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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1891)
The Iteggi-r and Mister.
AH THERE !
• Good mornin’ Mister!”
What Bargains At
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17.1Ü91
’’Good morning sir.”
R. C. GEER’S;
•‘Please gim’ me a quarter, I’m :
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
dead broke, don’t yer know?”
MANUFACTURER A- DEALER
I NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
‘Well, what of it, why should I
IN ALL KINDS OF
GRAND CELEBRATION, JULY 4. 1891
give you a quarter?”
“Because I want to go to Harney
Official County Paper.
the 4th and git drunk as a lord.”
“I don’t think it proper to give Also Dt-alerin Fishing Tackle and
you money for that purpose, and be
sides, two-bits worth of whisky B urns ... ......................O regon
SALUTE OF 45 GUNS AT SUNRISE.
won’t make you drunk!”
“I know that two hits worth of
Burns will celebrate'!!
l y Bums Brass Band.
Burns Whisky won’t fix me, but
H—See program on this page.
j President of the Day .................
—G. W. Wilshire is in our town. Mister, you don’t know Harney
whisky as well as—”
IN THE LATEST STYLE. AND A Chambers, Harry Thompson, Peter Clemens
H—J. C. Garret is visiting our
“Stop! here is the two-bits.”
J. C. Garret, Ed Hanlet.
I H. C. T I.evei s. Peter French, Chas W. Jor.es, M. Fitzgerald, G. W.
Burns Itac-e Horses.
H— Good wheat at N. Brown’s $1
i Wilshire, Mervin Sworts, Glenn Miller, Louis Racine at d Wni Miller
Red Bird, owned bv Jeff Byerley
Grand Marshal....................... ...............................
is a blood bay, fine appearing ani-
—Grain on Silver Creek is look- mal<4 years old, sired by Joe Lew At Wm. My natt’s Shou.
ing splendid ly.
is, dam unknown. "Red Bird,” ifi On Corner sc nth of Red Front Sta M. R. Biggs.
ble in N. Brown’s building.
L Bosenburg hrs treated him- properly trained will certainly make i
at 10 A M.
sei f to a new ice box.
Procession as follows: Grand Marshal and Aids, Band, Liberty Car,
“Snip,” owned by Frank How-1
—Henry Canaday, the Photogra-
GREAT NOVELTIES President of the J av, Vice-Presidents, Orator. Reader of Declaration of
ard. is a bav horse, 4 years cld, ■
ph< ir, wants to see you.
CHINA & JAPAN Independence, Citizens in cirriages, Citizens on horse-back.
K—Nails $7.50 per keg, at A. Rob
bred, sired by “Winters,” he by |
bies’. See ad. on first page.
Procession to form in front of Land Office, march down Main to Jeff
R—Geo, Shelley of Crane creek, is “Norfolk,” dam unknown.
up Jefferson to Second to picnic grounds.
"Sherman,” owned by Mart, j
paying Burns a visit, this week.
by Chaplain ...........................
Brenton, is a handsome bay horse,
Rev. M» D. Wilson.
R—Dr. Boyd and I. E. McKinney, sired bv "Sherman,” a thorough
of UJrewsey, are visiting our town.
bred heat horse, dam“Shingle Tail,” HAND KERCHIEFS, OF F1NESTSILK, CHEAP Oration (by Orator of the Dav).
J. B. Huntington,
Ef—Don’t forget boys, that Sing she by ‘ Lumix ”
TEA, 40eta A PACKAGE; AS MANY FIRE Music ...................................................
has lots of 4th of July fire-crackers.
“Wasco.” owned by Till Glaze, is CRACKERS AS A SMALL BOY CAN CARRY
J. C. Parker.
¿i<—Dr Boyd, who recently located a beautiful iron gray, sired by : FOR25CI». ALL OTHER THINGS AT SAME
atlDrewsey, is getting a good prac “Shannon,” he by “Monday” and i
“Monday” by “Lexington.” His RATE.
&—On Friday night, 3d of July, dam was “Saide.” her dam “Ruth- A NEW STOCK OF GOODS
^ basket dinner .
ON THE ROAD.
dancing will be in order at the town ryne,” she by “Lodi.”
To Di.-pel Colds,
Evening exercises consisting of Footraces, Tournament Riding.
B-—Chas. Anderson is now propri Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse
Greased Pole, Sack Races, etc.
etor of the French Hotel. Notice the system effectually, yet gently,
çh lange in his ad.
when costive or bilious, or when the Blacksmith shop, with tools. Best
blood is impure or sluggish to per location in Burns. Inquire of N.
lad of the music department for manently cure habitual constipation .
ie dance on the 3d.
to awaken the kidneys and liver to
Portland Boot & Shoe Store,
■ —Tickets for the ball to be given a healthy activity, without irritat
LUNABURG <t FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
on the night, of the 3d, only $1.50. ing or weakening them, use Syrup Hardin A- Riley, cattle branded Von left aide.
Horse brand T left aide. r. o. Buri.e, Oreiion
Supper at all the hotels.
00 stocks,>ot. an<l Shoe», of tlie very best quality, juat received
■ —We printed last week the con
J. C, Foley, ca'tle brand .= on right 6i<le.
Horse brand — on left shoulder.
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
solidation of Portland carried by
Williams A- Williams, rattle brand. CB on left
300 It should have been 8000.
on wool to responsible parties. I, hip. Horse braud, 11 >>n right «title. F, O. lliley.
/IF-AI bo .Cuiiom work and Repairing neatly done.
II—W. II Hogan, residing on Sil also have wool sacks, twine, sul
ver Creek, who was burned out a phur and salt, cheap. Call and see
short time ago, is preparing to re me and I will tell you the rest.
C al . G eer .
B—Cal Geer, our enterprising^
URNS 3BUTCHEH SHOP.
Notice 1 b hereby given that on the 15th day of
WHAT no YOU THINK!
harilware merchant, is erecting a
Mav I «91, l appointed the f.dhiwintr named per
depute Slot k Inspector« of Harnev county :
ware-house for his machinery and
Nails only cost vou $7 75 per 100 sons
John Bridge, of Crane creek; Harrison’tea
tbs at Geers and everything else in ward of Dianond; W M. Iloga” of Silver Creek
F. G. Blume of Emigrant Creek; George Mor
■ —The Saloon of Lou Bosenburg the fame proportion. I have as gan, of Dre* sey.
Thus. G. D odson ,
is well patronized, and why? Be good selected stock as you will find
«took Iispeeturof Harney county.
cause his liquors and cigars are of
Oregon and am bound to sell it olf.
PROPOSALS F o R BUILDING BUDGE:
th e best brands.
Sealed p'oposals will be received by Ihe
■ —Tex’s Resort receives its full
Uleik fur building n bridge aero«« Sil
share of custom. Frank Lewis you with low prices if you bring County
lies River, on whir in known hf the Embree
Full weight given.
eounti. Oregon, «»id bridge to
proprietor. The gentlemanly cour
he n sui Btantial bridge with guard rails «nd
wj prom he». All prop, sals to be «ecoinpat.ied
tesy of the bar-tenders and fine
wi Ii plan» and npeelti. at Ions. Said proposals
quality of liquors and cigars ac
will be opened by ihe County Court, on
Wednesday, July 8, 1891. The Court renerving
count for it.
From Burns, on or about the 20th tlie right to reject anv and nil Idd»
—Mrs. Byrd was the recipient of of May, on dark bay horse, branded By order of the County W.
F. G rm k . clerk.
Iveral heads of the finest lettuce on left shoulder
Burns I^hotgrauh Grallerv,
e have ever seen in this country, shod with team shoes, right hind J7INAL PROOF:
W. H. CANADAY,.................................................. P roprietor .
'his lettuce grew on the hill among ankle crooks out, 16 hands high, U S. L and O ffick at Burr», Oregon. M«i
(ie rocks Mrs. M. A. Fry was the 8 or 9 years old and very gentle. Notice >■ herehv 12,1891.
given that the following
settler hae filed notice of hi» intention
Any one giving information of named
to make tl nnl proof in support of her claim, and
Nothing but first class pictures leaves this Gallery. Duplicati»
Home produce market: Yegeta- whereabouts will be liberally re that »aid proof will tie rti«de liefore the Regis
furnished at reduced rates. jf<F“Give me a call.
M. N. F egtley ,
les, ready sale, at fair prices. warded.
.0, 18:11, vi»:
Ian Francisco and Portland: Wool
Pre D H. 1’iO for the NW qr. of NE qr Sec
8(d>20cts; bides Gfa 'Jiets; mutton,
R :d E W M
STIC A YKD.
she names ¡he following witnesses to prove
nr wethers, 7^@8cts, ewes 6@7cts.
h a continuous residence upon «lid cultivation
Strayed from Burns, Harney of.
»aid land, vil Gootge Huston, John i ate».
—The most popular shapes in
Luther Edllmen and Win. Waters, allot Buri ».
mnnets of the season are the spider,
J. B. flVSTIMUToN, P.egister
utnet ami bouquet. Mrs. E. 8. 21st of May, six head of horses and
(week is expecting a full stock of
he same, next week.
Burn». Oregon, May 1'.', ;
Description and brands as fol U S L ard Orncz. at MM.
—John Jacquemin has the con lows: One bay horse, about 16 j Notire 1» hereby elven ihnt the following
tact for making the harbor for the hands high, branded on left shoulder named »e tier h»» tiled notice of hl« Intention
make final proof in »'ipp..rt of hl« claim, and
iurns celebration. It is to be (J a ; one bay horse 144 hands high, to
thataaid proof will be inane before th ■ Reg » er
rected between the store building with large saddle marks on both vi» . Receiver at Horn». Oregon on July r. in‘.tl.
ecu pied by J. Durkheimer and sides, branded on the left shoulder
Ki< hard X. Miller.
Hd No ill. for the N>» of NWqr Sec. 2* -Eqr
he old hotel.
C; one brown horse branded C ofSFqr. Sec. 19, NKqr of NF.qr .*ee HO, T|> 21 8
—8tockin»-n can now g< t honest on left shoulder 4 years old; one R He
name» ’he following wltne»». » to pr.ivt
n ights hv shipping or «piling stock bald-face bav mare, four white feet hi» con: tnu.m« reeidence upon «nd < it 11 > »tlon
of »«id land, vi» Ira O. Bardwell. R. J Wi' j
>t Huntington. The O. C. Co. bav- branded C\\ on '“ft shoulder; one ll«m». J. A. William» and W. N. Hogan ull of
J. B. Ht wTirror Register
ngjust completed one of Fairbanks bav mare, star in fort head, branded Rile’. Oregon
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beait
lto< K Scales, and arranged a large C \ on left shoulder; one sorrel!
nrral for the purpose. Certified Dirac aliout 14 or 14$ hands high,
A long-tested pain reliever.
blazed face, all four feet white. LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON, MAY
It# use it almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Notice 1» hereby riven that the following
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
—There will lie just four days
named settler h»» fil’-d notlie of hi» meniloa
acing on the Burns race track, the branded CA on left shoulder and to make Anal proof In siipfairt of hl» ■ 'aim and
»»id proof will lit made before ihe Red»
st 2d. 3d and 4th of July. Istdav yearling colt branded C\\ on left that
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
ter «nd Rec eiver, at Horn». Oregon. on July X
fO yards free tor all Harney coun- shoulder, and, when turned out. l«wl. vi»
l hia well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
(Iforge W. Verdot.
y horses, purse $75; 2d dav. i had on a halter muzzle. A liberal Pre 4« No XXI
fur the SWqr See. 10. Tp. 2» 8.
#2 K W M.
riile dash free fur all. purse $100; reward will tie paid by the under R He
name» the following w It r <■»«•« to prove
No medicine chest ii complete without a bottle of M ustang
d day. 4 mile dash. Harner coun- signed for their return to Burns, or hl» eontirnoU» residence upon and r»IHv«tlon
L iniment .
mid land, vlr Rohe-tlver» Frederick RD
y saddle horses, purs»- $50; 4th day information given whereby they of
teit.usch Align». F kitterbn», h and Jolln» A.
arise for its use almost every day.
Rlltert.u». h. all <4 Burn». Oregon
mile and repeat free for all Har- may be r covered.
and dealers have it.
C harles A nderson .
iey county horses, purse $100.
B urns , H arney
S mooth S have .