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Tuesday, October 2, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tharp of Wil
oelmina, Oregon, are newcomers to
our community and will occupy
Tooma in the Dodd building. Mr.
Tharp is employed on the highway.
Mrs. Charles McDaniels is visit
ing friends and relatives in Hardman
Mr. Klages and Fred left Satur
day morning for Wenatchie, Wash.,
where they intend to help in the ap
Miss Frances Blayden returned on
Thursday from Walla Walla, Wash.,
where she has been visiting for the
Jack Gorham is in Heppner this
week acting as sheriff during the
absence of Sheriff McDuffee.
Rehearsals on the play the Aid are
planning on giving have been going
very slow. All those having parts
should make an effort to come to
Mrs. Jack Gorham and Janet went
to Heppner Friday to- witness the
Rodeo and returned Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Talbott were
visiting at the Blayden home a few
days last week, leaving for the
Round-Up early Saturday morning.
Mr. Talbott disposed of his second
load of prunes while here and is ex
pected back soon with a load of ap
ples and pears.
Several carloads of oBardman peo
ple went to Pendleton to see
data, on the famous, trail of our pio
neers. Mr. Meachan was one of the
men who were in charge of the pa
geant on Jnly 3 and 4 on the Blue
mountains which was attended by
the our latje President Harding.
I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bonebrake
Dorothy Boardman left a' week ago and little daughter, Alice, motored
last Sunday for Salem, where she will j here week ago last Wednesday from
enter Willamette university. Doris Seattle, Wash., on their way to the
Healey, another 1923 graduate of B. Pendleton Round-Up. Mr. Bonebrake
S., left on the same day lor Mon
mouth Normal school.
The highway camp at Castle Rock
closed down for four days, enabling
the employes to attend the Round-Up
A delightful surprise party was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Cramer, Wednesday evening as
they are going to make thfir home
in Portland soon. There were about
45 present and the evening was
spent in playing games and visiting,
after which a dainty lunch was
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKibbons and
three daughters of Greely, Colo.,
who accomanied the Meffords on
their way home from Colorado, left
for Los Angeles, Cal., where they
plan to spend the winter. Mrs. Mc
Kibbons is the daughter of Mr. Mef
Walter Meacham spoke Tuesday at
the high school on "The Old Oregon
Trail." giving some very interesting
WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOL
LOWING SIZES Of
AT THESE PRICES
31x4 Heavy Duty O'rsiz $19.50
32x4 " " " $19.95
33x4 " " " $20.55
34x4 " " " $21.15
32x41-2 " " $26.40
33x41-2 " " $27.00
34x41-2 " " $27.80
35x41-2 " " $28.45
HEPPNER TIRE &
New York Life
affords the holder PROTECTION in more
ways than one.
It protects your family in the event of your
It protects your business, of which you are,
perhaps, the most valuable asset, while you are
It protects your credit in times of financial
stringency by the loan privilege it offers.
It protects you by substantial payments if to
tally disabled by accident or disease.
It pays double in case of accidental death.
The New York Life offers many different plans
of insurance each of highest merit in its place.
Can you afford to take chances against fate
when you can secure absolutely reliable and
trustworthy protection at a moderate cost?
Think it over.
Phone Main 13 or write us 'and we will be glad
to call and show yourself and your wife just
what these policies are.
New York Life Insurance Co.
S. A. PATTISON, Resident Agent
is a brother of Mrs. Tom Miller
L. V. Kutzner and Ralph Lam
oreaux of Irrigon are in Longvlew,
Wash., working. They are looking
things over with a view of locating
Jesse Lower left Thursday for Los
Angeles and Fillmore, Cal., to see his
father and other relatives. Mr.
Lower is reported to be quite ill.
Mrs. C. D. Morey and daughter,
Elsie, of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Jones and children, Thelma
and Clarence from Woodland, Wash.,
were guests at the Miller home this
last week. Mrs. Morey is Mrs. Mill
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murchie left
Monday for Wasco. Mr. and Mrs.
Ballenger and Maxine went with
them as far as Arlington, returning
home on the train.
Mr. and Mrs. Kullenger and chil
dren of Eagle Creek are visiting at
the Ellis Garrett hbm,e this week.
Word has been received that Edna
Broyles has a position in the bank at
Colfax, Wash., for this winter.
Glen Garret motored to Condon
this week with his second load of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bl,eakman, from
Hardman are visiting at the Charles
McDaniel home this week. Mrs. Mc
Daniels returned home from Hard
man with them.
W. A. Mefford and family return-1
ed last week fro man extended trip
through- Wyoming, Colorado and
Kansas and other points. They made
the trip overland and reported a
most splendid time. Homeward,
they stopped at Yellowstone National
Miss Zoe Hadley celebrated her
birthday anniversary by inviting all
her friends, both old and young to
her home, Saturday evening. Games
were played throughout the evening
until a dainty lunch was served,
which was enjoyed by all. Everyone
soon departed, wishm;; Zoe many
more such happy birthdays.
Earl Cramer has disposed of his
school truck to Gene Cumins. Mr.
Cumins will take over the route Mon
Alton Klitz has returned home
from Colfax, Wash., where he has
been working in the harvest.
Ralph Davis, station agent, was a
Hermiston visitor last Monday eve
ning. Mr. Davis was to have ac
cepted a position with the railroad
in their offices in Portland, but
after considering the matter has de
cided to remain in Boardman. Mr.
Goodwin, also of Boardman, accom
panied Mr. Davis.
Among the visitors from Hermis
ton Friday were Mr. E. P. Dodd and
C. G. Blayden and George Agee
motored to Arlington Saturday.
Mr. Imus has moved his three
daughters into the rooms vacated by
the McDaniels family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Funk and
daughter, Miss Geraldine, of Cecil,
spent the week-end with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Curran and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nys of Heppner
made a short call in Cecil on their
return from Pendleton on Sunday.
Miss Cleta Palmateer of Windy
nook accompanied by Miss Thelma
Morgan of Boardacres, were calling
in Cecil on Sunday.
Miss Lina Trvedson of Ella was a
Cecil visitor on Monday.
Rev. Irvin I. Wood of Ontario held
a service in Cecil hall on Sunday eve
ning. Mrs. Melville Logan, who has been
visiting in Condon for several days,
returned home on Monday.
S. E. Notson and Sheriff Devin of
Heppiijer were called to Cecil early
Sunday morning to investigate an ac
cident between two cars near Ewing.
Luckily no one was hurt, but the cars
were badlyi damaged.
Misses Violet Ledford and Mildred
Henriksen of Strawberry ranch ac
companied J. C. Kelsay to Grass Val
ley on Sunday where they spent the
day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chandler of
Willowcreek ranch visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Hynd at Butterby
Flats on Sunday.
Mrs. Hazel Logan of Four Mile
left during tly; week for Portland
where she will visit friends for some
E. H. Harbison, grain buyer of
Morgan, was investigating the grain
situation in Cecil on Monday.
Haymaking was put a stop to on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday by
rain which visited Cecil during those
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Minor and
Mrs. Georgia Krehs and sons were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Minor at
The End of the Trail ranch near
lone on Thursday.
R. E. Stender and sister, Miss
Flossie, were Heppner visitors on
Mrs. N. I. MorrisTm of Rockcliffe
left on Friday for Hermiston where
sh,e will visit for some time.
A good many people turned out on
Wednesday to hear Bishop Reming
ton, his wife and Rev. E. Miller of
Hood River speak in Cecil hall. The
addresses were very impressive.
Bishop Remington hopes to be able
to visit this locality often and wishes
everyone to come and join in the
Congratulations are extended to
Mr. and Mrs. Muller of Rhea siding
on the arrival of a fine daughter on
September 25th. Dr. Walker of lone
was In attendance.
Mrs. George A. Miller and son,
Elvin, of Highview ranch, were tak
ing in the sights at the Rodeo In
Heppner on Saturday. T. H. Lowe,
Cecil postmaster, storekeeper, etc.,
was also a county seat visitor on Sat
urday, as were also Warren Stender
of Seldomseen and Walter Pope of
J. Hill, traffic auditor for the
Union Pacific railway, was doing
business in Cecil on Thursday.
Mrs. Roy E. Stender was a visitor
at the home of Mrs. H. J. Streeter
"Tly? Mayor" and his wife left on
Thursday for their town residence in
Heppner where they entertained
during the Rodeo.
Miss E. Silverston of Astoria has
opened her school at Rhea siding.
Miss S. will reside with Mrs. Karl
"Wid" Palmateer of Wlndynook
honored Cecil with a visit on Friday
in search of fine weather, to enable
him to finish his threshing. Ho
found what he cany; for and left re
joicing, declaring he was going to
come to Cecil hull on Saturday night
and buy the biggest basket on sale
t, the social, even if it were a clothes
We want to see the name of Cecil
in the list of Morrow County Japa
nese relief funds. Now is your
chance. Come to the basket social
and dance to be held in Cecil hall
Saturday, October 13. Everyone wel
come. Ladies, brings your baskets
brimful of eatables. Gents, come
with pockets full of money and buy
baskets, eat, dance and be merry
all to help out tli,e stricken Japanese.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Foitolfice
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
WOODSON & SWEEK
DR. A. D. McMURDO
PHYSICIAN and 81114. 1 ON
Office Patterson's Drug Store
75c & $1.00
Over Case Furnituie Co.
When in need of any
thing in the line of neat
and attractive Printing.
Same E. Vim Vac'or It. It. Dutler
Van VACTOR & BUTLER
Suite 304 First National Bank Bldg.
THE DALI.ES, ORKtiON.
WATERS & ANDERSON
1 JKK INSURANCE
C. C. Patterson
RAGS WANTED Clean to to.v
rags wanted at Herald officii. Kn't
underwear, etc., not acceptable. 12-11'
(Written by Dona Brown, 9 Years
Old) See the pretty clothes hanging on the
The line is stretched from tree to
The bird nest overhead is neatly
And the garden over yonder has no
weeds to be seen.
It's just green, glittering leaves all
And the hollyhocks on the other side
With flowers bo bright and pure and
bees a humming all around.
Oh, it's such a joy to Bee them all so
And the children, so clean and fair
It's a joy to see them there.
I think they wash their hands with
Lots of soap and water.
So all these things are good becaupe
they help to keep health.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I Notice is hereby given that W. B.
Potter, administrator d bonis non
1 with the will annexed, of the estate
I of Ellis Minor, deceased, has filed
with the County Court of Morrow
1 County, Oregon, his Final Account
as administrator of said estate and
.that Uie court has fixed Monday, the
j 5th 'lay of November, l'j'i'i at 10
o'clock A. M. as the tinn , and th-
County Court Room in the Court
. house, at Heppner, Oregon, as (he
' pHf- for hearing said account ai.d
any objections thereto.
Dated and published the first time,
this 2nd day of October, 1&23.
W. IS. POTTER,
We have grasshopper poison mix
ed ready for use. Brown & Lowry
At the Latest Prices The Lowest
You will find the Firestone Dealer one
of the stable business men of your com
munity. He offers a clean, fresh stock,
backed by a well organired service. He
wants you as a permanent customer.
That is the reason he sells Firestone
tires. He knows and has plenty of proof
that they are the best tires on the mar
ket. He can jive you the greatest value
and thereby retain your trade for years.
Every day you find new proof of thia
tmequalled value. On the 15th of this
month, Firestone Tires set two new dirt
track records at Syracuse when Tommy
Milton slid around four turns at every
mile and covered the 100 miles in 75 min
utes, 33 hundredths second. He also
established a new world's record for one
mile by covering it in 42 and 28 hun
dredths seconds. The next four cars to
finish were also equipped with Firestone
Gum-Dipped Cords. Each one of them
went the entire race without a stop. This
and every other important race this yeat
was won on Firestone Gum-Dipped
Cords and Steam-Welded Tubes. Such
performance gives you conclusive proof
of their strength and durability.
Not only do race drivers uae Firestona
Tires as protection to their lives and the
surest way to victory, but the largest
tire buyers in the world inaiat on and
buy Firestone Tires for economy and
service. These buyers Include the loading
car manufacturers, the biggeat commer
cial car operators and the tazicab and
motorbus operators. 57,639,714 tire
miles were sold to tazicab and motorbos
operators in the month of August.
Think this over. You cannot after .1
to accept anything less than Firestorm
service and economy. You can buy th' a
service and economy from any of tl.3
dealers listed below.
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
Il'iai ilin.in and Heppner
C. C. GRIMM,
, Lexlimt'in, Oregon
I. R. ROBISON,