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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1912)
Local and Personal
Wells for second-hand
AH kinds of good ice cold sodas
The Palm. ,
Do yon waot bunks?
T. F. Boylen.
See adv. ofj
A. M. Phelps returned from his va
Go to the Bakery for your bread.
26 loaves for $1.00.
Walter Beckett and
'Monday in Heppner.
J. R. Nunamaker came in from
Hood River, Saturday.
' O. E. Johnson was in from the
Hardman country, Monday.
M. E. Devore, of Hardman, was a
county seat visitor, Monday.
' More second-hand furniture wanted.
Clyde Wells, 2ud-Hand Man. y
Four head of work horses for sale.
Inquire at City Meat Market.
Mrs. E. R. Norria, of Monument,
was a Heppner visitor Saturday.
Nat Scott, of Lone Rock, was a
business visitor in Heopner. Friday.
G. W. Swasreart was in the oity
Saturday from his Jordan Siding fain
Alfred Anderson was in from Eight
Mile. Monday, to get harvest supplies.
W. R. Waloole Jr., of Irriaon,
was an inoorning passenger, yesterday.
Mrs. Delia M. Hallock returned last
vening from an extended vacation in
Highest cash prices paid for hides,
pelts and furs. Morrow Warehouse
When preparing for a trip you will
find the trunk you need at the Case
District Attorney VanVactor was a
passenger on Tuesday's train for Port
land on business intent.
Glenn Y. Wells, Attorney at Law
lias opened an office in Heppner next
to Borg'a Jewelry store.
It may be to your interest to get
my prices before buying watches,
clocks or jewelery. C. R. Johnson,
Jeweler. - ,
Dr. A. K. Higgs came up from
PortlanJ. Friday, to join his family.
They departed for Lang Cree on Sun
day's stage. '
Assessor and Mrs. J. J. Wells are
rejoicing over the arrival of new
boy at their home, the date being Fri
day August 16.
Orren Beaty, traveling agricultural
advisor for . the Tri-oounty Develop
ment League was an incoming pas
Oregon made, Felted Cottton Mat
tresses. The very best in price and
quality. Call and be convinced
Case Furniture Co.
Fredench The Tailor has the agency
for the celebrated International Tail
oring Co. Leave your measure here
and save f5 to 10 on every suit.
Ellis Hendricson, who has been
working In a hardware store in Walla
Walla for the past two months, re
turned to Heppner on Saturday's train.
Misses Virginia and Janet Crawford
returned Saturday evening from an
extended visit with relatives and
friends in Portland and Willamette
AT THE BAKERY Get away from
the heat of baking by buying your
bread Cream loaf, plain loaf, whole
wheat and ryV. Nothing better than
our cream loaf.
Geo. Susbauer, of Irriaon, was ran
over Suuday visitor in Heppner. He
accompanied L. B. Kicker to the oour
ty seat and helped him in disposing of
the carload of watermelons
Don't use harsh Dhysirs. I he re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chrouio constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily. 25
cents at all stores.
"I was cuied of diirrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarriioea Remedy," writes M.
K. Gebhardt, Oriole. Pa. There is
nothing better. For sale bj Patterson
Mr. W. S. Gunsalns, a farmer liv
ing near Fleming, Pa., savs he lias
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoe Remedy in his family
for fourteen years, and that he has
found it to be an excellent remedv,
and takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by Patterson & Son.
Notice to All Fruit Growers and
Dealers No scaly or wormy fruit will
lie permitted in any market in Morrow
Frnit Inspector of Morrow Connty.
Bates Bros., of Hardman, thia week
received a new 20-horseoower gasoline
traotion engine which they will use
on their fine farm. A new tbreshii g
outfit was received by Chaoin & Wy
laud of thn same places Tne separa
tor attranted no Utile attention as it
stood on the south side of Vaughn &
Sons store, for in size it more resem
bled an ordinary fanning mill than a
thresher. However as , the machine
Is to be used .in the upoer fuothill
district where big outfits are not need-
ad it will be found very practical and
will answer the purpose for which i
is intended. Butes Bros, hauled the
horse power and supply wagon ou
with their engine. . .
Judge Williams held a session
court on Monday. The case was
civil suit instituted by Dr. E. R
Hunlock to recover a bill for profess
ional services rendered several years
ago to the family of Lotus Robison,
The case wns quickly settled when
the vlaintiff produced a letter from
the defendant wtiih acknowledged th
defendant's obligation and bis desire
to settle. Mr. Robison admitted his
mistake and cheerfully settled the
Next Sundav night at the M. E
Church, instead of the usual sermon
there will be a free lecture on Robert
E. Lee, the great general 'of the Con
federacv, by Rev. " Wesley A. Pratt
A. M , the pastor of the church
This lecture has been delivered in
various places with flattering cum
ments. It will pay everybody to come
and hear him In couneotion with
the lecture there will be an eLjoyable
musical programme. :
At the present tims there is a good
demand for residences in Heppner and
from all appearances there will be
quite a shortage hy the time school
opens. Thia should be investigated
and steps taken to meet the demand
as Heppner can ill afford to lose any
people who desire to locate here and
enjoy the splendid advantages, offered
in school, climate, etc.
L. B Kicker, tre fruit raiser and
general booster of Irrigon delivered
liia first carloal of water melons along
the Heppner branch, Saturday. ' The
melons were an unusually fine lot and
were quickly disposed of to people
along the line, who are always eager
t) buy the home grown product.
N. C. Marts, of Portland, was in
the city Monday. Mr. Maris is
traveling representative of the Oregon
Agricultural College. He is carrying
with him the films of the Oregon State
Fait and thev were used as a part of
the show at the Star Theater Mon
Mrs. C. A. Johnson, of Lexington.
was brought to the Hepnner Senator
ium, Saturday, and on Monday under
went a delicate operation. She ral
lied nicely from the effects of the op
eration and early recovery. is expect
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber
lain's Liuimeont twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at tach
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by Patterson & Son
Holt side hill combined Harvester
in good running order with 6 horse
equalized hitch, soma good young work
mules and horses. , -Address C. S.
Whitcomb, Moragn, Ore. it.
House for Sale.
Owing to the fact that we expect to
move into our new home goon we will
soli the house and lo" and three acres
including chicken house and cow barn.
Near site of the proposed Catholic
tf. ARTIE MORGAN COXDER.
Mr. Doble shipped his first carload
of alfalfa hay to Hood River.
Mrs. W. R. Walnole made a trip to
Pendleton last Saturday returning
Mr. Doble -bought a team of horses
from Mr. Davis, the former expecting
to do quite a lot of leveling this win
ter. L. M. Davis has moved to Irrigon
for this winter. He sold his store at
Cnstle Rock and has now become a
full fledged resident of our little borg.
Messrs. Kicker and Susbauer ship
ped a carload of melons to Heppner
this week. Both accompanied the car
to destination and reported it as both
a very eujoyahle and profitable trip.
L. B. Kicker reports the country
around lone and Heppner as prospering
on account of the solendid wheat crop
here. All the farmers, and conse
quently the merchants too, are wearing
the broad grin that won't come off.
M. E. CHURCH.
The services of the M E. Oiiurnh
will be as follows: Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. . morning worship at 11:00
a. m. EDworth League at 7 :00 p. m.
and evening worhship at 8:00 p. m
There will be an enjoyable musical
uioizramme in connection with the
evening, service. This will be the
last strvioe of the present conference
year, the paster leaving foi Eliens-
bura. Washington, next Monday: the
conference convening there on Wed
nesdav of next week.
M. K. CIIUKCH, SOUTH.
Sundav School 10 a. m. "1 was
clad when thev said unto me, Met ns
go into the house of the Lord'."
Remember this announcement and the
humble Pastor. E. P. Warren.
Bible school, 10 a. m. : preaching
morning and evening at Inne.
Lexington and lone Congre
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. in lone on the lt and 3rd
Sundays of the month : in Lexington
on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the
A FEW HOGS (175 lbs)
rThe Farmers' Union Warehouse Co,
have contracted with Harry Cummings
for ground on which to erect their
warehouse. The land lays opposite
to tho Heppner Warehouse Company
and is off the Railroad. The Far
mers' Co will begin the erection of a
warehouse 70 feet by 200 feet at once,
in order to be in shape to handle some
of the ssason's business.
It has been shown that Washington
was not the real author of his farewell
address nor Monroe of his doctrine,
nor Sherman of his law. Presenly
we may find out that Bright never
had his disease, and Mason and Dixon
never had a line on anything. And
perhaps St. Vitus never danced.
J. L. Wilains and family returned
from the mountains. Tuesday. Joe
says he could'nt get all the fish in the
Potamus as some of them saw him
coming and hid from him. He is
well satisfied with what ' he naught
and the number seems very reasonable.
Fred Elder received a telegram on
Monday evening stating that F. O.
Bucknum had died, at 4:80 that morn
iug. Mrs. Lucinda Elder, mother-in
law of the deceased, departed on
Tuesday's train for Sumpter to attend
J. A. Belfils, who has been a guest
at the home of Sheriff and Mrs J. C.
Haves for the past month, returned
to Portland yesterday. Mr. Belhls
is a student at the North Pacific
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can't hear the touch
of yrnr clothing. Doan's Ointment is
fine for skin itching. All druggists
sell it. 50c a box.
FOR SALE My residence proper
ty. House contains 11 rooms, includ
ing bath-room and pantry; good lot;
some fruit trees. Inquire of S. E.
Notson for particulars. Inez A.
Rev, and Mrs. J. V. Crawford
wera incoming pasengers on Tuesday's
train from Corvallis. They have
been visiting Willamette valley
points since the first of June.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Dcught
span of work
See J. L. Yea
t.f. mares with colts,
From the Mississippi River to the
Pacific Ocean there are communities
which consider themselves the "bread
basket of the world," and each be
lieves its farmers around about can
produce Ihe world's best wheat. All
over this territory men are out select
ing five bushel samples to enter in the
$5,000 prize contest to be held inMin
neapolis this year in connection with
the Northwest Products Exposition.
Here are some of the communities
which are actively collecting samples
of wheat to win this prize: Ritz
ville. Walla Walla, Dayton and Dav
enport. Wash.; Great Falls, Boze
man, Lewiston, Glrnlive, Kalispel in
Montana: Grand Forks, Bismark.
Fargo and Devils Lake in Horth Da
kota; Ontario, Burns and Prineville
in Oregon. Souh Dakota and Minne
sota are alo after the prize.
A member of the Minneapolis
Chamber of Commerce has written
WM1 A. Campbell manager of the
Northwestern Products Exposition,
offering $1,000 for the best five bus
hels of wheat at the show in Novem
ber, no difference what the variety or
where it is produced. He has asked
that his name be with held but offered
to send a certifird check if the man
agemeut wopld consider it the first bid
for the priza wheat. It is not decid
ed as vet what will be done with the
best wheat. It will probably be
placed in the oxhihit rooms of the
Northwestern Development League in
To introduce our very complete
Fall line of beautiful wool suitings,
wash fabrics, fancy waistings, silks,
handkerchiefs, petticoats, etc. Up-to-date
N. Y. City Patterns. Finest
line on the market. Dealing direct
with the mills you will find our prices
low. If others can make $10.00 to
J3O.O0 weekly, you analso. Samples
and full instructions pacsed in a neat
sampe case, shipued express prepaid.
No money required. Exclusive terri
tory. Write for particulars. Be
first to nnnlv. Standard Dress Goods
Comuany, Dept. 608, Binghamton,
The Railroad Time
keeper off America.
The timekeepea that Jewel
ers place first among American
watches, and that 50 per cent,
of railroad men on roads where
there is official time inspection
endorse by their ownership as
the highest type of timekeeper
produced in the world.
Let us show you this
celebrated watch at var
Jeweler & Optometrist.
New Dry Goods
You are invited to come in
and look over our new line of
for Fall and Winter which has
just been opened up and placed
in stock ready for your inspection.
MINOR & CO.
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DontPut Off Until To
morrow What Should be
This applies directly to those who intend taking ad
vantage of the opportunity of placing their order early for a
new fall and winter suit or overcoat.
We are in receipt of about 500 samples of the very
We are also in receipt of new samples from Perlberg
Co. and Universal Tailoring Co., Chicago's leading mail order
These should particularly appeal to those who desire
a good garment, perfect fitting and at a medium price.
Come and see the new Light Weigt, Waterproof
Overcoat now on Display
LOUSS PEARSON, tailor
5very character Is the joiut product
of nature and nurture
The resources of the scholar are pro
portioned to his confidence in the attri
butes of the intellect
THE GNU IS A PUZZLE.
Seems to Be a Cross Between
Horse, Cow and Deer,
Did you ever hear of n horned horse?
It is called the guu and is a native of
South Africa. The gnu is a puzzle.
We have called it a horse, but it is
niore like a cow. It really seems to be
a cross letween the horse, the cownud
the deer. It has the head and liorns
of a cow. the tail, the mane and with
ers of the horse and the legs of a deer.
Altogether the gnu is one of the most
singular creatures ou earth.
The gnu inhabits the hilly districts
of South Africa, roaming all over the
country in vast herds. As far as trav
elers have yet penetrated it is found,
and it is fortunate that it is so. for the
flesh of the em' forms excellent food.
Gnus are. however, extremely wild
ami. being very quick In their move
ments, are dilticult to shoot. Upon the
first alarm the whole herd scampers
away in single tile, following n leader
When seen from a distance they look
like a troop of horses.
Their speed is very great, and when
first disturled they do not exert it. but
kick out their heels and begtu butting
at anything that comes In their way.
exhibiting the greatest fury. Unless
hard pressed they seldom show fight,
but when brought to bay they will de
fend themselves desperately. They
dart forward upon their enemy with
great fury, and unless he remains cool j
and collected he probably will not e J
A rural conference for the discuss
ion of farm problems is to be held at
the Oregon Agricultural College this
fall, and a big fnrmers' excursion to
the college will be organized, with
special rates from different parts of
the 6tate, to enable nrogressive far
mers from the various communities to
attend and take part in the program.
All organizations interested in rural
life, includkg all religious denomin
ations and those interested in the
country sohonls and the improvement
of the farming communities, are ex
pected to join in threshing out vexed
questions. The discussions will cover
the rural church, school, and home,
the farm, rural social and economic
Prof. R. D. Hetzel, director of ex
I tension at the college, has been receiv
ing letters from all sections of the
i state commending the plan and offer
ing assistance. The railroads will be
asked to run excursion trains to bring
farmers and their families to spend a
day or more at the college during the
conference. The different departmeuta
of the college are preparing a large
number of exhibits and demonstrations
of bettfr methods of agricultural
practice and home making, and some
of the best soeakers and farm experts
in the west will be present to lecture.
Tha date is not yet set, as the col
lege wishes to avoid con flirt with
other important meetings, tut arncun
cmept will le made as sccu as t os-sible.