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THE J. DURKHEIMER & CO'S LOCAL-PAGE ADVERTISEMENT
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THAT CAN SUPPLY THE
Wiih Their FALL & WINTER SUPPLIES
K A I & ES EL
Our Prices are the SAME as
J. DURKHEIMER & CO,
THE WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES IN HARNEY VALLI?
I t> 1
. L’sjrvri, » .
LEGAL j®VIJ<TI-l- Ml '. 1 s
—Don’t forget when in Harney
—For a fragrant cigar go the ■
—Tex Silman is giving his sa
g < p;.
to call on Ilarrv McClure; his sa- PostolliceStore,
loon a new coat of paint.
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.teigiftert M i«»-»-
loon is supplied with the best of
—Mr M. M. Brierlv spent sever
—Lumber for the Ralph Geer
) HAS LARGEST CIBCCLATIOX OF ANY liquors and cigars.
tin shop brought in to-day.
al days in Burns this week.
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
—We have been told that several ■
- DTATEB L ang O ftiio
— Enterprise school opened last
—T. J. Silman is building oti his
Tito Oregon, April .9,
I ra B oyci , Proprietor, Harney City, Or.
grain ranches were not seeded this
BY G *v;:N - ha I he follow- .
Monday, with Miss Roberts, teach lot next to the Jamison residence.
Beason because of high water.
1 file t.oi L e of hIs lnten-
k/f I 6iipp.«rr of hi» laiin,
Hay and Grain constantly on hands. Glee me a call when at Mu
—For good smoking and chewing
will he mi’-.e before «tee
—Plenty of beef, ham, bacon,
—J. Durkheimer & Co. received tobacco go to the Postoftice Store.
r of U. S. I and office at
urtoday, JuD8uibMlsyo, via: '
flour, etc., in Burns, and loads of on last Wednesday 9 loads of
additional provision on the roads. freight.
—J. Durkheitner, of the firm of
J. Durkheimer & Co., is now in
, W. .M. He tiaines the fol- I
dove h 6 fontimiouB r«i- ■
HAKNEV COUNTY ITEMS.
—J. D. Shaw, Ike Baer, C. A. Burns.
va'lon, of «aid land, vie : |
fir6t-ciase Boarding House, his ta
•quoiunii, Geo’’«« Wilcox« 1
Sweek, W. W. Cardwell took in
ble is furnished at all times with
, ult of Burn». Oregon.
—An hour-and-a-quarter wind “ A
SArURDAY. MAY 17. IMG
. HL’STISGTON. Register.
everything the market affords.
storm held its own Wednesday af
—George Stanclift, of Anderson | —H erald is only $2.50 a year; ternoon.
—Look out for Burns races in
Valley, was in town this week; re-! now is the time to subscribe to a
—The Burns Brass Band Boys
ports sheep, cattle and horses do live local newspaper.
have engaged the able services of
—Good beds and nice rooms at ing splendidly, in his section of the
U biti i. t-TAit 1 am oni.i.<
Carrie» a full line of
—J. L. Poujade, of Cow creek, Prof. McCoy, late of Canyon City,
lIRniB. Oregon, April 29, 1K!<. |
1 m EL> Y GIVEN Him In compli-
visited T he H erald office last as instructor.
pnbtuitouf (he act of ('«ittgn«»
Mped ' An act for the »ale ox I -N. Brown has 125 acres sowed
—Geo. W. Barnes, Jas. F. Moore, Thursday. He reports everything
—Fred Lunaburg will in a few
K*8:a’es of < alif.»rriia, Oregon, in grain near Burns.
attorneys-at-law, and Alex. Con flourishing in hie section.
lMl).lngion Territory,” Junies
days have a full stock of Eastern
Ijj^piamond. euunty of Har-
BACON AND HAMS,
-Peter Clemens near Burns has nelly, and Henry Burmester, all of
has th:» du. tiled in this
—Black English currants, red made boots and shoes, of the latest
In car lote.
■reement, No. y. to» the pur over 30 acres in grain.
Prineville, came in on the Prine and white currants, gooseberries, style, and best brands.
~4 of NW’4. Keo. 1, NWl4 of NW
of N L tor of Set tlon Na. 11. in
ville stage last Wednesday evening. and cherries in blossom in the gar-
to. Rang» No. U E W M. and will
-Plenty lard, bams and side ba-
—On Monday I. A. Allison
rooltotoiiuvr that the land «ought ib morn
plat of D. L. Grace in Burns. •
—Win Page came in from Crook
brought in 2700 lbs, of postal and
•le for|_le .tlmb«.i or atone thun Lir agricul- i con in Burns for cash.
Also. agent tor the
> cfuabliah h:e claim to »aid
county last Monday and after con
express matter to the Burns post-
per and Receiver of this
—The best of lady
¡(oil, on Tucadav, the loth .
• cooks . at the sulting here with his attorneys, M.
tractor and builder, is employed, office and the stage office, respec
1* iiauusM wiine»»«« Lon j Burns Motel and table service the
R. Biggs and Captain Waters, went we understand, by Captain Kellev, tively.
M<’Knight. Albert War-1. .
And keep always a large stock on hands.
gmoud Harney county, Or | best.
1» claiming adveteol'v the
of our town, to erect his residence.
—Hon. H. Blackman is buying
« are fxsourwted to tile their
-Messrs. Canady it Marsh will rendered to the authorities.
on or before «aid li>th day
large quantities of wool and pelts,
o©en their ohoto gallery some ti me
Prices Lowest in Eastern Oregon-
■- «‘-’NT.NGT u S, R.tl.lfr. thig frtll
—When ii. Harney don’t forget . and C. Macy, of Canyon City, are in Harney county. He will leave
v to call on L. Woldenburg & Co., in Burns. C. Macy will remain eight or ten thousand dollars with
-The N. Brown flouring mill dealers in clothing, boots, shoes, here and work at his trade, in the the citizens of Harney county; a
The Oregon end Idaho Forwarding Company have jnet com pleiad a lari-' -
good rustler will make a good offi iron fire-proof warehouae at Iliintinglori, and will be prepared to receive r.
will be in operation by the time hats etc., which the firm sells at | employ of P. F. Stenger.
cer, remember that, when you go to of freight by the fir'tday of April
grain is cut.
bottom prices. Quick sales and I
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EWr-Th. Company ia prepared to make liberal advaneaa on eon.lintn.nl« of w..
¡ring a reward tor the cap-
—W. <1. Pierce, of Enterprise, the polls.
ption of Im-endark«.
-A fine, free, growing-rain pushed short profits is the motto of 'the
lav of April, lx**), conxa on plants rapidly forward last Friday house.
—The millinery establishment,
Hit* mutter of offering a re-
' day, but hook a relapse and
ire ami conviction of the par
—Just received, at the hardware lagaia prostrate; recovery from in- under the control of the Gage Sif
bet fir? to and niad< ioualy dc- and Saturday.
time on «.r about
—E. K. Tavlor proprietor of the store of Cal. Geer, an excellent as I flammatorv rheumatism is long ters, is doing a good business, and
I, Mrs. M. A. Caldwell, have
the young ladies are making many
sortment of pocket and table cut I and tedious.
Implement Co., either I - t
i ulu burning ..n ----- ._ --- ------ . , Bur,'»’ Hotel has gone to spend two
friends and gaining custom
«:.'! ■» i.’. Harney val- | weeks on his ranch on the Blitzen. lery. Young Ralph Geer has just
account rnuBt come fo.ta
—Mrs. W C. Byrd is the recipi now have a full stock in their line, my right, title and interest in the
L <)res(uii. i
received the requisite tools for gun
|hat *t i» neecF«tii v for the I
Red Front Saloon, and have taken settle by June 1st., as ali m
d the eiiGB of jiwi’it e that
smithing and is prepared to do any
the saloon accounts in part pay 1« put into the bands ot .
rtic» be ma le to nuwwer, Restaurant, with his wife to over
bage plants from Mrs. Haskell, this their goods.
work in that line.
ard wi.ulci I e id « f . i likek
for immediate .
ment on said Saloon, and have put ney
Parties wanting cabbage
re aud cuuvictiuh of the
Please come and settle
—Cal. Geer, our hardware mer plants, can be supplied by Mrs. II.
reward of $'»0' be and the ing well.
departure for Portland, to attend hands for collection.
*<i Mini will be ]wii<i wut of
— A continual feast of good chant, started for Portland, Wed
hi* Count' for tlie < aplure
Mrs. M. A. C aldwell .
—J. H. Loggan, Esq., of Harney, to the shipping of the machinery
_ |bet»artv ur panics KUi.ly of things nt the Burns Hotel and the nesday last, accompanied by his
designed for the saw and flour mill
ordered that the Clerk of people are fast finding it out, judg daughter, Miss Ida, who goes as far is always glad to see his friendk,
Bur DM Poatofllt «
utirt rautov acopv of the forcKoinK or-
who live in Burns, and vicinity, do of John Sayer, to avoid bv proper
N. Brown's Store.
‘litohedtn the E ast O regon II ek - ing from the many that lire crowd
net fail to give him a call when io attention, all unnecessary delay, in
four Moetotolve weeks.
T. .1. SHIELDS, Judge, ing the tables.
[Mr. G. will order a lsrge stock of Harney, and any goods in his line, the erection of that much needed I In Burns, is the old reliable stand ey Order department u>-
T. h . james .
-Sheep shearing at six cents a
you wish to purchase, rest assured addition to the town of Burns, also known to all in the county, as the
C« nun ¡»»loner». head, is all the go; thousands of ' hardware while below.
to make arrangements beneficial to place that can accommodate them management of Mrs. E. A
can be bought at bed rock prices.
QW r. K. 0SACK, County Clerk.
himself in the hardware line, to ac with dry-goods, notions, men’s And postmistress by appoint i
—The Burns Hotel under the
OREGO! di»---- ——---------------- fleeces falling before the experi
—Hon Henry Blackman, our commodate his customers.
enced shearer’s implement of indus- able management of E. K. Taylor, i
boys’ clothing, hate, caps, grocer present
trv; O. D. Rusk who can fleece 130 is doing a good hotel business. His very popular candidate on the
ies, all the goods usually kept in a numbers of citizens from
sheep per day is said to be the boss knowledge of how best to please Democratic ticket for Joint Sena
Full-Stocked Merchandising Store.
ty of Harney, Silvies, at
and accommodate his guests makes tor, bought in Burna on last Wed or. has just received one of the fin No more energetic, enterprising
business man resides in the valley country, have their i.a
success assured, and time only is
—When in «Burns don't fail to
I than N Brown.
sent to this office in pre
required for him to certainly get man <t Co., 35 sacks of wool and we have ever seen, manufactured
I call at the Burns Hotel and get
1150 sheep pelts, thus leaving in bv Young <t Sons of Philadelphia.
full share of the hungry travelers.
business convenience, t
This instrument cost Mr. Gradon
nearer local offices
Jtj'K ' c . im ... ti.c »ix.ve-uau»«d .ie good, and then you can tell your
1300.00 laid down in Burns. He
friends when coming to Burns dressmaking, guarantees satisfac
Is an undertaking for the pur
tonarne of^tho Sta’e of Oregon, you ar?
nteapiH'itrun-l st b a er the coin- ; where to eat and rejoice, bling, tion to all customers, having come ; blacksmithing and wagon making mined not to be surpassed in style pose of establishing at an earlv the business transacted
HK \. u in the ubove entitled I filled with good things.
to our town from the East a short establishment in Harnev, and keep or accuracy. Very few. if any date, in the trade-center of the office, beginning Sep tern
fiiB’ day of the next regular
^“ < Vwurtof the state of Oregon
time ago; therefore almost a stran well supplied with a full stock of counties in the State, are so well county a wall-stocked Public Li up to date, May 14, 189'
County o< U» Arney, tv wit: on or before
—Chas. Gunther can tell as
T ffay of M> jv, IXJH j . the same being the
ger in our town; we hope the ladies iron and hard woods. Persons de provided in surveying instruments brary of new books by none but the Money
v jot the wax ^t : rtgainr .Mai i<nn, A. I), large a chicken yarn as you care Ur
tnd if \ on fni 1 bo to answer, hear, well, in fact Charley has! of Burns and Harney Valley, who siring anything in their line can be as Harney county.
best authors, and an attractive Citab
i pinintitf will apply to the
Reading Room, where farmers, Portal nolee paid
dcniautied lathe coniplaiut, chickens of almost every variety desire work in her line will give
Lrttert and pavrale re*irtered <7<
largeer towns in the State. Work
her a call.
stockmen, with their families, and
" in transit,’ll .*< W
»aid Court foreeh Bing that belonging to the chicken fAtnily.
done promptly and satisfaction
1 delivered,lite* b7
ti the N£!4 of Set. ¿2 in Tp. Call on Mr. G.. he will sell you
transient guests in town, can al
All persons are hereby warned
in Harney County. Oregon,
—The Harney Hotel, in Harney, guaranteed. Although not the ear
ways find a pleasant, quiet source
d on the 3d day of August eggs at reasonable prices.
_ logs down Silvies
Robt Drink», ater proprietor, is one of liest comers, they already have a when floating
nt E. I). Weaver. heie.tnand
Froas ■mlmrwei C. .
of recreation during their stay in
Vine, and that the property
River, if they injure mv dam I will
—Our blacksmith, Mr. Adolph the leading hotels in Harney coun- [ : very large trade.
be Bold mb upon execution
Burns. When completed it will be
Eds. H buald : 1 am r<
hold them responsible for all dam
tout h sale be applied in pay- Tupkvr, seerns to be contented and ty. Mr. Drinkwater keeps hi» ta>
placed under tlie management of
iid note and inivreet in ilie
tbe tfitiatois of our little
—The grass plat of the Texas sa ages
tod, to-wit: the butii of
happy: cau^e—plenty of work, and ble supplied with everything the j
one of the most prominent temper
p.70 intereat, together with
N. B rown .
to correct, through the ■
e attorney> fee, and the as he ia one of those sort of men
ance organisations in the State.
icnta of thia Miit, aud hire-
affable and courteous, ever having: grounds surrounding the residence
the H brald , a report, •
very oefendiiut bcrem and who don’t like to be idle, bring on
Burna Eparreta Office
lig uuuerthein or either vf your worn.
1 upser win
it, a pleasant word for his many of Mrs. M. A. Caldwell are being
The Frenili Hotel of Burm.
in circulation, and libel t , .
‘¿ k >"o”,ridL'!np'uJi!i'n uh! and do it in a workmanlike man- friends and guests.
The only express office in the
injury to A. A. Cowing
the Harris, Cornelison. McKinnon
part theiwuf and for jud».« 1 npr
Id defendant F. 1). Weaver« 1
—T. J. Silman, one of the best :an(j Jamison houses ia drained, county in located at Burna, BO, of the French Hotel, came to Burns for tbe office at sheriff i i
[hieh rn»> remain after .|>- •
R BiggS. atlomcv-at-law,
your wife and daughter
irlto of the sale
eaie of Mid
»a d preui
prein < '
» saloon men in Oregon, will aoon,and grata taking its place; a well • when
| four years ago and started a small ocratic ticket We are
z. whoRe thing!e loomfi up m front of have a supply of the best brands of; being dug on the new N. Brown der
teie to ‘ the
from abroad, von have to co;ne
and further re the H erald , office, is an attorney
ln,dy ”, a‘ tbe report te in circular i
*• t > the Court mu aveni
liquors. tdUiard tables, and other ¡lot; gardening and plowing going to receive the goods at the Express !the hra'‘ of1«*
of remarkably moral and temper- saloon furniture and fixtures. Welforward. "Anything and every-
voters of this commui
ord-*rad to be
Office-then if the countyeeat be “r«n8ed b“‘ ,
i T’ c upon
T!» ate habits, honest anti straight in
>. Weaver auC
voted to Burns, one trip to town «b»« »»Dphed with all the coun- Harney for permanent <
air'llcation thereof wn< l . I hi« dealings with his fellowmen.
the fact, ttoat Tex spares no pains teen,* motto in trifl a as well tie will answer a number of purposes try afford. The parlor is a mods). and that this being ant»
•tt Ive week», in the E ast ,
weekly rawajuper of gnu ■ We feel that we can recommend i to please »nd accommodate bis matters of greater import.
aai*i Harnex County and
[ and will compare very favorably tbe interest erf Borns x
led and published at Burr g. Mr. Biggs to the public, as a young , customers, all comers and goers re-
I with Eastern hotel parlors; tie throogh the in floe nee o f
bvon. ai.d appeudu* to lie lawyer worthy of its patronage and ,
Ikiut atkmal Notice .
• memtier that fact and give him a
likely to give no: ice to the
I I bedrooms
wri fitted np. coiilv
I by order of Hon. M. 1>. confidence.
Co., which te doing a very exten
in». Tins report ia fate
Id Court, nia ti* and dated
M m . Racine al
The Burns 8chool under its pres- • and comfortably
cm City, Grant Cwnt>.
—Jno W. Sayer will haveaheavy I i
owns Q a Finrh
ranch of 16*1 acres, four to injure Mr Cowing
. D. l.-aii. a id duly filed
rapidly c. ap
— Highland Recorder (Va ): W ' eerie«, in Eastern Oregon, opened a ent a management ia
Mansfield saw. and carrtees. with a i
of Bnms, nicely im other purpose Ths v< r
Cal. Byrd and son have recently be- J branch house in I'urns. May 25th
J. NAT RVTrtOX.
Attorn«: Lr Plaintiff gang edger, to put with his tie en
proved; with » good dwelling on i*.. neighbor hood, every o
gine in the Burns saw mill. Thus
and at this date, has sixty fruit will vote for Bums tor < <.
leaving the old mill complete.: and well managed pa|w-r called the (this date. May 14th, 1890, their of this part of the State, being per
books » show sales amounting
a « t O
regon H kbald . public
_ to fectly graded »nd systematically trees in fine condition
There ien.’t.M man in t h
which will remain on its present 'E
its operation ran jxt l< this is told, not all te told as she is
I location. Mr. Cal. Geer, onr Hard ' at Burns, Oregon, where Mr. B. and *75,000. These fisures speak well conducted,
otherwise than highly ruices«fnl, now making preparations tn erect nity. that remembers e
e, will be found I ware. and Machinery Merchant, family have lived for several years for the firm, in business point of
a large three-story hotel, upon ing BM any eonversati«
t to the customary will run in connection with the We have the paper that indicate« a view, and very well for Burna and i obtaining results scarcely possible
which work will begin in two weeks, Cowtetf^oei the count-
a home paper but Burns Saw Mill, a five run Roller change in its management by a well Harney Valley.
will Im octo pie ted and ready tion. Tbe voters of lb-
question were in [flour mill, he having a finely ad written salutatory bj the new« ditors
hood Will support A A
stone * busmerr house in our i .the
the fact that Burns
B wm will erect a • to be o-«?ti<«i by Beptemle.r 1st Ail
unr delayed paper justed 70 horsepower engine. That In it they set forth the chief object a large _____
• Us Mrs. Lovis Kaciae Las tacoui ’“•’’i
tend in order to get ( will enable the farmer« of Harney
pitshed within the short spr.ee ofj«L«>Mkteve the otf.ee,
p ul edition < f the Valley to ha<e their wheat ground
wvhout [distinctly ar.owm th.t
Harosy county, the being among the n.acv»epen'u,in- four years,
p««p>« of * ”
■ e ; all to pr.-Mi this -into flour at home, ar.d there is no eountrv. It has s decided stand in ! tbe
capital, tut having (what te belter
i lbw large and enter duceW.vots offer d by pur town tp
Jnal le with . ur u.- j reason whv. with a mill in onr politics, which every one who knows I coufidsuos
«art ana a.w..
Vs prising firm in tbe certain bright the b'^mv seek-r ar.d permanent than capital with oitit) industry, |*•*$»
jp<eit<-rs 10 do t te ■ midst, wv should n’t have as good tlw Byrd family might gtleee
1 flour se is tnad« in Ong<<n.
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