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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1891)
CAR» OF THANU.
—Town very quiet this week.
—Call and see what Tex brought
To our friends who have, by
their many acta of loving kindness,
rMl, Oragoa, Marth
—J. H. Pratt is now making evinced their tender sympathy for
us in our present deepest affliction,
that the following cheese for sale.
we return unmeasureable gratitude.
4cao4 hie intention
ort of hla claim, aud
—Leon Brown has been on the
Words are inadequate to convey
la before the Keaia-
ia. Oregon, ou May sick list for several days.
The consideration and respect
—Mrs. T. A. Morrison and her
I Nu. S A «. Block X«. two little girls are having the mea you have shown our beloved child,
M> Co, Urofou
the consolation we have found in
I wit il eases to prove sles.
upon and culti vat lew
the acts of willing hands, and words
Wuhlenburg, Hr., B
—If you want summer hats of universal sympathy, we shall
4 J W Norton, all of
VMTiwoTOM. Register. cheap and of a good quality, ge to ever cherish with grateful hearts.
The events of the past week, con
sequent upon the illness and death
—Lytle Howard, county com of our little daughter, have en
,1 missioner, gave us a pleasant call deared you to us as nothing else
Da. and Mas. J. W. A shford
—Commissioner Altnow of Drew-
sey arrived last night, on the On
in mkmomam .
—Lunaburg 4 Fry wishes to see Mary A ah ford, boras at €•■▼•■ City,
• ise >¿. Nw<*i>r me
DM ¿4. Tr XIS. K M every one who are still wearing Oraaaa, Aa|iitt, ISSl.dladat Bare«,
Oroffou. May 1. ISR1.
Bf witBMeea to prore their heavy winter boots.
That “death loves a shining
Faapon aud cultivation
Fenwick. J. C. Foley.
mark” is most fully exemplified in
«1 King, all of ¡Burna,
the grand ball to be given at the the melancholy event we have above
recorded. Never was a commutity
Town Hall on the 22d inst.
more universally in the dark shad
—Tlie attention of the public-is ow of mourning than were the peo
directed eo the ad. of Smith and ple of Bums on the first day of the
m Oregoe, May 1.
Richardson on this page.
present month. The appaling news
mi that the following*
—Send in your orders for baby of Mary Ashford’s sudden death
Boticeof hla intention
jwpport of hia claim. buggies, plates, prices and terms, chilled every heart with unexpect
LL tn ado before the
Mt Burna Oregon on at Mrs E. S Sweek’s Millinery Store. ed sadness and dimmed every eye
with regretful tears. less] than
Gage Sisters Managers.
. Mo. 7S. for the 8U of
one year ago she came with her
—F ound —On the public high parents to live in Burns. During
BBKof NW ar.,of ¿ec
Bg witoeeaes to prove
that short period she became, by
• upon and cultivation cap.
Call at H xbai . d office, pay reason of her lovable nature, her
Fleming. James Al-
Jason Bennett, al of charges and get your property.
childish innocence, her hopeful
| vntinqt « m , Register
—Go to Tex’s he keeps a quie tor- buoyant spirit, her pleasant smile,
derly Saloon. If you desire any her cheerful address, her comely
thing in the liquor line he keeps form and features, a general favor
the best brands, and the boss cigars. ite In consequence of the univers
t of the State of
—We neglected last week to men al love in which she was held in the
tion, for which please accept our community the scenes surrounding
d Bank, a Cor- apology, the addition to our town her death and burial have indeed
of Mr. Frank Lewis and wife for been most strikingly pathetic. At
merly of Prineville, but now resid tacked by an incurable relentless
malady, her suffering was of short
ing with us.
duration. The burial services took
ienry Miller, Da-
—Bev. Father P. B. Champagne, place on Saturday at 10. a m, from
M. Swortz and
Iler Co., partners, Catholic Missionary, is in Burns the family residence, Rev. Wilson,
isa M Swortz 4 this week looking after the inter pastor of the M. E. church, officiat
est of his church. He will lecture ing, and was attended by a verv
at the M. E. church Sunday even large number of our citizens, the
ing the 10th inat.
public school children in a body,
Hier and David
the members of the Odd Fellows*
above named de-
—The Burns school is going to Lodge and many people from the
give a number of entertainments surrounding country all of whom
In the HUM «f the State of Ore- during court week, the object is to gave most unmistakable evidence
purchase a school bell with the of their deepest sympathy for the
proceeds. A small admitance fee heart-broken parents, and all ex
You and each of '
quired to appear uno
tin- will be charged.
pressed the saddest grief in the I osb
implnint filed against you in the
—I. A Allison and Chas. Ander to the family and friends And com
jovc entitled suit, on or before the son have traded ranches.
Mr. An munity of this bright jewel of ex
rst dr.y of the next regular term derson trading his ranch in Rogue traordinary lustre, a flower of won
' tWMWHHMptled court next, river valley of 200 acres, for Mr. derful beauty, a child of great prom
kcutive weeks of Allison’s in Ilarney valley five ise. the idol of an affectionate, in
this summons in miles cast of Burns, containing 160 dulgent father, the hope and pride
I krai . d a weekly acres.
of a loving muther whose hearts
town of Burna,
have been strained to the full ex
—Stockmen can now
honest tent of human endurance in being
Sch of you will weights bv shipping or selling stock thus called upon to suddenly sur
you fail so to ap- at Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav render the spirit of a household
the plaintiff will ing just completed oneuf Fairbanks treasure to God who gave it, and the
lurt for the re- Stock »Scales, and arranged a large mortal remains to the tomb.
the complaint corral for the purpose. Certified
ions is published
—Mrs. Gibblin arrived on the
oox H kbai . d . a Canyon stage, Monday afternoon.
published in the She left here, some months since, W. C , read this for my sake!
larney county, for San Francisco, to have her This you may call my mistake.
r a period of six child's feet operated upon, which Not long since, I lived in cross-patch
by order of Hon. unfortunately, was born clubfooted.
rd, judge of the We are pleased to state that the And was seldom every without a
rt and dated 2d operation was a success.
Five years in Harney have I spent,
—Ed Stauffer is buying stock And to-day I write a discontent;
S am W hit «,
icy for Plaintiff. cattle where he can get them for a I toiled here in Harney day and
living price. Just because people,
who have some cattle to sell, hear And to growl and grumble was my
of buyers, it is not policy for them
to ask big prices, for Stauffer and
IULATIOX Or ANY
at this and grumbled at
others who are buying will go else
where and buy, taking the money
out of the county, benefiting others First at the dog and then at the cat.
In the morning a grumble, the
instead cf ourselves.
same at night,
—Mr. Vinson, of the firm of Niles I was a constitutional grumbler but
4 Vinson, dealers in monuments
“nary a fight.”
and headstones, was in town a
couple of days. He look some or I grumbled so much at my pard
ders, and will be in Harney county
again in August. In the mean Began to grumble as well as me;
time persons wishing to purchase And all the people wherever we
anything in their line, write them
at Walla Walla, Washington, and Reflected our discontent.
at N. Brown'« 11
their orders will receive prompt No matter how much my pard
t for a heavy hay
—If there is any one in our sec To please me, with scornful eye
tion who has the remotest idea I’d look round, and then with a
ing and dress-mak- that the people of our country may
suffer for something to eat, we in Turn upon him and begin to growl.
lire, of the Blitzen vite them to step into Robbins’ Our meals were never to suit my
our town the fifa! .Storeand see the amount of provis
ions stacked uo. Thousands of
I’d grumble at having to eat in
pounds of flour, and bacon, regular
a “cock-tail" that old fashioned bacon that sticks to
■ood appetite, go to the ribs, raised, killed and cured in I’d swear the bread was poor, the
But generally because I hadn’t
Friday, May 22, 1891
AH THERE !
What Bargains At
R C. GEER’S;
MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER
IN ALL KINDS OF
GRAND MARCH AT 8:30
O els I x I I
A. ROBBINGS................................. ........................ Burna, Orcgoa,
Has a Large and Complete Stock of General Merchandise, which
will be sold to people dirt cheap CASH! Give him a call before
jumping into a lumber wagon and sloppingover the mountain ia
the snow and rain, gfiff“Bedrock Prices for CASH ONLYI I ! I
Good Music and a Good Time in Also Dealer in Fishing Tacklo and
B urns ...............
O begon .
C uh I i !
R E A L E S T A T E A G E N T
BUY AND SELL TOWN PROPERTY.
I am prepared to advance money REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTRY HANDLED
on wool to responsible parties. I,
also have wool sacks, twine, sul OFFICE AT N.BROWN’S STORE,
phur and salt, cheap. Call and see
me and I will tell you the rest.
“ al , G
~ eer .
RETAIL 1 !
G eneral M erchandise ,
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
occupying three floors, and each floor loaded With gOO^S«
IN THE LATEST STYLE, AND A
Any one desiring house hold
Will maintaiu our furmor rules: SqUaTS Dealing» 0ll8 PliCfi»
goods, horses, wagons, stoves, fur
niture, in fact anything from an At Wm. Mynatt’s Shou. Best Quality.
egg-beater to a thrashing machine On Corner scuth of Red Front Sta
We buy ‘.Flour, Meats, Stock- Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
can find good bargain^ by inquir
ble in N. Brown’s building.
Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Prices are LOW.
ing soon of
M. N. F eoti . y .
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS ! !
Fine Stallion« For Sale.
GREAT NOVELTIES IN
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
J. B. Morris, dealer in imported OHINA & JAPAN
J. H. ATKIN, Manager.
stallions and jacks, has at the liv
ery stable in Burns, three imported
stallions tor sals. Terms from oue
to three years.
“Muscadin,” a gray Percheron
horse, bred in France, No. 4413, is HANDKERCHIEFS, OFFINEST SILK, CHEAP:
a horse without blemish and docile TEA. «Octi A PACKAGE; AS MANY FIRE
CRACKERS AS A SMALL BOY CAN CARRY MRS. THOMAS
as a kitten.
“Goethe,” bred in France, No. FOR25ctB. ALL OTHER THINGS AT SAME
THIS IB THE MOST POPULAR HOTEL IN TOWN, BECAUSE IT IS THE BIST CONDUCTED.
1,1150, is a dark iron-gray, very RATE.
EVEIIV THING IS SEAT AND COMFORTABLE ITS TATRON’S WANTS ARE CAREFULLY
active and so gentle that a child A NEW STOCK OF GOODS
NSIDERED AND TABLES FURNISHED WITH EVERT THING TIIE RAREST AFFORDS.
ON THE ROAD.
can handle him.
“Tresor,”a Beiges imported lidtse,
black as a crow, is a very fine an
imal. Mr. Morris sold, a few days
ago, to Seth Bowers, of Ilarney, a
T. a . M c K innon ,
Percheron. Price, $1,800.
W. II. CANADAY,
H otel :
............................................... P roprietor .
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Blacksmith shop, with tools. Best
class pictures leaves this Gallery. Duplicates
location in Burns. Inquire of N.
furnished at reduced rates. fiW Give mo a call.
The San Francisco Examiner Brown.
■ tfa a S MSB Menn ba earned at our NEWllneofwortt.
has established in Washington D. ■
■ M|| Al I W rapidly and b.morablv, by those ot
■ ■ SU ■■ W elilirr «ex, voung or old, and in their
C., a bureau to be called “Examin ■IM
I own localities,whorever they live. Any
I ■ ■■ V one can do the work. Easy to learn.
We furnish everything. We start you. No risk. You can devote
er Bureau of Claims,” which will your
spare moments, or all your time to the work. This is an
new lead,and brings wonderful ouceoas to every woiker.
be of great benefit to all persons entirely
BerliHiers are earning from f24 to S5O per weak and upward«,
and more after a little experience. Wa can ftiruish you the em
teach yon EMKE. No apace to explain here. Kull
having claims against the Govern Lformation end VKUL
TRUE JL CO., AIU18TA, flAUK.
ment of any nature or description
whatsoever. The pesion fees elmrge-
STRAYED OR STOLEN
able by attorneys have for some From the Well nearthe lakes, about the flrat of
February, 1801: One Black Stallion, 10 years old
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
time been limited by law, and un 16 hands high, branded T on left shoulder.
One large Bay Gelding, lt»l< or 17 hands high,
der the recent act of March 3, 1891, about» or 6 years old, branded Gi* with T un
der it on left shoulder. • £<> reward for the
daily for Harney, Drewscy, Beulah,
transferring the jurisdiction of In delivery or information so the owner can get
T. M oore .
Westfall and Vale, where
dian Depredation cases from the
P. O. Burns, Oregon.
Interior Deparment to the Court of
Over Fifty Years.
with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new ▼shitles,
Claims, Congress not only limited A m O ld For
and W ell -T ried R emedy .— M m .
RATE8 OF FARE FROM BURNS TO ONTARIO AND INTERVENING POINTS:
Wlnfilow'a beotliing Syrup bns been used for
tho fees, hut in order to check the over
Burna to Vale ........................................ p.M
Burns, to Ontario.................................... |10.0o I
fifty year« by uiilllounof mothers for their
“ Wwt Fall............................... Mt
“ Grove City
rapacity of the claim agents can It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays
“ Beulah ................ ............... 6 00 I
“ Drawaay.................................. <•
celled all ¡existing contracts and edy for Dlarrhetea. Is pleasant to the taste.
Baggage,"ftOIbs to each Passenger. Frieght and Passengers must
Hold by Druggifits in every part of the world.
fee agreements between client and Twenty-five
cents a bottle, it« value is incalcu
>>e way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
Be sure and aHk for Mrs. Winslow’s
attorney. Congress was led to take lable.
Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind.
N kri A cki . es ,
J. C. P abkir
this action on account of facts
brought to their notice that by a
combination among the leading An old physician, retired from practice,
having had placed in his hands by an East
claim agents a range of fees from India miasioiiary the formula of a simple
remedy for the «needy and per
33j to 50 per cent had been estab vegatable
manent cure of Conmimption, ‘Bronchitis,
and all throat and Lung
lished. The vast amount of gov
Affections, also a positive and radical cure
ernment claims are still unprotect for Nervous Debility aud all Nervous Com
plaint«, after having tested it wonderful
ed by law.
curative powers in thousands of cases, has
it his duty to make it known to his fel
Mr. William Hearst, son of ¡the felt
low suffering fellows. Actuated by tliis
BRENTON 4 BAILEY,.».
and a desire io relieve human suffer
late Senator Hearst, and the pro
ing, I will send free of charge, to all who
prietor of the Examiner, proposes desire it, this recipe, in German, French or
English, with full directions for using.
to attend through his new bureau Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp,
to all classes of cases before the naming tnis paper.
W. A. N oyes , R20 Powers’ Block, Roches
departments—pensions,patents,dep ter, N. Y.
redation claims and indian claims
Beatty'« Tour I lie of World.
—for a small percentage above the
Ex-Mayor Daniel F. Beatty, of
actual cost of the work.
He lias engaged several compe Beatty’s celebrated Organs and Pi
anos, Washington, New Jersey, has
Tlie Proprietors of tlie Red Front and White Front Livery Sta
tent attorneys and the necessary returned home from an extended
bles asHUres ths public that they are prepared to accommodât«
clerical force of a large bureau, and tour of the world. Read his ad
in every way in their line of business.
they will soon be at work. He has vertisement in this paper and send
gWIIay and grain constantly on hands, and caroftil hands.
placed at the head of the bureau for catalouge.
Mr. John Wedderburn, of this city
Gods blessing to humanity—So
who has long been the corresopnd-
says an Oregon Pioneer Ninety
ent of the Examiner, and had re Years Old.
»SMITH 4 RICHARDSON, Proprietors.
markable experience a few years
Forest Grove, Or., March 19—I
We solleit a share of
ago in ferreting out for Secretary have used the Oregon Kidney Tea
—We are informed that stock in
Tracy some gigantic contract fraud and obtained immediate relief. It lie that we have again open
the patronage. Shop
al days, attending Grant county do not look well, be-
is God’s blessing to humanty. I
at the Mare Island Navy Yard.
i Canyon City, re eause of feed getting scarce in the
take pleasure in recommending it to
! And said to my pard this growling The new bureau, being established the afflicted. .1 am now nearly ed at tho old stand and
supplied withgood meat
latter part of the past winter; they
by a responsible newspaper, has ninety years old, came to Oregon
of Naw York think
He seized my hand in a friendly
already received the cordial en- in 1842 in the employ of the Hud
illy succeeded in cheap hay in Harney, but neglect
son’s Bay Company, and since I
the Ripper," whose
And said old pard I'd like to know 1 dorseroent of many Western mem- began using the Oregon Kidney tea
What could have happened to
I enjoy good health.
were too poor to drive over here.
change you so.
I l>ig pile of mail from all sections of
D avid M i ’ niioe
draw the attention We ean, we think, make the same
LUNABURG 4 FRY, P bophiktobs , B i bns , Onceo«.
I the country.
ig public to the fine offer tlie coming fall
Do not fail So W. C., we quit our growling,
lery kept by Mrs. to take advantage of it
And bought a lot in town;
$3fOOO KaaRSoou ««'I Sho««, »I th« wry l~«t
)uM in «ir«S
Gage Sisters Mana-
THE LADIEM DEI4OHTED.
And now you know we do no scowl I
—We call attention to the no
i The pleasant effect and tlie perfect
tice, “It Costs You Nothing,” of the
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
Sam nel M. Driver, American Farmer, an illustrated But to business have settled down. I safety with whidh ladies may use situated in Burns, opposite the
Burns hotel. Mr. Wilson offers (
of tbia <1 ist rift, will magazine. Every rancher should, And every dav as we move along,
> 11 m * Burna M. E. if possible, take advantage of this I Burns is filled with a busy throng,
this valuable Livery Stable for sale
6ih and 7th of June liberal offer of the H ebald . If our We watch each face and can always 1 Figs, under all conditions, make it at low figures. He lives in the
I »heir favorite remedy. It is pleas country, some distance from town,.
subscribers who are in arrearages
those old leaky will pay up and advance one year’s Where men, women and children ing to the eye and to the taste, gen- and cannot give the business ' the :
- - Proprie*«.
. tie, yet effectual in acting on the attention it requires, is his reason >
_ i. Why sliotild subscription, we will send to bis
rated with suen,
And from their looks ws can under kidneys, liver and bowels.
I for selling. There is not a more
a ti rat -ci ass tinner .Magazine FREE, or to any new
1 valuable piece of propertv in Burns
cash subscriptions given us the
The Louisiana Supreme Court , and any one desiring to invest in
same offer ia made. Now is the If they are spending their davs on
sage brush land.
tnan ia prepared to time to subscribe for your county
has decided that the act of the state that kind of property, cannot better
ironing and bouse paper. The H kuald will compare We feel sorry for them and long to legislature extending the charter I themselves in any town. Call im-1
mediately at this office or on Mr. J
r ratea, ana being a favorably with any local paper in
a family of amali the State, and besides you get free That they buy a lot in Burns on of the famous state lottery, is con Wilson, for you are likely to lose
stitutional, therefore it will go be I a bargain. The Stable is just what
Full weight given. Good beef or the block. Mutton,
»port, she should re one of best fanner’s journals print-
fore the people to lie voted upon. I we recommend it to be.
venison and game, when on the maket.
na ge of the town.
B ineock B ill .
: cd in the United States.
A New Claim Bureau.
Close Connection is Made
Portland Boot <Sc Shoe Store
ZB URN8 BUTCHER SHOP.