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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1889)
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OF SALEM, OREGON.
SINGLE SHOT RIFLES. Rmu.(
« AMMUNITION 0F~i¡n*
Tlirou Stones, Glatft Bouses and soon
A. B. Webdell has demonstrated
the fact that a man can visit the Our Cunv<»n <’Ky
' t<r fi t.in
Harney country and return with
out encountering the risk of being
murdered, lie can’t imagine why
some of his friends in the Willa
mette valley should exhibit so much
uneasiness for his safety because he
happened to visit Harney valley to
look after his stock interest out
there, lie insists that the Harney
people are perfectly tame.—Prine
T he H erald thinks the News
will do well to be silent on the sub
ject of the Harney land troubles
if the past haying season, that re
sulted in no blood-shed, while Crook
county’s stock inspector, Geo Nut
ting, was so mysteriously made
way with while in the disearge of tana, and
his official duty, and the bloody- Tritone.'
•prints left by Brose’s vile deed
against Shields Looney yet fresh
on the ground.
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Has been refurnished ami wut in condition to accommodate the Traveling Pub
lic, Guean from the Country, Transient ami Regular Day Hoarder» and
Lodgers. Meal» served promptly. Charge- reasonable. The faro
and service 'he bes, the country affords. Want» of I’a»-
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