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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View This Issue
BLITZ WAS MODEST.
Yet Webster Wouldn't Give the Ma
gician a Trentury Job.
PiiriiiK tlie presidency of Mr. Tyler
J hurt occasion to call on Pnniel Web
pter. then, secretory of state.
illanclnff nt my enrd. he turned nnd
rendlly extended his hand with. "Wel
come, signor! No hocus poeus among
my papers," covering them with his
After explaining to him my object 1
received the required Information. We
laughed and chatted a few minutes,
nnd I was about to retire when I men
tioned that I was an applicant for
office and hoped 1 could rely upon his
influence In the matter.
"You, a magician, an office seeker,
"There Is only one. sir, I aspire to;
all others I should refuse without re
tard to their emoluments."
"Well, what one Is that?" questioned
he great statesman in his deep and
"Counting the treasury notes, Mr.
"The treasury notes, signor?"
"Yes, sir. You might give me 100,
000 to count and watch me closely, but
you would find only 75,000 when 1 re
"Signor." he exclaimed, with lively
animation, "there is no chance for
you; there are better magicians here
than you. For there would not be
60,000 left after their counting!"
From "Life and Adventures of Signor
no IT NOW
Ilrppiier People Should Not Walt
I nlll It In Too I, ate.
The appalling death-rate from kid
ney disease ia doe in most cases to the
fact that the little kidney troubles are
usually neglected nntil they become
serious. The slight symptoms give
place to chrooic disorders and the suf
ferer goes gradually into the grasp of
diabetes, dropsy, Bright's disease,
giave) or some other serious form of
If you suffer from headaches, back
ache, dizzy a pells ; if the kidney secre
tions are irregular of passage and un
natural in appearance, do not delay.
Help the kidneys at once.
Doan's Kidney Pill are especially
for kidney disorders they cure where
others fail. Over one hundred thou
sand people have recommended them.
Here's a case at borne :
Mrs. G. W. Thomas, of HeppnerOre .
rays: "A member of our family used
Doan's Kidney Pills and found them
yery effective in bringing relief from
caused by disordered kidneys. This
remedy is worthy of indorsement."
For sale by all deaers. Price 50cnts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United Mates.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
At the Farm of J. S. Young, Gooseberry
Springs, 17 Miles South of lone and
12 Miles Northwest of Hardman. .
Saturday, March, 1st 1911.
I Will Sell the Following:
30 Head of Stock Hogs.
2 Milk Cows and Calves.
14 Head of Horses, 8 of which are work Horses.
2 Head of Mules. .
3 Low AVheeled "Wagons.
1 Double seated, top Hack.
5 Sets of "Work Harness.
1 Set of Buggy Harness.
1 Gang Plow, 2 bottom.
2 Walking Plows.
2 1G foot Harrows.
1 Monitor Drill.
1 Wheat Fan.
1 12 foot Hodge Header.
3 Header Beds.
1 Mowing Machine.
1 Blacksmith Outfit.
Some Household Goods.
Other articles too numerous to mention.
Terms of Sale
Cash on all sums less than $10.00. Sums above $10.00,
Eight months time on notes with approved security.
J. S. Young, Owner.
E. E. Miller, Auctioneer.
Try the Gazette Job Office for Artistic Job
Printing of all Kinds.
Neat Work. Prompt Delivery. Full Count.
Billy McMillan was a caller from
Ralph Hymer, the lone tonsorial
artist, was in town yesterday.
Henry F. Blahm is down from
"Walla Walla looking after interests
E. G. Austin, of Granite, was do
mz bosiness in Heppner this week,
being registered at the Palace.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Molden de
parted for Hood River on Tuesday,
where they will reside in the fu
ture. Paul Hisler was in town yester
day. Panl says he has not sold
any abeep yet as the price offered
does not Bait.
W. O. Minor left for Portland
Jlonday to attend the livestock
show wbich is on at the Union
Stock Yards thin week.
M. C. Griswold, the timberland
buyer, was here this week closing
up the deals lor Morrow county
timber lands that he recently
J. C. OWEN, Manager.
This hotel is now under new man
agement. We serve good meals, and
our accommodations to the traveling
public are first class.
Stop with us when passing thro' Hardman.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR MOR
W. M. Doughty, plaintiff, vs. Robert
Capen and C. H. Calkins, defendants
To Kobnrt Capen and C. H. Calkins,
In the name of the State of Oregon
You and each of vou are hereby earn
moncd and required to appear in the
above entitled Court ana answer the
oomplaint of plaintiff, tiled againet you
in tlie above entitled action, on or be
fore six weeks from the date of t'ie hrst
publication of this Summons, and if you
iatl to appear and answereaid complaint
or otherwise plead within sail timn, the
pUuitilf for want thereof, will take judg
ment f irmnst you for the amount prayed
for in eaid complaint, to-wit:
The sum nf $42-".0O, and interest I here
on since the 1st day of October, A. D.
1908, at tbe rate of eight per cert per
annum, and for the sum of JoO.OO as
reasonable attorney's fees for the eol
Ind for the further sum of $425.00
and interest thereon since the 1st day of
ctorr, A. I). I'.XiH, at the rate of eight
por rent per annum, and for the sum of
00. as reasonable attorney's fees far
the cjlictiro thereof, and for plaintiffs
crt and disbursement in this action.
This summons is published by Older
ot tbe Hon. C. C. Patterson, County
Judjre of the County of Morrow, Hate of
regon,and madeoothe 14'h day 0
Vbrnary, A. I). 1011, and the date of
the first publication of this Summons is
tba lrih day tf February, l'jll.
F. 11. Romsso.k,
fit) 7t Attorney for I'laictifT. 1
I Slocum Drug Co. ij
i: For Drugs, Toilet Articles, . ;j
: and Stationery call on .
I Slocum Drug Co. 1 1
W. O. MINOR, President
J. II. McHALEY, Vice-President
W.S. WHARTON, Cashier
W. O. MINOR
J. H. McHALEY
W. G. SCOTT
C. E. WOODSON
W. S. WHARTON
Bank of Heppner
Capital, Fully Paid.
$50 000 00
Four Per cent Interest paik on Time and Savings Deposits
Your Banking Solicited
The spirit of "boosting" Oregon is now
in the air. You can't boost Oregon by
patronizing flour mills in other states.
They pay no wages or taxes in this com
munity. EVERY SACK OF OUR
FLOUR IS GUARANTEED. Buy
one from your grocer. If not satisfactory,
it will cost you nothing.
Bran and Mill feed $22.50 per
ton. , Shorts $23.50.
"Good-bye, little squirrel, good-bye;
Don't cry, little squirrel, don't cry,
There is plenty of wheat for you to eat,
But, oh my! poor thing, oh my!
It was purchased at Phelps', that's why.
I have secured the agency for the C. &
W. Squirrel and Gopher Poison the
most reliable, convenient and economical
It is absolutely guaranteed to be the best
poison on the market.
25 cents per can
Why Pay More?
Especially when you can get nothing
Just opened a full line of gar
den and flower seeds bulk or
A. M. PHELPS
R. M. HART, Prop,
The place where you find the choicest stock of
Candies. Cigars and Tobacco in the city.
ICE CREAM SEASON NOW O. We make tor ewn Cream The
Beat In Town. Try It once and be convinced.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Established in 1887
A general banking business conducted.
Exchange on all important points of the world.
M. S. Corrigall, President
J. I. Xattkk, Vice President
T. J. Mahoney, Cashier
Clyde Brock, Asst. Cash.
Four per cent, paid on time deposits.
M. S. Corrigall
J. 13. Natter
T. J. Mahoney
A. L. Ayers
500 Sick People Wanted
PERKINS NATIONAL HERBS
NATURE'S MEDICINE AND COMMON DISEASES:
flABKH, R1TS AND IlKRUS
Burdock, Prirkly Aih,
MiinnolU, Yellow Dock.
Pkrkins' Herb Correct
P,h(!iimHtiim, Kidney Disorder.
Liver Complaint. ConMipation,
Hick and Nervoaa Headache,
Fever and Aen.
gcrolula. Ken ale Complaint,
Xurvoue Allcet iodi,
And All I)ieae
AriairiK from Impure Blood.
Each bnx ix Numbered. Kmrt.tered and contains our rnnrrart to return the One Dollar
if the naer I not aanhd. - - - We take the rifck-You Ht the benefit.
PAP SIMONS, Local Agent. Heppner. Oregon.
Office at Vaughn A Sons Implement store.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE
1.00 per Year.
C. E. WOODSON,
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W
Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on west end of May Street
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Court House,
W. L, SMITH,
Only oomplete Bet of abstract book
in Morrow oounty.
Hbppnbb, . Obboon
Located in Odd Fellows building.
Rooms 5 and 6.
Ceo. G. Gaunt, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
N. E. WINNARD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SCRUCOM
Lenox College, 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med Colleg
Rusk Medical College, 1892.
F. E; Boydcn, M. D.
Physician & Sukgeon
Office in fear of Patterson & Son's
DR. M. A. LEACH
Permanently located in Heppner. Office
in the new Fair building. Gas ad
HAIRCCTTIKG 6HAV1NO BATHS
Morrow Building Heppner, Oregon
lone, - - - Oregon
Dr. Martha S. Arledge, D. 0.
Dr. J. P. Conder, M-T. D-
Treatment of all diseases
99 per cent, of cases successfully treated
Red Front Livery &
Willis Stewart, Prop
Kept constantly on tan J
and can be furnishes cr
short notice t- parties
wishing to drive into -he
interior. Firs' class : :
Hacks and Buoijles
CALf 1 ROUND AND
SEtf US. WE CATER
TC VHE : : : :
uSD CAN FURNISH
KIGS AND DRIVER ON
SHORT NOTICE : : :