East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, September 02, 1891, Image 3

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LOOK FOR R. C. GEER’S AD ;
Notice.
E»tray Notice.
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Our first-class Tinner.
Strayed from Burns, an iron gray
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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 ,1891
The H erald knows of two work horse, weighing about 1000 pounds,
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dental work done, before cold weath­ horses, which the first of July made branded P on left stifle. The partv
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—For a cigar that you will take where they now are, both horses at Dr. Ashford at Burns, will be liber­
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NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
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pleasure in smoking, gel it at Jor­ that time were shod and had halters ally rewarded.
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stone jars, received at Cal Geer’s description and pirticulars bv writ The Royal Baking Powder Condemned
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Hardware Store. For sale cheap. ing or calling at this office and pay­
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Parties
wishing
dental
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—Chas. Anderson quit the French
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done can pay part ii. wood or farm
Last Monday Mr. Kelly intro­
Hotel yesterday
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products, to H. M. Horton, Dent­ Diesolving Panarama! Great Stere­ duced the following bill in the as
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—Chas. Anderson desires all par­ proved machine—the finest ever! will show that it is a very import­
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—Dave Drinnen and J L. Par- ties owing him hotel bills to settle brought to the town—will endeaver ant one.
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rish of Canyon city are in Burns.
A n A ct to prevent the use of pois­
the same immediately and save to give satisfaction.
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— Peter French was in our town cost.
300 Views ofrfhe late civil war. j onous and injurious ingredients in
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Sunday and Monday of this, week
baking
powders.
and
all
important
historical
events.
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Baking
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—Notice in this issue the ad.e of Geers and get the latest improved
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effect t ' ufactured in this state, known as
L. Harlow. Leu means business,, H v trap, that has a capacity of get tures, thus producing an c.„_.
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before
equaled
on
the
Pacific
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alum
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other
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give him a call.
ing away with a million a minute.
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Powders
are
advertised
for
sale
coast.
It
shows
all
the
pictures
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—An excellent quality of ma
—Last Wednesday morning the
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chine oil at Cal. Geer’s Hardware stage enroute from Canyon city to life size.
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fail
to
see
it
as
you
miss
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store for $1 a gallon.
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Long Creek, was held up by a single opport unity of your life.
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—Messrs Seaward and Lucas of highwaymen and robbed. It is
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Will exhibit at Burns during the | other injurious ingredients; there­
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Diamond valley were in town Iasi thought the robber get but little to races.
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Sunday and Monday.
recompense him for the risk and
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A. K. D orsett , J York, represented in Senati and as-
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—We understand that Miss Bet trouble.
Proprietor > semblv, do enact as follows:
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Gage is still very sick, also three ot
—The popular Sa’.oon of Lewis
Section 1 —Every can or package
BUHNM KA<’E8.
C A. Sweek’s child red are reported A Richardson keeps constantly be­
of linking powder containing Am-
Sept. 19—mile dash free for all j monia offered for sale in this state
sick.
hind the bar the finest brands ol
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shall have a conspicuous label there-
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—New Stock of Glass, Putty. •vines, liquors and cigars. Mixed purse 175 00.
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the
words
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Contains
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Paints, Oils, Brushes, etc., at Geer’s drinks a sociality. A billiard ta
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printed
thereon-
in
plain
No charge for cutting glass if you ole for the amusement of guests.
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purse it75 00.
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buy of me
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—Stockmen can now g<-t honesl
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and any person who shall sell, or
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have or otter for sale, any such can
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to
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Millinery, at reduced prices until it Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav
In all races 4 or more horses to or
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package
of
baking
powder
with
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October 1st.
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Stock Scales, and arranged a larg<
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Entrance fee 10 per cent "of the out scuh label there on, shall be
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guilty
of
misdemeanor.
orral for the purpose. Certified purse. All entries made and closed I
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—Messrs J T. Fanil, of the firm weights given.
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Section 2.—Tnis act shall take
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with
Secy,
the
night
before
the
race.
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i<if Bache & Co. and Bi Geer brothel
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— B. H. Fine, at the popular “Re I’he directors reserve the right to eff'e -t July 1, 1891.
iof our townsman Cal Geer both ol
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Bakes city, were the guests of tin sort,” has just received a supply ot postpone ar.y of the above races on
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•vet
goods
the
best
brands
of
liquors
account
of
bad
weather.
Al!
races
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latter Monday and Tuesday of this-
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and cigars, grenadine syrup, miner­ to be governed by the Blood Horre
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NOTICE.
al water, sarsaparilla and iron,
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— Miss Azubah Young, our effic lovers of grenadine punch can now Association rules. The Burns .Jockv Notice iB hereby given that on the lath day of
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an
invitation
to
all
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Mat is’.ii, i appointed the following named per-
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pent instrumental and vocal music oe accommodated He has also
Boi 8 deput \ mu< k inspectors of Harnet county:
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John Bridge, 01 Crane Creek; Harrison bea-
teacher has quite a number of pu recently put in a billiard table and horsemen. B. H. F ine . President.
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war«i of Diamond; \V M. Hoga” of Sih er ('reek
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pits, all of them we are informed parties who delight in punching H enry R ichardson , Seev.
F. G. Blume of Emigrant Creek; George Mor­
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are making rapid progress in thi o'lliard balls can have their wishes
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Thoa. G. D odron ,
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Stock ItiBpeetorof Harney county.
IiiiiiiilCi-aiioK Hoar
study of music.
gratified.
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— Bill Woods of the Red Front
notice to creditors :
Pursuant to call a number of citi-j
For Over Fifty Year«.
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hereby given that the undersigned
Liverv Stable, is preparing to takt an O ld and W kll -T rikd R emkdy .— Mrs. zens of Harney valley met at the haw Noticeto
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iweu appoiuied adminisl ra< rix of ihe es
’s Soothing ayrwp has been «Bed fot
it
in the lot in the rear of the barn so Winslow
taie vf Ualahill M. ( tilduvii, ue<e”fled. by the
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Church
in
Burns
on
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>ver fifty >ears bymillionBof mothers fortheir
t oiintv Court of Harney county, < regoii, and
as to have more room.
Bill has hildren while teething, with perfect bucccbb inst.
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all |»era.>i _ a having daiina
agaii
m said «state
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t b »othes the child, softens ine gums, alia.' s
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just lately taken charge of the Red a’i pain, cures wind colic, and iB the best rem _ Meeting was called to order by J.
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for Diarrhea?». Is pleasant to the taste
Front and with his “git up” and edy
lowance, at i.uri.s. Harnei county, State of
C.
Welcome
and
Judge
Wm.
Miller
«old by Druggis sin every part of the world,
Oregon wi hin six months from this date.
?nergv things are beginning to look rwenty-five < ents a bottle, its value is incaleti was chosen chairman.
Dated thiB k7th day of July, A D 1NV1.
able. Be sure and ask for Mrs Winslow’s
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lively around there already.
The chairman stated the object
Soothiug Syrup, and take no other kind.
Administ ratrix,
A W. Wateis attorney.
of
the
meeting
to
be
t
he
orginization
—In conversation with S. Lamp
Curd of Thanks.
a “Board of Immigration” or
Xoii<*r l<» < ’i*t*<lii«»iK.
shire, ex-r^ad ouerseer, we learn
Allow us through the medium of of
"Board
of Trade” for the purpose of In the matter of tiwar B Millet, Insolvent
the following facts concerning the the H erald to express our ever
Debh/ra.
A du reus, Hon^Iianlel f\ Heat.
T.> whom it inav concern: The undersigned f««r< ambigue
work that was done and is still lasting thanks and gratitude to our advertising the resources of Harney hereby
gives notice that mii llie .bddav of May, t), W HBhington, New Jernes.
coun'.y
and
the
advancement
of
the
necessary to do to complete the neighbors and the citizens of Burns
1R91, Sw»r a
Miller, insolvent, debtors, of liar
I nev County, State of ureg«>n, made, executed
bridge at the Narrows. The bents for their help, kindness and sym­ mutual interests of its people.
and delivered to Ihe undeisigned their < ertain
On motion the meeting proceed­ deed of aBBignment, <*«>tne\ing all their prop­
ind stringers are already up; tbev pathy duringthesieknessand buiial
both real ami personal hi trusi, for the
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to permanently organize and erty,
FxMamr Daniel F. Beatty
vere put up by him while he was services of our child.
benefit of their creditors. Now, therefore, all li’I-ni..
Judge
Miller
was
elected
Preaident
su< h < redliois and otheis interested in rai<i WaBhiiigton, New Jeriev
oad overseer; some of the boards
M r . and M rs . S imon L ewis .
are hereby notified to present their
and J. B. Huntington was elected estate
claims and demands agah s saiu vs ate, prop
vere on the ground for the bridge
STOCK brands .
erlv verified, as by law required, at the office of
Children
Secretary.
Hardin A- Riley, mule branded Von left aide.
m<l he himself, there ready and
the unoerHigi ed, in baker City, Oregon, with
Home brainier left able, r o. Burna. Oregon
A committee of five was appoint­ in three months from the p indication hereof
mxious to complete the building of The pleasant flavor, gentle action
baled June IV.
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bv
the
chair
to
prepare
and
sub
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and
soothing
effects
of
Syrup
of
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,
Assignee.
he bridge, but a part of the work
J. (!, Foley, cattle brand
on right aide,
Horae brand
on left shoulder.
vas to be done by the road overseer Figs, when in need of a laxative, mit to the Board at its next meet­
V\ llllama
Willlama cattle brand. <’B oil left
Sheriffs Sale
n the district south of his and Mr. and if the father or mother be cos­ ing a set of By Laws.
hip. Horae* braud,
right alffle. P, (>. Kiley.
Meeting
adjourned
to
meet
Sat
­
tive
or
bilious,
the
most
gratifying
And
Order
of
Foreclosure
of
Me
­
jampshir? tried every means pos
Iloraea branded ) ( on left «title. l a’tle brand,
Sept. 6th at M. E. church
ed ) ( oii left hip. Marion Bunyard, PO hurnfl.
chanics Lien.
lible, except force, to get the over- results follow its use. so that it is urday,
Cattle diamotulon left hip; horara < ’V on left
in
Burns,
at 2 o’clock p m.
the
best
familv
remedy
known
and
By virtue of an Execution and order of Bale1 shoulder. CharleB ii Vuegtley. iiuri a Oregon
irerin the oth< r district to do his
f«»r theforet 1« sure of a Merhanhs lien. iBBued
J.
B.
H untington ,
every
family
should
have
a
bottle.
ih a re of the work, but the latter
of tb«i Circuit Court of ihe Htme of OrvRoii. —1,11
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Secy. out
for Harney <'«.uiity, on tin* .91 h <iav of Jul> A.
died .
Consum] th>u Cured.
ailed to get his men out to work, I
D* lNtfl, upon a decree rendered in sni«i Court |
and entered of record on the „hint.av of May A.
Haruej'i» Public School.
A old ph)Bician, retired from practice, hatf
xrnsequentlv the finishing of the
It is our painful dutv to chroni­
D. IN’Jl, in a cause therein pending wherein, ‘ Ing had plated in bis hands bv an East ln<lf<
>ridge had to be postponed for the cle the death of little Della Lewis,
h. H King ih plaintiff and John Mahon. M
Missionary the formula of a shn|>le vege*abl«
aud Glen W. Miller, partners as Mworta remedy for the sj>eed\ an<| permanent ( lire of
We desire to call the attention of NwortB
lime being. He also further stated age 10 yeare and a few days, the
A Miller, and J. L. Sill. Defendants
>ald de­ < oiisumptioii, hroiif hit is. < aiarrh. As hms anti
cree Ijeing in favor «d said Plaimiff and agaii at all Throat and lung a fiet t io i • ago a p. siiixe
lhat lumber for the Bridge was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon the patrotiR of education tothe work said
Defendants for the sum «>f five hundred and radii al « lire for Nerxons Debility and all
bought and paid for, bv the citizens Lewis. She died of inflamation of of the Harney City Public sch-xil. anti forty four and 74-luO dollars (|M4 7-1 100| Nervous t omnlaims, after havit g hs.etl Ha
interest ihereon al m per rent per annum wonderful curative powers in thousands of
four town, the heavy timbers and of the bowels Saturday morning We arc making an honest effort to and
from the u>th «lay of Mac A. D 1R91. anil for the cases, haw felt It his duty to make it known to
foreclosure of a Met hai !• a Hen of date the -4th his fellow suffering fellow b . A< mated bvihis
i part of the boards were on the Aug. 22. at 9 o’clock a tn. Her re­ mantain a school in every way day
of De<eint»er A. I). IM. hj ami duly fiied for
and a desire to relieve human anfieriug
¡round as before stated, the balance mains were laid to rest in the Burns worthy of the confidence of the pub record oil the said ;4th dai of De» ember A. D. motive
I ii HI sc d, free of c harge, to all who desire it,
1W0. with the County clerk of Harne.) coiinlv this re<ije, it German. French, or Kuglish.
lie.
It
is
our
ambition
to
make
this
>f the lumber, he believes, was cemetery on Sunday the 23d. The
< tregon. the said lien being in favor of E H. with ful> u.tec ioi a for useing
dent by mull
King the aiarve named Plaintiff’ mid against a<idrearing wi.h stamp, naming this paper
bauled to Burns to be taken down parents have the sympathy of a school so full of merit as not only John
Mahon, M.Hwor Baud (Hen W. Miller part
A W Noyes. »’¿0 Powers’ Block. Ro< heater.
to
command
the
respect
of
the
most
ners rb swor s A Miller. and J L hitz t he at«ove N. Y.
then needed, but the stoppage of large circle of relatives and friends
nanie«l Defendants and uputi that rer ain large
he work caused by the other dis- in their bereavement, and are ad­ exacting critic, but excite in the two
and *»ne hah BD.rv woollen dwelling house,
minds
of
its
patrons
and
friends
a
now
upon the 5. uibeast quarter of Ihe Nor h '
How'* Th I m !
monished
to
remember
that
Christ
rict failing to do their part of it.
east quarter vf rteciion twenty
in Township ,
nterest in theen'erpriae fagged and said: ‘•Suffer little children to come just pride. That our school has I tu ent * -eight (2NJ S uth «»f Range ibirti five (.J.j [ We offer One Hundred Dollar«
Fast W M . I'ing and being in Harney coiinlv
ilso the final disposition of the unto me and forbid them not, for of been a sjccess from an educational Oregon,
and directing me to sell said dwelling reward for any case of catarrh that
standpoint
no
one
will
question
and
lands t«'satisfi Baidderreeas inav be.
'emainder of the lumber was loci such is the kingdom of of heaven.”
Now, therefore. I will offer ano sell said land cannot be cured by taking Hall’«
dwelling h. iisc to-wit That «ertain large
'¡tht of. Mr. Hampshire informs Remembering also the resurrection since our students have creditably and
two and one half Bforv w«M»den dwelling house, I Catarrh Cure.
>s that about six thousand feet of and the eternal existence of the filled some of the l>est positions in situated upon the S»uth« ast quarter of the
F. J. C heney A Co.. Toledo <).
N«»nbeast quarter of Section tuentx (.01 In |
umber will finish the bridge. We soul, and the many trials and sor- this and adjoining counties. To the T.-wt
We, the undei-H>gh<*d, have known
ship twenly-eiaht
S.ulh of Rsnge ;
Preparatory
and
High
school
depart
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thirty-fiveE. W. M containing forty acres F J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
«•id a talk with a gentleman living 8ows of this life, our beloved ones
lying and being in Harney count* Oregon, to ,
'ear the Narrows, last Monday; he who have gone before are much ment will be added a commercial gather wlih all and singular the tenements. , and Iwlieve him [ivrfectly honorable
department.
Tuition
reasonable.
hereditament and appur•man«ea thereunto
the bridge is almost an actual lietter off and only await our com­
t«elonging or in any manner appenahtlug ami in all business transactions. an<l
Board
can
tie
procured
at
low
rates.
all
their right, ii le Interest an«l ea aie therein financially able to carry out any
ing
which
at
b.st
is
but
a
few
short
•cesaity to the people of that neigh-
or thereto which »he Defends a, John Mahon.
"'rhiKxl and he thinks if the 1'im- years, when they again will be The first term begens Sept. 14 1891 M ¿worts and Glen W .Miler, partners aa obligations made by their firm
We have been fortunate in securing «worts Mill*» and J I.. Hi*s had «>n 'he .4th W est A T kiax . Wholesale Drug­
*r l>e furnished at the mill that clasped in our arms to 1« forever and for
of De< ember A 1> 1*90, for rash tothe high­
music teacher Miss Donald­ day
est bbhler at publi« an« lion at th«* front 1« or of
»rties in the vicinity of the bridge ever with us in that life beyond the son our
gists Toledo O.
the Court house, in the town of bi»ri a. Harney
a
graduate
of
Boston
Conaer-
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,u‘d willingly haul it and lay the tomb of bliss and happiness which vatorv of music. Other suitable c mnty Oregon, commencing on Mohda* the W adding , R innan * M arvin . Whcle-
I4ih day <»f septemtier A. D 1V91, at ¿o'clock P
'■ards. levees to the approaches language cannot depict and our
sale Druggists, Toledo O.
M of said dai
teachers
have
been
employed
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my gBF“For sale at the City Drug
°uld of course have to be made, poor developed ideas of enjoyment,
We solicit vour correspondence. hand this 14th day of August A. A I> A l«9l.
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Store.
1 w P'Uch work that would take we have only a glimpse, but cannot
M ollie L ehman , Principel.
Sheriff of Harney county. Oregon I
fully grasp.
re not ’He at thia time to say.
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