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At the request of friends, I hereby announce
myself as a canilMate for commissioner, mihject
to ttie (teelHlun of the republican iiomimitijiK
convention. K. M.Coi htkk.
At the earnest solicitation of manv frieiula, I
hereby announce myself us a eamll'late for rep
resentative, snbjeet to the decision of the rellib
Hean nominating convention.
J. F. U'll.MK.
At the request of many friends, I announce
myself as a candidate for the ottico of Hherifl'.
II. C. Oay.
Chas. Eovse will likely be tbe ohoice
of the democrats for school superintend
ent. Tnn popular bookkeeper of Coffin &
MoFarlnnd's, Mr. E. P. Voruz, is spoken
of for the superintendence-.
Judge Ballehay, of Pendleton, is
spoken of in connection with the supreme
benoh of the state, says our Eagle.
The Herald's Washington correspond
ent telegraphs: "Tbe boiled down, doub
le distilled and clnrified sentiment at
capital concerning tbe democratic presi
dential outlook is that neither Hill nor
Cleveland can win the tight for nom
ination and that the nominee must come
from the Went," and it does look that
Fiiom what can be learned, J. C. Leas
nre, of Pendleton, is making a deoided
bustle for the republican nomination for
congressman. All the democrats hope
that he will get it, for Raloy, or any oth
er good man, would "wipe theearth with
him." Tho republicans oan elect Ellis,
and therefore for this and many other
reasons well-known to our readers, he
should he the nominee.
With this issue we becjin the publico.
tion of a semi-weekly paper instead of n
weekly, as heretofore. We believe the
publio will be better BntiBlied with two
papers a week, riving the latest local
and general news, rather than one.
whioh, under the circumstances, could
Dot be depended upon as furnishing tbe
latest transpiring in the telegraphic
world. In a local way, the semi-weekly
will possess many features not found in
It will oost much more to got out our
new paper than the old one, but the ben
efits arising therefrom to all patrons,
whethor subscribers, advertisers or both,
are suoh that we hope to be recompens
ed, in part, for tho additional expense.
It is certainly an important feature of
the new paper, and one that advertiseis
should not ovot look, tbat it will reach
all the patrons twice n week, and remind
them ns to who wnntn their busiiiesH anil
are inclined to offer iiultioenieulH to gcH
in our experience-, witu a weemy ite
Heppuer, and in other fields, it is notice
able that those who do the largest, ju
dioious advertising are the ones who do
the bulk of tho business, and we are
quite certain that this will not he over
looked hy the business men of Heppuer.
It is tho intention of the Gazette to
meet the demands of the section in
which it is located. Yes, more; it will
keep in the lead ns nn enterprise in Mor
row county, if push and money will do
it, feeling confident that, though it niny
not please all, it can be a factor of good
in the oonimunity which has assisted to
build it up to what it is at present.
Thanking you all for past favors, and
hoping to sliil merit your patronage, we
beg to remain
TllK l'A'lTmtSON PlTIIIJSlUNU Co.
EIQHT MILE FMTION.
Next Friday's issuo of our semi weekly
will lie largely devoted to the Eight Mile
country, therefore it shall bo denomi
nated the "Eight Mile Edition." Do our
BubBoribors and advertising patrons
understand what this means? It is just
this: llelieving that the various sotttious
of Morrow oounty deserve more than
passing notice, and further, that the peo
ple would be anxious to avail IIiciuhcIvch
of the opportunity to present their claims
aa a superior farming country, we have,
at a great expense, sent a competent rep
resentative to personally visit every
farmer and stockman of the county.
With this laudable an. I all-iinportnnt
purpose in view, our agent, Mr, T. K.
Huberts, has been laboring earnestly and
patiently with the people of Eight Mile
for nearly two weeks, and with the re
sult that our next inmio will he one of
over 3,000 copies. Of course, a large
number of these are extras, ordered by
our Eight Milo patrons to send away.
We have also gamed a large number of
new subscribers in that vicinity.
Thore is certainly uo better way to
present the Eight Milo country, or any
other part of Morrow, and it will he fol
lowed up by as large, if not larger edi
tions. Our advertising patrons will re
member that they are getting a vast
amount of advertising iu this way, which
costs them nothing, above tho ordinary
price that is charged for inserting same
in all editions of our semi-weekly. Value
of advertising per inch depends ou circu
lation, only. It is like sugar, nails, cof
fee and other merchandise, the price de
pends upon quality and quantity. Now,
advertisers, if you want to be strictly
"in it," let your light shine forth in each
and every issue of tbe Gazette, and then
you will be sure to get the betietit of the
thousands and thousands of extra copies
which will be sent out during the next
few mouths. We are using every effort
to make the columns of the Gazette
more desirable, and nil we can expect iu
return is the market value of what we
have to sell.
The Gooseberry section will, perhaps,
be given the next opportunity to be
beard. There is a vast amount of excel
lent fanning couutry over there, anil we
are quite sure that our report shall be a ,
wmL aiiAlx AND 0,1AIX BaH-
From T. E. Fell, manager of the M. O.
L. & T. Co., we learn that there was
about 2,000,000 lbs of Eastern Oregon
wool in Kostou Jan. 1st. All bnt inferior
grades is selline for 17c. which is equal
to 13e. here. Upon the present market,
good average E. O. is worth l.r)c in Hepp
ner. The movement in wool has been com
paratively light so far this year. Halea
in Huston have been 3,020,000 less during
the first six weeks of '02 than they were
for a corresponding season of '91. The
fuct that light sales have left bnt small
stock on baud, indicates that manufac
turers have no preat suprly upon which
to work before the clip of '92 is in market,
hence wool growers may expect a steady
market opening at 15c. for average wool,
with advancements corresponding with
During the fiscal year of lM'Jl the im
ports of woolen goodsjwere valued at S 13
235, 400.00 chiefly of a class of goods in
which labor in production, rather than
wool, is the greater factor in oost.
Wheat has advanced about 5 cents per
bushel abroad, during the past ton days.
The shipping demand in Portland and
Han Francisco is light, but millers are
offering about 2o. per bushel above ex
port value.for tbe reason that graiu held in
ititerior warehouses, from which it may
be shipped d'rect to mills, will net about
3o. per bushel more than wheat held in
storage by farmers in warehouses in
Portland owned by exporters. Exports
of wheat during the past week from the
U. 8. was 4,002,000 bushels, against 3,
041,000 tho week before, and 2,230,000
bushels for the same week of last year.
That the shortage of breadstuff abroad
is being supplied by shipment of corn,
instead of wheat is manifest by tbe fol
lowing figures: In 1891 the weekly ship
ment was 325,000 bushels; for 1802 it is
3,204,000, nearly three million in excess.
The price of wheat above a certain figure
is governed by corn. With the com
meucemeut of corn shipments, the price
of oorn doubled, wheat declined nearly
ton per cent.
drain bags will be grain bags next
season, lucre is no surplus oarried
over this Beason. The jute crop from
which all grades of bags are made is
about one-third short. Contract for
June delivery are now ja. higher than
was asked at this season last year. The
probable cost, of sacks during tho harvest
months of "J2 will not be less than 10c.
and more likely to be 12 with a fair crop.
8 LITTLE PORE G
JUDGING that many did not see our
announcement of two weeks ago that
the price of the Senii-Weeklv Gazette
would he $3 per year, we have deoided
to make this proposition: Until April 1st,
1H02, all old subscribers renewing and
paying up all arrearages, or now sub
Boribers, oan have the two papers for the
coming year for $2, cash iu hand.
After that date all, witlmtt exception,
will bo charged 3 per year.
If you want to save a little, drop iu
This is positively the last chance to get
a good thing cheap.
Wenoel tho money, not your prom
i.ses; that is why we olTer thirty days
more grace. Improvements hnve been
made ou "jawbone;" the day of settle
ment is near at band.
Don't put it off to the last minute to
Heo the "Pats" about the new seini
weekly. Tnrs Pat. Pun. Co.
Dr. Clements cures all rectal diseases.
Dr. Clements cures cancer without the
use of the knifo.
Dr. Clements cures piles without the
use of the knifo, ligature or noiils.
Ollice at Avers' drniz store, llennner.
An ivory umbrellu handle between my
ranch and Heppuer. Finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving the same
at the Gazette ollice or at my place.
l'3-tf. Wm. IIuuhkn.
l'lllt KALE AT A 11.MKIA1N.
ho Fevre's prairie, near Camas prairie,
bead of Juniper creek ; 320 acres deeded
land. Apply at Gazette ollice. 03-6.
Cavalry Houses Wantkh. Those
who have sound horses, weighing from
1,000 to 1,200 pounds, in color black
brown or gray, can find sale for them by
culling on K. G. Sperry at the Belvedere
saloon. Fifty bead wanted immedi
LIST OF lkituus
nVKUTIsKD AT UKITNKl! POST OFFICE
I, Mrs Julia
A. Mai.i.ory, P.
t liaison, loin
liostt, f II
An Al Shire stallion, dark bav, four vein's old,
eii-'ht liM to ITiV. Will sell on ensy'tei'ins, or
raoc lor Kood yotniK cattle. J.w. Moiihow,
ei-tl' llepioier, Or.
See ,T. W. Cow ins for Rock Springs
coal. Leave orders at Gazette ollice. a
Hardware? Yes, at Gilliam t liis
bee's, Main St., Heppuer, Or. a.
Rtihl, the baker, liny your bread and
cukes and save money. Try it. a.
M. Lichtentbal & Co. are getting in lots
of new goods. Call ou them for foot
wear. Minor Bros, are now selling (lour at
bed rock prices. For cash only. See
new ad. a
An elegant assortment of boota and
shoes, winter stock, just arrived at M
Liehteuthal & Co.'s n
Nails hy the car load at Gilliam A liis
bee's. Grant county people will do well
to call on them. a.
Wanted - More customers to liny goods
of the lleppncr Furniture Co. Great
bargains tiusspiing. a.
Driiiis. medicines, toilet articles and i
everything in his line at T. W. Av,.r .lr.
Hest grade cigars always iu stock, a. I
Can't Cook as Mother Did!
How many a young wife's heart has been saddened
by hearing the above remark ! And yet how often the
words are true; especially when cake, pastry or biscuit are
in question ! The reason is plain, yet it is "like telling a
Our mothers used and are using Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder. They cannot bo misled into using any
of the ammonia or alum powders. To dyspepsia no sallow
complexions, when mother did the cooking.
The first symptoms of ammonia poisoning, says a
New York paper, which appear among those who work in
ammonia factories, is a discoloration of the' nose and fore
head. This gradually extends over the face until the com
plexion has a stained, blotched and unsightly appearance
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only pure
cream of tartar powder that contains the whites of eggs.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact the
purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned.
The Memhei'S of tho County Republican Cen
The following are the members of the
republican central committee of Morrow
O. 1',. Furnsworth
S. N. Morgan
J. F. Willis
W. F. Holmes
J. 13. Ely
J. M. Kees
I. O, Large
D. It. Jayne
W. R. Ellis,
Mem. State Cen. Com
A Warning- Don't Use Hig Words.
In promulgating esoteriooogi tations or
articulating superficial sentimentalities
and philosophical or psychological ob
servations, beware of platitudinous pon
derosity. Let your statements possess a
(Manned conciseness, compacted oompre
heesilileness, coalescent consistency and
a concentrated cogency, Eschew all
conglomerations of flatulent garrulity,
jejune babblement and asinine ull'eota-
tious. In trying to impress upon others
the superiority or the Wisconsin Central
Lines, aud why yon and bo many others
use tins ttiorouglirare from ht. fatil and
Minneapolis and Duluth and Ashland to
Milwaukee, Clnongo and points east and
south, it is not necessary to use jaw-
breakeiJL Let your extemporaneous
(loscniiflwrn and unpremeditated expa
tiations have intelligibility and vera
cious vivacity, without rhndomontade or
thrasonical bombast. Sedulously avoid
all polysyllabio profundity, psittaceous
vacuity, yentriloqual verbosity and
vandilonnent vapidity, slum double en-
tendres, prurient jocosity aud pestiferous
profanity, ooscurent or apparent. In
other words talk plainly, naturally, sen
sibly and truthfully say the Wisconsin
Central Lines is TfiE hoiitb, and that
ends it. 4(J5tf.
Lishe Sperry has bought those fine
mules Irom JNelse Jones.
A bay Ally, six years old, small star in
forehead, one white hind foot; brnndedjo
on left shoulder. Whon last heard from
was in Dry Fork of Rock creek. $10 re
ward will be paid for her delivery at H.
Furlong's on lthea Creek.
63-tt. II. SciIEliZINOKB.
The hotel heretofore known as the
Mountain 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. Ayeks.
ON MARCH 2, 1892,
At the Morrow stuMo, I will oiler for stilts alumt
sixty-flvo homl of brood liuuvs, yeiii-linns,
two and tliroo -year-oMs. Also a few
work ami satUlle horseH. The year
lilies tunl two-year-olils nre out
of my Thoroui;)ilretl
Mmvs in foal by him at present. The mare
are nil tine, heavy Anierieati stoek, and
are denirnble for any horseman. Sev
ern! of them are Itrokeii to work
and all are in Nplemlid eon
dition. Will also sell a Wagon, Buekboard,
Hay Cutter, Barley Crusher,
three sets Harness, etc.
rWUOV SAIK: '''"elve months'
t lii.Vi.Tlk? time ith ood seeurttv; the
ter eeut .liseount for eush, . V. Patternon
w ill attend to the business m this eoniUH'tion.
15. 11. MANX,
K. L. MATLOCK.
AIo it rVIiirltot
Ktvv constantly on hand Knth and Salt Moatt,
Fish and IVnltry. Hitif8t t'nh I'm-
lmul for all kimU of b'&t tStoek,
H KIM'NKR, - OKKviON.
NOTICE Or INTENTION.
Land Office at La (iraiule, Or., Oct. 2, 1891.
Notice if) hereby given that the following
named aettler has filed notice of his Intention to
make final proof In support of his claim, and
that Raid proof will he made before the County
Clerk of Morrow County, Or., at Heppner, Or.,
on March Jti, isifi, viz:
AltKAlf AM B. CHAPMAN,
Hd No. MIC!, for the K'2' NK'4 See 11, HEM HE'4
See 2, and S v4 NW'H Hee 12, Tp :i H R 29 E W M.
He names the folWwiuK witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
A. J. Cook, W. H. Clark, Chas. Cate and Giles
Daugherty, all of Lena, Oregon,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Ollice nt LaOrande, Or., .Ian. 21, 1892.
Notice 1b hereby"" given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make ii n a 1 proof In support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Clerk of Morrow County at
Heppner, Oregon, on March 5, 1U2, viz:
KENNE J. HOWARD,
D. No. 105M for Lots 1 and 2 and SU NE Sec
"., Tp2 8, K27 K, V. M.
(Frank W. Kidlevand R.W. Turner take nntiee.l
He names the following witnesses to prove
iiib eoiiEiuuouH resiaenee upon, ana cultivation
of. said land, viz:
H. A. Thompson, T. L. Buckley, James Hurt,
n. x,. iiiiuerurtuiu, an oi iieppncr, uregon.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Ottice at The DalleB, Or., .Tan. 22, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will he made hefore County
ijiuihui itiuiiiMv tuiiiuj', ur., at iieppner, ur.,
on -warea a, in'.w.'viz:
THOMAS A. DRISKELL,
Hd No. 247,
S7, ElUK Stt'H NE'-f, NWJ4 SE1, NEJi
SIKH Suc TP 2ii K2ii E.
riWU and Hh
He names i
Aving witnesses to prove his
i cultivation oi
A. M. Man?
'ou (Y .otree. J. R. Hunt and
t iieppiier, Oregon.
JOHN W. JiEWlS,
NOTICE OB1 INTENTION.
Land Ollice at The Dalles, Or., Jan. no, 1892.
Notice is hereby iriven tiiat the followin
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof iu supportof Ills claim, and
that said proof will be made before' V. R. Ellis,
U. S. Commissioner at Heppner, Or., on March
izt i'jz, viz: '
willtam o. Mccarty.
Hd. No. 20119, for the HE'4 See 24, Tp 1 S R 26 E
He names the following witnesses to prove hia
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
J. H. Edwards. C. C. Paling, R. W. Turner and
jciiersonu. Mrk, al) ot Heppner, Or.
M-iirt John w. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Oilicc at La Grande, Or., Jan. 20, 1892.
Notice is hereby iriven that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his Intention to
make linai proof In support of his claim, and
that stdd proof will be made hefore the County
Clerk of Morrow county, at Heppner, Or., on
.lumen iny-, viz ;
JOSEPH M. GREEN,
Hd. No. 37fil, for the Hi NW'4 and NWU NWU
ovi, Tp2 N, R 27 E. W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
oi, mi in laun, viz:
W. B. Finley, A. O. Bartholomew, Fred Parsell,
M. C. Carney, all of Alpine, Oregon.
Or. a. Cleavrr,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Lund Otllce at The Dalles, Or., Feb. 8, '92.
Notice is hereltv iriven that the followin-nam.
ed settler has (lied notice of his intention to
make nnai proot in support of his claim, and
tiiat said proof will be made before K, H. Snow,
Cum, U.S. Circuit Court, at Lexington, Oregon,
on April. 7, isirj, viz:
WILLIAM T. CAMPBELL,
Hd. No. tJ-M, for the HW4 Sec 17. and WW
N Wi Sec 20. Tp 2 S. R 2f E. W. M.
lie names the following witnesses toprove his
cunuiLiioiiB resilience upon, ami cultivation ot.
Bind land, viz:
Jacoh Karnst, George W. Smith, Theodore
voik, uiuiani .m, stauiier, an oi Lexington, or.
John W. Lewis,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land OiViee at The Dalles, Or., Feb. 23, 1892.
Notice is herehv iriven that theftdlowlne-nam
ed Hettler has Hied notice of his Intention to
make dual proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will he made before the County
Clerk of Morrow county, Or., at Heppner, Or.,
on April 9, 1W2, viz:
IULRKRT D. COATS,
Hd. No. 4279, tor the Sec 2;, Tp 3 S, R 24 E
He mimes the following witnesses toprove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Cyrus Kmiua, J. H. Allen, Ed Aihbaugh and
E. R. Stanton, all of Eight Mile. Or.
M-71 John V. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
I-and Ofllce at The Dalles, Or., Feb. 2, is;2.
notice is nereny given mat me loiiowmg.
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to
make final proof in supportof Ids claim, and thht
smiil urn, it will l iiukIm hofuro tli.i fount,.
rlerk of Morrow Countv, Oregon, at Heppner.
Oregon, on April 9, 1M'2. viz:
VANDEVER L. COFFEY,
Hd. No. 2014, for the SE See ;i4, Tp 2 3, R 24 E,
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
wtio uiiiu, i :
Shiiuu'1 X. Wtirfield, Wm. Hagnewood, WeBley
Me.Nahh, Thomas Merrill, all of Light Mile, Or.
4ii?-47S. John W. Lewis, Register.
N OTIC E -STOCK 1 1 OLD E RS MEETI NO.
VOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the Morrow Countv
Land A: Tmst Company will be held at the of
tiee of the company in Heppner, Oregon, on
Saturday. Mareh 12, 1S92, at 7 p, m., for the pur
pose of electing otrleers for the ensuing year,
and transaction of such other business as'niay
come hefore the meeting. T. E. Fell,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
yOTICE 1SHEREP.YC.1YENTHAT A MEET-i-
ins of the stockholders of The Palace Hotel
Co. will be held in the otli.-e of the First Nation
al Hank, ou j-aturdtiy. March 12. lr.2. at 1 o clock..
p. m. 1 he object of the meeting is to adopt by
laws and attend to siu-h other business a niv
be brought before the meeting at this time.
J. W, MOKKOW,
In it for the year '92. No
Post Hay or Wooden Barley
here. All borsea groomed
and fed in the proper man
ner. Feed for sale. Good
corral and Free camp honse.
Horses to bay 75o per span
per day. 'Bus runs to and
from trains night or day.
SARGENT & DRISKELL,
LOWER FEED YARD
Main street, Heppner.
I HA YE In stock a lot of billiard supplies
which I will be pleased to furnish those need
ing the same at reasonable figures. Am alio
prepared to repair tables.
Give me a chance when you need anything of
65-tf. Heppner, Oregon.
Corn Meal !
HAVING purchased machinery for grinding
Corn Meal, we invite all our patrons to
bring in their corn and get in return a superior
HEPPNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY,
65-tf. T. W. Ayers, Sr., Manager.
HpO ALL SHEEPMEN COMING INTO
a urant county on tne Middle Fork: Can
buy provisions cheaper than anywhere else.
Beans 7c ft
Bacon 15 11
Riee . 8 '
Stock Salt 2 "
Flour 3 '
Fruit 12 '
Canned fruit in proportion.
66-71 Austin station, Grant Co., Or,
KEEP YOUR EYE
fn The Heppner Furniture Co.'s ad. next
s ween ror special haraius. Two car loads
oi lurnmire are storeu in our warehouse.
Ixiok for prices next week.
And Furs wanted. I will pay the highest
market prices for anything in this line.
Give me a call before selllnsr elsewhere, as I
miow i can uu oeuer uy you man any other Arm
. W. W. SMEAD.
Offioe at Sargout & Driskell's Feed yard.
WE, THE INTERSIGNED, HAVE FORM
T ed a co-partnership under the firm name
of J. A. Woolery V Co., for the purpose of carry
ing; on general merchandising at Hardiuan and
lone, Morrow Co., Oregon. All accounts due
J. A. Woolery on the old books are pavable to
him. but will he received by the new firm and
properly receipted for. Those owinir ar r-
quested to settle up immediately.
J. A. WOOLERY,
E. S. Cox,
64-68. 8. W. ADAMS.
Io whom it may concern. Know ve, that the
County Court of Morrow countv will, nt th
next regular term thereof, appoint a Scab In
spector for the ensuing year, and to that end
will receive sealed proposals, stating salary, to
be opened at one o clock, March 10th. lty. No
one need apply except he be a competent per
son. Jumits Kkithly.
66-9 County Judge,
Gl'M-KI.ASTIC ROOFINO FELT cot only
tiHijw 100 niimre feot Makes good roof (or
yenr. and anyone can put tt ou. Send tuuup
for sample and full pArtkulara.
Uum Elastic Roofing Co.,
39 A 41 Wuat Broadway, Nw Yore.
.H-75 Loral AgonU Wanted.
Has passed under new management. Living rates will be charged to all with tha view of
building up a legitimate hotel business. Your patronage is solicited.
Mrs. MARGARET VON CADOW, Manager.
HO! YE SLEEPERS,
Eub 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. Ve are not robbers, so we
won't hold you up, but don't let others hold you
down with their "trust."
Come in I Come in I for we are in the swim by thunder.
Oive us your patronage and you will never go under.
WE HAVE GOT IT !
A lull stock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Steam Fixtures Guu
and Ammunition, Blacksmiths Coal, Iron and Steel, Agricultural Imple
ments, Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Uiickboanls, Carts, Etc., Etc.
Saddles, Harness, Whips, Spurs, and every Conceivable
Article kept in a First Class Harness Shop.
Repairing f t Specialty !
Go to their store for the Improved WHITE SEWING MACHINE. Warranted tor
five years. Don't buy elsawhere till you examine their maohines aDd
s , jget cash prioes. Y
MAIN BTKEET, . HEPPNEB. OREGON.
A QUERY ANSWERED.
"Oh, where! Oh, where can I get a shoe.
That fits like a glove and won't wear through,
That feels so easy and looks so neat
That others will envy the style of my feet?"
Kind friend, 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.,
IV! f 1 1 rx Htreet, Heppner, Or.
A COMPLETE ASSORT
MENT ON HAND AND
FOR SALE AT THE
New Warehouse !
TTENRY HEPPNER IS HAVING CONSTRUCTED AT
tt .,PePPner 8 capacious Warehouse and platform room,
lie 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
tinuance of patronage at his
AT HEPPNER, OREGON.
Rock Springs Coal!
I will keep constantly on hand the BesT
Screened Rock Springs Coal, which I will
deliver in any part of Heppner
At a Reasonable Price.
Leave your orders at the Gazette Office.
J. W. COWINS, Heppner, Or. .
T. H. BISBEE
& BISBEE, yr
P.ilann TIt1 iWW
J. O. HAYES