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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1895)
Thanksgiving passed away as it the Indian« to hunt, as guarantee
—Thanksgiving was universally
Everybody seemed ’by their treaty, and the game laws
observed in our town, if we regard came slow,
i-¡of Wyoming as against the treaty
as evidence the sale and purchase to be staving quietly at home en
joying his own, and offering up his rights of these Indians are absolute
in the town of about 200 turkeys.
w >1>N-KSDAY DECEMBER 4 1*5.
thanks in silence; but ye scribbler ly null and void. It is not the pur
—Miss Ollie Frye, one of I hl
pose of the Indian office to allow
. - ,
_ doubts if there were any offered.
erald force, has had a very se- ,
the Indians to roam away from
. the largest circulation of
vere attack of LaGrippe, but is now
The Harney Sunday School is their reservations, but every effort
able to be at her case again
, I making _ active preparations for an I will be made to keep them at home
L i Services.
entertainment and basket supper and make them earn their own
—The Baker Democrat gives it
"and^hd- Sundays of
to be given Cristinas night.
living. With this end in view, ef-
that we poor sojourners of Harney
lOnth 11 a- *»• and 8 p-
forts are being made to get the In
Valley have already, yes, a month
Silver Creek 4th. Sunday 11 a. m. sine«, experienced weather 10 de- ster of the Harper ranch, was seri- dian reservation irrigated so that
The 2nd Sunday will
grees below zero. Mistake. The Ously injured one day last week, by farm landscan be utilized. ’
and 5 p- 111
for general work in
weather report published weekly in falling from a wagon while con.ing
T he H erald if examined, w’ll be down the mountain from King • , Weather report for the week end-
R ev . G ibson ,
Pastor. found to report 2 degrees above as sawmill.
ing Tuesday, the 26th. Taken at
the coldest we have yet experi
Harney has a singing school of 8 o’clock a m.
about 30 members. Rev. Yockey
D on :
—Resolutions w’ere passed by j teacher.
the Omaha commercial congress
-Carl Cecil was in town last
urging the construction of the j
Butte, Bois* and San Francisco R j
—LaGrippe is prevailing to some R. The line of this road passes'
V an , Or., Dec- 2, ’95.
extent in Burns.
through this county and we hope
An Epidemic of colds prevails Mon
_A Hembree, of the Narrows,
among the little folks heie.
to stimulate the promoters to imme-1 Mr. Rodney McHaley has just re-'
was in town one day last week.
—John Cornutt and Marion Hor diate action.
turned to Prairie City. He has
—The following officers were been here for several days dividing
too were in town last Saturday.
Notice of Administrators Sale of
—Polk Gearhart paid our town a elected for the ensuing term, at the cattle with R. P. Moffit, who has
Real Estate at Private Sale.
last regular meeting of Harney bought the Geo. and R R McHal
visit the latter part of last week.
In the matter ef the Estate of W.
Lodge, No. 77, I. O O. F., in this ey ranches here, and also 60 head
—Receiver A. A. Cowing is again nla'-e. viz: N. G., W. C. Byrd; V.
D Hudspeth, Dec’d.
of cows from Geo McHaley.
suffering veiy much with his leg. G., Ed Joy; R. S , B. I). Mclntvre;
I Under authority of an order of
Old Mr. 'VeBdell and Mr. Wil sale granted by the County Court
—The Militi-'. will give a grand P. S., J. S. Kenvon; Treas., Thos.
burn, of Prineville, are here gather I | of the County of Harney, State of.
ball at the Armory Hall, Uliri.-t Jones. There will be a public in I ing horses for the former.
1 Oregon, dated November 13 th 1895,
slallation of officers.
W. L. Jones has his hog house I empowering, and licensing me, as
—We understand Judge Ruther
—In a letter to Atty. G. W nearly completed on
his claim 2 1 Administrator of the above entitled
ford thinks of moving his family to | Haves, which we read, it is stated miles above here.
estate, to sell the real estate thereof,
I that action has been taken bv the
We notice two new houses on in said county, at private sale will
—Ben Brown, who went east as I post office department, regarding Duck creek, belonging to S. F. Jen- 80
private sale the following
far as Chicago several weeks since, establishing post offices at Crane
(described real estate to-wit:
Creek and Venator. Acting Asst
returned last Friday.
Ei SEi Sec 19 and NWj 8W|
Postmaster General, G. F. Stone
Joe Holeboss has rented the W. and SWi NW| sec 20, Tp 33 S R
—We see quite a display of Hol
has written the postmasters at of F. Moffit ranch.
idav goods at II M. Horton’s, I. 8. fices interested for information to
SA SW| and SW¿ SE| sec 20 and
Mrs. Ja§. Anderson is on the sick
Geer & Co’s, and A. C. Worthing
enable the department to consider list.
NEi sec 29, Tp 33 S R 30 E
V anity .
SEi SEL "ec 20 and SWj SW|
I the question.
sec 21 and NW j NW| sec 28 and
—Chairs of all paterns and de
I There’s a mighty good set of tel
NE| NEi ¡»ec 29, Tp 33 S R 30, E.
scriptions at the hardware store of
ephone poles strung out between
Si NEi H"d Si NWi sec 28, Tp
33, S R 30 E.
Pendleton and Canyon City that H all of H arney L odge .)
—Xew goals ft the Johnson store, will very likely be utilized for cord
Ei SWi sec 27 and Ei NWi sec
No. 77, I. 0.0 F f
34. Tp 33, S R 30 E
now under control of Henry Canaday.
wood or fence posts by some one Burns, Or., Nov. 29, 1895 )
I Wi Ei sec 34, Tp 33, S R 30 E.
Just ns cheap as ever or chenper Call
and examine goods „ml get prices, and
Ei SEi sec 34 and Si SWi sec
the people of Grant county will not I • Master of the Universe has called 35 Tp 33. 8 R 30 E.
if suited buy.
Si NWi and Lot 4. sec 2, and
—Assessor Miller, who has been i be ready soon again to risk an v our beloved brother, Victor S. Ott-
suffering for several days with mus
to that Grand Lodge above, where
Situated and being in Harney
cular rheumatism, is able to be out probability of the success of the line
all is peace and eternal rest, and by °”nUy, Oregou.
is assured.—Canyon News
his death this Lodge has lost a ' The said sale will be made on or
—Sheriff Gittings left here last
—Uncle George Duncan, of Sil
worthy, active and charitable mem- af,er ’be 18 th day of December,
ver Lake, Lake county, came into Saturday and is now in Portland. her, his family a devoted and lov-p8',')’ flnd bids will he received by
Rurns this afternoon. He is look- He is a party to an action brought ing son and brother, the communi- > nie
°fTice of Creasler and
in that court (Portland) by the
ing hale and hearty.
town of Cedarville,
Road Company, concerning taxes tv a useful and lawabiding citizen
California or at the office of Waters
—The marriage of Miss Edna against the company collected bv Therefore, be it
Gowan, at Burns Harney County,
Moore and Miles Griffin took place him. or at least attempted, and
R esoltee : That while we sor
at the residence of the bride’s par which the company declare to be rowfully do so. we bow with reyer-:
ents in Fox last evening.—Long illegal. J. Durkheimer. Hon. A ' cnee to the will of Him who doeth i I 1 erms of Bale cash in hand on
I the delivery of Administrators
Cretk Eagle, Nov. 29
\V. Gowan and Nick Barth accoin- all things well, and who. in His in
i deed ot conveyance.
—Jorgensen has the finest and 1 panied Mr. Gittings, the latter only finite wisdom, has afflicted us.
C. B. W ickliffe ,
R esoved : That our sympathy
l*st lot of goods that ever came to as far as Baker City.
the Estate of W.
, is extended to the bereaved family
Burns; go and see for yourself.
—The editor of a Missouri ex-,'
He is also taking Cabinet Photos, change says the world is to come to • in this their hour of affliction and
•t i. per dozen. Do not forget to and end in December and exhorts sorrow; that they be furnished a Dated Nov. 16, 1895.
copy of these resolutions, the same I
go and set- what he has on hand.
the merchants to advertise so as
spread upon the records of our'
not to become losers by having
—The attached cattle of J. H
Lodge, also furnished the local
JO1TN F. RTHATTOS
Howard were »old last Fridey at large stocks on hand when the final press for publication; and that the
the Stenger corral. They were sold moment arrives. It also says that Lodge be draped in mourning for
four lntP. the first $10 per head, it would be to the advantage of thirty days.
subscribers to pay up, clear their)
«wnd. $9 50, third, $8 50, fou. th
M. L L ewis ,
8 am M othershead .' Committee. I °
U.50. The cattle were bid in by conscience and secure the influence
T aomas J ones .
ta», Cc., a|| kinds of Strings, etc., etc.
J Burkheimer and C. A. Sweek, of the papers when Gabriel blows
his trumpet in the morning.
but were turned over to the Hanley
NULL AND VOID.
JOKM F. tj rrtArroit
The Grant County News gives
Commissioner Browning,of Wash
Bruss and Edith Byrd, of Burns, ington, says: "The decision of
lnf,)rn)ati®n that the Blue
J bah jos
• ountain Telephone firm has for- were visitors in this town this week. Judge Riner, upholding the hunting
it« obligation in failing to
Cow Creek is to have a Christ rights of the Bannock Indians, con-)
^•truct the line into Grant coun- mas tree entertainment Christmas firms the view of the interior de-1
NAW T OÙ.
’’•ccerding to contract, and the
parunent that it is not competent
on deposit subscril>ed for
for the state of Wyoming to pass j
E. L. Beede, of Calamity, was in
h*" been returned to
town Bundav with fresh pork.
or in any way abridge the right of
■i Vuo* 241a, New York ¿ti
H untington . Or., Oct. 25, 9a.
D ear S ir :—At no time in the
history of the O. C. Co. has a dol
lar been able to purchase as much
as this fall; we have reduced per
centage of margins to compare with
the times, and persons about to
make purchases can get more for
their^moiiey here than elsewhere.
All the wagon loads going into
Malheur and Harney counties load
Why is it? Honest
deals and prices low as the lowest.
If you have not already bought
vour fall supplies, come and sec us.
we want your trade
Yours for business,
O. C. Co.
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Notice is hereby given that what
is known as the Keiger field in
Diamond Valley, Harney county.
Or., will be closed on or about the
15th of Noy. next. All parties are
hereby notified not to enter or tres
pass on any of the lands in said
field without the consent of the
owner, or they will be prosecuted
according to law.
P eter F rench .
Notice is hereby given-that hv virtue
of a warrant, issued out of the County
Court of Oregon, tor Harney county,
commanding me to collect delinquent
taxes for the vear 1892, by levy and sale
of the property of said delinquents and
to me directed and delivered, I did, on
tl e 23d day of April. 1895, levy upon
and will .ell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, on
Saturday, November 30, 1895. at 10
o clock A. M. of said dav, at the court
house door in Burns, Harney county,
Oregon, the following described real
property, to-wi ; The
SEV of sec
32, Tp 21 8 R 35 E^ NE’< of sec'.
5. Ip. 22, S R 35E. W. M. Oregon,
together with the tenements, heredita
ments and Hppnrtenances thereunto be
longing, situated in Harney county
Iakenand levied upon as tLe proper
ty of M. I). Wilson, to satisfy the
sum of twelve and 80-100 dollars'taxes
and the sum of fourteen and 50-100
costs, together with costs and accruing
Given tinder my band this 21st day
of Oct ., 1895.
A- G ittings ,
n t « « Harnp.v county, Oregon.
By J . M. V aughn , Deputy.
Sheri fps Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
V?!iW’,ed,OntJ,f ,b« County
Court <.f Oregon, for Harney conntv
commanding me to collect delinquent
taxes for years 1892-3, by levy „nd sale
of the property of said delinquents and
o me directed and delivered I dnl on
the 29th day of April, 1895. levy ¿poj
and will sell at public auction to thi
highest bidder for cash in hand on
Saturday, November 30, 1895 at 10
O’clock A M Of Said day’, at The court
house door in Burns, Harney county
Oregon the following described real
Pfopertv, to-wit: The NE'< 8 EV
and N*^ 8WV, NVW sfu „ 4<
with the^e^inentsM heiX'^Ta’B
ty 5 J °H "wÌT? ”p°n nH ,he Br°PPr-
J. 11. Ward, to satisfy the sum of
thirteen and 05-100 dollars ¡axes ami the
sum of fourteen and 40-100 dollars ’coat
together w.th costs and accruing «Cts
h,n<l ,hta 21,1
.. ¡"' m 'v"' H,nlS ooonty.’oregon
By J. M. V aughn , Deputy