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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1912)
C. E. WOODSON.
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
OTIIc In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on vest end of May Street
S. E. Not son
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Court House,
F. H. ROBINSON,
lone, - -' - Oregon
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
IV. L. SMITH.
Only complete tet
in Morrow county.
of abstract oooki
J. P. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace.
Office with S. E. Van Vactor
DR. M. A. LEACH
Permanently looated in Heppner, Offloe
In the new Fair building. Gas ad
Dr. Martha S. Arledae. D. 0
Dr, J. P. Conder, M-T- D-
Treatment of all diseases
S9 per cent, of canes successfully treated
' witnoui operation ...
N. E. WINNARD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & 81RVEON
Lenox Colleflre. 1885.
Chicago Homeopathic Med Collegt
Rusk Medical College, 1892.
F. E. Boyden, M. D.
Physician & Sukoeom
Office in rear of Patterson & Son's
WELLS & CLARK.
Three Doors South of Postoffice.
Shaving 26c Haircntting S5
Bathroom In Connection.
A. E. Patterson
2 Doors North
Fink Baths Shaving 25c
J. H. BODE
F. H ROBINSON
W. S. SMITH
ROBINSON & SMITH.
Farms and City Property for Sale,
to rent. Correspondence solicited.
are those who
raise good flow-
I er and vegetables.
flowers anil vce
from r,ood seeds. Wc pro-
duce good seeds the tnfer-
ence Is obvtous. For sale J
I flit SEED ANNUAL
I Tm mm Beqaeat t
jj CORRESPONDENTS' PAGE. j
j: A News Budget From Writers From :
i; all Over the County.
We did not see Sliding Bill at
church last Sunday night. Wonder
where he was.
Mr. Borrows or Lexington was an
lone visitor one day last week. Come
and see us again Mr. Burrows
Roy Akers left Mondav morning for
Idaho, where he will help his brother
in-law with the spring work.
Mrs. Walter Eubanks, of Pendleton,
has been here several days visiting
with her mother, Mrs. Halvorsen
Mrs. John Wilt and daughter made
visit to Heppner Mondav of last
week, returning the following day,
Mae Wattenburger came down to
lone to see us last Saturday. Come
again Mae when jou can stay longer.
Fred Nicholson went np above
Walla Walla last week to see a party
who is anticipating a well drilled
somewhere in this locality.
Nels Swanson and wife left last
Friday morning for Idaho where they
will visit for some time with their
son Einil who is located op there.
The moving picture show given at
Walker's hall last Saturday night was
first nlasain every respect. Better go
see it next Saturday night and have
jolly good laugh.
The best egg day of the season up
to date was last Saturday, the O. T.
Walker Eat. getting 16 cases holding
30 dozen each. Stay with it you fea
Ross Shaver who was here for some
time a couple of years ago is back
with us again. He airived Snnday
morning from Kansas City and ex
pects to stay in this locality.
Fox to rabbit sitting in a
Why don't you come outside?
Rabbit Because if I came
I might get inside; and if I stay
side I'm certan to remain outside.
R. M. Akers is wearing a broad
smile these days. The well drillers
have just completed a well for him
getting an abundance of water at
bout 100 feet
The railway bridge builders have
been here several days, working on
the water tank which needed it sadly,
We hope next time they come it will
be to pat up a steel tank.
Frank Woods retained from Hepp
ner, Tuesday ol last week, where be
has been for some time recovering
from an opeiation for appendioitis
Frank is feeing pretty good again,
F. H. Robinson returned from Port
land last week where be went to
have a slight operation. Frank says
he feels much better and is as busy as
bee these days registering the pros
E. M. Shott was up from the ranch
last Saturday with a bunch of cackle
berries and some of that good country
butter that tastes like more. E. M
says there is no hard work on these
creek ranches all same vacation.
Lee Padberg is very busy these days
fencing his lots. Stay with it Lee;
helps the appearance of things
wonderfully. There are a few more
of us that have fences that need fix-
ins ; wonder if we oould get Lee into
the notion of helping us?
W. H. Cronk and family went up
to Lexington last Sunday to spend the
day with Mr. and Mrs. Burrows. We
understand Mr. Burrows is going to
leave Lexington and move to Adams
here his company has a location for
We do not like to lose men
of Mr. Burrows' type but our locality's
loss will be another's gain.
A Sad Calendar.
an et was quite ill one day;
Feb rile trouble came her way.
Mar tyr-like, she lay in bed;
Apr oned nurses softly sped.
May be said the doc. judicial,
Junket would be beneficial.
Jul eps, too though freely tried
Ang--ured ill for Janet died.
Sep ulchre was sadly made
Oct aves pealed and prayers were said
Nov ices with many a tear
Dec orated Janet's bier.
The Y. P. B. 0. served supper in
the ,Wilmot building last Saturday
evening. Did they have anything
good to'eat? Well I should snicker.
Yom yum! Th"se fine cakes and
those chicken sandwiches just like
mother used to make; they had beans
hot and beans cold and everything
imaginable for the young and old and
they had a goodly crowd in attendance.
Table after table was filled and the
young people waited on the feasters
in a way that would please a king.
We wish this yoong society all that
is possible ar.d we hope they will
have many more such pleasant gather
Mr. Thomas Lyness was a Lexing
ton visitor on Wednesday.
Mrs. Brashears is entertaining her
mother front Walla Walla Wn.
Mrs. W. M. Mcillan and Miss Vesta
Outsforth visited a day in lone.
Mrs. Ed Dnran, who baa been quite
ill for some time is better at this
M. and Mr". Caniff and daughter
Merle will leave for their new home
Mr. Al Zina went up to Heppner,
Tuesday, and was operated on for
appendicits on Wednesday.
Ohas. Schaz, the new Tum-a-Lum
Lumber Co. man, is here getting
acquainted with friends and patrons,
Mrs. Al Zink returned from visiting
her brother near Salem. Mr. Zink
sister, Mrs. Hewitt, accompanied her
Mrs. Rowena Gentry and two child
ren went up to Heppner on Saturday
night. Mr", Gentry will have some
dentistry work done while there.
Mrs. Ella Craven Wheeler will give
another lecture at the Congregational
church March 25. Admission 25 cents,
Mrs. Wheelet is an interesting talker
and everyone who can should hear bar,
The Ladies Improvement society
wish to announce that any money con
tributions will be gladly received.
Payments may be made to either Mrs.
xom ceymer, Mrs. will crow, or
Mrs. M ankers.
Two Swedish boys from Minnesota
are the latest new comers in our city.
One of the young men bought a piece
of land here. Both are well pleased
with the country. Tbey expect more
comers from Minnesota soon.
Lexington will be sorry to lose
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Burrows, who
will make their future home at
Adams. Mr. Burrows has been the
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co. man in our
city for the past three years. The
Bnrrows'will leave many friends when
they depart for their new home about
April 1. Misses Wllma and Ruth
will remain until school closes, when
they will join their parents. We wish
Mr. Burrows success in his new place.
R. B. Rice bought two cows at
Arthur Ashinhust is now working
for Hynd Bros.
This nice weather Is very favorable
to the lambing season.
Claud White has to make two tiips
a week to the creamery.
Miss Boblet visited Mrs. Finley
from Friday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Finley were
Sunday visitors of Mr. Tucker and
R. B. Rice ad W. L.
made a business trip to
Ernest Smith and Miss Maxwell
attended the basket dinner at Pine
W. L. Copenhaver purchased a fat
bog and two Jersey calves from Law
Mrs. Subert and Miss Ida Copen
haver were visiting their father a few
days last week.
Miss Winnie Smith, Miss Boblet
and Roy Campbell visited Mrs. Sarah
Spring barley is coming uo well.
All ersin looks fine and not many
squirrels are to be seen at present.
Teachers, pupils and several out
siders have been busy for several days
preparing for the closing of school.
S. S. was reorganized and will be
held as usual soon as the literature
arrives which should be about April
Edgar Copenhaver oame very near
having a serious accident happen him
one day at school Glad to say bis
eye was not seriously injured. PudiIs
should be more careful in their play.
Irrigon hasn't any the bettor of
Sand Hollow when it comes to the
chicken business as Claud White has
pen of Anconas and Black Minorcas;
R B. Rice a pen of large Plymouth
Rocks and R. I. Reds and Joe Sibley
has the Anconas, Minorcas and R. I.
Reds. All three run incubators and
can furnish eggs or baby chicken at
B. Finley lost a nice heifer last
Alpine closed Friday
Lambng begins in this vicinity about
April 25th this year.
M. Mills Is living on Butter oreek
now. in the employ of Mr. Matthews,
Oscar Szepanek was plowing for tl
Alpine ranch a few days the past
Quite a number of Alpine folks at
tended the basket dinner at Pine City
Mr. Ewing of Cecil was in the
nieghborhood lately to see about get
ting our school the coming year.
W. D. Hoeye arrived from the Val
icy wun nis iamny last week and is
at home on the homestead again.
j as. farmer suiter el quite a severe
misfortune lately. While out hunting
a stray cow his pony threw him
breaking the collar bone. At last
reports he was getting along nicely.
A. L. Ayers retuned from
recently, and his wit will
.There is a man living in our neigh
borhood that expects a new son-in-law
The snow at Parker's Mill is about
five inohes and still old mother nature
seems to throw down her gems.
The dance at the sehoolhouse was
success, and was well attended. The
only incident to mar the pleasure of
the occasion was a short bat severe
attack of sickness by Chas. Ridgewav
about eleven o'clock. He was very
sick for a few minutes.
Guy Fuller says he will be a mil
lionaire soon, if everything turns out
Paul Webb has a new time piece,
Paul is very proud of this time piece;
its name is Waterberry.
Harley Matteson ear-marked him
self reoently in a barbed wire fence
by running a barb through his ear,
The big dance at the mountain
school house was well attended
There were abont 50 present. Every
body repotted a good time.
Harley and Walter Matteson killed
two bob cats recently near Rbea
creek, and while hunting cats they
killed 12 porcupines. These animals
are .getting very thick" near Rhea
Artie Brown took a notion a'few
days ago that he would get a partner
for the dance, so he rambled over to
Mr. Davises to say the big word, bnt
when he landed there was no one
present. He found out soon that she
was down to John Ridgeway's and
had been there for three days. Art
was out of uck.
Harley, Edgar, Elmer and Loren
Matteson killed a big bob cat reccent
ty on House Log. They had a hard
chase for this animal but at last they
found him in a big tree. The dogs
had treed him about half a mile from
where he started.
Earl Ross of Coolidge was an Irri
gon visitor Sunday.
Mr. Seaman purchased the 5-acre
tract of Mr. Ferdinand Baner. It is
a choioe piece of land lying close to
Saturday night a dsnce was held at
the E. & W. ball. There was a good
attendance an an enjoyable time was
We expect to report quite a number
of real estate deals in the near future
as things are beginning to liven np
a little already.
The water is now running int he big
ditch and it will only be a matter of
a few days when the irrigating season
will be upon us.
There am seven more weeks of
school for the Irrigon pupils. Among
so many contending emotions it is bard
to say whether they are glad or sorry.
Miss Park received word that her
brother, in Herraiston, was ill. She
went down Friday afternoon and, find
ing him muoh better returned Sunday.
Miss Kelly is now a visitor in Irri
gon among her many friends. During
her absence, of about ten months, she
visited the Hot Lakes as a cure for
rheu matism and is now on her way to
her home in Pomeroy, staying here for
a few days.
A first class ball game was pulled
oft here last Sunday p. m. Irrigon
has some good players anl altho it
has never done any real tea a work
many ata under the impression that
they can put up a pretty good scrap
against an outside team. We wish
we coald get a match game with
some of oar neighboring towns; viz.
Lexington, lone, or even Heppner.
What say you boys? A came is being
arranged with Umatilla for next Sun
day. Dr. Wlnnard has taken a apoial
course on eve iiseaaMand is prepare! j
to fit glass properly, - -
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John P. (Jerry) Rusk.
Progressive Republican Candidate
"For Roosevelt and Progressive
Policy: against Taft and Stand-
Always a true friend of the
Oregon STstem. lhe only
candidate for Congress who
dares oppose the Taft Admin
istration and the old time
A ladies plain gold band ring.
Finder please leave at this office and
get reward. St.
Eggs for Setting.
Prize winning Anconas. Setting
of 15 eggs 12.50. My chickens were
prize winners at the recent Pendleton
chicken show. MACK SMITH.
A thoroughbred Jersey bull, one
year of age and dehorned. Will sell
this animal cheap.
Single Comb Rhode Island Reds;
All utility stock sold. Eggs from
special matings only. Price per
setting $2.00. fa. 50 and 3.00. A few
more choice cockerels for sale.
Brilliant Poultry Yards, Heppner,
Lost Ring of keys. Oone key for
Yale lock, marked "Forest Service."
Fialer please return to torest office
aad get reward.
P. A. Dixon.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss. D wight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczema in my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by tbem 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 effetive blood
purifier. Its an excellent remedy for
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. Ft stimulates
liver, kidneys and bowels expells poi
sons, helps digestion builds up the
strength. Price 50 cts. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Slocum Drug Co.
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, jat thorough
work that brings good health and fine
feelings. 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 tlnir accdental
injuries, cuts, burns, bruises, etc..
with prefect safety. Nothing else
beald so quickly. For boils, ulcers,
old running or fever sores 01 piles it
has no equal. 25 cts at Slocum Drug
You judge a man not by what be
promises to do, but by wnat he nas
done. That is the only true test.
Chambrelain's Cough Remedy judg
ed by this standard has no superior.
People everywhere spee.K of it in
the highest terms of praise. For
sale by Patterson & Son.
Stops earache in two minutes:
toothache or pain of barn or scald in
five minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
muscleache, two hours; sore throat.
twelve hours Dr. Thomas' Electic
Oil, monarch over pain.
You may sav goodbye to constipa
tion with a clear conscience if you
use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many
vae been permanently eared by
their use. For sale by Pattreson &
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.
Fresh buttermilk every dav from
! the Lexington Creamery for 15o per
gallon at the Palm.
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