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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1896)
The supper gotten up by the
—Tom Allen, a prominent candi-• The recent big ft£i.ke . made by
—E A. Stauffer and wife were
ladies of the district showed that
in Burns the latter part of last week, datb for sheriff on the republican Foaster<-<fr' McDonald at Idol t ity
the men were good providers, and
ticket, was present at the Masonic mine's, is still all the talk. . Mr.
—Isaac Foster and wife spent 1 installation.
their wives good cocks.
McDonald brought, in a »-
two days in Burns the latter part of
I’. 1». K elley , Teacher.
en from one pan of dirt, it is valued
OmCULATIOK OF 1
—W. II. Hogan a.ij.d , wife and wholesale liquor, card and cigar at $22.50 And they say there is
»-ArtK-N THIS COONTF.
Carrel Cecil were in at the Mason- store today. Burns has now a
Burns, Dec. 30, ’95.
wholesale house and we opine it P*en,-V ' more of the same kind
! ic installation.
E d . H erald : 1 arrived in your
Religions Nep ife8,
—Congress passed the bond bill will be a success.
little City the 5th inst. I discov
• richest in Eastern Orrgon.
Dec; 28th, by a vote of 170 to 136. —N. w go ><ti« Ft the Johnson store,
Rurns 1st. anc
ered in the two years of my absence
and 8 p. n>. 34 mojontv.
The Cow Creek Cristmae tree and your town had improved very much
now under control of Heniy Canaday.
¿“'creèt Jll,. Sondavi la. . m.
—Our young friend Jack Ragon .Ju-t us cheap as eve.r or cheaper Call ¡entertainment was a grand affair, indeed. I also notice improve
¿r,: fh— »■>* - left here the latter part of last week and examine goods and get prices, and i Every one present expressing them- ments and thrift on your ranches,
, for Portland, to enter the Business if suited buy.
¡selves as passing a very enjoyable stock men in better spirits, money
—Loyd Johnson is on - the sick evening, and that Cow Creek people more plentiful and beef demanding
a better price. Since I have been
R ev . G ibson ,
and noble qualities secure for him,1 list this week.
can. nyt be excelled in any under here Burns has been gay, every
Pastor, ’f he lives, a brilliant future. Our
—Mr. Adolph Tupker is bill' taking. Santa Claus seemed to body enjoying the holidays Some
best wishes for his welfare and ad-
I vancement follow him.
suffering with rhumetism.
ihaye remembered all—we have no one Bays Hark! 1 hear a band of
creek I bad bov and girls youjtnow. Fol music; we listen, and we hear the
—The following officers *f Burns
—David Miller of Fine <
blare of the trumpet and the an
(Masowic Lodge were installed at
spent Christmas in our town, jje i lowing the tree a dance was an swering note of the coronet and we
—Jake John« n is again a citizen . the Armory Hall last Friday even
every body—old and are fully reminded by the demon
ing: W. L Marsden, \V. M.; C. H. had just returned from a trip to ¡young
away the hours stration that there is enough brass
I Voegl v, S. W.; Thos, Jones. J. AV.; Winnemucca with beef cattle.
until 12 p m, to music by Father in Burns to make several bands.
—Chairs of all paterns and de J. (j. Welcome,.Treas.; 8. W. Mil-
The saloons and hotels of your town
—Grant Kesterson and Miss Nora j Buchanan.
at the hardware store of' 1er, Sec.; J. E. Ragon, T* 1er; W. J
very good, one can get plenty
Johnson. S. D ; Geo XV. Haves. Gowan, will be married this even
and lots of the universal rem
J. D. The address of evening was ing at 6 o'clock, at the residence of
snake bites to wash it down.
-Doug Baker and familv spent delivered by Atty. G o. W. Hayes. the brides father, Senator Gowan. i
The pojs claim to hold the bal
part of the holidays in Burns and , —Miss Jessie McGown’s term of
ance of power in your county, and
—The large, partly finished,
Burns, Dec. 30, '95.
school on Crane Creek has expired building known as the George
I am informed there are four can
E d . II ekald : The entertainment didates for coroner to set on the
-Mrs. E. A. Vaughn returned
i mother’s Mrs. Martin. We are in- Young hall, and belonging to J. at the school house in district No. dead candidates after next June’s
from Portland in company with ' formed that the directors and Durkheimer, succumbed to the 4, last Friday evening, was a suc- election.
patrons of the school are well satis- wind this morning and is now a 1 ce88i There were over fifty in at- I The Eagle ip sitting on a high
. perch and when he screams he takes
Geo. Smyth and wife of Diamon tied with Miss Jessie’s effort in the complete wreck.
short term of school she taught for
a kink out of the Lion’s tail. We
were plesen» at the bell given at them.
M arried —On Christmas even-
pupils performed their parts can whip Great Britain and annex
the Armory Christmas night.
ing at six o’clck, at the residence of] with honor to themselves and cred Cuba, if Uncle Sam will only give
1 —Senator Mitchell has succeeded
Sayer, Joseph Tupker and 1 H b'tHe teacher.
—The Military dance by T
rroop. jn getting an extension of the Burns
The closing remarks by Prof.
‘ of 23 miles the ter Miss Viola Powers were united in /
A given at the Armory Hall Christ- Lawen
Rev. Gibson performed I Newell were listened to with inter-
nmwss well attended. 85 numbers minus is now at Crane on Crane marriage. R^v.
Creek. The Post Odice at the resi the cremony. The bride has made est by all.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair. San Francisca.
i dence of Henry Turner. Service
—Link ana Thos Hutton, of I will begin Feb. 1 1896. No. 73385,
er, for several years, and is well
Wagontire, also a son of Fred Oak- J. Gould contractor. $460 extra
allowed on the route for the ex known and much respected here (
t-rman m company with them spent tension.
She she has many friends to offer
several of the holidays in Burns.
—Mrs. Zepf and her daughter. congratulations; the groom being 1
—A bright future is predicted bv Miss Agnes Powers, residents of a resident of Burns from boyhood '
the miners on Trout creek, several Canvon city, are spending the holb is not lacking in friends to offer
SEMI-ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT
of whom have been in Burns in the I days here with Mrs, John Sayers congratulations, in vhieh T he H er Of the financial condition of the county of Harney, in the State of Ore
and Mrs. Joseph Tupker both
gon, on the 30th dav of September, 1895.
daughters of Mrs. Zepf and aist'-rs ald joins, wishing them a long
September 30, 1895.
—Supper at French Hotel on the i to Miss Agnes. The two latter havpy and prosperous life. The
night of the installation of the o(Bc-1 came over before and were present Burns Brass Band, of which Joe is
standing and unpaid,
^He marriage of Mr. Joseph a member, proceeded to Mr. Say
ere of the I. 0. O F on
estimate n mount of interest accrued thereon,....
inst. 75 cents a plate will be
er’s residence immediately after .. .. „
’ Total Liabilities, $58813 33
—The P. L S. boys who spent the marriage and gave them a sere i Date. September 30, 1895.
several of the holidays in Burns nade which was replied to by an in- * By funds in hands of county Treasurer, applicable
—The Christmas tree entertain seemed to enjov themselves very
to the payment of Countv Warrants,
ment was well attended. Addressee nn ch. Very little disturbance, vitation to come in and lake refresh Bv funds m hands of county Sheriff, applicable tv
ments, which they were not slow tc I
were bv Capt.A W Waters and Rev. and not more than is naturally ex acknowledge. The Band then re
the payment of County Warrants,
pected at anv place, during the turned to town discoursing music* By estimate unpaid current taxes.........................
presents, for friends and children , holiday f< stivities. 'Ve think all on the way.
partn s not citizens of Burns were
—Jorgensen has the finest and | well treated and entertained and
best lot of goods that ever came to we cordially invite many returns of
Burns; go and see for yourself. 1 * such
Owing to the rush’ng Christmas |
He is also taking Cabinet Photos,
R unaway —Last Thursday Frank
we failed to make our weekly i
al $3 per dozen. Do not forget to ' Miller’s team, hitched to a sleigh, contribution
himself and Miss Bunyard were the
go and see what he has on hand.
occupants, became frightened and
Roland Hankins, of Silvies val
—We met C. E Randall here in started
for -- a ------
run. Mr. Miller suc ley, is spending the holidays in I
town a few divs since. Mr. Ran ceeded in stopping them before Harney visiting friends.
dall had just returned from Califur I they ran far, but after having
Mr Seth Bower and son Bert, of!
stopped they continued to kick and
m» where he had taken horses for |
•- until one of them fell on Cow Creek, are at the Island feed
fair. He disposed of his horses at the*tongue breaking it. . Neither of ing stock.
tulerbly fair prices.
the occupants were injured
Andy Helon is down from the
spending the holidays.
—Atty’s J. W. Bigg3 and J B.'
Huntington left here, by priyatc;
The entertainment given by the
Ada Iaeger. ThejT were married at
Sunday School was quite a
conveyance, on Monday afternoon, EdmondV
-------------------— Both of them
affair and was enjoyed*
■»r t myon city. Mr. Biggs will I being former residents, for years, of
by ali present.
one of Canyon city’s fair our town and we number them
daughters, Miss Ilazletine, on New among our closest and best friends.
Miss Belle Clendenen returned
We extend to them congratulations Sundaj’ to her school in Silvies val
sincere and heartfelt and wish them ley. after spending Christmas week
Brant Thompson i and family ever/ h*PPine“ contained in the with her parents at this place.
word when applied to newly mar-
kP“'it Chais?mas in Burna. T M
.. bile Gied
The entertainment that waB to!
i±2U‘!aJ“Âd.L*d’ Ch.r.et.r, and one for the Best Sus-
her< Grant worked his chances 38
tamed Gentleman Character.
have been rendered by the H. L. 8. i
■ouch as possible for the nomioa
New Years hight, has been post
poned till-t he 22d of February, but
»'on of sheriff by his party. Be'
will be.a dance. Cotne one,
u many friends and considers his
Notice is hereby given to all par-
eons holding claims against the
Quite a number of Harneys
■~Mr. Gus Shroder of Paieely e8tate Victor 8. Ottmer,deceased, young people took in the dance in I
•l^nt several of the holidays in to present the
‘u same to the
J - Burns Christmas -night. Follow-'
signed at his place of business in ing is a list: H. C. Brown and wife,
if»»- Mr Shroder is a son in law Burns, Harney countv, Oregon, ver
*.Lomegvs and his wife was ified as by law required within six Misses Rose, Julia and Maggio 1
**'-fthe unfortunate who were months from the date of this notice. Logan. Hattie Clark, EUa Williams, t
Hattie Hill, and Hattie Bunyard- a *
Dated at Burns this 11th day of Messrs. Bert Bower, Tern Howseri
r e,d <o 'h ath in the conflagra-
uny»rd, John Logi_„,
occurred at Silver Lake December, 1895.
H. M. H oktom ,
Clark. Dave Davis and Andy Heb
TWO PRIZES GIVEN:
MUSIC BY LEE CALDWELL’S ORCHESTRA.
The managers will spare no
make thisaball “the event”
QI tDC SCHSOB
A cordial in vita-
tlOB extended 1 tn clll
TICKETS $1. Gent spectators 50cts.Ladiesfree.