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THE HEPPIltK TIMES.
THURSDAY. AUG. 23. 1004.
For a CmI-cUm uetl, try ' tha Pacific
Mil VWIan Cos li vliitlng with
friends at Waitilmrg.
J. A. Woolcry, of Ions, wm business
visitor to Ileppuer Monday.
I'rauk and Ok-w Iturg ctme in Friday
from tea days' outing at Ditch creek.
Subscription, tl.00 Por Year.
r Mack Clark spent Sundsy with the
A 1 MarlrliMttt uimm tn finttirflav frcim I .... - .
' outeri t Ditch creek. Mrs. CUrk ac-
Clark's canyon, couipanled him home Sunday eenlog.
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in. m. A. i.eacn, ueuusi, o.uce in iu Gc0 v,ncent pent Buu(Uy b, ut.
new rair nuiitmK. tcf cretk rtDch ,u My( nlg hty crop
Frank and Carll'srnaworth vUted the this year Is the best he haa ever had.
Ditch creek camp Sunday. He wilt nave about 400 tona,
J. H. Iluyes, of Upper Rhea creek, Mr. and Mra. Otis Welch, Mrs. Emma
was ill town H.tturday on business.
O. W. Zrrliv, of I'.iltht Mile, was
business vlaitor in the city laat Friday.
Orvil Rasmus, Via Mart and Gertrude
Crawford ipent Sunday at Ditch creek.
Mayor and Mra. Frank Gilliam apent
Suuday at the Ditch creek outing camp.
Welch and Miu Annie Welch returned
Sundty from ICudto mountain where
they had been outing the pait mouth
Frank P. Farniworth wa a paaxenger
Tueaday morning for Portland where he
is to be married thla week to ft Mist Stu
art, former resident of Morrow county.
Por Rent-1000 acres of the best bunch-
Henry Warren, ol Hardmitn, waa
transacting business in Heppner iBtt gr Pture and 80 tons of hsy lor sale.
L. W. BrlgiEs' family went to Upper
Hintou creek Saturday for ft couple of
D. Cox was in Saturday from Ilinton
creek transacting buiness with Ileppuer
The Ifqipncr public school will not
open until the 12lb, the second Monday
Por ft first-class livery rig call on Wm,
Gordon, He has aome of the Quest turn'
outs In the city.
G. W. Chapiu was down from hit
Hardman ranch lor load of supplies the
latter part of last week.
M. C. Puqua, who was In Irom Eight
Feed lots, (racks end plenty of water.
Inquire of B. M. Hawley, Huppner. 2m
Mr. and Mra. P. II. Stevenson re
turned last week from two months'
visit with relatives at Chicago. They
also visited the World'! Fair at St.
All Saints Episcopal Church. Thir
teenth Sunday after Trinity, services
both morning and evening, 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.
John Warbhn, Missionary.
Sheriff E. M. Shutt returued Friday
from a two weeks' outing Ditch creek.
Mrs. Shutt accompanied him, but re
turned to camp Saturday, accompanied
by Miss Lena Glasscock.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Campbell returned
Mile Friday, says he was not yet done Saturd (row , ou ,t Mt
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.,c.,.us. rep.,,, .ur Hoo(Und , vil)it with the partn of
""l1"' Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. II . C.
G. C. Sloan, atockman, of Ritter, Ruln. They report a very pleasant
Grant couuty, was looking after some tjme.
business matters iu Ileppuer the latter
part of last week.
C. J. Blanchard and J. H. Alexander,
government inspectors, were here tev-
Pat McDaid, of Ella, was a bukiness er,i lUyi lbe rst wee, looking ftfler
visitor in our city Saturday. He says KOvernmcnt lands, and it is reported, to
the wheat yield is better than was ex- 0rder down fences if any be found on
peted iu his locality. government lands.
Spencer Akitrs Is the busiest farmer In I j, j,. Jenkins waa In Monday from
tins section ot Morrow county Just now. Kight Mile for supplies. He says heaxU
Beside the harvesting of his large crop of j, bou, ci.hed up in his vicinity,
grain be is constructing a fine new res- ,nd tUlil threshinir at his place will com-
lduce building on his farm we.t of menCe tomorrow. He has a fine crop of
town. wheat and all thruuuli the Hiolit Mile
J. II. Allen, who was in the city Satur I country the yield la away above the
day from Hardman, says the hay harvest average.
In his section is not finished up. The Cliff Jones, who was In Saturday from
cuttiug is about done, but there is Urge Iii,nt Mile u, thmt j. Wi Beckett
qoautities yet to stack. The crop was threshed one field cf his wheat last week
unusually large in the Hardman country aU(i ti,e Bverage yieja was 24 bushels per
this season. .pre. Mr. TUrkett had eallmaled hia
Oscar and Ernest Edwards were in average at from 18 to 20 bushels to the
from Sand Hollow Saturday. They re- acre. This would indicate that actual
port having their grain all cut and wilj measurement is running the yield up
commence threshing this week. They, considerably above expectations.
with Jay Deviu, have recently purchased jake Yollngi ho wag in from Eight
norse power mremer wnicn mey win Mjle FH(Uy itvt hii ion Robert, who
operate during the season. wi Ugen to Porli,nd recently for an
Strayed Away. One dark Iron gray operation for appendicitis, is getting
niarr, age four years, weight 1150 pounds, along nicely, being able to be up and
branded "J 7" connected, on left shoul-1 around part of the time. Mr, Young
der. A reward of 10 will be paid for alto reports that where threshing bat
delivery of animal at the John Her commenced on Eight Mile wheat is
ranch five miles northwest ol Ileppuer. turning out better than was expected.
n. A. mykks, ileppuer, ure. ai T, A- Drillken who returned Saturday
The following composed a happy band Irom trip through the Lexington
of young folks who spent Sunday at the country, says wheat down there it yield
Ditch creek camp: Will II. Bennett, ing all the way from 10 to 30 buchrle to
Earl Comer, Ralph Bwiuburne, Otto the acre. He visited three machines
Metschan, W. II. Story, Mable Ayers, that had been threshing for about
Pay Bartholomew, Edith, Grace and week and from what information be
Lulu Ilager. They report a very en- gathered the average yield per acre he
joyable trip. thinks will be something like 20 bushels
V. Geutry Is now comfortably located I John Kinsman ahipped carload of
In bis new quarters just north of the (twenty eight bead of beef cattle to
Palace hotel. He has fitted his shop up Troutdale Saturday. The cattle were
in fine style, a new marble double basin bought of Mrs. Killcup and Wadell
washstand being among the elegant fix- of Butter creek. The price paid was
tures. The new shop it more roomy, 2 r0 per hundred, the lowest price fo
has more light aud is In every way more which beef hat told for many months,
convenient than the old pue. and yet the prices re expected to drop
John Her, of Cloverdale, Tillamook lower unlesi the strike in the Eastern
county, is spending a few weeks In Mor- packing houses la settled soon.
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row county looking after hit raucn ana Now g the tjlue t0 nrt V0Ur real eatat
stock Interests here. Mr. tier reports the prospects are very favorable for
plendld crop of wheat on hit ranch be- lively filing 0f Morrow county realty
low town, which he hat rented to Mr. durng the next twelve montht. Th
II. A. Myers. He says crops In the val- countT nM been more thoroughly d
ley re unusually light thit season. vertii)ed the past few montht than ever
Tbe following campers at Ditch creek before, and thr.-e will doubtless be buy-
roturned from their summer outing Mon ers in the field soon. The Timet bat
day: Lutie Young, Emma Famtworth, made arrangements whereby we expect
Mary Farnworth, Geo, Thompson, Hi- to be able to handle considerable prop
ram Wlckersham, Garfield Crawford, erty right along. So if you have prop-
Mr. and Mis. Wm. Spencer, Alfred erty to tell it will be to yonr advantage
Ayers, Mrs. Wm. Ayers, Louis Bisbee, to call and list now. Remember it costs
Mr, and Mrs, Van Vactor, VY. L. Smith. I you nothing if no tale ii made,
Albert Lovgreo was in from his Goose
berry ranch Tuesday.
Charles Hams, of the Hotel Hardman,
was in tbe cityon business yesterday.
J. H. Barker, of Butter creek, was
transacting business in town yesterday,
J. R. Nunamaker, of Spring Hollow,
was in the city Tuesday on basinet!
Jeu Hayes wat over from Lone Rock
visiting with friends in Heppner this
Mrt. Ada M. Parker, of Hardman, was
visitor In Heppner the first of tbe
John Ilsyes. of Butter creek, trans
acted bus.nest In Heppner tbe first of the
Tbe family of Dr. Higgt returned
Tuesday from a two weeks' outing in the
J. P. Williams received this week hit
appointment at notary public and U. S.
L. J. and O. W. Sbaner were down
from Hardman Tuesday transacting bus
iness with Heppner merchants.
Mrt. D. W. Hornor, her daughter!
Nellie and Mrt. Joe Maye, of Hood
River, are visiting in Heppner this week.
The family of Heibert W. Bartholo
mew leave thit morning for Portland
where they will make their future home.
There will be preaching services in tbe
Bsptist church next Sunday morning
and evening by the pastor.
J. W. Mount, Pastor.
An expert typist would like to rent a
typewriter for evening practice. Ma
chine must be a atandard make, tingle
keyboard and in good condition. Call
at thit office.
Por Trade I have 100 head o cattle,
half and seven-eights Durham, that I de
sire to trade towards 3000 lambs. Ad
dress, Jesse Dodson, or O. Hunsaker,
North Powder, Oregon. a25tf
The three year old ton of Mr and Mrt
A. A. Willit of Social Ridge, died Tues
day of summer complaint. The remains
were brought here yesterdsy and inter
red in the Heppner cemetery in the
J. O. Kincaid, one of the prominent
merchants of lone, was a business visitor
in Heppner yesterday. In speaking of
the estimate of the wheat yield in tbe
lone county, Mr. Kincaid said it will be
fully up to expectations, and that lone
will probably ship more than 600,000
bushels during the season.
J. II. Cox tells us that he it jutt in re
ceipt of a letter from hit daughter Viv
ian, who it visiting at Waittburg, which
states that the planing mill and lumber
yard of A. M. McCoy in that place, wat
destroyed by fire Su.ulay, and that Mr.
McCoy was bsdly burned about the face
and hands while endeavoring to save hit
E. S. Cox, of Hardman, wat a passen
ger for The Dalles Monday morning
where he was interested in the purchase
of an isolated tract of land. Mr. Cox re
ports s'ock in fine condition in his sec
tion, and that the range in the moun
taint it very good yet. He also reports ft
splendid hay crop and the stockmen
have nothing to fear in the way of . feed
for their herds the coming winter.
Here it another evidence of the pro
ductiveness of Morrow connty soil: A
bill of corn wat brought to town by
Marion Evans, from hit ranch three
miles below Heppner, Saturday, tbe
ttalk of which measured exactly twelve
feet In length. Beside there waa a well
filled and fully matured ear of corn on
each stalk. The aample wat brought to
Minor A Co. in answer to an advertise
ment in which valuable prize was ot
fered for the best sample of Morrow
Jim Fritz, who sleeps in the First Na
tional bank, had quiet late-hour ex
perience with ft burglar last Thursday
night. It appears that the burglar wat
attempting to gain an entrance into the
building through back window on the
south side. He first attempted to raise
the bottom aaah, but being unsuccessful
in this he climbed upon the window sill
and lowered the top taah. In tom way
he lost control of the sash and it went
down with bang. By this time Jim
was fully awake, and deeming it prndent
to check further advances of the burglar,
emptied one barrel of hit thotgun over
tbe head of tbe intruder at ft warning,
The one thot tufficed to close the inci
dent, a the would-be bank robber
dropped from the window till and made
good hit escape.
SIX DAYS MORE t0hfe
GREAT REDUCTION SALE-:-
MINOR & COMPANY'S
EVERYTHING IN SUMMER GOODS
REDUCED ONE FOURTH TO ONE HALF
NEW GOOD3 ARRIVING EVERY DAY
KEEP POSTED, at the nicest and best things are picked up about at fast as they arrive.
MINOR & CO. MINOR & CO. MINOR & CO.
Dining room in connection with the
Pacific lodging bouse.
James Hart returned Saturday from a
week's outing at Ditch creek.
Ed. Rood returned Tuesday from a
two months' outing, which he spent at
the Newport beach and iu Portland.
K. B. Stanton came in last night from
Walla Walla and departed this morning
to look after hia wheat crop at Eight
Eben Andrews and family leave today
for Arlington, where Mr. Andrews has
accepted t position as clerk in the store
of Shurte & Weir.
Mr. end Mrt. W. J. Emery, who have
been visiting with relatives at Hardman
the patt three weeks, passed through
Heppner Tuesday enroute to their bone
at Freewater. Mr. Emery reports crops
in the Freewater country to be extra
good this season.
Commissioner Geo. Conser, of the
Lewis and Clark fair, withes as to state
through tbe Time that he it not pre
pared to handle fruits before preserved,
but that he will furnish jars and pre
servatives free of charge to the growers,
who are expected to prepare it for ex
hibit themselvea. Anyone having fruits
they desire for exhibit can secure jars by
ailing at tbe First National Bank, or by
mailing a reqnest for same to Mr. Con
ser. The exhibits are very much desired
but Mr. Conser says it it impossible for
blm to handle it, hence the request that
no more fruits In the raw state be tent
Heppner Flouring Mill.
Tbe Heppner Flouring Mill Co. are
making arrangements to handle ft large
amount of wheat-the coming season.
Tbe company has already ordered new
bolters, the best there ia to be had.
These are now on the way from the fac
tory and will be installed as rapidly as
possible after arrival so aa to get tbe
mill in operation at at early a date as
possible. Tbe capacity of the mill will
be increased fifty barrele per day, mak
ing it 123-barrel mill instead of 75
barrel at heretofore, and it ia tbe inten
tion of the company to keep tbe mill
going at its full capacity right along.
Flowers Clifton, the aeven-montbe-old
child of Rev and Mra. J. W. Mount,
died Sunday nigbt after an illness of a
week, from summer complaint. The
funeral was held from the family borne
on Gale street in this city Monday after
noon, tbe services being conducted by
Rev. I. D. Brown, and the remains laid
to rest in the Heppner cemetery.
This disease haa lost its terrors (inre
Chamberlain't Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy came into general use.
The uniform success which attends the
use of this remedy in all cases of bowel
complaints in children has made it ft
favorite wherever its value haa become
known. For sale by Slocum Drug Co.
GOOD ATTRACTIONS. SPLEN
DID RACING, BEST OF
Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend to the community
of Heppner our sincere thanks for the
kindness shown us in the sickness and
death of our little-Clifton.
J. W. Modst and Won.
A Fine Camp Ground with
room for all, fresh water pip
ed into the ground, plenty of
shade, Good Street Car Ser
vice and lots of Entertain
ment and Education for Ev
erybody .. ... .. ..
WYLIE A. MOORE3, SeCy.
RHEA & WELCH
We are now closing out our line of Summer Goods to
make room for the New Fall Stock
We have a line of shirt waists which
formerly sold at from $1.00 to $2.00
which we are now selling at 50c regard
less of cost or former prices.
The remainder of our stock of Men's
and Boys' Clothing will be sold at cost.
They will soon go at the prices we are
SOME NEW GOODS
A new line of Kingsbury hats in the
lates styles, just received. Prices very
We also have a new line of fine Ties
and a general stock of Men's Furnish
ing Goods at the right prices.
Our stock of groceries is now very complete. We carry 1 a full
line of canned fruits and vegetables of the choicest brands. We
make a specialty of Schilling's Best Baking Powder, Extracts and
Spices, which never fail to give entire satisfaction