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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1895)
in an’ h World both for $2.25 a year. Take H untington , Oreg , Jan. 26, ’94.
advantage of this offer and get
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
The “Oregon Commercial Co.,”
your own local paper and the have this day bought the entire
W. C. BYRD i SON
Twice a-Week World at this special business of the “Oregon Construc
T he H erald . • tion Co.” of this place including
P ublishers and P roprietors
Moneys, Accounts, Bills Receivable,
provokes more newspaper comment
than almost any other subject of A good ranch belonging to H. G. Merchandise, Lumber, Coal, Wood,
One Year ................................................
The last two Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 Farming Implements, Warehouse
Oregon law making bodi«n afforded miles south east of Burns. This and Real Estate. And assumed all
HERALD CLUB LIST:
much ma.terial for interesting dis- | ranch has about 100 acres of good debts and liabilities of said “Oregon
Herald and Ilarper’.- Magazine...
Herald and Harper’s Weekly ...
cussion, and the next general as-I meadow land. Price $800 or will Construction Co.,” and have Incor
Herald and Harper’s Bazar..................
porated with $50,000. Capita]
sembly will be no exception to the trade for sheep.
Herald and Harper’s Young People...
Rerald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
fully paid in. The officers
rule. Whatever occurs the public
each additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents! |
B yrd & K ing .
10 cents extra uer volume, postage.
knows that the Daily and Weekly
Copies of all the above works can be ex '
R. M. S teel , President.
Capital Journal of Salem will give
«mined at leisure in (he Reading Room.
J. II. A itkin , Vice Pres.
¡correct reports of its work as well
isSF" Publishers of periodicals are solicited
G eo . A. S teel , Secy.
.u sand - lubbing rates, a copy of their work for
■mr Free Reading R ioin—We file and bind the
Commercial Co., per J.
attur at close of every half-volume, e‘>d n«v <_■,
.same. If you want to know what
topics bv advertisement.
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H. Aitkin, mgr.
I is done, how it is done, and why,
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Jf every description executed with neatneaa
Over One Million People wear the
ion , Tacoma, Washington.
mil despatch, at reasonable rates.
Positively “no-pay no W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
unp i i r • I • i tv: upper. I paper.”
The Journal is a modern i All our shoes are equally ¿¿’¿^factory TEN
Note Heads, Cards, Tickets,
They give the best value for the money.
equal custom »hoea In style and fit.
newspaper run on modern methode. They
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
T he H buald is kept regularly on file for re-
prices are uniform,—stamped on sole.
It is conducted in the interest of The
'srence, ill the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
From Si to St saved over other makes.
rertisieg Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by CTS.
In a letter received from Jack ^be People editorially as well as in
Wanted, agoni to
Denig “ ------
Greg whose communications have a business sense. Its editor
sale for this vicinity.
appeared in several issues of the ,a member of the lower 1 house, his |,Bke” elusive
, , .
' H erald since he left here and went editorial work>will be doubly inter
Lasts Seven times longer
esting this winter. Order it at
President ....... . . .......... Grover, Cleveland i the following route he traveled to
JOHN F. STRATTON
Looks Seven times better Than
point in Canada where he row
fecretary of State
Walter y. ntcMDoon
About Seven times cleaner Stove
H ofer B ros ., Editors,
lecretarv of Treasury .. . .. John G. Carlisle I
This he wishes for the
tacretary of Interior
............ Hoke Smith lives
About Two times cheaper Polish
lecrstary of War
Daniel S. Lamont
Secretary of Navy_____ . _____
Herbert benefit of some parties who have
About 1 wo tin.es h.-.inlier
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in all klndtof
fecrctary of Agriculture.. J. Sterling Morton
Richard S, Olney asked him to write them particu
e o •
—Get one of I, S. Geer & Co’s, Violins. Guitars, Banjos, Accordeons, Harmoni
. Wilson S Bissell
larly the route he went.
premium purchase tickets. This
cas, tc., all kinds of Strings, etc., etc.
If your qrocer doesn’t keep it,
Beginning at. Boise City:
J. n . Dolph
firm agrees to give the holder of JOHN F.
us his nune with lot and
From Boise to ten mile 10 miles, such tickets a fine life size Crayon
j Binger Hermann
large bo and a valuable
(W. K. Ellis
C. M. I diem an fromtiieieto forksof the roadleading Portrait absolutely free of
riimily household book tree.
Wm P Lord
ÎÊcretary of State .
. II R Kincaid over mountain 20 miles, thence to I charge, by purchasing $20 worth |
Importer« of sad Who let ale Dealer? in nil kind? of
..Phil. Metsehan Canvon’Creek 10 miles, thence to
hiusscal . w:»n-<£L*i~ tsr,
tnpt. Public Instruction
Da?"cüan ¿i Co., Agis.,
of goods for cash at their store. It . dio,.
Guitars. Banjos. Kanrfc’hM, Ac: ord- nr..,
’ toj> houge Q miles, no toll to pav,
es. dc..dl kinds ci Cirinos. <-tc..etc.
MONTGOMERY ST.. S. F„ CAL.
inpreme Ju igea
./ I K Wm.
p . co
Lord I good grass to dead mans flat and amount should be purchased at one
F. A. Moore I .
plenty of water old irishman’s 6
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
time, but any amount from 5 cents
district Judge............ . D . . M. D. CLIFFOKu J miles, and Dixie creek 4 miles Lit
James A. Fee.
to $20 as exDlained upon the tick
J. 1.. Rand tle Caninas store, castle rock, cross
(R) . .O. L. Patterson.
loint-Seuator .............. (R).............. A. W.Cowan high prairie soldier and willow
creeks, rock big wood river, from
. ... C. P. Rutherford. the last named distance 73 miles,
For Chop Feed, Grain and Floury
(D).........P. L. Sbtdeler
(R.) i ............ I. S. Geer
to the North Meat Market.
iurveyor .............................. .. T. A. McKinnon
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
. .. A. Glttings below
L oyd C ulp ,
S. W. Miller
Ichool Superintendent ..(R)
..CHAB. Newel creek, dry creek little wood river,
Uoek I nspector ...
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
It. R. Sitz.
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Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
Carl "horbahn. Musical Director,
tance from last named miles 31. Standard
HABNEY U. 8. LAND office :
Next water cottonw’ood 15 miles.
Chicago, Ills. Anrll, 14, 1892.
Stages Leave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points.
Jlc-a. r-. John F Stratton
.... A. A. Cowing Thence io martin’s 10 miles, next
Dear Sirs —I am pleaseu to be able to Fare $5.
Leon Brown, Express Agent,
water Area's store 20 miles, the state that I can highly recommend your Rus Ben Brown, local agent for contractor,
sian Gut Strings f r durability i.nd tone.
next 25 miles, little lost river, 21
\ uu,-«.i.icrs for them should be tremend-
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. *3.
I miles to birch creek 6 miles up the
Vonrs truly, CARL TI10RDAHN
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
river on west side good grass, from
M L Lewis. Rec. Sec’y.
The recent change made by the
there to Johnsons 20 miles, thence
York Weekly World in issu
to willow creek, mud flat, stewart
A. O. ü. W. Burns Lodge. No. 47
creek and lemhi junction, sumit ing two papersa week in place of one
Meet» every 2d BDd 4th Thursdays
H M Horton, M. W.
is meeting with great favor
J. W Saver, Rec’d rockies, horse prairie, flume, on to
The people appreciate the change
Bannock city a distance, from last,
BURNO n IA HONOR Lodge. N o . 8
of 99 miles, thence 17 miles to creek and are taking advantage of it.
Meets every 2d and 4th Monday.
Keep informed of what is going
Mrs, Sayer C of H.
2 mile* from Argentry. 35 miles
W. W. Johnson Proprietor.
to twin bridges, thence to iron rod on in the world and particularly in
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, LOG F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday silver star, trout creek, witchall, your own country.
7:30 p m,
J. C. Wooly N. G.
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
boulder and Jefferson 74 miles On
to Helena, prickley pear canyon, will be of the greatest interest.
HARNEY POST NO. 4«, G. A. R.
Meet« every 1st and 3d Wednesday of each old station, dearborn, flat creek, Keep abreast of the times by read
aonth, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrads
la good standinglHvlted.
New Billiard Table
The Best Brands
bird tail divide, Whisky Browns ing the
sun river crossing to flume 145
ü. S. MAILS.
miles. 8hoto, store, dupoyer, buck papers a j ear for only $1.00.
TThen in Burns ccn.7 ani
BUBS»— TALK :
k rrtvesand departadaily,
to canadaian line 119 miles. Thence b? wbicb we can furnieh tb'8 PaP^r see me
3CBHS—CANTOW CITT :
Arriveraad Departs dally, except Sunday
W. W. Johnson.
to St Maries custom house, bridge. (a,,d the Twice-a-Week New York
“ As old as
the hills” and
ed. “ Tried
is the verdict
o f millions.
8 i m m o ns
lator is the
o ¡11 y Live-
OLJ CiiO/ and K idne v
can pin your
faith for a
tive, a n d
on rhe Liver
a n I Kid-
ne vs. Try it.
Soli by all
Druggists in T j quid. or in Dow ler
to oe taken dry or made inion tea.