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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1894)
SEPTEMBER 1» ISM
|Ag THE LAROEST CIRCULATION
ASy XEW8PAPE« IN THIBCOVWTT.
—Samuel Kenyon is in from the
—Almost every thing for sale at
_ Pong Baker was in town one or
two days of this week.
—N. Brown has
gone on a visit
The health of our town is im horde of red skins on us to annov
the people an«l k II and drive off
—Ju«* .cceived at Worthington’s the little game we have 1« ft in our
a full line of books, stationary and inonotajus adjacent to the settlers.
Further we d»sire to let th«'«e men.
who ar«* so willing to give Indians
—Chas. Kenyon dept, county
pa««es. know that we prefer th»-v
clerk, has presented him«e|fwith a
should keep the Indian« where
fine Reming'on type writer and
they properly lielong and not en
courage them by giving them writ
—The school bwlding is still ten b-ave to annoy our citizen«,
talked of, hut no preparations ar«* frighten our women an«l children,
- i ami kill our game.
being made as we can see, towards
j its erection
1 Nancy Hanks' Record Tied.
—The “Boss” place to get go<»«I I
value for your money is at Wor-
Sweet little Alix tied the re,*or<|
of Nancy Hank« at Terre Haute
lowered bv Ind., the 12th of this month. Trot
Alix i« own»«!
Robert J. He paces a mile at Terre ting a mile in 2:04
Haute Sept. 14th in 2:11.
—Gel one of I. 8 Geer «4 Co’«,
premium purchase tickets.
What is a miracle* A miracle is firm agrees to give the holder of
not. as Hume defined it. something such tickets a fine life site Crayon
contrerv to the laws of nature, but Portrait absolutely free of any
something above the laws of nat ire, charge, by purchasing $20 worth
or some’hing that the laws of . na of goods for cash at their store. It
tore, in their legitimate and ordi I is not necessary that the who]«
narv op» ratii»n could not produce. . amount should l»e purchased atone
For instance, the laws of nature, in lime, but am nmmint from Scent«
♦ heir legitimate and ordinary pt
H‘r’ to $20 as explained upon the tick«
parent« can eta.
off spring, and bring
— K. A Mathews, who is now
th»'iu to manhood and womanhood,
and proprietor of our meat
hut the law« of nature, in their.
legitimate course of operation, nev ’ market, was raised in the business
er produced a man ami a woman and tiroposes keeping a first class
without parents, or never brought [ | market in every respect and l>eiug
‘into »-xistence a man and a woman thoroughly familiar with the bus
at sufficient maturity to care for iness onlv needs the patronage and
th-in«» Ives ami live without par ene oiragement of our citizens ta
lent«. No law ot nature, in its have a market our town sod its
I legitimate and ordinary course <-f proprietor will l»e proud of.
and Edward Hines a
—We saw the pleasant counten i
—Mi« J. M. Va'ighr. and Mrs.' banker,
ante of Louie Weidenberg in our
Maurice Fitzgerald, who left, here|
ioperation btought Adam ami Eve.
town one day last week .
County CtHirt Proceedings.
several month« since, returned I nn 1
I into existence at maturity and
—Mat Kane of Canvon City was theCanvon Citv stage last Friday |
without parents. In other words n<»
Petition for License.
We believe they were in I Judge Ru'h»-rf rd and commis-
in our town the week of the races. evening
law or laws of nature, in their login-
—Ling Creek’s racing Tourna Portland during the whole time j fdoners Sitz and Marks present.
1 mate or ordinary operation, ever
Tn the lloneralile Cout'tv Court
The contract f»»r keeping the pisir
ment began last Monday, and con I they were absent.
I»« gau the human race. In th»* of the State of Oregon for the County
let to Price Withers. Conlract for
tinues six days.
plainest terms, no law of nature of Harney.
—Mr. Joseph (Haze brother of county wood let to A. W. Good man.
produced a human being with I
—TheCanvon News, savs that T. H Glaze. dec» a<ed, cam«* in ~»n Lev» for <*oiiiity p'irpoM s continued
We the undersigned vnnr petition
Io other words, it is ers wonbl «m»«» respect fully repre
quite a number of Harney countv the Prineville stage last Saturday t<» until Oct. H
Road District No.
.»»of a miracl«' f*»r «‘hiblren tn come sent »bst we are each and «II res'»
citizens are over there, putting up j evening
His business here, so we 13 allowed $40<t of road fund
(from parents.hut it was a miracle to dents and h-g^l votera of Drewsev
are told. is to look after the effects tractor «»n court house allowed
create the first human |c»ir All wlv I r«»cin',t in «aid miin’v an«I sta*«
*1200. Report ofTbos. Jones ex ' admit that tl e human r«« e ver had ' and we usk that « license bw
—The race horses in attendance of his deceased brother.
granted !•» A I. Johnsen <fr Bro. t«v
here during our races have gone to!
«♦•II and dispose «»f apirtiions.vinniia
— Please do not forg*t that
IxmgCreek to take it» the races at
The Can» on •’it v News in c<»ti. . by a miracle. It is not a miracle »•»d malt liquor« in said Drewsev
Jorgenson has the la-si lot of spec-
eluding its c<»iiiiiiei>ts o*i th»* sh«M»t I for an oak to produce an ai'orn. not Precinc» in les« quantiti»-« than one
I taeles, ev e glasseses. gold pine and
Mrs. Townsend, wife of the holdersand magic pencils, etc., , etc. ingaffrav which occurred in <u,r | for an acorn to produce an *>ak. but, gallon for the period of «i X month«
from the 5th dav of November A.
town a short time since:
»♦ sl ’ c line and mail route cont»act 1
it is a miracle to produce an oak D. 1K94. Dated
St Dre aev Ore.
It has been a long time since the' without an acorn, and equally a
nrfrom Bur*»« to Canyon City, is
—To all suhsenber« of the E O.
Aug. 25»h 1894.
in Burns stopping at 1he Burns * H erald and those in arrears, who ffourishmg little eitv of Burns has I miracle t«> produce an acorn with
I een called upon t<» witness such a
will pay up and renew, we will send -hocking affair as this double trag
E R Smith
NVeoklv New York World free l'dy, and her own |«e«ii»le, who resort |the legitimate and ordinary enurse M \1cD<»n*»ld
The democratic | primaries in the
.T 'hn S • iv«p»
For reliable News to law and order to settle their difl nf their operation, never preduced M O Anderson
Breckinridge-Owens congressional ^’r t‘’x n,,,n’bs
Georg«« >!• t<
«r nces. can p«»ini io lhe tact that ‘in acorn without an oak. or an oak . J W Barton
Thns D i » •»«
district Kv., held on
the men who ete the ptiiicipall
without an acorn. The first acorn ,
B T »<» .»•» » .
this month nominated Owens by a World.
actors in this engagement »her« .
AV H Harness
neither glory nor renown l._ .
Inajoritv of 1150. It is stated th
M F ’ I own rd
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, is « nnspicuouslv. w» re all non-resi s miracle. The first man wax a R A Miller
n-Milt is greatly the work uf the
foe A Howard
A rare opportunity dents <>f 1 h«- place
miracle. The second man. The .l*>hn Wright
Chari».-« T <♦ wart
Thanks Bro. Asbury, for conuntr I ord from heaven was a miracle W fl < !< qrhart
is presented to all who have not
A ' W« • • h< rly
—Ed Test having completed the already supplied themselves with to our help, for a few words from Isaac the child of promise, an«1 th«- G« n N Rann
work of ex perting our county rec- «amples of hi« excellent work. .Re ttie outside will effect more in the . »nlv son of Abtaham, as Jesus was' (' N Cochran
C T rj»t n
ord“, witti the help of I hontaa member his prices, $3.00 per doz. wav of potting our citizens in th«-I J i he clnl<l of promise and ttie only | Win Fredricks
Jones our land office Register, took f ,r pahjneta
He guarantees to proper light i»efore the public, than -• gotten <>f the Father, was a mir .
his departure with his ta.uilv, one please nven themost fastidious,
•«Miliimna in our own pa|>ers.
sum all up and expres
it| M W ’•«m»l»-»n
day last week, for his home in Vale
» Io, ’s
ill oiie rentei <*r, » very thiiiu evert v “i
I —I n.is. Jones assisted by Fd
I .n»1 • '
species of animal, insect and veg ( J H Wright
•rd W i«h>mrn
efab|<> i.egan bv miracle. The laws
—We gather from the Prineville
F i »»
B. R. Porter was again on account I.,f natur. create m»th«ng, give u i
Review the accident •! shooting of count records and repo-t received
R R Ware
J s D
William E Quinn a resident of and accepted i»v the county court. of sickness tn bis family, co n pel led no new species or kind, but simpb I A Robertson
W lllow Creek Crook county. He As was expected some mistakes to abandon unfinished, his hay job » propagate and perpetuate that*
.which was given by miracle at
end \\ ni. Thorn were out bear were found, but these mistakes d d on the Billy Miller ranche.
hunting and Thorn waa mistaken
A family of Arabians passed | Hret. By the »etablished laws ot piNAa. PROOF
through Poison Greek nvighlairhood «’be human race have been
usual in such case«, and took
LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OHEOOM,
for mistakes »vere found where the
Quinn for a bear
a few days since, veiling drv goods ' Pr<,P’*g«l«*d and perpetuated, but
Aug. T7 HMM
officers paid money over to the
the human race had its commence | Notice 1» hereby ulveu hat he Howlng-
-—Julius Durkheimer 18 filling
nam*<1 •rttler bar fllv'l u.i'b
_ e _ • hi» irtsntlon
county and neglected to credit ( tablishing their business m Burns.'
I he laws of]
M1(| ir.Hif w ill be nis<!e bef
up hi» shelve« and ware hous«a with
I hr leer
themselve« with amounts paid
ver a' l»nr> a «reicoii, <•
• '.4, I MX
Opposition is the lite of trade.
the immense stock of good« he
, .... J ams » ANi»aaa<>»«.
” D------ — i Still it paid the county to have this
»dead, instantaneously gave hearing 1 .jyjj;h$r, er. II and
ug t while east for that purpose. work done, because the county
A good wagon for a number one to the deaf, speech to the dumb, orl“hJt * '
|K H R.
ifttght teams arc com’ng in every recor(j, are now . orrect and all milk cow and steer calf, cow to l»e
sight to the blind, f No laws of na- 1 h? < <>nthi,»..«»- e»i i«".« up •■» ■
<>f nnl.i l«rx|. vi»
•y loaded with goods for Durk- wr()ngs righted. The deficiency as. fresh. Or two dry cow«
tore can heal a leper in an instant, i of Van 1 tra ton. < harl-*»
reported having l»een found tn ex- are not particular atamt loosing a, multiply five loave« and a few small | Tbuinp»*n, of Iturna
TH o MA«
— In conversation with some per-' sheriff A. A. Cowing’s .books was I | ba« gain then tarry. For further
l fishes till the amount will tie suf I i
... j .
•on« who profess to know, we are immediately settled bv Mr. Cow- particular« »er Wm H. Culp.
> ficienl to feed five thouwand persona
b»ld that had our artesian well ex- ing, and nothing in the examination
Entry Hughs is busy delivering leaving twelve baskets foil of frag
Pertinent proven a success, quite a was found that in the leaet reflected wo
si at Burns. Hr says he sold menls, or enable men to sja ak in
nuiulier of persons contemplated upon the honor of anv of the out GO cords to lie «lelivereii soon
He some fifteen or seventeen languages
corning t< our county to settle and going officer» or to leave a stigma wants to hire a hand to cut w<»o«i never studied or learned in the or
Now we do not upon reputation or character..
, dinary way. A miracle mav aus
any good reason for men to
There i« a strange disease among •
l«w« of nature f«»r the time
—Quite a number of Indians
b<ck out if they really had a notion
do aomething ala»ve them, or
have been here for some time from
coming lit re to settle, because
the outside, and the citizens of our i a few that are affected with it. *o,»Hhing that thev never perform.
the artesian effort was carried far
town and county have no earthly The tmnble semis to l»e altogether **ut io l»e a miracle Mt all something
to prove conclusively that
use for thia band of strolling In confined to the lungs, caaaing hard •»»u«t l»e done above all huinen art.
"• have artesian water, and be
dian« prowling around and kill.ng breathing with some fever. Aa yet device or at«iltty. and aomeih'iig
one man got hia drill, f
which we know the laws of nature,
C. H W
lc.” game in the mountain« adjacent. have lo«t none.
«teneri in the well and found I i.
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their legitimate course an I ordi-
pOMible to get it out, thereby The mountain« are said to be full of
Can-'4g«i ,**rX operation, never perform.
I'U : IMST« .JÍi »»»
’ Ve. I Eikuart
»tructing the How of water, is no them alaughtering the deer and
reason for thinking a second I
Tn 1 W°U,d re-0,t ’** ‘bwMime w*y-
ert 1« |IO Ule jn dotting (he fact
‘»ur having artevian water the
ia here to be «een «end n; forth
^'itinuou« «treaui of water.
what they don’t kill they run off.
And we think agent« «»n the reser
vation« t»e«idra other partiee have
little to do to give the Indiana writ
ten passes of leave and turn iouae a
;n i llarn«-»» .Mfa. ' U •!' r.ihUal'l, . r,.7
inforni» u» that «ir erice» will be lower
tie Wl'bcs U« to BMC
,«»r 1*M than «ver.
our reader»» not Io purchs»e anything
the lir».. oí carriage«, wagons, bicycle«,
ham«* until they have ent « eeou io
■umjs V» pay postage on their
ratal- > ith '
we adviwi th* rradei
paper to remember hM »«iggesUoa.
To BE CONTINUED.
MOST PERFECT MADE,
L>r. Price a Cream baking Powdet
A pare Grap« Cresm of Tartar Powder.
*«"» Ammonia, Alumorany otlMraduitasaat.
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.