The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, February 22, 1912, Image 3

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    PR0PHS3I01TAL CA.3B3DS
C. E. WOODSON.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W
Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OfHce on went and of May Street
Heppuer
Oregon.
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oflicelu Court IIouho,
Heppnor, Oregon,
F. H. ROBINSON,
L A W Y E R
lone, -
Oregon
W. H. D03YNS.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
lono,
Oregon.
IV. L. SMITH,
ABSTRACTER.
of . abstract book
Only complete eet
iu Morrow ooiiLty.
Ukipnhu,
Oi:koon
CORRESPONDENTS' PAGE.
A News Budget From Writers From
all Over the County.
vvww
IONE.
J. E. Cronan who
at Portland for some
on Saturday's train.
has been down
time, came In
F. II. Wilson went down to Port
land Wednesday morning. Frank is
full of business these days.
A. Carlson went down to Portland
luesduy of last work on a business
and pleasure trip combined.
Uert Mason returned from Portland
Monday of last week, where lie epent
a week ot pleasure and business.
Cap. KichardBon and wife have pono
out to tho John Williams ranch to
assist John with the Spring work.
T. J. Mahonev was down from
Ileppner last Saturday looking after
the bank iu Mr. Cronan 's absence.
Herb Olden was in from his ranch
last week with a load of hen berries
and remained over riiyht to attend
lod''e.
Prof, Kaufman went up to Lexing
ton Tuesday nijilft of last week. lie
and Rev. Rcade came back to lone
Wednesday morning.
has
inn the roof of his mouth, the nails on
the end of his toes? What does he
raise from a slip of his tongue?
Who plays on the drum of his ears?
And who can tell of the cut and stvle
of the coat his stomach wears? Can
the crock of his elbows be sent to
jail, and if o what did it do? How
does he sharpen his shoulder blades?
I'll be hanged if I know, do you?
J. P. WILLIAMS
Notary Public
Of lice with S. K. Van Ynotor
OR. M. A. LEACH
IBXTIST
Permanently located iu Heppner. Office
iu the new Fair building. Gas ad
ministered.
OSTEOPATH Y AND
AIKCILVNO-TIIEllArY
Dr. Martha S. Arledge, D. 0.
Dr. J. P. Conder. ALT- D-
Treatment of till discuses
5)i) pir cent, of coses successfully t.eated
without operation
IN. E. WINNARD, VI. D.
Graduate of :
Lenox C liei?e, 18S5.
Chicago Homeopathic Med Collect
1S90.-
Rusk Medical College, 1892,
F. E. Boyden, M. D.
PlIYSJCIAN it Sl'KUKON
& Son's
Oflice in rear of Patterson
Lrun Store.
HF.ITNKR
OREGON
Rev. I.owrencn Wright, who
been holding revival meetings in
for some time departed for Eu
on iuesnav ot last week.
J. Ii. Howard and his wife, who
have been visiting about lone for tho
past week, left for their homo at
Portland on last Monday.
LEXINGTON.
Bill Sntherland is in our city for
a few days.
Mrs. Bresheara and daughter at
tended mass at Ileppner on Sunday.
Mr?. Eflio Akers and baby returned
to Tcpuenish, Wash, after a vit-it
with relatives and friends.
Tho local Odd Fellows entertainer
1 hair !r,tr,d Master 'at a call meeting
on Friday nij,'ht and refreshments
wero served.
Mrs. S. I. Strallon came up to lone
Monday of la--t week, and after spen
ding the week here, returned to her
homo at Lyle, Wash. , last Monday.
C. E. Carlson and wife went up to
Heppner Monday night of last week,
returning Tuesday morning. They
wero accompanied by Mrs. Sam E.iteb.
Mr. Jim Baker, who has been visit
ing with friends and relatives in and
about lone for tho past week, return
ed to his home at Portland Wednesday
morning.
We understand that Mrs. John Wilt
of lone will have a fine stock of
Easter bonnets ou har.d in plenty of
time for the ladies to make a selec
tion some time in the near future.
Joe Cronan went up to Heppner last
Friday evening and was operated on
for appendicitis. He was getting
along nicely when we last heard of
m, and hope he will be with us
again soon.
Mrs. Anna Pickets, vvbo has made
Lexinjjtm her home for the past six
months went up to Parkers Mill to
live with her daughter.
George Zink, who accompanied his
father on a visit to relatives, returned
line norae on Friday niilii. He expects
cue i his father homo on Saturday.
T. M. Scott returned from a few
days journey to Seattle. Mr. Scott
-itys he his disposed of his land here
and will shortly leave for that place.
The ladies Home Mission Society
wish to thank the people for their
cenernus palronnae at their handker
chief bazaar aud supper given on Feb
14th,
Mrs. Amv Standish and hnsbaud,
after visiting a few days with Mrs,
Standish's brother and his family
Mr. and Mrs. Will Leach, returned
to their homo on Thursday.
Prof. Kaufman, of lone, lectured
before the Men's Club here on Tues
day night. After the lecture a bau
qnet was served to the members of
tho Club by the ladies of the town.
friends last Wednesday evoninij. An
even number of boys and girls were
there and amused themselves with
various games. Refreshments were
served and all report a good time, tj
Visitors'at R. F. Wiglesworth's
Sunday were I. 0. Cox and family,
W. E. Wiglesworth and family, Miss
Goodall and Miss Mathews and
Messrs Casper Payne, Gus Ieftwich,
Chas. Long, Geo. Oooley , Harve Ooxen
and Arthur Ayers.
HARDMAN.
Al Avers spent Saturday night in
Hardman.
Chance Wilson, of Monument, was
in Hardman Monday evenino.
Everyone is looking forward to a
fine time at the coon dance Friday
night.
Roy AshbauRh and Archie Saling
attended the coon dance in Lone Rock
last Friday night.
blza Sutton. Martin and Gene Lov
grun. of Eight Mile, were in Hard
man Saturd ry evening.
Otto Leathers, who has been over
on tho river the past few weeks, re
turned home Wednesday.
H. J. Taylor, Grand Warden o the
I. O. O. F. lodge of Oregon, spent
Saturday evening in Hardman.
good sermons and know it helps the
preacher; so all please come again
and bring your neighbors.
The Holt Company hns started its
engine and will soon have the 800
acres plowed. It will be a great
thing for Morrow county and we
certainly enjoy hearing the "hum and
buzz."
Born Friday, the 10, to Mr.
Mrs. Ed. Musyrave. a baliv
Mother and baby reported doing
Mrs. Frank Kramer, who has
visiting with her daughter,
and
girl,
fine.
been
Mrs.
Gibbons, of
home Sunday.
Castle Rock, returned
GEO. G. GAUNT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hardman, Oregon
WELLS & CLARK.
SHAVING PARLOR8
Three Doors South of Postoffice.
Shaving 25c Haircuttlng 36i
Bathroom in Connection.
A. E. Patterson
2 Dorrs North
Palace Hotel
TOXSORIAL ARTIST
Fine Baths ..... Shaving 25c
F- M-ROBINSON
w. S. SMITH
ROBINSON & SMITH.
lone, Oregon.
Real Estate
These balmy Spring day3 are mak
ing the farmers flv around and ge
their work all done. We hope th
frosts will not get the better of tl
fruit as some of the trees are about
budded out.
We understand Wiley Wattenbur
ger has sold his fine alfalfa ranch
to E. M. Shutt, of Heppner. W
hate to lose Wiley and hope he will
better himself. We wonder if E. M
will move his paper mill down to
the ranch.
Mr. Will Palmateer and all of hi
children met in lone last Monday and
proceeded to the photocrapher's where
they had a family group taken. I
does these old-timers good to have
their children all meet together now
and again.
Fred Nicholson had the misfortune
to lose his driving team one day last
week. Fred thought they died from
eating poisoned wheat but further in
vestigation siiowed that they died
from eating too much wheat that was
not poisoned. ' It seems they ate near'
ly a full sack of wheat between them,
Hone Fred will have.better luck next
Z'U. R. Taylor, Grand'Wardon ofjthe
grand lodge I. O. O. F. of Oregon,
spent Tuesday night in lone, attend
ing to lodge matters. A fine banquet
was held at the lone hotel tust such
supper was served as only Beech
can put np. Mr. Tavlor went to
Heppner Wednesday night, to Morgan
Thursday night and to Lexington
Friday night.
ALPINE.
Alpine Ranch lest a horse Saturday
last.
Farms and City Property for Sale,
to rent. Correspondance solicited.
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Plant hrpciiins ami "electing
has I', en our 1hi-tk.--s !o: fars.
We n'.irk'.'t the rent's m Ihe
and flov. iT sniK Thvy j:row
gooti crocs.
mci on nguisr
Cciroil.r'Ich.
"J D.M.Fcr:jCe
The Junior and Senior classes mixed
in a game nf basket ball last Satur
day at the skating rink. The Jnniors
Farms handed it to the Seniors proper, the
score being 15 to 5 in the younesters
favor. The play of the evening was
made by Rlike, Junior center The
ball was thrown about two-thirds the
length of the skating rink and landed
fairly in the basket. A good crowd
were in atteminnce and were highly
pleased with the game.
Son e Puzzlers.
Where can a man huy a cap for his
knee, or a key for a lock of his hair?
Can his eyes be called an academy.
because there are pupils there? In
the crown f his ha J what gems
are set? Who tiavels tho bridge of
his nose? Can he use when ehingl-
Mr. W. B. Finley was a Stanfield
visitor Wednesday.
Kain every night, ideal spring
weather during the day lately.
Ralph Finley and Jas. Farmer
attended the dance at the Stanfield
ranch Friday night.
Mrs. Henry Tafel and daughter
visited Mrs. Chas. Schmidt in Stan
field, returning Saturday.
Mr. P. G. Farley, familiarly known
as P. G. returned to this neighbor
hood lately after a year's absence
Wm Sanders, Ji , had a sick horse
this week but Drs. Gibson and
Wadkins broueht the valuable
animal through alright.
J. II. Deardorf, Carl Matson and
O. V. Gibson have been trading
horses amona themselves lately. They
all wear a satisfied crin. too.
Fred Maixner was on Hotter Creek
Tuesdav getting some berry vines and
shrubbery . for his homestead. Mr.
Maixner will have one of tho best
mproved places in this part of Morrow
county when he goes to make final
proof if he keeps on at his present
pace.
EIGHT MILE.
The big ovster supper at Liberty
Friday niaht was well attended.
ance Jones was visiting his aunt
Mrs. F. M. Akers, of Gooseberry
Saturday and Sunday.
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Kj. Hi. jonea nntsiied nis spring
plowing last week and is now prepar
ing to suuirnerfallow.
Liias. btantou went to Heppner
Friday returuina Saturday. He re
ports the roads very good again.
B. 0. Anderson and sister Addie,
Charles Huston and famly and Miss
Piper, were Heppner visitors Saturday.
Two ministers of tho Nazarine faith
(tram uondon) are Holding services
at the Gooseberry schoolhouse this
week.
reie crenner was seen on our
streets last week. Pete is verv
much pleased with the prospects for
crops in bis section.
Eight Mile was treated to another
little coat of white Sunday morning
which looked rather winterish after
the ideal spring weather we have been
enjoying for some weeks, but the
warm eun shine Sunday soon fixed the
snow and the green pastures and wheat
fields are again in full view.
BLACK BUTTE.
Alonzo Reid and Walter Davis are
cutting some wood near Thorn creek
now.
Some people said that Edd Brown
thought lie was a millionaire, but he
looks different now.
PINE CITY.
W. W. Howard and family visited
at Mr. Irvins Snndav.
Fred Grume was out on the creek a
day or two the past week.
Waldo Vincent made a trip to
Heppner Saturday, returning Monday.
K. F. Wiglesworth and R. D.
Neil were buginess visitors to Ileppner
last Thursday.
We are having cool frosty nights
with light freezes but do not think
t cold enough to kill the fruit yet.
The Niel Brothers sold 1000 coarse
lambs last week to the Smythe Rros.
for 13.75 per head with the wool on
to be delivered at Arlington the first
March.
Dan Smythe and brother visited the
Butter creek country last week look
ing at sheep with a view of buying.
They were offering $2.75 for yearling
ewes, or $2.25 for mixed but the
people are not selling.
Arthur Ayers. Victor Wiglesworth
and Charley Long called on Elbeit
Cox one evening last week, taking
supper and spending the evening with
him. Elbert proved himself a royal
hot and the boys had a good time.
Miss Silpha Monkurs gave a Valen
tino party to a number of her young
Newt Matteson caught a coyote a few
days ago. That makes several coyotes
he has caught this winter.
Matteson's have 140 cords of wood
and expect to have 200 cords for sale.
Everybody wanting wood come this
way.
Talk about dances. There was one
at the Brown boys place on Jug creek
last Saturday night. Everyone said
there was a big crowd at that dance.
They could only run one set and every
body got cold waiting for their turn
to dance. They had one big time.
There will be a big dance at Joseph
Hogeland s place near Board creek
Thursday night. Everbyody invited
to attend this wonderful dance. I
hope there will not be such a big
crowd at this dance as there was at
Brown's place. The floor manager is
Lue Hogeland. He has had some
experience in that line.
SAND HOLLOW.
O. S. Hodsdon made a business trip
to Heppner last week.
Miss Winnie Smith is visiting Lex
ington friends this week.
The Telephone Company had another
meeting Saturday, Feb. 17.
Mr. Rasmussen, of Lexington, came
out with Bro. Cross Sunday.
Miss Boblit has been on the sick
lit again but is now teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Finley were
Sunday visitors at the Rice ranch.
A nice, large flag now floats in the
breeze at the Hodsdon school house.
Mrs. Hodsdon entertained several
friends Sunday and Berved a big tur
key dinner.
There was a splendid crowd; out
Sunday to Rreet Mr. Cross. Am sure
all gained something from the two
Notice to the Public.
The two leading magazines of the
Pacific Coast, the Pacifio Monthly and
the Sunset have been consolidated
under the title of "Sunset the Pacifio
Monthly."
It is the intention of the publishers
to spare no money nor effort to make
Sunset the Pacifio Monthly a credit
to the West and a magazine of
national value and importance.
To introduce it to new readers, we
will make the following special cfTer:
Send 50c in stamps, and wo will put
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for the next four months, and will
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also the famous Sunset Indian poster,
securely packed in a mailing tube.
It will make a beautiful ornament for
your front room or den.
Send your order to Fred Lockley,
Northwestern Manager Funset the
Pacific Monthly Portland, Oreuon.
f22-ml4.
ral election, while for the initia
tive and referendum pamphlets, the
cost was $18,425.
For the election to come, it ia
stated that the ballots will cost be
tween $15,000 and $20,000. Pencil
and sundries, last time, amounted to
$000 and tally books $5000.
The cost of the coming election,
with the expenses of the past in mind
and the growth of the state and other
things taksn Into consideration it is
figured wHl be at least $125,000.
"I suffered habitually from con
stipation. Doan's Regulets relieved
and strengthened the bowels so that
they have been regular ever since."
A. E. Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs,
Tex.
Do you know that more real danger
lurks in a common cold than in any
other of the minor ailments? The
eafe way is to take Chumberlain'j
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of the
cold a3 qnickly as poFsihle. This
remedy is for sale by Patterson &
Son.
Almost Lost His Life.
S. A. Stid, of Mason. Mich., will
never forget his terrible exposure to
a mericlees storm. "It gave me a
dreadful cold," he writes, "that
caused severe pains in my chest, eo
it was hard for me to breathe. A
'neighbor gave rne several doses of
Dr. King's New Discovery which
brought great relief. The doctor said
I was on the verge of pnemuonia, but
to continue with the Discovery. I
did so and two bottles completely
cured me." Use only this quick,
safe, reliable medicine for cough3,
colls, or any throat or lung trouble.
Price 50c aud $1 00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed bySlocum Drug Co.
Election Expensive.
In counting up the cost or the pri
mary and general election by the
officials of the secretary of state's
office it is figured out that the ex
pense will be one huudredand twenty
live thousand dollars.
With the 1082 precincts the clerks
and judges will mean a total expense
of $77,i02.
For the corrupt practices act pam
phlets at the last election, it cost the
state $1523 and $44356 for the gene-
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va. , who is the mother of
eighteen childrsn. Mrs. Martin was
cured of stomach trouble and con
stipation by Chamberlain's Tablets
after five years of Buffering, and row
recommends these tablets to the pub
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