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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1894)
VOL. V I I
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON. JULY IS 1894.
Couuty Court Proceedings.
” As old as
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ‘
. • courfc
r at its last ses-
never excell I The’eountv
ed. “Tried sion, approved the lends of the
and proven ’’ officers. Money- was »pportio ed
P ublishers and P roprietors . !
kREGUI,ATOR is the verdict to different road districts for lhe
o f inillion-t. improvement of roads
S i m in o n 8
fur assessment of county extend d
............. ............... L00
lator is t h-Y to the first Monday in next October.
H erald club list -
The county clerk was aulluriztd
only Live >»• 1
gerald and Harper’s Magazine.............
for sealed proposals for |
an I Kidney
Herald and Harper’s Weekly
Herald and Harper’s Bazar
ineulicine to keeping the county poor, and for
Herald and Hari>er's Young People
Ssrald and Alden’s Mauifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
which J v o u
30 cords of wood. Our land office
sa.-b additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
can p n you.' ' register. Thon. Jones was niv«>n a
lu cents extra ner volume, postage.
faith for a I contract to expert the book” of the
f^-Copiesof all the above works can be ex
,Jiued at leisure in the Reading Room
I have two littie grand ehildrei a bottle of Chamberlin's Colic,
county offices, and report at lhe
who are teething this hot summe- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Publishers of periodical* are solicited
t ve, a n >1 September term, For this work he
u» send clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
aid are troubled witl and gave him three doses which
tat Free Reading Room — W e file and bibd the
pilrelv v«4- is allowed 1475 An order given
latter at close of every half-volume, end r>v tl
I give them relieved him and be tinks Raved
jopies bv advertisement.
et kble, act to collect delinquent taxes Bills bowel eomulaint.
Cholera and hia life. Every family should keep
in’■ directly allowed amounted tn 14 477.85.
<>a the Liver Clerk and Sheriff’ each allowed 1 Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts lik thie remedy in their home at all
1 wk i 2 wk j 1 mu |»-mo j 6 mo j 1 yr
limes. No one can tell how aoon it
$1125 for deputies, 1400 was ad ia charm. I earnestly recommend
Is 'to (11 00 115.00
fl 50 $2.50
nevi. Try it.
I it-for children wit h bowel troubles may be needed.. It coale but a trifi*
4 DO 0 50 12 u3
Sold' bv all vanced on the court house contract I wan myself taken with a seven and may be the meana of Having
3.50 5.00 8 00 15 00
I 4 50
6 00 10.00 20 00
Mr. Kellogg authorized to sink
Driitj^ists in T/quid. «>r in P ^v le:
6 00 » 00 15.00 28 00
.attack of bloodv flux, with cramps much aiifleringaiid perhaps the lift
80.00 1-20 00
12 #0 16. U0 28 00 48 00
•> be taken dr or m.x le iiito.k tea.
20 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 110 00 140.00
and pain« ii. my stomach,one-tbird of some member of the family.
‘ I h:iv«--?
i ? v . i |“
of a bottle of this remedy cur* d m». 25 and oil cent Lotties for vale uy
ifit.ili i i t oi.'ifit’Drh»»
H untington . Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94. • Wi tl in twenty four hours I was II. M. Horton.
• H \
• ( i f! ’
tl every description executed with neatness
The “Oregon Commercial Co,” out of bed and doing my house
. '' .•'tlHi, h
tnd despatch, at reasonable rate*.
have this day bought the entire Work. Mrs. W. L Dunagan, Bon
Note Heads, Cards, Tie nets,
business of the ‘Oregon Construe’ aqua, Hickman Co, Tenn.
Memoranda. invitations. Dodgers, Etc.
tion Co.” of this place including sale by 11. M. Horton.
T hi H skald is kept regularly on tile for re
ference, in the <.eo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
Moneys, Accounts, Bills» Receivable,
vertising Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Merchandise, Lumber, Coal. Wood,
Are just wbat •rery
Farming Implements, Warehouse
►ower need«. '1 be iner
While In Topeka last March. E
iti* of kr
—W. E. Grace is in town this .and Real Estate. And assumed all T. Barber, a prominent ne- spa per
hn in the tounüMtioD up*
on ulitcli lin« Let ii Lullt the
larKent ©eed L usi nr*© In the world.
debts and liabilities of said “Oregon man of La Cygne, Kan., wa taken
Ferry’s Sett Aanaal far ISM
contain* tire num und aubaianoe of
—Isaac Foster came in to our Construction Co.,” and have Incor with choler morbus very severely.
the latest fui ruing know lads«. Fia»
Tice 'retideut. ..........
fur the asking.
fee retar y uf State
stayed porated with ♦50,000. Capital Die night clerk at the hotel where
q Gresham 1 town on last Sunday and
D. M. FERRY * CO
Iseretsry of Treasury
John G. Carlisle
stock fully paid in. The officers he was stopping happened to have
locretary of Interior
Hoke Smith I over night.
Iserstary of War
Daniel 8. laroout
.. Hilary A. Herbert
—Our town authorities are going
Secretary of Agricullnre
J. Sterling Morton
R. M. S teel , President.
Ricuaru 8, Olney
Wilson 8 Bissell to have several wells dug at con
J. H. A itkin , Vice Pres.
STATE— OREGON :
venient points for emergency cases
Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
J » Do'ph
And we are also informed
J. H.Mitchell. of fire.
Oregon Commercial Co., per J.
I Binger Hermann steps will immediately taken to or
I. J kwitt , P roprietor .
........ t W. R. Ellis
.1 »r”’ Mt
D.8y I vester Pennoyer ganize a fire company and equips
Mcretary of State
K Geo. W. McBride
Fbil. Metschan. it.
Arrives and Departs daily, except Sunday.
lapt. Publie Instruction
J. B. McElroy
W. C. BYRD & SON.
. K. 8. Bean.
[ Wm. I’. Lord
> F. A. Moore
SIXTH JUNKTAL district :
M. D CLirroRD
district Attorney ............ D
C has . F. H yde
A. W. Cowan
.(D) H enry B lackman
COUNTY—HAHN KT :
W m . M iller
....(©)......... P, L. 8hideler
J. H. Neal
8. W Miller
C mà R.NBW b I.1.
W m . A ltnow
R. 8 its
< j . s . land ornea:
....... J- B- H ontinoton
..H arrison K elley
•YLV A REBEKA H Degree No. 43.
*««t*»very lat sad M Wednesday.
Alice E. King, N.O.
K May Worthington. Rec. Sec’y
A. O. U. W. Hurns Lodge. No <7
■•et*every 2d and 4th Thursday*
W R «radon, M W
J W Sayer, Rec’d
■ I’MNO r U HONOR Lodge, No. »
*^l»«rer» 2d and 4th Monday.
Mull Young Co* H
M HARSRY LODGI,
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R abvey eo«T
C. Byrd. Mcy.
4S. «. a . a.
J’LV1 M w Clin cada y of «ach
i".,A?, f,’ *H»w’ Hall. All Con« rad*
Ü. I. MATI4L
ioirs — vali :
Vtrtvesand ¿apart* daily,
* ret.... •••■•—«A»v*"C»TT:
*sa*4 Departs daily, * icept Ruadwy
—We are requested by the Mayor
of Burna to invite and earnestly re (
quest a full attendance of the citi- •
zens of Burns at the next regular
meeting of the town council, which
will be next Friday evening at 7 I
o’clock. Tiie object is to have a»
general discussion regarding the
best inode or steps to be taken for
protection of property from the
ravages of fire
—We received a letter last Mon
day dated June 29th., ii*m Walter
i Jones once a resident of Harney
county. He was at that time at
Spokane Falls, but expected ta
start in a few days to British Col-
enough money to bring him back to
I Harney, and ends his letter by a
p. a declaring “Harney Valiev a
paradibe co.npared with that upper
— Messrs. Frank Jordan and M.
N. Fegtly left Monday morning for
Drewsey. with the intention of
working on the mill building that
Mr. Porter i. hari»» built T b
| Harrig O|ie of our Burns carpenters
ia already there, having gone sever
al days since. Mr. Porter, although,
he expects to make money out of
the enterprise, still we look upon
him as a benefactor to the people of
our county, and as such has the
warmest regards of our people, and
earnest wishes for hie success.
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
New Billiard Table
Y ber» ars »'ngls «risii atoa stores I* our Ian.-»
rilles ablrh «eli 2.000 pairs of shoe* s day,making
s mi profit of <230,000 a year. Wsscll oboe* lor..
but w* aril s »-eat many pairs, ths clear profit on
our ladite', ml «ara* sod children*’ abosa la st I a- ’.
I -n ernt* a pair, and os our mens’ and boys’ rbor.i
i > seats a pair. Usatali establish shoe *tor< • I
< ach of the fifty largest eitle* of tbs U. B., *:.d I
I hey M-ll only 3u0 pair* of shoe* a day thiy souk!
cam S .25, uó * yesr. W* should bs all* to pay n
•■irly di vidend of
aahare, ororsr 50 per e<r I
\ ' car on the Invaimeli. We *<!l Ilio stock at f ■
i share. The prier «nu>t Inevitably ••« much mor
han t ha share. Ne a:™ k h ia exer been sold rt
ra than this price, «hieb I* La par value. St rk
on-asscasal.k. Incorporated, <. aplul Sl.Ofhi.o
We haie oiirl.i »J atue!.h< hier«,and lb*autnl<r
I « lacreas!n4<U<:y. borne of tho prlaalpal stori.
X >:jcr* arc : T S. Wa. ». : V : I. 1 Tonre, D. >i< • ¡
W. W. Johnson.
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Writ* for a prospectus containing the names <>f
our stockholders, eta., or saed nn
for •to’.k ,
rec 'orea; eoaAivr*« rAac*. reaA <r morry < r-’rr.'
ilrdrra taken for one er more abares Priée, 01«
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