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THE HEPHNtH TIMES.
THURSDAY. FEB. II. 1904.
Subscription, 51.00 Per Year.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All I'hatiKus In ailvartlsmnniils. ti(l nil cor-
xniiiiiiilniii'o MUM1 Ihi lull at thin olllire lr
HpilntiaiUr noon, otharwlM tluir will ixs bald
jvr until Mix following wa. Waalin III lolo
Sum aarly TliurmUy morning, ami cr.niinl li
l By oil by ii'li, ami cc'rusponiltiiic which tig
nt as wnU Ihi IIIiI carllnr lu ths wwik,
l'i'nf rcmi'inlMtr this.
A i lmrKB ol five r.'ii ta a II im will lu mails (or
publishing "Koaoluilulia ol (.'olliiili'ln:l'."
Read the white goods sale bargains in
the Pair d this wcik.
S. P. Devln went to Portland Monday
on a brief business visit.
J. R. Nunemeker, was In '.he city
Saturday from Spring Hollow,
GtK, McDonald ol Hardman, wai a
buiineaa vial or In the city Monday.
Jauiet K. Duckler of IUrdman, was
viaitor la ileppner the first of the week.
Henry Scbttrsinger ol Rhea creek,
wai transacting business lu town Satur
day. Thoi. H. Brown was In from Ilinton
creek the latter part of lust week on
P.M. and J, A. I.ortn, Gooseberry
farmers, trammeled bualneu In Ilrppner
1). K. Giluian ahipprd carload of
draft horaei to the Portland market
Mrs. Otis Patterson of The Dalles,
v'slted with Ileppner f lends few days
the ptst week.
Jake Young brought in a load of 15
nice young porkers for the Liberty Meat
Mrs. J. K. Carr, who has been quite
ill the past week or more, is reported to
be improving rapidly.
Minor & Company have some special
offerings in their adv. this week that
will interest you, read it.
Mrs. Kadle Dowen was up (rom Arling
ton the latter prat of last week looking
after her homestead claim.
Mrs. Minnie McDowell was a pas
BetiKer for Portland Saturday where she
vrltl visit for a couple of weeks.
I'eter Brenner, prominent wheat
grower of the Ivifht Mile country, waa
in the city on business Monday.
1'. P. Vaughn, who was in from Right
Mile Saturday, reports that the grain
crop la looking fine in his section,
VVm. Itarton thought the residence
properly of Shelly Baldwin on Green
treet to is w.ek, consideration f'K).
P. L. Kd wards of Snohomish, Wash.,
is in the city looking over this section
with view to lo ating permanently.
Miss Maud Mills returned raturday
from CUsksnine. 8ue reports that her
another, who waa recently injured by
falling limb, is getting along nicely.
Mrs. F.Os Officer left on Monday's
stage by way of Baker C'.'y for IKppner,
where she fcoes to consult a specialist In
X-rays with view to treatment for
cancer John Day News.
Geo. Noble, who has been residing in
The Dalles the past fall and winter,
returnded to Ileppuer last Saturday, and
Mia. Noble will return id a few day'a,
when they will again tecum residents
of this city.
W. M. Kummerland, who was la Iowa
Saturday, asys that wheat that be seeded
just be lore Christmas is up and growing
nicely. This is unusual for wheat sown
in midwinter. But it demonstrates the
kind of winter weather we have.
K. C Judson, who bsa cbsrge of tht
matter of distributiug dry lend elCalfa
red lor the O. R. & N. reports that be
has disposed of over 1 .'1,000 pounds
during the past mouth, and Is daily be
sieged with letters from all over tbt
country lor description of the merits
of the variety.
Julius Kenhley returned Saturday
from Portlaud where be had been for
week or more with a view to buying a
suitable plot of land lor poultry yard,
which business he contemplates en
gaging In. He did nut buy but eipects
to go down again soon when he hopes
to le more successful.
The second story of tbt Crook county
court bouse at Prlnevllle, burned last
Tbursdsy morning, entailing a lose to
the county of about 2XK). No records
were burned as the fire atartedesrly In
(be morning before the records had been
(akca from the vault for the day. A
defective flue was the Cause of ths) blast.
J. W. Morrow arrived from Portland
Tuesday eveuiug, and will remain in our
city for a day or so looking alter bis in
In this Kane of the Times appears the
announcement of G. A. Blesktnaa, of
Ilarduian, who desires nomination for
assessor ia the republican ticket.
The building just north of the Palace
hotel is being fitted up for a basket ball
hall, and we may expect some very in
teresting contests In the near future.
The deep bats whistle heard down the
canyon Monday night was not produced
by an overland steamboat, but by big
locomotive which came up to get the
work trala that has been here for some
C I',. Jones was In from Eight Mile
Tuesday for three fine bred roosters
that came by express from Albany and
and The Dalits. Two were rose comb
White Leghorns and the other a Black
Art Minor shipped this week for the
Penland Livestock company 175 head of
b'eef cattle. The shipment wss made
from Echo and goes to the Union Meat
company. The price paid for the cattle
was ft. per hundred.
Dr. P. B. Kistner wss called to Port
land the first of the week on account of
the Illness ol his sister, who recently
withstood a surgical operation. Dr. C.
K Kennedy of Arlington, has charge of
his office while be is away.
8. C. Jackson is In receipt of Alfred
Peet's 1U04 wall paper samples, more
beautiful than ever before; also Portland
samples. If you wish he will furnish
house lining at 3 cents per yard. A
quantity now on hands. Wall paper
six c-nts per roll and up.
The LsGrande land office was opened
for business Tuesday, the recently ap
pointed receiver, A. A. Roberts, having
taken charge of his office on that day.
There is said to be hundreds of home
strad filings awaiting the officials and
t e accumulated w irk will be disposed
of by working night shilts and overtime.
The Ileppner Jr. band is perfecting
arrangementa to give a banket social on
Friday, Ptbiuary 11) The boys are
deserving ol encouragement as they are
striving hard to build up a good band
and are entitled to a liberal patronage,
Instructor Carr fays that he haa never
given Instruction to a band that ad
vanced more rapidly or took grra'er
interest in the work. The band boys
are entitled to a large sale of baskets for
their energy in trying to give Ileppner
a good band, and there is little doubt
but they will receive substantial en
courngement. The entertainment will
incluile a good program.
The first real winter weather of the
sea on visited Eastern Oregon the first
of the week, and it was not very cold
either, the tbemometer dropped to only 1(1
above ern. ruo fell to a depth of two
ami a ball Inches Monday, the heaviest
fall of the winter. This will necessitate
the Iredlug of stuck, lut most of the
stockmen welcome the moderstely cold
snsp because their stock w ill eat their
feed better than if the weather remained
moist. All have feed to tske their flocks
and herds through in good shape and
they would rather feed now than later
because it insurer more thrifty con
dition of their animals at the opening
The Japan Russian War
The long expected wsr between Jspsn
aad Russia was actually begun last
Sunday night when a fleet of 1(1 Japanes
Vfsvrls attacked the Russian fleet of 14
vessels In the outer harbor at Port Arthur
In this engagement three Rusiian ships
were bsnly disabled, two were baltlshlps
and oue cruiser.
It is reported that on Tuesdsy the
Jspanese fleet engaged and defeated two
Russian war hips at Cbemnlpo, The
eagsgement lasted for four hours with
the result that one Russian vessel wss
sunk and a not he fired. Jspanee vessels
did not sustain any damage in either
Dynamite Ranger Office.
A dispslcb from Canton City statrs
that lbs office ol the Long Creek Ranger,
in Giant county, was wrecked Sunday
tight with dynamite and the contents
blown Into the street. Tbe east eod
of tbe building wss torn entirely out,
the west end moven severs! fret and the
roof Is tottering to lall Half a dorm
sticks were explode nndrr tbo esst end.
Type, esses, forms and (urniturt are a
total lota. The presses art sprung out
of shspe, but not ruiued
No one was In tht offict at tht lime
and no one was Injured Tht adjoining
building was not much damaged. The
persons who contra Itted tht crime are
unknown. An Investigation is In prog
ress and Inquiries regarding purchasers ol
dynsmitt wert sent over tht country ai d
to neighboring towns.
The tditor, it is said, hat been very
scathing la hit denunciation of things
hit did not approve and had incurred the
enmity of a certain elemrnt of the com
T. II. Nichols has completed his new
house and moved into it.
Our band ia making progress in
practice. We expect some good music
from them soon.
Revival meetings are in progress at
the Congregational church, conducted by
Rev. J, L.Jonea, of lone.
Fremont Sprowls and Ralph Leach
were thrown from a wagon 'Sunday.
They were driving a young horse.
Neither was much hurt.
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to the people of Lexington for
thnir kiudnesa and sympathy during the
late illness of our mother and in our
bereavement. C. A. Morey.
On January 2fi, Mrs. Rachel Stovall,
mother of Mra. C. A. Morey, passed to
the other side of the river of death. She
wasl!7yeara old. The funeral services
were conducted by Rev. White. The
remainis were interred in the Lexington
cemetery. The deceased had been a
member of the church for 48 years, and
waa a faithful, devoted christian.
The basket ball teams gave an inter
Uinment last Thursday evening. It
was the closing event of the season.
The young ladies gave a aupper, which
was a surprise to the gentlemen, After
the entertainment, the members engaged
in a play party until a late hour. Those
who ere there report having "The
greatest time you ever bad reference to."
A new girl arrived at the horns of
David Leach last week.
Several of our Odd Fellows went to
Ileppner last Wednesday flight.
The revival meetings at the Congre
gational church will close Thursday
The Home Mission Society will give
a birthday party at the Artisan hall
Jos. F.skelson has moved his family
Into town. They live in the house he
purchssed from T. H. Nichols.
We understand that a game of basket
ball will be played here next Saturday
by the Ileppner and Lexingtqn teams.
Revival meeting! will begin at tht
U etbo list church nest Wednesday siren
Ing. Presiding Elder ghangle will be
present to assist in the meeting.
The new M. E. church South, will be
completed this week, except the outside
painting. It is a neat and substantial
structure. The auditorium is 42 by 28
feet, and the lecture room is 14 by 28
feet. The building is seated with pews.
W. J. Davis is the builder, and he may
feel justly prouJ of the building.
'February 9, 1904.
M. C. Fuqua was visiting In Hardman
Guy Fuller wat visiting friends on
Kfjit Mile Sunday.
J. R. Young delivered a load of hogs
to the H-ppner market today.
Otptr Stanton has moved to Walla
Walla, and will go in business there.
We are having regulsr March weather
Snow, blow, rain, sunshine and warm
all In one day.
Lincoln Craddick sold six head ol
niules last wrek to eome buyer for the
A. W. Paling went lo Hardman yeter-
day to visit bis mother, who ia sick
Willi some stomach trouble
Ever) body was plowing last week
but from all sp esranees they will
"Uo away ofTand tit down" this week.
Garrat Akert and Tbco. Anderson
purchased some fine rose comb White
I-eghorn cockerels from C. E. Joues
poultry yard last week.
O.J. Cox of Hardman, cams down
today and will move hit cattle, that
W. W. Urannan hat beea pasturing,
to Rliea creek tomorrow.
The Eight Mile Hocislist club had a
meeting Saturday evening at the school
honst and made arrsngementt (or a
socialist speaker to visit Monow county
in the near future.
February 8, 1914.
Tbt coon show at Hardman wat very
Weather very cold enow, about four
Mrs Bensrd.whols ill, Is improving
and till lie moved bom Wednesday,
Mias Louise DeVore will do her house
work until she recovers.
There will be a ball at the Hardman
ball tbe 19. of thia month.
Mrs. Eenard Bleakman, who has been
at Arlington during the winter, haa re
There is fine sleighing at Hardman,
but we fear the snow may not remain on
the ground long.
Grandma Baling, who has been very
ill, was taken to Ileppner for treatment
School will close here after two More
Mrs. Collins' son is very ill.
February 8, 1104.
By the solicitation of my trends I an
nounce myself a candidate for assessor,
subject to the will of the Republican
convention. G. A. Bleakmax,
of Dairy Precinct.
What ar They?
Chamberlain Stomach and Liver
Tablets, A new remedy for stomach
troubles, biliousness, and constipation,
ana a good one. Price 25 cents. For
sale by Slocum Drug Co.
In The Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow county,
J. A. Thompson, Plaintiff
J. P. Williams as administrator of
the estates of Hermlne Abrahamslck deceased,
am! of Antone Abrahamslck deceased, Elsie
Meyrs, William Merger, Johanna Abrabamsltk,
and A 11 ton j Abrahamil k belri at law of
Hermlne Abrahamslck and An tone Abraham-
To ENie Meyrs, William Berger, Johanna
Abraham)! k and Antone Abrahamslck of tbe
above named delendanu.
In tbe name of the Bute of, Oregon; You
and each of you will take notice that you and
cata of you are hereby required to appear and
answer In the above entitled court and cause,
on or before Tburday the loth day of March
1904, said date being six weeks from January
!th 1WW, the date prescribed in the order for
the Brat publication of this summons; and if
you fall to so appear plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for In his complaint
to-wlt: For judgement againiit the defendant
J. P. Williams aa administrator of the estates
of Hermlne Abrahamaitk deceased, and of
Antone Abrahamslck deceased, in the sum of
$K.0O and accruing interest at rate of 10 per
cent per annum and the further sum of S40.0U
attorneys fees and the costs and disbursements
of this suit, and for a decree foreclosing a
certain mortguge made and executed by said
Hermlne Abrabamsltk and Antone Abraham
sick both deceased, on the 24th day of Novem
ber to Jennie Hocket, now owned by
plaintiff upon the following described prem
ises to-wlt: Lots four and five lu block five In
Jones' sddltton to tbe town Of Heppncr Oregon
snd that said premises be sold to satisfy the
amount fonmf so tw due plaintiff upon mid
mortgage, apd for such other relief as may be
tiiiultabls. This iiinimpns Is served upon you
by publication thereof by order of Hon. W. R.
Ellis, Judge of the 6tb Judicial District of
Oregon, which order Is dated at Chambers st
Pendleton, Oregon on the 2fith day of January
9104, and prescribed that the first publication
of this summons shall be made on the 2Hth
day of January 1V04, and the last publication
thereof on the loth day of March 1904.
0. W. Philps
J28 ml0 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Have just opened a new
saloon at the corner of
Main and May streets
Hot and Cold Lunches
I leppner, Or.
May Ftreet, Hast side of Creek
Gee Wall, prop.
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1 SALE OF WHITE
j)ont miss this sale of white goods bought long be
fore the price of Cotton advanced, and marked under,
25 to 30 per cent
-On Present Worth
Our New York buyer took advantage of a tip many months ago
before the price of cotton "WENT UP" and placed an order for
our spring needs in
Ladies Ready To Don Lingerie
K' The goods are here and bo into
saving of 25 to 30 per cent to
61 We anticipate quick Belling
ear y as tbe assortment now is
will no donbt be broken before
j 5 per cent less than the marked prices. This includes Edges
Inser8ion8 and Allovers.
Summer Goods and Waistings
Lace stripe snuslin 27 inches wide Dotted Swiss with corded stripe 27 In.
worth regnlarl2jc, special 9c wdt, worth regular 25c, special. .19c
Lace stripe white waisting, 30c Fine Wai9ting with clusters of satin
".'pi -22c tgcd.::u!,!ace,,:ri
Lace stripe pique 27 incbe. wide Extra fine lace 8t summer waist.
40cva'ue, for 32c ing 32 in. 40c value, for 32c
,,.1 Mens Golf
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If you have a Farm, Grazing
Lands or City Property for
Sale call on us. Or if vou
Want to Buy we can suit you
as we have a Long List of
Properties to Select from.
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further trouble, wo can Pell you any quantity
from 40 acres up at prices that will surprise you.
All of our scrip is fully 'guaranteed and wo
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Land oflico until patent issues without additional
HUDSON & BROWNHILL, The Dalles, Oregon
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at these sale prices. So come
complete, and the quantity large,
the sale is over March 1st.
9 nnn .shirts
and Negligee Shirts ready
for your inspection at MINOR & CO'S.
Finish. Prices range from
The first two shipments of Shoes have just been
received ard are being put in stock. All the
Latest Cuts and Styles in these two lots.
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