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THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, October 2, 1923
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Mr. and Mis. Jack Jarvis, of Ar
in:tii. were here Saturday -njoy-
ing the Rodi-o thrills.
LINCOLN It A MS FOR SALE T.
K. Hendrirk. Iioardman, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Caldwell, of
T'kiah, were visitors here last week,
IieinK Interested spectators at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek left
this morniru; for Eugene having been
called there by the illness of Mrs.
K. K. Baxter, of Portland, who is
in charge of the estate of the late
Robert Hynd, was ia town a few days
on business leaving for home this
George Krs was In from Cecil
Monday on a short business trip. The
Krebs raucli lone were too busy
putting up tlio third bay crop to couie
to the Rodeo this year.
Everett Patlison, who is employed
at the Liebes- store at Portland, was
here on a short visit during the i'o
dto returning to the city Sunday
John Kilkenny and P. O. Farley
returned from Baker Sunday eve
ning where they delivered 6000 of
Mr. Kilkenny's lambs, to eastern buy
ers. Prices run around $7.00 a head.
ATTENTION, LADIES! I have
just received a big line of Ladies'
Carmenls at prices that will appeal
(to careful buyers. DresseB $10.00 to
M5.00. Coats 27.50 $to $65.00. Also
a splendid line of Skirts and Sweat
ers at v(ery reasonable prices. MRS.
L. G. HERREN. 23-24.
Judge and Mrs. W. Campbell re
turned Friday evening from ufl auto
trip to Bull Kiver, 13. C, where tlity
visited their daughter, Mrs. W. T.
Crow. Judge Campbell says the
amount of good roads encountered
on their trip was astounding as well
as mighty satisfactory to drive ove-.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson were
here from Ukiah during the Rode'..
Mr. Peterson, who is a prominent
citizen of that town having big string
of relay race horses here. Mrs. Pet
erson was formerly Miss Ruth Hud-
dlestou of this city, and was a me u
ber of the 1920 class at Heppner
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Frye and
children, of Chicago, arrived here a
fw days aga in their car making the
Hip of 2480 miles in 11 days. They
ate visiting Mr. Frye's mother and
nay spend the winter here. Mr
Viyt is an expert telegraph operator
and is rated one of the beat iu the
Bill Lawson, a well known old
timer, received painful bruise3
Thursday while watching the pa
rade. Mr. Lawson was standing di
rectly behind Sheriff McDuffee's
automobile which was parked at the
curb and when the sheriff started to
back out Mr. Lawson was knocked
down. Up. received painful but not
serious bruises and abrasions.
Jim Huddleston was over from
Lone Rock taking in the Rodeo and
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This pretty young lady of Pott
ville. Pa., was selected to represent
Unit city at the Atlantic Cltv nacenni.
Is now open and prepared to take
B. G. SIGSBEE
Located on Main Street Opposite Star Theatre, Heppner
finds it hard to tear himself away.
He is still here. Mr. Huddleston
thinks the committee should have
presented him with a flowery shirt
and a big hat for the show and a
partner for the nightly dances. He
is still single but is in the matrimon
ial market with both feet.
C. A. Minor, who has been spend
ing several weeks at the Minor &
Krebs ranch at Cecil, was a visitor
at the Rodeo last week and enjoyed
the show immensely. Mr. Minor has
been in poor health for a year or
so but is now improving rapidly and
his friends hope to see him soon re
stored to his usual health. Time
was when "Art" Minor was second
to nobody in these parts as a rider
of all sorts of horses and the
broncho busting last week made him
fairly itch to again get in the sad
dle and plant his spurs where they
would get the best results in action.
COPPER CARBONATE BEST
According to reports received from
various sections of the Northwest
where copper carbonate was used
this past year this treatment has
i been more successful in controlling
i smut than bluestone or formalde
i hyde. Even in the bad smut section
Inside of the vault of the hank are located
(lie iudividvual Safe Deposit Boxes main
tained for those forehanded people who want
the li EST OK PROTECTION for their
valuahles. Bonds, stocks, insurance policies,
mortgages, records, receipts, jewelry, trink
ets, etc, deserve better protection than they
receive when kept in an office safe, tin box
or hidden away somewhere.
This hank has these Safe Deposit Boxes
for rent at the rate of two dollars a year and
up, according to the size of the box. It otfers
you the opportunity to keep your valuahles
where it keeps its own. Rent a SaJ'c Deposit
Bok today, for the number now vacant is
Farmers and Stockgrowers
of the Paloose country in Washing
I ton ther(e was approximately 4 per
I cent loss smut where copper carbo-
I n-it.i w!ia nfleH than where hlnestotip
j was used. Some of the tests put out
' the past year has indicated that
where the grain is visibly smutty an
increase In the amount of copper car
bonate used gives better results.
(While it is not advised, In this sec-
j tion, to plant badly smutted grain,
H. P. Barss, plant pathologist of the
j Oregon Africultural college, recom-
! ed with copper carbonate is visibly
smutted it should be treated with
' three ounces per bushel instead of
two. The advantage may not be
very great but there is a definite
probability of better smut control
especially in the fall planting. If
your seed is frtyi of ball smut and
had very little smut in it this year
two ounces of a good grade of cop
per carbonate per bushel is enough.
It la essential that a good grade of
popper carbonate be used and that
it be coated thoroughly over each
kernel. Practically all of the cases
where copper carbonate did not give
good results the past year were due
to a poor grade of material or to im
proper mixing. U. W. Moorse.
Prices Have Dropped
We are nww offering new stock at lower price
MILL RUN BRAN
MIDDLINGS CALF MEAL
KERIi'S MILK MAKER and MILK RATION
ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES
Seed Rye for Sale
Drown & Lowry
HEPPNER, OREGON Phone 642
ST RAVED One red Durham
cow branded 3 bars over 4 on right
side, A. J. on right hip, 7 2 on left
hip. About C years old. Notify or
return to I). F. Kansier, Bnaniman,
Oregon. Ranch 3 miles south of
JU JU -tytT-t..y ? t.
H. O. Ely was in lone on business j
Wednesday of last week. I
Mr. and Mrs. Pettyjohn and chil
dren and nieces, Geneva and Beulah
Pettyjohn, attended the Rodeo at
H. O. Ely started seeding Monday
of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. "Wid" Palmateer of
Windynook were in Morgan and lone
W. F. Palmateer was laid off
threshing by the heavy rain which
fell Tuesday night of last week.
Bert Palmateer hauled wheat to
th,e warehouse at Morgan while he
was laid off threshing.
Miss Margaret Ely was absent
from school three days last week on
account of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ely, accompan
ied by their daughters, Edith and
Margaret, attended the Rodeo at
Mrs! R. E. Harbison and her son
Robert, attended the Heppner Rodeo
Mrs. S. Edwards appreciated the
kindness shown her while her daugh
ter was so very ill. Miss Hazel Is
Ke-mil Edwards attended the Ho
deo Friday at Heppner.
A party of young people chaper
oned by Mrs. Witcraft took in all
the sights at the Hfppner Rodeo Sat
urday. One of the party reports a
very good time in spite of the fact
that people do not seem to be able
to ride a truck as easily as sacks of
The members of the Morgan school
who have been neither absent nor
tardy are Lela, LeniB and Leona
Gray, Wayne wuzei, juiiae, wauuc
ana Kstie Morgan, Ora and Mary
Holaday, Howard Hardesty, Mary
and Harold Witcraft, Paul and Lee
Pettyjohn, and Edith Ely.
A cablegram received at the state
"I have been informed at the for
eign, office that the food emergency
has been met. The only problem re
maining Is the question of distribu
tion. This the Japanese, with their
organizing ability and their ability
to recover rapidly from shock, desire
to handle themselves."
Ready-to-build material for fiv;'
hospital buildings have been sent to
Japan by the American Red Cross.
Only such necessary supplies as
cannot be secured in Japan will be
bought here and sent over from now
With a Quota of $1,000,000 great
er New York has already subscribed
$2,299,000 for Japanese relief.
FARM WANTED Wanted to
hear from owner of improved farm
or good land' fop sale, priced reason
able. L. Jones, box 869, Olney, 111.
Any girl iu trouble may communi
cate with Ensign Lee of the Salva
tion Army, at the White Shield
Homo, 565 Mayfield avenue, Port
land, Oregon. 21-tf.
Dcwtrtthle Home for Sale
Nearly half an acre of fine jnrden
(round with comfortable house of T
rooms besides pantry and closets.
Built In cupboards; good cellar;
screen poivh; store roora, two chick
en houses wVth ample runs. Sub
stantial new fencing around prop
erty. Lots of frlt of all kinds in
cluding apples, best varieties plums.
prun, penrs, peaches and all small
fruits, and four fine shade trees.
Splendid water system with both city
and ditch water. Four 1 1-2-tnch
ditch dydrants fur lrragation. Place
well protected from winds and dust.
Price reasonably, terms easy. For
full particulars ennufce at the Herald
WHEAT 'Sl'ISPl-VS1 NKHSPAPEIt
TALK SAYS BIG OFFICIAL
The Department of Agriculture oi
the State of Washington, in its of
ficial News Letter, states that the
combined wheat crop of Canada and
the United States is 87,000,000
bushels less than last yeo.r, and that
the bottom of the fake about a tre
mendous surplus should have .Uen
out by thi3 lime. It says the mnl
ri are. miiet'.v takinc all the hari
wheat offered at suDsmauai pi em
nuns over Board of Trade quotations,
leaving nothing but soft wheat for
the elevators. The publication
states that whn the exporters come
into the market to get the wheat
that Europe must have "they will
have to pay for it." The "great sur
plus of wheat" was a newspaper-
created surplus in the interests of
the grain buyers ana at me -Men-of
the American farmers. When the
wheat growers control their wheat
and run their own business, news
paper propaganda will not be able
to put such fakes over on a nation
COUNTRY STORE FOR SALB
A country store in good location is
for sale for cash or on terms. For
information apply at Herald office
H0RSE3 For draft or saddle
horses see Dave Preseley In town or
at the T. J. Matlock ranch. Prices
are right. 22-2i-pd.
Good five-room house with large
lot and shade trees. Price H00;
$300 down, balance on Urao. Apply
at the Herald office. 20.23
FOR SALE Furnished house for
$2500. Terms. Coll at this office
or write at lone, Oregon. Mrs.
Walter Cason. 19"tr
ATTENTION FARMERS Bar-
alu ri'i"l's oa 0rain Dr"ls- Cal!
vnd Investigate at Peoples Hardware
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 2 and 3
SPECIAL CAST in
"THE BISHOP OF OZARKS"
Round Five of "Fighting Blood" Series
Thursday, Oct. 4
OUR GANG in "THE COBBLER"
Friday, Oct. 5
THOS. MEIGHAN in
"THE MAN WHO SAW TOMORROW"
Ruth Roland in First Episode "Haunted Valley"
Pathe News Weekly,
Saturday, Oct. 6
NORMA TALMADGE in
"THE ETERNAL FLAME"
"The Mirror" reflecting events past and present
Sunday and Monday, Oct. 7 and 8
SPECIAL CAST in
Two Reel Comedy
Betty Compson in "KICK IN" . i
Alice Brady in "ANNA ASCENDS" H i
Irene Castle in "SLIM SHOULDERS" '"'
j Milton Sills in "SKIN DEEP"
Priscilla Dean in "THE FLAME OF LIFE"
You Can See What You are Buying
when you fill your tank from a
Dayton Visible Gasoline Pump
I have just installed one at my Repair
' Shop. Let me fill your tank next time.
M. R. FELL Chase Street
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