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Here and There.
I A Fine Claim rrof. T. C. Aubrey has
1 taken up a fine claim near J. B. Sperry's
ranch. It is nicely looa'ed for grain or
They must be respected.
See Mrs. Basey & Daughter's ad.
Gazette onThornton's counters. Price
5 oents. If.
S. B. Hope was notioecl on our streets
A. J. Cook was in Saturday last, from
Minor Bros, keep Spray Bros.' hams,
bocon and lard. " 60-tt.
Joseph Putnam was over from Monu
ment lust week.
'Squire J. H. Jones, of Eight Mile,
was in Thursday.
Jerry Brosnan was a caller at the Ga
zette office Saturday.
Wiley McBeeis expected soon to re
turn from California.
Alfred Knseh, a Portland traveling
man, was in last week.
Daily stage both ways between Monu
ment and Long Creek. tf.
Mibs Eflie Fields is up from Browns
ville to visit relatives.
A. Chnrlston, one of our Gooseberry
patrons, was in Friday.
Mrs. J. J. Koberts is prepared to do
all kinds of plain sewing. 60-tt
Johnny Avers and family were in from
Butter oreek over Sunday.
Nicest bams, breakfast baoon and
fresh lard at Spray Bro. 90.tf.
Mrs. Lizzie Matlock departed on Sat
urday's train for Portland.
When in Arlington, stop at the Ben
nett bouse, near tbe depot. ul-tf
Miss Lettie Lewis is over from Long
Creek to visit her brother, Charley.
See.the new ad., "The People" cigar.
Sold at Tedrowe ft Williams' Aroade.
Tbe Bhowers of Saturday and Sunday
were just the thing. Let us have more.
"Yarley Yohnson," of Long Creek Ea
gle fame, was in yesterday from Monu
ment. Sam Meadows, tne Hardman black
smith, reports his town's business pick
Tbos. Snpp, of Sand Hollow, has just
recovered from an illness of some weeks
Mrs. Thos. Bradley arrived from Mon
ument Friday, leaving for Pendleton
C. A. Rhea is thinking of adding an
other story to the First National bank
Joe Woolerv and Ed. Cox, merobaute
of lone and Hardman, were in town
San Clark and family were over from
Camas prairie last week, visiting rela
tives in this vicinity.
Pap Simons & Son still shoe horses
and do general blacksmithing at the old
stand, Matlock corner. 55.
J. A. Steach and Henry Blackwell
came over with horses last week for Alex
It is likely that Dan Osmers and Mat
Hughes will purchase the saloon busi
ness of W. F. Kuark.
"Uncle" Jack Morrow is able to get
around at St. Vincent's hospital,Portlaud,
with tbe aid of crutches.
Sam Kinsman is excavating on his
property, reoently purobased in the Nels
Jones addition, for his tine residence.
Call on Lishe Sperry, down at the
Belvedere, when in town. Keeps on
hand a fine stock of liquors and cigars.
Tbe Mountain house was the scene of
a small disturbance last Saturday eve
ning, but it was stopped in its inoipi
enoy. J. N. Brown got in Sunday evening
from Canyon City where he has been for
the past month attending to a mining
J. W. Morrow has purchased B. B.
Mann's Clydesdale stallion, paying
therefor $101)0. There is no finer animal
in tbe country.
Geo. W. Foor is at Amethyst, Col.,
a big mining camp, near Creed. Weieer
Signal. Mr. Foor was formerly a photo
grapher in Heppner.
Alfred Thibault, an all-round athlete
and a pretty solid looking man, is mak
ing Heppner his headquarters. He is
teaching a class in boxing.
Newer and neater quarters at the
Palace Hotel's north business room.
Charley Jones, the baber, wants to see
his old friends there. Baths in connec
tion. The alliance organization at Lexing
ton is one of the strongest in Eastern
Oregon, having over one hundred mem
bers, with weekly accessions to the
Dr. B. F. Vaughan writes from Port
land that he has undergone an operation
by which a large amount of pus was
drawn from his side, and now hopes to
gain some relief.
This office wbs the reoipient of a pleas
ant call Saturday last from Mr. and Mrs.
Felix Johnson, of Butter oreek. Mr.
Johnson reports their cattle in exoellent
condition, having had as little winter
there as in tbe vicinity of Heppner.
Rev. Bailey's meetings were quite in
teresting, and therefore well attend
ed. Tbe Bapist church not being large
enough to accommodate the audiences,
servioes were held in the M. E. ohurch,
South. Mr. Bailey left yesterday morning
Born To the wife of Arthur Minor,
in this citv, yesterday, the 29th ult., a
eon. Art thinks it a hard stroke of Prov
idence, as the youngster will have to be
supported until twenty-five years old.
Probably Arthur is being remembered
for some of his praotioal jokes.
The World Enricued.
The facilities of the present day for the
production of evervthing tbat will oon
duce to tbe material welfare and com
fort of mankind are almost unlimited,
and when Syrup of Figs was first pro
duced the world was enriched with the
only perfect laxative known, as it is the
only remedy which is truly pleasing and
refreshing to the taste and prompt and
effectual to cleanse the system gently in
the spring time or, in fact, at any time
and the better it is known the more pop
ular it becomes.
A Veteran. Dick Neville, who has
had charge of the Arcade ns chief mix
ologist for the past ten years, retires with
tbe change of management, Mr. Swaggart
having Eold to Messrs. Tedrowe & Wil
liams, Dick has been there so long tbat
the old residents will miss lira.
Trespass Sl it. On lust Friday Justice
Rea was quite busy with the suit, I. G.
Bogard vs. Rev. J. T. Hoskins, in which
Mr. Bogard asked $100 dumages for an
aot of trespass committed by the latter.
The jury allowed $7 and of course as
sessed the costs against defendant.
Large Stock. Just received a fine
line of typewriter stock, funeral note,
visiting Bnd invitation cards. We have
the largest job stock ever carried in the
city, latest, improved presses, steam
power and competent workmen. Don't
overlook us when you want job work. tf.
Sextette Band. Tbe organization of
a sextette baud was accomplished here
last week, with the following members:
F. J. Halloek, Vawter Crawford, A. W.
Patterson, C. W. Kychard, Homer Mo
Farland and Geo. Conser. It is the in
tention to furnish music for all public
occasions, including speakings, balls,
etc. As tbe campaign is near at band,
the boys should have plenty to do the
Their Future Home. Too late for
last Thursday's issue, the Gazette re
ceived a letter from Charley Eagan in
reference to his marriage to Miss Ada
Beokett at Pendleton reoently. He in
forms ns that Rev. Whittlesey perform
ed the ceremony at the residenoe of Mr.
Harry Nelson, and tbat they will take
up their residenoe in Walla Walla,
where Mr. Eagan has a position with
Tbe Gilbert-Hunt Harvesting Maohinery
Errors Corrected. In last Thurs
day's issue, in reporting the result of the
democratic central committee meeting,
an error was made in regard to the num
ber of delegates, as apportioned for the
county convention. It should have been
as follows: Heppner, Mount Vernon and
Gentry, each 5 delegates; Lexington, 3;
Dairy, i; Eight Mile, 3; Lena, 3; Matte
son, 2; Alpine, 2; Pine City, 2; Wells
Springs, 2; Cecil, 2; lone, 3; Castle Rock,
l;Dry Fork, 2; Total, 44.
fN THE ClHCriT COl'fT FOR THE COl'N-
tv of Morrow, State of Oregon,
IN THE cincriT cor
tv of Morrow, State of o
The American Mortgage
Company, of Scotland, I
(Limited.) t'laintill', j
Wm. L. Donaldson and
Mary C. Donaldson.
Charles H. Hudson
and W. L. Donaldson, I
To Win. L. Donaldson, Mary C. Donaldson,
Charles H. Hndsun and V. L. Donaldson, de
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
You are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the above en
titled cause on or before the first day of the next
regular term of said court, to-wit: ou or before
Monday, the :!Mh day of March, tHy2, and If you
fail so to answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
will take iudurment against the said Win. L. Don
aldson and Mary C. Donaldson for the sum of
(os.uu, li. s. gold coin, wun interest inereou at
the rate of H per cent, per annum from Jan. 20th,
ls'.rj, until paid; and the sum of $10u attorney's
fees, and for its costs and disbursements of this
cause. And against all of the above named de
fendants for the loreelosure of a certain lnortg.
executed by the said Win. L. Donaldson and
Mary C. Donaldson, in favor of plaintill', bearing
date, Aug. :W, 1W, and recorded in bonk C, page
1)7 H neiitit record of mortgages for Morrow coun
ty. Oregon, conveying tlie.SE'4 of section li', in
townshin one. north, of range 24 east, W. M.;
and for such further relief as is demanded in
plaliltin s complaint.
And defendants are further notified that this
summons is served bv publication by order of
W. L. Bradshaw, Judge of said circuit court,
dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this iStth day of
Jan'y, Me. J. N. BltOWN,
6o 71 Attornev for Plaintiff.
INITHF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, for the County of Morrow.
T. J. Owens, PHI. )
M. E. OwenB, Deft.)
To M. E. Owens, the above-named Deft. :
In the name of the State of Oregon you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint of I'llf. filed In the above entitled court
and suit against you on or before the firstday of
the next term of said court, tow it : the 2th day of
March, 1HS2. Deft, will take notice that if she
fails to appear or answer, the PIS', will take a
decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between PUT. and Deft., and for the
care and custody of Thomas Cleveland Owens
and Flora Owens, minor children of Pill", and
This summons is published by order of Hon.
Judge Bradshaw, Judgo of the 7th judicial Us
trict of the State of Oregon.
Dated 10th February, lwi. O, W. REA,
64-70. riit'.'B Attorney.
A Pleasant Occasion. About forty of
Geo. Swaggart's friends gathered at the
Matlock restaurant last Friday evening,
the ocoasion of his retiring from the
saloon business. They dined on fresh
oysters in all styles, washing them down
with Mumm's "xtra dry" while being en
tertained with speeohes, songs and stories
by guests. Mr. Swaggart located in
Heppner fifteen years ago, and now that
he has deoided to change business, his
friends hope that sucoess may always
U. S. Land Office, Iji Grande, Or., Feb. 2, WJ2.
COMPLAINT HAVINU BEEN ENTERED AT
this otlice bv John Kenny against John
Reynolds for failure to comply with law as to
Timber-Culture Entry No. '2HP4 dated May 3,
1SXK. unon the RVM of NKii: N' of SEk and
SWli of SK'i Section IS, Township 3 S, Range 28
li- W T M,.,-,...,,. Cmuilu Md.iri.,1 with a
view to the cancellation of said entry: contest
ant alleging that said John Reynolds never
plowed rive acres the first year, never plowed
live acreB the second year, never cultivated any
portion of it at any time, and never planted any
of it or caused it to be done: the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at the otlice of J.
H . Morrow in Heppner, Oregon, on tne zist uay
of March, 1H1I2, at one o'clock P. M., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said alleged
failure. To be used at the final hearing at this
otlice, April 11, 1W2. It is further ordered that
tliiB notice be served by publication for six con
secutive weeks in the Heppner Gazette and by
posting upon land as in 1'. S. Land caBes.
64-iiy. A. C. McClblland, Receiver.
NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE.
U. S. Land Office, Iji Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 1802.
COMPLAINT MAVINO BEEN ENTERED AT
this Otlice by John Kenny agaiuBt Byron
Sarver for failure to comply with law as to
Timber-Culture Entry No. 21.S7 dated April 24,
1KS8, upon the 1SJ4 of VA: HVV!4 of SE and
SE'i of Section 26, Township, 3 S, Range
2S E. W. M. ,in Morrow County, Oregon, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry; contest
ant alleging that Baid Byron Sarver did not the
first or second year, plow or fence any of Baid
tract, and has not at any time plowed, fenced,
cultivated or planted any of said tract or caused
it to be done; the said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at the otlice of J . V. Morrow,
at Heppner, Oregon, ou the 21st day of March,
1K02, at 3 o'clock, P. M., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged failure. To
be used at the final hearing at this olliee, April
11. 1S02. It is further ordered that this notice be
served by publication in the Heppner Gazette
for Blx consecutive weeks and by posting upon
the land as in U. H. laud cases.
64-60. A. C. McClkli.and, Receiver.
Ladies' Guild. The ladies of the
Episcopal church organized a Ladies'
Guild last Saturday afternoon at the
home of MrB. W. J. Leezer. It is officer
ed as follows: Mrs. W. J. Leezer, Presi
dent; Mrs. E. R. Bishop, Vice President;
Mrs. Otis Patterson, Seo'y; Mrs. T. C.
Aubrey, Treasurer. The Guild will mei?t
at the home of Mrs. T. C. Aubrey next
Thursday afternoon ht 2 o'olock. All
members, and those desiring to become
such, are requested to be present. The
Guild starts out with 12 members.
New Washerman. Lee Sam, our Chi
nese washerman, having become finan
cially embarrassed, was oompelled to
close np his wush house. But he wishes
as to inform all his creditors that he will
pay all debts as soon as possible. In
this connection we are requested to state
that Hung Lee, late of Portland, who
bas been an employe in oue of the best
laundries in tbat city, has rented this
house and furniture and is now prepar
1 to Hn waehinff in tbe best style for
the citizens of Heppner, aud respectfully
requests their patronage.
Republican Club As per announce
ment, the organization of Heppner's re
publican club occurred last Saturday
evening. O. E. Famsworth, ohairman of
the county republican oentral committee,
called the meeting to order. A. W. Pat
terson was chosen temporary chairman;
W. L. Saling, secretary. Committees on
by-laws and constitution and on member
ship were appointed, also circular read
stating object of such organization. Sev
enteen persons signified their willingness
to become members, after which the
meeting adjourned to meet at tbe court
house at 7:30 next Friday evening. There
will also be a meeting at 1:30 next Sat
urday afternoon at tbe same place.
The Horse Thieves. Geo. Harrington
returned from the river Friday where he
had been in quest of the thieves who
took the horses from Geo. Swaggart's
ranoh last week. The gray horse of Nels
Cbristenson's got away from the fellows,
it now being certain that there were two
of them, about tbe time they were sad
dling, preparatory to leaving the ranch.
Both then rode the stallion to Castle
Rock, where he was turned loose, the
men crossing over to the Washington
side in a boat which belonged to Mr.
Teeters. This gentleman found his boat
some miles below Castle Rock, and took
away tbe oars, preventing tbem using it
further. Although tbe culprits were not
in sigbt, it is supposed that they were
hidden in the bills, awaiting the. shades
of night to proceed further. It is pre
sumed that they came baok to tbe boat
and finding it oarless, struck out on foot.
It is pretty certain that Mr. Swaggart's
stallion is on the range in Northern
Morrow, and will be recovered at an
early date. However, Mr. Christenson
mourns the loss of a saddle, which is not
likely to be found.
NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE.
U. S. Land Office, La Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 1892.
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this Olllec by John Kenny against William
Plin for failure to comply with law as to Timber
Culture Entry No. l.r63 dated February 16, lssfi,
upon the H'4 of SE14; NW'toI SK'A and NE'4
of SVi'A Section 14, Township 3 8, Range 28 E.
W. M., In Morrow County, Oregon, with a view
to the cancellation of said entry; contestant
alleging that Baid William Plin never cultivated
or fenced any portion of said tract, never plant
ed any trees, seedB, or cuttings on any part of it,
or eaused the same to be done: the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at the otlice of
j. v. morrow, at iieppner, .Horrow o., uregon,
on the 21st day of March, 1802, at to o'clock A.
M.. to resDond and furnish tcBtimonv concerning
said alleged failure. To be used at this otlice at
the final hearing April 11, 1X02. It Is further
ordered that this notice tie served bv publica
tion for six consecutive weeks tn the Iieppner
Gazette, and by posting on laud as In U. 8. land
A. C, M:Cl,Kl.i.AND,
U. S. Land Office. The Dalles, Oregon, Jan. 28 '02.
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this oilice by J. B. Hunt, Heppner, Oregon,
against W. B. Cuninghame for abandoning his
homestead entry No. 2H71, dated Nov. 25, 1H87,
upon the N W'14 section 17th, township 3 H range
26 E, in Morrow county, Oregon, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry; the said parties
are herebv summoned to appear at this oilice on
the 26th day of March, 1802, at 10 o'clock a. m
to respond and lurllish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment. J. W. Morrow,
county clerk, is authorized to take testimony in
this case at his oilice in Heppner, at 10 a. m.,
March 10th, 1802. John. W. Lewis,
Babies' Day. On Thursday of each
week will be ubabies' day" at Dancer's
gallery. Bring along your babies and
have their Dictnres taken, and you will
get on photo free of charge. SMtf
Fine Timber. Perhaps, tbe best tim.
ber growing in tbe Blue mountains can
be found ou Rock creek, in tbe vicinity
of Will Mallory's saw-mill. This class
of timber Mr. Mullory is using in making
lumber wbioh he delivering in Hepp
nei all the way from $15 to $30 per
thousand feet, depending on the quality,
and whether desired rough or dressed.
The same can be bought at the mill at
prices ranging from H to $25 per thous
and. He has a general assortment on
hand at present, and is sure to satisfy
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., Feb. 12, 1802,
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 be made before County
Clerk of Morrow Co.. Oregon, at Heppner Ore
gon, on March 28, 1HII2, viz:
D. S. No. 10173, for the VV14 SWJ4 and BWlj N
sec 24, Tp 1 S R 27 E W M.
He namcB the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Thomas Crow, Fran Phipps and Homer Reese,
of Lena. Or,, and Victor Groshans, of Heppner,
Or. A. CI.EAVKB,
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They must be Respected.
SELLING OCT TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.
The Immense Stock of merchandise of j
the Firm of H. Blackman & Co., will be j
sold out REGARDLESS OF COST in
order to olose out business.
The People Cigar, Best
in the Market, at
TEDROWE & WILLIAM'S Arcade,
08-74 MWACCAKT'H OII STAND.
Having established a Blacksmithing
Business at lone, Morrow Co., I solicit the
patronage of all. Horseshoeing a specialty.
65-if. TONE, OREGON.
W. J. McATEE.
A. D. McATEE.
PALACE HOTEL BAK !
Now under the supervision of
Having bought the same from W, Von Cadow.
Everything will be Strictly First Class.
Parties desirous of making purchases
for CASH will find it to their interest to
onll on ns. WE MEAN BUSINESS.
Come and he convinced.
H. Blackman & Co.,
CALL ON THE BOYS AT THEIR
NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS.
Also Props. Gem Saloon. Heppner, Ore.
3IQHEST CASH PRICE
PAID For WHEAT
Flour Exchanged for Wheat
IIEPPNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY
T. W. AYEKS,Sr., Manager.
Recently the following Notice appeared In the
' Judge S had heen sick only about two
weeks and it was not until the last three or
four days that the.malndy tonk a serious turn.
At the beninniiiR of his ilfiiese he suffered from
diatietes and stomach disorder. Later the
kidneys refused to perform their functions and
he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life
of one of the most prominent nieu in Cali
fornia." Like thousands of others his un
timely death was the result of neglecting early
symptoms of kidney disease.
are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de
rangement of the kidnevs or urinary organs.
don't, delay proper treatment until you are
forced to give up your daily duties; thm't
.act vr.nr mniifv on worthless liniments
and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of
tneaisease ai omx uy unm mc Ki"i"
known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid-
To it hati saved the lives of thousands.
Why should it not cure you ? Try it. Purely
vegetable and pleasant to take, ji.uu a pack
age, o ior jo u".
f pHE PLACK TO BUY IS AT
J- COFFIN & McFARLAND'S I
Collin & McFnrland cr.n give you bargains in
anything. Say, a car loud of Oliver Chilled
Plows, consisting of Gangs, Hulkcy and Walking
Plows, to arrive soon. But don't forget that
we can supply you with anything you want,,
in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware and Tin
ware, at wholesale and retail.
COFFIN & McFARLAND,
In the National Hank Building,
ability of not finding standing room in
our big store. You should frequently
visit us and be among the many success
ful bargain hunters, sometimes we buy
great drives and they are sold before we
can advertise them.
ability of getting "stuck" on some infer
ior or hnek number article if you hudst
on trading at some fossilized establish
ment where cobwebs are thick and the
hide of the proprietor thicker. Moral.
Trade at Minor Bros. Modern and Model
General Merchandise Store.
ability of Retting left if yon don't hewl
our words. Wu speak nought but the
truth. H Is not only unfair, but unwise
aud uupruntaule to deceive.
Yours to please,
E. 11 BISHOP,
T. E. FELL,
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAY STREET, HEPPNKR, Oil.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Madk on Shout Notice and at Popular Pricks.
Bread 22 Loaves for $1.00.
Ja (he bent Sign Writer in Heppner.
The Morrow County Land if Trust Company
PAID UP CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
M him and Forwarding Agents.
The Highest Market Price Paid for all kinds
of Grain, Sheep Pelts, Hides, Etc.
HEI'PNKR WAREHOUHE: I IONK WAREHOUHK.
6,000 Bubs Wool. 50,0000 KuHUfla drain- 20,000 Bushels Grain.
, Ilt-iHliel Graltii
NAILS AND SUGAR. I TOMATO KETCHUP HAMMERS.
PEARL II A RLE Y AND PADLOCKS. CANNED GOODS it AMMUNITION.
Strange CombinntioiiB to be Found Only at The Combin
ed Grocery and Hardware Store of
P. C. THOMPSON COMPANY,
In his new quarters, City Barber shop
stand, yon will find Oid Hutt. He can't
part a bald head in the middle or shave
whiskers where none exsist, bnt he's
lightning on good snbjeota. Shaving,
hairontting and nbampooing done in a
Thavp re-orrf'npd tills wpll-known hounf to the
public, and io)l';it a share of the patronage.
Per .Uy 11
hoard per week " 00
" " " with room 6 fjo
Mr table If always supplied with the best the
MRS. BAHEY 4 DAfGHTER,
MATETMONY jYs I)
Are closely allied, becaime a married wouple without Furniture
In like a government without a ruler.
iij Stock o( Furniture Just in. Complete in Everything.
Agent For the La Grande Marble Works.
OLD STAND ON" MAY STREET, HEPPNER, OREGON.
Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Confectionery Wood fe
Willow Ware and Agricultural Implement). Agents
for NEW HOME Sewing Machines aud IMPERIAL
LUM HERMANS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY.
Table Cutlery, Hhenrs, Scissors, Pookot Knives, and Razors at
Remarkably Low I'rices. Special inducements to Cash Cus
tomers. Give us a trial.
tf. Corner Main aud Willow Streets, Heppner Or.
SWEETS, FIRST IN OYSTERS, FIRST
In the Hustle with their Countrymen.
Five doors North of the J'alace Hotel, Heppner, Or.
Fine Inifurrrted and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos
Fresh Fruits and oilier Goods Received Daily.