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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1896)
the following described persenal
property, to-wit: Stoves and kitch-
furniture, 1 sack salt, 700 lbs.
Just hs cheap as ever or cheaper. Call A Wonderful Remedy fora Won- < - ‘ -i
fur shins, 1 single barrel shot
—Walter Gray and Price White and examine goods and get prices, and
WEDNESDAY MAY. 18 181’6
if suited buy.
gun, 1 Marlin rifle, 1 double barrel
horn were in town yest“rday
Electricity i. the wonder of the I »hot gun, 1
—Try “Our Very Best” Sugar
—Jorgensen has the finest and .ge .nd th/raode of tr.ntm.nt i., ihuk I. loading rides, library of 6
g À g the largest circulation of I
Cured Hams at N. Brown’s
best lot of goods that ever came to
an Y newspaper in this county .
the acme of perfection It pene-1 books. 4 log chains, blacksmith tool*
—We had’lhe pleasure of shak Burns; go and see for yourself. trates the secret ambush of disease e^, an<] carbenter tools, 1 pair four
ing bands with Dora Paujade yes He is also taking Cabinet Photos, and exterminates it, root and horse strechers, interest in mower
at $3 per dozen. Do not forget to bravch. forever. It removes the and rake, 1 finch iron ax wagon»
I wretched symptom« of loathsome
go and see what he has on hand.
—Wash Harkness was up from
i maladies a'nd averts its dreadful 200 bushels of barley, 2 sets double
—Chairs of all paterns and de
The Weekly Oregonian and T he effects. It cures many of the most harness (chain), 1 saddle mare, 7
icriptions at the hardware store of Lawen yesterday.
—Try Prices Cream Baking Pow H erald for only two dollars a year. hopeless cases and relieves pain work horses, 40 head ef rang»
Subscribe or renew at once and se that every known remedy has failed
and can be eubsiaiuiuied bj
Aiiahiiated in Har-
—Circuit court convenes next der at N Brown’s.
cure your county paper and the in,
evidenco of hundnds who have . walkingjplow. All situated in Har
—J L. Shirk, son of I). L Shirk,
rnosi newsy weekly published in been cured by Dr. Darrin. We give ney county Oregon. J
t'atlow, is over for teachers ex
—N. Brown has a fine line of
dajd sale will be made by
Every intelligent read below a long list of cures perform- .
Shoes for Summer v.ear.
er cannot help but see the advan ed in Idaho, Oregon and Washing-1 n)e f|_om an<J after thig date at th»
—Mrs. Peter Clemens has been tage of getting two papers for the ‘°E.„n>. Hcrmo. Boiee, Idaho, in-/ W. Diok.naon ranch., Harney
— Henry Turner was in town
very sick for the last week with price of one. We hope our aub- fla.ued eyes, restored
spotted fever, but is much better at scribers will see the point and give
Mrs. W. C. Denton, Boise, Idaho. • Terms of sale cash in hand on.
—D. H. Smyth was in town for present.
cough and lung trouble, cured.
j ^ie delivery of property.
us a call.
several days since our last issue.
W m W. D
ickenson , ,
— L. Woldenburg Jr., candidate
—Indian war veterans and wid scess of eye, cured.
—The Band rendered several for treasurer was in town Monday.
' Administrator of the Estate J. W_
John Martin, Cove, Union coun
choice selections on the street last We also saw Jasper Davis and Bent ows of deceased veterans who de ty, Or., hvdrocle, cured.
sire the passage of the bill granting
G. B. Mathews, Eagle Point, Or.,
James on the streets.
_B. D. McIntyre has the founda — Frank Matney is getting along them pensions, which is now before consumption and large tumor,
congress, can 6end their address, cured.
tion of the county jail about com very well at present. Dr. Marsden
company and regiment, character
lanced an abscess on bis right side of service, name of Company, and bank at Genesee, Idaho, catarrh 15 Huntington, Ore., March 21, 189&
I D ear S ir :—We are now starting
—Wash Goods in all styles ascoie last Saturday.
regimental officers to Waters A
„..... on ^|ie new year. Computations
Marshal, II. W. j3old->
of weaves and a multitude of color
—Isaac Foster and his brother. Gowen, who will forward same to | ^eck, Vancouver, WaBh., hvdrocle for last year are completed. We
inss at N. Brown’s.
W. A. Foster came in from the Capt. T. A. Wood, Portland, Ore
B F. Pope, Houlton. Or.,diabetis find
our firm Bold during 1895
—Mrs. J. W. Biggs returned from Warm Springs last Friday. The
Bright’s disease and catar-h of the the enormous amount of 167 car
her visit with relatives at Canyon latter left on the stage the next day terest to all who served in any In
I loads of goods, equal to ten train
dian war between the years of 1848 bladder, restored.
I | for Texas.
l°ads—just think 167 cars—For
and 1859, and should be attended
complaint, dysp psia, sour stomach ' | this we thank our patrons,an J prom-
—Arthur Gould has received a I —Dick Smith,O. D. Rusk,Eugene to at once.
and constipation, cured.
fine gold mounted silver Clarionet* Hembree, Jake Johnson, H. Hugh
McEwen, . «e the same generous treatment in
son and “Boots” Smith, left yester-■
from C. G. Conn.
pain in the future. During 1896 we will
her side, cured.
' sell closer than ever, and no honest
—John Gilchrist, of the P. L. S.
A C. Green, Meridian, Idaho, ■ competitors will be allowed to do
anyon C ity , Mav 11. ’96.
Co., paid Burns a visit the latter
Di-.-d, in this city Monday mim carried t® the doctor’s^ office, cured more fir you than ourselves. We
—Thos. Walls, wife and two
part of last week.
in ten minutes so he could walk
ing May 4, at 3 o’clock, of acute
are here for your business, we must
—8. W Miller, democratic candi
Robert Marsh, Boise, Idaho, cur- have it, if honest count, weight,and
They congestion of the brain and spinal
French Hotel yesterday,
date for Clerk, left yesterday for the
were on their way to Harney to at- cord. Mrs. Annie Lahey, daughter of catarrh, bronchitis, rheumatism treatment and Lew prices will do
of Mrs. T. M. Britten, aged 24 years, and general debility.
it. Call or write us.
tend the teachers examination.
Miss Emma Moeller, Baker City, I
—j. M Vaughn is still confined»
3 months and 12 days.
Or .x loathsome discharge of the I
—Clate Harris was sentenced
to his bouse with rheumatism. He
The funeral took place the fol ears 13 years, cured.
O. C. Co.
one year in the penitentiary, for lowing Tuesday afternoon from the
is Borne 1 etter today.
larceny of some clothing from a Episcopal church and was largely
deafness 35 years, can now hear a .
—Geo. Jackson, who is quite sick room in a hotel in Canyon City.
watch tick; also cured ef catarrh
at M. Cushings, is reported better
this morning by his brother Frank.
Wiss Mary McConnel, Genesee.
wife in last Sunday. Mrs. Hend adjourning for the uccasion. The
In the .Circuit Court of the State of
cured; also her Oievon.for
—Miss Clara Swain,who has been ricks is suffering from erysipelas,
the county ot Harney.
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beautiful and impressive burial cer- brother
J. Durkheimer Plff. ’ 1
quite ill with typhoid fever at Mrs and is under the care of Dr. Mars euiony of the Episcopal church, of five years ago by Dr. Darrin.
Stanclifts, we are glad to say is im-’den.
Thos. Madison, Farmington, Or., William Skinner and I
which the deceased as a devuut and
Skmner Deft’« j
scrofulous swelling under the ear, Emma
To William Skinner, one of the above
Mr. William Hanley, a stockman consistent member, was read by causing total deafness, cured.
| named defendant«:
—N. Brown has a large force of from Burns, Or., arrived in the city Mrs Maud Benneit, daughter of
A. E. imnti,
In the name of the State of Oregon,
men at work on his stone store yesterday with a carload of cattle. Mrs. Dr. Horsley; and the large I.
w. ., o.aawuiu,-
Knot v street, Albina, Or.,
stricture ?ou are hereby ’ ------
to appear and
building and will have it completed He reports the cattle market low, floral offering contributed by the many years so life was despaired “'1^”?,! ”’
H*.e<1 against you
1,1 the abo'e entitled action on or before
in a short time.
with no sales, except for yearlings ladies of Canyon City for the occa Ol.cureo.
< •« first day of the next legular term of
the above entitled Court to-wit: Monday
—Jack Ragon’s Slid« Trombone and two year-olds, for which claps
to June 13.
* 18,h. day of May, 1896, and if you fnil
to appear, for want thereof, the plaintiff
came in this morning. The Band there is a good demand.—Oregon priate.
I will take judgment against yon for the
Although the deceased had resid
boys now have almost a complete ian May 9.
sum of $1465.50 aud interest thereon
ed in Canyon but a short time, she
set of new instruments.
Irom August 13th, 1892, at 8 per cent
per annum, and the further sum of
made many friends as was evi
—C. S. Dustin,populist candidate
Notice is hereby given to all per- >288.41 with interest thereon from the
denced by the large procession that sons holding claims against the es- S- 1—J891’
for joint representative for Harney
cent per annum, and for cowts and dia-
and Grant counties, is in Burns and
tate of J. W. Dickenson, deceased, I bursements of this action?
This summons is published bv order
will speak at the court house to The fol owing program will be and who have tendered their sym to present the same to Wm. W.
Hon. Mor «on D. Clifford. Judge of
rendered by the Burns Brass Band |
Dickenson Administrator of (the 23eÎ896Ve e"‘,tled lConrt» m»de March
Farewell Annie, thy troubles on above named estate, at the Dicken
next Sunday afternoon:
W aters A G owan ,
have ceased; thou bast found
Two horse races yesterday, the. Q. S.—“13th Regiment”. .Cogswell
son ranche, Harney county, Oregon,
firs! between Big Ben and a sorrel! Overture—"Blanco,” . Southwell ere this, in the bright beyond, that verified as by law required, within __
horae, won hr Big Ben The sec- Andante & Waltz—“Fay” ..Seem peace and happiness which though six monlhs from the date of th:a 1 piNAL proof
ond l»et ween Thos. Lahey’s brown “Old Blak Joe”................. McCosb longed for was denied thee here notice. Dated at Burns. Oregon,
LAND OFFICE AT BURNS, OREGON.
how and a grey mare, won by the “Serenade the Queen”. . .Southwell We knew thee well for thy many this 11th day of May, 1896.
May 2, iwa.
' Ripley virtues, thy gentleness of spirit and
W m . W. D ickenson ,
patience in trouble and affliction,
Ed I raiser, of the Oregon For-
M r . E ditor : In consequence of and they shall never be forgotten;
warding Co. of Ontario. was in a rumor that Mrs. Annie Lahey and we trust that when time shall
Hfi. entry No. 651, for the SKLZ Nwi/
Burns several days since
last died frcm the effects of an over have softened our sorrow, fond
_____ of __
---• Mr. Fraiser,
Fraiser. we understand,
understand, 1 dose
sui- memories of thee shall afford a
looking after the interest of his cidal intent, permit us to state that pleasure that will contribute to dis
Notice of Admimator’, 8.|.
C'lnipany in this section
such was not the case, and that she pell and brighten the gloom that i Personal Property at Private Sale. I
THOMAS JONES, Rem.»«,
died of Acute Congestion of the gathers ’round the soul as we ap In the matter of the Estate)
-Messrs W. C. Byrd and John Brain and Spinal Cord.
proach the end of this life’s journey.
McKinnon were here a day or two
I) r . W. T. M iracle ,
W ritten by a F riend .
looking after their own
Under authority of an order of
D r . J. W. A shford .
a,||i the interests of other candidates
granted by the County Court St.n®“rJ A*£o rrt&t ri0’1®*’ D,rect°-
Canyon City, Or., May 9, ’96.
on the democratic ticket. We can’t
,of the county of Harney, State of
_ Chlca»o. III«. ADrfl, 14, 18«.
P but admire .he gentlemanly
Oregon, dated May 8,1896, empow u
in which thcne candidates ap-
pleaaaa to be able to
ering and licensing me, as ad minis
•«an*Out,Str1|ln hr!<llI.y reono”n*’<1 F w R uv
to be conducting their part of ijjJ £
tratar of the above entitled estate,
•n Out Strili*« f r .’ur .bintj, Fn<l t<„ c.
Car* for PH««.
Your order, for them should be trtU.end.
campaign work.—Items (Rep )
to sell the personal property there
Tour, truly, CARL TnORß/>.Uy
of in said county, at private sale,
mysterious powers .
—Orin Thompson and family are ■ —New good«, rt the Johnson store
now under control of Henry Canaday.
in town from Diamond
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