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About Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1914)
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City Meat Market
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wnoiesale & Retail
KINSMAN & HALL, Props.
Best Meals in the City and at
the most reasonable prices
Everything neat and clean
Short orders served in quick and satisfactory style
New Shop iu.t opened lor bu.ineu in in the C.rriguet building on main treet
We desire your patronage nd will treat you right
We can do all kinds of Repair Work
Browers' Shoe Repairing Shop
CI1 OR ME RE
We have always handled the bulk of the canning
berry business, and expect to this season as well.
About JUNE 1st, we look for STRAWBERRIES to
be at their best, both as to quality and price.
We advise those wanting them for canning to leave
their orders and we will see that they are filled when
both price and quality reach the most ecomonical
This Reason we have made arrangements with some
lage growers this side of Portland to supply us, this
will insure fresh stock.
For your information let us caution you that practi
cality all berries will be packed in the new pirt boxes.
This new package will necessitate your buying a
larger number of crates than formerly, of course the
price will be correspondingly lower.
LEAVE YOl'K ORDERS NOW.
PHELPS GROCERY COMPANY
of the convicts, trying to swim ashore,
wcie ureu at.
"On April 30 the Geneva was re
leased and water and provisions were
obtained from the Raleigh On May
3 it put out to sea for Gray Harbor
under command of the mate, who, with
crew, went aboard after the brig was
released." . -
According to the story brought in
on the Cetriana, Un;ted States Con
sul Edwards of Acapulco was ordered
to leave the country, but no ship was
at hand to take him away
He went to Manzanillo and there
was put on the Mexican steamer Pes
quira. In his stateroom, it is report
ed, he was held as a prisoner, while an
armed Mpvipnn cnlrlii. -rnnAA i t
his door and occasional! flourished a
revolver muzzle through the shutters
of the door. Edwards says he kept
a knife in his hand oil ., t
...,v. u.. uigub, CAJJCUl-
ing an assult. The Consul was re
Two Killed at Fiesta.
TWO names VUOVO Uvnnrelit- V...
Cetriana of men who are said to be
positively known victims of the Mexi
can anti-American feeling. They re
mained at their work on the El Tovar
mine and rt a riotous fiesta which was
kindled into a white flame of hatred
for the "gringos," C. B. Hoadley, of
New Haven, Conn, and G. E. Williams,
an Englishman, were killed, said the
Other names of men believed to
have been killed at Los Penas, be
tween San Bias and Mazanillo, are
Ralph R. Ramsdell, J. H. James,
Charles A. Kelso, and men named Nel
son, McAllister and Hidell.
When the Cetriana arrived at San
Bias, April 26, Commander Minister
found 17 Americans from the inland
town of Tepic waiting They told him
they were being held prisoners sub
ject to orders issued by the Mexican
General Domingo Zervin that they be
returned. Return to the interior
meant execution, they said. Though
the persuasion and diplomacy of Com
mander Minister they were released
and allowed to leave on board the
Tacoman on Cetriana.
S. W. Wall, a newspaperman of Ta
coma, Wash., was one of the Cet
riana's refugees. "Fnllnwin
cupation of Vera Cruz Americans
suuueniy iouna tnemselves in a coun
try turned hostile," said Wall.
"They were without means of es
cape and but for the chance arrival
of the ship Cetriana the lives of many
no doubt would have been sacrificed."
Echo and Pilot Rock have decided
to celebrate the 4th of July.
The main street in the town of
Helix, in Umatilla Countv has Wn
oiled similar to the streets of Hepp-ner.
EARLY AND LATE CABBAGE
Plants that don't run to seed. 50c
per 100, tomato plants that don't
blight easily at 15c per dozen, 50c for
50, 75c per 100 at
INSURE YOUR CROPS.
Be safe from hail. On Mav 24. 25
and 26 a representative of the North
western Fire & Marine Insurance Co.
will write insurance at Minor & Co's.
Glenn Ball, a voiine- man wVin livoa
in Fairview district, was in Heppner
last Saturday and informs us that
there will be a social dance at Peter
son Bros.' place tomorrow (Friday)
night, to which everybody is cordinllv
invited. Ladies are requested to brine
baskets full of good eats for the supper.
at MINOR & CO'S
You will find them here-the latest in everything. We
want to call your attention tour Straw Hats. You should
have one-stvle demands it. as wpII as thic Vint cnncViimr
-"7 w vi aaw AAWfc. UU1 ACTA AAA kj
weather. See our striking new Gordon Novelties..
The popular hat with Wide Brim, Low Crown, $1.50 and $3.00
The beautiful new hat with the Blue Band, High Crown
and Medium Brim, at .
See the "Style Maker," made of Heavy Straw with High
High Crown, Narrow Brim and Crimped band,
The Hat With the Grey band. It's a wonder, with a
Medium Crown and brim, at . . .
Examine our line of good ones at $5 and $8
If you don't like the weather, don't overlook the place
where you can meet with its changes. We always car
ry those cool undergarments The B.V.D., Park Mills,
athletic pattern; Porosknit and other light mesh suits.
All Brown Votes Must be Recorded
Before MAY 20th.
fTAKVLOref OCAL 10
Paul Hisler visited Heppner last
N. S. Whetstone tuoll
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raiser, went to Pendleton Monday on
a Dusiness trip.
Millinery Sale At
F. LITER'S MILLINERY
Reduced prices on Trimmed ml
Untrimmod hats, flowers, feathers,
ribbons and hair goods.
Crops insured against hail. You
; farmers will have an opportunity to
ineet a representative of the North-
western Fire & Marine Insurance
jCo. on May 24, 25 and 26 at Minor &
-o g., tieppner.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Doak is on the sick list.
Miss Maude McMillan was taken
j suddenly ill Monday evening.
H. L. McAllister and mother left
for Portland Monday morning.
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j nit) uaccaiaureaie address given I
; Sunday evening by Supt. Notson was
Swell attended and enioved bv .r.. I
W. G. Scott and W. E. Leach visited
The Dalles Monday, returning the
W. G. Scott and family are the
proud possessors of a new player
piano which came last week.
Mr. Frank Burgoyne a prominent
young business man of this city and
Miss Cecil Rice of Heppner were
quietly married here last Friday
evening. Rev. Taber officiating. We
all extend our hearty congratulations
to the young couple for a long, hup
py and prosperous life.
Tom Quaid of Portland has been in
Heppner several days looking after
Mrs. Connor and little granddaugh
ter of Olex, were visitors in Heppner
the latter part of last week.
B. K. Searcy, the shooting gallery
man, was visitting at his home in Con
don last week, returning Saturday
LOST Between power house and
btevens place, Sunday, $25 in pocket
book. Return to owner and receive
liberal reward. Bert Cason, Lone Rock.
L. B. Kicker, schoolmaster, property
owner and booster for the West Ex
tension, was in town from Irrigon
Saturday evening, having brought up
the election ballots from that precinct.
Ed Farnsworth has rented his place
near Rhea Siding on Willow Creek to
his brother, Carl, and will take his
sheep over to Grant County for the
Dillard French shinned 2V, cars of
sheep and V4 car of hogs to Portland
iuesday. Mr. French and H. C.
Githens accompanied the stock to the
Lou Bisbee went down to Ewing
Siding Tuesday morning to do some
plumbing work for H. S. Ewing. Mr.
Ewing is having a boiler installed
with his seperator.
Andy Cook headed a couDle of road
crews which left town Monday morn
ing to do some further work on the
Heppner-Irrigon road between Sand
Hollow and Irrigon.
Miss Amy McHatev. and Mrs. fWa
niece of the late J. H. McIIaley, were
incoming passengers from Portland
Saturday evening. Mrs. McHaley
spent the winter in Portland at the
home of Mrs. Coats.
Fred Elder returned from Baker
Sunday evening and was accompanied
home by his grandmother, Mrs.
Lucinda Elder, who has been visit
ing for several months at the home
of Mrs. Belle Bucknum in Baker.
Mrs. Eliza J. Ayers was in to call
on the Herald man Tuesday and to
subscribe for Morrow County's best
newspaper. Mrs. Ayers is a pioneer
of this country, having resided here
since '72, and her friends are glad to
know that she is enjoying fine health.
. LOST A straight bar gold pin with
Elk's tooth and red star in center.
finder will please leave at
office or notify Mrs. E. B.
Heppner. Suitable reward.
TO TELEPHONE PATRONS
As there are a number of people
not acquainted with the hours of ser
vice on Sundays and holidays we pub
lish them herewith: mornings, 9 to
12; evenings, 5 to 6.
, Jeff Jones is the owner of a new
Case "25" automobile, purchased from
Vaughn & Son of Heppner. They
went to The Dalles after the car. It
is exactly the same kind of a car as
the one owned by Spencer Akers.
J. A. Gibbons, who brought up the
ballot box from Castle Rock Sptnr.
day evening went on out to Hardman
that evening and stayed over Sunday
with Mrs. Gibbons, who is vutitinir nt
the home of her parents there.
Miss Lillie Pennington of lone was
a guest at the hom nf FntV,r
O'Rourke in Heppner over Sunday and
attended the special services t th
church. She returned home Monday
witth Knappenberg's in their car.
Antone Cunha was in from Lena
Saturday proving up on his home
stead before U. S. Commissioner.
Judge Patterson. John Woodard and
Jim Higgiug of Butter Creek, who
were witnesses for Mr. Cunha, were
in town that day.
lone took the measure of the Con
don ball team for the third time this
season and defeated the Gilliam Coun
ty lads 5 to 0 on the lone grounds
Sunday. Bob Sperry pitched guilt
edged ball for lone and the receiving
of Coshow was a feature. Walt Coch
ran of lone poled out a home run with
the basese full.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O'Sullivan were
up from Morgan, over Sunday to at
tend the special services at the Catho
lic Church. Mr. O'Sullivan will hold
an auction sale at his ranch Saturday
to dispose of some extra stock and im
plements. He is retiring from the
wheat farming and will devote hia en
tire time to his alfalfa ranch.
The Heppner Garage hag recently
ordered a lathe to add to the mechani
cal equipment of their repair depart
ment. The addition of this new ma- i
chine puts them in shape to do work ',
they could not handle heretofore. f
Mr. and Mrs. Kem were over from
Wasco a week visiting at the horned
of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.f
Slocum and were present at the wed
ding of Mrs. Kern's sister, Miss Eliza
Mrs. Tom Humphries went down to
Portland Tuesday mornine to attend
the graduation exercises of the 1914
class at the North Pacific College; of
Dentistry and Pharmacy which took
place last evening. Miss Leta Humph
ries, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
Humphries was a member ofi the
grauduating class from the nharmacv
department Miss Leta will assist her
father in the Slocum Drug Co'' store
in me iuiure.
W. L, Barlow and wife
Barlow were in Heppner from' Eieht-
mile section Tuesday and while , in
town made the Herald office auleasanl
call. They were much interested in
our linotype machine. Thi machine
is a marvel of mechanical fworkman
ship and our readers havej a cordial
invitation to watch it in operation any
time they happen to be in town. This
machine in the first of it kinH .v. ;
brought into this section ,of the coun-