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THE CAZETre-TIMt'S! FR0M SUPT-N0TS0N-
Tlie Heppner Goietle. Established March 30, 1883
The Heppner Times, Eiiablijhed Nov. 18, 1897
Consolidated February IS, 1912.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, - Editor and Proprietor
Issued every Thursday morning, and entered at
the Postoffice at Heppner, Oregon, as second
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hUC It 1 117 OtUUUI UOIW'C HUD (.!
Leaving Heppner April 25, 1 arrived
at my old homo, Sunday morning, the
28th. at 3 o'clock. I found my mother
much improved, but she is very feeble
nud the finnl outcome iu doubtful.
On Monday. I had the pleasure of
visitiiia the school in Hamburg Iowa.
found a number of changes since
Display, transient, running less than one month,
firs! insertion, per inch, 25c; subsequent in
sertions, 12 l-2c; display, regular, 12 l-2c;
locals, first insertion, per line, 10c: subsec.uent
insertions, per line, 5c; lodge resolutions, per
line, 5c; church socials and all advertisings of
entertainments conducted (or pay, regular rates.
Thursday, May 9 1912
Dupty Game Warden Here.
Edgar F Averill of Pendleton,
deputy cama warden for the Eastein
Oregon district was in this vicinity
a few days litis week, returning hume
on yesttrday. It had been repotted
to hira that a tunch of Colombia river
Indians were kiiliug deer in the vicin
ity of Paiker's mill, and be came
over to look into the charges. Uiion
investigation ha found there was no
truth in the reuort. There is quite
a large bunch of the Indians in that
neighborhood bat thier ch:nf uccuua
tion at this time is the gathering of
wool from dead sh(?D op the mine.
Mr. Averill assisted in the deniza
tion of a rod and gun club iu Heponer
Tuesday evening. This club will be
of material assistance in carrying out
the provisions of tho ga-ne law and
will aid materially in the restocking
of oar streams wi'.h trcur nnd our hills
and woods with game birds. It is
proposed to make the Minor ranch a
same prtserve, and if this is done it
will not be rrrny years until all kinds
of game in this section will beplenti
fnl. China pheasants, bob whites
and mauy other valuable game birds
will be turned lose here aud be allow
ed to increase without molestation.
and deer will increase and all game
become more plentiful because of this intcrrssts
u.tl trainiig department hos been
installed. The pnpila and parents
are greatlv Dleastd with the f results
The wi-rk done is fine, and Sopt
Murtin says Mint the Durjils takiug it
are just as strong in their other
vuuk as those who do not take it.
lne rjuiimngs are inadequate ior a
domestic science department, but s
lice cf home work is planned and fol
lowed. An exhibit and contest were
recently held showing some most ex
cellent results. The department will
ruuoubtenly be nrovided for soon
Another contest and exhibit will be
On the following day I visited the
pnblic Library at Ft. Dodge, Iowa
Hero I was given an opportunity to
see how the public schoul children
of nearly all grades were assisted bv
the library. There were dozens of
them tl ore to get books Hnd to work
on- s"me lina of investigation. The
librarians rendered every assistance
needed. I wss pleased with the in
ves igation of sixth grade pupils up
on the subject of gardens. They had
about a dozen books upnn I he subject
uoon the tables and were reading and
making notes Many of them are
now claming t.lmir gardens for the
schi ol contests, I sa some of them,
and everything indicated the liveliest
interest. The school t obtests are
doing much for the city nop Is aswel!
as the country kudus, in Ioaa.
I have also had ocosison to learn
something of the pgricultcral work in
the South Dakota schools. ThfV ara
doing a lot of exp riment work, and
the pucils are finding out many facts
of much value to the agricultural
place of refuge. Mr. Averill took
steDs while here to see that the law
with tegartd to dams and fish ladders
dd and down Willow and Rhea creeks
shall be comoma with, lie is going
about this work in the rieht fpirit
and does not exnect to meet with any
opposition, looking foi cheerful obed
ience to all requirements just as soon
as our people ate made aware of what
is required of them.
Jeweler & Optometrist
Eyes tested, glasses
properly fitted, for
the correction o f
any defect that can
be remedied with
Parlor and Dark
Room for Testing
The marriage of Mr. Eli C. Mad
dock, of Heponer and Mrs. Nettie
Clausmeyer, of Castle Ruck, W'8sb. ,
was solemnized at The Dalles Ore
gon, on Thursdav evening, fMy I,
1012, Judge W. L. Bradshaw officiat
ing. The wedding was a quiet one,
and was performed at the chambers ol
Judge Bradshaw in the Wasco county
court house, Judga R. R. Bntler and
Miss Nona Dawson, beirg witnesses.
Mr. and Mtb. Maddock arrived at
Heponer on Friday evening aod are
now "at home" to all friends at the
Maddock residence on upper May
"Dad" Maddock as he is familiarly
called, played it pretty smooth on his
friends here when he slipped off and
assumed the roll of a beuedict. Thtrn
were rumors in the air the fore part
of last week that he was going to do
something of the soit, but nothing
positive was known about it. But he
surely got "hisen' " when the br'oal
couple reached Herjoner. "Dad" had
a right to expect it too for he has not
been slow to "hand it" to numerous
others of our citizens hereabouts who
took the notion to do as he has dene.
A delegation, armed with all necess
ary instrument and iitiulementa for
producing noise, duly in-jt the counle
at the depot. Having nothing against
Mrs. M. of coarse, an automobile had
been secured to convey her to town,
while Mr. M. was taken in charge,
placed on the big dray, and amid all
kinds of noise was drawn to town,
where he was caused to do penance in
a manner befitting the occasion.
The newly married couple have been
receiving the hapoy congratulations
of friends since who wish them joy
This little daughter of Matthew
and Sarah A. Hughes was born in
Morrow countv Oregon on the third
of SeDtember, 1908. When she was
oolv five days old, her mother ditd
leaving five children, four girls ard
oce boy, the rest of whom are now
living. About three weeks before her
death. Leva took a Cold that develop
ed into pneumonia, ard everything
possible was done for her, yet the
hrgles took her away to Paradise.
She died May 3rd and her funeral was
held at the home of Arthur Smith, in
rieppaer, conducted by the Rev. V. j
A. Pratt pastor of the local Methodist
church and her little body waj laid
away in the Heppner cemetery.
I expect to be able to make a study
of the schools of Minneapcils and St.
Paul. They have the reputation of
being in the front rank. If I can find
out i ny thing of nso to ua in our
schools, I want to do so.
In Iowa, the board of inspection
has just recontlv condemned about 50
per cent of the rural school houses
for lack of ventilation, improper heat
ing aud lighting, and poor toilet fa
cilitiea. It bus created a commotion
of oo small size, but these matters
will be remedied-by the cpaning of
.scliOjl next fall.
S. E. NOTSON.
M. E. CHURCH.
The annivereaiy of the Epwcrlh
Lengue w.U be observed next Sunday
night at the M. E. Church. There
will be appropriate musio and an arl
dr S9 by the paster, the Rev. W. A.
Pratt. Servioe to bt-g n at 8 o'clock,
instead of 7 :30. Other young neo
ple's societus invited to attend. Ti e
other services of the church will he
held as usual: Sunday school ut 9:45
a. m. : morniue worship at 11:00.;
tSpworth League at 7 :00. Evervbodv
cordially invited to all these services.
W. A. PRATT, Pastor.
M. K. Cllt'IiCII, SOUTH.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworth
League, 7 0. m. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Awelcoute to all.
W. R. Ward.
At his homo in Corvallis, Oregon.
Sunday evening, May 5, W. R Waid
passed to the beyond after au illness
of some weeks. Mr. Ward's remains
were brought to Heppnor on lust eve
ning and forwarded on to Hardman
where ihn funeral occured today, condor-ted
I y Rev. E. P. Warren.
Mr. Ward was a native of Illinoise
and was 73 years of age at the time of
bis death. He came to Morrow
connty 28 years ago, settling on a
farm in the Gooseberry section where
he continued to reside nutil fcurvears
ago, when he left here and went to
Corvallis. He was well and favor
ably known here and leaves a family
of several sons, all grown, who reside
in this county
At the Theater
Ernest E. Clark and Julia M
Foibes at the Liberty School house,
Eightmtle Sunday evening. May 5.
It had beeu announced to the public.
The school bouse was beautifullv
c'cccrated with apple blossoms and
pussy willow. Early in the evening
the house was filled to overflowing
with people, estimated at 200. After
the usual prayer service Rev. E. P.
Warren appeared on the scene and
stated it would be some time befoie
the matriage and that he would
preach a short sermon. In the mean
time the happy couple appeared about
8:i!0 and proceeded to the platform,
preceded by Mr. French and Miss
Mahle Gay as escorts, then followed a
beutiful ring ceremony and the newlv
married people were introduced t-
the audience as Mr. and Mrg. Clark
and the people rose to their feet,
making a polite bow aud procetded in
regular order to the platform, extend
Ing corgratolttions and returning tc
their seats. The younj people ther
qnietlv retired into tho darkness ft
the n'gbt They have taken uu their
rt-fidence in the S oith Methodist par
sonage A rousing chivariri was
given them Tuesday night.
What Texan Admire
is hearly, vigorous life, according -to
Hugh Tailmaa, of Sun Antonio. "We
find," he writos. "that Dr. Kings
New Life Pills surely put new life
nd eneryy into a peison. Wife and
believe they are the best made."
Excellent for stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles. 25 cents at Slocum
Of Interest to Hibernians.
The local division of Hibernians are
arranging for a larga reception of
members on Mny 19th. Quite a few
have expressed their desire to join
and in addition to the reception a
social time is promised. It Is also
rumored that the division contem
plates having a grand ball in the early
part of June.
A good Underwood typewriter at
Seperaor and engine, at a bargain.
Pride of Washington separator, prac
tically new having been run only SO
days, wind stacker and self feeder.
Advance engine. For further infor
mation write Cooke Eros., Condon
Training Class Organized.
On last Tuesday evening a meeting
was held at the Woodson residence
for the purpose of orgauizing a Teacher
Training class for the Sunday schools
of Hippner. The officers elected
wera: President, Mrs. T. J. Hum
phreys: Vice-President, Mr. Sam
Hughes; Sec and Treas. ,Opal Briggs
Teacher, Mrs. John McAllister. Hie
Moniger Course of Study was adopted
and anyone wishing to unite with the
class who has not this book, please
notify any of these officers, from the
Chrictian chonrch, Mrs. Ward instead
of Mrs. Humphreys. It was not de
cided whether, we should begin the
course of study now or wait until Fall
but this will be settled at the next
meeting, which will be held rn the
28ih of May. To this meeting we in
vitell the people of Heppner who
are interested in this work whether
you are a teacher or not.
Washington. D. C. Corner stone of Masonic Temple laid.
J OHANNISTHAL, Germany Aviation week brings out some
" strange air craft.
San Francisco President Taft breaks ground for Panama
and many others.
Reel No. 2 "At the Break of Dawn."
Reel No. 3 -A Bunny comedy entitled, "The Return of Widow
Parsons' Husband." Full of laughs from start to finish.
Song "Down in Cotton Town."
The Great Titanic Disaster
Rose Carnival at Pasadena,
The Fall of Babylon.
"The Thief and the Girl.
Notice to The Public.
Dr. 0. F. Barnhart, tha scientific
Chircpodist of Portland will be in
Hepnnfr f ir one and a half days
Saturday evening and all day Snday
May 11-12, doing his usual high grade
work removing corns, buniens, in
growing nails, etc. without paiu, and
withont cost if you are not satisfied
Remember Saturday eve and all day
Sunday. (Ai-k thoso who know.)
Office Palace Hotel.
Wheat Farm Wanted.
We have a client who wants a laige
wheat farm in good locality in East
ern Oregon. He has A-l Portland
income property and cash to exchange
for same. Owners answer at once.
LIST Y.OUR PROPERTY WITH
US FOR QUICK RESULTS.
WARD & YOUNGER.
Suite 426 Yeon BIdg.
Notice is hereby givnn that all ont-
standing Morrow connty warrants
registeied prior to May 1st, 191 1 , will
he paid upon presentation at my
ofTioe. All interest on the same
ceases after tha date of this notice.
Dated at Heppner, Oreiron, this 7th
day of May, 19l2.
Thresher For Sale.
I have for sale at the Wm. StaufTer
fatm, six miles south of Lexington,
one 28-inch Case separator, one 14-
horse Wilson power, and derrick table
with ropes and cables all complete
and in good repair. Terms reason
lm CHAS. READ.
A brown mare weighing about laOO;
branded EE on right stifle; white star
iu forehead. This animal disappeared
from the cattle and horse reserve near
Hardman in October last. A reward
of flO will be paid for information
leading to the recovery of this animal.
E. E. LOVGREX,
3t. Eight Mile Oregon.
Don't think that piles can't be
cored. Thousands of obstinate cases
have been cured lv Doan's Ointment.
50 cents at any drug store.
ARE YOUR HOSE INSURED?
For Men, Women and
SIX PAIR GUARANTEED
FOR SIX MONTHS
8inllion Registration BobM. State o( Oregon.
License CerlineHtu ol PURE BRED Biulliun
or Jitck NO 041.
Dated ul oivulliK, Oregon, Febrimry 21, 1!'12.
The pedigree of tlie Jiu k iilii JACK, No. 3til7,
American registered in the ttuJliook ol Amer
ican Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jen
nets. Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington,
Moriow Co., Oregon. Bred by Lewis KlDg,
Clever, Mo. Described as follows: Black;
white points. Pedigree; Old Bart, sire; Gen
eral, sire of sire; Jenlo Jinkens, dam of sire.
Bell, dam; Warrior, fire of dam; Lucy, dam of
dam. Breed Jack. Foaled In the year Aug HI,
iyo7. has been examined by the Htallion Regis
tration Board of Oregon, and it is hereby cer
tified that the said Jack is of Pure Breeding, is
,a.,i.ta,..,l ,n th. am. II. It Ihn, la ,Mn,n i y..t
j by the associations named in section nine of an
Oregon providing for the licensing of stallions,
etc., filed In the oiiice of the Secretary of Mate,
February 2:i, l'.lll, and that the above named
jack h.is been examined by the vetrlnarian
appoinled by the Ktallion Hegtstration Board
and is hereby reported free from infection,
contagious or transmissible diseases or un
soundness and is hereby licensed to stand. or
public service in the Slate of Oregon.
KKMINK L. 1'OTTm,
(Seal) Sec'y Stallion Registration Roard.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Imported this winter direct
from the state of Missouri, and
will stand the season at the
Terms : $15.00 to insure living
colt; $10 for the season and $6
for single leap.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Was also imyorted to Morrow
County the past winter and
will stand the season of 1912 at
the Livery Stable of
McRoberts & Evans,
and terms of service will be
the same as for Big King.
Care taken to prevent accidents but will be responsible for
none. If interested in raising mules, you should see these two
splendid animals. J. N. HELMS, Owner, Lexington, Oregon.
Stallion Registration Board. State of Oregon.
License Certilicato ol GRADE Stallion or Jack
No 91 7. Iated at Corvallis, Oregon, Febiuary
6, 11U2. The peligree of grade jack IX'KB,
sired by the pure bred Jack Old fluke No.
Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington, Morrow
t o., Oregon, aud described us follows: Color
Black; while points. Foaled in the yesr 1W4,
has been examined by 1 he Stallion Registration
Board of Oregon, and it is found that the said
lack is tree from Infectuous. contagion or
transmissible diseases or unsoundness. He
is not of pure breeding, and is, therefore, not
eligible for registration in any nuduonk re
cognized by the associations named In section
nine of an Act of the Leginlatlxe Assembly of
the State of Oregon providing for the licensing
of stallions, etc., II led In the o.Hce of the Secre
tary of State, February 2.1, 111 1. The said jack
is hereby licensed to stand for public service
in the Slate of Oregon.
ERMINK L. POTTER.
Bec'y Stallion Registration Board.
Contracting and Building,
Painting and Paperhanging
Am prepared to do all lines of repairing and job work at my
shop in old Gazette Building on Main street, Heppner. See me
for any kind of work in these lines.