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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. j
At lb- roiiir-st nf frii"..l I hor.'l.v noiiomioi
nval'll ru (iKial i- Iit i'im.ii. irmuiiiT, n.il'jei"
to'ilie ilii Wcni ol the npublli'Hii tio.i.luuu
Having been importuned to run for eoinniis
ioner, 1 have decWed to do no, and hereby an
nounce inyrelf, aubject to ttie decision of the
republican nominating convention.
K D, N. HabdmaK.
At the earnest solicitation of manv friends, 1
hereby announce myself as a candidate for rep
resentative, subject to the decision of the repub
lican nominating convention.
J. F. Willis.
At the request of many friends, I announce
myself as a candidate for the oitice of bheritf
If. C. Oay.
Through the solicitation of frit-wls, I herein
annum ce mj sell a crtjulidnte lor the o'lice o.
aKbeuBor, Subjici to ilie i1cci3ii),i ot the coLiiay
djuiocratlc convention, Apr. II, Krj.
J. J. Roberts.
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
T.O.Aubrey respectfully asks the people of
the county lor the superinUjndeucy.
Tbe old Boldiers will hold their statt
encumpueut at Pendleton next year.
Thk Reoord crime out yesterday with a
six column, eithtpag6 editinu, half
Tbe Eight Mile people are talking
Hod. Frank Snow, of Lexington, for rep
resentative and Mr. King, of lone, for
The rtpnrl in btiig i-pund Hint tin
firgulatur and DniU-s City , a mil aa tin
new portage road, huve bem sold to the
Uuiou Pacific;. There is uo foundation
whatever for such report,
Advertisehh will please note the faot
that those who help the urint shop
usually get their money's worth in re
turn, and more, too. Reciprocity, from h
business point of view, is a practical
thing, and is followed to the letter by
the Gazette. However, space is like gro
ceries, nails, dry goods, eto., the more of
it and the oftener yon buy, 'lie greater
the cost. Enoh iasno of tho Uiizette
reaches more subscribers than the pre
vious one, and who will say that this is
not a point in favor of the advertisers'!
The more readeis the hotter the seivice.
Tub American Protective Tariff Leugue
has just it-cued a new campaign Text
Book for 1892. It is entitled "American
Tariffs Irom 1 lymouth Rook to McKiu.
ley." This little book of one hundred
pages is perhaps the most complete oriel
preseutaiiou of the benefits of protection
and rccipiocity yet printed and will be
emt to any udilnm for 10 cents. In
oideiiig pirate say, "Htnd me No. 52."
This is the catalogue number of the doc
ument. Address Wilbur F. WnkPtmin,
Giu'l Ktc'y. No. 135 West 23rd Ht New
Abunoion has an active board of
trade. Their circular, of which wc ac
knowledge receipt, says: "We need an
open river. We need cheaper freight
rates. We need better rosds. We need
more recognition by the general govern
ment. We need a gristmill. We nied
better ednrntionnl facilities. In a word,
we need the country building up. To
obtaiu all these, we need the oo opera
tion of each and every man in Eastern
Oregon. IN UNION THERE IS
(STRENGTH." This is the Gstette's
idea of the matter, und explains why wi
are making an ixirn i flint to get the
country's "best foot fori moat."
Ol'B farmer patrons are enfor that Ibeii
country Khali hare a showing, and art
willii g to help the lienppni oi that fnrn
ishts that sort of service. The Onzattr
is making moves m this direction at a
gn at expense something that h'lsnevet
been undertaken liy auy paper in the
Northwest. We will have imitators no
end of tin in, till it becomes an estab
lished fact that it lakes a oash outlay to
represent the country, and that tbe re
turns, though thoy might be ever so lib
eral from a public point of view, will not
ever balance thetxpi ndituie. Hut then,
there are lndiieet bent fits, and if the re
paid dotFn't ci me hete, we hope to gel
a (nihil share of it in the nixt world,
at) Low. Hut let that be as ltiniu.
tveiy faituer in Ibis comity mil have an
epl (Ktmiity to be hen id. This will ot".
tamly induce a healthy emigration to
help pay taxes ami improve lh country
And, ton, these newcomers will help our
business men. Don't you see, this is
a world of reoiprocily, and that the
Uaxatte does not content itself with the
bind tent, eveu if it is a sugar one.
Sccckssful Test, Mr. A. (1. Long
having arrived Wednesday evening, yes
terday a successful test ol thit uew ap
paratus was made. The ladders will
reach to the tcp of Ueppner's highest
building, which, with the rubber bucket
fur water, and the futir six-gallun Rib
cocks pretty well protected the lotvn.
Abonhieof dry barrels and boxes, sat
niatid with coal oil, was t xtmgniahi d
thtough tbe use of two ot the Hi. Decks,
and eveu belote they were half ex
hausted. A Vi-ry thorough test was madi
late last evetm.g, thu Bibcocks briny
again oalled into une- 't he city has ac
Cfpied her new ontllt, feeling that the
money baa beeu well invented.
Hkitner's Hook akd Ladder Co
Last Tuesday Heppner organized its
first fire organization, Heppner Hook A
Ladder Co., No. 1. It is officered as fol
lows: tieorge Conser, president; Cleorge
Thornton, secretary; Frank Uilliam.
treasurer; Homer McKarland, fureiiian;
Ijoii iMailoek, li st awi-tunl ; V H. Put
ter, t-i-cv i-o loihiel.iiit ; S. 1'. tiwiri.uiM,
oliaphtm. Itstaits witli a inemhcrahin
ot hfly, and will i!i ill for iff olive work.
The company will meet i.ext Monda)
Ooviku Towahus Monitow. We ac
knowledge a pleusuut call from Joel
Oroome, Wm. liooher, C. M Rooher and
W. J. Kerr last Saturday. The two last
named persons have just come out from
Missouri, and report eighteen mote ol
their neighbors on the rotd. Morrow
oounty wtloomes them, lu this counec-
tm (M maV lh.il "Vluoam fir., .......
and Wm. Booher have spent thewinleri
lu "oie MuMoury," the latter briugiug a ;
A VISIT TO DR. JJA8HIN.
Irani the Orcgonlan.
A visit to ttie office of Dr. Darrin is
prfaiuly a curiosity ns well as a wonder.
P lenis are carried in one day, and after
,r wiek'a tim-, instead of being carried
tuere (hey walk in ns sprit htly as young
bojs. What there is about the Doctor
is certainly mysterious, for he has per
formed most remarkable cures, the
testimonials we have heretofore publish
ed have proved. Any one afflicted, who
has not visited this famous physioiao
should not lose the opportunity to do so
His offices are found at 70 Washing
ton street, Poitlaud. Ollice hoars 10 to
!i daily ; evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to
12. Consultation free and charges rea
sonable and at half their former prices.
He makes a specialty of diseases of the
eye, ear, rinse and throat, and all nervous,
chronic and priva'e ilioeases, and will
under uu oiiciimstauoi s takes cane he
cannot cure or benefit.. Cures of private
diseases guaranteed aud never published
in the papers. Most cases can receive
home treatment after a visit to the doc
tors office. Question blanks and circu
lars sent free. The following references
Dr. Darriu oured by electrici'y proves
the above remarks to be true:
E. D. Pieice, Albina, Or, deafness 15
8. F. Huskinson, Fort lilakely, Wash.,
sciatic rheumatism, cured.
Joseph Leader, Taylor, Oregon, total
deafness 6 years, cured.
L. M. Commons, Russell St., Albina,
Or., sciatic rheumatism and lumbago,
A. L. Richardson. 320 Front street,
Portland, deafness 20 ) ears and ringing
noises in the head, restored.
Mis. J. M. Dickey, Sheridan, Oregon,
oured of a cancerous growth and scrof
ulous affection of the mouth and cheek.
FHATKHNAL NOTES FROM HALE'S ItlWiK.
Ed. Gazette : Without pressing claim
to Bpace in your paper through the old,
time-worn channel of "having been for
years a reader" of our valuable paper,
I note pasoing events believing that if
my article possesses auy merit you will
publish it, as you have always shown a
disposition to recognize our oountry it
we would only come half way. No, 1
am not giving yon "tally," and neither
am I some old maid, fishing for a hus
band, for if I ere there would be no
chance for yon, hern.
The prospect is line for orops. Every
body is busy seeding and harrowing and
preparing for what we are almost sure to
have the beat orop ever raised in the
bunchgrnss country. All this oountry
needs is another good crop aud a grand
transformation will follow, if you ever
have passed through our oountry you
have noticed almost an entire absence of
the fine buildings usually seen in farming
countries. Tbe story is brief. Most of
our people came in here less than ten
years ago, and many of them with noth
or less llinu that.
At the present time, while we don't
put on much style, wo all huve comfort
able, though not enlirely piaturesque
homes, and Bre well clothed, well fed,
fairly prosperous and contented. There
is another redeeming featute, we are re
markably free from debt.
There are several social organizations,
uaintlj : The Idea Grange, with a good
membership is uu institution which is a
a nroe ot pleasure and profit combined.
The Hale Kidgo (Sunday school, under
the silpeiiulendency of A. IT. Hooker, is
thriving aud then there is the bachelor's
Club. Nuw you won't tell, if I tell you.
will jou? Well the bachelors have or
ganized into h society, for their better
protection against the war that will be
wageil ti:ainst thein during this leap
year of our Lord. The organization at
a noent mei tiug elected Ed, Rood, Pres.;
Hcmnu Caldwell, Vice Pres. J Chas.
Repass, Treas.; Jas. Iuskeep, 8eo'y;
Herman Meiesncr, Our. Scc'y and Albert
Lovgreeu, Lookout. The balance of tbe
charter members are Perry Hams, J.
W. Allstott, Clans Johnson, Cbns. Ingra
hani, Andrew Hams, Mr. Craddick, Jones
Brothers, A. W. and J. M. baling.
Though the order has been in netive
operation fur some time, this is the first
public notice of it. Their deliberations
have been screened heretofore by closed
doors. Recently an event occurred which
should be made public, therefore wo beg
Home trouble has existed from time to
lime and charges were two or three times
preferred against one of our charter
members. Au examination proved that
the culprit was guilty and he was duly
tispsended. At tne next meetiug oue ol
the tender hearted members made b
motion to rein-date the penitent one.
After this full and free pardon was given,
there was another breach of etiquette
against the order, if anything, worse
than tbe fi-st.
Last Sunday was a busy day at tbe
Club aud the afore-mentioned refractory
member w as arraigned. The culprit was
tried by a competent jury of his peers
and found guilty of paving his respects
to the ladies "contrary to by-laws made
and provided." He was therefore dis
inissel permanently. It was no use they
said, for to use the language of oue of
ti e most staunch supporters of the club,
"You might as well try to keep a nigger
away from a watermelon patch on a
cloudy night, as to try to keep Chas.
Ingrabam away from the girls."
Several petitions were read from young
men in this and ndj lining neighborhoods
lint were rejected on ground of their
he.ng too young and uniruslworlhy.
The mxt feature was the arraignment
of another member, who recently came
iuto uur midst bearing excellent testi
monials aud unmistakable symptoms of
being " chronic old bachelor.
Hardly bad be been duly installed
until charges, sernnti olurges were pre
ferred against him.
lie was charged with calling on
"widder" aud letting' au orphan boy ride
wj,, llim ..,tlli,v or Eot uii,vr
"Guilty," said a low voice that was fuil
ii'i ling aud tobacco juice. "Cau you
show cau.e why just soutence should uot
Hot Griddle Cakes.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder possesses a peculiar
merit not approached by that of any other baking powder.
It produces the hot buckwheat, Indian or wheat cakes, hot
biscuit, doughnuts, waffles or muffins. Any of these tasteful
things may be eaten when hot with impunity by persons of
the most delicate digestive organs. Dr. Price's Cream Bak
ing Powder leavens without firmentation or decomposition.
In its preparation none but the purest of cream of tartar, so
da, etc. is used, and in such exact equivalents as to always
guarantee a perfectly neutral result, thereby giving the natu
ral and sweet flavor peculiar to buckwheat and other flour
that may be used, the natural flavor so much desired and ap
preciated by all. The oldest patrons of Dr. Prices powder tell
the story, that they can never get the same results from any
other leavening agent, that their griddle cakes, biscuits, etc.
are never so light and never taste so sweet or so good as
when raised with Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder.
$1 II 1 1 tl 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M.I Ml 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ul 1 1 M M.M 1 1 1 II 1 1 1
be passed upon you?" He said, "Gen
tlemen, p'r'aps not, if I have violated
your law, my life shall pay tbe forfeit,
but when you in your writings my mis
deeds relate speak of me as I am ; then
you must speak of one who over thirty
five years ago was needy and received
care and attention from a widow. The
widow kept a boarding house and sus
tained it by weaving rag oarpet at four
teen ceots a yard. She had a houee full.
Five other little boarders but she trust
ed in tho loom.
"She was kind and good and mother
ly. The struggle for existence was a
bard one and her boarders often wore
pntched garments but they were warm
as the kind heart that furnished them.
She bus passed from the scene of looms,
of privation and of suffering. She is
past any aid or honor we can bestow on
her unless it be to twine a flower of love
around her memory.
"You may thus better see why I have
a 'bankerin' for widows, and gentlemen
you can do me no higher honor than to
charge me with being friendly to widows
and orphans, I am ready for the block"
off went his head.
"EVEBY NOW AND THKN."
Hale's Ridge, Or. Mar. 8, '02,
Council's Doinos. At their regular
meeting last Monday evening, Wm.
Ruark's bond for liquor license was ac
cepted. Bond of Treasurer Sloouiu was
ordered raised from $1,000 to $5,000.
The petition to change hack licenses
from quarterly to yearly payment was
referred to the committee on ordinances.
Bills allowed: J. I!. Sperry, A. Wright,
G. W. Rea, A. W. Patterson aud Chas.
Sheldon, S3 each; J. W.Rasmus, $G0;
Mountain House, &1.'0; W. J. Leezer,
$oo0; A. A. Roberts, $16 CG; Harry
Phillips, $100; Fence ordered built on
Brewery bluff, parallel with exoavatiou,
to prevent accidents.
Ou the road, will be here in a day or
two, 200 suits of tbe finest clothing ever
brought to Heppner; tailor made; direot
from the East. Now boys, look out for
tbe correct thing in spring styles.
C. S. Van Duyn.
Ruhl, the baker. Buy your bread and
oakes aud save money. Try it. a.
Hardware? Yes, at Gilliam A liis
bee's, Main Ht., Heppner, Or. a.
See J. W. Cowins for Rock Springs
coal. Leave orders at Unzette ottice. a
Minor Bros, are now selling flour at
bed rock prices. For cash only. See
new ad. a
Nails by the oar load at Gilliam & Bis
bee's. Grant county people will do well
to call 011 them. n,
A fine lot of imported Shot Guns nt
Thompson ft Go's at hurgaiu prices, no
Wanted More customers to buy goods
of the Ileppuer Furniture Co." Great
bargains this spnng. a
M. Lii'hteiitbnl A- Co. have iust :
ceived a fine lot of ladies' kid, button
and tie stuies. At oottoni prices. a
Frank II. Snow, Commissioner U. S.
Circuit Court at Lexington, Or., is
authorized to rcoeive fees for publication
of final proots. 414- tf .
For all kinds of artists' materials,
paints, oils, varnishes, studies, oruyons
etc , go to S. O. Smith's, May street.
The only full line in town. GO-tf.
Settlers who filed timber-culture or
pre-emption claims ou railroad land in
18N3 or 1S.S7 cau reouver their fees by
applying to Frank H. Snow, U. S. Com
missioner, nt Lexington. Ifnng vonr
filing reoeipt. -tl-r-tf.
Dr. Gngen visited Lone Rock this
week to attend the daughter of Jas.
Born Near Heppner, March 10th, to
the wife of Cbss. Elder, a girl.
F. G. Buckuum's cheering connteu
auoe is seen in our midst.
Henry E. Sleeper, representing "Once
a Week," the greatest of illustrated
papers, is lu the city.
W. A. Kirk returned last eve from
Billy Jones is over fiotu Malheur.
Ladies' and children's shoos a special
ly ana at nedroon prices at
An ivory umbrella handle between my
ranoh aud Heppner Finder will be
liberally regarded by leaving tbe same
at the Gazette otfice or at my plaoe.
63-tt YL liuaBE.
1 II M I II IIM1M frill I M4 l-l 1 1 1 MM'I
It" yet. I 2
:fl 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I M I I H UM M l I I'M I lIS
IN THE CJRCCIT COURT FOR THE COVN
ty of Morrow, State of Oregon.
The American MortKnuel
Cnmriiuiv of Ki-mtIhihI. I
AVln. L. Donaldson and
Mary (J. Donaldson,
CliiilieH If. Hudson
and W. L. Donaldson,
To Wm. I.. DonalilKon, Mary C. Donaldson,
Cliarles H. Hudson and W. L. Donaldson, de
fendants. IN Til K NAME OF TnE STATE OF ORKflOX,
Yon are hereliy reonirod to appear and answer
tin: complaint riled HKiiinHt you in the above en
titled eimse on or hetorc the first day of the next
ri'trulur term of said court, to-wlt: on or before
.Monday, the th day of .March. i'J2. and If von
full so to answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
w in iiiku juotoiieni ufliiihKl the sum ni. L.. Don
aldson and Marv I'. Donaldson for the Sinn of
iiiw.l)li, 0. H. Kol.l coin, with Interest thereon nt
the rate of a per cent, pertmnmn from Jan. '20th,
ift-., until pain; aim tne sain 01 mo attorney s
fees, and for Its costs and disbursements of tfiis
cause. And asoiinst till of the above named de
I'eiidants for the I'oreeloHtire of a certain morUl.
executed by the said Win. L. DoiialdHOn and
Mary C. Donaldaon, in favorof pluintilt', bearing
date, Auk. 1SS7, and recorded in book G, page
il7 et mini, record of mortgages lor Morrow coun
ty. Oregon, conveyim: the SKI4 of section l'-l, in
township one. north, of range 24 east, W. M.;
and for such further relief as is demanded in
plaiatill' s complaint.
And defendants are further notified that this
Bumiuons Is served by publication by order of
V. I.. Hrtidfdiaw, Judfje of said circuit court,
dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this 2!'th day of
Jan'v, 1WI2. J. N. BKOWN,
05 70 Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE CI Iter IT COURT OF THK STATE OF
Oregon, for the County of Morrow.
T. J. Owens, PHI. 1
M. E. Owens, Deft.)
To M. E.'Owens, the above-named Deft.:
In the name mf the State of Oregon you are
hereby reoMired to appear and answer the eom
plalntof 1'ltt. riled In the above entitled court
and salt against you on or before the first dav of
the next term ol said court, to-wit: the 2Xth day of
March, s:'J. Deft, will take notice that If sho
falls to appear or answer, the 1'Ilf. w ill take a
decree dlHHolviiiK the bonds of matrimony now
existing between 1111'. and Deft., and for the
cure luul custody of Thomas Cleveland Owens
and Flora Owens, minor children of Pill', and
Tills summons is published bv order of Hon.
Judge llrudsliaw, Judge 01 the 7th judicial ills-
Irlct of the State of Oregon.
Dated loth February, 1!I2. O. W. REA,
iil-71. Plir.'B Attorney.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Und Office at The Dalles. Or., Feb. 27, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that the follou-fmr-nAm-
ed settler has tiled notice of his intention to
niaite anal prooi m support ot his claim, and
that said proof will ba made before the Coontv
Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, at Hepuuer,
Oregon, on April l.", lh:i2, viz:
Al.Iiil.Kl 1. VtUUlJ,
U.S. No. 4500 for the NE'-i N'!, Wu KV.'t.
NW'4 si;'.t, Sec 1 Tp 1 H, K 2:1 E, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence- upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
tieorge W. Miller. Charles B. Cochran. HlramM.
Thornton. James YV. Kedlord, all of lone, Mor
John W. I.rwis,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
hand Office at I.a CJrande, Or., March 1812.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to
make Until proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made beforo the County
clerk of Morrow county, at Heppner, Or., ou
April hi. 1S'J2, viz:
CHARLES H. MANN,
ltd. No. .:l:in for the Hi NW Sec 4 and HE'i
Nr.', niid lot 1 Sec S, Tp 3 S, R 2D E, W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said laud, viz:
Nelson Jones, of Heppner, Oregon, Jerry Rros
miii, A. J. Cook, H. Tibbett, of Lena, Oregon.
Or. A. CI.KAVKR,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Ottice at I.a Grande. Or., March 7, 1S'J2.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has riled notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support ol his claim, and
Mint said proof will be made before W. R.
Ellis. Com. I'.s. Circuit Court, at Heppner, Or.,
on .May 2, 1SH2, viz.:
GEulKiE W. THOMPSON.
Hit. No. ;i,Ml, for the N' Sec , Tp 1 S, R 27
E V M. Charles Nelson take notice.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion oi
said land, viz:
S. N. Morgan, Austin Gentry, Joseph Rector
iitui William Doonau, all ol Heppner, Or.
tvi) -ISO a. Cleaver, Kkoistrr.
A Warnine- Don't Use Big Words.
In promulgating esoteric cogitations or
articulating superficial sentimentalities
and philosophical or psychological ob
servations, bewure of platitudinous pon
derosity. Let yonr statements possess a
clarified conciseness, compacted oompre-
uersioletiess, ooalescent consistency and
a ooncentruted cogency, Eschew all
conglomerations of tiatuleut garrulity,
jejuue babblement and asinine affecta
tions, in trying to impress upon others
the superiority of the tt'isoousin Central
Lilies, and why you and so manv others
use this thoroughfare from St. Faul and
Minneapolis and Dulutb and Ashland to
Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and
south, it is not necessary to use jaw-
hteakeis. Let your extern poraueous
desciintings and unpremeditated exps-
tiatioua have intelligibility aud vera
cious vivacity, without rhodomoutaite or
tlirit8onicnl bombast. Sedulously avoid
all polysyllabic profundity, psittaceous
vacuity, veutriloqiial verbosity and
vaudihumettt vapidity, shun double eu-
teudres, prurient jocosity and pestiferous
profanity, obsenrent or apparent. In
other words talk plainly, naturally, sen
sibly aud truthfully say the Wisconsin
Cent rid Lines is THU BOI'TE, and that
suds it. 465tf.
If you want the correct thing in cents'
hats, latest New York novelties, call on
C. S. Van Duyn.
In it for the year '92. No
Post Hay or Wooden Barley
here. All horses groomed
and fed in the proper man
ner. Feed for sale. Good
corial and Free camp house.
Horses to bay 75o per span
per day. 'Bus runs to and
from trains night or day.
SARGENT k DRISKELL,
LOWER FEED YARD
Main street, Heppner.
Something New !
I HAVE in Btock a lot of billiard auppliei
which I will be pleased to furniHh those need
ing the same at nmsonatjle figures. Am alio
prepared to repair tables.
Hive me a chance when you need anything of
6o-tf. Heppner, Oregon.
Corn Meal !
HAVING purchased machinery for grinding
Corn Meal, we invite all our patrons to
brine in their corn and get in return a Buperior
HEPPNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY,
65-tf. T. W. Aters. Sr., Mauager.
TO ALL SHEEPMEN COMING INTO
Grant county on tho Middle Fork: Can
buy provisions cheaper than anywhere else.
Beans 7e ft
Bacon 15 '
Stock Salt 2 "
Flour 3 '
Potatoes 2 '
Fruit 12 '
Canned fruit in proportion.
66-71 Austin station, Grant Co., Or,
fn The Heppner Furniture Co, 'a ad. next
7 week lor special bargains. Two car loads
01 turnmire are stored in our warehouse.
Look for prices next week.
NOTICE. -TIMBER CULTURE.
V. S. Land Office, La Grande, Or., Feb. 2, 1892.
pOMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
j tnis umce by Joiin Kenny against illiam
Plin for failure to comply with law as to Timber
Culture Entry No. ir63dHted February lfi, 1S86,
upon the K of SEV; NWi, of SK'-i and NE4
of HWW Section 14, Township i 8, Range 28 K.
W, M.,ln Morrow County, Oregon, with a view
to the cancellation of said entry: 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 Baid parties
are hereby summoned to appear at the ottice of
J. W. Morrow, at Heppner, Morrow Co., Oregon,
on the 2lst day of March, IW.', at 10 o'clock A.
M., toresnond and furnish teatimonv concerning
tid alleged failure. To be used at this orliee at
( the final hearing April U, lhW. It is further
oruereu mat mis nonce do served by publica
tion for six consecutive weeks in the Heppner
uneuc, ttiiu uj tmBUiig uu iana as in i. e. laiia
A. C. McClelland.
U. 8. land Office. The Dalles, Oregon, Jan. 23 '92.
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
this ottice by J. B. Hunt, Heppner. Oregon,
against W. B. Cuninghame for abandoning his
homestead entry No. dated Nov. '2St 1S7,
upon the NW section 17th, township 3 S range
X E, in Morrow county. Oregon, with a view to
the cancellation of said entrv; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this office on
the Ath day of March. lSW, at 10 o'clock a. rn.,
to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment. J W. Morrow,
county clerk, is authorized to take testimony in
this case at his otlice iu Heppner, at 10 a. m ,
March wth, Isttf. J-hn. W. Lbwis,
Uavalby Horses Wanted. Those
who have sound horaes, weighing from
1,000 to 1,200 pounds, in color black
brown or gray, can find lale for tbem by
oallioii on E. O. Sperry at the Belvedere
laloon. Fifty bead wanted immedi
KEEP I I m
Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
HEPPNER FLOORING MILL COMPANY.
T. W. AYERS,
Mim C0!K aP-
Succesnor to S. C. Smith.
MAY STREET FURNITURE STORE!
They have more room, more goods and consequently
8Wlf More Business than Ever Before.
HO! YE SLEEPERS,
Rub your peepers ;
Open wide each eye.
Now'b 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 I for we are in the swim &; thunder.
Give us your pittronuqe and you will never go under.
W15 HAVE GOT IT !
A full stock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Pumps, CJas Pipe, Stefim Fixtures, Guns
and Ammunition, Blacksmiths Coal, Iron anil Steel, Agricultural Imple
ments, Wagons, Hacks, Buggies, BuckbimidB, Carts, Ktc, Etc.
W. A. KIRK.
Saddles, Ha-tness, 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 for
five yeara. Don't buy elsewhere till yon examine their maohines and
get cash prioes.
MAIN STREET. - HEPPNER. 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 feett"
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 beat 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. LICHTENTIIAL & CO.,
Main Street, 1 1 epiiner, Or.
New Warehouse !
TTENRY HEPPNER IS HAVING CONSTRUCTED AT
Heppner a capacious vv 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
tinuance of patronage at his
AT HEP P NEB, OREGON.
Rock Springs Coal!
I will keep constantly on hand the Best
Screened Rock Springs Coal, which I will
deliver in any part of
At a Reasonable Price.
Leave your orders at the Gazette Office.
J. W. COWINS, Heppner, Or.
t can see the Grand Rush for Bar
gains down at
T. H. BI8HEE
- - OREGON
J. C. HAYES