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FOR COM MI SSI OX E R.
At the request of friends, I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for eommlt-siotier, subjert
to the decision of the republican nominating
convention. K. M. Cor rush.
At the enrnest solicitation of many friends, I
hereby announce inyBelf as a candidate for rep
resentative, subject to the decision oi the repub
lican nominating convention.
J. F. Willis.
At the request of many friends, I announce
myscu an a candidate tor me omce ot hnerirt.
H. C. Gay
Through the solicitation of friends, I horoby
announce myself a candidate for the ollice of
assessor, subject to the decision ot the county
democratic convention, Apr. 14, 1H'.12.
J. J. RoiiEnTS.
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
T. C. Aubrey respectfully asks the people of
the county for the superintendeucy.
Tiphus fever is creating considerable
exoitemeut in the East.
Some parties are talking of planting
the big island, opposite Coyote, in fruit.
"Sandy" Olds is out, having served
his time, lacking credits for good be
havior. Tub friends of Henr Scherzingcr
are talking him for county treasurer on
the republican ticket.
The St. Louis meeting of alliance peo
ple have decided to hold their national
convention on July i, 1892.
Senator Dolph has introduced a bill
to extend to settlers more time in the
pnrohase of their railroad land.
Speaker Reed's rulings during the
last sesbion of congress have been up
held by a recent decision of the Btipreme
Visrrona to Heppner give it the repu
tation of being the liveliest town of its
size in the Northwest. It is not over-
As wb intimated in a recent issue, if
Wm. Blair will oonuent to become n can
didate for oounty judge, he will have a
In mentioning the raise of superintend
ents' salary reoeutly, the Gazette stated
it as $35 increased to $49. It should
have been $35 to $40.
Ouh democratic office holders of Mor
row county will, without doubt, all be
nominated, if they so desire it. The
parly cannot do better.
The Chicago General Supply Compauv
for whom we have been advertising, have
failed. Our readers will note the fact
and keep their money at home.
A hill bus been introduced iu congress
allowing those qualified to take bomtv
stead proofs, to also take proofs on
timber, stone and desert land.
An anti-Hill convention is culled by
. the dissenters for May 81, 1892 at Hyra-
cuso, N. Y. Dill is truly a wonderful
man, but his methods will cost him the
nominal ion for president.
If Hon. J. 11. lialey does not ncoopt
the nomination on the democratic ticket
for congressman, it is quite sure that he
will be oboseu by his party to snoceed
himself as joint senator from Union and
Jim Hill, with his Great Northern,
will without doubt, tup the Columbia
somowhere in this section. In this event,
u snouni ue to x'ortluntl s interest, as
to Eastern Oregon and Washington, to
have an open river.
Those who know V. 1!. Gilbert, the
recent nppointee to the circuit judge
ship, say that he is eminently qualified
to serve in that high capacity. He has
been associated for some time with Zera
Snow in the practice of law at Portland,
Aoiohdino to the Orogoniuu, Ed. L.
Huntley has recovered his $18,000 worth
of diamonds, stolen recently iu upper
Washington. Huntley, in the opinion
of many, never lost any diumouils, but
he has worked the newspapers for a lot
of free advertising.
Arlington will shortly invite members
of town councils, boards of trades, etc.,
from the oout.ties of Morrow, Sherman,
Klickitat and Gilliam to ootifer with
thorn to organize a district board of
trade for the purpose of inducing immi
gration Bud to bring about, as soon as
possinie, an open river."
Tim friends of V. It. E11U consider his
ohauces for nomination much brighter
now than ever before. There is one
thing sure, bo is the choice of the East
ern Oregon republicans, if the majority
may be allowed to Bcleot. The western
part of the district will, without doubt,
endorse the selection of Eastern Oregon.
Skttlkks can rest ansnred that Botue
thing is being done for them iu congress,
for a bill has been introduced providing
for the refunding of the $'200 eicess paid
by niuuy settlers in this section on the
so-called ruilroad laud, which is now
forfeited to the government. The bill
provides that the settler may take addi
tional land instead of the money, it so
desired. The only injustice in the mat
ter, so for as we are able to note, is that
the bill provides for the repayment to be
made to the present owners and not the
original holders of laud. This should be
corrected before the bill is allowed to
become a law.
A ( nl.
To my friends who have desired me
to be a coudidute for nomination by the
republicans of the seveuth judicial dis
trict, for prosecuting attorney, and to
others who may think that I will be
audi, I will say that I could unt accept
the nomination were it tendered me for
the ooining campaign. I am uot a candi
date. Very Uespt. Yours,
J. N. lillOWN.
Heppner, Or., Mer. 8, IU
lialey Will tin the ('hoiro uf the Iltuiociiits
Cndefc Certain (.'ircamHtannii.
While over at Pendleton rocently, ye
editor bad some talk with both demo
crats and republicans on the congres
sional question. It is likely that the
Umatilla county delegation of republi
cans will oome down to the state conven
tion for Eddy or Lensure, though Ellis
his a sharp sprinkling of friends in that
vicinity, who admire the good qualities
that he possesses for a successful, and
therefore desirable congressman. If no
chicanery is practiced, Mr. Ellis will
have a fuir show of a few delegates from
Umatilla, if not the seoond choice of the
EUould the republicans of Eastern Or.
Fail to agree on a man from their section,
the nomination will likely go to the "val
ley," which, however, we do not consider
likely, liut in that event, the demo
crats will no doubt show their good
sense bv nominating Hon. J. H. Ituley,
of Pendleton, as their candidate for con
gress. Mr. Knloy will make a hard race
under those oironmstances, and if not
eleo'ed, will make the big republican
mnjority in this district grow beauti
This is plain talk, but it is all facts,
It is well-known that for years past
Eastern Oregon has had little or no rep
resentation in congeBs. The representa
tive went to the valley, and Portland
ourricd off the senators term after term.
We, buuehgrussers, have been fairly we!
contented, even with the hind teat, but
the time is now at hand when we should
not be satisfied with anything abort of
direct representation in the halls of con
gress. There have been few complaints from
this quarter in the past, realizing, too,
that our senators and representative
have done very little for the much-de"
sired "open river." As fur as the rela
tions of the various sections are concern
ed, Portland and Eastern Oregon are on
the best terms, but apparent self-interest
has certainly caused much of Portland
oapital to place as many hindrances as
possible to the early opening of the
great Columbio to our farmers, stock
men, miners, merchants, etc. This is a
short-sighted policy, hb nuyoue oun see.
People up here are so independent
that party ties will not hold them when
it conies to a oontest between Mr. Kalcyi
of Eastern Oregon, nnd some valley re
publican. The former is a protection
democrat; in other words, "not demo
crut euongh to hurt," so fur ns our wool
interests lire concerned, nnd in addition
is an "open rivr" man.
We learned enough whilo at Pendle
ton to conclude that should Ellis re
ceive the nomination for congress, Mr
lialey, whom we deem to he the strong
Vst demoorat fu the field, will not accept
the nomination at the bauds of his par
ty. Htrong as he is, on equal footing
with u man like lion. W. E. Ellis, other
wise than the strong republican majority
against him, he would have little chance
of success. liut if it comes between a
vulley uiuii and Mr. Ituley, look for the
fur to liy.
The great American tragedienne bus
written the following note (or the bene
lit of her sex. It should move esneciul-
ly important when it is remembered that
mi cIiihs is so well informed on the suh-
jeot of which Hhe writes, ns profeHSionul
Now Vork, Aug. 11. Mr, Wisdom:
Hear Mir: Your Kobertine was highly
spoken of in .San EranciHoo and a iudy
friend induced me to try it. It is wry fine
anil is an excellent application for beau
tifying and whitening the face nnd hands.
The Itolierline powder is delightful,
Very truly, Fanny Danenpout.
I.KTI'lill I'liO.M (iOOSUIIIiltliV.
F.D. Uazkttr Through a recent issue
of your paper I notioe that it is your
purpose to devote some space to the
farming interests of this part of Oregon.
I am interested in farming iu this
country in the growth and develop
ment of Morrow oounty, and thus desire
to express my approval, in public, of
your most worthy undertaking.
Now wo might stop here, but I am too
well acquainted with the principles
which form Ike basis of any solid brauoh
of business to think for a motneut that a
newspaper can exist, thrive and flourish
without flnanoiul aid, any more than any
other business. "Muoh obliged" is brim-
full of courtesy, but it is of a cheap
character. It won't pny a printer's bills
any lnoro than it will buy a horse or a
plow. Now, while wo are none of us
Hindi," still we have enjoyed a season
of prosperity and can invest a few dol
lars in nu enterprise that will be of im
measurable value to ue.
It is useless to recount the disadvant
ages under which our country has la
bored since its earliest settlement as a
grain-farming country. Sparse settle
ment is the cotilrolliiig power that makes
or mars one's personal comfort.
The greatest evil that besets our fair
land is the inellieietit means of educa
tion. Our common schools are fairly good,
but might bo improved under more thor
ough, systematic management. With
the best school in the world, many of us
would slill be "crippled," for you will
note iu this thinly settled country many
of us have to send children from two
and a half to four miles. Should we
foster au enterprise that is endeavoring
to induce a healthy emigration to this
You, that have borne the yoke of dis
tant or no schools at all, answer this:
A dollar or two contributed to bucIi a
purpose will bring a bouuteous return.
The printing house is the best avenue
through which to reach better results,
therefore let us not give grudgiuglv
exercise the suino liberality that is man-1
ifcsted in other business projects. In1
tlie course of events, by iucreuseil settle- j
liietit, many a.lvKtilni'es cotiltl he enjoyed j
iuui touiiy io imrcly tuitik of is cstroiiiely
Olinuorii'iil. tlo into
Bpt'culntion for a
moment. With every quarter well tilled
this district would Btipport u small town
which would prove btmehVinl iu count
The Best Baking Powder
Is that of Dr. Price's Cream
with jrc-iter care nnd
pensive mstsrials, competent
nothing is left to chance
attniterant tatms this
Dr. Price';: C't. t 7
that it is
u n norm
is not on!
bein rrrach larger than
farther and do better work.
in the only baking powder that
less ways. We might have Btores, shops,
telegraph or telephone and railway con
nection with the balanoe of the world.
We might then enjoy social and religious
privileges that we can not dream of now.
We might have even improved mail
facilities. At present, our means of
communication is good, though a trifle
slow. It tukeB, we read, 70 hours from
Portland to Omaha, and it takes, we
know, more thun 76 hours from Heppner
to Gooseberry. Why this delay in a land
that boasts of its rapid transit and
prompt public service?
This is no reflection on any of t':e im
mediate representatives, for they are all
worthy gentlemen and are discharging
their onerous duties creditably, but
there surely is something rotten iu "Deu
mark" when it takes mail longer to
travel 21 miles than -it does to travel
2,100 miles. It would take pages to re
count the numerous benefits to be de
rived from a more complete settlement,
and in view of that fact it becomes us to
aid nnd abet every means that will reach
such results. No better means at nres-
ent is afforded than a liberal circulation
of your paper containing a review of the
farming interests of our locality. I pro
pose to offer you, sir, a practical testi
monial of my sincere approval. En
closed you will find addresses for fifty
copies, for which charge to my aocount,
$2.60. If each one interested will con
tribute his mite,I am sure the good work
will go on. There must be a Beed time
or no harvest. Accept my contribution
to your worthy endeavor.
Pardon me for intruding on your val
uable space, aud believe me, sir,
Your Sincere Friend,
A FltACTICAL Fabmeii.
Gooseberry, Or., March 7, 1892.
Several of our citizens state that they
felt a slight earthquake Monday morn.
O. S. Ebi has au addition to his fami
ly. The judge is doing as well as can
The large steam shovel used for re
moving snud was compelled to lav over
lust Monday night,
George 1). Fell was a passenger on
Monday's train homeward hound niter a
short stay m Portland.
Attorney A. A. Jayne aud L. O. Rals
ton were passengers on No. 1 Tuesday
morning bound for Portland.
Two Duiiish boys, uuuhle to speak a
word of English, arrived Saturday, en
route to Hans Trauslierg's at Hickleton.
Amougst the Morrow Co. visitors we
noticed O. S. Van Duyn nnd wife, Geo.
Mason, Frank Silbis, N. A. Leach and
wife aud J. (J. Armstrong.
J. A. Harnett and 0. Aliskey, two
Portland bagmen returned from the
back country Monday lust and were very
much pleased with their trip.
We understand that the old ware
bouses on the north side of the depot will
shortly bo pulled down by the U. P. who
intend bunding additional side tracks at
Indian Jim, nfter four days iu the citv
jnil for being drunk was released Suudny
much to his gratification. He found the
liquor in au empty saloon.
On the rood, will be here iu a day or
two, 200 suits of the finest clothing ever
brought to Heppner; tailor made; direct
from the East. Now boys, look out for
the oorreot tluug in spring styles,
L. b. Van
The hotel heretofore known ns the
Mountain House, one block from First
National bank iu lleppuer, Or. Con
tains parlor, diuiugruom, baggage room,
kitchen and 15 bed rooms; all rooms
furnished. For further particulars in
quire of tW-tf T. W. AviiKS.
liuhl, tho baker, lluv vour bread ami
cakes and save money. Try it. a.
Hardware? Yes, at Gilliam A llis
hee's, Main St., Heppner, Or. a.
Hue J. V. Cowins for Hock Sorim
cool. Leave orders at Gazette ollice. a
Minor Liroe. are now sellino- thinr nt
bed rock prices. For cash only. Hee
new sd. .,
Nails bv the car load ut Gilliom ,t ltia.
bee's. Grant oounty people will do well
to call on them. n
A fine lot of imported Shot Guns at
Thompson & Go's at hat tain nrices m
jobbers profits. a
Wanted More customers to linv oim,la
of tlie Heppner Furniture Co." Great
bariums tins spiiug. H,
i t :..i.....n.i -, , . .
m. uicint'iuiiui a co. nave just re
ceived a tine lot of ladies' kid, button
and tie shoes. At bottom prices. a
Frank H. Snow, Commissioner U. S.
v iiuiui teiin at ijexington, Or., is
authorized to receive fees for publication
of tiual proots. 114-tf.
For nil kinds of artists' materials,
paints, oils, varnishes, studies, orsvous
etc, go to S. O. Smith's. Mav streot.
The otily full hue in town. ' oUtf.
H. Ulnrkmnn & Co. lmve an pxuluslve
General Mi)rolmiiilie store. Stockmen
eumiot ilo bettor tliau natroni II
I Hhictmun .i. 1 nf It ,......-' i: '
Brick. '' '
tiled timber-culture or
pre-emption claims on railroad land
l!Niorli cnu recover their
Applying to Frank II. Snow, V. S. Com
misBioner, at Lexington. Brim: your
riccuir.cy, irovti p.ner
i or other
".ent of ail
ceononrcal because of
reason or us
greater bulk, the cans
kina; it vul go
Ii never disappoints. Dr. Price;;
contains the whites of eggs.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COl'N
X ty of .Morrow, state of Oregon.
..... ......a,, .,iuilKHKe
Company, of Scotland,
Wm. L. Donaldson and
Jmry c. Donaldson.
Charles H. Hudson
and V. L. Donaldson.
To Wm. I, Donaldson. Mary C. Donaldson,
Charles If. Hudson aud W. L. Donaldson, de
Icudanls. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREOON.
ton nru Hereby required to appear and answer
v i 1 ' "'en uk'uohi you in the ahove en
titled cause on or before the first day of the next
regular term of said court, to-wit: on or before
.Monday, the 2th clav of March. WB nml If vn
full bo to answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
..... J' f? c" - ns'miBL uiti BaiU 1 111. L. OOU-
miH a,1,K,uMa7 c- IJo"ald8on for the sum of
u,tuill, u. h. sold coin, with interest thereon at
the rate of 8 percent, per annum from Jan. aith,
1M-, until paid; and the sum of 100 attorney's
lees, and for its costs and disbursements of this
cause. And attains! all of the above nanieil ile
lemlallts lor the foreclosure of a certain inortg.
executed by the said Wm. L. Donaldson anil
-Mary c. Donaldson, in favor of plaintilf, bearing
date, Aug. ;lo, 1W7, and recorded in hook C, page
:i, el nrqui, record of mortgages for Morrow coun
ty, Oregon, conveying theSE'4 of section 12, in
township one, north, of range 21 east, VV. M.;
f".r ""ch further relief us is demanded in
And defendants are further notified that this
summons is served by publication by order of
. L. limdslmw, Judge of said circuit court,
(luted at 1 lie Dalles, Oregon, this 2'Jth day of
Jauy.isw. j.n. brown;
Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, for the County of Morrow.
T. J. Owens, I'llt. i
M. K. Owens, 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'iti. tiled In the above entitled court
and suit against you on or before the tlrstday of
the next term of said court, to-wit : the 2xth day of
March, ism. Deft, will take notice that if she
fails to appear or answer, the I'll!', will take a
decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between I'tlf. and Deft., and for the
care and custody of Thomas Cleveland Owens
Deft " ow,!"8' mi"or children of rill, and
Tills sunimoiiB is published by orderof Hon
Judge Bradshaw, Judge of the 7tll Judicial Ills
tnct of the state of Oregon.
Dated loth February, 1S'J2. O. W. REA
(-7U- PHI. "a Attorney.
NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE.
U. S. Land Office, La Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 18112.
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this ortice by John Kenny against John
Reynolds for failure to comply with law as to
limber-Culture Entry No. 2PM dated May S
lass, upon the SE'4 of NE; N)J of HKtt and
. ol Section 15, Township :t s, Range 28
1'., . M., iu Morrow Countv, Oregon, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry; contest
ant alleging that said John Reynolds never
i-u in e acres me nrst year, never plowed
live acres the second year, never cultivated any
portion ol it at any time, and never planted any
ol It or caused it to be done; the said parties arc
neieu) summoned to appear at the utiles of J.
u . Morrow iu Heppner, Oregon, on the 21st day
ol March, Mil, at one o'clock P. M to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said alleged
lailure. 'lobe used at the final hearine at. this
ollice, April 11, Ism. It is further ordered that
una nonce oe served oy publication lor six con
secutive weeks in the Heppner Gazctto and by
posting upon land as in U. S. Land cases.
l'1-ti'J. A. C. McCi.eli.ani, Receiver.
U. S. Land Office, La Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 1892.
CIOM PLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
J this Ollice by John Kenny against ltyron
Nirver for failure to comply with law as to
'1 imber-Ciilture Entry No. 21H7 dated April 21,
ls, upon theE'j of SWV: SV! of SE) ami
sh'4 oi NW'4 Section 2li, 'lownsliip, 3 8, Range
28 E. V. M., in Morrow County, Oregon, with a
view to the cancellation of said entrv; contest
ant alleging that said Byron San er d'ld not the
lirst or second year, plow or fence any of said
tract, and has not at anv time Dloui.il f,w.,l
cultivated or planted any of said tract or caused
n 10 oeuoue; oie siuil parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at the ollioe of .1. W. Mnrrnw
at Heppner, Oregon, on the 21st dav of .March.
IS',12, at ;i o'clock. P. M.. to resnond and fiirnlyh
testimony concerning said alleged failure. To
oe useo at the tmal hearing at tins olhce, April
11, mi. It is further ordered that tills notice he
served by publication In tho Heppner Gazette
for six consecutive weeks and by posting upon
tlie land as ill U. S. land eases.
M-ti.h A. C. McClelland, Receiver.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Ollice at The Dalles, Or., Feb. 27, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler lias lited notice ol hts intention to
make dual proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, at Heppner,
Oregon, on Ajiril l. 1892, viz;
ALBERT T. WOOD,
U.S. No. l.a',0 ir the NE'4 NV, W'i Nl
Ntt'l, SKI. Sec' 12. To 1 S. K ':( K. W M
lie names the follow iug witnesses to prove his
i.'i,.n,u,MiB it-suieuce upon, uuu cuiovanoll 01,
said laud, viz:
George W. Miller, Charles B.Cochran, Hiram M.
'1 honiton. James W. Redturd, all of lone, Mor
row Co. Or.
John W. Lewis,
'VOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i. annual ineetiuB of the Morrow County
l.aiul A 't rust Company will be held at the of-tn-eolthe
company in Heppner, Oronon, on
Saturday, March 1J, IKirj, at 7 p. in., for the pur
pose of electing oiticers for tlie ensuing year,
and traiiKactiiui of such other business as may
come before the meeting. T. E. Kau,,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDER.
VOTICE IStlEliEBYMVEXTHAT A MEET
1 iusoi the stockholders of The Palace Hotel
l o. win be held in the ollice of the First Nation
al Hank, on Saturday, March TJ. IM2, at 1 oYUa-k,
p. m. I he object of tlie meeting is to adopt by
law s and attend to such other business as uiay
be brought before tlie meeting at this time.
J. W. Moaaow,
E. THE rNPKKSUiNEP, HAVE FORM
' ed a co-partnership under tho firm name
of J. A. oolery A Co., for tiie purpose of carry
ing on .general merchandising at Hardman aud
lone, Morrow Co., Oresotl. All accounts due
.'. A. oolery on the old books are pavable to
htm, but w ill be received bv the new tiria and
properly receipted tor. I hose ow ing are re
ituestcd lo settle up immediately.
J. A. Woot.KRV,
E. s. Cox,
S. W. All.lMS.
Iu tlio last Issue of the piinor, I published ft
nnti.'e askiiiK for sealed mas for the appoint
ment of sto. k inspeetor, and having since ob
tained lentil adviee in the matter, I tind the law
u ill not diintaiu me in this notion. I therefore
by this notice. ithdraw the previous one, and
tlie eourt ill jiroi-eed to appoint the stoek in
seetor as heretofore. Jturs Kkitiii.y,
t-lt. County Judiftf.
Lnuies' ami ohikireu'a gboea a special
ty aud at bedrock prices at
C. S. Van Duyn's.
In it for the year '92. No
Post Hay or Wooden Barley
here. All horaea groomed
and fed in the proper man
ner. Feed for sale. Good
oorral and Free camp house.
Horses to bay 75o per span
per day. 'Bub runs to and
from trains night or day.
SARGENT & DRISKELL,
lower feed yard
Main street, Heppner.
Something New !
I HAVE in stock a lot of blllianl supplioi
which I will be pleased to furnish those need
ing the same at reasonable figures. Am also
prepared to repair tables.
Give me a chance when you need anything of
Corn Meal !
HAVING purchased machinery for grinding
Corn Meal, we invite allbur patroim to
bring in their corn and get in return a superior
IIEl'PNEll FLOURING MILL COMPANY,
05-tf. T. W. AVERS. SR., Manager.
Grant COUutv nn th filHt Frlr
buy provisions cheaper than anywhere else.
eans 7c $ lb
Kacon . 15 "
stock Salt 2 "
Klour 3 "
Potatoes 2 "
Fruit .'.'.'..,12 "
Canned fruit in proportion.
06-71 Anstin station, Grant Co., Or.
ine Meonner Furniture Co 'a a.) tiat
weeK lor anei'iai naro-aiiiN "u-n i.ar a..
of furniture are stored In our warehouse.
Look lor prices next week.
NOTICE. TIMBER CULTURE.
U. 8. Land Omen, La Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 1892.
C10MPLA1NT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this Ollice by John Kenny against William
Plin lor failure to comply with law as fo Timber
Culture Entry No. lfailidated February 16, lsa5
upon the E'iof SEV; N'Hof SE'i and NE"i
of MV. Section 14, Township 3 S, Range 2S E
W. M., in Morrow County, Oregon, with a view
to the cancellation ol said entrv: contestant
alleging that said William Plin never cultivated
or fenced any portion of said tract, never plant
ed any trees, seeds, or cuttings on any part of it,
or caused the same to be done; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at the office of
J. Vt . -Morrow, at Heppner, .Morrow Co., Oregon,
on the iilst day of March, lsw, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to resoond and furnish tcstimonvconeerning
said alleged failure. To be used at this office at
the final hearing April 11, lsirj. It Is further
oruereu uiai tins notice De served by publica
tion for six consecutive weeks in the Heppner
uiw.enc, ano oj posting on lauu as in L. b. land
oases. a. C. McClelland,
V. 8. Land Offiee. The Dalles. Oregon, Jan. 28 '92.
COMPLAINT HAVING BKEN ENTERED AT
this omce by J, B. Hunt, Heppner, Oregon,
Hgnlnst V. B. 1 nninhanie lor almndoniiifr his
homestead entrv No . 71. dated Knv i-iMT
upon the NWl, section 17th, township 3 8 range
26 E. in Morrow county, Oregon, with a view to
the cancellation ot said entrv: tlie said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this offiee on
the 2th day of March, iwj. at 10 o'clock a. m
to resjioiid and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment. J YV. Morrow
coiiiity clerk, is authorised to take testimony in
this case at his ollice in Heppner, at 10 a. m
March luth.-lss'J. JoHx. W. Lewis
Oavawt Horses W'antkd. Those
who have sound horaes, weighing from
1,000 to 1,200 pounds, in color black
brown or gray, can end sale for them by
oalling on E. Q. Sperry at the Belvedere
saloon. Fifty head wanted immedi
REEF YOUR EYE
Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
IIEPFNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY.
T. W. A YJ3RS. Sr., Manager.
Successor to 8. C. Smith. J
STREET FURNITURE STORE!
They have more room,
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 hold 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.
WE HAVE GOT 11 !
A full itock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Steam Fixtures,
aud Ammunition, Rlacltmniths Coal, Iron and Steel, Agricultural Imple
ments, Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, Buckboards, Carts, Etc., Etc.
W. A. KIRK.
Saddles, HaJness, Whips, Spurs, and every Conceivable
Article kept in a First Class Harness Shop.
Repairing tx !Si)eolnlty !
Go to their store for the Improved WHITE SEWING MACHINE. Warranted for
five years. Don't buy elsewhere till you examine their machines and
get cash prices.
MAIN STREET, - . 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 feetf"
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.,
IVItiln street. Hopimer, or.
New Warehouse !
TTENRY HEPPNER IS HAVING CONSTRUCTED AT
" Heppner a capacious Warehouse 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
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 lleasonable Price.
Leave your orders at the Gazette Office.
J. W. COWINS, Heppner, Or.
t can see the Grand Rush for Bar
gains down at
more goods and consequently
than Ever Before.
T. H. BISBEE
J. 0. HATES