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HEPPNER, OREGON,
VOL. 30. NO. 29.
CATTLE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913
MAN TELLS OF
EARLY EXPERIENCES.
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W. O. Minor, Local Man Is
Sketched Historically By
Fred Lockley in Oregon
Journal.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 PER YEAR.
Western National Stock Show,
Jake Young, bine stem wheat 1.
winning the first prize with him. CLASSIFIED LIST OF
Wes Marlatt, bine stem 2.
I have several hundred blue ribC. E. Jones, nlariners clnb 1: field
bons won as first prizes on my
corn Minn. 23 2: cultivator 1.
Shorthorn cuttle. Poland China
W O. Minor, best col. grsses J;
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hogs and Barred rock chickens.
broom corn 1.
I also have scores of silver cups
Mrs J. B. Carmichael, best dis
awardee me at the different
play nuts 3.
state, interstate and national e:r- - A Complete List of PrePeter Suabauer, best display nnta
hibitions. I used to run as high
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miums Won at The First W. O. Eavless, 12- ears yellow corn
as 32,000 sheep, but I have cut
my bands down, and do not run
10 stalks tweet corn 1 '
Annual Morrow County 1; Geo.
over 12,000 to 16, TOO now."
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Clogston, pop corn 2,
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Fair.
We have just received a Car
Load of
sweet nnrn
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"Sometimes a little thing will
E. R Lundell, sweedieh oats .
IRRIGON ITEMS.
change the whole current of a
Mra. E. A. Gammcll white barley 1.
Mr. C. W. Caldwell and son.
maris life." said. W. 0. Minor,
O. J. Cox 12 ears yellow corn 2;
Div. A Class 1 Thoroughbreds,
one of the best known stockmen Fred, are digging a well for Mrs.
rice tfD wrn 1.
"Acout 20 Mary Lester.
in eastern Oregon.
tiarlow and Gritnn stallion l and
Matt Hughes sheaf B. S. wheat 1.
years ago I drove 146 steers to
C A. Minor, forty fold wheat I.
Harry Lester's venture in the sweepstake.
B. F. Swsggarf, saddle horse 1
Butter creek as feeders. Butter hog business was short lived.
Henry Blahm. alfalfa 1. '
creek raises lots of alfalfa, and He sold his entire bunch to L. A.
Albert Jones white egyplian corn I. i
Dlv. 'A ClaBg 2 Standard Trotting
Echo used to be the great ship- Doble.
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E. Brown beardless barley T.
Horses.
ping point for cattle. When I
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Huston, B. S. wheat sheaf 2. i
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Matlock,
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gelding
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mare
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Mr. Williamson of Hermiston
came to sell my cattle the buyer
B. H. Peck, 13 ears white corn;;
Cla'ss
A
'Draft
any
Div.
4
Horses
offered me 825 a head for the was down last Sunday lookiner breed.
dry land products, 0 W R & N
special 1.
entire bunch. We could not for some trade in real estate.
1.
Omnr
mare
Stanton,
agree on the price as some of He figured a little on buviner Mr.
Heopner Milling Co. largest and f
N. H. Leathers; best colt 3.
old steers Carson's place.
them were 5 and
best display mfg flour 1.
L.
Wilkinp,
hiare and sweepstake.
and I thought they were worth
H. A. Emerson, honey exhibit 1; :
Irrigon's display at the Condon J. J H. Bellsnbrook
ieldine 2.
I finally told fair won three blue ribbons,
more than $25.
bees in hive 1.
Chas. Reed, beat draft team 1.
him that I would sell him' 125 at namely: Best general display of
Mrs. W. P. Rcrivner home made
Div. A Class 5 Grade Draft Horsed. soap 1.
his figure and would pick out the fruit: best vegetable and best
Lather Hustun. best grade colt 1.
remaining 21 and ship them my- display of muskmelons.
Mrs. C. M. Herren home made '
1 and 2.
W.
O.
Lamson.
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to
agreed
this.
He
self.
soan 2.
Old and young enjoyed a nice
;E. Nordyke, yearling cult 1.
old shortJ, Cox. liniTie made buttei 1.
ed out 13 5 and
in the E. & W. hall last
Div. A Class 6 Roadsters.
horns which were practically pure dance
Alfalfa lawn dairy, home made
Saturday
night. Everybody ex
Cnas. Roberts, mare 1.
bloods. I shipped them to Port2.
buiter
himself as having spent
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R. W. Snider, mare 2.
land, where I found a buyer. pressed
Div. I Domestic Mfg.
most enjoyable evening.
I told him that there were 13 big a
""Dlv 'A Class 7'Mu1sh.
Mrs. J. C. Devin woolen gloves 1.
Miss
Hill has, chanered
steers and 8 small ones. The
her
Chas. W. Fuller, best span mulsel.
Mrs. L. King rag carpet ruga 1;
buyer sized up the bunch and boarding place to Mrs. Castle's.
I. E. Holt best span mulse 3.
yarn rug 1.
said : Which do you.ca!l the small She stayed with Mrs. Egbert for
j. H. Bellenbrook, best mule 1
Clara A. Gilman drawn rags 1 and'
one month but owing to the ill
ones? I pointed out the eight
B. F. Swaggart, best male 2.
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2.
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and told him that they health of the latter she was
Jacks
Mrs. W. J. Beymer hand woven
would undoubtedly weigh much obliged to make the change.
B. F. Swaggnrt. bast jack 1.
blanket 1; hand woven bed cover 1. ,
less than the 5 or
M. F. Wadsworth, who has
J. W. Helms, best jack 2 and 3.
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Div. J Domestic Process.
He doubted it, so we put them been absent over a year to attend
Best Lady Rider
Myra Peck, assortment cakes 1.
on the scales, and to my surprise, to his father's mercantile busi
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Rosie Hayes, 1
Olive Frye brown bread 1 and 2.
J found that the eight small
ness in Glenco, "Minn., has returnLola Hayes 3
Mrs J. C.
tVattenbergur potato
shorthorns averaged in ed to assume his position with
Laveta Ha 3
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yeast bread 2.
weight 42 pounds heavier, than the firm of Egbert & Wadsworth.
B Class 1 Shorthorns.
picalilli !:
W.
ficrivner
Mrs.
P.
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eight
and
heaviest
of
the
the
W. O. Min ir, beat bull 1; best boll preserves 1; jellies ir canned fruit 2.f
Olin Hayes of Heppner arrived
This set me thinking
ball
Mrs. Elmer Lewis H M Co. speoial
pretty seriously. If a blooded here on Saturday ostensibly for under 2yrs. old 1 and 8: best 2yrs.
potato yeast bread 2; plate buns 1.
purpose oi enrolling as a pu- - calf 1; best cow 1; best heifer
steer at 3 years old would weigh the
11 in
the primary department, old : best yearling 1; best calf 1 and Mrs I. R. Holt canned fruit 1.
42 pounds more than ordinary
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Mrs. Teague canned corn 2.
he teacher, Miss Hill, however, 2.
stock 6 years old, and if it averMrs Jas Hayes yeast bread 1;
against
ruled
on
B
account
of
Jerseys.
this
2
Class
Div.
aged in cost $5 to winter a steer,
Gut Boyer, best cow 1 and 3: best canned beans 2: canned corn 1.
then I was out $15 on raising or- the age limit.
Mrs. W. O. Bavless canned vege
dinary stock.
A nice new Underwood type- heifer 3; best call 8: best herd 1.
tables 2: assortment pickles 2.
R. B. Wilcox, bull 2.
"Pure blood Shorthorn bulls writer has been purchased bv the
Peter Susbauer hand dried fruit 1.
were hard to get 20 years ago, so school board for the pupils of the
HoJstoins
Mrs. W. E. Straight canned beans
2
I took a pure blood Shorthorn high school.
cow
and
Wilkins
best
This was a much J. L.
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bull and some cows on shares needed addition and pupils and
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Grades.
Class
Div.
with Mr Harris. Some time later teachers alike are taking renewed
Di v. K Fancy Work.
R. B. Wilcox, beet cow 1; best
I bought Mr. Harris' cattle out- interest in their work.
Mrs.
Willard Herien wallachan- heifer 1 and 2.
right and began to buy others.
babydresal;
wallachan centerpiece
Div. C Class Sheep.
Peaches and grapes are still
I thought so well of my cattle
1; emb. baby muff, collar and cap 1;
ewe
R.
2;
A.
linccln
Thompson,
shipped daily here. The
that I shipped some to the State being
Irish crowchet jsbat 1.
particularly shrapshire rams 2.
Mrs. W. J. Beymer emb. Billow
fair. When I got there, I found weather has been
E.
oxford
ram
L.
2;
oxford
Kirk,
I was small fry among the big favorable for the grapes this fall, lamb 2: merino ewe 8.
slips 1: emb. pillow sips 1; crocheted
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fish. Right then I determined plenty of sunshine and little rain.
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T. Hughes, lincoln ram 1; dress 1.
early
The
a
rains
as
have
rule
Mrs. Chas. Thomson doillies 1 and
that I was going to win the caused them to split open and lineoln ewe 1; lincoln weathers 1.
sweepstakes some day, and that
2; doillies 1.
doc
Evans,
1;
billy
best
best
Eail
decision resulted in the founding rot.
Mrs.J C. Devin emb. corset cover
and kid 1.
Last week seemed to have been
of the Minor herd. The hardest
2;
porch work center piece : linen
Dv. D Class 2 Hogs.
competition I had were the cattle home coming day foe some of the
dresser scarf ; pillow bUd 2: punch
R. A. Thompson, best roUnd china worpk towel 1;
Irish crocheted hand
from Oak Hill Stock farm, owned boys. Among them we notice
pigs under 1 yr. 1, 2 and 3,
by Charles E. Ladd.
Ray
Caldwell,
Castle,
Walter
bas 1.
Frank
R. 8. Wilcox, duroo bow 1.
Brown, his manager, was scour Henry Corey, Oscar Corey, R. R.
Mra. H. E. Hinton, crocheted bed
J L. Wilkins, b st O. 10. hogs 1. spread 2; crocheted hand bag 3.
ingthe United States andOanada Henkle, and Henry Minnick,
Wightman Bros. , best dutoc boar
to get the best cattle that money Old associations are hard to forMrs. Frank Eayless crocheted rug
1.
could buy. I sold off my grades get.
1.
Div. E Class 1 Poultry
and began gathering a bunch of
Mrs. Clyde Brock, childs dress,
Will
Ball barred rocks 3; Indian drawn work 2. hardanger center piece
get,
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Lodge.
Will Attend Grand
the best stock that could
same 1.
I traveled over 2000 miles
2.
W. W. Smead and Vawter Crawford
E. G. Noble white wyandottes 1
good part of that way on horse
Mrs. S. P. Devin, eyelet shirtwaist
left the first of the week for Portland
back, going wherever I could to attend the grand lodge session of and sweepstake.
1; eyelet pillow sham 1; eyelet childs
B. P. Stone, golden wyandottes 1 hood 1; frencli center piece 1.
hear of a good animal, and usu Knights of Fvthias of Orpgon as
and 2.
ally buying it, I paid $20,800 for
Mrs. M. E Hendricson, punch work
of Doric Lodge No. 20, of
W. C. Cox, white wyandottes 2.
11 head. 1 paid $3500 for
piece 3.
centel
HepDner. The
Lodge convened
Edwad Xoison, R I Reds 3.
Shorthorn yearling bull called on Tuesday, andGrand
Margaret
Emreson, eyelet lunch
big
was
a
there
sub
J. F. Hall, Rl whites 1; buff cloth 1 : eyelet center piece 1 ; i hadow
Golden Goods. I later paid $1500 ordinate longe meeting
Monday evefor a heifer, expecting to take a ning when a large class was initiated rocks 1; black mlnarcus 1.
apron 1.
Moees Duran pekin ducks 1.
prize with her, and she was beat into the mysteries of the order and
Katie Minert, mounted niellick
Walter Meade brown leghorns 2.
en by a heifer of my own raising, the
piece 1; cut work embroidery
center
work exeuopl'fied by the best
R. W. Snider, white leghorns 1.
Golden Goods proved to be one teams
3; crochbtnd doily 1.
and the Bible
of
state,
the
L. W. Briges. R I Reds 1.
of my best investments.
He used was
Vivian C.x, emb. pillow slips 1
very book lieloneing to
Thelma Herren R I Reds 3.
took prizes wherever shown, and Justus H. theRathbonp,
and 2: night dress 3; drawers 1 ; tive-lthe
fonvdcr
of
Mrs I. E. Holt, bronze tnrkey 1.
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was ottered $0000 for him
doilies 1 and ; eyelet doilies 1;
J. H. Bush, white orD'ungtona 1.
My price, however was 412,000, order. Mr. Crawford will also at
emb. hack towels 1; corset cover 1
tend the session of the State Editor
Andy Cook, brown leghorns 1.
as he was worth that to me. He ial Association which meets on
and 2; night drees 1.
Toes
partridge
Mrs. Mattie Young,
slipped on the frozen ground last day
Mra. W. O. Minor silk bed quilt 1.
and continues over Friday.
wyandottes 1.
winter and hurt himself so badly
Ladies aid of Lexington, silk patch
Ecsie Shutt. buff cochin bantam 1. work quilt 2.
that he had to be killed.
Heppner
Meets lone.
D. C. Gurdaue, barred rocks 1.
One runs across many peculiar
Lena McFerren, hand painted sofa
W. Gemmell. white leghorns 2.
A.
High
The
school
Heppner
football
incidents
stock
the
in
business
pillow
2.
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une oiI tne most lamous prize team will meets mixed team fioni P H. Wightman, bronze turkeva 2.
Myra Peck, ebm. table cover 1.
Msr J. J. Wishtman, tonlouse
winners, owned by Charles Ladd lone on the lone field Dext Satnrdav
MisB
Millie Rood velvet patch
was Elgitha 25th. Mr. Ladd had afternoon. The game will be called geese I; Indian runner ducks 1.
work quilt 1
Arthur Minor, toulouse geese 1;
no success with her as a breeder, at 1:15 on account of the early train
Ethel Ashbangh eyelet center piece
silver pheasants 1 : eolden pheasants 2: ebm. collar 1; emb childs dress 1.
She was valued at $2500, and was back to Heppner.
Hepnner has serine good material 1; china pheasants 1.
finally purchased by C. B. Wade.
Mrs J A Waters lace handkerchief
of Pendleton. At the dispersion this year, and later in the season they
Div. F Farm Pordueta
1 ; emb center piece 1.
Herman Neilson. club wheatl 1;
sale of the Wade stock some should be playing good ball. The old
Clara A Mikesell cotton quilt 2.
years ago she was bought by men are. Potter. Younc, Mn.lJock. blue barley 1.
Mrs T J Matlock, silk sofa pillow
Mr. Glide of Sacramento, for (liatt, Yeager, Scmner. Elder, and
J. A. Carmirhnl, sheaf oats 3
land 2; battenburg sofa pillow 1:
The new men are Fisk.
$300, her low price being the re- Crawford.
F D Cox, sheaf oats i: beardless silk ebm. picture 1; eyelet lunch
sult of the fact that they had no Hayes, Bergstrom, Clark, Jnstux, Slo- - barlev 2.
cloth 2: center piece 1; burnt wood
Dan Rice, club wheat 2; blue s:em. wcrk 1: tea cloth 1; crocheted doilita
success in securing any calves com, Hushes, Miller, and Irwin.
The team meets Fosil hieh school ?amDle 1.
from her. Either through the
3; crocheted jabnt 1: crocheted
W. P. Hill Md corn 1.
change of climate or for some in two weeks. Geo. Case and F. V
l: crocheted center piece 2.
Ed CeTrace bent 12 ears field corn 1.
other reason, she was successfully Christensen are coaching the boys.
Mrs. M. C. Avers, drawn work
Peter Sanabuner, rye 2.
bred by Mr. Glide, and has had
doilie 1: jinen dresser scarf 3; punch
Chas O. Harebell, cox wheat 2: work pin cushion 1.
many calves since. I bought one Do you contemplate lmvlnsr any
biiihiing?
work done In the line of
rve l: black oats 1: best display
of her progeny, 'Elgitha King,' if
Mrs. Guy Boyer, hardanger dresser
no c:lve Harry Johnson a chance
as a
paying $525. to flgrure with you. First class work grain 1.
scarf 1.
W.W . Becbdoh, forty fold wheats
I exhibited him in the Denver and satisfaction guaranteed.
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CLOTHES THAT FIT
There are a great many men in this town who
are proud to say that Friedrich, the tailor makes
their clothes. They know why they get better
cloth, lining, and do not forget, workmanship. No
sweatshop work is ours.
We have the exclusive agency in Morrow county for Detmer Woolens. All pure wool guaranteed.
Friedrich
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THE BEST TAILOR.
READY FOR BUSINESS
I have opened a SHARPENING
and GRINDING SHOP, in the
building between City Meat Market and Haylors Jewelery Store.
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Reasonable Prices
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FRIEDRICH The Tailor is busy
but not too busy to take the
measure for your Fall suit
SILVERWARE,
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Work Guaranteed
Your money back if you are not satisfied.
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