East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, April 10, 1895, Image 5

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—We had the pleasure of visiting
Harney and being present at the
closing
exercises of Prof. Newells
WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 18?6
winter term of school in that place,
i arrest circulation of (lust Friday. The pupils of the
1A8 THE
school acquited themselves very
ANY NEWSPAPER IN THIS COUNTY.
creditably, indeed, and the school
reflects credit on pupils, teacher,
Religions Services.
Rums 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of and patrons.
—The Havana press drill for
sale at the hardware store of C. II.
Voegtly is a new one. Mr. Voegtly
offers it for less than cost for cash,
because he wants the money.
—The two peddlers of ready
made clothing, who were here last
September will be here again in a few
' days with a full supply of gents
the month 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
PICNIC.
underwear etc. Prices
Narrows ----
2nd. --------
Sunday,
11 a. m. and 11 76 anniversary of the I. O. O. F. clothing,
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,
,
.
,
Silver
Creek
4th.
Sunday
will
be
celebrated
by
Harney
Lodge
;
cbea
P
er
tban
be
chea
Pe8t-
7 p. in. 1
11a. m. and 7 p. m Harney 5th No 77 on April 26.
— [ In n a letter received from our
Programme
consisting
of
vocally
friend Geo Duncan, a resident
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m and
I
and hand music and an oration by
Thursdays at 7 p. m. before the 1st. Mr. Geo. W Barnes of Prineville.. of Silver Lake, he informs us that)
and 3rd Sundays. Poison Creek There will also be a game of Base Mrs. Tony Labree one of the victims
Thursday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and Ball immediately after dinner.
of the Silver Lake holocaust, died
Everybody
invited
and
all
A good lesson may be learned by calling on J. DURKHEIMER
3rd Sundays.
are of her injuries the 20th of last j
expected
to
bring
baskets.
R ev . G ibson ,
ball atArmoryHall at night. I month. , Doc Snelling
, ,
, ’s little , g'-rl j the leading merchant of Harney Valley and getting his best terms.
Pastor. J. Grand
W. Sayers D. D G. D. Master of 18the on,-v one left’ who was badIy
I buy all
burned and it is doubtful if she gets My stock is large complete & only first class qualities.
ceremonies.
J.
S.
Bowen
Grand
Local News.
| Marshall By order of the com- well. H i writes the winter has been J my goods for Spot Cash & the following prices talk,
at
mittee.
—Latest style of ladies hats
fine there and stock wintered wall. |
I
W. Y King,
eastern prices.
There iB a good deal of farming this,
i
I. S. Geer,
J Duikheimer. |
spring
quite a large acreage of
W J. Johns in,
grain sown Chas Comenger, a res-
C. E. McPheeters,
— Fine oranges at A. C. Worting-’
M
L.
Lewis.
dent of this county had been in that
ton’s
Com. community a few days before and LADIES
SHOES $1.40
SOLD
ELSEWHERE
AT $2.50
—Mr and Mrs Isaac Foster were
bought
a
small
band
of
cattle.
'He
I
WEDNESDAY’S FIRE.
it
«
u
in town last Sunday and Monday.
G
G
1.10
2.00
' writes thatTeel Duncan is breaking'
<€
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— Mrs Wyatt of Harney is very ;
G
i
two
connor
colts
3
and
4
years
j
MISS
G
1.10
2.00
The citizens of this place were
sick
4«
K
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rudely awakened from their slum­ old respectively, for the summer CHILD
G
.88
1.50
—Quite a numbe- of our citizens bers at 2 o’clock Wednesday morn­ racing. His Mongolian pheasants
C4
<C
G
MENS
G
2.50
5.00
are suffering with “grip.”
ing by a vigorous ringing of the wintered well and stays near the
en
.
ranch.
He
says
it
is
quite
a
relief.
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT BOOT $4.50 ELSEWHERE $6.50
.... bell.
----- No one needed to
—County Clerk Kenyon has ap-■ fire
-
,
'
to
the
tax-payers
that
the
72
re-|
U
U
(I
pointed Miss Rose Hembree deputy quire for the location of the fire
3.25
“
5.50
for
the
city
jail
and
the
open
build-
publicans,
8
democrats
and
10
pop-.
clerk.
ing adjoining it. the old engine ulist, who held out at Salem last
—Willis Jordan, the young man
I
wpre a mass of flames . winter, had been sent home.
who left here with Mrs Stenger died house, v ._ „ ____ ____ ____
of typhoid fever in Nevada City, i Since the drill of the fire company'
Huntington To The Front.
last week, some one had been tam-
N v on the 9th of March
To Patrons—Huntington is now 1
pering with the engine, and it was
— The List two weeks here has 10 minutes after it was set at the
the envy oj competing points in a
been a period of accid-nts. The cistern in front of Fuller & Co’s.
Railroad sanse in particular, we
most serious of which was that of brick before it could be made
have advantage over all, we are
Cal Geer and little Perry Maupin. work.
* now a competing point for two R
—Several Harney citizens were
Conflicting statements were cur- R, lines the Union pacific and 01
in our town last Sunday,both ladies | rent among the crowd about a man • R. and N. Co’s. ’.Ve have the '
and gentlemen. They did not re-, being in the jail. Some said there < choice of two roads and each one
turn until after evening services at 1 was, others denied it, but on the | after your business, No better rates 1
the M. E. Church
arrival of Marshal Dodson, who | can be gotten at s
—Seth Smith was kickid on the lives in Newsom additicn, the mat- here on wool and other goods send !
f c ■ oi e day last week, by a mule, ter was put to rest. Mr. Dodson your wool to Huntington and get
the upper lip receiving the heavist stated that just prior to retiring, at * benefit in prices received by cut
part of the kick. Beth has a very 11 o’clock that night, he had arrest-1 rates on either road the O. R. & N
Sore face and tnournsthe loss of two ed Frank McNally for boisterous i Co. will prevail on you to ship to
or three teeth.
conduct at O’Neil’s saloon and lock-] other points on their road than
ed him in the jail. \V hen this was Huntington thereby controlling
Kate Hackman a little girl re
made known, the building was en- j your shipments and cutting off the i
Mding here, was run over in front
'fthe Red Front livery stable, by tirely enwrapped in flames, and ■ U. P. Ry. and the O. R. & N. Co. I
nothing could be done to rescue the I agents may visit you and make
« two horse team, hitched to a bug-
to mv
the vvuiiaiji
contrary Mil
but V bear I
vu VVF
R.v, last Sunday, fertunately she es­ man confined in the burning o V jail.. statements
ir>
minrl
thnv
urn
After
the
engine
begun
to
work,
the
i
n
mind
they
are
looking
for
their '
caped without injury.
flames were soon subdued, and sure own interests not yours. No point)
—The surveyor general of Oregon enough, the charred ramains of offers greater advantages
i than
has awarded the cotraot lor sur ey­ McNally were found in the embers. Huntington.
None can work for
ing
the lands embraced
meander li
t i .
*ithin ,he He w‘8 b’’ng on his lace, and both less wages, i o point will have mere
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r°nLake Malheur’ to feet and handft burned off, his back I wool
our charges
wool buyers,
buyers, our
charges as
as low
low or
or
Countv.
Diamond Harney’and shoulders were badly charred I lower than others, this being true'
I and/he skull was mostly
is
- gone.
-
•
is R
it possible
possible considering
considering above
above
—Mrs Alice Kenyon came in on 1 How the fire originated will prob- conditions that any point can do as
t e< »ntario stage yesterday morning ably never be knwn. From the state-' well bv you as Huntington? We
Mrs Kenyon has l>een in Salem for ment’
th08« who discovered the I j are here to stay and give you
tight months past.where she has had fir«./he jail was surely fired from square WWMD
U1 past record is our
deals „
our
her children in school,two girls and tbe in8ide> and 11 is onlY reasonable' I recommendation.
recommendation. Don’t be misled *
three bojt. 1 wo of the boys came to.up|K« that McNally ,cl (he'by agent, or olher, ststenlenl,
,lume with h«r, the girl« and one ,Iran tick of the jail bed o„ fire, |,hip y„or good., wool etc. in our
are «till in Salem.
either intentionally or accidentally, care.
I Coroner Pringle took charge of
i ?R oken leg —Last Thursday
Res pt.
wy Maupin, son of Geo. Maupin and held an inquest over the re
O. C. Co
aiding near this place, had his mains, summoning J. P. Combs.
t Token. He was horse back Ed. Harbin. 8. T. Black. T. R. Curl
Koing home fr.m town in company C. W. Elkins and J. N. Guiltord as
«’OHM F. STRAY TOM’S
After enquiring into the
»'th an older brother, and we b-- jurors.
CELEBRATED
C*
’
ITARS.
particulars
of
the
case,the
jury
ren-
•eve two or three others. Perry is
o,d’ an(l *6 *e understand derded the following verdict:
“Ferdenand McNally, aged 38 Imp-n er of u nd
«.all of them were running their
WlMMcul« Dealer in alt kind, of
years,
0’^. Perry lest control of hisL : came
u to his death bv burn- •
..tU3«CAL MERCHANDISE,
hort*‘- the bridle rein broke -nri ,ng
the C,ty Jail W^"eBday
Last »th St.. New York.
morning, March 27th; cause'
Joint F. « tlattom
J ,‘ni*d from his ho-sc resulting in of fire unknown.”
to«.
The remain8
remains or
of AicAallv
McNally were
* ’
* ¡eg. r We .r» . .
'
fur »he lad. ne - is
i-a bright
burried 1 in Prineville cemetery 1 Wed-
low. and the pain of /hr b,tIe fe|- ^d*y afternoon, Elder Wade con-
*hardtoU.r
* b ken 1,mb ducUn« aerviaes— Prineville Rev-!
musical merchandise
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Please call & my liberal terms
will be sure to meet with your
approval.
lew.
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Yours truly,
J« Durkheimer.