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Tuesday, October 9, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
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WANTED - WaitreBS, by Octobar
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JMi.Hii Laura liurn.sido roturn;cl
from a visit al Lout Luke last Tues
day. F. M. McMi-namin was here from
Portland yesterday on a short busi
Mrs. T. J. Matlock was in from
her Hinton creek ranch Monday
loo'king alter business matters.
Mrs. Pauline Quaid, former resi
dent liere, i.s looking after business
inib rests in ly-ppner for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Mahoney are
KPendin llje week In Portland visit
ing friends and enjoying a bit of
W. P. Mahoney, manager of the
First NatiomU Hank, went to Port
land Sunday night on a short busi
ness trip. ,
P. J. Jl.tssler, editor of the lone
Independent was a visitor in Hepp
ri(:r Monday, lie says they have had
fine ruins tli'-re lately, and the farm
ers are happy.
F-. S. Ackerman, former publisher
of I lie Independent uf lone, left last
Friday for hi. old home; at St. Louis,
Mo., when lie will enjoy a well eurn
Dr. F. V. Clark, of the Clark
llrower Optical Co., Portland, was in
Jleppner a couple days last week
and expects to make regular profes
sional visits here in the future.
John T. Kirk lias rented the Dex
ter ranch on upper Willow creek
and is moving I here this week. The
ranch is stocked with cattle, horses
and u small band of sheep, and John
T. thinks life there will be worth
Charlie Latourell spent several
days at Itoaidtnan during the week
enjoying the duck shooting on his
private duelt preserve on that proj
ect. Ho returned Monday morning,
bringing back 18 fine birds as the
roBiilt of bis Sunday's shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. Isom of Mounment
liavo bought the Freeman property
now occupied by Peter Prophet and
family and will soon take posses
sion. Mr. Prophet will move to the
lleppner hospital property ou lower
John Kilkenny was in town Mon
day looking mightily pleased about
the rains and the line grass weather.
I'm i i i :i ill (he trass will get so
high the sheep will get lost in it,"
(Uolh John, hut he had his fingers
crossed when lie said It.
Judge VV. I'. I t) t ton , former well
known rcidetil ol this county, now
living In I'm! land, is here for a lew
da;i' vimI. hulling utter his prop
c r t y Int. rests here. The Judge is a
consistent booster for Morrow coun
ty around Hi 1 Imperial hoi.el lobby.
usually giving p.ntieuhir emphasis to
the pro. Im live soil ami the pretl
Titer Piopliel. his nephew, Louis
l'yle and his InepJ Mr. Van Ktt.i,
traveling m.iii ol Portland, have been
ill the lul.'li creek mountains for 111
past couple of weeks hunting, anil
since the i, nut storm Mrs. Prophet
is growing a hit uneasy. Pete d
eland when lie !:(, however, thai
he was going to stay uintl he got
deer an.! that sometimes takes time
as well as patience. The parly re
turned he. I ni, hi sale, sound and
A. M, IM vv a ; .Is. well known well
driller ol Levi. igt. m, was in town
Monda) I'.h a shoit visit. Mr. Kd
wuuis ha., ju.t computed a good
water well on the i'ulsfoilh I'.imit
peal' .Morgan where lie struck plenty
ol water at a comparatively shallow
depth. Mi. IMwaiils recently sunk
a well on the .-,,11110 farm where a pe
(Miliar siib..l,ini'e much resembling
gold was .Micoiiutei e.l. Samples ha( e
been sent in the Colorado School of
.Mines, Oiegon Agricultural college
and to the Cmver.-.ily of Iowa for
analvsis but 11. reports have et
Ohl.IIOM KO LOOKS I.1KF.
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The tug low down In Oklahoma
which. Uoveinor Walton and alleged
leaders ol (tie Ku Klux Klau were
the chief nclois seems to be a fliv
ver since the cliH'tioii last Tuesday,
at whlcli the g lyeiuor was turu.-'d
down aomo lour to one.
The return seem to indicate cither
that the. (.te U practically solid for
the klau or that, a lot of voters who
are not iu sympathy with that or
gunWatiou were disgusted with Wal
toll's spis-Ucular plays and conclud
ed to turn luiu down. The matter
is now in the com Is, In a case In
Mi ll the governor seeks to hav e
the election declared illegal. The
lew has (tone Oklahoma " good but
if the statu could net rid of the agi
Liters on hot It sides it would doubt
less bo belter oil.
NORTHWEST HAY AND
GKAI.V SHOW PREMIUMS
....Premium lists of the Northwest
Hay and Grian show to be held in
connection with the Pacific Livestock
exposition in Portland November 3
to 10 has been received by County
Agent Morse. More than $2,500 in
cash premiums will be given out for
the various classes of grain and hay.
The premium list includes the six
market classifications of wheat and
varietal specials on thirteen of the
leading varieties grown in the North
west. Special tags have been re
ceived and any wheat intended for
the show will be tagged with the
owner's name, the class and lot it is
to be entered In, and putj in any car
billed to Portland. When it arrives
there, it will be set aside, picked up,
cleaned down to a one-bushel lot,
and exhibited under the owner's
name. Morrow county has been very
well represented at Pendleton for the
past two years and it is hoped that
a large exhibit will be sent to the
show at Portland this year.
Wheat Nurseries Ileing Started
Following out the arrangements
made earlier in the fall wheat nurse
ries are being planted this week on
the Lawrence Redding farm near
Kigtmilo and at Troy Bogard's north
of lone. These will be similar to
the nursery put out on the Jake
Wells place near Heppner last year,
and will contain approximately 4 00
rod length rows, including the lead
ing varieties now being grown at the
Moro experiment station, all of the
smut resistant, wheats and a number
of tests using different fungicides
for smut treatment. These nurseries
not only serve to bring the experi
ment station closer to the farmers
but give the station officials valu
able data regarding the yields and
behavior under varying conditions of
the grain, being tested out.
ATTKNTION, LADIES! I have
just received a big line of Ladies'
Garments at prices that will appeal
to careful buyers. DreBses $10.00 to
$45.00. Coats 27.50 $to $65.00. Also
a splendid line of Skirts and Sweat
ers at very reasonable prices. MRS.
L. G. HERREN. 23-24.
HOME AT A BARGAIN
Wo offer the former Gay Ander
son homo at real bargain. Phone Mr.
or Mrs. Gay Anderson for particu
lars, Immediately. C. C. Calkins, 301
W. Hoone, Spokane, Wn. 22-21
HOUSES- For dralt or saddle
horses see Dave Pressley in tow n or
at the T. J. Matlock ranch. Prices
are right. 2 4 -If
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.... Mr .and Mrs. Gene Noble and
party of friends from HeppnV" hon
ored Cecil and vicinity with a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Stender of
"Seldomseen" made a trip to Her
miston for a supply of fruit on Sun
Mrs. C. H. Crundall of Hermiston
arrived in Cecil on Sunday and will
visit at "Roc'kcliffe" with her daugh
ter, Mrs. N. I. Morrison, for some
before leaving for California
C. Henriksen of Canby arrived at
Strawberry ranch during the week
and will visit his son, George. He
will also visit A. Henriksen of the
Moore ranch, near Heppner, for a
Carl Troedson, one of Ione's lead
ing citizens, was doing business in
Cecil on Thursday.
Miss La Velle Leathers of Lexing
ton was visiting at thp home of Mrs.
George Noble at Rhea siding, Sun
day. J. J. McEntire of "Killarney"
spared time to call in Cecil on Wed
nesday. J. J. is increasing1 his Jer
sey herd, and expects soon to be
second to none amongst the Willow
Melville Logan of the Willows
was visiting at the home of Fred
Buchanan, near lone, Sunday.
L. D. May of The Dalles, who is
visiting his brother, T. W. May at
the Lone Star ranch, was a Cecil
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnsworth and
family, and Miss E. Silverton, teach
er of Rhea siding school, were visi
tors in Heppner Saturday and Sun
Georgp Perry who has been haul
ing wheat from the Hazel Dean
ranch In Four Mile to the Cecil
warehouse finished up hia work on
Monday and returned to hia home at
Leon Logan's sona, Jim and Dick,
are now buBy as bpes hauling their
father's wheat to the Cecil ware
house. They are looking forward to
attending the basket social at Cecil
to be held in the- npr future.
W. H. Chandler f Willowcreek
ranch was in Heppner delivering
some fine onions from hia ranch on
Wednesday. We always considered
Cecil a land flowing with milk and
honey but what with Hnyd Bros.'
ranch and its abundance of hay
stacks; Minor A Krebs' and Henrik
sen Bros.' ranches, also thickly dot
ted with huge stacks of fine hay;
McEntire's herd of Jersey cows, Dun
can's busy bees and Belgian hares,
Chandler's chickena and oniona, etc.,
we ought to rename our little town
"The Land of Plenty."
L. Bisbep, from the Cillaim &
Bisbee hardware store of Heppner,
waa loo'king up his friends around
Cecil on Monday.
Halferty Bros, of "Shady Dell"
have finished hauling wheat to Cecil
warehousp and have now taken .a
lease of some wheat land near Ceciil.
Miss Minnie Reis, teacher of Four
Mile scnool, spent the week-end with
her parents in Arlington.
Henry Krebs and Walter Pope left
"The Last Camp" on Thursday for
the McCullough ranch above Hepp
ner, where they will stay for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Alt Shaw of Butterby
Flats left on Friday, with Mrs. Geo.
Henriksen of Strawberry ranch. Miss
Violet Ledford and Mr. J. C. Kelsay
of Grass Valley for Portland on a
shopping expedition. They made the
trip by auto.
J Best Rating
1 Place 1
We are now serving f
All Kinds of 1
Shell Fish J
Our food is best quality,
well eooked. neatly served I
Special attention given to
s lodge and club banquets
EDWARD CHINN, Prop.
We invite your patronage
Show Starts 7:30 P. M.
h His Faith fife
On October 12 we again honor America's dis
coverer. And Uk; occasion brings to mind one
of Columbus' greatest qualities UNSHAK
ABLE FAITH. His was the Faith that beyond
the seas was a new world and with the aid of
Spain's queen, he realized his hopes.
Ni it is with us. Many of us have Faith in the
Task at hand but. through the lack of Financial
assistance, find ourselves handicapped to pro
ceed. The moral is this Save. Save all you can
now, so that when Opportunity aain "crosses
your path you can carry riyht on. Start a Sav
ings Account with us. We'll help with 4 per cent
IS FIRST NATIONAL BANK p
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 9 and 10
BABY PEGGY in
"THE KID REPORTER"
Thursday, October 11
ALICE BRADY in
SNUB POLLARD in "WHERE AM I?"
Friday, October 12
RUTH ROLAND in Second Episode of
"HAUNTED VALLEY" Pathe
Saturday, October 13
MILTON SILLS in
THE MIRROR, this number being
oictures of the San Francisco
You should see it.
Sunday and Monday, Oct. 14 and 15
"The Flame of Life"
ALL STAR CAST ill "ONLY A SHOP GIRL"
I1K1JK I1AMKLS in "THK WOKI.D'S APPLAUSE"
WILL IMMiKltS in "THK HEADLESS HOUSEMAN"
IlICHAKP 15AHTHELMESS in "THE UOXD BOY"
SPECIAL CAST in "DHIVEX"
ou Can See Wh it 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
OF INTEREST TO THE
For the latest and best In
and WOMEN'S WEAR
Mrs. L.G. Herren
When in need of any
thing in the line of neat
and attractive Printing.
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j Prices Have Dropped j
We are now offering new stock at lower prices
MILL RUN BRAND
MIDDLINGS CALF MEAL
KERR'S MILK MAKER and MILK RATION
ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES
Seed Rve for Sale
Brown &, Lowry
HEPPNER, OREGON Phone 642