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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1894)
—Charley Peterson was in town * —The "Boss” place to get good hundred and forty eight bushels,
Petition for License
| value for your money is at Wor-} Mik> Cuihion 8nd th« Maupin
^PHJSDAY OCTOBER 8 18H
—Several of our citizens are ab-' thingtun s.
¡hoys moved their thresher from
To the Honorable C«>ur.ty Court
—To al! subscribers of the E 0. Poison Creek to Bob Copeland’s'
sent at Prairie City attending the
of the Stale of Oregon fur the County
T tlg largest circulation of fair and races.
II krald ar.d those in arrears, who near Harney City.
„.gWBFAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
It is reported that Dave Newman
— A. D. Forgey a resident of will pay up and renew, we will send
We the undersigned vour petition
Greenville Calif., but who has been the Semi Weeklv New York World land Tom Allen saw a brown beat a era would most respectfully repre
stopping here for several months. free for *>x months. For reliable, ¡few days ago near Charles New- sent that we are each and all resi
I News there is no better paper than :
dents and legal voters of Drewsey
i some's dwelling house on Poi-on
' left here yesterday to return to his
precinct in said county and state
Almost every thing for sale at home.
' the World.
Creek, and would probably have and we ask that a license lie
succeeded in throwing a rope on granted to A I. Johnson A Bro. 1«
Mrs E. A. Stauffer is visiting
—We received a letter from R» v.
I Mr Bruin had he not found refuge sell and dispose of spirtuous,vinous
|faac Foster was in town Mrs. Ollie Robinson.
J. S Anderson presiding elder of
¡in the dense brush, and thus made and malt liquors in sai«l Drewsey
Precinct in less quantities than one
—The family of Mr, Samuel
... i his escape good.
Mrg R. M. Horton returned Kenyon expect to start for Salem in 1 , he was sick in bed and , . it would
for the period ofaix inont^v
5th day of Novemlter A.
a few days, to remain there probably ‘ impossible for him to he hnre at the
Dated Kt Dre vsev Ore.
■County Clerk Perry Shideler, two or three years The object is to | t’m* promised as stated in Inst I says he saw a panther near hie Aug. 25th 1894.«
week’s issue of this paper and forth- I place a short while ago.
ind little girl, returned from educate the children.
er bad news fer the church going
Vick Ottmer got a letter from his j John H Wright P H Everton
iglt, last Sunday.
— David Miller a resident of the
citizens here, the wife of the Rev. father stating ! that it would be IE R Smith
.Just received at Worthington’s Pine creek neighborhood is in town
J<»hu S ’Laveiy
¡1 line of books, stationary and this week stopping with our assess • F. T Howell was taken seriously money out of pocket to bring horses M O Anderson
I ill at Baker City while on the way 'to California as there is absolutely J W Barton
' here to take charge of this circuit. [ no sale for such property there. R Drake
L\|r. Cal Geer, now, has charge
Please do not forget that l and her phvsiciane declare she can- therefore Mr. Ottmer will not take Math Wavers
W Fl Harness
■the Red Front livery stable. Jorgenson has the best- lot of spec-1 not undertake the completion of horses as he had purposed, but will R A Miller
M F Howard
I Geer’s proverbial good nature taeles,
and her journey for at
OJU pens silo
leal two months, go there by railway
L close attention to business is holders and .magic pencils, etc., etc. which
... _.. i that it will he prob
Lj to build him up a good
ably next spring before we can ex business call the other day.
Geo N Rann
W A Robertson
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, is pectin have a resident minister or'
C N Cochran
C T Griffin
L B. Culp is in Burns painting Win Fredricks George Morgan
A rare opportunity
may be not in the next conference <•,„ xi.„ «>
-The discharged San Salyadori
.|is presented to all who have not .
for Mrs. Racine and Dr Marsden I Harry Fairman D W Clavpooi
1 refugees, i, Ezeta Bolinos and1
«• j .
Wm. Woods is hauling E. Han-' F M Gibier
Ltamente. have left the U. 8 for already supplied themselves with
S W Hamilton A R C Blaylock
samples of his excellent work. Re '
BURNS WILL LEAD.
, j ‘ ley > winter w« od
iitemala, where they expect to
E 8 Wood
member his prices, $3.00 per doz. «h® I» Never Behind And We Are'
I M. R. Biggs was out our way J H Wright
Lou C Brad field
iw an army for another invasion for cabinets. He guarantees to' ,,,,
ducking last Saturday.
1 here is noproudei ed’tor in the
E L Robbins
C. H. W.
| please even themost fastidious.
| back WOod8 of Oregon this week
-The Grant County News of the
R B Ware
J S Drewett
'.than the one penning thia local.
th.oflast month says John Biggs
The .nany friends of Till Glaze And he is ¡proud for four reasons.
impanied by another aspirant who was killed here the 6th of last I First ami mainly, because John
V an , Oregon, Sept. 25.
*~. are now month, will be glad to learn that Witzell is, at this particular date,1
radmission “ * to “ *'■*
the proudest and happiest man ini,, Threshing will soon be done in ptNAi, PROOF
Salem contesting in the supreme ' the A. O. U. W. of which lodge he America and we are promi BItd ’ «his neighborhomi and much dis
----------- - America and we are proud and
urt-the right of admission to the was a member, has ordered the daUf(J
of hiR \appiness./ satisfaction
a,wfac‘,o,n .’ is ’’ ’ expressed
at the LAND OFFICE AT RURN8, OREGON,
AM- 27 RMM
■de of the legal fraternity
payment of two thousand dollars to He is the father of triplets, born on 1 »“’«• «»»“P’«'Oii
Notice !■ hereby elven that the following-
Second lul '
named eettler ha» fllvd notice of hie interltioK
-Gov. Altgeld is after the Pull his wife and family. Thus you see »the night of the 1st. inst
to make flaal di oof In eupport of hie claim, an4
that »al<l prool will be made before the Kexiatef
in C»r Company, he seeks t<>
Receiver at Hums, Oregon, on Oct- 24, 1894
they do not get the benefit | a"d ™ are Prond of that‘ . Third Flora Willi son made ua a pleasant and
se the Co's, assessment. On th Weven 1
till. No 10K1 For the HWH 8WW Sec. 11 and
the three youngsters are all bovs 1 visit last Sunday
«4 NW^andSEM NWl< Sec. 14 Tp. 1» H. R.
th. ult., he addressed the board
and weigh, respectively 6, 6, ami (
name» the following wltneaeee to prove
equalization ehowing by figures
—The crowd, of which Harry 5 pounds, aggregating 17 pounds,| Most all the children in this h He
e continuousreaidence upon and cultivation
and the fourth reason, 4 he infante»l,e’Rhborhood are suffering with of »aid land, via Joeeph Ifoleboa. W. F. Moffett
it the Co. only gave in $36,000,- Thompson was one, who went to
of Van Oregon. Charlee Anderson, and H.
are healthv and they and the bed colds rome call it the grip.
Thotnpaon, of Burna Oregon.
J, when its capitsl stock should Stein mountain hunting ten or .mother are doing well.
THOMAS JONES. Resister.
The Postmaster at Van has re
ive been $61,000,000.
twelve days since, returned the Hurrah! Hurrah!!
Hurrah!!! signed and I recommended Mrs.
other day. Harry tells us that the
-The Telegram of the 24th u
Senator David Bennett- Hill whs Jane Clark tor the office,
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
without ! ,, , .
«, “never before in the history mountain ii full of Indians conse- nhminated by acclamation
School commenced in the upper
Portland has it experienced a(<>aently game is scarce.
This, a dissenting voice for the office
wholesale butchery of the deer by K’ov by the democratic state ci»n* i part of Wolf Creek district yester-1
it of fires like that of the 23rd. 11
venlion of New York assembled in I ■ day Miss Eva Swain teacher.
t" Along the vast side river the indians in season, and out of Saratogo on the 25lh day of last
V anity .
>nt, the coal bunkers were de 8ea8on. *8 a matter that should be month.
—Get one of I. 8. Geer A Co’s,
roved. Pacific Coast Elevator1 reEard«*d seriously and sofue means
The nomination of Mr. Hill, as premium purchase tickets. This
stated, and the enthusiasm mani-
wiped out. A steamer and a large, provided to prevent it.
4 Tested at the convention, which is firm agrees to give the holder of
lumber of cars with merchandise
—Mr. John Jones expected to’a*B"”bein< [ a »c ue that such tickets a tine life size Crayon i
'destroyed. The loss will probably 1 start this morning with several bailies discription, , a scene such as 1 Portrait absolutely free of any
»«ch the sura of $1,000,000 worth car loads of neef steers to the rail- has not been witnessed or equaled charge, by purchasing $20 worth
'road, thence to Kansas C’ty, but|’n ^at states since 1876 when of goods for cash at their store. It
. , • t
'Seymour was nominated by accla
and he informed us- J .
. . _
—In the preliminary examina was delayed
ination, clearly demonstrates the | is not necessary . that . the whole
lion, laat Monday, in the Justices’ y®8’®rday that he will buy another | facl jbal a conscientious independ amount should he purchased at one
MOST PERFECT MADE.
in is ip
” ' of * the
*___ vs. Chas. F. c*r load of steers and it will be sever |ent honest fearless politicia~
“ limo, but any amount from Scents
Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
fwis. charged with the murder of' daJ’8 before he gets
to $20 as explained upon the tick from Ammonia,
Alum or any other adulteaaab
•• H. Dickson, nick warned I M’r" KeBogg will accompany him,'
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
“Walipi” the defendant was held I that is, Mr. Jones will haul Mr.j
•itb iut bail to await the action of Kellogg’s engine boiler etc., to the
’be grand jury at ouf next term of* roilroad and also furnishj transpor- • On last Thursday seme unknown
’»’irt. W. H. Dickson the murder-’ tation for the latter and his wife, 1 person or persons entered Vick
ri m»n, was au old pensioner hav-1 fr°m thence they will go by rail to I Ottmer
Ottmer ’ ’ s s dwelling
ried away without license Mr.
inf»rvedin the civil war. The | their home in Salt Lake Citv.
®urder was committed in thel . - Atty.. William Mathews
a t ,, <v tn
saddle and a spur belonging
•outhern part of this county on the' Washington
City. . employed
. Property stolen
»d- dav of Sept. last.
( | Geo. 8. Sizemore to appear at the ®ut*>ne Hembree.
valued at alraut $50
“•Albert Oakerman of Riley, a . department in that city in his be
And still I have a wagon to ex
PuthoflS. met with an accident, half in the swamp land case in
* -*w days since which might have which Mr. Sizemore was contestant change for cows, cal yes, bogs,
**n much worse. His father and and which was decided in favor of chickens, grain, or a good horse.
? 1 zi.r Were ^rorn home at the time, him, writes to Mr. Sisemoie that broke to work and gentle. But if
Charley Williams; on« of Al the brief of Captain A. W Waters'
you are not blessed with the ahove
rt« boy friends was staying with
named properly, com* anyway and
'■> for company, and we presume,
Mmething more attract examination of witnesses was rigid let ua have a friendly chat
w‘th a pistol, and first class in every particular.
Joe Wooley and family have gone
l , lh«y suppueed not loaded,
He also compliments Ex-Receiver
dw»!? ' e’r d'imsy the pistol was
Aik.,rK1etl while pointed toward Harrison Kellev very highly for his
hall striking tbe third reasoning in the matter, in feet
Jennie McPbeeters returned to
‘nd thumb of hie left hand plainly stating that the decisions
k^. \ ^'’king a flesh wound in his ( I of Captain Kelley in that office were her home in Burns last Friday.
It is first class in every respect. The proprietor having bean raised
He was lying on the bed '
business knows just how to cooduct it. Meat at retail and wbole-
more clearly defined more thorough
P0** whicb position probably i
him ore thousand bushels
You can buy by the quarter, less or more, and at prioee
’— Aliiert boarded the
would have to pay ranchers
J** . «nd came here __
treatment. offie<r holding a similar position in
Charles Zeigler's present years
n°l dangerously hurt.
■ U. 8. Government.
A. M atthes , Proprietor
crop of grain netted him seven