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THE J. DURKHEIMER & CO’S. LOCAL-PAGE ADVERTISEMENT.
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
Our Prices are the
FALL & WINTER SUPPLIE
At tlxo zretiloetcl "witlx fx-oiglxt added
J. DURKHEIMER <& CO,
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THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY.
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—C. M. Caldwell is slowly con —R. J. Baker, uf Silver creek, was
A'Circulating Library is
in town, Monday, in search of a
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to be opened in T he H erald build
—J. C. Garrett has not yet re first-class teacher for his district.
I TIMBER CULTURE.
ing, in the room adjoining the print
turned from California.
—Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morrison ing office, Nov. 25 th, for the pur
U nited S tates L and O ffice , l
—For a neat turnout, go to the subscribed for a copy of T he H er pose of lending books and current
Burns, Oregon, Sept 19, 1889 |
h«»R»,U»iT*D STATta L and O fhcic , |
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at Red Front Livery stable.
Burna. Oregon, Octabar 12, iw.t
ald , to be sent one year to a rela periodicals—the tie files! literature
i HEIIKBY GIVEN that th. f..l!.. a
—School books can be changed in tive.
__ by daily
___, mail, to
d Battler ha* Sled notice of her in- Rolf for failure.tp comply with law as to Timber
tnvn*k«i llual »root In aupuori ■ ' < , on the NW i 4 of Sec. L3, Tp. 27 8, R. 31 E. W M. Harney county until Dec. 1st.
—The finishing work is being ]>ut\!l^
desire Jo ^make :i an arrange
heir* of tne ca'ate of J. I.. i:«tnl
Harney county, Oregon, with a view to can
—Mrs. Haskell is remaining with
TTiv.dthttaald proof will be ma-le le i iu
on the Huntington building, this ment by
..... . winter • sup
1 l1-’1 itar and Receiver, U. 8. lAn.l ..Hire, cellation of Fuid entry ; eontes’ant alleging that friends in town during this week.
ply of reading matter will l e al
in. ... <oo. on Tueaaay, Nov. 26,1--nt Ito be broken, five acres uf said tract, or any
—Rev. T. V. B. Etnbree preached
part thereof; the said parties are hereby sum
‘ >dx ut thcentale of J. L Baird. De moned to appear at this office on the 26th day of in the Island school house last Sun neatest dwellings in town.
for Lon ] A .. g,.,. H nn,j December, 1889, at 10 o’clock, a in, to respond
’> «<-t and Lota SM Sec. 15, T. 22, s. It. 30, and furnish testimony concerning said alleged day.
—Miss Gunther having made ar
i™«! e vanjea thofbllawli>gfv1ti,i ff . f to failure.
—Meals at the Parker House, rangement with the Gage Sisters, j
.rimi .tlnuoua realdenreopon, bi : ,nt:i Nov. 14-51
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register.
Tune—“Oh, Happy be We J’
id land, via: John Martin, J..bn
just across the street from the Land has opened a dress-making busi- j
lea Koley,aud William Skim • m nil
¡ ness in connection with the millin To Texes I will go, yes, I will go,
ruey county, Oregon.
Whenekr I want to’knuw, I want to know,
j B HUNTINGTON, Regiater
ery establishment—cutting and fit What there’s in Burns io drink,
U nited S tates L and O ffice . |
In th’ glasses cheeriul ’clink,
Burns, Oregon, September 19, 1889.1
ting a specialty.
At Texes Bar.
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED nt house.
th'fi office bv <>. I’. Bolcotr against D. A.
when I want to si toke, I want to smoke,
—Miss Teresa Young is teach —Mrs. Grace received, this week, And
Dets, for abandoning ids Homestead Entry No.
807, dated June K’th, 1887, upon the E’., ofSE qr, ing remainder of her term of school a beautiful assortment of house Anti hear a good old joke, a good old joke,
At th’ Texes there will be
tciTR? S tatzs L and O ffice , i
See. 29: NE qr of NE qr. Sec. 32; NW qr of NW
plants, from the Bloomington Nur Cigars for you and me
eview, Oregon, October 7, 1889. t
qr. Sec. :!3. Tp. 28, S. R. 31. E. W. M . in Harney on the Island.
At Texes Ear.
HEREBY GIVEN that the follow
—Charges reasonable for livery sery, consisting of several each of For Whisky, Wine, and Beer, Fun without fear,
¿tiler han filed notice of his in:v;i- mid entry; the said parties arc hereby sum
tinal proof in uupport of his claiiu, moned to appear at this office on the 26th day service at the Red Front Livery tea, china and noisette roses; lilies; There’s naught to beat it here, to beat it here.
* -"41 will, be made be fore the l)e< ember, 1889. at 10 o’clock, a in, to respond
tulips; caronations; and fuchsias; For Liquors’, Mixed or Straight,
. .Xeceivsr at Lakeview, oivg.ai, and furtiisn testimony concerning said alleged and Feed stable.
■ l!dh, 1889, via:
clematis laurel,’ and roses They’re always made first-rate
At Texes Bar.
IDE« Bartoa Conrad,
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register
yard. D. L. Grace, also,
service at Enterprise school house,
, for the 8W qr of NW qr. Sec 26;
added choice fruit and shrubbery to
Del Node Items.
,• andSE qr of ne
y 1M BE R C ULT U RE.
next Sabbath, 24th.
e size dtuKie
I; names the following witnesses >
g residence upon, ana
is building an addi-
he H erald and Free Press, the
nited S tates L and O ffice . <
I Jalil laud, viz: Henry Kgli. An
Burns, Oregon, Sept. 19, 1889. (
—Dr. Etnbree is boarding his tion to his dwelling.
best local and family papers, both
st.. Ntt Silver J-ake P O.. Lake co., or..
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED at
l 8» of Riley, Harney co., Or , ard
—Considerable fall grain has
Pierce’s, 1 so
this office by -fames Wadinan against Wni. for Only $2.65 a year.
the ® 1 >11, Pahyey, Lake co,, Oregon.
Henrkk for failure to comply with law ns to
—J. C. Wooley and A. Hembree »as to enable them to attend the E En been sown here this fall.
WARREN TRUITT, Beglatcr.
r <biE«6!: .
26, 1885. Upon the SE qr, See. 32, Tp 27, S., R. 31 | brought a house in town on wheels, terprise school.
The doctor allows
—Geo. Stovall is making some
E. W. M., in flarnev county, Oregon, with a!
' ill I «I'll--—, ■.
no obstacles to hinder him in the very neat desks for our school.
view to the cancellation ofsaid entry; contestant I Wednesday morning.
alleging that the said Win. Henrick failed to
—Grant Gilham and \V. Jones
—The French hotel had the discharge of one of his most sacred
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brbak or c ause to !.e broken, five acres of the
said tract, within a > ear after th“ ¿ate of filing . walk in front of the house neatly parental duties, that of arming and left, yesterday, for Crook county.
?d find) rvlaw, Oregon, October IS, l-s? 1
and that he has not upto the presuur date brok- I
equipping his children with a good
—Chas. Morrison is expected
en, or caused to l: hrokeu, five « res of the, laid in gravel, last week.
pleat! •; . HEREBY ÜIVEN ttiatth. f I
said tract, the said jarties atu hereby sum-I
—Cal. Geer is arranging flues for education, with which, to success home daily with freight for Burns.
ettler has filed notice of his inten- mured to appear at this ofth e
'he 26th day
iute and make final proof in sup of December, 1889, at lUo’cloc k, a in, to respond the residents of Burns, in good fully encounter the inevitable strug
—Chas. Stone has proved up on
lairn. aud that said pn>of will l e and iumiBh testimony concerning said alleged I
existence. May they rise his land and moved to California.
shape and at reasonable prices.
the Register or Receiver at l ake failure.
n, un December 16th, 1IW!>, viz
J. B. HUNTINGTON, Register.
—Newt. Hoover is building a
—Thornton Williams expects to , lip and call hi im blessed in the years
Themas If. I mith,
nice residence on his Island ranch.
to move his family to Burns and io
7, for the 8H«f NEor.and N1,, of flNAI. PROOF.
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winter here, so we are informed.
—As will be seen by the new ad —Several parties from here are
nesees to prove nia continua* s resi-
U nited S tates L and O ffice , i
and cultivation of said Im 1. viz:
—C. A. Sweek rented the Stenger vertisement on our local page, C. on the road for freight and bud -
_____ nan, Alexander Muntijo. ( barbs
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow house and expects to move his fam Geer, who recently bought out the plies.
”* Augustus Collins, all of Diamond
ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten
. cuuut.v, Oregon,
—Guy and Roy Dickinson are
to make final proof in support of his claim, ily to Burns, so soon as it is vacted. McGowan hardware store and busi
WARREN TRUITT, Register.
and that said proof will be made before the
a good watering place
—Jasper Davie was expected to i ness. is ready to enter into business
Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at
Burns, Oregon, on Friday Decern. 27, IftW, viz: I get in from the railroad with sup- relations with the purchasers in ! on the former’s ranch.
J. !<:. I>eea,
—A road has been viewed out
: plies for his store in Harney this Harney county. They will find
Pre. D. S. No. 27: 7, for the SU NW qr, NE qr NW
opened up from Calison’s to
Mr. G. an obliging, agreeable gen
qr anil NE qr SW qr. Sec. : 3, Tp. 28, S It 31 E. W week.
M. He names the following witnesses to prove
the Ilappy valley road, via. Del
honor^lf»IT»n 8TAT1I« l.lHD Orrl' K, j
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
' lew, Oregon. Oclcber 15, i.w. >
of said land, viz: George Miller, W. M. Haves, < got in with their eight-horse teams, the opinion we formed of him dur Norte.
- — HEREBY GIVEN that tbA
Frank S. Reidcr, and Joe McLaughlin, all of
— Little Geo. Stovall came near
jttler has filed notice of his inten- Blitzen, Harney county, Oregon.
| Monday, with merchandise for ing his visit the past summer, and
final proof iu support of his (1a .m. Nov 14-51
loosing his life, yesterday, by a
d proof will be made before rim
receiver, at Laktvlew, Oregon, < n
—Lee Caldwell did not return and make his acquaintance when fractious animal getting him down
A. A. Cowing, but remained in town even if you are not intend and trampling him severely.
—J. P Dickison returned from
for treatment by an ing to purchase.
last Saturday, with seed
—Patrick Sullivan, who killed grain, supplies, etc., and says the
, for the 8W qrof NE qr, NW qr o
Feed stable is the place to put lip John Bronkee in his cabin on Pine grass and fall grain looks fine ow
Vqrof NE qr.Sec 10.Tp:;o I:
I NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
: following wltuuMAB to
team; horses fed. watered and creek, Grant county, the 1st of last ing to the rains they have had there.
¿¿•jnc* npon, and mltir
—J. A. Manly will wield the rod
M. MfFl- I: Alexander Monlijo. Au-u. ns
April, was hung November 15th,
and T. H. Sn,it>,. ml
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1SS9.
the school here this winter, com
■. F. B|< .5 Wadman.
—Rev. McC'artc made a call on
O., Harney counpr. On .. ,
WARREN TktJlTT, Regia . r
the citizens to raise a subscription to of trial. Thus Grant lias hung her mencing 18th inst. As wc have no
the church against fire; a second taker of human .life within school house yet, he will teach in
Official County Paper. insure
UlttraD S tats * Lutoornc r.j
seven months. The ' News, with the house vacated by R. A. Hend
good move, decidedly.
, Burba,Ur*vi>a,Oatol>er 2-. I-- - >
i at the < H ereby * -
—W111. Minot, of the Red Front creditable enterprise, enme out with ricks and family.
t hie inten-
|of his claim,
that he is ready at all times to do particulars, freed, however, from the
Ilorsc shoes, nails, and all kinds
HARNEY COUNTY ITEMS.
first class work. Give him a ghoulish gloating over the triumph
h, 1889, viz :
of justice, etc., that characterized of wrought iron worked into shape
---------- for tha W% of SWU. SF-',.. f - « ,
—Mrs. T. J. Morrison complains its course in the McGinnis affair. ! to suit the public. Horseshoeing
Hurns' Weather Record.
. —.«ft. See. M, Tp. 22, 8. k Ml:« M
and other blacksmithing done on
rf’jlK following wltneaaca to |
of rarely receiving her copy of T he
Nov. 13 to Nov. 20.
.aidence upon and cultl vnt.
—One of the south windows of
H erald , which we never fail to put T he H erald office liaSthfren a thing I quick time at Tupker’s.
•: H. Dixon, UaaryChenttim
Wed: G p ni-30 ® -cold;
i, and retar Cteanaaa, hl) of I'.n.-nr
in the Burns P. O. every Thursday, of beauty and a joy oi/thc summer,
—Go to the Livery and Feed Sta
J. B. HUNTINGTON. R. n :
| P ni-
the past season, enibewerc-d as it ble of Reed <t Cavin at the old
—The Band Boys postponed their has been, in living griten.
“ 6 p in—cold.
Thus: G a tn-30 -by 7:30 was t Band dance from Nov. 28th, to dcira vine was trained upeither side Pioneer stand in Burns, when you
December 25th, in the new Burns of the casing and met in a point want to obtain good livery accom
down to 24 ®-cold; cloudy.
Every body cordially invited above, crossing and intertwining modations.
Vain» btatm Lana off , f ,
“ 12 m—cold; cloudy.
Barna. Oregon, Oct
to be present.
A HEREBY GIVEN that
“ 6 p in—cold.
—Henry Caldwell bought a house that trailed from a hanging basket
dsettler has filed notice of :
final proof in support of h is <
G a m~24 * -cloudy.
in the lower end of town and moved in the center, arid ben6hth which a Ohristmas
I proof will be made l>ri<
<« 12 ni—cool.
I Receiver, U. B. Uind ->tt >
bird cage was suspended. On the
a Friday, December nth. 1^ -. \ ¡z
Kinnon’s dwelling, and is repairing three shelves before the window
G p m—cold.
CharUa V. Craft.
m», for tha EUof NE',. -« ,
Sat: 6 a ni-29 ® -cloudy; cool.
were pots of Egyptian and spotted
AM a . N»4
of NEU,iac. 20. iP
—M. J. O’Connor and J. C. Par- calla lilies; a tall silver-etjged can-
« 12m—sun; cool.
M. He naaaea the
tlery V. prove
hla eoatitiaouF r. ► i • •
1 ker receieved, this week, over $2000
Silver Creek School House,
iltlratioa of aaM land, vu 1. w
6 p in—cool; rain falls du worth of stock from the Blooming- na, sweet-scented double and single
geraniums; a fuchsia; tea roses; | DECEMBER 23, 1889.
ring the night.
i ton Nursery, and are busily en- mignonette; oxalis; and fragrant pe
1 fc. HBNTINUTON Rrg,
Sun: G a m—36 3 -cloudy.
| gaged in its delivery.
tunia. After the first two months
—J. D. Shaw took fire insurance (April and May) of careful nurs
To Get the Tree.
to bn.' (TLITRE.
“ 6 p m—cool; raining off A on the new livery stable building, ing, these plants have demanded James Adstns, To Dress ( the
Ujrrrao NTana L*an Grrtcx >
1 last week. This is the way to not so much attention as the same Mrs. Simon Lewis, Miss Ruth McConnell,
on all through the night
Barna. Or.. Nuramher 1, :v9.
.T HAVING BEEX EMEi r : .
make everything safe, as fire is the selection required in the Mississippi
Mon: G a m-32 s-cold; muddy. only
, by Anton
To (’all Off the Presents.
thing that can retard the valley, as the earth in the |x>ts re T. J. Shields,
comfUy with law aa
“ 12 m—cold.
( lias, iiilchris ,
growth of Burns.
v tain the water much longer than in
o. W* dated
» 1>87. upon
To Deliver Presents.
“ G p m—cold. Raining off —Smith it Young will put the’ the moist climate referred to; the Mias Ella Baker,
,i*. R. 32, E
.Miss Stella Garrett,
Miss Lizzie Winter.
carpenters to work on their fine, flowering, however, is not so pro
of said en- and on all day.
Mrs. Geo. Williams.
large, new town hall, next week, fuse—there is now no reason for any Mr».
6 p m—cold;
Mrg. ( iii.R. Adatra, Mis. Fred, okern.ann,
that he has
floor uana G krs :
Tues: Ga m-32 s-cold, ground so as to have it ready for the holi lady fond of house-plants longer
Th. s. Allen, Pleas. Cheney.
The Band Boys complaining of l*-ing deprived of J. c. Garrett, COMMTTTF.E
transferred ; frozen; fine sunrise; clouded Ix-fore 8. day festivities.
will give the opening dance.
E. D. Baker,
r>car at this
“ 12 m—cold.
Ir. 1M*9. at lo
Everybody cordially invited to
tw Dcspoud MMl MÜteh tes* i rn..n s
“ 6 p m—-quite cold. About started to housekeeping in the house
aM ai&ord future.
4, a sudden fierce sleet and snow opposite the Geer Hardware Store. pest to fight, and that is the aphis come, and bring well-filled bankets
j. i. mmwroN. r . k > . r
in the rose bushes, while back East alonR with them, and thone that
1 storm came up.
T he H erald congratulates Burns there are legions of them. The red have no bankets, come anyway.
Wed: 6 a ni—cold; ground cov-1 on adding another agreeable fami spider came with a tea rose in the
ered with a half-inch snow.
ly to her list of resident citizens.
mail, but was readily exterminated GEO. W. BARNES.
M. R HIGOS,
Pune, il le, or.
“ 12 m—cool; thawing.
—John Hyde, David McGill, and by keeping the plant stripped of its
John Bunton, genial gentlemen leaves, and it is as full of foliage
BARNES <fc BIGGS,
-Nov. 28: Thanksgiving dinner» with whom we became acquainted now as the heat of them. The
Attorneys at Law,
28: The O A. R. Meeting.1 in Canyon City, arc in Burns this ' Duches de Brabant potted here in
Will practice in all of the c< nr'« rf the Htate
Any buahicr« p’arrd in fare of ihla firm will tie
—Old papers Mie for 1<TO.
regular sut scriber to Tin: H wrai d J choicest in the collection.
Jar:. 1. *•
phen prompt attlni low,
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TINWARE, CUTLERY
I rockery, ( jueensware, Glassware, Shelf Goods of Every Description
Flii E lal'd' hii.vi.! « arnv' a full and carefully selected Stock equal to demand in the
Hardv arc line < uses of new goods are now being opened. Bird cages and seed are now
offered. A reasonable ¡ rice, only, is placed on the goons.
AV- We are Agent for the I). M. Osborne Company’s Agricultural
RED FRONT" FEED & LIVERY STABLE!
On Main street, Burns, Harney county, Oragou.
W. C. BYRD, P roprietor .
All the Hotels, Restaurants, and Boarding Houses are on this street.
Personal attention given to Stock placed in care of this Stable, where
the best of Accommodation is given, and Charges reaBenable.
FOR A SQUARE MEAL
GO TO PARKER’S.
P roprietor ,
Third st., South of H erald Building.
This new, fine, and commodious Barn and Stable is not to be equalled
in any part of Harney county for accommodations.
HAYA GRAIN ON HAND. '
SADDLE HORSES, GOOD TEAMS,
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS OUTFITS
For the Road on demand. Special attention given to the grooming hit
care of Boarding and Transient stock.
£W"0pen Oct. 26th, 1889.
P roprietor M rs . LOUIS RACINE.
This handsomely appointed hotel is open to accommodate the pub
lic with the best rooms, table, and service the town affords.
Attached, where is Kept all Sorta of Liquors.
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
“The Leading Company of the Pacific Northwest.”
/Wl'KIVATE DWELLINGS AMD FARM PROPERTY A HPECIA LT Y-^®-^
The JParmers’ Oompany.
OF SALEM, OREGON.
J. C, PARKER, Agent,
SAYER A DORI;
And all kind« ofaurface himl>«r thoroughly acaaoa«! for building parpeaaa and At
A Good road all the way.