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Thursday Oct. 9, 1902
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Local and Personal Happenings
PORTIERS & CURTAINS
The Heppner Gazette
in and About the City.
At the opera house.
Saturday, October 18th.
"Dot, the Miners's Daughter."
T. R. Howard for fine groceries
Old folks' and pioneers' reunion, Sat
urday, October 18.
You can get school books at Conser
A Ayers drug store.
The stores of lone will close on Sun
day after November 1.
For school supplies of all kinds, go to
Coaser A Ayers.
Reunion of old folks an 4 pioneers in
Heppner, Saturday, Oct. 18.
The fin Sunday dinners served at the
Palace are becoming quite popular.
The pioneers wll be admitted free at
the drama in the opera house October
Judge Bartholomew informed us that
$1011.00 had been subscribed for the
court house clock.
Gilliam & Bisbee have painted their
their warehouse, which is quite an im
provement to the building.
We learn from the Long Creek Hanger
that Jan. Nunnamaker was a business
visitor to that place last week.
R. F. Hynd left yesterday for Spray
and interior points in the interests of
the Wool Growers' Warehouse.
The home talent play at the opera
house of the Pioneers' should be well
patronized. The date is October 18th.
There is a very odd specimen of what
is supposed to b9 a tooth of some mon
strous animal at the First National Bank.
D. W. Keister, who has been living
near Lexington, sold his ranch and
moved to Ileppner the fore part of the,
Fred Roe, of Dayville, Grant county,
shipped three carloads of beef cattle
from this city to Seattle. Wssh., Friday
The Gazette made a mistake in the
date of the Pioneers Reunion in last
week's issue. The reunion will be held
on Saturday, October 18th.
Fleming Bros. Waragraph show at
the opera house Tuesday evening drew
a large crowd, and all seemed to be well
satisfied with the evening's entertain
ment. Great preparations are being made for
the Pioneers' reunion. The committees
are doing everything in their power to
make it a success. Remember the date
Saturday, October 18th.
A drama entitled "Dot, the Miner's
daughter" will make the evening pro
gram at the Pioneers' Reunion. Dr.
Metzler has charge of the play and is
doing hit best to make a success of it.
There will be preaching morning and
evening at the M. E. church, South,
next Sunday. Sunday school at 3 p. na.
A cordial invitation is exteneed to all at
any of these services. F. C. Adkins,
The ladies of the Christian church
will give one of their excellent secials
on tomorrow (Friday) evening. They
have a nice program and an elegant
lunch aaranged. Everybody is invited
Howard's grocery store is a very pop
ular place for the purchase of supplies
for farmers and outfits for outing in the
way of extra fine groceries. Almost
everything imaginable kept in stock.
It's handy where you can get anything
The Arbuckle Coal and Transportation
Company held a meeting last Thursday
evening and elected the following offi
cers: T. A. Rhea, P. M. Howard, Geo.
Swaggart, C. C. Tatterson and J. M.
Ksrnan, directors ; Louis Kinney, secre
tary; Will Smith, treasurer. We arej
informed that there have been a great j
many shares sold the past week.
FALL CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS
Second week of this sale with its Mighty Avalanche of economical induce
ments demonstrates a Bargain Carnival that outshines all attractions. : : :
Can give you but a vague idea of the val
ues ruling on every kind of Merchandise.
13c instead of 25c
Ladies' fancy neckwear and stock collars and
many others at half what others ask.
98c instead of S1.50
Boys' three-piece suits ages 5 to 12 years.
lOc instead of 35&50c
Sheet music, all the most popular selections.
12 l-2c instead of 18c
Ladies' and Children's fast black Topsy Hosiery
4c l-2c instead of 7 & 8c
Standard Calicoes, Twenty Yards to a customer.
25c instead of 50c
Men's random mixed warm underwear odd pieces.
4-3c instead of 65c
Men's stiff bosom colored Shirts with detached cuffs
63c instead of SI &ffil.50
Men's soft and stiff bosom shirts with detached cuffs
Everything in the Season's Best and
weaves. Marked at
prices as these
Exclusive Fall Millinery
It's to your interest, as well as ours, to
know that here the styles in millinery
are absolutely correct. Conceptions of
the Doted modists of Paris,together with
clever conceptions of New York. We
desire to call your attention to our mag
nificent line of trimmed Hats and ad
vance winter styles, an exhibit of the
highest type of beautiful millinery.
Each one priced to represent a con
To be disposed of at a great sacrifice to
us. The values are the best ever ottered,
most of them Shoes that you are. paying
$3 for. We have divided the lot into 3 big
piles of Men's, Ladies and Children's at
75c, 98c and $1.48 per pair
Be one of the first to secure tbe best ones.
First man to see these took 8 pairs, which
saved him that many dollars.
Saturday and Monday were busy days
in the Sheriff's office, pays Sheriff5hutt.
Taxpayers were anxious to pay before
tbe time was out, At the present date
there ie in the neighborhood of 140 who
have not paid. An additional will be
added of about 16 per cent for those who
hare neglected to pay at the time fixed
by law. There is some complaint not
at the beriff but at the law in regard
The residence of Chas. Baker, who
resides one mile north of Hardman was
destroyed by fire early Monday morn
ing. The fire was discovered by the
family jnst aa tbey were sitting down to
breakfast. Tbe fire started in tbe roof
from a stovepipe. Tbe flames were
soon beyond control. An organ and a
small amonnt of furniture was saved.
Tbe building aid main portion of the
contents were a total less. Mr. Baker
is a poor man and tie lost talla heavily
upon him. Tbere was no insurance.
Farmers and neighbors in Mr. Baker's
vicinity will help hiss to build a new
A very pretty wedding took place last
Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at the residence
f Mr. and Mrs. James Jones near
Ileppner. The contracting parties were
Clement D. llellyer, of Portland, and
Miss Bertha May Jones, of Heppner,
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
The wedding was a very quiet one,
only the members of tbe family and par
ticular friends being present.
Tbe happy couple left Thursday morn
ing for their home in Portland.
Mr. Frank Adkins ofiiciated at tbe
Wanted A girl to do general house
work in a small tamily. Inquire at
Tbe editorial pare of the Wklr Ore-
g-oclaa gives a broad treatment to a wide
rang- of subject
CITY COUNCIL MEETS
HULLS FOR TIIK MONTHS OF
AVtiX ST M SKI'TFIWHDIl
The Itlatn Issue Kefore (he Cnunrll
Was In Regard to Sidewalks
Committee to Investigate
The regular meeting of the city coun
cil Monday evening was a busy one and
a large amount of business wag disposed
of by tbe city fathsrs.
There was no meetiig daring the
month of September and at Monday's
Meeting the proceeding's iacluded oc
eured business of twe months relating
to city affairs.
The question of sidewalks and cross
walks was taken Bp and discussed at
R. F. Hyad addressed the council in
tbe matter of building a side walk from
the depot to connect with the sidewalk
which was near Heppner'a warehouse.
Mr. Hynd stated that he had recently
conferred with Mr. O'Brien of the O. K.
A If., and said that tbe representative
f the railroad company offered to give
right of way along the track as far as
the company's grounds extended. The
eompany wanted tbe sidewalk built and
woald probably help to build it.
Henry Heppner also addressed tbe
council about the proposed walk. Mr.
Heppner was of tbe opinion that tbe
railroad company eight lo build the
walk. He was riot in favor of the city
taking it up.
It was decided by ths council to in
vestigate tbe matter. Tbe general con
census of opinion was that the walk
was needed and should be built.
A resolution fm passed ordering a
ew side walk on Willow street in front
of Joe Keeney's property.
An incondescert light was ordered in
front of the engine house and city jail.
The follcwinr bills which include
August and Fer-fbf were ordered
The Merchants Dray Co $ 2 50
Heppner Trranefer Co 3 50
Heppner Light A Water Co 83 52
ft R SiinonB 2 50
Conser A Ayer8 Drug Co 25
Heppner Transfer Co 50
J S Boyer 14 05
J S Boyer 10 55
Geo. Thornton, salary 60 00
PCCresswell GO 00
J P Williams 16 65
Frank Natter 20 08
L W Brifgs, interest on bonds. . 558 33
Heppner Light A Water Co 70 00
J J Roberts 7 00
WB Tucker 1140
Geo Thornton, killing 12 dogs. . 12 00
Shelley Baldwin 4 05
J N Tiddler 1 20
Heppner Light A Water Co 70 00
Gee Thornton 60 00
J P Williams 16 65
LWBngga 8 33
Frank Natter 20 00
C E Redfield 25 00
P C Cresswell 60 00
PCCreeswell, 15 extra daya.... 30 00
4 dots extra 4 00
Piling lumber 2 00
4 meala 1 ("0
Gilliam A Bisbe 34 15
The quarterly report of the city treas
urer for tbe quarter ending September
30, was read and appreved as follows:
Bal on band last report. ..... . .13178 16
City taxes 8 10
Liquor license v 750 00
Dray " 15 00
Bus " 5 00
Delivery " 7 50
8how " 5 00
Dog " 4 00
Fines 348 00
Miscellaneous 36 00
Total receipts 4357 06
Warrants paid 1512 87
Bal on hand 2S14 1
linking fund 1280 49
From impounded stock sales. . . 21 15
Total reserves 1301 64
Available resources 14- 55
L. W. Baiois,
There is always a rush at the last mo
ment for school books, slates, pencils,
tablets, etc. Secure them early at Con
ser A Ayers and avoid tbe rush.
Oil, I'KOM'I ( T I I.AT l I ltlMi.
Located o ii Ilotli Sides of oli'ui M vi
lli ver, e r Cast le Hn k .
Mr. Willard llerren wn ea'Iea ij
Arlington Monday to attend a meeting
o.' the Columbia River Development Co.
Tuesday At the meeting they decided'
to purchase a standard drilling rigsri'I
employed a professional driller. Thi
drill will bore a hole to a depth of 2rf
feet. Tbe company has been nsmj the -drill
owned by the coal company m
Willow creek, and bored a hole aborctv
100 feet deep. At present there i
good flow of natural gas. The preejeerfr
we epeak of is on the Washington b;i
of the river opposite Castle Rock, btit
we learn that operatioas will soon torn
mence on the Oregon side, where
chances are equally as good as on tL
Wasbington eide of tbe river for strik
ing oil. The company has located 3,000"
acres of land in Morrow coanty. Mr.
Ross Beardsley, of Arlington one ef the
board of directors, was in Heppner
Wednesday and seems very enthusiast: -over
tbe prospect. Morrow county b
a great future and no doubt some imy,
it will be noted ior its oil wells and ccV '
CONNER SMITH-Oct.z, at the Pal
ace hotel in this city. Mr. Thos.
Conner and Miss Lilian I. Sraith, bofk
of lone, J. V. Crawford. ot'.icir.'.'iDt;
B U R N S I DK S P T K K Y -4 1 th r-rr
bouse in Heppner, Mr. Leonard .
P.'irnside arid Mi M.y per-y, H
A. G. Bartholomew, o.'lic'atiosr.
. ('. Mrt"'ii K egliorns.
W. W. roead Inn a iw we.H-"t--vr
S. C. Brown Inborn cockerel
P'.i!;et9 for ealrt at $1 each at t?:? eT.
near the depot, r.-own Lpborus r
all the year ro-n.l layers.
These chicks are not inbred. cr:
vour fctcck with thtui.