The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, April 18, 1912, Image 5

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Local and Personal
Go to Edw. C. Hale, Jr., for far
nitare repair.
Yoa need not pay no much for in
surance. Talk to M. E. Smead.
Some desirable rooms to rent. Id
quire of Mrs. Frank Adkins. 2t.
Hoose for gale or rent with one acre
ground. Inquire 1st National Bank, tf
The neatest thing iu the refrigeatur
liae is the "White Frost." Sold by
the Case Furniture Company.
Highest cash prices Daid for hides,
pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
Milling Co.
I have for sale a first class hack
praotically good as new. Will Bell at
Chicken Dinner
Palace Sunday
Aaron Peterson, prosperous Eight
Mile farmer, was doing business in
Heppner on Tuesday.
J. F. Wilder, of Freewater, was
in Heopner a few days this week,
departing for home on Mondav.
Dr C 0. Chick was up from lone
on Friday evening to attend the
tmetintt addressed by Hon. JRaplh D
It may be to your interest to get
my prices before buying watches,
clocks or jewelery. C. R. Johnson,
Joe Waters. lone merchant and
booster was a visitor to Heppner on
Friday vening to hear Ex-Congressman
The roan who has his clothes made
toy Friedriuh the Tailor gets the best
4n ha hail at the nrice id Fabric Fit
and Finish.
Mrs. J. B. Mitchell, of Stettler,
Alberta, a sister of the Thomson boys
and Mrs. W. E. Pruyn, of Heppner,
id visiting with her relatives here.
Postmanter McMillan, of Lexing
ton, attended the big political meet
ing ID neppner on xriuity cvbiuuk,
and incidentally helped in storing
away some of the good things at the
banquet preceding the speaking.
The lyceum committee regret that
it is necessary for holders of season
tickets tu secure a re-reservation of
seats, bat it is impossible to secure
chairs enough to sunt the club house.
Please call at the Slocom Drug Store
and make your choice of seats.
Mrs. Frank Turner and young sot
returned from a visit of a couple of
weeks with her husband at Arlington
on Saturday evening. Frank has now
gone with his shearing crew to Echo
where he begun work in the shearing
plant there the first of the week.
Rhea Lnper d parted on Monday
for LaGrande where he will have
work at that point and in the vtoinity
of Biker in connection with the ad
judicatoin of irrigation rights. Mrs
Luper remains to visit her relativea
here and at Spray for a few weeks.
Mrs. L. E. Cohn will have the first
cut price sale of millinery commenc
ing Saturday. Sailor hats for school
and outing 25 and BO centB each. A
nice assortment of flowers and
trimmed hats at reasonable prices
Maonish hats 1-4 off regular price.
Frof. J. W. L. Kaufman, of lone,
has been chosen as sbprrinlendent of
the High school at Blaine, Wash.,
for the coming year. Blaine ia a
town of about 2500 and has a fine
school. Frof. Kanfman is to be con
gratulated on landing such a good
nosition though we rpgret to see him
leave Morrow countw
. The fplendid downpour of rain on
Thursday and Friday has soaked np
tho grain fields in fine shape. In the I
section of country about lone ana
Lexington what is just booming and
grain in manv of the fields out that
way stands all the way from ten to
eighteen inches high. There will be
no failure in these sections tuis season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lucky." of
Eugene, visited with the families of
S. W. Spencer and Vawter Crawford
four days the past week, leaving
for hom on Monday morning. Mr.
Lucky ia a retired silversmith and
jeweler of Eugene where he haa been
in business for the past 40 years.
Mrs. Lucky is an aunt of Mr. Spenrer
and Mrs. Crawford, and is quite well
known to many of the older settlers
of this section as Miss Jennie Spen
cer. While a pioneer of Oregon, and
having lived ia the state all of his
life, this is the first visit of Mr. Lucky
to Morrow county and he ws greitly
pleased with our surroundings and
bright pop9ots. I
Friends of Senator Bourne have
been .getting vrv b'usv these last
few das of the primary campaign
Strange all of the good points of the
Senator have been so Ioog withheld
from the voting public. Strange,
also, that the people of the state of
Oregon are so obtuse that thev have
failed to discover what a great man
was representing us at Washington.
He will make a most excellent
citizen irt pi i vate life, and should be
allowed to spend his reclining days
on his Massachusetts plantation, near
enough to his big cotton mill to be iu
actual touch with the impoverished
condition of his many under paid
employees. A vote for Ben Selling
is In order.
Little Jimmie, son of James Thom
son, had to be carried to th doctor
ou Saturday to have a fracture of the
collar bone reduced. A few days
previous the little boy tumbled off
the couch onto the floor, and while he
seemed to be somewhat hurt by the
fall it was mt thought that he had
received a broken bone. It became
apparent after a time from the cem
plaints of the little fellow, that he
was worse hurt than at first thought j
and an investigation proved that the
collar bone had been fractured. After
mceiving proper surgical attentitn,
the boy is now on the rapid road to
Col. H. D. Newport, prominont
citizen and business man of Hermia-
ton. was in Heppner for a number of
davs this week, departing for home
on Monday. He was looking after a
matter of business here which he
states to a reporter of this paper that
he wound up in a half day, but find
ing Heppner a very congenial place
he remained over to make us a good
visit and get acquainted with our
business men and the town in general.
The Colonel ia a Jolly good fellow, a
genuine booster for Hermiston, and
the West extension and President
Taft. We hope he may come this
way again.
You surey will not overlook that
tea and musical entertainment at I.
O. O. F. ball on tomorrow evening
from 4 to 8. Thia ia prepared by the
ladies tor the benefit of the Library
Association and sandwiches and cake
and tea and coffee will be served for
the small sum of 16 cents, and be
sides this a continuous piogram of
music will be rendered. The ladies
deserve your support, and this should
be extremely liberal.
The Gazette-Times was in error in
stating at the end of our wiite-up in
last issue that Mr. Scrivner would
make a demonstration on Tuoidny the
16th. It should have been Saturday,
the 20th. On Saturday the machine
will be at work in the field at the
top of the Eight Mile grade, and it
will pay anyone interested in economi
cal farming to see this big Oil Pull
engine at work turning over the
Judge Patterson is very busy send
ing out literature for the Borster
Club, and is getting sea s of inquiries
about Morrow county from all parts
of the United States. He does not
expect to see very large returns in
the way of new comers to this rection.
before fall, but when the colonist
rates are on at that time we should
expect to see many new faces in this
section of the stnto looking after
Mr. and Mrs F. M. Gentry de
parted for Portland ou Monday to be
absent for some time. Uncle Frank
has been very sick for the past two
months, suffering - with rheumatism
and kidney trouble, and he goes to
Portland for medical treatment. His
manv friends here hope for his speedy
recovery. L. V. Gentry accompanied
his father and mother to assist them
on the journey.
Rev. T. S. Hsndsaker, of Walla
Walla, was in Heppner over Sandav ,
preaching both morning and eveniDg
at the Christian chrnch. He is work
ing iu behalf of the National Benevo
lent Association of his ohunh and
took an offering for the home that is
being established at Walla Walla by
th's association.
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Leach are
enjoying a visit this week from Mrs.
Jane Quick, an aunt of the doctor's
who resides at Halsey. Mrs. Quirk
is an old-time resident of Morrow
connty and used to reside on a farm
jnst this side of Lexington when
she was Mrs. Henry Penland."
An impnrUnt sheep deal was made
this week, Tat Farley, of Willows,
having purchased 1800 head of year
ling ewes from Geo. J. Currin, at a
price, we understand. aruuudSC.OO.
This is a fine bunch of sheep and
I'at is one of our most successful
sheep men and is making good.
Maicellous Morgan waa up from
Rhea's Siding yesterday, the first
trio to town in about a year and a
half. He stays on the job like "old
folia" and cornea to town only when
he has baiiness. Everything is pros
perous with him this season.
Cream Puffs at the Bakerv everv
Saturday. All kinds of cookies andl
pastry at the Bakery. (
Soite exceptionally fine films are
being displayed at the Star this week.
Tonight will be shown a thrilling in
cident i,t the Civil War in the "Rail
road Raiders of '63:" also another
one of those illustrated newspapers,
Pathe's Weekly. No vaudeville; price
10 and J 5 cents. .
Dr, J. J. Murray arrived at Hepp
ner on Wednesday evening and will
locate permanently at this pUce. He
is a licensed veterinary with many
years of experience, and will prove a
valuable acquisition to the profes
sional side of our community. Dr.
Murray will be found !at the stable of
McRoberta & Evans.
Lou Davidson was in Heppner on
Wednesday from his Dry Fork ranch.
He is rejoicing with the rest of his
neighbors over the splendid prospects
for crops: while he has a very large
acreage of fall sown grain, he feels
that there Is such good pron ise of
favorable weather that he has put in
an additional 200 acres offspring
Church Announcements.
Sunday school 10 a. in. Lesson
tonio: "The Appointment of the
Twelve." Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Sermons at ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Them8. Morning: "Ihe Call of the
Master." Evening.: "The Convicted
E. P. WARREN, Pastor.
Bible school 10 a. m. Theme for
discussion 11 a. m. "A Reminder."
For evening 7 :30 p. m. "Nine Miles
From Satisfaction." B. V. P. U.
service 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday night 7 :30 p. m. in parson
age. Every Sunday evening seivice
evangelistic You are specially in
vited to attend.
Sunday school at 9 :4a a. m. Morn
ing worship at 11 :00 a. m. Subject
of sermon: "The Greatest Under
taking in the World." Epworth
League at 6 :30 d. m. Evening wor
ship at 7:30 p. ra. Subject of sermon:
"The Heavenly Ladder." Prayer
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Every
body cordially invited to all our
services. .
W. A. PRATT, Pastor.
I have for sale at my place on Eight
Mile. Brown Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing at $1.00 per setting of 15. A good
strain of splendid egg producers. ,
ml 6. Alfred E Anderson.
m - i i i mi m i m .rm. -r m m
the home of
"Sincerity Clothes
We stand for all that the word implies
We are showing a choice line of clothing
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suitable for men, both old and young.
The styles and patterns are of the latest
designs. . The weaves and fabrics are up
to the standard in quality. "QUALITY"
is our motto.
We would ask that, before making your
selection elsewhere, you call at the store
.and inspect our goods. We have a large
and complete stock of shirts and neck
ties. In our Shoe and Glove department
we have the BEST OF THE BEST.
Come in and let us show vm: our service
is at your disposal. As to the prices,
they are in accordance with the times,
within the limits of the most conservative
A Few Reminders
Your new spring suit - $15.00 to $ 25.00
Your new spring hat - 25c, 50c, 60c, 75c
Famous f G.50 Nettleton shoes
Highest quality $5.50 Napa
Tan shoes
Standard quality $5.00 Napa
Tan shoes - r
$4 50
Standard quality $4.50 Napa
Tan shoes - - - $4.00
Horse Hide gloves, $1.50 kind - $1.35
Horse Hide gloves, $1.25 kind - $1.15
Canvas gloves, all kinds 25c, 2 for 25c, 3
for 25c, and 4 for 25c
A good line of work shirts - 50c
Call and we will tell you the rest
Your Business Solicited
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A general insecticide for leaf-biting insects. Gives
the greatest possible poisoning efficiency without
foliage injury. An effective spray for the Codling
Moth, Slugs, Beetles and the Plum and Apple
Curculio. Twenty-five cents per bottle.
A Tonic, Alterative and Resolvent. Tbe
best remedy for Kidney, Liver and Bowels.
Eradicates Pimples, Eruptions and Disorders
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Our knowledge and skill in the att
of taking measures, catting and mak
ing garments enables os to give per
fect satisfaction to the man seeking
Kood fitting clothes. Remember all the
work is done right here and not in
Eastern sweat shops. It does not cost
any more to have your clothes made
right. FR1EDRICH "The Tailor."
A brown mare weighing about JilOO;
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.
St. Eight Mile Oregon.
REDS, the most profitable chickens
known. My first prize Dullet pro
nounced by Judge Gimlin, an eatsern
judge, to be the most perfect Rhode
Island Red that be had ever handled.
Only the best selected birds in oar
pens. Have added new blood from
the best to be bad. First pen beaded
by cock scoring 93,', at Spokane. j
Nothing better in the northwest.
Call and inspect our stock and pre
mium ribbons. Eegs from $2.00 to
$3.00 per 15. $10.00 per 100.
Brilliant Poultry Yrds,
Heppner Oregon.
What Are
Good Clothes?
One of the essentials of good
clothes is ctrrtct tailtring right
hang and fit, with individuality
that distinguishes from the
" ready-made."
The other very important
feature is the dependable quality
znismart style of the fabric used.
When your suit is made of
is guaranteed all pure wool. It
will give you good service and
hold its shape.
Come in and have your
clothes "individualized."
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Kavs Always Bought
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Horses must be fed and cared for the year round when Idle as well as when work
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The ojya la an expense only when actually working and then burns cheap kerosene
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