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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1894)
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that they should take advantage of
—To all subscriber« of the E O
“Bl. ssed be the tie that binds,
=== J h'8 offer and send him the money H erai . d > and those in arrears, who '.
Our hearts in Christian love.
will p.iy up and renew, we will send The fellowship of kindred minds. y|)l)r|,^ay ’................. ß«j
WIDNISDAY SEPTEMBER 5 ISM
Weeklv New York World free
,Is like to that above
, ' Friclav ......................
—The foot Race between Jake [the
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF Welcome and Bruss Byrd was won for s;x months.
For reliable News
Afiy NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
by the former.
there is no better paper than the i„foriMn ua that the crickets are
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| nut so destructive as in other years.
—James Gittings is quite ill this
—Please do not forg *t that
Clayton Harris passed through
—Get one of I. S Geer A Co’s,
Jorgenson has the best lot of sper: our neighborhtRai this week with a premium purchase tickets. Thia
—Judge Rutherford is here at
__A1 Sutherland is in town tending probate and countv court taeles, eye-glasseses. gold pins and load of freight for Mr. Worthington. firm agrees to give the holder of
holders and magic pencils, etc., etc.
A sojourner informs us that the such tickets a fine life sise Crayon
—Since the weather has turned
times in California are extrenielv Portrait absolutely free of anv
—We have an invitation to at- I cooler sickness is disappearing, still
dull, and that some parts of that charge. I»v purchasing $20 worth
tend the Oregon State Fair at! there is mine sickness, rno-tlv i’ con
completel' of good» for cash ni their store. It
' R l.«z»i
T t K
_ _1 a to children.
1 • 1 I
country is almost
Sept. 1 17th.
illness of two weeks. Grateful |,lrollthe,| out. Hay 3.5 and 40 is not necessary »hat the whole
—The many friends of Lytle
—Mrs. James Moore’s baby has thanks are hereby V expressed to the
And i<> mrtuv in amount should be purchased at one
Howard are pleased to welcome been very sick hut is now improv I many friei ds who were so constant
stances, as vs he. men s«dd their tilin', but hih amount from 5 cents
birn again in our midst.
Also Mrs. George Fry’s and helpful during this severe1 entire herds of cattle tor the low to $20 as explained upon the tick-
1 sum "I »5 ets per h »m t«i siv eta.
—Dr. McPheeters moved on to baby, but it is getting better.
the property, last Monday, he
—Peter Stenger returnert several I L ots of H oppers —Tom Gilmore ! starvation oi ih*ir bands.
—K. A Mathews, who is now
bought of Prof. Newell.
idavs since from hi.« trip east
and proprietor of our meat
sold in I’he country across the Columbia. |
D ied —The infant chila of Mr.
'-•«•«' "f every oom- market, was raised in the business
ami Mra H. A. Dillard, lastThurs- the state of Virginia and made That in the foothills the leaveF Imunity to see their neighbor or and proposes k ■ , ng a first class
pretty fair sales
have nil been eaten off the oak tri rs neighbors drawing the ox tr<»m the market in every respect and being
day evening at 6 o’clock p in.
that the corn has been stripp’d pit than to reap and thresh their • bor<.ughh familiar with the bus
—Mrs. J. W. Buchanan
—The foot race between Joe
iness out. needs the patronage nnd
Sewell and Fred Dewitt, of the resident of our countv. but now of un»’l nothing but the hare sti ck** grain on the Holy Sabbath day.
»urageinent of our citizens to
Baker Citv, is in town this week
Narrows was won bv the latter.
He that labors faithfully six days
' visiting friends. Her many friends been roblwd of their foliage the on ' and te-ts the seventh, will, in a have a market our town ami its
—Mrs George Tregaskis was
ly thing not eaten being the bushes
proprietor will be proud of
here were very glad to greet her.
U.1 •• en 1 i me. accomplish more than
immersed in Silviea river last Sun
and the nuts, the latter of which!
—D ied —Mrs. A. J. Wilson, who have had their busk« eaten and on ' if' he were to labor without inter
day aftermon, by Rev. Richmond.
1-«’<> i! rug the whole period,
After the first Monday in Septem
has been an invalid for several I ly the hardness of the shell saved
—Winnie Gowan is again on his j
years, died at her home < n Poison them It is fortunate that they Ihe institution of the Christian her 1X94, all tax collections will be
'•pegs” but uses a cane to favor . •’
The county aalhorities
Creek last Thursday morning came too late to tackle the grain Sabbath is exactly adapted to the forced.
the knee lately ojierated upon by :
verv lenient and now the
1 Her remains were interred in the
organism < f human natur»«. Like last call is made Save coat l»y
Dr. Marsden. In a few days he
’the recurrence of balmy might, it making pay nent at once. The
Burns cemetery on the following I
will be able to dispense with the
, | frees the mind fro.11 enervating Sheriff has no discretion in the
I a >« t —Between II C Levens
cares, disenthralls the body from matter ami must comply with the
—A. C Worthington received a | gate going into the pasture south of.
—Photographer Boyle is taking1
servile labor and prepare it for rs law.
supply of candies, notions, etc., k ’he race track, arm th»« gift« g<>i> g
A. G ittings .
first class pictures. Do not forget
1 turning efforts.
day or two toace. He has the best into section 31 [on the west side, s
when betting on horBe races th-it
Ruma July 17. 1X94
»election of novels ever brought to breast pin containing th" picture <»f• The Sabbath meets toiling man
you want a good photograph of
this town, from the verv best auth*' Mr. Caldwell father of Mrs. Stenger. | «nd exacts re«t. The plow must
yourself and family or for your
ors, nothing of the cheap “John”'The finder will confer a great favor stand still in the field, the hammer
style, and trashy, still the books | tupon
upon Mrs. Stenger bv leaving ihe must lie silent on the anvil, the LANG OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON,
Aug. k< >* h
—Congress has adjourned, and it are verv cheap, considering the' pin at the H erald Office or by r»* I num ami din of machinery must No'lie 1« herehy given that 'he folliiwinK-
n»in»«<1 wilier hsi" flk'l imtii S <>f hi« Intention
'cease, the roar of the locomotive io
is generally conceded hy advocates standard.
turning it to Mrs. Stenger
inn Io* ttsnl |>*<H.f In tupporl of h r claim, and
proof will I«» inn.'e before ■ he Keglaier
| must be silenced,the merchant lock anil Raid
of reform that the Wilson tariff hill i
Receivers! Burna.• ireiton, on
t. *,4, im »4
—J F. Boyle, photographer, re
—Chairman Wilson has expressed
.1 *MIW A sokrhos .
up hib store, the judge descend from vie:
ie, at least, a move in the right di-'
himself as follows, regarding tarifl piests us to state that he will re
N>, N W% ami SK'4 NW, See. 14 Tp 111 8 R.
the bench, the politician leave the o«»*
rrction and quite an improvement
reform: “The outlook for genuine main at Burns until «Sept. 9th..
He name» the foil lowing witncMee
------- to prove
on the McKinley tariff law.
tariff reform is very bright. W< positiv«*ly no longer, A ra re o|
h ■ continuous reei<le>'<*e U|»*«n tm oil! I vn't*«»
—Abraham Lincoln was the tall have taken the fi st step and that lurtunity is presented to all wh< ■ I stillness prevails in the hamlet, the Thompson,
vlx n rharlce
”•»<»•’** "• e . M«.ifatt
of ,, Hurns
• iregoii. Anderson, and H.
village and the city.
THOMAS JON FF, fesser.
est president, measuring 6 feet 4 in
always the hardest, and, having have not already supplied them
Whenever the Sabbath bt 11 is
in length. Benjiman Harrison was jone that mUch and done it i»erfect •elves with samples of bis excellent
the shortest. The oldest - at . the
]y, it will be easy to proceed to the I work. Remember the date ami his heard it check* tie rush of tart h's
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
time of inaugeration, William fu]| realization of tariff reform.
Hr guarantees to please even th« I world, and cites them to the sanctu-
Henry Harrisoti, and the youngest
—Quite a number of both sexes
( ary audio bow in the presence of
r.estdent Grant, he was not quite
are in town this week, attending
i the Lord their maker. The eager
4i years old.
our races from every section of th» |
I mind is forced 1o pause amid its
—Chas. Newell editor of the county. We would like to give as |
O regon district .
Selfish plan« of pleasure and frantic
Items and county school superin far as possible names ami residence
J S Anderson, of Union, presiding I scehines of wealth anti aggrandize*
tendent, has moved to Harney, of the visitors but want of space
ment and is made to think of death
where he will take charge of that forbids. Harney is represented, th« I
i and judgement, of God and his
• Baker City, 0 A «Smith.
school and continue the publica Lake country and Blhzen also’
C. H. W.
to be «nippli» d by Frank commandments.
tion of his paper. We hope thia Silver Creek and Silviea V lie • • I ' Burns
change will prove remunerative to and all other neighborhoods
! Caldwell and Payette, George W
the Prof, and pleasant ta hi» family. I
M onday ’ s R ace —| mile da«l. Kenmdy.
—Rev. Winans while here sue- Six horses entered: Oregon Chief.' Canyon City, W. L. Wilson.
ceeded in getting subscribed and Mackey, Gray Dick. Susie I),-Soda 1 DeL’imar, A. M McCart
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A purs Graps Cream of Tartar Powdsr. Fro»
promised by responsible parties. Water, and Dick Whooten. The t Enterprise to be supplied by J
from Ammonia. Alum or any other atfaiMwawfr
sufficient money to pay off the race was won by Dick Whooten. |W.H Miller.
I n Y our O wn L ocality
A© YEARS THB STANDARD.
debt now resting on the church. Gray Dick second.
Haines. W. C. Erica.
made easily and honorably, without cap!
tai, during your spare hours. Any man
Mie are authorized by the trustees
T uesday ’ s R ace —J mile dash 1 La Grand. Alfred Thompson.
I woman, ls»y, or girl can do the work hand i
to notify the parties who so kindly I Five hoi res entered: Wild Bill.’ Owyhee, T. W Atkinson.
ily, wltliout experience. Talking un
••A dollar ».»r«d 1« a dollar rarnod .M
subscribed towards the payment of Mackey, Susie D. Pay Dav. and I Summerville. W. T. Koontz
Thia laMitea' SolI'l Frwwch Ooncvla KM VlwB.
>n iking ever offered >»efore. Our worker»
d«Uv«r*d frw anywhere Is Uw U S..M
this debt, that they can. now at any ' Gray Dick. The race was won by ’ Union, Walter Skipworth.
No time wasted It
receipt of Cash, Mos«y t»ii»«,
or Postal Nou for SIAS.
time, pay the money subscribed by : Wild Bill, second Pay Day and
Willow Creek. W. II Zollers.
a ala evary way the boots
i niirht how to succeed from the flr»t
In all retell etoraa for
them to any of the following namel Mackey a tie.
G. M. Irwin, of Salem, member tour. You can make a trial without < x
Wa make thia boo*
tense to y«mr«»elf. We start you, Dimisli
ouroelvoa, therefor« we yaor*
of the union quarterly conference •v<*rything needed to carry on the buM
persons, who have been empowered
antoo the Jit, »tylo and weor,
and If any ooo la not eatlafled
by the board of trustees to receive ' Gov. Wai e of Col. >t ado is under
icm nuccesFfully, and guarantee you
we will refund the money
igainsl failure if yon but follow out
or »end another pair. Opera
Mr», arrest, charged with opening a letter ,
■nd receipt for the same, ___
To« or Common H«o««,
tl in pie, plain Instmetions. Reader. 11
I>, B.k BE.
Harkey, Mrs. Byrd, H. E. Thomp addressed to another. The c«»m-1 Christians should all believe in I you are iu nerd of ready money, and
to I and Seif
•on. W. C Byrd and the preacher':
WM ro**1* b* Mr" 1 Likens, close communion that is with God want to know all about the brat payin*.
jfentf goitr —no;
v>wdneita lie fore the publh, send us your
teill Jtt y«e.
n» charge. The amount coming to formerly malron at
s‘ police h»*ad and Christ. Yea, ami Christiana uh I res s, and we will mall yon a docn-
R-v Wakefield, which in the
first quarters. Mr. Waite when inform* shouhl have close comoiunion with
TRUK a CO., B«x 400.
P’acc was $100, and has been re K ed he would have to give hail, be each other. Not that they ahould
S hoe C o ^SM
dneed to 75 or 76 dollars with in- came very indignant, and he de •xamine one another’s fitness foi
gpoatnf Urmo Io Daolaes.
tcreEt, the trustees would like to I ckred he would goto jail rather the Lord’s table as some of the de-1
collect this immediately, for th« than do so. It was finallv decided nominations du, but they should so
’■’’sson Mr. Wakefield has written hy the commissioner to accept the live aa to 1» in close fellowship
TW»H*./ntns » hi .».
.„t i e*-l V
1h«ni if they will send him as soon Governor’s personal recognisance with each uther Thia ta the secret
aZv<1 f;u Ji »tu ih » «»J»v,
• » 'i'll
tit -I't »J | I I "4 .«Atti
*• possible $60. he will donate the to appsar for trial. He pleads nut
JO W>| »À3I»} ' '«OJIVM ’♦.»■
desired that the hearts of the
«maind«r, which is 15 or 16 dol- guilty
U< 8»f| (1 <•«’. MVt|Nnd
• k. •»
• ■ JfW
chriet:ans at Colosse ahould Ire knit
church. This is very
J-) >»n| .tq »ti e a *« ij » i •
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lnd of him, and the trustees feel Dr. Price’» Cream Baking Powder together in love.
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