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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1895)
—Thoma, Vickers, o, Harney,
= Ball at the Armory Hall Feb. 14th.
—W. N. Jorgenson has just re
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 00 18*
1895. Notice ad. in thi,
ceived a supply of first class violins,
_ The liftU
' R<)KN~To Mr- and Mrs. I. 8
violin bows, and a very excellent
“gem” in e erv
J“ °°n’ 18 u t Geer’ on lhe evening of the 22nd
selection of violin and guitar
«AS TIIE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
gem m every particular. Bob I inst a baby boy
Reed proprietor. Bob says, “come i
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THI8 COUNTY.
A. Venator, Geo. Morgan, Prof.
_ ■ and see me”.
—Mrs. Mary Matthes, milliner,
McCann and wife. Judge Ruther-
just received a stock of desira
—The coldest weather of the win- ford and O. J. Darst
millinery and holiday goods.
.ter here, has been the last week.
¡town since our last issue,
her a call and examine her
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of The minimumMhermometer regia
goods, she is satisfied she can please
tered 27 degrees below zero on the I ~T‘e. 8enalorial situation
the month 11 a. m. and 7 p. mJ
her customers l>oth in quality of
night of the 26th.
¡practically unchanged, Dolph
Narrows 2nd. Sunday, 11 a. m. and
wares and prices.
not enough to elect. Dolph
7 p. no. Silver Creek 4th. Sunday
Its a poor rule that don’t work ; are discouraged.
John Day fiour at C. H. Voegtly’s
----- i l,oth wa-vp; “just SO,”says tlie toper, i
11a. m. and 7 p. in Harney
sale at $5 50 a barrel, cash.
—The firm of I. S. Geer & Co
ta^e whiskey, straight, in winter
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. i ni and >
offer holds good for the next
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Thursdays at 7 p. m. before the 1st. to war‘O me and in summer to cocl have already received a supply of A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free I thirty days,
garden seeds. This firm will send from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
and 3rd Sundays, Poison Creek |Ine ”
C H. V oestly ,
out quite a number of circulars,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Thursday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and , -The mask ball at the Armory
the latter part of this week,
Hall to he given on the evening of_________ _______ _____
to the ranchers of our county, re-
R ev . G ibson , i the 14th of February will certainly lating to its prices for seed
For Chop F»ed. Grain and Flour
Pastor, be a success, > ev<‘ry effort to that send off for seed when you can get
A Legislative Session
to the North Meat Market.
¡eno is being made by the committee, just as good a quality at home and
L oyd C ulp ,
I provokes more newspaper comment
|1 he very best music will be pro for the same price
' than almost anv other subject of
i vided for the occasion.
• J I'. Boyle, photographer, is public interest.
The last two
—27 degrees below zero on
— 1 he ballet in the ser.atoiial1 still here.
—Get one of I. S. Geer A- Co's.
A rare opportunity Oregon law making bodies afforded
: contest at Salem last Saturday con- ■¡is
’ presented to all who have not much material for interesting dis i premium purchase tickets. This
—John Muldrick of Canyon City,, vinced Dolph, probably the first in already supplied themselves with
cussion, and the next general as firm agrees to give the holder of
is registered at the Burns.
that neither himself, nor samples of his excellent work.
R®‘ sembly will be no exception to the J such tickets a fine life Bize Crayon
Ranchers report stock doing very | the ring, can control the members member his prices. $3.00 per doz. ru]p Whatever occurs the public P“r,rrtiti ab801u,ely freo of
, of the legislature, who wish to serve ' for eabinets. He guarantees
well this cold weather.
knows that the Daily and Weekly 1 i charge, by purchasing $20 worth
the people and are determined to please even themost fastidious,
| Capital Journal of Salem will give of goods for cash at their Btore. It
—J. F. Mahon was in town two
is not necessary that the whole
faithfully perform that duty in the'
—The World Almanac and en correct reports of its work as well
or three days of the last week on
amount should be purchased at one
election of a U S. senator.
cyclopedia for 1895, is the best, as intelligent discussion of the
time, but any amount from 5 cent«
reference book printed, it contains I same. If you want to know what
to $20 as explained upon the tick
last Friday afternoon a live mill over 500 pages and treats of 1,400 is done, how it is done, and why, ets.
Haggerty, the latter a teacher now
teaching the school in the Lawen
7* 'T'1 “’i T' •
°I"!toPic8- . Remember any one paying you should read the Capital Journal
district, were in Burns last Satur- ^ “"0 ‘,,t d8 and district indebted , the subscription price for the H er It is the first One Cent Daily pub
day and Sunday
> ”et’8' According to
statement. A ld and 10 cents extra will get this lished on the Pacific coast, and is
'made by school clerk, Horace' valuable encyckpedia and the conducted in the interest of the
—Mies Clara Stenger left here, Dillard, $900 wdl pav the indebted-. H erald for one year. Send or
a year for $3.00, four months for
last Monday on the Canyon City *’ cess of the district including the in- I bring in your subscription.
In lhe matter of the Estate of T.
$1.00 per year. Like the Daily it H. Glaze, deceased.
stage for Baker Citv, where she will terest on bonds. The assessable
—Senator Gowan has intro- is payable cash in advance, and no
Notice is hereby given that the
he a pupil in the ‘‘Sister’s School” property in the district amounts to
undersigned has Deen appointed by
until the expiration of the present $178,640 a five mill tax will a-
the county court of Harney county
senate, since our last issue viz: one. | expjreB
Positively “no-pay no Oregon, Sitting in probate, admin
mount to $893.20 so if the whole of
—Our Marshal is having some] the levy is collected we will be a- ' i for the relief of Harney for tax as- papeI ” The Journal is a modern istrator of the estate of T. H. Glaze,
sessed which could not be collected, ’ 1 newspaper run on modern methods. deceased.
trouble collecting hotel assessments. hout even with the world regarding
one by reason of erroneous assessment. [t is conducted in the interest of All persons indebted to said Estate
The hotelB argue that hoarding! district indebtedness, about
Mr. Gowan asked the unanimous the people editorially as well as in are requested to settle the same
houses have the same right to pav i
J consent to introduce a bill, provid- a business sense. Its editor being immediately, and those having
claims against theestate will present
license that hotels have.
a o graded school, a ft ineuioer
his them to me, at my residence in
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—The following resolution was in Burns Eastern Oregon. The bill j e(jitorial work will be doubly inter Burns, Oregon, with the proper
—We hope our school board of
l>v the Idaho House of rep- ofGowan No. 8 for a more efficient esting this winter. Order it at vouches attached,within six months
directors will now, as spring is
from the first publication of thia
organization of the militia. This | once.
nearly here, take immediate steps resentatives on the 25th inst;
Resolved, By the house of repre- corrects the repetitions and un-1
H ofer B ros ., Editors,
towords building the school house
Dated December 5th 1894.
H. K elley ,
the district is already bonded for sentatiyes of the state of Idaho, the certainties of the present law etc:
1» Ad ministator of the Estate of T. H.
and the money on hands. The ¡senate concurring, that cheer It also provides for the organization |
tax-payers does not want to pay i and greeting be sent to the mein- of the whole militia force wherij
hers of the legislature of the state necessarily called out which has
interest on money lying idle.
of Oregon who are opposing the re- not hitherto been done. Another taker and cabinet-maker. His work
—We see our senator records his I election of a United States senator bill by Gowan Incorporating the shop is the old restaurant building NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE.
vote every “rattle from the box” in opposed to the unrestricted coinage town of Burns. Gowan Providing Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at
U. S. Land Office.
favor of Mr. Dolph. We do not t of flilver gnd who ¡g |)Ot the choice for crinjnal trials on information prices to suit the hard times. Cof
Lakeview, Oregon, Det. 15, 1894.
know anything of the personal of the maJorjty of the electors of _ Gowan—Amending sections of fins made to ordep. Will take pro
Nstice is hereby given that Jesse
duce partly for work and balance in T. Kidd has filed notice of intention
friendship existing between the two, the said state of Oregon.
the criminal code.
but we do know that members of
to make final proof before P. L.
School superintendents have been ca-*h.
—Some little time since a state-
Shideler. Co. clerk, Harney County
our legislature are elected to serve
* ' in i a Baker City notified
Or., at his office in Burns, on Sat
the element by whom <
urday the 9th day of Feb. 1895, on
ire ■ paper, concerning a
Personal likings and dis-likings are
timber culture application No. (512,
PfJ being left by one Stein
not the component parts to L
for the NE4 SW$ SEJ NWj <fc lots
South Africa some time ago
3 and 4 Sec 5, Tp 30 8 R 33 E.
represented by a representative
only heirs to this fortune was two reason assigned is that there has
He names as witnesses: C. Cum
elected by the people to express
of the deceased, who were been but very few of the, 011-
William Phelps, and E. H.
their wants and work with a will nephews
; 3 of annual interest due January 1 on
o Diamond Ore. II. M
the time <
for what the electors desire. enatorial
i.,„.otters of »nd Whole«!» Doler» in «11 kind» -/
Horton, of Burns. Ore.
Eastern the state school fund now loaned
'his death, and living > >n
W. A. W'LSHIRE,
our readers know this sen—.....
Oregon. L,B.Stein, an old German 1 out paid in, and, owing to the hard Bit. 813.815,8X7 East Ctli Gt, Nsw Y or’-
district to be largely in favor of the
times, the Btate does not feel dis
f ee coinage of silver, then is Mr.
posed to push its collections,
— , as the
the Chas. Voegtly ranch, is
Gowan representing his constifuen
his broth- accounts are all good, and suing
the nephews, byt he says 1..
(L B would not hurrv matters, but pro-1
cy when he records his vote for U.
er is dead thus leaving him
8. senator directly in opposition to
heir to duce a lot of foreclosures with nol
Stein) the only surviving
this feeling of the voters of his dis
¿"happened . one to bid on the land. He is un-,
the large estate. It soj
our lthealtention wa8 not given to the ' able to say just when there wUl be,
ehould have been another apportionment,
county re] presentative puts himself
on record representing the true and now Mr. Stein is in somewhat P-obabilities are that H w.ll not be]
status of the two counties he is there of a quandary as to the time of his J for some time—Sun
to represent. What would Oregon
uncle’s death his P.O.Address at
think of her assembly sending a the time etc
He knows his uncle [
LEE LUCAS, P roprietor
gold standard representative toU. went to South Africa, but has heard
8. senate when three fourths of her nothing of him since, until this re
This large and comfortable bote! is well furnished and the proprie
voters are bitterly opposed to a port of his death and leaving his Wednesday .32.......... 25 belew
every efkrt possible to make bis guests feel at home
Thursday . 29..........
single gold standard?
standard ( And
Anu more- r
supposed living, two Friday .. • • .27.......... 20
The table is at all times supplied with everything the market af-
over, what w.ll be
Th, newep.per fratern- Saturday
*¿9 ........ 9
' ° Give Mr. Lucas a call and we feel assured you will continue to bo
the«- repeated blow, atthe wanlsof
,„irt Mr. Stein Sunday.... 27 . -- 27 C«
people, given by 1.» rn.lt«.
“.tlXd .. 1-1
his guest when in town.
Monday... • 20..........
are elected to do one thing but do
Tuesday ... 31 . -- 12