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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1894)
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCT.
W. C. BYRD & SON.
P ublishers and P roprietors . 1
Six Mouths ...........
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Herald and Harper's Magazine............
Herald and Harper’s Weekly ..............
Herald and Harper's Bazar...................
Heralu and Harjier’a Young People
Herald and Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.V0
•aeh additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
10 cents extra oer volume, tiostage.
gUT-Copies of all the above works can be ex
»mined at leisure in the Beading Room.
Publishers ot periodicals are solicited
1« send clubbing rales, a copy of their work for
snr Free Reading Room—We file and bind the
latter at close «4 every half-volume, end r-* »i
lopies bv advertisement.
• PACK ' 1 wk j 2 wk j 1 mv J ó mo 1 « mo
»1.50 »2.50 '♦»>.00 »8 '>0 '»11.00 »10.00
3 00 4 00 6.50 12 UJ
3.50 5.00 S 00 1.I.UU 24.00 40 0O '
4.50 6 00 10.00
oo 32.00 50.00
o IMJ 9 00 15.00 28.00 48.00 54 00
12.00 16.00 28.00 48 00 80.00 P.O. 00
■20. W 30 00 40 0O tiO.OO 110 00 140.00
I I see one of your eorres|»ondent<
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
“As old M
the hills” and is handling miracles, but he is in
never excell deep-water and when he gets
ed. “Tried through it’s all wind.
and proven” i There has
been an unusual
kREGUl.ATORi is the verdict amount of emigration this rum.tier
o f millions.
S i m in o n a traveling in every direction, many
hive eonte through your county
lator is the and speak of Harney Valley as
only Liver being the foundation for a weakly
and Kidney and populous country.
Our school is progressing nieelv
can pin your under the control of Paul Brattain
faith for A a graduate of the State Universit».
G. C Duncan raised the finest
largest Early Bose pi it a toes
t ve, a n 4
purelv veg- ever grown in this count, . Thirty •-A good 1 ranch
belonging to H. G j H untington , Oreg , Jun. 26,
«table, act- two sack from one sack of seed po- Campliell. containing 160 acres 12
The •’Ureg<|ii Commercial
in » directly tatoes.
miles south east, of Burns. Thtc | have this day bought the entire
on the Liver
We ha<l a large crop of wild ranch has about 100 acres of good Business of the ‘'Oregon Construo-
a n <1 Kid
neys. Try it. plums here and of excellent quality. meadow land. Price J800 or will 'ion Co ” of this place including
trade for shyep.
I Moneys, Accounts, iHills Receivable,
Sold bv all
There was ice at the Lon«* Pine
B yrd »t K ing .
ists in Lkpiid.orin Powder
Merchandise, Luhiiier, Coal, Wiuid,
• Ge ukmidry or :nu ieimoa lea. ranch»* on the night of the 5th , the
Farming iniplemewka. Warehouse
kfea I Baking
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. t i «•. i ci»iisfiei:vu.u>‘•
*1 H\ • r
• • b- ? I i I. -if! •’ —yiEi
U. i. Wbishiil” !*J“.
first we have had this fall.
Sometime ago I was troubled witl mil Reul Estate. ,/And assumed all
.1. W Henderson, whose wife
an attack of rheumatism. I used lebts tyid liabilities of said “Oregon
al Eugene, his place
V . J ack -
Of every description executed with neatness
Chaniherluin’s Pain Balm ami was Construction Co.,” and have lnt*>r-
tud despatch, at reasonable rates.
.of residence, has sold out there
completely cured. I have since I porated with
•!> I »1 - 1 . :
friends ami »lock fully paid in. The ollicera
Note I leans, Cards, Tieaeta.
r advised many of my
1 l.ak«* County. His wife was vour
customers to try the reinedv and to e ret
Tug H krald I s kept regularly ou file for re
R. M. S teel , President.
speak highly of it. Simon Guida
ference, iu ilia Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad
vertising Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
J. H. A itkin , Vice Pres.
Mrs. Al. Tarro»v h <>t> her wav baum, San Luis Rev. Cal. For
S ilver L ake , Oreg., O< t., 10 ’04.
G eo . A. S teel . Secy,
home fr«»m the Valley, she is n sis sale by H. M. Horton.
E d . H erald :—Our sumimr«
Com nn-rciiil Co., per J.
work is round up. We are through
II. Aitkin, mgr.
Sarah Drink waler, she has • 'ten
| haying and threshing.
visiting her invalid father in
Several bands of beef cattle h ive I Eugene City.
........... Adlai Stevenson
leereiary of State
Walter Q. Grewhani . been driven from hereto the P R
More Anon. G. C.
leereiary of Treasury
John G.,< arlisle i
Agents to sell our choice and bar I
•acruiary of luterior
H.ikc Smith for delivery to contractors, and
Iseratary of Wai
Daniel S. Lamont
Nursery Stock. We have many
secretary of Navy
. Hilar» A. Herbert more are on the wav and some par
•acretary of Agriculture.
J. SlerltiiF Morion
new special varieties, both in fruits
Richaro 8, Olney ties are just getting ready to drive.
.. Wilaon S Bissell
Are Just what every
ornamentals to offer, which nr«
lower ueeils. 1 hr rjer-
Some bands of beef cattle sold at
UN I VEILSIT V OF OREGON
of f rri )'«
controlled only hy us. We pay
h.i in the luunuatlvn up-^^^B
J. N. Dolph 4 cents to be delivered at
I ium Leva built ths ~
* "ommission or salary. Write us nt ,
laraesl »el d l>u«ln»H in tbe world.
I Binger Herman ti > Bridge.
Ferry’s Setd Annual for 1 CM
Next Session begins ihe 17th "f'once for terms, and secure choice,
(.-<> ng re ss tn en
iW. R. Ellis
COIHHltlS I iif Milll 1«II<1 HU**lMDee of
R. E. chamberlain.
th« lulwl I mhu 11 ik knowledge. Free
fur the nrklng.
lecreiary of State
Geo. W. McBride and we have an abundance of hay,
Tuition, free. Board 42.50
FERRY ft CO,,
tt| M ay Bit others , Nurserymen,
lupt. Public Instruction R
J. B. McElroy ro 1 guess there is no danger of week.
• tate Printer
. Erank Bake:
Rochester, N Y
Five courses: ClasHicH).Scientific. I
R. 8. Bean. starving here, notwithstanding tie
Literary, English and Imsiiiess.
wm I*. Lord
’ F. A. . Mo»>re
SIXTH JUDICIAL district :
• ¡strict Ju-ge
A man by the name of Geo. Walt
M. D. C lifford
Jamis A. Fee.
The Boarding Hall for voting
J. L. Rano ers, who haa been in this country
and the Boarding Hall fur
O. L. Patterson.
A. W.Cowau trapping for a few years, started for ( young gentleman »till he under the
his home on Rogue River a few personal supervision of Mr-. Mutira.
COUNTY—HARN ICT :
C P. Rutherlord. days
ago, was found murdered a lady of refinement and la-ge ex
Clerk ............. ................... (D). .. P. L. shideler
miles west of here. Hr perience. For catalogues, address.
T. . A.
z. A. McKinnon
J. J W ai . to N
Gitti'.g« was found by some canp-rs who
8. W. Miller
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
Jen,wl Superintendent ■ iR)
.C has . Metre 1 stuck up a notice on a tree where
K J. Ivers
to find the body, one of our neigh
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Enstern Oregon Express Co’s Expresa.
K. R Sits I mith passing saw the notice found
the hodv and recognized it as that
per month Stages L *ave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediata pointa.
a Thomas Jones of Geo. Walters.
jt ß Huntington, Agent,
. ..A. A. Cowing
through the head and it is thought I n Y our O wn L ocality
made easily ami honorably, without cap!
he was killed for his money.
to), during your 8|>are hour«. Any mar
der It a
"YLVA REBEKAH Degree Mo. IS.
Meets every 1st and 8d Wednesday.
Alice K. King, N.O,
E May Worthington. Rec. Sec’y.
woman,leiy, or girl can do the work Imiid
I see from the H erald that the ily, without experience. Talking an
artesian well was both a success Hccesg.iry. Nothing like it for mom j
ni iking ever offered tx-fore. Our worker
and failure that is. arte-ian water always pros|>er. No time wnsteii li
was found, but in consequence of learning the hii-lnexs. We teach you it
A. O. U. W. Burns l-odge, N’o 47
a night how to succeed from the flr
4 ee la every 2d and 4th Thursdays
accidents or mismanagement the liour. You rail make a tri il without < x
W. K. I.radon, M W
peine to yourself. We mart you, flintiH
J W Sayer, Rec’d How is not satisfactory.
needed to carry on the hunt
something about the tnisiness my news ‘‘iiecen-fully, and gunrnntee yot
burnomia honor I «xi«e. N u . b
against failure if you hut follow m
self, I feel certain that at a depth simple,
■«•»sever» 24 aod 4th Monday.
plain hwtrtictkms. Reader. I
Mrs a K Young C OF H.
of 12 hundred feet a good flow can 1 vou are in need of ready money, am
want to know all aliout the lx mt payfn;
lie struck. One man can see into buwlne-x
H arm ey lodge , no . 77, 1. o ,u f .
liefort* the public, send us you
• V?1* et °« Fellowe Hall, every Saturday.
address, anil we will mail you a docs
I. 3. Geer, N. O.
meut giving you all the jiarticuiara.
W. C. Byrd. Secy.
there is a governing principle that j
TRUE & CO., Box 400,
controls the opinion of tho«e ac
harney post no . 4M, g . a . R.
*” •"< M Wednesday of each
* .'¿J¡i L'W'1 '■•»ows’ Hall. All Comrade customed to such work.
■ ’ n*4 staodiag invitad.
pends very much upon the water
sheds surrounding a valley. My
U. a. MAII^.
t ’ «
opinion is that artesian waler can
■*- '•e'i»*i ivr. .
• ttawa— vali ;
lie found on the writ side of Harney ; _ t M . • J ------
Vrrlvasand departs dall y,
Valley than in any other pail of(
’««*•—OSNTOW CVTV :
»ftlvesaad Departs dally, aseept laadsy
•*••• *•*•'-■* —a « •—«. - mm f a. -n.
I the Valley.
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W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
Pleasant Club Rnn™
W. W. Johnson.