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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1912)
Local and Personal
For second hand furniture see
Clyde Wells. It.
You need not pay no much for in
surance. Talk to M. E. Smead.
Son desirable rooms to rent. In
quire of Mrs. Frank Adkins. 2t.
i W. T. Campbell and R. L Bei ge,
Sooial Ridge faimsrs, were in Hepp
The neatest thing iu the refrigeatur
line is the "White Frost." Sold by
the Case Furniture Company.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Luner, of Salem,
arrived in Happner last evening on a
visit to realtives.
HiRhoHt cash prices paid for hides,
pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
Mrs. Frank Turner matfe visit to
Arlington tia week where her hus
band is engaged in sheepshearing.
Cream Puffs at the Bakery every
.Saturday. 4 All kinds of cookies and
pastry at the Bakery.
Born In Heppner on Tuesday,
April 2, 1912, to the wife of Glenn
Hayes, a ten pound son.
Paul Bietman, prominent farmer
of the lone section, was in town over
last evening attending to business
W. E. Leaoh, of Lexington, is now
the Dosgeeaor of a new Michigan tour
ing car. He viBited Heppner with
bis family in the new car on Sunday.
The Chistann ohuch people of lone
are pepariucc a fine program in com
memoration of Earner iu Walker' s
hall on Sunday morning to which
everyone is invited.
J. W. Maidment and Morgan Ward
prominent oitizens of Lone Rock, were
in Heppoer lant evening on thier re
turn home from a business visit to
Dan P. Smythe came over from
Pendleton on Tuesday to interview our
sheep owners and make arrangements
for taking over some sheep recently
O. P. Hendricson returned from
Albany on Tuesday evening very much
improved in health. He has been
absent for about three months, and is
glad to getjtiome again.
W. D. Newion,, of Seattle, was in
Heppner the first of the week endeav
oring to interest some of our people
in Bend real estate. He represents
the firm of Newlon-Koller Co. , Seattle
Richard McElligott, candidate from
the West end for county commi sioner,
was ib Heppner on Tuesday and filed
his petition with, the county clerk.
He aspires to the nomination on the
Jas. H. Wyland was down from
Hardman few days this week mak
ing preparations for the lambing sea
son which begins in his camps right
away. He has decided not to enter
the race for county jadge.
Loy Turner, who graduates i n civil
engineering from O. A. C. this spring
lias filed his petition for nomination
to the office of Surveyor of Morrow
countv on the republican ticket. Ha
is a graduate of Heppner High and
has been in O. A. C. for the past four
The Liberty Meat Market has been
re-opened under the management of
Dock Matlock, with Jack Wherry at
the block. Mr. Matlock is a new
man in the butchering business but
mnmisea the trade of Heppner that
thev shall receive the beat the market
can pro luce.
The Matteson crew of sheepshearers
departed for the sand on Sunday to
hetrin the soasou's work. They tackle
the John Kilkenny bands first and are
yorking on them now. After a
month's work in this county the crew
goes to Gtant county where thry will
have a run of neveral Meets.
W. P. Scrivner is making practi
cal demonstration in plowng with the
bie;Rume!y OiiPulI mgne this week.
He is running a strinfj of plows on the
Gilmnn land at the head of tlie E ght
Mile grali just sojth of Heprner and
the demonstration-) am creating con
Geo. Tj'tt his week disonsed of his
ranrh southwest of lone to R McElli
att. Georse has resided in Southern
Calforniia for a number of years, ow-
inir to failing health, at-d has depen
ded on rentira to run his Morrow
eiuntv ranch. This not proving satis
factory, and not being able to farm
the Dlnea himself, be decided to sell.
Mr. Utt will return to California to
Feel languid, week, run down?
Headache T Stomach "oft"'?-Just a
plain caso of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bittra tones liver and stomach.
promotes digeauoa, puriuw u u"., j
Go t-) Edw. C. Hale, Jr. , for fur.
Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts
or burns without a scar. Cures piles,
eczema, salt rheum, any itching.
Doan'a Ointment. Your druggist sells
Remember that the Library Associ
ation will be open to the public on
each Wednesday afternoon from 3 to
5, at which time the librarian will be
on hani to take in and give out the
books. For the present the library
will be at the Episcopal church but
a little later on it will be removed to
the council room.
Dr. F. E. Boyden returned on Mon
day evening from a visit of a few days
in Portland. Mrs. Boyden accompan
ied him to the city and will remain
there for some days yet, visiting
relatives. While in Portalnd. Dr.
Boyden attended a meeting of the
county physicians and health officers
of the state, ihere was a good at
tendanceand a eplencid progam pre
sented. The Star theater has been receiving
the finishing touches of the paint
brash this week, and now presents
a very pleasiong appearance. Mr.
Sparks ia continually putting on a fine
line of films, and the must striking
feature the past week has been Pa the 's
Weekly, a veritable newspaper in
moving pictures. He will present
another one of theee'illustrated events
on to-morrow and Saturday evenings.
Prioes remain at 10 and 5 cents.
Cheapest accident insurance Dr.
Thomas' Eoleotic Oil. Stops the pain
and heals the wound. All druggists
Our knowledge and skill in the art
of taking mpasureB. cutting and mak
ing garments euables us to give per
fect satisfaction to the man seeking
good fitting clothe. Remember all the
work is done right here and not in
Eastern sweat shops. It does not cost
anv more to have your clethes made
right. FRIEDRIOH "The Tailor."
A brown mare weighing about 1300:
branded EE on right stifle; white star
iu forehead. This animal disappeared
from the cattle and horse reserve near
Hardman In October last. A reward
of $10 will be paid for information
leading to the recovery of this animal.
E E. LOVGREN,
3t. Eight Mile Oregon.
SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND
REDS, the most profitable chickens
k'ovn. My firtt prize pullet pro
nounced by Judge Gimliu, an eatsern
judge, to be the most perfect Rhode
Island Red that he had ever handled.
Only the beet selected birds in our
pens. Have added new blood from
the best to be had. First pen headed
by cock scoring 93, at 'Spokane.
Nothing better In the northwest.
Call and inspect our atock and pre
mium ribbons. Eggs from 2.00 to
$3.00 per 15. $10.00 per 100.
Brilliant Poultry Yrds,
Stallion Registration Board, State of Oregon.
License Certificate ol PURE BRED Stallion
or Jack No 941. .
Dated at oivallls, Oregon, February 21, 1912.
The pedigree of the Jack BIO JACK, No. 8647,
American registered in the studbook of Amer
ican Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jen
nets. Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington,
Motiow Co., Oregon, Bred by Lewis King,
Clever, Ho. Inscribed as follows: Black;
white points. Pedigree; Old Bart, sire; Gen
eral, sire of sire; Jenie Jlnkens, dam of sire.
Bell, dam; Warrior, aire of dam ; Lucy, dam of
dam. Breed Jack. Foaled in the year Aug. 10,
1907, has been examined by the Htallion Regis
tration Board of Oregon, and it is hereby cer
tified that the said jack is of Pure Breeding, is
registered in the studbook that is recognized
by the associations named in section uine of an
Act of the Legislative Assembly of the State of
Oregon providing for the liceuslng of stallions,
etc., Hied in the office of the Secretary of State,
February 23, 1911, and that the above named
jack has been examined by the retrinarian
appointed by the Stallion begistration Board
and is hereby reported free from infectious,
contagious or transmissible diseases or un
sonndness and Is hereby licensed to stand, or
public service in the State of Oregon
ERMINE L. FOTTE .,
(Seal) Sec'y Stallion Begistration Hoard.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Imported this winter direct
from the state of Missouri, and
wil stand the season at the
Terms : $15.00 to insure living?!
colt; $10 for the season ana o
for single leap.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
Was also imyorted to Morrow
County the past" winter and
will stand the season of 1912 at
the Livery Stable of
McRoberts & Evans,
and terms of service will be
the same as for Big King.
Care taken to prevent accidents but will be responsible for
none. If interested in raising mules, you should see these two
splendid animals. J. N. HELMS, Owner, Lexington. Oregon.
Stallion Registration Board, fltate of Oregon.
License Certificate ol GRADE Stallio.i or Jack
NO 91 7. Dated at Corvallis, Oregon. February
6, 1'JU. The pedigree of grade lack DUKE,
sired by the pure bred Jack Old Duke No.
Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington, Morrow
Co., Oregon, and described as follows: Color
Black; white points. Foaled In the yaar 1904,
has been examined by 'he Stallion Registration
Board of Oregon, and It is found that the said
iack is .ree from infectuous. contgiou or
transmissible diseases or unsoundness. He
is not of pure breeding, and is, therefore, not
eligible for registration in any sludbook re
cognized by the associations named in section
nine of an Act of the Leglslatixe Assembly of
the State of Oregon providing for the licensing
of stallions, ate., filed in the o .lice of the Secre
ttry of State, February 2D, 1911. The said jack
is hereby licensed to stand for public service
In the State of Oregon.
ERMINE L. POTTER.
Sec'y Stallion Registration Board.
TBue GMeB -
Meal time, when you really eat
Comforta&te and Clean
Rooms 25c, 50c, $1.00 Meals 35c and 50c
Special Rates by Week or
Come once, you come again.
Garment has been design
ed for YOU
You'll find these new garments to your
liking in every way. They can be re
lied upon for Better Service, the work
manship, materials and linings being
the very best to be had. For all this
extra quality, style and service, you'll
have to pay no more than has been
a custom with you
$1 7.50 to $25.00
The greater part of this line is now in
stock and we are receiving a few new
garments every few days by express.
Look here before you buy.
MINOR & CO.
v HEPPNER, OREGON
will mean much more if your
tailoring comes from
A. E Anderson &- Co.
Fit, materials and workman
Style to suit your fancy.
Order now and let us con
vince you that this is "The
Tailoring You Need."
Leave Your Orders With
He Guarantees Satisfaction
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
By a man and wife, a position on
ranch. Both know ranch work and
guarantee satisfaction. Inquire at
this office. St.
A maa with a si or eight-horse
team to do farm work. Inqmlra at
a . aw .
ID II CHDCt.
IT IS BUT A FEW DAYS 'TIL
Get your post-cards and Easter novelties Rabbits,
Chickens, etc. -NOW, at
SLOCUM DRUG CO.