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“Merry Christmas” to our readers.
L l moor.
L no O ffk 1, Burn«, Oregon Nov. R, le90.
I c e IS HEREBY GIVEN that the f.«IK»w
■Bed «ettler ha« filed notice of hlsinten*
hnake final proof in aupport of hla Halm
kt said proof will be made before the
fr and Receiver, f. K Land OHloa at
Oregon, on December *2, ltWO. v.a:
—Notice the premiums offered bv
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le. rhe I..I own:« »» »•« ««•“ J« P«»«
iiiuou. resilience npon »nil < ultiv»ll..n
nid vf«: Jsme«<llloert, Charles Roper
ay Oregon, and Henry Bugler and
r. Bbaw.of l»»ri».Ore«on.
j. S. HuBTiMorov, Register
L all men that by virtue of an order of
a County Court oi the Stateof Oregon.
Fuey County, dated the z9lh dav of Oc-
dulv entered, the undersigned hag
■»pointed Administrator of the Estate of
jgvr, deceased. and ¡having duly quad*
Iter« have laaued to me in that behaif.
araoi.a. therefore, having claims avail at
la.e, are hereby notified aa require i by
present tne aaineto me at mv plat e of
ire at Burna. Oreguu. duly verilied with
m*h« from the dare vf ihe flr«‘ pul>II<a-
lhisN..tl<e, to* wit: 6 muiiiks from the
jr of November, 18U0.
StbiaNov. U, 1B4I0
W illiam H. G arb .
datrator of the Eatate of Wm. Tiger, de-
OSAL8 FOR BU1DING BRIDGE:
■ propoaala will be received by the
(Clerk .ur building a Bridge a crura Sil
ver, oil what is known as the Eintree
darney county, anid bridge will require
I span, one bent at each bank and con-
il the same as the bridge now a< roca
River at Hater’s Mill All bi« a will be
i by ihe Cvuntv Court, on January 5, W»1
irt reserving tne right to reject any and
i. By urdir of the County Court.
rasmyhaud anti seal ihia 17<h dav wf
W E G.BACB, Clerk
■on. County Court, for the County
P Harney, átate vi Oregon:
ie utidei«igne<l citisefis and legal voter«
■ pre« in<t, Harne) (vunty, Ha-e of Orv
i««)-e<tfiill> ira» that ali<ei«e be
[unto l.vtig A. P m «eiii arg for the «a!e of
ba, mal’, and vitx.ua liquor«. In «a d pre
Kkutd.v. und bta*e, in quanti.)«« 1er«
fee quuD, fvr a perlon «»f «ix mviith«, be-
Kn.d luiiitiLg iixm ike <ih cay «.t Feb-
■ h , to ihe 7th cay of Auguar, lbUi, and
■iiiottei« eier pra) :
C W. Garred,
C. M Mac»,
J. 1. Silman,
L M. Browu,
1 « vuh n.
J. C Putker.
H. U. l evel:«,
J. I. Newman,
T C J. be\wr.
W. W Juht Bon,
Gev. W. AndeiaoD,
R J baker.
1 en brown,
John E. Martin,
Henry Kit harusun.
1-, j . Martin,
Pei er Thon p«on,
W M. ( uxhing.
Jaju s hac-iue,
l>, M. McMiitumy.
< harlt b Hcirvu,
J. P. Garred,
W. 11 Caldwell,
A* C WortJUrrgtnn,
G. W. Zumwalt.
II, E. Thompson,
R. E Keed,
W. T. Bu< han an,
P. II Y. ung.
(., W. Wi c.,x«on.
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!
In Christmas Goods.
—Fred Miller has rented the
Burns Meat Market from Smith
; and Ricburdson.
AT THE GEER HARDEWARE’
— Persona wishing to purchase
|x. ..t.KS, call on Sam King; his po-
i.a.K-s urc fiist class and cheap.
—Do not fo-get that Ed. Walton
ir leudy a*, uli limes to give vou a
.ace s.iiuotli suave or hair cut.
A GREAT DISPLAY (>F
—The Burns Dramatic Club will Tin Toys,
play “Among The Breaksrb” at Dienes, Vases, Fancy Cups and
Harney on the evening of the 31st
Saucers, Silverware. Tea Sets, Glass
—Received at the Hardware store Table Sets. Water and Lemonade
two crates of queensware, also a Sets, Casters, Pitchers, Cake and
full stock of bird cages, hanging
Fruit Stands, Bird Cages, Center
and bracket lanios
—Sale of tickets for Christmas Table Noielities and a fine display
ball will cemmence on Dec. 8 1890
and can lie bought at the principal of Ornamental Lamps.
business houses in town.
—Wnen in town during holidays
“drop iu” and see Tex, his liquors
are of the best quality, and given to
you by the polite mixologist in any
shape you desire.
—Fine brandy, at Long & Bosen
— Mr. John Pratt, our tailor,
wishes to inform the public that he berg’s, for mince pie, sauce, etc.
will be pleased to receive orders for Try it.
any thing in his line, at his ranch
—The O. C. Company Hunting
two miles east of town.
ton Oregon have a full stock of
—What’s the name of the girl in
everything in the mercantile 1'iie.
Harney county who was so unfor Send in your orders by mail, parcel
tunate as to get her “little” foot or wagon load. They will certainly
fastened in the kraut tub wiiile on a give satisfaction.
vegetable and fruit expedition in
—The flour made by our new
—Cal. Geer, our hardware mer mill, we consider first class, We
chant and liis son, Irwin, who have had the pleasure this week of eat
been absent for some time unavoid ing tread made from it, and do not
ably detained in Baker city, by the hesitate to say it’s good enough for
sickness ot Irwin, returned home anybody.
lust Sunday evening.
—We are in informed by Asses
—At the Saloon of Henry Long sor Alberton, of a runaway which
you will find the best of drinks occured 16 milch south of Burns a
during holidays. “Bozy,” the polite few days ago. M B. Hayes and
bar tender, is ever ready to accom Harrv Hunt were driving to some
modate customers, with mixed point in a wagon, the team ran
away, throwing the two occupants
drinks, or whisky straight.
to the ground; resulting in a seri
—The hcliday issues of Harper’s ous accident, Harry Hunt had a
Weekly. Young People. Magazine leg broken below the knee and Mr.
and Bazar, show that the publishers Hayes had an ankle thrown out of
■> ,r. no pains iii milking their pe- joint.
• i ■ c'ivo. interesting, en-
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v .-. a
a few <!.,>»
l y tie' I» aui
'o'i'ei- hereby g.ven that the
J tiro, k u an ns Morrison <t Bverby.
d ', h
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mutimi consent, dissolved
• — ’ • . Morrison
'ring l oin Ilio business.
ui.. cieuu.s A«i..*',J1<J UII<J B'.yd, that
heart tliseuse causv'fj I*«8 death.
The coroners jury so retit!ere<l their
—On the night of the 17th on the
ranch of T. J. Kidd, of Diamond
valley, 180 tons of hay were de-
stioved by fire. The hay belonged
to two or three parties. Four hoises
«■elonging to Messrs Hustins tied
in n shed near the hay, were burned
tide'th. It is thought to be the
work of an incendiary.
—Born—on the 20th inst., to Mr-,
and Mrs. W. W. Cardwell, a fine
boy. On the birth of the boy
"‘Card” thought of going :tnmedi-
KSEY IX.UNTY ITEMS.
ately up town and trying his mus
cle on some of the pugilistic knights
DIG KM BER. ¿4
•‘renowned," hut some oije at the
moment came in, and culled him
choice display of Japanese "pap,” which knocked '.II such
les at the Gage Sisters. 3-51 thoughts higher than a kite.
fung gentlemen, call on our
rnpher. Henry Canadav, and
bur picture« taken to give
■lease foKrrw miR.
T ICK ETS (Without Supper) »150.
—The holiday West Sliore, this
week, is clothed in ebristmaa ap
parel, with illustrated covers and
handsome illustrations We take
pr.de in lecommendir.g ibis literary
journal to our readers, the publish
ers are constantly making marked
improvements in style and size, and
it is now the leading journal of the
Northwest; thoroughly identified
with the intereat of our country.
limited number of hall tickets
b.iriMmas dance will be re-
tor those living at a distance I
11 be secured from Ben Brown
—The marriage of our friend
Bart Cronin and If ins Mary Haley,
i wm oniited in oar Ian weelw issue
■splendid china dinner set The reason, for its omission, was,
Ing of 120 peiee*. for sale st
it was an far dewn on the booh «p-
lers Call and see it This on which we keep items, the typos
bet is offered at half vf what did not reach it. The paper was
made up and ready for the press
lg’ Sister. Milliners und when we noticad the emiesion.
lakeas. Call and be con-' i “Howsomever” we offer out hearti
est congratulations, hoping it will
pf the stability of their goods not be too late to be appreciated by
J-52 I I the happy couple.
Dr. H. Boyd,
J. T. Silman,
J. C. Welcome,
H. C. Levens, Hugh Smith,
W. W Johnson,
General Floor Manager: J. B. HUNTINGTON.
G. Rem bold,
H. C. Levens,
Committee on Music:
M. Fitzgerald, Ben Brown,
WE WILL SELL
Flour at ................
»7.00 P*r- BRrrc’
9-25 “ 100 be.
4 00 “ 100
And all other goods at corresponding low prices, during our GREAT
Reductions are made in every Department of our large stores.
ggF'NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES,
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
P. F. Stenger.
J. B. Huntington,
P. G. Smith.
P. F. Stenger,
J. DURKHEJMOi & CO.,
EXHIBITION, CHRISTMAS TREE AND BALL,
RILEY SCHOOL HOUSE, DECEMBER 25, 1890.
L ee C aldwell .
A good house and lot. situated
in the town of Bnrns, can be pur
chased ’cheap, for cash. House
well built and furnished inside, con
taining 4 rooms and one store
room. Ix>t 50x160 feet. Warran
tee deed will be given. Apply at
H erald office.
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
Stages leave Rurns, Oregon, daily for Harney, Drewsev, Beulah,
Westfail and Vale, where
Close Connection io Made
with the railroad.
On gettin the Tree: T A. Baker. R. C. Garrett and Frank Dibble
On dressing the Tree: Mcsdames Geo. Smith, Simon Lowis, J F'
Oakerman and Miss Roberts.
Taking off'the Gifts: Misses Stella and Ailu Garrett, Ella Baker and
Maud Elliott; and Messrs. Ray Dusenburg. Lee Thornburg, Robert Ba
ker. Don Baker and Joseph Garrett.
Calling off'the Gifts: T. J. Shields and William Hogan.
Distributing Gifts: Misses Ada Smith, Myra Shields, Della Lewis,
Effie William, Florence Baker and Maudie Smith.
On Supper: Mcsdames labile, Garret. Martha J. Baker, Creasmnn,
Martha Baker. Hogan, Lewis, Lizzie Williams, Shield and Williams.
On Invitation: K, J. Baker, Simon Lewis, R. J. Williams, J. F. Oak
erman, M. B. Smith, Jas. Smith, II. A. Dibble, Geo. Williams. J. C.
Creasman and C. Cecil.
On Music: Wm. Hogan and E. D. Baker.
Floor Managers: J. C. Garrett and Tlios. Allen.
J ohn E. mbree .
Baggage, 30lbs to each Passenger, Fricght and Passengers must
be way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
J. C. P arkrr
N eri A cki . es ,
H arry F loi n,
Burns A gout.
THE RED FRONT LIVERY STBALE,
TIIOS. WHITING,........................................................ Proprietor.
The proprietor of the Red Front Livery Stable assures the pub
lic that be is prepared to accommodate in every way in his
line of business.
We call attention to the fact that
paper cost money, and it takes
money to run a printing office.
Please think of this and remit. We
will take wood, grain and vegetables
in the absence of money. Your
county local paper is a ‘‘necessary
evil” that you can’t very well dis
pense with, and von would feel pret
ty sore over the matter if your
county papers would pull up and
‘scatter,” leaving you without any;
and another fact you will have to
consider: your editors must lie paid
for their work or its “no go.” Pub
lishing a paper is our vocation, or
way of making a living. The fact
of the business is. we want you to
pay your sibscription.
Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicles,
RATES OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
Burna to Vale
Burns, to Qnlftrio.
- West Fall
•* Grove City...............................
B o0 I
.......................... 4 Ot
‘ Pine Cicek
Seven miles south of Burns, 150
I hereby notify the public that I
had nothing whatever to do with tons of line hay for sale cheap. By
the poem and wood cuts which ap Green Hudspeth. He offers to fur
peared in the columns of the Har nish a comfortable cabin, that can
ney Press Dec. 13th inst., I have be occupied by the purchaser while
never at any time written any feeding the hay.
kind of an article or communica
tion for the Press, and I have not
Beatty's Tour the of World.
at any time made wood cuts for the
Daniel F. Beatty, of
above paper. Persons who think I
have been writing for the Press are I Beatty’s celebrated Organs and Pi
oft' tbeiy base and all. such should anos, Washington, New Jersey, has
not accuse befor they know. Per Ireturned honw from an extended
sons who disbelieve my statement tour of the world. Read his ad-
in regard to this matter can iielieve i vertisement in this paper and send
otherwise if they wish, there are no for catalougc.
shackels on them.
To Delinquent. Subscriber».
After Jan. 1st 1891, I announce
to the piiòìiC, that I will not let any
account run over »54)0; and when
account reaches »5.00. Y«ur bill
will be presented, and after sani
bill je presented no more credit til)
said bill is settled.
Opens at 7:30 p tn. prayer by Rev. T. V. B. Embree.
7-30 to 10: Exhibition, Songs, Recitations, Declamations, Dialogues,
etc., bv the Riley school.
10 to 11:
Speakers for the evening: D. L. Grace, W. C. Byrd, Dr. Enidree and
Mrs. S. D. Hill.
12 o’clock p m, to 12 a m, Grand Ball.
THE LEADING MERCHANTS OF HAKNkY COUNTY.
Don’t Read Thia!
House and Lot for Sale*
—The jury in the Baker county
circuit court, in the case of the
State of Oregon vs. E. C. McCarty
indicted tor murder in the second
»GEST CIRCULATION OF ANY degree, for the killing of F. G. Win
’BPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
ningham, brought in a verdict ot
not guilty. The evident« showing
the voung man had no premedita
tion in the act committed
the time to subscribe to a
A CORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO EVERYBODY.
Having stich an immense stock
—The grand jury of Baker coon of first class Christmas goods,
ty circuit court brought into court
a true bill of indictment charging which we are bound to sell at some
ex-ciunty Clerk, E. II. Mix, with I price, it liehooves every one wish
the crime of forgery.
ing to buy, to call and examine
—W. H. Gass, projirietor of the our stock and prices before pur
Burns Hob 1, is on the “qui vive”
this week, everything in the best of chasing elsewhe’e.
C al G eer ,
Older, and preparations made for
the accommodation of his numer
ous holiday guests.
erai . d ia only »2.50 a year
We want Your Trade,
—Several parties from Silver
creek tiave i.eeii in town in the last
few days, buying Christmas pres
G. W. Muiipin,
J.-I n B. hnibree.
Thutiia« E. brink,
o D. Rusk.
Wm C. Sharatt,
M K. Big».«.
Th. «. <;. D» m !« oh .
8. K. Jvy,
i« herebxgiven rhat the underaigned
Ippiit aih.n tv the Hon County Court
Cvun y.Stae of *Jreg»w, für to »eil
man and vinoua liquo a, in '« ah of
Hdc.sUivv an i Kiaie. fia peri.Al vf
k oti the 2 I day of Februar.-. i« 1
I. ong <k LoaevBuao
■ We carry the Best Goods;
Grand March to commence at 8:45, sharp.
We have a Larger Stock than over,
I I mk Ivfi. n < f I nrtnriahip.
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!!
I AT BURNS IN THE NEW HALL. WHICH WILL BE THOROUGH
—John Sweitzer is erecting a res
idence in the south east part of
forth« NUnf NEU
F NW‘4. Section U, Ip
sR«4;-»E. « • '•
’»tne« the billowing winter«« • to pr.»ve
hinuo » rcabJe««« up ”» » •* < uhi'«
. Uf H
J. »epli Parker,
n! cf Hur« e«.
BARGAINS 1 !
T he H erald .
Frank M. Jonlan-
—Mies Ollie Fry is spending her
holidays in Burns, visiting friends BARGAINS ! I
£W*IIay and grain con stantly on hands, and careful hands.
T he F rench
MRS. LOUIS RACINE,------ -
-P m OPBI IT HU,
B urns , O regon .
A largo and commodious Hotel, everything neat and comfortable.
Tables furnished with all market affords. Sure to suit the
public. When in Burns, do not fail to give the Hotel a trial.
A l*le:iHiiig Sense
Ml iiea'i'.h and strength renewed and
of case and comfort follows flic tls5 1
of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in har
mony with nature to effectually
cleanse the system when costive or
billious. For sale in 50c and »1
bottles by all leading dru^gists.4-2
W. II. CANADAY
......................................... P roprietor .
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Of oil persons still indebted to
undersigned on E ast O regon H er
ald accounts, viz: subscriptions
subséquent to Nov. 28 1889, adver
tising-and job work done prior to
March 1, 1890, is called to the fact
that payment must I m - made before
18th dav of Septemlier, 1890, to
save further cost of collection.
D. L. G race ,
Burns Oregon Aug. 21, 1890.
Nothing but first cluse pictures leaves this Gallery.
furnished at reduced rates.
BUHN CHItlSTMAS TIIF.E.
Gods blessing to humanity— So SMITH A RICHARDSON
A man who has practiced medi
cine for 40 years, ought to k row salt
The ladies of Burns, met at the Years Old.
from sugar; read what he savs:
M. E. church, Saturday afternoon,
Forest Crove, Or., March 10—I
Toledo. O., Jan. 10, 1887. and made following arrangement have used the Oregon Kidney Tea
Shop supplied with all Meat« market attor«.«. «,4F*Shop oppilite PuatoBee,
Messrs. F. J. Cheney A- Co.— for a Christmas Tree:
and obtained immediate relief. It
Speaker for the occasion, Mr. II is God’s blessing to humanity. I
Gentlemen:—I have neon in the
take pleasure in recommending it to
general practice of medicine for Kelley.
N. the afflicted. I am now nearly nine
most 40 rears, and would say that
ty years old, came to Oregon in 1H42
Fegtley and Miss Young.
in all my practice and experience
Committee on finance: Misses in the employ of the Hudson’s Bay
LUNABURG & FRY, P kopkietoks , B urns , O reoon .
have never seen a preparation that Maud Jameson, Minnie Reed and Company, and since I began using
the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good
I could prescribe with as much Aggie Gage.
condfience of success ss I can
Committee to purchase presents
D avid M inrof .
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
Mesdames Fegtley, Sweek arid
by vou. Have prescribed it a great
many times and its effect is wonder-1 Morrison.
■Also, Csstom work »»<1 R«*slrin( nsstff «one.
The Red Front Livery Stable,
ful, and would sav in conclusion I Committe to trim thetree: Maud
Jameson. Minnie Reed EmmaCald situated in Burns, opposite the!
that I have yet to find a ease of Ca
well, Msry Tupker Etta Byeriey. Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers j
tarrh that it would not cure, if they Edna Moore. Dottie Bowen. Mary i this valuable Liverv Stable for sale [
would take according to directions. Geer and Messrs. Chas. Byrd, Pearl at low figures. He lives in the1
Geer and Henrv Welcome.
cosintrv, some distance from town,,
------ P. prieto».
Committee appointed to obtain and cannot give the business the ;
L. L. Goranch. M. D.
Office, 215 Summit St.'
for selling There is not a more!
son and Henry Caldwell.
We will give »100 for any case of
valuable piece of propertv in Burns
Santa Claus: C. A. Sweek.
Catarrh that can not be cured with I The following little girls were se and any one desiring to invest in <
Hall's Catarrh Cure Taken inter lected to sing a Christmas Carol: ■ bat kind of property, cannot letter1
He»ter Johnson. Madge Byrd. Cla themselves in any town. Call im
F. J. Cheney A f«.. Props.,
| ra six! Bessie Stenger, Minnie and mediately at this office or on Mr. '
W ilson, for vou are likely ¡to lose
Full weight given. Good be-f or the block. Mutton, pork,
Ç oea W ooley ,
a bargain. The Stable is just what
v«m»ou and game, wbenuu the wakst.
Secretary J we recommend it to be.
Portland Boot &, Shoo Store
BURNS BUTCHER SHOP.