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THE WEEKLY UKPl'JSEU GAZETTE: FEBRUARY 11. 181)2.
Blaine makes it publio that he is
B candidate for president
An eabtikjuake shock at Portland re
lieved the monotony of the Columbia
river fogs and the Lever-ceasing rains,
II will be well (or nur readers to look
over the primary election 1 iw, published
on the first page of this issue. It ap
pears that all voting must be conducted
under the new plan set forth in the Aus
tralian ballot system.
A bill appropriating $300,000 for the
atate representation at the exposition is
now pending in the Iowa legislature. A
preliminary appropriation of 850,000 was
made at the last session. A bill for
$300,000 is also pending in the New York
Patrick Eoan, the American minister
to Chili, though he has been both praised
and censured by the press of our oounty,
stands well up in the ranks of diplomats.
Our country can give him oredit for as
sisting in bringing about peaceful rela
tions between the United States and
Of the $5,000,000 bondi, whioh the city
of Chicago voted in aid of the exposition,
$3,000,000 have been sold in New York
at par and accrued interest, and the ex
position treasury has been replenished
accordingly. The terms of sale are re
garded very satisfactory. Thoy are
equivalent to a premium of one-third of
one per cent, on the first million, two
thirds on the second, and one per cent,
on the third million.
Tile East Oregonian hits the mark
when it advocates the opening of the
Columbia river with stute money. We
oannot hope for much through the gen
eral government, for there is no common
idea as to what is the best plan to pur
sue. Some of our representatives want
one thing and some another, so nothing
will be done. Let the state put in a
portage at the dalles of the Columbia.
We can well afford it. See that your
next representative is for an open riyer.
Daring the past eighteen months the
circulation of the Gazette hus inoreased
fifty per cent, whioh is Some reward for
endeavoring to put out a striotly first
class paper. However, the mamigoment
have kept paoe with the demands made
for news, and at a great expense, have
presentod the readers, weekly, with
eight pages of live reading matter.
With a proper appreciation of what
has been done for the Gazette in the
past, the present management are con
sidering the propriety of changing the
edition to a semi-weekly. Of course this
will depend largoly on the encourage
ment whioh the matter will meet at the
hands of our patrons, both in and out of
Heppner is quitea small place to sup
port suoh a paper as even our weekly,
and we will say frankly that it has tak
en any amount of rustling to keep it up
to the present standurd. It has been
neoessary to add improvements to the
plant from time to time, nud of course
the proprietors had to livo. Thore has
been hardly a time when the Gazette
supported less lhau four families, hired
help iucluded of oourse, and every dol
lur of this money has gone hack into the
avenues of Heppuor'B trade. 8o that
but few advertising patronc havo reason
to complain from this quarter. It has
boen the policy of the Gazette to help
those who are willing "to livo Bud let
live," and it shall continue in that lino.
There are but few in Heppner who fail
to appreciate a good newspaper, because
it is such a potent factor in its upbuild
ing. But there are many business men
in Heppner, good, honest citizens, who
are willing that the paper shall do all
the work, though they receive a propor
tionate Bhare of the bcnelits. Mouths
aud mouths olapBe without the cobwebs
of decay being jarred loose by judicious
advertising. Their names never appear
in the list of pushing business men.
Some say, "advertising don't pay." Well,
what would this world be if all biiHiuess
men followed up that line? There
would be but very few newspapers aud
very little of anything else. But thore
are few mon that don't believe in adver
tising, though some talk that way. It is
notioeable that their frouts have signs;
their special lines bear their names; and
the country fenoes around abound with
"Qo to Joues for this or that." Yes, we
all belive in advertising, but the news
paper which is scauued by thousands
whero u sign is read a half dozen times,
don't meet with any particular encour
agement. The fact of tho matter is that the Ga
zette rij;ht now is far ahead of Heppner
as a uewspnper, and it. is a pleasure to
keep it in the lead so long as it is not a
dead expense to its owners. Now to add
this semi-weekly feature, there must be
some solid business iu sight. It is im
possible to accomplish anything unless
a greuter number of our business men
show a disposition to help and be helped,
whioh we think will prove the ease wheu
tho benetits of a semi-weekly edition iu
our midst is considered.
We will call on you at an early date to
have a personal conference over the
HE LIVES AOA1N.
How Mr. A. E. Miller, tlie Photographer of
Alblna, Escaped a Fearful Death.
From the Oregoniau.
Editob Orb qon I an: Inasmuch as
there are undoubtedly many poor human
beings suffering the agonies as I did, I
deem it my duty to let tl.em know
through your columns where they can
find relief. For seven years I suffered
death with urethral strictures, until I
could urinate only with the aid of hot
appliances, baths and morphine, when
finally they closed and I was taken to
Dr. Darrin. Ho recognized immediately
the imminent danger I was in, and with
his wonderful eleotncal aud surgical
skill relieved me in a few moments, aud
dow I am perfectly well. To my sur
prise the operation was rendered entirely
painless, and did not "lay me up." It is
justice to Dr. Darrin to Bay that my case
baffled the skill of nearly all the doctors
in the oountry for years. The publica
tion of such difficulties are against Dr.
Damn's rules, but I am so grateful for
what he has done for me that I insist on
making my case known for the benefit of
the public. I can bo found at 277 Knott
street, Albiua, Or. A. E. Milleb.
Dr. UulTiu's Low Charges,
Owing to the "hard times," Dr. Dar
rin will in future give Electric treatment
for $5 a week, or in that proportion, as
enses may require. The poor free daily
from 10 to 11 a. m.; those able to pay, 11
a. m. to 5 p, m. Evenings, 7 to 8 ; Sun
days, 10 to 12. All curable chronic,
acute, private and wasting diseases, in
cluding stricture, hydrocele and varico
cele, canoera, tumors and all malignant
diseases treated successfully, and cures
guaranteed and never published. The
doctor also oures deafness, catarrh, bron
chitis, In grippe, consumption, heart
disease, dyspepsia, liver and kidney dis
eases at his offices, 70 Washington
street, Portland. All surgical operations
skillfully performed. Consultation striot
ly confidential. Send for question blank
St. Valentine's day next Sunday.
Masquerade ut Hardman tomorrow
Mr. Emery Oliver, having finished
present work at Heppner, hus returned
Don't be disturbed about your rato of
taxation. For all state purposes, it is
only five mills.
Frank Farnsworlh is suffering from a
severe attack of the grip, rendering him
uuahle to attend to his duties as deputy
Charley Wyland, aformer Heppner
typo, now of Washington and British
Columbia, is visitiug relatives aud
friends in Heppner.
At Last Takes Action.
A bill has been introduced at Wash
ington requiring all baking powders con
taining alum and ammonia to be so la
beled. This is a step in the right direc
tion, and has been long foreshadowed by
the aotion of atate legislatures, boards of
iheaith, food comniissioneVe, etc., in this
matter. The bill affords 'ueedeVl proteo
tion to the publio, for the evidence as to
the injurious effects of alum and ammo
nia is very heavy; hut it will neverthe
less be fought bitterly by the manufac
turers whom it effects who are accustom
to sell their goods as "pure oreum of tar
tar," "absolutely pure," etc.
The bill is something needed. If a
maker uses a drug in his powder, the
mime of whioh ho does not want to have
printed on his label, it is prima facie ev
ideuco that there is something wrong
We hope the subject will be vigorously
prosecuted all over tho oountry, not only
as regards baking powder, but also all
other food adulterations,
This bill may incidentally benefit the
makers of pure articles, but if it
should, this is only an additional point
iu its favor.
L. h. OrniBhy is just recovering from
a severe illness, so he writes Geo Con
er. An attnjk of grip and other ail
ments came near "doing him up."
MoAtee Bros, have bought the Palace
hotel bur, and will hereafter oonduot
business at that place. They still retain
the owuership of the Gem saloon,
J. F. Willis and J. 8. Uoothby nre in
Salem this week representing Kawlins
Post, G. A. It,, of Lexiugtou. We know
they will have an enjoyable time.
Hiiioe our last report the county clerk
has issut d a marriage license to Dora E.
Eusley aud Win. F. Deford. The mat
rimonial market is rather slack this winter.
The directors of tho palace hotel met
Saturday last, placing Mrs. Von Cudow
in full possession of the building. Mo
Atee Bros, now have charge of the ho
Mrs. J. It. Simons returned home last
Saturday from l'ortlaud, but returned
this morning. Her many friends sin
cerely hope that she may regain her
Frank Adkius came in Tuesday from
Weston and is assisting to oonduot the
revival now in progress at the M. E.
church, South. Interesting meeting are
Mr. C. A. lthea returned from a visit to
Portland ami the valley last Thursday
evening, his daughter, Ellor, accom
panying him from below, where she had
been visiting for some time.
W. P. Hcrivner will shortly begin the
erection of a neat residence on property
which he recently purchased in Nelse
Jones addition. Andrew Hood will iiIho
erect a neat and commodious home in
We notice of lata that the Heppner
vtazeiie nas discovered tlie value of a
live correspondent from Lone Koek.
Success, to the Gazette, which is read by
many of our people. Lone ltock cor.
Goldendale Sentinel: Presiding Elder
Motor left Goldendale Tuesday for
Heppner where he will conduct a series
of meetings, ltev. Motor is un earnest
worker and the M. E. churoh may well
be proud of him.
Arlington lieoord: Hon. W. It. Ellis
went to Portland on Tuesday to attend a
meeting of the rep'u state central com.,
which convened February 3d. W. K. is
strongly supported in this section as the
standard-bearer for his party for the of
fice, delegate from this district.
Cavaluy Housns Waxibo. Those
who have sound horses, weighing from
1,000 to l.L'OO pounds, in color black,
brown or gray, can find sale for them by
calling on E. G. Sperry at the Belvedere
saloon. Fifty head wanted immedi
Iu his new quarters, City Barber shop
stand, yon w ill find Gid Hutt, He can't
part a bald head in the middle or Bhuve
whiskers where none exsist, but he's
lightning on good subjects. Shaving,
haireutting and shampooing done iu a
Mesdames FaruBWorth and Duttou
! called on us today.
40 years the standard.
A Pure Cream
TAYLOR'S ONE SPOON,
Coutarhs Alum aud Ammonia,
Dr. Price gives larger and fuller cans than those
of any other Baking Powder manufacturer.
Above cut represents the comparative size of one pound can each
''Dr. Price's," Royal" and "Taylor's One Spoon." These cans were
set side by side, then photographed down in exact proportions to
admit the plate in this space. Ask your grocer to set a one pound
can of any other brand alongside 1 lb. Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder, and observe the difference, as illustrated above.
Adulterated powders may usually be detected by their heavier
bulk, as shown by the 6mall cans, and these scantily filled, often
containing a circular to help fill out the cans. It is a singular fact
that many of the ammonia and alum baking powders are advertised
as "Absolutely Pure," All official examinations prove that it would
be safe to reject all powders labeled absolutely pure.
The economy in using Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does
not consist alone in the fact that much larger and fuller cans are
given, but Dr. Price's is' a stronger, purer and more wholesome bak
ing powder than any other known. Does better work, and goes
farther, hence more economical in every way.
What woman would use an ammonia or alum baking powder if
she knew it ? Such powders not only undermine the health, but
ammonia gives to the complexion a sallow and blotched appearance.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is reported by all
authorities as free from ammonia, alum, lime, or any othei
adulterant. Tlie purity of this ideal powder has never been
The weather was never finer.
The people have commeuoed to talk
G. M. Holmes and wife visited Hepp
ner this week.
Mr. Tom Graham returned from Arl
sMr, G. M. Holmtas has purchased a
fine team of Ed. Rood. '
George Holmes and Amnl. Johnson
visited Arlington this week.
Tho fanners are plowing, harrowing,
and sowing grain m this Beotion.
Dr. Shipley, of Heppner, was in this
looality this. week looking after the sick.
Our farmers nre still visiting Heppner
with their wagons well loaded with
The meeting held at the Hooker school
house the past two weeks ended last
Tuesday. There were several oonver
tions. Considerable sickness in this section.
Among those bedfast nre Mr. and Mrs.
Hall and four of their children, Mr. Ira
Miller's little boy and several more.
Among those attending the Gooseberry
souool not living in the district are Frank
Young, Kamest Farrens, Walter Farreus,
lien McGouignl and Birch McGonigal.
Mr. Frank Holmes returned Wednes
day from Iowa, where he has been visit
ing his father and mother. Mr. Holmes
reports having a pleasant trip, notwith
standing tho cold weather. He comes
home satisfied, nnd considers Morrow
county good enough for him.
The people of Gooseberry assembled
at the school hwuse a few evenings ago,
whioh resulted in organizing a singing
olass, otluwred as follows: John spiok
uall, president; M. Charleston, vice
president; Mr. Leonard Akers, seoretary,
and Mr. Charleston, leader. The qnoir
is to be known as the Gooseberry Glee
Club. They will meet twioe a week aud
say that they mean biz. T. Y. T.
Divine services will be held again this
evening at the Baptist church by the
Rev Mr. Potwine. All are cordially in
vited to attend and join in the worship.
Services begin promptly at 7:30 o'clook.
"Uncle" Johnny Looknane says he
t aw eighteen deer in one bunch near bis
place last Monday. Tbey were taking it
leisure?, and were not a partiole dis-
jf turbedgle appearance of human be-Lwgs-
-Tfk, - .
I Toacyiflrfc' examination is in nroiress
at the couit house. There are present
for examination, J. J. Freeman, T. K.
Koberts, W. P, Hnyder, Boy Glassoock,
Misses Lucy Pilkington, MartLa Neville,
Julia Hart and Maggie Ilea,
Now Try This.
It will oost you nothing and will sure
ly do you good, if you have a cough,
cold, or any trouble with troat, chest or
lungs. Dr. King's New Disoovery for
consumption, coughs and colds is guar
anteed to give relief, or money will be
paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe
found it just the thing aud under its use
had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try
a sample boltle nt our expense and learn
for yourself just how good a thing it is.
lnal bottles free at Islooum-Johnston
Drug Co.'s. Large size DOc. and 81.
HON GST V IS THE BEST POLICY.
This is a patent medicine advertise
ment, but your attention one moment
may suve yon much suffering as well as
We cure that cough.
We cure that tickling.
We cure that hacking.
We cure that throat clearing.
We cure Croup.
We cure Bronchitis.
We cure that La Grippe Cough.
We help you to sing Bnd speuk.
We are not this S. B. Lozenges.
We nre a pleasant Cough Syrup,
We are put up in 50 and 75 oent bottles.
We are the S. B. Cough Cure.
Guaranteed by Slocnui Johuston Drug
'"THE UNDERSIGNED CAN FUB
A NISH MEDIUM AND LAEGE
SPLIT OEDAK POSTS, S feet long,
delivered on onrs or boat in East Port
laud, fur 7 or 8 cents each. Eastern Ur
egon and Washington parties are pleased
with them. We prefer buyers should
have them inspected before the posts are
E. Quackknisush, President,
(52-5 P. 0. Drawer 22, Portland, Or.
(U'M-KI.ASTIC ROOKING FEt.T costs only
J-J.IK) iter 100 H.gusre feet. Mitkos n tfooil roof for
yours, and anyone imu yuit it on. Seiut stamp
for Maniple tout full particulars.
(li'M Klastu: Hooping Co.,
: i invest Hmailway, New York.
ti;-75 Local Agents Wanted.
Your attention is oalled to the Clear
ance sale at 0. S. Van Duyn's for the
next 30 days, including the following ar
ticles: Ladies' and childrens' wool ho
siery and underwear, handkerchiefs, lin
en towels, table cloths, skirts, driving
gloves. Also 500 pairs gents' pants, 50
suits clothing, 25 Macintosh overcoats,
50 boys' suits, bed quilts, 200 overshirts,
at priees that will raise the dead. Do
not forget the plaoe.
G3:6 First National Bank Building.
Strayed $10 lieward.
A bay filly, six years old, small star iu
forehead, one white hind foot; branded 73
on left shoulder. When Inst heard from
was iu Dry Fork of Rock creek. $10 re.
ward will be paid for her delivery at H
Furlong's on Rhea Creek.
63- tf. H. Schebzinokb.
The hotel heretofore known as the
Moautain House, one block from First
National bank in Heppner, Or. Con
tains parlor, dining room, baggage room,
kitchen and 15 bed rooms; all rooms
furnished. For further particulars in
quire of 63-tf T. W. Atbrs.
I have for sale a dapple-gray stallion,
154 hands high, three-fourths Percher
on and one-fourth Henry ; weight 1,600
pounds. Will sell reasonable. For fur
ther particulars, see W. G. Hoppkb,
62-4 Old Morrow stable, Heppner.
An ivory umbrella handle between my
ranoh aud Heppner. Finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving the same
at the Gazette office or at my plaoe.
63-tf. Wm. Hughes.
I warn all parties, old aud young, big.
little or otherwise to stop "canning"
dogs and avoid arrest. If oontinued, it
will cause a runaway.
63 i 3. W. Rasmds, Marshal.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Le Fevre's prairie, near Camas prairie,
head of Juniper creek ; 320 acres deeded
land. Apply at Gazette office. 63-6.
Do you want to save from 25 to 50
cents ou every dollar you spend? If so,
write for our Mummoth Illustrated Cat
alogue, containing lowest manufacturers'
prices of Grooeries, Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Clothing, Hadware, Agricul
tural Implements, etc.
Mailed on reoeipt of 50 cent for postage.
CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO.
Chas. Ingrahanvand W. S. MoKimmey
returned trom rortlana last Thursday
See J. AV. Cowins for Rock Springs
coai. .Leave oraers at liazette omoe. a
Hardware? Yes, at Gilliam & Bis-
bee's, Main St., Heppner, Or. a.
Ituhl, the baker. Buy your bread and
cakes aud save money. Try it. a.
New firm, and prioes as low as ever.
Lichtenthul & Schirzinger's, old stand.
Coffin & MoFarland will buy wheat
at all stntions on the Heppner branch.
Minor Bros, are now selling flour at
bed rock prioes. For cash only. See
new ad. a
Buy the Peerless flour, $4.60 per barrel,
cheapest and best iu the market. At
Coffin & MoFarlnd's. a
An elegant assortment of boots and
shoes, winter stock, just arrived at M
Liohtenthal & Co.'s a
Nails by the oar load at Gilliam & Bis
bee's. Grant oounty people will do well
to call on them. a.
Wanted More oustomers to buy goods
of the Heppner Furniture Co. Great
bargains this spring. a.
Drugs, medioines, toilet artioles and
everything iu his line at T. W. Avers, Jr.
Best grade oigars always iu stock, a.
A fine lot of imported Shot Guns at
Thompson & Go's at -bargain prices, no
jobbers profits. a
Frank H. Snow, Commissioner TJ. S.
Circuit Court at Leiington, Or., is
authorized to reoeive fees for publication
of final proofs. 414-tf.
For all kinds of artists' materials,
paints, oils, varnishes, studies, crayons
etc., go to S. C. Smith's, May street.
The only full line in town. 60-tf.
H. Blaokman & Co. have an eiolusive
General Merchandise store. Stockmen
oannot do better than patronize H.
Blackman & Co., of Heppner'e Pioneer
Settlers who filed timber-culture or
pre-emption olaims on railroad land in
1883 or 1887 can recover their fees by
applying to Frank H. Snow, U. S. Com
missioner, at Lexington. Bring your
nnng reoeipt. 435-tf,
Finb TiMUEit. Perhaps, the besttim.
ber growing iu the Blue mouutuius can
be found ou Rock creek, in the vicinity
of Will Mallory's saw-mill. This class
of timber Mr. Mallory is using iu making
lumber which ho delivering iu Hepp
uei nil the way from $15 to SW per
thousand feet, depending ou the quality,
nnd whether desired rough or dressed.
The same can be bought at the mill ut
prices ranging from S8 to 25 per thous
and. He has a general assortment on
liBitd nt present, and is sure to satisfy
Ramus' Dav.-Ou Thursday of each
week will be "babies' day" nt Danner's
gallery. Bring along your babies and
have their pictures taken, and yon will
get oue photo free of charge. 68tf
Gazette ouThornton '8 counters.
'Gene Noble Las returned from JMon
uiouth's normal school.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
HEPPNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY.
T. W. A YJ2RS, Sr., Manager.
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAY STREET, HEPPNER, OR.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Made os Short Notici and at Populab Pricks.
Bread 22 Loaves for $100.
nas panned under new management. Living nitee will be charged to all with the view of
building up a legitimate hotel business. Your patronage is solicited.
Mrs. MARGARET VON CADO W, Manager.
T. H. BISUEE
HO! YE SLEEPERS.
Rub your peepers ;
Open wide each eye.
Now's the time to buy
Hardware, Stoves and Heaters.
Don't be backward in coming forward and don't fall over
yourselves in the rush. We are not robbers, so we
won't bold you up, but don't let others hold you
down with their "trust."
Come in ! Come in ! for we are in the swim by thunder.
Give us your patronage and you will never go under.
WTJ& HAVE) GOT IT !
A lull atock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Pumps, GaR Pipe, Steam Fixtures, Gum
anu Ammunition, jjiacKHmitns uoai, iron aim hteei, Agricultural imple
ments, Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Buckboards, CartB, Etc., Etc.
GILLIAM & BISBEE,
(Opposite Palace Hotel,)
W. A. -KIRK.
J. 0. HATES
KIRK - HAYES
Saddles, Harness, Whips, Spurs, and every Conceivable
Article kept in a First Class Harness Shop.
Repairing; a Specialty !
Go to their store for the Improved WHITE SEWING MACHINE. Warranted tor
five years. Don't buy elsewhere till you examine their maohinea aDd
get cash prices.
, MAIN STREET. r HEPPNER. OREGON.
A QUERY ANSWERED.
"Oh, where ! Oh, where can I get a shoe,
That Jits like a glove and won't wear through,
That feels so easy and looks so neat
That otliers will envy the style of my feetf"
Kind f riend, to your question let me say :
Come along with me, I'll show you the way
To Mat & Hank's, where they have made
The best brand of shoes sold to the trade.
Some months ago I thought I would buy
A pair of these shoes, just to give them a try.
They gave such satisfaction, I'll not need another pair
For at least six months, which is quite rare.
M. LICHTENTHAL & CO.,
Main Streett Heppnex, Or.
A COMPLETE ASSORT
MENT ON HAND AND
FOR SALE AT THE
New Warehouse !
TTENRT HEPPNER IS HAVING CONSTRUCTED AT
- Heppner a capacious W arehouse and platform room.
He will soon be ready to receive the spring clip, and attend
to such other business as may be entrusted to him. Having
been in this business at Arlington for some years, the public
know what to expect of him, and he therefore asks for a con-
A T HEP P NEB, OREGON.
Rock Springs Coal!
I will keep constantly on 'hand the BesT
SCREENED rUDCK SPRINGS LOAL, which I W7'
deliver in any part ol Heppner
At a Reasonable Price.
Leave your orders at the Gazette Office
J. W. COWINS, Heppner, Or.