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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1895)
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, ie
j still here. A rare opportunit
Schedule of Expenditures of Harney County State of Oregon, con- is presented to all who havsFnot
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1815
taming the amount of claims presented and filed against
Bt the County
County,, u|rea(iy supplied themselves with
HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
nr* I till* taxr
the County Court of said County, at the adjourned November
of member his prices, $3.00 per doz.
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
Beid Court, 1894.
Am’t. Claimed Ain’t. Allowed, for eabinets. He guarantees to
$ 83.33 please even tbemost fastidious.
1 Chas P Rutherford 1 mos salary as County Judge. $ 83.33
R R Sitz, Mileage and per diem Co Comr,
A B Marks,
A.Venator was in town last P I. Shideler, 1 mos salary as Co Clerk,
At Jorgensons is the belt lot of
H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
C E Kenyon 1
Goode for the price that
—Ike Foster and Tom Allen J M Vaughn *•
“ Dep “
were in to the Masonic blow out.
27.60 Go and see.
Samuel King Jurors fees Oct Term
'LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
Our creditors are crowding us.
NOV 19, 1894.
Cawlfield of the Narrows and
Notice 1« her« by given that the following
14 80 and money we have got to have I named
“ before Grand Jury, 14 80
settler hag filed notice of hia intention
Marion Horton, of Diamond, took J R Gould, jailors fees, Chas. Nelson,
600 and everv bodv known them selves «•» •••»ke
_ hi» claim,»nd
nr.tof will be made before Register
, * _
I, • that »aid proof
in the Masquerade last night.
Dike Jameson, guarding records court room,
indebted to the firm of Caldwell & land
Hum» Oregon, oil
on Dee 27, 1894.
'via- J amkh L. V arik «.
J. B. Huntington, board of J. Parton, indigent,
nd. No. 4x1 f. r the s>$ nej < and s*., nwu
Public installation of the officers Louisa Racine, board of II. C Payne, iudigent,
I See. 4, Tp '24 8 R Bl K
Heiiameethe folowing witnesse» toprove
of Harney Lodge No.77 I O.O. F C A . Sweek, att’y fees on co court,
, I hi" eontiuuou* reaidende upon and cultivation
of »»id land, vi»: e . k . Alien. Baxter r Por-
2 50 will be put in an attorneys hands |1er,
Burns Oie.next Tuesday evening Mr. Lucas, cleaning court house,
Peter Clemen», of Ktirn» Oregon. Owen
Shingled«« ker, of Harney Oregon.
at the Military
C.W. M. H Brenton, team and man hauling sand,
THOMAS JONES. ResUteor.
L ee C aldwell . I
J. P Gearhart, extra work on road diet. 9,
Parrish will deliver the oration.
John Sayer, lumber for road diet. 3,
—Mrs. Mary Matthes, milliner are-
G.W.Noble of Paulina Beaver Fred Bliss, damage by change of road,
R. M. S teel , President.
192.50 hBB jU8t received a stock of desira
Creek, Crook county, registered at G. W. Young, aline, on C. H. & V. as per agreement
J. H. A itkin , Vice Pres.
P. L. S hideler , Clerk.
ble millinery and holiday goods
The Burns this morning. Mr
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
By C. E. K enyon , Deputy.
j Give her a call and examine he
Noble has just returned from the
Commercial Co., per J.
? goods, she is satisfied she can pleas«
east where he has been with horses,
her customers both in quality o
and reports the market very dull.
wares and prices.
Young Parker who was sent
from thia county to the insane asy his son and sister in the building Capital Journal of Salem will give. John Da-V fiour at C H-
/ OUR (WIND
correct reports of its work as well1 for 8a,e at $5 50 a barrel, cash CHANGING
lum just on® year ago, is here consumed by fire.
A large crowd had assembled in as intelligent discussion of the This offer holds good for the next Is hard work compared with
again in charge of Mr. Swain
this is the second or third time the Crisman hall, because of a same. If you want to know w rhat I thirty days.
C. H. V oeotly , changing the appearance ot your
Parker has made his escape from | Xmas tree festival, While every 1 is done, how it is done, and whv,i
the asylum and come home, It is - one present, children and grown ' you should read the Capital Journal.
now getting rather monotonous and persons were enjoying themselves, It is the first One Cent Daily pub
expensive to this county and we little ¡thinking of what a dreadful lished on the Pacific coast, and is
For Chop Feed. Grain and Flour
think the asylum officials should calamity was about to befall them, conducted in the interest of the go to the North Meat Market.
be warned and entreated to keep a some one in order to get a better people. The Daily will be Bent you
L oyd C ulp , CTS. 'OTO VE
careful watch over Mr. Pai ker so ai- view of what was going on, climbed a year for $3.00, four months for
on a bench so as to get higher up, $1 00 per year. Like the Daily it
to keep him there until cured.
his head struck a lamp overturning is payable cash in advance, and no
—Get one of I, 8. Geer &
—Information received from our
paper will be sent after your time premium purchase tickets. ThisLasts Seven times longer
Assessor, Samuel Miller, who re
Of course the oil immediately expires.
Positively ?‘no-pay no-. firm !igrce8 to give the holder of Looks Seven times better Than
turned home, from Salem last Mon took fire.ar.d everything inthe room
papei.” The Journal is a modern >such (ic|<et8 a fine ]jfe 8ize CrayonAbout Seven ,tirnes cleaner Stove
day where he had been attending
being dry, the room Was soon a newspaper run on modern method«. I portrait absolutely free of anyAbo,lt 'Pwo tinies cheaper Polish
the State Assessor’s Convention.
mass of flames. Soon all was con It is conducted in the interest of charge, by purchasing $20 worthAbuut L>o times handier
When Mr. Miller left the convention
fusion and excitement, There being the people editorially as well as in of goods for cash at their store. It
o e •
had not. gotten through with the
on » one door of egress, men women a business sense. Its editor being is not necessary that the wholelf your grocer doesn’t keep it,
entire business before it. The state
and children made for this one a member of the lower house, his amount should be purchased at onesend us his name with 10c and
board af equalization, reduced the
place of exit, many were trampled editorial work will be doulr ly inter time, but any amount from 5cents2;et a large box and a valuable
assessment on horses, in this county
under foot in the head long rush to esting this winter. Order it at to $20 as explained upon the tick- amily household book tree.
10 per cent, cattle 5 per cent and
the door. The fire was between once.
sheep 20 per cent. Mr. Miller
H ofer B ros ., Editors. |
Donnellan & Co., Agts.,
the majority of the crowd and the
speaking of the office said he did door, and many persons were so
11 9 MONTGOMERY ST.. 8. F„ CAL.
not while at the convention urge excited they rushed into the flames.
the necessity of the office being a The report now is 41 persons were
—John Sweitzer, carpenter and
pallaried one. Though when the
burned to death and 15 injured, cabinet-maker. His work shop is I
question was brought up, he did not probably the half of the injured | the old restaurant building
In lhe matter of the Estate of T.
H. Glaze, deceased.
make any objections. Mr. Miller will die. The dead are:
< Sweitzer guarantees his w<vk at
Notice is hereby given that the
reports lots of mud in the Valley.
J. J. Buick and daughter, Mrs prices to suit the hard times. Will undersigned has been aupointed by
The snow extends on the route he
John Buick and two children, Mrs. take produce partly for work and the count» court of Harney county
came home, from hereto Pendleton. Owsley and two children, Mrs. balance in ca-d:.
Oregon, Sitt’ng in probate, admin
iRtrator of the estate of T. H. Glaze,
For the benefit of inquring friend Howard and two children, Mrs ■
,n sta0e Line
the following issubmited by finance Mary Snelling and child, W. O
All persons indebted to said Estate
committee on Christmas tree 1894: Hearst and wife, Mrs Labrie and
requested to settle the same I, contractor,
Weekly Weather Report
$65.50 < tw° children, Miss McCauley, Ed
immediately, and those having Oregon Express Co’s Exnres.
58 15 Brown, Frank West wife and two
claims against theestate will present
them to me, at my residence in City, and intermediate point».
Bal paid to P. L. Shideler
7 35 children, Mrs. Coshow, Mrs. Ella Wednesday . .24 ... . . 16 below
Burns, Oregon with the proper on Brown> Express Agent,
utfonnPH uzifhtn six
An itemized list of receipts and Ward and child, Robert Small, W Thursday. ..23 . . . 16 “
from the first publication of this*
expenditures together with sub C. Martin and wife, Mrs. Nettie Friday .....21... .. 22 «<
scription list, left with County'
Dated December 5th 1894.
.. 2 aboye
Clerk. P. L. Shideler. The amount
H. K elley ,
Mrs. Ward, lra Hamilton, Frank
of unpaid subscriptions is $6.50.
Administatorof the Estate of T. H.
Ross mother and sister, Mrs. Gus
Mrs. D. Gradon.
Mrs. M. N. Fegtly.
the following will die of their in
juries; Robert Snelling and sister
Horrible Disaster At Silver Lake Edward Payne and son. The hall
U. S. Land t^tfice,
In Lake County.
Lakeview, Oregon, De<. 15, 1894.
ing, the lower floor occupied by
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
,124.S3«’ F ine C alf !Jta<3A.ioa , Nstice ¡6 hereby given that Jesse
A man by the name of Harvey | Crisman Bros merchants.
$3.so POLICE,3 soles . T. Kidd has filed notice of intention
to make final proof before P. L.
an employe of Jas. Small near Sil.
Shideler. Co. clerk, Harney County
ver Lake, brought the news of the
at his office in Burna, on Sat
terrible holocaust which occurred provokes more newspaper comment
urday the 9th day of Feb. 1895, on
in Crisman’s dance hall at Silver than almost any other subject of
timber culture application No. 612, >
Lake on Xmas eye. Mr Harvey public interest.
The last two
for the NEi 8W’i SEi NWj A lots
■ 3 and 4 8»c 15, Tp 30 8 R 33 E.
came here in haste to overtake Mr. Oregon law making l>odi>-s afforded
Over One Million People wear the
Jas. Small his brother Geo and much material for interesting dis W. L. Doughs $3 & $4 Shoes I He names as witnesses: C. Cum
William Phelps, and R. H.
De) Bratton who were on their way cussion. and the next general as j All our shocaaracqu’diy csticfsctMy mins.
Brown, o Diamond Ore. H. M.
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er gWetbobert vjlttofor
to North Carolina with a hand of sernbly will
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Horton, of Burns. Ore.
They equal custom «hoe« In vtyle and flt.
»rearing quail tic» areunawported.
A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
horses. He brought the terrible * rule. ’
I inc prices nro unnorinpou m sole«
Register. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
l . « B to M r. Jas. Small of lhe loss of j knows that the Daily and Weekly ;
SCHEDULE OF EXPENDITURES
W. L. D
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.