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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1891)
Boanl oP Trude.
—In spite of the many frosts and^
j cold backward spring, Harney
160 acres of good farming land,
All persons feeling an interest in
, county will have an abundance of
well improved, one mile northeast
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1891.
What Bargains At
grain and vegetables.
of Burns on Siivies river, near the
—A man of positive convictions ty, are invited to attend at the upper bridge. This tract of land :
R. C. GEER’S;
8 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
is not necessarily intolerant and church, in Burns, August 29, 1891, can be lioughtat low figures for MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
bigoted. Over zeal is as much to ami if possible, organize a Board of cash. For further particulars call
IN ALL KINDS OF
be depreciated as under zeal, but Trade, and devise ways and means on J. C. Wooley or at the H erald
the man who would not fight for his of properly advertising the resources oilice.
i opinions, if need be, as a rule has
—F. M. Jordan is putting up a not got any and ought not to have and opportunities of the county.
Strayed from Burns, Harney
Harney , Also Dealer in Fishing Tackle and
Every other county in the state is
jidence in western part of town. I any.
—Dr. Horton’s dental office is at
—Notice on first page the offer attracting the attention of home 21st of May, six head of horses and !
made by the Weekly S. F. Examin seekers from abroad, and none more one colt, belonging to the under- j B urns
je City Drug Stere.
O regon .
The Examiner every one knows advantageously situated than Har signed.
m —Mrs. Robert Reed is sick this
ffiiek, but not considered dangerous- I to be first class. We offer that pa ney county. We have more arable
Description and brands as fol
per with the H erald at $3.20 a
lows: One bay horse, about 16$
I—Now is the time to get your year. Now is your time to sub j other county in Eastern Oregon; hands high, branded on left shoulder
C4\; one bay horse 14 j hands high. |
dental work done, before cold weath scribe for the H erald and Examin- ■
with large saddle marks on both C hina & japan
county paper, you wouldn’t like to j comparative few now located here? sides, branded on the left shoulder
■ —An excellent quality of ma he without county papers, then en- j
chine oil at Cal. Geer’s Hardware courage us by taking it, it is not It looks like selfishness on the part 0; one brown horse branded 0
on left shoulder, 4 years old; one
ffiire for $1 a gallon.
much and if we were to shut up of those here, to remain silent and i bald face bay mare, four white feet
For a’cigar that you will take shop, and quit, there would be a inactive longer. Let the world I
C\\ on left shoulder; one H ANDKERCHIEFS. OF FINEST
^Measure in smoking, get it at Jor- general kick and howl for county know of the wonderful lange and branded
star in forehead, branded '
dan it Horton’s.
papers. Now we ask of the citizens farm lands of this county, 10600
on left shoulder; one sorrel!
B-—Parties wishing dental work of our county to be reasmable, to’ square miles of territory monopo horse about 14 or 14J hands high, CRACKERS AS A SMALL BOY CAN CARRY
done can pay part in wood or farm be just, lend us a helping hand by
blazed face, all four feet white, FOR26cts. ALL OTHER THINGS AT SAMI
jwjod ucts, to H. M. Horton, Dent subscribing for your county pa lized by 2500 men women and
children all told. Let us organize ’
on left shoulder and
F —New Stock of Glass, Putty.
yearling colt branded
on leftj A NEW STOCK OF GOODS
A Reporter nt a Meeting of the Town shoulder, and, when turned out.
Paints, Oils, Brushes, etc., at Geer’s.
ON THE ROAD.
Strayed from Burns, an iron gray
No charge,for cutting glass if vou horse, weighing about 1000 pounds,
had on a halter muzzle. A liberal t
Reporter—“Good evening gentle I reward will be paid by the under-1
buy of me
J-l branded P on left stifle. The party
I signed for their return to Burns, or
KF-Team for sale—A span of finding and returning said horse to
information given whereby they
horses. youug, well broke to drive
both single and double and to the ally rewarded.
Can we do anything for you this may be racovered.
C harles A nderson .
sa<) die. Call at this office.
K— If you are hunting a resort.
For Over l-’lfty Year«.
“I don’t know that you can. I
We offer One Hundred Dollars
|^nere the best brands of liquors,
A n OLtt and W ell -T ried R emedy .-Mrs
Wit slow's SoothinK Syrup litis been used for
HK?r and cigars are constantly on reward for any case of catarrh that the proceedings of the meeting, cr »ver
fifty icnrs bv millLiusof mothers for their
while leethini;. with perfect success
^ffind, step right in to the Saloon of cannot be cured by taking Hall’s be considered intrusive; my object children
the < hild, softens the mints. h II hib
«'I jmin, cures wltid colic, and is the best rem
F. J. C heney A Co.. Toledo O.
edy for liinrrhetea. Is pleasant to the taste
—Joe Wooley, living five miles
by DruirKis's in every part of the world. i
We, the unders>ghed, have known council, and to have a quiet chat Sold
Tw ent.v-Ave cents a bottle. Ils value is incah u-
rtheast of Burns, advertises oats F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
table Be sure and link for Mrs W iiib I ow ’ b
1| cents per ft., as fine a quality and believe him perfectly honorable
oats as ever grew in any coun- in all business transactions, and yes! fire rinht in! ve would much
practice. hav 1
financially able to carry out any rather talk than bother with busi A old physician, retired from practice,
ing had plat ed in his hands by an East India;
—The Saloon of Lewis & Rich- obligations made by their firm.
Missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
Hson is having a good run, and W est A T ruax , Wholesale Drug
fore the town was a body corporate all Thront and Lung affections, also a positive
py? Because they are gentleman
gists Toledo 0.
rwilii Ill cure for Nervous Debility nml all I
fellows and keep the best liquors. W alding , K innana M arvin ,Whcle- saloon men were compelled by law. ami
Nervous Coni olalnis, after having tested its
curative powers in thouRiuul. of |
[er and cigars
sale Druggists, Toledo O.
. ch , has fell It hi. duty to make it known to
those petitions to be signed by a cii
hi. fellow suffering fellow«. Actuated bv thi.
■—Parties indebted to me are re-
and a desire to relieve human suffering |
The first election in Utah on na majority of the voters in the pre i motive
lested to settle immediately. I am
I will «end, free of charge, to all who desire it, '
ret ipe. in German. French, or Euglish,
nng away from Burns the first of tional party lines came off Aug. 3. lish the petition so many issues in till«
with full direction« for useing .-ent bv mull
with stamp, naming this paper
jpteniber and must have an im- There were three tickets in the field. a county paper. Saloon men never jK addressing
\. W. Noyes, 820 Powers’ Block, Rochester,
Democratic, Republican and Liber
objected to the publication of their
1 lie Democrats won by a small
J. W. A shford , m . d . I ill.
petitions for license. Such being
I —We are informed the L. F.
the case, why was it deeme 1 expe Hardin A Riley, r attle branded Von left aide.
bmpany are preparing the| neces-
dient by this board to make a Horne brand T left aide, r u. Burns. Oregon
A Bloody lliot.
p-y machinery for artesian well
change? Duties, made obligatory J. (\ Foley, cattle brand .= on .right, side.
ring and will in a short time try
At Lockmore La, a free-for-all by law. with which saloon men Horae brand — on left shoulder.
W iUlaniR A Williams, cattle brand. (’R on left
f artesian water in Harney val- fight between the “Red bones” and seemed willing to comply, ignored hip.
Horae brand, |1 mi right at ide. P, o. Riley.
"Whites” in which fourteen men by this board for what reason? Was Horsts branded ) ( on left stifle. Cattle brand
) ( on left hip. Marion Bunyard, I’O burns.
«—Every thing in the hardware were killed and two missing. Latest it considered I v ¡you that saloon ed Cattle
diamond on left hip; horses eV on left
sh. uider. Charles II. Voegtley. Burua Oregon.
Un (e, received at Geer’s last week,
»nite ware, Machine oil, Mechan- ed at sixteen. Another account of
LEGAI. ADVERTISE*! ENTS.
tools, Mowing machines, all the riot comes from Westlake. La., ing for your town, and in consider
ds of harvesting tools, cheaper to the effect that the trouble was ation of the great benefit» being de
caused by the breaking out of an rived from the saloons, you would
n dirt, for cash.
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of
old feud between a band of robbers derectly favor them and thereby Mav
i.s’d, I Hjipoinie I the follouing named per-
—We understand that D L. Grace known as the “Asworth” gang and teach your papers a lesson by not B.H S deput.v Stock I i.speclois of Harney count y :
John Bridge, of crane Creek ; Harrison‘Sea
i the appointment of deputy the cattlemen of that section.
making it obligatory on the saloons ward
of Diamond; \\ M. Hogan of Sil ver Creek
nt y treasurer, porsons living ir.
F. G. Blume of Emigrant Creek. George Mor
to publish their license and cheat gan,
ms and vicinity wishing to regis-
Campbell anil McKinley.
ing the papers out of the “little old
Thos. G. D oiihon ,
Stock Inspector of Harney county.
county warrants can do so at his
Kate Fields says Governor Camp twelve or fifteen dollars” paid for
idence in Burns.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
bell has a wonderful influence over
That is about the size of it, as Not ire to hereby given that the nndersipned
-Stockmen can now get honest
has been appointed administra:nx of the es
ghts by shipping or selling stock men. Insptaking of his address newspaper men think, because you tate of Calahill M. Caldwell, <ir< e«se<l. by the
Cvuntv Court of Harney county, Oregon, and
Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav-
persons having claiinR agaii Bt mild »state
way, not even by publishing your all
are hereby notified to present the stine, prop
just completed oneof Fairbanks 8he says:
verified, as 'equired by law, to me for al
laws or ordinances, so that lowauce,
at Lums, Hurney county, state of
ck Scales, and arranged a large
“What he said was not remarka town
Oregon within six inontim from this«!a’e.
ral for the purpose. Certified ble, but it was better—it was kind
Dated thia k7th day of J uh, A D 1*91
ing for your town and----- ”
M ary C ali »* rix ,
ly it was humane. There was a
-The last stage from diamond sympathetic timbre in his voice moment?”
lev, left at this office, specimens which fell gratefully on ears little
Nollet» to CrcililorH.
“Oh yes, I can stop two, if it is
In the matter of Swarts A .Millet, Insolvent
train to be given Dr. Embree to used to music of any form; and pro what you desire.”
e to the state fair. Upon the duced its effect on a class of men
“Well you see. you see----- ”
To w hom it may concern: The undersigned
gives notice that oo the U h I day of May,
idles we find the following la-
IM'.H, Swarts A Miller, insolvent debtors, of Har
of Oregon, made, executed
C. D. Richardson, wheat and “Governor Campbell will always be
“Well you see. we, well we, don’t nml delivered State
to »he undersigned (heir certain
lev; William Helmic, canarv- a political success,” she continues, you know we hadn’t come to that.” }deed
of assignment, conveying all their prop
both real and personal in trust, for the
I seed and wheat; A. T. Clftrk, “for the man who thus impresses
“Oh. you mean vou hadn’t tho’t erly.
benefit of their creditors. Now, therefore, all
these implacable critics, convicts, of that; or hadn’t been looking at 1 such
creditors and others interested in raid
fat. oats, barley and rye-grass.
estate are hereby notified to present their
will gain his ends with voters.”
it in that light.”
! claims and demands against said estate, prop
-It is our privilege and duty to
erly verified, a« by law required, at the office of
Hear what Chairman Norton has
“Yes, yes; that’s it”
the undersigned, in Baker City, Oregon, with
ne industry and enterprise, to
“Now, while we are talking, al in three months from the publication hereof
rise every one to deal with home to say of his friend McKinley.
Dated June 19, 1MH.
C. W J ams *, Assignee.
“He is my friend; IwouldtoGod low me to inquire what have you
rchants. But there are persons
o every fall buy some of their that his law were as good and harm done in the direction of protecting F inal proof :
ceries as well as other family less and gentle and kind as he. the town from the ravages of fire? LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON, JULY
essaries, at the railroad. To McKinley rnav l»e as the dove or What street improvements have you
Notice 1« hereby riven that the following-
m we say buy of the O, C. Com even as the bird of paradise, but brought al>out? Or «imply allow named
notice of hla intention
iy at Huntington. For the past his law is as the hawk, the velturej me to put the question plainly how to make Anal pr.»>f In support of his claim anrt
before the Reicla-
r we have solicited ranchers, who and the coyote. They say McKin much money have you exp nded I ter and Ke< elver, al Burna, Oregon, on Ausust
Is 1MH, vis
’ their goods, partly, at the rail- ley is an honest man. 1 grant on the town?”
William It. Itwehsaaa.
A Councilman—“Mr. Mayor I Pre. Its No
Xv8. for the i.L, of W1, of kec 9,
d to deal with that company, that he is. and all honor to him for
H. K W, r. W M
I we take pleasure in announcing lieing so; but his measure is a burg- believe it is always in order to move Tp lie 22 names
'he following wltnissis to prove
his continuous residence upon anrt < ultlvatlon
he public that we have not heard ler without heart and without mer to adjourn. I make a motion we of.
aairt land, vis Charles Roper. Reuben < lay
pool, Tims Potter and Thoa Vickers, all of
ngle complaint from any indi- cy, who robs alike the helpless adjourn.”
ual, there-fore we can safely rec- child, the strong man and the de The motion carried. R eporter .
J. B. H untington , Register
tnend the firm to the public.
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