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C. E. WOODSON.
A TTORNE Y-AT-LA W Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon Sam E. VanVactor, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on weat end of May Street Heppner Oregon. S. E. Notson ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllceln Court Home, Heppner, Oregon. F. H. ROBINSON. LAWYER, lone, - - - Oregon W. H. DOBYNS. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW lone. Oregon. W. L. SMITH. ABSTRACTER. Only oomplete set of abstract booki in Morrow county. Hkppnkb. Oregon J. P. WILLIAMS Justice of the Peace. Office with S. E. Van Vactor DR. M. A. LEACH DBNTIST Permanently looated in Heppner. Offioe in tbe new Fair building. Geo ad ministered. OSTEOPATHY AND MECHANOTHERAPY Dr. Martha S. Arledqc, D. 0. Dr. J. P- Conder, M -T. D- Treatment of all diseases 99 per cent, of canes successfully treated without operation N. E. WINNARD M. D. PIll'KlCIAN tc 8l-KKOSi Graduate of: Lenox College, 1885. w . Chicago Homeopathic Med Collet 1890. Rusk Medical College, 1892. F. E. Boyden, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Office in rear of Patterson & Son's Drug Store. HEPPNER OREGON WELLS & CLARK. SHAVING PARLORS Three Doors Sooth of Postoffice. Sbaving 26c Haircutting 36 Bathroom in Connection. PATTERSON & ELDER 2 Doors North Palace Hotel TONSORIAL ARTISTS v.e Raths Shaving 25c J.H. BODE Merchant Tailor fiPPPVF.R - - - OREGON f. H .ROBINSON W. S.SMITH ROBINSON k SMITH. lone, Oregon. Real Estate Farma and City Property forSale. Farma to rant Correspondence solicited. Electric i tiers Made A New Man Of Him. "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head aud back," writes II. T. Alston, Raleigh, N C, "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitter made me feel like a new man. PRICE 60 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. ill 11 M JHIllJ fifi ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT ' A&ge(abte Preparalfon IbrAs similaiingihcFoodamlRefjula ling (Jie Sioraacris andBowdaof '-3-ti, ili Promotes Ditfeslionhcerful ness and Rest.Contains neilter Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. itKtofouncSmmmam firnipkin Seed" jlbcSnum WmSerd ClariM Sugar hUupmflanr. " Anmfort Rpmedv for ConsflW iinn smir stnirh.Diarrhora Worms jCovulsHras.revtrisii ness andLoss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of m NEW YOBK. Exaet Copy of Wrapper. TM, mnvm ,.., w city. 28E Notice! Call and look over n SPRING & SUMMER SAMPLES Just Received. LOUIS PEARSON, Tailor. 5000 Mead of Thorough bred, Fine Wool Sheep FOR The entire stud band of thoroughbred sheep of the NUNAMAKER LAND & SHEEP COMPANY are now offered for sale at a bargain. This band consists of 2000 ewes with their lambs, and 1000 yearling ewes, together with thoroughbred bucks enough to breed the band. This is the finest bunch of fine wool sheep in Eastern Oregon. 2900 head of these ewes sheared 14 pounds, and they weigh on an average 140 pounds. For further information, address GAZETTE-TIMES Heppner oltllia! I 1 IBB X VJL the delightful Columbia River Route on the "Steamers "T. J. Potter,, "Hassalo" and "Harvest Queen" From Ash Street Dock Sreamcr, "T. J, POTTER" iK'ginnlii)? July 3 will leave Portland at 10::.W p. m ((liiilv'exiM'pt Suudnvanil Monday) arriving Astoria 6:00 a. ni. and Megler at 7:.W)a. in. Returnins leave Astoria dally except Sunday, Mon day and TueHdav at 7:00 a. ni , Megler at 9.:!0 a. m., ARIUVINtJ Port land 4::i()p in. On Sunday leaves Metier 9:00 p in. arriving Portland 5:00 n in. ( Pnswenger may remain on board until 8:00 a. m.) Stumer "HASSALO" leaves Portland daily (except Saturday and Sundav) atS iMla m . Satnrdnv at 1 p. in., arriving Astoria 1:3(1 p m . Megler M5p m. On Saturday arriving Megler : p m. RETURNING leaves Megler daily except Sunday at 1:4." p. m. arriviny Portland 10:00. SruMer "HARVEST QUEEN" leaven Portland daily (except Saturday and Sunday) nt S:00 p. m.. Saturday at WM p. in. for Astoria and way landings. Returning, leaves Astoria daily except Sunday at 7:00 a. ni. arriving Portland (:(() p. m. Excellent Restaurant Service Meals a la car e Trains meet all boats at Megler for North Reach point. storia r t 1.5') Saturday to Monday tickets 3.00 North Beach Season tickets 4.00 Five Ride Round Trip tickets K..00 ONE DAY RIVER TRIP, Portland to Megler nnd return 2.00 State Room Reservations can le made at Ash St ret' t Dik k, or O. W. R. & N. City Ticket Office Third and Washington Streets, PORTLAND, ORE(J'N. IT "J p II Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ' In Use For Over Thirty Years the new line of 11 SALE Oregon B I WJLJL JL"SVJLJL VIA ml m IF ERRORS OFJPEECH. Common Abut of tho Verba to Get, to Lay and to Lie. The verb to get Is one of our much misused words. It means to ucquire, win, obtain, and primarily it signifies the putting forth of efTurt to attain something. Consequently it is not only superfluous, hut Incorrect, to speak of a mun as "getting drowned" or "get ting sick." and you may unfortunately "have a cold." hut it U impossible thut you "have got a cold." At this moment no exceptions occur to the writer to the rule that got should never be used In connection with have, which nlone sufficiently eipresses pos session. Say "1 have the picture," not "I have got the picture." "The dog tins a broken leg," not "The dog has got a broken leg." The Irregular verbs lay and lie are frequently confounded. Lay Is an ac tive or transitive verb, and lie is pas sive or Intransitive. We lay things down or have laid them down, but we and things lie at rest You lie down, have lain down, will He down or aro lying down. She lay down yesterday and is going to He down this nfternoon. A frequent error Is to confound the past tenses of these verbs. One should say, "Mary laid the book on the table and lay down herself," but the book lies on the table. Exchange. BAD FOR THE STOMACH. When Non-fatty Foods Are Intimately Mixed With Grease. The stomach never baa the least pow er of digesting true fat. This Is dis posed of In the Intestines. When eat en In tbe ordinary forms, as fat meat, butter, etc., the fat separates out in the stomach and does not in the least Interfere with the work of the gastric Juice on the other food, but when a non-fatty food has been Intimately mix. ed with grease the latter prevents the gastric Juice getting at the food It could digest Fish fried In oil or butter Is by no means the most marked example, as the fat does not penetrate very deeply. Potatoes mashed with butter are rath er worse, aud minced vegetables fried with butter are bad offenders. The reason advanced explains why pork Is difficult of digestion. The muscular fibers are mixed up with fat cells, and by the liberation of tbe oil in each tiny cell the eaten pork Is made into an oily paste. A very strong stomach will do the work required, but it Is not a fair task to Impose frequently, and a weak stom ach will lefuse to do anything beyond reminding Its owner by a few stabs that it will not stand such treatment Excbn uge. Horse Hatred. Of all the domestic animals the horse Is probably the most gentle, but there are exceptlpns. A California man had in his stable a fine thoroughbred horse, of which be made quite a pet One day be went Into the stable, and. stopping to pat his favorite steed, he was sur prised when tbe horse, with a violent plunge broke the halter and came at him with open mouth. At first he thought It was In fun. but he soon realized his mistake and hastily climb ed up n ladder and yelled for help. On the arrival of his son the horse went back to the stall and Immediately re sumed Its former gentleness to ail but Its owner. To him It remained a dead ly foe until he was compelled to sell It He never knew the reason for Its sud den animosity. Left Handed. Among the world's left handed gen fuses waa lonardo da Vinci, who wrote a treatise on aviation, the hand writing of which travels from the right aide of the page to left Nelson, too, was left handed, but that was from necessity. J. R. Green records a story of Ad miral Nelson's visit to Yarmouth to re ceive the freedom of the borough. "A storm met him on his landing, but the danger failed to prevent his appear ance on the quay. When the freeman's oath was tendered to hlra the town clerk noticed that the hero placpd his left hand on the book. Shocked at tbe legal impropriety he said. "Your right band, my lord.' That,' observed Nel son, la at Teneriffe.' " Requiesoat In Pace. . The man with the old clock under bis arm laid it on the Jeweler's show case. "1 wish you'd see what Is tbe matter with this." tie said. The Jeweler removed the dial, screw ed his eyeglass into place and Inspect ed the works of the ancient timepiece. "Nothing Is the matter with it now; tts sufferings are over." "Well, how much do 1 owe yonT asked tbe man. "Nothing." answered the Jeweler. "This Isn't a professional treatment This la a coroner's Inquest" Ex change. Making It Plain. Saplelgh Oh, 1 aay. Miss Hammer ton. why Is it that you are alwys out when 1 call? Miss Hammertoe Re cause I'm foolish. I suppose. Sap lelgh I er beg pardon! Miss Ham merton Well, you know the old say ing, "A fool for luck." The Family Skeleton. Hatcher Isn't Jones' wife thin and skinny? Scratcher Yes; she's the one family skeleton be can't keep In the closet National Monthly. A Human Sieve. Rinks-Why do you call him the hu man sieve? Jinks Recaiise every thing he takes up falla through Cin cinnati Eiviuirer. No man was ever discontented with the world who did his duty In It If ff a ilamci qd Ym Wfflmtf Arc you interested in getting hold of land for a home? Do you want a place suited to diversified farming? We have bargains to offer in the three tracts listed below. No. 1. Consists of 1100 acres, divided into 250 acres of wheat land, 30 acres now set to alfalfa, with 20 acres more that can be put in, and all under good ditch; 800 acres grass land. This is an ideal dairy and heg ranch, lying on the creek, with plenty of water the year around. One of Eastern Oregon's Best Propositions. $14 per acre; $8000 cash; good terms on balance. No. 2. Is a creek farm of 950 acres; 500 acres of good wheat land; 25 acres now growing altalfa, and as much more can easily be put in as it comes under ditch. Small orchard, small house with water piped in from good spring on place; barns and other buildings. $11 per acre; half cash; terms on balance A GENERAL PURPOSE FARM. No. 3. A BIG BARGAIN. 3800 acres, on which is now growing 65 or 70 acres of alfalfa, and 25 acres moe can be put in, making nearly 100 acres that come under ditch. On this ranch three good crops of alfalfa are grown each year and but one irrigation is required; it is sub irrigated by from 15 to 20 springs on the place. There is a good orchard of 150 choice bearing fruit 'trees; 9-room resi dence with water piped in from spring; large sheep shed and other outbuildings. About 1000 acres of this farm is good wheat land with 600 acres now in cultiva tion. 1 1 miles from Heppner. Price $11 per acre; half cash; easy terms on balance. This is one of .the best rural homes in all Eastern Oregon and is certainly a snap at the fie ure offered. To the homeseeker or the investor there are no better propositions offered than these; nowhere in the North west can such land be had at anything like such fig ures. These farms join and can be had all in on deal or separately as desired. For further particulars, call or address The Gazette-Times Real Estate Office HEPPNER ' M owSaSl OREGON