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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1895)
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— | berg and Miss Florence Williams Scout published at Union, It is a
were happily united in marriage in' clause of the proceedings of the;
WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 IK'.5.
their parlors of the Harney Hotel
Ion Sunday afternoon at 2 n’Hn. k* 1 East Oregon Presbytery which con-
April 14, Pas’or, VV it yened in Union on the 6th of this
iAg THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF p m
! Gibson.officiating, In consequence month.
any newspaper in this county .
of the marriage the pastor had to • The Home Missions committee
presented a request for a church to]
disappoint his people at Narrows.
be organized at Burns, and on mo-I
W. H. G.
tion Rev. Hughes and Dr. Gwynne
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of
were appointed to visit the place
(li« month 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. |
and see what could be done.
Narrows 2nd. Sunday, 11 a. m. and i an(1 near town last Thursday morn-
H. I! stage
nn-O V 1
team ran away
7 p. tn. Silver Creek 4th. Sunday
not much ’ damage.
11 a. ni. and 7 p. m Harney 5th j
At the residence of the bride’s
Sunday 11 a. in. and 7 p. m and
Thursdays at 7 p. m. before the 1st. resulted in a broken leg of a very parents, residing seven
and 3rd Sundays, Poison Creek
Thursday at 7 p. m. after 1st. and his horses were frightened by anoth
er team belonging to Mr. Worlow
lesson may be learned by calling on J. DURKHEIMER
Alice McKinnon were united in i
R ev . G ibson ,
inarriagp. W. C. Byrd J. P. Per'lthe leading merchant of Harney Valley and getting his best terms.
Pastor. was running away.
formed the marriage ceremony.
If having a good all round, pleas- ‘ My stock is large complete & only first class qualities.
I buy all
goods for Spot Cash & the following prices talk.
76 anniversary of the I. O. O. F. [ ant.
nn enjoyable time
°i ,tf* 11OIIU "'**
—Latest style of ladies hats at ; will be celebrated by Harney Lodge 1
v 77 on April
to state the wedding
of c vocal , ( last
... - was
, .. one. ... With all,
due deference to all weddings and
and band music and an oration by 1
xk . il
n > I wedding
Mr. Geo. mt
W r> Barnes of e Prineville.
, ___ that
—Eddie Cowing is Buffering from ai
| There will also be a game of Base
disparaging towards, nor is any re
1 Ball immediately after dinner.
—.Mrs. Britten has arrived and I Everybody invited. Exercises flection upon any- wedding or dinner , LADIES
taken charge of the Hotel Burns.
at the Armory Hall at 2 o’clock p
m. Grand ball at the hall in the conscientiously believe the dinner
—Mrs Chas. Johnson has been evening. Supper at Hotel Burns. at this wedding was the finest and j jj jgg
very sick but is now convalescent, r
Sayers D. D G. D. Master of composed of the greatest variety
«■ver given in the county. There CHILD
—M. IL Brenton has greatly im-' ceremonies. J. S Bowen Grand were probably 40 persons present, nvvu
¡Marshall, nv order of the com-
proved lus grounds
around his re- , mittea.
and e ery one seemed imbued with
| the spirit of good will and happiness .
HECHT BOOT $4.50 ELSEWHERE $6.50
W. Y King,
i and of course all had a happy time. (
—J. A. Williams end W. IL
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKinnon and
W J. John s m,
Hogan of Silver Creek were intown
family are just the sort of folks to [
make people feel happy and at
M L. Lewis.
—Miss Hattie Clark of Harney
The following presents were given .
is visiting friends in * Burns this
—It is reported that Secretary I to the bride and groom:
Mrs. Emma Skinner,a cake stand (
Hoke Smith has overruled the d
Miss Dora Thomas, a tea set, Miss
—Mr. Wjtzell who has been very cision of Secretary Chandler in the Rcsie Parker, two vases, Tom Mc
sick is improving, also Sheriff case of Chapman v. Williamette Kinnon. «ilv'r salt and pepper stand,
Hittings’ little baby.
Valley Wagon Road Company. Mr it Mrs. Jas. Albert, fruit dish,
Will McKinnon, set of tumblers,
—Messrs Bent Embree, Ted Hays | But no official statement to that I Mr <fc Mrs Jap McTZinnon, set of
and Wil 'Jam Clark were in town yes-, effect has been received at this land tumblers, John McKinnon, mirror. I
'office. The following is a part oft yj
terday and the day bef< re.
Mrs.Tyler. cake plate. Mr. it Mrs. I
I Secretary Chandeler’s decision also ' RobertMcKir.non, a set of silver tea
-Miss Rosa Hembree entered upon we give the act of congress upon , spoons and sauce dish.Mrs. Martin
her duties of deputy clerk yester
wl ich he based his decision. By a cator, Mrs Eva Howard, a hand ,
day more ing.
, the act of, July 5th 1866 congress
— Mr. and Mrs. Durkheimer left 1 granted to the state, only the right
here last Sunday morning to make to select, three alternate sections Hill, table linen, Ellis McKinnon,’
u visit to their friends in Portland.
I pit mile within the six mile limits
Mrs. M yatt a resident of Har j of the road, and the title to any
Huntington To The Front.
ney *r rather residing near Harney 1 particular tractdoes not ; accrue to
il.ed of Ja-grippe last Thursday.
To Patrons—Huntington is now
| the state or the company prior to
Notice the adv of the Hotel the selection thereof. . The failure the envy oj competing points in a
Burns in this issue. T Mr and Mrs. of the company to respond to a set- Railroad s»nse in particular,
.biit en are thoroghly conversant tier’s notice of intention to submit have advantage over all. we
with the hotel business.
final proof for land included within now a competing point for two
—Our cabinet maker, John a previous executive withdrawal, IL lines the Union pacific and
Sweitzer, is putting up some very I made for the benefit of said company R. and N, Co’s. ’.Ve have the
good and comfortable rocking precludus its subs quent objection choice of two roads and each one
to the allowance of the settler s after your business. No better rates
entry. Acting Sectary Chandler can be gotten at any point than
—Remember Mrs. Mary Matthes
has indies goods and notions in her to the commissioner of the Genrl. | here on wool and other goods send
Land Office, July 21st 1891. In • your wool to Huntington and get!
inilinery store* She especially in-
this case of Chapman v the Will-1 benefit in prices received bv cut.
'itcs ladies who liye in the country,
ametle Valley Road Company, the rates on either road the O. R. & N ,
wnen in town to call and examine
j survey was tiled, in the local land ' Co. will prevail on you to ship to I
office, June 1st 1876, on March 13‘.h other points on their road than
\\ tee several persons are at 1879, Chapman filed his preemption Huntington thereby controlling
''o • on the school house this week, declaratory statement for i a tract of your shipments and cutting off the I
• are told the beard of directors land alleging March 1st 1879 as U. P. Ry. and the O. R. <fc N. Co.
ar,‘ going to undertake the work of tl,ne of settlement. He made proof agents may visit yon and make’
after due notice ani no V™
1 uilding the school houye according "i".*
-----there statements to the contrary but bear
the plans and specifications
the r“ —
fore the proof and payment was ac- in mind they are looking for their'
ready reported for the sum of $4000.
“-222. cepted by the local officers. Secre- own interests not yours. No point
-Mr ai d Mrs. McKinney have
£handler ended by saying “If. offers ____
greater advantages than
None can work for
Huntington house,and company failed to protest against 8 wages, t o point will have mere
■lr Sam Kenyon ~
if- and two ♦ the
- even "o<*1 buyers, our charges as low or
children are egain settled in their though the land was within the . lower than others, this being true!
■ limits of an executive withdrawal' is it possible conaiderii
made for the benefit of the state or
J?’.«. McGowan who wintered company, it could not be heard conditions that any j>oint
with his Uncles Ed and John afterwards to complain if the land well by you as Huntingtoi ’ W e
are here to stay a. id give you
• aHin has gone to hia home in Dal- was awarded to the settler. It has
to any particular section square deals our past record is our
L°u J'* r,p, rt
I and having failed to protest when recommendation. I Don’t be misled ÌLT11DI*O VILI
•<-.¥■ Gowan was hired to teach final proof was made its objection
by agents or others
’* 11001 »" ‘be Maupin district is cannot __
now prevail. The
a mistake. We are informed that hav.,nK fai,ed lo aPP<?ar and protest •hip your goods, wool etc in our
against the allowance
M -« Phoebe Kelley has been '
’ * entry care.
ployed to teach that school.
O C. ( o
M arriage —Mr. Louis
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11: Please call & my Uberai ter ms
will be sure to meet with your