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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1912)
Liberty Meat Market
B. F. MATLOCK, Prop.
? The Best Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Sausage and Home Cured Meats,
i A STRICnFicASrT
JANUARY I t 1905
3 7 T 71 Anatomy, Sanitation,
1 LlCenSe INO. Z Embalming
:. W.M M.L. CASE
City Meat Market
KINSMAN & HALL, Proprietors
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
SUGAR CURED HAMS
Good Lard, About 10 lbs. $1.50
Lowest Prices on Meat for Harvest.
Contracting and Building,
Painting and Paperhanging
Am prepared to do all lines of repairing and job work at my
shoD in old Gazette Building on Main street, Heppner. See me
for any kind of work in these lines.
Rock Springs Coal, Pine, Fir and Oak Cord Wood
and Slab Wood.
SELLS FOR CASH ON DELIVERY.
Leave yous Orders with Slocum Drug Company
and they will receive prompt attention.
Bert Bowker, Prop.
Automobile for hire. Repair work of all kinds
done. Gasoline and oil for sale. Machines housed,
cleaned and oiled.
Agent for the 1912 FORD
MIKE HEALY, Propriktor
Plenty of them in Heppner, ami
Good Reason, for It. ,
Wouldn't any woman Ixj happy,
after years of backache suffering,
days of misery, nights of unrest,
the distress of urinary troubles,
when she finds freedom. Many
readers will profit by the following:
Mrs. Victor Groshens, Heppner.
Oregon, says: "I first learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills when living in
Pendleton about sis years ago. For
a Ions time my back ached constant
ly and I was induced to try Doan's
Kidney Pills by reading of them in
the newspapers. The contents of
two boxes drove the backacheaway."
"When Your Back is Lame Re
member the Name." Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy ask dis
tinctly for Doan's Kidney Fills,
the same that Mrs. Grshens had
the remedy backed by. home testi
mony. 50c. all stores-. Foster
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, X.Y.
Mrs. Lee Reaney and children
are visiting relatives.
Mrs. Anna Picketts is suffer
ing with a badly infected finger.
Chas. Breshears and wife at
tended church at Heppner on
Ralph Finley was a Lexington
visitor, Saturday, returning to
the ranch on Sunday.
"Doc" Christensen visited with
Frank Burgoyne and other ac
Rev. Reade went to lone on
Saturday's train so that he could
hold services there on Sunday.
Mrs. Munkers is visiting her
daughter at Monument this week.
Miss Susie accompanied her
Mrs. Roy Tyler and children,
of Stanfield, are visiting her
uncle. She was a former Lex
ingtonite. Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
McMillan, on Friday night, a
seven pound boy. Mother and
son doing nicely.
Miss Edna Carmichael left for
Spray the last of the week to
commence her duties as teacher
in the school there.
Gene Gentry and wife went up
to Heppner on Sunday evening to
call on Frank Gentry, an uncle of
Gene s, who is quite ill.
All those who are expecting
express may call for same at the
depot. Please do not take your
express without paying for it.
Seeing eight and ten carloads
of wheat going out from Lexing -ton
every day makes one feel
that right around here is a pretty
good place to live after all.
The Ladies'. Aid will give a
social Saturday evening, Sept.
21 , at the Artisan hall. The eve
ning will be spent in music and
games, affording amusement for
all. They will also serve ice
cream and cake in the afternoon
and evening. Everybody come
and have a good time.
The Trials of a Traveler.
"I am a travel iug sa U'smnn," writes
E. E. Yonrg, E. Berkshire. Vt. , "and
was oftnu troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which I found
an excellent remedy." For all stom
aoh, liver or kidney troubles there is
nothing better. Only 25 cents at
Slocum Drug Co.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND FIRST -CI.AS8 SERVICE. T WE
PAY FOR ALL TELEPHONES FOP RIGS.
f LOWER MAIN STREET HEPPNER, OREGON
2 Heppner's Leading Confection-I
2 ery and Ice Cream Farlors j
3 ROBERT M. HART, - - PROPRIETOR
2 Can serve you now with nice, fresh Ice Cream. None
J Htter to be had in the citv. f ine nneoi iresn anaies. j
2 Leading Brands Cigars and Tobacco
F. Remington has moved from
the Carle house up to the old Jere
C. B. Sperry went down below
on a business trip last week to be
Mrs. J. H. Blake went down to
Portland last Thursday to be gone
for some little time.
Mrs. J. O. Kincaid of Stanfield
is visiting with her mother, Mrs.
Mason of Rhea creek.
Mrs. R. F. Wilmot went up to
Lexington last week and visited
with her people for a few days.
J. A. Waters and Bert Mason
made a business trip to Heppner
last Sunday, returning the same
Mrs. Wm. O'Sullivan of Morg
an was an lone visitor last week
and remained over night with
Mrs. Ella Mason who ha3 been
visiting with her mother for some
little time returned to Portland
Friday of last week..
Mrs. S. E. Moore went down to
Portland last Saturday morning
to visit with her father for a
short time. She was accompan
ied by her daughter Eddine.
Bishop Paddock of Portland
preached in the Congregational
church last Sunday. He return
ed to his home Monday.
l-TorflPA .Tnnpa wVin Vina Koon in
Idaho for some'time dropped into
lone one day last week. He went
from here up to Walla Walla.
Born At the home of Mrs.
Halvorsen, on Sept. 9th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Eubanks, a
daughter. Mother and child do
Charley Calkins and family who
have been living up in Idaho for
the past two years returned to
lone last week and will locate
By the way the wheat is string
ing into town these days one
would think the farmers were
made of wheat. Begins to look
like we might have a little flour
to stay our stomachs this winter
The Adler-i-ka book, telling how
you can EASILY guard against ap
pendicitis, and how you can relieve
constipation or gas on the stomach
INSTANTLY, is offered free this
week by W P McMillan, Druggist,
Jim Hams is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Chapin
were in town Sunday. -
Much grain is being hauled
from this community now to
Uncle Billy Moreland went
down on Rock creek for peaches
Mrs. Ben Devore is still linger
ing along and does not seem to
be improving very much.
Mr. Lawrence, from the Mon
ument community, was in town
Friday with a load of fruit.
Miss Blanche Ward left Satur
day for Heppner where she will
attend school for the winter.
Mrs. Wright Saling was taken
suddenly ill Sunday night and is
now sunering very severely.
Rev. J. McAlister, of Heppner,
held services at the Methodist
church Saturday night and Sun
Born to Med Akers and wife,
an eight and one half pound boy,
Saturday night.- Mother and
babe doing nicely.
Happy Emry thinks the name
Fannie stands for "Good Luck"
as he took a chance on it and won
a box of chocolate candy.
Miss Margaret Osten, the pri
mary teacher, went to her home
in the mountains last Fridaywe
ning and returned Sunday.
The Bates Brothers are having
vprv nnnr success t.hreshiner this
j i ' ? '
week, however we hone they may
soon overcome the difficulty and
thresh . out the enormous crop ol
grain in this community before
the rains begin as the farmers
are needing it to pay their last
year s teed Dill.
The fourth crop of alfalfa is
all in the stack now.
Mr. Snracrue and his two sis
ters from Butter creek were down
Sunday to pet a load of grapes
from Mr. Kicker.
Mrs. Doerirur went to Portland
to have some dental work done,
and from there she interfds to go
to Corvalhs to visit rnenas.
W (T Corev came home from
the Palouse wheat fields after an
absence of almost two months.
He says the crops are splendid.
A nartv of surveyors has been
in Irrigon for the past week sur
vevine sections 18 and 20. Their
object, however, has not been
disclosed to us.
J. H. Smith, our postmaster,
wpnt to Grass Valley last Sunday
to look after his wheat crop. M r.
Smith says that his renter reports
a fine crop this year.
Most of Irrigon's population
have the Round-Up fever already
and by Friday of next week there
will not be enough left here to
feed the dogs that are left be
Oscar Doble was at home a few
days last week to see the folks.
He departed for Tacoma to attend
vv,;frMi r.nllptr this winter.
where he intends to prepare him
self for the ministry.
FOR SALE-A span of work
mares with colts. See J. L. Yea
ger. . t.f.
D t' !OTu9 ill I ifl'TeRBmlngton Cubs
Penetration . 2s!L' f$s make, find
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Rtmlngton-UMC .22 cat. cartridges hove broken two
records in two years.' The present world's 100-Bhot gallery
reeord, 2484 ex 2500, held by Arthur Hubalck, was made
with these hard hitting .22 's.
They willhelpyou, too, to break your best shooting records.
Made with the same care from the same tested materials
as the heaviest big game cartridges.
Remington- UMC .22 's are made, too, with hollow point
bullets. This increases their shocking and killing power.
Look (or the red bell on every box you buy.
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Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway 2 New York Cry
Arrived TSiis Week!
tPulS Car Load
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
and come in a bunch
Stamp the dates upon your memory:
September 23 28 inclusive
The most extensive Livestock, Agri
cultural and Industrial display
in Eastern Oregon
Bumper exhibits of bumper products
Miniature hatchery and game preserve
Vaudeville and band concert each evening
An occasion to celebrate a prosperous
Bring the whole family
For premium lists, apply Sec. Lee Moorhoute. Pendleton, or Pres. C. L. Hurd. Stanfield.
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i nra ilium
An ttarhment for hoe drills as illnatrMpi here
baa two very valuable and lmpor aut features
which eve-y rroKeastve farmer will appreciate t
once. They are maile to tit any hoe, are easily
adjusted and answer the double tiurpoteof rem
'lating the depth of sowing and at he same time
firesses the soil firmly around the grain thus inttir
nc Immediate germination.
Splendid resnlla are obtained from their use,