East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, June 26, 1895, Image 1

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    VOL. Vili
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE
have succeeded in reaching the
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
city, so strict is the watch kept by
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
The following was published in the Turkish government.”
BY
a recent -issue of the Albany Demo­
A rehearsal of the incidents of
W. C. BYRD & SON.
crat .
the Sassoun massacre has been ob­
P ublishers and P roprietors .
Mr. B. Nolton, of Marysville, Cal., tained from refugees and forwarded
called at the Democrat office this from Bitlis for publication in Amer­
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
morning and directed the Democrat ican papers. The report is practic
J2.0O
One Year ..........................................
.1.00
to offer a reward of $200 for infor­ ally a confirmation of all the de-j
gix Month«............................. ...........
ABSOLUTELY PURE
. .75
i
Three Months............................ ■ ■ • -
mation which will lead to the re­ tails heretofore received and recites
i
HERALD CLUB LIST:
5,00 covery of his wife and children, cruelties of the most revolting na­
Jerald and Harper’« Magazine....
Boarding and lodging at Mr and
—The Havana press drill for
5.20
Jerald and Harper’s Weekly .......
the children. The ture.—Stateman.
5.20 particularly
Herald and Harper’s Bazar.......... .
south
west
I
M
rs.
Andersons
in
the
sale
at the hardware store of C. H.
Beraldand Harper’s Young People... 3.75 case is an interesting one.
About
Jerald ami Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia,. .2.90
Customers
division of our town,
Voegtly is a new one. Mr. Voegtly
etch additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents: ten years ago, Mr. Nolton, then re­
— Roberts Bros can sell you a can be accommodated with meals I offers it for less than cost for cash,
H) cents extra tier volume, postage.
siding in Marion county, was mar­ late improved bathtub for the
r^-Copiesof all the above works can be ex
at all hours and the proprietors because he wants the money.
cined at leisure in the Reading Room.
ried to a Linn county lady. Six small sum of $12.
spare no pains to make guests com­
/^-Publishers of periodicals are solicited years ago they moved to the y'cini-
—Get one of I, S. Geer A- Co’s,
fortable and at home.
mend i lubbing rates, a copy of their work for
>ur Free Reading R win-We file and bind the, tv of c f Marysville, where Mr. Nol­
Chai, and E. J. Anderson.
premium purchase tickets. This
gtter at close of every half-volume, end n«' ci I ton has a big sheep ranch with
—W. N. Jorgenson has just re
■opie« bv advertisement.
firm agrees to give the holder of
about 5000 sheep and 2000 lambs. ceived a supply of first class violins,
such tickets a fine life size Crayon
He informs the Democrat that his vio in bows, and a very excellent
—Mrs. Robert Drinkwater will
ADVERTISING RATES:
Portrait absolutely free of any
«FUI 1 wk 2 wk 1 1 mo j 8 mo 6 mo
married life was particularly a hap­ selection of violin and guitar be in our town in a few days with a
charge, by purchasing $20 worth
.'Inch »1.00 12.50 15.00 Ih.ool »11.00
first class stock of millinery. She
py cue. Nearly two years ago strings.
o.OO 4.U0
0.50 12.0.1 1 IS.00
Ì “
of goods for cash at their store. It
i “
S.00 15.00 , 24 00
3.50 5.00
Chas McClothing begafi working
politely requests the ladies of
J 50 6 00 10.00 29.00 '
t “
. ')0
I
is not necessary that the whole
.» col. O.U0 J 00 15.00 •-8.0 , !..
for him. Three months ago he
Burns and vicinity, when her stock
NOTICE
12.00 ù. oo ¿.8.00 48.0> 1 M. ..(I
amount should be purchased at one
20.00 .0. J 4 L00 00.00 i
DO
disebarg. ù him, on account of his
arrives, to call and examine her
time, but any amount from 5 cents
drinking His wife even made th«1 j Is hereby given to whom it may line of goods and priceB.
JOB WORK
to $20 as explained upon the tick­
r< quest a number of times. A concern that the partnership here­
ets.
)f every diacriptlon executed with neatness
month later McClothing came back i tofore existing between W. F.
tad despatch, at reasonable nites.
,'ircnlars,
Posters,
Pamphlets
and wanted work again, but was Kingsbury and John A. Robertson
tarelopes,
Bill Heads.
Letter Heads,
MUSIC.
tiatoneilts,
Note Heads, t arils, Tiexets,
refused. One Sunday morning xfr. under the fnm name of Kingsbury I
Xonoranda. Invitations.
WE OFFER.
Dodgers, Ete.
Having
permanently
located in
Nolton,
who
has
two
ranches,
went
it
Robertson
in
Ibis
day
dissolved,
T hs H erald is kept regularly on file for re
Burns, w.ll teach music on Piano, j Stock Salt at $8.50 per ton sacked!
'erence, iu the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- to the othtr ranch and returned
fohn A. Robi .tson having re­
rsrtisiu» Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Organ, Violin and Guitar, Music
WOOL STORED FREE!
Monday evening. Two hours afte* moved from Harner County.
furnished
for
balls
and
parties,
R.
R. RATES THE BEST!
he left, his wife, three children and
Dated at Drewsey Oregon,'
h
terms to suit the times.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
Can any point offer more? We
, McClothing skipped out for Oregon '29, 1895.
E. A. Scherer. are the competing point and this is
| in a light Studebaker wagon,drawn
• i
W..F. K ingsbury .
nationa l :
t(> send your WOOL.
by two horses branded O, some
*
------ :—i——
, ...........................Grover Cleveland
• ife-Preside-.it.
Adlai Stevenson * books and about $500 in money.
Pendietion from here.
*ry "!
Walter Q. Gresham
—
Mrs.
Mary
Matthes
is
sole
1.90
“
Boston
“
A
good
ranch
belonging
to
II.
G.
I ? "! 7ly,fl.’>ry .......... John G. Carlisle I Mr. Nollen immediately followed
iteretarv of Interior"
............... Hoke Smith
t
Wcratary of War
No jxiint can offer better than
Daniel 8. Lamont and got track of them once or twice agent in this town an-d countv for a Campbell, containing 160 acres 12
lecretary of Navy
Hilary A. Herbert
I
hcretgry of A/riculture. . J. Sterling Morton
New
York
firm
for
the
sale
of
lace,
miles south east of Burns. This I here. Buyers are here getting wcol.
and has chased through Coos coun
attorney General
Richard 8, Olney
'«•tmaster General
pillow shams, ranch has about 100 acres of good i Don’t overlook your interest in the
• Wilson s Bissell ty, Yaquina Bay and eyen Eartern window curtains,
STATE—OREGON!
It was his portieres, table covers bed spreads meadow land. Price $800 or will above WHICH ARE FACTS.
»Won
J. N. Dolph Oregon without avail.
I
J. H.Mitchell. opinion that thej’ would come to and laces, and at prices so low as | trade for sheep.
Don’t be misled by irresponsible of­
I Binger Hermann
oingressinen
to
as'
onish
the
most
incredulous?
(
fers
— wecao duplicate any proposi-
B
yrd
ár
K
ing
.
(W.
R.
Ellis
this countv. One would not think,
Attorney General
<’. M. Idleman
«»vernor
Mrs
Matthes
solicits
a
call
from
.
tion. Send vour wool in our care.
Wm P Lord though, that a woman would run
’«•retsry of State
Notice Of Dissolution Of Part­
H R Kincaid
rreu’irer
r
i
her
neighbors
and
examination
Resp’t.
ofl
• Phil. Metsehar away with another ma to her for­
’« pl Public mit™ Hon
nership.
........... G M Irwin
"*te Printer
goods.
O C. Co..
R............... W H l.aeds mer home.
The family consists of
Know all men by these presence
) R. S. Bean.
'Wine Juiigeg
Huntington Ore.
, Wm. I".
r. U»r<1
r.-j Mrs. Nolton, with dark hair and
—Mrs. Mary Matthes Milliner, that the co partnership, heretofore
) F. . A.
A Moore
«•yes, with only three teeth, the
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT :
has just receive«} another supply of existing and known as I). L. and
dirtrietJudge ...
ß
M. D. C liffobi . i others having b en extracted re­
Janies A. Fee.
millenery goods including hats, rib­ W. H. Shirk is this day and date
Attorney
J. L. Rami cently for the purpose of securing
O.L. Patterson.
bons, hat trimmings etc.
Mrs. February 9th 1895 dissolved by
W.Cowan a new set, a girl 9 years of age, a
SHOEniKiTSi.
consent.
Furthermore
I Matthesis meeting with success, mutual
COVNTY—HARNEY
boy 5 and a baby 18 months old.
s. CORDOVAN,
■îîrkT ‘"ldge ..........
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
which proves the quality and style that each and not one for the other,
. C.
Rutherford. Mr, Nolton will leave for Marysville
• -.(D).. ; . C. E. Kenyon
byt
each
foi
himself
snail
assume
4
’3.50 F|NE C alf & K ang aroi
Usurer
of her goods and also her customers
■••■(R)
I. S. Geer tonight.
Any
information
leading
*3.50
police , 3 SOLES.
T. A. McKinnon
are satisfied with her prices. Ladies his own obligations and that neith­
(R;
U msmt
A. Gittinge to the recovery of his children will
12.50*2.
WORKtNGMEiA
• •.CD),
S. W. Miller
she solicits your patronage and is er shall stand as ’surety for the
A
-EXTRA FINE-
’’S.
• C has . Newe 1 be rewarded by $200
Other
papers
«2.$IZ5B0YS'SCH00LSH0EX
■ R J. Ivers
very
much pleased to have you call other. In witness whereof we have
ID) /
’■«Issionsr»
LADIES'
A. B. Marks are requested to notice.
set our hand and seal, this 9th day
/R‘ f
and examine stock
R. R. Sitz.
of Feb. 1895
harxkt c. a. land
OFFICE :
fitter
—John Sweitzer,carpenter,under­
D. L. S hirk , seal >
*«*iver
Tiloma» Jones
Armenian Situation.
_
„
...
BROCKTON,
• A. A. Cowing
taker and cabinet-maker. His work­
W. H. S hirk , seal >
Over One Million People wear the
shop is the old restaurant building.
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
A letter from Erzeroum, Turkey
SOCIETIES.
Mr.Sweitzer guarantees his work at
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
in Asia, has been received by Ho­
U-t/ "A R er EKAH Degree No. »3.
«!ve.th® 5«s* value for the money.
prices to suit the hard times. Cof­
"‘"••^nM.adSdWedne.d.y,
Ju
e1ual custom fihoce In etvle and lit
mer A. Canfield from his partner,
I
Their wearing- qualities ere unaurpaMed
fins made to orde”. Will take pro ¡7 INAL PROOF
Lucy Ruak, N.G.
J^r.IC£.”
«""«mi,—stamped Sn soie
William L. Sachtleben, the St.
__..
M *- I^wfs. Rec. Sec’y.
From St to $3 saved over other makes
*
duce
partly
for
work
and
balance
in
If
your
dealer
cannot
supply you we can. Sold by
Louis wheelman who left here four
ca«h.
Her,-, ' ’ ’ * • H,>rnt Lodge, No. 47
LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
“Dealors everywhere
Wanted, agent to
months ago for Asia Minor to locate
ieOMand IthThuradsys
„ , ,
Mav 2L 1895.
take exclusive rale for this vicinity.
Write
—
J
F.
Boyle,
photographer,
is
and
bring
to
juslice,
if
possible,
the
j
Notice
is
her»
by
given
that
the
following
H M Horton, M. W.
at once.
named
settler
hen
filed
notice
of
hla
intention
J W sayer, Rec’d
A rare opportunity
murders of Frank Lenz, the Pitts­ still here.
said proof will be made before Register
?
burg cyclist, who lost his life there. is presented to all who have-not ‘ that
"°SnR
«
"a- ^ nm H Hvx?Oreg°n’ °n June M
"-’"703
trT « *nd «h Monday.
already
supplied
themselves
with
Sachtleben
writes
that
he
has
dis-
i
I
Hd.
No.
1
for
the
SWU
SEW
and
F>'
awi
■
Mr» »¿yerCor H.
and SEli NWU See. 85, Tp. 24 it 1" 32 E ’
*
covered the identity of the Kurdish samples of his excellent work, Re- • •V®
the Io,lowing witnesses toprove
■
"2-
o o -
hie continuous residence upon and cultivation
'"’"ton Kmbree.of Hurt " Or
•» •
FeI10w» «.II, every F.turd.j, chief who planned the killing ar.d member his prices, $3.00 per doz.
8<-<>-t
Haye., George W. Harkness. Belle?
C. Wooly N. G.
for
cabinets.
He
guarantees
to
the 5 men who helped him commit
tn-r
°5ÎCAL MERCHANDI* t -
Hayes, of La wen Ore
w C-Byrd. ^y.
cirllHS. GuiiftrR
a
U
..-I
1 HOM AS JONES, Regiater.
vas ¿
- ’ m ■" o». Aficordtons. Harm«.*
the deed. The writer states that please even themost fastidious.
lk r.dscfStr|nn-,tte.,Hc.
'‘2*T No- **. O. A. R.
he arrived at Erzeroum about May
L11T "f each
Isviteri
Comrade 17th, and adds: “Out of quite a
I-urns-Canyon Stage Line
number of correspondents who
THE «TIiXTT'1-l
came to Constantinople in an en­
T. A. M c K innon , contractor
M ails .
B and I nstrume :
deavor
to
reach
Erzeroum,
it
not
Carrying U. 8, M.ils .„d Ea8ter„ Oreion
ln>»*a”diTu,,:
* '•'»»wWF.XT i’RBUDErT
'••nddepartadaily,
Bitlis and Moosh near the Sawoun
Mv n..n<M io.
tw.
‘*n'«»e»<trp^75A’YO»CtTT •
Slage. Ua,e Burn, dai.y for Canyon Ci.y, .„d iDUrmedj.t.
»»•SMI HMMtnwa tor 1- y
district Aere the horrible atroci-
fc
-
.
iv
V
cm
rtf .ur«.
daily,
exeept Sundu-
»•
.
. •
•
,
TnAYTON
ties have taken place, only three
w/sertnue*
Ben Brown, local agent for contractor, lr°Wn’ K,p”"
Ths Herald
Otters a Reward of $200.
Jims»»
W. IbPpUGLAS
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Burns Oregon.
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