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HEPPN'ER HERALD, HEPPNER ORFfioV
GLEANINGS FROM THE HARVEST OF LOCAL
AND PERSONAL MOVEMENTS
W. Rowan left for Echo Friday
morning where he intends to work
-''Cmythe Bros, of Pendleton sold
their wool clip at Arlington at 18 c.
It was coarse grade.
Miss Ruth Bewley, saleslady in
Thompson Bros.' store spent Sunday
with friends at lone.
Wm. Ayers of Hardman was in
xieppner Monday having his eyes ex
amined by Dr. Copeland.
Norton Winnard went over to Pen
dleton Saturday and spent Sunday at
the home of Dr. Henderson.
L. E. McBee and W. T. Buchanan,
prominent Cecil men, were in Hepp
ner the latter part 'of last week.
T. M. Benedict, prosperous rancher
near Morgan, was a business caller
in Heppner last Thursday evening.
A number of Heppner people have
been reeciving shipments of baby
chicks. They come at prices Which
are cheaper than it costs to hatch
eggs in incubators.
Jas. Murtha, a prosperous sheep
raiser over on Rock Creek, transacted
business in Heppner the latter part of
last week. Mr. Murtha hag 8,000
sheep and will start shearing soon.
M. S. Corrigall, President of The
First National Bank of Heppner and
prominent Butter Creek rancher, ac
compained by his daughter, Miss
Lucy, was a Heppner visitor Friday.
Nat Scott, well known Lone Rock
pioneer, transacted business in Hepp
ner the latter part of last week and
while here had his name added to The
Herald's subscription list forth next
Floyd Fraser, Gooseberry rancher
and candidate for the Democratic
nomination for County Commissioner,
was in Heppner the latter part of last
week interviewing voters and con
structing political fences. Mr. Fraser
is very confident of success at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fle'sher arrived
here Saturday evening from Ohio to
visit Mrs. Flesher's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Ball. They are located at
Twin Falls, Idaho, and Mr. Flesher
wil leave for that place soon. Mrs.
Flesher will remain here several
weeks. - .
Frank Sloan and J. C. Hoskins,
prominent Echo residents, were in
Heppner registered at The Palace last
C. E. Gilman, one of our most pro
minent citizens, left Tuesday morn
ing to spend a week in Portland on
R. C. Ne'son, who has been ranch
ing around Heppner left for Moun
tain Home Friday morning where he
intends to secure work.
Mrs. C. L. Brown went to lone Sat
urday to visit several ' days at the
home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. N.
Jim Mollahan returned to Arling
ton Saturday after having spent sev
eral days visiting at the home of his
sister, Mrs. John Kenny.
Business houses of Heppner are
now closed at 6 p. m. This has been
the custom since the 1st of May. The
postoffice is also closed at this hour.
Wm. O'Loughlin, of Baker, Mont,
was down on business. Mr. O'Lough
lin represents the grain and feed ele
vators of Terry and Baker, Mont.,
and will visit all the grain towns a
round the country.
W. F. Honey, stockholder of The
Oregon-Dakota Land Co.,owning sev
eral thousand acres of land near lone,
was in Heppner last week, registered
at The Palace. Mr. Honey is figuring
on disposing of a good size tract of
land to a colony of Russians, who are
expecting to examine the land in a
short time. Mr. Honey lives at Gres
Mra. Hinton, who visited Mrs. A.
Cornett and other friends in Hepp
ner last week, returned to lone Sat
urday. Mrs. Hinton did not neglect
to subscribe for . The Herald. She
will spend the summer with some of
her children over in Wallowa County
and wants to keep in touch with the
happenings In Morrow County, where
she has lived since '64.
The Rev. Father Power of the
Redemptorist Order, who gave a mis
sion in St: Patrick's Church last fall,
will be heard again on the 15th, 16th
and 17th of this month. The ser
mons given by Father Power during
the last fall mission were very much
appreciated by his hearers, and a cor
dial invitation is offered to all to at
tend the services on the evenings as
Dr. John Fuller and wife, who came
up last Thursday to look around the
country, left for Portland Friday
morning, but may be back in the near
future. It is said that Portland is
picking up considerably in both com
mercial and professional lines, as it
had been rather dull during the last
A very pleasant surprise party was
given to Mr. Elery Hayes by his
friends last Friday in honor of his
nineteenth birthday. Games were
played and refreshments served and
all had a very good time. Those
present were Misses Edith Thorley,
Pearl Thompson, Mary Notson,
Marsha Winnard, Althea Devins,
Clair Groshen, Lucile Elder, Alice
Cummings, Miss Long, Mr. William
Fisk, Orian Wright, Delbert Wright
Loren Mikesell, Thomas Hughes, Sam
Stevens, and Mr. Wigmoore of
W. G. Hynd of Sand Hollow was in
town Tuesday morning on his way
to Cecil to see his brother, JacK
Hynd. Sheep shearing started at
Jack's place Tuesday and they have
5600 head to clip at that place. Jack
contracted his wool to R. F. Bicknell
a couple of months ago for 11 c
and is now decidely sorry that he did
so. llc was what he received for
his clip last year and figured that he
would be lucky to receive as much
this year, but the world storage has,
raised the price several cents. Hynd
Brothers have 3600 head in Sand Hol
low and offered to contract their clip
some time ago for 14c but were of
fered only 14. Now they expect to
get 15c at least.
Sunday Oregonian "Miss Fay
Elizabeth Hendershott and Don Rob
ert Haylor were married at a simple
home wedding Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mon
roe Hendershott. Dr. J. H. Boyd of
ficiated. Mrs. Mason Wittenberg
was matron of honor and the best
man was Ellwood Hendershott. The
ceremony was read before an im
provised alter of 'dogwood blossoms,
narcissus and fern tied with huge
tulle bows and the entire house was
charming in its Spring decorations.
A buffett supper was served after
the ceremony, at which only a few
families were present. Presiding at
the table in the dining-room were
Mesdames Mary Preston Roy Hend
ershott, Victor Jergensen, H. M. Eul
er and Park A. Reese. They were
assisted by the Misses NEdith Merri
man, Louisa Preston, Mildred Smith
Gertrude Kinsman and, Mabel
The Mr. Haylor mentioned in the
foregoing article is a son of Wm.
Haylor, local jeweleryman. The
young Mr. Haylor has been with one
of the largest retail jewelery stores
in Portland for several years and has
just accepted an important position
FOR JUSTICE OF THE
""iiiii-ii in i
Charles L McNary .
Now on the Bench
with Butterfield Bros, wholesale
A total of 100 gallons of cream
were shipped from the Heppner de
pot Sunday and Monday.
Harry Cummings, our hustling
nurseryman, made a business trip to
Portland and Salem last week.
The ladies of the M. E. Church
South will hold a sale of cooked food
it R. M. Hart's cofectionery Satur
day, the 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Finley of Al
pine were visitors in Heppner Mon
lay, Mrs. Finley having her eyes
treated by Dr. Copeland.
County Clerk Hill made a trip down
to Jack Hynd's place near Cecil Tues
lay to see that Mr. Hynd's shearing
3rew got started off in good shape.
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They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Better
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All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
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teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
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7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model 26tTO0
7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model 260.00
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7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model 300.00
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with P.lectrio Starter) 325.00
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Agent for Morrow County. LEXINGTON
Without a Competitor
f. o. b. Detroit
X B. SPARKS
Dealer for Morrow County
A. W. Goodman, who clerked in
Minor & Co's. store aeveral years ago,
was in Heppner over, Sunday renew
ing old acquaintanceships. He is
iow managing a store at Wilkeson,
Wash., and left on Monday for that
The late Rufus Mallory, who died
'.aBtThiiswJay in Portland, was an
" yty County Clerk A. M.
Vl Jleppner. He was one of
theit lawyers in Oregon and
'or years one of the foremost Repub
lican politicians of the state.
J. H. Cox, local contractor, will re
model the Tom Matlock house up
Hinton Creek. The house will be
raised and a new cement foundation
put under it. A new porch and new"
bungalow windows will be added and
the entire house remodeldti.
Rev. O. W. Elliott of Portland, will
preach at the M. E. Church South
morning and evening Sunday. Rev.
Elliott is one of the most successful
Sunday School leaders in the state.
You will enjoy hearing him. While
here, Rev. Elliott will be a guest of
Rev. Goulder's, the two gentlemen
being old time friends.
By S. E. Notson, Co. Supt.
On the 27th ult., I visited theschool
in District No. 59, which is under the
direction of Miss. Alma Himrickg.
Ten pupils were present. The work
of the term is starting off very nicely.
A new chart and a new map of the
state have been recently added to the
equipment. Arrangements have been
made to pipe the water from a spring
to the school premises. When this
is completed this school will have an
excellent water supply.
The following day I visited the
school in District No. 51. Mrs Har
riet Stephens is the teacher. Seven
teen pupils were present. All ap
peared to be. diligent in their work,
and a splendid interest was niani
fest. The interior of the building ap
pears quite cheery and comfortable
since the walls and celling have been
painted a soft cream color. Lumber
in on the ground for a new fence a
round the grounds. A new state map
and a new chart have been purchased
In District No. 14 the boys' out
building needed some repairs and a
scrubbing. Frank McGralh, one of
the pupils, took the matter in hand,
and the building is now in good re
pair and excellent condition. A little
of the spirit shown by Frank mani
fested in many dist-icts would result
in some worthy improvements.
Dalles Chroincle. J. 8. Taylor,
formerly O.-W. R. & N. agent at
Heppner Junction, arrived here
yesterday and has succeeded
iR. V. Sullivan as day tick
Jet clerk. Mrs. Taylor will arrive in
a few days.
Now Equipped with a Complete
All Kinds of Repair Work Done Quickly
We have a furnace for making '
all kinds of
Buggy, Wagon and Automobile
Michael Sepanak, Expert Workman,
la in charge of this department.
We are agents for
Ford, Overland and Mitchell
Gilliam & Bisbee
For anything in the HARDWARE LINE
We have it, will git it, or it is not made
We Specialize on the following:
The Deering Cutting Machinery of all kinds.-
The Bain, Webber and Bittendorft" wagons.
The Velle Carriages, Buggies & Etc.
The John Deere and O'lver Plows.
The Van Brunt and Thomas Gram Drills.
The Daln, Buck Rakes and Stackers.
The Fairbanks and Stover Gasoline Engines.
The Russell Steam Engines andThreshers.
The Aermotor Wind Mills and Pumps. ,
The Stewart Sheep shearing Machines and extras.
The Kimp Sheep Branding Lipuid.
The Sherwhi William Taints and Co'ors.
The Chinanel Varnishes and Graining Compound.
The Great Majestic Steel Range "The World's Best."
The Diamond Edge Tools, every one Guaranteed.
The Sharpless Tubular Cream Seperators.
The Community Silver Ware, Guaranteed for fifty years.
We try to keep a complete, up-to-date stock of everything car
ried in a first-class store, and we ask everybody for a
liberal share of their patronage. We do our best
to mtrit the same.
Come and see us
GILLIAM & BISBEE