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THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, March 18, 1924
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et. Mr. Morgan settled In the Eight-
j, miie country 4Z years ago, where he
successfully engaged In farming for
ti years, wnen ne rented his wheat
farm and retired t oa small alfalfa
placp at lone. He Is a. respected cit
izen of the old school and. he says.
Paul Webb was over from Walla 13 taking his first fling at politics
Walla during th,e week on business.
Mrs. Blanch Hummell, teacher in
the Hardmaii schools, was a visitor in
Heppncr Friday evening.
Archdeacon Goldie came in Satur-
datf evening and held services at All I
.Saints church Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. fji iiiau left
yesterday afternoon for Portland, :
driving over the Columbia highway.
FOR SALK Two tons barley, at
"just for the fun of it."
FOREST NEWS FROM
Snow is only eighteen Inches deep
at Ellis Ranger Station and through
out this section of the mountains
there is only about one-third the
usual amount of snow for this time
of the year, according to Ranger S.
R. Woods. who has returned n
Burgoyne's warehouse, at Lexington. Ukiah from a reading of the snow-46-47
S. E. NOTSON, Heppncr, Ore: stakes in his district. There is no
,, T . . . ,' frost in the ground and he stoil is
Mrs. L. V. Gentry, who has been saturated with moisture. i
ill for several weeks, is recovering Gras3 has been growlng nearlv al, !
and is able to be up part of each winter at elevations below three i
tiiiy- thousand feet, and unless it turns
Jim Higgins, who is spending the hot and dry, this promises to be an j
winter near Olex, was here for a few excellent grass year. I
11 Slhnnr THEATRE j
I Kjr ILOlii Show Startsat 7:45
the week visiting
R. E. Alstott, Jr., and hi,; brotinr,
Otis Alwtott, were in town last night
enjoying the legion smoker at the
Very little stock feeding has been
done in the foot-hills or even in the
mountain sections. All stock are now
on the range and are in excellent
condition. Reports from the John
Day river say that in most cases, cat
T)r. McMordn renorls the hirth nf ."B "a,Dnm UHt,n IeQ an, DUt nave
i ., t ,r. n x,.- been out on the range all winter and
are now in beef condition.
a fine son to Mrs. Green
homp of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Namer last Saturday night.
i laui.-K HiiAiuaiy or ah oainis Harrows, $10 per section less than
parish met at the home of Mrs. D. i present ens'. 3-bottom 16-inch gang
r.. unman inursaay ariernoon wnen plows at fl30.00 less than present
u "NfirauuB waa num. cost in Portland. Buy now. Save
S. J. Ritchie, who farms in the money.
country norm or Lexington, was a
visitor in Heppncr Saturday and a
peasant caller at the Herald office.
Miss Mary Clark's primary pupils
in music gave a recital at the Clark
home on Court street last evening
which was much enjoyed by friends
of the young musicians who were
Ed Russell, a prominent sheep
man of Gilliam county, was here
from Condon over tlio week end al
leiiillng the Knights of Columbus
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hale were visit
ors here Saturday. Mr. Hale, who Is
a former Heppncr hoy, holds a good
position in the posl.oll'ico at Walla
ItepiirU fi iii Juniper cuiioa are
that the dance gien there I isl ni.-.lu
ii. the new community lia'l just coui
1 u ted was a treat sueciws with a
large crowd pa .tent.
Neal J. iioylo, of Salem, was here
over Sunday uttending a meeting of
lhC Knights of Columbus when a
large class was initiated into the
J'eudletoii chapter of the order.
E. A. McMenamin, former Hepp
iii r resident, was liere Sunday at
tending the K. of C. meeting along
with a dozen or more other Portland
members of tho order.
C. N. Wilson, of near Monument,
was a businews visitor hejie over the
week end. Mr. Wilson recently sus
tained a heavy lire loss when his
home and much of the contents were
George It. Roberts, of Keith, was
lnre for a short visit Saturday. Mr.
Itobt rls I.) a brother of Frank Rob
erts, former w,cll Known resident
here, and found many former ac
quaintances among lh old timers.
A inciting of depositors in the
Condon National Hank, which was
closed some time ngo by the federal
bank examiner, will be held next
Saludary to talk ov.er a proposal to
itvofun the institution under new
KFAI, liU;lS Spring Tooth
Harrows, $10 per seel ion --u ss than
present cos, j-bntlom lb-inch gang
plows at I SO. 00 less than present
cost in 1'ui'tUud. liuy now. Save
47 tl PEOPLES HARDWARE CO.
Mr. und Mrs. J: VV. Ileymer re
turned from 1'ortland Wednesday ac
eoiiipanicd by her mother, Mis. O. K.
Furnsworlh, who has been spending
the winter iu tho ci.y, and her sis
ter, Mrs. Iiiiiuiuoii'c, of Pasadena, Cal
ifornia, who Is here lor a visit with
H. II. Haldork, division engineer
of the state lugnwuy sst,ein wiih
hciiiliiunrters at l.alirande, was a
visitor here Friday evening. Ho
brought over maps, etc., to aid coun
ty authorities in securing right of
way lor ili,o liighwii) between Jones
hill and Lena.
A. E. Huftf, an expert painter, pa
per hanger and decorator, has es
tablished liinvteif in Heppner, with
headquarters at tho Peoples Hard
ware Co. Mr. Huff worked here two
or tlirei years ago and is no strang
er. His advertisement appears in
another column of this paper.
Mr. aud Mrs. C. L. Sweek re
turned from The Dalles Thursday
win re he attiuded a meeting of
county chairman lor tho U. of O.
J 5,000.000 drive. The plan is to cre
ate a five in i 1 1 in a endowment fund
mm n g the alumnus of the Institu
tion within it period of five years.
Mr. Sweck is eli.iiiinan tor Morrow
Mrs. Wilr, It. II lenirned frohi Port
land Saturday evening after placing
Iyer mother, Mrs. J. II. Cox, In a san
atur n in iu tli.it city. Mrs. Cox has
Ihv .. very 111 for some time with
hcari trouble. She was resting eas
ier .hen Mrs. Bull leit lyr and the
doi irs hope for her recovery. Sov
;. otiths' (rcAlmcnt nud care will
he ulred to ivmoiv her health,
ilon Commercial club Is be
moTein,eiu to submit an in
e measure to (ho voters at the
lec'ion iiroviding for boiufg
unity fi- $75,000 as the coun
t in comiileting the John Day
y between )lex and Condon.
state highway commission say
irk Will r.Ml $27 5,000 and If
Hint? will put up $76,000 of
mount tlK state will complete
' hway. Gilliam county now
he state. $:i:t,0(IO on work done
"list, but it is understood that
"111 be formiltcti If the county
s through on the new bond is-
47-tf PEOPLES HARDWARE CO
n Montau. a well known old
time eltiiioii of lone, was a visitor iu
tli""nir Saturday and while here
mittioricd the annouiHvnijvnt of his
aiullilacy (or the nomination for
county Judge ou tho Kcpublicau tick-
It y t artvr)Sn U th Hwtl.
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HERALD WANT ADS BRING HOME THE BACON
Make this a Fordson Year
Have dependable Fordson Power ready
when the fields are first ready for breaking.
Through all the year, use its steady, versa
tile power for bigger profits on every farm
task that requires power.
To be sure of this, however, we must have
your order now. Spring with its peak load
of Fordson buying orders is almost here.
Don't wait. Order today. Make this a
-' (? Detroit, Michigan &
Tuesday, March 18:
'Toilers of the Sea"
Suggested by the novel by Victor Hugo
BUSTER KEATON in "THE PALEFACE"
A real entertainment
Wednesday, March ig:
BEXEFIT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE P. T. A.
Vaudeville and Musical Numbers
"The Flying Dutchman"
Ffora Wagner's opera of tke sany; name
ADMISSION 30 cents & 50 cents
and Friday, March 20 and 21:
AGNES AYERS and RICHARD DIX
A hurricane of thrills, a cyclone of laughs. Theodore Roberts
; is in the cast also
EDNA MURPHY in "Her Dangerous Path"
PATHE NEWS WEEKLY
MARGUERITE COUTOT and LEW CODY
AND FULL ALL-STAR CAST IN
From the story "BLAZING BARRIERS," by James Oliver
Curwood, an epic of, '.'THE FLAMING FOREST"
and Monday, March 23 and 24:
T. ROY BARNES and SEENA OWEN
, "The Go Getter"
From tlyj story by Peter B. Kyne, one of the CappyJ Ricks tales
"POWDER & SMOKE"
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BENEFIT PATRON-TEACHER ASSOCIATION
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
CLEVELAND & BO Y E R
DANCES FROM OLD IRELAND .
STEELE & CHRIST?
"THE REALM MUSICAL"
KIM OKA & PEGGERD
."MYSTERIES OF THE MIND"
"IN THE OLD LOG SCHOOL"
THE YALE QUARTETTE
Mixed Voices Blending In Perfect Harmony
"THE FLYING DUTCHMAN"
FROM WAGNER'S OPERA OK THE SAME NAME
CURTAIN 8 P. M.
ADMISSION 30c & 50c