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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1896)
The West half of the North East
Central Committeemen: Burn«, quarter and the Wrst half
H E Thompson.; Harney, Joe Rec Sotilh East quarter [W| of
tor; Drewsey, Mark Howard; Pine and W] of SEj] of Section Thirty-
Creek, Ed Keeney; Poison Creek, four  Township Thkty-three
wgDNKSDAY APRIL ». 1™
R J. McKinnon; Silvies, Walter (  South of Range Thirty (30)
Cross Curry, W. H. Hogan; Lake. • The East half of the SouHl
'S»» UM« C1BCULATIO« or
—Grant county has the following
several days in Burns since our last
— and - -
nominees on the republican ticket: Layton; Saddle Butte, J. Brock; I Thirty-four
issue visiting friends.
—Mr. and Mrs J. C. Garrett spent Clerk, J. A. Powell; sheriff, J. B.
Johnson; treas , N. B. Maxey; as mond, F S. Reider; Island, Geo. Township Thirty-three (33) South
Relisions Soni res.
a pleasant week visiting friends in
sessor, J. B. Titus; school supl., Cawlfield; Happy Valley, J F. of Range Thirty (30) E W. M
Burns, leaving here last Monday
A. R. Cobb; commissioner, Al Por Mahon; Catlow, D. L Shirk; Pueb
The South half of the North West
,ow l»t. and 3rd. Sunday» of i morning.
(S| of NWJ) and Lot num
H - “• *,1,d “ P-
(4) of Section Two (2)
sLCreek 4Ü>. SundayIU ■».!
—J. W. Dickenson, a bachelor, Devine.
One (1) of Seo-
H E. Thompson was re elected
The 2nd Sunday will the nomination of M. N. Fegtly by
tion Three (3) Township Thirty-
and 5 p- -red
111 for genera^ wnr^ >n the populist co nty convention for residing on Silvies river seven miles
north of Burns, died of pneumonia chairman and Chas. Zeigler secre four (34) South of Range Thirty
W. C. B yrd ,
(30) E. W. M. All situated it»
last night at 8 o’clock Mr. Dick tary.
R ev . G ibson ,
Harney county and State of Oregon.
enson is an old resident of this
Witness the Hon. Charles P.
Jessie McGowan is expected to county, and his many friends, es
Rutherford, Judge of the County
leave here in a day or two for h«r i pecially his near neighbors, bitter
Court of the Stat* of Oregon, for
home in Independence.
the county of Harney, with the seal
ly mourn his loss. He was a good
said court affixed thi3 30th day
-Chair» of all paterns and de-
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the county of Har
jcription» at the hardware store of up any cash yet at .this oflice. remains will be interred in the
C. E. K enyon ,
Come, boys, we do not care any Burns cemetery tomorrow at 1
In the matter of the Estate of
—There is some talk of organiz
William D. Hudspeth, dtceased.
Huntington, Ore., March 21. 1896.
ing an A. P. A. in Burns.
To Charles E. Hudspeth, Mary
—Democrats and republicans ty convention to beheld here Thurs-
D ear S ir :—We are now starting
—A. S. Swain moved his family
E. Hudspeth. James H Hudspeth,
the new year. Computations
Nancy Hudspeth and Lucy Huds
back to the ranch last Saturday. ■ seem i
their respective tickets, but it is a
peth, minor heirs of said William for last year are completed. We
—I. S. Geer presided at the re safe proposition to bet that lota of j precinct. H. Cheatham, John Sweit- D. Hudspeth, deceased, and to J. find that our firm sold during 1895
publican county convention, Wil acratching will be done on the day z«r, L. B. Culp, D. L. Grace, B. R. C. Welcome thei: Guardian ad. the enormous amount ot 167 car-
mar Dewit Sec’y., and O. J. Darst of the election, ar is usual in county Witzell, A. Dunn and Geo. H^gey. liiem and to Amanda Hudspeth, | loads of goods, equal to ten train
Harney, J. Greenlee, J. H. Loggan, widow of said deceased, and B. F. loads—just think 167 cars—For
Hudspeth, William W. Hudspeth,
Will Crawford and Jasper Davis. Andrew I). Hudspeth and George this we thank our patrons,and prom
—Henry Richardson, delegate to |
the state convention, left here Fri , “Ann, the 7-year-old daughter of poigon Creek> Mell Fenwick, Lon *. M. Hudspeth, heirs ef said de- ise the same generous treatment in
day for Portland, where the conven- | Mr. and Mrs Wm Skinner died! Fleming and Jack Wilson. Island, erased and to all unknown heirs the future. During 1896 we will
Sunday morning of scarletina. Jas. Dalton. E. Casebear and Man- and heirs interested in the estate:
tion meets tomorrow.
sell closer than ever, and no honest
She was a lovable child, and her ny Marrs. Narrows. Al O’Conner, GreeW....... ~ _ .
— R. D. Scheiber, druggist, hail parents nourn their loss greatly .Henderson Ellictt and A. Riene-
In the name of the State of Ore competitors will be allowed to do
ing from Baker City, has accepted They have the sympathy of the en • man
Miller. I gon you, and each of you, are here more f>r you than ourselves. We
by cited and required-to appear in are here for your business, we must*
a position in our town in the drug tire community.”
Crane Creek. David Cary. Lawen.jthe County Court of the State of have it, if honest count, weight,and
store of H. M. Horton.
The above taken from the Dallas Fred Otley and Wm. Catterson.
Oregon for the county of Harney
on the 4th day of May, 1896, at 11 treatment and Lew prices will do
—A. L. Lamos, a musician, re- Observer gives the sad intelligence
—Cupid gets his work “in.” in «’clock in the forenoon of that day, it. Call or write us
centlv arrived in Burns, from Baker of the death of a little girl born in
spite of all opposition. Not the then and there to show cause why
City. He thinks of getting a class this county The family resided
wide,expanse of hereditary educa an order of this Court be not made,
O. C. Co.
here, and remaining for some time. here for ten years, leaving here and
tional aphorisms inculcated across authorizing, empowering and licens*
—If the republican nominees for moving to Dallas last September the great oceans, seas, gulfs and ing C. B. Wickliffe, the Adminis
this county so' desire, we will The bereaved family have the sym bays stand as a preventive. A na trator of said Estate, to sell all the
1 real property of said Estate, situat-
run their ticket until election. We pathy of many friends in this [ tivs of Greece and of that great city led in Harney county, State of Ore
In the Circait Court of the State of
hav« no kick at any good man. and , county,
Athena, fiom whence has sprung so I 8on’ at private sale for cash in O.evon,for the county ot Harney.
J. Dm kheimer Plff. 1
are willing for all such candidates
—The Mary Dawphit ranch lo-' many great and wise statesmen ard hand in accordance with the prayer
to havi a fair show. The same of cated at the sink of Prater creek is philosophers, and a native of free
William Skinner and I
tor in this Court filed the 14th day Emma Skinner Deft’e J
fer we make to the populists.
for sale. Price $500. This is a (America, Burns, Harney county, of March, 1896, said real estate be-1 I To William Skinner, one of the above
ranch and worth a great deal Oregon—Burns, a place noted for ing more particularly described as * named defendant«*:
—C. H. Leonard, who has held
In the name of the State of Oregon,
a position as teacher in the Slate more than the price asked for it. ta|ent and “cussedness”—approach- follows*
you are hereby required to appear and
hymeneal altar last Sunday I The East half of tbe South East answer the complaint filed against you
Normal 8chool at Drain for some Call at this office or on John Mar-|e(j
quarter (E] SE^) of Section Nine in the above eutitled action ou or before
and were united, by Justice Byrd,
time, arrived in our town last Thurs tin for further information.
teen (19) and the North West quar the first day of the next tegular term of
above entitled Court to-wit: Monday
day on the Ontario stage.
—New go Mis rt the Johnson storej jn that compact contract that binds ter of the South West quarter and the
18th, day of May, 1896, and if .you fail
Leonard will make his home here, now tinder control of Henry ( anatlay. jwo hearts that beat as one, for life, the South West quarter of the to appear, for want thereof, the plaintiff
hint es cheap ss ever <>r cheaper. ( all, rphe contracting parties were Ed North West quarter (NW^ of SW| will take judgment against you for the
if he can get employment in his and
examine goods and get prices, and '
of $1465.50 and interest thereon
ward Jordan, of Burns, and Flor and 8W| of N W^) of Section Twen- sum
from Auguxt 13th, 1892,' at 8 per cent
if suited buy.
¡ence Hendricks, formerly ef Greece. ty (20(, Township Thirty three (33) per annum, and the further sum of
—J J. Pierson, photographer at | —Jorgensen has the finest and T he H erai . d extends congratula South of Range Thirty (30) E. W. $288.41 with .interest thereon from the
29th day of November, 1891, at 8 per
Prineville, was married one day ■ begt lot
goodg thal ever caine
cent per annum, and for eo«ta and dis
The South half of the South bursements of this action.
last week to a widow lady living in | Rurn«; go and see for yourself,
West quarter, and South West quar
This summons is published by order
To Whom it May Concern.
that place, we heard the name but | He is also taking Cabinet Photos,
tet of the South East quarter (8^ of Hon. Morton D. Clifford, Judge of
have forgotten it, f"
ofSWjand 8W|of 8E*) of Sec the above entitled IC'ourt, made March
Mr. Pierson is J at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to |
tion Twenty (20), and the North
well known here and congratula- go an(] Bee what he has on hand.
W atkrs A G owan ,
I that I have, as yet, made no selec West quarter of tbe North East
Attorneys for plaintiff.
tion« fall thick and fast, in which '
tion of a person to fill the position quarter (NW| of NEj) of Section
The Weekly Oregonian and T he
T he H erald joins.
of deputy in the event of my being Twenty-nine (29), Township Tbir-
IH khai .0 for only two dollar» a year,
eiet- 1 ty-three  South of Range Thir
Notocc to Tax-Payeas.
—Tbe county republican conven ----------- — ----- * ----
Subscribe or renew at once and se- ’ tion result in my favor then I shall ty . E. W. M.
tion met here last Friday and nom cure your county paper and the I endeavor to make such a selection
Notice is hereby given that I
The South East quarter of the
in&ted the following ticket: For moat newsy weekly published in’*8 wi*’ m** ‘he *PP«>jal of the
received tbe tax roll for year
South East quarter [SEj of 8E4]
Clerk. Harrison Kelley; Sheriff, A.
• * ii
. I members of the party to which I
of Section Twenty  and the 1895, and taxes are due and paya
Every intelligent read-. owe my nomination
Gillings; Assessor, Win Waters;
South West quarter of the South ble and will be delinquent after the
A. j M c K innon .
Treasurer. J. C. Welcome; School er cannot help but see the adyan-
West quarter [SW^ of SW|]uf 1st Monday in Apri^-A. D., 1896.
tage of getting two papers for the ]
Supt., Chas. Newell: Commission- j
8 clion Twenty-one  and the
price of one. We hope our sub-,
e*> C. A. Bonnett; Surveyor, J. H
Democratic County Convention North West quarter of the Nvrth
scribers will see the point and give
^**1; Coroner. Austin Goodman.
ney County, Oregon.
District nominations, Burns Dis-
North East quarter of the North
bict, Justice E. N Jamesen; Con- 1 —Indian war veterans and wid
( continued from page six .)
East quarter [NKj of NE|] of Sec
•Uble, J. M. McKissick.
Twenty-nine , Township
For Surveyor, T. A. McKinnon
Thirty three  South of Range
sire the passage of the bill granting was nominated by acclamation.
The co-partnership heretofore ex-
m this issue is a denial, writ-
them pensions, which is now before
; isting in the blacksmith and repair-
Coroner, Tom Stephens was nom Thirty  E. W. M.
over his signature by A. J. Mc-
The Soutl * --
inated by acclamation.
■’“•‘“•“i“ B»'»« O* . und«
innon, of the report now io
in circu- congress, can send their address,
Delegatee to tbe state convention, quarter and tbe South half of the the firm name of McKinnon”* A
l*tion in the eastern part of «bis
Isaac Fester, M Fitzgerald, Peter North West quarter [84 of NEiand Kenyon is this day dissolved by
of service, name of Company, and Clemens and Henry Richardson.
of 8ect‘°“ Twenty-eight mutual consent, all debts and ac
county, of his having already select*
 Township Thirty-three 
*1 his deputy, in case he :s elected regimental . officers
... - to Waters
counts owing to said firm must be
South of Range Thirty  E W. M immediately settled by cash or
*®ths office of sheriff Mr McKin-1
Wh° ’dl forw*rd 8*m* 10
Burna District: For Justice of
The East half of the 8outh West
the Peace, M. L Lewie; Constable. quarter [Ej of 8W|] of Section notes or be put in tbe hand of a
collector for settlement with cost
Wrt i. Altogether t»lM And
Th,‘ “ of.’" T. G. Dodson.
Twenty seven  and the East for settlement added. A. J. McKin
the indivi4...i -
. tereat to all who served in any In-
tive v 7 r
the year, of 1848 Conetable. H R. McClure. Pueblo half of the North West quarter non is authorized to settle and re
[E] of NW]] of Section Thirty-
>y decline if the portion were and 1859, and should be attended District, Edwin Catlow, Justice of rail
T*;w7LiP TWrty thrie ceipt for all monies paid.
Dated this Sth. day of Fob 1896,
u at once.
tbe Peace, Don. Bosenberg, Consta
Rfcng* ThirtF I30)
—Lagrippe is doing more damage
—The Canyon-Burns mail will
in our midst than politics.
be tri weekly after the first of May.
—J. A. McCune and Newt Hoov
—A son of D. L. Sh’rk paid our
town a visit the first of this week. ■ er, paid our town a visit since our
—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stauffer spent last issue.
A. J. M c K innon ,
J. 8. K enyon .