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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View This Issue
m tne Gourtnouse
Aitiris of incorporation of ths Ar
buckle Coal and Transportation Comp
any were filed with the countr clsrk
J. M. Kernan, C. C. Patterson, Lewi
Jvinney and E. L. Freeland are the in
lorjcii-ators. The name of the corpora
3ion will be the ArbucVle Coal and
The -object and business of the corpor
xtion will be to purchase, sell, develope
- mortgage,- bond, lease, rent, open up
-Mild Je'il generally in all kinds of coa
To construct water ditches and to
dispose of water and water power.
To ilea! generally in all kinds of foods
. -and merchandise.
To build and. operate tramways roads,
litchea and railroads for the openmg up
To build and operate telegraph and
1 telephone lines from the city of Hepp
ner to the office of the company in sec
tion 30, t 4 8, r 29 e, w m. ..
The principal office and place of busi
of the company wili be in Heppner.
The capital stock shall be $1,000,000,
divided into 1,000,01)0 shares at the par
value of $1.00 each.
REAL K STATE TRAKSHtRS.
The Amii(an Mortgage Company of
Scotland, IA., to William I. Barnett,
lr-7 acres, sec t. t 1 , r 2ti e. $2.r0.
State oi Oregon to Elisabeth J. Cur
rin S'0 acres, sec M, t 1 n, r 24 e. $640.
State of Oregon to George J. Currin
)20 acres, sec 06, t 1 n, r 34 e. $G40.
J. li. Simons et ux to John T Kirk,
parcel of land in city of Heppner, $40
Dora L. Fields to II. C. Watson, all of
-cha land of the Hugh Fields estate in
Aforrow county, containing about 11,000
-t;res. Consideration 1.
Edward McDaid and wife to Geo W.
Avails, 1G0 acres sec 14, tin, r 25 e.
Maud Kennedy and husband to Aeran
A. Colo, 100 acres, sec 13, t 1 s, r 29 e.
Oscar G, Shurtleff to George W.
A'ells, 160 acres, sec 14, 1 1 n, r 25 e. $1
Walter Kilcup to Emma Kilkup, 430
acres, sec 24 and 14, t 2 s, r 28 . $600.
Wm. P. Butterfieid to Lewis M.
Dobyns, 160 acres. Bee 20, t 1 n, r 25 e.
J. W. Lattin to Guy Huston, blk 8 of
V1Ib' add. to Heppner. $lr0.
Krnet V. Maddox and wife to V. H.
-Moure atid 11. A. Moore, 76S.86' acres in
Morrow county. $5000.
E.G. Sperry and wife to J. O. Maggs,
iota 5, 6, 7, 8, blk 3, Sperry's 3d add. to
. 'i . O. Maggs to Jesse Brackett, parcel
j: tan! in Ioue. $140
Almire Shaw to Henry Blahm 118
Charley McNabb and wife to Geo. J.
Currin 160 acres, sec 12 and 11, t 1 a, r
4 e. $975.
Oscar Mitchell and wife to B F.
Va-ghan, 160 acres, sec 24, t 1 s, r
24, . $4000.
Win. Dnrran Dead.
Word was received Monday of the
death of Wm. Durran at Athena, Mon
day, Oct. 6th.
Mr. Durran was 77 years old and an
old resident of Morrow county, having
resided in the Blackhorse section for
rnaoy years. He has many friends in
The deceased is an uncle of Ed. Dur
ran and J. S. Baldwin of this place.
Tlie remains were laid to rest at
Old People Have Their Troubles.
Mr. Francis Little of Benton Harbor,
Micb., is over eighty years of age. Since
1865 he baa been troubled more or less
with indirection and constipation and
bas tried almost everything in nee for
those ailments. Last August he began
nsiDg Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets and was soon feeling much bet
ter. Ia a recent letter he Bays, "X have
used three boxes of the Tablets and now
tbink I am well." These Tablets im
prove the appetite and invigorate the
stomach, liver ADd bowels. For sale bj
Sloonm Druf Co.
A Itemarkable Offer.
The Gazette has made special ar
rangements with the Young People's
Weekly, published in Chicago, to fur
nish this interesting and valuable paper
with the Gazette, both papers for $1.60.
The Young People's Weekly is one of
the leading story papers of America
with 16 pages, nicely illustrated every
week.- It is always interesting to the
Ireland's Population Decreasing.
The recent census of Ireland shows
s marked decrease in its population, 4
which baa been largely attributed to
the famine tbrongbont the island, caus
ing the death of thousands of people,
and foroiog many others to emigrate.
This brings to mind quite forcibly the
absolute necessity of having plenty of
good food if we would prolongue life,
but after all it is not a question of the
amount eaten that makes the people
strong and healthy, but the way it is
digested. Dyspeptic people eaonot en
joy their meals, and consequently al
ways feel depressed, irritable and ner
vous. Tbey should try Hosletter's
Stomach bitters al once. It is a speci
fio remedy for flatulency, belcbiog, in
digestion, dyspepsia and nervousness,
and is backed by a record of fifty years
of cures. -
Quite a number of track reeords were
anade at Lone Oak track, Salem, Or.,
during the state fair meeting. Ifyrtha
Whips mile in 2:09 is the track race
records for pacers; Helen Norte 2:26,
by Del Norte is the track record for two
year old trotters; Miladi B, 2:18, by
Chenalis is the record for three-year-old
pacers Flatonius sails in 1 :41?4' is
the track record, while Sad Sam set a
record ef 1 :00 flat for five furlongs, and
Hoaest John, 4 furlongs ia 54 seconds
is alse the track record for that dis
tance. Rural Spirit.
IMI,Ati; Ml .MIA V DI.MtKK.
a: icrs wii
, 1902. Price 50 cents,
not be charged extra.
-.'Vjasonme Priotaniere Puree tla Jackson
-.oir Chow Olives Sliced Tomatoes
J-i:c. Salmon Maitre Je Hotel PoUte Tarlatan
Kt'jckic Ham with Champignon Sauce
Fned Fpring Chicken Covenor Sauce
5-.ieJ oi Veal ala Montmorency
Club House Pilous. Sultan Style
I'kiladalphia Fufls, Saba j on Sauce
M-..T.i(i &:i Beef au jua
"Loin of Pork Apple Sauce
Ts;aj. "Veal fence Dressing
Leg Mutton with jelly
Shrimp Salad ala Mayonnaise
pa rat: us in Cream fcitewed Tassstoas
E'li'.cl and mashed poUtoea
Jjpmon Meringue Green Apple Pie
l.'?p.iL-iti Sttamed Pudding Brandy Sauce
:';-j.iMe Ic- Cream Assorted Cake
Che.-fce Crackers Suts Raisins
It Xili. Clarst puuch
The Worst Farm.
Multitudes are singing the praises of
Kodol. the new dlsooverv which is mak
ing so many siok people well and weak
people strong by dygt sting what tbey
eat, by oleansjng and sweetening the
stomaob and by transforming their food
into their kind of pare, rich, red blood
bat makes you feel good all over. Mrs.
Oranfiill, of Troy, I. T., writes: For a
amber of years I was troubled with in
digestion and dyspepsia wbieh grew in
to the worst form. Finally I was in
duced to use Kodol and after using four
bottles I am entirely eared. I heartily
reoommend Kodol to all sufferers from
indigestion and dyspepsia. Take a
dose after meals. It digest what you
eat. Blooum Drag Co.
tYTbe regular price for the San Fran
cisco Weekly Examiner is $1.50. You
can get it and the Gazette for $2.25.
Mrs. Lucretia Allyn Carman, of Os
wego, a pioneer of 1S51, died at her
borne, Sept. 20.
Ont ef Death 'a Jaws.
"When death seemed very near fr m
a ssvere stomach and livsr trouble, that
I had soffsred with for years," writes P.
Moss, Durham, N. C. "Dr. King's New
Life Pills saved my life and gave per
fect health." Best pills on earth eu.i
only 25o at Blocam's drag store.
The Gazette has just received a fine
assortment of ladies' visiting cards in
the yery latest styles.
Weak JVlon !
O. As J.
WILL MAKE YOU STRONG
They are an Absolute Cure
for Loss ot
SEXUL POWER, SPERMATORRHOEA,
ssBESCLTS Or EXCESSES, ETC.
And we guarantee them. On
receipt of One Dollar we will
mall a box (10 days treat
ment) securely sealed, to any
urt dress, with no marks to
SIX BoxeS tteSlSeftt $5.00
Your money will be promptly
returned to you if you are not
satisfied with the treatment.
Green & Jackson Drug Co.
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
Mmdm ki thrmm iypmm milling ml
$15, $20 22 $30
The best Disc Machine on the Sflarltct -Entertains
Uses Plat Indestractible Records
Granite and Marble Monu
ments a Specialty : : : :
which can be handled
without danger of
Finishing Stone Work for Build
ings. Beat Marble and Granite kept
HJIOP OV MAIN HTKEKT,
MR.S. L. S. ADAMS,
Of (aJvesion. Tcim.
"Wine of Cardui is indeed ableulnj
to tired women. Having suffered for
levtn years with weakness and bear-inj-down
pains, aad having tried sev
ere I doctors and different remedies
with no success, your Wine ot Cardui
was the only thing which helped me,
aad eventually cared me It seemed to
build up the weak parts, strengthen
the system and correct Irregularities."
By "tired wosnen" Mrs. Adams
means nervous women who have
disordered menses, falling of the
worab, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at home with
this great women's remedy, Wine
of 'Cardui. Wine of Cardui has
cured thousands of cases which
doctors have failed to benefit. Why
not begin to get well today? AH
druggists have $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der Thedford's Black-Draught
should be used.
rorsdrio and Jtratnj, Kldmw, ftfrtnir
meot, Tba Gtuxtaoooe MeUTdna Co..
a u utawaiits
CHHONIC CASES .
are particnlarty desirous.
Yon cannot only cure Piles
by removing the cause.
You cannot get at the catiRe
with anything but an internal
Chronic cases make the most
fnthuniastic advertisers of this
remedy. Because it cures.
Closing; Out Naif.
Mrs. C. A. Rhea has added a new
line of the latest noveities in mitlineiy.
in order to close out her large miscel
laneous 6totk of good, and if you want
l.arains, you will find them at the mil
linery store second door from postoffice.
Miss Oleason, a competent and ex
perienced milliner lias charge of the
Special attention given to orders.
The reproductions rc
7-inch Records 50 cents each ; $5 per ifoz.
10-inch Records $1 each; $10 per dor.
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