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Tuesday, May 2, 1922
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
frLOCAL NEWS ITEMS
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Mrs. Florence Paul of the Sa-n
Hughes Co. returned Tuesday even
ing from a two week's visit at Port
land. Virgil Renoe haa taken the position
of night clerk at Hotel Patrick and
is proving an able assistant to Mana
ger and Mrs. Dean in looking after
the comfort of their guests.
Mr. and Mrs. John Caliaus and Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Curran drove to The
Dalles last Tuesday to attend the
lunenil of 71ev. Father Malloy.
The Morrow County Sunday School
convention will meet i.l Heppner
Wednesday, May 10th and .on Thuro
lay, May 11th a session of the con
vention will he held at lone. 1
William Durand, of Lexington and
Mrs. Ella Pleiss, of Heppner, who
were recently married at Lexington,
will reside on the Durand ranch on
upper Rhea creek. I
Kd Chidsey returned Sunday even
ing from Chicago where he went
some time ago with a cattle train. Ed
gays he 'had a fine time and is ready
to go to work again and accumulate
some more shekels for another trip,.
Jake Young, former well known
resident of this county, now residing
at Aloha, near 'Portland, was here
during the week visiting friends'. Mr.
Young was called here to be with
Ilia daughter, MrR. Clive Huston, who
underwent a serious operation at
the Heppner Hospital a few days ago.
Dr. McMurdo reports tliej patient
gel ting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Darbee and their
daughter Gwendolyn, expect to leave
tomorrow morning for an extended
trip; through the east, during which
they will visit Salt Lake, Denver, St.
Louis, Washington, D. C-, ,and New
York. Mr. Darbee's former home
was near the; big town and he has
many friends and relatives to visit
In that vicinity: They expect to be
gone two months.,
Jeff Beymer, erBtwhile proprietor
of the freight trucking business, and
Emmett Jones, sometimes proprietor
of a delivery truck, each had new
jobs Monday mornlmg having traded
businesses during the Sunday lull.
Each will enjoy a rest from their for
mer job while handling the new one
and when they need another vacation
they will trade back. Some vacation
John Kirkenny was in town Satur
day and expressed himself as pretty
well saitsBed with his wool sale of
the nrevious day, in spite of the fact
that he had just heardiof a wool pool
at Jerioo Utah, selling the same day
at 40 cents. "That's where we Mor
row county fellows lose money," said
Mr. Kilkenny. "We should pool our
wool and by having a large quantity
be able to command the very top
price of the market."
W. B. Tucker, prominent Black
horse farmer, was in town Saturday
and reports the wheat in his section
of the county looking remarkably
well. "We are having just the kind
of a spring the wheat needs after the
winter we had," declared Mr. Tucker.
"An early spring, with warm dry
weather, would have baked the
ground so hard that the wheat would
have hal a hard time of it but the
cool weather with occasional showers
hiurf been ideal for the main crop."
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson have
gone to Hood River to reside where
they own a fine 12-acre orchard home
a short distance from the city. Mr.
Anderson, who is known as one of the
most successful young farmers of
the Eightmile district, has: raised
wheat with such a degree of efficiency
as to be able to retire at an early age
and selected a Hood River orchard as
an ideal place to enjoy a change In
occupation and environment. They
left for their new home last Wednes
day. Herman N'Mlls-'-n, engaged in ihe
farming and stock business in the
Hardniau district, is '.n town today on
a short (business tr p. Mr. Nelllson
sttys plowing has jusr. commenced in
bin neighborhood aiul the weather i3
still cold and dh.agreeable. He rau3
horses on his ranch and finds t"he
horse market better this year than
for several years lift. Mr. Neillson
thinks the tractor will soon, give way
to the horse and mule on the wheal
farms of this county r.nd looks for an
increased demand lor heavy Btock,
R. E. Alstott, who recently bought
the Henry Gay ranch on, Rhea
creek, 'was in town during the week
and says they are getting settled in
their new homo and are very well
pleased with the change. The wheat
ranch on Eightmile will be operated
by Mr. Alstott's son, Robert jr. and
two of his sisters and the family will
be able to handle the two plants to
good advantage. Bob Br. will spec
ialize in all'all'aiand stock on the
Rhea creek place and Bob jr. will give
his: attention to growing big crops of
wheat on the Eightmile farm.
J. W. Morrow, former well known
resident and business man of Hepp
ner, now connected with the execu
tive department of the O. W. R. &
N. Co. at Portland was a visitor here
for a few days during the week enjoy
ing the companionship of his 'many
old tim6 Morrow county friends. Mr.
Morrow, who is a rock-ribbed demo
crat, says the present is no time for
good Americans to think of partisan
politics but that all good citizens
should unite in electing men to office
from constable to congressman who
are In no way tainted with the odor of
KlUj Kluxism. The "invisible empire,"
Mr. Morrow says, is a real menace
just now and should be so understood
and met by thosfe who are opposed to
mob law and religious fanaticism.
Four Hundred acres ttineh grass
pasture with, 1 mile of running water
through it. About 17 miles' south of
Heppner. iCall at ranch or addresa,
ltf Heppner, Ore.
HE CAREFUL ABOUT RETURN
ADDRESS ON YOUR LETTERS
Almost 20,000,000 undelivered let
ter go to the Dead Letter Office an
nually, and are there opened to as
certain the names of the senders. If
you had just remembered to put your
return address in the upper left hand
corner of theienvelope (not on the
back of the envelope) you could have
felt sure of its prompt return to you
without sending it to the Dead Letter
Office. It costs 1 3 cents to get a
dead letter returned.
Parcel post packages will not be
accepted without a return address on
MRS. HANNAH HAYDEN PASSES
Mrs. Hannah Hayden, wife of Dr.
Hayden, who died at her home at
Monument last Tuesday evening,
was buried at Hardman, Friday, April
28th. Besides' her widower she is
survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Ingram, and by several
sisters and brothers. Dr. Hayden,
who formerly was located at Hard-
mian is now practicing medicine at
Get your land
plowed before it
ipThe fordson will
pull your plows 24
hours a day.
Price $495 f. o. b. Heppner.
BUY NOW and GET BUSY
f Wl 'rrrmWS!ri
EQUAL TO ALL DEMANDS
When your thoughts turn to spring
wraps and you nre distracted In try
ing to choose between the practicabil
ity of a coat and the graceful smart
ness of a cupe, remember that it is
easy to make n compromise. Some one
has foreseen your difficulty In the
choice of a wrnp for all-round wear
and solved It for you. The cape-con t
is here In several delightful variations,
one of them shown in the illustration.
Wool jersey or any of the soft, light
weight wool coatings, make wrnps of
this kind. Their capes are lined with
crepe or satin, usually In a quiet con
trasting color. The model pictured is
equal to all weuther emergencies. It
is fastened with two large buttons and
they make, with buttonholes, a smart
decorntlw feature on the cape portion.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Whereas It has pleased our
Heavenly (Father to summon to her
Eternal Home our beloved sister,
Frankie Luper, who was ..always a
faithful and devoted member of Ruth
Chapter No. H?. Order of theEasiern
Star, one of ir. pas Matrons, and
ever ready to do a!! in her powes tor
the welfare of the chapter.
Her beautiful rendition f the
work should ev..-r iinrer in the minlu
of the membTS.
Be It Resol(.d: That we bow In
humble submission to the Will of the
Omnipotent and ev.end to tbi
bereaved family our heartfelt sym
pathy. That we drape our chapter Id
mourning for a per od of thirty daT
in memory of our departed sister.
That a copy of these Resolutions be
spread on the minutes of the Chap
ter: a copy be s-?nt t the family and
one io the press 'or publication.
George W. Wilson,, well known res
ident of Cecil is visiting friend and
relatives in Heppner for a few days.
COUNTY NURSE'S REPORT FOR
Miles traveled j by R. R., 70; by
Towns' and schools visited: Lexing
ton, Morgan, Heppner, Pine'i City,
Lena, and School Districts No. 23, 18,
37, 50, 9, 16, 28, 17, 19, 40, 81, 22,
21, 4, 14, 37, 29,36, 53, 32, 48, 3 and
Schools visited, 30; visits made, 34
Pupils Inspected, 285; not defective
22. Nuber of defects found:
Vision, 37; Eyes, 6; Ears, 7;
hearing, 4; tonsils, 96; -nasal breath
ing, 19; teeth, 100;' , -lands, 57; s'kln
8; mentality, 1.
Number of defects corrected, 30.
Number weighed and measured
600. 10 per cent underweight, 100.
Routine class inspections, 16. Notes
to parents, 175. Homo calls, 11.
Pupils taken to physician, 2. Exclu
ded from school 3. Class room talks
30. Tooth brusTi drills, 13. Build
iugs inspected, 28.
- Office hours kept, 40. Letters writ
ten, 47. Office calls, 15. Phone calla
5. Firsi aid classes 5.
MRS. TOM JOHNSON, ,
County Health Nurse.
I A Bank Balance built
ud by careful economy
and self-denial will give
I you greater satisfaction
than an equal sum se- n
cured ' without difficulty
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I or exertion. . f
The advantages of such
I a reserve are worth a j
fj genuine effort. 1
We welcome accounts
small and large.
"All Work and No Play
Makes Jack a Dull Boy."
Legitimate Amusement is
Essential in Maintaining a
Proper Mental Balance.
Our Pictures are Consis
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I am prepared to furnish the finest
quaity Rolled Barley at fair and honest
prices. ' "
I also handle a complete line of gasoline
Kerosine and Lubericating Oils. Satisfac
tion to customers is my motto.
PHONE MAIN 733
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I - Lkx 3!sd IL Jy$
f. o. b. Heppner
f. o. b. Heppner
Touring Car $465.74 f. o. b. Heppner
N. B. Above prices arc for tractor or cars de
livered to you at Heppner.
Don't confuse Ihem with Detroit prices
Latonrell Auto Co.
GILUAM & BISBEE'S
Dj'fore Bummerfallowing use a
Disk, wo havo them in tandem or
What has become of Morrow
county's' early settlers? .We don't
know. They have surely left the
country or may be with their HeaV'
enly Father, for there Is very little
sign of any early settlements around
A Rotary Rod Weeder pulls them
out roots and all and leaves them on
top of the ground.
We are well supplied with alfalfa
and garden seeds.
We have plenty of poultry supplies
suitable for baby chicks up to oM
Come to us for sheep marking
Ink. Red iDlack -and Groen. Sheer
shears and sheep dip.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
We carry a good supply of
Wright and Ditson
Bats, Balls, Ball Shoes, Gloves,
Mitts, Masks, Ankle Braces,
Come in and see our
" Big Bill 99 line of Fishing
Get ready for that big trout you
lost last year.
Peoples Hdw. Co.
WE AIM TO TIXASE ASD OtR AIM is TRITE!