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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1894)
— The democrats of this county i —I. S. Geer and Co. have an ex-l —Garden seeds at C. H. Vœgt-
— won the state ticket with one ex celh-nt selection of garden seed.from ly’s.
Everybody k nown themselves in
WEDNESDAY JUNE 20. 1824
ception, Phil Mitcham the re- the firm of D M Ferry A Co.
— Dr. Cate is kept pretty busy
= ! publican candidate for State
debted to Lee Caldwell Jr Co. will
—No more politics Jorge ison The universal good dentistry done
please come ami settle by money
has put off his trip to go i«p salt by him has gained for the Dr. a
BA8 the largest circulation of I
or note before July 1st 1894, or mv-
1 Dr* Price’s Cream Baking Powder
¡river till the last boat goes and he lasting reputation.
any newspaper in this county .
accounts will be put in an attorn
World’» Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
is to be found at the same old place
—Vic Ottiuei will sell you bacon ey's hands for collection and cost
— A republican newspaper savs repairing watches, clocks, sewing
at 10 cents a pound, hams, shoul will be added
‘‘ti.i< congres* will do nothing b> machines and anv thing ttiat comes
ders and sides. The bacon is well I
L ee C alqwell .
restrict the worthless immigration along he also takes photographs at
cured. Leave your order at Geer
—Mrs. William Harris has been of foieigners to tins country. Ohl *4.00 per. doz . cabinet size:
<fc Go’s, store.
—William Harvey is sole agent
Lord! give us a rvst. The republi
very ill for some time.
I for the Salem Woolen
—The infant child of Mr. and cans have for30years been dumping
the very worst class of foreigners on
in this and Grant counties. Blank
Mrs. Paul Locher died yesterday.
our soil, and now comes a black re small band of gentle dairy cattle I
ets tine as silk, robes inferior te
—On last Saturday Squire Davis publican paper with the exclamation I would do well to call and see Au-tin cattle or horses, or take part pav none, overshirts and underwear a»
»nd Mr. Crawford of Harney were before stated. Gall is no name fori' Goodman for a bargain before go- ¡ in lumber. The mill is centrallv «•heap as the cheapest, socks, gloves,
1 ng elsewhere.
visitors in Burns.
I located between Bea ver Creek, S. F. mittens, overcoats, flannels by the
j su<’h audaeity.
i John Dav. Silver Creek and Big yard, cloth bv the yard, ladies dresa
_ E, H. King and James Spar-1 pr< prjce’s Cream Baking Powder
[Camp Creek ami several small 1 flannels, etc. etc. Takes measures
World’s Fair Highest Award.
row were among the visitors to our I
town in the last week.
| —The council, at a special meet-
Agents to sell our choice and har- , settlements We have to much i for men’s and youth’i s clothing,
other work. Call on or address
Call ami see him, o ilice at the
—Call on Canady and McGee at i ng yesterday quarantined the town dv Nurserv Stock. We have many!
Citv Meat market for fresh meats, [on account of the report of small new special varieties, both in fruits '
I pox in Lakeview and vicinity and ornamentals to offer, which are 1
—Get one of I. S.
bacun, bologna sausage, etc.
Indians are forbidden to enter the controlled only by us. We pay I
—Broadv Johnson Fays. “the
city limits during the quarantine commission or salary. Write us at
firm mines to give the holder
only salvation for democrats, now,
and all parties coming in from Lake I once for terms, and secure choice
tickets a fine life size Cra
in in worshiping the late elected
Dear Sir: Huntington has ad
view and California or from anv * of territory.
Portrait absolutely free of i
for shipping and sale of
M ay B rothers , Nurserymen, , vamages
' reported infected district are pro
by purchasing $20 w<
wool, no other point in Eastern
—.He Morris says that “Buck hibited from entering town.
Rochester. N V. Oregon has, naiuelv: Being the "f t
land wheeling” is fun to a looker-on I Or. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
terminus of divisions, the point to is
but a tiresome reality to the one
which all rates are made east or ntn
Most Perfect Made.
west bound. We get same to Bos-I.^n
doing the wheeling
— Doag Baker, a resident of Sil- * M arried —At the spacious resi- ton and east as do all points east to
—There is no real danger of small yer Creek, recently returned from ideuce of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Ce di Caldwelland lower rates t<> Portland °’
pox here but it is much better to California where he was several on Monday evening June 4th , at and San Francisco than the points I
guard against a scourge than to get months selling horses taken from 16:30 o'clock, Charles Lillard end I east of us: Our rate to Boston i« 1
rid of one. Next week circuit I here bv him. He reports the horse iMissGracie Bedell were united in $1 90. Wegetsame rates to Port-
court convenes and we want all who market in that section very poot I marriage. This event attracted no land and San Francisco as does ‘ 1
Baker Citv and a lower
have business here to feel safe in ¡ndee<l He visited the San Fran I little attention because of the prom than
com’ng, hence the action of •J“ I cisco Fair and was very much inency of the contracting parties,
The above are facts, no town can
pleased with the exhibits, and ami the universal esteem end res equal our advantages Io” shipping
pect of thia community for them. or selling Advances made—haul
—In the issue of June 6th in further stated that many thousand
, Mr. Lillard is a young man of tug charges paid — wool insured
publishing a land decision in the idle vagrants attracted to that city
sterling worth and weilus a great immediately. Send your wool in
case of E D. Newsome it reads by the fair, would, when the fair influence in our midst. His bride our care.
O. C. Co
“the land has been open for settle closed, be ca«t upon the surround |
is a very charming ami accomplish*!
ment since May 30th 1893.” It ing community to beg, steal, or ed ladv an«l a member of one of our
j i herwise obtain a livelihood. He
should be 1884 instead of 1893
also pas ed, while coming home, leading families.
—The Telegram, Sunday Wel
was entirely a family affair Tln-
many families traveling in this di
come and Tomaha vk, are loud and i
commodious apartments being
Land Oilice, B urns Ore.
rection seeking homes and hoping
bitter in condemnation, of the ways
beautifully decorated by Mrs C«eil.
May 29 1894
| o better their condition.
No ice is hereby given that James
and means resorted to, by the re
They were married in ‘lie parlor
—The Sundav Welcome of June under the arching of the wimiow. F. Mahon has filed notice of in
publican party in procuring votes
‘i tion to make final proof befon
at the recent election in Portland the 9th. has the following: The. Squire J A. Williams pronounced '• Register
ami R -eeivrr at his office
election in 1891. which the morning | the beautiful ceremony that mad< a Burns Ore , on Friday the 6th
—The Welcome savs, “the elec
dailv Criticised with such scathing them man and wife, utter
tucit I <ta v of Julv, 1894. on timber cult lire
tion on the 4th. was simply a farce |
rebuke, was clean and decent com congratulations followed thick ami apL>licaimn No. 168. for the SWj
il A il k I h , n g r
The counting is what finally did |
pared to the election last Monday. fast. The gues’.rthen partook > I one N'EJ. A 1 S|<,J. SEj SEj of section
the business. The bribing and re |
The laws then in force were not vi- (of the most delicious ami bountiful No 14. in Township No. 22 8
pealing were scarcely sufficient toi
Range No, 32| E
.olated so shamefullv and out- I repasts in the form of a supper pos
He names as witnesses: J. W.
fave «onie of the republicans, I
th,. ' rag»^»usly as the present laws were sible to provide. The writer ex <'urtis. James Pirie, Smith Good
the partisan count completed the
in the recent contest. Yet the (ends congratulations and wishes ► peed, Joseph Rector, all of Harm \
political r»Pe, and mad« the ,t«al|‘n ””
T homas J ones .
’same paper now rejoices, and ridi | the happy couple no cares greater Dre.
jCules any complaint. It should • than little ones
—Grant, a town of 200 inhabi have been a very large sum that ef
tants, 23 miles east of The Dalles, fected such a change-
FOURTH OF J ULY.
in Sherman county, was almost
Attention Troop A.
I.AND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
entirely swept away by the Colunt-
Pursuant to call, the citizens of Notieelx here,, M»v
given that the following
h’a on the 13th of thia month.
I named •ettier lias flkd
ni*ti« e of hie inteniioi
1 Members of this troop w’ll report j Burns met at the M. E. church to to in «Ice It < «1 p <>of in Riipiiort
<if hi» claim, and
The greatest loss is a *75,000 dis
before i he Regimer
and Receiver at III) ma Oregon, on June .1 co
V.» El.WARI. 1 . OLIVRK.
the Armory by 9 o’clock a. m. 1 the 4th of July.
H't N;>. .<>-0 for the NJ» SW‘4 and HJi NW1,
—Mrs. Goodman returned sever July 4th prox
'JXS. R. bl E.
Meeting organized bv electing J. _ lie k'Tp.
iiHiii. M the following wltneaae» to prove
al days since from quite an extend i
A. W. G owan .
chairman and Jno. <>i !f" hh ‘¡¡['
up”" -,.• a.
I'1 lurid, viz J.
A. i.iiRAc, and Win.
Jr., all of Narrows
fd visit in Baker county to friends
Capt/E. Roberts secretary.
and relatives Inadvertently we'
THOMAS JONES, Regfater.
The matter of celebrating was
• ! ’
neglected mentioning her return in
' favorably discussed by Messrs.
Statement Organ Fund.
the issue of last week, but it is not
N Brown, II E Thomppon, P L
too late to welcome her back home. Rec’d from Mrs. Harkey * 59.00 Shideler and others
H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26. ’94.
I he “Oregon Commercial Co.,”
Upon motion the chairman ap
“ “ By id & others
The republicans are jubilant
over the republican victory in this
•täte. / And ‘ declare
Finance P L Shideler, H K
the next presi-
dential election will
.........j a republic-
'General Arrangements A C Worth Moneys, Accounts, Bills Receivable.
an land slide Don’t crow before i Freight
ington, Jno E Roberts, A W Gowan, Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, Wood,
you pass over the bridge, bovs. Interest
T D Harris. an«l Dr W L Marsden Farming Implements, Warehouse
there is many a slip between cup
Programme I) L Grace, Tbos j anil Real Estate. And assumed all
debts and liabilities of said “Oregon
Jones ami Wm Miller.
—James Buckland arrived in Balance
Committee on General Arrange- ( Construction Co.,” and have Incor
our town Saturday morning on a
M. N. F egtly .
ments was instructed to meet Sun- I porated with *50,000. Capital
wheel-f>arrow propelled by Joe
day evening ami appoint sub com stock fully paid in. The officers
Both the gentleman are
«rcretary of the F.lkbart Can-iane mittees, and committees on Finance are-
r**idents of Harney 14 miles East Mid rh- Harness
Mfs. < «•. <>f tlxhart, Ind.,
R .Vf. S teel , President.
of this place. Joe was paying a infornv us that their uric«-s will in- lower and Programme to report Wednes I t
,or 1*M than ever. He wishes us to a-K day evening.
J. 11. A itkin , Vice Pres.
*aXpr made on the office of County nir readers not to purchase anythin« in
G eo . A S teel , Secy.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Jodge, the loser to wheel his sue- narnesa until they have sent 4 cents in
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
J no . E R oberts ,
J. worn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
c*i*ful competitor from Harnev to rataloffur. We advi-r the readers of this
burns on a wheel-borrow.
tutper to remember bis suggestiou.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.