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HEPPNER. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1902,
nlted Btatea Official!.
Preeldent..., Theodore Rooaevelt
8.oretaryof Ty ....Lm1M. 8haw
UanratJirV of Waf B.BOOt
SeoreUryofNavy. William Hen r, Mood,
rOtmBlr-vjouoi -j -
k nnav-ftnral Vr.JtnOX
eoretary of Agriculture J ames Wilson
General Land Office Binser Hermann
atata Vndaral Ofielals.
( John H. Mitchell
ton l Joseph Simon
UOMN"n I . A. itoouy
Uaited State Uit oaeers.
ill F. Lucas SZSSui
K. w. naruen junitTM
n. Hwaekhamer neeeivei
Voveraor. ........ i. Dtxnhmr
eoretkryoi dmw CBrMoore
g.pt. PubUo lMtruction.... .... J. 8
. . Jf'i! UonM;
.pree ? 5 woWirtbm
Sixth Ja4teial District.
. A -.
W. X. Kill
Morrow County OfteielSi
iel.t Senator vOriMrw
Commissionere. i.u, Mewert
;irk '.Yawter Crawford
D DWH 'IT' ,.' Vi.-1
Surveyor ... i; " 'Jr.,
B.hool Han't Jay W. Shipley
" Coroner.... Dt. Klur
ock Inspector Henry 8cheriner
Danntiee Base, Ioae
Ike Yinson. Galloway
arme Town ornoiu.
border '' Jffi"
Treasurer ...... L. "riggi
Marshal George Thornton
17HKK SCHOOL DI8TBICT.
Directors Frank Gilllf.m, K. M. Bhutt, J. M.
Hater; Clerk J. J. Roberta.
Jaatieeof the raaee J. FAriu""
Q. W. Phelps
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
'0ce In Odd fellows Bldg Heppner, Oregon
Redfield & Welch,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office on wait end of May Street.
G. W. REA
If. S. COMMISSION EB
oaaeatead Filinga and Preofa made. Office
ooe door eaat 01 r. u. uorg rfw ot.
A. K. H1GGS,
PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON.
OrriCE bw I. 0. O. F. building. Rooms
3 and 4. Residence at J. W. Morrow'i
Located in Odd Fellows building.
Rooms 5 and 6.
McSwords A Kistner,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office hours when not professionally
Office : Opposite First National Bank.
Heppner Feed Store
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED
ia quanitiss to sail.
Being located on Main street
this is a bandr place for
teamsters driving in, and for
Complete Stock Always en Hen1
Robert Morgan, Prop,
Neit Door to Talace Hotel.
As the seeding sea
son is approaching
and grain is more
less smutty, it is
necessary to use. . .
You can get thif in
any quantity you
want, but it is ad
visable to come early
and avoid the rush;
..8106001 Drill CO..
LIQUORS & CIGARS
One bnndred empty barrels fer
ale. Five handled barrels of ex
tra flae eider Tlnegar oa Up. ...
FRANK ROBERTS. Prop
Red Front Livero &
Stewart 4 Kirk, Prepe
Kept constantly on hand
and can be furnishes on
short notice to parties
wishing to drive into the
interior. First class : :
flacks aod Bogules
CALL AROUND AND
SEE U8. WE CATER
TO THE : : : : :
AND CAN FURNISH
RIGS AND DRIVER ON
SHORT NOTICE : : :
4. H. BLAKE, Pne.
Beef, Porl Mutton.Veal
POULTRY and FISH
THE STRIKE IS VOTED OFF
Great Rejoicing: Every where in
the Coal Fields.
THE DECISION UNANIMOUS
Everyone New Leaks fer Better
Tlsaee Mtatere Will Resume
' Wark Taelay.
WILKE8BARRE, Pa., Oct. 21. With
a skoal thai fairly gbook the convention
baildiag, the representative of the H7,
CC9 aslaewerkert who bavs been on
strike since last May offieially declared
off at aoon today Ike greatest sontest
ever Bade betweea capital and labor,
aad placed all the qaeetiens involved in
the struggle ia tbt binds f rhf srbitrs-
tioa c eMMissiaa Aptfotaled by the Pri?i
4enl af the Uailad States. When the
news was flasked to Iks towns and
Tillages dowa in the valleys and en the
mountains of the coal rag ions, the in
habitants beared a sigh of relief.. Many
days hare gone by since suck welcome
news was received. Everywhere there
was rejoicing, and in masy places the
end of the strike was the sitnal for i
prompt town celebrations. The anth
resile eoal region from Its largest city
Bcraatea, oown to taa lewuest eoa
paten bes saffered by the conflict, and
Tory ana now looks for better times.
While the large army of mine workers
aad their families, numbering approxi
mately 500,000 persons, are grateful that
work is to be resumed iursday, th
strikers have still to learn what their
reward will be. President Roosevelt
having taken prompt action in calling
the arbitrators together for their first
meeting on Friday, the miners hope
they will knew by Thanksgiving day
what practical gains they have made.
Oregon Irrigation Association.
Portland, Oct. 18. The Oregon Irri
gatioa Association organized hereTburs
day, has three distinct purposes :
First To investigate the rights of pri
vate irrigation companies in the state;
to look into the status of the contracts
which they have acquired under the
Carey act, and ascertain how large areas
are covered by those contracts.
Second To find out where lie the ob
stacles that the government has en
countered in its endeavor to establish
irrigation works in Oregon.
Third To encourage the government
to undertake irrigation ia Oregon, and
to obtain for thia stats its share of the
funds which congress has set apart for
These three purposes the association
will carry forward with due tregard to
the vested rights of private companies.
Another prominent object is to stir up
the people of the state to the immediate
necessity of showing that Oregon is in
terested in the oew irrigation! system,
and to lend the gorerament encourage
ment to enter upon projects in this
A. U. Devsrs was sleeted president
of the body, and J. M. Moore, Secre
tary. To the end of enKiting public senti
ment, a state convention will be held at
Portland, November 18. About 450
delegates will be entitled to attend.
They will be apportioned as follows:
To be named :
By the governor, 20 delegates; by
mayors of cities, two delegates, and one
additional for every 2500 people or ma
jor fractioa of that number; by each
board of county commissioners, two
delegates; by each commercial organ
ization, two delegates and one for each
50 members; bv each irrigation com
pany, two delegates; by the state uni
versity, state agricultural college, ex
periment station and each state normal
school, each two delegates.
Practically all of the state officials are
named ex-efficio officers.
The association was orgaaiasd at ths
instance of J. N. Williamson aad the
chamber of commerce of Portlaad.
The organizers, bssides Mr. "William
son, were: J. C. Moreland, A. H. Do
ners. O. M. Molsaacs, J. M. Moore,
Heary E. Reed and C. C. Hotchlason.
Prlnevllle rlr Eali.
Priaeyills, Or., Oct 18. The last day
of the Crook County Fair was the heel
of the four, and every one has boon well
entertained and sesms satisfied with
the frrsagements. The weather hs
hah ail tk. 4 auU I dial red.
The awards were paid today,
and after looking it over, the visitors
are all well pleased. The weights of a
few of the exhibits are as follows:
Twelve apples, 13 pounds and five
ounces; 12 Hungarian prunes, three
pounds two ounces; 12 tomatoes, 12
pounds 1 ounce ; 6 Gravenstein apples.
S peands 2 ounces ; one dish of English
walnuts, 2 pounds 8 ounces; one dish of
soft shell almonds, one pound, 12
The meeting for the purpose of organ
ising a permanent association was well
attended, and between $4000 and $5000
was pledged for the enterprise.
The baby show was a drawing card
for the women, while the mer were
running horses. The baby show
brought out nine entries, and was one
of the features of the fair.
The pavillion contained many fine ex
hibits, and a particularly valuable col
lection of Indian arrow points, and some
fine paintings and embroidery. The
mineral exhibit included gold, silver,
coal, asphalt, cinnibar and lead, from
nine different districts, all in Crook
county. The exhibits have been a good
object lesson to the residents of the
county, and all have promised to do
better next year.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is oa
each box. 25c
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
flesh. There are many
Shylocks now, the convales
cent, the consumptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blood, bone and muscle.
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Scott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists.
400-415 Pearl Street. New York.
$oc. and i.m ; all drug gist.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Absolutely Pura "
JIM YOfJIfOEB PEAP
'seme Oatlaw Commits aui-ia.
1st Si. Paul.
It. Paul, Oat. Id. James Younger,
formerly member of the notorious
James bead of outlaws, which iafssted
the Western country a quarter of a cen
tury age, committed suicide today by
shootiag. He left a letter to the press,
ia which he gives as a reason for his
act despondency over continued ill
health and separation from his friends.
The suicide is supposed to have oc
oursd about I o'clock this morning.
Younger occupied a room in a down
town block, aad when he di J not make
his appearaace as usual today search
was made for him. About 5 o'clock
this aftaraoea the doer af bis room was
broken ia aad his dead body found,
stretched an the ioor beside the bed, a
revolver altftched in bis right hand.
He had shot himself through the head
aad evideatly bad been dead for several
Yoaager, since bis parole from the
rJtate peaiteatiary in July of last year,
had led an exemplary life. kHis first
employment wae as a traveling agent
for a tombstone dealer, and on one of
the trips be was quite seriously hurt by
a fall frem a wagon. Old wounds he
bad received earlier in life also gaye '
him snach trouble and, although he
eon obtained lighter employment, his
health was extremely precarious and
Ihis caused him much worriraent. He
was 54 ysars ol ags.
HEPPflER WHEAT MARKET.
Thursday, Oct. 23.
Club 55, cents per bushel.
Blue stsm 58 cents per bushel.
The above prices are 1J cents abovs
last weeks' quotations. The market
is steady with an upward tendency.
At lone for a choice lot where there
was close competition as high as &)
cents per bushel was paid.
Latest advices from Portland stata
that all the grain markets are strong.
Wheat cables came through higher
from Liverpool and Paris, aod the East
also closed at an advance. iShippsrs
quotsdelub wheat in Portland for ex
port purposes at 65(3 C6c, and bluestaui
at 6l,'69c. From lj,'3c above thia
price is known to have been paid, as
competition is unusually keen. Noth
ing nsw is rsportsd in wheat charters.
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