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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
C. E. WOODSON.
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Off lc In Palace Hotel Heppner, Oregon
Sam E. VanVactor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on west end ol May Street
S. E. Notson
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offloeln Court House, Heppner, Oregon.
F. H. ROBINSON.
lone, - - - Oregon
W. H. DOBYNS.
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W
lone, - - - Oregon
W. L. SMITH.
Only complete set ol abstract book
In Morrow oounty.
J. P. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace.
Office with S. E. Van Vaetor
OH. JW. A. LEACH
Permanently looeted in Heppner. Offic
in the new Fair building. Gbb ad
Dr. Martha S. Arledge.4). 0.
Dr. J. P'Conder, M -T. D-
Treatment of ull diseases
99 per cent, of chhbs successfully tieated
N. E. WINNARD, M. D.
PIIVSI(1A. Jc SI ItUlCOM
-Graduate of : '
Lenox C liege, 1S85.
Chicago Homeopathic Med Collect
Hunk Medical College, 1892.
F. E. Boyden. JW. D.
PUYS.'CIAN & SlKOKON
Office in rear of Pntierson & Son's
WELLS & CLARK.
Three Doors South of Postoffice.
gbavlng 25c Haircuttfng 36
Bathroom in Connection.
A. E. Patterson
Fine Baths Siiavix25c
J. H. BODE
F- H- ROBINSON
w. S. SMITH
ROBINSON & SMITH.
Farms and City Property for Sale. Farms
to rent. Correspondncesollcltefl.
DR. J. J. MURRAY V. S.
Registered and graduate Vet
erinarian. O'Jice at the Evans
f- McRobcrts Livery Stable.
Dr. Murray will locate here permanently.
I have for sale at mv plare on Eight
Mile. Brown Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing at $1.00 per getting of 15. A good
atrain of splendid egg producers.
mis. Alfred E. Anderson.
A News Budget From Writers From
all Over the County.
Mrs. Fred Kaiser, of Dufur, is here
visiting with hei parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Griffiu.
Mrs. Lute Jordan, formerly of lone
but now living at Ptrtland, is up
here visiting with friends and rela
tives. Dr. Chick and Willard Blake were
Heppner visitors last week, going tip
Thursday evening and returning Fri
Mrs. Turner, who has been visiting
with A. Rice and family for some
time returned to her home at Eugene
last Tuesday a week.
Bishop Paddook spoke in the Bap
tist church Mondar evening April 22,
to a very attentive audience. s Dur
ing the evening service four wore
Fred Esteb and his wife were out
in Gooseberry one day last week.
Fred reports things fine and dandy out
in his part of the oountry. Says he
never saw a better outlooa.
"Every time the automobile breaks
down I notice you look at your state
license." "I do thft for encourage
ment. The lioense says I'm compe
tent to operate the machine."
Dr. A. Reid and wife returned to
their home at Stanfield Monday morn
ing of last week. We understand that
the doctor sold one of his houses and
lots while up here. Mrs. Liddie Rhea
being the purchaser.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mor
gan on Sunday, April 28 a daugher.
Moher and child getting aloug nicely.
Bennie is wearing that everlasting
smile since he is the proud daddy of
the fine young lady.
Mr. and Mrs. McAllister ofr Hepp
ner, and Dot Ganger and Mabel Dav
idson of lone went to Pendleton Wed
nesday, as delegates of the Baptist
church S. S. to attend the state Sun
day school association.
Sam was a tight-fisted, hard-hearted
old rancher. His brother William
dying, the neighbors said, from lack
of proper treatment. Sam drove to
town to have a death notice insert ted
in the weekly paper. "There aint no
charges, be there?" he asked. "0.
yes indued," answered the editor
"our price is $2 an inch." "Crac
kv!" muttered the old man, "an'
Bill six foot two.'
The best bassball game of the sea
son was played at lono, Sunday, April
28, between the Morgan Snails and the
Imie luVtlcs. The game waxed so fast
and furiouB that It required a new
pitcher every inning. Srorb keeper
Sodan Water Ed used ud all the avail
able tenre cards to be had in the com
mnnity and it was irrmossible to keep
track of the runs. We saw an auto
loBd of Heppner people, "stop to wit
nefs" the game. Whether the game
was to swif for them to follow or
whether they were afraid their ma
chine would shy at it, we did not
learn, but they made a very short
stay. We hope the boys will give us
the other barrel next Sunday.
Bill Wasn't Bored.
Bill has a billboard. Bill also has
a board bill. The board Dill Dorea
Bill. So Bill sold the. billboard to pay
the board bill. So after Bill sold his
billboard to pay his board bill the
board bill no longer bored Bill.
The ball game played at lone Sat-
urdnv between the Heppuer and lone
grammar schools was an excellent
game. Both teams played good ball,
the Henner boys being a little slow on
haeg was the mnin reason of the lone
tenm getting seYprel riNis. Morrel
Blake was the main guy with the big
stick, hittjnft one two bagger and two
three baggers, 'lhe score wag 7 to 1
in Ione's favor. Ileppuer's linn up
was as follows: lb, Smih;lf, Halo:
2b, Young; cf, Oawford: p. Wilson:
s Wright; rf, Cowins; c, Hayes: 3b.
Fiske, Icne's liniun as follows:
lb. Lundell: If, Howell; 2b. Cochran
cf , Reitmi n ; p Bi"ke : ss. V. Utit-
man rf K. Blakn; r, Pennington; 3b,
Dcbvna. We hore the boys will get
togeth r aain and have a nice gnme.
Let us ail boost for both the Heppner
and lone grammar school teams 89
tht-y are t art of th rising generation
and they all. have their little part to
rlo in the world. A little encourage
ment won't hurt any of them.
Chai. Breshears ha new windmill
on his property on Knob Hill in Lex
Mrs Robert Wilcox and two child
ren went to Heppner Friday evening
to be gons until Monday.
Mrs Wilmot returned to her home
at lone Thursday, after visiting' her
daughter for a few days.
Mrs. Beymnr of the Lexingon hotel,
entertained her daughter, Mrs. Mor
gan and family a few days last week.
Ed Burchell went to Portland on
Monday. The ohivarl band is getting
ready to welcome him on his return.
Lexington will be sorry to lose Mr.
Rasmussen. the present creamery
man, who leaves May 1st, for The
Dalles, his new place.
Mr. B. E. Sykes, of Portland, is
here as our new creamery man. Mr.
Sykes will commence work about May
1st. We wish Mr. Sjkes success in
his new field.
Any one and everyone who is inter
ested in the improvement of the old
cemetery .will please meet there on
Decoraion day to participate to a gen
eral oleaning up of the entire ceme
tery. Miss Johnson and Miss Morgan two
of our school teachers have been re
hired for the ensueing year. The
children of the school will be pleased
to hear this for they all think very
much of these two teachers.
Would'ut it be a good plan for our
Lexington people to follow the ex
ample of the other towns and clean up
our streets and alleys? Strangers
ooming into our burg notice these
things, so citizens get busy and here
by boost Lexington.
- The Tum-a-Lom Lumber Co. is
stocking up with their summer supply
of wood. They have about 400 cords
ordered and at the rate it has been
coming in the past week, it augh to
be good and dry for the people when
they commence to haul it away.
. BLACK BUTTE.
Artie Brown will be on the water
Matt Hughes' baby has been very
ill. She hag pneumonia.
David Dunhouser and wife passed
by recently going to Heppner.
Mrs. Reasnor and children are
visiting at H. D. Long's at present.
Reid Bros, will soon be done saw
ing. They expect to finish Wednes
day. William Maxwell returned from
Heppner Sunday. He will begin
plowing for Paul soon.
" Chas. Butler went to Heppner
recently for a load of groceries for
the store at Parker's Mill.
Loren Mateson and Kenneth Mc-
Ferrin have been hunting coyote dens
recently. Hope they don't fiud them
School started at the Blue Moun
tain school house the 22nd of April.
There are a few pupils going. The
teaher is Miss Alice Arnold.
A bunch of Indians camped on Rhea
creek recently. They have one hun
dred head of horses. They will be
digging couse soon near Horse gulch.
Bert Burrows, while working at
Raids mill Monday morning, stepped
on a piece of lumber. - The lumber
broke, Brt suffering a broken leg.
Dr. Winnatd answered the hurry call
to attend him.
William Ridgeway went to the
mountains Saturday to purchase a load
ofwood. On his way, back he found
the roads very soft so he left -his
wagon. Try it again Bill, don't get
disgusted with the first attempt.
Harley Matteson recently injured
his big toe by riding a wild horse near
Balm creek. The horse bucked to a
ditch and fell on Mhe rider's foot.
Harley said he thought the toe would j
be alright soon if he could keep it
from taking a relapse.
Clyde and Bird Swift, are plowing
for John Garity. 1
Harlin Swift and Vr.ne Jones spent
Sunday with Vance Jones.
Oscar Keithly and family called on
Mrse Ashbaugh and family Satmday
A. 12. Andersoon has rented the
Fred Ashbaugh timberculture and is
Road Suprevisor Jones and son
Vane are repairing the roads these
days in Buttermilk Canyon.
Bert Wsrd hag gone to the Va'ley
to be at the bedside of his father,
who is reported to be very low.-
Mose Ashbaugh lia just finished
planting 4 acres of potatoes, mostly
Early Rose. He says he is ready to
book orders uow for fall delivery at
two dollars per.
Tie . SSiidDw Yean Aifl C&oiew
Twice Its former size
EiPTOElS, MONDAYS-MAY 6tll
Two performances: At 2:00 p. m. and 8:00 p. m.
Al. G. Barnes Big 3
With the ground soaked to the brim
with moisture, and a prospect of
more, mixed with abundant tunshine
wo predict a record breaker for Mor
row county this year. Oh you Back
The ball game between the Hepp
ner -boys and the liightmile lads on
the latters diamond was reported to be
a warm one. Heppner won the game
to ttie tuno of 18 to 3. Oh well!, we
will try and do better next time.
W. W. Brannon's family expeet to
move down on the ranch in a few
dtiys. Wes has been stooping at the
ranch for some time, plowing sum
merfallow. He no doubt will be glad
to see the ccok as batching and plow
ing dont go well together. We are
all pleased to know that Mrs. Bran
non will be numbered among the
Ad lie Ctrlson is visiting friends in
Portland this week.
Lundell Bros., prosperous farmers
of this vicinity are nearly through
with their spring work.
Mr. Aaron Peterson made a flyng
trip to Heppner last week to engage
warehouse space for his 1912 crop.
Have you seen that brand new
smile ou Leonard Anderson's face?
No. What caused it, rain? Xo,
Hilda. ' .
We had another fine rain last week,
which had a tendency to increase the
grin on the farmers faces v in this
Emma Bergstrom is back home.
She has been iu Heppner working fcr
Mr. Bisbee. She says Heppner is all
right but there is no place like heme.
. Mr. Carlson's well drillers are
down nearly 600 feet and are kicking
up clouds of dust, bnt they feel sure
that they will strike abundance of
water when they strike hard pan.
Mules don't have the "walking
disease." Why not raise some ? Buy
jack from J. T. Knapppenburg,
lone, Or. Can show three crops of
colts at the ranch. Or will trade for
A ladies plain gold band ring.
Finder please leave at this office and
gat reward. St.
Will Exhibit at
- Ring Wild Animal
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against experiment.
What is CASTOR1A '
Castoria is a harmless snbstitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
" contains neither Opium, , Morphine nor other .Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms
nnd allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and IJowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THf CfWTU COMPANY. TT
Heppner's Leading Confection-1
ery and Ice Cream Parlors
t ROBERT M. HART,
J Can serve von now with nice, fresh Ice Cream. None J
better to be had in the citv. Fine line of fresh Candies.
f Leading Brands Giors nnd Tobacco
JM.M M 'r
than any 3 shows
52 Heart Stilling
Acts 52 ,
150 Shetland Pon
ies Dogs, Apes,
Merry Clowns and
a host of novel,
all new for the
Season of 1912.
New Free Street
Parade 10:30 a. m.
RAIN or SHINE
Bought, and which has heen
has borne the signature ot
V JF 1 I 1 1
ana nas oeen made tmuer ms per-,
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
MUBR.T TtrT. htW YORK CIT.