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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1912)
C. E. WOODSON.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W
Olf lc In P-Uee Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E, VanVactor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on west end oi Mar Street
A News Budget From Writers From
all Over the County.
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Court House,
F. H. ROBINSON,
W. H. DOBYNS.
W. L. SMITH,
of abstraol oookt
Only oomplete set
in Morrow oonnty.
J. P. WILLIAMS
Office with S. E. Van Vactor
DR. M. A. LEACH
Permanently located in Heppner. Office
in the new Fair building. Gas ad
Dr. Martha S. Arledge. D. 0.
Dr. J. P. Conder, M-T. D.
Treatment of ell diseaaea
99 per cent, of canes successfully treated
N. E. WINNARD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN St SIRVKON
Graduate of :
Lenox College. 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med College
Rusk Medical College, 1892.
Joe Sibley has his incubators going.
Mrs. Ben Swaggart's sister is visit
Lonnie Copenhaver is suffering with
Quite a few of the school children
have been Hick and out of school.
Mrs. Ashinhust is not able to be
oat but we trust she will soon be
Mr. and Mrs. Mont Bundy and son
Dale were callers at the Bice ranch
School will be out the last of Maroh
and we hoar will close with an entertainment.
Mr. Roy Campbell and Miss Winnie
Smith were Sunday guests of B. b.
Clarke and wife.
W. L. Copenhaver is selling from 15
to 16 rolls of butter a week and . will
make more soon. He has some extra
Mrs. W.B Finley, Mr. and Mrs.
Rice and Mrs. Arthur Finley and
children attended preaching Sunday
and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
We hear Mr. Lyness and sister are
having good crowds, preaching splen
did sermons and meeting with some
success all of whioh is a good thing
and we trust may continue. '
understand Mr. French, Mrs. Brock.
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Humphreys of
Heppner, were some of the visitors
We are glad to see Joe Cronun among
us again. Joe got along fine and
dandy atfer the operation, and he
says he will soon feel as giod as he
Mrs. W. B. Finleys mother, Mrs.
VVindom, received quite a "shower
of post cards last week in honn of her
81st birthday. "Grandma" is still
able to gather eggs each day and piece
F, E. Boyden, M. D.
Physician A Si'kgeon
Office in rear of Patterson & Son's
GEO. G. GAUNT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
WELLS & CLARK.
SHAVING PARLORS "
Three Doom South of Postoffice.
8baving 25c HaircutUng 35
Bathroom in Connection.
A. E. Patterson
'2 Don North
TON SOU I A I. ARTIST
Mrs. C. 0. Burrows was an
vibitor Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner have
gone to the McMillan ranch to live.
Harry McCormiok has moved his
family from the Wilcox ranch to town.
Mrs. 0. O. Burrows will entertain
the Ladies' Aid next week on Wed
John Helms and daughter visited
Wat Breshers and family at Iono the
middle of the week.
The farmers attended a lecture on
Wednesday night given for their
benefit by Mr. N. C. Maris.
Mrs. Verda McBee and danghterr, of
Cecil were visiting relatves and frends
in our city. Thev returned to their
Mr. Burrows is running the wood
saw this week. He has Ed Pointer,
Ohas. Johnson, Jerry Phillips and
Lank Booher employed.
Ed Armsmeyer and family, who
have been working for Mr. McMillan
at his ranch have quit and will start
for Missouri on next Sunday. In the
meantime they will visit with Mr.
and Mrs.'Jas. Stockard at Hermistou.
Mrs. Carl Rtnch entertained Mr.
and Mrs. 0. O. Burrows and Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Scott at a turkey dinner
on Sunday the occasion being in honor
of the birthdays of Mrs. Beacli and
Mrs. Burrows, which occured on
to do when the
f. H- ROBINSON
W. S. SMITH
ROBINSON k SMITH.
Farms and City Property for Sale,
to rent. Correspondence solicited.
" 'rai?e eooJ tlow-
flowers and vegetables come
(mm rood seeos. e V'v
A,tr pood seeds the Infer- .
nce Is obvious. For sale ,
111 SEED ANNUAL
what ve all going
taxes come around.
Miss Joey Woilery came down from
Heppner Monday morning, having
spent Sunday no there.
Mrs. Delia Corson and Mrs. John
Cochran were tin to Heppner last week
and spent a couple of days.
Call at Walker's store and inquire
about seed epuds. Just received a car
of Early Rose. Early Evreitts, and
Mrs. Bert Mason returned to her
homo Inst Saturday night after an
extended visit with friends and
relatives at different points along the
Mrs Lnren Hale is enjoying a vitit
with her sister from The Pallet ; also
with another sister and brother who
have just lately come cut from North
Fred and Geo. Ritchie went ud to
Heppner lest Saturday morning ard
were operated on fcr appendicitis.
Thfy were getting along nicely at
Mr. C. F Swander secretary and
superintendent of missions for the
Christian church .preached in Walker's
hall Thursday night the 29th. The
Christian people also held a meeting
the same afternoon, several of the
Heppner people being present. We
Fred Austin, who went down o
Portland last week, returned to lone
the first of the .week. Rufus Cochran
went down to Portland the beginning
of the week. He was accompanied
by his daughter Lillie.
Supt. Notson and N. C. Maris were
down from Heppner ope day last week
visiting the Ioue public school. Mr,
Maris is the field assistant for the 0.
A. 0 and he gave the pupils a nice
address while he and Mr. Notson were
visiting the school.
-'Ma, am I the decendent of anion
kev?" asked a little boy. "I don't
know." replied the mother," never
knew any of your father's folks
The father, who was present, went out
in the coal-shed and kicked the cat
througth the roof.
Several people from thj vicinity of
lone have been out to where the big
plow is working. It is somewhere
near Joe Devine's on the base line,
They all claim that the caterpillar
engine draws it along without any
trouble and does splendid work
They also say they harrow, it at the
same time it is plowed, leaving the
ground in a finished condition, and
getting over from 20 to 85 acres per
D'ed At ber home near Ceoil Wed
nesday morning, Feb. 28 at 8:40, Mrs,
Joseph Miller, age 69. Mrs. Miller
was born in Pennsvlvania, came to
Nebraska in 1872 moved to Oregon in
1882, and has lived in this state since
then. She leaves her husband and
seven ehilden to mourn ber loss. Her
children are as follows: Mrs. R. E,
Andreson, of Kalama, Wash. ; George
Miller of Cecil; Mrs. Wilhelm of
Portland; Mrs. S. E. Johnson of
Ridgefield, Wash. ; J. H. Miller of
Cecil; Mrs. James Montague of Mon
tagne, Ore. ; and B. 0. Miller of
Cecil. The bereaved family has our
A Question of Color.
Ole Mamm Lize was dusting the
Southern woman's drawing room
She came to a small bronze bust of
Shakespeare and began carefully go
ing over him with her rag. "Mis
Juliet, "chile, who am dis hvre
gemmun?" '"That is Shakespeare
Lize, a wonderful poet, who died cen
turies ago." "Dnt him, missy. Lor,
I'se done hyear o' Mistah Shakespeare
a lot ob times. Ever'y body stems
to know him. Deed' I done hyear so
much 'bout him dat I alias thought he
was a white gemmun. "
Enoch Cave and John Rldgoway
are cutting wood for Art Minor.
O. A. Hoskins got a new stove
recently. He is thinking it is get
ting near school time.
Harley Matteson, William Ridge
way and Charlie Ridgeway visited
Heppner on Thursduy.
Eugene Matteson, Adran Matteson
and Dick Crewdson started to tagging
sheep for Wigglesvvorth the first of
Paul Webb went to town rceently
and got a new wagon. I suppose all
the girls will want to go with Paul
now and take a buggy ride in the new
jessie iwageway says she is going
to beat it to that dance at the school
house, if she has to walk or go by
hand. Guess she didn't think abont
it being leap year.
Hardy Long has been at work mak
ing a violin and now has it completed
buppose he will be out playing for
dances and enjoying himself with the
rest of the young people.
The big dance at Joseph Hogelands
was well attended. The floor man
ager and caller bumped his head against
the wall a few times, but the reason
he did that he was always chewing
Some say that Lou Hogeland has his
partnear engaged for the 4th of July.
If he has he is very popular among
the ladies in other words, he is a
ladies' man. That is going some
Wm. Ridgeway recently caught a
coyote ?own on Balm creek. Bill is
a trapper by trade and says a little
coyote is the hardest animal to catch
he ever set a trap lor. He says when
be was young and had time, he could
catch a coyote most any time.
J. T. Ayers made a business trip to
Heppner last week.
Miss Goodal visited at R. F. Wigg
les worth's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neil were in
Heppner one day last week.
I. 0. Cox and family visited at
W. J. Gordon's, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine went to Hepp
ner Friday, returning Saturday.
R. F. Wigglesworth made a busi
nees trip to Pendleton the first of the
Joe Wilson went to Hepnner Satur
day for supplies for the Vincent
W. W. Howard has his new fence
almost completed, which adds greatly
to the appearance of his place.
C. H. Bartholomew's have, been
having quite a spell of LaGrippe but
all are better at the present writing.
The weather is a little cooler with
frosty nights. Wish we could have
some more spring weather like we
had last month'.
Tom George went to Spokane one
day last week on important business.
He returned Saturday morning.
We had several visitors here from
across the river last Sunday. There
is always something here that at
tracts; then one thing, then another.
The fruit buds are beginning to
show color, an it will be only a lit
tle while now when they will be in
full bloom. The prospects for a good
orop look favcrable.
Mrs. Carl Doering went to her
homestead in centarl Oregon to see
about having some work done to it.
?Mr. Doering, also, has a valuable
homestead near there.
Dixou( Dad) Robinson has taken
his chickens down to the river for
the summer. He intends to go into
the chicken business right; not
enough room in, town for him.
A very pleasant surprise party was
gotten up on Merrill Doble last Wed
nesday evening. He had just n-
turned from Echo whither he had
gone to get hinTbis fair bride aud
settled down in his little home to as
sume role of the "henpecked hus
band, "etc. when a large number of
hisfriends invaded the premises.
All remembered the happy couple
with beautiful presents, and after a
few songs had been sung congratula
tory remarks indulged in, and a reci
tation by Miss Park entitled, "When
Betsie got Married," a luncheon was
served. All wished the newly-weds
a happy journey thro life and then
depat ted to their homes, leaving the
young pair to their own meditation
and happy dreams.
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. EIGHT MILE.
Miss Addie Anderson visited with
Frank Anderson Saturday and Sunday.
C. D. Huston and wife and Ed
Huston aud familv at ten led church
at Heppner last Sunday.
Rev, Teague has moved bis family
out from Heppner to, live in Eight
Mile during the Bpring and summer.
Mrs. Ed Huston entertained her
Sunday school class Friday evening.
Mrs. Huston takes a great interest in
A. E. Anderson shipped to Enter
prise two of his Brown Leghorn
cockerels a few days ago. He says
it pnys to raise the best.
John Olden and wife entertained
their friends and neighbors last Thurs
day evening. All passed a pleasant
evening and 'wish Mr. and Mrs. Olden
a happy future.
Count us in on vonr poultry show
and set aside one of the firsts for me.
Mose Aehhaueh and family and
Mrs. N. L. Jones were visitois at
the heme of C. E. Jones on Sunday.
Hurrah for the West Umat 11a pro
ject. Ye scribe hopes to be able to
grab at least an aire of this fertile
Miss Dell Fuqua vho has been
ntd. r the doctor's care at the Heppner
hospital for several days, was able to
return to her home on Eight Mile
E. M. Hawley, of Alameda. Calif.,
aufl formerly of this coantv, suent a
few days here visiting old friends and
looking after bis interests he still
has here. He departed for home
Wednesday. Come again Ed.
Eight Mile has had to contend with
a very cold north win 1 the last few
days, accompanied by a light enow.
We enjoyed the spring days that we
had during February so much that we
do not appreciate these cold days.
Lambing is commencing in the But
ter creek country and the sheepmen
are very busy getting ready . for it.
There is an abundance of feed and if
the weather is favorabl we look for a
There was preaohing at Pine City-
Sunday by the Rev. Dr. Reese.
There was a good crowd. Bro. Reese
is au ante speaker and will preach
again the first Sunday in April at
eleven o'clock. Come and hear him
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Most of the spring seeding in this
vicinity is now done. A. A. Finley
finished up this week. On the Al
pine ranch there remains about fifty
acres to be seeded.
Ralrh Finley attended church at
Pine City last Sunday.
Several in this vicinity are report
ing little chicks already.
W. B. Finlev was a visitor to Lex
ington twice the last week.
O. V. Gibson made a trip to Lex
ington the first of the week.
Fred Maixner purchased a young
mare from Jas. Farmer last week.
J. H. Deardorf was a business call
er at the Alpine ranch Friday last.
Jas. Waid is again out on the home
rtead, arriving from Stinficld last
Thursday. He brought feed with
him and will begin plowing at once.
Wm. Sandprs. Jr., and O. V. Gib
son brought home their stock from
butter creek, where they had them
been wintered on the ranch of the
Butter Creek Land & Livestock Co.
Huine Park came down from
in is ton Sunday to visit bii
Miss Sue Park.
Mrs. Susbauer and Mrs. Johnson
attended church services at Umatilla
Clifford Caldwell and family have
moved to Irrigon and taken up abode
in the L. M. Davis boot.
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