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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1895)
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE 19 1895,
—Roberts Bros, can sell you a
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov’t Report
late improved bathtub f«»r the
piBLfsHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Vancouver, B. 0. June 10—Mail small sum of$12.
advices by the steamer Warrimoo
W.C. BYRD & SON.
as follows: Anthrax, a disease i
P ublishers and P roprietors . I
—W. N. Jorgenson has just re
of sheep, is prevalent in some parts
a supply of first class violins,
of Australia in a most fatal form.
The disease baffles the doctors, who vio in bows, and a very excellent
can find no remedy to counteract selection of violin and guitar
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Boarding and lodging at Mr and
—The Havana press drill for
deraid and Harper’s .Magazine...
Jerald and Harper’s Weekly ....
Mrs. Andersons in the south west sale at the hardware store of (■'. H.
5.20 from Victoria c »lony to England
ieraldand Harper’s Bazar..........
Jerald and Harper’s Young People... 3.75
of our town. Customers Voegtly is a new one. Mr. Voegtly
-Jerald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90 have died
eaeti additional volume after Vol. 1 55 cents:
I- h. rehy given to whom it may i can be accommodated with meals offers it for less than cost for cash,
ID cent« extra tier volume, postage.
that the partnership here at all hours and the proprietors because he wants the money.
Cattlemen are greatly excited,
DF-i’..pie« of all the above works can be ex-
mined at lei«ure in the Beading Room.
fearing England will stop all ship tofore existing between W. F. spare no pains to make guests com I
—Get one of I. S. Geer A Co’s,
Kingsbury and John A. Robertson I fortable and at home.
fijFTiitdishers of periodicals are solicited ment.
«send clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
fchai. and E. J. Anderson. i I premium purchase tickets. This
rar Free Reading R min—w e file and bind the
Pilgrams are constantly returning under the firm name <rf Kingsbury
alter at close of every half-volume, rod v«v <i
firm agrees to give the holder of
from the new Australian colony in i A Robertson it this day dissolved.
tickets a tine life size Crayon
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Paraguay. They say that an at
—Mrs. Robert Drink water will
Portrait absolutely free of any
tempt was made to start a modle moved from Harner County.
be in our town in a few days with a
tFACE J1 wk 2 wk J 1 mo 1 3 mo 1 6 mo |?yr
by purchasing $20 worth
Dated at Drewsey Oregon, March
settlmicnt founded on the teachings
first class stock of millinery. She
nr-h 11.50 'Jz.50 '$5.00 Js.00 I 'ill.00 »1.1.00
of goods for cash at their store. It
3.00 4.00 6.50 12.0)1 18.00
28.00 of Bellamy, but instead the
whole 29, 1895.
politely requests the ladies of
3.50 5.00 a.00 15.00
is not necessary that the whole
W. F. K ingsbury .
4.;?0 u.OO lu.OO 29.00 '
. iX) 5C «.»O I s. ttlemeiit
was run by ihe devil.
Burns and vicinity, when her stock
col. 6.CO J. (X) 15.00 ■2S.0" ! 1- 0
should be purchased at one
12.M) ■ 0 2S. 00 48.0 ■ ! SH.-X) 1'20 00 Th ’ suit’ mgs of the
arrives, to call and examine her
20.00 tu -4 43.00 60.uO 1 it..'.00 140. Ou
time, but any amount from 5 cents
. the Australian colony are terrible.
—Mrs. Marv Matthes is sole line of goods and prices.
to $20 as explained upon the tick
agent in this town and county for a
if every description executed with neatness
New York firm for the sale of lace,
rad despatch, at reasonable rates.
window curtains, pillow shams,
table covers bed spreads i
Cards, Tic sets,
v located in
W olcott . Colo.. June4.— Advices and laces, and at prices so low as
Tits H kr ai . ii is kept regularly ou file for re- received today from
Hayden’state to as' onisli tl e most incredulouss Burns, will teach music on Piano, Stock Salt at $8.50 per ton sacked!
vrn.ee, in’lie Geo. 1’. Rowell Newspaper Ad-
WOOL STORED FREE!
•«riiiiig Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
that cattlemen and ranchmen, arm Mrs Matthes solicits a call from Organ, Violin and Guitar, M usic
R. R. RATES THE BEST!
ed and masked, 800 strong, have her neighbors and examination of furnished for balls and parties,
terms to suit the times.
Can any point offer more? We
decided to descend upon the camp goods.
the competing point and this is
of sheepmen on Eikhead creek. At
the place to send your WOOL.
the sh ep -
—M/s. Mur; '*4tth*s Milliner,
25 cts rate to Pendietion from here.
Grover Cleveland I camp will be visited by a committee has ji.st receive«! another supply of
Adlai Stevenson 1
i-eretary ,,f state
Walter q. Gresham serving notice to move over on the milleiiery goods including hat«, rib
A good much belonging to H. G. 1.90
John G. Carlisle
Mentary of Interior
Hoke Smith Snake river divide within six hours. bons,
hat trimmings etc. Mrs. Campbell, containing 160 acres 12 I No point can offer better than
WNtarv of War
Daniel 8. Lamont
itcretary of Xavy
Hilary A. Herbert At the expiration of that time the Matthesis meeting
with success, miles south east of Burns. This i I here. Buyers are here getting wcol.
Secretary of Agriculture,
.1. Sterling Morton
Richard S, Olney main body will arrive to kill every which proves the quality’ and stvle ranch has about 100 acres of good i Don't overlook your interest in the
.. Wilson 8 Bissell
sheep in California park.—States of her goods and also her customers meadow land. Price $800 or will above WHICH ARE FACTS.
J. N. Dolph man.
Don’t be mi-led bv irresponsible of
are satisfied with her prices. Ladies trade for sheep.
B yrd »V K ing .
fers—we can duplicate any proposi
she solicits your patronage and is
l W. R. Ellis
. C. M. Idleman
very much pleased to have you call Notice Of Dissolution Of Part tion. Send your wool in our care.
Wm P laird
iwreian of state
. Phil. Metsi I ihii
•’’I':. Public Instruction
. GM Irwin
O C. Co.,
’ «le Priuter
—John Sweitzer,car pen ter, under
Know all men by these presence
W H Leeds of the total des ruction of the miss
i R. S. Beau.
I taker and cabinet maker. His work that the co partnership,
Win. P. Lord ions of Cheng
' F. A. Moore
SIXTH J Il't't’TAI. DISTRICT:
Yoachopu has been confirmed. shop is the old restaurant building. existing and known as I). L. and
M. D. CUFFOKi» The local officials refused protection Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at \V. II Shirk is this day and
James A. Fee.
; '«tr.i t Attorney
J. L. Rand to the missionaries until
the mob prices to suit the hard times. Cof February 9th 1895 dissolved by
*> CUAir IS THE BEST.
O. L. Patterson.
□ □ Q h UL fit for a king .
A. W .Cowan had completed the work
of demol I fins made to orde*. Will take pro mutual
ishing the buildings. The mission duce partlv for work and balance in that each and not one for the other,
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
..................C. P. Rutherford.
but each foi himself shall assume
4*3*9 F ine C ali & K angaroo .
• (D).. . C. E. Kenjon stations at other places have been
*3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
I. 8. Geer
About 20 adults, be
—J F. Boyle, photographer, is
T. A. McKinuoli threatened
$2. workingmen ’«
have still here.
A rare opportunity er shall stand as ‘surety for the
8. W. Miller sides a number of children,
.C has . Newe 1
»2.$ i ?» boys 'S chool S hoei
at Cheng Tu and is presented to all who have not other. In witness whereof we have
R J. lvers taken refuge
- ladies -
A. B. Marks
R. R Sits. for the affair.—Statesman.
samples of his excellent work. Re of Feb. 1895
r SEND FOR CATALOGUE
LAND office :
DEBS’ IM PRISON MET.
I). I.. S hirk , seal
W-L--DOUG L. AS-
member his prices, $3.00 per doz.
Over One Million People wear the
■ A. A. Cowing
for cabinets. He guarantees to
Chicago, June 10—Eugene V.
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Debs and other officials of the please even themost fastidious.
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
«YLVA REBEKAH Degree No. «3.
They give the best value for the money.
American Railway Union will be
They equal custom shoes In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
■y let and 3d Wednesday.
s nt to the Woodstock jail tom )rrow.
The prices arc uniform,—stamped on sole.
Lucy Rusk, N.G.
From $i to
saved over other makes.
M I. tewia. Rec. Sec’y
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
c<iU't was received here today
In ihe matter of the Estate of T. LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON. “Dealors everywhere
The men under sentence are: E. V.
Wanted, agent to
Mav 21, 1RU5.
take exclusive sale for this vicinity.
I)ebs, G. W. Howard, S. Kelliher,
Notice is hereby given that the following
Notice is hereby given that the named settler has filed notice of his intention at once.
L W. Rogers, James Hogan, W. E
mske final proof in support of his claim,and
Furns, R. M. Goodwin and Martin undersigned has been unpointed by to
that saiil proof will be made before Register
Receiverat Burns Oregon, on June 2N. 1895.
the count» court of Harney county
”A H onor
N o 8
J amf . s H. H unt .
KF . V 'A.X.
Oregon, Sitt’ng in probate, admin
Hd. No. 1 for the 8W'4 SE'4 and EU BWU
HE', NW'4 See. 35, Tp. 24 8 R 32 E.
Mr», Sayer Cor H.
istrator of the estate of T. H. Glaze, and
He names the fo lowing witnesses toprove
, his continuous residence upon and cultivation
1»O. 77, I. o O F.
oi said land.vis: Benton Kmbree.of Burns '»re
liuportera nad Whol«M!eDeal»r« In all kind» of
All persons indebted to said Estate | Scott Haves, George W. Harkness. Bailey
Ball, every Satnrdav
J. C. Wooly N. O.
are requested to settle the same
Viol! it. Guitar«, Banjo«, Accordtons, Hat muni
THOMAS JONES. Register.
" C. Byrd, Seey.
immediately, and those having
cut, Lc., r.il kind*«f String«, etc., etc.
«’° *. R.
I claim« against the estate will present
them to me, at my residence in
iT . J H*H. AU Comrade
L? urns-Canyon Stage Line
Burns, Oregon, with the proper
Ask your dealer for them Send for
vouches attached,within six months
Ferry’s Seed Annanl far
T. A. M c K innon , contractor.
from the first publication of this
L Invaluable to all ptanienand lovers i
c. «. MAILS.
of Fine Vegetables and BeaatMWI^
Flowers. WrOeforit Krre.^|
and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Express.
w * s «- v « li :
1». W Ft ItHJ A to.
Dated December 5tb 1894.
RrtroK. Ml. t.
Stages I/eave Burns daily for Canyon City, and intermediate points,
H. K elley ,
»ram—ciYOW CITI :
Administatorof the Estate of T. H. Fare $5.
I .eon Brown, Express Agent,
1 Glaze, deceased.
Ben Brown, local agent for contractor,
W. L. D ouglas
R rrys 5 eed :
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