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About Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1914)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS. 1914.
Salem, Oregon, December 11 Miss
Fern Hobs has been appointed by
Governor West to be a member of
the Workingmcn's Compensation com
mission at $:Sf00 a year.
Portland Commercial Club and
Chamber of Commerce want to con
solidate. The Rogue River Public Service cor
poration bids on liphtinpr Gold Hill by
offering to put in a payroll of if COO
to $1,000 per month.
The Chewaucan press says several
hundred thousand dollars worth of
property is awaiting action of the
Desert Land Board that has been de
layed several months.
How Oregon canneries on an eight
hour and minimum wages can com
pete in putting up fruit against
Hawaian pineapple produced by
Cooley Labor was a problem before
the Commonwealth Congress.
The O.-W. R. & N. has spent $4,-
1300,000 on its Malheur County exten
sion on the North bank of Harney
Yamhill county has appropriated
$1.1,(100 for the Tillamook road West
of Willamina. The State; will be ask
ed for a similar amount.
Clatsop gives Pacific Power & Light
I Golden West Week j
THE COFFEE FESTIVAL !
JUST RIGHT- NO CHAFF NO DUST
5 Pounds $1.50 1 Pound 35c
Now is the time to Buy. DEC. 7 to DEC. 12
Sam Hughes Co.
All Kinds of Repair Work Done Quickly
We are agents for
Ford, Overland and Mitchell
Co. a fifty-year franchise.
Baker county levy tame as last year
a $000,000 less valuation.
A short business session of the legis
lature lopping off about half the
boards and commissions, cutting down
several million fixed charges on the
state, and consolidating boards and
functions is the popular program.
Domestic Science will be taught in
the Astoria High School.
The declining wool industry is to
be prompted with demonstrations all
From 1900 to 1910 Oregon increased
in population outside of cities only
46,or,9, or 4,607 per year. More in
dustries, cheaper land and lower taxes
are the remedy.
The Gold Leaf mine will operate a
five-stamp mill in theBohemia district
with a 12-horsepower gas engine.
Gov. Withycombe says down state
appropriations and keep down taxes.
Salem will erect a $20,000 school
Portland Selection of stone Tor
the $1,000,000 postoffice now rests be
tween Pioneer and Tenino sandstone.
The Northwest Steel Co. of Port
land was lowest bidder for 8 steel
bridges across the Celilo canal to be
built at once.
Engineers ask Congress for $1,750,
000 to complete wof at mouth of
The State Fish and Game Com
mission that collected and expended
$100,000 this year wants no change
in the law. It sent agents on trips to
Europe to find new game birds.
A steel bridge is to span the Uma
tilla river at MiBsiom.
Scio gets anew drygoods and cloth
Mill City Odd Fellows have educated
a new hall.
The Booth-Kelly mills have been
put on an 8-hour day for the winter.
The State Labor Commission collects
$21,000 for inspection of factories.
The Workingmen's Compensation is
required to do thes ame thing.
These Commissions are to be consolidated.
The Granite Hill mine near Grants
Tbss will install a Cynide plant.
in urry county nas been broken up
by a posse of game wardens. i
Eugene sold $34,M0 bitulithic pav-'
ing bonds at a premium.
Albany business men and fruit
growers will build a co-operative can
Wild hogs are an Oregon product.
Thirty were shipped from Curry coun
ty to Marshfield to be fattened.
When considering high salary prop
ositions in Oregon, it should be re
membered that Nebraska voters re
fused to raise the Governor's salary
above $2500 at the recent election.
Auditing County books by the State
Board of Accountants is costing the
various counties double what it did
Announcement by the Southern
Pacific of construction up the coast
from Eureka to Marshfield may be
made Feb. 1st.
The manufacture of show cases and
store fixtures has been established on
a large scale by the Woodcraft Co.
Good Chunky Horses
D. Cox, a well known Hinton Creek
rancher, is enjoying a visit from his
sister who came up recently from
Springfield, Oregon. This is the first
time they have seen each other for
forty years and heedless to say they
have been having a fine time.
Bob Allstott came in yesterday from
his ranch in Eightmile for suspplies.
$1.09 was offered for bluestem in
Heppner on Wednesday, but there was
none to be had at that price.
To the public: There have been
many inquiries concerning our annual
New Year's dance and entertainment
and for the benefit of our friends we
wish to say that there will be no en
tertainment of this nature this year.
Mrs. B. F. Ward of Twin Falls,
Idaho, will be kept posted on Heppner
and Morrow County happening twice
each week during the coming year
through the columns of the Herald.
II. S. Purcell of Whitlash, Mont.,
is a recent addition to the Herald's
list of readers.
Bring your horses to Heppner
before noon on
MONDAY, DEC. 21
and if they suit I will pay you
spot cash. No board of in
spection, I do my own in
specting. All colors except
White and Light Gray.
Weight 1100 to 1300
No Waits or Delays. I Will Be
There Ready To Do Business
J. H. LUCK
SEND THEM THE HERALD
There is no present the. will reflect your good judgement so well.
A Kift of taste for him. A great
variety of new patterns made
with the late flowing ends and
hows. Choose early whilo the
displays are crowded.
Trices 25c to 7."ic
Steak 1 'Links $5.75
Nickel Plated Serving Pishes
Bouillon Set Tray and Cups
Beautiful Key F.oih-r with hur
ner, including tray, cups, salt and
IM'pcr shaker $11.50
Crape Fruit Set. Sickle-plated
consisting of tiav. knife, and I
In KOYAI. nm i.TON Ware.
V.Si;s, TOISACCO J A US.
SI i. INS, I'lUIIMKS, TKA
PUIS. SI C AU AMI CUF AM
Kits. CA.MM.K STICKS TUAYS,
Rogers Bros. Silverware.
Attention to thee gifts
French Print- Pipe.;.
l ol lllllM' P.OVH.
Skudd. r Cars.
Buy Your Gifts for Every One at
MINOR & CO.
This Store is now displaying the largest and best variety of GIFT MERCH
ANDISE ever shown in Heppner.
Every department is rilled with unique Xmas Gifts suitable to each individual
HUNDREDS OF CHRISTMAS CARDS
27 in. Messnline Silk of Rood
weight and fine lustre, yd. $1.00
."( in. soft Taffeta's in the most
desirahle shade, yd $1.25
lit) in. Poplin silks the Benson's
present demand, yd $1.00
'J I in. Plaid and Fancy Silks
from 75c to $2.00
Carters and Suspenders in holi
day boxes 75c to $1.00
Carters and Arm Hands in holi
day hoxes 75c
Combination Sets in Burnt Wood
Sox and Carters $1.25
Arm hands and Barters. .$1.50
Carters in Fancy Hoxes. ,35c
Arm Hands in Fancy Hoxes
Sox and Tie Sets $1.50
In I. nuc beautiful designed
boxes and cabinet boxen.
(See our window)
This is the Irwin-Hudson Sta
tamery which is ho popular
as a Christmas Cift. Al
wuys the most desir
Prices from 50c to $3.50
Including SKHCKS. PoPl'l.lNS.
CREPES. HKDFOHDS. etc. at
prices which will appeal to nil.
The Children will find pleasure in visiting our
TOY DEPARTMENT. A . real Toyland. Make the
Children happy. A department big and attrac
tive. So come along and join in the merrymak
ing of Toytown, and see all the wonderful Toya
that are here for your inspection.
Men'i Fin Handkerchief
Pur Llnan, plain, narrow
Price 25c, Joe, 50e
linen handkerchief, Init
ialed 33; 3 for $1.00
Silk Handkerchief!, plain
25c. 50c. 75e
Silk Handkerchiefs, Init
WE ARE SHOWING A
NICE LINE OK MUFF
LERS IN WHITE. BLACK
ANO FANCY COLORS.
$ 1.23 and $1.50
A Variety of
From Which lo Chow
Knivao, Diamond edge.
23c. to $i;.o
Roberta Safety Rntor
Cuff Link, Gold anil Pear)
Tin t'lanpn, Gold and Pearl.
What will be appreciated
more at thla time of the
year than a nic pair of
Wool Blanket. In Blue,
Tan and Grey Plaid.
Wool blankets, White only,
Bluo or Pink borders.
Wool-Nap Blunkota, Grey
From $2.75 to $3.50
Infants, all Wool Blankets,
From $2.75 to $3.50
IK) not forget our Gro
cery Department, which Is
now filled with all kinds of
good thing to Eat.
Phone u your order.
Ladic Suit Cane Umbrella,
two handles, interchange
Men's Suit Cane Umbrella,
two handles Interchange
able ..$4.00, $4.00 A $100
Store Will be Open Until 9 O'clock
in the Evening on Dec. 23 and 24.
Men's Dress Gloves
Men'sDRESS GLOVES, Colors-
Light and Dark Brown and Tan ;
Silk lined or unlined.
Fancy lined winter and outing
Gloves; Genuine Seal Guantlets
Gauntlets, doghide; long curled
Lamb wool lined gloves $2.50
A GLOVE FOR EVERY
Beautiful Si k Petticoat at at
tractive prices. Made of
splendid quality Messaline silk.
with pleated or plain flounces
All the most-wanted colors,
from $3.50 to $5.00
Complete with all the newest is
Ladies Fancy Hdkfs. with color
ed uiee Edgings, each 35c
uuiies rtincy llilkts. with em
broidery corner, each 35c
Ludies Fancy Hdkfs. with Km
broidery corners, each 50c
Ladies Fancy Hdkfs. with ed
iritiir of Irish Point Lice, each
I.adie Fancy IMkfs. ; Two in
Holiday Box. Box fi.lc
Indies Fancy Hdkfs. ; Six in
Holiday Bo. Box., $1.50
Ijulies Initial Hdkfs.. each. .35c
IN TIME FOR GIFT GIVING
NOTE THESE PRICES!
Scarf, Japanese Mink $22.50
Muff, Japanese Mink . . .$25.00
Scarf, Black Fox $20.00
Muff, Black Fox $20.00
Scarf, Long Haired Coney
Muff, Long Haired Coney
Scarf Marmoth $10.00
Muff, Marmoth $10.00
TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS.
HAT PIN HOLDERS.
PIN TRAYS AND CUSHIONS.
S Piece Iie.-k Set.