East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, March 27, 1890, Image 3

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    fHE J. DURKHEIMER A CO’S. LOCAL-PACE ADVERTISEMENT.
X j OOK-
T.OWEST
WE ARE
F AFL KI ER.S
With Their
X j ifelen
PRICES
|nTftar°e? »y
AND
FALL A WINTER SUPPLIES
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
Our Prices are the
SAME
as
added
5 SOLICIT! YOUR TRADE.
J. DURKHEIMER & CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY
I
ISEMENT8.
LEGAL ADVERTI8EMENTH.
gUMMONS.
In the Cir< uit Court of the State of Oregon, for
_ L and O ffice .)
the County of llarney.
, February 12,18'JU. |
E. IL Hanlev, Plaintiff, 1
IVEN that the follow-
\s.
il notice of his inten- K. I). Weaver, E. A. Vaughn, >
support of his claim, A. W. VVaieis and A. K. Chase |
be made before the
Defendants. J
i5a via^r “ I Lakeview, Oregon, To E. 1>. Weaver, E. A. Vaughn, A. W. Wat-
eiB. mid A. R. Chase, the above-named de­
fendants:
WHMr<,ni'nd’
for the dW‘
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
bdBE‘4<H N
hereby required to appear and answer the com­
following witnesseB to plaint filed against you in the above entitled
suit on or beforethe tiist day of the next regular
>
r.\
i-.gli.
J.
M.
I-ui
•aid
term of ihe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
ALL,Silver Lake, 1*. <)., Or. for ilie County of Harney, to-wit: on or before
r Huitori.of Ujly I’. ()., or.
the 19th day of May, 1890, the same being the
first dav of the next regular May term, A. 1).
WARRWN TRVITT. liegi.ter.
LS'JO, of said Court, and if you fail so to ai’Bwer,
for uant thereof Ihe plaintiff* will apply t.ithe
a’;--------------------------
Court for the relief demanded in the complaint,
to-wit:
CE OF HKARWG.
d ;' o ®
—
For a decree of said Court foreck f;ing that
U nit «D< ta
L and om. r. / certain mortgage on the NE‘4 of Sec. 22 in Tp.
.;> s. R. :>1, E. W. M. in Hurney County. Oregon,
I
■
BurMJ, V’-e^on. March I, l-'bO. j
made ami executed on Ihe ¡¡d day .if Augusi
•
i Buchanan, Canh r ant)
I aws . by ill defendant E. 1). Weaver, herein and
Rvla
in ia/or of J.S Devine, mid Unit the property
te of Oregon and Henry J»
herein mentioned be sold hb upon execution
the state of caMlpm iu, |
ami ihe proceeds of such sale be applied in pav-
wamp Land Ciaiiunu.f;. J
mc’it of platutitrs said note and iuierist in the
complaint mentioned, to-wit: the sum of |’2•'•<■.-
ry Miller of the .State of California:
' principal ami $L>.73 interest, together with
will picas« take m>'i< e that a hearing
had in thea*M)ve intii uled cause, before ilti.'.M « b rer.Bonabie attorneys fee, and the
aster and Receiver oi ;he L’uited hures <•. Bt.< and dis.iurs-jments of this sue, and fore-
el..sing cm h uud every defendant herein and
flice at Burns, Oregon, on
every purs or. claiming under them or either of
n.l:;y, 7th bay ol ru‘y.
Theui i-iiu c* the execution of said moitgage. of
‘Clock, a. nt., of «aid ,la\ . to <leiermi.r.e all right, c ¡aim,or equity of redemp i.m in said
trader of Ihe soil in ihe following de­ premises, and every part thereof ami for judg­
tract of land. te-Mi< \\ '2 NW qr, N ■> ment against the said defendant L. D. Werner
jr, Sec. 28 and NE qr N E qr See. k_’, Tp. t< r any deficiency which may remain after ap-
. <M, E. W. M., andt-'- ■ ■ i i.iine whethei pL L -fall tiie proceeds oi the gale of Baid prein-
the said truut is < ori?• rci of swamp ¡hvs piv-pcriv applicable to the sal is ini t ion oi
ithin the
■ he ."wamp l.aud t»aiu decree, ami for such other and further re­
■*cteud®d to HtffHate of Oregon on the lief i:i the piemises as to the Court mu’’ seem
yof March, l*<0.
equitable ami jus;
T’lw'
J*1
JNGToN, RcK.;8-ur
Tills summons is ordered to be served upon
the defendants E. D. Weaver a'm A. R. ( huge
ain.-ve unmed, by publication thereof once a
v. vek for six < onsecu ive weeks, in the E ast
L PROOF.
O regon H erald , a weekly newspaper of gen
urai < lrcu'.uiion in said Hume.' County and
ITES LiND OFFICE,)
-¡me of!negoir, printed and published at Burns,
d ?March 8. I8U0.J
’iarnev County, Oregon, and appealing to he
B______________
ZN that the fol low- the newspaper must likely to ghe notice to tl:e
ned settler
t i< e >f his Iriten- sai-i defenda: ts. ami by order of Hon. M. D.
make final
. 1 ofhlsclaim, Clifford. Judg * of said Court, made and dated
at Cl.ambeiK, nt Canyon City, Grant County,
u said proori
sr and Receivl
c-d office, ui Oregon. Fel'i uary 6, A. I>. 1S‘.;O. ana duiy filed
io this cause.
or., on FridayT^j-
Xi
J. NAT. HUDSON.
Ztobeit C. WiHLi ns.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
8. No. S<J05, for the ? . . ' 1,. S W ’ 4 8 E’t.
Attest: W. F. G race .
W«4» sec 8, Tp a>-s k. . : . w. M. H-
Meh 6-15
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
follow ing witnesses
idence upon andeu.ii . iiiLm <>1 Fiiiti luud,
illiam A. Miller. Ro eri J. 'Xiilmms, H.
ile. aud John iMtecsDiiiD, of Riley, ilar-
PETITION FOR LIQVOll LICENSE.
•X
-16
J. D.|irx
.
.
In
the County Court for the State of Oregon,
!:21
Harney County.
L PROOF.
To the Hon. County Court for Hurney County:
We
your
uudercigned
petitioners, would most
A tes L and O ffice ,/
UXITSD
regon, March 8, 1890. | rc Bpeet fully ask that a license be granted J. T.
SLlmuli to sell spiritous, mull, and vin.-r.R liq-
IVEN that the foliow- uois i i quantities lets than ent' quart for a
d notice of bis inten­ period of six monihs, beginning on the 7th day
ta support of his claim, of April, A. I)., 1WU, and running until and in­
II s- made before the cluding the Hh day of Oc<>! er. A. D. 18W), in
I'.- 8. Land Office at Ihetownof liurn6, county of Harney, State of
r»nd
f, April 2.4 h. 1890, viz:
Ore 4011, and vour petitioners will ever pray.
J»! iller,
W. W. Cardwell
James C. Parker,
5 E’._. SE» ». Sec. 2C. EL,
J. 8. Bowen,
W. W. Johnson,
2>- r.. W. M. lie names
G. W. Young,
W. C. Byrd,
o prove his contimioUB
T. S. Garred,
Win. Harvey,
vali.tn .1 Bitid land viz :
Chas. Teeter,
J. Adams,
er .i. Wiiliu et, limoli
1). L. Grace,
Louis Harkej.
, Hl of Riiey, Harney
A. (-. Worthington,
Thomas Giannini,
( Ims. Cronin,
R. J. McKinnon,
S. E. Joy,
NTINGTON, Register.
( . H. Voegtly,
11. P. Cornelison,
Robt. P.rown,
J. H. Gordon
P. F. Stenger,
I>. Queen.
O. I>. Rusk,
1». Newman,
e. W. McClain,
Win. King,
T. A. Morrison,
ates L and O ffice , /
Geo. S. Sizemore,
T. J. Howard.
KUn'fon, March 8.
G. Hudspeth,
Kit. Summers,
J. Craven,
CE ISH
¡(¡IVEN* that ihe follow­
J. I). Shaw,
II. Sprague,
ed notice of his inten-
IL ( lioatham.
R. J. Ivors,
In support of his ciaitn,
F. M. Jordon,
W. B. Mxnatt, 1
11 If made before the
J. 8. san.s,
G. W. Grace,
¡fthe U.S. Land Office
< .W. Garred,
lay. Apr.l 25,1890, viz:
Thus. Whiting,
D. Scott,
L. M. Brown,
Milo Cuthlng,
W ill lama,
N. Brown,
A. Dunn,
W , NE qr.. W>... SE ar.
Chas. Gunther,
H. A. Berr.ethy,
L W. M. He names ihe
J. ( . Welcome,
chtis. Clark,
pro-.e his Continuous
F. 1». Gray,
A. 8week.
Ivation nt said Lind, viz:
Geo. M< Gowan,
8. Lain] shire.
A. Miller. IL A. Dib-
Am. s \ an Oisdale, W II. Gradon,
ul! of Riley, Harney
I. Baer.
J. J. Pieison,
Berry chambers,
Peter ('lemei.s,
UNTINGTON, Register.
1*. A. Young,
Wm. Woods.
T. G. Maupin,
8. E. Dunnington,
< hl. Furrs.
W. Lewis.
8. J. Mothersliead,
John McKinnon.
E. N. I Hineron,
G. J>. Hngey,
G. W. Wilcoxs.m,
G. L. Moore.
¡ tateh L and O ffice J
fun, Marcii, 15. 1890. i
UIVKN that Ihe follow
tad notice of his iuten-
iii support of hist laim.
The oldest livery stable in Eu­
Ìli l e made Ecfore the
taf the i . > Land Uiiice gene was destroyed by fire Feb.
■rand
Ore,ou,
pl 11 2'4, 1890, viz:
Williams,
10th.
1
J
Ith
*
". ¡‘:
""AY
Bile :
'E ■ follow! -u
Later news from exchanges
‘
*rVsto
___ J ’ i t..ti..ea r< fidi i ■ ••
I^Bi. suiii laud, viz: a . J. concerning the probable overflow of
r D. Newsome, and O.
y < o., (/regui;.
the Mississippi and th"* giving away
NTINGTON, Re later.
Ih«- Stateci Oregon,
ÿ of Harne?.
^unir.iOLf.
bndant.
«.f <>reg >n. v.;u arc
■nd ar.s.ver the cum
i »he ab««ve named
¡nil by the first day
<■■nr’ Rest, a st
I «vt-rk» : "1.1 thu
• of
Ih.b b ii i.-n •• g. '.r L- ihe
I. L. i-*9v.«a; i dai I.ting
ti vaiar term. Be you
b-wit lit said ‘ «lurt, ar
he < • •
' - -, ! - I ■
► ’it-v (-onnlv t’lii 8’.. v
(Mtmdav . i uy. A. I».
«
-r the Fa;?.
B to the ( .
fi. the
: S ». rs ’lutk»n of tnr
• f-•»<- nr.<; no» ex •' iug
i.d Itefendau» m rvd
■ favor «>f the F sint if
ver: the c. , a and ji<-
Hw « »!•:•> h • f - h • io. <-
ma’ritw* to rite
of the levees, state that the levees
are in n critical condition. A state­
ment given by the captain of the
levee I card steamer, consider
that Louisiana will inevitably go
under. New Orleans is in grea' dan­
cer. tho width of the Mississippi at
the mouth of the Ohio is fifteen
miles.
One of th foremost literary .wo­
men of America is Ella Higginson,
whose poetry nn<l fiction has been
publinhecl widely in the leading
perit dicul.«. She is an original think­
er, and -m incisive writer in prose as
well as n poet, and her pen always
commands the attention of thought­
ful people. Mrs. Higginson has as­
sumed tJilorial charge of a W .-
man's 1rtment in West Shore
and will make that excellent illtia
trated weiklv doubly interegting to
the wenuj! of the writ.
I
—H. C. Levons, we are informed,
HUNTINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
—Ira Venator is in Burns this
is a candidate for county clerk, on
week on business.
the Republican ticket.
Announcements under above classification,
—Howard Cozad, of Canyon
ut following rates, payment invariably in ad­
—J. W. Bates of Prairie City is in
vance: state candidacy, also,the County Judge, City, is in Burns.
Clerk, and sheriff*, $10 each: Assessor,and Com­
Burns visiting old friends, He sub- OREGON
ÎDAHO WAREHOUSE CO
missioner. $5each: Treasurer,b< houl bupt. Sur­
—Elder Taylor takes charge of scribed for T he H erald for one
veyor, anti Coroner, also. Precinct J uki ices and
Constables, $:• each. No insertions on requests the Burns Hotel this week.
year.
by mail unites accompanied by the price of
publication.
Carries a full line of
—Tex. Sil man returned from
—In this issue appears
HAY,
GRAIN,
Portland on Thursday’s stage.
nouncement of Nimrod Comegys
g^oit COUNTY CLERK.
SULPHUR,
NAILS,
for
County
Judge.
A
staunch
Dem
­
—Full line of Crockery and Glass­
BARB WIRE,
COAL OIL,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate I
ocrat.
for the office of County ÇlerK subjei t i<> H ip ware at the Geer hardware store. -
BACON AND HAMS,
action -ot ihe Democratic Couniy Conven­
In car lots.
—A fine assortment of Children’s
tion of llarney couniy, Oregon.
—The health of Burns at this
Straw
Sailor
hats
at
the
Millinery
W. E. GRACE. time is good. The Grippe has lost
Roomsof the Gage Sisters, next door
its grip.
to T iie H erald office.
Also, agent for the
pill: SHERIFF.
—Have the band boys quit prac­
I hereby announce myself ns a candidate for
—
John
Mahon,
of
Happy
valley,
We have not lately heard
theofficeof Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon, ticing?
who came into Burns, Wednesday
subject to the
of ihe Democratic t'ounty the toot of their horns.
afternoon brings the result of the
Convention.
A. A. COWING.
—J. C. Garrett and W. E. Grace Happy valley primary.
left Burns on the Ontario stage for
—M. Sworts of the firm of Sworts
por. SHKRirr.
Harney on Tuesday morning.
Prices Lowest in Eastern Oregon-
A Miller has been in our town for
some
time.
I hereby announce myself bb a candidate for
—If you wish to employ a first
L The Oregon and Idaho Forwarding Company have just completed n large stone and
the office of Sheriff of Harney County, Oregon, class Dress-Maker, call on MissGun-
—All persons owing me stable iron fire-proof warehouse at Huntington, and will be prepared to receive consignments
subject to the action, of the Democratic County
ther
at
the
millinery
rooms,
Burns
freight b.v the first day of A| rii
bills, please call and settle, I need of
Convention of eai<l county.
£MP*The Company is prepared to make liberal advances on consignments of wool.
J. C. GARRETT.
the
money
very
badly.
—Henry Long, who has been ab­
W. C. B yrd .
sent from Burns for the past two
S'01* ASSESSOR.
months, returned, Thursday even­
—Judge Clifford has ] presided -
Come and Settle Vp.
I hereby announce myself ok a candidate for ing.
Go toTupkci ■’».
over the destinies of his first t cir-
the office of A sbcfr . h - of Hurney County, sub-
j.j. I to the aeiiuii of the Democratic County
Having made a cash sale of T he
—R. J. McKinnon who stopped cuit court with a grave countenance
Horse shoes, nails, and all kinds
Convention of said County.
.
W. E. ALBER3ON.
in town during the papt winter and becoming dignity.—Oregon of wrought iron worked into shape H erald to W. C. Byrd & Son, those
moved out to his ranch last Wed- Blade.
to suit the public. Horseshoeing gentlemen will fulfill unexpired ad­
nesday.
P’OB (L1KK.
— A number one stallion belong­ and other blacksmithing done on vertising, and all subscriptions, and
ing to II. C. I evens, di, d last night, at quick time Tupker’s.
1 hereby announce nr »elf an n candidate for
to them must be paid all amounts
March 20, of injuries received by
the offi< e of County Clerk of Harney Couniy,
due on subscriptions since Nov. 29,
subject to the action of the Democratic County
getting his head fastened in his
Straw berries.
1889.
Convention.
L. B. BAKER.
manger a few nights since.
J A. Allen has on his ranch, Smiles
All accounts for advertising and
—Miss Lollie Pierson, daughter , east of Burns, some fine Strawher- job work prior to March 1, 1890 and
r-oit < Ol NTY JUDGE.
I
—
The
men
employed
by
Jahn
r I hereby announce myself as candidate for
of our popular Photographer J J ‘ ry 1'luntB,known as the "Monarch,”
Sayers, cutting logs up on the moun­ Pierso.i, is now stopping with Mrs. for sale at $1.50 per hundred. all subscriptions prior to Nov. 29
theofficeof County Judge of’Harney county,
tains, came down on last Friday, to W. ('. Byrd, going to school, and They are all healthy,and with prop­ 1889, must be settled with 1). L.
Oregon, subject to the action of the Democratic
be present at our primary.
County Convention.
N. COMEGYS.
instructing the latters children in er care will do well. Call and see Grace, by whom all indeptedness
' for yourself, or send order.
of T he H erald prior to March 1,
—Farmers coming into town with instrumental music.
P*or Burns* Constable.
A. A llen .
eggs,
chickens
and
butter
can
find
1890, will be settled.
r I hereby announce myself a candidate for a ready sale at highest market price —In the primary last Saturday 17-3t-
I
Please call and settle,
Constable in Buris Precinct.
the
vote
on
the
nomination
for
Jus
­
THUS. GIANINI.
at the French Hotel.
“Texes” Liar.
tice of the Peace and Constable re­
I>. L. G raci
—Ed Walton, now a resident of sulted in a tie vote between J. C. If you want vour nerves braced,
March 20, 1890.
I
g£J*<»r Justice of the Pea^r cf Burns-
Canyon City, but at one time resid­ Parker and George Sizemore. Geo. Call on “Tux” and take h taste;
The very be>t of liquor« you’ll find
I hereby announce mjse f a candidate for ing here, is in tewn looking about, Moore received the nomination for
A; -‘Texe’s," and him behind
Card Party.
Justice of the Pence for Burr r precinct.
Wi h gentlemanly courtesy to greet,
we think, for a favorable location the office of Constable.
j. l . McKINNON.
“
Boy*
taKC
a
drink
and
then
have
a
sent.
”
One of the pleasantest little social
for a barber shop.
can have your drinK straight or
—Mr Cal. Geer, our hardware j You
affairs of the season in Burns, wait
mixed,
—George Stanclift, who with his man, has on hands a splendid as-1 In an\ nhape you prefer it fixed
THE HERALD
naif the k . ma'di, or anil your tante.
the card party of last Friday even
family expected to move to Happy sortmentofD. M Ferry’s Northern To
So to “Texe’B bar,” bo.* s, make hawo*, make
ing at the residence of Mr. andiMrs.
Valley this week, we learn has post­ Grown Garden Seeds, ami will re- . baste.
IIAS LARGEST CIRCULATION- OF ANY poned th" time of starting on ac­ ceive this week Onion Sets from the |
Call. Geer. Needless to more than
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
Arbor Day.
Valley, also, quite an assortment of’
count of the inclement weather.
mention names of the happy par­
Guns of the best brands. Shot-guns ’ The Burns school is preparing to ticipants as an evidence of the
—Our exchanges give an account and Rill' -'.
- j celebrate Arlor Day, second Fri­
pleasures of the evening. Midnight
of a shooting scrape, which occur­
—Call on J. J. Pierson, our Pho­ day in April.
refreshment showed the fair hostess
red in Weiser a few days ago, be­
Program: Arbor Day songs, reel­
tween two persons, one of whom tographer, who is prepared to do
and her lovely daughters equal to
Local News.
was killed, the other making his all work in his line. Mr. Pierson ing, addresses, and tree planting, table as well as parlor entertain­
in
forenoon.
is an artist of long experience, and
escape.
Exhibition in the afternoon, All ment. Honors of the evening giv­
v.e assure the public he will give
—Russel Sturgis will cotribute 'satisfaction. Come and have your friends ami patrons of the r< bool en M IL Figgs and Miss Kelly,
to an enrlv number of Harper's picture taken, he- will make you are invited to attend.
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1H90
they having won every gnmo
Magazine an article on "Painted handsome, although you may be
Others present were: Misses,
-
Etili in the Field.
Linda Carey, Bee Gage, Helen
—John Robinson, of Harney, in Greek Sculpture,” illustrated with as ugly as a mud fence.
I
drawings from statuary which has
Burns, Tuesday.
—Mark Sprague, a sheep herder, I E ds . II; RAI.D: I wish to inform Gunther, Jessie McGowan, and Lau­
been recently discovered at Athens.
I entered.the sheep camp of J. R. the puldic that I am still a candi- ra Stanclift. Messrs. L. M. Brown,
—Born, to the wife of N. R.
II F. Adler, Chas. W. Byrd, H.
— We have received quite a num­ Jenkins on Silver creek, a few days date for coroner. That fellow ( hambers, Robt. Huston, I*.
Woodfin, a daughter; weight Mbs.
Pierc:-
ago,
and
appropriated
to
his
own
calling
himself
Franklin
ber of new subscribers fh the last
Young, and P. G. Smith.
—Nicholas Damali, of Grove. week, for which we are very thank­ use a'pnck saddle, «ack of flour ai ci Moore, who is making himself so
what
bacon
Jenkins
had
on
hands;
conspicuous,
it
a
regular
dead-beat
ful.
There
is
still
room
for
more.
Malheur county, is in Burns on land
Th. Wlnt.r.
Call in and subscribe for T he H er ­ not vet satisfied he left hi« old cloth- and inilk-sop, with less brains than
business.
¿.ing, taking a suit belonging to Jen­ a whisky barrel with the head
ald , we think it will benefit all.
The winter we now feel to be bro­
kins which was not to much worn; knock' 1 out. just "the same” ns
—“Dad” Reed is in town, in
ken. Tl.o horrors ami disagreeable­
good health, and running over with | —We kindly > xtend our thanks from there he went to the stable of I’m going to knock him out on elec­ ness of which let our friends and
!l
E.
D.
Baker
taking
therefrom
Bak
­
to
the
parties
who
heljs
d
us
move
tion
day;
my
first
ca-c
«ill
be
i
Democracy.
our press this week. Ralph Geer er's saddle and bridle. After which set-dewn on Franklin Pierce Moore neighbors answer, who have lost
T fx . Bil l man .
—El<b r Taylor preached in the set it up for us in short order, and he departed for parts unknown.
most heavily. Some cnttle will
M. E. church, of this place, on the in a manner showing plainly bis We understand the civil officers are
yet die that have been turned to
ability as a mechanical genius of ’ in pursuit.
evening of March 2-lth.
Bar.k ß r But n«
I the hills, the grass not having
the first order.
—The citiz.-ns of Ilarn-.-v. Grant,
•—There nre quite a number of
The first l ank of llarney co.inty ' grown sulficiently, neither does it
strangers in town. We presume
—The loss of stock in this and Malheur, Baker and Union counties will open in Burns nl.out July 1st possess that amount of nutriment
most of them are on land business. adjoining counties is agitated and are notified in T he H erald ’ s adver­ Capital stock, $100,000. Sub-1 necessary to sustain the life of tho
talked of through th papers, th« tising columns to-day, that the Or­ I scribed already, $80,(XX*. Any | m r i
—T he H erald office was hon­ n |x>rts l>eing «omewhat conflicting, egon ai.«i Idaho Forwarding Com­ sons wishing to take Jtock, c all on piorcr stock. Somehavo lost heav­
ored with n vi it, Tuesday nft<r for which you should not blame’ pany have just completed a large
ily, others all; while a few have
Durkheimer eV Co.
noon, by Mrs. Bcmison ami Mirs tour papers, for the information of stone and iron fire-proof warehouse J. The
above is a move in tho right lost but slightly, having hay suffi­
Alice McKinnon.
newspaper mon is gotten from at Huntington, and will be pr< j ared direction. Therein no one thing' cient for their stock. There is
— Rev. McCart will preachat the general conversation with Hock tor ceive consignment« of freight that «ill add more to the value of still some hay that can lx- bought,
school house, on Silver creek, on men, and they differ in (pinion by the first day of April. Wool proja-rty in our town, and enhance ariJ we understami that Peter
the evening, of 28 and 29th. also, regarding the In««. that being the men especially will find it to their the value of real est ite in the coun­
French will have about 300 tons left
advantar«- to consign their wool with
Sunday, at 11 a m, and Sunday onlv i leans thev have of arriving at the Company ns the insurance wili try, more than the establishing of, over. It is an old saving that "it
an estimate of the loss.
a bank in this place. It is a long
evening.
t.e only a trifle as compared to stor­ felt need, and an enterprise in is an ill wind that blows nobody
ing wool in a frame building. It which tlv- whole community will
—
Tex.
Silmnn
just
returned
from
—J. W. Strange of La Grande,
goo.1." Tho present outlook for
has been appointed supervisor of Portland, wishes to inform the pub­ w; 1 le,also, understood that there I c very much benefit'd. The sL-ck- 1 good cr ps in Hurney valley could
will
I
e
no
shrinkage
in
wool
in
this
lic.
that
while
in
Portland
he
ccn-
holder* arc g< ing to erect a line ! net le letter; the supply of wa­
this census district, comprising nil
the Eastern Oregon counties, His tracted for a Jarg- assortment of kind of a warehouse. The Compa­ t uildii.g, suitable for the business,
Liquors of the bc«t brands in the ny is prepared to.makc liberal advan­ imn. -dial' lv, and mil be ready for iter, s<-> minglr «¡11 I'- abundant,
salary will be $1.000.
market, also, billiard and pool ta­ ce« on consignments of wool. Ar­ business by July 1. It'S?*?
¡the hay cr. p is almost a certainty,
—From excharges we get the bles. which he will have in Burns, rangements have been made with
unk-r» . -n •• unlooke.l for p-ovi-
Tltc stallion Alcazar, which was dyntfal disaster should befall it,
information’that the Mississippi be­ just as soon as it be possible for leading wool houses, both East and
ing on a booin, fear is entertained freight teams to get to the railroad. West, to have a repr< entative visit' the property of L J Rose, was sold
1 I anc h< re have every encourage-
of the levees giving away resulting Tex. is determined to have one of Huntington once a week during the at the American in«titu
'r tj believe that the grain crop
in an imtneayc destruction to prop­ the most attractive saloons in East­ . wool season, thus insurin
ijiod. a’.d, I' t re-fore, should
erty.
sales.
ern Oregon.
. h re "f ground possible.
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Official County Paper.
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