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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1891)
from Sheriff’s ami Constable’s sale . W. C- BYRD aW. Y.KING.
His farm In Perrv county was sold REAL ESTATE AGE N TS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1*91.
by the Sheriff some years ago, since
which time he has lived by oeg-
An Indianapols man swore in
ging. When sent to the Infirmary
court the other day that he did not
Mr. Aden presented a most miser
We have at this time for
know his wife’s first name, though
able appearance, his clothing be- several productive farms, well
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Burns, near the bridge.
they had lived happily together for
ing little better than tatters and proved and well watered.
Customers will receive GOOD FLOUR from
Parties wishing to purchase call
Two years ago the remains of
8am June* Called I low n.
William Innes were buried at Cor
■on us we will show them the lauid good Wheat.
unna, Ind. When exhumed the
The two Georgia evangelists, j we have for sale, and parties desir-
other dav, they were found petrified I Sam I*. Jones and Sam W Small, I ing to dispose of real estate cannot .
and had increased in weight from have been ordered to appear before
do better than to put their lands in ;
175 to over 500 pounds.
the Grand Jury. They conducted
our hands for sale, i ecause we ad-i
a revival there some time ago and
B. H. FINE.
There was a tragic scene at Mon- charged corruption t>o pointedly up vertise freely bv sending circulars
ticello, III., a few days ago when on the people and the administra and cards in all directions solicit
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes,
Charles Huffman, who had just unit tion of justice that Judge Maddox ing purchasers and describing the
ed in marriage with Miss Marv E. [ charged the Grand Jury to compel land.
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant Card Rooms etc. etc.
Loghty, dropped dead with heart 1 Jones and Small to make their
This Saloin is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender»,
disease at the altar.
We will also buy lands for per-
chnrj.es in legal form and [»rove
and mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
i their truth or shut up. Attach sons wishing to purchase in our
A German biologist says that the ! ments have bst-n issued for the rev- j county and living nt a distance,
two sides of a face are never alike. ! ereral gentlemen. Small is now in giving careful and accurate dis-
In two cases out of five the eyes are Mississippi.
cription of the same, also the title.
out of line; one eye is stronger than
Correspondence Solicited. Oilice
the otbei in seven persona out of
at E ast O regon H erald .
ten and the right ear is generally
higher than the left.
Mrs Allen G. Thurman, wife of
Bill Woods is “in it,” “and don’t you forget it.”
the “Old Roman” is very ill . at
What he don’t know about the care of horses is not worth knowing.
J. Henry Knott and his wife Han Columbus Ohio, and is not expected
nah livid together in a small Penn- ' to survive but a short time. She' “AMERICAN EAGLE JOB OFFtCL Nice Turnouts, and Passengers taken to any part of the country desired,
svlvania town for fifteen years, and has been quite low for several weeks I
ill all that time never exchanged a! from an attack of grip, eoupkd with
CH AsS W. 1IÏICI», Proprietor
word. Now Henry has disappeared the infirmit'es of her 80 years.
but as the farm is in his wife’s name , Mrs. Thurman was born in Chil- I
she has loosened her tongue to call 1 licothe in 1811 and was thedaught- I
tìurit», ilari,ey County, Oregon.
loudly for his return.
er of Walter Dunn, a wealthy mer
chant and land owi er. During
Ignorance on the part of Mrs her earlii childhood she accom
HARDWOOD. TRON and STEEL. SHELF HARDWARE,
Peter Stilwick caused the death of panied her parents to LexiiiRton, LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS,
NAILS. CROCKERY GLASSWARE A AMMUNITION.
her infant eon at Buffalo N. Y. The where in after years she married a
WAGONS. CARTS, CARRIAGES & FARM MACHINERY.
Labe was but thirteen days old resilient named Tompkins, by whom ENVELOPES,
The mother, intending to give the she had cue daughter. Her bus
little one a bath, she says, plunged band dying soor. after their mar BILL HEADS,
him into boiling hot water. The riage, she returned to Chillicothe
child was litteially boiled to death, and in 1844 was married to Judge LEGAL BLANKS,
the water being so hot that the skin Thurman. From that union three
MRS. LOUIS RACINE, Prop’t.
dropped off f.om the flesh in large children were horn. Theson Allan Of every ib scription, mid in fact
W , well known from his connec
This Hotel has recently been enlarged and entirely renovated in first class style.
tion with base-ball affairs, is the
Leave orders Herald or Items office
A <«a in hier» Hash Act
The table is Supplied with the Best the Market Affords.
only one residing at home.
Traveling Men will find this Hotel a nice and Desirable place to
PROMPT ATTI NTI! N GIVEN TO MAIL
Charles Clay, a gambler, has
been arrested at Henderson, Ky.,
for opening a grave and cutting a
fore finger from the hand of the dead
woman to bring him luck, There the p-asants to obtain is of the vil
are threats of violence against him. est description, but so sharp are Ever since l'ie establishment of the l.rr.: pa per on
the pangs of hunger that th -y glad the bay of San Francisco, which vzc believe wns
ly eat food that at other times they the “Alta.” removed from Monterey in 1343; th2
inhabitants of the Coast generally have been inter
would not touch. In many cas< s ested in the news from San 1* ranuisco. The “ZJnx,”
like many other pioneers of *43, ha 3 succumbed 13
Coi.i Min s, O. Sept. 30—A man their only food is the sweepings the
inevitable and g me over to the crcr.t major...,
- - - 19 YEAR OLD - - -
86 years of age was sent to the ami refuse from the Hour mills. In and, like ether pioneers, has Lccu caccecucd ly
County infirmary to day. He had Suratoff the land-owneis i< u d taken ;»erhaps the m >st prominc:.! ¡.‘.ncc in the
spent tho best part of his life this refuse so injurious to their cal- newspaper field if l.;tc y ar.’, l .. I i.; Weekly
it very gvitvra’.!/ t:kc:i 1/ those who
in aiding the working men and tie that they would not fi t d it to edition
wanton iatcrcatinj an J rcliab’.o paper published
working women of the country them But, though it was not fit Lt “’.he Lay.’’ l.vcryonc it familiar wi.h I
Premia ;a O.Tcri made by Mr. IMarst, the
<E UNITED STATES
His name is Wm Allen, hut he is tor cattle to eat, the land owners the
“MsamiiKr’a” cntcrprialaj J ab’. shcr, and it i.i
better knowe ns “Land Bill Allen.” made bread of it and sold it to the <n’./ necessary t» say thal th!» y; r the ajgre^atc
“on Payer» »3.00 per Year
Over fifty years ago Mr. Allen com peasants. Bread made of tineh is $1.25,X3, wh’. h are distributed among a’.l the
menced the work of his life for his
subscribers to the p'.;xr. I.i uuddi^n to these pre
miums, which ran~c i.i value from (.1 cents to
fellow men. At that lime he lived with a very small quantity of rve is f.COO,
every subscriber receives cue cf the four
In many great premium pictures, which will be mailed to
in Perry county. He was the own considered a godsend,
In a tube direct tram the ‘ E xaminer ” office
er of a valuable farm and was mir districts the starving |a-asantn him
an soon ca the subscription is received:
roundeil by a happy family, ile are not able to procue eve» thise
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commenced the agitation of the miserable subsitutes for nourishing
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homestead law and traveled the f<sal, and are reduced to the most " Tli K jxi
inches, ar.d they
country over at his own exjiense, dire straits to prucuie anvthmg are ik-g-nt./ reproduced is i *21x23
i i c sinu.c, th. wi.*.j
origin *.’, i, cl her
delivering speeches and lectures in that will prolong life. In these ooc uf which could not be purchased
for f ioo,ooo.
furtherance of his work. He ad districts the starving population a>e
dressed Legislature* and he|]asl to keening themselves alive bv luak *' Woaei El C’lUirti First," iy C. Iglcr fc-y
W. D. BOYCE, Publisher,
mould public sentiment until at ing what they call “hungei bread.” "C*rtt tarta te Frstsrta," ly Gustzvc D:rf
Each of t^eae fMctur a i i r.-produertt i > yhoto-
last Congre's passed the national The ingredients are dried dung, fTBwnrr.
If yoor Newsdealer ar Newsboy
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doea Mt handle the Ledger, ask
homestead law. giving every actual the powdered bark of trees, ground home. wl;l adorn ij_- w . >< i til.-i.iual tcoik .1
p*ase and giHise-fia t, a plant more The mibacriplion prlc . ft:,- “Veakt/ Tt'e-m*.
him te write to m, and we will send them to
settler 160 acres of land For this commonly
ner *l«»I.W,and. Mcnp-HH.. may I, ».nleitKe
him on sale. Speak to your Newsdealer about it
t » W. H. Hear-., rub i«hrr, San I rawi.co,
work Mr Allen was highly praised, This mess is griedilv vMte'.bv i he direct
ihnmah the Loc.-.t A-e;: « f : .xaaxlacr” or
but he received no pay lie »pent faiuisltitig |H*opiv.
his fortune in this cauag
l»er» of his family died one after
another, and now he is in the poOr
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