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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1895)
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
—Roberts Bros, can sell you a
late improved bath tub for the
n-BHSMBD EVERY WEDNESDAY
Fleeter,age 68,deliberately drowned
w. C. BYRD & SON.
his wife near this city yesterday, in i
—W. N. Jorgenson has just re
P ublishers and P roprietors .
the presence of their three young
ceived a supply of first class yiolins,
children, the eldest of whom was 10
violin bows, and a very excellent
¡selection of violin and guitar
fix Mouth» .....................................................
The crime grew out of family
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------ . HERALD CLUB LIST:.................... i troubles of longstanding. The pair
Boarding and lodging at Mr and | —The Havana press drill for
ieraldaud Harper’s Magazine............. 5.00 had been separated for some time
trald »nd Harper;» Weekly ............. 5-^0
Mrs. Andersons in the south west sale at the hardware store of C. H.
Herald and Harper s Bazar.......... 5.20 but Fiester came to this city and
aSdd and Harper’s Y oung People .. 3.75 ,
division of our town, Customers Voegtly is a new one. Mr. Voegtlv
S and AldenS Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2 90 ; persuaded hid wife to gc to Merlin,
can be accommedated with meals offers it for less than cost for cash,
ex -h additional volume after \ ol. I 5o ceuta. .
where he was logging, and keep
Is hereby given to whom it may
10 cent, extra per volume, postage.
proprietors because he wants the money.
She consented to concern that the partnership here at all hours and the
ft»-Copie»of all the above works can be ex- i house for him
spare no pains to make guests com I
«.lined at leisure in the Reading Room.
go for a week, and they started to tofore existing between W. F.
' —Get one of I. S. Geer & Co’s,
fortable and at home.
rerPnbllaherBof periodicals are solicited Merlin, nine miles distance, with Kingsbury and John A. Robertson
premium purchase tickets. This
,Nnd clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
l»hai. and E J. Anderson.
mi Free Reading R >om—W e file mid bind the the three small children.
go under the fii iw name of Kingsbury
firm agrees to give the holder of
alter at close of every half-volume, end r«v «1
—Mrs. Robert Diinkwater will
ing about five miles they quarraled j& Robertion is this day dissolved,
wpiea bv advertisement.
such tickets a fine life size Crayon
bitter!v, and Mrs. Fiester started John A. Robertson having re-1 be in our town in a few days with a Portrait absolutely free of any
first class stock of millinery. She
back for Grant’s Pass, but was socn moved from Harney County.
charge, by purchasing $20 worth
■2 wk 1 me 3 mo 6 mo
l-lyrl caught by Fiester and dragged to a
politely requests the ladies of j
of goods for cash at their store. It
1'2.50 15.00 18.00 1 111.00
Burns and vicinity, when her stock
28.00 hole of water, about three feet deep, 29, 1895.
4.00 6.60 12 ID 1 18.00
is not necessary that the whole
8.00 15.00 i 24.00
arrives, to call and examine her
near the track and held under the
<00 : i.oo •20.uc : : .00
W. F. K ingsbury .
amount should he purchased at one
line of goods and prices.
1...90 28.00 48.0 ■ 1 .81) ->0 130.0
time, but any amount from 5 cents
.10.09 40.00 60.00 i lie. go 140. V
was dead Ihe man claims to hava'
to $20 as explained upon the tick
tried to drown himself, but failed, I —M rs. Marv Matthes is sole
Having permanently located in ets.
and sitting down on the track sent I .agent in this town and county for a Burns, will teach music on Piano,
)[ every <1i»c.lption executed with neatueee
inddespatch, at reuoiiable rates.
the children to Merlin to tell the , i New York firm for the sale of lace, Organ, Violin and Guitar, Music
folks what he had done. He re , window curtains, pillow shams, furnished for balls and parties,
Huntington To The Front.
Note Heads, Cards, TicKcts,
mained until the crowed came up I portieres, table covers bed spreads terms to suit the times.
To Patrons Huntington is now
T he H erald is kept regularly on file for re
’rom Merlin, and then came t«> and laces, and at prices so
E. A. Scherer. the envy o feompeting points in I a
ereiiee, In ihe Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
»«'¡•ina Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Grant’s Pass and gave himself up
Railroad sense in particular, we
Mrs Matthes solicits a call from
to Sheriff Hiatt.
advantage over all, we i are
Ae talked freely about the matter ' her neighbors and examination of
competing point for two R.
A good ranch belonging to H. G.
•to every one, and says he is ready 'good s.
th« Union pacific and O.
Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
N. Co’s. ’,Ve have the
—Mrs. Mary _Mat,thes Milliner, miles south east of Burns. This choice of two roads and each one
•’rallient ............... ....... GwerCleveland | for a number of years pnd always
Aulai Steveiisoi |
• . .
lecretary of ... State
Walter Q. Gresham seemed to 'be a good citizen.
Hcret.ry ot Treasury............ John G. Carllsl»
millenery goods including hats rib meadow land. Price $800 or will I can he gotten at any point than
1«cr>.9nrv of Interior
Hoke Smith '--------------------------------
here on wool and other goods send
Hcrttary ol War
Daniel 8. I.ainotil
bons, hat trimmings etc.
Mrs. trade for sheep.
Rcretary oi Navy .......... Hilary A. Herbert
wool to Huntington and get
lecretary of Agriculture....... J. Sterling Morton
Matthes is meeting with success,
B yrd &. K ing .
Utoruvy General ..........
Richard S, Olues
benefit in prices received by cut
. .. Wilson e Biaaeil
which proves the quality and stvle Notice Of Dissolution Of Part rates on either road the O. R. <fc N
Red Cliff, May 27—The first open
her goods and also her customers ,
Co. will prevail on you to'ship to
J. N. Dolph rupture in the much talked of sheep
are satisfied with her prices Ladies I
Know all men by these presence other points on their road than
I Binger Hermann and cattleman’s war in Routt coun
she solicits your patronage and is that the co p irtnership. heretofore Huntington thereby controlling
i W. R. Ellis
Attorney General ....
.. C. M. Hileman tv ha« occurred.
very much pleased to have you call .existing and known as D. L. and vour shipments and cutting off the
Win P Lorn
jecretary oí State .
U. P. Rv. and the O. R. & N. Co.
■ H R Kincaid badly wounded, two of whom may
and examine stock .
.. Phil. Metschm
inpt. Public Initruction
agents may visit you and- make
... G M Irwin die of their injuries.
W H Leeds
to the -contrary but bear
—John Sweitzer,car pen ter, under I February 9th 1895 dissolved by
The news was brought, by a mess
". 8. Bean
are looking for their
W m. P. Lore
enger who came for medical assist taker and cabinet-maker. His work mutual
-. A. Moore
own interests not yours. No point
SIXTH JVPICIAL dibtbict :
ance The messenger could give shop is the old restaurant building. i that each and not one for the other, offers greater advantages than
Jlttrict Judge ...
M. D. (’LiFFoai.
Fol- Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at but each toi himself shall assume Huntington. None can work for
Jam«a A. Fee. but few details of the affair,
Jiltrlet Attorney '
J. 1 . Rumi
¡vint-Kepresentative . .(R)
O L Pntterauti lowing are the wounded:
William pricee to suit the hard times. Cof his own obligations and that neith-1 ; less wages, r o point will have more
!‘>int-Senatur ................ (R) . . .
Matha, Tom Dice, John Winslow I fins made to orde-. Will take pro er Bball stand as 'surety for the wool buyers, our charges as low or
»nd Alex Winslow. The scene of duce partlv for work and balance in other. In witness whereof we have lower than others, this being true
'onnty * idKe
C. P. Rutherford.
set our hand and seal, this 9th day [ is it possible considering above
■(D)....... • C. E. Kenjon the encounter was 20 miles above cad:.
, conditions that any point can do as
T. A. McKinnon Wolcott, on the Sheep Horn.
—J F. Boyle, photographer, is of Feb 1895
! well by you as Huntington? We
(R)'.' ...........A. Gittlngs
I). L. S hirk , seal S- are here to stay and give you
’'H)" ...........8. W. Miller ing is so intense that fighting is ex
• C has . Newe 1
W. H. S hirk , seal )> square deals our past record is our
.......... R J. lvers pected at many points —Statesman. is presented to all who have not
(D) ) '
A. B. Marks
recommendation. Don’t be misled
already supplied themselves with
...... zR) Ç i
R. R. Sits.
by agents or others statements
H arney c. 8. LANP office :
Denver, May 27—A special to samples of his excellent work. Re
ship your goods, wool etc. in our
Thomas Jones the News from Wolcott, Colo., puts member his prices, $3.00 per doz.
....A. A. Cowing
a different aspect upon the reported for cabinets. He guarantees to U.S. LAND OFFICE LAKEVIEW OREGON.
O. C. Co
I battle near there Sunday. Instead please even themost fastidious.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
of growing out of the hatred between
1* e\ery i.t and 3d Wednesday.
cattlemen and sheepmen it apjiears
•he w>, sw.£4 NE-4 .Mw'fsec
T P^i T R
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
E, in Cr« ok Coiinty Oregon wi1 h a view ♦».
M L l^wia. Rec. 8ec'y.
to have been simply a row among
cancellation of Mid entry- contestant i?iiLiI't
In ihe matter of the Estate of T.
A- °- I • W. Burn. Lodge, No 47
LAND OFFICE AT
H. Glaze, deceased.
•VOTy 2d aad 4th Thursday».
»... . .
May 21. 1895.
Not Ice ’• hereby given that, the following
H M Horton, M. W.
Notice is hereby given that the
"*' «L•«“’ef has filed notice of hia lntent'on
J. W «ayer, Rec-’d
undersigned has been unpointed by natural conditi«», the .ifd n-rt«^ .2 J" !" hat
ned to appear before À w W.u®^ -Ì that gala proof will be made before Register
the count» court of Harney county Minim.,
HONOR Lodge. No. a
0,1 J une 2K- 1895-
Oregon, Sitt’ng in probate, admin Kith day of .May 1895. at 10 o“ JoriA m **“!’"’
Hd. No. 1 for the 8WU SEU and F’ ' kw > z
Mr», Sayer C of H.
and ME^i NWU Sec. 35, Tp. U4 tî R 32 E Z*
iptrator of the estate of T. H. Glaze,
ni. „ namea the following wttneaeca to prove
H''aV:N0* 771 T- ° ° F-
e,’n June 3 **•» « lit".rj?
residence upon and cultivation
Ä ‘ HÜvil”;-I,entün Kl"hree.of Bnrt.î Or"
Fallow. Hall, every Saturday,
All person« indebted to said Estate I
W. A. WILSHIRE, Register.
J. C. Wooly N. O.
are requested to settle the namet
W. C. Byrd, Secy.
THOMAS JONES, Register.
immediately, and those having
’• **rrd Aunnftl for 1*W|a
ARs’EY pnsT »o- «•. o. A?R.
[ claims againat theestate will present
In valuable to al I planter* and lover«
of Fine VagetaMea and Beautlfnl
.■'•••k a: V lm ’LÍ?*1 M Wednesday of each
them to rue, at mv residence in
Flower«. Write lor It— Free.
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
| Burns, Oregon, with the proper
vouches attached,within aix months
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
from the first publication of this
c - ». mails .
Carrying U. S. Mail, and Eastern Oregon Express Co', Expre.,
"AMAI PUS ” pm Inrtzir.t Dated December 5th 1894
relief and te an infanto .<
It Kn . ry,
Burn, daity for Canyon City, and intermediate point..
Cwr» ft»r PII»«. í r’.cejl. I - V . . .
••ri._ 7® AWroja city :
Druir*M.«nrmail. 8mi : » Administatorof the Estate of T. H. Fare $5.
«••1 Deyana dally, excT>t s.nd.y
frw. Addn-»“A MAK Ltd*»*
Bux C am , Ì cw York t il»
DROWNED DIS WIFE.