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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1893)
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-We have but five na«iu’H
ILirnev Coiiiny s< hooj !• e. hern
our Mil ser.piioii list.
WI R b'UTÜRll
—School books arid sti«t uie.a ry
cheap for cash, nt thi H.-i’i vaie
store of C. II. Voegtlv.
ha s F* Q ü a
i T r- e -
—Burns will have a christ mis Ii
tree. The program has not yet
been sent to this office, probably ;
the committc«* thought best not to
publish any program or th«* stere- j
tary is negligent in performing his j
—The t€iich»r’s institute, now in
session here, is quite a success.
—Jorgensen has the finest lot of
entertainments given last eve
Christmas goods in town Go and ning and the evening before were
see for your self.
very interesting, consisting of reci
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13.181*8.
—H. M. Horton hrs a fine se tatiens, essays, discussions, music,
lection of holiday goods, consisting I etc. In our next issue we will en
8A8 the largest circulation of of everything attractive, useful and I deavor to give a statement in de
any newspaper IN this county .
tails of the proceedings.
—W. E. Grace, druggist li ft here
yesterday for Baker City which he
will make his future home haying
bought into a drug business in
that town. Hie drug store here
is now closed,
TS IN YOCll OWN HAN1>.
T*nhnl»tri aasuinc- to tell what the lines In yenu
hand indicate. It wilt amuse you, if noihmg umra.
The above uiagra -i u nmet explains itself. The
ieiielli of the LiNK Ob’ IJEK indicates prvhiible
•an to winch you will lire. Each BRACELET
«i-.es you ihlriy year.«. We'l matkeii LINK v»h*
BlCkli denote» i-raiu power; citar LINK OF
FORTUNE fume or ri. lies Both combinati mean
nice, -s in life; but you must keep no uiih mod, rts
idea- tonili it. You wi.i find plenty of Illese in
more t's Family Magatine, so «tiracllvely pie-
»enie.i iluit every inetn'>er of the family I» enter-
t i le.I li s » dur n mugiizm. s in .-lie A CLEAR
1.1 si" Ol-' HKAICI* i>e*p<aks tendeitiecs: a straight
1.1 Ni; OF FATK. peaceful life; lhe rev e sc if
\ well defined LINK OF HEALTH
•puro» you doctor»* l>"’< ; ao will the limitn him«
io De more».*«. No it er magnzli e pi.L'.l-he« so
m III. stories to Interest the home circle. \ou wilt
b" subject to extremes of high spirit* or despond-
ene> If you hive lhe GIRDLE OF VE' I S welt
marked keep up your spirits by having l>en.on*«i*«
kla jiiKine io read lly siib.i ribii g to it for 1891
you will r.-en ve a gallery of exquisite works of art
nf .-reat value, bealdes the sn|x-rb pn-mluiu picture.
17x21 Inches, •• I'm a Daisy I” whicu is almost a real
baity, and eqn I to the original oil painting which
cost ct xi. and yon w ill bav. a niagaxiue that cannot
.H* equaled by any in tho woilu for it» Iwiinifiil
-llustnition« ani subject matter, flat will ke p
you posteti on all the topic« of Hie day, ai d all the
fads, and different items of interest «bent the
hou-elmld. btwiileo film -bin.’ Interesting reading
matter, boto gravo »nd gay. for the whole family ;
ami while Demorest'« i- not u fashion n agarin»,
Its fashion pag ■» »re i-eifect, •' d you get w ith it,
free of cost, nil th« pattern- you wi-h to use dm
the year, and in any size you ch« ose. s< mi io
y our subai-r'ptlon nt «'i ce. oti'y >'.* IM>. and you will
r -ally get over » as O» in v .me A.'dn-»« tn«* pub-
ll«her. W. Jennings Demorest, lò East Itili 8t.,
If von «re unacquainted with the
Mnraz.lne »««id forn “pi-cinieiicopy A largi-QU SD
RS NtlLE means honestv : a l»n*« TRI ANGLE,
gonerositv Ion.’Filisi* DIVISION OK THUMB,
strongwill; LONG SECOND DIVISION, reason
In -faen'tv. The MOUNT OF JUPITER betoken«
ambit on ; that of S VI’URN, pnid'-tice ; tliesl'N,
1 ve of-plemlor : M s US «sun a -e; MOON, Imagine-
t on • VENUS, love of pleasure «ml MERCURY.
In'.-lii -e-ice. T ike our iniih e an above aw«i v«w
at" 'rasure tn posses» the Iasi aud most valila bi*
—Some tmiall bovs, who occ.ipv
T p FISHER. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
the back seat at entertanincnts. In
L. Agent 21 Merchant«* Exchange. Ban Fraii-
their conduct are laving the foun
aiieo, iaour authorized agent. Thia paper ta
kept on file in his office.
dation for future fame as hood
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luma, and the young men who as I I
sist. suuported by some of the older
—Our old friend G. C. Duncan ones, setting the example for tie1 — William Harvey is ....... „. ...
is some place in this county * visit- boys, we presume are past redemp for tile Salem Woolen Mill Ston
—We have Prairie City flour
ing friends just where we do I not tion and knowing that to be the in this and Giant counties Blank
know. • We presume he will show case glory in leading children into els fine as silk, robes inferior t«
none, overshirts and undent ear a-
—Teachers institute this week.
upin Burns one of these days ere | the slough of immorality and ill
I manners thev have so long wallow I cheap as the cheapest, socks, gloves
— Candidates are not showing up long.
mittens, overcoats, flannels by th'
"worth a cent ”
—The drill in the artesian well ed in themselves.
| van!, cloth bv lhe yard, ladies dress
—Mrs. Ollie Robinison is still a struck flowing water Saturday
flannels, etc etc. Takes measures
sufferer from la-grippe.
for mtn’s and youth’s clothing
Coni niunicat ion.
hut the flow not having lhe fore»
and see him, office at 1’ h
—Geo. Williams of Silver Creek
.Mr. Kellogg thought it should have,
I loti 1.
was in town one day last week.
P lush L ake , Ore , Nov. 26 93 I
he is going deeper, believing if he
—Th> J military ball supper will
—The work on the Red Front succeeds in striking another strata
E d . H erald : Not having heard
given by Mrs Buckland. Mrs
livery stable is about completed.
of water the force will be much from my last cominunicatiou. I wil
write again, believing the f inner L Buckland? cuisine ability is well
—J.T.Ware of the Narrows neigh greater.
known consequently we know the
borhood was in town on Monday.
—Tony Noltner, editor of the] have found its way to the wash -upper will be a success.
—Isaac Foster was in town two Dispatch, sued a delinquent sub I
■ few day», mid you will hr »turtled ill the -m« x
It is very cold and stormy here
scriber, a short lime since, and got
peeled »ucce»» Unit will rewind your effort» *A’v
or three bays in the last week.
Kidtivnly have lhe he«i buvim-»« to otter mi ag. I
that ean be fuund on the face of this ri.'ih.
judgment for the amount of his at this time, with S inches of snow
SI.VOO priiilt «il B<3 Oil Will-Ill of biikim«-« ia
—Joe Williams of Silver Creek,
easily ami hunurubly Inaile by and paid >«
claim. It cost the delinquent six on Warner mountain and raining
liundri-d« <if men. women, boy», and girls tn our
moyed to town last Saturday.
employ. Vim can malie mousy faatei ut woik to?
teen years subscription trying to hard in the valley
us 'limi roil liuve anv idea of. Tile bualueas is no
B orn —To the wife ofJoe Williams beat the editor of the paper out of
easy tn learn, ami iiiitruction« so simple and plain,
Parties here not supplied with
Unit all »mwed from the start. Thine who tal.u
a daughter on the morning of the one
hold of th« hiiaiue » reap lhe advantage "it
C. Il Vœgtly.
their winter provisions, wil) have a
arise» from til« »mind reputation of one of the
oldest, most «ucwaxfnl, mid largest ¡mhl!«hing
—Th# husband of Mrs. McGee’s tough time of it getting out of here
iimiws In Aiiu-rlcn. Seenre for yourself the pro .ta
tlmt the busincaaao rendile and liandaonieh > Ir-lda.
—Messrs A. W. Gown and Chas. step daughter, was shot and killed after supplies on account of the
All beginner» »nccwl grandly. «nd mori than
realiie their greatest experlationa. Those v no
Newell, returned from Portland last a short time since, in Texas, the condition of the road«, many have P*1NAJ. l’ROUF.
rev ft flint exactly as we tell them. ThereI» plenty
of* room for a few more workers, nnd we urge
former home of Mrs. McGee. He I not sufficient especially the Hart U.S L ini » Orri. e, rtt Bum« Oregon, Nov 14 thi-ni to twgin at once. If you Hie alrea :v rm
piovili, tint have a few »pare momenti, an i wish
Notici in he««i>i given that thè follon i ni- to use them to advantage, then write us at ime»
—Tom Stephens after an absence was a Justice of the peace and his Ranche.
tiained «ettler hnehlecl notici* olili» Intentloi itnr this is your grand opportunity), and reeelv«
particular« by return mail. Addriua,
Shorty and Al McDowell started o multe linai uiooi in «upporl of hi« « laltn uni full TRUK
of several weeks returned home, on murderer had some spite against
A CO.. Bill No. 400. Anguata, M<>
hai Mini proci .vi:) he i.mle beforethe Regi»
Thursday after wood for the ranche •erand RceeUer. al IHirni. Oregon, on Dee
| him which terminated as stated.
21 ibUS, vii: AlKONIHIl V.M i -C a RTV,
88. fortbe si sWU A NW‘. MfU A
—Prof. Hoseason’s comic song in 1 T elegram of thf 5 th —John E and have just returned after an ab SW liti ‘4 No
HE1, set- .7 T 24 s It 3Ì K
Ile umile« th« lollowlhg witm«aea io prove
the institute, last evening, was very Roberts was indicted for sending
hi« < «mi iniiou« reilden« e upon nud;i ultly atlui
Slmrtv met with an accident io » of,
«itici lumi, viz j<i«eph Barile«, c)«ud McGee
M. J. Mofheithenci «nd John Bue banali, all ol
This is for an article which appear stooping down beside one of his Bum« Ore.
Or. Price*« Cream baking Powder
—Mrs. .T. B. Huntingtion had a
J. li. ilURTisoToa, Regiater
World*« Fair lllgheat Award.
ed in the Harney Times of June 17, team mules to pick tip a brake
very severe attack of cramps,caused
1893, anu was mailed in the post
by indigestion, on Sunday nignt.
office at Harney, Harney county, face making » cut reaching two
inches from the corner of the eye
—The P. L. S. Co. have reduced Or.
about 4 inch in depth,
the wages of their employes in this
—We are informed by I’. L. asked if it hurt him much,
section of country about 30 per
Shideler, that our old friend Sylves plied that be did not think
ter Smith, once a resident of Happy sorer than the mule’s bead.
—Geo Standi ft moved his family Valiev, this county but now living
last week, back to his old ranche at Wolf Creek Oregon, has taken j Long John has recovered from |
on the river a short distance above unto himself a better half. Wecer-, his fright, caused by being shot Ht
tainlyjoin, with all his friends, in in Lakeview a short time since.
John objected to a nan singing
—We were informed, last eve our congratulations, wishing the ••Will vou love me when I’m old,”
ning that Mr. John Luce will speak union to be one of unalloyed happi and the man cut loose at him with
ness and prosperity.
here on the evening of the 14th.
a 22 pistol, John was badly fright-
—Sheriff Gittings returned last I ened but not hurt
—The ladies of the Honor Lodge
will give the A. O. U. W. members
Frank Cline has recovered from I
sume our readers know his business
Given by Troop Af O N G
a feast and entertainment of some
his late misfortune of having his
nature in a short time.
knee dislocated. Charlay Wilson,
Committee on A rangements.
I in the confines of the lunatic Asy
S. E. Joy.
Geo. 8. Sizemore.
—“The old woman who lived in lum James Bridges who some time
her shoe” was very well rendered ago was adjudged insane by the ankle
The Plushited will give a social
last evening, in the institute, bv a proper authorities constituted for
little girl, we understood her name that purpose. The sheriff informs bop on the 30th inst. Shorty will
to be, Miss George.
us that James was somewhat I e missed as we expected him pres I
troublesome while on the way am. ent with »gallon of’cologne water.”
P. F. Stenger.
F. W. McClintock.
J. C. Woolsy.
—Cr.<ne Creek was well repre- he feared be would turn him over
La grippe is raging in Lakeview
sented in Burns last week among to the keepers of that institution an<l Warner, but no serious cases
•hoin were the following: Ed instead of allowing himself to go
M ors A non .
Stauffer. Chas. Peterson, V.",
William . into confinement and straight
Prompter W. H. Caldwell.
Blattner. and A Venator and wife. jackets.