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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1895)
—Chairs of all paterns and de- A. Venator, of Crane creek, were :n
scriptions at the hardware store of town last week visiting friends.
Notice is hereby given to all por-
Dated this 14th day Dec., 1995.
Julian Byrd, Frank Miller and
holding claims against the
H. M. H orton .
of Victor S. Ottmer, deceased,
^S»AT DECEMBER 1»»».
—New go »Is rt the Johnson store, Frank Howard were oyer from Administrator cf the Estate of Vic
the same to the under
now urnler control of Ileniy Canaday •v; Burns, Friday eve., taking in the
tor S. Ottmer, deceased.
place of business in
Just as cheap as ever or cheaper Call
Published in the E ast O regon Burns, Harney county, Oregon, yer-
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF and examine goods midget prices, Hnd
erald for two consecutive issues, ified as by law required within six
if suited buy.
axy newspaper in this county .
i by order of Ho.. C. P. Rutherford, ■..'¡■»he f.o... the det. of this notice
‘ —Santa Clause will ma ke his Clernh nen spent Saturday and Sun 7
x ■ Dated at Burns this 11th day of
day \ ¡siting friends at the Island. County Judge, of Harney County, j December 1885
Burns 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of
II. M. H orton ,
and 8 p. m. til after Xmas. Call and see him. i D ied —The infant child of Mr. State of Oregon.
the month 11 a. m.
—Jorgensen has the finest and and Mis. Joe Lamb of Harney died
«Silver Creek 4th. Sunday 11 a. . m.
;:1 The 2nd Sunday will best lot of goods that ever came to °n the 11th. inst., and was buried
and 5 p. ui
H untington . Or., Oct. 25, ’95.
nd for general work in Burns; go and see for yourself, the same day in the Hartley ( eme-
be resert. _
He is also taking Cabinet Photos, tery. They have the sympathy and Notice of Administrators Sale of
D ear S ir :—At no tíme in the
R ev . G ibson . ! at |3 per dozen. Do not forget, to condolence of their many friends.
history of the O. C. Co. has a dol
Real Estate at Private gale.
D on .
Pastor, go and see what he has on hand.
In the matter ef the Estate of W.! lar been able to purchase as much
as this fall; we have reduced per-
D Hudspeth, Dec’d.
I —“As the is a matter of import-
of margins to compare with
I ance to come before the entire
( membership of the First Baptist
the times, and persons about io
make purchases can get more for
—Fresh 0Viters and Oranges at t Church of Burns a full membership
attendance is hereby requested on
Jas Campbell, come near being Oregon, dated November 13 th 1895, their/money here than elsewhere.
Johnsons Cash Store.
i Saturday Dec. 21 at 2 p m.” This, responsible for quite an amount of empowering, and licensing me, as All the wagon oads going into
—The Band gave Mr. and Mrs
i notice appeared in the last issue of hay, caused by himself setting fire, Administrator of the above entitled Malheur and Harney counties load
Goodman a nice serenade.
Why is it?
the News and a local following it I Timely aid was all that »ayed him. estate, to sell the real estate thereof, i with us.
—Seethe largest line of toy books, saying that copies of the notice*
in said county, at private sale will deals and prices low as the lowest.
Mr. Campbell had 40 or 50 head
dollsand Xmas goods at Worthing were given the Times and H erald |
If you have not already bought
so sell at private sale the following
of sheep poisoned with alkali. To
fall supplies, come and seo us.
ton's bef-re buying elsewhe.e.
described real estate to-wit:
prior to 11 a m Wednesday. The
prevent this sheep men should give
we want your trade
E| SE| Sec 19 and NW| SWi
—J. Durkheiuier and Sheriff* Git- local so far as the H erald is Cun |
Yours for business, .
their herds plenty of salt just before and SWi NWi sec 20, Tp 33 S R !
lingi arrived home from- Portland , cerned is an intentional falsehood
O. C. Co.
moving them to the valley.
Si SWj and SW| SEi sec 20 and ;
The effort is being made here to
TWO FOR ONE.
NEi Bee 29, Tp 33 S R 30 E
—Finest line of Pho'o , Scrap and
noun after our week’s issue was off have a grand time Christmas eve.,
Auto. Albums ever brought to East.
and in the post office and gave us that ¡s, if such a time can be had sec 21 and
Send for free sample and judge
ern Oregon at Worthington’s.
33 S R 30, E. I thereby. The E. O. H erald and
the foregoing notice and remarked
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—Parties desiring to purchase| at the time that he was not in time*
< n Qn V
N" i ere ~S, Tp Cincinnati Weekly Ei quirer, both
Some person or, persons, a short 33, 1 S
R 30 E.
Christmas goods, candies etc..
one year for $2.
Sa Hie I i ror
week’ s .ssue,
...” on i Mies
out we ( could | time sine?, cut gaps through the
Ei SW4 sec 27 and Ei NW| sec
The Enquirer is a 9-colum,8 page
Hudspeth She received a stock publish the notice in the next issue 1 wire fences of Messrs. Jordan.Kelso 34. Tp 33, 8 R 30 E.
i paper, issued each Thursday.
Wi Ei sec 34, Tp 33, S R 30 E.
of Christmas goods last Monday.
as the time of the meeting was on and Mrs. Parker, It is thought
Largest in size,cheapest in price,
SE| sec 34 and Si SW^ sec most reliable in news,all large type,
the 21st, and he futher stated that the parties who did it, wished to
—Do not fail to hear Prof. Hal-'
it was not likely it would be pub mak? their »scape without being 35 Tp 33 S R 30 E.
plain print, good white paper. If
Si NWi and Lot 4. sec 2, and our readers want another live paper,
stead deliver his Phrenological lec i
lished in the issue of the News of seen by the public.
Lot 1. sec 3 Tp 34, S R 30 E.
tores at the Burns Church Thurs-
the Enquirer is that paper
the 12th. These are the facts in
Situated and being in Harney Call or send orders to this office.
Our friend Newton Hooyer hat-
day and Saturday evenings. Ad
the matter. We are perfectly will
returned from the Dalles.
mission ‘25 cents.
ing to publish church notices etc.
3 he Faid sale will be made on or Don’t Tobacco Hpit or Suiokc Your
—Tl.e Harney Sunday school and think we have always been
Jas. McCune fenced his part of
after the 18 th day of December,
will eive an entertainment on | willing to aid in church matters, the Lawen and Narrows county
¡895, and bids will be received by is the truthful, startling title of a
Dec. ‘25 for the benefit of the Sunday though if anv of the good brothers, road.
me at the office of Cressler and book about No-To-Bac, the harm
school. The citizens of our town feel it to their duty, to give us the
The geese and swans have gone Bonner, at the town of Cedarville, less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up nicotinized nerves,
are cordially invited to attend and a 1 ‘ black eye” we shan't run after to a warmer clime except a few
California or at the office of Waters eliminates the nicotine poison,
help in a good cause. Tickets 25 ’ | them, but we do not care to be put conkers around the warm springs.
t Gowan, at Burns Harney County, makes weak men gain strength,
vigor and manhood. You run no
before the public in a false light.
It is rumored here that an exten Oregon
—Santa Clause has agreed to
or financial risk, as No-To-
Terms of sale cash in hand on
sion of the survey bordering en
by druggists every where
give every boy and girl a bag oT
delivery of Administrators
Malheur lake, has been granted.
to cure or money
candy and nuts, who will call on
deed of conveyance.
him Xmas at Worthington’s.
C. B. W ickliffe ,
I The usual public Masonic instai
their stock for the winter, there be
M arried .—On the evening
December 11, Rev Gibson olliciat-J Hall on Friday Dec. 27 at the hour ing a bountiful supply of feed and
D. Hudspeth, Dec’d.
H. M. Horton, Burns.
we cannot see onr cattle go hungry,
ing,Er. Chas C. Craumer and Miss j°i
neither are we going to burn the
Dota Metcalf were united in mar to be present, the members of the tuh-s and risk losing our hay. Tides
riage, nt the residence of Chas. An | order will take special pains to
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
make an excellent winter break
dereon in Burns. The contracting make the entertainment interesting
and good bedding for stock.
partita reside on Calamity, this.ar^ enj°ya^e-
Rev. Yockey preaches to us once
“ A N A K ESI S ” glw 1 astr.r.i
relief and w :yi U-z 1
a month. His text, tho last ser
Importer of and
Cure for Zi’.sir. . L-
Who(«ale Dealer in all kind« of
freZAiltln^’A.N A KES1S,’
mon he preached, was “Whom do
M arked —At the residence of
Box 241U,Nuw York City
man say that I theBonof man am?”
the bride’s parent», Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Johnson, of this ptace. Aus i The Odd fellows of Harney Lodge , Matt. 16 c 13 v.
be the son of
tin Goodman and Miss Hester |
Installation at the God.
A S ubscribfr .
Johnson were married by Rev. Gib- t *ave a
ton on Sunday evening, the 15th
imt. Both the contracting parties hour of 7 p. m The members wil1 Administrator’s Sale of Personal
were rais«*d here in our midst, and use every effort to mak« this a fiUC !
only, seemingly to us, a short while All are cordially invited to attend, i
Notice is hereby given that under
>ince, now grown and married. The installation will be followed by
by virtue of an Order issued
T he H erald tineerely wishes them a free dance conducted by the order
and special pains will be taken to out of the County Court, of the
happiness and prosperty.
State of Oregon, for Harney county
make the dance the most enjoyable
in the matter .of the Estate of Victor
—We have a religious communi-1
catirm from an old and dear friend | McGee at the French Hotel. Price S.0ttrner.deceased I,the undersigned
administrator of said Estate will.on
’how good will and friendship we ( 50 cents a plate.
the 28th day of Dec., 1895, at 2
highly prize: We dislike very.
o’clock p m, of said day, at the cor
®ucb to disappoint him but we
ral of P. F Stenger in the town of
f*nnot publish the communication, I
August Selle and daughter,of the Burns, county and State aforesaid,
*u»e a year or two since, we got
• -- pub-1
country were in town la»t sell to the highest and best bidder
<ure»ive» in a muddle for the
for cash in hand at not less than
■ «lion of doctrinal religious com-1 week.
’"•nication. and we published at
their appraised Valuation, the fol
The basket supper held last Fri
-battime a notice that we would in
lowing described personal property
h.ure refuse to publish such mat day night proved to be a very belonging to said Estate to wit:
We hope our friend will be pleasent affa’r.
17 head of cows,
**li»fied with this explanation and amounted to |7 00 which goes to
15 “ “ calves,
the benefit of the Sunday school.
6 “ “ one year old heifers,
1’ H. Gray and wife, and Mrs.
1 three year old steer,
TROOP “A” O. N. G.
BURNS ORE., DEC. 25, 1895.
Geo. Young, Prompter.
Floor Managed by the Troop.