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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1895)
I he Hanley Bros shipped sev- —Last Sunday was a day here,
eral car loads of fat cattle a short long to be remembered by Church p .P
WEUNKHDAY M AC II 27 18'. .i
time since fatted here and will, so people. Messrs. Shearman and
ill J A kJ
, we are informed, ship several more Gibson baptist ministers received'
<AA THE LARGE8T CIRCULATION OF about the 1st of April.
into the Cl lurch bv immersion |
ŒÂNY newspaper in this county .
— Harney’s new board of cjty ' twenty-seven addition». The fob!
“dads” are; 'For Mayor, C. A. Gil- 1(>wing are the names of the bap-
' hili, Coum-ilmen, S. R. Copeland tised: : Mesdames B. R Porter, |
arid Sam’l Mickle. Treas. T H Henry Caldwell, Alice King, J. R.
turns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of Robert„ Marshal, Harrv McClure, Huntington, Chas Adams, Ed Wai-
month 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.'Surveyor Wnk Crawford.
1 ton, Chae. Anderson, Jas. Moore,
^Krows 2nd. Sunday, 11 a. m. and
! William Smith
— If Baker City expects to make
m. Silver Creek 4th. Sunday
McGee, Hester Johnson, Maud
Ila m. and 7 p. tn Harney 5th a 8°°^ roa(l 0,1 the route ’proposed , Jameson, Sadie Wilson, Emma
^Bday 11 a. m. and 7 p- m and ; in order to secure the trade of Wilson, Jennie McPheeters, Mvrtle'
Tbit: -days at 7 p. m. before the 1st. j ■ Burns, they will have to multiply Porter, Myrtle Jameson ami Mabel'
and 3rd Sundays, Pinson Creek their present donation bv three and Gowat . Messrs. Henry Caldwell,
|H>rsday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and expend it on the road.
I J. Wilson, Chas. Anderson, Henry,
a good lesson may be learned by calling on J. DURKHEIMER
I —Geo. Stanclift has moved to Cheatham, Frank McClintock,'
of Hnrn,>' Va,lev lnd
1 his ranche near Happy Valley, | Hubert Smith. Bert Wilson, Mi.no.1 ,ho lead,"8
R ev . G ibson ,
I buy all
Pastor. where the family w’ll remain until [ Caldwell and Homer Reed. N»t I Mv stock is large complete & only first class qualities.
after sheep shearing. Joe Price has I knowing the Christian names of my good8 forSpot Cash & the following pricestalk
moved out of town on the Stanelift many of the ladies we use the|
ranche near here.
name of the husband. Dr. Me-j
Latest style of ladies hats at I —Tims Hare who has b en away Pheeters, D. Jameson and Martin
jt.t ro prices.
I about six months on a trip io San Byerly were admitted to the Church
J Duikheimer ■ Francisco returned to this place the | having been baptized as former
Mpl'iie little Gem Saloon, is a latter part of last week. He reports ' members of same Church.
LADIES SHOES $1.40
ELSEWHERE AT $2.50
^BBm” in e.erv particular. Bob that San Francisco is not so lively]
Huntington To The Front.
Ret. I proprietor. Bob says, “come as it once was, but still he thinks
and see me.”
To Patrons—Huntington is now
Pom Stephens who has been
the envy oj eompeting points in a
abBi • t for some time returned a
ani ther runaway —On Monday
Railroad sense in particular, we
fet* days since and reports times I afternoon as Capt. Waters
$4.50 ELSEWHERE $6.50
gettmg better every where he was j driving home from town his
i now a competing point, for two
duri t.g his absence.
away the Capt. was thrown from R. lines th« Union pacific and
iMrs.Mary Matthes has received
• i- Buggv and was very much R. and N. Co’s, We have the1
¡spring styles of ladies hats and 1
Ionised r-nd jolted up but we choice of two roads and each one,
' understand no bones were broken. after your business, No better rates
let to call and examine her
The buggy was very much dam- can be gotten at any point than'
H |k 1 and bear her prices.
aged. Better the buggy than the here on wool and other goods send i
your wool to Huntington and get
■Mr Schrrtr has the room mirth occupant.
benefit in prices received by cu1
<*f> ie Burn« Meat Market and has
rates on either road the O. R. & N
if krgan there. Any one wishing
Co. "ili prevail on you to ship to
Lke lessons and have no instru
ot her points j on their road than
ct will do well to call on him.
lie was driving a team hitched to a i Huntington thereby controlling |
fMr. and Mrs. Garrett, Mr. and buggy, something frightened them
vour shipments and cutting off the
|. Cecil, Mr. and Mrs Hogan, iand caused them to run. One or
U. P. R.-. and the O. R. A N. Co.,
land Mrs. Lillard and Mr. and two of the traces became detached
agents may visit you and make,
I Dibble all of Silver Creek I
which gave the horses space enough statements to the contrary but bea. |
p in town last Sunday and so tn at the tongue fell from the|jn mind they are looking for their
| neck yoke to the ground, the end of own interests not yours. No point
l^tWThe two peddlers of ready the tongue ran into the ground offers
„....... _• advantages than
...... . greater
clothing, who were here last which threw the buggv up to a con 1 Huntington.
II.mb.1^1... . None can work for
fljMfeember will be hereagain in a.few-1 sideralde height, throwing Mr Mess wages, io point "ill have mere
qi'iys with a full supply of gents'Geer to the ground with great force wool buyers, our charges as low or
iflnl'bing, underwear etc.
er 'Lm the cheapest,
and t he left collar bone. Mr. Geer j j is it possible considering above ’
is officially announced that i ’s doing Very well at I this writing conditions that any point can do as |
his . physician
thinks he will well by yon as Huntington? We .
gHw. Parrish has received the ap , and
MBfiln.ent of prosecuting attv ¿p'only be confined to the bed a short are iiere to stay and give you I
square deals our past record is our(
this district. Mr Parrish is an time.
recommendation. Don’t be misled
|Kr. of long experience and will
by agents or others statement««
|ainlv honor the office. His
1 ing agts. for the O. R. & N. ship your goods, wool etc. in our
nn Jiy friends are happy tocongrat-
R. ’R. Co whom we noted in last care.
Be him, and we think the legal |
weeks issue, met the business men
Lrnity of the district is well)
of our town at Chas. Voegtly,s
■Bed with the appointment.
hardware house last Thursday.
«The Dibble Bros., on Silver v^i,. oVject, as stated last week, is
John Rollins, who lives in Put
&1: O' t I with quite a loss By fire
g(>t( 0Ur trade beth freight and man county. Ohio, a year ago mar-1
GBast Thursday. Their store 'siOck. They stated that "citizens
ried the Widow Dalyring, who has
* ii accidentally caught on fireof Baker city and vicinity had sub-1 a daughter aged 17 years. John I
■ was entirely destroyed together , 8crjbej about, $1800, towards a' has eloped with the daughter, and
■ the greater portion ef its con-', wagon road * ■ leaving the
baker C ity
wjfe |1HR eloped with John’s 23- I
road some distance from that place year old son. Both father and son |
Burns- are wealthy, owning large tracts of
Lrfhe sealed proposals for the ¡and "connecting
in Lovein nt of the court house . , Ontario road near Drewsey. This (land, and both have| always occu-
!k were opened on the 25tl.i by! road to be built immediately so to .,j^d the same house. The father
• /• _ ’ll __ __ _I — A 1 ,
lie county court. Fourteen bids secure, if possible our spring lraat*’ and his young sweetheart have
e offer d ranging from $857.00. and in time for our wool, rhese gone eagf, possiply to Pittsburg Pa.
to he low figures of$225. The last gentlemen claim that the distance, The wife’s attorney has filed a pe-1
was that of Mr. Cal Geer, and on this, partly, new route, will not tition for divorce,and the old man’s
exceed, from this place to Baker lawyer will doubtless soon receive
las awarded the contract..
City 125 mil< 8. The railroad com Instructions to file a cross petition.
-This, the 9th, Judicial district,
pany have leased or rented ware Many believe that the two coup
have its spring and fall terms,
houses, ’ store rooms etc so as to be les will g, goto
amicably in the (
” —' ......p,
»urt as follows; Grant 1st Mon
able to do a general forwarding 8irne house a year from i now the
in Mav and 1st Monday in , ,
., i »»
i ' • in business, , have also . built
, 4 stock- father marriet d to the step daughter,
i yards „ with
an eye single
r and 4th Monday in October. J
, , . to . the while the son will wed his father’s
trade of this country. And in fact wife.
countv. 2nd Monday in June;
lst Monday in October. M. D.
lord judge, prosienting Atty, »ary for our accomodation hoping
J. D ue * .¿ir.
to secure our trade
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
WARRENTS & NOTES.
Please call <fc my liberal terms
will be sure to meet with your
World's Fair Highest Award.