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Mrs. Mae Burchell has been on the
sick ilst the past few days.
Mr. Al Zink, George Zink and Ivan
"Cox left Sunday for sheep shearing.
Miss Merl Carmichael and Miiss
Ramona Bissell were Heppner visi
tors Staurday e-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burchell and
daughter, Hulda were Heppner vjsi-
The High School pupils are busy
practicing for a play to be given the
last week of school.
Reverend J. L. Jones of Portland
will conduct services at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday, May 10.
Several of our young peopleattend
ed a party Saturday evening given
at J. H. Campbell's. All report a
pleasant time. .
Mrs. W. D. Montague of Kelso,
Washington, came Saturday to make
a short visit with her parents.Mr and
Mrs. J. D. Fidler.
Miss Cecil Rice returned to her
home in Heppner Saturday after
spending a few days with Mr. Bur-
goyne and Mrs. Ed Pointer.
Miss Nettie Davis closed a very
successful term of school friday in
District No. 17. The programme
given in the evening was well attended.
Miss Florence Olmstead, the pri-
mary teacher, in on the sick list a
gain. Miss Lela Pomeroy has taken
charge of the room until Miss Olm
stead is able, to teach again.
Stanfield Standard. Prof. S. H.
Doak is just about to close a year's
work as Principal of the Stanfield
Public Schools which has been very
successful and satisfactory to the
patrons and school officers. Mrs. Doak
has assited the pupils in making their
pennants and is greatly esteemed by
all the children. In church and other
social activities of the community,
she has always been a faithful co
worker "with her husband. It is re
gretted that they are not to be here
next year, Mr. Doak having con
tracted to teach at Lexington, Oregon.
try to raise a crop of potatoes.
Mr. J. A. Gibbon was on the sick
list last week. However he is much
improved and resumed his school
Mr. A. R. Nail had a very fine cow
delivered to him Monday. He pur
chased the cow from Mr. White on
S. H. Boardman was down for his
ranch last Sunday. Mr. Boardman
is very optimistic about the prospects
for irrigation and the future of this
end of the county.
R. S. Crooks of Desolation Flat has
recently purchased a fine team of
black mares. We presume Rob is get
ting ready to go to farming as soon
as Uncle Sam gets the water down
When Neal Daughtery went to ship
his wool last week, he found two sacks
were missing. The wool had been
left in the yards here at Castle Rock.
No one seems to have any idea what
could have become of them.
The work on the Echo-Coyote cut
off is progressing very rapidly.
Twohy Bros., the contractors, are
making every effort to complete the
work as rapidly as possible. They
are running a night and day shift, and
at present they have the large cut
and fill at Coyote Canyon more than
M. A. Bates of Hardman spent, a
couple of days in Castle Rock the lat
ter part of last week. Mr. Bates has
been working on the north end of the
Heppner-Irrigon road, and was on
his way back to Hardman. While
here Mr. Bates looked over the Hill-
man ranch two miles east of here. He
was much pleased with the ranch and
if he can get the right terms thinks
favorably of renting it.
CASTLE ROCK NOTES.
Mike Marshall shipped a car load
of fine fat sheep to the Portland
market last week.
Shearing is over and most of the
sheep are gone, so things are rather
quiet at Castle Rock at present.
H. H. Weston is doing some plow
ing for James Bellamy, the section
foreman. Mr. Bellamy is going to
Mr. and Mrs. beo. Kand were in
H. T. McKenzie of Portland was an
Irrigon visitor Sunday.
Gertrude Johnson went to Pendle
ton Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brownell were
down Sunday to visit relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley of Umatilla
visited at the Johnson home here
Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Kicker went to
Umatilla in a buggy, Saturday, on
Oscar Corey was 'in Umatilla
short time last Friday. He rode down
Dr. and Mrs. Oftedal, of Umatilla
James Carty is in from the Sand
Herbert W. Cope.land, eye special
ist is in the city.
John Kilkenny is transacting busi
ness in the city.
were visiting at the Roadruck home
at this place Sunday.
Mrs. N. Seaman is expected back
from the east any time now, as her
father is rapidly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Roadruck spent
Monday and Tuesday at Umatilla, the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Oftedal.
Esther Gralbeal went to Umatilla
Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Car!
Brownell. She returned Saturday
Mrs. Earl Baucom went to Pendle
ton last Friday on a combined pleas
ure and business trip. She returned
The Graybeals have moved back to
Kamels for the summer. They came
up here last winter and may come
back again next year, but it is not
Fishing and swimming are now be
coming popular sports since the warm
weather has set in and both the river
and main big ditch are haunted by
ardent sportsmen and athletes.
Mrs. Harry Minnick will take a trip
to Weston to visit her mother and old
friends the middle of the month and to
take in the Poineer's picnic which i;
held annually at Weston. She may
stay two or three weeks.
Warren Corey had a runaway ex
perience the other day, when he lost
control over his horse, having only a
halter for guiding. No harm was
done, however, but Warren decided to
use bridle hereafter when riding.
Dr. Oftedal and Willis J. Pegg, the
publishers of the Umatilla New Era
visited in Irrigion last Friday. They
expressed much surprise and pleasure
at the appearance of our little city
and said they would come again.
Guy Corey is becoming one of the
most progressive farmers about here
now. He has recently purchased a
hog, though he is starting on a
hog and though he is startng on a
small scale, will doubtless soon real
ize a heat sum from the hog business
Our school will close on the twenty
second of this month. ... There will be
no closing exercises as the pupils will
have all they can do to finish up theii
work creditably and as the majority
of those who acted In the plays last
winter have left school no play will
be given as was fprmerly intended.
N. Seaman has an order in for
some three hundred thousand post
cards containing views from the
island of Guam and other Pacific
isles. Thecollection is a very interest
ing one as the view show the natives
at all of their peculiar customs and
habits, and is well worth looking at.
Mrs. Claud Herrin was down from
the Mill Tuesday.
Dan Henshaw made a business trip
to Heppner Tuesday.
Mrs. John T. Kirk made a business
trip to Heppner Tuesday.
Mrs. Crawford, wife of Rev. J. V.
Crawford is on the sick list.
Born On Sunday, May 3, to the
wife of Mike Healy, a daughter.
Ralph Benge of Lexington was in
town the first part of the week.
Mrs. Copenhaven of the Sand Hol
low country was a Heppner visitor
Mike Kenny, a prominent Morrow
County stockman, visited the city the
early part of the week.
Christ Brown, the present owner of
the Cy Shinn ranch, made a hurried
trip to the County Seat Tuesday. -
W. E. Leach of Lexington and E. R.
Huston of Eight Mile, county fair
managers were in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Ed Saling and children of
Currinville are visiting at Mrs. Mary
Bartholomew's ranch on Butter Creek.
Bill Beymer's shearing plant has
started operations over in the Monu
ment country with 12 machines running.
Rev. Ferris of the Federated
Church will preach the Memorial ser
mon, in honor of those who struggled
in the great Civil War, at his church
Sunday morning, the 24th of May.
The baccalaureate sermon to the
members of the High School gradu
ating class will be delivered by Rev,
Ferris in the auditorium of the School
on the evening of Sunday, May 24,
A special musical program is being
jrranged for that evening.
F. DYE, D. M. D.
Pemanently located in Odd Fellows
building, Rooms 4 and S.
Dr. A .P. CULBERTSON
Dr. H. T. ALLISON
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Office Patterson Drug Store
Z Gleanings f
Harvest f IpcalDoimgs
Charles Stanton is feeling good
over his crop prospects. He spent a
' few hours in town Tuesday. -
r aB. Stanfie-eho banker, was
over Monday looking after some cat-
l ...u:u u.: faA at Lafe Pen-
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Mrs. Pickett of Lexington, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mar
tin Reid, returned home yesterday.
John Hayes was an out-going pas
senger to Portland on Wednesday. He
goes for a week's visit with his family.
R. F. Wigglesworth and J. L.
Howard dropped into Heppner Tues
day in the former's car. For a numb
er of years, Mr. Howard has been a
resiident of the Willamette Valley,
but he and his wife have finally re
turned to "their first love," the old
ranch oh Butter reek.
Our Prices on Tea and Coffee
Can't Be Beat
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PH YSICIANS & SURGEONS
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C. E. WOODSON
Office in Palace Hotel. Heppner, Ore.
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
Hills Bros Coffee, ....45c pound
M. J. B. Coffee, 40c pound
Wadco Coffee, 40c pound
Golden West Coffee....4oc pound
in different size tins
Magnolia Tea, 50c pound
Tree Tea, . . 60c pound
Hillvilla Tea, 75c pound
Upton's Tea, . . . . . 75c pound
Ridway's Teas, . ... 75c pound
3. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House, Heppner, Ore.
COFFEE AND TEA IN BULK
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