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Local and Personal
All kinds of good ice cold eodas at
Emil Grotkopp waa in from Ma
ranch Saturday. ,
Delicious bo das and Ice cream sodas
at The Palm.
Go to the Bakery for your bread.
26 loaves for il 00.
J. II. Edwards of Sand Hollow,
was in town Saturday.
You need not pay bo much for in
surance. Talk to M. E. Smead.
W. B. Tncker, Sand Hollow farmer
waa a visitor In our town Saturday.
Why not aeleot that carpet from the
new linea at Case's Furniture Store.
Geo. Thomson went down to Port
land Saturday to visit for a few days.
Miss Jewel Ellmaker departed Sat
urday nicrning for her home in Eu
gene. Hihet ca.sh prices paid for hides,
pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
D. H. Grabill. one of the substan
tial residents of lone, visited Heppner
Frank Roberts shipped a car load
of mutton sheep to the Portland stock
yards on Monday.
Born At Pilneville, Oregon, on
May 23th, to Mr. and Mrs. George
"Whities, a daughter.
Dr. Wlnnard has taken a .Decial
course on eve Jiseaipsand is prepared
to fit alasses properly.
John Stevenson is helping Claud Cox
with the delivery business daring the
absence of Jeff Beymer.
The neatest thing in the refrigeatur
line'ia the "White Frost." Sold by
the Case Furniture Company.
R. F. Hynd returned to his Port
land home on Friday last after having
spent a couple of weeks at Henpner.
It may be to your interest to get
my prices before buy inn watches,
clocks or jowelery. C. Ii. Johnson,
Mrs. C. O. Patterson and her two
sons, Andiew and Baird were passen
gers to Portland on the local Saturday
Roy Missildine and wife went down
to Portland Saturday. They will be
iti the "Rose City" duiing the fes
n R PaHnrson and wife left by
auto cn Tuesday morning for Port
land, a Hp of pleasure and business
A Rood piano to sell, or trade for
horses. Thia is a good instrument,
in first class condition. Inquire at
this office. tf.
J. R. Nunamak-r came ud from
Hood River on Friday to remain for a
few davs looking after his affairs in
Mr. Lewis King, of the U. S. For
est office departed for Portland Satnr
day morning, where he goes as a wit
ness iu the Federal court.
Jos. T. Knuoponberg was up from
lone on Monday evening and is rejoic
ing greatly over the prospeot of a 25
bushcl wlioat crop this season.
Chicken and Ice cream
will make anyone smile
on a hot Sunday.
Miss Helen Glenson, who has been
spending a fortnight visiting her
friend. Mrs. J. L. Wilkins, departed
lor hsr home at Oregon City on Mon
ady. Harry Dillon bade eool-bye to his
Heppner friends on Tuesday and da
parted for his old stamping ground at
San Francisco where he expects to
make hU future home.
Jerseys to Sell - I have some
choice joung Jersey milch cows for
sale at rannh one mile below Rhea
Siding. Address O. L Luu.lell,
Arlington, Ore., for further particu
lars. " tf-
Nat Webb. Jr. left on Tuosdsy for
his horn at Walla Walla. He has
been at Heppner for the past two
weeks attending to business connected
with his sheep inUre'ts here, and
goes home to h.dp harvest his 40-bus-hel
crop of wheat.
Dr Crutchfield. president of Col
umbia College, Milton, will be in
Heppner over Sunday and will occupy
the pnli.it both morning nJ evenina
at the M E i-hareh south. Mr.
Crnt. hS jld is a speaker of note and
sh-nld be greeted with largo au
dieuces. Eieh ace of onr lives has its jovs.
Old p-onle should be huppy, and they
will be if Camherlain'a Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
koep the bowels rcKolar. These tab
Mi are wild snd gentle in their act
inn ard ispeciiily "itnble for people
of mi.i ile 83" and cider. For sale by
Patterson & Son.
Postmaster Svnead, accomraned by
the editor of this journal, spent Sat
urday at the farm of Wilson Biylass
on Rhea Creek where they succeed' d
in transplanting quite a decent num
ber of the finny tiibe from the creek
to their fish baskets at least Mr.
Smead did bo. What the editor land
ed is not much to blow about. The
people alorg Rhea creek are certainly
lined out for a lot of hard work right
soon in caring for their immense crop
of hay. Hie alfalfa is .very heavy
and will bo a ereat crop, and every
thing else is growing and crops of all
kinds never were more promising.
Mr. Bayless has as flue a garden as
one ever looked unon and will doubt
less have car loads of cabbage and
taters this fall. And grass well it
he a been many a long year since there
was such luxuriant tirowth of forage
and stook is oil sleek and fat. Surelv
this is one of the full years we have
been longing for.
Andrew Reaney, of Lexington, was
a pleasant caller at this office on Fri
day. Mr. Reaney, is a pioneer of
Morrow couuty and one of our suc
cessful farmers. During all bis res
idence here he has never experienced
a more propitious season than the
present. Five hundred acres of wheat
on his place should certainly mane a
yield of twenty-five bushels to the
. .... l m
acre, and should the present xavoraoie
weather conditions prevail for another
two weeks thu crops of his section
will have passed all danger of injury.
Quite a bucsing contest was held at
the old Ben Matteson place near Black
Butte on Sunday, wherein some 9 head
of untamed cayuses belonging to the
Indians camped in that vicinity were
pubdued. Harley Matteson, Charlie
Rideeway and Ltren Matteson were
the riders and some of the "broncs"
did some stiff bucking but were un
able to throw thier riders. Some 20
our more perple were present to wit
ness the contest.
The city has had a force of men
busy during the post week cutting the
grass along the sidewalks and on the
vacant lots about town and the air is
filled with smoke from the homing
thereof. Many propery owners are
also busy in like manner and the fox
tail, cheat, and various other useless
and noxious weeds are being laid low
aud consigned to the flames before
they reach the seed-ripening stase.
0. G. Crawford, foreman of the
G.-T., departed for Albany and other
Willamette Valley points on Siturday.
During his absence he will be engaged
with Prof. Beard's 0. A. C. band,
will visit the coast at Newport and
also take in the big Elks convention
at Portland during which event the
band will play an engagement and
compete for a prize.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Potter returned
Snr.dav from Henpner. Mr. Potter
said that he had rode most everything,
but his experience with that ferocious
and man-eating Elk cased in Heppner
was the limit. He thinks he will be
able to attend to busiaess after a fsw
weeks' rest and a liberal application
of arnica. Spray Courier.
It is now well known that not more
than one case of rheumatim in ten
requires any Internal treatment what
ever. All that ia needed ia a free ap
plication of Chamberlain's Liniment
and massaaing the pirts at each appli
cation. Try it and see how quickly it
will relieve the pain aud soreness.
Sold by Patterson & Son.
Alex Lindsay was in town Frid y
on his return home from a trip to
the Hurdman country where he saw
grain fields ai'd grass that faiily
made his former concrptiou of that
s'C'ion dwinl'e into nothingress
According to Alex the p-ople up that
wsy are living in paradise but they
dont know it.
Mr. Fred Elder and Miss Lelia V.
Adklrs were married at the narsonaee
of theM. E Church Sonth of Heppnar,
on last Thursday evening, the cere
mony being performed by Rev. E. P.
Warren. The wedding was a very
qniot one, the young people wurking
somewnat of a surpri-e on their friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Eoh EsJnlson have
returned from a visit of two months
with the relatives of Mr. Eskelson in
thn stats of Utah. They had a very
pleasant visit and saw a great deai of
conntry wliilo gone, but nothing to
compare with Oregon and Morrow
connty. so Eph says.
Mrs. Chas. P liarnett departed for
her home at Pendleton on Monday
a'fuc hiving spent a couple of weeks
visiting relatives nt and near Lexing
ton This office at knowledges a pleas
ant call from Mrs. Harnett on Friday
Inst in company with her sinter, Mrr.
Pap Simons returned to Portland
Monday. He spent the past two
weeks at Heppner where he wasglad
lv welcomed by his numerous frieuds
who are pleased to know he is getting
along well. He is well pleased with
his surroundings at the Odd Fellows
Hilda School 10 a. m
II. a. m. B. Y. P. U., 7 p. u.
Uni'n service 8. p m. in the M. E.
u .,m IVpnrhincr tv J. ftIC
A lifter. 3 p. m. Sunday,
About 400 acres of grain that party
desires cut with combine harvester.
400 aores more adjoining that can le
.,.,oJ Innniro ut or write this
ai.,uu.K.u. . . .
Mr n n Conner made a trip to
Mr will Tnefeer attended lodge at
Heupner Mondpy night.
" Mr. Ovral Scott was in Heppner
Monday for mowei repairs.
Mrs. R. W. Turner visited Sunday
with J. II. Edwards and family.
Frank Moyers had the misfortune to
loose a valuable horse last week.
Davtd Brown and family spent Sun
day with Mr and Mrs. Robret Van
M.i F.nnb Tnrnpr and little SOU
Robert are visiting at Edward's on
Mr. Jessie Snvder did not return
n nUrL-hnrsn ns was reuorted in last
Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Missildine de
parted Satuiady for Portland to be
absent n week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bell attended
hu fiinpr.il of Mr. J. T. McMillan at
Lexington Sanday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Movers left
Monday for Portland to spend the
week at tthe Carnival.
"Dean's Ointment cured me of
etzma that I. ad annoyed me for a long
time. The result was lasting
Hon. S. V. Matthews. Commissioner,
Labor Statistics, Augusta M.
W. R. Blcakney, Thd., pastor
Freachinglof the Freewatcr, Ore., federa
ted church, will speaK ai iiepp
ner both morning: and evening on
Snnrlnv. June 23. at which time
Pf t. of federation will be
E rl Hallock arrived home on Mori- SSE
day evening from Corvallis where lie
1ms been pursuing his studies fit O.
Mrs. VV. W. Smead returned on
Tuesday from a visit of a couple of
months with her daughter, Mrs. Guy
Boyd, in Idaho.
Sherman Leffier is up from Blflgen,
Wash, and will spend the harvest sea
son in Morrow county, expecting to
remain here for about four months.
Engineer Woodworth and family
ha've returned from their visit in the
East, and Mr. SVoodwo-th took charge
of his engine on the branch j estreday.
AT THE BAKERY Get away from
the heat of baking by boyine your
bread. Cream loaf, plain loaf, whole
wheat and rye. Nothing better than
our cream loaf.
When baby suffers wiih croup, ap
ply and give Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil
at once. Safe for children. A little
goes a long way. 25c and 50c. At
all drug stores.
Roy Tylor is still searching for
his teams of two horses and two young
mules that strayed from his corral
Mondav night. They are believed to
be in the mountains south of here.
Rev. C. L. Owen, who held a ser
ies of revival meetings in Heppner
last winter is conducting evangelistic
meetings at Liberty school house on
Eiaht Mile this week and will contin
ue for a couple cf weeks
Charles Gentry, a paroled prisoner
from the state penitentiary, whose
parole has been revoked because of
violation of its terms, was picked up
here by Officer John Rnssel and will
be held until a guard is sent after
him. E. O. of 8th.
Frank Engleman was no from lone
over Monday night busy with his
arrangements for the big base ball
tournament to begin in his town on
June 24th. Frank ia a worker when
it comes to boosting the great nation
al game and he will make this tourna
ment a complete success.
Jake Pearson is now proud of the
fact that he is tbe mail carrier for the
new postoffioe at Lena. Mr. Pearson
has worked hard for several years to
get a post office for his section of But
ter creek and his efforts have at last
been crowned with success. The
office is located at the home of John
Brosnan and Mrs. Brosuan is post
Arrangements are being completed
to have a speaker here for Sunday,
June 23, to present to the Heppner
church-Roing people the subject of
federation. A move Is on loot to iea-
erate the different churches or me
town aud it is desirable to have the
subject presented at this time by a
man in touch with this line of work.
Mora definite announcements will
John Hayes left on Friday for his
home in Portland. Mr. Hayes has
been at Henpner for the past three
months looking after his cheep inter
ests here and gots home feeling good
over the outcome. A good price for
wool and the sheep going into the
monnrains in prime conditi n with the
promise of excellent feed on the sum
mer range is calculated to mate uie
flookmaster feel good.
inor & Go.
Embroidered Lawn dresses in blue and white
Black and white stripes - - $3.75
Striped Lawn dresses made in surplice style
with embroidered collars, and trimmed
with Ball trimming - - 6.50 & 6.75
Allover embroidery dresses trimmed with linen
lace and insertion, crochet buttons - 7.00
White Voile, trimmed with silk fringe and
crochet buttons - - - 8.50
Cotton Corduroy with lace
collar and black
White Voile dress trimmed with Cluny lace,
Irish crochet yoke, Ball trimming - 18.00
Light percale dresses made in surplice style,
and Gingham dresses in tan, pink and
lavender, trimmed with embroidery
- 2.50 to 5.00
and lace -
Shirtwaists at half price
INOR & GO.
Heppner Invites the Populace of
Morrow County and Surrounding
Territory to our
4th of July
Eagle Streams a! Heppner
Tlsis ear-lEiIy 3 and 4,
Provision is being made for a grand
time. Plenty of Band Music, Big
Platform for Dancing each after
noon and evening; Base Ball, Races
and all kinds of sports.
ably presented to our citizens.
Prepare to Meet Your Friends
at Heppner Town
JULY 3rd and 4th