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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1912)
Local and Personal
Civile Wells is still in want of
more second liand goods.
Frank Engleman, of lone, attended
the Elks ball ou 1 burn Jay evening
"Little Wonder" Hheep shearing
machines for sila at Gilliam & Bis-
Jeff NobI and family returned cn
Thursday from a visit to relatives at
Hiahest cash prices paid for hides,
welts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
R F. Wielesworth, Butter creek
8hoio man and rancher, was in Hepp-
tier on Friday.
Mrs. Lillie Ouhn has arrived home
from Portland with hor big stock of
Fresh buttermilk every dav from
the Lexington Creamery for 15o per
gallon at the Palm.
J. S. Roaers, of Cecil, was in
Heouner on Friday. He is rapidly
recovering from his reoent sickness.
E. M. Shutt was up from his "Al
falfa Farm" a courjle of davs this
week to look after business affairs.
E. J. Merrill and J. H. Wvland
'were down from Hardman on Tuesday
and attended the meeting of the Boos
N. O. Maris md Supt. Notion went
to Leiineton. Wednesday, in the in
terest of the industrial educational
Grandma Jones, of Eight Mile,
visited with relatives in Heppner a
few (lava this week, returning home
Prof. J. W. L. Kiurman came np
from lone Friday evening and took in
the concert bv the 0. A. C. elea and
Mr. E. M. Hawley of Alameia
Cul if . . is here on a vacation. He owns
a ranch on Eight Mile where he lived
several rears ago.
Mrs. Claud Hustou, of Eight Mile,
departed on Friday morning for Dall
as. Oregon, where she will visit for a
time with her parents.
Mrs. R. M. Hart returned on Fri
day evening from Portland where she
Ji ad been visitinu for a couple of
weeks with her mother.
Mr. Jonos began plowing the Dut
ton land on the hiil just west of towu
on Mouday and will prepare the same
fur sawing tha oomiug fall.
J. J. Adtins and wife reurned home
on Tuesday evening from Hillsboro
where tliev attended the funeral of
the late Dr. J. E. Adkins.
The Right Rev. Bishop O'Reilly
will be in this city on Wednesday,
March 6th, to attend to affairs in con
nection witli the proposed hospital.
Victor Andersm wus in, town on
Monday from Eisht Mile. He is one
of the successful young far.ners of
that section and is looking forward to
big crops this harvest.
Miss Kate Moore, daughter of Jesse
Moure of near Echo, is visiting; this
week with Miss Nettie Currin, of
HepDncr. Tiiesn young l3dies were
school mates at O. A. C.
J. D. Baun.il r,d family n. ' MOOTfini tMKItH nmgaaBBiaBi
arrivals this week from Spnkaue.
Mr. Bauman has come to take charge
of the Botg place down the crek
from Heppner, which he purchased
last Fall from Warner Bros. This
is one of the best ranches on the creek ,
being a combination of creek bat torn
land and wheat land, There is about
three hundred acres of fall-sown
wheat ou the place that is doing fine,
and Mr. Buman gets the betefit of
this, and the ranch will al-o bring
good retorus from its alfalfa fields.
He expects to make an ideal home out.
of this ranoh as he has had abundant
experience as a farmer in the Wash- i
ingtou country and has grown-up buys
to help along with the work We ,
acknowledge a Dleasaut call from Mr.
Bauman, and he has startsd iu riuht i
by getting his name on the list of .
Gazette-Times readers. More faru-,
ilius on our ranches is what is need- j
ed, and we bespeak for these new ar
rivals abundant success.
EJ. Bristow was among the lone
people who attended tha O. A. C. con
cert at the Club building in Ilepmier
on Friliy evening Ed. no doubt
stored away somo pointers for future
Rev. Lawronco Stephens, pastor of
tint Church of Christ at Condon, bei
com to II ir I nil to tika c'rarga of
the church t'.;:n Hals very mich
liki'd !v the licurilo and is a line
St. Patrick's riav. Mirth 17th, will
lie fittingly observed this jear. A
lecture will tie given, and a program
of vocal and instrumental music will
be r.-r.derod. This entertainment
wiil lie held at the Club building.
In orJer to natter accommndata the
trade th Cas. i'uniilura Co. will de
vote a s'.'ciioii of its warihoiibi! fi mx
t) socood li:.ti r.jods. A lit.iTsl
prLe will he paid for such irticlra ts
wa cm di.pise of. Cs.br Furniture
Co. (2i-m 11
N. M. Johnsnn a-jd brother, and
C. A. L'varen. of thi (icosebcrry
'eiti oi, vvi-ni in II--. r.-ur over Tues
day night, to attnid initiatory ccre-
ironies r. I'orii- I '..i K. ' f' -ljito
T'ice inen 8rs all 'it I itned w itri iheir
splendid crep .rotpC; ts.
Theo. Anders in is now the p.ss.ssor
of a beautiful t .vo-year-o!.l imported
Terchoron stallion delivered to him
this week by M. 0. Metz. cf Pendle
ton. Ho is a fine formed onimsl
wioghing at t present time nearly
J900. i3 coal bUK, t xi'Pnt fur a sttin
in the face and thould b.i a und foal
getter. Theo. got this horse on a
trade, turning iu the stallion that
he bought last year from Mr. Metz.
J. A. Keihn, who resides on the
Jamieson ranch northeast of lone, was
in Heppner on Saturday. He is well
pleased with the outlook and expects
a harvest of at least 35 bushels to the
ore if present prospects hold good.
Mr. Keihn is a new arrival in Mor
row county, and is well pleased with
his place and surroundings. He is
interesting other people from his for
mer home, and expects quite a num
ber to locate here. A number will be
down from Spokane this week and
will be shown over the lands, near
where Mr. Keihn is living, and they
will doubtless be interested enough
to make purchase and locate here
permanently. They are from an in
dustrious farming class and just the
kind of people desired to settle on
these lands and put them in a state
of cultivation again. Geo. P. Yoaum
a brother-in-law of Mr. Keihn, is in
charge of these people and is working
to get a large number of the farming
clasB interested in Morrow county farm
lands. We hope for his success.
The U. S. supreme court has de
nied H. H. Hendricks' application
for a new trial in his land fraud case
tint has been pending for seven
years. A petition to the Fresident
for a pardon is being circulated in
this vicinity, and is being signed by
everybody, it being the universal
opinion here that Mr. Hendricks has
been sufficiently punished already for
an offense tnat was commuceu oy
thousands of other stockmen who were
not molested, in the days when the
government winked at all sorts or
irregularities in arquiring title to
public lands. Fossil Journal.
F. D. Cox was a pleasant caller at
this office on Tuesday. He brought
to town with him on that nay 29 coy
ote scalps on which he collected the
houutv at the coirt house. lie
trapped these dogs, and besides the
revenue received from the county, he
disposed of the hides and the total
amount realized for the catch was over
one hundred dollars in cash.
Brownsville Times: O. A. Brown
has purchased the Sperrv C90 acre
farm notth of BrownsviIIn, paying
$12,000 for the sime. The plans be
longed to the heirs of Elisha Sperry
and was occupied by Chas. B. Sperry
Mr Sperrv and family will move to
Brownsville to reside soon and will oc
cupy one of the liither residences cn
Prof. H. H. Hoffman has been re
elected to tha supsrintendeucy of the
Hepnuer High School for a period of
two years. Othei selections to fill
the various statnns of teachers and
instructors iu the school are beinc
made, bet not yet completed, and
further announcements along this line
will annual later.
Evangelist Owen closed his services
with the union meetings at the M.
E. Church south on hat evening and
departed this morning fcr his heme
near Hillsb,, ro. lie mado a splendid
impression on li.-ppnar neoi le and
they will lis cl'id to heir him here
again. The meetings will u )t close
until Sunday evening.
If you are behiad with your subscrip
tion to either the Heppner (in.ette cr
H ppner Times, cuv is a pood timcj
to tome in and got ll i uo and pay a
year in advarcj. The price r,r the
p;ip?r is to he advanced to SI. 50 p r
veir on .-;ril 1st, n"d t.o.v h a goo.i
time to get I i in d up for another year
the fUUl rate.
The suit you arc going to buy from us will be
just what it seemr to be.
You'll buy it because its smarter looking-fits
better-is better quality and richer fabric and
more uniformly tailored than any youVe seen.
The Sincerity Store
that way and grain is looking fine,
being very free from weeds and grow
"Hick'iy Farm" will be presented
to the people of lone on Saturday
evening. March 9. by the pupils of the
High School. This is a splendid play
for home talent and the personel of the
cast of charactres assures its presenta
tion in the best of style to the lone
Sheriff Hayes has written over two
hundred receipts for taxes already,
and reports that the greater majority
of these were for taxes in full. Some
body around thes-o diggins must have a
little money left, but if they have, the
sheriff is the fellow that is getting it.
Single Comb Rhode Island Reds;
All utility stock sold. Eggs from
special matings only. Price per
setting $3.00. $3.50 and J3.00. A tew
more choice cockerels for sals.
Brilliant Poultry Yards, Heppner,
A. G. Bittrr at one time city
marshall of Heppner, and known to
many of the older settk-rs of this
place, died recently neat Grass Ranue
Montana. Ha was a meuibsr of
Heppner Lodge No 09. A. 1". & A. M.
There will be an nil night dance,
and a big supper in Hardman. Fiidsy,
March 1st, given by the Knights of
the Maccabees. All are invited.
Good mucio and a good time. Ad
mission 50 cents, ladies free.
The "Merchant of Venice Up-to-
Date" by the Seniois of tha High
School at the Club Building Saturday
evening. This will be a big treat
to the public nnd a large sale of seats
Geo. P. Peil, district stnte com
mander cf the Knights of the Mjcci
bces, was here Lst Thursday. He
attended a meeting of the lodgn mid
ave several recitations which were
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Avrs were
u'own fious the mill on Thursday and
b'rulav. At r. ports a fail of n foot
of revv miuw lit the mill cn Friday,
and witn tiier.i w inter is not ever y.t.
J. H. BODE
OR EG OX
To the Voters of Morrow County:
I will be a candidate for Nomina
tion to the office of County Clerk ou
the Republican Primary Nominating
Election Ballot at the Primaries to be
held on April 19, 1912. I promise if
Dominated and elected to the office of
County Cleru the same service you
have had the past eix years.
WALTER 6. HILL.
I am a candidate for the nomination
for the office of Sheriff on the Repub
lican ti'ket, subject to the will of the
voters at the primaries on April 19,
My record as a citizen of Morrow
couuty for the past 25 years should
be a sufficient guarantee that I will
ma Be gocd if nominated and elected to
this important office.
Are You Booslisig Mor
row Connly ?
Are Yon IPalrosiizIng
Home industry ?
fE 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 Couuty Bluestem Wheat.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Sheriff on the Republi
can ticket, siibjut to the will of the
voters at the primaries to be held
April 19, 1012.
If nominated and elected I premise
to do my fu'l duty as peace officer and
tax collector, and will serve the
people witli ju.sti.ie and impartiality.
I desire to announce to the voters
Sorrow county that I am a candi-
f.ivcs cf grcit men ull remind us
What it is thai makes them great;
1 hat the rising geneiution
Vainly ttrive to emulate.
tlnte for the ncminatinn of Sheriil
on the. Democratic ticket at the forih
ccniing piiiur.iies. If I am nominati-d
and elected I will, during the term of
my o'Tije conduct the affairs cf the
rflice in the iuture as I have tried to
do in tha past viz: to the interests
of the taxpayers.
J O HAYES.
Seed Grain, Rolled Feed,
We Solicit the Storage of your Wool
SsaanU W Mum fmumaA V faiiwmnii m Mini iMNMnmuaiU
Thi Gaz 'tt-Tim, a job denartment j
H rni'-v this wrck tiftMMR o::C the
rilg or.l.;::Ut f"H!M of tho O.-W. I
H . Si N. Co. Tht'so will ! liiMriii-i
ntrtl in n unv .i,ir.rert ooints in t :, j
cut u,id mi.i i wc.-t, a-'.v( t tisin- 1
cilonist rite which are on fivm "I iii-li I
April !;Vh. !
Friend L'wi:i. cf the C ty .McH
Market , is 4'iite n pnul ry fnn, ier. i
and the past wetk received siiiir
choice birds tf the Whito U:ck r.r.d,
Black Mjnorca varieties. Ilaalsolidjj
some imuurted game birds from lie-,
land from whioii he expeits to raise rib- j
Sheriff Haves was out north of lone j
on Siturday to aer. a bunch of fojr.
head of work hoisea which will bo dis-,
nosed of under mnrtea:e sale. lie
found tha farmers all very busy out
Fame tuve t rains of sab le power;
Iiit. ll' C s that ehiue for aye:
Oti-.fTs have thu mighty dollar,
With thti piwers that therein lay.
();hrrs bks.s d with iirirlt ot s'.ation
(. ukkly risa to vla:ti cf fame;
V'iil" antilh. r dtged 1 bidding
Wind fur hi ui uur loud acclaim.
Still no'v in cur r;ue frr honor,
Mi whoever t--ts the pice.
Is the man who snrrada the bull con
Thick and i f l-jn in each place.
lie may have ni brains or dollars;
And to b.nh have lit'le claim;
Hut if he can spread tho smooth salve,
lie will get there just the same.
For the art of kind persuasion,
In the sentle game of bluff,
Wins a piker recognition
Kven if his Ulk is gaff.
I am a candidate for the nomination
for County S.hool Suerintendcnt nt
the R-piiblican Trimsry Election tj
bo h ld Atiil 19, 1 '12. If nominated
and elerted, I s'.iall contiuue to work
fcr the advancement of the educa
tional interests of the county.
S. E. NO 1 SON.
IE GREAT Ullii faEET IT
This is to be the attraction on
the hoards at the Star Theater
for Friday SatLircIay,
To the Voters of Morrow County: j
I have served as your county treas- j
Uin IIWLII l l IK Bi lllll, BIIU 1.111 j
be a candidate for re-election. To
this end I ask your suffrage
n : : i ' I . :
held on the 19th day of April, 1912. j yJ
promising si faithful preformaure of.
Conic and see the ram
ous trip of Theodore
Roosevelt to the
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