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MKlCtt TO ADVBTIEUS.
L or change oi time, must, got their copy In
not laier than Monday evening for Tuesday's
ditiou, or Ihursday evening for Fridays edi
tlmi Twit PiTTh-uuiu Pi-u i -
Here and There.
Ob. Mitchell was iu town over Sunday
X. W. Ay era, Jr., for drugs. 68 sw
J. D. Muir called Saturday while in
Oazette onThorbton'a comitera. Prioe
5 cents. if.
A. L nd Johnny Ayres were in town
Mtirrow county is setting to be a ver
itable "weblout" Beotuiu.
J. Roberts is baok again baying wool
in this vicinity.
Cbas. W. Ingrsihauj went down to
f ortlaud Saturday.
3. M. Ranieny, formerly of Arlington,
J. W. Kern & Co. will hang paper at
10 cents per roll. 80-3.
Dan Bryant, of Lexington, has a No. 1
fresh cow for sale.
T. J. Carl, the worthy postmaster of
lone, was in town over a nday night.
T . : i .. -i u-.i. , . . .
umiy aiuo uuiu wHys ueiween ivionu
tuent and Lung Creek. tf.
Mrs. D. A. Hamilton, of upper Willow
creek, is on the list of theme eiok.
Bob. Hart is out again and is recover
ing rapidly from his reotut injuries.
Mrs. J. J. Bobertg is prepared to do
all kinds of plain sewing. 65-tf
M. E. Garretson, of Tacoma, was the
guest of the Palace over Sunday.
P. O. Boig and son, Frank, took in the
ranch below town Sunday.
Ford, the painter, Btill "in it." For
any kind of work see him. 81-tf.
Xbe man who wantB your trade is the
oue who auks for it. Buy of those who
Geo. E. DeLetts committed suicide at
Peudlelun last Thursduy, by taking mor
phine. Andrew Ham, the Eight Mile sohool
teaober, was a vmilor to Heopuer, batur
Luther Hamilton reports his saw mill
in operation, with a good season in pros
pect. Levi Iiobison, Heppuer's pelt buyer of
some seasons ago, got in Saturday eve
ning. l ap :Jimon8 & Son still shoe horses
and do general blackamithing at the old
stand Matiock corner. 55.
Mrs. Chne. Mitchell leaves tomorrow
moroing for Ritzville.to join her husband
who has preoe.leu her.
Nels Jones' crop of lambs are turning
out pretty well, hut he thinks "it will
hardly equal 9j per oent."
"The Parlor," VV. F. Ruaik, prop., in
the City hotel, west side of Main street.
Neatest place in Heppner. sw
Billy Washburne and 'Gene Vaughn
re now employed in the City Hotel
Salem Statesman: Mrs. J. N. Brown,
of Heppner, will enter the oonserva ory
the coming week.
Dr. B. F. Vaughan pulls teeth without
pain, by use of nitrous oxide. Filling
by the latest ami most improved method.
Eagle: Miss Lena Patterson entered
the school room as instructor iu the Shaw
Enele: Long Creek will hive a kiln
of 6u,000 briok burnt in its vioiuity during
the coming season.
Call on Lishe Sperry, down Bt the
Belvedere, when in town. Keeps on
hand a fine stock of liquors and cigars.
W. W. Brannon, of Eight Mile, was in
town Saturday to prove up on his ranob.
Clerk Morrow did the job for him.
Our county clerk reports matters lively
in the office at present, owim; to the num
ber of real estate transfers this year.
Prof. T. C. Aubrey was in town over
Sunday. He reports bis sohool at Lib
erty in moBt prosperous condition.
0. Rnbl has added a stook of oysters,
canned and fresh fruits, all kinds of nuts,
cigars, tobaccos, etc. 69 sw
Sunday and Monday we bad all kinds
of weather snow, rain, sleet, hail and a
bit of suosbiue thrown iu here aud there.
Andrew Rood, republican nominee for
county judge, went, out S iturday to bis
possessions in the Eight Mile country.
Hivu ketohnin whiskers. Hatt &
Mathews, at the oity barber shop the
place to get a first-class shave, hair-out
or shampoo. tf.
A few of Heppoer's young men went
fishing Sunday, but oaught nothing to
ention but a good wetting.
Julius Friedland, representing The A.
Hotaling (Jo., of Jrortlaud, was in the
city over Sunday.
Uncle Hugh Fields got in from Browns
ville Saturday to look aftei his extensive
Jas. A. Fristoe and wife are living at
Hamilton Bms'. saw mill at present,
where they are employed.
The Buchler beer, 5 oents per glass, at
the Columbia Beer Hall, Osmers &
Hughes, inops., next door to M. Lioh
tentbal & Co.'s shoe store. sw tf
Bob Shaw left this morning for Pen
dleton, to be absent seve-al days. On
his return be will locate at Heppner per
manently. There were rumors of war among some
of the boys Saturday night, hat when
the fog had lifted everything was as
erene as ever.
Frank P. Moreland, of Hardmnn, hon
ored this office with a call last Friday.
Mr. Moreland is preparing to prove up
on his Hardman ranch.
Newer and neater quarters at the
Palace Hotel's north business room.
Charley Jones, the baber, wants to Bee
his old friends there. Buths in connec
tion. We want some wood on subscription.
Some of onr subscribers are badly in ar
rears, and can, perhaps, bring in some
wood in lieu of oash.
The Gazette is more than thankful to
our old friend, D. W. Bryant, for an ex
cellent sack of oaia. Our "noble" steeds
are living high for one week.
Wayne Hnnston and wife moved in
from Hardman last Saturday and are
comfortably domiciled in the bouse of
James Covins, opposite bis residence.
Ed. Hall, general agent of.the Oregou
Fire & Marine iDsnrance Co., of Port
land, is in the city today. He formerly
visited Heppner quite often, bat has not
oe n Here lor gome time, and laaeiiumea
to see the wonderful growth that the
town baa made sinoe the advent of the
Mt'EtUL L'Ot'M'IL MEETING.
Thfy ilfft and Pa,. Ordinance No. 4( and
fiepare for a Kprolai Klectioa.
Our town oonccil met in special ses
sion, pursuant to a call from the mayor
lost Saturday afternoon at 2 o'olock p.m.,
Mayor Matlook presiding. All council
men present except Gilliam and Farns
worth. The objeot of the session was stated,
the passage of a water ordinance full in
every deiail, aud the repeal of the one
paused last week. It is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 49.
An ordinance providing or the Council of Hepp
ner, 0r.t borrowing fifteen thousand dotiart
for the purpone of supplying the taid town
with water and authorizing the ienuance of
bondt therefor and authorizing the date thereof
and fixing the time and manner of paying the
Bd it ordained by the oommon oouncil ol
the town of Heppner:
Sec. 1. That in order to borrow the
sum of fifteen thousand dollars to supply
the town with water, there be issued
thirty bonds of the town in the sum of
$600, each payable on tbe 1st day of
July, 1912, with interest at the rate ot
6 per oent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually, namely, on tbe first day
of July aud January of each year.
Sec. 2. The bonds mentioned in the
foregoing section shall be numbered and
netered in the proper books in tbe office
ot the town recorder and shall oontain a
provision pledging the faith of the town
to the full payment m lawful money ot
the United States of the principal and
luteitst thereon at tbe plane or places
mentioned in the bonds at the time the
same may beoome due upon the sur
render ot such bonds, or of the ooupous
tor the interest thereon.
Sec. 3. To eaoh of said bonds shall be
attached forty coupons bearing tbe same
number as the bond to which they are
attached and representing the interest
thereon fur eaoh half year or semi-anuuui
payment of the same from the 1st day ol
July, 1892, to the 1st day of July, 1912,
and payable on tbe date thereon named
at the pluoe and in tbe manner provide
by section two of this ordioanoe.
Seo. i. Tbe bonds and coupons herein
before mentioned shall be sigued by tht
mayor and attested bv the recorder uuder
the seal of the town.
Sec. 5. The mayor and recorder arf
hereby authorized and empowered to
sell at such times aud in such amounts
as they may deem advisable all or an)
portion of the bonds to be issued under
the provisions sf this ordinance. Pro
vided, that no bonds shall be sold at less
than par without the oousent of two
thirds of the whole of tbe oommoi
Seo. 6. Upon making a sale of any of
said bonds, the mayor aud recorder shall
notify the town treasurer, in writing, ol
the terms and conditions thereof, anil
upon receiving the urchase piice there
for, the treasurer shall give the pur
chaser a reoeipt which shall be sufficient
authori'y, to the mayor and reoorder to
sign, seal, and deliver the requisite
number of bonds as provided in this or
dinance and authorized by such receipt.
Seo. 7. That after the expiration of
five years from July 1, 1892, there shall
be set aside for each of the following
years, for a term of fifteen years, the
sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00),
to constitute a sinking fund for the pay
ment of said bonds at maturity, and the
town council are hereby empowered aud
authorized to levy aud collect in addition
to tbe rate of levy now allowed by law, a
snflioieut rate per oent upon the taxable
property of the town of Heppner to pro
vide the said sum of one thousand dol
lars yearly, as by this ordinance pro
vided, and also to levy a sufficient rate
per cent upon said taxable property each
year from July 1, 1892, as will be sutfi
oieut to pay tbe interest upon said bonds
as provided in this ordinance, and sucb
levy shall be made at the time the regu
lar town levy is made aud collected in
the same mauner and subject to the
same conditions ; provided, that the levy
fur tbe payment of tbe interest on said
bonds for tbe year ending July 1, 1893,
may be made at any time during the year
1892 upon the assessment of tbe property
of said town as already made and com
pleted by the reoorder.
Seo. 8. All ordinances or parts Jot or
dinances in onnilict with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Heo. 9. This ordinance shall be sub
mitted to a vote of the taxpayers of said
town at a special eleotioo to be held in
said town at the usual place of voting on
the 2-tth day of May, 1892, said election
to be conducted in all respects as pro
vided in ordinance No. 43 of said town,
and this nrdinauoe shall go into effect and
be in foroe from and after two-thirds of
tbe legal voters (taxpayers) ot said town
voting at said election shall have voted
in favor of its provisions and it has been
posted tbe time required by law, and tt.e
recorder shall give notice of said election
by posting notioes as required by ordin
ance No. 43 of said town for tbe period
of thirty days prior to the day of said
It was then read by section, and then
by title. Tbe rules being suspended, it
whs plaoed upon its final passage, re
ceiving the unanimous vote of the coun
cil. As judges and clerks, the following
were appointed: Judges, K G. Sloan, A.
Wright and W. A Kirk. Clerks, G. W.
Ben and J P. W illiams.
There being no further business, the
A large crowd of Heppner's "'three
link" boys, accompanied by wives and
daugbteis, went out to Hardman to day
to attend the I. O. O. F. supper and gen
eral celebration ot tbe seventy-third an
niversary of the order in Amerioa. The
Gazette knows that tbey will have a
Win. Tillard is quite ill at tbe City
hotel, with erysipelas in the face. Some
days ago be bad a little difficulty with a
yonng fellow, and duiing the melee Wm.
received a scratch near the inner oorner
of tbe left eye. This has sinoe developed
into erysipelas, and threatens to be quite
M. Carrigall, of tbe Galloway country,
was a visitor to Heppner yi aterday, and
says be longs for a bit of weather propi
tinos to shearing and the like. Down on
lower Butter creek, the peaches aud oth
er fruit of the kind are not damaged; at
least that is Mr. f'-amgall's opinion.
Henry Welch got home last night from
Portland, and is yet in poor health,
though we understand that he was much :
benefitted by bis last trip oeiow.
Mayor T. J. Matlock, one of onr prom
inent democrats, bas been appointed a
member of tbe democratic state executive
The directors of tbe Palace hotel bad
I a business meeting today at the office of
the First National Bank.
GlsCiKK AhilcLH. Mocba and Java
as well as other grades of hat coffees,
can be found at J. Conn's. 79-tf.
Artists' Materials. For all kinds of
artists' materials, etc.. go to Smith A
Williamson, May street. The only full
line in town. 478tf
BiBiss' DAT.On Thursday of each
week will be "babies' day" at Danner's
gallery. Bring along your babies and
have their nictures taken, and you will
get one photo free of charge. S8tf
Bring Them Back. "Pap" Simons
has loaned out a brace and bit, a two
inch auger, a band-saw and other tools
If the parties are through with them,
tbey will kindly return and oblige. 80tf
Cows fob Sale. Geo. Swaggart has
about fifty bead ot fine Holstein beiters
aud older cows, fine milkers, all gentle.
It you want a good milk cow call on him
at the Ella ranoh and take your pick
Will sell reasouable. SO 3
Runaway. Last Friday Mr. T. W.
Ayers' team ran away on August street,
running down and into tbe oreek pear T.
R. Howard's place, throning tbe wagon
over on them. After removing the wagon,
the horses were taken out unhurt. No
damage to speak of
Special Election Changed. Our
people will notice that the date of special
election was ohanged from May 3d to
May 24th. To vote bonds, with provis
ions for paying interest and principal,
requires thirty days. Therefore when
tbe new water ordinance was passed the
time was extended to the above-mentioned
A Bad Hand. A young fellow named
Kucher, who aooompanied Father Lama
over from CondoD, is suffering from a
serious oase ot blood poisoning. Some
days ago he cut bis left hand severely on
i coal oil can. He was in such a serious
oondition last evening that Dr. Gagen
was called to attend him. Today be is
much better aud tble tu be around.
Sunday's services. Felix Johnson
nd wife, Mike Heury and wife, and nu
merous others of our Irish friends were
iu town Sunday to attend services at the
Catholic ohurch, Father Lama presiding.
The father will fill the pulpit at this
plaoe the first Sunday in each month.
All debts on the ohurch building have
been paid off by the bishop, to the gen
eral satisfaction of the congregation.
Hard on the Pants. Heppner has
more business men who don't adver
tise, than any town in Oregon. It's not
business anyway. Why, tbe money spent
in advertising 'vould be more than saved
in pantaloons. A man who doesen't ad
vertise has considerable time to sit
irouud, wbiob is exceedingly damaging
to the breeches, besides there's valuable
time being lost. A live man will make
Crop Outlook Good. -Messrs. Beoket
and Beyuicr of the Eight Mile eeotinn,
were in today, aud oomplain much of tbe
baok ward spring. Though not oold, it
is decidedly chilly, winter overooats be
ing in season. On the high ridges near
the mountains, as well as on the Bines
proper, a mantle of snow is seen, which
bas been falling for several days past,
when tbe lower regions of buncbgrass
were getting rain. The crop outlook was
The Manly Way. A man who will
mark his paper "refused" in the very
town where tbe paper is printed, as a
means ot informing the editor that be
don't want it any longer, is to be pitied.
It would be more manly to call at the
office and tell them to "stop the paper"
as you dida t care for the rag any longer.
That would be tbe square way to do tbe
business and tbe paper men would have
more respect for you. It's only a matter
of business anyhow if a person don't
want the Gazette he don't have to take
Small Blaze. Tbe cry of "Fire"
about 11 :45 Saturday nigbt, brought out
a goodly number of Heppner's citizens,
including Cash Rj chard and Editor Pat
terson, eoob armed with a "Babcock."
The alarm was caused by a fire in room
13 of the Palace hotel, which was oc.cn
pied by Cbas. Jones and bis son, Orval.
Mr. Jones had not retired, though bis
son was in bed at the time. When be
awakened, tbe bed covering aud furni
ture were burning fiercely, aud the room
full of Bmoke. He immediately got out
into tbe ball, giving the alarm. Brother
Hayman responded with alacrity, and
with the prompt application ot a buoket
of water, pnt it out before the bob-tailed
fire department heretofore mentioned bad
arrived. All returned to their homes
glad that 'twas no worse. Master Orval
is rather unfortunate in tbe matter of
fires, this being tbe second of tbe kind
be has experienced in the Palaoe hotel.
It probably caught from the lamp which
was overturned: some think by Master
Orval's dog, who was iu tbe room at tbe
time of tbe fire.
The Bace Track. I be interest in tbe
Heppner traok should not be allowed to
lag at this juncture, for tbe citizens have
seen by their experience of last year, how
much benefit tbe raoes are to the town.
Tbe Heppner Park Association has paid
every dollar advertised in the way of
purses, and has kept its promises good
with all borBemen who chose to bring
their horses here and participate in tbe
races. For tbe first year, it has been ex
ceedingly successful, and now let every
stockholder step forth at tbe yearly meet
ing, May 10th, and assist iu electing tbe
new officers, and don't forget that it is
necessary to pay off the debts. It bas
already paid well, iudireotly, and has
been no expense to the society, other
than tbe investment required to put it
on proper footing. Ouce paid for, it bids
fair to give direct returns. But there's
one thing tbat we a l know, that tbe
; races make money for every business
, now j Heppner, so turn out at the stock-
'holders meeting, advertised elsewhere,
: , . , . , , ,
j "P inlere'u " tbo" ot
State, District and County
for Supreme Judge,
F. A. MOORE.
LIONEL R. WEBSTER.
For Member of Congress (second District),
W. R. ELLIS.
For Circuit Judge (Seventh District),
GEORGK W ATKINS.
For Prosecuting Attorney (Seventh District),
W. H. WILSON.
For Member State Board of Equalization (Sev
JOHN L. LUCKKY.
J. N. BROWN'.
For County Judge,
For County Clerk,
T. C. AUBREY.
For County Sheriff,
N. K. M'VEY.
For County Treasurer,
W, J. LEEZER.
For County Assessor,
WALLACE W. SMEAD.
For County Surveyor,
For County School Superintendent,
W. L. BALING.
For Countv Commissioner (Full Term),
D. N. HARDMAN.
For County Commissioner (Short Term).
For County Coroner,
T. W. AYERS, JR.
For Justice of the Peace, Heppner, Mount Ver
non and Gentry Trectncts,
For Constable, Heppner, Mount Vernon and
HtcenVy the following Notlct apptarrt in th
41 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 begin ning of his llfnese he suffered from
diabetes and stomach disorder. Later the
kidneys refused to perform their functious and
he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life
of one of the most prominent men in Cali
fornia." Like thousands of other his un
timely death was the result of neglecting early
tympioms of kidney disease.
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
bi vr.nr monev on worthless liniments
and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of
the disease at once ay using inc greatest ui mi
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, 6 for S.OO.
New Millinery !
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF LATEST STYLE MILLI
nery and Ladies' Fanoy Goods direot from tbe East, I extend a cordial in
vitation to all to call and examine my stock and get prices before purchasing
MISS INEZ VOllUZ,
Thompson Building. Main Street, Heppner, Oregon
The Clydesdale Stallion !
2.000. Was sired by Fer Not (2100)0. 8.
by old Lord Haddon (3572) U. o. IS. ol
Reason, $10. Will insure tbe mare with foal and if not with foal tbia season,
will bread the season of 1H93 free ot charge. In tbe mean time if I should sell my
stallion and tbe mare he not with foal, I will refund tbe $10. Those breeding oau
nave service of stallion till October 1, '92 by coming to my residence. Will wait
till Oct. 1, '92 for tbe money if customers so deBire.
DrrcrRTPTinM ' RIG0Lor 18 8 blaolt "ith blaok mRDe anJ "' 17 bands
L'h.SCKlI'lIiJN . njl,h 8Dd weighs about 2.000 Donnds : is of a kind, gentle
disposition, and a good traveler. Was
P RIGOLOT was aired by Caleb (3,796), be by Paul, belonging
i bUIOKt.lv. toM. Dnboisj dam Coootle, (10,407), by Polydor, (7731), be by
Panl, belonging to M. Dubois. Has been duly entered for registry hi Vol. V, of
tbe Pereberon Stud Book, of Amerioa, and bis recorded nnrnher is 8,048. Was im
ported in 1887 by McNaugut, Franklin dV Co., of Lexington, Ills.
SEASON $12, payable
with foal, $15, payable
ance of colt $20, payable when colt stands
All Care will be Taken to Pr
be Responsible should any Occur.
UKOWN & YOUNG,
80-1 to 6 T. EIGHT MILE, OREOON
State,iDisf rict and County
For Supreme Judge,
ALFRED S. BENNETT.
GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN.
For Member of Congress (Second.Diatrict),
JAMES B. SLATER.
For Circuit Judge (Seventh District), 3a
W. L. BRADSUAW.
For Prosecuting Attorney (Seventh District),
J. F. MOORE.
For Member State Board of Equalization, (Sev
J. C. THOMPSON.
For County Judge,
For County Clerk,
J. W. MORROW.
For County Sheriff,
For County Treasurer,
' J. W. MATLOCK.
For Couuty Assessor,
R. L. SHAW.
For County Surveyor,
D. W. JENKINS.
For Couuty School Superintendent,
R. W. TURNER.
For County Commissioner (Long Term),
J. M. BAKER.
For County Commissioner (Short Term),
For County Coroner,
T. W. AYERS, SR.
For Justice of the Peace, Heppner, Mount Vor
non and Gentry V reclncts,
W. A. KIRK.
For Constable, Heppner. Mount Veruon and
J. J. ROBERTS.
Ol Justice is on tbe sick list. Dr.
Gagen is iu attendance.
When in Arlington, stop at tbe Ben
nett bouse, near the depot. 61-tf
It is tbe general opinion tbat tbe fruit
is yet uninjured. May it be so.
Perry Snyder leaves tomorrow morn
ing fur a brief visit to Ilwuco, Waab.
Furniture. Kor all kinds of furniture,
bedroom sets, lounges, chairs, etc., don't
fail to call on Smith & Williamson, May
street., Heppner, Or. Tbe best plsoe to
make your purchases. 476tf
Thuve re-opened this well-known house to the
public, and solicit a share of the patronage.
Per day 100
Board per week 600
" with room : 6 00
Mv table Is always supplied with the best the
MRS. BASEY It DAUGHTER.
67-tf-s-w l'rops. .
Stand the Season at the Following Places:
On Mondays and Tuesdays, Morrow Sta
ble, Heppner; Wednesdays and Thurs
days, Turn Barneii's Stable, Lexington;
balance of time al my ranch, 5 1-2 miles
southeast of Heppner,
Top Gallant is a Dark Dappled Bay, with
in face; both bind feet white; weiirht about
B. of Great Britain; Dam, Nell (16S6),
This Fine Stallion will make the ensuing
Season, Commencing April 15th,
at the Ranch of
J. JS. YOUNG,
One and one-half miles west of Eight Mile Center.
foaled May 10, 1886.
at tbe end of tbe season. Insurance of mare
when such is known to be tbe case. Insur
event Accidents but will not
ability of not finding standing room in
our big Btore. You should Frequently
visit us and be among the many success
ful bargain hunters, sometimes we buy
great drives and they aru sold before wo
can advertise them.
ability of getting "stuck" on some infer
ior or back number article if you Insist
on trading at some fosBilUed 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 ot getting left U you don't heed
our word. We speak nought but the
rruth. It is not only unfair, but uawure
and unprofitable to declve.
Yours to pleaae, .
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAT STREET, HEPPNKR, OH.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Mask on Uhort Notice anh at Populak Pules.
S Bread 22 Loaves for $1.00.
""HE CITY -OTEL,
W. J. I.KKZRH, Prop.
r1HIS HOSTELRY bag been Refitted aud Ricfdnihukd throughout, and sow
is one of tbe most inviting places in Heppner. Mr. Leezer invites you to Btop
with him, feeling tbat be is able to entertain you in the best of style.
- 50 Oents
O. B. FARNWOKTH, Fret. E. O. SPEKKV, Vice Free. S. B. BISHOP, Treaturer.
T. E. FELL, Secretary and Manager.
Tie Morrow County
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.00. PAID UP, $25,000.00.
teal Ussi and Forwarding kits.
DEALERS IN GRAIN, LUMBER, WOOD.
Operating Warehouses at Heppner, lone and Douglas, on the
Heppner Branch of the U. P. H. R.
O. E. FarriBWorsh, J. A. Thompson,
Nelson j ones cuwara nay, m. renmuu, ainamei eijo,
Ed. H. Bishop, 'I I R' run K. Fell, W. E, Elliott, Juhn L. Ayers,
Ed. 8. Cox, J. A. Woolcry, N, A. Kelly, James Jones,
J. K. Frlck, O. T. Doulns, E. G. Bpcrry. Anson Wright. A, B. ClmPinan.
IT IB the purpose of the stockholders of tills oompany to conduct its business in a mannvr
mutually ndvantaKoous to all wool and grain producers ot thin section , and to maintain the
favorable 1 ome market which It has established. During the coming wool season we wilt It
the burliness of all wool growers aud request them to send their ullp to the "Wool Urowers'
Having enlarged the Heppner Warehouse, and roofed all plHtforms, we have double the
storage capacity of any other warehouse in Eastern Oregon, well lighted lor the display of wool
"The Wool Growers' Warehouse.'
NAILS AND SUGAR. I TOM A TO KETCHUP A HAMMERS
PEARL BARLEY AND PADLOCKS. CANNED GOODS A AMMUNITION.
Strange Combinations to be Found Only at The Combin
ed Grocery and Hardware Store of
P. C. THOMPSON COMPANY,
Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Confectionery Wood &
Willow Ware and Agricultural Implements. AgeuU
for NEW HOME Sewing Machines and IMPERIAL
LUMBERMAN'S' TOOLS A SPECIALTY.
Table Cutlery. Sheum, BcinnorH, Pookt KulveH, and Riizors at
Kemnrkably Low I'riiws. Hcoiiil inducements to Oimb Ciis
toinerd. Oive na a trial.
tf. Corner Main aud Willow Streets, Heppner Or.
SWEETS, FIRST IN OYSTFRS, FIRST
In the Hustle with their Countrymen.
Fiffl dnorn North cf Mm I'liUce lintel, ITeppner, Or.
Fine Imported and luiwslic Cigars ttivl Tobaccos
Fresh fruits and other Goods Received Daihj.
I Board per week
1 Board per weeS with room
Land & Trust Company
O. A. Herren, V. C. Thompson,