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VOL. VII.
IIKITNKU, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1904.
NO. 15.
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COUPON
Good for 10 cents on a 50 cent purchase of any of the following
goods.
SLOCUM'fl WHITK PINK AND TAR
SLOCUM'8 WIHTK PINK
BLOCUM't? I'KOTOKAL KXPKCTOUANT
'.' "DrCOSTA'S BLOOD AND LIVKIt PILLS
. DiCOHTA'S PINK LIVKR PILLS
" "III N 1)00 COUN CU UK. COLUMBIAN TEA
' SLOCUM'S RAUSAPAlttLLA. GOLDEN OIL
CAHBOLATED AHNIOA HALVE. PAIN PLASTER
fcCAU'lNK DANDRUFF CURE ' .
Two coupons will ,h taken on a $1 purchase of tho above.
We guarantre all the above remedies, if not satisfactory, money
will lw cheerfully refunded. , , , .
SLOCUM DRUG CO.
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Heppner
Transfer
Company
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Grocery Store
Special Sale
Wo are stocking up with a complete new. line of
groceries, and in order to make room for the new
stock we are offering h
Choico natural leaf tea 25c
p value, now 15c
o Illackliri 25c can now 15c
Cnerrii'H
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20c
Poik A Hearts 15c now 3 for 25c
Dried prunes 10c i ow 41b for 25c
ecial prices as follows:
Dried apples 12 Jc val now 31b 25c
Dried p-ach.-s 12cval 31b 25c
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All 5c Cigars now 8 for 25c
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All 10c Cicara now 4 for 25c 0
All 15c Cigars now 3 .for 25c
MONOI'OLE THE REST CANNED GOODS
I.i:FFI.ER & ASH B AUG H
HuccHors to W. A. Andrews.
JUST POrjTI! )f KLOCUM'H DKUO 8TORR, MAIK 8T.
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ROCK SPRINGS COAL
DRY CORD WOOD
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We have five good teams and
your orders for Wood, Coal and
anything in the drayage line will
receive careful and prompt at
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CONOVER & GRAY
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John T. Whistler Says it is
Best Irrigation Scheme
WORK TO COMMENCE SOON
GfRR&GOX j
Contractors and Builders
ESTIMATES AND PLANS I
' FURNISHED ON ALL WORK j
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A share of the patronage
solicited. I
HOUSES MOVKD and REPAIRED j
Oiiice one door nortli of Scri viier's
blacksmith shop, Alain street.
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BLOODED STOCK
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SOLICITED
LOWER MAIN STREET
Heppner, Oregon
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I I keep constantly on hand
g for sale Jacks, Mules and tine :
I Driving Teams and Saddlers.
I AIho one Norman SialHon,
i Black as a rat-en, weight 1C00
pound, lour years oia. 1
I keep a kennel of registered 3
Scotch Coolies, the best stock j
jj and farm dog known. jj
I The best and
HICHEST BRED STOCK j
in EaHtern Oregon. Anyone de-
siring any of this class of Stock I
will tind it to their interest to S
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ARTHUR SMITH
Watchmaker and Jeweler
I HEPPNER
OREGON
..Palace Hotel..
HEPPNER, OREGON.
Cet appointed Motel In EaHtern Oregon.
Every Modern Convenience.
Lighted by electricity.
Beet Meals in the City.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
PHIL MKTSCHAN, Jr.
Prop
Grocery Store
DECORATED SKMM'OUCELAIN WARE FREE
By purchasing $2;",00 worth of goods at this store you re
ceive free of chargj a set of this beautiful ware ....
MONOPOLE GOODS
Re ra q ruber kvehythinq
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No Stale Goods
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And see us and we will treat you right.
BINNS BROS.
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HI Sad Tbwlfonl'f BlMk-Trabt
a fxd mrriloin for liver iIiihw,
It rnr.il my mid after he bad tprmi
$li)0 with rlorton It I all th.nd
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MARTIN, Ptrkwaburf , W. Va.
If your liter doea not art reg
ularly go to your drupgint and
secure a packaffe of Thedford'i
Jilai k-I)raia'lit and take a dose
tonight. This pre a family
niedicina freet the Conatipated
boweli, ttirt up the torpid liver
and eauHt'i a Lcalthy accretion
of bile.
The.lford'i Black Draught
will cleanaA the Uoweli of nn
puritiea and strengthen the kid
IieTi. A torpid lirer invitee
coldi, biliounei, chilli and
fever and all manner of lick
neat and contagion. Weak kid-'
rc.Ti rpKult in Dright'e diwane
which claim as many victims
aa rwiaumptlnn. A CA-cent
Fatkaae of Thedford'i Iilatk
'raught should aiwavi be kept
ia the Louie.
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Druih fur ll.r aud k dajr oom
JjUInU and found nnth if uiri
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THEDFORD'3
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Cor. Main and Willow Bta.
HEPPNER, ORE.
Three Thousand Sheep are Re
ported to Have Been Slaught
ered In Lake County Recently
By Cattlemen.
John T. Whistler, of the United States
geological survey, in charge of the rec
lamation services in Oregon, has made
a favorable report to the secretary of
the Interior upon the Bntter creek
irrigation scheme. He has so presented
it to the authorities that Chief Engineer
Newell, in making his report lo Con
gress, places the Butter creek project
the most feasible in Oregon.
Speaking of the work in Oregon Mr.
Newell said as follows.
"In Oregon there are three projects
bich we have been studying with care.
We have been examining the whole
state, and while thos three are perhaps
not the best, tbey have attractive points.
We started oat to see if we could take
ont the Snake river and bricg it along
into Oregon, but it was found a canal
could not be brought out there. The
next question was whether tho Umatilla,
which flows by Pendleton, could be
brought out and stored in the Butter
creek region. It ia apparent that we
van there make a retervoir not a very
good rest voir, but we can probably store
and utilize water there for the recla
mation of 50 000 or 60,000 acres. This
I all good land mad the extut of the
irrigation it limited only' by the water
supply, and we roughly estimate that
we can put water on to the land at a
cost of from $10 to (15 per acre. J
"The second project is in the ex
treme eastern part of the state in the
Boiee valley, where the waters of the
Malheur and its tributaries may be
stored and used in the vicinity of Vale
and Ontario, where there are 40, 60, or
100,000 acrea, mainly public land.
"The third is the Silver river which
flows out into Malheur lake. There are
broad marshes around the lake which
are now used for cutting bay, and we
propose to take some water without in
juring those hay lands, if possible, store
it and attempt to develop that country
in there.
who will make a thorough investigation
of the affair.
While only a meager account of the
killing can be had at this time enough
has been learned that the killing was
done by five masked men and certain
parties are suspected and startling
disclosures are expected to take place
in the near future. -
The cause for the killing is attributed
to the fact that the sheep were on range
used by cattlemen.
While the amount of sheep reported
killed may be overestimated it is a hard
loss to Mr. McKune and he . will leave
nothing undone to hunt down the
parties -who did the killing.
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Irrigation Building a Town
In Morrow County
SILVER MEDAL CONTEST
Good Showing In Morrow.
The sheriff sold the following: parcels
of property last Saturday for delinquent
taxes for the year 1902 :
A. G. Jennings WJ NE and W
&Ei, Sec. jo, T. 2 8. R. 23 E; sold to
G. W. Dykstra for $7.99 and costs,
taking a certificate of sale at the rate of
six per cent per annum.
J. M. Conoway Lot 9, in block 11,
Mt. Vernon addition to Heppner; sold
to G. W. DykBtra for 79 cents and costs,
at six er cent interest. "
Isaac Hinkle W XE, Z XW,
Section 35, T. 1, 8. R. 29 E; sold to
W. L. Smith for fi.7o and costs at six
per cent interest.
A. G. JenningBNW section 30, T.
2 S. R. 23 E ; sold to A. Rood for $3.32
and costs, at six per cent interest.
It will be observed that the owners of
the land sold when redeeming the same
will have to pay only six per cen in
tent on the purchase price. In nearly
all the other counties of the state the
rate of interest baa ran all the way from
six to 1000 per cent. -
Out of about $63,000 charged against
the aher;ff on the 1902 tax roll tor col
lection all have now bee-n collected ex
cept $20.82 for which the above property
was sold. Lake is the only other county
in the state of Oregon that can beat
this record for tax collecting. Lake
has every cent collected on the 1902
roll. When compared with most of the
other counties, which have from one to
several columns of delinquents on the
tax roll, this ia an excellent showing.
Heavy Snow in Mountains.
J. W. Stewart, who came in from
There may be attributed two causes I Mahogany ridge Sunday, reports the
for this very favorable result. One is heaviest snow fall he baa even known
the prosperous condition of our county, in the mountains. He says that within
and the ether prompt and due diligence 1 eight hours Sunday snow fell to a depth
on the part of the sheriff, who doubtless ot two feet, and that when he came out
feels a just pride in the good record made it was four feed deep and still snowing,
along this line. Travel through the moantains is very
The 1903 tax roll, which has just been I difficult and will be until the roade
turned over to the sheriff, contains are broke. Mr. Stewart came down to
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PAMT.
Sheep Killed on Range.
A dispatch from Trlneville, dated
last Sunday 13, says three thousand
head ol sheep belonging to Guy Mc-
Rune of Silver Lake were shot and
beaten to death by five marked men in
the vicinity of Christmas Lake a few
days ago. The report which reached
here gives the following account of the
killing.
The sheepherder (or the McKune
sueep came in from the sheep caa p
near Christmas Lake yesterday bring
ing in the startling news that the cam
had been visited by five masked men
the night before and 'the larger part
1 of the band of sheep were slaughtered
The five masked men were heavily
armed and proceeded to do their work
In a deliberate way. The herder wa
first taken rare of and while one man
guarJed him the other four procecde
with their part of the work.
1 he sheep had been rorraled for tt
night ami were easy to get ai. 1 lie
I took the night tor their work, usin
; knives, club and guns in the whole
1 sale slaughter. With the approach ol
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I parting injunction that other sheep
j uilng that range would be treated In a
similar manner unless they were moved
son.
j They ha I done their work well and
only a small remnant f a tnd ol over
Jooo sheep was left. Upon receipt of
the news Guy McKune ratna to this
, place and telephoned Sheriff DunUp
Heavy Snow Fall In the Moun
tainsSheep Camp on Sand
Hollow Robbed The Heppner
Team wins Basket Ball Came
From Lexington.
A Bennett, : Editor of the Irrigon
Irrigator, was in Heppner ' last Friday
in the interest of a school district for
Irrigon. Mr. Bennett says that Irrigon
now has a school population of 30 and
is entitled to a school and he was here
to appear before the county commis
sioners at their special session Friday.
The new district was formed.
Mr. Bennett predicts a very bright
future for Irrigon, and says it is now
having quite a boom. Last October
the town consisted of a postoffice and a
dwelling, but today it has 30 houses and
new one are being commenced al
most daily. He says that since October
250 different partis have purchased land
und:r the ditch, and that almost every
train brings in prospective buyers.
Silver Medal Contest.
The contest by ten yonng ladies of
Heppner for a siver medal, at the M. E.
church Friday evening, was a success.
Although the attendance was not aa
targe as it might have been, yet there
was a fair sized audience present.
Otherwise the event was a big success,
all the young ladies acquitting them
selves with credit.
Beahim the contest (he program con-
stated of select music by the church
choir, a selection by a male quartette
and a solo by J. A. McKee.
The medal was awarded to Miss
Beightol, while Miss Wattenbnrger was
given the honor of the second best
reading.
about $65,000 to be collected.
To District Clerks.
Heppner, Oregon, Feb. 11, 1904.
I tend you today blanks for taking the
annual census report in order that you
appear Monday on a charge of deer
bunting, but his case waa dismiased for
lack of evidence.
Sheep Camp Robbed.
J. II. Edwards, who waa in town
may comply with the law which re-1 $ aturday from Sand Hollow, report
quires every district clerk to enroll an- that Ms sheep camp, near the head of
nuallv during the last week in February, the creek, was robbed a few days ago
for school purposes, all persons in bis f a quantity of provision, some bedding
districts over four and under twenty I pt''r articles that are used in a
years of age. camp. It appears that it was a couple
The census n port thus taken ihall 5,, from Lake View who did the
ba submitted to the districts at the pilfering, and that they stopped a couple
annual meeting, ana all corrections l n'K" in iui cuj, sieepiug in newan
necessarv sha 11 then be made, and the Kirks barn. The last seen of them
clerk shall then file bis original report tley were headed for the north and are
In his office, the same to be and remain ou ' county ere this.
. w.w " Basket Ball Came.
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Oregon. Yours truly, .u.mnlun9iA.nii., ,1. ..,
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When You Have A Cold. ,,otn hle ,mt Heppner team was
The first action when you have a cold K 't for the Lexlugtons, yet
should be to relieve the lungs. This It the latter gave them a metry che.
best accomplished by the free use of fe line op of the teams was as follows ;
Cbatuberlain's lougn Kemiy. This .. . . , .
, n-inMinr Islington
rrniril llnnrhva tna touun tnuritl ami I
causes its eipul.lon from the air cells of C,,t' W ""Me Capt. C IWach, 0
the lungs, produces a fret eiectorallon, r.lrfr Ayert, f Howard Lanw, I
and opens the secretions. A complete
Cure soon follows. TMs remedy will
cure a ecvet cold la leas lime than any
other treatment and it leaves the system
in a natural and healthy condition. It
counteract any tendency toward putu
tnonia. For sale by Slocum Drug Co,
Carl Ilhea, f Uoy Bretheara, I
Carl Farnsworth, g It B Wil.oi, g
Jee Hale, MF Parker, g
Oiin Yeager, mgr, M Parker, mgr.
A return game will he played In
Heppner In the near future.