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THE J. BI RKHEIMER & CO’S. LOCAL-PAGE ADVERTISEMENT.
ONLY FIRST OLASS
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
J&. TV T3
FALL & WINTER, SUPPLIES
Our Prices are
K TV I S ES rt
the SAME as
JVt tlx© raiload -witlx freiglxt added.
SOLICIT YOUR TRACE
J. DURKHEIMER & CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY.
The Trial Trip.
—©Id papers 50c for 100.
—The St. Francis Academy, Ba
T he H erald , and Free Press for
—Quite a number of strangers in ker City, has the following Harney
.county pupils, the present session: four months, if you order in this or
—For Land Office news read T he Zella Bailey, Clara and Bessie next month, for only 90 cents.
U nitbd B tatbs L and Om< e . /
Stenger, Nora McCoy, Jennie Ra
w * Burnt Oregon, October 1, l'-'w d
cine and Francis Hewitt. This
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I •
—Marion Bunyard’s Ball, Nov. num' er will doul tless, be doubled
A Reported Newspaper Change.
up, settler has filed notice of
inn i J
* ! an
•1 • ke final proof in eupport . vi l.if-
bth .'ee adv.
¡••III liS, 'JreKvlt, u. t. Li. 1 9 I
As we understand, a number of
aid proof will be "made
mad< i •• -t. .<■ i-,.-
H ¡1ERE > • . . •*.\ .hut «he fui-
« hh <■, at
nd Receiver. U. ».
— all notices ,2.50 each; pay establish a central school with two Republicans met last Saturday ev
gon. on Saturday, Novu.. . ib>:*, viz: I . Li., uir.e set wr i.uB fned nutl( euf hi» nten
.. ...... ment in advance.
final r pruni
of his claim.
J. L < r> sa,
able teachers under a three-years ening, formed themselves into a
On Main street, Buru», Harney county, Oregon.
will be made before the
for the N WqrSB
W qr . , qr, N ¡: <|r > v and ihu: .-uid proof wil
Receiver. U. S. Land oflice at
—School bookscan be changed in ' contract, which is not at all likely. Joint Stock Publishing Company,
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b W qr N E«fe.fre<
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: I AT Register and Receiver,
W. M. He name«
Lril.i a ' m- v. ii n
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
so as to put the Items in the field
Harney county until Dec. 1st.
»i.lw e up n
Charles K Craft.,
—Prineville News: Cal. Gear, of during the coming State and coun
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, L( l,
n it ion
— Meals at the Parker House, Silverton, passed through town on
M. I Caldwell,
’ti'■ 1 c «?
of Ni:1! and NIC , of N’E ,, Sec. z". Tp. :...
I i llu»w»
just .i- >o-s th street from '! ■ Land Wednesday en route to Harney, ty political campaign as a Repub
8, R «-3, E. W. M.
-J. B. MMM to -
lican journal-the main spoke in the All »he Hotels, Restaurants, and Boarding Houses are on this street.
• illtcSfecE to pro\e his ■ ;iuiint > :-s; . -;i e office.
upon and cu
whefe he has bought a place.
wheel, however, is retained to di
Ward. T. s.
Wancn Cur.if, ami Smith
Mr. Gear is arranging to go into rect its ccurse (as hitherto) on the Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stable, where
J B. HUNTIN''1'>N, Regster. Marble Works, called at T he H er the nursery business next season,
the best of Accommodation is given, and Charges reasonable.
sea of journalism, so that its spirit,
U nitsd S tat «» L amd O u k r
ald office, Saturday.
Burnt, Oregon, October i. ¡ " i
•^IS HEREBY GIVEN that tl
T he H erald and Free Press, the financial success of the enterprise, ever. For it is by a past record the
settler has filed notice of his inten-
U nited S tates L and O ffice /
best local and family papers, both which will receive the hearty sup future is to be read.
e final proof in support of his claim,
Burns, Or., November 1, 1889. '
ON aid proof will be made before the
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at 1 for only $2.50 a year.
port of every resident citizen in our
ud Receiver, lT. 8. Land (Mine at
If the above be true, or not, we [
(on, on Saturday, Nov. 23, 18S9, viz: the Lakeview Land oflice, Oregon, by Ant'.n
—See Land Publication Notices county.
U’iinerineler against Frederick Viedernell
cherish the hope that it has under-1
i f). £8, for the 8 W qr N E qr, and Lots ?,
; of Charles F. Craft and Anton Win-
gone a sufficient change of heart to
: . 5, Tp. 20, 6, R 32 E. W. M
Hi ure Entry No. 730, dated June 8th, 1887, upon
i ■—Three sacks of cats are so much to
'allowing witnesses toprove bi* < on- Lots 1 <t 2, and E’-o SW1.,, Sec 7, Tp.!!», S. R. 32, E. j termeier, ir. this issue.
turn its energies into the work of
J needed by Prof. Hafford, of Milton, organizing
tideuce upon and cultivation <■(.
—Buchanan and Martin
the discordant elements
/is: John Fuqua, Charles Martin, gon, wilh a view to the cancellation of said en [
ith, and J. Jewett, all of Harnes
FOR A SQUARE MEAL
people into harmonious ,
Viedernell failed and neglected to break five I with a load, each, of freight
[ pils in chemistry, that he advertises action for the
acres of ground in said tract, and that he has W. E. Grace drug store.
J. B. H unting tom , Regituer.
not broken any number of acres whatever—
a liberal prize. There is nothing
which said complaint has been duly transferred
GO TO PARKER’S.
—There was a social hop at the like a telling illustration in teach resources of the country, instead ofj
to this said Land Oflice at Burns, Ore.—the said
parlies are hereby summoned to appear at this Riley school house, the evening ofj
ing any study. One of our local over local questions that (through
Oifice on the 11th day of December, 1889. at 10
o’clock, a m. to respond and furnish testimony the 25th, that was an enjoyable teachers accustoms the pupils to
I V. Tmrcn S tat »» L amd O fu . h . i
concerning said alleged failure.
exchanges with other papers all
rn», Oregon, September 27. i v i
hunting up the bones of cattle, coy over
J. B. HUNTINGTON’, Register.
the State) has served to give
S HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
| —Silver State: Stauffer & Sweet- otes and rabbits for use in the clas Burns and the Harney country a
ettle.r hn> filed notice of bis imi-n
j final proof in aupportof h . bn 11
STOCK INSPECTOR’S NOTICE.
: ser shipped ten car loads of beef
M proof will be made i <
a name for lawlessness neither de
ib’i" d Receiver, U.:8. Land nib.r.
i cattle to San Francisco, last even ishing to see how rapid is the pro serves. Let it take as strong a
Notice is hereby give!» that I have appointed
on,on Ttteaday. Nov. 12, l-'.'. '1/
ihe following Deputies:
• ‘ Wm. A. Miller,
stand for its political principles, if
... . Drewsey, Oregon.
—_. «820, lor the EU9 E qr. -
o. V. Motley
Post oflice department has de
they be Republican, as it pleases,
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W. D. Helmick
he lollowitiK witncMea t<> pi n r
T he H erald will co-operate in all HENRY CALDWELL
P roprietor .
M. Fields, (Catlow)
Winnemucca Nev. cided “Wash,” as the abbreviation
'T -ealdence upon and enltb nti n
fhes. G. Dodson
for the long name of the State of $800 has been raised in The Dalles except its work for that party.
I , is: J. A. Wllllame. R.E. Wiilinn k .
W m . MEEKER. Stock-Ii.spector.
Third st., South of H erald Building.
U' <«MK. J. WWtom», allot I:.'.',
Ilarnev, Harney co.. Or.,
29-Jau. 1, 89. Washington.
to defray the expenses of boring an
' lUi ity, Oregon.
J. B. HOtrnxOTOK Register.
—A little daughter of Simon artesian well. The stock is divid
Lewis, who was taken sick a week ed into shares of $50 and stock tional supply of new display type This new, fine, and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be equalled
ago, last Friday became so much holders are restricted to one share so as to keep it the best looking pa
in any part of Harney county for accommodations.
per in the county.
worse that Dr. Embree was sent each.”
HAY & GRAIN ON HAND. ’
¡O ffice , /
r 12, 1889J
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY for.
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
T he H erald is often asked the
Union Soldiers Take Notice!
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
* of her in-
—Go to the Livery and Feed Sta ! question, “What has become of
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
ort of the
ble of Reed & Cavin at the old the Burns Artesian Well project?”
Special attention given to the grooming and
Pioneer stand in Burns, when you : We can only answer, all sight or [
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 18S!>.
PL Land oflice,
care of Boarding and Transient Btock.
________ T________ 26, 1889, viz:
want to obtain good livery accom : sound of facts pertaining thereto, is upon to meet each other in Burns,
Thursday, November 28th, for the
(•“Open Oct. 26th, 1889. »»«“Charges reasonable.
lost. We were promised the sever purpose of forming a Post of the
Official County Papsr.
LBec. 14. and
al subscription ¡tapers to copy so Grand Army of the Republic.
?. 22. 8. R. 30,
itnef BCB to
country to shop, will find the Par soon as they came in, and there our j
J. C. W elcome ,
, ami culti-
ker House the very place to get a knowledge ended.
good, nicely cocked, palatable din
HARNEY COUNTY ITEMS.
J. B. H
The colored murderer, Gibbs, I Bed Front Livery «Jt Feed Stable.
—T iie H erald this week received passed through Tygh valley and i I take this way to inform all cus
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
Burns' Weather Record.
i its full and complete mail service, crossed Sherar’s bridge last Mon
of the present, and past and
I which gives us the opportunity to day. He crossed the bridge about I tomers
Oct. 31 to Nev. O.
traveling public, generally, of the
Wednesday: G p m—Cold; ice; and publish latest state and foreign 9 o’clock, Monday morning, bought Red Front Livery A Feed Stable,
This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub
the follow* ground frozen for first time.
a lunch, and continued on his way. that I take possession next Friday,
lie with the best rooms, table, and service tli« town affords.
of his inten-
—Lon. Cleaver, of Baker City, is Between Sherar’s bridge and Salt 25th, and will give personal atten
f his claim,
to take Henry Rinehart’s position Springs he purchased another lunch tion to all stock entrusted to care,
6 p m—Cool.
as register of the La Grande Land and engaged supper at Salt Springs I and see that all Orders for Livery
Thusday: G a m—cool; sunny; Oflice, and A.C. McClelland, of Is that night, continuing on his journ
and Feed accommodations are
qr. See Sfi: muddy.
Attached, whore iw Kept all Bort» of Liquor*.
land City, J. T. Outhouses’place as ey without stopping. He was promptly and carefully filled.
27, Tp 25.
receiver of same oflice, some time dressed in light clothes and wore a
W. C. B yrd .
6 p m—cold.
blue shirt, and is a light-complex-
\. ioned mulatto. He was continuing
i» of Riley, Barney co.. : .
Friday: Gam—cold; frosty.
1» Paisley, Lake co.. Or«
12 m—cool; sunny.
WARRKN TRUITT, IL- r •
is boring an artesian well in the on the road to Canyon City, and
west end of the new livery stable. told all iiersons who made inquries
6 p m—cool.
He has gone 60 leet to date. If he that he had been working in a saw
Saturday: 6 a m-32®-cold.
12 m—cold; sunny,
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
Burns will amply reward the enter- doubt that this is Gibbs, as from
his appearances and actions he
fi p in—cold;
-a copi". °"«“
“The leading Company of the Pacific Northwest.”
gave unmistakable evidence that he Publication Notices, correctly and promptly
Sunday: : 6 a tii-26 ® -cold;
attended to. Deeds. Notes, mid Mortgages
’RlVATE DWELLINGS AND FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.-***^*1
Im. »nd lb
legibly drawn up. Charges reasonable. 11-50.
Burns, starts on Monday, to take
i| ; " ic Rc»l»>er
rd ■ r Derew2
The Farmers’ Company.
charge of the Poison creek school.
Monday : G a m-24 ® -cold.
M tb . \V. brings with her from her
till! ' f.;, the s'
Go to Tnpkrr’H.
OF SALEM, OREGON.
GEO. W BARNES.
M. K. BIGGS,
late home in Hedrick. Iowa, the
J. C, PARKER, Agent,
highest testimonials of scholarship,
6 p m—cold;
BARNES <t BIGGS,
and theory and practice in school of wrought iron worked into shape
Tuesday: Ga m-26®-cool;
to suit the public. Horseshoeing
Attorneys at Law,
and other blacksmithing done on
Regi» « r.
practice I fl nil of the courts of the State.
—The “Texas” stands out bold, quick time at Tupkcr’a.
Any business placed in care of this flrm will be
G p m—cold; dry un
give n prompt atte ntion,
grand, and majestic as a Club
Wednesday: 6 a ni-24c-cool;
ing Resort, anti holds out for Re
» • I
freshments whatever is called for
The Burns Ladies’ Aid Society
G p m—cool.
in Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, will give a Basket Social at the M.
Beers, Temperance Beverages, Ci E. church, on the evening of Nov.
County politics are looming up. gars, etc., in any style ordered. - 8th. The ladies of Burns, Harney,
P roprietors .
SAYER A DORE
Will oe given by
and vicinity, are solicited to be pre
—Louis Schaedlich, of Blanton, sent with a small lunch basket,
NW qr of
Our Republican fellow citizens was in Burns. Friday and Saturday, sufficient for two; these to lx- sold
N. R : 3 E.
prove his held a meeting this week “to prepare
an<l made fimll proof on the ranch, to the highest bidder. Proceeds for
J -i •
At hi» Residence at the Head of Boom* I aland o
; in Silvies valley, lie has selected for church pt rposcs.
Bmi h, all to meet the foe" on the political
field of battle in good shape, by an his home. According to our opin
Friday Eve, Nov. 8 ’89
B urns L adies ’ A id 8< h ietv .
ion here is a first-rate chance for
endeavor to put their càuse before some good and industrious German
the people of the State and county, girl to securea fine, large, and hand Millinery Opening in fiurnN, Thum- J ap . M c K innon , W ill K ing , D avb S cott , i
through the medium of a legiti some German farmer for a husband.
The B< st of Muric will be furniahed, and a |
General Good Time »Mured.
have a formal
». I vo. I
mately conducted journal, If their
the f liow-
TICKETS - - (Including Supper) - - |2.00
And all kind* ofanr.'scr lnml«r thoroughly MMoned for balldlng yurpoara and at
inien- efforts secure this object, the Har-
Mitchell, with their children, three Thursday (Nov. 7), Friday and Sat
vrryihhig Fir»' < !■•» and a General
be relieved from daughters and two sons, passed urday, and extend cordial invitation Invi u’lon extended to All.
utterly useless through Betiiah, last week, on their to all the ladies c.f IL.rn. y touuly
B**?, Til the
columns of land quarreling that way to a new home in Idaho, where to call in and inspect their hand
P. H. MURPHY.
give* the impression (despite our they decided to locate their sheep some display of the latest styles in LAKEVIEW
nriun *»f small criminal docket), that this is
We wish them a pleasant trip and N<w York City. Give the new
HAY A GRAIN
I Eures, a community of recklessly lawless
a prosperous future, such as the in store a visit of welcome, whether Alwuygon bind, »nd prompt attention given ¡
• r mmw
dustrious and honest deserve.
von wish to purchase, er n< t.
N. B. A Goxl road all the way.
• .r^i ri o-wf ♦r’*w»R »nd veklelee
RED FRONT” FEED & LIVERY STABLE!
A GRAND BALL