The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, February 29, 1912, Image 3

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    C. E. WOODSON.
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W
Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on west end ol May Street
Heppner Oregon.
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Court House, Heppner, Oregon.
F. H. ROBINSON,
LAWYER,
lone,
- - Oregon
W. H. DOBYNS.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
lone, - Oregon.
IV. L. SMITH,
ABSTRACTER.
Only complete set of abstract books
in Morrow oounty.
Hkfpner,
Oregon
J. P. WILLIAMS
Notary Public
Office with S. I'. Van Vactor
DR. M. A. LEACH
Permanently located in Heppner. Office
in tbe new Fair building. Gaa ad
ministered. OSTEOPATHY AND
MECHANO-TIIERAPY
Or. Martha S. Arledge. D. 0.
Dr. J. P- Conder, JH-T. D-
Treatment of oil diseases
99 per cent, of esses successfully treated
without operation
M. E. WINNARD, M. D.
FIIVSII'IAN Sc SIKUEON
Graduate of :
Lenox Oliege, 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med College
1890.
Kufk Medical Collet. 1892.
F. E. Boyden, M. D.
Physician & Sikgicon
Office in rear of Patterson & Son's
Drug Store.
HETPNER OREGON
GEO. G. GAUNT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hardman, Oregon
WELLS & CLARK.
SHAVING PARLORS
Three Doors South of Postoffiee.
Sbaving 25c Haircntttng 35t
Bathroom in Connection.
A. E. Patterson
2 Do rs North
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ROBINSON & SMITH.
lone, Oregon.
Real Estate
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CORRESPONDENTS' PAGE, f
A News Budget
all Over the County.
PARKERS MILL.
About twelve inches of Bnow fell iu
this vicinity on the 23nd.
Onr warm weather lias caught cold.
Only about twelve above zero this
morning.
Stacy Roberts cut his hand very
badly splitting wood in the same old
way ax in one hand and wood in the
other.
A. L. Ayers had a runaway lust
week. Hotter give them a little
more exercise and not quite so muoh
chop.
A Mr. McDowell, from Missouri,
arrived Feb. 22nd. He is a brother
of H. B. McDowell who lives near
the head of Board crenk. They may
put in a saw mill in the near future.
We hope bo at any rate aa there
is only one in this neck o' the woods.
The dance at the Hogeland place
was well attended by their friends
and neighbors. There were forty
seven present and everybody had a
most enjovable time. Music was
furnished by Mr. McFerrin and wife.
Come again friends and enjoy your
selves. CASTLE ROCK.
Mr. Earheart and wife took
the
train here for Toppenish, Wash.
Mine Marshall is busy leveling
land and otherwise improving his
home in Sixmilo.
Mr. Davis hauled hay Wednesday
from Mr. Deos' for Buffalo Bill as
they are now riding for horses.
Mrs. Crooks, of Desolation Flat
has been sick but is recovering now.
She was in Pendleton to see a doctor.
Miss Postom, who is teaching in
Pendleton, came in on the local and
crossed to the north side of the river
to see her parents.
Mr. Weston has had tho misfortune
to lose his scow, by its being either
all under water or washed away in
the hard wind the other day.
Thesignal that Davis was wanted on
tho Washington side being out, he
crossed the river to leceive an order
for groceries, tobacco, wheat and bar
ley. Washington holds many good
friends.
We have just received word from
State Supt. Alderman that the four
Davis children of school age are en
rolled in the Kaulinger potato con
test. They are preparing to try their
luck on several other lines. Here is
wishirg them success.
Mr. H. H. Weston did some haul
ing for S. N. Boarduian last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gibbons drove
to Arlington and back last Saturday.
Mike Marshall of Six-Mile has been
repairing his sheep corralls for the
past week.
Mr. Boardman is making some
extensive improvements on his ranch
this spriug.
We are going to have the oost
offi ce re-fstablisl ed at Castle Rock
with J. A. GibLons as postmaster.
Last Saturday morning Mrs. L. M.
Davis received tho sad intelligence
that her mother, who lived in Ne
braska, had died very suddenly.
The people of this vioinity are
beginning lo think that the govern
ment is finally going to do something
with the West Umatilla project.
Since the Superintendent of the
railroad company has been made
acquainted with condition, Mr. P.
F. Snow has been re-enstated as a
maintainor of the signal service on
this road. However ha has been ofiored
a better poait'on on the Northern
Pacific and he will probably accept.
Men of Mr. Snow's quality are scarce
and we are sorrv to lose bim from
our neighborhood.
Last week was observed as Wash
ington week in our school. At differ
ent periods during tho day each pupil
was nermitte.l to give any fact he
eould concerning tha life of Washing-
I ton. At ths close of the week these
facta were summer! up and brielly
written out on the board. It was
foind at tha end that a complete
switch of Washington's life had been
written and every pupil was familiar
with it.
PINE CITY.
II. F. Wiglesworth went to Heppntr
Friday.
Pat Rourt made a trip to Hepp
ner last week.
Mr. J. T. Avers trade trip to !
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ccno iai k.
I Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew and child-
From Writers From
ren returned Sunday from a week's
stay in Pendleton.
Mrs. Otis Hake called on Mrs. T.
D. Matthews Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Neil made a
trip to Heppner Saturday.
Miss Gondtill spent the week end
with Mrs. Earl Wiglesworth.
The writer is so hoarse this week
that he is unable to write fluently.
W. W. Howard left for Echo with
a band of fat BheeD on Wednesday.
Rev. J. T. Hoskins preached Sun
day to a good sized audience and as
usual preached ns a good sormon. He
and son Fred went to Mrs. Geo.
Vincent's for dinner.
Messrs Geo. Cooley, Burl Coxen,
Joe Wilson, Victoi Wiglesworth and
Byrl Adkins visited at J. T. Avers
Sunday.
Rcy Neil made a triD to Echo with
a four horse team last week. The
neighbors are collecting their extra
sheep bells, aa he brought out furni
ture. .
Dr. Dorn was called from Echo
Wednesday to attend two of the
Bartholomew children, who were
threatened with pneumonia, but at
last accounts they were getting along
nicely.
GOOSEBERRY.
R. M. Akers went to lone last
Monday on business.
Emil Carlson oommenced plowing
his summerfallow last Monday.
Misses Hilam, Emma and Hannah
Bergstroro visited at E R. Lundell's
last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Flovd Fraser has purchased a
new douple disc aud is giving it a
try-out these fine days.
C. E. Lundell and Ture Peterson
went to Heppner last Tuesday to be
initiated in the K. of P. lodge.
Mr. A. Carlson and Mrs. Samuel
Esteb returned from Portland last
week, havinsr spent a week in that
city.
Alfred Rivers, who has been work
ing with M. E. Cotter's well drill
left fcr his home in Portland last
week.
What about the prospects for a
crop this year? How does 7. 10 inches
of rainfall look to you in comparison
with 4 inches in the same length of
time last year?
R. M. Akers will have a well
drilled on his place this spring and
will move up the machinery this
week. We understand Fred Nickerson
will be in charge of the outfit.
The Farmer's Union h&Id a meet
ing last Saturday for the purpose of
ordering their grain bags, but owing
to the fact that there were rot many
of the members present nothing
definite can be done until the approxi
mate number of sacks needed can be
ascertained.
The farmers are preparing to com
mence sowing their Bprina grain in
a few days if this nice weather holds
out. The acreage of spring grain will
not be large this year owijg to the
fact that nearly all their ground was
sown last mil ana is in a xno. i con
dition for a bumper crop.
Ture Peterson has ranted a portion
of the Fete Brenner ranch containing
about 250 acres which he will sow
to barley this soriug. Like many
others. Ture is going to have in as
many acres a3 possibln this year ow
ing to the top notch prospects. Good
luck, Ture. '
Ye Scribe took a day off last week
to visit the caterpi'.ar engine opera
ting rnt north of I txington and found
the machine doing excellent wore. It
walks right along with 8 14-inch plows
and two sections of iron harrows on
behind. Thoy plcw from 20 to 25 ai res
per day. do bitter work and plow
deeper thwi can be possibly doae with
teams.
LEXINGTON.
Merle Cai.itT has an attack of tcn
silitis. Mr. Reacie of the Congregational
church is quit" ill at his home.
John Moore and family have moved '
into the house owned by Marsh Whit?. ;
Walttr Johnson is now workii g as
a (action hand on the O.-W. K. X. j
railway. i
W. -and Mrs. Wilmot came up to i
Lexington Thurdsay evening to at- j
tend the piny given for the schorl. ;
Vilmn Barrows and Bertha Gibson
aJr,onR those who aUende(1 t
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gIfco clu0 in Heppner Friday
They report a splendid time.
Light.
A comedy drama "The Deacon,"
was givon last Thursday night at Ar
tisan hall by home talent, for the
benefit of the school.
Miss Edna Carmichael has gone up
near the mountains to teach school
Miss Edna expects to be gone four
months and we wish her evety success.
J. C. Moore and family, who mov
ed to the Valley last Fall, came back
to Lexington again. John Bays the
climate is too damp to suit him there.
At the play given on Washington's
birthday at Artisan hall, 145 00 were
taken in as proceed?. Candy and pop
corn were also sold during the eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burrows have
returned lroui their trip, which waa
for the benefit of Mr. Burrows'
health. Mr. Burrows is greatly im
proved. Mr. Butler Is here endeavoring; to
sell his house and lot near the rail
way. There is barn room for three
horses, a good well of water and a 4
room bouse.
Mr. Miller, of Salem, who traded
recently fi r the T. M. Soott ranch,
brought a couple of his boys here to
commence Spririg plowing. Mr. Scott
will move to Salem on Monday. We
wish Mr. Scott success in his new
home and to the people who will
make Lexington their future home
we extend a hearty welcome aud good
cheer. Almost eveiy train rbingsj in
people who are desirous of enjoying
good homes in and around Lexington.
SAND HOLLOW.
Arthur Ashinhurst is working for
Mr. Copenhaver.
Sam Ritchie sold a hoise last week
and hag more for sale.
Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Claud White
have their incubators going.
Joe Siblev and Edgar Copenhaver
will start their incubators soon.
R. B. Rice bought a ton of barley
from O. S. Hodsdon and has it seeded.
Sam Ritchie is goipg to summer
fallow J. H. Miller's land this spring.
B. S. Clark made a trip to Pendle
ton and surounding country lasc week.
Smith Towne arrived Saturday from
Spokane and is working for R. B.
Rice.
Mrs. Clark has a dozen lively little
chicks. We will know where to go
for early ftied chicken.
B. $. Clark bought a fat bog from
O. S. Hodsdon. Mr. Good sold a hog
to W. L. Copenhaver last week and
we heard he had more for sale.
Mr. T. M. Scott left Tuesday for
his new home in Salem. We hate to
have Mr. Scott go but wish him suc
cess and trust he will return frequent
ly. IRRIGON.
for the West Umatilla
Hurrah
Project !
W. R. Walpole returned to Irrigon
from Portland last Sunday morning.
He rupnrts Mis. Walpole'a health im
proving. Leland Friend enrolled as a pupil
of the Irrigon Public School. Leland
had his birthday last week and it is
now with great pride be looks back
over that long period of six years of
his existence.
Water is running in the big ditch
now, and everything is getting in
readiness for soriug work. Pruning
is now the order of the day and many
orchards are looking "spick and
span" already.
A very pleasant suiprise party was
planned for Mrs. C. W. Caldwell on
her E8th birthday last Feb. 22. All
her neighbors gathered at her home
that evening and spnt a most pleas
ant time at cards and games.
Messrs Davis and Nail were up
from Castle Rock the other day. The
former fixed np around his property
here in town while the latter came
up to get his mare and colt which
have been in pasture here all winter.
Cap't. John (Uncle) Painter, one
of Irrigon's oldest residents, had a
paralytic stroke one dav last week and
is now in a verv feeble condition. He
is under tho care of Dr. Turely of
Hermiston, who ordered hiiu taken
to Mrs. Hattm's at Umatilla where
it will be more conveuitnt for him to
attend to him. The consensus of
opinion was, however that he should
bo taken to the hoMptal at Pendleton,
but somehow this was ruled against.
Irrigon we believe, has a right to
bnsst of her many excellent strains
of thoroughbred chickens. The-e
poeplo are making specialties cf thai
following varieties: W. R. VValcole,
Brown Leghcrns and White Orping
tons: Mrs. Geo. Rand White Minor
cas; J. H. Smith, White Rocis; R.
R. Ilenkle, Bluff Leghorns; Feterj
tisbauer, White yanaottts, V.bile
Leghorns; L. B. Kicker, Black
Minorca. Buff Leghorns and An
cMnas. It would be well to correspond
with any of tbe above for prices on
ps for setting also for stock.
Notice to the Public.
The two leading magazines of the
Pacific Coast, thePacifio 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 vahie and importance.
To introduce it to new readers, we
will make the following special offer:
Send 50c in stamps, and we will put
your name on our subscription list
for the next four months, and will
send you free a copy of the superbly
illustrated Mid-Winter number, and
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 Sunset the
Pacifio Monthly Portland, Oregon.
f22-m!4.
Almost Lost His Life.
S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will
never forget bis terrible exposure to
a mericlesa storm. "It gave me a
dreadful cold," he writes, "that
caused severe pains in my chest, bo
it was bard for me to breathe. A
neighbor gave me several doses of
Dr. King's New DiBoovery which
brought great relief. The doctor said
I was on the verge of pnemuonia, but
to continue with the Discovery. I
did so aud two bottles completely
cured me." Use only this quick,
safe, reliable medicine for coughs,
colds, or any throat or lung trouble.
Price 50c and $1 00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed bySlocum Ding Co
School Notes.
On the 20th inst, I visited the
school in District No. 28, This
Echool is under the direction of Miss
Ruby Maxwell. Since my former
visit, new window-boards have been
provided for the windows and a clos
ed water tank installed. This school
is small, but the interest manifested
by the pupils is good.
The next day, I looked in upon the
school at Cecil. A new stove has
been recently placed in the room,
surrounded by a galvanized jacket.
The stove being entirely surrounded
by the jacket, a rapid circulation of
the air throughout the entire room is
brought about. The temperature is
even over the room and the air on the
floor is kept much warmer than it
could be kept without the jacket.
The pupils near the stove ire not too
warm and those at a distance are
comfortable. The library order
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blanks have been seat out, and it U
hoped that the districts will make
their selections early. If teauhsra
and clerks who have tha library cat
alogue will notify me, I will send,
them the 1912 correction sheet. They
should then take the sheet, and mako
the corrnetiocs in the book so as to
avoid errors in the prices in the order.
Respectfully,
S. E. NOTSOX, Uo. Supt.
"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
safe way is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of the
cold .as quickly as possible. This
remedy is for sale by Patterson &
Son.
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va. , who is the mother of
eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was
cured of stomach trouble and con
stipation by Chamberlain's Tablets
after five years of suffering, and now
recommends these tablets to the pub
lic. Sold by Patterson & Son.
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If you want a sewing machine, write tot
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