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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1912)
C. E. WOODSON.
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Office In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on west end of Mar Street
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Court House, Heppner, Oregon,
F. H. ROBINSON,
lone, - - - Oregon
W. H. DOBYNS.
lone. - - - Oregon,
W. L. SMITH,
Only oomplete set of abstract book
in Morrow county.
J. P. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace.
Oflieewith S. E. Van Vactor
DR. M. A. LEACH
Permanently located in Heppner. Office
in the new Fair building. Gas ad
ministered. OSTEOPATHY AND
y l E CJ I A N O - T 1 1 E It A V Y
Dr. Martha S. Arledge, D. 0.
Dr. J. P- Conder, M -T. D-
Treatment of all cliaeusea
99 per cent, of cases successfully treated
N. E. WINNARD. M. D.
PHYSICIAN & MKWEON
Lenox College. 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med College
Ruak Medical College, 1S82.
F. E. Boydcn, M. D.
Physician & Sikokon
Office in rear of Patterson & Son's
WELLS & CLARK.
Three Doors South of PoBtoffice.
Shaving 25c Haircutting 35
Bathroom In Connection.
A. E. Patterson
'2 Doors North
Fine Baths Shaving 25c
J. H. BODE
OR EC, OX
f. r. ROBINSON
w. S. SMITH
ROBINSON & SMITH,
Farms and City Property for Sale. Farms
to rent. Correspondence solicited.
k MAKE YOUR GARDEN
YIELD ITS LIMIT
Pl.nt thorouuhbred seeds. Thor
oughbred seeas ao noi nappeir.
Thejr result irora long ana imeiu-
Kent breedine. lory prmrac
bin crop ol in Desi vi
tables. Use terry a.
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I CORRESPONDENTS' PAGE, jj
j: A News Budget From Writers From i;
i; all Over the County. :
Robert Capon was a Heppner visitor
Jast week, going up ou Monday and
returning a day later.
Mrs. Joseph Knappenberg came
down from Heppner last Thursday and
spent a day at the ranch.
The Earner's Union met Saturday
of last week in the Odd Fellows hall.
Quite a number were in attendance.
L. P. Davidson and wife left on
Monday's train for Vale, where they
go on business and pleasure combined.
John Hughes came up from Port
land last week and is at present wield
ing the oleaver at the lone meat mar
ket. Mrs. Osborn and her girl were up
from Ceoil one day last week and
spent the night with E. 13. Gorton
W. H. Cronk's buzz saw is very
busy these days cutting knot holes.
We can hear it zip, zip, from morn
ing till night.
J. H. Bryson and wife and Mrs. E.
L. Padberg went up to Heppner Mon
day evening of last week, returning
the day following.
Mies Audrey Woolery came up from
Portland last Saturday night. We
understand shs is going to have a
stock of hats here soon.
Until further notice we will have
moving picture show every Saturday
night. Three films and two songs.
Admission 5 and 10 cents.
Frank Woods, of lone, was taken
up to Heppner Monday of last week
and operated on for appendioitls
Frank was getting alocg nicely at
W.S. Smith and Walt Puyear are
each sporting a new dog these days.
They get them up aLout Tacoma.
Better not molest either of the Walts
J. A.. Waters and B. F. Morgan
took a drive out into the country one
day last week to see how things were
getting along, and they say every
thing looks fine and dandy.
A Bride's Trial.
One of the greatest trials a girl has
to encounter when she marries is that
she has to discharge her mother and
depend on a hired girl.
We saw the Professor and Ed Bris
tow out on the ball ground the other
day playing ball with some of the
stars of the coming eeasoi. I tell you
when Prof, and Ed get on a base it is
well covered. Strike, 1, 2, 3 and
Wiley Wattenburger went up to
Heppner Saturday last to visit his
wife and family over Sunday. It
seems kind of haid for Wiley to tear
himself away, but lie has been ship
ping out a lot of baled hay and he
wants to make hay while the sun
Fred Ritchie's little girl met with
a painful accident one day last week.
It seems it was wash day, and while
some of the folks were using the
wringer, the little tot put. her hand
op and got her fingers oaught in the
cogs, grinding the end of one of them
in pretty bad shape. Dr. Chick fixed
it up and it is getting along alright
Carl Smith, from the Davidson
ranch came into lone Saturday night
to get a grub stake. He Laded up a
hack with four mules hitched to it
and started home with a load of mer
chandise that would feed several of us
for a few days at least. He also took
Billy Corson out wjth him to help look
after the many things that need at
tending to on the ranch at this tima
The New and the Old.
Governor Foss of Massachusetts,
tells of a well known divine who was
visiting the state's prison when he
came across a prisoner whose features
were familiar to him. "What brought
you here, my poor fellow?" he asked.
"You married mo to a woman a little
while ago, sir" the prisoner replied
with a sigh. "Ah, I see" said the
parson: "and she was domineering
and extravagant, and she drove you
to desperate courses, eli?" "No,"
?aid the prisoner, "my old woman
turned up. "
The merchants of lone shipped
ut of the vicinity last year 40,0(0
dozen eggs, the home consumption
H-ine about 3.000 dozen. Now when i
vou figure these eggs at 15 cents n
lozen, which was the lowest prioe paid
list year at any time, it amounts to
6,430.00 and the merchants paid ss
iiigh as 40 cents a dizen for a good
tart of them. A great many people
lo not realize what the hen means to
us a year like the last has been. Let
us all try and raise a few more chick
ens and take a little better care of
them and you will be greatly sur
prised what a help it will be towards
keeping the pot boiling.
Hood River papers commenting on
the poultry induatry of the Hood
River Valley, state that they recently
shipped 200 empty egg cases overj the
Mt. Hood Railway. Hood River
will have to squawk when it comes
to the poultry business. Here is
what lone is doing : There is not a
month of the- year that we do not
ship eggs to Hood River. During
1911 our merchants shipped 4290 dozen
eggs and t50 pounds of poultry to
Hood River dealers and had calls for
more. lone, op to the present time
this year, has shipped in over 600 egg
cases. Our hens will make enough
noise to get our name en the map yet.
Robert Crooks was in town Sunday
of last week.
Mr. Nail bas completed another
well on his ranch.
Jesse Davis sold his turkeys to Mr.
Nail, deliverng them Saturday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Weston were looking
after their homestead Saturday last.
Mesdames Weston, Marshall and
Gibbons called on Mrs. Bently Tuesday
Mrs. John Peterson of Wiliow creek
spent a week with Mrs. L. M. Davis
returning home Sunday of last week.
Mesdames Crook and Nail of Deso
lation Flat, were in town Monday last
and with Mrs. Davis called ou the new
L. M.Davis was hauling poles ml
other material for the telephone com
pany on Wednesday and Wednesday
night with his four-horse team.
Jesse and Fred Davis caused a little
exoitement Wednesday after school
while driving a team of colts. Ko
one was hurt aud no damage done.
Mr. Wilson, of Elbcrton, Wash. ,
was in these parts last week lookiig
after his desert claim on the island.
Mr. Weston accomDanied him to Walla
Walla to act as a witness.
A musical treat was enjoyed at the
houso of Mr and Mrs. Bently Friday
night. Mrs. Bently presided at tie
piano while Mr.Marona perfcrmed on
the violin. Thobe present froru the
Washington Fide, were Mr. and Mrs.
Carley and son Leonard and Mr. Ed
F. Bently and family got off the
local at this place on the 11th inst.
Mr. Bently comes to fill the pjsiiian
of foreman on Section 27, and is the
first white man, or more prcperly
speak ng, American to fill the place
in three years. The people are all
very glad to welcome them to this
part of Morrow county.
George Perry was a visitor iu
Mrs. Galdys Gibbons is in this city
visiting her patents.
Many of the pupils of our sjhool
are dropping nut to go to work.
George Bleakman had the misfor
tune to lose one of his best stage horses
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Stevens, a ten pound boy, on March
A fine dance will be giveu by the
Knights of the Maccabees, March 22nd
in their hall.
Ml. Mit Leathers, accompanied by
I. C. Bennett, came over on Saturday
and moved the family of Mr. Leathers
to Lone Rock.
Mrs. John Kirk and her dauehter,
Mrs. Sharp, were Hardman visitors
Saturday. They were on their way
to Heppner where they will live.
Dr. Gaunt was called out to the
Musgrave ranch Tuesiiay to see Will
Musgravc who was taken suddenly ill
while unloadirg hay. He is reported
to be improving.
Hank Parker has been assessing our
city the past week.
Mrs. Albert Cribbins and children
are bark to Lexington tor a couple of
Mrs. Warren, wife of Rev Warren,
of Heppner, visited a couple of days
in our city.
Mr. Carmichael has been creamery
man for a" few days during the ab
sence of Mr. Rasmussen.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Munkera left
Monday morning for Bend, Oregon,
where they were called by the ser
ious illness of their daughter Mabel.
A carload of cinders have been un
loaded aud were used in filling and
making a Walk even with the depot
platform aud extending to the cross
ing. Mr. Caniff has traded his ranch on
Butter creek to Mr. Martin of Flor
ence, Oregon. Mr. Ganiff and family
wll move to Florence in a short
W. E Leach, who recently bought
the Beymer house on Main street, is
doing quite a lot of repairing on the
place. Besides general improving
Mr. Leach is building a garage as he
expects to have a new auto next monht.
A "coon" dance was given by the
club last Friday night.
Erio Carmichael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Carmichael, now lies at
his home in a serious condition, the
result of an accident whioh happened
at school on Wednesday afternoon,
during recess. It seems that Erio,
with a number of playmates were
playing ball when one of the boys,
about 16 years of age, threw the bat
among a number of smaller boys who
were gathered together. This scared
the small boys and they commenced
to run when the same boy picked ud
another bat and threw it, striking
little Eric as he was rising from the
ground preparatory to running away.
It seems that he was among the last
to rise and was struck with the full
force of the bat.
The funeral of little Eric Carmichael '
was held at 10 o'clocs Monday from
the Methodist church. Funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. Warren,
of Heppner. Eric Carmichael was
born Aug. 14, 1901, near Lexington
and died March 1(5, 1912 at his home
in Lexington. He leaves to mourn
his loss a father, mother, three sisters
and two brothers, besides numerous
friends. To the bereaved ones the
people of Lexington extend their heart
felt sympathy in this, their sad hour
You judge a man not by what he
promises to do, but by what he has
done. That is the only true test.
Chambrelain's Cough Remedy judg
ed by this standard has no superior.
People everywhere speeK of it in
the highest terms of praise. For
sale by Patterson & Son.
Joh.n P. (Jkrry) Risk.
Progressive Republican Candidate
"For Roosevelt and Progressive
Policy; against Taft and Stand
Always a true friend of the
Oregon System. The only
candidate for Congress who
dares oppose the Taft Admin
istration and the old time
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "1 not only have
cured bad cases of eczema in my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
rnred myself by them of the same
disease. I feel sure they will bene
fit any case of eczema. " This shows
what thousands have proved that Elec
tric Bitters is a most eSetive blood
purifier. Its an excellent remedy for
eczoma, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. It stimulates
liver, kidneys and bowels expells poi
sons, helps digestion builds up the
strength. Price 50 cts. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Slocum Drug Co.
You may say goodbye to constipa
tion with a clear conscience if you
use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many
hvae been permanently cured by
their use. For sale by Fattreson &
Itching piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cures itching, bleeding or
protruding piles after years of suff
ering. At any drug store..
Some choice yc-uni sows at $10
path. See Wilkins, Palace Hotel.
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ness aiidLoss of Sleep.
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Exatt Copy of Wrapper.
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REQUIRES NO MIXIN 6 OR PREPARATION, ALWAYS READY FOR USE
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MONS YBA CKJFNQTAS CLMMfO- CLARKE.WOODWARD DRUO CO. portuand,ORE.
SYNOPSIS OP THE ANNUAL STATEMENT
Massachusetts Mutual Life
i'- the State of Massachusetts, on the 31st
day of December, lull, mndo to the In
surance Commissioner of the State of Ore
gon, pursuant to law:
Amount of capital piiii up... purely mutual
Premiums received during
the year 9.50t),SSS.97
Interest, dividends and rents
received durins the year.... 2,S36.41(i.40
Income from other sources re
ceived during the year 3i!l..SL'S.iM
Total Income $l',7tio.l34.31
Paid for losses, endowments,
annuities and surrender val
Dividends paid to policy-holders
during the year
Commissions and salaries paid
during the year . . . 1.303.441.57
Taxes, licenses and fees paid
during the year 2JJ.7ti2.39
Amount of all other expendi
tures J 5Sl. 425.79
Total expenditures $ 7,ti'.Ki,utjS.29
Market value of real estate
owned $ 1,031,000.00
Market value of slocks aud
b?ndr owned 27, ."3:;. 220.00
l.oa.1 on mortgages 23. 1M li.iKix.OO
Vreinli M-. notes and policy loans .."2n.334.'.l9
f.ash li ba-..-: and on hand.... 04ti,u71.03
Net nn oi.e: te and deferred
Other assets (net) H.".2.0!1..24
Total assets $(14,730,042.31
Total assets admitted In Ore
Net reserve I3tl.S4.61S.O0
Total policy claims IM.ixiU.H
All other liabilities . . . 2.tt).!3..V)
Total liabilities $04,730,042.31
Total insurance in force De
cember 31, l'.Ml $2N3.0OO.270.00
Business in Oregon for the Year
Total risks written during the
year $ 010.4OS.00
Gross iiremiums received dur
ing the year lrtl.BWVM
Losses paid during the year... ,".!. 07s 7S
Losses incurred during the year til. 07s. 78
Total am.iunt of risks outstand
ing in Oregon December 31.
1811 $ 4.041,2112.00
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the Lexington Creamery for 15c p r
gallon at the Falrru
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
THK CKNTAUR COMPANY. HIW VOttK CITY.
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If you are going- to raise
prize whinners for the winter
EGGS $2.50 to $5.00
You can't do better an vwhere
AY. 1 lilLL
Nineteen Miles a Second
without a jar, shock, or disturbance, is
the awful speed of our earth through
space. We wonder at such ease oi
nature's movement, and so do those
who take Dr. King's New Life Pills.
No griping, no distress, just thorough
work that brings gocd health and fine
feeliugs. 5 cts at Slocum Drug Co.
To Mothers-And Others.
You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
to cure children of eczema, rashes,
tetter chafing scaly and crusted
humors, as well as thir accdental
injuries. cuts, burns, bruises, etc.,
with prefect safety. Nothing else
heals so quickly. For boils, ulcers,
old running or fever sores or piles, it
has no equal. 25 cts at Slocum Drug
Stops earnclie in two minutes;
toothache or pain of burn or scald iu
five minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
rnuscleache, twn hours; sore throat.
twtlve hours Dr. Thomas' Electic
Oil, monarch over pain.
By a man aud wife, a posit'on on
ranch. Both know ranch work and
guarantee satisfaction. Irqr re at