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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1895)
—Mr. John Powell of John Day
76 anniversary of the I. O. O. F.
_ 1 town Grant County and wife are
be celebrated by Harney Lodge
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sweek.
, No 77 on April 26.
—Geo. Stanclift was over frem
Programme consisting of vocal
largest circclation OF his sheep ranche, near Happy Val music and’an ora1 ion by Mr. Geo.
iXï.uwsrArER IN THIS COCK n.
ley, last Saturday. He reports bis W. Barnes of Prineville. There
band of sheep in good condition will ’also be a game of Base Ball
immediately after dinner
-^-^qj.rjous sen ices.
and expected to begin shearing in a
Procession w ill form at I. O. 0 F.
„„„ M ¿id"3?3. S‘"'da.vs of few day».
Hall and March to the Armory
— Harney has been pretty well Hall
at w o’ciock a. ln Exercises
L,«.2nd.Sund.y.lla.» »'’d _ represented here the last week.
will begin immediately. The pic
'•tin Silver Creek 4th. Sunday The following are among the num
nic will be at some place near
¡ja ^and 7p.n> Harney 5th' ber of residents of that town who
, town. Everybody invited to come
<u...lai H a 111 • and 7 P’
a,'d have visited us since our la«t issue . anj |,rjng baskets.
W..-..I7P. m.bef>r« «1« I®»- Messrs. C. A. Gilham, Robert Drink I Grand ball at th« hall in the
a:iil .3rd Sundays. Poison ( reek water, Thon. Vickers, A. Richard evening. Supperat Hotel Burns.
Thursday al 7 P- »'• afw,r lsL and son, Joe Morris. Jasper Davis Esq.. J. \V. Sayers D. I) G. D. Master
A good lesson may be learned bv calling on J. DURKHEIMER
¡ceremonies. J. S. Bowen
J. C. Buckland and J. W. Shown.
Marshall. By order of the com‘ithe leading merchant of Harney Valley and getting his best terms.
R ev . G ibson .
—The goods lately received by mitte a.
I buy all
i My stock is large complete <fc only first class qualities.
W. Y King,
E. B. Johnson are about all passed
I. S. Geer,
my goods for Spot Cash dr the following prices talk .
into the hands of customers, so
W J. Johns tn,
much for low prices and staple
C. E. McPheeters,
-Latest style of ladies hats at
goods On or before <he 5th of
M L. Lewis.
goods. He desires to call atten- 1
—J. C. Garrett is in Burns to-day. tion to his präsent fine line of,
—Frank Jordan was in town ' ladies dress good Is, stockings, silk;
Estato of T. ¡ LADIES
several days last week .
H. Glaze, deceased.
— T. M. Britten and wife passed i Notice is hereby given that the
—Mr. ami Mrs. Taylor Simmons
ars in ton a this week the guests of through town last Thursday, for undersigned has been unpointed by MISS
■ Bin nr, at which place they will con- the county court of Harney’ cou,,ty' CHILD
Oregon, Sitt’ng in probate, admin
—Mr. Hid Mrs. F. ster were in Hu« t !^e ^urns Hotel. The Brittens istrator of the cátate of T. IL Glaze, MENS
o irton n Monday and Tuesday of aee fa,n',us aa hotel keeper unequ deceased.
BUCKINGHAM & IIECIIT BOOT $4.50 ELSEWHERE $6.50
| all d in East rn Oregon. The pro I All persons indebted to said Estate
this wet k.
• rde of IL’rney county and the pub ' are requested to settle the same,
—Roberts Bros. can s 1! you ’ lie are L.» be congratulated that j immediately, and those having
late improv. <1 hath tub for ithe these i x eBent caterers will in the claims against theestate will present I
them to me, at my residence in
small sun, of .12.
future provide for the comforts of p,
)rn is, Oregon, with the proper'
—Slut-p - hearing wil! ’ egin in those who are dependent upon a i vouches attached,within six months [
" i the first publication of this
this county in a few days. No betel home. One day with them j from
buyers are in the market that we is onlv necessary to form a desire
knou of, consequently canuot at to remain longer.—Grant Countv
IL K elley ,
this time gi .e probable prices.
Administatorof the Estate of T. H
— We see in the Portland Daily Glaze, deceased.
—We oe in tne semi-annual
. ‘ i
tnuiinary statement of Grant Sun thatour Mayor, J Dnrkhfimer
Huntington To The .Front.
County, reported total resources has arrived In that City and in an ‘
$47..2l7 <..2. Indebtedness $131,781.-1 interview by a Sun reporter, he I
To Patrons—Huntington is now
IS. rhisid.o.vs the county to be speaks weli of our section, »rates' the envy oj competing points in i a
ind. i t to the amount of $84,344.16. that the wool clip here this yean Railroad sense in particular, we i
will be larger than usual, and
—' barley Hill has sold lbs
have advantage over all, we ; are
prices will be. belter than
f»n.-i,e ¡.-.tuiLd on Silvies river I
list. year. Reports the ranchers now a competing point for two R
about ten miles north of this p'are,
and stock men of this county, very R. lines tliw Union pacific ai>d O
,0 Mr. Syivtgter, Mr. Hill has poor
much encouraged, because of the R. and N. Co’s, ’.Ve have the
ho.dli here am] desires to go ta a'
choice of two roads and each one
w,|‘ r climate. He thinks of I increased value of cattle. Mr. after your business, No better rates
Durkheimer further states ho de
can be gotten at finv point than
I sires to see silver plenty but ha s
-1.8. Gev • ; d
. King were( not studied the financial, question here on wool and other goods send |
• ( egates to the Grand j sufficiently to be able to say upon vour wool to Huntington and get1 Orjrcsoesx*it>s at
Hnge I. (I. o? F.
benefit in prices received by cut |
-.which meets in , jiiet what basis
rates on either road the 0. R. A t N
^diinonMa 15th next. W. Y.
will prevail on you to ship lol
*iil go and his family will
other points on their road t h a n
•“'■ennqianv him t>> his father’i snear!
V an . Oregon, Apr., 19 ’95. Huntington thereby controlling I
Ci.rval is. lbs family expect toi
People hereabouts say they would vour shipments and cut.ing off the
.aere Mr. King
’ some nice weather, they are U. P. Ry. and the O. R. & N. Co.
tired of high winds.
¡agents may visit you and make
p7X J ,Lewi* «n ' mployee of the
The Schools in the Pine and Wolf statements to the contrary but bear
11 • Co., am] stationed ..t the i cre(
.k Districts are progressing | io mind they are looking for their
' "“’I e. is in our town this!
I own interests not yours. No point
the first time
years I I i nicely.
Uls’n^iy friends he-
• • ’’ Mr. S. W. Miller is visiting the i offers greater advantages than
't:' : him among us and hope
in ,his vicinity i in his of- Huntington. None cun work for
less wages, i o point will have mere
” "t; e"j°y hi* leave of absei ce.
licial - capacity.
wool buyers, our charges as low or t ”
12! People are very busy putting in
lower than others, this being true ‘ p
a 'I', by lb v. Gibson at the’cr°P8- No fears are entertained is it. possible considering above I I j
now of high water.
conditions that any point can do as!
^i<s Martha Barnes.
V anity .
well by yon as Huntingtoi ? We'..
are here to stay and give you i VI
“iU ‘c,v "i?hesthe happv
square deals our past record is our' '
recommendation. Don’t be misled I
by agents or others statement» !
ship your goods, wool etc. in our*
"■"Mrs Wvp«. ,.r r
t t lai®’ [
or »<iked “•«•P for "I««
0. C. C’o
month she sud-
feet ar d walked
11 *e, to the great j.jy '
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SCewi<h the others
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Please call <fc my liberal terms
will he sure to meet with your
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