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v. DOOR TQ iUL'lCETETMTHAL & GO'S .SHDE" STORE, '-AND OPPOSITE CITY HOTEL, MAIN STREET
Here and There.
They must be respected.
T. W. Ayers, Jr., for drags. 68 sw
Dr. J. 0. Adkins is np from Hillsboro.
First elans job printing at the Gazette
Ben Swaagart will visit Portland this
Frank Anderson's stallion, a chance for
a bargain. tf
Gazette onThornton's counters. Price
5 oents. tf.
The Gazette shop is prepared to exe
cute fine job printing.
Daily stage both ways between Monu
ment and Long Creek. tf.
E. P. Sine, of Lexington, was in atten
dance on oourt this week.
Mrs. J, J. Roberts is prepared to do
all kinds of plain sewiug. 65-tf
When in Arlington, stop at the Ben
nett house, near the depot. Cl-tf
Squire Cliff Jones was in Wednesday
from his Eight Mile possessions.
Jay Sedgwick dropped in Tuesday to
pay the Northern Pacifio's taxes.
See notice of stockholder's meeting,
Heppner Park Association, elsewhere.
Palace hotel, a first class hostelry, ex
cellent entertainment and living rates. .
Chas. Armstrong, of the firm of Leaoh
6 Armstrong, was in the oity yesterday.
Brother Brown, of the Arlington Eeo-
ord, was in Heppner attending court
Hank Putnam has a lot of cattle
at the yards ready for shipment to
Harry Woods spent the first part of
the week in Portland looking after some
Win. Budio and ex-Senator J. H.
Hamilton got in yesterday afternoon
from Grant county.
Pup Simons & Son still shoe horses
and do general blacksmithing at the old
stand Matiock corner. 55.
Eev. J. T. Galloway has closed hin
meetings on Eight mile. He reports
them quite suooessful.
"The Parlor," W. F. Ruark, prop., in
the City hotel, west side of Main street.
Neatest place in Heppner. sw
0. Buhl has added a stock of oysters,
canned and freeh fruits, all kinds of nuts,
cigars, tobaccos, etc 69 sw
Geo. Swaggart and family returned
from the ranch Wednesday where they
report everything prosperous.
Miss May Bailey left yesterday for
Prairie City, Grant County, where she
has accepted a school for the summer.
Hiyu ketohum whiskers. GidHattat
the oity barber shop the place to get a
first-class shave, hair-ont or shampoo, tf
Call on Lishe Sperry, down at the
Belvedere, when in town. Keeps on
hand a fine stock of liquors and cigars.
Last Thursday "Wes" Ray waB sen
tenced to the penitentiary for one year,
the result of being too handy with a
Levi Shaner was down yesterday from
the opal mines, where he reports too
much water at present for successful
H. V. Gates, a Hillsboro capitalist,
and J. M. Hill, of the Thompson Houston
Eteotrio Light Co., were in Heppner the
first of the week.
Jas. Bhea and Os. Mitobell returned
Wednesday from Portland where thev
had been to sell their stall fed cattle.
Tbey report prioes low.
We print your stationery, furnishing
better stock, at a lower price than it is
usually bought in any looal market.
Drop in and see our samples.
Newer and neater quarters at the
Palace Hotel's north business room.
Charley Jones, the baber, wants to see
bis old friends there. Baths in connec
tion. Sheep buyers are beginning to arrive
in dead earnest. Louis Staltenberg and
J. P. Carry got in from Colorado last
night, and others no doubt will reach
here soon .
Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Grape is
made from the Oregon wild grape root,
now conoeded by eminent physioians to
be the most powerful alternative known.
See ad. in this issue. tf
Although Senator Blackman is still
being urged to allow his n ame to come be
fore the state democratic convention
for oongrees, he holds to his foimer de
cision and is in no sense a candidate.
The Columbia from Celilo to Pasoo
will be navigated by two steamers in the
near future. The Arlington board of
trade is responsible for this good piece
of work, and should receive dneoredit for
The grand jury were: Sterling Keithly,
J. O. Magga, J. D. Ambrose, Arthur
Daly, Geo. Sperry, D. C. Ely and W. R.
Haosell. This body have been quite
busy this term, closing their labors
The Gazette hopes that no business
man will take offense should his enter
prising competitor ohoose to enlighten
the people in regard to his interests by
means of a little printers' ink. It's bus
iness, you know, and this paper is in the
field to do this work at a fair remunera
tion. A broken axle delayed the Heppner
train two hours Tuesday evening. It
occurred on the side track at Arlington.
Had it happened when the train was
running at full speed on the main line, a
serious acoident might have resulted.
J. A. Patterson, the eugineer, now lies in
bed at his borne, suffering from a sprain
ed baok caused by over lifting.
LOCAL MARKET REPORT.
Wheat, bu 6iia65o
Flonr.bbl 5 00
Beeves, cows & two-year-olds, owt. 2 50
" " three " 2 75
Sheep, muttons, bead 4 00
" stock 3 00
Hogs, ou foot, cwt 4 50 5 00
Hogs, dressed 6 00
Horses, slow sale.
Butter, roll 65
Eggs, doz 120
Chickens, doz 2 50 2 75
Wheat, cwt 81 66
Flour, bbl 3 00
Beeves, stall fed 7 00
Muttons, owt 10 00
Hogs, owt 3 50
Butter, lb 12
Eggs, doz 17
Cbiokens, doz 5 50
Turkeys, tt 15
Wheat, cwt $1 65 1 60
Flour, bbl 4 80 fe4 90
Beeves, owt 2 50 4 00
" dressed 500 700
Muttons, live sheared . . 4 75 (i 5 00
dressed 8 00 Q 9 00
Hogs, on foot 5 50 U 5 75
" dressed 7 60 it, 8 00
Bntter 30 &5
Eggs, doz 15 ( 20
Chickens, doz 4 50 6 00
Turkeys, lb 12
I x.ngton and environs.
j Looks favorable for a large crop this
Is farming. Located here eight years
sinoe. Owns a section with a small por
tion in cultivation. Arrived at
a. a. wben's
Place just as the gavel sounded calling
the oraft from labor to refreshment at
high twelve. Mr. Wren owns 320 acres;
two hundred in cultivation. Has 220
acres in crop. Prospect very flattering.
Water suflicient to irrigate. Located
here 8 years ago. Works sixteen horses.
O. R. DAY
Has a Adb farm, nioe home, good or
chard and some extra good horses.
Occupies a half eeotioo. Located three
years ago. "Yes, prospects are good."
A. 1. HUNT
Owns a half section but has only recent
ly begun working his ranoh, therefore he
has few figures to give.
N. L. SHAW
Has reoently settled in the country and
is actively engaged in preparing land for
Owub 320 acres end will break a large
tract this season. Plentiful supply of
J. B. HUNT,
One of the bard rustlers of this commu
nity, was overlooked somehow by ye re
porter, but we have learned enough to
assure the reader that he is making a
sucoess of farming, and is hereto stav.
Mr. Hunt is the father of the enterpris
ing young men mentioned above.
The Ideal Settlement Itn Farms, Its Homes,
Its Interesting: People.
Leaving the east branch of the oan
yon one goes over a sharp hill into
Spring Valley, which runs nearly paral
lel with and between Clarks Canyon and
D. W. BRYANT
Was for thirty years engaged in meohan
ical drawing at Chicago, Ills., but bis
health failed and he came west, settling
on the present farm five years ago. At
that time Mr. Bryant was given np by
his physicians but be is anything exoept
an invalid today. He is a thorough
mecbanio and in mecbanioBl drawing he
is an artist of rare ability. He possesses
rare inventive genius. 8everal patents
attest this. He invented the rolls for
crimping corrugated iron. While be
has been in the city, the greater part of
his life, he takes kindly lo farm duties and
has a host of friends. Horses, cattle,
dogs and cats under his kind oare mani
fest an intelligence that is almost human.
Mr. Bryant is an earnest advocate of
allianoe principles, and believes that
when many of the evils that now beset
the farming interests have been eradicat
ed the business will be profitable. He
thinks the government should loan
money direct to the people; that the
government should own and oontrol lineB
of transportation and communication
Cheaper passenger rates are demanded;
we pay four cents per mile for traveling,
while in Australia where the government
owns its lineB, a man can ride twenty
miles for five oents. Trains should be
run for the accommodation of the public
and not to suit the convenience and
eoonomv of a grasping monopoly. Mr
Bryant furnished a detailed statement of
the expense account on 20 sores sowu to
wheat tor six years, value ot crop
$408.80; oostof producing, 8472 14; bal
ance, $26 66 on 20 acres for Bix years
which leaves the handsome (?) profit of
22 2-10 cents per acre for each year.
Seems to be jogging along pretty easy on
a good farm of bis own. Had 18 bushels
of wheat per acrp last year; 35 bushels of
oats ; has seeded 12(1 acres; has the finest
orchard in the oounty that has been
raised without irrigation; some trees five
years old that are fully 11 feet high.
Fair supply of water and never had
better prospect for a orop.
Finds plenty ot work on 160 aores of
land. Believes that a small farm well
tilled brings best results. Has seeded
about 80 Bcres. Is paying some atten
tion to stock.
W. E. DBISKELL
Operates 200 acres with 80 in oropj will
break some new land. Has a small or
chard and a pleasant home; has an abid
ing faith in the merits of the country.
Owns 160 aces and farms one half of it.
Will summer-fallow some fifty acres.
j. F. YOTJNT
Means to stay, and has a fine orchard,
seven years old, of peaches, prunes,
, . i J
apples, pear? ana cuerries. uruuuru is
Has 160 in cultivation; will seed 90 acres
and break 150. Is raising a few Clydes
dale horses; has a fine two year ld
horse. "No use to do much spring seed
ing. Yes. the prospect was never better
for a large orop."
A Farming Community Well Named Short
Talks With Resident.
Parallel with Clarks Canyon is to be
found Social Ridge, one of the brightest,
best, and especially the most harmonious
neighborhoods in Morrow county.
The ridge, like Clark's Canyon and
Spring Valley, is tributary to Lex
ington wbiob is, in fact, the oenter of
this great farming country.
Leaving Lexington and travelling
southwest Borne tour miles, yon reach
the ranoh of
N. J. HALE,
One of the richest farmers in Morrow
Co. This assertion might not stand the
test if based on a calculation made on
actual dollars or acres, but Mr. Hale
has a happy way that is a treasure to
him. He alwavs looks on the bright
side and is thus ofttimes able to laugh
at bis little misfortunes and troubles
when they come, as come they will in
every man's life. Though of a modest
quiet demeanor, he will tell you that he
came here eight years ago witn two dol
lars, two blankets and a $2 cayuse.
He believes now, and did then, that this
is a good country for a poor man. It
needs staying qnalities in this oountry
for one to win, but the same is true of
any place. Today Mr. Hale has a half
section ot good land, easily worth $10
per acre, with 200 aores under cultiva
tion. Is well supplied with teams and
farm machinery of every description
Thinks the outlook is better than ever
A. H. WINDSOR
Is farming 200 acres, has already seeded
100 and will fallow 100 more. Paying
some attention to fruit raising. Ex
pects a good crop. All indication!
point to his being a thrifty, happy, pros
Rested on bis plow handle long enough
to make a brief statement of bis large
farming business. Has three quarter
sections with three hundred acres in
cultivation. Has 125 acres in crop and
will summer-fallow 150. The prospeot
for a crop looks better than it did one
year ago. Has been raising tome good
borses. "It don't cost much more to
raise a good horse than it does a cayuse.
and one good horse is worth a carload of
Cams hers from Idaho and thinks very
strongly of locating." Ho eoold not do'
Don't like tha oonntry very well. He
oame here a few years ago with a little
or nothing and today has a good farm,
but he don't believe there wonld be
any advantage derived from a good
thrifty emigration to this oountry. We
take pleasure in noting that bis views
are the exception and not the rule.
a. w. SMITH
Has a pleasant home, a good comfort
able house, commodious granary aod
barn. Has a half section with 150 acres
in cultivation. Mr. Smith adheres to
the good old maxim: "Anything that
is worth doing is worth doing well."
Everything about the place indicates
effioient management. Good supply of
water and fi.ie orchard 6 years old.
Concluded on Itth page.
REMARKABLE SUUU1CAL OPERATION.
How Ex-City Marshall H. W. (inldheck, of
Vancouver, Was Cored by Dr. Darrin.
From the Oregoninn.
Editor OregonianHir: For the ben
efit of humanity I beg to say through
the columns of your paper that I suf
fered with hydrocele for years, and that
t ooDBUlted pnysicians tor it without
any encouragement (on account of my
age, whioh is 77) nntil I called on Dr.
Darrin, who performed an absolutely
painless operation on me, witb tnc re
suit of a perfect core. I left his office
on foot and returned to my home in
Vanoonver without the slightest discom
fort. I commend Dr. Darrin to the
public I have lived in Vanoouver 40
H. WILLIAM UOLUUIiUIi.
Dr. Darrln's Low Charges.
Owing to the "hard times" Dr. Darrin
will in tbe future give electric treatment
for $5 per week or in that proportion, as
cases may require. An exception made
in surgical operations. The poor free
daily from 10 to 11; those able to pay, 11
to 5; evenings, 7 to 8; cundays, 10 to 12.
All curable, chronic, aoute, private and
wasting diseases, including stricture,
hydrocele and varicocele, cancers, tu
moraand all malignant diseases treated
suooesstully and cures guarranteed and
never published. The doctor also cures
deafness, catarrh, bronobitis, lagrippe,
consumption, heart disease, dyspepsia,
liver and kidney diseases at bis offioee,
70 Washington street, Portland. Sur
gical operations skillfully performed.
Consultation striotly confidential. Send
for question blank and circular.
Artists' Materials. For all kinds of
artists' materials, etc. go to Smith &
Williamson, May street. The only full
line in town. 476tf
Notice to Sheepmen. A. A. Wren
has good corral, water and pasture to ao
oommodate those desiring to shear sheep,
at his place, four miles west of Heppner.
Will let oheap. 69-76 sw
Cavalry Horses Wanted. 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
oalling on E. G. Sperry at the Belvedere
saloon. Fifty head wanted immedi
Dressmaking;. Mrs. W. Warren
wishes to annonnoe to the ladies of
Heppner and vicinity that she is now
prepaied to do dressmaking and would
be pleased to see her old customers at
her new dressmaking parlors, ove- Spray
Bros', butoher shop. 475 82 t.
An Owner Wanted. Mr. J. H.
Piper reoently branded a two-year-old
heifer thinking it was bis. Lately he
discovered a J brand on the lett side,
and also an indistinot brand on the left
bin. As an evidenoe of his good inten
tions in tbe matter, he asks the owner to
call for his property.
Incipient Blaze. While tarring posts
down on Willow street, yesterday, Mr. A.
Mallory's supply of tar oanght fire,
bringing out tbe fire oompany in bot
haste, though some of the citizens had
rustled up a few buckets of water ere
their arrival, whioh being judiciously ap
plied, put an end to the conflagration.
"Ione The Town." An amusing in
cident occurred on Monday's up trBin..
When the train arrived at Ione, some
birds of the Balaam family were grazing
on the green, and occasionally singing
that beautiful song peculiar to tbe spe
cies. One young lady enquired what
they were, when a drummer volunteered
to say, "Mooking birds, Miss. Don't
you hear them say 'lone the town.' "
stallion for sale I Jiave for sale a
graded Clydesdale messenger stallion,
seven years old, 16 bands high, weight
1575 lbs., dark ohestnnt oolor, of a kind
disposition, very gentle and broke to ride
and drive. Will sell on easy terms. The
horse may be found at Cbas. Anderson's
ranch, head of Eight Mile. Any one do
siring further information will please
call on or address frank Anderson,
liight Mile, Ur. 475-78 s. w.
Fine Timber. Perhaps, tbe best tim
her growing in tbe Blue mountains oan
be found ou Kock creek, in tbe vicinity
of Will Mallory's saw-mill. This class
of timber Mr. Mallory is using in making
lumber w hioh he delivering in Hepp
nei all the way from $15 to 830 per
thousand reel, depending on tbe quality,
and whether desired rough or dressed.
The same oan be bought at the mill at
prices ranging from 88 to $25 per thons-
and. He has a general assortment on
band at present, and is sure to satisfy
Grant County Repub. Convention.
By a grapevine dispatch from Grant Co.,
the Gazette learns that the delegates to
the republican convention are: frank
Mo Bean, G. W. Dart, C. W. Parish,
H. Y. Blackwell and O. L. Patterson, all
being instructed for W. R. Ellis for
oongress. 'J he nominations are: Joe
Combs, sheriff; M. Howell, clerk; Tunis
Swick, commissioner, C. M. Wagner,
assessor; N. H. Boley, treasurer; Gus
Caspary, surveyor; Dan Morrow, ooro
ner. Cbas. GofT oame in one vote of
being nominated for clerk.
Uniform Rank Election. Last
Wednesday evening the intended mem
bers ot Blue Mountain Division, U. R,
K. of P. met in the oastle ball, selecting
the above name for their organization
and electing the following officers:
Otis Patterson, Sir Knight Captain;
G. W. Harrington, Sir Knight Lieut. ;
W. B. Potter, Sir Knight Herald ; T. C.
Aubrey, Sir Knight Recorder; W. L.
Haling, Sir Knight TreaB.; J. R. Simons,
Sir Knight Guard; Dan Osmers, Sir
Knight Sentinel. The boys have sent
for uni'orms, charter etc., and hope to
consummate the organization by May
A Bad Accident. During a recens of
Doric Lodge, No. 20, K. of P. last Tueu
day ewrjiDg, Marnhal Jobn Rasmus and
E. J. Sloonm became involved id a play
ful sonflle, E J. petting thrown, being
much the lighter, but in doing bo the
marshal fell in snob a manner ai to dis
locate the left ankle, and a no breaking
the lurirar honfl nnar tliH ioirir. Dr. A.
L. Fox reduced the fracture, after wbioh
the brother a taken borne where ue
18 doing aa well as oould be expected
nnder the oironmstaDce. During Mr.
Rasmua' absenoe from tbe force, J. J.
Roberts will execute the duties of
" " A Pro oaltion.
If yon will pay your subscription to
tbe Gazette in full and one year in ad
vance, we will send you the following
books at prices stated herewith: "Six
Great Books for Rural Homes." 25 cents;
"Famous Fiotion by the World's Great
est Authors," ten volumes, 50 oents;
Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales," 20
43-tf. The Patterson Pub. Co.
Furniture. For all kinds of furniture,
bedroom sets, lounges, cbairs, etc., don't
fail to call on Smith & Williamson, May
street, Heppner, Or. The best place to
make your pnronases. 4btf
Babies' Day. On Thursday of each
week will be "babies' dav" at Dauner's
gallery. Bring along your babies and
have their pictures taken, and you will
get one photo free of charge. 58tf
MEETING OF STOI'KHOLOEIIB.
The Rtoekholdera of the Hennner Purk Assn.
elation are requeated to meet in theotlice of the
first r-aiionai nana, at i:.w p. m., .saturuav,
ADrll 2. 18'.12. Come out. as iinnnrtant busiiie'hH
will be transacted on this occasion.
;. w. sWaguart
Prill Cohn, Pres.
Secy. 470 It.
UlKLor woman to do general housework
none but experienced persoiiB need
apply. Call at Gazette ortice. tf sw
WANTED More patrons for my hotel. Neat
rooms, a Bpletinid table and living rates.
Palace Hotel, corner Main and Mav uireeht.
WS-BW. 31KB. JHAKI1ARET ON (JADOW.
THOSE who are interested in the Eight Mile
country and Morrow county to know that
we have a few extra copies left, w hich can
be Becured either at Geo. Thornton's news stand
or at the Gazette office. 68-sw.
OME to the Palace Motel bar for Champagne
J Cocktails. Champagne on tap. Cy-w
BIG lot of Gooseberry numberB of the Ga
zette that ought to b sent away. Call in,
invest and help your country. swtf
MRS. J. W. RASML'H wants the peoplo to
know that she has opened a dressmaking
shop at the millinery store of Miss Inez
Voruz. Give her your work, ladies. 6D-s w
TO KNOW that L. D. BoyecT 1b HeppiioPs
leading contractor and builder. Estimates
given on all kindB of work. Oilice at resi
dence, Heppner, Or. 71-uw.
AWagonmaker. ouo the best locations in
Morrow county. Must have a little capital.
Call ou or write Gazette olUce for particulars, sw
HARNESS-SHOP, stock and fixtures. Good
business; established in the midst of a
good farming and Btock-raising country.
Reason for selling, want to go on a farm. Also
for sale a erood house and two lots with or with
out the business property. For further informa
tion aaaress ixcn uox io. i, lAuig creek,
Oregon. 71 tf sw
Rtoentiy the following Notice appeared In th$
own rfuniiaiw wmwm,ii
"Judge S had been sick only about two
weeks, and it was not until the last three or
four days that the malady took a serious turn.
At the beginning of his illness he suffered from
diabetes 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 men in Cali
fornia." Like thousands of others his un
timely death was the result of neglecting early
symptoms of kidney disease.
IF YOU ii
are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de
rangement of the kidneys or urinary organs,
don't, delay proper treatment until you are
forced to give up your daily duties ; don't
aut vnnr ni one v ou worthless liniments
and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of
the disease ai once Dy using inc greaiesi. oi an
known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid
ney Tea. It has saved the lives of thousands.
Why should it not cure you ? Try it. Purely
vegetable and pleasant to take. $1.00 a pack
age, o lor )o.uu.
H. Blackman & Co.,
WE ARE STILL SELLING OUT our stock of Gener
al merchandise, but to make it more complote, we have
purchased a stock consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Furn
ishing Apparel, Etc.,
That will be sold at greatly reduced prices for cash only, Call
and investigate and we will be pleased to wait on you. No
trouble to show goods.
Piow Brick storc, - toi. Heppner.
EXT DOOR to M. Lirhlenihal & Co.'s Shoe Store, Main
-i- Street. Keep on. hand a Fine Line of Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Ete. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler Beer to
! Cents Per Gluss,
On draught, fresh and cool. Lurjch of all kinds. Hope
to see all their old friends and many more.
OSME11S & IIUailKS. Props.
PEDIGREE OF SHNDY.
for Animals Exported from the United Kingdom.
The Shire Horse Society,
Kttablithrd to promote Oie old Engltih Breed of Cart Morten.)
11 Chandos Street, Cavendish Huuare, London, W.
Name of Animal, Baudy-o'er-lhe-LeB, 8101, Vol. X; Hex,
Stallion; Colour, CbeHtnut; Foaled May, 1885; Bred by Thoe.
Dewharst, Whittiniflisni, FreHtoD; bold to John MoHattie,
Aberdeen, Scotland; Sold to W. B. CuDingharae; Hold to T. K.
Fell and Nelson Jones, present owners. Got by Royal Handy,
3'J03; Uam by Sir Colin, 2022; Grand-dam by PloUKliboy.1745.
I hbkeby declare that the above-named animal was breil
by 'f bos. Ltewhurst, and that tbe foregoing particulars are, to
tiie bst of my knowledge and belief, true as stated.
fJated Feb. 7, lfcX!l. J A M KH KjKHAW.
Heller of tbe above-named animal.
1 hkrkby certify that the foregoing pedigree lots been ex
amined by the Editing Committee of the nbire Horse Hociety,
juts been panned by them as correct.
Certified by order of tbe Editing Committee this 'ith day of
Feb.. 1hw. I. M.IV.ilYJIK,
Heeretary of the Hhlre lforse Hoeiety of Great Britain and Ireland.
Tills Stallion May be Seen at Sargent 4 Driskdl's Stable, HeppDer, Or.
Buhl, the baker. Buy your bread and
cakes and save money. Try it. a.
Hardware? Yes, at Gilliam & Bii
bee's, Main St., Heppner, Or. a.
See J. W. Cowins for Rock Springs
ooal. Leave orders at Gazette office, a
Minor Bros, are now selling flour at
bed rook prioes. For oash only. See
new ad. a
A fine lot of imported Shot Guns at
Thompson & Go's at bargain prices, no
jobbers profits. a
M. Lichtenthal & Co. have just re
ceived a fine lot of ladies' kid, button
and tie shoes. At bottom prioes. a
H. Blackman & Co. have an exclusive
General Merchandise store. Stockmen
cannot do better than patronize H.
Blackman k Co., of Heppner's Pioneer
Nails by the oar load at Gilliam & Bis
bee's. Grant oounty people will do well
to oall on them. a.
KEEP 101 EYE
On The Heppner Furniture Co.'s ad. next
week for special bargains. Two car loads
of furniture are stored in our warehouse.
Look for prices next week.
In it for the year '92. No
Post Hay or Wooden Barley
here. All horses groomed
and fed in the propter man
Der. Feed for sale. Good
corral and Free camp house.
Horseu to hay 75c per spaa
per day. 'Bus runs to and
from trains night or day.
O. O. Sargent,
LOWER FEED YARD
Main Btreet, - Heppner.
ability of not finding standing room ill
our big store. You Bhould frequently
visit us and bo among the many success
ful bargain hunters, sometimea we buy
great drivcH and they aro Hold before we
can advertise them.
ability of getting "stuck" on some infer
ior or back number article if you insist
ou 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
Ueneral Merchandise Store,
ability of getting left If you don't heed
our wordB. We speak nought but the
truth. It Is not only unfair, but unwise
and unprofitable to deceive.
Yours to please,
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAY STREET, HEPPNER, OR.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Mads ok Short Notice and at Popular Prices,
B Bread 22 Loaves for $1.00.
JHE QITY -OTEL,
W. J. L,BBZBH, Prop.
rilHIS HOSTELRY has been Befitted and Rkfcnibhkd throughout, and now
is oue ot the most inviting places in Heppner. Mr. Leezer invites you to atop
with him, feeling that he is able to entertain you in the beat of style.
O. E. FASNSWORTH, Pres. E. O. SPERM', Vice Pres. K. fi. BISHOP, Treeuurcr.
T. E. FELL, Secretary and Manager.
Tie Morrow County Land & Trust Company
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.00. PAID VP, $25,000.00.
U (knn anil Forwarding Agents.
DEALERS IN GRAIN, LUMBER, WOOD.
Operating Warehouses at Heppner, lone and Douglas, on the
Heppner Branch of the (. P. H. .
J. A. Thompson, D. A. Herren,
O. E. FarnsworHh,
Ed. K. Bishop, Therun E. Fell,
Ed. B. Cox, J. A. Woolery,
J. E. Frhik, O. T. Douglas, K. O, Hpnrry
IT 18 the purpose of the stockholders of this company to oonfluct its bu si nous in a manner
mutimlly advantuK'uus to all wool and Rrain producers of this section, and to maintain the
favorable home market which it has established. Durinjf th coming wool seanon wo solicit
the business of all wool growers ami request them to send their clip to the ,fWool Growers'
Having enlarged the Heppner Warehouse, and roofed all nlntfnrniB, we have double the
storage capacity of any other warehouse in Eastern Oregon, well lighted for the display of wool
"The Wool Growers' Warehouse."
NAILS AND SUa Alt. TOMATO KETCHUP & HAMMERS
PEARL BARLEY AND PADLOCKS. CANNED GOODS & AMMUNITION.
Strange Combinations to be Found Only at The Combin
ed Grocery and Hardware Store of
P. C. THOMPSON COMPANY,
Orocories, Hardware, Tinware, Confectionery Wood & ,
Willow Ware and Agricultural Implements. Agents
for NEW HOME Sewing Machines and IMPERIAL
LUMJiERMANS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY.
Table Cutlery, Hhours, ftcisHors, Pocket Knives, and Razors at
Kemnrkahly Low Prices. Special inducements to Oash Cus
tomers. Give us a trial.
tf. Corner Main and Willow Streets, Heppner Or.
SWEETS, FIRST IN OYSTFRS, FIRST
In the Hustle with their Countrymen.
Five doors North of tbe pHlaoe IIixol, Heppuer, Or.
Fine Imported and Domestic Uigurs and Tobaccos
Fresh Fruits and other Goods Received Daily.
I Board per week
I Uonru per week with room
V. C. Thompson,
John L. Ayers,
A. B. ChaPman.
W. K. Elliott,
N. A. Kelly,