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THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, October 23, 1923
2 LOCAL NEWS
I 'I I ! I I I ' "2
J. G. Happold, of Wasco, is a vis
itor in Heppner today.
V. It. Rohin.son, lone attorney, was
a visitor in llepp"V Monday.
Ed ly-ill was in from Butter creek
Monday on a short business trip.
Dave Hynd, of Roue Lawn ranch,
Hand Hollow, is a business visitor in
i''OH HKNT lurni.slied rooms witli
j,.-ut and bath. i''or particulars up
jdy at this oil ice. 2G-tf
LOST Shropshire buck from my
ranch above Ih ppiier. .Reward. V.
LOST gold miKget scarf pin, a
present from a. friend now dead. $5
reward. I.eoa W. Brings. It-pd
O. P. Kinehart, of Condon, was a
;;nest at Hotel Heppner Monday
Mrs. T. J. Matlock was in town
Friday from her Hinton creek ranch
looking after business matters.
Ed Bennett, chief clerk in the
Prophet store, returned yesterday
from a two-week deer hunt bringing
back what was left of one buck.
John Kiebs was up from Cecil
Monday feeling good because the last
ending of Minor & Krebs hay is fi
nally all in the stack and the grass
is growing like mad.
livery football fan should buy a
ticket lor Saturday's game at Gentry
Vield when the lone team will try
out ileppner. Hack your home team
boys and Let 'er Buck.
Mr .and Mrs. T. P. Twoblg have
returned to theiir home in Golden
laie artcr spending the past week
with the latter's sister, Mrs. M. L.
Curraij and family.
Sunday brought another big rain
to Morrow county and Monday dawn
ed bright and clear and almost as
warm an summer time. Surely it is
great grass and wheat weather.
The spocial term of clrculit court
which was expected to convene here
Monday was 8(tt forward to Thursday
by Judgo Phelps who found it Im
possible to be hero on the earlier
Archbishop Goldie will be In Hepp
ner next Sunday and will conduct
morning and evening service at the
Episcopal church. A cordial Invita
tion is extended to the public to at
tend ttiese services.
County Judge Campbell and Com
missioner Davidson, went to Salem
Sunday to interview Governor1 Pierce
on the Morrow county tax commis
sion matter in an effort to get the
tangle straightened out.
Recent marriage licenses issued at
the county clerk's office are: Wil
liam II. Norcross, 2!!, and Miss
Hazel Whllf, I II, both of Iriigon, and
Hu.nel L. Anderson, 27, and Kthel
Have Hand, 21), both of Ileppner.
V. W. Sinead, Dr. A. D. McMurdo
and Don Case loft this morning for
the mountains to clean up what
horned deer fornyr hunters have
ovi i looked, declaring it their inten
tion to stay out till they get meat.
10. Vaugluiu, former well known
lliYimer resident who has been In
Cal l orn la and Texas for two or three
years, lias returned to eastern Ore
gon and writes the Herald to have
bis copy M''t to him at Willows. Mr.
Vaughn H says ho will be in Ileppner
soon to say hello to his old friends.
Messrs. Sclbor & Shuraewakl, tail
ors of Portland, who recently bought
the G. Kraur.en shop here, have been
renovating and paintlingl the place
with good effect. They will be open
for luminous today. The firm is
known as the Ileppner Tailoring com
pany. I r. T. G. Kenney, 1) V. S., ar
lived here Monday evening from
v., ill! n.iUnta mid has arranged to
Mr. and Mrs. George Horseman, of
Portland, came in Friday for a few
days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Horseman
w(ere former residents of this coun
ty. On a farm in south Georgia is
posted this sign: "Trespasser's will
be persekuted to the full extent of 2
mean mongrall dorgs which ain't
never be.en ovarly soshibil with
strangers & 1 dubbel barlet shotgun
which ain't loaded with no sofy fil
lers. Dam. if I ain't tired of this hel
raisin' on my proputy."
James Kyle, prominent citizen of
Stanl'ield and one of the foremost ir
rigationists in the state, is spending
some time in Heppner superintending
the shipment of fertilizer from
sheep sheds and corrals to a fertilizer
factory at Portland. His trucks are
now hauling from the Kilkenny sheds
on Hinton creek and is shipping the
product in carload lots.
John Caimus and famiily left Fri
day morning for Klamath Falls
whre ttiey expect to locate if con 'i
tloes a;-( to their liking. Mr. Caimus
has closed his blacksmith shop here
and expects to engage in some other
line of business on account of poor
health. Mr. and Mrs. Caimus have
made many warm friends during
their residenco in Heppner, the best
wishes of all of whom will go with
them to their new home.
C, L. Sweek and Harry Duncan re
turned Sunday from Canyon City
whore Mr. Sweek was called on legal
business. While in Canyon the gen
tlemen saw a party of hunters return
from the mountains bringing with
them four fine, big bucks, one of
which was an eight-pointer. The John
Day highway from Condon to Canyon
is a fine road, Mr. Sweek says and
in good shape for travel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Calkins, of Spo
kane, registered at Hotel Heppner
Friday evening and made a short
business and social visit here.
F. A. McMenamin, former Hepp
ner resident now practicing law at
Portland, came out Sunday evening
to be present at the special term of
circuit court Monday, not knowing
that the term had befm postponed un
til Thursday. He will return for
Oscar Otto has placed on exhibi
tion at Heppner a watermelon-pumpkin.
It weighs 29 pounds and is a
cross of first season seed this year.
Watermelons and pumpkins were
planted nearby and developed the
cross. Streaks of the melon show
all over the outside like a person
after smallpox. He expects to butch
er it later on and save the seed to
find what it will produce next sea
son. Boijrdman Mirror.
Walter Beckett, well known Eight
mile farmer was in town Monday.
Mr. Beckett says they are having
rather too much rain in his section
as it is interfering with seeding
work. He is about half through put
ting in his crop and is running a
wceder ahead of the drill to kill the
weeds which are plentiful.
Don Case, who has been living in
Seattle for more than a year where
he has a good position with the
Northwestern Electrical Appliance
Co., came in Saturday evening for a
couple of weeks' visit with his moth
er, Mrs. May Case. Don says he likes
the Sound city line and feels that he
is doing well for himself. His sister,
Miss Velma is attending a business
college in Seattle and she also is well
pleased with h,er surroundings. Don
will enjoy a deer hunt in the moun
tains during his vacation.
JAPANESE RELIEF Fl'XD
Mrs. Emmett Cochran, chairman
of the Japanese Relief committee, re
ports the following recent additions
to the fund:
Cecil basket social and dance..?90.00
Mrs. Ada Ayers 2.00
Jeff Jones & Sons 1 sack wheat
Mrs. Cochran urges that we make
our roll call record still better.
o niSIXESS LOCALS o
ATTENTION, LADIES! I have
just received a big line of Ladies'
Garments at prices that will appeal
to careful buyers. Dresses $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
We offer the former Gay Ander
son home at real bargain. Phone Mr.
or Mrs. Gay Andersan for particu
lars, immediately. C. C. CalkinB, 301
W. Boone, Spokane, Wn. 22-24
DR. T. G. KEX.NKY, D. V. S.
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary College
Located in Heppner
TREATS ALL ANIMAL DISEASES
Office at Red Front Livery Barn Phone Main 332
HORSES For draft or saddle
horses see Dave Pressley in town or
at the T. J. Matlock ranch. Prices
are right. 24-tf.
LINCOLN RAMS FOR SALE T.
E. Hendrick, Boardman, Oregon.
Any girl in trouble may communi
cate with Ensign Lee of the Salva
tion Army, at the White Shield
Home, 565 Mayfield avenue, Port
land, Oregon. 21-tf.
FOR RENT 2 ground-floor rooms,
steam-heated, suitable for store or of
fice. Hotel Heppner building. 24-tf
REWARD Lost, during Heppner
Rodeo 4-year-old iron grey gelding
branded-L C on shoulder; bay geld
ing about 5 years old branded 0 2
on shoulder. Liberal reward for in
formation or return of horses. G.
B. Swaggart, Heppner, Ore. 25-lt
TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
I want to take this method of
thanking one and all for the splendid
patronage accorded me while con
ducting the Hotel Heppner dining
room. K. Tani.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Effective Tuesday, October 2
n an office and locate permanent
i, II..1IOIUII- Dr. Kenney is a
graduate or Ontario Veterinary col-:
lege and treats all diseases of do- j
liu- lc animals. j
Fred Under, Grant county cattle-;
man, who has been spending a few
iluvs In town, ci poets to resume ship
ments of beet cattle to Portland In
about two weeks. Mr. Under says ho
never saw hotter feed or finer
weather t this season and the cat
tle are doing well.
John McNituuw came over from
Uourdmau where he runs a band of
sheep. Mr. Mo.Nameo says tt railne.l
nemo on the project Sunday but not
enough to Intorfera with pheasant
..Mooting which waa good. Ev,ery man
r boy who could muster a gun was
In the field and the bags were good.
The shiH'p show of the Pacific In
ternational Lire Stock Exposition has
always bn so good that It is hard to
improve on, It. U promises to be as
good as they make them this year.
A new breed 1 .dded-Suffolk. Tho
ungora and milk t5t division will
be larger than usual.
Roadster . ,
Touring Car $295
(Demountable Rims $20 Extra)
(Starter $65 Extra)
Truck Chassis . . . .
With Starter and Demountable Rim
Four-door Sedan .
With Starter and Demountable Rims
Fordson Tractor . .
f. o. b. Detroit
these car prices are lowest in history of the company and apply to the latest improved
Now heing displayed in our Sales Rooms. Place your
order now and avoid delay in delivery. Orders received
Jiled and deliveries made in rotation.
show Starts at 7.-30 p.m.
am 1 1 1 kb
i Star 1 heatre 0
Wednesday, Oct. 24
ALICE BRADY in
Baby Peggy in "SWEETIE"
Thursday, Oct. 25
AGNES AYERS in
"A Daughter of Luxury" jj
Snub Pollard in "California or Bust"
Friday, Oct. 26
JACK HOLT in
"Making a Man"
Ruth Roland in "HAUNTED VALLEY,'
4th episode Pathe News Weekly
Saturday, Oct. 27
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in
"East Is West"
THE MIRROR, reflecting the past and
Sunday and Monday, Oct. 28 and 29
REGINALD DENNY in
"The Abysmal Brute"
Harry Carey in "CRASHING THROUGH,
WHEN LAW CAME TO HADES" (A small
Carlyle Blackwell in "BULLDOG DRUM
MOND" Jackie Coogan in "OLIVER TWIST"
Special cast in "BAVU"
Latourell Auto Company
siTum-a-Lum Coal Quartette Sings
THfRE LI BE A HOT TMF
TOWGHT-WTH OUR COAL
TheS mailer Sizes
of Coal are
and for many uses
Come in and we will tell you
why and also why you will
Building or remodeling our free ,ue good Judgment in get
architectural service can save you 1 ting your supply now
money. . There's a reason.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
Yards at Heppner and Lexington. Phone Main 912
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. PELL Chase Street
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 Rye for Sale
Brown & Lowry