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THE J. DÜRKHEIMER A CO’S. LOCAL-PAGE ADVERTISEMENT.
THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
S T O O K.
FALL & WINTER SUPPLIES
Our Prices are Uie
At tlx© railroad with.
J, DURKHEIMER &, CO,
XHE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLEY
L egal advertisements .
pIN AL PROOF.
; atb .« I. ani » O ffice .I
an. February 12,1890.|
’ GIVEN that lhe follow-
filed notice of his intern
fin support of his ciaim,
111 be made before Che
at Lakeview, Oregon,
i, of NW1 j, See. 26, and
NE1., See. 27, Tp. 25, S.
following witnesses to
iidence upon and culli
Henry Egii. J. M. Em-
f Sliver Lake, P. O., Ur.
By P. ().. or.
| e - B i ■. fes L and <tint e , I
K Oregon, March 8. iSUU.)
■Y GIVEN that the follow-
fe filed notile of his inten-
Lof n¡ support of his claim,
rwill be made before the
ter, U. S. Lami office, at
w. April 2.1th, 1890, viz:
br the E’’ !*E' (, SWL SJC’.„
p di, S. K. 28 E. W. M. He
So fkpb to prove hiR continú
an d < uhi ration of suiii land,
kr, Robert J. Williams, H.
[ Creasman, of Riley, Bar-
I. HUNTINGTON’, Register.
0 «. ■
■1 %TE8 L and Orrtrg.»
w. Urnr.-n, March
EERY «.IVEN hta he f..I low
th«« fed nati e of n • Inten-
tft’-d make final pr.^d in sup-
► - " d that mm | pr-Kif jrili be
*>r Receiver, ar i^ke
IM., 22. I M. Ut
4-’*** ••• ^ » >*••«.
IN fre following wnncrs»s io
k<r ’UA r.wi ieu-H- upon and rti ti-
■nr««;* \ ,x i hrit '.pher Dnnkr-
L Het rv Ntnrgasn, arid .Edxarl
b- •i-l-rrm:» p. <»., Humhoidt
[V VF.UÜN r KU ITT. Regia, rt.
JDE.TITIuN FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
In the County Court for the State of Oregon,
To the Hon. County Court for Harney County:
We your undersigned petitioners, would most
respectfully a**k ihai a licei se be gr/nted J. T.
Sillma'i 1.1 Feil Bpirltous, malt, ami vinous liq-
u.-rs in qiiantitiiB less than o'he quart for a
period of six months, beginning on the 7th day
of April, A. 1)., ls'.'O, and running until and in
cluding the (th day of October, A. D. 1890, in
lhe town of Burns, county of Harney, State of
Oregon, and your petitioners will ever pray:
James C. l’arker,
W. W. Cardwell
J. S. Bowen,
W. W. Johnson,
G. W. Young,
W. C. Burd.
T. S. Garred,
1). L. Grace, •
A. ('. Worthington,
( has. Cronin,
R. J. McKinnon,
C. II. Vocgtly,
I N’ itsd S tates L and O fit ; e >
II. P. Cornelison,
Lakeview, Oregon, March 20, I hj O. i
J. H. Gordon
1’. F. Stenger,
NOTb E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the L.lU-w-
O. D. Rusk,
ing-named settler has il’ed notice of liiaintcn-
C. W. McClain,
tion to commute ami i.tak • final proof ins ip-
T. A. .Morrison,
port jf his claim, n i l tha: bi : I proof will he
co. S. Sizemore,
li'iii e bet’« reihe Register or Ketei . cr, at Lake-
\iew, Uregunjuu May 2lst, lsw, uz:
J. L). Shaw.
<. um . Delore.
H. Ch.mt hum.
]’. J. lvers.
F. M. Jordon,
II. E. No. 11 -I. for the SE' ,, Se-.
T|>. P2 S. P.
W. B. M\ n :tt.
J. S. Sams,
: 1 E. lie names the follauing witnesses 1.»
G. W. Griirv.
C. W. Garred,
prove I-. ib eoiuinnoi s r< siile.:tee up.to nu i < u ti-
vuiion of. Baid luml, viz: 1). M. o.uan, Ed ard
L. 'I. Brown,
Milo < 'ushing,
Noble, Uhri^topher linnneac, an i Henry tQur-
N. Brow n,
gj.m, «?. uT Fvrf'McBermit, 1’.
1!. A. Bernathy,
b'ARREY TRUITT, Renter.
J*. C. WUledluy,
( lias. Chirk,
E. D. Gray,
c. A b.weck,
-G C0~- M' ‘ :.' «MWL____
I. I ampshii'B------
Ann s \ an Orsdale, W R. Grudou,
J. J. PieiAon,*
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon,
*for the County of Harney.
S. E. D innhigton,
T. G. Maupin,
Ilattie Wi* lien, 1’iff., ,
Chi. E utib ,
W. I ew’B,
t Sum moi.s.
s. J. Mothershead,
Robt. V.'ik hen. Deft. )
E. N. I. a me run,
G. 1». Hagey,
To the above named Defendant.
G. W. Wilcoxson,
G. L. Moore.
the name of lhe State of Oregon, you (ire
hereby required to appear and answer if.com
plaint filed agaii.st you in the above “i.tuned
c.mrt ftnd above eutltlod suit by lhe first dnv I
ANN’OUNCEMENIS FOR PJ-’FICE.
o| the regular term of said c.<uri next, after the
iheexplratiun of six full weeks from th'- date of
tlie firHi publication of this siiiiiiaoi s, or by the
(.bird Momiay in Ma', A. 1). ¡NtiO.said dAy'beiiig
Announcements antler t-boye classification,
gtich tiistdayof such regular term. Ee you
then there, t heref«.re, to-wit in /«lid Court, at at following ratiri. payment Invariably in ad
thdroon.s thereof in the court house, in the vance: Stale ( Anal.lacy, also,the County Judge,
town of Harney, said Harney county *nd State ( lerk.and Sheriff, 110 each: Akstt^or. and Com
of Oregon bv said third Monday of May, A. 1). I missioner. $5each; Treasurer,School Supt. Sur
1890, and at sa er said complaint or the Plain veyor, ami Coroner, also, Precinct Ju/liees and
each. No insertions on rogues h
tiffin said suit wLl apply to tlie Court for the;, Constable/,
relief demanded, t<i-wit: A diis-»lution of the i by mail unless accompanied by lhe price of
marriage < ontrai-t heretofore and now existing 1 ^ublif-ation.
between the Plainiiff and Defendant m Baid ;
suit ami a divorcement iu favor of the Plaintiff ;
from the Defendant forever: the costr anti dis- 1 Jpcr Burna’ Constable.
bursemeiCs of ilie suit: the custody of*the min- |
or child, the issue of such marriage'to the' I hcrebv announce myp?if tj candidate for
Plainlift; the change of Piainlift’s name from Constable iu Burtts Precinct.
Defendant’s to her own maiden name; (lint
finally for such other relief and further relief
in the premises in behalf of Plaintiff u., to Equi
ty may appertain. Take noth e, aljio; that the
order for service by publication beais date the pior Justice of the Pence of Hurns.
IMh day of March, A. D. 1890 and is signed by
I lieraby announce mjsclfa candidate for
the Hon. M. D. Clifford, one of the Judges of
Justice of the Peace for Burrs precinct.
the aboxe entitled Court.
J. E. MeKINXON. |
Lnted at Harney, this 21st day of March, A D.
T hornton W illiams ,
Attorney for Piff.
tn S tates L and O ffice ,/
tns, Oregon, March 8,1890.f
BY GIVEN that the follow
is tiled notice of his inten-
root in support of IH b claim,
f will be made before the '
er of U. S. Land Office at ;
rlday, April2oth, lh'JO, viz:
»i the E’a SE«4, Sec. 28, ES gr.MMoxs.
B. R. 26 r.. W. M. Henaint/
|.«cs to prove his continuuift 1 In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
c ultivation of said land viz:
the Countv of Harney.
Robert J. Williams, simbn
E. B. Hanley, I’laintiff, 1
mith, all of Riley, Harney
E. D. Weaver. E. A. Vaughn, V
. HUNTINGTON, Register. A. W. Waters and A. K. Chase |
To E. D. Weaver. E. A. Vaughn, A. W. Wat-
cis, and A. K. Chase, the above-nmnf?d‘ce
In the name of the State of Oregon, you arc
B ed S tates L and O ffice , /
hereby required to appearand answer the com
pi tub , Oregon, March 8. 1890. | plaint filed agair st >uu in the above entitled
suit on or before the first day of the next regular
REBY GIVEN that the follow
|hus filed notice of hiß inten- term of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
I proof in support of his claim. for the County of Harney, to-wit: on or before
h>of will be inadv before the the J9th day'of May, 1890, the same being the
biverofthc U.S. Land Office first day of the next regular May term, A. D.
1.890, of said Court, and if you fail so to ai;FAet,
■on Friday, April 25,1890, viz:
. f.sr v. ant thereof the plaintiff' will apply to the
¡rt J. Will inma,
■ Court for the relief demanded iu the complaint,
b lhe W’, NE qr.,
, W», HE
,.. j tw-wit:
the . . rvr
por u n uui
paid > Court
foreclt sing that
E. VS. M. He .....
b<F ro prove his continuous certain
. -irtsin 1 mortgage
m: rrgftge on.
fhe N E‘ of Sec. 22 in Tp
D«1 cuitk at ion of said Ijnd. vi2: 23 s. ......................
*• ’ in Harney
R. 31. E. W.
William A. Miller. H A. Dib- made and executed on the 3d day of August
Bliams, all of Riley, Harney 1888, by the defendant E. D. Weaver, herein and
j in mvur
[ B. HUNTINGTON, Register. I herein mentioned be s.»ld as upon execution
l an<l the proceeds of such sale be applied in pay-
— i ment of plaintiff s Raid note and inierest in the
■ complaint mentioned, to-wit: the sum of |2£0.-
00 principal, and $15 70 interest, together with
as reasonable1 attorney’s fee, and the
vests and disbursements of this suit, and fure-
fTED STATER I.ANO OFFICE J
I closing ear h and »Very defendant herein and
Ip.-Oregon. Mar/'b. TT>, rwu.f
, I every per» m claiming under 1 hem oi either of
GIVEN that the follow-
since the execution of said mortKage, of
hr.c filed nwtirë of up; inten- ’ 1 thorn
all right, claim,or equity of redemp ion in said
j 'hoi in support of hf?
i premises and every* part thereof a*nd for judg;
D*f will bc »nade btivre 2*'^
.... . ment nzaingt the sal<1 defendant F. D. WeHvr
Biicroflhe U S Land Office for any deficiency which may remain after wp-
I» on April 28,1880, vis:
! plying all the proceeds ot the sale of said prem
Mk J. M ililani«,
ises properly applh able to the satisfaction of
L Cor th W.. «Eqr. 8»*r. 7. Tp. said det ree, and for such other and farther re-
JU.SVW1..X lief in the prcNiisi/ rs t > the Court ma’ septa
__ ' |Ui’a de and just
. 1_. ... J.
Th s summons is ordered to be served upon
p. Elrov D. Ncwsunc, and U. | the defends? ts E 1». Weaver and A R. Chase
above earned; by publication thereof once a
. B. HUNTINGTON. Resister. ! week for six consecutive weeks, in the E ast
oksgon H erald , a weekly newspaper of pen
♦•ral circniatb n iu said Harney County and
j 5¡ate of Oregon, printed and published at Hutr.s.
; Harney County, Oregon, and appearing to lx
:fce .icurpaper m< st likely to give notice to the
said defendants, and by order of Hon. M. D.
|TfD STATK-» I AND Orne E. '
Clifford, Judge of said Court, made and dated
leu. Oregon. March 20. 1 :?0. i
RF AY GIVEN ’hat tbcfo.low- at Chambers, at Canyon City, Grant County.
r hr.s ti’crl notif « t>( bis inten- Oregon. February 6, A. D. IMO. and duly filed
tti d make fina! pr.Mtf in FUp- in this cau^e.
J. NAT. Hunaox.
tfti.<l that anil pro,;f will bel
Attorney for Plaintiff
RcK:B’eri.r Receiver, at Lake
Attest: W. E. G race .
•t•>i !»• r Itnnnemi.
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
» the N W nr of ÿcr. 2T». Tp. «1
ti’ iUTS resident ■ upon and
¡«I ¡ami. i U; T’ M. Logan,
i 1‘r’orv. anti Gua. Delore.
Portland Times: During the re
U nited S tates L and O ffice , /
l akeview, Oregon. March 20, 1890.1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the folluw-
.ing named settler hap tiled notice of his inten-
, tion to commute and make final proof iu sup-
p. rt oi his claim, and that said proof will be
maed before the Register or Receiver, at Lake-
j view, Oicgou.on May z_d, 18y0, viz:
l>. *M. Li’gan.
| It. E. No. 1228, for the
of NE1/. Sec. 19, and
E , of SE1Fee. 18. Tp. LU S. K. L6 E. He names
, he following witnesses toprove hifi contim.v.B
residence upon aud »uliivs ion off said land,
viz Pe er Delore, (’hr/'opher Dunuean. Gus.
| Delore, ami Edward Noble, of Fort McDermit
I P. O., Humboldt co., Nev.
WAKREN TRUITT, Register.
mlt b ant |
__ phd Henry
BjMRpaH .-in, ,
Laud UbilL.an s. J
¡of the ;ta e of California:
that a hearing
Tn IhcaioVv ii B'ituted < anse, bt n-re
r and lle< ci
jfei/r- -oil. on
^■■Kay oi .July, 1890.
||H| said da . , to
■oil in i lie foil ■>. ing <ie-
jio-wit: W’2 NW qr, NW
[E '¡r NE (¡r Fee.
nd to determine whether
is < <)mp<.Be<l <>f swamp ’’
X of the Swan.p i.auu
hate of Oregon on the
cent cold rains a lot of valuable
brood mares belonging to E. J.
Baldwin, which had been turned to
pasture on his Santa Anita (Cal )
ranch, took cold and eight of them
have been prostated with conges
tion of the lungs. Two racers. Fal
len Leaf, and an other costly mare,
died. Maggie Emerson, the dam
of Mollie McCarthy, will probably
not survive. She is valued far in
the thousands. The other mare?
are improving. The l<ss to Bald
win through this mishap will reach,
it is said. $150,(JOO.
—Dr. Embree, of Boat Ford, in
—Hay we are told is worth $40
a ton at Lakeview.
—E. G. arsliall and C. H. Bur
—The road is in a bad condition,
dick of Harney, were in town, Mon and getting worse.
—W. E Grace, returned from
—Harney county is only entitled Barney, yesterday, on the stage.
to two delegates to the State Con
—The .weather 4his week is de
lightful, the grass is growing rapid
—W. E. Alberson, our candidate ly-
for assessor, is in Burns, electioneer
ing we presume.
—Harney was a.lively town, Sat
urday. Politics the all absorbing
—Cal. Geer, received Wednesday
morning the long looke«j-for union questoin.
sets. First come first served.
— Hon. Henry Blackman, of
OREGON 1 IDAHO WAREHOUSE CO
(larries a full line at
BACON AND HAMS,
In car lots.
Also, agent for the
—The Odd Fellows will celebrate Heppner, is expected to visit Burns
their anniversary, 26 inst. A good some time this week.
And keep alwnyti a large stock on hand«.
—Mr. Harkey, is circulating a
I —Special in
petition, praying to be attached to
the Burns school district.
At the Gage Sisters. -
—All persons owing me stable
The Oregon and Idaho Forwarding Company have just completed a large atone and
—We are informed that Henry bills, please call and settle. I need iron fire-proof wart house at Huntington, and will be prepared to receive consignment»
freight by the first day of April
Blackman, of Heppner, is a candi
ltW*Tno Company is prepared to make bi '-»1 advance/ on consignments of wool.
W. C. B yiid .
date for Joint Senator in this dis
—J. C. Welcome, in favorably
spoken of as a candidate, for Jus
—The Republican Convention pt tice of th.’ 1‘fiice in Burns precinct,
Como and Settle Vp.
Grant county Oregon will be held on the Republican tiJkeL
1 hereby give notice, that iny law
at the Court House ip Canyon city
Having made a cash sale of T he
—Our town on last Saturday ful wife, Nffri. May Morrison, having
erai . d to W. C. Byrd 4 Son, thus«
looked somewhat lonesome. The deserted my homo and~ ■fijfcwde,
—John Sayers, is preparing to1* cause was, nearly every one went i
-entlenien will fulfill unexpired ud-
go to work on his new saw-mill; to the countv-seat to note the pro that 1 no longer will be responsible ’ J vertiSttig,
vertí! J, attd ittt-fcubbeiiptitms, auu
his logs will soon be ¿eating down ceedings of the County Convetion. for any debts she may contract on
or after this date April 2d V D. to them must be paid all amounts
due on subscriptions since Nov. 28.
—George Crego, living near Burns^
C haki . es M obbison
.—Attention is culled to an inter was kicked on the right side of the
esting story on the fourth page of face by a horse u few days ago. [
All accounts for advertising and
this issue, taken from the New The kick though npt serious, is very
job work prior to March 1, 1890 and
painful and George will have a I
Horse shoes, nails, and all kinds all subscriptions prior to Nov. 29
sore head for sometime.
I I of wrought jron worked into shape
—Suitable trees for Arbor Day
1889, must be settled with D. L.
—llr Cal. Geer, our hardware to suit the public. Horseshoeing Grace, by whom all indebtedness
planting, can be bought of Mrs. Mc
Gee, also, of Mrs. Harkey, ata very man, lujs on hands a splendid as and other blacksmithing done on
of T he II ekald prior to March 1,
sortment of D.
Ferry’s Northern at quick time Tupker’s.
1890, will be settled.
Grown Garden Seeds, and will re
—Quite a number of little girls ceive this week Onion Sets from the |
I’leasc call and settle,
visited T he H erald oilice, Monday, Valley, alsp, quite an assortment of |
D. L. Gasca.
desiring to see the little insects, our Guns of the best brands, Shot-g ins
A. Allen bason his ranch, 3miles
March 20, 1890.
devil calls "type lice.”
j cast of Burns, uojne fine Strawbcr-
I ry Plants, known as the “Monarch,”
—James Roussell will rustje
—Call on J. J. Pierson, our Pho- [ for sale nt $1.50 per hundred.
Weather*Crop Bulletin No. 13,
r9.. . » I . .»« who
1,,\ .o is Fien
«.n. 1 4 to do 1 prhey
_11 1. healthy,
1.1 and 1 with
wood for the town, he and Mr. Mc tographer,
Murphy brought to town. Tuesday, all work in lijs
his line. 1 Mr. Person |t>r care will do well. Call and see
two loads of excellent dry wood.
is an artist of long,experience, and , for yourself, or send order.
Of the Oregon State Weather Bq-
IIA3 LAJIÛEST CIRCULATION pf ANY
we assure ti e public he will give 17-3t-
A. A i . i . en .
renu co operating with U. S. Signal
—Rev. McCart returned from satisfaction. Conic and have your
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
Service, Central Office, Portland,
Silver creek, Monday, and .reports picture taken, l>e will make you
Oregon, for the week ending Satur
the people of that vicinity in good handsome, although you may be
day, March T2d, 1890.
health and preparing to put in their as ugly as a mud fence.
If you want your nerves braced,
Gall on "Tex” and take a taste:
Prices Lowest in Eastern Oregon
Official County Paper.
The very best of liquor* vou’ll find
The temperature and sunshine
Letters not Called Tor.
At "Texe’s,” mid him be'hind
—The Republican primaries will
With gentlemanly courtesy to greed,
have been below the average; the
be held next Saturday, March 5;
Boys kike a drink and then have a » at.” rainfall about the average, The
Briggs, Elias M.; Bates, Jacob:’ " You
County Convention Wednesday
can have your drink straight or
temperature lias generaiiy lieen
following, March 9th; State Con Carrol, Owen S.; Doran, John; Ed
shape you prefer it fixed
above the freezing point, The
vention on the 26th of April.
To suit lhe stomach, or suit your faslt
Jacobs, Wm. C.; McMahon, Bros. Fo to "Text 's bar,*’ bojs, make l.ri e iraké weather has been partly cloudy to
THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1890
cloudy. The rainfall has been
—J. C. Garrett takes his defeat (2); Mannis, C.; Poindexter. Win.:
light, but generally welldistributed.
philosophically, expressing- himself Perfield & Biswell, (2); Stewart,
—Burns is flourishing, as usual. as entirely satisfied with tiie action Addie; Smith, C. W. (2).
of the Convention, and acting upon
—Latest style in draperies.
in uplands, is to
true Democratic principles, will
Make the Best cf Everything.
Miss G untiieil -
celebrate Arbor Day, second Fri wet for plowing, hence the spring
support with all his strength and
seeding is retarded. The snowfall
There are several things always day in April.
—Eggs scarce in Burns. What influence the nominees of the Con
a,,<l ^,e ra>ns
the past winter
arc we going to do for Easter.
will do wellto notice and remem ing, addresses, and tree planting, ' have been such ns to nipisteq the
1 ground to n greater depth than l^as
—C. Wullai^* left Burns ber.
—R. J. Baker, of Silver creek,
Wednesday morning; Mr. Wallace
Exhibition in the
All been known for years.
came into town, yesterday.
A lad v, for example, will never ig /• ,
\ has been stopoing in Burns fir the
and patrons oi the school
I itt I p kindnesses.
—Charley Riggs and Billy Tuck last twelve months, he made many iinrn
are invited to aitimi.
crop is gener
er, of Paisley, are in Burns.
friends here who regret very much Conclude in a crowd that she has a
ally reported in good condition, but
to see him take his departure for right fo push her way through.
Patenta Granirci fa < oaM lnv«*/i>
a few days of warmth and sunshine
A. J Brown and M. M. Brierly, the Dalles.
Consume the time of people who!
of Harney, in Burns on Wednesday.
can ill spare it.
Durine tbe pa.t week wpopi'.i for ? hk I uro much needed to give it a good
i start. Grass is growing finely and
—Bill Woods and Barb-wire/
, llFRALn hy
A. Hr.ow :m.l <*<
—Charles Zeigler, ourroad super since Tuesday, are not on very good Wear on the street n dress
I.awytn utul KoUcitur., Oppvoite i< •'
at stock is recuperating from the ef
visor, was intown yesterday; reports terms. Bill claims to be a pugilist cf. fitted to the house or carriage
I ent Office, Waehingfun, D. C.
fects of the short feed. Where soil
the roads in bad condition.
the first order, but Barb wire on Talk loudly in public places.
i J. A. Angwin, Oakland, Cai., Ma operations can be pushed a Igrge
Wear a torn glove when a needle chine for applying hose-couplings. acreage is being prepared.
last Tuesday knocked him out the
—C'has Hamilton, J. M. Crow first round. Bill takes a back seat and thread and a few stitches would
M. A. Clennam. Sau Francisco,
and J. P. McEach«ron, of Pendleton, in the synagogue.
make it i(!l right.
I Pneumatic railway.
came in on the Ontario stage, Tues
ornamental trees, and
| Fail in nnswering letters or re
W II. Ferguson, Seattle, ' 7at,h., shrubbery are developing theirjbuds;
—The Burns Hotel is again turning visits, unless she is ill or in
on the latter, leaves are beginning
opened under the management of
—Peter Clemens informs us that E. K. Tavlor. a gentleman we think trouble.
D. O. Livermore, Los Gato. Cal., to show. Peach trees are in blos
his children arc suffering with
som in Lane county. The cold
we ran safely recommend to the the sue. or the rain, the air or the Rash-fastener.
whooping cough, also, Chas. Zeig
W, F. Mill«, San Franci»<o, De winter has injured the |>ea< h crops
public. The hou^e is having nt lack of it.
ler« family are having a siege of la
I vice for loading shijiK.
to some extent. Several weeks of
this time a fair run. increasing dai
Make an engagement arid then; \ Moore, Ban Jfrancis. o, Music fair weather and warm sunshine are
ly. His ad. will ap]>ear in our
needed to allow of spring work, the
- ! not be on time.
—M. R Biggs and George Size next issue.
O. .A. Pratt, Brownsville, < al., starting of the grain and the devel
('pniplain of h< r family, or dis
more. Attorneys at Law,"have moved
—Bill Woods the proprietor of cuss personal aflaire witt^ stranger» Book index.
opment of the buds of trees etc .
into the front part of the building
the White Front livery stable, de I Always believe tire worst rathcri J L. Rtillmen, Frem. Cal , Ant-
On March 22d, 1889. peach, ap
occupied by the E ast (iitouox H er
sires to inform the public that it is than the ‘ best ‘ side «f a -*
ple and cherry trees were in full
ald , where they will be glad to see
impossible to ?et hay fur his stable,
A lady d<s-s not do any < th •: ‘ J Turner, San Fernando. Cal., bloom, leaves on ornamental trees
Lilt invitee hie customers to make
were out. Flowers were blooming
make the best of everything— 8asb Listen« r.
1 I and many varihes of vegetables
—Several p< mini in Bums on the use of his barn free of charge if they the sorbi, the weatb< r und h rifll .
C D. Weltlun, Mien, Wash To- were in the market in many parts
morning of April 1st, were very can bring their own hay with them,
She believes in th. „ _ gold'-u rule' La.eO pl|*V-
of the State.
much astonished, when naked tctie also, he wish- s to inform the nub-
Dtawitigs r.ml S|>e< ifL'Afiobs of'
up a sore finger, at the individual lie that he has grain, and has reu|- ®»>'i endeavors as f.ir ns p. — bk to
B. 8. E ach ■
‘____ live up to it; and 'that'« whit you
a.-.y ..I (lii-se patents will be «ent for I
walking off leaving thrm in qi.i t ed a goo 1 ■ pasture in
possession of the finger—1st, day of
t ire horses and feed grain at - rea- that you will try and do during th« j st«-.«t i Always give «late«t paper
—*ub> r.'b< f rTur H erald , th*
1 day —Ladies’l|ome Journal
| sonalte rates.
».U-»„ (,’ A. Snow