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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1895)
—The Hanley Bros shipped sev-
—Last Sunday was a day here,
eral car loads of fat cattle a short long to be remembered by Church '
time since fatted here and will, so people. Messrs.
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ministers received i
we are informed, ship several more Gibson I baptist
4AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF,about the 1st of April.
twenty-seven additions. The fol-
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
— Harney s new board ot city
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. r;i owing are the names of the bap-
“c’ads are; For Mayor, C. A. Gil- .
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, l-Hiii, Couneilmen, o S. i. R. z Copeland
ii tised: Mesdames
i- K 1 orter,
V 1 1 ’ Irens.
i'rn.e r 1
II Henry Culdwell,
, , king, J.
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of Roberts, Marshal, Harrv McClure Huntington, Chas Adams, Ed Wal-
I ton, Chas. Anderson, Jas. Moore,
the month 11a.m. and 7 P- n>- Surveyor Wm. Crawford.
Narrows 2nd. Sunday, 11 a. m. and
— If Baker City expects to make McGee, Hester Johnson, Maud
7 p. rn. Silver Creek 4th. Sunday
a good road on the route proposed Jameson, Sadie Wilson, Emma
11a. m. and 7 p. m Harney 5th
in order to secure the trade of Wilson, Jennie McPheeters, Myrtle I
Siii’dav II a. tn. and 7 p- m and
Burns, they will have to multiply Porter, Myrtle Jameson and Mabel
Thursdays at 7 p. in. before the 1st.
their present donation by three and Gowat . Messrs. Henry Caldwell,
and 3rd Sundays. Poison 1 Creek i
J. Wilson, Chas. Anderson, Henry
A good lesson may be learned by calling on J. DURKHEIMER
Thursday at 7 p. tn. after 1„.__
—Geo. Stanclift has moved to Cheatham,
i the leading merchant of Harney Valley and getting his best terms
his ranche near Ha ppy Valley, Hubert Smith, Bert Wilson, Mi nice
R ev . G ibson ,
I buy all
1 Homer Reed. Not ¡Mystock is large complete <fc only first class qualities.
where the family w’ll remain until
Pastor. after sheep shearing, Joe Price has Caldwell and
i knowing the Christian names of' my gOods for Spot Cash & the following prices talk,
moved out of town on the Stanalift many of the ladies we use the|
ranche near here.
name of the husband. Dr. Me- j
— Litest stvle of ladies hats
—Thus Hare who has b en away Pheeters, D. Jameson
east« rn prices.
about six months on a trip io San Bverly wereadmitted to the Church
J Duikheim er. Francisco returned to this place the | having been Baptized as former
—Tne little Gem Saloon, is a latter part of last week. He reports members of same Church.
‘•gem" in e»erv particular. Bob | that San Francisco is not so lively
Huntington To The Front.
Reed proprietor, Bub says,‘‘come as it once was, but still he thinks
* th it times are getting better and
and see me.”
To Patrons—Huntington is now
—Tom Stephens who has been
1 the envy oj eompeting points in I a
absent for some time returned a
another runaway —On Monday
Railroad sense in particular, we
few days since and reports times afternoon as Capt. Waters was
BOOT $4.50 ELSEWHERE $6.50
uett ng belter every where he was | driving home from town his team
| during his absence.
away the Capt. was thrown from R lines th« Union pacific and O
- Mrs.Mary Matthes has received
i- buggv and was very much R. and N. Co’s. We hav«
her spring si vies of ladies hats ami
bruised and jolted up but we choice of two roads and each one,
a full stock of milinery. Don’t
' understand no bones were broken. after your business, No better rates
foniet to call and exam ne her
The bug.jy was very much dam- can be gotten at anv point than '
block and l ear her prices.
aged. Better the buggy than the here on wool and other goods send i
—Mr Sch< r«r has the room north occupant.
vour wool to Huntington and get
! of die Burn« Meat Market and has
benefit in prices received by cut
—Cal Geer met with a serious rates on either road the O. R.
i an organ there. Any one wishing
to t»ke lessons and have no instru- accident last Sunday afternoon. Co. wili prevail on you to ship to
which might have been much worse, ¡other points 5 on their road than
I menl will do well to call on him.
lie was driving a team hitched to a i Huntington thereby controlling |
—Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, Mr. and' I
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buggy, something frightened them vour shipments and cutting off the
Mrs. Cecil, Mr. and Mrs Hogan.'
« and caused them to run. One or [J. p. R.... HIHj the O. R. A N. Co.,
Mr. nd Mrs. Lillard and Mr. and .
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of the traces became detached | agents may visit you and make ,
Mrs. Dibble all of Silver Creek | two
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gave the horses space enough statements to (he contrary but hea. | J
were in town last Sunday’ and which
so tnat the tongue fell from the in mind they are looking for their -
| neck yoke to the ground, the end of own interests not yours. No point I
—The two peddlers of ready
----- the tongue 1
ran into the ground offers greater advantages than'
made clothing, who were here last which threw the buggv up to a con Huntington.
. B.XUIIVI HgVOII. None can work for
September will Le here again in a few I ¡siderable
height, throwing F'
Mr l(.gH wages, i o point "ill have mere
days with a full supply of gents 1 G
Jeer to the ground with great force -‘l wool buyers, our charges as low or
clothing, undt r wear etc. Prices breaking two ribs of the left side*
H lower than others, this being true !
cheuj er • li. m the cheapest.
and the left collar hone. I Mr. Geer i j8 R possible considering J above'C
I —h .i> officially
announced that i •* doinK Very well at this writing I conditions that any point can do as |
C. W Parrish hai
..as received (he ap and ^is physician thinks he will well by you as Huntington? We
pointn.ent of prosecuting attv of'only be confined to the bed a short
are here to stay and give you I
this district. Mr Parrish is an time.
square deals our past record is our
attv. of long experience and will
recommendation. Don’t l>e misled
— .\fo.-srs Burns and Bowers
certainly honor the office. His
by agents or others statement"
friends are happy tocongrat-' trave’ing agts. for the O. R. & N. ship your goods, wool
etc. in our
"late him. and we think the legal | R. rR. Co whom we noted in last
tr.i‘ "icity <>f the district is well | weeks issue, met the business men |
of our town at Chas. Voegtly,s
plea- I with the appointment.
house last Thursday.
—The Dibble T Bros., on Silver hardware
r|qle,r object, as stated last week, is
’ r< i k nv t with quite r a loss by fire |0 gei, our trade btth freight and
John Rollins, who lives in Put
or, last Thursday.
ay. Their store «tock. They stated that citizens man county. Ohio, a year ago mar- ,
room accidentally caught on ...»
fireiOf ßaker cRy aiK] vicinity had sub-j ried the Widow Dalyring, who has
and was entirely destroyed together
*i scribed about $1800, towards a a daughter aged 17 years. John i
with the greater |
’t8 con' | wagon road leaving the Baker City 1 has eloped with the daughter, and <
-' the wife has eloped with John’s 23- ‘ I
>)«»<. some distance from that place
! 11 road
— I he sealed proposals for the! and
__ 1 •connecting with
Burns- year old son. Both father and son (
are wealthy, owning large tracts of
'"‘proveiiient of the court house Ontario road near Drewsey.
"MU'C 1 W,,T,,U ,'",u ."vnr ,/rewt,eV’‘ Th,a land, and both have! always occu- i
block i w. ro
pent'd on the 25th by road to be built immediately so to' . • •
b> 'hecounty court. Fourteen bids
secure, if possible our spring trade, i
»ere offered ranging from $857.00.
and in time for our wool. These and his young sweetheart have
,0 the i(>'» figures of$225. The last
gone east, possiply to Pittsburg Pa.
b«d was that of Mr. Cal Geer, and gentlemen claim that the distance, The wife’s attorney has filed a pe-1
be was awarded the contract.
exceed, from this place to Baker tition for divorce,and the old man’s
—I’uis, the 9th, Judicial district, City 125 niihs. The railroad com lawyer will doubtle.ss soon receive
wiii have its spring and fall terms pany have leased or rented ware instructions to file a cross petition.
Many belisve that the two coup
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court AS follows; Grant 1st Mon- houses, store rooms etc so as to be
n May and 1st Monday in able to do a general forwarding
smie house a u year
21’- r Malheur 3d Monday j ! business, have i. . -i. A
alM built ^tock- r ..
; - m -nd..
av in October. yards with an eve single to the whj|e the gon w;|| wwj bis father's
■ iii'y. 2nd Monday
. i in 5 June trade of this country. And in fact wrp >
•’d 1st M-mda
Cliff,-] i ‘ yin October. M. D. have made a’d arrangements neces- ___________________
b dge, prosicuting Atty. sary for our accomodation hoping
to secure our trade
Or- Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Please call <fc my liberal terms
Z? will be sure to meet with
WoKd'a Fair Highest Award.