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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1896)
Weather report for the week end
ing Tuesday. Taken at 8 o’clock
a m. Figures with c after, below
1 King is going to make of it.
—Ducks and geese are getting Sun.
„„.o.rutir A.nounreme»!»- i p»OR SHERIFF
—The result, of our citv election plentiful, and shot guns are in de
I hereby announce myself a can yesterday, was the election of Cal mand,
didate for the office of Sheriff, sub Geer for mayor. Henry Richard I — Bob. McKinnon Jr., now a resi
, hereby announce myself a can- ject t® the action of the Repul lican son, Chas. J< h >son and M. H. dent of Dalias, Oregon, who left
of SI.enff, aul>-
The co partnership heretofore ex
Brenton, councilmen. I). Jameson here two or three years ago, is ex
¿ “the action.of the Democratic County Convention.
in the blacksmith and repair
recorder. J. C. Welcome Trees.
pected back here to live, in the ing business in Burns Ore., under
w„tJ C»r«l«E shell EY.
—Our city election, yestrday. as spring.
the firm name of McKinnon &
usual, was attended with considera
—The minimum thermometer at Kenyon is this day dissolved by
ble excitement and quite a conte«t. the observatory in this place regis mutual consent, all debts and ac
p.R COUNTY CLERK.
I hereby announce myself a can
this time, the fight occurred for re tered at zero Sunday and Monday counts owing to said firm must be
immediately settled by cash or
I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Assessor, corder. The candidates were M. L.
notes or be put in the hand of a
.. “ for the office ot County subject to the action of the Repub
Lewis independent and 1). Jameson
Srk.object to the action of the
for settlement with cost
lican County Convention.
—The senate has acknowledged
regular. Jamerson won by seven
for settlement added. AJ. McKin
the Cuban struggle for freedom non is authorized to settle and re
from the Spanish yoke of tyrranny. ceipt for all monies paid.
I —New go ><is 11 the Johnson store
Dated this 8th. day of Feb 1896.
The vote stood yeas 64, nays, 6.
»1 COUNTY CLERK.
I now under control of Henry Canaday.
A. J. M c K innon ,
—We see a bar. ice chest and
I hereby announce myself a can- , .ln-t ns cheap as ever <»r cheaper. Call
J. S. K enyon .
I herebv announce myself a can
I and examine goods nud get pi ices, and tank in the cabinet shop of Thos.
didate for the *jl’
Lahey which are vastly superior in
bject to the
action of the subject to the action of the Repub-j j if suited buy.
—Jorgensen has the finest and atvle and workmanship, to any of
Democratic County Convention.
lican County Convention.
J C. WELCOME. ! best lot of goods that ever came to that kind we have ever known
Burns; go and see for yourself. I made in Burns.
January 27, 181)6.
yoR assessor .
| —Henderson Eiloitt is in town He is also taking Cabinet Photos.' Six hundred and fifty-nine can Notice is hereby given that the following-
iiained settler lias filed tiotiee'of his intention
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
didates were initiated into one lodge that
I herebv announce myself a can- ( today.
said proof will be made before Register <&
go and see what he has on hand.
II 8. Land office at Burns Ore, on
of the A. O U. W., on the evening Receiver
didate for the office of Assessor,
—Easter dyes for eggs at A. C !
Match 7, 1896, viz: W illiam T. W hitworth .
for the EU NWJ4 W),.. NE>. See 14,
subject to the action of the Demi- Worthington.
of December 20, 1895, being the Tp 24, 8 R 8.»
cated at the sink of Prater creek is largest number ever initiated into He names the following witnesses to prove
critic Countv Convention.
his continuous residence upon anil cultiiation
JOHN 0. CAWLFIELD.
—David Milles, of Pine Ct«4c. ’s for sale. Price $500. This it a
of said laud viz: Bj rnn Terrel., Johu Wltzell,
any lodge at one time.
Nellis Parker and B. R. Witaell, all of Burns,
in town today.
good ranch and worth a great deal
—J. C. Garrett and Jas. Dodson
THOMAS JONES, Register
—L. Woldenburg, Jr. of Harney ‘ more than the price asked for it.
are in town today on their return
Call at this oilice or on John Mar-1
I hereby announce myself a can was in Burns yesterday.
from Texas, where, as was publish piNAL PROOF
didate for the office of Assessor,
—We saw Charley Miller of Crow
ed some time since, thev went with LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, O'JEOON.
subject to the action of the Demo
several car loads of muels In con Notice is hen bi Feb. given
cratic County Convention.
that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
THOS. G. DODSON.
—Some money changed hands Idaho to this place about ten days versation with them we learn they to
make final proof in support of his claim,and
since. Mr Wooley thinks this disposed of the mules at a fair profit. thnt said proof will be made before Register
on the election yesterday .
and Receiver U 8. Land Office at Burns Oregon,
is better for him than where
on Mareli 25. 189«, viz W illiam H. G ibson .
—One of the employes on the Hd^No, 204, for the SWl4, Sec 82 Tp 22 S R
— When you desire first class he was, and as a natural conse-
stage line, named Goodman, ii'e names the following witnesses to prove
I hereby announce myself a can painting done do not overlook Culp quence, he is going to remain either
his continuous residence upon and < ultivation
d date for the office of Treasurer, Bros.
said land, viz: Thomas Bain,Price Withers,
.in this countv or Malhuer. He is accidentally cut his foot, in the in of.
Peter Mortimer, and Samuel Mickel, all of
subject to the action of the Demo I
step, with an ax, a few days since
cratic County Convention.
—I. 8, Geer and Co. received two ’now 'ookieg for a situation and at the station near Drewsey. He
THOMAS JONES, Register.
L WOLDENBERG, J r .
new bicycles this morning of the 1 when found will either go or send came here to receive the attention
for his family, now at Caldwell
of Dr. Marsdon. The cut was a i
—The Minnimum Thermoneter
very deep one.
Rums 1st. and 3rd. Sundays of registered, at zer the 29 ult and the) —Mr. and Mrs. Kenev, and
■baby are the guests of Mr and Mrs
the month 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. first of March.
Anderson of this place, and have Harney county on hunting expedi
Silver Creek 4th. Sundavlla. m.
—County Cou t in se s on t iis 1 been for several days. They reside tions the coming summer and fall
and 5 p. in The 2nd Sunday will
week. Judge Rutherford and com > on Calamity in this county. Their The citizens of this county want
be reserved for general work in
missioners Sitz and Marks present.1 ',aKv, r’ow »lout four months old
was unfortunately born clubfooted, thig distinctly understood and gen
MARCH 17, ’96.
R ev . G ibson ,
—C. M. Green,traveling saleman 1 a,1d tHe occasion of the parents be erally known This warning is in
Pastor. fora wholesale clothing house of; ^8 here D because of thia deformity tended for all Indians, it matters
...... • of the child. Dr. Marsdon cut the
I I ban Francisco, is registered at the cords straightened the feet and the not from what reservations they
AT ARMORY HALL.
I French House.
baby is now doing well and thd de conge, none ar • excepted. The kill
ing, maiming and driving deer out For the benefit of “Urcle” Wash
Messrs. Tom Anderson and
of our mountaine has been tolerat
—Indian war veterans and wid
-Chairs of all paterns and de- Austin Goodman have bought the
ed as long as our citizens will put
»captions at the hardware store of 8aloon property formerly run by |ow8 of leaped veterans who de up with it, and we want all Indian
Good Music has been Procured.
Caldwell and now have posses ■ sire the PassJge of the b)ll granting
agents and the Indians to under 1
-Henry Turner is in town today, »ion.
them pennons, which is now before stand that it will no longer be al
The managers will spare no pains
congress, can 6end their address, lowed.
make this dance a success.
—nu. Lewis is now town marshal.1
Thos. Bain got the contract company and regiment, character
-C. F ] McKinney has gone I
moving the remans of the soldi- of service, , name of Company, and
• ' W ( * <4 ■ in
h . theHarney
I. .. II
_ _ _ • - — I J regimental officers to Waters &
East to yisit his mother. He will j
I B Sur . to Attend.
be absent about a month-
^Gowen, who will forward same to
San Francisco, .Feb. 29.—The’
[Capt. T. A. Wood, Portland, Ore
Burns school election resulted
—Petar French left here for Ont-
nt the German hospital
in the election of Dr Marsden direc ariolhe latter part of last week for gon, free of charge. This is of in
terest to all who served in any In made an unsuccessful attemp laBt
tor and W, Y. King." clerk.
the pourpose of shipping from that,
dian war between the yearB of 1848 j night to discover a coin in George
—We see it reported in our ex
and 1859, and should be attended E es stomach hy n eans of the
changes, that ex Governor Pennoy beef steers.
to at once.
cathod ray. The exposure lasted
again joined the democratic i
—The announcement of L. Wold for three hours and 20 minutes.
—Joe Wooley has moved to the
At 10 minutes before 2 o’clock this
Wilson ranch three miles northeast i enber Jr. for the office of Treasurer
At tiie Poison Creek school of town. Mr. Stewart taking pos appears in this issue. Louie’s morning the plate was developed.
’ munn T co *
f»’e H*ndbo<>k wm. to °*
Action last Monday. Thos. Baker session of the Wooley ranch which many friends will receive ttaisdn-J Not a shadow Of any kind was vis-
•»« elected director and Pardon he purchesased some time since.
telligence with great satisfaction,1 ible on the plate. The experiment
knowing the character, ability and will be repeated.
— f*. F. Stenger,accompanied hy ^trustworthiness of the a-pirant
Two stock buyers were legis-
C, B. Wickliffe, returned from Cal-. Mr. Woldenberg is a young man of;
at ,ht Burns last week. " e j ifornia the latter part of last week.
sterling merit and honesty. The:
“"dvrsUnd they r,i8h«d
to purchase Mr. Stenger purchased, while ab
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
democratic party of this county can
sent, 300 mules, which he will ship consider itself fortunate indeed, in
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Pnn.h it" U,’r80 ,nTalid al the lo Ea,,ter” '<* Southern markets securing the name of so staunch
1 - nouse,
1er Vlelln, BuHar, MamtoHa. Banjo
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B and I nstruments
havi g g had
had a a surgi-
surgi- ' 1 about
citizen, and one universally liked,
_____ ____ Fine«! M,d«. Extr.
WilldMtMr RKXT pRE8|MWT
‘ operation performed by Dr.
"""" w«rr*nted not to ruat. Send for Catlx
at the time of the purchase not be-( as a candidate for the office of
M,ne to ,or^» »xw Ranchi f«>r Camnalwn n.»
v**en for hemorrhoids.
JOHN F. STRATTON,
ing in condition to »hip.
imperter, Manufaeturtr and Wholttala Dfalar*
JOHN F. STRATTON
Ml. 813, 81Ô. 817 E. »th St, N. Y.
—Bill Nye, vhe great humorist,
—A. S. Swain, candidate for as
is no more.
sessor, republican, is ii^town.
—Emanuel Clark was in Borns
j —A. Tupkeris still seriously ill-
It is thought he is growing worse one or two days the latter part of
I hereby announce myself a can-,
instead of improving.
didate for the office of Sheriff, sub-,
_ A. S. Swain informs us that a
-C, U.«« ««CVIATIOX or ject to the action of the Republican | —The Items was sold last Sat
County Co »vention.
urday. ’V. Y. King purchaser. large acreage of grain will be sown
1 We know not what disposition Mr. in his neighberhood this spring.