The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, March 14, 1912, Image 3

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    C. E. WOODSON.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W
Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on west end ol May Btreet
Hoppnor Oregon,
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offlceln Court House. Heppuer, Oregon.
F. 11. ROBINSON,
LAWYER,
lone, -
- Oregon
W. H. DOBYNS.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
lone, - - Oregon.
W. L. SMITH.
ABSTRACTER.
Only complete set of abstract booki
iu Morrow oonufy.
Hkppnkr,
Okboon
J. P. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace.
Ollice with S. E. Van Vactor
DR. M. A. LEACH
DENTIST
Permanently located in Heppner. Office
in the new Fair building. GaB ad
ministered. OSTEOPATHY AND
MECIIANO-THERAFY
Dr. Martha S. Arledge, D. 0.
Dr. J. P- Conder, M -T. D-
Treatment of all diseases
99 per cent, of canes successfully treated
without operation
N. E. WINNARD, M. D.
PHVSIC'IAN tc SlRliEON
Graduate of:
Lenox College, 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med College
1890.
Ruek Medical College, 1892.
F. E. Boyden, M. D.
Physician & Sirqkon
Office n rear of Patterson & Son's
Drug Store.
HEPrNER . OREGON
WELLS & CLARK.
SHAVING PARLO&8 .
Three Doors South of Poetoffice.
Bbavlng 25c HaircutUng 35t
- Bathroom In Connection.
A. E. Patterson
2 Dorrs North
Palace Hotel
TONSORIAL ARTIST
Fine Baths
. . . Shavixo2oc
J. H. BODE
Merchant Tailor
nurrsuR
ORECOS
p. H-ROBINSON
W.S.SMITH
ROBINSON & SMITH.
lone, Oregon.
Real Estate
Farms and City Property for Sale. Farms
to rent. Correspondence solicited.
Plant hrce. ine and selecting
has been our huvness loi years.
We mirkct tlie reuli m Hie
thane of tlioroe:: i brcil vesetuble
,nj llower seeds. They (row
i good crop. 4
(it sti o annual
ran on mount
D.M.FrrjiCj,CoL-o;i.Mich.
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CORRESPONDENTS' PAGE.
A News Budget
all Over the County.
IONE.
F. II. Robineon,.our attorney and
real estate dealer went down to
Portland last Thursday to be gone
iudefinitely.
Bishop Paddock, of Hood River,
preached in the Baptist church last
Sunday to a very large and apprecia
tive audience.
p Tl Wilson mails a riving trip to
Honnnar Inst week. We asked him if
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he paid our taxes while there, and he
answered "nit.
L. P. Davidson returned from Port
land the first of last week where he
was attending to business matters
for about ten days.
Guy Cason came in to lone last
week overland. His boy, friends of
yore gathered about him and they were
soon all talking of old times.
J. L. Kincaid scut to town last
Monday 04 dozen eggs. I tell you
these old feathered varmints help a
fellow out these panicky times.
Rufus Cochran and daughter Lillian
returned last Saturday night from
Portland where they have been receiv
ing medical aid lor some time.
" Mrs. Fred Ritchie returned from
Hoppner last Thursday a week ago.
She has been with her husband while
he was being treated in the hospital.
Guy and Mnral Cason left on Mon
day morning's train for White Swan.
They were accompan'ed by John
Cochran and we wish them all suc
cess. Frank Young and wife were in and
spent a day with his mother last
week. Frank brought in a load oi
that good country bacon thajUastes like
more.
Keep vour eye open for the millinery
opening next Saturday, the 16th, in
r.ha Wilmot building. Mrs. Wilt
will have hats galore; all sizes and
all ages.
Wm. Padberg and wife were in and
spent Saturday and part of Sunday
with S. E. Moore and wife. They
attended the play at Walker's hall
while here
Billie Corson wa down from Hepp
ner one day last week and spent the
day in lone. He is figuring on a
triD to China in the near future Dut
has not got started yet.
First Scot "What sort o' meenister
hae ye gotten, Geordie?"
Senond Scot "We seldom net a
squint o' him; six days o' the week
he s envess bl, and on the sevenm
he's inoomprehens'ble. ",
Fror! And Gnoree Ritchie who were
operated on for appendicitis some time
aco at Heppner, returnea to meir
homes last Saturday. They were
slightly disfiguied but situ in the ring.
We hope the boys will Boon be Btrong
once moie and feel better than they
ever did.
C. T .Walker estate and Halvorsen
& Mason shipped 8l cases of eges to
the hunffrv Portlanders last Monday.
These were all 30-doz. cases, making
a total of 630 dozen eggs lor one day a
shipment from our little depot. Hew
is that for hen fruit, eh? Hurrah
for the hen ! Let us have more of
her.
Geo. Utt, formerly a farmer of this
vicinity, came up to lone last week.
Goerge is living in California now.
He says he wanted to get back to lone
where it rains a little now and then.
It has been very dry where he lives;
in fact they have had no rain since
the last rainy season and fears are
entertained of a complete failure un
less conditions change soon.
"Hick'ry Farm" was presented to
the people of lone last Saturday night
at Walker's hall, under the auspices
of the IoneHigh School. This is a
comedy drama of New England farm
life, and was put on in first class
shape The hall was filled to over
flowing and everybody said that they
enjoved it fine and dandv. Frof.
Warren's mandolin club were present
acd gave ttie au iiance some very nice
selections. We wish to congratulate
Mr. Warden on the progress his young
army of musicians have made and we
hope we may have a chance to bear
them again in the near future. We
would aleo congratulate Prof. Kanf
uiari, for the manner in which he
drilled his pupils and thus enabling
them to present the play in the very
excellent manner in which they did.
We should have more of these per
formances Id our community. It
livens us all up a bit and makes us
forget our troubles for the time being
at least We hope Lawrence Mo
Keegan will appear before us once
more in the near future.
From Writers From
LEXINGTON.
Little Jessie McCormiok has the
chicken pox.
Miss Johnson and Miss Morgan spent
Saturday in lone.
Lew Van Winkle and wife have
moved back to Lexington. They re
moved from here to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus McMillan gave
a fine dinner on Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Burrows and family.
Ella Craven Wheler gave a free
lecture of wit and humor at the Con
gregational church on Monday evening.
WThat a change iu the weather the
past week. But the most of our
people seem to think the change a
good one.
Karl Beach is nursing a thumb with
a felon on it this week. Karl says
this is the third felon he has had and
he would rather not have any more.
The Men's Club are anticipating a
rare treat when Ella Craven Wheeler
favors them with some choice selec
tions at their meeting on Tuesday
night.
Rev. Robert Paddock, Protestant
Episcopal Bishop of Eastern Oregon,
gave an interesting lecture on his
travels in Europe on Satuiday night
in the Cougregational ohurch.
What is the matter that Lexington
has no doctor. A good doctor is
needed in our town. Some of our
people are beginning to think that
they pay enough in railroad fare and
livery bills to support a doctor.
There seems to be more property
changing hands and more people
moving in and going out thsn ever
before. We are glad to note the fact,
however, that for every one moving
away there an two new comers.
A Mr. Cocran. of lone was in Lex
ington one day this week endeavoring
to get signers to have another pastime
in our city. We do not think he
received sufficient support to warrant
him in putting in another pastime.
EIGHT MILE.
Miss Juila Forbes was very sick
last ween.
Guy Huston shipped in a few choice
cockerels the first of the week. 1
Bob Allstott brought Rev. Teague a
supply of wood a few days ago.
John Vaughn was out at Eight Mile
on business the first of the week.
Bub Clark, of Heppner, was a
caller at Walt Becket's last Sunday
Clive Huston was over to the county
seat on business the first of the week.
James Knighteii ''sold three good
work horses to Bob Warren last week.
Mrs. John Vaughn, of Heppner, is
visiting with her parents and friends
this week.
Ben Anderson puts iu about one-half
of his time at C. D. Huston's. We
wonder what keeps him there.
Why not put out some shade trees
this spring? They are sure to start
with the amount of moistuie we have
and they will improve the looks of
your home fifty per cent.
Goosebrery will debate the single
tax question Saturday night, March
16th. Come out and hear them.
They have some good debaters and
know what they are talking about.
PINE CITY.
R. F. Wieglesworth went to Hepp
ner Tuesday.
W. W. Howard and wife went to
Echo Saturday returning Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Vincent and Miss Loev
Matthews visited at C. P. Bowman's
Sunday.
Waldo Vincent is wearing his usual
pleasant smile since his wife and
baby are home.
We are having lovely spring
weather anain whioh makes the
sheepmen feci good as lambing is
starting up pretty lively.
Lee White, Harvie Coxen. Victor
Wigglesworth. Casper Payne, Elbert
Cox and George Liftwica attended the
entertainment at Lena Saturday night
and the dance afterward at Mr.
Culicks.
Mr. R. D. Neil and Miss Norma
Morehead were married in Pendleton
last Thursday returning to their home
on Butter Creek Saturday. These
young people are too well known here
to make any extended comment neces
sary. About twentv-five of their neigh
bors went in Sunday night and gave
them a rousing charivari. Roy and
his bride invited them in and treated
them to candy and cigars and all
enjoyed social chat after which they
departed for their homes, wishing
the bride and groom a long, happy
and useful life.
BLACK BUTTE.
Guy Fuller and Walter Drumm are
cutting some wood for A. L .Ayers.
Lonzo Hoeeland has a thoroughbred
milk cow. I think he wants to keep
her.
Elmer and Loren Matteson have
been cuttiug some wood for Frank
Brown.
The snow in the mountains is
about ten inches deep. It don't look
much like spring yet.
William McFerrin has been working
for Mr. Wright for the last two weeks
digging an irrigation ditch.
The big dance at the school .house
was well attended last Friday, 53
being present. v Everybody reported a
good time.
Ed Brown is not a millionaire now ;
he has resigned and turned his property
over to Charlie Rigeway, and Charlie
will do the same soon.
Elmer Matteson and 'William
Ridgeway caught three hounds in one
night. They were traping for coyotes,
and consider this a good job for one
night.
Ilarley Matteson has purchased a fine
new suit of clothes. Harley is as
proud as a little boy with a new pair
of red top boots. He knows it is leap
year and he thinks he will come out
winner.
A. M. Zitik of Lexington is canvas
ing the county for a work, entitled,
"The War on White Slavery." The
work is edited by Hon. Clifford G.
Roe and some of the ablest writers
in the country, including G. Stanley
Hall and Jane Adams. It is difficult
to believe that sixty thousand girls
are annually dragged down to worse
than death by this traffic. The mat
ter is just beginning to arrest the
attention of the general public. This
book will enlighten any one desiring
reliable information. Every parent
and girl should be informed as to the
methods employed by the emissaries
of darkness who promote this vile
traffic. It will be worth your while
to examine this wora, and you will
then give Mr. Zink your order for a
copy.
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John" P. (Jerry) Risk.
Progressive Republican Candidate
fur Congress.
"For Roosevelt and Progressive
Policy; against Taft and Stand
patism." Always a true friend of the
Oregon System. The only
candidate for Congress who
dares oppose the Taft Admin
istration and the old time
political machine.
(Paid Adv.)
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You lVttor
If you are going to raise
those
Wliltc Rook
prize winnners for the winter
show.
EGGS $2.50 to $5.00
You can't do better anywhere
W. I. HILL
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ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
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NEW YORK.
Exart Copy of Wrapper.
SAGE RATS 'Hk
SQUIRRELS1HD
PRAIRIE DOGS
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REQUIRES NO MIXING OR PREPARATION, ALWAYS READY FOR USE'
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MONY8ACKJFIiOTAS CLAIMIO- CLARKE.WOODWARQ DRUO CO. portuano.ORE.
SYNOPSIS OF THE ANNUAL STATEMENT
OF THE
Western Union life Insurance
Co., a Corporation
OF SPOKANE,
In th State of Washington, on tha Slat
day of December. 1911, made to the In
surance Commissioner of the State of Ore
gon, pursuant to law:
Capital.
Amount of capital paid up ...t 200,000.00
Income.
Premiums received during the
year 3S7.04i.O4
Interest, dividends and rents re
ceived during the year 4T,B0J.o
Income from other sources dur-
lng the year 1.129,7a
Total Income I 435,974.02
Disbursements.
Paid for losses, endowments.
annuities and surrender val- j,
ues iU.lil.Ji
Commissions and salaries paid .,,.,
during the year 162,508.41
Taxes, licenses and fees paid
during the year -JJ
Amount of all other expenditures 39. i85.ya
Total expenditures $ 253.705.4a
Assets.
Market value of real estate -
owned iis.ioa.34
Market value of stocka and
bonds owned 74,is.
Loans on mortgages and collat- ..,,.
era! etc 4fl.713.7S
Premium notes and policy loans 87.440.D9
Cash In hanks and on hand 40.149 45
Net uncollected and deferred
premiums .,, :t
Other assets (net) 4J.307.30
Total assets .. 816.117.06
Tgon" .ad.m,.Ued. .'" ..r.e.' 816,117.06
Liabilities.
Net reserve S-T?-J
Total policy claims .,S-?,!A;
All other liabilities 3',Jo5 01
Total liabilities 816.117.06
Total Insurance In force De
cember 31. 1WU 12.290.115.00
Biiwlnesa In Oregon for the Year.
Total risks written during the nn
year --.74.vuu
Grnsa premiums received uurlng
the year 3L . ,,i
Losses paid during the year.... '-"'""'J
Losses Incurred during thu year.. 5.500.00
Total amount of risks out
standing in Oregon December ,,..'
11, 10U S(12.4J.0a
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Pv R. L. RVTTER. President.
Statutory resident general agent and at
torney for service:
T. E. HAMILTON.
Glorious News
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss. Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczsm in my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same
disease." 1 fsel sure they will bet.e
fit anv esse of eczema." This shows
what thouands have Droved that Elec
tric Bitters is a most effetive blood
purifier. Its an excellent remedy for
eczema, tetter, salt iheum, ulcers,
boils and running sore?. It stimulates
liver, kidneys and bowels expells poi
sons, helps diftostion builds up the
strength. Price 50 cts. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Slocuin Drug Co.
Fresh buttermilk every dav from
the Lexington Creamery for 15c per
gallon at the Palm.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
THE CNTAUK COtWHHy. CW ORK CITY.
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Notice to the Public.
The two leading magazines of the
Pacific Coast, the Pacifio Monthly ani
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 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
Pacific Monthly Portland, Oregon.
f22-ml4.
You judge a man not by what he
promises to do. but by what he has
done. That is the only true test.
Chambrelain'a Cough Remedy judg
ed by this standard has no superior.
People everywhere speea of it in
tha highest terms of praise. For
sale by Patterson & Son.
Nineteen Miles a Second
without a jar. shock, or disturbance, is
the awful speed of our earth through
space. We wonder at such ease of
nature's movement, and so do those
who take Dr. King's New Life Pills.
No griping, no distress, juU thorough
work that brings good health and fine
feelings. 5 cts at Slocum Drug Co.
To Mothers-And Others.
You can use Buckleu's Arnica Salve
to cure children of eczema, rashes,
tetter chafing scaly and crusted
humors, aa well as thsir accdental
injuries, cuts, burns, bruises, etc.,
with prefect safety. Nothing t-lse
heals so quickly. For boils, ulcers,
old running or fever sores ot piles it
has no equal. 25 eta at Slocum Drus
Co.
Stops earnclie in two minutes;
toothache or pain of burn or scald iu
five minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
muscleache, two hours; sore throat,
twelve hours Dr. Thomas" Electic
Oil, monarch over pain.
Wanted.
By a roan and wife, a position on
ranch. Both know ranch work and
euarantee satisfaction. Inquire at
this office.
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