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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JAN. 9
EVERY WEDNESDAY ;
W. C. BYRD à SON.
P roprietors .
One Year .............................................. |2.0u
8ix Month# ........................................... .1.00
HERALD CLUB LIST:
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Herald and Harper’s Weekly ............. 5.20
Herald and Harper’s Bazar.................. 5.20
Herald and Harper's Young People..........
Herald and Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
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“As old as
the hills" and
ed. “ Tried
¿REGULATOR is the verdict
o f millions.
S i m in o n s
lator ¡3 the
Z?/■/z? 4^» o n I y Liver
vlaC ' and Kidney
can pin your
faith for a
on tlie‘ Liver
a n d Kid-
no vs. Try it.
Sold bv all
or in Pow ler
ide into:t lea.
Digest of Land Decisions.
World both for $2 25 a year. Take
advantage of this offer and get
Furnished by W. D. Harlan, your own local paper and the
Land Attorney, Washington, D. C. Twice a-Week World at this special
T he H erald .
• A preference right of entry can
not be acquired through a fradulent
A good ranch belonging to II G.
and collusive contest.
containing 160 acres 12
The purchaser of a relinquesh
east of Burns. This
ment does not secure a preferred
right to enter lhe land covered ranch has about 100 acres of good
meadow land. Price $800 or will
trade for sheep.
B yrd & K ing .
A relinqueshment filled after the
initiation of a contest does not inure
to the benefit of the contestant
where it is found that it was not
filed as the result if the contest.
W. L. D ouglas
FIT FOR AKINS.
A stone quarry of common
building stone may not be entered
as a placer claim .
Ass’t Sec’y Sims.
H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
The “Oregon Commercial Co.,’’
have this day bought the entire
business of the ‘ Oregon Construo-
lion Co.” of this place including
Moneys, Accounts, Bills Receivable,
Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, Wood,
Farming Implements, Warehouse
and Real Estate. And assumed all
debts and liabilities of said "Oregon
Construction Co.,” and have Incor
porated with $50,000. Capital
stock fully paid in. The officers
R. M. S teel , President.
J. H. A itkin , Vice Pres.
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
Oregon Commercial Co., per J.
H. Aitkin, mgr.
FRENCH ACNAMCUXD CALF.
j4.$3.s_o H ne C alf &KANC,rn
*3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
WORKIN gm E n ’-
S2.$I? s BOYS'SCHOOL3HK1 Is Hartl work compared with
S ilver L ake , Ore Dec 25,’94.
i changing the appearance ot your
_<*p50$2 51 73
the worst calamities that could
Over Ono Million Poop! 3 wear tho
Of every description executed with neatness
»nd despatch, at reasonable rates.
' possibly befall a small community VZo L. Dotl?123 $3 & *4 Slices CTS
i like ours. You have probably al All our shoes cro
'■ • ‘PI
Note lleuda, Cards, Tieael*.
They givo tba beet valtto far fbor-or-y.
1 t- 1
They cqucl ctiston «Boca In rtyle ar.d tit.
vzearintj qualities are unsurpersed.
your readers, I mean the burning Thefr
T he H erald is kept regularly on "le for re
TI-.o prices cro u.rl’orct,—eftnped cn cole.
ference, in the Geo. I'. Rowell Newspaper Ad
of the Crisman hall on Xmas eve
vertising Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by | TEN
and'lhe awful lose of life, our en
tire neighborhood is in mourning,
Lasts Seven times longer
'and indeed, it is truly appalling.
Looks Seven times better Than
Seven times cleaner Stovt
court this i of this community were assembled
President ......................... .......Grover Cleveland j
I About Two times cheaper Polish
Adlm Stevenson ’
linthe Crisman hall enjoying the
Secretary of stale .......... Walter Q. Gresham , week.
About Two times handier
Secretary of Treasury
Ferry’s 8eeds at your dealers
. .. John G. Carlisle I
Secretary of Interior....... ............. Hoke Smith
—John Parker was again pro
o e •
r you got them direct from Ferry's Wk
Secretary of War
...... Duniel 8. Lamont
' Seed Farms.
__ of Navy............
............. Hilary A. Herbert nonneed insane and is now on his 1 imp exploded setting fire to the
If your grocer doesn’t keep it,
Secretary of Agriculture.
.J. sterling Morton
building, 40 lives were lost and
Attorney General .................Richuni S, Olney way to the asylum.
us his name with 10c and
Postmaster General............. Wilson S Bissell
many injured of whom several will
get a large box and a valuable
—T. A. McKinnon is giving en die. There was about one fouith
are known aud planted every- #
J. N. Dolph
family household book tree.
1 where, and are always the
J. H.Mitchell. tire satisfaction as proprietor of the
of the number present burned to
B best. Ferry’s Seed Annual
(Binger Hermann »
Burns Canyon mail route. His death.
Uongrcssmen ............ ........ (W. K. Kills
them, — Free.
. ........ R. E. Chamberlain.
Donnellan & Co., Agis.,
D. M. Ferry A Co.
are J. McKissic, Tom and
governor .................. ........ D.Sylvester Pennoyer
Secretary of State ...
.. . .R. ..Geo. W. McBride
519 MONTGOMERY ST., 8. F., CAL.
! dead: Mrs. John Buick and son,
Phil. Metschan. Ellis McKinnon.
Supt. Public Instruction R. ..J. B. McElroy
Itale Printer.................... R.. ... Frank Bakei
—Notice ad. of McKinnon and J. J. Buick and daughter, Mrs.
“. 8. Bean,
...J W im. P. Lord Kenyon. This firm is perfectly re ¡Owslev, Lillie and Bruce, Mrs
. > F. A. Moore
liable and we can safely and wuh Snelling, Mrs. Howard and two
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
hesitation recommend the firm children, Wood Hurst and wife,
James A. Fee.
District Attorney ............ .
J. L. Baud to the public.
Mrs. Curshaw, Frank West, wife
(R) ...O. I., Patterson.
foi ii t-Se n ator................(R)............. A. W .Cowan
two children, Ed Bowen and e
—The following are the muni i
COUNTY— harnky :
cipal officers of Prineville this M iss McCallv, Labrie’s child, Mr.
C. P. Rutherford.
P. L. Shideler . year. President cf the council, W. Ward sen, Mrs. Alshier, Frank
Clerk .......................... .(D).
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
Trenail rcr............. ...
1.8. Geer j
. T. A. Mc K in non A- Booth.
Van Horning, Mrs. Iavne, Nettie
(Ri ........... A. Glttingn
8. W. Miller derpool, S. 1. Belknap, Ed. N. Winkle.nan and child,
■ ID!. . .
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
«eli.iol superintendent .(R) .. .Cu as . Newe 1
......... R J. Ivers White and Frank Prine; Recorder,
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
A.B. Mark« M. II
C<» nun issi onora .......... ID)
Bell; Treasurer, John and wife, Mrs. Ella Ward ar.d
R. R. Sita.
Templeton; City Atty., W A. child, Frank Ross, mother and Stages Leave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate point*.
HARNEY V. 8. I.AND OFFICE:
child, Roy Ward’s ch'ld, Ira Fare $5.
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
Register ....................................... Thomas Jones Bell; Marshal, Joe Dobson.
....................... A. A. Cowing
Hamilton and Mrs. Gus Schroder Ben Brown, local agent for contractor,
and child. I will write you further
“Winter and “Summer” were particulars in a few days.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
< never more charmingly pictured
’ G. C. D
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Alice E. King, N.G.
E May Worthington, Rec. Sec’y. I Sarsaparilla Calander. This cal
The recent change made by the
ender is made in the shape of a New York Weekly World in issu
A. O. ü. W. Burns Lodge, No. 47
heart and is ornamented with two ing two papersa week in place of one
Meetsevery 2d and 4th Thursdays.
W. K. Uradon, M. W.
J. W 8a\er, Rcc’d child« faces, lithographed in bright is meeting with great favor
and natural colors, one peeping out,
The people appreciate the change
HCKNO n IA HONOR Lodge, N o . 3
are taking advantage of it.
Meets every 2d and 4lli Monday.
Mrs A E Young C or H.
daenty cap, and the oher lighted
Keep informed of what is going
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
up with all the glory of the summer on in the world and particularly in
HAkNEY MIDGE, NO. 77. I. O O F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday, sunShme. Tire usual information
your own country. Congress is (
7.1W V nt,
I. 8. Geer, N. G.
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
about the lunar changes and other now in session. Every movement
astrrnomical « vents is given, and will be of the greatest interest.
HARNEY POST NO. 43, G. A. R.
Meetsevery 1st and Rd Wednesday of each the calendar, besides being" a Keep abreast of the times by read
aonth. ar Odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrads
la good standing invited.
thing of beauty” is exhausted, siu ing the
The Best Brands
New Billiard Table
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and the Twice-a Week New York
W. W. Johnson.
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