Pae
sengers by Stage promptly met. Time-Tablee
and Daily Newspapers in the Ornes.
IT CLAIMS TO BE A FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY. HOTEL
Only, and offers its courtesies to all visiting Burns, th» Trade-Center of Harney country
—The stranger named Beaumond.
who has been sick at the restaurant
the past three weeks, died Sunday
afternoon. Bone erysipelas was
—Stock is looking pretty well pointed Mr. J. O. Douthit stock in­
the trouble. This is Harney coun­ considering our dry season.
spector for Crook county, in place
ty’s first pauper.
of Geo. Nutting, deceased.
Have the Largest Establishment in Eastern Oregon stocked with
—M. M. Briefly, Harney’s gen­ —But water is scarcer than
Any
peculiar
feature
in
our
make
­
tlemanly postmaster, accommoda­ before known.
up this week must be overlooked.
ted T he H erald man and Burns’
—Hay crop this year was light
urbane jeweler, Chas. Sampson,
The editor was after a little sun
I
with seats in his carriage to Harney and grain crop nearlv a failure.
and air—and he got him. Born—
Monday evening.
—If a man had a boy that was On Tuesday, Sept. 3d, to the wife
BUGGIES A BUCKBOARDS AND U/ÄPflMQ
SPORTING GOODS, & Cutlery, YY AuUlNò.
—T he H erald advertised the rather shy and back ward and need­ of J. A. Douthit, a son.
ed to have his gall developed, he j
L arrtD S tat «« L aud O f fice . /
Mr. J. II. Delore, of Fort McDer-
As the Board of Equalization of Ladies Aid Society last week just
p m, Oregon, September 2. I»«’.». )
as Mrs. Pratt made the order, as an should get him an old ewe, a lamb,1
mit, Nevada, made us a friendly
EREBY GIVEN that the follow
Harney consists of Judge Shields association of all the ladies of Burns,
and stake him out near a sheep-!
r b«« filed notice of hi « inten-
U proof in support of hi« i luiin, and Commissioners Howard and without reference to church affilia­
; call this week. On account of the
camp, he would soon have a band
•oof will be made before ihr
Tinware, Glass, Paints and Oils,«5^*All Kinds of Mowers, the
I extremely dry weather and short Deering
»ceiver, (J. 8, Land office. a: James, we hope to learn that the tion and not under the auspices of
Binder, &c.«W*Communications answered.fpM^Plaec yoar
ffedneeday, Oct. lftb, tv. , vu
of his own and a good-sized gall, i
the
M.
E.
church.
' range in his locality, Mr. Delore
4.300 exemption will be permitted
M. MeCartyv
OrderB with this House if you want to buy what you need.
Something
should
be
done
io
re
­
ty. Or., Pre. D. 8. No. 51*'.0, for to all entitled to such benefit as the
• was compelled to move his cattle
—The “Texas” stands out bold, strain the sheep-man.
f Sec, -2, Ti». 24, b . R. »1 E. w. m .
Lowing witile«««« to prove hia deduction of the valuation of house­ grand, and majestic as a Club
to the Beaver creek region in this
■t
ience upon and cultivation of
A S ilver -C heeker .
■U«iy Hieph Martin, J. T, Barne«. II. hold goods in a country where there Room, Amusement Hall, and Even­
county, where he will remain with
JSatirdii*" Buchanan, all of Bun.ß, Or.
ing Resort, and holds out for Re­
them this fall and coming winter.
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register. is no railroad convenience, would
A Great Surprise.
freshments whatever is called for
Salunii”W
be simply a farce, and the end and in Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
States Rights Democrat: Samuel
For some time there has been ru­
the aim of the law, which is framed Beers, Summer Beverages, Cigars,
C.
Showlter, of Dayton Or., aged
mor afloat that an artistically illus-
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for the protection of the very class (ic., in any style ordered.
N TARIQ’
—
4
IjiiTin dTATK« L am » O fficej
trated weekly journal is to be pub- 69, who voluntarily submitted to
rne, Oregon, beptembe r b, 1 s.s<.. <
of people struggling for a foothold
—Question: How is it J. Durk­ lished on the Paciflic coast, and i an injection of the Elixir of Life
m , CUE BY GIVKN that the follow
TS. rr haa filed notice of his inten- in this country, would be defeated. heimer it Co. sell goods so cheap?
now, to our great surprise, it takes ; three weeks ago hoping for a relief
«qgproof in support of his eiium,
»roof will be made before the
Ans: The reason is obvious to definite form in announcement by i fronl rheumatism, has died from
leceiver U. 8, Land ofiice, nt
BURNS, OREGON
—To keep posted
every reflecting mind! They buy the publisher of the West Shore ■ ^,e eflbets of the treatment. Im- W. E. GRACE, P roprietor ,
Friday, November 1ft, 1839, viz
i»n Wintermeler,
by
the
car
load,
great
piles,
stacks
W
ty. Or.. Pre. D. 8. No. 2Z3R. kn
—Read T he H f . rai . d .
and heaps of goods at a time. Go that he will issue the first number ! mediately after the injection his
A Large Assortment of
12, Tp. 1», 8., R. VI E. W.M. lie
of such a journal on the 14th of limbs began to swell and his v. hole
o#ing witnesses to prove hip
and
see
and
bear
witness
to
the
—
Costs
only
$2.50
a
year.
ience upon and cultivation of
truth of this assertion.
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September. Fifteen years ago Mr. system was permeated with blood
Wm. Craddock, Louis
liHr.l-
lock, and Jaa. shew maker, all
FINE CUTLERY, NOTION8, Etc.
—For local news read T he H er ­
Samuel began the publication in' poison. Gangrene set in, and his
. a.
ald .
CLASS R. HUNTINGTON. Reglater.
—Horatio Simpkin1! and his step­
Has just been Received.
daughter, Mrs. Ella Bland, arrived Portland of a feeble monthly paper fl<?sh chipped oft in flakes as large
—For county news read T he H er in Burns from Grant’s Pass Thurs­ which has steadily grown until it as a lnan 8 hand, and he became a
ai . d .
utirrM'^
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PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
day, on a business trip to the coun­ has reached the proportions of the horrible object before h:s death,
ty.
Mrs.
B.
who
has
not
read
T
he
—
For
Land
Office
news
read
T
he
i
ITSD 8TATRB L a W» orni V. ‘
handsome West Shore Magazine
. y. IB, Oragon. Soytoaiber ;>.
H erald during the past two years,
i
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best quality.
LA KRKBY GIVEN that th full.».- H erald
as
we know it to-day, and now he
THE LEDGER LIBRARY
was unprepared for the great change
vtilar baa Siad nocler of hi, in
—
Loads
of
barb
wire
came
in^
> final proof la rapport uf In.
•‘Her Double Life,” by Harriet Lewi«,
in Burna since she left here about takes a bold step forward and es­
aald proof will ba mir i .for-
. 1: Paver cover 50c; Bound
tablishes a weekly journal which I-edg<?r ,-i^rar>' .'olume,
three years ago.
■-* Bacalvar, U. s. Latió
<. at Monday.
|1.00.
! L'a.kDOWD,
--------- on suarday, Nov. S. 1 »*'.'• ' 12
dowd ,” by Mr«. E. I). E. N. Southworth.
J will be maintained at the highest J Ledger l.ibrarv No. 2: P«per, ftOc; Bound, fl.00.
—Dr. Wells left for New York
>Ma BeRaodllok.
—Mrs. E. W. Huston, her daugh
1 “Guninaker of M«. bcow ,” by Sylvanu» Cobb. Jr.
nty. Or., Pre. D, 8. No 2út7. for last week.
ter, Miss Ida, accompanied bv her standard of illustrated weeklies in Ledger Library No. J’.: Paper 25c; Bound, fl.00.
ir; and fik qr of NW qr of sec.
BREWERY.
SW qrof Sde.l, Tp. I?.
It -1.
1 Any of the foregoing work» will be «uppliod
—Enterprise school, in Dist-14, son Walter E. Huston, started last the country. It will require the ex-
aioM the followiuff witiie.ara >o
* I by
bv Book»eller»
BucliRpIltfr« and Nev.
Neu«.lea
« iea « ere,
r«, will be | seut
Thursday* from Burns with Jas. pendlture OI much money und In
mona reeldance apon, and . ufi
la- p^gtage ¡»aid, on the receipt
by
. of ‘ the ¡»rice,
‘
*r
opens 23d inst.
PROPRIETOR.
and, via: Jag. Kara hl:«»innk
PAUL LOCHER -
Bidwell for Chico, Cal., thence to bor to render the venture success­
ROBERT BONNER’S SONS.
-g nnfBMer, John Wlatevmeirr. au.l
= P | a 11 of Biatlon, Harney loutt , ,
L ef oer B uilding .
—The Harney school opened Stockton, where the young lady
Cor. William and Spruce st«., New York,
3 “A*.!. B. HUNTINGTON. Regiater. Monday, 16th inst.
B U R N S, O R E G O N
will continue in school. W. E. full, but the West Shore, with its
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Huston will probably return to splendid equipment, longexperience
—New goods arriving every day this county in the spring.
Harney Valley Grain.
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and established position, will be
The Burnt Beer I a Fine Quality, and may be had by the Ola». B«ulad,»r La Quantity.
at J. Durkheimer it Co’s.
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able to succeed where most others
Such a drouth as this of the pre
I Díü*
—The Burns Land Office, altho’
. . a r. IMIYKD BTATBS LAND Of h < X, '
—Fresh beef 10 cents a pound deficient
would fail. Special attention will 8ent Beagon ha8 never before in the
» • „ me. Ores»*, ffapCenibvr . . ix- ,
in
full
returns
from
other
- ' land districts is doing a large be given to graphic illustrations of history of the Harney country been
Y GIVKN that the follow | at W. C. Bvrd's meat shop.
I filed Botica of his inten*
Bln MBMt of his claim.
—Nice assortment of Bird Cages amount of business. All parties events happening on the Pacific known, and mnv never again,
_ trill bewade before the
of the Harney district of whatever coast, and the topics of specwil .in-
Notwithstanding its severity,
rer, V. 8. Land . •! »-, a* just received at Geo. McGowan’s -
ijmrIMlKvi;
landed interests, are manifestly terest to our people. Its numer- however the record was mrffle for
G Wy»a|.
—Neck-tie party by the Ladies’ concerned in our new Land Office
r, and Lof« 3
having all records that properly be­ ous and excellent illustrations will the valley on the ranches of the
.,
M. He Aid Society next Thursday, 26th.
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
e hi» contin- I
to it. and in condition for full be its chief feature, and these will following named gentleman:
long
lion of. hai l
—An Indian mehala that can do . transaction of business at as early increase in number as the journal J. C. Wooley
12«I bu.
iller, J. «cph
mi ••
...
all of Riley. fine ironing came in town this week.
I.even« Hr. «.
This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub­
I date as possible.
1120 "
becomes settled in its grooves. Peter Clemen«
..
800 ••
Jt»«.
Copihall
lic with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
). B. HUNTINGTON. . u «
«20 "
P. F. Htengfr
—J. C. Welcome ’s adding a sta-
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—E. I). Gray, late of Fort Bid- I ’ Such an undertaking certainly re­
M "
Adam«
Terms Reasonable.
| ble and wood shed to his premises well. who bought the P.’¿. Early commends itself very highly to JDo.
its “
Geo. McGowan
■a* 14 c TOB,S NOTICE.
if
22
Total
A BAR
—Goods and goods for the two blacksmith shop, last spring, has every citizen, and its sticcsess will
that I Bave appointed stores of this town are arriving sold out the business to Adolph be a direct benefit to every section
Attached, where is Kept all Sorts of Liquors.
Jas. Copshall’s 18 acres averaged
Tupker, who came in this summer of the West. The price will be 10
’ daily.
.............. Drawee!, Oregon
46| bushels to the acre, We were i
awV,................ .Haraey.
to look around for a suitable busi­
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
—Prof. Chas. Newell opens next1 ness location. Mr. Gray, who h: b cents a copy, or $4.00 a year.
unable to obtain numbers of acres I
Scatto»)
Wim«
session of the Burns school next bv his skillful work anti agreeable
. - Mia
Bar»,
owed on other places.
I bave Rddcd to my Stock of
.. ae-Wa. MEEKER.Stork I.
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Monday.
social qualities made many friends
k* ^ey
Or.,
WkKJaa. 1,
I
—Burns market was completely in Bums, does not as yet know if ST. FRANCIS’ ACADEMY.
FOR SALK.
glutted with fruit from John Day he will leave the valley or remain
A lot of Thorough-bred and High
here.
NEW TO-DAY.
j this week.
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Grade
Spanish Merino Bucks, and
—Last week Mrs. Grace received CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF ST.
■
—Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Levens
•»
some
good
grade Ewes for sale
FBZN IS.
A FULL LINE OP
*"
1-.
went over 16th inst. to attend the a new type writer for an assistant ■
at desk work, and is diligently !
cheap.
. Harney races.
practicing on every blank thing in
For further particulars address
:>nTn DraTsa
O ffice . ?
t. 17. UH» I
Burat,
—Mrs. and Miss Roberts of Har­ the office, which in reason enough
B rown B ros .,
that the fol­
■ ERRI
ia intention ney were registered at the Burns, for so little type being set this week, BAKER CITY---------------- OR
Riley. Or.
hi« claim, , Sunday evening.
for the devil is just as busy, mak- The roerse of Ine-nic Ion laetadr» all of tbe 40—40*
e before the
And School Supplies of all Kinds, Stationery, Etc
nd office at
n^ "P* ”'COP.V w’th it every moment Branche« oft Caafal and Christian rdnratlon
—Provident householders irN*
in he
. lNii. rit:
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