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THE J. D11RK1I EIMERS A CO, LOCAL-PACE ADVERTISEMENT.
ONLY FIRST CLASS
ThHea%$ tety THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
STO C K.
FALL & WINTER SUPPLIES
Our Prices are the
_ZAt tlx© zretilocLcl 'W’itlx freig-lxt
- FiJLICIT YOUR TRADE.
J. DURKHEIMER <&, CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY.
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—Haynes, Bartlett, Asmus and ] —Tho millinery goods of the
—J. Nat. Hudson was in Burns
Henry rage, together, are fencing Gage Sisters, were sent from New Tuesday evening.
York to Baker Citv, hence the de —Jas. G. Wygal, of Silver creek,
„ bwamp ....
. in a section of the Red-S.
Land Contest blanks at this office •
for 15c each, or 2 for 25c, or the blanks
was in town Sunday.
U kitwd S tat » L and Orrn k . i made out neatly and l correctly for one doi-
— * me
b . n.
“e next meeting Of
Burnt, Oregon, Sept. 17. iw i larand a half each. ~
IS HEREBY GIVEN that rl,.- r.,1
—One of the most orderly busi
\ . sdeettler bee Sled BOticeof I, ¡ r 11.r.-n properly qualified Notary Public.
1 of Mrs. L. Harkev, near Burns, daughter, Ella, arrived home from ness places in town is the Burns HENRY CALDWELI.
P ropriktor .
of hiß claim,
— I Nov. 2d.
California, Monday evening, after a I Land office.
le before the 'piMBER CULTURE.
r office at
• »-J }nd
Third st., South of H erald Building.
U nited S tates L and O ffice )
—Peter French, and E. P. Mc-
Burns, Or., Sept. 19, 1889. .
’«SlMUk of Sec. 17, Tp.
Cornack of Salem, came to Burns, i —N. Brown, our enterprising tendance on circuit court as a juror,
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at
to following thia
Madman against Win. Saturday, left Sunday, and returned Burns merchant, returned Tuesday the past week.
This new, fine, and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be equalled
|d. viz: Wm. Timber-Culture Entry No. 418, dated Sept. 26. I Monday.
evening, from San Francisco, after
in any part of Harney cdunty for accommodations.
re, ami Chas,
. an absence of about two months.
co., Oregon. W. M., in Harney county, Oregon, with a view to
ON HAND. ’
j Dickens’ works under T he H er -
—Ed. Hanley’s barb wire fence,
ON. Register the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleg
ing that the said Wm. HenriCK failed to break I we learn, was cut one day last
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
—Chas. Gunther’s sister, from 1 ald ’ s low rates.
or cause to be broken, five acres of the said
tract within a year after the »late of filing, and 1 week, at each post, for three quar- New York, is visiting him, having
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
—Ira Wakefield, Presiding Elder,
that he has not up to the present date broken
arrived week before last. We
or caused to be broken, five acres of the said | ters of a mile.
Special attention given to the grooming and
U nited S tates L and offi - ej
tract, the said parties are hereby summoned to [
learned this item too late for its
and Transient stock.
nt, Oregon.Bepteaibar 1?
appear at this Office on the 8th day of Novem
day or tomorrow.
—John Martin and his compan- timely insertion.
iTERED at ber, 1889, at 10 o’clock, a in, to respond and fur j
inzt D. A. nish testimony concerning said alleged failure. | ion Nimrods, got in from Steen |
¿WOpen Oct. 26th, 1889. iWCharges reasonable.
—Mr. Hale and grand-daughter,
Entry No Sept 26-14
J. B. HUNTINGTON. Register.
PCk “f HE',«,
this week “too much of a good to Prineville, Tuesday mornig.
I of fine, fat deer.
, in Harney "pLMBER CULTURE.
thing,” as it will take all the
parKwar. hereby sum
U nited S tates L and O ffice , |
—T he H erald will offer the
>earat thia Offlc. on the si h da> ..f
strength out of the little grass the
Burna, Oregon, Sept 19,1889 |
<89, at 10 o’clock, a m. to respond
; ladies of Harney valley, a handsome
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at ly meeting of the M. E. church will drouth failed to destroy.
estlmony concerning sail alleged this
office by Samuel Bailey against George
! Directoir jacket pattern, in a short
Rolf for failure to comply with law as to Tim her be held in Burns, instead of in Ilar-
J. B. HUNTINGTON Regialer. Culture Entry No. 890. dated May 4th, 1888, up
in Harney county, Oregon, with a view to can
—Goods, merchandise goods of
cellation of said entry; contestant allegingthat ' next day.
inst., after an absence of about four every kind, are on the road, and ar- j
the said George Rolf did not break, or cause
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
to be broken, five acres of «aid tract, or any
months in Baker county. Mr. rivals daily for the popular store of
part thereof: the said parties arc hereby sum i
jitxd ST atm L aw » Orru k . i
moned to appear at thia office on the 8th day of
Jura» Orejon, October 1. I1» >
' Harris expects to return some N. Brown.
1*89. at 10 o ’ c I ock , a m, to respond | Baker-Canyon stage was held
HEREBY GIVEN that the follow* November,
| time in December.
furnish testimony concerning said alleged i by road agents, on 18th inst., a
ttler hit filed notice of bin inu-n and
j —The general opinion regarding This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub
final proof in support of hi«< ¡»i.n. Sept.
lic with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register. ! Particulars given as soon as
—One of the pleasantest young the Shirk trial, is the jury will fail
Kd Office, at
! learn them.
ladies in the county, we were n- ' to agree, or “not guilty,” will be
gTOCK INSPECTOR’S NOTICE.
formed, was about to give her hand ; the verdict.
r, N E qr SW
C. 7, Tp. 20,
—The ladies of Harney gave a . in marriage to Mr. Boland Fine, of
Notice is hereby given that I have appointed
—L. M. Brown, Ed. Joy, Jas.
Attached, where is Kept all Sort« of Liquori.
concert in the new court house, last i the French ranch, and by mistake
ence upon the following Deputies:
David Miller,...................... Drewsey, Oregon, i
—. F. .Stenger,
week, that netted them $05.75, v e surprised parties aH around by Copshall, W. II. Culp and C. E.
O. V. Motley ..................... Harney,
Swell, find l’eter Cl«-
VV. D. Helmick
with which to buy an organ for I inadvertently announcing, Mr' Gilliam, are among the names on
C. M. Fields, (Catlow) ___ Winnemucca Nev.
their Sabbath school.
Thos. G. Dodson
. ..Burns. Oregon.
! Michael Finn of the Catlow ranch, | the Shirk jury.
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W m . MEEKER. Stock Inspector
as the happy man.
—J. B. Keeney, mail contractor ■
Harney, Harney co., Or.,
29-Jan. 1, 89.
—T. J. Parker, we understand
from Heppner to Burns, and other |
has sold his claim on unsurveyed
—The M. E. church pastor, mail routes, arrived in Burns, 21st J
» pick . )
A Closing Out
land to Mrs. M. Hibbler of Har preached his first sermon at Harney inst., from Pendleton.
ney, who has lumber on the ground at 11 a m, and the second in Burns
f his inten-
Great Bargains in Hardware, &c.
and a house partly up.
—In the Shirk trial prosecution
f his claim,
at 7 p m. The congregations that
<1 Office at
—Go to the Livery and Feed Sta
, 1889, viz:
| fense began taking testimony. As
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
ble of Reed
Cavin at the old appearance were very sparse, owing there were 38 witnesses summoned
r. and Lota 2,
Pioneer stand in Burns, when you to the three newspapers receiving by defense, trial is expected to run
W. M. lie
to obtain good livery accom no notice of his presence in the I all this week.
T1IUR8DAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889.
country, nor his appointments.
—We had the pleasure of meet
—The oldest man that has ever
—Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Turner, their
ing Mr. and Mrs. Julius Durkhei-
Official County Paper. daughter, Miss Turner, and a
mer at the Burns, Monday, where
younger son, witnesses in the Shirk rived Monday evening, and is reg they are stopping for a few weeks;
case, from Catlow, were registered
[ was born in North Carolina in 1800, the young couple are housekeeping
at the Burns, Saturday evening.
! and will be 90 years old next Feb in Prairie City, and appear to be as i
happy as the newly married ought
—J. I’. Dickinson, of Del Norte,
li is in ten-
ever to be. They have T he H er
HARNEY COUNTY ITEMS.
left with his team for Prineville, i age. The old gentleman lived in ald ’ s best wishes for a pleas ’.nt and I
I Office, nt
21st, and will remain away sever-
______________ I 1889, Viz:
Burns' Weather Record.
1 al weeks to look after his ranch in I is residing now in Idaho.
| Crook co., and return with supplies,
Oct. 10 to Oct. M3.
1 qr, 8er. 26,
—The Gage Sisters inform the
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
I Bit. E, W. M.
: and seed grain.
Ito prove hia Wednesday: fi pmi—Cold; thin ice.
ladies of Harney valley, their delay
H arih . x , Or., Oct, Sih, 1889. I
Iti vat ion of,
“The Leading Company of the Pacific Northwest.”
12 m—Quite warm.
in getting to Burns, about 15th inst., Enn. H erald : I write to inform you that
—C. M. Caldwell returned from is owing to delay in arrival of their the subseribers of your paper at this office
6 p m—Coo’l.
/Jr- MF-I’RIVATE DWELLINGS AND FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.
his late business trip to Portland, fine line of latest millinery from only receive one copy out of about four.
6 a m—Cool.
Saturday evening. While absent New York, but will be here this Will you please see v.-here the delay is?
The IF’armers’ Oompay.
12 m—Quite warm.
Mr. C. took in the State Fair, Port week, when the styles, prices, and
OF SALEM, OREGON.
6 p m—Cloudy,warm land Exposition, and every other assortment will be satisfactory to
H erald ’ s for Hardin are put in
Friday: C a m—Cloudy; warm. good thing in reach, and had a good i all. A cordial invitation is extend Burns office before 8 o’clock every J, C, PARKER, Agent,
time all round.
ed every one to be present at the Wednesday evening. On account
of reports of Prineville and Riley I
I —The “Texas” stands out bold, opening.
e of her in-
rt of the
6 p m—cold.
grand, and majestic as a Club
not getting their packages of Sept.
, I.. Baird
Room, Amusement Hall, and Evcn-
Saturday: 6 a m—Heavy
5, before Sept. 12, Hardin’s pack
I ing Resort, anil holds out for Re
26, 1889, viz: cold.
Horse shoes, nails, and all kinds age was duplicated for that date,
freshments whatever is called for of wrought iron'worked into shape
laird, De 1
Oct. 10th, the regular issue sent on 1
1 in Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
6 p m—Cool.
tc. 14, and i
to suit the public. Horseshoing 9th inst.
22, s.R.30, 1
tneasea to i
6 a m— -------------
cloudy. Ac., in any style ordered.
and other blacksmithing done on
I, and eulti-
in, John '
quick time at Tupker’s.
(inner, all ,
6 p in—chilly,raining /—Hon. Phil. Mctseham, wife
, Cih -
Register i off and on all night.
P roprietors .
SAYER A DORE
and little son, of Canyon City, vis
J. C. SHIELDS, - - - B urns , O r .
Monday: 6am—Cold; rain.
Is prepared to do all kinds of
over Sunday, returning to Harney
of Zf MEW TO-DAY,
1'2 m- ■cool; rainy.
The Burns Ladies’ Aid Society dental work in first-class style. 14
6 p in—Cold ; rain.
and more agreeable will not be met will give a Basket Social at the M.
11V E H T IS E M E N T ST
Tuesday: 6 a m—cold; rain all anywhere, will visit friends in E. church, on the evening of Nov.
through the night.
Drewsey before their return home. Sth. The ladies of Burns, Harncv,
12 m—cool; rainy.
F. A. COGSWELL
and vicinity, are solicited to be pre HAS. A. COGHWELL.
I. 1989. Í
6 p m—Cold; damp.
—Jim Moore, as bigamist, got a
Wednesday: 6 a m—Cool; rainy penitentiary for a great wrong sufficient for two; these to be sold
COGSWELL A COGSWELL.
12 m—clouds break against a young woman, (working to tl e highest bidder. Proceeds for
LAKEVIEW AND I.INKVII.LE. Or. i
And all kinds ofsurface lumber thoroughly senso»sd for bnilding purposes sud at
ing away; cool; sun shining bright. out for her living); an unborn child:
qr Sec 26;
a hard working wife; three little
B urns L adies ' A id S ociety .
27. Tp 26.
daughters; and the kind hearted
To keep posted
Read T he H erald .
lì co., or..
For Land Office news read T he support his family.
Red Front I.iverr A- Feed Stable.
. Or., and
H eb XL d .
—As will be seen by advertise
M. A. KELTON.
I take this wav to inform all cus
—Isaac Baer started to Prairie ment in our columns, Henry Cald tomers of the present, and past and
well. whose genial, clever disposition
City Tuesday morning.
Practices in the court« of the state, and bef
has made him “hail fellow” with
U. H. La h <i Office.
—Hendricks and Emerson: are, all who come to Burns, takes full Red Front Livery *<r Feed Stable,
together, fencing in unsurveyed charge of the new Livery and Feed that I take possession next Friday, Wachmaker & Jeweler
e in the!- land.
stable, just in course of completion. 25th, and will give personal atten
THE HEP.ALD HEADING ROOM.
Everything will be n.;w and first tion to all stock entrusted to care,
ill ab« ut th?
class in connection with this estab
zurea, »he took place on Main street, Sunday
IN HERALD OFFICE,
ein ß dar
lishment, upon which the jx-ople of and see that all Orders for Livery
_ Evening evening.
m to 5 p m.
ISV», a andß
I Burns look with much pride, and
•Ha il r vi
—The family if P. F. Stenger
Every and Lady Gentlemen a welcome Visitor to thia Free Read
HAY 4 GRAIN
W. C. B yrd .
returned from their trip to Baker services to all in need of Livery
Alwijion hand. And prompt attentfoß given
orden» ««If ‘eßrcß and venirle«.
City. Sunday evening