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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1895)
—J. F. Boyle, photographer, is
—The A.O. U W. of this place
installed at their last regular meet still here.
A rare opportunity |
At Jorgensons is the best lot of
all who have not
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 18:5
Holiday Goods for the price that
1 for one year beginning with Jan. already supplied themselves with
ever was put up for sale in Burns.
1 1895: II. M. Horton M. W.; Ed samples of his excellent work. Ito-
SAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
Go and see.
Walton, Foreman; John W. Sayer, j member his prices, $3.00 per doz. I
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
—Mrs. Mary Matthes, milliner,
R. 8.; W. Y. King. Financier; W. for cabinets. He guarantees
just received a stock of desira
C. Byid, Receiver; M. II. Brenton, please even themost fastidious.
millinery and holiday goods.
Guide, and Frank McClintic Ov-
—The World Almanac and en
Give her a call and examine her
cyclopedia for 1895, is the best
goods, she is satisfied she can please
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays oft —Troop A. O. N. G. will receive
reference book printed, it contains
her customers both in quality of
the month 11 a. m. and 'r ----- 1
ni’ in a short time 50 saddles with over 500 pages and treats of 1,400
wares and prices.
Narrows 2nd. Sunday, 11 a. m.and ; j bridles and halters, also 30 new
topics. Remember any one paying
7 p. m. Silver Creek 4th Sunday !
John Day flour at C. H. Voegtly’s
sabersand a supply of leggings or the subscription price for the H eb
11a. m.and 7 p. tn
Harney 5lh , over socks used now bv cevalrv in
for sale at $5 50 a barrel, cash
alp and 10 cents extra will get this
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p- m and . ste.nl of high topped boots form* rly I valuabie Cncvcl< pedia
This offer holds good for the next
and the A pure
' Tartar Powder.
‘ . Free
Thru •sdays at 7 p. m. before the 1st. used. Lent. Joy wishes the com
H erald for one year, bend or from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
ami 3rd Sundays, Poison Creek pany to meet at the armorv hall
C. II. VoEeri.Y,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
; bring in your subscription.
Thursday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and | next Sunday at the regular hour
1 The two most formidable eandi-
—The burn-out at Long Creek , dflteg for readi|)g e|erk of (he senate
R ev . G ibson ,
! are J. B. Huntington of Harney
reminds us of the
For Chop Feed. Grain and Flour
A Legislative Session
J bustle, excitement and determin (Countv and Press Worthington of
go to the North Meat Market. *
| ed move, of our town and citv , (jlnatilla County.—Sun.
I provokes more newspaper comment
L oyd C ulp ,
"dads” some time since, to protect1
V an . Oregon, Jan., 9tb. '95 than almost anv other subject of.
The last two
—Just as We are going to press
Oregon law making bodies afforded
—Get one of I. S. Geer A Co’s,
we hear that Grand ma Smyth is As usual, in our town, this great of snow.
demonstration, ended in a. ♦’fizzle”.
premium purchase tickets. This
dead. N > particulars.
Harvey Middlesworth arrived
cussion, and the next general as- firm agrees to give the holder of
— Billy Buffington came in yes
' here from John Dav this week
it now looks as if we are awaiting
sembly will be no exception to the such tickets a fine life size Crayon
terday al'n i noon for Dr. Marsden to
____ Whatever occurs the public Portrait absolutely free of any
goto Diamond valley to see the j this bitter lesson taught by exper
s ized smile since the 9J lb knows that the Daily and Weekly charge, by purchasing $20 worth
widow Smj th who is. again, very
and dollars cost.. We dug a lot of bov arrived at his house last Sat | capjta) Journal of Salem will give , of goods for cash at their store. It
, correct reports of its work as well is not necessary that the whole
wells on the fiont streets, the back urday night
—Mr. Cal Geer received the in streets the bv-ways and back a Leys,
People are taking advantage of as intelligent discussion of the ; amount, should be purchased at one
telligence of the death of bis father, and we presume the idea is ir: case
the tine sleighing.
( same. If you want to know what time, but any amount from 5 cents
w hit h wasnot unexpicted,as theold I
of’ tire to tend some one down with 1
is done, how it is done, and why, to $20 as explained upon the tick
Mr. J. P. Gearhart has been oc-
gentleman had been suffering from a bucket to hand up the buckets of]
vou should read the Capital Journal ets.
cupving his new house for some
partial paralysis for more than a water to those waiting
It is the first One Cent Daily pub
year, Lesidis I i was an old man. -1 hem.
lished on the Pacific coast, and is
Mr. Anderson is about ready to conducted in the interest of the
—John Jordan, who liv<s in* the ' —The county court during this ■
into Lis new dwelling
people. The Daily will be sent you
Lawen neighborhood, mm t be a ter.n has been busy examining the
V anity .
a year for $3.00, four months for
knocker in m "away back” we UH reports of road supervisors. The '
In the matter of the Estate of T.
$1 00 per year. Like the Daily it 11. Glaze, deceased.
derstand ! e knocked "out” si X ai. point meat of Stock Inspector, has
is payable cash in advance, and no
Notice is hereby given that the
young men at a dance recently ill not ' el been mtide, though the court
has been unpointed by
that m i; o) i r Imod, and asked tht i formed us yesterday the appoint-l
of Harney county
Positively "no pay no
crowd to send out a few more if niciit would be made as soon as the!
Petition granted and Har- paper.” The Journal is a nioderi
there were any within who needed court could get to it, that then . | o id
strator of the estate ofT. 11. Glaze,
I vt-v Dixon, L Harkey and Chas ' newspaper run on modern methods
"were onlv 1<5 applicants, and also
ler appointed viewers.
All persons indebted to said Estate
—Sylvia Lodge No 43 I) of R. J sai I J. Durkheimer was in the
The report of road district No 13 the people editorially as well as it ire requested to settle the same
l.O. O F. installed the following I lead, Broady Johnson behind but
Simon Lewis, -«verseer appr
a business sense. Its editor being mmediately. and those having
officers for the ensuing term at their not on account i f size, but his peti
'I he rep< rt of road district No. 7, a member of the lower house, his laims against theestnte will present
hem to me, at rnv residence in
regular meet'ng: Lucy Rusk, N. lion was mostly signed by editors
J. W. Buchanan supervisor. appr [editorial work will be doubly inter ‘buns, Oregon, with the proper
G ; Francis Brenton, V. G.; M.
' L j printers, church goers and Sunday
The report of road district No. 9, esting this winter. Order it a* muches attached.wit bin six months
Lewis, IL S.; S. E. Joy, P. *8. and.
teachers and there is too
..... j school
rom the first publication of this
F. A McGee, Treas
I much truth in that class of people J. P. Gearhart supervisor,continued. | once.
-A deer |>»i.l this town „ visit |10 ,beir
Dated December 5th 1894.
19 I P Gearhart supervisor, con
Sab in, Ore
H. K elley ,
last Monday, passing on down the' * ',zl?erd’^ ls tall enough to till the j'
of T. II.
. requirements of
lane towaid the saw mill. Quite
i The report of road district No. 4.,
i wide enough out, the objection to 1
—John Sweitzer,carpen ter, under
a muni er of persons armed them
l J. T. Barnes overseer appr.
lawyer Sweek is his profession, as
selves with winchesters and started
Report of John WitzeJl road taker and cabinet-maker. 11 is work
1 the tendency in the profession is to
in pursuit of his deer ship but fail
| supervisor road district No. 2. shop is the old.restaurant building X OT I < ’ E—TIM B E R C U LT U R E.
| pocket as much of the proceeds as
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his w«»rk ai
ed to get a shot at him.
U. S. Land <)flice,
i their legal ability acquires. In
ReportofW. B. Johnson supervis- I prices to suit th* hard times. Cot'
Dei . 15, 1894.
—There is great hopes that J. N. i the Judge told us that 174 out of
_ i or road district No. I, appr
Nsliceis hereby given that Jesse
Dolph will be defeated in ‘.he race I 175 applicants must be disnppoint-
The report of road district No. Id lice partly for work and balance in T. Kuhl has filed notice of intention
for senatorial honors. There are j ed. Many citizens think the delay
to make final proof before P. L.
5, J Ii. Cross supervisor appr.
three candidates, Dolph, Fulton, jn the appointment is a put up j
Shideler. Co. clerk, Harney County
• _i. i....------
....... court and
and Tongue, the two latter are sil job between
Or., at his office in Burns, on Sat
ver candidates, and of course one of1 sheriff Gittings, the excitement
Weekly Weather Report.
urday the 9th day of Feb. 1895, on
I A man who stops his paper be
timber culture application No. (»12,
the two will withdraw and it is and anxiety of the applicants is
. , -n c .i
i cause there is something in it he
for the NEj SW4 SE| NWj A lots
positively asserted the other will he likely to craze
i least 150 of them, »
4 Sec 15, Tp 30 S R 33 E.
. 4 aboye
elected, as thesilvtr n en have the which is i
names as witnesses: C. Cum
judge and doctor, he that as it may y tent, get up and leave the hotel ta -phursdav. . 48.
William Phelps, and B
. . we are terribly interested in l t|ie ble if he happens to discover on ni Friday *....39.
— I he Sun says as the senatori-'
.kA«; ; matter and so is all the women, bill of fare something that does not Saturday
Horton, of Burns. Ore.
al fight draws nearer the Anti-
suit Ins taste- He would l>e just as | Sunday .... 29
W. A. W ilshire ,
TA . , r
... children and women’s husbands,
Dolph forces are giowing more jubi
... consistent in one act as in the other, I M°n(iay • ■ •
The opposition to Dolph, is but we sincerely hope Broady will
A good newspaper is a (nil ot taie
b< coming serious to the friends of get, the office
of mental food for as many tables |
the gold-1 ug senator, and Dolph
as possible, and the reader ought!
himself is getting very uneasy.
La Grande, January 3.—By the
The legislators who have arrived earnest work of the relief committee to know that the article that does (
ar.d oppose Dolph are confident and
La Grande the Commercial not suit him is perhaps just the
happy, and many of them go so far of
league has secured ccntributions of i taste ot every other reader of the
as to confidently predict his defeat.
His counsellors heretofore have 120.000 pounds of provisions from paper says an exchange. The
I < en Geo. A. Steel, John P. Ward citizens here for Nebraska sufferers. . man who insists on having a papir
John A Carr, he has recruited the On Monday there will be forwarded to his individual taste should buy
ci uncil Ly calling to his assistance
the material and edit one for him
Dr. Watts, General O’Dell and from La Grand six carloads, being self and ask no one else to read it BURNS,
Colonel Lang. A further evidence,
LEE LUCAS, P roprietor
of the reality of the situation, and of choice vegetables and a car of
the uncertain giound upon which lumber donated by the Grande $5, $10 amt £20 Genuine Confed
¡erate Bills oulv Acts each; $100
he is standing is the refusal-of the Round« Lumber Company.
This large and comfortable hot- 1 is w< 11 furnished and the proprie
¡arid $50 bills 10 its each. 25 and
Multnomah delegation to sign ai
tor uses every eff< rt possible to make his guests feel at home
pledge to stand by him. He has al-1 The town of Island City, Elgih 50 ct shinplaeters ten cts each.
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market af
Sent ■<• fords.
so resorted to the expensive cam- and Summerville put in two ch re of and $2 bills 25 cts each
paign mepsure of "setting up” contributions. The six cars will be 'purely sealed on receipt of price.
Give Mr Lucas a call ami v feel assur’i <1 you will com
«• to be
lurches at the different clubs and properly labled with printed signs, ' Addr.es. CHAS. B. BARKER nie guest when in town.
West Atlanta, Ga.
eating houses of the city