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THEHEPPNER HERALD. HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, September 5, 1922
construction work now in progress
there. Mr.'Baldock wis formerly in
charge of the work in .Jrls c"un:y but
was 1 iter promoted to the r.osition of
district engineer with headquarters
"M tCl 17
R. II. Baldock district en? nee- foi
J V j the highway commission, accompan-
v LOCAL NEWS ITEMS-"" j U a by Assistant Chief Engineer Kelly
v TT V i of Salem, were in town for a 3'ori.
.-. V V VV VV . j(j,lle Friday cm their wy to tre;ai La Grande.
Ttr and Mrs. V. O. Tinylws have ! (; illiam county section of the Oregon- Frank Lieuallen was
returned from a few day's visit at , Washington highway to iii'Uev. . the I visitor Saturday.
W;.lla Walla. I
,'Ir. and Mrs. Harold Colin have re- !
turned from a short visit at Portland '.
and the coast. j
!MXM iiiKl ISO.Wtl) For two '
school f;irls or two school i;oys. In
quire of Mrs. ILL. Bengo, City. 13-20
Leo Bartholomew, of Hlanfiold, !
visited his grandmother, Mrs. Man
Ji.t, tholomew, of this city recently, i
.Vhy pay more for gasoline when 1
"i can get it at the Byeis Chop Mill
for 30 cents a gallon? 8tf
A mariage irent. was issue;! 1v,l
F,ilay to Fdwanl Iteitman, of lone, i
ri i' Miss It u th Van Vaelor, of '1 he I
J'. U s.
'lay ItogerH returned Thursday I
ev ning from an enjoyable two week ,
vacation spent at Portland and coast
.Miss Minnie Crltes, of Portland,
r ii ' has been visiting at. the Theodore
A .'ei-sou ranch where tier brot'.er is
i hiployed, returned to her home Fri
day. A daughter was horn to Mr. and
Mr.!. Claud Coats, of Oregon City,
A:;u8t 24th. Mrs. Coats was for
merly Miss Flossie Harlow, of this'
Miss Virginia Carran, of Gresham,
wim has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J'ri'itt Cox, of Sanl'ord canyon for sev
,er:il weeks, left l'r r her homo Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Alters are spend
ing a couple of weeks in Portland
and their daughter, Miss Alma Alters
who accompanied them to the city
v !l spend the winter there.
Mr. anj Mrs. Jiinry Peterson and
l ii.le son Henry jr., of Kigh'.niile,
wco in town Wednesday on a snop
p!ng trip. Mr. Peterson ray; Ids
wheat crop averaged 22 1-2 bushels
fl. W. Swaggat camo over from
Pendleton yesterday to look alter
business matters and visit old friends,
(ieiirgo Mays lie recently bought a
cargo o fmonkoys at a bargain, and
he is1 taking orders- for the lively pets
among his old friends who need them
Charlie Harlow, who has been
v.ii king for some lime on a radio out
M was able to pick up some broad
;,, ilng I'roin the Orrgonian h'talion at
Portland and also heard portions of
n conversation from tho Catalina
' on off the California coast.
II. W. Oliver who hns been, in the
e loy el' the coiinly highway de
pi' 1 1 meat for a couple ol years as an
cspert rock man, lias moved his fam
ily lo town for llio wimlcr. They arc
occupying (he Mrs. Thompson resi
de, ice in (he northwest part of town.
' lr .and Mrs. John Wiidenan left
Friday morning for Hot Lake where
he goes for treatment for rheumatism
Mr. Wlideiian has been Kul'l'ering
from that trouble for several weeks
and only returned from Carson,
springs a short time ago where he
failed to get permanent relief.
F. It. Wilson, formerly of the lone
section, now residing at Santa Anna,
' lornia was here during the week
visiting friends and looking after
bu.-iness loaders. Mr. Wilson's home
s :'0 miles i-.hu Mi from Los Angeles
mid 40 miles from the ocean and thej
hae both line fruit farms mid oil
'i "s .down I here.
Mr. and Mrs. Key V. Whlteis and
Mi'. Claud Co droie to Arlington
Tliiiisday iil'lernooon where the two
la.'ioM took the train that night for
an eastern trip, Jls. fox going to
M o Pros, hospital at Kocbesler,
Mum., for treatment, and Mrs.
W'hitels to Galeshnrg, III., where she
will visit relatives, later going to
Clii'-ago for a post graduate cour.io In
iiuirslng. She expects to be away
from lleppn. r about eIx montlm
If you want to know the real fascin
ating joy that only beach vacation
can give. Fishing, clam-digging, hun
ting, horseback riding, golfing, ten
nis, etc., are also among the delight
ful, health-giving pastimes at the
Reduced H'inpd Fares
are still in affect; but the season is
getting short, so doin't delay Ask
our agent for "Outings in the Pacific
Northwest" and "Oregon Outdoors";
then pack your outing duds and pur
chase a Round Trip Summer Excur
sion Ticket via the
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
Insuring tho most wonderful trip
down through the Columbia River
Gorge Let our agent tell you nil
about it, arrange your itinerary and
make your reservation.
C. DARBtT AGENT
AV.M. McMURRAY, Gen. Pass. Agt.
GILLIAM & BISBEE'S
Come and get the county agent's
machine for the dry treatment of
your seed wheat with copper carbon
ate. The work is done perfectly and
economically. Get y6ur order ir
early as it takes some time to make
We have sold all kinds of grain
drills but have decided that the
Kentucky Double Run feed is the
best suited for this territory. Come
in and look them over for yourself.
The Revolving Rod Weeders are
the ones that get the weeds.
If you are geing to use the dry
treatment for your seed wheat you
cannot afford to pass up the Calkins1
GILLIAM & BISBEE
DIAMONDS -:- WATCHES -:- JEWELRY
PIANOS -:- PHONOGRAPHS
USED CARS FOR SALE-
Ono ton Republic truck, express
ho'1'-, pneumatic tl.es, motor com
pletely eve: hauled.
' ''20 7 passenger Ilmh'oii,
overhauled, ood cird tires.
IMS lludion Sptndster. F.xecl
I condi-ion. Fixe almost new
All of the above are real bargains
I. ' :i. prices w e offer them.
'.' e Your Own Terms In Kcn.-on
!-. e ;::
w v :
wrecked a 1017
t'K'.ny p.u-'H Itisos as
:V!l we al'e selling
"A "en! l'Luo lor i;'al lliinruiiis."
ASM - fel pit
School Time Again and with it
Comes the Problem of Clothes
The easy and satisfactory way to handle it
is to either send or bring your Boy here and
from our specially selected collection of
School Clothes choose his requirements.
Our usual low prices for high grade Clothing and Furnishings
make your task both pleasant and profitable.
MINOR & CO
B. G. Sigsbcc, jSIgr.
Program from Sep. 5 to Sep. 1 1 Inclusive
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Dorothy Gich in "THK CtMOST IV THE GARRET." . An orgy
of thrills and laughs and shivers. The funniest girl oa the
screen in a picture that smashes the blues..
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
"DKCKITIOV," A Romance of Loves Behind a Throne. The
real life story of beautiful Anne Boleyn. The girl v.'ho sacri
ficed love for the throne of Henry VIII.
She won the kitJs of a king, and a mighty eniiire was
shaken. She gained a regal crown, and the world was torn
Then beneath the robes of royalty, her heart was cpuimed
by the world's worst husband. A talei that will live as long as
men and women, love. Filmed on a gorgeous background s of
pomp and Spletndor never approached in another screen pro
duction. ALSO COMEDY
Mai-y Miles Minter as Judith Baldwin and Monte Blue as Tod
Musfjrove in "MOONLIGHT AND HONEYSUCKLE."
Judith could squeeze more romance into a couple of hours
than the average spinster enjoys iin a whole life time.
Mischievous, rollicking youth that blithely forges its way to
happiness in spite, of all obstacles is the principal ingredient in
this swiftly moving Itealart Comedy.
House Peters and Fritzi Brunette in '.'THE MAX FROM LOST
RIVER," by Katherine Newlin Burt, a thrilling romance of
love and loyalty, jcowardice and courage from the Big Timber
country.As1 good as "The Branding Iron" and "Snowblind". A
classicjof the North Woods; a picture for the people who like
the Sensation of being alive.
ALSO Booth Tarkington's two reel comedy, "Edgar, Detective"
John Morrison, the great Irish singer, and Elsie Clifton,
dainty actress and talented pianist, present the beautiful tsix
reel feature, "SILVER THREADS AJIOXG THE GOLD," villi
You have heard the song now see the PICTURE a
Children 30c Adults 55c
SHOW STARTS AT 8:09 O'CLOCK SCARP
Pictures and Vaudeville
CreeK Ranch Bargain
iSo acres, 40 acres under the ditch, 100 acres
in wheat and summer fallow, good house
and other buildings. Only two miles from
town. On highway and railroad.
Price Including All Stock and Implements
Roy V. Whiteis
Lame and interfering horses Carefully Attended
GENERAL BLACKSMITH I Nf.
Located at Scrivner's Blacksmith Sh