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Oive your business to Heppner people,
and therefore assist to build up Hepp
ner. Patronize those who patronize
OUR COUNTRY ROADS.
The Gazette is just in receipt of 8 me
morial to oongress on the subject of a
comprehensive exhibit of roBd, their
construction and maintenance, at the
World's Colombian Exposition. This is
certainly a grand move, and one in the
right direction, and merits the support
of every loyal American citizen. Although
the road of today is a great improvement
over that of half a century since, yet
there has been too much money expend
ed for this improvement, and, too, without
any system. Americans could learn b
great deal regarding the propriety of
good roads from the older nations, for
example, the Komarjs or Germans.
"In the old Roman days all roads led
to Rome," and they were good roads.
They built roads for military and com
mercial purposes, and the wisdom of
their enterprise was apparent even in
that early day. European nations today
regard road-making as one of their eco
nomic questions, and it does seem thai
our government, in its honest endeavor
to benefit the agricultural classes, should
have thought of good roads long ago.
We want and must have splendid high
ways, owned not by corporations but by
the people. They will be an economical
investment and an untold comfort to the
traveler. With this in view, certainly
muob good could be accomplished and
a more comprehensive idea of improved
roads and road-making machinery would
be bad, if a department was created at
the World's Colnmbian Exposition, wbioh
would cover road-making machinery of
all kinds, as well as the different meth
ods of roud-making, and exhibits of cross
sections of improved roads. Thus the
American people and others who will vis
it the exposition will have an opportunity
to observe and compare the different
methods, and the different kinds of roads,
that they may be enoouraged in the work
of building better roads in their immedi
There is no interest in the United
States thnt has suffered so much us that
of the roads. The roads of this oountry
have not kept pace with the other im
provements and anything that will en
courage and stimulate our people to the
necessity of not only better paving in the
large cities, but also more substantial
oountry roads, will contribute more to
the earning power of our people than any
other branch that will engage the atten
tion of the people who will visit the great
The Gazette would suggest to its read
ers that tbey write our congressman for
a copy of this Memorial, as it will be
mailed to anyone on application.
Hon. T. E. Full informs the editor of
this pnper that there ore others that will
make water and light propositions to the
town of Heppner, which are more favor
able than the one npw before lis. If
sunn is the ease, they should be made at
once as the election is near at hand. Tho
council will meet at any time tooonsidor
anything of that sort. If the Gates prop-
osilion comes to a vote and is defeated,
we pre afraid that it will sound the death
knell of Heppner, so far as water is con
cerned, for some time to come. But the
Gazette will be for the next best thing,
even though the people defeat the prop
osition before them now. To be other
wise would be stubborn, Belflsb. The
Gazette has no personal interest in the
Gates plan, but it has in Heppner, and
will Bay that it is the best and most prac
tical plan so far presented, for securing
water and light, thereby beautifying the
town, increasing the value of property
and population and lessening the risk of
doing business hero. Don't you think
that if the risk is less, that Heppner will
be re-rated? Of course it will.
Oakehdai.e, Washington, a bountiful,
thriving city, and one of the most (lour
ishing in tho l'alouse oountry, and Bay
City, a progressive center in Miohigau,
wore both visited by very destructive
tires hiBt Monday. More than halt, and
thnt part which was the pride of each
oily, is now in ashes. Heppner, the me
tropolis of Morrow oonuty, though one
of the most fortunate towns in existence,
may sometime be entirely destroyed by
lire, owing to tho entire absence of wa
ter for its protection. Taxpayers, ere
long you will have an opportunity to ex
press yourselves. The question at issue
is, whether we shall have an ample sup
ply of water for our fair city's protection,
or shall we leave it as it is, at the abso
lute mercy of the destructive fire that
niny visit us soon. Consider this matter
well before you vote.
Tup. uext clectious of any national im
portance will be held in Alabama on the
second Monday in August, Vermont on
the first Monday in September, and
Maine on the second Monday in Septem
ber, state officers and members of con
gress will be elected.
I ONOiiKss will probably adjourn ou
next Moudny. It is to be hoped that it
will, fur it has been a success in nothing
executing an enormous expense to the
country. It might huve adjourned
months ago with both profit ami credit
tu the Vnited States.
I'uom a copy of the Fortlaml Review
which we tlud on our table, we uote that
Isaac Stem is uow connected with that
paper as husiuess manager. Many will
remember Mr. Stern as the gontlemau
who wrote up Heppner last summer, for
the Portland World.
Gkttixu into prison is unlucky, espec
ially when ooupled with the fateful num
ber 13. Just that many prisoners were
trunk by lightning in a Mexioo jail a
fow days since.
I' ink HoituKM Gone. Ou July 5th, two
mares belouging to W. II. Babb, of Echo,
were stolen from the Matlock breeding
ranoh. These mares are'Neva Winters"
and "Hilda," worth perhaps, 1500 apiece.
Although Dot responsible, Cass Matlock
will pay well for Information leading to
SOVEREIGN Git AND LODGE I. O. O. F.
To the Members of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows.
Sirs and Brothers: The Sovereign
Grand lodge will hold its next regular
session within the jurisdiction of Oregon,
oonvening at the city of Portland on the
19th day of September, 1892.
The selection of Oregon's chief city as
the place for holding the annual session
of this grand body, is a high compliment
to this jurisdiction and a merited recog
nition of the growing importance of the
Appreciating the honor conferred, and
desirous that this illustrious body should
be received in a manner worthy of a peo
ple already noted for hospitality, the
Grand Lodge aud Grand Encampment
of Oregon have made liberal appropria
tions for the purpose, and the brother
hood throughout the state have signified
their intention to be present and assist
in reoeiving our distinguished visitors
with befitting ceremony.
Our isolation from the great centres of
wealth and population, additional mile
age and increased expense, make it prob
able that another session of the Sover
eign Grand Lodge will not be held with
ta our state during this generation.
A cordial invitation is extended tu all
surrounding jurisdictions to join us in
the celebration of this great event in our
uiBtory as an order.
The oominittee have reason to expect
that every jurisdiction west of the Kocky
mountains will be represented. Reduced
rates of transportation will be given on
all lines west of Chicago, and ample time
for return will be granted to those who
desire to remain after the close of the
session, for local observation or more ex
tended travel. Arrangements are yet too
incomplete to enable the oommittee to
give detailed particulars with distinct
ness, but they have decided nnon the fol
Monday, September 19, a. m. General
reception at the Murqnam Grand opera
bouse, at which addresses of welcome
will be delivered on behalf of the state
of Oregon, city of Portland, and the
Grand Lodge of Oregon, aud a response
will be made by the Grand Siie; after
which the Sovereign Grand Lodge will
convene in regular session at Arion hall.
Monday, p. m. grand parade, in which
all cantons, eucumpments and lodges are
invited to participate.
iuesdny evening, September 20. Pas'
Grand Representatives' Union; details
of wtaioh are yet to be arranged.
Wednesday, September 21. Excursion
on the Columbia river to its mouth. A
steamer of capacity sufficient to accom
modate the Sovereign Grand Lodge, their
families and friends and all others who
may wish to participate in the excursion,
will be secured for this ocoasion, and
nothing will be omitted to make this very
interesting trip a Bonrce of pleasure.
Thursday, Sept. 22, from 8 to 10 p. in.
An evening at the NorthwcBt Industrial
Later in the week it is expected that an
excursion by rail will be mnde through
Oregon City, Salem, Albany, Corvallis,
Independence and MoMinuville, afford
ing visitors an opportunity to see the
far-famed Willamette valley.
Cantons, enoauipnients, lodges and oth
er organizations, as well as visitors in
tending to participate in pither the re
ception or parade, are requested to com
mnnioate with A. N. Gambell, G. S., sec
retary of trie general committee of ar
rangements, or to J. T. Stewart, chair
man of accommodations committee,
stating whnt accommodations are desired.
Hotel accommodations are ample, and
visitors will reoeive full information up.
on this subject upon application.
C. A. Down. P. G.,
A. N. Gamiiicll, G. S., Chrm. Com
Secretary of Committee
Portland, Or., July 20, 1892.
Charley Measlier wnn busy hand shak
ing with hia old friends Tuesday.
Duvid Mnson is making a thorough
tour of Arlington this week, ascertaining
the wealth of our citizens.
Jonan Livermore's Palace Saloon is
closed, Jonas having omitted to post no
tices petitioning for a renewal of license.
Vegetarians would have no ditllculty
just now in making a good seleotiou of
edibles, fruit aud vegetables coming iu
thick aud fast.
Arthur Kennedy is back at his old post
on "Itie lieoord, consequently last
week's issue was a deoided improvement
on the week previous.
Last Wednesday Mrs. John Beardsley
(nee Lamberson.) left for Moscow, Idaho.
Slio has been visiting friends and rela
tives iu Uiliiam oonuty.
The majority o( the Arlingtouiaus who
have beeu camping in the vicinity o(
Hood Hiver, returned last week, on ac
count of cold weather prevailing down
Marshal Carlisle, assisted by U. r).
Deputy Marshal l.innott, accompanied
four individuals to Portland, two white
men and two siwashes. The old, old sto
ry, selling whiskey to Indians.
Mr. O. E. Bargee, of Monument, was a
passenger on the lleppuer vestibule,
homeward hound, inesday. He went
east with a shipment of horse", early
June, and has been makiug a thorough
tour of the principle oities back there.
ueo. l. wens, who lias long rieen a
resident of this city, died July IS, lslt'i
near Albany. He was surrounded iu his
Inst moments by his wife, son and daugh
ter. Deceased was nearly (V2 years ot
age, having tlrat seen the light in the lit
tle town of Malta, Ohio, in IS 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Koase, who have been
the guests of Mrs. K.'a parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walker, of Chapman Creek, left
lust Monday, for Europe, and will make
their headquarters in Paris, where .Mr.
K. has his studio. He is a pupil of the
famous artist, lloagereau, aud has already
achieved considerable distinction on the
other side of the water. Iiirx.
Aklinoton, Or., July 2(i, 'fli
We offer One Hundred Dollars Upward
for any cns. of Catarrh that oan not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chunky A Co. Props., Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known F.J.
Cheney for the last 1! years, and believe
him perfectly honorable ill all business
transactions and tlnancialtv able to carry
nut any obligations made by their firm.
West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O, Wuldiug, Rinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Tole lo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh cuie is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Prioe 75o.
per bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Tes
Tliiwe persons baok Kaat reoeivinu the
Oazette reunlarly need not refuse it fur
fear of havirg to settle for same, when
they have not ordered it, as it is always
enl ttierti bv a friend or aeotiaiutanae.
and iu every case la settled fur at the
"When I was a traveling man, back in
Illinois some years ago," broke in John
Bennett, "I was delayed about fourteen
hours by worms, yes, army worms. Fun
ny too. You see, I had just "done" a town,
a little, insignificant village, and was just
aehin g to get out. But what did these
worms do but oover the track; they act
ed like grease, and the locomotive re
fused to do its work. This was in the
early seventies aud beat anything I ever
OU, h I, that's nothing," chimed
George Harrington. "A few years ago,
down about Celilo, the train I was on
was actually blockaded byoriokets, them
big old fellows you used to hear under
the hearth when you was a boy. And it
lasted for several days, too. Beat every
thing I ever saw. They say the same
variety are seen up along the foothills
this summer, and they are ravenous, too.
Don't leave a blade of anything. Why,
I think they'd eat a plow."
"That reminds me of '81 iu the state of
Kansas," murmured a tall-oomplexioned
individual who might be mistaken for
the editor of the Gazette. "I was out at
Hutchinson, and the grusshoppers, lord
almighty, they were thick. Couldn't
see the sun for seven days; chickens
thought night was oouiing all the time
and never oameoif tue roosts; awful dark,
pretty much like a continued eolipse of
the sun. I was in the chicken business
then. On the eighth day the 'hoppers
went southeast, the sun came out aud
blast if every Biugle hen didn't lny eight
eggs apiece. Just piled the Hutohinsou
market with fresh eggs. Trains! The
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe didn't
move a wheel for twenty days. Tbs 'hop
pers took iu the whole line from west to
east, and just paralyzed everything."
Then every man in the crowd took a
long breath aud scratched his head med
itatively. KKCOMVIKND IIOYAL EXCLUSIVELY.
The State Chemist of California, Prof.
Rising; the San Francisco Board of
Health; Prof. Wenzell, of the University
of California; Dr. McGowan, Health
Officer of Lob Angeles, unanimously com
mend in their reports the great qualities
of the Royal Baking fowder, which they
agree is tne niguest in strength, the
purest in quality of any of the bakinc
compounds in the market. They recom
mend its use exclusively.
Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier is the
great conqueror of Billiousness and Liv
er complaint. Relief certaiu in every
ciise. Sold at One Dollar a bottle. Try it.
NTitAYHI) OH HTOLKN.
An iron-gray filly, two years old past,
small white stripe in forehead, mane and
tail inolined wavv, branded TR connect
ed on left shoulder. I will pay $10
reward for hor delivery at Wm. Stewart's
stable, Heppner, Oregon; or Wm. Pen
land's ranch on Rhea oreek.
811 Thomas R. Mill.
Dressmaking. Misses Inez Vornz and
Maggie Hartley desire to call your atten
tion to the fact that they are now pre
pared to do all kinds of dress making in
the latest styles, at the parlors of Miss
Voruz's millinery establishment, where
they would be pleased to have you call
on them., v 7-11,
Kuhl, the baker. Buy your bread and
cakes aud save money. Try it. a.
Why go hungry when the City hotel
furnishes you a good meal at living
Plenty of Hour, bran, mill feed and
chop always on hand at the Heppner
Flouring Mills. a
John Jenkins advertises his flue kiin
of briok. Remember that Heppner hriok
equal the best. a
"Hardware" did you say? Why, yes,
nt P.O. Thompson tc Co.'sstnnd, and the
place for bargains, a
For cash you onn get more at the East,
ern Clothing house, with Levi ou deck,
thun any other place in Heppner. a
M. Lichtenthal & Co. have iust re
ceived a tine lot of ladies' kid, button
ana tie shoes. At bottom prices. a
The Palace is the leadiug hotel in the
city. Well furnished rooms with plenty
of light are provided for everyoue. n
Don't overlook T. W. Ayers, Jr., tho
lending druggist. Choicest perfumes,
purent drugs and the finest toilet articles
always on hand. a
The Buchler beer, fl cents ner ulass. at
the Columbia Beer Hall. Osmers &
Hughes, pious., uext door to M. Lich
tenthal & Co.'s shoe store. a
Collin & McFarlnnd have just received
a car load ot Mitchell Wagons, Hacks,
etc , and have also a large supply ot farm-
ing implements ot all kinds. a
The M. L. A T. Co , since tbev have
roofed all their platforms, have an im
mense storage capacity. This company
uow deals iu grain, lumber and wood, a
Since Shaw & McCarty purchased the
meat market they have nUays endeavor
ed to keep on hand the freshest and
choicest meat, sausages aud hologuas, a
Henry Heppner's warehouse is one of
the largest aud most capnoous iu East
ern Oregon. Henry is now prepared to
do a general forwarding business. Kates
Thompson & Binns own the buss which
gues to aud from tUo ('itv hotel, but will
call tor parties desiring to go to train in
any part of the city. Leave orders at
City hotel. a
What will perseverance, pluck aud en
terprise avail iu this wild west, it yon
cannot get big bargains? However, be
fore giving up entirely, visit Minor Bros.'
Don't overlook Kirk & Kasnius tor
bargains. They have purchased I lie bus
iness of J. W. Matlock Co., hut will
soon remove to the Mallory corner, oppo
site the Palnoe hotel, a
Dr. Grant's Clonic, the great dyspepsia
oonqnerer, will positively cure dyspepsia
and all its kindred ailments. Every bot
tle sold under a positive guarantee to
effect a oure or money refunded. See ad.
in this issue. a
My dear, let's go around to the saloon
this eve, aud Laue Matlock's ice
cream saloon, I mean, where yon can get ;
ice o ream that will make your month
water; also t)ud in stock the freshest
fruits aud tiuest coufectionaries. a
Leslie Matlook is over at MeDuffep
springs with Ted, Oov Bud Mao.
They do say that Oov. Kea is herding
hogs over at MoUuil'ee warm springs.
Frank Oohle and wife have retnrned
from Molliitl'ee springs, Mrs. Goble being
much inproved iu health. They will re
turn again after harvest.
The civil action, Crabtree vs. Allen and
Rudio, is oootipying the attention of the
justice c-onrt over at MePutTee springs.
Wm. Crabtree claims that Alln A Ra tio
attached and sold his oaitle, mortgaged to
: "her parties.
I be result of suit is not
j j. F. Smithi Veterinary Surgeon,
! Ridging Horse Castration and Cattle
Spaying a specialty. Instruclious given
at reasonable terms. After eighteen years
of active practice and teaching my meth
ods, I have ooucluded to withdraw from
the road and will teach any man to cas
trate the ridgling or hernied horse, spay
cows, and all similar opeJations, together
with many reoipes, for $50, only ono
fonrth the usual prioe. I guarantee to
make yon bii operator, which is worth
thousands, as there is not a good operator
now traveling in this part. Write me for
reference or ask that traveling Thom.
Llovd whom I started in part only.
DuG-sw J. F. S.vrrn.
Union, Or., Jufy ,'t2.
Colored Knights op Pythias. Tho
Pride of the Northwest Lodge, No. 1, col
ored Knights of Pythias, of Portland, in
stalled Friday evening the following offi
cers for the ensuing term: J. N. Fulli
love, C. C ; W. Wheeler, V. C; A. J.
Ward, P. C. ; W. P. London, K. of R
and 8.; J. A. Hendon, M. F.; J. R. Bar
row, M. E ; J. L. Williams, M. A.; C. E.
Henderson, I. G.; George Newsone, O
G.; trustees, E. Newsone, E. Corbin, II.
Woodson, We do not know that this
lodge is recognized by the grand juris
diction. Walter P. Fell, who has been visiting
friends and relatives in Heppner for tho
past few days, returned to Franklin,
Washiugton, yesterday morning.
That Your Hair
its youthful color,
fullness, and beauty,
dress it daily
Ayer's Hair Vigor
It cleanses the
scalp, cures humors,
and stimulates a
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
i Lowell, Mass.'
f at!f(si lasl of Mr.
WM. IM?NLAND, KI). Ft, BISHOP,
Pre UI lit. CAfdtici.
TliANSACTS A (iEXEILlL BANKING BUSINESS.
Made on Favorable Terms.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT & SOU).
ARNKss-SHOP, stock and flxtaio. Good
Business; established in the midst of a
aood farmlm and stix-lf-nunim. ennntrv
Also for Bnle a good house and iwo lots with or
without the luiBitti-ss property. For further In
formation address Gazette, Heppner, Or. -1S3 tf.
country Had Morrow county to know that
we naye a lew extra copies left, which can
lie secured either tit Geo. T lioniton's news stand
or at tho Gazette ollice. , ijh-sw.
CToilK Fo the Palace Hotel liar for ClmmpaijiTo
CocktailsChiiinpaKUe on tup. filt-sw
A H1G lot of Gooseberry 'niiTiiberFoT tlHrtia
zeiie iiiki onion to no HentHway. Call in,
luyest and help your country.
qO KNOW that U D. Roved is Hcppp.er's
y leadlnKcontraetor and builder. Estimates
uiveu on all kinds of worir.
Oiliee at resi-
lence, lleppuer. Or.
AWatrokmaker. one tho best locations in
Morroiv county. Must have a little capital.
Call on OTOTite Gazette otllce for particulars, sw
W. He Ir i
K RKOKNTS.-lleninminSrtiofiMcl. 1'ri
eruor Pennoyor. Hon. E. H. MoKlroy, Huperintendnnt of Pub) c ln-trnctinn; Hon.
oecrrttHry of tsuite; Hon. Jacob Yoorheiw, Hun, A. rsoltner, J. C, While, lion, W.
red Lacy, Hon. I. W. Hetey. Hon. J. J. Daly.
11. Holmes, Aired Lacy
THE STAIR NOItMAI, in a T.ivk Hnitfwii. rnnidlv irrnwinir nnd mi.idlv nrirlirtir tn it tni'Mtio
for the eppcial raining of teachers. Its graduate are in dein -hd to fill good positions. A gain of
SO i .or cent, in t tendance was made last year. An onrollin'mt of nitu is anticipated for the next
year. New nit ibern have been added to the faculty and additional apparatus supplied. A diploma
entitles one to each iu any county in tho state without further examination.
NormaLNorinal Advanced, Business, Music and Art Dpts.
I Special Advantages in Vocat, and Instrumental Music.
,7 Vear h School for One Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
TUITION IkDPCF.D to ,rt,S5 for Normal, unrt for Rub Normal per term of ten weeks.
Hoard at NormiiDining Hall. 1 . 5t) per week. Fnrnishe.l rooms At.Uti per week. Board and lodg
ing with privarffiumlies J.S0 per week. Boantiful and healthful locution. No saloons.
Fiijt Term Opens September 20. 1892.
For CatHlmA atMroiw P. L. CAMPRKLU A. B.. Prp.
or J. M I'UW tl., Viie Prt'K. Sull-W ew Monmouth. Oleson.
The LAcashire Insurance Co.
A. W. PATTEltlX. AGENT nneoltheuostlntheworw
TE llAVKll'AKKX CHARGE
which n liropose to conduct in
on hands at all t
s the choicest
Two sorrel horses. Onenf them branded
"8" on the right shoulder, likewise on the
The other was brnnded "8" on the
right shoulder, also "R." The weight of
each was about 1050 pounds.
Auvone returning the same to my
ranoh at Eight Mile will receive a reward
of $15. sw tf Stlvancs Weight.
A five-year-old registered Clydesdale
stallion for sale, or will exchange for
mares or cattle. For further particulars
call at my place on Willow creek, three
miles from the mouth, or address me at
9 17 James Sqi ikes.
saV is. JS4i.'iv
A new mid Complete Treatment, consisting of
RuppoNitork'S, Ointment in Unpsuk'H, aisoin Box
and I'll Is : a positive Cure for External, Inter
nal, Blind or Bleed inc. Itching. Chronic, Recent
or Hereditary 1'ilen, and many other diseases
and lemale weaknesses: it is always a crreiit ben
efit to the general health, '1 lie first discovery of
a medical cure rendering an operation with the
knife unnecessary h reat'ter. This remedy has
never been known to fail. Ifl per box, 0 for fo;
sent by mail. Why smler from this terrible dig-
cane when a written guarantee Ib given with G
boxes, to refund the money if not cured, bend
stamp for free sample. Guarantee issued by
Woooakh, Clark: V Co., Wholesale vV Ketail
Druggists Sole Agents, Portland, Or.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Othoe at The Dalles, Or., June 28, 1S92.
Notice is hereby giveii thnt the following
named settler has riled notice of her intention to
make final proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will bo made before J. W. Mor
row, county clerk of Morrow county, Or., at
Heppner, Or., on August 6 isi2 viz:
.MAGGIE LOONEY, NEE MAUtiJE CONXEE
!ld. No. 1&77, for the NU MY'.: and NVL4 NE'-I
Hoc. 4, Tp. 1, S K. 21 E. W. M.
8he names the following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
M. M. Beighley, Edward ClnfT, C. B. Cochran
and J. W. Hertford, all of Heppner, Oregon.
John V. Lewis,
NOTICE Of INTENTION,
t.nnd Office at La Grande, nr.. July 1 1S9'2.
Notice is hereby (riven that the followiner
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to
make Una! proot In support of Ins claim, and
that said proot win be made before the County
Clerk of Morrow County, Or., at Heppner, Or.',
on September .'. yiz:
CIIAUI.KS II . MYERS,
ltd. No. 6111, for the SW'4 Sec. 23, Tu. a H It 2S
E W Jt. ,
He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his
i-oiiiiiiiious lesiuence upon alio cultivation 01
said laud, viz:
Joseph Luckinau, J. M. Waddell. B. Veerkamp
1 1 -21. ReKister.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Liunl Oiliee nt T.r G ramie. Or., June I, tsiy.
Notice in hereby given that the follmvitig
inuiitnl settler has filed notice of hiB intention
to make liiml proof in support of his claim, ami
that Haiti proof ill be iniulfi heforn tln
county clerk of Morrow comity, Oregon, at
lleppuer, Oregon, on Sept 3, IfSHaviz, :
Hd No. 4S07. for the NU of NKU. Her: 21. and VU
of S4, Sec -J2, Tp 3 S, K 27 JS, M.
He mimes the followin'r witncHHes to nrovp his
continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of
said land, viz:
John N. fclder. A. J. McKenzie. Richard Npv-
ille, I). A. Herren, all of Heppner, Oregon.
Aiit'ii naiiuee ana raruon vuiuainson take
511-21 A. CLEAVER, Register,
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
U. H. Liimi Oflicc, The Dalles. Or., June 7, 1H92.
Complaint having beeu entered at this oiliee
by Thentu E. Fell, against heirs of Jonhua K.
Fell, for failure to comply with law as to Tim-
oer uuiiure tutry iNo. -itU', dated Nov. 1 7, 1887,
u pun the V N VV anil VU SW'. See. 2!). Tn '2.
S K ?. li, in Morrow county, Oregon, with a view
n inu c-Hnceiiution oi Hum entry; contestant
II eeillB that siiid . Ionium It Ft II .anil his ht.ira
have lulled to comply with tho Timber Culture
la v, that he fai led to break or cause to be broken,
o e m:res oi nam tract wnnin one vear alter en
try, or in fact has done nothing to'comply with
the requirements of the Timber Culture laws,
the Hiiid parties are hereby summoned to nnnenr
at this oiliee on the Kith day of September. 1M2.
at U) o'clock a. m., to respond ami furnish testi
mony coiicerningsaid alleged failure. Otis Pat
terson. Notary i'nblie. is authorized tn tnk-p ten-
tiniony in this ease, at his olhcein Hemmer. Or..
at lu ti. in., August 27, I snj.
11-121 John W. Lewis, Register.
TKAC HE lib' EXAMINATION.
NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FOR
the purpose of examining tiiose who mnv
oiler themselves as candidates for county certifi
cates, state diplomas or state life diplomas, there
will he held a public examination at the court
house in Heppner, beginning Aug. 10, 18112, at 1
o' clock p. m. Anyone wishing a slate certificate
w ill please apply at that lime.
W. L. Sai.ing, Snpt.
Dated Julv 29, ISM. 511-14
The leading Norma l
School of the
I. H. V. Hutlor. Sficv. E.T-Otlieio.-HiB
OF THE LIBERTY MEAT MARKET
the most satisfactory manner. Will keep
Sausage, Bologna, Corn
ed Beef, Etc., Etc.
CH AS. H DODD & CO.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL
FRONT, FlB'iT A5D VIMS STS., PORTLAND, OR.
lT.ii umtun to MiM-il v
mi:i in:; ii.
HODGES' HAINES HEADERS.
BUCKEYE STEEL FRATvlE BINDER.
Iislfiutiilticl for SlroiKlli jiimI (iii:0:iit.v.
Host Economical Hinder In iin'.
afr-ifc W SfiMMTi ' frttTSSS&af
SCHUTTLER AND MILBURN FARM WAGONS
FINE CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, TOP BUG
GIES, CARTS, ETC.
FOUR-SPRING MOUNTAIN WAGONS AND
MILLER'S STAR VIBRATING THRESHER.
AULTMAN'S STAR TRACTION ENGINE.
The most Effective and Suecesful combination fol
Threshing and Cleaning Grain ever constructed.
Nond for 1893
LEACH $ AllMSTJlUMi.
Eastern Clothing House
Branch at Furtlnnd, bus opened h
BigLine of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Also Boots and Shoes, Trunks,
Valises and Eancy Goods.
Yon will find our Clothing Department with
an assortment, inoltidiug Square Cut Saoks,
Three and Four Button Frocks, made ot thti
best American Weavers, Scotch Woolen Wor
steds, Cheviots, mado up to sell in full suits.
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps at Factory Prices
Examine the goods and you will find all
shades and colors, which will give satisfaction
Before purchasing, call andexamine my stock
D. A. HERfiEN'S BUILDING, May Street,
"n , ')ii,,l,1Tf-.-.iii 'am,, Tf "111 I III
iiBi el icr
Flour Exchanged for Wheat.
HEPPNER FLOURINfr MTTT, nmrPATVv
XT EXT DOOR lo J. Lkhtenlhal & Co.'s Shoe Store, Main
btvect. Keep on hand a Fine Line of Liquors,
ines, Cigars, Etc. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler Bee4
G CcMits Per Glass, A
On draught, fresh and cool. Lunch of all kinds. Hope J
to see all their old friends and many more.
nrnT.'fl fri .it
There you will
M. LICHTENTHAL & CO.,
muni; ttt. Bhmiiii.t( ;f llu'in i-- in
pouvr, hm s Ivhh twine limn
HOILIHCSWORTH & TAYLOR HAND Am
SELF-OOMP RAKES. i
DEERE HAY-LOADER AMD MUDCETT IM
HAY-PRESSES, PORTER'S HORSE HAY
FORKS AND CARRIERS.
, Tte Leanins EotBi or tfts Gitij
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS
- Willi. J. X. X. 1 JL
Sr.. Manager. 448
nil 'hop pct-ihiisbm-nt of Hannnpr hag
' l-at Mnf lin Siw, tnthir pbw
to H. H'ai-k.n n A Co
find the Best and Cheapest
street, Heppner Or.