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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1895)
VOL. V 1 I I.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JAN. 23 1895,
W. C. BYRD S, SON
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“ As old as
SIMMONS the hills” and
ed. “ Tried
and proven ”
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
I y Liver
can pin your
faith-' for a
c-t thio, act
on the Liver
a n d Kid
ney?. Try it.
Sold bv all
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or in Pow ler
e.i <i ■ ur . hi i ',n;• -.i 'ea.
Resolved, That each assessor in
the state be furnisned with b copy
I of this resolution and the proceed
ings of this convention; and that
1 each assessor should send to the
chairman of the legislative commit
tee an estimate of the amount of
salary he should receive for assess
ing and for census work; and we
recommend that each assessor con
fer with his county court as to the
advisability of a salary systeui.
It is also recommended by this con
vention that the making of the tax
roll and all duplicates should be
, made by the assessors.
J as . A. S terling , President,
W m . B eeson , Secretary
World both for $2 25 a year. Take
advantage of this oiler and get
your own local paper and the
Twice a-Week World at this special
T he H erald . f I
A good ranch belonging to II. G.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
miles south east of Burns. This
ranch has alnm-t 100 acres of good
meadow land. Price $800 or will
trade for sheep.
. B yrd & K ing .
W. L. D ouglas
S3 SHOE «1? J«’“3«.
H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
The “Oregon Commercial Co.,”
have this day bought the entire
business of the “Oregon Construc
tion 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
II. M. S teel , President.
J. II. A itkin , Vice Pres.
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
Oregon Commercial Co., per J.
S ilver L ake , Jan. 7th, ’95. |
FRENCH ACNAMuLIXD CALF.
E d . H erald ; I will write you
;4.s3S F ine C alf &I( anc . wo (1 .
1 wk j 2 wk j 1 mo j 3 mu j 6 mo
1 1 -vr 1
the terrible dis
$3.GO POLICE, 3 SOLES.
! inch $1.50 $2.50
0.50 12 o)
aster which occurred in our midst
J 4 50
GOO 10.00 *20.00
Christ.nas eve at the Christmas
‘J. 00 15.00 28.00
' . OUR MIND
1 12.00 10.00 *28.00 48.00
80.00 r.o o >
tree gathering. There were 16
1 •• ( 20.00 30 U0 40.00 60.00 110 00 140.uo
r Liver '! -'.I
women 16 children and 8 men
Is In rd work compared with
I ? it • .¡»n’l • i' ’ .
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
I burned to death. Twenty-one who
chanci ng the appearance of your
-ib- '¡t a
• !l n<
. \\ . J ACK •escaped death were, Bomu of them,
Over One Million Pcoplo wear the
Of every descript Ion executed with iieatm ss
« ■* I » >11
sud despatch, ai reasonable rates
' badly burned, 8 out of the number W. Lo Doughs $3 & *4 Stoes
I seriously. Though at this time Ail our shoes cro cqti’Ky ent isfcctory
N. te Heads,
give tho beet vatao for t’-o i~oncy.
'all are doing well and hopes enter They
They equal custom chocs In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities aro unsurpassed.
tained of the final recovery ofthem
T he H erald is kept regularly on tile for re
The prices are urlfom,—Btcmpcd cn sole.
ference, in the Geo. 1*. Rowell Newspaper Au-
From $i to $3 coved over other mrk s.
Several were injured and badly
vsrtisiu ■ Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
If your dealer cannot supply you wo can. Sold by ,
We acknowledge the receipt from bruised by falling or rolling down
Wanted, agent to
Wm. B ■ eson t-ecretary of t<he asses-- stairs, in the Jmrr-.^confu^ion and talp- exclusive hale for this vicinity. Write
ors convention, of the report of the i excitement some lost their footing at once.
convention, anti following we give tumbling down the stairs resulting
Lasts Seven times longer
as much of the proceedings as we in bruises and hurts.
.........Grover Cleveland |
Looks Seven times better rhan
.. .. Aillai Stevenson ' think will be of interest to our read-
Secretary of state
I (’omegys of Diamond Valley your
. Walter Q. Greshatn ,
Seven times cleaner Stove
Secretary of Treasury
.. John G. Carlisle i ers:
county, was one among the num
iaeretarv of Interior . ... .................. Moke Smith
Two tiin**s cheaper
Secretary of War
... Daniel 8. Lamont
The fallowing change in the pres ber that was very much bruised
secretary of Navy ...............
.. Hilary A. Herbert
About Two tin.es handier
8e cretary of Agriculture. ...
. .J. Sterling Morton ent assesment laws were suggested
It requires much attention and
Attorney General ...............
Richard 8, Oltiey
o o o
. .. . .. Wilson 8 Bissell and a committee of five
appointed, I many nurses to care for the lin-
If votir grocer doesn’t keep it,
consisting of Sterling, Greenleaf, I fortúnales who are suffering withj
J. N. Dolph
8eu at ort>
Ask your dealer for them Send for
J. II.Mitchell. Wakefield, Parker an«I jYocum
ns his name with ioc and
to burns and bruises. Several ladies'
Ferry*« Seed Ariniuil for 1S95.
( Binger Hermann ■
k Invaluable to all plantersand lovers
i.ir e bo; and a valuable
act in conjunction with a commit are here from Paisley and Sum
of Fine Vegetables and Beatitlful^fl
t W. R. Ellis
Flowers. Write for it —Free.
... C. M. Idlemuu
G.milv liuuse'iold book free.
1>. M. I It li V A < O.,
Wm P Lord tee appointed from the State Board
mer Lake in the capacity of nurses, j
Secretary of State
. Il R Kincaid
the About $400 was donated to help'
. .Phil. Mets« han of Equalization, to urge upon
iupt. Public Instruction.
... G M Irwin
Da rían Co., Agts.,
W H Leeds coming legislature the importance pav funeral expenses,
519 MONTGOMERY ST., S. F.. CAL.
". 8. Bean.
of an improvement over our present cine and employ physicians. The
! > R.
F. A. Moore
winter has been disagreeable and
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
1st., As it requiers one or two very windy, though not extremely
district Judge .................... D .. . M. D. C liffon » I
Janies A. Fee.
assessor to become cold. Snow has fallen several
.1. I,. Hund years for the
foiut-Repieseututive ..(11) , .O. L. Patterson.
Joint-Senator ................. (R)................. A. W.Cowan
i times hut soon went off. The roads
are very fine. We have no outside
2nd., That the number of rolls be news the talk is entirely of the
u'ounty o idge.................................. C. I’. Rutherford.
Jlerk......................................... (D)............ P..I,. sliideler
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
two, dead and injured, the citizens from
1.8. Geer reduced so as not to exceed
lurvevor............................................... T. A. McKinnon
besides a suntmery of the roll be far and near are helping to care for
iherilT...........................................(R)................ A. Hittings
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
....(D).............. s. W. Miller
School Superintendent . .(R)
..C has . Newel furnished the Secretary of State.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
3rd., That the law for the collect those who lost friends. But it is
• «R? S
ion of poll tax he so amended as to better that we should t’'rn our at Stages Leave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate point*
HAKNKY U. 8. LAND OFFICE:
allow the road supervisor to collect tention to the busy world and try Pare $5.
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
. .Thomas Jones
............................... A. A. Cowing and apply it on the roads, or to ex to forget our losses, a life of weep Ben Brown, local agent for contractor,
clude a man from the right of fran ing will do the dead no good.
chise, that is subject to a pull tax
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 43.
« unless he produces his receipt at the
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Lucy Rusk. N.G.
M L I,ewin. Rec. Sec’y.
4th., That all work pertaining to | The recent change made by the
assessments be done under the New York Weekly World in issu
A. O. U. W. Burns Lodge, No. 47
supervision of the assessor
Meetsevery 2d and 4th Thursdays.
ing two papersa week in place of one
H M Horton, M. W.
J. W Sayer, Rec'd
is meeting with great favor
The peopk appreciate the change
BUBNOsIA HONOR Lodge, N o . »
are taking advantage of it.
Meets everv 2d and 4tb Monday.
Mrs, Sayer C or H.
this meeting that the assessor’s
Keep informed of what is going
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
office should be put on a salary and on in the world and particularly in
HARNEY 1X1DGE, NO. 77. I. O O F.
■Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday,
that the assessor’s salary should be your own country.
Congress is i
T:3J p m,
J. C. Wooly N. G.
W. C. Bvrd, Secy.
put on an equality with the other i now in session. Every movement
county officials in accordance with will be of the greatest interest.
HARNEY POST NO. 4S. G. A. R.
Meetsevery 1st and 3d Wednesday of each the amount ot work done and that
( Keep abreast of the times by read
nonth, at O ld Fellows' Hall. AU Comrads
la good standing invited.
census work he paid one-third ad ing the
The Best Brands
New Billiard Table
ditional to the regular salary; as t WORLD—two papers a week—104
Pleasant Clnh Rnnm
U. 8. MAILS.
upon an examination of the census . papers a j ear for only $1.00.
roll it was cohsidered that double I Arrangements have been made
yrrivessnd departs dally,
the amount of field work will de by which we can furnish this paper see me
Arriverand Departs daily, except Hunday
W. W. Johnson.
I required, it is further
land the Twice-a-Week New York