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Local and Personal
R. Rasmusseu of the Lexington
ceamery, vis'tpd Heppner on Saturday.
Hiahest cash prices paid for hides,
pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
Fresh buttermilk every day from
the Lexington Creamery for 15o per
gallon at the Palm.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. French, of
Big Butter creek, were visitors in
Heppner on Saturday.
A nine pound daughter Brrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bisbee
on Friday the 17th inst.
Jas. R. Nunamaker the "slim"
cherrv grower of Hood River, is
attending to business affairs at Hepp
ner. R. A. Smith deputy commander of
the Maccabees, made a trip to Hard
man on Tuesday iu the interests of
Joe Cronan, Cashier of Bank of lone,
is a patient at Heppner Sa itor urn.
He was operated on for appendicitis
on Friday, and ia rapidly recovering
from the ordeal.
Lish Watkins was down on Satur
day and is much interested to know
-when Heppner will get that creamery,
Says it is the proper thing and hopes
it will come soon.
W. 0. Howard departed for Walla
Walla on Monday where he has se
cured a position with a produce com
pany. His familv will follow as soon
as a residence is secured for them.
Geo. W. Smith was down from his
ranch near the mountains on Saturday,
the first trip to town for many months.
He has been confined to home bv sick
ness from which he has now entirely
V. P. Hill has located a homestead
up Willow creek between the Hager
and Kelly ranches and is engaged in
building a residence on the same.
His family will move there as soon
as the residence is ready.
Jas. Knighten was in from Eight
Mile on Saturday. He has been a res
ident of Morrow county for 25 years
or mora and says he believes his sec
tion has the best prospects for crops
it ever had at this season.
In order to better accommodate the
trade the Oase Furniture Co. will de
vote a section of its warehouse floor
to second hand goods. A liberal
price will be paid for such irticles as
wa can dispose of. Case Furniture
Rev. Father O'Rourke has ariived
from Condon to take charge of the
work of the Catholic church in Hepp
ner. His work was very successful
at Condon where he was held in high
esteem and he comes to Heppner well
Word received from O. P. Hendric
son lyings the cheering news that he
is feeling much better siuce arriving
at Albany and is encouraged by his
physician to believe that he will ulti
mately recover. The lower altitude
is proving beneficial.
C. F. Swander secretary of the
Oregon Christian MUeionary Conven
tion will viBit Heppner on Wednes
day next and address the people at the
Christian church on that evening.
All members of the church are urgently
requested to be present.
Hiram Tasli and wife departed on
Wednesday morning for Buhl, Idaho,
where thy will visit for a few months
with their son, John W. Hiram
says he will return to Morrow county
in time to help haivest our big crop,
as he realizes men will be needed.
Mrs. Myrtle Mais, who has been
visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. II. A. Emerson for the past two
weeks, departed for her Lome at Hnnd
River ou Fridny. Her two little
dauehters will remain at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson for the summer.
WrSoBrks. of the Star Theater,
announces that he will move to the
Ajers building on the corner opposite
the postofiire. He expects to hove
this building thoroughly overhauled
8ud rcmodlcd and put in good shape as
a theater and expects to ho in posi
tion to handle some uo-to-date vaude
ville performances at lpast one Light
each week. The public ran look for
ward to great improvements by the
time Mr. Sparks gets shaped up.
There was a lively debate at Liberty
sehoolhouse on Saturday evening the
10th inst., between Gooseberry and
Eight Mile. The question, "Resol
ved that liquor has caused more suff
ering and bloodshed than wars," was
defended" for Eight Mile by W. O.
Howard, Mr. AdkinsandD. S. Barlow
ni the affirmative, while Frank Bar
low, R. F. Eraser and T. W.. Morgan
of Gooseberry spoke for the negative.
It is reported that there was much
dlfepla of oratory on both sides and
the judges, E. P. Warren, Algott
Xondell and Fred Giiffin decided
that the negative Bid i put uo the most
points and the momentous auostion is
now settled for nil time to come.
A cse iuvolvlng the Charlie Miller
estate was heard before Judge
Pattreson on Tuesday. The real
property in this estate bad been dis
posed of by the administrator A E.
Wright, to the Nunamaker Land aud
Sheep Company but the heirs, being
dissatisfied with the price paid,
appeared and atked that the adminis
trator be removed, claiming collusion
and unfair dealing. Testimony was
taken and arguments presented and a
continuance of 20 days granted for the
filing of other matter in the case.
The Woman's Relief Corns met at
the home of Mrs. Yeager on Wednesday
the 14th. After a short business
session the afteruoon was spent in a
social manuer and dainty relrshments
were served by the hostess The
officers for 1912 are: Pres., Louretta
Yeager: S. V. Mary U. Conner, J.
V. Pres., Mattie T. Suiead; Sec,
Bertha D. Gilniau; Tteas. Margaret
P. Ball; Con. Emilie Kelley; Chap
lain Clara Mikesell; Gaurd, Eliza
A. S. Burch this week disposed of
hia little alfalfa farm near Heponer
to Johu Sprouls, the consideration
being $5000. Mr. Sprouls takes charge
of the place at once aud Mr. Burch
will get a smaller place, if he finds
what he wants, and make a comfort
able home where a little less work
will be needed to get along. The
ranch traded is a good pieoe of prop
erty and conveniently situated, being
less than a mile out of towu.
N. C Maris has been appointed
field workei of the O. A. C. to assist
in getting the new industrial educa
tional movement on its feet. He will
be in Heppner on Monday and expects
to remain in the county for several
days. A meeting of the Commercial
Club is called for Monday night to
meet with Mr. Maria and begin the
work in this seotion.
The union meeting at the M. E.
Church south, is continuing with in
cresing interest, and conversions sre
announced at each grevice. These
meetings may close after Sunday but
this will depend on the interest at
that time. Rev. Owen , the evangelist,
is an enteitainii g speaker and holds
hia audiences well.
Nat Scott, of Lone Rock, was in
Heponer on Tuesday, returning home
on Wednesday, tie came over to
arrange with the local forest super
visor for range allotments for the
coining season. Everything looks
flourishing over his way and the
people are in good spirits.
Richard McElligott of Dry Fork,
was in Heppner a couple of days this
week. He has in about ix hundred
acres of grain that is doing fine; in
fact Dick Bajs this is the best winter
he has experienced in Morrow county,
and he is one among the earliest
A slight change in the temperature
this week is giving us frosty nights a
good thing to be sure as fruit trees
were beginning to be a little too for
ward. Frosty weather at this time
will hold back vegitation aud save it
from suffering later ou.
Judge G. W. Phelps came over from
Pendletou yesterday and held a Bhort
session of the circuit court on last
evening. He remained over to attend
the Elks ball a.id entertianment this
Organizer Smith, of the Maccabees
says that an unlimited number of
people are coming into the order in
Heppner, and strong lodges of both
branches are being iiibtitut;d.
Lster Wile. W. A. Graves,
James M. Smith. W. II. Fit.inaurics
and John Smith, all of Condon, came
over esterday to attend the hlk s
Keep your eye open for the an
nnnncemeut of the big St. Patrick'p
dunce to be given at the Fal;io9 huU 1
Monday March the 18ih, l'ttl.
"Athaliuh Queen of Judea" will
he the attraction at the !S:ar on Fri
day aud Saturday evenings. A 25c
show for 10c.
Fred Ashhacgh was down from
Hatdman yesterday. Everything looks
Knod out his way and big crops are
Keep your eves open for something
from Otto's Mnndulin Club ntxt
week. The announcement will be of
Homer A. Samuel is the newly ap
pointed postmaster at Morgan aud has
entered upon the discharge of his
A large delegation of Condon Elks
came over on yesterday to attend the
annual ball at the club building to
.. The Boss Squirrel Poison guaran
teed only 25 cents per can at Sloeum
Drug Co. The Squirrel Poison that
R, F. Hynd returned to his home at
Portland on Saturdy after a i-trenu-oua
week of business in Heppner,,
LEST WE FORGET
We are raising the quality and cutting the price.
With our business on a cash basis and the old bar
rier out of the way, we are now able to give the public
Better Values for Less Money
We have a lot of ODDS and ENDS in our shoe department.
Shoes that originally sold from $2.50 to $4.00, that we are
al prices ranging from 50C tO $2.00.
Men, Boys, and little Boys, our line of Shirts, Shirt Waists, and
Neck-ties is complete. The new goods have arrived. Come
in and look them over.
We are bending every effort to make this store
the HEADQUARTERS for conservative buyers.
The Store of
Mrs. Susbauer and Mrs. Kicker spsnt
the day Tuesday with Mrs. Rand.
Mrs. Ben Pompella, from Spokane
Bridge is visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Corey. Mrs. Pom
pella is on her way to the Valley to
meet her husband, where they are
going to make their future home.
Mr. Bnd Mrs. S. L. Carson were
down from Hermiston on Saturday
looking over their property. Tuey
came down to prune the trees and
beny vines but the renter, Mr. George
beat them to the game. Mr. Carson
was very agreeably surprised.
Mr. Smith has been selling quite a
few of his thoroughbred White Rock
pullets lately. A better strain can
nowhere be found, all scoring above
90 and quite a few as high as 94 J.
tie sajs he has to get rid of some as
the post office work takes op so
mucli of his time that he will not be
able to handle so many. He's surely
A number of friends gathered at
the commodious home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Susbauer on Saturday night of last
week and enjoved the hosp tality of
these good people. It was incidental
ly decided here as to the chamoionship
in the game of "fivehundred". Messrs
George and Seaman, who have for
gome time claimed this distinction,
had to graoiouslv submit to Messrs
Friend and Kicker.
L B. Kicker went to Pendleton
last Saturday to attend a committee
meeting whose duty it was to plan
out a premium list for an educational
exhibit in connection with the Morrow-Umatilla
Fair. The Fair Ass'n
has s-et aside five huudred dollars fot
prizes which will go to the school chil
dren, as premiums in agriculture, me
chanical, needlework, domestic process
and rnultrv exhibits. A complete
premium list w ill be published and
distributed among schools as soou as
they can be printed.
J. H. BODE
To the Voters of Morrow County:
I w ill be a candidate for Nomina
tion to the office of County Clerk on
the Republican Primary Nominating
Election Ballot at tha Primaries to be
held on April 19, 1912. I promise if
nominated and elected to the office of
County Clera the same service you
have had the past six yearp.
WALTER O. HILL.
I am a candidate for the nomination
for the office of Sheriff on the Repub
lican ticket, subject to the will of the
voters at the primaries on April 19,
My record as a citizen of Morrow
county for the past 25 years should
he a sufficient en a ran tee that I will
muse good if nominated and elected to
this important office.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Sheriff on the Republi
csn ticket, subject to the will of the
voters at the primaries to be held
April 19, 1012.
If nominated and elected I promisa
to da my fu'l duty as peace officer aud
tax collector, and will serve the
people with justice and impartiality.
Tor Infants and Children.
Th3 Kind Yea Have Always Bought
I desire to announce to the voters
nf Morrow cnunty that I am a randi
date for the nomination of Sheriff
on the Democratic ticket at the forth
coming primaries. If I am nominated
aud elected I will, during the term of
my offioe conduct the affairs of the
office in the tuture as I have tried to
do in the past viz: to the interests
of the taxpayers.
J O HAYES.
row County ?
Are You Patronizing
Home Industry ?
E ARE MANUFACTURING Flour and Feed
superior to any imported article. If you
are not using our products call at our
office on Main Street and get a testing sample.
Our flour is made exclusively from selected
Morrow County Bluestem Wheat.
i ft i
Seed Grain, Rolled Feed,
We Solicit the Storage of your Wool
Contest Now On.
The pouitiy cuntest- offered hy the
Tri-county Development League begins
March 1. There will be a record
book famished each contestant. Any
one desiring to compete for prizes
will phase notify Mr. Orren Eeaty,
Moro, Oregon, so that they may re
ceive the record book before March t.
There will be no entrance fee
charged for either the crop, poultry
or hog contests, all that is required
is for you to furnish seed, hogs or
poultry for competing. fl5-f29
"Little Wonder" sheep shearing
machines for sale at Gilliam St Bis
bee 's. ' ;
Some choice young sows at $10 j
each. See Wilkins, Palace Hotel. J
Eggs for Setting.
Prize winning Anconas. Setting
of 15 eggs $2.53. My chickens were
prize winners at the recent Pendleton
chicken show... MACK SMITH.
M Sie Picture Steow
Special for Friday and Saturday
FEB. 23 and 24
You need not pav no much for in
surance. Talk to M. E. Smead.
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LJrocKery ana uiaoawara at your i
own price at Gilliam & Bibsee'a.
The place to find that pretty wall
paper is at Case's Furniture Store.
Those letted Cotton Mattresaea are
on aal at Casa'a Joraitva Stor.
Adopted from .loan llaeine's groat tragedy.
Head the .-lory in II Kings 2, and in 1 1
The Most Beautiful Colored Mo
tion Picture ever shown in the
City. Don't miss this. A 25c.
Show for 10c.
The Star Theater