Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924, September 05, 1922, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    Tuesday, September 5, 1922
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
PAGE FIVE
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Mesdames E. R. Lundell and J. E.
Swanson, of lone, have been visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Lundell at Ktiea Siding for several
days during the past week.
Mrs. Zennith Logan left Cecil on
Saturday with two of her brothers
and their families' from Yakima for
Helix, Oregon, where they will visit
relatives for several days.
Miss Pat Mahoney left on the local
Saturday for Heppner after rusticat
ing at the residence of the Mayor
for some time .
Miss Violet Hynd was the week
end guest of Miss Mildred Henrick
sen at Strawberry ranch.
Clifford Henricksen who has been
visiting friends in Portland and other
valley points returned to Willow
creek ranch Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Van Schioach
of Cottage Grove, who have been
visiting at the Last Camp left Satur
day for Arlington.
A large party of the young people
from the Cecil district thoroughly en
joyed the Harvest dance at lone Sat
urday night but we only wish they
hadn't sung "We Wont Go Home Un
til Morning," in such a high key for
11 the cats and dogs in Cecil joined
in the chorus. And Oh Boy! The re
sults were J
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hynd and
children, of Ukiah, W. G. Hynd and ,
Dave Hynd, of Sand Hollow, s'pent
Sunday and Monday visiting their J
friends in Sunny Cecil and also tak
ing in all the improvements at the j
Hynd Bros. Butterby Flat ranch.
John Krebs sat dreaming over his
campfire in the mountains a lew
nights ago. Sleep at last overcame
John and all went well until ho was1
aroused by a terrific heat and smoke
and discovered his clothes burned to
a cinder. John conquered the fire
and then fled to his friend Phil
Brady's camp, where that gentleman
was peacefully snoring. John helped
himself to some clothing and return
ed to his1 own camp. We have been
told that later that night Phil went
through the same trouble and was
wihout clothing until he visited his
next neighbor's camp. It is rather
funny that John didn't tell Phil of
his trouble nor Phil didn't tell John
yet the news got out.
Mis&'js Zella and Reita Kelly, of
Parkdale were the week end guests
cfMr. and Mrs. George Krebs at the
Last Camp.
' Walter Pope left Cecil on Thursday
for a trip on the Columbia highway.
Misses A. C. and M. H. Lowe of
the Highway House visited with Mr.
and Mr3. Phil Brady at Athlone Cot
tage on Monday.
Gene Logan, of The Willows and
Sydney Wilmot of Portland arrivod in
Cecil on Saturday and are having the
time of their lives in rediscovering
Morrow county before leaving for
their homes.
Robert Lowe and his radio, which
he has almost got completed spent
Thursday at HighvicW, the home of
Elvin Miller, where Robert intro
duced the radio to his' young friend.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hardesty and fam
ily and also E. B. Gorton, of Morgan,
were visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Streeter cn Sunday. Mr.
Gorton had heard so many good
things said about Cecil that he fel'
obliged to call personally and verify
the reports..
Mr. and Mrs. Ksrl Farnsworth and
family who have been spending sev
eral weeks in the Hood River dist
rict, returned to their ranch near
Rhea Siding, all feeling much im
proved in health by their outing.
Grover Curtis, of Rhea, left r
Thursday lor The Grand Dalles,
Washington, where he wil lvisit with
his sister before leaving for a tour
through the Eastern states.
Miss Violet Medford, of Canby, ar
rived at Strawberry ranch on Wed
nesday in readiness to open the Rhea
Siding school where she will teach
for the coming term.
State Highway CommiiSioner W. B
Barratt and family and Mr. Johnson,
,f Portland made a short visit at
ijuueiuy fiats i uursuay un inuir nay
home to Heppner after a delightful
trip touring through Oregon.
Mrs. Davidson and friend, Mrs. Mc
Clough, of Hood River, were callers
on friends near Hood River Thurs
day. Johan Troedson, of Ella, was a
business man in Cecil on Monday.
V. G. McCarty and his daughters.
Mrs. B. G. Sigsbee and Mrs. L. E. '
Van Marter. returned Sunday evening
from an extended auto trin thrnnt-h
California.
Mrs. Vinton, Miss Odile Groshen
and Miss Anna Dohertv left Smulnv
morning for Coquille. Oregon, driving
diuunn oy crater lake, and up the
coast route to Coquille. j
Mrs. Lucy Wedding left Monday
morning for Portland on business
and expected to go from there to
Portland for a visit before taking up
school work for the winter.
WANTED An experienced, trust
worthy lady wants steady situation
on a ranch where she will have full
cnarge ot housework. For particu
lars enquire at this office. 19-20
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Latourell
returned Friday from a visit at Port
land and left Monday for a hunting
trip in the wilds of Grant county
near Fox valley.
Mrs. George Blahm and dr.ughtor,
Elizabeth, left this morning for Port
land where the ywill visit for a week
or so before going to Centralia,
Washington, where they will make
their future home.. Mr. Blahm will
join them in Portland about the 15 LI
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stilwell, who
visited their nephew, Ray M. Oviatt
he.-e recentl:-. met with "a f it.-l no-
cident mear Tacoma while on their
way from Heppner to British Colum
bia to visit a so.i who resides there.
While drivin gon the Camp Lewis
highway, a cow steppei in front of
their car so close that Mr. Stilwell
coull neither stop nor avoid the ani
mal. The car was overturned ad
M-s. Stilwell wr3 so seriously injured
i t 'oiie died beloro reaching a "100
pital. Two Ford loads of young people
from Gresham arrived in Heppner
Sunday afternoon after many trials
and tribulations. They left Gresham
Saturday and expected to reach
Heppner the same evening but they
also left the proper road to Heppner
and it was not until sometime Sunday
forenoon that they located it again.
They figured that the detour amoun
ted to only a hundred miles or so.
While in town they visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs'. Albert Adkins.
The party leit lor Ciesham ;ionday
morning.
FOB SALE Used Ford in good
repair for sale cheap. Enquire at
Universal Garage.17-20 pd.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE CHEAP
160 acres, sheep or dairy ranch on
railroad and highway, under irrigat
ion. Part down balances terms.
Also 291 acres farming land in
crop at $20.00 per acre. Part down
terms on balance at 6 per cent. Three
miles from railroad, three-quarters
mile from school, on county road.
Good well oC water. For particulars
and full information address:
HERALD OFFICE, Heppner,
Oregon. 17-20
PHONE 872
ALEX tilllll. Plumber
At Starkey's Electrical Store
I Fix Any Old Tliine
Auto radiators. Ranges, Heat
ers and Tinware. Dirty Chim
ney Cleaned. Key Fitting
Glazing Etc.
at Thomson Bros, for
Boy's and GirPs School Wear
OUR Assortment of Boy's
and Girl's footwear for
the school season were never
more complete.
Boy's and Girl's Shoes $3.00 to $5.00
Boy's and Girl's Sweaters $2.50 up
Boy's Knicker Suits $8.50 to $ 1 5.00
Boy's and Girl's Windsor lies .35c - .50c
Boy's andGhTs Blouses $1.00 and $1.25
Srhool Hose 25c - 35c - 50c
Thomson Bros.
Heppner - - - Oregon
Superior Drills Van Brunt
Price List Single Disc
.'4 x 7 $168.00
S x 7 205.00
16x6 180.00
20 x 219.00
16x6 187.00
x 7 ' 210.00
20 x 6 222.00
We handle the Oliver and John
Deere lines. Plows, Harrows,
Discs, and Winona Wagons
NONE
BETTER
Peoples Hdw. Co.
Heppner, Oregon
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
R. Z. GROVE
DENTIST
Successor to 11, j. Vaughn
Permanently located In Odd
fellow's L'uilding
HEPPNER, OREGON
DR. A. D. McMURDO
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Telephone 122
Office Patterson's Drug Store
HEPPNER, OREGON
F. A. McMENAMIN
LAWYER
Office Phone Main 643
Residence Phone Main 665
Roberts Building
HEPPNER, OREGON
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
Office in Court House
HEPPNER, OREGON
DeLUXE ROOMS
Summer Rates
75c & $i.oo
Over Case Furniture Co.
Siune E. Ynu Vuctor
II. It. Butler
Van VACTOR & BUTLER
ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW
Suite 304 First National Bank Bldj
THE DALLES, OKIfiUOX.
WATERS & ANDERSON
I'IKli INSURANCE
Successors to
C. C. Patterson
HEPPNER, OREGON
WOODSON & SWEEK
ATTORN E Y S-AT-LAW
Masonic Building
HEPPNER, OREGON
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pared to take advantage of opportunities
when they offer. His experience has shown
him that the only opportunities that can do
him any good are those which he is in a posi
tion to grasp. lie knows that he must be
prepared beforehand.
A savings account at this bank pays you
4 interest compounded semi-annually. In
case you need the money you can call and
get it at any time. If you 'should not pay
any attention to your account whatever,
your interest goes on just the same, and is
added to the account every six months.
Such an account grows rapidly.
Let us help you to get in a position to
grasp the next opportunity that conies your
way. Vc invite you to open a savings ac
count with us.
First National Bank
Heppner Ore.
WE PRODUCE PRINTING THAT PLEASES
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Economy Sure Seal
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helps Grocery
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