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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View This Issue
AV. II. Wilson
Hogulttr Republican Nofltfuwor
For tie Seventh Judicial District.
Give your business to Heppner people,
and therefore assist to buildup Hepp
ner. Patronize those who patronize
If the ytriifjg tliari'of our lonesome "c'oti
temporary who- brains l gnat n3
swallowe a OBniel, had added .a few more
"Bruins of fact" to his buBhel ot fanoy,
his "Boomerang Charge" would have
been lees likely to have shattered the
glass in his ewn straw residence. - - -
"Gratiana's reasons are like two grains
of wheat in a bushel of chaff. When you
have found them you have found noth
ing." . .
The printed circular referred to wis
published at Judge Watkins' request, as
a matter of personal, protection , to hjs
own danvassi against obunter claims,
originated and pnt in circulation by Mr;
13radshaw and his friends, boastfully
presuming to show, that the latter' rec
ord of court work surpasses in point of,
alacrity the disposition of business by
bis political opponent. While it' Vs not'
made a printed statement, in a verbal
way, it was doing a hustling business. .in.
a mouth to mouth canvass. If the young
man would take the trouble to find .put
who his neighbors arid townsmeVarfe, he
would have, learned that F.J. Hullotik
was deputy county olerk, and has been,
ever since Alorrow county was organized,
aotiug liS Conrt clerk during'every term
of court heid by -either' Judge' Watkins'
or liradshawrthough not constantly in
active service in, the .clerk's. office. .No.
one is better acquainted with the court
reoords of Morrow county than Mr. Hal
lock, therefore he was asked to look the
mutter up, and did so, certifying to: the
same, Binned "J. W. Motrow,. county
clerk, by F. J. Hallock, deputy.",. Had
Mr. Morrow been requested in an official
way, and in person, to have compared
the records and to- have ertified 'as to
the correctness of the mime, whether .for,
or against his cboioe of candidates (for
the oilioe of judge, he would have been
doing his whole duty, and nothing more,
to have dons so. ; :Yet .Mr. Halluok. eon'
sidered tuottliere were some small soul-
eu people in tuis world, wno are ever
ready to make mountains out of mole
hills; and as he did-not wish1 to bring
the clerk's name into the controversy, he
uetncueu the certmcate and made
affidavit as to the facts in the case before
the first notary public lie 'could find,
whoso duty it was to attest the tacts 'as
sworn to by Mr. llallook. This notary
happened to be J. N. Brown. What does
the young man mean by "Nullitiers of
court -calendars1 and published' 'state
ments in papers that the whole public'
limy read?" i,.
Can it be possible he is so lost to mod
esty as to presume his own columns
could curry anything to such a desired
Both judges have done' themselves
credit in expediting business; 'and there
is littlo to be gained by .these claims and
counter claims. The comparative Btate;,;
uitmi m mi uuuuLieu wuere maue gives
Watkins the better' showing,' however,
and t lie letter from the Wiiboo -county
democratic pontraj committee conceding
it to he impartial and oorrectyet.KlVep
the advantage of time to Mr. VVatkins.
The statement that Judge liruflsha'w had
mueli uuluusheu work from his "prede
cessor's docket to,, dispose,. of, .has little
weight, Huioe it, in no ,way, nilectq, the
average time devoted to each jury ouse
tried. , .
The smallest part of this- business is
the attempt to iujure F. J. Hallock, and
J. N. Brown. Mr. llallook was naked as
a deputy clork.'fiimiliar with the court
reoords to compare the Work of' Jiidges
BiudsUaw and Watkiim, and he did his
duty in the matter. Mr.. Hallock made
affidavit as to the correctness ,pf,.the
same before J. 'N, Brown, a notary pub
lic for 'Oregon, whose only 'drtty m the
mutter was to. put Mr. Hallock on oath
as to tlie facts, , Had Mr, Brown refused
to have done so, he could have consist
ently expected at uuy time a revocation
of his commission. "
There are complaints abroad that "the
board of equalization raised the assess
ment ou cattle and luwered the, same on
sheep in this, ooupty, and.., tffL. m.iwm
tine wiis done the cattlemen. Let us see.
Morrow county's assessment ' on cattle
was raiaed ten per' oetit,,' tnaking the
average valueSIMW per head. Malheur's
ii jflillfi; Htirney'H, . Jia.p7j,,,Urapt's,
12.44; tiilliam's', 12.2l; Cook's, $113(1.
These are the cuttle Values per head as
sout in by' the aNsbsaore of IheV respective
counties, aud whers oattlenre raiaed uu'
der the same conditions as iu Morrow,
county. Dou't look like our eattjouioa
had been wronged; does HI " '
The board reduced the valne placed on
the Bheep of Morrow county, iive'per
oeut., ortpifl.T'L It waB,the,ipteut,iqn,to
make it im hourly $1.75 per head as'pos
Bible. Mnlheur'a sheep Were placed1 at
that figure as were those' of Hrant; Elnr
iiey'a, St 77;Oilliam's Jfl.77; Crook, $1.7U.'
Morrow's cattle : wont to thij.jstate
board aHseBsed at 810.81 and her sheep
ut Shrift' As comparod with bthet' tO'fin-'
ties iu Eastern Oregon adjoining US', mit
tle were assessed too low and slump too
hit'li, hence tho respective increase aud
Uuu frieud, K. J. llemkioks, oftheBa
leiu Htaleaniau, is a oandidnte for.Qollegt-i
or of ciiHtiiniH ut l'orthuid. No better
man could be chosen. ,'
Tun Allianoo lleraUl is using language
coneeming the candidacy of Iloii. r. R
Kllis, that Hhows the dirty,' sneaking
principle ot the editors, plainer than day
light. Whore the candidates for congress
are all well known, Kllis shines as the
peer of them all . As far na John 0. I.uce
iH concerned, be is in no way qualitied
for any responsible oftioe, muoh ! that
of congressman. . .Between man and niauj
Mr. Luce may be a perfect geutlemau. ,
Tim speeches of Messrs. Ellis and Mil
lor, last evening were calm and forcible.
They dealt with the issues of the day.
There was no attempt to amuse angry
passions or prejudices. Mr. Miller made
a good point in comparing the platforms
of the two great parties on protection
and free trades M r. Kllis - impressed
everyone us a broad-guage man who will
work with equal zeal for all parts of the
largo district whicb we uro ooulideut he
will he elected to represent in oougress.
Wb Ami in receipt of A oolnmunioiitidlf
from Sciatlioru (JrennB regarding fliepftni
didacy W M li. Wotwtar lor atlofnoyij
general, T publish it herewfthfbttl
will say ttiat it oontauis little to change
public opinion. The Gazette is an iiiiU
pendent paper, but it will he frank. All
tilings (aB lul, jt-, would avoj" tb
repuhlioiiD audidate for pjlio iu pref
erence to that of any ther party. As
between Webster and Chamberlain, the
latter undoubtedly has .the bpgt o jHi
the minds of the iiuIsuenileiA Voter.2
:lviht, flaky and'die&bltf -,p rninail Hifc3s- of
:: ,-fine pastr
i . . 's M
der without butter Or with ofie
b can be made afrit D PH&'fiTeaA IfeifttrPoi'-
ferred, or with a small quantity of lard or other shortening
as desired. Pie crust made ip this ;fa,f i tporefwjialj goii)e f
ftid digestible besides being- more economical and easier jre"-
pared iri addition lb saving all
I' " third the flour is also dispensed
' that much thinner; the raiBirTg qualities of Dr. Price's Powder
swelling it to the requisite thickness - Those. jvhojeijp t'lys ;
appetizing qualities of the .delicious home .made
rejoice to know this secret
--! Dr. Price's Cream BaKiflgf Powder is the onlMvdefJ
, that contains the white of eggs..' i
... Dr, Price's Cream
;" j ported by all authorities
, Alum, , or auy other adulterant. In fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has never been ques ,
tioned. ., . , ;
(- j Continued from 1st puyc.
i'ii ' ., .U .I..M ., !. . ...11 1,. ,.
iporease 100ije5fipnt,,,Ne,ye bnve to, feed
more than one month.- During, the past
winter sheep have lived on the range all
right.""Li6nfl is- 10 pef aore with mod
darate,ittprav.ement8.V:i,.: ? ..... .. .. .
i Mr. 4siania hae yerv g.uiet way about
everything he does; but he keeps moving
along and is never found wanting when
weighed in the balance that tries -men's
souls. He has dona, well liere and oan
cheerfully repommend the country, He
is a man that would be good in any coun
try, and it is 'not saying too much when
all his acquaintances' speak-well-of him.
1 -.JCrHNR'BOYSB '' - -'
Is e thorOuglibred-rustler. ' He oame
from the Willamette, valley thirteen
years since and settled on the bunch
grass hills, where he now rests in peace
and comfort. That he is the best' farmer
in this -part of Morrow bounty is con
ceded by. all, and what -everybody says
is generally true. Mr. Itoyse has ,860,
acres of land with ifflO in cultivation.
General average wheat crop given below
argues-that way.-"" i "
. j .....avecftgo 40.,)jDKliiflji.iir. auce.
,rri7. ...1 ( ..IM .,
i, ,. General averaKC iia.-'i " " "..
This result la'dhe ' to proper and thor
ough farming. 1 While the majority of
farmers give,, thje, cost ot , raising wheat
atobout So per ffire, fit. Kpyso ngures
lit qpt at 87.11." No better equipped farm
haa been seen on the rounds; "go6d
horsese'the moat approved 'patterns. of
farm machinery) aud every possible in
dention of thrift and good management.
Mr,' HoyBe settled on' a 'farm for his
health, at that tiinb it Is true his finan
cial condition1 was .'somewhat strained,
bis on tire capital amounting to. six bits,
and his credit would not bnv a mutton.
while today his 'word would be good for
10,000 Bheep.' ' It has often been asserted
that city farmers were failures, or in other
words, .professional men oould not make
farming pay. It's all bosh 1 Mr. Koyse
secured a classical education and at the
ane ot twenty-one began teaohing. For
twelve years he followed his chosen vo
cation; during that period he held many
important positions, one being a pro
fessor at the Jellcrson Institute, Jeffer
son, Oregon, afterward prinoipal of pub
lic Bouoole at i.Jleppner, (Jregon. Ills
health tailed and he was compelled to
resort to open air treatment. The same
prinoipal applied to farming will make a
suocesa Of it Hint wins in business, i. e.
thoroughness . aud care as to small
tbiugt., Mr. Hoyse has a pleasant home,
an amiable wife, some bright, promising
fyojs, aiid ' altogether the oase presents
about Ra tine a picture of farm life as it
has jbeen our pleasure to note. The
bova are given to mental imnrnveinent.
and Willie aud Clyde are pretty handy
witn instrumental music. Ivan is too
btisy with some of the complex questions
wf mathematics to pay auy attention to
music just now,, ,
Has been obielly engaged in stook rais
ing. lie thinks .there would be some
money in the huer grades of horses and
oattlp. There is a fair chance hero for
"' j oius. kMkkv.
"Engaged in stock raising, only farm
enough td raise hay to protect Btock in
wihteri did not feed stock duriug the
past winter to exceed two weeks."
JAMK8 O, WILLIAMS
Drives a line team, does a thriving busi
ness in larmiug ami is not afraid to ex
press bfs sentiments in "opou meeting."
ihisi country needs more Buoh norvv
plain upokou, resolute fellows. '
i I ; r . . .3. II. BOYSE
Is a practical farmer who works like a
.master builder and has a good word to
ay for the country iu which he lives.
Mr. ltoyse has a flue team, a good or-
ohnnl, profitable farm, dou't want to soil,
d in t know w here one would go to beat
this country, good prospect for crop aud
values ou real estate are advancing.
Good day, oall again."
tooiited here seventeen years Bgo, and
has been engaged iu wool growing- Ot
the busiui'Sii he anvs: "Wool growing is
(airly lucrative, still there is a chance to
Ipse plenty of money if the greatest care
is not exeroised. I have tiOOO sheep,
average wool clip 8 pounds, average
price of wool oeuts, average per oeut
iuorfase 70, fenced ranch consists of
2000 acres, pay herders (Jltl) per month
and board." '
- KUliLS SAY BUS,
The champion ohuper of the Hardman
country, sheared a sheep in '.'tj minutes.
Pretty nimble -work.' Next I It has !
wa)B been a mystery why farmers, good
steady.old rheumatic tanners, will leave
theif ponies and V nt to some obscure
corner or tne ertt "to gnear." TUamys
tery is Bolver--hii in a iwoluded dell
hard Jy, jron'i'Cuil vilthge pt dueky
maiaeiis, whoseunk's onn be only wou
by feats of .daring and athletio sports,
Ycb, its (ill ver well for yufl old codgers
to go down over thKJtill and have
wruaklhtg iti&tol! ad horse races with
the Indians: bliti'T Jour dear ivives ltud
it out, heaven help you.
3;t3vr tSdlttlt-ttUil dowa.the Bteep grade
iGe gittoths fr -Aklaoud pleasant
Witlunit i llifitter.
v .t'i W -m ft:
Half the ttgnal onion";
the bnpHff psid.; 6re-'
with, 'and fWcrilst is rolled
as' free from Ammonia
groves that surround the artistic hoineo
" j UEL'BEN ALLEN, " ' : 1 1
who:hae carved success on the wall of
every undertaking. He is a political en
thusiast. .Mr. Allen. entertains -royally)
and is surrounded; b,y,.,ap . interesting,
family group. After three hours of rest
and intellectual refreshment bur" march
was resnmed'nnd higlit"foiind''us knock
ing at the gates of , Ben Packer's plaos
tor admission. ,i - : , ....
Ben Parker and Peter Gleason came
into the woods ' a "few ."year3'"h'go iihfl
started a saw mill. "They have manufac
tured and sold lumber to , any one who
would lianl-.it, away,, , regardjess of
whether the man had the money to pay
for it or not. ' lien says, "he ti& , always
made it a rnlfl not to turn any brie nway
that wished to stop Over .night, .but that
he was inolined to draw the line lit poli
ticians and newspaper correspondents."
The firm owns' a 'large.' tract Of ' timber,
Borne 3000-aores, a- godd tolll, excellent
farui buildingsj .fine stock of horses..
Among the band is to.be seen two ,th(ir:
oughbred registered Norman horses, a
fine band of cattle, and everything' else
that is essential to a Well ordered ranch1.
Ben Parker is kuo.woall over Oregon. nnd
anything said ,at this time, apd; place
Would be only a repetition of what has
been said. Our acquaintance with him;'
though brief.'hftS'been ttiorongh, and the
verjljet is that he is every inch a kiug,"
" Tnioonolusidn it. may be proper to say to
foreign readers that the statements made
by farmers' are "hot' In' tile least' extrabr-.dinary.-'The'Soil
itttliis part-it Oregon-
is capableiof, wmnd,eiul results when. put
to a true, test, i There is abpudiui room
uere lor moroiigu praciioai inrmers-
men' Who 'at-b not afiaid to do good wtfrlt
Wr.riood 'pay. Come Und see for yourself.
brother,,,, It, you haw. a, family leave it
Tp'your quiet , Enstern, hpme until you
have; thoroughly , convinced yourself, of
tue. actual merit our country possesses
,,, Oiee more wfr desire to publicly thank
our imany friends in all parts of - the
country for speoial favors.
Hardman, May 25, 1892, '
Dlt. DAKHIN'S CUKES.
From the Oregonian.
Joseph Leader, Taylor poBtolUce,.Or,;
totaf aeatnoBs six years, cured, u. It
Matthews, -hagle Point, Or. ; consumption
audllarge tumoT. cured. H. A. Tuoker.
president of the bank at Genesee, Idaho;
oatarrn lu years cured. 1j. M. Oommons
ltussell street, Albiun, Or, ; sciatic rheu
matism ami lumbago, cured. B. V. Pope,
llonlton. Or.; diabetes, Bright s disease
and catarrh of the bladder, restored-. W
H. Pettis, agent Manual Life Insurance
Company, 33 Stark Btreet, Portland;
lit. Darrin gives the latest improved
remedies lor chrome diseases of men and
women. His eleotric methods are i
tirely new for absolutely curing Seminal
Weakness, Spermatorrhioa, Impotenoy,
Varicooeje, Hydrocele, Stricture, Gleet
Syphilis, Veuerial diseases. Wasting
diseases from mental anxiety, over study
aimse uy youtuiiil lollies and ignorance
of nature s laws, excesses of maturity,
deollning years, badly treated or neglect,
private or veneral diseases, resulting in
mental nnd physical destruction, early
decay and lossof life's pleasures. Special
attention given to Throat, Lung, Eye aud
Ear, Blood, Private, Nervous diseases,
Gatarih and Deafness nnd all Curable
Gurpnio and Special Diseases. Oiliees
270'i; Washington street, Portland, and
the ilteview building, Spoknne, Wash
Hours, 10 to 5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday,
10 to 12. . Consultation free nnd confiden
tial,. Question blanks and circulars sent
TO THIS l'Ptll.lC.
About the last of September or the
first of October in 1HSHJ, someone on
Hook oreek branded a colt that belonged
to me. Cal Kobison and Bob Veaeu
were seen with the colt. Wm. lugrum,
Dob Warren and myself went down
liook creek aud found the colt just above
Veach's place on the creek. I took the
the colt home. I brought the case be
fore, the graud jury but they ignored it,
evideuoe not being Biillieient. In the
meantime, Veaoh snipped the country.
Now comes oertniu parties and tell that
I have compromised with Cal Rohisou.
It's a malicious lie and the scrub knows
it. As soon as I can see certain parties
I will give him a show to prove it. I
have not given up the oase and will pros
ecute it as soou as I tiud certaiu wit
nesses. This is only spite work to
injure me because I ntn a candidate.
Haudman, June 2d, lSOi'.
Across the llet'p, to tlio Fur West,
Ou ateamboata, oars and stage-coaches,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is carried as
the most important item in the materia
luedica of the traveling public. It de
prives vitiated, brackish water of its
hurtful properties anil csecrable flavor,
oounterBCta the pernicious etleots upon
stomach of bad or indigestible food, rein -
edies cramps, heartburn and wind upon
the stomach. It is atiue defense against
iialarial disorders, nullities the effects
Of excessive beat, cold and damp, relieves
lick headaches, aud is an incomparable
cure for costiveness and biliousness, j
The fatigue of travel often tells most dis-!
astrously upon invalids aud oonval- j
esoeuts, occasionally to snob an extent !
h to jeopardize life. Persous iu feeble
health, apprehensive of bad effects from
travel, will, if provided with the Bitters,
be far less likely to have their fears realized.
- M i sw y. t?
Tak(!lciasWe iiiliiV)cing,tJi,aJip; if prepared to iill allorders
iiillipl;r lai..gras,l jiB constanlly on .hand
FnlFTiinft i.f Well Selected Sill, . Ik inlfe, Oniits, lips .....
- - - IN -FACT -EVERYTHlNOiO-bfcr tUWth
'A CarefuMnspection of Goods-and5 Prices will Convince the
iSsSS tlothifif 4mm!
. . U at Tri'i- am.h T-i -ir:r ( .O WIO
'.- -ill;., I ' -j ' ' " "' .
You will find our Clothing! Department with
an assortment, including Square Cut Sacks,
Three and Four Button Frocks, made of the
best American Weaver Scotch Woolen Wror
'8teds,.OheviotSj made p to sell in full suits.
$25.00 !Suits rccluced
20.00 : : .-'.."-
1.7,50 ' ;,;
; ) 5.oo .:'. v;::;:;,
12:50 7 ," -u-! ;
Men's and Boys' Hats and
" Examine the goods and von will find -all
shades and colors; vvhioh will gjve satisfaction .
Before purchasing, call and enamSne my; stock
A. TIKKiiEN'R IBtritDlNGr, May Street,
','..'...'..'..'.r,T,. T-Heppner, Oregon.' . -. : '
XV. J. rvB51S5CEl, I r!.
riSHIS HOSTELKY has been Befitted and Eefdnisued throughout, and now
is one of the mdst inviting places in Heppner. Mr. Lfiezer invites you to stop
with him, feeling that he ia able to entertain you in the1 best of style. ' '
First Class House. .
CAN WE SUPPLY YOUR SPRING SHOES ?
Our Spring Footwear is' the" Best and
the Cheapest. : ..:
Ar the fllioemntt?r, a nioo new shoe,
The gout, the oiH, aud the kangaroo, .
Joined by the alligator, too,
All (irojiped in to find out whether
iwtiji anyoi tneirioiKs tnat iu uian a tneicainer.
M. LICHTENTHitL & COS
.... . ; . )
Alc&irx Street, Heppner O i.
I . '. . HarEiman,
1?. SCRIVNBR, lrop.
E, L. BROHST
Was in our circuit of the Ely settlement
and, by some unaccountable manner
overlooked. Mr. Brobst is a thorough
practical farmer, has a pleasant home
aud every indication of prosperity. Mr.
llrobst is a good blacksmith as well as a
good neighbor. He takes an active in
tereft in every means that presents itself
for' the advancement of the neighborhood
aud is in every way a worthy citizen. -
rtnnder's Oregon Blood Purifier is
the great conqueror of Biliousness and
Liver complaint. Relief certain iu every
ouse. Sold at one dollar a bottle. Try it.
The following letters remain unolaimed
at the louglns Oregon:, Alex. Graham,
Lotus Kensen, John Fry. -
S. White, P. M.
THE NATIONAL CONVENTIONS.
A rate of one fare for the round trip to
Minneapolis and Chicago, republican
and democratic conventions, has been
authorized. Tickets to be good going
aud retnruiug same Tonte, to be sold
ouly for traius arriving at Minneapolis
I on June 5tb and b'th, and at Chicago on
jutw i;it, and '20th. Keturn portion to
1 ie limited to 30 days from date of sale,
j Tickets returning via Shasta route or
j Union Pacific steamer between San
j Francisco and Portland will be $15.00
i bigher. Chicago tickets, if routed via
Moux Citv and St. Paul, iu either direc
tion, will be S7.1H) higher thau the direot
route. For further information oall on
or address J. C. Hart, Agent,
W. H. Hi rlhi rt, Heppner, Or.
Asst. den. Pass. Agt.,
54 Wash. St., Portland, Or.
Henry Heppner is improving rapidly
liuder the care of Dr. E. T. Oagen.
Caps at Factory Prices
We j isU thftt every tnody. knew- : 4vl. y.
What elejafant stock wemt in.eaeh sjioo '
I Andlkerp on hand to'heneflt you.- f " -j;
I All grades, stylus and ahnpt'B togother;-'
Oregon ?. If. t'-
ICorLD know that the Furniture has arrived,
jbeen sold and more put in its pmco at way
Call for prices at Heppner Furniture Co.'s
Mam street, opposite f.c, thompsouLo. b
It? I I - .' ::
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given to the stockholders of
the lorrow County Land A Trout Co., that a
mevtine will be held at the oltioe of the compa
ny, in Heppner, Oregon, on Saturday evening,
July 9. lMti, for the purpose of voting upon the
reduction of the capital stock of company from
$1UO,0OO.OU to f&.OUtMiO.
By order of the directors,
J. B, SPRRRY,
T. E. Fell, Vice President.
A new nd Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories, ointment iu Capsules, also in Box
andi'ins; a positive Cure for External, Inter
nal, iBUnd or Bleetiing. Itching, Chronic, Recent
or Hereditary Piles, aud many other diseases
and female weaknesses; it is always a great ben
efit to the general health. The first discovery of
a medical cure rtfiutwlnfc n opertbm wtth the
knife unnee8sry hereafter. -nl renledy hn
nev(jr leen known to fail. f ttorbos, 6 for
sent by mail. Why sutler from this terrible dis
ease; when a written guarantee is given with 6
boxfs, to refund the money if not uureti. Send
stanjp for tree sample. Ouftmutee twued hr
WoqiiwsRD. 1'lakk & Co., Wholesale A: Retail
Dru(tists, Sne Agents, Portland, Or.
CHAS. H. DODD & COi
; .FARM ; MACHINERY ;
' 1 " ' i MlOnt, '.IM
FRONT, FIEST AKD 'VIKE STS., POETLAND, OR.
BUCKEYE MOVB ! AMD R EAPER.!
use to-day, nun ui uinyt-rmif ......
''"" "'" tn-ovi's them to lid the nW opnlr in umrket. ......
HODGES' HAINES JHEADERS-'
BUCKEYE STEEL FRAME;, BiNDEfi,
-' " DtoHacalMtte'roV'Slrm;lli. 9 iji,rbltltjr;i,-i';;- ''J"
Adwaiice leaPDisehaPcje Binder
Most Economical llliul. l- lik iiho. Ileqnir less wer, fisem less twtne than
SCHUTTLER AND TfllLBURN FAR WAGONS
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F0UR-SPR1NC MOUNTAIN WAGONS AND
MILLER'S STAR VIBRATING THRESHER.
AULTWIAN'S STAR TRACTION ENGINE.
The most Elective " Succesful combination for'
'nireshigniilClcnuing Grain ever constructed.
- SpikI for 1SD2 Catmlofriic. 1-ruc.
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'. ! LEXINGTON, OltKOON.
! Is ready to receive wool' on storage for
sale or shipment, and also to do a gen--'.-.'
ieral torwardinir business.
!;Ship care of
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I Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
IIKnl-R FL()IJRLQ MILL COMPANY.
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! T. W. A YEllS, Sr., Manager. 448
EXT DOOR io M. Lichtenfhal & Co.'s Shoe Store, Main
Streei, Keen on hand a Fine Line of Liauors.
Wmes, Cigars, Etc. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler; Beer to.,
S Cents Per Glass,
On draught, fresh and cool. .Luuch of ull. kinds. ;;Hope i , "
to see nil their old friends and many more. "'
OSMER8 & .HUGHES, ..Props. .
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HOLlltJCSWORTH & TAYLOR HAND AND
DEERE HAY-LOADER AND MUOCETT IM
HAY-PRESSES, PORTER'S HORSE HAY-
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' ; Proprietor.
Beer Hall !
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ELL FURNISHED ROOMS
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Mk Margaret VonCadow, Man