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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1894)
—The “Boss” place to get good
- value for your money is at Wor-
County Court Proceedings.
For Sale Or Trade.
Petition for Lirrnae.
—100 acres of fine fruit land in
Adjourned Sept, term
To the Honerable County Court
—Please do not forget that ing Proceedings, three bids sub 10 acre lots 5 miles south of Eugene ‘ of the State of Oregon for the County
BAS THE LARGEST circulation or Jorgenson ha* the best lot of spec , mitted, the Items, New« and ii ER- Oregon, 1 mile west of Spenser,
I....... .. .of Harney.
any newspaper in this
eye-glasseses, gold pens andl ald : Awarded to the Items mid Butte. Lots at $400 each
We the undersigned vour petition
holders and magic pencils, etc., etc. I H eraid till the 1st. of Jun.,
ers would most rvap*c’f»illv repre
,ltoth papers agreeing to publish it the purchaser so desires. For
sent that we are each and all resi
tlvr information inquire at
dents and legal voters of Drewsey
—To all subscribers of the E. O llP to that date free of charge.
I recinct in said coun’v and statu
$200appropriated to lie used on otti 00.
—Almost every thing for sale at H erald and those in arrears, who
we usk that a license b*
will pay up and renew, we will send road district No. 2.
to A I. Johnson
—Get one of L S. Geer A Co’«-
Tax levy. County lew 16 mills,
—D. L. Shirk is in town to-day
premium purchase tickets. Thia
¡free for s»x months. For reliable building purposes 1 mill, school 5
and malt liquors in said Drewsey
—We noticed C. B. Wickliffe on ! ews there is no better paper than mills Bills aggregating $3239.63 j firm agrees to give the holder of Precinct in les« quantities than one
such tickets a tine life size Crayon gallon for the period of six months
our streets to day.
allowed. The iirmi»ed county ex-’
I ¡the World.
| pendituies will be published tn i ur Portrait absolutely free of any from the 5th dav of November A.
—Chas. Voegtly is now receiving
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, is
•barge, by purchasing $20 worth I D. L894. Dated at Dre'vsev Ore.
flour from the John Day mill.
A rare opportunity
>f goods for cash at their store. It Aug. 25th 1894
—Our neighbor H. C. Levons is
s not necessary that the whole
—Circuit Court meets next Mon
John II Wright P H Everton
already supplied themselves with i
on the sick list this week.
imoimt should be purchased at one E R Smith
day. we understand Judge Fee will
samples of his excellent work. Re
John S I aveiy
—Just received at Worthington’s
be here. This court will likely be
his prices, $3.00 per doz.
to $20 as vxidain •' upon the tick
a full line of books, stationary and
' a long term
The following is thet
for cabinets. He guarantees to
I jury list:
please even themost fastidious.
—The Sheriff’s residence is near-1
—Miss Clara Stenger fell from McNu’.ty.T G Maupin,!). L Gr.ic»-, m i iiaruvss Alm. <>■
B H. Fine, J. W. Dickenson, A. inform*uxthat utt'd' i . ca - oiii n low«
— Lytle Howard has purchased the stai' way on the loth, inst., a
,or 1W4 than ever. He vi-hcs >• to u.-n John Wright
Charles T Stewart
| distance of probahly ten feet. No Tupker, Fred I.unahurg. 1). N. htr renders not to pureh»-e MiittluOx «n W II G»arhart
the lineul‘carriages, wag
W A Rohertson
limbs were broken, but the fall Varien, T. A. McKinnon. Samuel iiarne-s until they have t- uu ■! cent, ig Gt o N Rann
iH'stttge on llietr li.‘ |mge ( C N Cochran
— B. H. Fine paid us a visit the
of Burns: Chas J Johnson,. --tamps to > pay
T G ri tbn
caused hemorrhage of the lungs, to King,
retuit'r.» of tlih'.
,, ,,, ,
latter part of last week.
Fredricks George Morgan .
which she has been for some time
1 Harry Fuirman D W Clavpool
—J. R. Jenkins was in town subject, and she is now in a critical ’ Hanson, J. H. Hunt of Lawen:
• F M Gihler
• W. A. Capps. J . P. Gearhart.of
Friday and Saturday of last week. condition
R C Blaylock
i S AV Hamilton
Van: T. J. Allen, of Riley: J. W.j
—Dell Dibble was in town yester
—Corbett and Fitzsimmons, were
Shown,A. \V. Howser,.Jasper Davs,.
1.1 H Wright
Lou C Bradfield
day, but he said nothing about his matched on the 11th of this month U. T. Miller, of Harney: W. l'.| t few .lay», and you will l>i- »turtle«! at the ui.
W F Moffett
.euu-d miooem that will reward vour effort« V
to fight to a finish at th»1 Florida
E L Robbins
( Huffman, L. Horton, of Diamooti-. HMitively have the I « -i bu»iue«a to oiler mi ago.
hut can be found oil the face of this eurtu ! R B Wure
J S Dre wett
X—W. H. Hogan and wife were
proul on Mid O<> worth ot bualueaa I
Simon Lew is. Win. I himt.bf Na rr<»w ? •
in town the night before la8t, on for a purse of 141 000 and $10 000| Jos.
Robertson. J. E. Lamb, >t lUtnlretU of men, women, l>o.a, mid girl» in c..r
.nploy. You cun make money fanter nt work tor
their way home from Grant County aside, any time after July the 1st. , Drewsey : Waller Cross, of Sihes. ( ilthunvou luivc Uliv idea of. The burhie»» la to
to h am, an I in »1 ruction. to almple and plnl..
all ancceed from the «tart. Th«»w who tak.
—There has been several saddlesi -list
.old of the biuineaa reap the advantage that JT1NA.. PROOF
—Tom Scott resisted arrest, yes 1
.riwa fro-n the aound reputation of one of th. I ,
stolen in tins counlv lately, and ar ddest. moat »■iceeaifnl. and largi‘«t ptihlialihn’
terday, foi assault and battery and ,
umaea in America. Seenro for your«e)1 the prof . LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON,
a natural com-eq neuer, the l< o ere | hat the bualne«« ao rendllv nnd handaonirlv yield-.
A ng. i.7 ism.
attempted toescape fro.n the two
\ 11 beginner« «necee.l prandlv. and more than
v.i'|, cl» hereby Riven that the f.illowinr-
are anxious to recover i heir proper- eallie their greateat expectation«. Ihoae who tianv »«‘ tier I ir .
iintlce «if his Inienlioo
<•» I' fiml »xactlv a* we tell them. There 1«plenty tn make 11 nt p <x>f in mpport of Ina claim, and
otlicers who had him in charge.
M.aml bring the perpetrators to >f room for a few more worker», and we urpe tlm'
Bt«i«i pr.vif will be inaite before the KcKiaU-r
.when one of them, Chas. Bedell
Item to begin nt »nee. If you are alreadv cm-
Receiver nt I nr< a.1 irexon, ov Ort. *.4, i.M>4
justice, also the Ch il officers would .loved, but nave a few »pare moment«, and wink ami
.1 V.MCS ANDICnaoN.
took three shots at him. fortunalelv. | ike To catch the thiev»s, and make1 o n»e them to advantage, then write no nt om-e viz:
H.l No I Ml Forihe HW'; SW', sec. Il a»<t
for thia io your grand opportunity), and receive N>.. NW% anil SK>4 NW', Sec. 14 Tp in a. R.
for Tom, neither of the balls took 1 m examole ..f ro|ne one of them I ull particular» by return mall. Addre««,
rilim X CO., Box No. 400, Auguata, M
lie nn-ne« the following wltncnne* to prove
out lnn.ni» reei.lence upon anil cultivation
I for further securi»y to »>»ir property J
of uni I I hih I, via J«>»eph tfoleh. *. W. K. M. ffetl
i »»♦ Van <»reit«»*i. charlen Andemtai, *M H.
—C»1 Geer has rented or leased .S ve> <i •»»'rants have be»»fi issued
Th.inipH.in, of Itumn irexon.
THOMAS JONES. Rexlater.
nM, >•,«•. fori
lor < but
not up lo
< l><~ <)ai<»
the result h s
12 months, which means that Mr. J . been
>r«-n a i failure,
iHiime, not !>• ing able to
Geer intends to spare no pains to ’ capture the thief Tt ie tl.ree war
Highest Honors—World’s Fair.
acconmif date the public, and bis. rHiits that have been issued th
customers will receive that atten I Justice has not, nor does not intei.d
k r»» J uki u hut evrry
tion thut will cause them to com»- putting in anv • •ill to the county
»» I itevNiH. » he i’»er-
• o: t’t’rri*« het
h 111 tl.c GHilKiMlHill
on kN hu ll b.t'< I ♦» n Lunt the
— Bessie .Stenger is ill at th»s | H j,lst t as anxious aa a v one for
h. im r •»i| I t, - it««* m in lii«- world.
Itriy’« Le< <1 A onr.al for U»4
Hie thieves, hut th»
rutin. i - t i t-11 to i.iid mi L mmiicv of
time. She was sick i when htr t'
the i . hvm imiuii'g knowledge. Free
i t* ll><* unking.
mother left home so unex|»ectedly,i Hurts. as vet. for the capture prov
n H . FFRRY a co.,
since that time she has b. e.i much I'">« 11 fa,|"re»'«»"fr ’ha
1 i on, Mich.
worse hut she is a plucky, brave ’’m officers are making a pretens. I
—Messrs Cummins, Geo. and
1’ress Smyth, were in town two
of her complete recovery in a few ii'Mam e take the last caw. and fmm
of last week.
Of c^fS&Sjß R
days. Her and her sister (j|)ira the wav the matter was represented |
— Dr. Cate is now located in the are now left to keep house and take
- <•* Nilmsnf» thot 1 «nuli noil
«Air«. Aftar. I z » m
officers thought, they had nl
• tr w«rk. Th«* ^c ompiavi:
•K- Vrffln SU Ite IM IU MJ •• -
east room of the building occupied
f . V
4 4<lu •
clng. H lU'sUC... < , Wk. el Jr
MOST PERFECT MADE.
care of three small children, two
ni «rw «Il /-me
r tond a arsi I lip* .... Il la. 4ê •». th
• hr Henry Welcome, druggist.
V !) h-
r. ply lo I tq i.rkw «viti» «U mp
Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fra*
brothers anti one sister
RT MAIL. CONF.DENï .
Goin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
— Mr. Joseph Price's horse fell the oldest child of the family, she
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
• .n the direction, of Paisley, they
with hirn the other day, and as a is in her 17th year, Bessie is
result Mr. Price 1* nursing a lame Both are industnous, intelligent I wpre g,,ne several days but were on
girl« and we feel assured of the phe wrong track, consequently noth
came of it. the officers could
succt-as of the undertaking which
r-Joe Boucher, blacksmith, who
necessity requires of them, though n t jo sibly make anything out of
hag been working for some time at'
the responsibility is great we think ,'Bat trip, if any ine made wages it
the P Ranch, and well known here,
has started for Africa
',beir court*' *H ™’ficient «» "uataln was the two men deputised, hix !
they should l*e paid for their time.
M arried —In the parlor at the
We sincerely hofa- that some of
—Capt Kellev raised in his gar
Burns Hotel on the 15th. inst., at
th» se thieves may l*ey«t caught I
7 o’clock p. m., Mr. James M den, this year, as fine vegetables hs Imt where the civil nuthoritiea at«'
Brandon and Miss I^ah Taylor we think, can lie grown in any only interested hoping the thiev s'
country. His early rose potato«?
W C Byrd J. P. officiating.
mac be brought to justice and b<
are superior to any we have ever
—Robert Drinkwater and family seen, not only a few of them, but puni-died for the off» nac, it rath» r
throws a damper upon I he effort to
_ - here last Sunday-
-I bushels will weigh from one and a 1
on their way home to Harney, front hg|f
(wo pounds. A squash on catch them to lie accused of going
the Valley where Mrs. Drinkwater exhihili„n at »fc, hardware stoi_‘... "J. on wild goose chases for the monei
and the children haw been visiting t Geer Mnd
weigh* 35 pounds that is in it. Neither can we se.
where the blunder comes in, a man
friends for aeveral month*.
I — also
---- -- from the garden of C., A. has a saddle stolen, and he knows
—On the 9th of this month, at Sweek, weighs, we believe, jhe
♦ it, be demands a warrant and an
Biker City a tailor, named Brinkel, same. C. A. »week has made1 a
effort made to catch the thief
was beaten over the head with a grand success of gardening aa J»||.
That is the sum end substance o'
horse shoe and robbed. He is in as the Captain, but the latter has
It is first class in every respect. The proprietor having been railed
a dangerous condition the skull some th3 advantage of the former,
in the business knows just how to conduct it. Meat at retail and whole
h*ing fractured. A tin horn gam because he i* fixed to irrigate,
■ Z 3 ffjo..«; .od » -m in;-
You can buy by the quarter, less or more, aud at price«
bler n*med Merrill was arrested while Mr. 8week has no mode of
as low as you would have to pay ranchers
for the crim*.
K. A. M atthks , Proprietor.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 18i'4
WORK FOR US
and Notes now
due me must be
paid by Novem-
tnat date samel
will be placed
in hands of my