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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1892)
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respect," lists oi wedding presents and donors,
end obituary notice, (other than those the edit
or shall hlnisell give as a matter of news,) and
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2. Notices ol church and society and ail other
entertainments trout which revenue is to be de
rived, shall be charged for at the rate of tlve
tents a line. These rules will be strictly adher
ed to lu every instance.
Advertising rates reasonable and made known
Oive your business to Heppner people,
and therefore assist to build up Hepp
ner. Patronize those who patronize
Here and There.
Maroo Bros. one night only tonight.
TUXT'S PILLS oure Chills and Fever.
See Maroo Bros.' at the opera bouse
J. V. Allstott was in from Eight Mile
Buy your school books of T. W. Ayen
Dan Stalter was in from Balm Fork
Andy Cook and family were in Hepp
Bay McAllister was up from Lexing
W. M. Staufl'er was up from Lexing
"TJuole" Ben Parker was down from
the mill yesterday
A few warm days after the rain will
bring up the grass.
Fred Miller knows bow to give you
good fit in tailoring. tt sw
G. S. Ourdane was in Saturday from
upper Uiuton oreek.
Mrs. B A. Hunsaker departed for her
UaystacK Lome today.
August Charlton, of Gooseberry, was
in JUepiner yesterday,
Luther Hamilton, tbe sawmill man,
was in Heppner Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Alien, of Toll Rock,
were in Heppner yesterday.
The Oem and Palace saloons or fine
liquors, McAtee Bros., Props.
L. T Besing and wife arrived from
Long Oreek Saturday evening.
Pedagogue Davis, a very successful
teacher, was in town Saturday.
Bert Bimons is making preparations to
build over near tue school house
Johnny and Alfred Ayers were over
from Little butter Creek Saturday.
Our marshal, with a force of men, is
putting in new crosswalks this week
I. R. Esteb, the Gooseberry post
master, was a visitor to ileppner Satur
J. M. Humphrey and L. J. Shaner
were registered at the City hotel Satur
A. AbrabBmsick returned from a bnBi
ness trip to Condon Thursday ot last
Burglars broke in tbe Weiser, Idaho,
postotlioe ihe other night and took about
Mr. H. V. Gates arrived Friday from
below, leaving yesterday morning for St.
Phil Heppner OBme np from Arlington
last Friday evening, remaining over
Tom, Lum Bnd Jim Rhea made the
usual, weekly, business trip to Heppner
Pap bimons & Son still shoe horses
and do general blacksmithmg at tbe old
stand Matiock corner. 55.
Miss Letba Parker, dressmaker, will
guarantee you a good fit. Give her a
trial. Residence W. A. Johnston. 4-tt
Mrs. A. J. Stevenson is prepared to do
all kindB of nursing. Call at ber home
in north Heppner, or address her at this
plaoe. 518 f
W. E. Kahler and wife returned from
their visit to the valley last Friday eve
ning, leaving for Hardman Saturday
Hiyu ketohum whiskers. Hatt &
Mathews, at tbe city barber shop tbe
plaoe to get a first-class shave, hair-out
' Messrs Tash and Royoe bBve rented T.
W. Ayers' house, near Marshal Rasmus'
plaoe, where their boys will reside and
The driver of the stage, who took
Wayne Huston's plaoe, met with a run
away yesterday, but there was little
The boat and surest dye to color the
beard &rouii or black, as may be desired,
is Buckingham's lye (ot tha Whiskers.
It never lulls.
Master Clay French is tbe authorized
agent for the Oregonian at this place.
Subscribe through bim, and have your
paper delivered free of charge. tf
In conversation with O. R. Day yester
day, be informed us that although there
was qtiite a good deal of rain last week,
yet it is still dusty in bis locality.
Pfunder's Oregon Blood Purifier is the
great conquerer of Billiousness and Liv
er complaint. Belief oertain in every
case. Hold at One Dollar a bottle. Trv it.
Those who desire to pay cash for Bchool
books, should purohase tbem ot i. w.
luor. Tp Mr fVi . where 10 oer cent, die-
count fiom list price will be allowed. 6 7
Newer and neater quarters at the
Palace Hotel's north business room,
Charley Jones, the baber, wants to see
his old friends there. Baths in connec
Tbe latest dentistry, orown and bridge
work, most successfully accomplished by
Dr. B. F. VBUghan. Gas administered
when desired. Thompson building,
Heppner, Or 1
G . W. Rea and Wm. Hughes retnrned
,-m Pnnrtnn Sunday evning. J. N.
Tlr,,mn Dill nlsfl IfitlHD 601116 time this
week. These gentlemen have been at
tending oourt in that city.
The Bennett Hotel at Arlington has
been moved from the old location
t.r the derjot. to Main St., about two
blooks from the depot, where its propn
etor will welcome you as ot old. 23 tf
Afooars. Binns & Thompson are in
r..M,i7 the ariDearance of their bnrn
...n hv ih a.iititinn of a new front
This stable under the management of
these gentlemen, is excelled by none in
Lee. On. a member ot tne general
Sunday Scrap. On last Sunday Mar
shal Rttsmus was called upon to arrest
Billy Tirtlot for the use of vile and abus
ive language. Mr. Tirtlot, tbongh ot
gentlemanly demeanor generally, was
quite obstreperous and emphatiOBlly
refused to accompany the offioer. Mr.
Rasmus did not wish to hurt the
prisoner, and called on Jos Masterson to
assist bim, when others interfered, and
as the marshal had bis bunda full, Joe
got pretty badly kicked under the left
eye, requiring the attention ot a pbysi
oiao. Dr. Swinburne was culled and
dressed the wound. Resuming the nar
rative proper, when Mr. RaBmus found
that bis deputy was hors cle combat, he
at onoe released his charge and went to
Joe's assistance, gathering in the boys
as be came to them. Yesterday morning
Mr. Tirtlot was brought before Recorder
Roberts and assessed tbe regulation
310; also John Kilkenny, who paid $20
and costs, altogether amounting to 332
l'he lattei's offense was that ot interfer
ing with the duties of an officer. We
are informed that others were guilty of
the same offense on this oooasion, bnt
were lucky enough to avoid arrest. This
is a serious offense and should it be per
sisted in here will cause some one to get
badly burt, as well as in serious trouble.
ine uazeite would Kindly advise our
people to keep their fingers out of the
business of officers.
Gbeknhobn News. William Turner
brought down some exceedingly hand
some upeoiniens on bis return from the
Greenhorn mines, says the East Orego
uian. One is from his olaim, tbe Last
Chance, taken out at a depth of sixty
feet. It is wonderfully rich and pretty,
oontaining wire, brittle and ruby silver,
and gold and silver sulphurets, and indi
cates the value of Greenhorn properties.
The ledge issix feet wide. Another spec
imen is from a new discovery, the Holy
Moses, made by Mr. Turner and Jobn
Carl on Olive creek. The ore is free
gold, and the specimen buowb large
specks of native gold. Mr. Turner has
ten men employed on bis claims, tbe
Last Chanoe, Holy Moses, North Star,
John L. Sullivan and Senator, and is
running several tunnels on the various
properties. He returned to tbe mines
this afternoon to look after the develop
Indians Hkke Again. Word has been
received that the Indians that did so
much devilment in this part of Grant
county only a few months ago, have Bgain
ventured baok on forbidden ground, and
are now having a gay old time up near
Susanville. The people of this valley
have tolerated the presence of these
lousy red'skins as long as they propose
to, and if tbe treaoberous heathens know
what is healthy for tbem they will not
put in their apoearanae in this valley.
When such a class of low down human
trash oan't go on their hunting tours
without stealing, and killing stock on the
range, and bave no regard for tbe settlers
at all, it is high time to commence con.
verting tbem into good Indians. It is
tbe Eagle's opinion that suoh will be
their fate if they molest the settlers of
this valley again. Eagle.
A Good Ofpek. Tue proprietors ot
the Semi-Weekly Gazette have deoided
to offer an inducement for advance pay
ments on subscription. Tbe price re-
mains the same, 83 per year, but where
payments are made in advance, only
82 50 a year will be charged. What do
we mean by "advance payments?" A
payment made within thirty days after
the subscription becomes due will be
called "in advanoe." In a very short
time we will print after eaoh person's
name tbe date to which subscription is
paid. This will remind you each week
as to now you stand witn us, and win
render it an easy matter for you to save
50 cents a year on your subscrip
Very Wbathy. donie fresh drummers
representing a brand of ohewing tobaoco,
visited Heppuer over Sun lay. On Kirk
& Rasmus' store building they painted
the large sign, "Chew ping." We
could fill out the blank, but are not doing
any free advertising. The last two
words were below the word "cbew," and
some joker painted after tbis, "Climax,"
so that it read "Chew Climax." A pic
ture of "Old Sol," laughing heartily, was
also added. Our drummer friends were
quite wratby, and offered a reward for
the apprehension of tbe joker, but be
was not to be caught.
Grant County News: Maroo Bros.'
entertainment in tbis oity Saturday eve
uiug, was well patrouited beoause tbe
people believe the boyi are deserving of
support. Maroo Bros, are a host among
themselves, but with the aid ot Stewart
aud Richards theirentertaiumentsennnot
help being enjoyable. They are playing
at Long (JreeK liiis week.
Long Creek Eagle: Tbe Marco Bros,
bave given several entertaiuineuts at the
ball tbis week, eaoh ot which were well
patronized by those in attendance at tbe
races. The Maroo Bros, are a show by
themselves bu with tbe assistance of
Prut. Steward and others, made the
Ia speaking of tbe illness of Cbas, R.
Sherman in last issue, we mentioned
him as a member of the firm ot Diisey &
Saermun. We have been iuformed siuoe
Hint no such firm exists, aud as yet Mr.
Dusey aud Mr. Sherman are not con
nected in anyway in business matters.
As a general rule, it is best not to cor
rect oustiveness by Hie use of saline or
drastic mediciues. When a purgative is
UHcded, the most prompt, eileetive, and
beneUoial is Ayers pills. Their tend
ency is to restore, and not we'ikcn, tbe
uoruul action of the bowols.
Just how an alternative medicine
clean ees the system Is au open question,
bnt that Ayer s Isuraaparilla does Dro
duoe a rudioal obauge in the blood is
well attested on all sides. It is every
where considered the best remedy for
Roy. Henry Rasmus, presiding elder
of the Spokane district, M. E. ohuroh, is
expeoied to arrive at Heppner i'nursduy
next. Me will remain over ouuday,
preaching in tbe M. is. cburob next Sun
day morning and evening.
Ward, who shot and killed Johnny
Looney over in Gilliam oounty reoently
was cleared at the recent term ot court
bald over there. The grand jury found
a bill charging him with murder in the
J. 1 . Willis, of Itawlins Post, was in
town yesterday on mutters appertain
iug to the ooming campfire. He thinks
that no time sbould be lost, now that
the celebration is less than one month
School oommenoed Monday morning,
and tbe familiar clung of the school bell
is heuid, though in a different quarter
this year than formerly. The new looB'
tion is giving geaeral satisfaction
Tbe Morrow oounty teaohers. Win
Loder and Tbos. Morgan, have positions
in tbe Prairie Oity schools, the former
as principal and the latter a teaoher in
the grammar sehool department.
Hatry and Jobn Bennett and C. M.
Jones arrived from Long Creek races
Monduy. The boys "played even" over
there, which under the circumstances,
they considered pretty good.
Mrs. J. D. Still did not return to Ida
ho with ber husband last week, as
ported in last issue of the Gazette, but
remained this week to visit with ber
sister, Mrs. B. A. Hunsaker.
Henry Black well has contracted 1,000
bead of stock cattle to Evans & Ourtner,
of Ft. Derrait, Humboldt oonnty, Neva
da. Tbe delivery is expected to be made
aboat -Nov, 1st.
C. H. Bonner Bnd E. H. Roome, two
trusted clerks of the Bank ot BritiBb
Columbia's branoh at Vancouver. B. 0.,
who stole money from their employers,
buve been ouugul.
W. M. Pierce, of tbe Gooseberry ooun-
try, snowed a Gazette reporter a sample
of some pretty nioe wheat, this year s
threshing, yesterday. He has about 500
bushels to market.
Air. and Mrs. VV. ts. Kanler were pas
engers on Friday's up train, being on
tbe return trip from a visit to Grand
Ronde and tbe Willamette valleys,
Rev. M. Bramblet will preach next
Sunday morning and evening. All are
invited to come, as every effort will be
made to interest and entertain them
W. W. CowinB, of Weiser, is visiting
bis brother, J. W. Uonins. Mr. (Jow
iub is acoompanied by his family, and
arrived at U ppner last Saturday.
Rev. M. Bramblet returned from Grand
Ronde, accompanied by bis family, last
Friday, and Sunday morning aud eve
ning preaobed to large audienoes.
The itching of the scalp, falling ot tbe
bair, resulting in baldness, are often
caused by dandruff, whiob may be oured
by using Hall's Hair Kenewer.
Tne .Long Creek races were princi
pally between loonl horses, but there
was a good attendance, and a healthy in
terest in au tne proceedings.
Poet Commander Geo. W. Smith, of
Lexington, is a member of tbe post's
committee on program, but was unable
to come up last Saturday.
Wm. Driskell reports seeding in prog
ress in Ularks cunvon, though tne show
ers did little toward moistening that
section of God's footstool.
Tr.eLEaaing kgssi of ine Diiy
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS.
Mrs. Maiwt Von Cadow
SEE BORG, MAY STREET,
THE : JEWELER!
BIwACKMAN & CO.
kffer their Entire Stock, consisting of Remnants of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes, Grooeries, Fanoy
Goods, Hardware, etc, Strictly for CASH ONLY, and at prioes that
will Ol EN YOPR EYES. Cf.ll early and avoid the ruBh. Tbis
stook of goods must be positively sold by December 15tb, 1892, as
we will then retire from business. No goods will be exchanged.
Pioneer Brick store - plain street, Heppner
For Trade at the Head of the Procession
With the Right Swing and
We Propose to
The Frisky Dollar. In all lines of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Guns and Ammunition and Agricultural
Implements, there are no dealers in
Morrow County that can
Roil up Bargains
Like Yours Respectfully. We are here for business from the
ground up and propose to let you know it.
Baker :: and :: Confectioner,
MAX STREET, HEPPNER, OR.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES
Maoi on short Notice and at Popular Phoes.
tStf" Bread 22 Loaves for $1.00.
See ad. next week.
Standard Calcutta Sacks at all of
our Warehouses, 8 1-4 cts.
M. C. L. & T. CO.
Cure for Colds, Fevers and General De
oility, Small Bile Beans. 26c. per bottle.
Nearly Killed. Reoently Olaf Pear
son, of Eight Mile, was badly bruised by
bis horse rearing up and fulling back on
bim. He bad just saddled tbe animal,
preparatory to starting over to tbe An
derson sale. Mr. Pearson bad bardly
got into tbe saddle when he was piled np,
with tbe horse on top o( him. He laid
there about halt an hour before being
discovered, and was then carried into
tbe bouse. Dr. F. i was summoned,
and yesterday Mr. Pearson was able to
come over to Heppner on business,
though at tbe time he was badly injured,
and for a time it was thought fatally so.
School Meetinq. Tbe direotors of
tbe Heppner School District No. 1, beld
an all day Bession last Saturday, at which
considerable business of importance was
transacted. The school house was ac
cepted so far as tbe carpenter work is
conoerned, tbis being necessary before
the seats could be pnt in, preparatory to
the commencement of the present term
of school. Tbe painting will be finished
shortly, as also will be the extra wood
work. Mr. Boyed Las erected a splen-
merchandising Sm of Kam Wah Chung did building, and, as compared with tbe
Tbn Union Paofio System will extend
to all its patrons the usual reduced rates
on round trip tickets, which will include
admission to the exposition, selling on
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of
each week .
Detailed information can be had by
applying to J. O. Hart, tioket agent at
Heppner, Oregon, or W. H. Hurlburt,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt., 254 Washington
St. Portland, Oregou. 25-34.
, i.i nun mmm naiwiw iiiiiiiTnTn" mum m. ajs-1 " 1 j mjfi U
One bay gelding, about ten years old
branded with two half moons oonueoted,
weight, 1,000 pounds ; 15 bands high.
Tbe above horse has been on my Tub
springs ranch from eight months to one
year. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying all charges.
523-5S1F Heppner, Or.
r l,.hn llnt .nnd.hv the way, a very
intelligent Cbiuamau.oame over on Sun
day evening's stage, on bis way to Port
land for a short business stay.
There is no use ;n suffering with rheu
matism as long as ou can get Congo
Oil It is for sale by all druggists at 6i
per bottle, but it would be dirt cheap at
lour times the prioe. It is a positive cure
for rheumatism, and do mistake. Try it
and be convinced. ' "
M. B. Galloway bad Henry Wade ar
rested yesterday for obstiucting the
bigbwsy. The case is before Judge Hal
lock today, and will, perhaps, result in
Ihe arrest of Mr. Galloway before tbe
matter ends. Of course this will depend
co tbe facts developed at the trial.
other bid, has
saved the district over
Tue Hepi'Nkb Races. The Gazette is
positively assured that tbe following
horses will be here in attendance on the
Heppner races: Hastings, Parole, Mat
tie Mullen, Oregon Chief, Later Ou.
Champagne, Little Joe, Funny, Little
Dick, Gray Dick, Jordan, Coeur d'Alene,
Pay Day, Lady Opal, Bob White, Ham
ilton, Miss Dudley, besides numerous
other borses of local fame. Tbe next
meeting of tbe Heppner Park Associa
tion promises to be tbe most sucoessfal
in its history, so far.
I bave at present at the John Q Wil
son place, a fine, thoroughbred Berkshire
boar, the service of wbioh can be had
for $2.50. J. N. Beeleb.
Bhoemakkb. Ed. iiirbeck. a shoemak
er and repairer of many years' experi
ence, has Jiint located in the Abraham
sick building, on May street, where be
is pre pared to do eveiytbing in his line.
Mr. Birbeck is strictly a first-class work,
man and warrants all work. Give him s
Woi'LD Like to Lease a Hotel. O.
C. Sargent, of this city, is anxious to take
charge of a good hotel, not particular as
to location. Mr. Sargent is an old-timer
in this line, and is sure to give satisfac
tion wherever he should go. Anyone
having a hotel to rent or lease, would do
well to correspond with C. C. Sargent,
Heppner, Oregon. 523-27
THE WORLD RENOWKSCs
Prevention better ton Cure !
DIP YOUR SHEEP EVERY FALL AND
HAVE MORE WOOL AND
taee Indorseiiientii I
Cooper Dip 1 nsed and enrtnrM by tlio following Orccon and Montana Bhepnmen: W. B.
Donaldson, Dayville; W. 8. Lee, Junction City; John HarrlBon, Matnoy; Ui'.o. Orhi, Amanda;
v.nnoih ,.u.o n.vvllln: Joe ( 1 Itiir. John Dhv' .1. VV. Hvern. New Malum: P. .1. Monle. BiTcall;
Cook it Clark. I'hllbrook; Fairrhild & MeCralR, Diipnynr; K. R. Warren, VIU'm; Bnwh Urol.,
Iwlnton; E. P. Chandler, Maiden; J. Hlrschburi!, Chotuau; l. , llKatlnxa, Unit; Jaraea r.oie,
Dlllou; W. Norton, Htonart; A. Uownle, Big Handy.
The Cheapest and Best Dip ever made. Sold Everywhere
Ash Your Merchant for Coopers and Take 10 Other.
Although most of the HEPPNER DOGS
have been killed, don't forget that
P. C. Thompson Company
Are still alive and kicking lor trade with a complete lino ol
Hardware, Tinware, Groceries, Confectionery,
TOBACCOS, WOOD and WILLOW WARE.
Guns and .Ammunition, Sewing
Machines, Farm Implements.
Alo Ocnta' Furnlnhlni! Good, and the largcat aaaortment
ol Tvaa in Eastern Oregon.
Special Inducements to Cash Customers.
We Won't Be Unoensoii).
tf. Corner Ms.in and Willow StreetH, Unppnpr Or.
KOSHLAND BKOS. Portland, flrelfmi,
Gen. Agla. lor Oregon, tKlilria;ton and Wentci u Idaho.
PropL Wm. COOPER 4 NEPHEWS.
OXFORD GRADE BUCKS !
Delmonico. B. F. Perking has lately
opened np tbe restaurant in tbe Licbien
tbal building, which he baa named tbe
Delmoniuo. None bnt white cooks are
employed, and the public can therefore
fet a good, old-fashioned meal, oooked
in tbe beet of style. Prioe, 25 oents;
beds, 26 cents. 509-t-tf
"m. Jit t & a , v v
undersigned has a
choice lot of Oxford
Grade Bucks for sale
J11E QITY HOTEL,
W. J. LBKZICK, Prop,
r HIS HOSTKI.lt Y hau Nwn I!kpittei and Kkitnihiikd throunliout, and now
ia one of the moat inviting plnoex in Ileppner. Mr, Leezer iuvitea you to stop
with him, feeling that he is able to eutortnin you in the beut of Htyle.
First Class IIousk. Rkasonaulk Rates.
(Jamlips, :- ills -:- ami -:- (fe !
Finef-t in the Land.
J. K, SAIITII, lMlot Rook, Or.
at reasonable prices
at his ranch, 7 miles; Oyster Senson
south of Pilot Rock
W. L. Matlock & Co.
Also is about ripo.
know about that ii
Wo will let you
1 1 lie near future.