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TUC UCDDMCD TIMCQllHW inowrtaa.v,Wii1(!tl,e fiet edi
MIL nLrrilLn I I ill L01 lion ver issued. This splendid hh1
I costly book ol rtspeg is a complete
THURSDAY, DEC. 8. 1904.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All chanee in advertisements, aud all cor-n-'pondem-e
Ml'M be left at this ortiee II
edn'ly noon, otherwise thev will be held
aver until i h following-wee, vvonim losoto
pre early rhurstUy moriim. and eHiinot i
Vlayod by a.is. nil ecrvspondoni' wUiob cB
I ii a well be MU.l Miller lu the week,
VliMifr reinemrn'r this.
study of astronruuy and ptoim an I
Grip Quickly Knocked Out
'Some weeks ago during the sever
winter weather both my wife nd myself
contracted sryeie coliU which pdlly
weatlierjor HV It is too well kuown developed into the worst kind oils grippe
to BenJ Vn imiit. r-e it and" you will with all its miserable symptoms," fciys
Anotlu-r 'vev prvttv public daniv"
u jiwn t the home of Thor. Gillian,
last t'ti lay niht, in bouor o( bis first
uipearauce in iuth society, la his gen
tle reception of Ins tmuierims gue.Mt
from evt ryhere, Mi, Gilfiliuu displaud
n mrkaMe skill, kindness nud nobil ty.
1 1 is -'ebul was complete success, tuul
to tived the waun ooitratiiUions and
other ul8tan'.il gifis fr. in the 0 is-b !
t'Kishrvi liiitlnTtJ: at tlir fieeio.r
dance. Is i t ow ( rvt'K'it d il; .ttyia
Wfiduii! will svon be in ".-rv fi t Ar
The Ihivs ai d uie a . ! u t
came itoin fur '- v ;
i.ance for the jsir e i i a '(
1 "good time, Lj.ut.uiji", . raid the
rpernr. -V. i ! - mm: show d
l'.t U ' a'! ). J to a UKct reu ar-
, '; " ' attractions at the
, f t :.. 5m w..s the bevy of
"ionog soiU" from .'unioer, S.md
Hollo an i other towns o: culture For
several months tailor architects from
Sumpter, Hepfncr and other centers ol
fa-h ion have i ecu bn?y ia their efforts
to "trim up the buys" tor this fashion
able dauce. So the "'boys" Lad ou their
"beet suits of clothes" aud looked fiue,
for they themselves say to. Still some
ol the "boys" hala wee disappoiutnient
for two of the leadiuu female beauties of
tand Uollow did cot accept an iuvita
tion to have a ride to the dauce in l.very
rigs hired for the occasion.
It was Advent and the belles stayed
at dome. Other yoaus ladies of the
opinion that public dances often bring
moontsLiue wedaings, alto, stayed at
home. Some of the euilemen expect
cd to attend rt f rained from doing so on
account of their peculiar "foyism" in
matters pertaining to the strict observ
ance of the Auvent season.
The McCabe Brothers of Sand Hollow,
like other "good christians," will, it is
sa d, give another Advent dauce next
Friday night in honor of their first in
troduction to public notice. o the
public dances continue to grow. But
v ill nav? Will tl.ov niul'fl tl.a
youth more industrious, moral aud
temperate? Are christian parents pru
dent and wise when they prevent their
children from attending public dances
because the church condemns such and
ttoen ao for verv wie and fltroni? reasons?
Dame experience will answer correcly
J .1 v tl .l . . I . , . .
sua wcu. V.0D8UU uer j-it-ase auu juu.
will learu sometnin prontable. i.K.
No More suffering.
If you are troubled with indigestion
get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepria Cure and
see bow quickly it will cure you. Geo. A.
Thomson of Spencer, la., say; "Have
Lad dyspepsia for twemy years. My cpsc
was almost hopeless. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure was recommended aud I used a lew
bottles of it and t is the only thing that
has relieved me. Would not be without
it. Have doctored with local physicians
and also at Chicago, and even went to
Worway with hopts of Kening some rcii I
but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the o:i )
remedy that has done me tiny i'"0'., ai.il
I heart ly reconirnt nd'- it E in pr
son suffering with ini'ie iuu oi dynpr.
. sia should use it" Sold by Heppnrt
po deck! Tic i 'itti postpa'd to any
addretc IV ; t e rpy. The Kov. Irl.
K, Hu t itHUiiic. Indiuious and family
j'itirn4,' ViJ. ui Works, t ow abreast
with im tml mm fsines, is 7"v a year.
Iiothi V (i Asi.Vilirks and the Almanac
f 1 Wf r 'tni So better investment
t'OSfisjin! Ivit ai.y ,itsou or family. Try
Mr.J.S Kgleston of Maple Landing,
Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, urn
cles sore, head stopped op, eyes and nose
Tunning, with alternate spells of chill
aud fever. We brnaa using Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, aiding the ue
with a ds of Ctmmberlaiu's Stomach
and Liver Tablets, aud by its liberal U-e
soou completely knocked out the KriP-"
These tablets promote a healthy actiou
of the bowels, liver and kidneys which is
always beneficial when the system is con
gtsted by a cold or attack of the grip.
For sale by Slocum Drug Co.
Notice for Publication.
f - XX t h-iMX WOKKS TfB. CO.,
fJV"M .Vi locust 8t., St. Louis, Mo.
ttfe.ijad Sale. (Isolated Tract.)
' C S. taut Otjh-s The Italics, Oregon, Nov.
! V'Atl.vt t. h.mkp vlt'iin thai tti nl
'''Ctftucttou frnin the t'omimwiuiittr ol the i Departiueut ol lhe interior, V. 8. luJ Office t
t .-,i ljin i tiiine. mi.HT uilirii vujiwl in j Tiio Dalle. Orejon, October 2T, JH.
.v Keliruarv .'. ni. we a ill t.rtM-rvd ta i named settler ha filed notlee ot his Intention
! "i"- siviutilic sale at th hour oi 10 o't lm lt a. I 10 mak.. Hnal nnvil in imnort ol hi claltn. ami
ImZlXh? ,hl'''-w' v.wu..
TheSK';sr.See 1, SW OW, S,-e aj Tp j CfM. County flerk, at llepfnor. Oregon,
i S.. K. i K.. NK quarter ol $K quarter See. IT, ou tlieUUU day e( December, 1M; to-wlt;
K. half oi N E quarter See. S. S hali ol NVVquar- Ernest W. Moytsrs,
ror v . r. iiuarier oi quarter, P. quar- , ... ... l.... v..
Ane an,l all itorjuinit t-tHi tnii'ir rt.i rciM.iv
o vv-.T'seri(vu uuiui- ar au ii to tile tneir f . '
laiuiB in tin office ou or belorv the tlay abovo
.esiiciiated tor the comuicu euient ol said sale,
iuorwie meir rignts in tie loitcileil.
mciiAKL T. Xolas, Reslster,
Asmii. Lanu, Receiver.
Notice for Publication
He iiHim-s the lollowinK witnesses to prove
hi continuous residence upon nd cultivation
j ol said land; to-wlt: I
Frank Rood, Andrew Rood, William Ikndrtx
and Vt iUlaui Cradick, till of Ileppuer, Oregon.
Micuakl T. NolaX.
Department of the Interior, Land Oltlce at!
La Grande, Oregon, Nov. its, W. j
Xotlce I hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notlre ol his intention
to make Dual proof In support of his claim,
and that said prool will bo made before the
county clerk. ot Morrow Co Ore., at Heppuer,
Oregon, on Jan. 6, m'S, vis : U.K. No. So'Jl,
Bert C. Reeder,
of Nye, Oregon, for the NE quarter of SE quar
ter, SE quarter ot NE quarter of See. Xl nd W
half N W quarter Sec. -'4. Tp. S S., U E. W. M.
HcDmethe following witnesses to proe
ills continuous residenve upon and cultivation
of said land, vis.
Frank Golf, of Heppner, Oregon: and Jesse V.
French. Jame Pearson, and Ela torley, of
E. K. Davis,
dljS ' Register.
Notice for Publication.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an execution and order of salo
duly Issued by the l lerk of the Circuit Court
of the Couuty of Morrow, State ol Oregon, dated
the atti ility ot November, WX, In a certain;
action in the Circuit Court of said Couuty and
State, wherein Thos.Quatd, plaintiff, recovered
jiiriguicnt against Otis I'atteraon, defendant,
ior the sum ol Thirteen Hundred Dollars, with
interest thereon at the rate ol 10 per cent per
auuum from the J3d ot November, liMO, snd the :
further sum of One Hundred Twenty-five Dol-;
lar attoiney's fee, aud costs and disburww
meuts taxe.. at Eighteen Dollar, aud Forty
and ninety-five one hundredths Dollars taxes;
paid, on the 27th day of October, 1H. j
Notice is hereby given that I will, on 8atur-1
day, the loth day of December, 1 JOI, at 10
oVlot It a. m. of said day, at the front door ol
the Court House in Heppner, Murrow County,!
Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder lor cash In hand, the lollowl: ( des
cribed protierty to-wlt: !
Commencing at the Southwest Corner of
Block Kite In the original town of Heppner,
Department of the Iuterior Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, October '-7. 1904.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filet) notice ol her Intention
to make final proof in support of her claim,
and that said proof wiU be made before Vaw ter Morrow County, Oregon, runulng thence north
Crawford, county clerk, at Heppner, Oregon, ! si eet, thence east lie feet, thence south It feet,
on the 1-th day of December, 1 '.!; to-wit: them e enM S2 feet, thence south 87 feet, thence
Eliza J. Harer .'west i:U feet to the place of beglunlng, all lu
of Hardman, Oregon, on homestead entry No. block five of the original town of Heppner,
73S, for the 8E'4 SWi, sW'i4 SE4 and lot 4 of ; Morrow County, Oregon, taken and levied t
Section 19 and NE)j N VV!4 ol Section So, Tp.5 S., ' upon as the property ol the said Otis KatU-rson,
R. 25 E., W. M. : or so mui b thereof as may be necessary to sat-
She names the following witnesses to prove Isfy the said Judgment In favor of Thos. Quald
his continuous residence upon snd cultivation : and against said Otis Patterson, together wltb
of said land, viz: all costs and disbursements that have or may
Harry Cummings, Charles Hastings, E. S. . accrue. E. M. Bum,
Cox, and L. M. McKay, all of Hardman, Ore.
Michael T. Nolan,
By W. O. HILL, Deputy.
Dated at Heppner, Nov. 9th, l'JOt. nlO-dS
RHEA. & WELCH'S
Novemlior ilays mark tho jmsainj of Fall tho bcinniuf; of Win
ter. Willi those ttaya comoa tlio wants fur heavier ami warinor cloth
ing in nil linos MonV, Hoys', Lntlios',' nnl ('hihlrcn's. Wo aro j.ro
parotl in tho right way for you, ami wo aro showing tho 1 argent ami
best stock of Ladies', Misses', ami Chihlron's ('oats ami Jackets, Men's
ami Boys' Suits ami Overcoats ever shown by us.
irJlev III. Ii Ili-ka A'"ri(tc
Are you a uffcrer?
Hat your doctor been tiniuc
cojful? Wouldn't you prefer to treat
yourself AT HOME?
Nearly 1 ,500,000 women linvn
bought Win(! of, Cnrdui frm
thoir drujfgibls ntid Lave cured
themselves fit homo, of such
troubles sa lirrioli al, Rearing
down nd ovarian jmins, leucor
rhua, Larreimehs, iii'rvmiancHS,
dizziness, iinnnf a anil doxmd
ennr, causeil by female weakness.
These aro not easy cao.
Wine cf Cardui cum w hen the
Wine of Cardui dys not Irri
tate the orpnr'T. 'J'lire isnornin
in the treat men t. l is a sool.iintf
tonic of healing ln rls, free from
stronff and drastic drills. It is
successful bccauMO it cures In a
Vine of Cardui can Imj lionqll
from your dni(,K'it at ll.ii'l a
bottle and you can biffin this
treatment today. W ill you try it '(
Ja mm niutnri' Riiorial dlrorilona,
aittre, glvitia1 sxaipioii., 'I lia l.4ilp
ASi"rr Ilit. 'Ihm CiiattnlMHjga
MeiUulue Co., Chattanooga, Tnu.
A DINGY HOUSE
Looks bad and unattractive. Give your houBr
barn that much needed coat of - - .
The best paint y For sale by
Qillslim & Bisbee
It preserves the wood, improves appearances and
indicates thrift -
DON'T BE DINGY
There U much style an well quality
in the LdJien' Jackets which we offer.
Each garment ia correctly count ructed.
The variou clothu jiopular thU etison
have been used and thw quality is ex
cellent. Our Btock i ko largo that a
perfect fit is certain, and tho variety is
great enough to give ample scope for the
pleasing of individual tatt. I'ricen
ranging from (0 $15.09
For Mioses and Children we are show
ing a line of Jackets ami Cloaks that
surpanHes anything hitherto tffnd.
Progress is our watchword and the best
of lat month must he excelled this.
But we see no possibility or likelihood
of improving in the stylo, quality or
price of these goods, and intending pur
chasers should not heciluto to buy at
once. Trice? ranging from
Kail mid Winter SttltH
1 1 1 1 a O v l-. r.ecji itH
for Ml n
(Irettt quantities and qualities tf se
lect from. All the fancy Worsted, Che
viots, Mittens, Heavers, etc., in plain,
striped, cht cke 1, and plaids. All the
popular styles and figures that are being
worn this season, wo aie showing you at
Youth' a ChiltlreiYH
Everything linagiuablu in these lines.
Youth's three piece long pants Hiits.
Children's two and three piece knee
pants suits, Norf oiks, etc. Wo have a
line of these goodn w hich we are offering
you way below anything ever priced be
fore. A customer ono , always a cus-,
Is now more complete than ever. Wo are prepared to no''
groceries-in any (ptantity at prices that Fpoak for them'
market price paid for produc
AMONG OUR LIST
pleased cuHtonierH and take advantage at once of our
InveHtigate our high qunlitieB'and eowy termn of
payment. Our IMuno Selling in and around
Heppner lian for exceeded our greatest expectations
We will be with you but a short time longer, so act quickly.
Our lino corn print's thirty-two makes of superb pianos, and
nine makes of organs. Wo can please tho most artistic tastes
THE RED FRONT
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
STEWART & KIRK, Props.
Good Hacks, Buggies and Saddle
Horses for all parts of Interior
Cost posslblo care takon of hcrsoa left In our charge.
Horns, H.trues, Saddles snrl Vihiclcs bought snd sold.
Grain for sole. Call am! see us; we'll treat you white.
Also Baled Hay and
Moa clows & Sons, Props.
Will dl a numU r ui hnr.i' an't niw rlg. both BiikkIi and lin ks, aal ofler you
first ! wr vlr' Yon will rnreirs i our'"ini tri'Htmi nt, A shars of your patronage
I I) I, I C I T t II
LOWER MAIN 8TPEET - - - - , H.ppnwr, Oregon
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
NEXT DOOR TO SLOCUM'S DRUG STORE.. HEPPNER, OREGON
Notice tor Publicaton.
lepartment of tlia Inn rlor, l.sii'l iiffliis at
The Dalles, Oregon, Oi Inlit-r 27, 1;H.
Notlc Is beruliy given tliat the folluwlnii-
nainsd suttlur Ii 0 11 iiollre ol III Intrntlou
to inke nnl proof In support of Ills i lnlm,
li'l that said proof will tx nnt'li) Injure Vawti r
Cmwford, Countj Clerk, at Heppner, Oregon,
ou the l.th day of Decemher, l'jiil; to-wlt:
Oliver J. Carr,
of Ixlngton, Oregon, on homeU'd entry No.
nasi, for WJHWiof Mei tlon H and HJj HKof
M. lion Ifi, Tp. 2 M., K. K W. M,
Ms names the following wliutsixm to prove
his continuous residunee U)m and cultivation
of said land, vis:
1 homa ls snd William I'adlierg, of Ilng
ton, Oregon; Osnar Finn and Natbaniul L,
Hinw, of Heppner, Oregon.
Liberty Meat Market
i i RHEA St MATLOCK, Props.
Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal '
POtJI.THY IN HKASOM FISH ON I'KIIiAVS.
I In Steaks 10e OTIU'.R MKA1S IN I'ROl'OR
Round Steaks 7c TION
v huik St.-ak lie MICH F.ST : MAPKI'.T : PRICR
HoiliiiK Meats 3c to On l'All) : I OR : l'AT : STOCK
Heal HiiMilntfil llotid In F.aslf'rn Ori'tfon.
Kvt-ry Micleirti (nivniiiiuiiip.
fotle Is herehy given that tho undersigned
ha been appointed adiiilnlslrstrU of the
estate of Frank Natter, doecaned, hy the County
Court of Morrow County, Oregon. All persons
having claim against said estate are herehy
required to present the same to ins duly vcrl
fled as by law required at the nillee nl C. K
Woodson, In ths City of Heppner, Morrow
county, Oregon, within sli mouths from the
data of tbls notli's,
Aiiii.ini.trairnt. I !"I I T T VllTKC"1 1 IAN lr
I'aUd tbll 'M Jay of Nov., Iwl. lUMU,- llli-f Vli 1 OClliVi, JI,
Mirhtftd by nlM'trlHt)
I !est Meals in the City
UNDER NEW' MANAGEMENT