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THE J. DURKHEIMER & CO’S. LOCAL-PACE ADVERTISEMENT.
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X j OWEST
ONLY FIRST CLASS
n M E R S
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
S T O C.OEE.
FALL i WINTER SUPPLIES.
H -A. I S EH S
Our Prices are the
At tlx© raiload -w-itlx freig-lxt added.
J. DURKHEIMER & CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY.
>0» ’X ADVERTISEMENTS.
—©Id papers 50c for 100.
—Mrs. Alta Sizemore is quite ill.
Swamp Land Contest blanks at this office
—Meals at the Parker House,
for 15c each, or 2 for 25c, or the blanks
made out neatly and correctly for one dol just across the street from the Land
lar and a halt' each. I). L Grace being a office.
properly qualified Notary Public.
—R. J. McKinnon it Son rented
the Burns hotel and takes charge
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
—Mr. and Mrs. Grace, of T he
Burns, Oregon, October 26. 1889.| I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- ' H erald , are boarding at the Par-
ing-named Bottler hatf filed notice of his inten ker House.
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
—The result of the Shirk trial
Register and Receiver, U. S. Land office, at
Burns, Or., on Monday, December 9th, 1889, viz: was the all absorbing topic of in
terest, last week.
H. E. No. 697, for the W'.j of SW’4, SE’4 of SWVA
—Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Levens
SW>4 of SE*4, Sec. 34, Tp. 22, S.K.31 E. W. M.
lie namcB the following witneBSCH to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of and Wm. Levens arrived from the
said land, viz: H. Dixon, i, ’ Henry
__ .!........ t . Willamette, Monday.
A. McKinnon, and Peter < Clemens,
—Mrs. C. M. Caldwell it Son re-
j.n. hcntinotox , Regiiter. tires thia week from the manage-
ment of the Burns hotel.
CTOCK INSPECTOR’S NOTICE.
—A complete set of Dickens’
“kí!, ,>1", 1 ,,"v<'a''’■oi,’tc<, works, 12 volumns, T he H erald
. Drewsey, Oregon i and Free Press for only $3.50.
O. V’. Motley ..................... Harney,
W. I). Helmick
—The millinery goods of the
<’. M. Fields, (Catlow)
Gage Sisters, were sent from New
rhc.fi. G. Dodson
W m . MEEKER. Stock-Inspector. York to Baker City, hence the de
Hainvy, Harney co., <>r.,
J.i-Jan. 1. s'J.
—Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morrison,
who attended the several services
of the quarterly meeting, remained
¡over Sunday, at J. C. Parker’s.
IIA8 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
—Vale Atlas: E. J. McCornack,
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
attorney, ’ and Williams, steno-
--------------------------------— I grapher, of Salem, went out to Har-
Tiit’RSDAY, O ctober si, issi.------------ nev jo atten(] court on Monday.
—Chas. F. Craft is in Burns to
BURNS METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
M c C art . Pastor.
—Several of our citizens were There will A. be M.
preaching by the pastor in each
supeened to testify before the Grand month
as follows, until further notice:
S tats » L akd Omo. i
1st Sabbath—Burns—at 11 a in, and 7:80 p m,
Jury this week.
Burns, Orvguu, Sept. 17. !■" ' i
Dia-\ 2d Sabbath—Island School House— at 11 a m.
HEREBY GIVEN that the lol
— Harney—at 7:80 p m.
1111(1 settler ha» Sled notiee of hisinten
mond, reports about two inches of 3d Sabbath—Burns—at 11 a m, and 7:30 pm. 4i
iral proof le «upportof his i biini.
D Sr Pro»1 will *» ro*de
4th Sabbath—Harney—at 11 a m, and 7:80p m.
snow in his vicinity, this week.
0111 Eeceiver, U. 8. Land Office nt
II li\- iFriday, October 25th, IB»’.'. viz
—Isaac Baer, the enterprising
On Main street, Burns, Harney county, Oregon.
Report of EuteFpria« School
and agreeable J. Durkheiiner it Co.
for the BE!-; of See. ¡7. I p
M. He name* the following
merchant, resident in Burns, arrived In District No. 14 for month ending October 18:
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
days taught ...........
rrove hi» contluuoua rmlum
Wednesday evening, from a busi No.
No. pupils enrolled.
tYlytivatlon of »aid land, viz u m
Mahon, Peter Delore, ami ' l-m
ness trip to Prairie City.
No. days absence
Bum» P. O. Harney eo.. oi. z .. h
No. times tardy.
—J.M. Parker’s son, at SageHen, Average
J B. HUNTINGTON. K.-mcm
All the Hotels, Restaurants, and Boarding Houses are on this street.
. .. 11.8
who was pronounced convalescent,
R oll of honor — grade above 80,
Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stable, where
from a late attack of fever, has a Currie (awlfield
Nettie T a «we
the best of Accommodation is given, and Charges reasenable.
Orem/ ,T»» S tats » L and O tfii k . i
1 trn» Oregon, October 1,
—L. Woldenberg, of Cedarville, Frank
1EREBY GIVEN that the f..ll.uc
ler has filed uotlce of hi» ¡men
Modoc co., Cal., will open a store, Laura
□al proof in »upportof him’i»im.
clothing and gents furnishing goods,
proof will be made before I he
I da R oberts , Teacher.
Receiver, U. S. Land Office, nt
in Harney. We wish the gentle
, on Saturday, Nov. 28. is»'1. ' iz
J. L. CroSs,
>r the N W qr 8 E qr, N K qr s W
D>, qr, SWqrN Eqr, Sec. 7, 1 p .0.
—T. H. Gear returned from his
I M. He names the following »n
The Burns Ladies’ Aid Society
trip to the Willamette, Sunday,
y_ IT j his continuous residence in "
will give a Basket Social at the M.
, I I.Of. Mid laud. VU: P. F. Stenger,
, C. M. Caldwell, and l’eter i le
FOR A SQUARE MEAL
Miss Ida. Mr. G., it will be remem E. church, on the evening of Nov.
Sth. The ladies of Burns, Harney,
J. B. HUMTINOTOM BegiHter.
ill Kil r________________
and vicinity, are solicited to be pre
GO TO PARKEB’S.
ranch on Prather creek.
sent with a small lunch basket,
jy wbit: ' —
sufficient for two; these to be sold
tro S tat »» L aud Omc k . '
happy bridegroom and bride of to the highest bidder. Proceeds for
———Im», Oregon, October 1. I»»'1, i
Catlow, returned to Burns, Wednes church purposes.
KREHY GIVEN that the full. «
Tp ler he» filed notice of hi» inten-
day, and paid a year’s subscription
\ .ial proof in support of hi» elmni.
B urns L adies ’ A id S ociety .
to T he H erald , the first number
proof will be made befen- Hie
1V| Receiver, U. 8. Land office nt
of which was mailed to their ad-
in Saturday, Nov.'Ul, lsxn, viz
dress, 30th inst.
> 1 1 1 ’orthcS W qr N Eqr. ami I el» :.
Tp. 20, 8, JU 82 E. W. M. II.
H arihn , Or., Oct. Sth, 1889.
iwrng witncinca toprove hl» eon
passed through Burns, Thursday, Ei is. H erald : I write to inform you that HENRY CALDWELL
nee upon jind cultivation of.
P roprietor .
John Fuqua, Charle» Minim,
the subscribers of your paper at this office
and J. Jewett, all of Harm-y
Oct. 23, 1889, at Harney, Orc., by on their way home in Catlow valley. only receive one copy out of abou four.
Third st., South of H erald Building.
J. II. Loggan, J. P., Mr. J. II. Ward Mr. Shirk is now a free man, so far Will you please see v.here the delay is?
J. B. HUMTIKOTON. Begif n r.
as the killing of Isaacs is concerned,
and if Mr. Shirk did that deed in
H erald ’ s for Hardin arc put in
defense of his life, he will have no
and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be equalled
—Mrs. W. W. Johnson and regrets for his action in the matter. Burns office before 8 o’clock every This new, in fine,
” S tat
_ »» L am » Omen. (
of Harney county for accommodations.
HARNEY COINTY ITEMS.
Wednesday evening. On account HAY & GRAIN part
younger children returned, 28th,
, Ore»ou, September 27, is»'.'. I
ON HAND. ’
FRF.BY GIVEN lhatlhr
Burns* Weather Record.
erhw Sled notice of hi» ini, u
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
tives in Sellwood, Multnomah coun held quarterly meeting according not getting their packages of Sept.
cal proof In support of h ». m
Oct. 23 to Oct. 30.
ty. Loyd and Hester remained in to announcement in T he H erald 5, before Sept. 12, Hardin’s pack
made benue the
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
['I IV técelTer, UvA Land <H’u >• u:
last Saturday and Sunday. We ac age was duplicated for that date, For the Road on demand. Special attention given to the grooming and
on Tuesday. Nov. 12, lw. . i/
Wednesday: 6 a m—Cool; rainy school.
he TCTÌVm. A. Millar,
12 m—clouds break- —We have several times had the knowledge a very pleasant visit, Oct. 10th, the regular issue sent on
care of Boarding and Transient stock.
JAforttwEUS E qr, See. e. iugaway; cool; sun shining bright, pleasure of meeting J. M. Duggins, Saturday, from both the Elder and 9th inst.
, Sec. M, Tp. 20. 8 R ai I:, w M
Oct. 26th, 1889. fWt'harges reasonable.
lollowin» witnesses to
6 p m—cool.
1 formerly from East Tennessee.
ce upon sud cullivi li i
A. Williams. K.E. Wb ,,
B. J. Williams, allei i>
—Trial of D. L. Shirk for murder Diamond, reports this week, that
12 m—cool; cloudy.
old Johnson county friends, is fnrm-
. th —ditto.
: ing here, contented and happy in of Jas. Isaacs, began 18th inst.; 19th he does not get his H erald regu
J. B. HCNTIMMM BeKi- ' !■
and 20th in selecting jurors; 21st larly. We assure him it is put in
Friday: 6 a m—cool; showery. | hiB new home.
\ first witness examined; eight wit the Burns poBtoflice promptly every
12 m—cool; raining.
6 p in—cold; rain.
and family, are preparing to move I nesses for the State, thirty-two for week.
8TA1KS L amb Orm >: <
Saturday: 6 a m—cold.
I’ftpRiETOR M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
I from the Harney country next defense gave in testimony between
W i - ta r m«, Ore»un, Oenrber 1.. 1" '
J. II. Delore, single packet to
21st and 24th. Attorneys for State
12 m—cold; rain.
NT l EREBY GIVEN mat til. f ! '
ha» Hied Wire <if I" >
6 p m—cold;
A J7., 7 ««»•’
Mr. McG. is a live, liberal business comsumed 81 minutes by their week, that he has had only two pa-1
lbf, 5“.eh» «fine relate of J/1. r>
This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub
to any community that speeches; for defense 1:14 in plead pers in the past six weeks, and
1,11j»t »aid proof will ¡Bin»-.’
ing their cause. Jury out over 31
,«-••«<> Receiver, U.S. Lan 1
. adjacent hills.
lic with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
claims his services as a citizen.
on Tuesday, Nov. «, lw, viz
hours. Verdict returned: “Not Guil
12 m—cool; muddy.
6 p m—cold, snowing
CIICB 8«* the estate of J. L. Bairl. In
SIKH •**. ♦*>, for Lot» 1 A 2, Sec 11, m i by 10 p. m.
"_AI»i»5&S8ee.lS,T.22.» i: "
shall continue to do.
Dentil at Blitzen.
Monday: 6 a m—very cold; frost Durkheimer store, took advantage
ameetha followingwlti n < in
Attached, where is Kept nil Sort, of Liquors.
Ginou» rcaideneeuBOD, ami
Died, on the 25th of October, nt Blitsen, Harney
and ice; snowing by 7 o’clock.
„.„land, via: John Martin. • i
Oregon, A dele , daughter of Albert and
week, and subscribed for The Cen county,
BMFoley, arid William Bkli
Bertha Butsey, aged 11 years und 4 months.
JW*y county, Oregon.
pm, a lady's
6 p m—Cold; cloudy.
J. B. HUNTINGTOM, RcKiater
The subject of the above notice
Tuesday: 6 a m—cool; cloudy. magazines published in the world. was sick but five days from pneu black zephyr shawl. Can be had
12 m—cold; steady fall —The “Texas” stands out bold, monia. The remains were brought at this office by calling and paying
of rain and Hake snow by 9.
grand, and majestic as a Club to Burns, Sunday, Oct. 27th, and for this notice.
Room, Amusement Hall, and Even the funeral attended by many of
»» S tat »» L aud Orno, (
Go toTiipkci 'n.
• ew, Oragon, October 7,1»' i
Resort, and holds out for Re our warm hearted citizens and
KREBY GIVEN thattl .
nails, and all kinds :
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
er has filed notire of hi» inten- Wednesday: 6 p m—Cold; ice; and freshments whatever is called for families, to whom the- bereaved
worked into shape
al proof in support ol h., .
in Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, parents express earnest thanks for
-^root will be made bei
“The Leading Company of the Pacific Northwest.”
lecelvrr at Lakevlen. "
Beers, Temperance Beverages, Ci the kindly respects shown their lit to suit the public. Horseshoeing
6 p m—Cool.
r- fg^-PRIVATE DWELLfNGS AND FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.
etc., in any style ordered. - tle darling. The services held at and other blacksmithing done on i
quick time at Tupker’s.
r the SW qr of NW qr
—Rev. A. M McCart, the young the Burns cemetery were simple
The farmers’ Oompany.
id BE qr of NEqr, Sei
The Trial Trip.
—A dance on Silver creek last minister sent to the Harney circuit and impressive.
names the following on -- - I
.noons resldenee nj-m mi.i
OF SALEM, OREGON.
by the M. E. conference, has the
land, vie: Henry E.
T he H erald , and Free Press for
Lake F O., Lake ■
Riley, Hamy eo . i>-. m i
Christian, and T he H erald
iaieg. Lake co., preu.m
H erai . d
U nited S tates L and O ffice .
next month, for only 90 cents.
Burn*. Oregon. Ort. 1*, 1 mm 9.
WARREN TRUITT, .......
—Mrs. Lucy Baird will reside j in n I trusts the work placed in his E ds . H erald : Please make Lucy Baird’* Fi
Iletl Front I j I vitv A- Feed Stable.
Burns this winter.
nal Proof Notice read: “Lot« 1 A 2, Sec. 14, and
I take this way to inform all cus
—Coldest, dampest morning of
which is the best welcome we can SO, E. W. M. Yours Respectfully,
of the present, and past and
the season on Monday.
J. B. H untington , Kegtater.
give him, or the church he repre
traveling public, generally, of the
—See final proof notice of Charles sents here.
Above is given in order to make Red Front Livery
Fletcher, T. II. Smith and Chas.
—The Gage Sisters inform tho two points: 1st. That the Register that I take possession next Friday,
Zeigler, in this issue.
ladies of Harney valley, their delay keeps a sharp lookout on printers’
— II. Mason, of the firm of Mason, in getting to Burns, about 15th inst., errors, that if not detected might 25th, and will give personal atten
tion to all stock entrusted to care,
I in sup- Lux & Miller, was in Burns, Sat
f will be
isowing to delay in arrival of their invalidate a publication; 2d, That and see that all Orders for Livery
P roprietors .
at Lake urday.
SAYER & DORE
fine line of latest millinery from T he H erald was not in error, as and Feed accommodations are
—Go to the Livery and Feed Sta New York, but will be here this the figures referred to in the above promptly arid carefully filled.
ble of Reed
Cavin at the old week, when the styles, prices, and did not show up in the copies the
W. C. B yrd .
Pioneer stand in Burns, when you assortment will be satisfactory to Land Office received—a careful
want to obtain good livery accom all. A cordial invitation is extend ; comparison of Register's “copy,”
ed every one to be present at the and his correction, with the paper,
Callow Valley Item«.
and proof from the unchanged type,
—Ladies coming in from the opening.
—Mr. and Mrs. Turner, and eon,
country to shop, will find the Par —Vale Gazette: C. M. Caldwell,
ker House the very place to get a of Burns, was a very pleasant caller of difference between them except Geo. Turner, arrived borne, 29th
good, nicely cooked, palatable din at the Gazette office a few days ago. from faultv presa-w<>rk in the papT, inst., from Harney. Were five days
Caldwell had been __________
to Portland the “1” in the “15,” and “2” in the on the road.
—Mr. and Mrs. Julius Durkhei- taking in the Exposition and buy- “22” failing to make clear impres —Wrn. Herron, one of T he H er
And all kind« ofturfare lumber thoroughly seasoned for building purposes and a*
Ma Intcn- mer left to-day at r >n for Can on ing goods.
ald ’ s subscribers in Cedarville,
He has 10,000 pounds sion.
T he H erald is unquestionably Cal., was taken seriously ill, with
Mrs. D. made many friends of wet groceries on the way, and he
bri« re the City,
says that the ‘‘Red Front” saloon setting up the neatest, cleanest and pneumonia, on the road home from
during her short stay in Burns.
— Married, on Silver creek. Oct. will be prepared to keep the boys most tastefully arranged Publica Harney, and had to atop at Mr.
..... of ..........
_ well supplied all winter. He sub- tion Notices of any of the newspa Wall’s, at Roaring springs. The
23d, 1889. Charles Adams
scribed for the best local paper, the pers in the whole Harney Land Turners took charge of him and he
to Mrs. Maltha Mogan,
Esq Williams launched their Gazette, while in Vale and proposes District, and invites the closest scru is now at their ranch, where he will
become better acquainted with tiny, at all times, with thanks for remain till able to travel.
__ __ the sea of Matri-
N. B. A Good road all the way.
T. E A.
our town and people.
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Official County Paper.