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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1896)
_ White goods at N. Brown’s.
—White goods at N. Brown’s.
A contract made in this way by an'
agent, if the law ia strictly ob
—Laidies S..ilor Hats at N served, the consideration cannot be
U in town to-
AH persons knowing tbemselyes
indebted to the firm of Johnson &.
WKDNESVAY JULY. 15 18.6
—Joe Tupker will have a supply | In many cases, much of the an- , Harris are requested to make an
—China Silk in all shade« at
•chased, is not applicable early ee.'.tleinent by eash or note,
Kditor N. Rrown’s
Mitebell-All Steel rake.,by the hr st r
of |)o jmportan(, ad-1 We have dissolved partnership and
ff. C. B' k D
—Ladies Sailor Hats at N. of July.
' vantage, consequently thrown to ' the accounts are in my hands for
—Guns, Bicycles, Mowers and one side, and money expended for collection. I will pay alt debts
_ THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
against the firm eontraoted while
There is but one national demo all kinds of machinery repaired
ANy newspaper IN this county .
cratic ticket, and we are for it first, promptly and satisfactorily at the
And again directors should not
H ugh H arri «.
last and all the time.
C. H. V otgtly Hardware store.
buv of agents at all but directly of
—Chas. Voegtly has received his _ New go »<!« rt the Johnson store i the firm, because in buying of an
chain ra »wt rs. Thoi-e, wishing to now under control of Henry I anaday.
I ag“nt you have his salary to pay i
_ White goods at N. Brown s.
Just ns cheap hh ever or cheaper. _
purchase, call and see them.
and examine finals i>tt I net pi ices, a nd and also the worth of the goods. I
—John Devine is in town to-day.
Notice is hereby given to all per-
—C. A. Sweek and familv leave if suited buy.
, Any information I can give the
—Ladies Sailor Hats at N. tomorrow for a few weeks outing
school boards in this matter, shall 8en9 holding claims against the es-
— If any one who has been bene-
' tate of J. W. Dickenson, deceased,
] in a huckleberry patch in Grant fitted bv the use of Dr. Williams’ be given willingly.
—We had a very heavy rain here,' county.
Anoth-r matter to which my at-1 to present the same to Wm. W.
Pink Pills wi 1 write to T he H er -
has been directed is using, Dickenson Administrator of ^the
1 —Mrs. McMurphy left at our Ai.D, they will receive information
—China Silk in al! shades at NJ office two branches from a goose that will be of much value and in- money for the purchase of appara- .above named estate, at the Dicken-
tus, not intended for that purpose 8on ranche, Hartley county, Oregon,
i berry bush this morning, loaded terest to them.
the law is very plain on that point! verified as by law required, within
_ Mrs. Harry Thompson is very ■ with that fruit.
and monies, if used, must be re-'6ix monlhs from the date of th:s
ill at this time.
( —Jorgensen has the finest and
The Weekly Oregonian and T he placed to the fund where it proper- notice, Dated at Burn«. Oregon,,
—Geo. Miller and family have . best lot of goods that ever came to H erald for only two dolla .4 a year. ly belongs.
this 11th day of May, 1896.
Burns; go and see for yourself. Subscribe or renew at once and se
been in town for several days
W m . W. D ickenson ,
Teachers can assist directors,
—China Silk in all shades at He ¡9 also taking Cabinet Photos,
greatly, in this direction, knowing’
mosi, newsy weekly published in just what kind of furniture is best.
Every intelligent read adapted to the wants of the pupils, |
go and see what he has on hand.
—Jason Bennett «nd Bent James
but see the advan and advise to buy just what isi
No matter whether one is for or
were in Burns the latter part of
tage of getting two papers for the
wanted and nothing more.
nied that there is more prebabilitv price of one. We hope our sub
A lot of maps, charts, etc. not
— If you want the best mower on o f democratic success on a silver scribers will §ee the point and give
Notice of Administor’s Sale of
actually needed soon becomes rub-
the market, buy the chain mower, platform than there would have us a call.
Property at Private Sale.
I bish, and the expenditure of a I Personal
_ . „
at Charley Voegtly’s.
¡been on a straddle or an anti silver
good manj’ dollars finds its way to In the matter of the Estate
—The thermometer has been in platform.
| receptacles where such unnecessary I
thi nineties every day this month]
articles are deposited.
—Chas. Voegtly will receive, in a
since the 2d, except one day.
Under authority of an order of
W. C B yrd ,
few dav-i, a car load of Mitchell
Notice is hereby given that my
granted by the County Court
—Dell Dibble, so we are told | wagons, direct from the factory wife, Sarah, has left my bed and
t of the county of Harney, State of
murdered iam Miller’s dog, on his j Remember there is no middlemen hoard ai.d I will not he responsi
Oregon, dated May 8, 1896, empow
wav to Sliver Creek a few days ¡n this deal and customers can ex ble for any debts or obligations con
ering and licensing me, as adminis
ago, Dell had an old grudge at the | pFCt, thereby, to purchase wagons tracted on and after this date.
trator of the above entitled estate,
of Mr. Voegtly much cheaper.
M. Z EIGEN FUS.
Charles Kenyon, to sell the personal property there
—M. Fitzgerald returned from
—Mrs. Lulie Moore, wife of Geo June 17, 1896.
the out going clerk, received and of in said county, at private sale,
Portland several days since. Ah Moore and residents of Diamond
approved. The a mount of fees col-1 the following described, persenal
Pen. whom the Grant County News | Valley, was brought to town by her
lected and paid into the treasury, ' property, to- wit: Stovesand kitch
says “the people of Burns love,” re I husband a few days since for med-
In Business at Burns.
(en furniture, 1 sack salt, 700
turned wih him.
I ical attention. Mrs. Moore when
place in Pueblo, «our, fur shins, 1 single barrel shot
— You will find Mrs. Mina (she arrived here and for several
Mrs. R. D. Scheiber, the erstwhile
present Kun, 1 Marlin rifle, 1 double barrel
W alton,the fasnionabledress maker d '.vs afterward was in a very c.ritic- popular boarding house keeper at precinct. Changed from
shot gun, 1 Remington riffle, 4
at the millinery store of Mrs. al condition out she is now getting the White Swan and La Bellevue location to Trout creek ranch.
In the matter of changing the muzzle loading rifles, library of 6
Cowii g. W here she will be glad better. Her many friends here, mines, and of whom it may be said
books,4 log chains, blacksmith tools
to see her lady aauaintanecs and now hope for her complete restora «he has few equals and no superiors Drewsey and Bridge creek road.
and carbenter tools, 1 pair four
take their orders.
in looking after the wants of the:The change accepted and approved.
tion in a short time.
In the matter of viewing and sur horse etrechers, interest in mower
— l he butcher shop in this place
— Ben Brown will leave here in a inner man, is now owner of both
veying county rfiad, commencing and rake, 1 inch iron ax wagon.
has changed hands. Hugh Smith, few days for San Salvador, Central hotels in the town of Burns, Harney
at a point on the present county 200 bushels of bailey, 2 sets double
now, proprietor takes possession to America. He lias accepted an county, and is conducting both
road running north and south be 1 harness (chain), 1 saddle mare, 7
morrow morning. Hugh is ar. old offer from a friend to take charge of hostelries in the highest style of the
| work horses, 40 head of range
butcher, therefore we augur will a coffee plantation in that country art The Democrat but expresses tween sections 20 and 21 and 28
give satisfaction to his customers. While we regret very much to lose the well wishes of hundreds of peo and 29, and ending at the south- l1,or8es> 1 stallion, 1 sulky plow, 1
. walking plow. All situated in Har-
west corner of section 22.
—J F. Boyle, photographer, him, still if he is persuaded his in ple in Baker county in hoping that
Extending time to asses»or to , ns? count? Oregon.
wishes us to state that he will visit terest is advanced bv this step, we she will be rewarded with the
financial success she so well de complete the assessment,allowed.
Burns again in the near future. heartly congratulate him, and the
The sheriff ordered and empower
His numerous patrons, knowing best wishes of the H erald and
ed to collect delinquent taxes with- J- W. Dickenson ranche, Harney
the superiority ot his work, will do his many friends follow him where
To The School Boards and out delay.-
well to retain their orders until he ere he may be.
The clerk ordered to advertise I Terms of sale cash in hand on
Teachers of Harney
—A posse of n.en in attempting
for bids for 30 cords of wood.
the delivery of property.
The H erald has purchased the to arrest Bu:dette Wolf for the
In the matter of settlement with
W m W. D ickenson ,
Burns Times. Subscribers to that murder of Andrew Artman, shot
It has been rt ported to me, that l*,e Bondsmen of A. Gittings, ex-
of the Estate J. W.
paper, who are not subsciibers to and killed him, ten balls piercing
in many school districts of this*heriff. The matter was deferred Dickenson.
his body. He resisted arrest and
county, school affairs are conduct- ^0 Sept* ml er 9th 1896, for final set-
'* they desire not to have their when commanded to rurrender be-
ed in a very careless un-businesk i tlernent.
names added to the H erald sub 1 gan firing on the deputies, finally
Huntington, Ore., March 21. 1896.
charging on them furiously, which
39, ordered paid out of the fund
D ear S ir ;—W’e are now starting
—Mrs. R. | D. Scheiber, the land resulted in his being shot to death.
now in the treasury, amounting to
the new year. Computations
lady now in possession of both the !
niurder of Art man was at a
$100/3.86, balance to be applied in for last year are completed. We
French and Burns Hotels, is an ' sheep camp in Grant county, and
exceedingly pleasant and accom- his murderer was killed by the presents himself to one director! the payment of out standing esunty find that our firm sold during 1895
commends his goods and probably warrants.
the enormous amount of 167 car
piished lady, thoroughly acquaint-
aequaint- posse of d< puties near the scene of
loads of goods, equal to ten train
e<l with her business, that togeihe*
that his goods are needed in the1
'I loads just think 167 cars—For
"i’h her pleasing manners and ur-
—Get one of I. S. Geer A Co’s district. The agent goes to the
’■me courtesy, insures her success.
AnmwÜA* 1 U,i8 We thank 0Ur Pdtron8,and prom
premium purchase tickets. This second director and gives a glow
Vlimnilflll I18e the Ha,ne Keneroup treatment in
~C. E Kenyon, ex-county clerk. firm agrees to give the holder of
ing repetition of what is said bv the I
expects to go to the Island cattle such tickets a fine life size Crayon
, j «ell closer than ever, and no honest
ranch in a few days to enter upon Portrait absolutely free of any director already seen and ends by
hi’ new duties. We can all say of charge, by purchasing $20 worth saying the one consulted is willing
be allowed to do
>ur out going countv clerk, ‘•well of goods for cash at their store. It to purchase and desires his consent. JWDMy for Consumption. By its timely use more fir you than ourselves. We
of hopeless cases have been already
done good ami faithful servant.” is not necessary . that the whole Many directors not thinking or thousands
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I are here for your business, we must
P°LWer,th2t 1 COf,skler H my dutTto
’ h irley pr-rfui.n*M his duties as amount should be purchased at one caring much about it, will consent. °f
hay® it, if honest count, weight,and
hot tin frn to those of your readers
county clerk to the satisfaction of time, but any amount from 5 cent«
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or treatment and Lew prices will do
all. and to.the credit and honor to to $20 as explained upon the tick to the third and gets his consent.- Lung Trouble, If they will write me their it. Call or write us.
Th iis manner of doing business is
the county and himself.
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jirregn ular and such contracts void. T’^r 5*7** “*
O. C. Co.