East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, December 10, 1890, Image 3

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    IOAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
fraoor.
—Tex’s Saloon is the “boss.”
—Notice the premiums offered bv
T he H erald .
XMAS .IS COUIMG.
BALL,
G reat R eduction sale !
I d Ornca, Burr*. Oregon Nor. s, I860.
It IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow-
E settler has filed notice of hisinten-
feke final Pr‘H,f 111 “uPP°r1t of.
u,a*n‘
Caid proof will be made behjre the
laud Receiver. L H. l and O®Cd at
■gon, on December 22, 1890. vis:
THE FINEST DISPLAY
—More new goods were received
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!
AT BURNS IN THE NEW HALL. WHICH WILL BE THOROUGH­
at Robbins’store this week.
LY RENOVATED.
Of Silverware,Jewelry, Plush Goods,
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!!
—Mr. Walls, of Catlow valley, Dolls, Knick-knacks and Notions.
is visiting our town this week
, Toys of all kinds, sensible and
Frank M. Jordan.
We have a Larger Stcok than ever;
Lor the N54OINEU NEU W .nd
\ ’ novel,
— Harry Thompson’s family ar-
K W«Set tion 24, ip 25, HR 8AE. W. M •
he* the following wlt«ie**c* to prove rived from Drewsey, last Friday.
We carry the Best Goods;
biioua residence upon ai d euliivail.iu
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,
bad vl*; J M. Kela.i. Jo*eph Parker,
[rail and II. 8. CanSeld, all of Harney,
—William Shirk and wife spent
We want Your Trade.
two or three days of last week in
.>. B. H vstikotom , Regtater.
To be found at the popular Milli­
Burns.
A CORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDFD TO EVERYBODY.
nery Rooms of
GAGE SISTERS.
—Fine brandy, at Long & Bosen­
(CR:
TICKETS (Withcut Supper) $1-50.
berg’s, for mince pie, sauce, etc.
All men that by ilrtueof an order ol Try it.
■ —-1 'SI..........
——■
LCounty Court of the Htateof Oregon,
To Delinquent Subscribers.
ley County, dated the 29th dav of oc­
Grand March to commence at 8:45, sharp.
tet), dulv entered, the undersigned has
—Now is the time to get vour
pointed Administrator of the Estate of
for. deceased, and^having duly quail dental work done, as winter is com­
We call attention to the fact that
GENERAL COMMITTED:
iers have issued to me in that behalf.
ing on.
o
mods , therefore, having claims *K*{ns*
paper
cost
money,
and
it
takes
Dr. II. Boyd, M. Fitzgerald, Ed Hanley,
Harry
Th-mpson,
Lie, are hereby notified as required by
—We are much pleased to see money to run a printing office.
►resent tne same to in»» at iny P,u<e. /’*
J. T. Silman, II. Chambers, P. Young,
Geo.
Zumwalt,
K at Burn*. Orason, duly
",
W. W Johnson
Lee Caldwell,
Geo. Young
Itb> from the date o! the ""‘.J’“,1’11.,* our young friend. Ralph Geer, on Please think of this and remit. We
J. C. Welcome,
bls Notice, to-wit: 6 month* Ito“* llu’ the streets again.
Pearl Geer,
Hugh
Smith,
H.
C.
Levens,
of November, 1890.
will take wood, grain and vegetables
Bi, Nov. 11.1». W1LU4MI,Oi„
in
the
absence
of
money.
Your
—Take a load of wood, or hay,
ktrator ol the Eltate ut W m Tiger, de-
General Floor Manager: J. B. HUNTINGTON.
to l)r. Horton, and get your teeth county local paper is a “necessary
WE WILL 8ELL
fixed up before they ache.
o
evil” that you can’t very well dis­
Committee on Music:
Flour at................................................................. $7 00 per. Barrel.
E HERALD.
—Do not fo-get that Ed. Walton pense with, and you would feel pret­
G. Rembold, M. Fitzgerald, Ben Brown, P. F. Stenger.
Sugar “...................-............................................ 9.25 “ 100 lb».
is ready a’, all times to give vou a ty sore over the matter if your
Salt
“..........................................................; ’ ” 4.00 “ 100 Ibi.
nice smooth shave or hair-cut.
county
papers
would
pull
up
and
And
all
other goods at corresponding low prices, during our GREAT
ROEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
Reception Committee:
REDUCTION
SALE.
......
“
scatter,
”
leaving
you
without
any;
—You will find the best brands
VSI’APER IN THIS COUNTY.
H C. Levens, J. B. Huntington, II. Long
Lou Bozenberg,
Reductions are made in every Department of our large stores.
of liquors that can be Lought in the and another fact you will have to
Lee Caldwell,
P. G. Smith.
market at the Saloon of Henry consider: your editors must be paid
«■“NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINDER SUPPLIES,
r
o
.cial County Paper. Long.
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Yours Truly,
for their work or its “no go.” Pub­
Chas. Byrd,
Floor Committee:
B. Brown,
—M. R. Biggs, deputy sheriff, got lishing a paper is our vocation, or
J. DUFKCHEIMER & CO.,
Ralph Geer.
H. Richardson,
P. F. Stenger,
D. Drinnen.
back from buleui last Saturday. wav of making a living. The fact
3-50
THE LEADING MERCHANTS OF HARNEY COUNTY.
Local News.
He delivered his "charge” safely at
of the business is, we want you to
the asylum.
RNEY COUNTY ITEMS.
pay yoyr subscription.
—Gage Sister, Milliners und
Dressinakeas, Call and be con­
DECEMBER. 10
BURNS CHRISTMAS TREE.
vinced of the stability of their goods
AND
and work
3—52.
The ladies of Burns, met at the- GRAND EXHIBITION, CHRISTMAS TREE AND BALL, AT
RILEY SCHOOL HOUSE, DECEMBER 25, 1890.
Married.—In . Burns, yesterday M. E. church, Saturday afternoon,
TRWSPORTATION Company.
PROGRAM:
Ihas Adams moved his family morning, William Bullington and and made following arrangement Opens at 7:30 p tn. prayer by Rev. T. V. B. Embree.
MisB Dora Cummins. Judge Mil- for a Christmas Tree:
tn, last Monday.
7-30 to 10: Exhibition, Songs, Recitations, Declamations, Dialogues, I
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
ler/olliciating.
Speaker for the occasion, Mr. H. etc., bv the Riley school.
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: choice display of Japanese
—Received at the Hardware store Kelley.
Stages leave Burns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsey, Bvulah,
lOtoll:
CHRISTMAS TREE.
.
ies at the Gage Sisters. 3-51
two crates of queensware, also a
Speakers for the evening: D. L. Grace, W. C. Byrd, Dr. Etndrec and
Committee on music: M. N.
Westfall and Vale, where
Ve call attention to the Christ- full slock of bird cages, hanging
Mrs. 8. I). Hill.
Fegtley and Miss Young.
iresents found at the Millinery and bracket lamos
Close Connection is Made
o
12 o’clock p m, to 12 a m, Grand Ball.
Committee on finance: Misses
pf the £age Sisters.
CJNMlTrKES:
with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
—J. Durkheimer received this Maud Jameson, Minnie Reed and
BITES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
On gettin the Tree: T A. Baker. R. C. Garrett and Frank Dibble
I’e signed a petition, last week week more new goods. Ho has a
»10 1X1 | ‘ Burn* Io -•
Vale
Burns, to Ontario.
On dressing the Tree: Mesdames Geo. Smith, Simon Lewis, J F
We*l Fall
’-J»
ail service on tho Ontario supply of tho famous Parker Gum Aggie Gage.
s no I
*•
“ drove city
“
•* Drewaey
. 4 00
.. 6.00 I
“
“
Beulah
Committee
to
purchase
presents
Onkcrman
and
Miss
Roberts.
[seven day of the week,
•• Harney
■ ■
l-W
.. 2 60 |
bools with leather soles.
••
‘ Pine Cteck
Taking off the Gifts: Misses Stella and Ailu Garrett, Ella Baker and
or other necessary articles:
Frieght and Passengers must
Baggage,
301bs
to
each
Passenger,
lersons wishing to purchase
Maud
Elliott;
and
Messrs.
Ray
Dusenburg,
Lee
Thornburg,
Robert
ba
­
—Sale of tickets for Christmas
Mesdames Fegtley, 4Sweek and
fare paid in advance.
be way-billed. Passenger
”
les, call on Sam King; his po ball will commence on' Dec. 8 1890
ker. Don Baker and Joseph Garrett.
Morrison.
[are first class and cheap.
J. C. P arkbb Jy
Calling off the Gifts: T. J. Shields and William Hogan.
N eki A cki . es ,
and can be bought at the principal
H arry F loyd ,
Committe to trim the tree: Maud
Burns Agwnt.
Distributing Gifts: Misses Ada Smith, Myra Shields, Della Lewis,
Division Agent.
Gen. Sup’t.
Lr friend. Ed Perry, renewed business houses in town.
Jameson. Minnie Reed EmmaCald- Ellie William, Florence Baker and Maudie Smith.
Subscription to the H earld ,
—Miss Emma Caldwell, of the
On Supper: Mesdames Dibble, Garret. MSrthn J. Baker, Creasman,
[he is sending to a friend in Willamett valley, a neice of Mrs. w.ll, Mary Tupker Etta Byerley
Maltha Baker, Hogan, Lewis, Lizzie Williams, Shield and Williams.
Mary Caldwell, is visiting friends and Messrs. Chas. Byrd, Pearl
On Invitation: R, J. Baker, Simon Lewis, R. J. Williams, J. F. Oak-
Geer and Henry Welcome.
erman, M. B. Smith, Jas. Smith, II. A. Dibble, Geo. Williams, J. C.
is with pleasure we write the and relatives m our t,own.
Committee appointed to obtain Creasman and C. Cecil.
THE RED FRONT LIVERY STBALE,
lement in the condition of| —A limited number of ball tickets
(Miller’s little boy who has for the caristmas dance will be re­ the tree: P. F. Stenger, T. J. Morri­ On Music: Wm. Hogan and E. D. Baker.
TIIOS. WHITING,... . ............................................... Proprietor.
Floor Managers: J. C. Garrett and Thos. Allen.
try ill.
served for those living at a distance son and Henry Caldwell.
Santa Claus: C. A. Sweek.
le county scat question of and cun be secured from Ben Brown
' The proprietor of the Red Front Livery Stable assures the pub­
Ad vice to Mothrra*
The following little girls were se­
zY Pieusing Sense
kind Harney was docketed, or Geo. Young.
lic that he is prepared to accommodate in every way in hil
Mm. Wlmlow’B S.KJthing Bvru> hus imed been
lected
to
sing
a
Christmas
Carol:
k Supreme Court docket, of —Lunaburg Sr Fry, our popular
line of business.
bv mllliora uf mUlier« fur chiloreu teething for
Of
health
and
strength
renewed
and
fl fry jeurs with perfect lUCceM. It relieves
lie» ter Johnson, Madge Bvrd, Cla­
[te. for last Tured-.y.
boot and shoe firm, have just re­ ra and Bessie Stenger, Minnie and of ease and comfort follows the use the little sufferer at once, produces natural,
quiet s'.eep b freeing the child from pain
£W*IIay and grain con stnntly on hands, nnd careful hand».
the little cherub awakes cs “bright as a
teachers certificates granted ceived their winter supply of goods. Dell Giannini.
of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in har­ and
button.” Jtis very pleasant to taste, soothes
Give
them
a
call.
Their
motto
is
I November quarter. G. O.
C ora W ooley ,
theckiid,
softers
the
gums,
allays
pain,
re
­
mony with nature to ■ effectually
wind, reçu lai UK the bowels, and is the
L-ks. Emily Howser. Nannie quick sales and short profits.
Secretary. cleanse the system when costive or lieves
lx»» known remedy for dirrah<ea. whether
arising
from other t anses. 2he a fcort'e
Is, and Omer Terrell.
—Young gentlemen, call on our
billious. For sale in 50c and $1
Saddle Butte Item».
photographer, Henry Canaday, and
eriff Cowing lias returned have your pictures taken to give
bottles by all leading druggists.4-2
A man who has practiced medi
Dec. 4, 1890
ke sheep hunt. Sir. C .sue- your sweethearts Christmas. Young
cine
for 40years, ought to know salt
Mrs. Morrell has been visiting
pn overtaking the sheep; Mr. ladies please follow suit.
Attention.
from sugar; read what he sayB:
Mr. Oil Porter and family the past
[had possession of them, and
Of all persons still indebted to
Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
|e money for which the sheep
—Burns is needing a warin com­ week,
It ached.
fortable hall for entertainments etc
undersigned
on
E
ast O regon H er ­
MRS. LOUIS RACINE,----- ---- - - - - - -P romibtr «»«,
Messrs.
F. J. Cheney it Co.—
II. R. Svms and family, left the
It is impossible to enjoy anything 28th inst. forthuir home on Crooked ald accounts, viz: subscriptions Gentlemen:—I have been in the
B urns , O regon .
- •
B. Huntington received, last no matter how entertaining it may
ly, from Portland, three fine be, when one is suffering with cold River; J. Rov Dickenson accom­ subsequent to Nov. 28 1889, adver­ general practice of medicine for
A largo ond commodious Hotel, everything neat and oomfortabl».
panied them.
tising and job work done prior to most 40 venrs, and would say that
ngravings; one of Ulysus S.
Tables furnished with all market affords. Sure to suit th»
—If you desire to purchase a du­ Marion Templeton and family, March 1, 1890, is called to the fact in all niv practice and experience
one of Abraham Lincoln ano
public. When in Burns, do not fail to give the Hotel a trial.
rable,
guaranteed
organ
or
piano,
Custur’s last rally. These
got home the 28th, from Prineville, that payment must be made before have never seen a preparation that
call
on
Prof.
E.
A,
McCoy,
he
is
is will be presented to Mrs.
after a two months visit to parents 18th dav of September, 1890, to I could prescribe with as much
£WG00D TABLE SERVICE,
kg ton, by her husband, as a agent for several reliable firms and and friends.
save further cost of collection.
condfience of success as I can
will most assuredly suit you both
mas gift.
D. L. G race ,
in price and style.
The shoot gun malitia made a Burns Oregon Aug. 21, 1890.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured
iss Emma Loggan, daughter
raid on Mrs. Geo. Stovall's d welling
by
you. Have prescribed it a great
—The O. C. Company Hunting­ the 1st inst., breaking her window,
Ire Loggan. of Harney, while
many times and its effect is wonder­
Take It Before Rreakfast.
It at the entertainment given ton Oregon have a full stock of door, etc., shooting into her dwell­
ful, and would sav in conclusion
i Burns dramatic club, last i everything in the mercantile line. ing. Hrs. Stovall bravely stood
great npetizer, tonic and liv­ that I have yet to find a ease of Ca­
Burns I^hotogranh Q-allery,
had a slight hemorrhage of | Send in your orders by mail, parcel her ground and recognized the Co., er The
In use for more than tarrh that it would not cure, if they
kgs. She was able to go home or wagon load. They will certainly and has gone to Harney to see if 50 regulator.
W. H. CANADAY,................................................. P roprietor ., .
years in England. Positive
Irning after the entertainment, give satisfaction.
she cannot find a more appropriate specific for liver complaint. Bad would take according to directions.
be she has entirely recovered.
place for their drills.
Yours Truly,
taste in the mouth on arising in the
• ’ L. L. Gorsuch, M. D.
—The entertainment given, last
Nothing but first class pictures leaves this Gallery. Duplicate» ‘
morning,
dull
pains
in
the
head
Prof.
Story
has
a
good
school
■c H erald Acknowledges an i Friday evening, by the Burns Drn-
Office, 215 Summit St.
furnished at reduced rates. jtffiT"Give me a call.
and
back
of
the
eves,
tired
feeling,
■on to attend the first anni. ; mntic Club, was a success. The here and is the right man in the
We will give $100 for any case of
dizziness, langour—sysoms of liver
■ of the wedding of Mr. and j j drama “Among The Breakers” was right place.
complaint. Remedy—Dr. Henley’s ! Catarrh that can not be cured with
x
■. H. Gass. Circumstances ■ well performed, and we hope the
Hall's Catarrh Cure Tuken inter­
■ch we could not be present, | club, after making a good begin­ There will be a dance at Prosper­ English Dandelion 1'onic Relieves nally.
ity hall the 5th inst.
constipation, sharpens the appetite
te informed it was a very en- ning. will keep it up.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
and tones up the entire system.
fe occasion, and the gifts, re-
Mr. Woldenburg’s hay has been Get
Toled, O.
the
genuine
from
your
druggist
[ by the happy’ couple, were
—Lost, on the night of the dra­ destroyed by range cattle.
£3F"Sold by Druggists, 75c.
for
$1,
nnd
take
nccording
to
direc
­
aid appropriate.
matic entertainment, from the
you “C”
tions.
I.
>
lias Mollie Lehman, of Harney watch chain of Dr. Bovd a gold
medal
Anv
one
finding
the
above,
Notice.
Lake View (Or.). November 25.
pariied by several of her du -
----
PaoraiBTGM.
Gods blessing to humanity—So —The trial of one of the famous SMITH & RICHARDSON
E'ended tiie dramatic enter- 1 will I >e liberally rewarded by leaving
Ail persons knowing themselves
ent, given in the Town Hall, 1 the same at W. E. Grace’s drug indebted Lee Caldwell, please come says an Oregon Pioneer Ninety swamp-land cases in Luke county
fiday night. They were late store.
and settle, for I am in need of Years Old.
Forest Crove, Or., March 19—I i has resulted in the horrible disfig­
| in; the cause, we are in-
—County Judge Campbell, of money to send and get a winter have used the Ori-eon Kidney’ Tea urement of Alfred Henderson, an
Shop i appi led with *U Me«t* m*rk*t «fforil*. « VSho? ofipoalt* Fu*t*»e*.
I, was the bad condition of Baker countv. refuses to issue a stock of liquor.
nnd obtained immediate relief. It agent of It F JleConnaughy, who is
kd, causing the team to fag so wnrrant for the arrest of Mix. Dale
is God’s blessing to humanity. I making things warm for swamp­
khat the party were com pel led ¡and Silver, charged with swindling
For Sale.
tnke pleasurt^n recommending it to land grabbers in the vicinity of
nut of the vehicle and walk a the county of countv funds. But
the afflicted. I am now nearly nine­
Portland Boot
Shoe Store.
he of two miles.
Seven
miles
south
of
Burns,
150
I
he thinks it is his dutv to compel
ty vvars old, came to Oregon in 1842 ' Warner lake.
tons
of
fine
hay
for
sale
cheap.
Bv
j
le cordially invite all the read- I the bondsmen to re-imburse the Green Hudspeth. He offers to fur- j in the employ of the Hudson’s Bay
Henderson was a witness against
LUNABURG A FRY, P uoprietor », B urn », O regon .
the H erald , to contribute to county. A settlement of the de- nish a comfortable cabin, that can | Company, and since I began using certain lands being swamp, and in
iper, on all subjects of gener- I linquencies by the bondsmen, it is l.e occupied by the purchaser while ■ the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good the evening one J T Maupin met
and Ebuea. of th« very boat qwaltty. )Wt reaetvat
I
3,J! 2)3 A«tock of
irest. Item from every neigli- thought, will end the matter.
health.
feeding the hay.
[ Henderson in the office of the
od in the county are thank-
D avid M ukrof .
—We were called on, bv the
I Lake View Hotel, and after telling
received, still we claim the
. Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
Christmas
Tree
finance
committee
Beatty
’
s
Tour
rbc
oTWorM.
to accept or reject a part or
him he had commited perjury
FOB SALE.
(Misses
Maud
Jameson
and
Min
­
■ole of any communication,
i knocked him down and jumped on
41*1. rwiom work **d Repalrlnj n««Rp done.
Ex-Mayor Daniel F Beatty, of
I cases where changes are nie Reed) Monday afternoon, for Beatty’s celebrated Organs anil Pi-1 The Red Front Livery Stable, his face w .th his heavy boots. Hen­
be do not presume to change our “Mite to help towards buying anos. Washington, New Jersey, has | situated in Burns, opposite the
presents to put on the Tree to he
las presented.
Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers derson’s face is an awful sight, and
given to the many little ones who returned home from an extended ' this valuable Li very Stable for sale it is a wonder he lives. Thirteen
tour
of
the
world.
Read
his
ad
­
[good dance for Burns has will expect candv. nuts etc . and Lo’
teeth were kicked out of hia mouth;
BURNS ZE3UTOHEP. SHOP.
lie erv; and those who are one of the ladies remarked: “I vertisement in this paper and 6end i at low figures. He lives in the
country, some distance from town, there area dozen frightful gashea on
ly disposed and desire to thihk an elephant stepped on your for catalouge.
JAMES
COI’SHALL - -
- ----------- --- - Proprietor.
and cannot give the business the his head, and his face and one eye
hcmselve so, can have an <>p- purse.” The remark made us feel
attention
it
requires,
is
his
reason
lity by giving us a frierdly , somewhat “lonesome” hut such is
H«a*e and Lot for Bale.
for selling. There is not a more were mashd into a jelly. W. Bai­
Ihristmas. This dance is not the fate of an editor. This should
A
good
house
and
lot.
situated
valuable piece of propertv in Burns ley. who attempted to stop Maupin
►d to be a money making sink deep into the tenderest part of
b but only gotten up for the our delinquent subscribers who are in the town of Bnrns. can be pur­ and any one desiring to invest in when he was dancn fiendishly upon
be of bringing together in so- in arrearage and touch their pity chased cheap, for cash. House that kind of property, cannot better Henderson’s face, was knocked
Irmony the many lovers of for the jmor editor, and cause them well built and furnished inside, con­ ’hemselvea in any town. Call im­ down with a revolver by Abe Jones,
I amusement who are torn to reach into their pockets to the taining 4 r<>oins and one store mediately at thia office or on Mr. one of Maupin’s friends. Thi latter
kr by conflicting and sectional depth of 12.50 and a renewal of their room. Lot 50x160 feet. Warran­ W llaon. for yt i art- likely to loa^ has been arrested, but Jones es­
Full weight given. Good be. f or the block Mutton, pork,
tee deed will 1« given. Apply at a bargai n The 3tn'"!e i» ju»t what
veuiaon and game, w hen un the maket.
' subscription for the present year.
H erald office.
we recommend it to be.
caped.
NORTHWESTREN MAIL ‘
THE FRENCH HOTEL.
BURNS MEAT MARKET.