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B. ti. hlgsbet and two dauirhtt:
Misses Hernict nd Elaine, returned
home Thursday from their trip to
victoria, u. c, where Mr. KiKsbee at
tended a convention of the photo
graphers of the Northwest. The trio
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mf u ouunu country was very much
enjuyeu, ana numerous other citiei
in that part of the country were vis
iieo, coming and going.
ChaiUy Jones and wife were in the
city a short time yesterday, enjoy
Ing a little needed rest from the har
vest activities. He has finished un
run of 16 drya with the header and
Itire.'her, and they have been som
what strenuous. The yield of er.i
at the Jones farm has been very sat-
isiactory, ana he has no complain
Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Swift of Athena
are visiting with the parents of M
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i mis cny, ana witn other relatives
in the county this week. Mr. Swift
it loreman on large wheat ranc
over in Umatilla county and havin
finished up with the wheat harvest
mey are taking a little rest.
V. Crawford and two daughters,
miss i.oramao and Miss Mary, return
ea on friday last from an auto trin
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u cuiiiie. uunng nis absence, Mr.
vrawiora also visited New Westmin
ster and Vancouver, B. C. The Puget
Sound cities all seem to be in a very
prosperous conaiuon and the lumber
ing industry is on the boom.
Little Louise Vnua-hn. daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Vaughn, receiv
ea a tinmen arm on Friday, the re
suit or a fall on the concrete walk
while riding her tricycle. The Injured
memoer received proper surgical at
lentlon, and the little girl was able
to accompany her parents to Portland
Mrs. Minnie Wood of Clifton, Ore
gon, Mrs. Susie Van Dyke and Mr
and and Mrs. Frank (Jentry of Port
land were visitors during the week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Munk-
crs, the parents of Mrs. Wood and
Mrs. Van Dyke of Lexington. The
rrty were visitors In Heppner
John Wlldenan, who was in the city
for a day or two this week from his
Eight Mile wheat farm, states that he
has finished harvest, getting a good
yieia. we are glad to report that Mr.
Wlldenan Is quite improved in health.
He contemplates living either at The
Dulles or I'ortland during the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilt came over
from Grass Valley Saturday, Mr. Wilt
to arrange some unfinished business
and Mrs. Wilt to visit. They are well
pleased with Grass Valley and satis
fled with the amount of business Mr.
Wilt is doing. lone Independent.
H. A. Emry, who resides near Mon
ument, was rn the city for a day
or o the first of the week. Mr. Emry
now owns the Merrill ranch just
across the John Day river from Mon
ument, lie reports things moving
along well In his community.
E. G. Slocum and family of Lexing
ton returned the first of the week
from their vacation trip. They spent
several weeks at Seaside and enjoyed
the coast resort very much. On the
way home they also visited Cloud Cap
Inn on Mount Hood.
Miss Georgia Shipley arrived from
California on Tuesday evening and
will visit for a short time with re
latives before entering the V. of 0.
this fall. Miss Shipley is a senior
at the university this year.
Charlie Stanton of Dayton, Wash.,
spent a few days in the county during
tho week, looking after his interests
heie He still owns a fine wheat farm
in the Eight Mile section. He visited
in Heppner Saturday.
Irving Mather, high school princi
pal and coach, arrived from Pendleton
on Friday to bo on hand for the open
ing of school Monday. He spent a
couple of months at work on the Mc
Kay irrigation dam.
FOR SAI.E-Seed Wheat-Karko
Turkey; field test 09:94 pure; deliv
ered on ranch and dry treated if
wanted; In lots from 1 sack to car
load. F. E. MASON, Lexington. Ore.
Four cars of lambs were shipped
from the Heppner ynrds Monday to
Kansas City by Messrs. L. Wingfield
and G. M. Illakely of Monument. Mr.
Blakely accompanied the shipment.
David, Robert and Hugh Dunlap de
parted on Saturday for their homes
at Prescott and Kphrata. Washington,
after spending the most of a week
vblting with relatives in this city.
For Sale Practically new Ottawa
drag saw. 1 6-ft. saw never used. 6
ft. saw used slightly. Price JUO. E.
R. MUSGRAVE, lone, Ore.
Larl Eskelson. young farmer of the
Lexington section, was in the city
on Saturdny. He has finished with
the threshing season.
.Miss Lliznboth Dielps will return
to Kugene this week and prepare to
enter upon her studies again at the
University of Oregon.
Miss Lucy Duller of Skamania, Wn
Is a guest this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer.
For Sale -Young mules and horses,
3 to 8 years old; all broke; EARL ES
KELSON, Lexington, Ore.
Duck Lee, formerly a student in
Heppner schools, arrived from Port
land Tuesday evening.
Board and Room for two school
children. Inquire this office. 2t.
County Court met in regular ses
sion with all officers being present ex
cept Commissioner L. P. Davidson.
Court approved, allowed, continued
or rejected the various claims pre
sented against the County as per no
tation on the fact of each claim.
Court cancelled the following war
rants, same being more than seven
years old and uncalled for, vii: Dave
Rogers 12.00, A. C. Hawson 12.00. Jess
Cornell $3.50, Hugh O'Rourke 11.70,
Ed Cast 11.70. W. C. Newlon 1.70.
John Breen $16.00, W. S. Witchell
$2.00 and Earl Herrick $2.00.
The viewers report the E. P. Smith
road petition was read and referred
to the District Attorney.
Court called in as budget com
mittee W. H. Cleveland. T. J. Humnh-
reya and Joha Wirhtmaa and adoBUd
me ouagei lor tne year 1824.
Court continued the road petition
of T. J. Jones et al. Court adjourned
ra matt September . 162J.
Following art claims allowed:
1st National Bank, road
r. A 8. Bank, roads .
Bank of lone, roads
Martin Reid, HHB
R. H. Lane. HHB
Ftenaughty Co HHB
Standard Oil Co., HHB
H. McDuffee. HHB
C. V. Hopper. HHB
J. W. Kirschner, HHB
w. u. Mccarty, No. 15
W. O. Bayless, No. 15
Add Moore, No. 17
Brittain Bros., 14B
Bert Mason, 14B
Bristow A Johnson, 14B
Independent Garage, 14B
C. C. Rhea, No. S
M. D. Tucker, No. 8
J. C. Balleneer. No. 2
Boardman Trading Co, No. 2
Heppner L. at W. Co, Ct. Hse.
J. M. Kellly, T. B. cattle
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for the
paat twelve yean
Does Not Operate
Will be at
Dalles Hotel, The Dalles,
Monday, Oct. 1.
Dorion Hotel, Pendleton
uesday, Oct. 2.
Office Houra: It a. m. to 4 p. m.
AUTOMOBILE TAKES FIRE
The automobile of W. T. McRoberts
took tiro Monday evening about a
mile south of town. He fought the
flames with his hands and hat and
succeeded In exinguishing the fire.
The car was not dnmnged to amount
to anything, but Mr. McRoborts
hands were pretty badly blistered.
how good a cigarette
really can be made
you must (rv a-
Two Days Only
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin Is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and aurgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon.
He visits professionally the more
Important towns and cities and offers
to all who call on this trip free con
sultation, except the expense of treat
ment when desired.
According to his method of treat
ment ha does not operate for chronic
ppendicltis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
Ha has to hit credit wonderful re-
Its in diseases of the stomach, liv
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart.
kidneys, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
leers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for anv
tengtn or time and do not get any
better, do not fail to call, as improper
measures rather than disease art very
tun the cause of your long standing
ktmember above date, that consulta
tion on this trip will be free and
at his treatment is different.
Married women must bo accomoan.
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg,
Protects the Operator
From Copper Car
Does Its own feeding of pow
der. Takes grain right from Mill;
saving all handling.
Is built to last -
Professor Barss, Plant Path
ologist, O. A. C, went into tht
work of tht machina thorough
ly btfort making tht following
open r-mmendation to tht
farmers of the Northwtst, in
which he said:
"I have compared wheat
treated by tht Calkins machina
with aaed treated in our lab
oratory, seed which wa treated
at thoroughly at it was possi
ble to apply tht dust and tht
wheat from your machine
provtd to be at thoroughly
coated as It is possible to coat
the grain, and yet without an
excess which shows that tht
machina is efficient. X am glad
to recommend this machine."
Orders are being placed at
Spokane for deliveries into ev
ery state in tht Northwest
Because of tht efficiency,
simplicity and durability of
this machina it Is in tht great
tat demand. Tho tht capacity
for manufacture is great it la
evident that it will be overtax
ed. THEREFORE ORDER NOW
IN YOUR OWN INTEREST.
Write direct to tht
Calkins Machine Co.,
Spokane, Washington, or
Saltsman for Morrow and
Can you afford to
be without such
Protection's this ?
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and est man momoooa.
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E. G. GENTRY, District Manager, Heppner, Oregon
"LP.L AVAc'8 : strongest compAnip.s
V. Nixon, District 16
C. B. Oral, diet sealer
C. C. Chick, physician
S. Shaw, overseer
Daisy Becket, wid. pen
Sadie Morey, wid. pen
Amy McFerrin, wid. pea.
F. J. Gordon, poor
Ida Fletcher, poor
Jeaa Kirk, poor
Andy Cook, poor.
Dick Lahue, poor
Lula Johnson, juvenile
R. L. Benge. co. court
W. T. Campbell, Co. court
F'ae. Tel. Co., cur. ex-
W. E. Finaer, clerk
Norman Supply Co., clerk.
Geo. McDuffee, jail
Thomson Bros., jail
W. M. Ayera, jail
Patterson Son, jail
Heppner Herald, supt
Heppner Light Co., ct house
Minor a- Co ct. house
S. E. Noteon, dist atty 97.28
Co. Agent eo. agent 225.00
terry, watermaster 16.S4
Martha Wright, juvenile 69.60
Martin Reid, No. IS 1M.63
W. E. Mikesell, No. 16
Gilliam k Bibee, No. 16 .
Emanuel Hospital, poor
Indus. Commission, roads...
Mary Ingrum, HHB
Jack Ayers, No. 17...
W. Jarrens, HHB
W. L McCaleb, gen. road
Turn A Lum Co., 14B
W. T. Campbell. HHB
83.78 Turn A l.um, HHB
Heppner Garage, gen. road ... 1.85
W. L. McC.l.b, gen road 46.45
Latourell Auto Co., gen. road 2.50
Gilliam k Bisbet. HHB 10.64
Howard-Cooper Co, HHB. 13.25
P. Shively. HHB 19.00
w. V. rrophet, HHB 8.70
Ed Clark, HHB 12 25
Clyde Equip. Co., HHB 13 97
Karl Beach, HHB 813.00
Central Market, HHB 121.10
Phelps Grocery Co., HHB 253.72
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Have a packet in your
pocket for ever-ready
Soothes the throat.
For Quality, Flavor and
the sealed Package,
Reduced Prices on
your car can
get on rain-swept
streets and slippery
hills is the gripping
All -Weather Tread
of a Goodyear Tire.
The high, thick,
sharp -edged blocks
of that famous tread
take a slipless hold
and hang on with a
that prevents side
slip or skidding.
At Gaodriir Service Station
Dcalm ie a 1 1 and rrrorrx
mtnd thm new Goodyear
Cord, with tho booolod All
Woathor Troad mnd bath
thorn up with otandard
..Wwtni hUdefor Wtmtrn Tnnie"
A Man's Store For Mi
$25, $30, $35 and $40
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S NEW FALL SUITS ARE
Conservative Styles for Men. Snappy Models for Young Men.
You Should See
Styleplus Swagger Line
A very new creation in young men's
IT IS A KNOCKOUT
We carry a complete line
of Men's Wear, including
HATS - CAPS - SHOES
COLLARS - TIES
In fact everything that a
man wears in all sizes.
DAVID A. WILSON
Everything in Men's Wear
We Can Save You Money
on your piano because we sell direct from the factory
The Famous BALDWIN-ELLINGTON-HAMILTON-HOWARD
Pianos and Players
A factory Guarantee with each piano.
Easy payments can be arranged if you wish.
VICTOR, EDISON -BRUNSWICK Phonographs and Records
WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOL
LOWING SIZES OF
AT THESE PRICES
32x4 " "
33x4 " "
34x4 " "
32x4 1-2 "
34x4 1-2 "
35x4 1-2 "
Heppner Tire &
Specials in Wagons
and Grain Drills
3-in. Mandt, regular $160 Special $130
312-in. Mandt, regular $175 Special $140
6000-lb. capacity U. S. Army Wagon $140
Also famous Winona Wagons in various
VAN BRUNT GRAIN DRILLS.
1 18-7 Disc Drill, regular $205, Special $190
1 18-7 Hoe Drill, regular $195....Special $180
1 16-6 Disc Drill, regular $190, Special $170
Also Superior Drills at Bedrock Prices.
Notice of advance in prices for next year al
ready received. Betetr buy NOW.
Peoples Hardware Co.
KING Band Instruments
In fact EVERYTHING in Music
Write for Catalogue
Make our store your headquarters during the Round-Up.
PENDLETON MUSIC HOUSE
JACK MULLIGAN, Manager
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