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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1891)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, ll»l.
newspaper in this county .
Official County Paper.
—James Sweitzer is still very
—We had a social dance last
—Harney county has $1,474,880
korth of taxable property.
—W. Y. King returned last Wed
pesday from Corvallis.
—Mrs. Young and daughter have
tented Mrs. James Copshall’s house.
—Notice the card of Dr. W. L.
Marsden on second page of this
—Harry Thompson, and family,
parted this morning for Drewsey,
d visit friends.
i —Chas. Frye arrived, last Thurs
lay, wit h a six horse load of freight
Dr the A. Robbins store.
i —It seems as though the vonng
Dlks of Burns are not “in it” when
t comes to dancing of late.
— A fine select stock of excellent
tone jars, received at Cal Geer’s
lardware Store. For sale cheap.
—Go to the meat shop of Martin
Jyerlev for your vegetables, pota
oes, cabbage, squashes, onions etc.
—Chas. Anderson desires all par
les owing him hotel bills to settle
he same immediately and save
—The Sheriff says this is the
nst time he will notify delinquent
»ax-payers See notice in another
—The A. Ribbins store received
tn iron door for their cellar. They
yill now soon have a fine fire-proot
—Lee Caldwell, who expected to
Itart to Portland in a few davs. is
Sonbned to his bed of typhoid
— Ben Brown received a lot of
Box Elder seed, from the Payette
Nursery, to be sown on his timber
—New Stock of Glass, Putty,
faints, Oils, Brushes, etc., at Geer’s.
No charge for cutting glass if von
buv of me
— F or S ai . e —Forty-five or fifty
head of good stock horses, cheap
for cash. Inquire of M. R. Biggs
— All parties indebted to the
butcher shop now owned by Byerley
(t Stublefield are requested to call
and settle up to this date.
—R C. Ceer, accompanied by the
d—1 of this office, went duck hunt-
ingone evening of this week. Ducks
me very plentiful, we should judge..
from the number they brought
—The Red Front livery stable
under the management of Bill
Woods is getting a big run of cus
tom Bill knows a horse conse
quentlv understands how to care for
—We called on our neighbor the
other evening who was hard at work
fixing a parasol over his water buck
et. He said, although he had but a
short distance to pack his water,
pvery time he got home it would oe
—We have been informed, by
go‘»d authority, that among the
small stock men of this vicinity,
there will lie l»etween 400 or 500
head of beef cattle gathered and
put in pastures, in about 10 days or
two weeks, ready for the buyer.
Seemingly, persons wanting to buv
heef come here thinking that no
one else has cattle to sell but the
large stock men of this country,
pou are much mstaken gentleman;
there are small stock dealers here,
<ho have as fine beef cattle as you
*ill find in anv country and of
course they raise them for sale. Beef
buyers,who read this,please remem
ber the fact.
—A limited supply of IXL har
ness oil at Cal Geer’s.
V an Sept. 18, 1891.
— ‘Big Jim” left our town for
On the 16th day of the 9th month,
W. H. GASS,
P roprietor ,
California last Thursday morn while the thrashers were gathered
togather, at the ranch of one named
Best quality of Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
—Closing out sale of all summer Johnson, it came to pass, that a
Millinery, at reduced prices until great contention arose between
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Samuel Jenkins (whose surname is
M rs E S. S week .
J. L. Sulivan, he being the cham
—The thrashers finished O. D. pion pie biter of Oregon.) and
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY
Rusk’s grain yesterday morning. Frank Stice, an Israelite, (he being
a decendant of the black sheep of
He had 4133 bushels.
fW“Gentlemanly courtesy extended to all. Call and see me.
—An excellent quality of ma Israel.) Whereupon J. L. S. com
chine oil at Cal. Geer’s Hardware manded the Israelite tc “get in and
rustle,” and the Israelite recom
store for $1 a gallon.
mended J. L. S. to emigrate to a
—Cal Geer, of Burns Ore., was in tropical climate; then did J. L. S
the city this week visiting old grow very wroth and called out say
JORDAN Á- HORTON,.............................................. Proprietors.
ing: “Get thee down from the stack
—A shoe maker says that 75 per ai.d hit me if thou durst!” then
cent of the jieople who try on shoes did the Israelite display great agil
« ^Ä.DEAl.ERS IN-—,
in his place have holes in their ity and without the aid of a par
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES,
achute, he decended and immedi
STATION ARY. DIAMOND DYES, CHOICE PERFUMES
—Mrs. Clymer, wife of Dr. H V. ately took his fist from the eye of J
& FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, TOBAGO, CIGARS ETC.
Clymer, of this city, is on a visit to L. 8., causing it to assume a beauti-'
relations and friends in Salem.— ful navy blue color; then did J. L
S. exhibit his great strength, and 1 Fine Wines & Liquors fcr Medical Purposes.
his adversary insomuch
—We see in the Huntington Her
ald that J. E. McKinnon, formerly I that they both fell the earth. Then ! fV* Prescriptions accurately compounded.
of this place, has accepted a posi did the Wise Men gather togather
and exhort them to rise and they I
tion in J. L. Alberson’s store.
arose. Then did the Israelite wax
—W. C. Byrd, accompanied by wild and he called out to the crowd:
his wife, left here last Thursday for “Ho! ye sons of dogs! come out to
Crane creek He expects to visit me that 1 mav break every bone in ,
the southern Dart of the county be thine tar.” Then did Walt (whose J
fore his return.
surname is Caps, winch is plural
—The run the Saloon has, known he being a twin,) accommodate the
Reparing a Speciality.
Plumbing and Pipefitting.
as ‘ Texas Resort,” B. H. Fine pro Israelite and he fell over a wagon
prietor. Droves the quality of liquors tongue. Whereupon a great calm
and cigars kept behind the bar and came over them all. and the Israel-
FISHING TACKLE A’ SPORTING GOODS.
handed out to customers when ite gaflled bis cavuse and depart
ed and the remaining Calamities,
—R. J. Baker, of silver creek, was Wolfites and Vanites congregated
in town Thursday, making a few togather on a panel of barbed-wire
“V ock brands .
purchases, among them was one of! ; fence and conjectured on the proba-
Hardin A Riley, cattle branded Von left aide.
Horne brandy left Bide, p u. Burna, Oregon
“Bucks” celebrated cook stove i bility of the Moon slopping over on
which he obtained at the Cal Geer I the earth before supper.
Foley, cattle brand = on right aide,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
llorae brand = on left ahoulder.
Notice to hereby given that the undersigned
W ill lame A William,. < utile brand, CB on lef
has been appointed adini.iis rairix of the vb - hip. lloraebraud, 11 <m right alitle. P. O. Riley
— Read notice to delinquent tax Let your hair drop out or let the late
of Calahill M. Caldwell, ue<v»Bed. by the
payers in another column, and re dandruff accumulate, wh -n you can County Court of Harney county, (1 regon, and lloraei branded ) ( on left atilt«-, cattle brand,
all perB.n a having claims agaii st said estate ed )■( ou left hip. Marion Buinard, PG Burna.
member that this is the last notice get a remedv at the Barber Shop of are
hereby notified to preset)' the a line, prop
Cattle diamond on left hip; lioraea <’V on lef
verified, us required Ly law, to me for al ahoulder. Charlee II Voeat’ev. buri.a Oregon
before the ‘ fur flies” which will John Robinson
lowance. at buriiB. Harney county. State of
Oregon wi<hin six months from this date.
‘fly” immediately after the expira
Dated this k7th day of July, A D 1x91
tion of the date given.
M ahy C a Ln well .
Notice 1 b hereby given that on the 15th day of
—M arried —At the residence of
M hv 1 x 91, 1
the following named per
A. W. WateiB, attorney.
sons deputy Stock I iiflpecloi a of Haruv* county:
the bride’s father, Mr. Ira Stubble
John Bridge, ui Crane ( reek; Harrison Sea
ward of Diamond; W M. Hoga»» of Bi I ver Creek
field and Miss Etta Byerley. J. C.
F. G. Blume of Emigrant (.’reek; George Mor
Parker J. P..officiating. The H er
gan. of Drew Bey.
of the State of Oregon,
You will please take notice that In the Circuit for Court
Tho:t. G. D odson ,
Hurney ( viiuty
ald joins tb<ir many friends in wish
stock Inspector of Harne> County.
ing them a happy wedded life.
paid at »lie expiration of thirty davs
—Stockmen can now g-t honest from the date hereof will be collect
To Cornelius Howard, defendant.
To all heir r reditora and others interested in
weights bv shipping or «elling stock ed by levy and sale as the law di In the name of
the Stale of Oregon
ihv I»mI Will ami Tea anient of M . p (.«lea <ie-
You are herein summoned and required to < vBRvd and the E r ate thereof:
at Huntington. The O. C. Co. hav rects. “S-> govern yourselves ac appearand
answer the complaint filed against
Take noli« v that the Exe< utor N (). Gates hna
you in theatiove entitle«! action at the above Ihisda* filed his Fii al Aceount in th«* mailer
ing just completed one of Fairbanks cordingly.”
entitled court, upon the first day of the next of btivli l-R'HfeHi)d b* » rder of same <1* e the
Stock Scales, and arranged a large
regular term, after the expiration of the period H«>n. ('«»nut* < otirt of the state ot Oregon fof
Dated this September 22nd 1891. allowed
<or the punli< aii«>n of tills Notice, to- Harnev Count* Ins app. it led ll <* ;d < ay of
corral for the purpose. Certified
A. A C owing ,
wlt :on tlie 2» th t.ay of o< tobvr, IX! i.
No*einber ixQ| nt a regular term of said < < url
will take Notice that if v.»n fail so to do, t<> be h«»lden iu and for Haruv* (’• uui* afoie*
Sheriff of Harney County Ore. the You
pluintitf'w ill, for want thereof, take judg said, hr the time and p’a< e of hearing riiiiiv .
ment a »¿a it Bt you for the ruiii of |.oo. with the
—There will he a meeting of the
therefore »nd on siiid dn\ fi e «d>jec-
further ruiiib ot JLO inten a , accruing interest tioi *ppear
r if an* exist uhy thepra er of the Exv« ut-
Democratic Central Committee men The pleasant flavor, gentle action and cor b to be taxed.
or l»v not gra itvd the ivpoii approved, the I fl
BiiinmouB I b published by order of the tale <•’» Red, the pr.'pert * dl»> ribu'ed no« ordiu“
held during circuit court at Burns. and soothing eflects of Svrup of H Thia
uii . James A. fee, one of the judges of tlie to the M Hl. t he »amv be on.«*rv«1 and th«* Rai..
Court,of datethe 7tn day of Sep Executor «Its« harmed from the duties ..I hit
The day and hour has not y< t been Figs, when in need of a hxative,
rust and his boto sinen re.caved from Inrthfr
determined but it is expected that and if the father or mother be cos
liaoilit* in t lie pnoniscR.
T ho IMT on W illiams ,/ Afton c ? b
Done nii<l dated at Burns the 9th dav of S< p
every mein tier will attend.
tive or bilious, the most gratifying and G ko W. II aykr , in pcuBuiij f. r Plaintiff. t ember 1X91
W. C. B yrd
By orderof the Court
Wm. Miller Count j
results follow its use, so that it is
Secretary. the best t’amilv remedy known and
8 () GATES, Executor.
T. W illiams Attorney.
—The popular Saloon of Lewis every family should have a bottle. And Order of Foreclosure of Me
A' Richardson keeps constantly be
For Over Fifty Yearn.
Drathe** I’an’t I m * ('tired
hind the bar the finest brands of
AM O lo and WRLLT m IID RXMKI»Y. —Mrs.
wines, liquors and cigars. Mixed
Whalou’s s.ait hint!
nip has Ieen used fot
for the fowl« Bare of a Mec)iaiii<s lien, lulled
fifty .veara bv in i 11 i.sne. >f mo livre for their
drinks a specialty. A billiard ta by local applications, as they can out of the Circuit Court of thv Slate of Oregon, over
children **bile teetlilng. with perfect sue«-vsa
not reach the diseased portion of the for Harney (’«.iinty, on the ’.Hth dav of .Ini* A. Il R »«ithcs the < hild, softenB inv umi «. m II m B
ble for the amusement of guests.
1*J1, upon a decree rendered in said court a 'I pelii, i tire» wind colic, anti in the beat rein
ear. Th?re is only one way to cure D.
entered of recor<1 on the kfttn da* of Ma» A ed* for Diarrhetra. la pleasant 1.» »he taste,
—It now anpears as though ex deafness, and that is by constitu and
1) 1X91, in a cause therein pending wherein, sold by Drungis a in every part of thv World.
E. If King la plaintiff and John Mah.in. M
President Balmaceda.of Chili, failed tional remedies. Deafness caused SwortB
T went) five « viiir it Dot Hr. Its va ’tie is ini al< ii-
and Glen W. Miller, partner» as Nworts lahlr
Be sure and nek for Mre Winslow*»
A Miller, and J. L. Sitz. Defendants
Said tie Southing
to effect an escape from that coun by an inflamed condition of the cree
Syrup, and take no other kind.
being in favor «»I »aid Plaintiff and agaii at
try. as has been reported, ami fear mucous lining of the Eustachian said Defendant» for thv Bum of fl-.«- hundred
and forty four arid 71-1(0 dollar» '|>|| 71 100|
ing that he would lx? detected and Tut >e. When this tube gets in and Inteieat thereon at x per «enr per annum
from thekfith day of Mav A. D 1X91. and for tlie
put to death he become insane and flamed you have a rumbling sound forech
of a Mechanl« a Den of date the »(th
The H erai . d knows of two bay
shot himself through the temple in or imperfect hearing, and when it dav of Bure
pereini»er A. D. IX9u and duly filed f.»r
on the said k4th dav »»f December A. D.
his room at the Argentine Legation is entirely closed.Deafness is the re record
1x90. with the Count* Clerk of Harney county work horses one branded on left
>reg«»n,the said lien being in favor of E. U.
in Santiago Sept., 19
sult. and unless the inflammation < Klug
They made their
the aia»ve narne<i Plaintiff and agniuBt shoulder C. V.
John Mahon, M. Sw.»r a and Glen W. Miller part
—Vice-President Webband other
range where they
nets as .Xwor a & Miller, and J L Hitztheaoove
named DefendarUB and upon that certain largt* now are the first of July; both horse»
officials of the New York Central stored again, hearing will I m > two
and one half Btorv wooden dwelling house.
R R., break the long-distance re destroyed forever; nine cases out of n«»w upon the Southeast quarter of the Nor<h at that time were shod and had hal
Sect ion twenty fJ>] In Townahlp
cord, making 436 miles in 440 min ten are caused bv catarrh, which is t**ent»-eight of (*2M)
Houth «»f Range thirt* fi*v(<-»j ters on. Any one having lust horse»
and being In Harney roiintv about that time can reci ive a full
utes, including stopi. The first two
Oregon, and directing me to ael) nan I dwelling
Iteing 3| minutes each, the last 7 of the mucous surfaces.
and lands f<» Mliaf* aa
description and particulars bv writ
Now, the ref »re. I will offer and »ell said land
We will give One Hundred Doi and
minutes. Deducting the time thus
dwelling h >UBc to-wit: That certain large ing or calling at this office and pay
one half atorv w«»»»dvn dwelling b*,uae, ing for this notice.
lost, the actual running lime was lars for any caseof Deafness (caused tw«»and
situated upon the Souihraat quarter of the
quarter of Mectlon tweni* (.01 in
H«»nth of Range
taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send Township
E. W. M ronialnlng forty acres
—A gentleman from the Malheur fi r circulars, free.
lying and iteing in Harney r.,unty Oregon, t«v
A old ph e slci an, retired from prsrike ha> y
leather with all and aingular the tenements, Ina had plated in his hands bi hi » Esst ,h«dt>
selling water mellons gave us a call E J. C heney A Co., Toledo, ()
and appunenancea, thereunto Misst.mar* ihe formula of s simple t cge»ablt
yesterday, and brought a mellon in fW*Eor sale at the City Drug hvreditamcniB
belonging or in anv manner app^r alnlug and remedy f«»r the speed* and permanent <nre «4
all their right, title interest ami ea ate therein t'onsumptlon. Kr.»n< hWla, < s’arrh. Ashrna nmp
6ight that weighed 74!bs. Of course Store.
or thereto which the Defendaia, John Mah.oi, all Thr«»at and I nng afTvethn b . a so a p. sDivt
M Wwurts and Glen W. Miler. partnetB ns and radi« al cure for Nervous Debility und sly
as a natural consequence we were
NwortB A Mill-i and J L. Hits had on the 14th Nervous Comnlalnta. after I ibv I i g Haled i'P
broke. Now there is only one rem
day «»f December A l> 14*). h»r «ash to the high wonderful curative powers in th. usaur'a <#*
est b‘4«ler at public auction at th«* front l«a»r of cases, has felt It hiB duty t*> make It known rçj
edy for this, and that is for some
A<liiaird bv thfp
th»- ( «'tin house, in the town <»f Itorna. Homey hie fellow suffering fellow»
ounty Oregon, commencing on Thursday the motive and a desire to relie*e human Buffering
one to come in and pay their last
I will send, freeef charge, tosll who desire
l.Mh dav of October A. D DWI, at 2 o’cl.w k p
year’s subscription and nav in ad
thiB rw ipv. tn German. Fren« h, or KogliaK
M of said dav
with fall directions f«»r use in g
eent hr mail
vance for another vear. Make haste
addressing with stamp, naming thia psper
hand thia 14th day of A usual A D ixt«i.
A W Noyes, "20 Powers’ Block. Rorhestes
A A 'OHKfl,
for that man is going to leave
Sheriff of Harney county, f.rrgon N. Y.
City Drug- Store.