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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1891)
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Therefore Tlie G-reat Inoroetse
I n 0 ur B usiness .
EVERYBODY TREATED ALIKE-
At the old Stand:
N. BROWN, Burns Ore^.
—“Mr. Chairman. I rise to point
—The H erald will take wood,* S. For a good, everyday household
of order T I want it emphatically wheat and vegetables on subscrip- angel give us the woman who laughs. Hardin & Riley, cattle branded Von left aide
zzxrxl 1 »■» ra ’ ’’— £1OI1
understood 1 I T refuse
to zT decline.
Her biscuit may not always be just Horae brand*? left aide, p o. Burna. Oregon
ÖATUURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1W1.
right, and she may occasionally
■V —Ladies domet flannel blouses burn her bread and forget to re J. C, Foley, cattle brand = on right aide
—M. R. Biggs, attorney at law 5cts. The Ellen Terry hairpins
place dislocated buttons ;but for sol Horae brand — on left shoulder.
left here yesterday morning, bound J 10
.Gets, a box at the Millinary Store. id
comfort all day and every day she William» A Williams, cattle brand, CB on lef
HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY for old Missouri, on a visit to rela-
• —B ring in your wheat .—John is u paragon Home is not a bat hip. Horae brand, |l on right at itie. P, o. Riley
NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
I tives and friends.
Sayer announces he will grind your tle field, nor life one long unending
branded )-( on left atitle. t attle brand
wheat at a half cent a pound, or row. The trick of always seeing ed Hortei
j ( on left hip. Marion Bunyard, I’O Burna.
I ports several persons ill in Diamond fifty cents per hundred and guar l the bright side or if the matter has [
Cattle diamond on left hip; horsea CV on ItW
antees good flour from good wheat. no bright side of shining up the ahoulder.
CharlvaH. Voegtlay, Burna Oregnn
Valley. We were not informed as
to the nature of the sickness.
—A. C. Worthington, mail con | dark one, is a very important fac Horae branded I* on right ahoulder, cattle I'
tractor on the Diamond Valley ulty. one of the things no woman on right hip. R. A. Hendricks, I*. O, LawenOr
—Tom and Jerry at the Elite
—Messers McEwen. Seaton and route, informs us he has received should be without. We are not all Horae brand 36 on left ahoulder, alao three
; Hendricks of the Lawen neighbor- orders from the Department to in I born wth sunshine in our hearts, j dota . . in ahapeof triangle,cattle branded aame.
E. E. Grout Burna Or.
crease the service on that route to las the Irish prettily phrase, hut we
—Mr. and Mrs. Levens returnd hood
,,, , were
, in town
. on land business
• • , last . I,.
twice a week. The orde- takes ef
fect the first of December He also mor if we only try.— Lakeview Ex-
—0. B. Whitmore, the Grand says that a weekly service will be I aminer.
—The Prineville papers report Official Instructor of the A. O. U. established from Burns or Diamond
—It is more fun to see a man
two eases of diphtheria in that W., will deliver another lecture to to the Wild Horse country, via. j read a puff of himself in a newspa
P-ranch and Catlow Valley.
that on the Ifith day of
per than to see a fat man slip on a May 1891, I h pjHihite given
church. Title, ’‘That Dog.”
l the following named per
sona deput\ stock Inspectors of Harney county.
Last week G. W Price son of Dr.
—Goto the Saloon of Richardson
John Bridge, of < rane Creek: IIarriaon Sea
of Diamond; M M. Hoga*> of Sih er Creek
—F or S ale —Three lots with a 1 Price of Chicago and a member of ! man reads it over seven or eight ward
A Lewis for the best wines Liquors
G. Blume of Emigrant Creek; George Mor
l fair business building on one, situ the Price Baking Powder Company, times, and then goes around town gan, of Drewsey.
Thos. G. D odson ,
ated in Burns on main street. The was kided while out cantping in and steals—appropriates what copies
Stock Inapeetor of Harney county.
—Some sickness in Burns.Harney price asked is low considering the Colorado. He is a somnambulist; he can. The kind-hearted family
and adjacent country. Dr. Marsden advantageous position of the lots for and was outside of the dugout they i man goes home and reads it to his
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
hereby given that the uii<li'r»lgne<t
is kept pretty busy.
business. Terms cash. For fur were staving in. When be came in, I wife and then pays up his duel to I ihb Noticelo
been appointed a<l ill I n 1st rat ri x of the < a
of Calahlll M. Caldwell, <le< v»ae<l. by the
—Frank Whiting is having an ther particulars sail on W C. Byrd he crawled on his hands and knees, man who advertises regularly and tate
county Court of llarnev county, Oregon, ami
all persona having i I hìiii » ngalnat raid calate
attack of fever, also Lutie Mace, at
are hereby notified to pregete the »ante, prop
for a bear,fired at him, striking him makes money by it, immediately erly
veritieri, na eipiiied by law, to me for al
the same house, grand child of Mrs Burns Oregon.
lowance, at Burna. Ilaruey county, state of
in the top of the head. He died in
within »lx month« from Oil» date
I words of acknowledgement;
1 Hated thia '.7th day of July. A l> IstU
—The Boot and Shoe store of about two houre.
M*av C ai . iiwki . i ..
— We are requested to announce Lunahurg and Fry keeps constant
W. Water», attorney.
that to-morrow at two o’clock p m. ly on hand a full stock of every
the street together; and the busi
at the M. E. Church, the Sunday thing in their line. A splendid as
the Grand Official Instructoi num ness man takes sugar in hin’ii and
school will reorganized.
sortment of winter wear just re bers 23 members. The following of they both eat a clove or two and "
including over-shoes, rubber- fleers were elected in the lodge: all life is sweeter, and peace, like a U. H. Ln nd Office at Burna, Oregon November
—Mr. and Mrs Anderson, who
etc. Don’t fail to call Master Workman. II A. Dillard,| gentle dove, settles down on their Notice la herebv 7. given
that th«* following
have been on a visit to their neph
noth-e of hla Intention
ews in the Drewsey country, re and price their goods before buying Foreman, P. L. Shideler, Overseer, hearts for that moment. Such is to make final proof in supjHirt of hia claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regie-
W. C. Byrd. Recorder, J. M. Vaughn, the experience of “seed” as it falls ter
turned home Thursday afternoon. I elsewhere
ano Receiver at Burna Oregon, on Derrm
her 14. 1M91. vix
latrirk Mahon H«|. No
Financier, H. M. Horton, Receiver, upon different soil.—Examiner,
I. s, for the
NW>4 NU HWk Ker. U Town. 2ft
—G. Griftin, attorney at law. W. W. Johnson, Guide, Robert I
—Al. Cote has rented the P. F.
t H. R *6 E W M
lie tiamew the follwiug witnraara to prove hla
Stenger blacksmith shop, where he has determined to locate in our Reed, Insida Watchman, W. Y. i With II. A. I), in the chair.
«‘ontlnuoua residence upon ami cultivation of
I is now holding forth making the town. His office is on the north King, Outside Watchman, 8. J. i And the Items in the rear,
aaid land, via
I water Hrnith. of Diamond
, George Mtanrllft, of Burns Or., ( harles
J. B. to deliver the grand ovation i or
I *parks fly from old plow shires, side'of the Red-Front saloon Mr. Mothershead.
Peterson and A. Venator, of Harney Or
Griffin?showed us three certificates,
The g. o. p. will make a mighty
J. B. II vntington , Rrgiater
I «agon tires etc.
written by prominent men of his for |/<-D. II Smyth left Burns this
I The papers are all saying that a mer home. San Antonio, Texas, morning for home with several hun
I »rtain Chicago lady is the best wo- speaking in high terms of his mor dred pounds of flour made at the Butthen you must know sir! Borne
I man collector in the world; but, ality and ability as a lawyer.
Burns flouring mill, and his winter The Democrats will cause
U H. Land Office at Burna Oregon November
thing to occur,
I «ily enough not one of them thinks
supply of groceries, dry goods etc.,
Notice la hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of hia intentlop
1 to explain what in the world she is H ay and P asture —Hav for sale bought of our merchants. Mr. S. To dampen the elixir
to make final proof in support of hlaciniga end
■collecting women for.—Malheur with pasture gratis Marion Bun paid the cash for hi» goods, ami is Of their fond expectations.
that said proof will tie made before the Regie
ter and Receiver at Burna Oregon, on De«. 17
a man of considerable experience 'The clerk we shall elect,
( Imrlea K. Ollhnm,
I —B II. Fine has purchased the 'S, fers to sell from 150 to 300 tona of and business tact; that is why he Anti the sheriff we exp-ct,
11. for the N‘, MF.’* F.’, gWU Her. jfi
___ a at
three dollars a ton with good bought his goods here instead of With the remaining county officers Tv Hd 2M. No
H R I E W M
standing on the bank of the pasture thrown in. The pasture is going to the railroad; knowing, that
lie names the fidlowing wit cesses to prove
hl*rontinuotta residence it| mi I i and eu thatkm
yv«r near the mill, formerly occu- sufficient without feeding any hay for cash, he could purchase his sup
«»laaid land, vis Samuel l*su«*Jey and J< »• ph
Handle«, of Diatnoiol Or , <»
II Fry and
by William Skinner. He is until deep snow. He also offers the plies in Burns at such a low figure
George Fry, of Burna Or
■«wvinc it to town to-day, ami will privelege of feeding on the premises. that the little difference of prices
J. B Hi: hti ruTog. Resister.
yace it on a iot he has recently Water plenty.
here and at the railroad would not
All owing us are requested to
wurchased near the livery stable of
pay for the trip.
_ A n advantageous proposal —
pay up at once or costs will be add- Ask Your Dealer For
In order to secure more subscribers
J D ur Kl! EI mer Co.
Price of Meat.
3 —All notesand accountsnow due and as an incontive to pay up to
the Cal Geer hardware store those in arrearages, we offer the
From and after this date the foi-
^phe paid to R. L. Sabin, As- E ast O regon H erald and the Ru lowing prices will tie charged for
For O«er Fifty Year»
Portland Oregon, Drawer No, ral Northwest a semi-monthlyjourn- meat:
----------------- , —.-------- -Mr»
Win» low*» Soot bin« syrup haa been u»e<l lor
FKATHERnONE I* m».> fra» ,E»ww>< taW
before January 1, 1892. After ai for the farmer and stock men Boiling beef 06 Shoulder Btk .07 over fifty )ear« by million»»! mother» for their ttwIII»-
oil uce a <rt»n PiughcM. arvi ilc - rtU
children while teethln«. with perfr't »ur<caa
H*“’ time all unpaid notes and ac- for 42.50. That is we offer as a Shldr boil 08 Beef roasts
10 It «.Hithe* the child, »often» the gum». »Hat«
ä ; 1rs« wä »
^Tnts will be placed in the hands premium the Rural Northwest to Corn beef
All «tylcai r» fiugg», <>.t, TraeU,
■') paiu, < ure* wind colic, »nd 1» the beet rem
06 Mut rat a stk 12* edy
for IHarrhwra la pleaeant to the t»»te
FEI TN E R B 0 N £.
|B*n attorney with instructions to cash subscribers and those in ar Rnd* Sr etk 10 Mut* vl stew 06 Bold by I>ru««l»t» In every pert of the world.
Twenty five cent» • bottle. It» value 1» lnral<-u
rearages who will pay up and one VI stk & rst 10 Pork chops 12* lable Be rure sod aak for M-l Winrlow’« ( J. C. Welcome BurnuOregon.
F. S P eet .
Soothing syrup, aud take no other kind.
H enry C aldwell .
Receiver. year in advance.
Official County Paper.