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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1912)
Local and Personal
Do you want buaks? See adv. of
T. F. Boylen.
Carl Rhea left for Portland on Mon
day to be absent on a short vaoation.
Deliciotu sodas and ice cream sodas
at The Palm.
The skating rink has opened up for
Insiness again, in charge of Jake
SEED RYE For Sale Inquire of
A R. Turner, Basey ranch, Clark's
Deputy Clerk Mallory departed for
Portland on Friday and before return
ing home will take in the Round-up.
A good, practically new Remington
typewriter for sale. Inquire at this
For croup or sore throat, use Dr.
Thoma' Electic Oil Two sizes 25c,
and 50o. At all drug stores.
People wishing woodsawlng done
w ill kindly leave orders with Hen
tlricson & Uurdune at the Pastime.
lino. K. L. Mkkmck.
Harry JohnHon Is prepared to do
nil kinds of work in the line of ear.
penterinir. Contracting, building
and Job work. Give him a chance
to ligure with you. tf.
Eczema spreads rapidlv; itching
almost drives you mad. For quick
- relief, Doan's Ointment is well reo
ommended. 50u at all stores.
Miss Virginia Crawford announces
that she Is now ready to resume teach
ing. Those contemplating lessons on
piano can arrange with her to begin
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Coohran of
Mounraent, were visitors in Heppner
a few davs the past week, leavine
for their home on Saturday afternoon.
Sam Devine was up from Lexington
on Saturday. He states that his son
Joe and family are now nicely located
ou a small dace Barton Oregon.
How does this look to you? The
Gazette-Times and Weekly Dragoman
to Nov. 1013 for II. CO. Now Is the
time to got both papers and save just
half your money.
Rev. H. A. VanVVinkle. the new
pastor of the Chiisfcian church, held
his initial services on Sunday last in
Heopner. Fie is an entertaining and
instructive apnaker and the church
should prosner under his ministry.
Mr. Farmer, you are getting r?ady
for yonr Fall seeding. Whv Dot save
some money when you come to by your
drill? The laUst style EMPIRE
DRIILL,16-di8c. is for sale by W. P.
Scrivner for $90.00 cash. Thh will
save you about $30. See Scrivner. 2t
The editor of this paper, acconoDaned
by Mrs. Editor, departed yesteidny
for Pendleton to take in the fair and
Ronnd-up, and also to attend the meet
ing of the State Editorial Association
which Convenes at that city on
Manager Sparks was disapointed In
getting the Round-up pictures for his
show on Saturday last, and on ac
count thereof had to disanoiut a verv
lark-e numtnr of people who came in
to see the reproduction of the big show
as it was polled iff at Pendleton lest
year. To set even these people will
have to attend the "real thing" at
Pendleton this week.
Robt. Thompson was in town the
first of the week on matters of busi
ness. He has finished threshing part of
his'crop and is highlv elated over the
abundant yield. His wheat will
average forty bushels to the acre and
the qiiality is first class. A field of
barlty on his place averaged CO bushels
to the aore. This Is crtaioly a good
yeild for both wheat and barley in
tbia county and is proof that good
The railroad company seems to be
doing all in its power, to move the
wheat market on the Heppner branch,
at Lexington, and also at He toner,
from four to sis cars per day are being
loaded and moved out, and on account
of the heavy crops all over the North
west, this is probably toe best that
can be expected. As it is. toe houses
at Lexington are all filled and wheat
is now being piled on. the ground.
This coming week the rush of hauling
will begiu at Heppner, and the wheat
will be piling up at a lively rate in
the warehouses here.- We have no
figures from lone or Morgan, but
understand that at both points the
srain is coming vry lively and the
h-iuses are rapidly filling up.
One Thousand Dollars down and
balance of $13(K) on easy terms
will buy one of the nicest resi
dences in Heppner. A six room
cottage, well located, with. bath
and electric lighting. See Gazette
Times real estate ageney.
Mrs F. Luper will have a complete
line of new hats Saturday Sept. 28
If you want to cave money on your
Fire insurance, see Smead. tf. i
W. T. Oamuhell received a new Dressmaking and all kinds ofij
traction engine this week with wbich .sewing done. Mrs. U. W. Moore,
to finish the harvest soiaun. The old
engine got balky and refused to further
obey the commands of engineer Ed
Beriy and rather than rnin the good
dinnositlon of that worthy gentleman,
Mr, Campbell decided to disonse of
the tormentor. The new engine is of
thirty horse power and weighs 27,000
pounds. ItpWas started for the Minor
& Tompsnp farm yesterday morning
where the Campbell crew will be
busy for several days yet threshing
the big crop.
The Tri-County Fair at Condon Is
to be held on Out. 15-13 and 17 and big
posters announcing tho event were
tacked up in Heppner this week.
The O. W. R. & N Co. announce
that tbey will transport all exhibits
for this fair at a one way rate; in
other words all exhibits will be re
turned freight free. This is a policy
followed by the company with refer
ence to exhibits for the various couuty
fairs and should aot as an incentive
to our farmers to go to Condon with
some big exhibits of oar produce.
Do you contemplate having any
work done in the line of building?
If so give Harry Johnson a chance
to figure with you First class work
and patisfactioii guaranteed. tf.
The special program arranged for
next Tuesday evening at the Star
theater for the benefit of the Library
Association has been postponed. So
many people are attending the Round
up this week that the association de
cided to postpone the date until some
time sfter the local talent involved in
the entertainment had recovered
from the excitement of the big show.
The date will be announced after the
next meeting of the Aseocition.
It may be to your interest to get
my prices before buying watches,
clocks or jnwelery. C. U. Johnson
Mrs. J. McAllister will speaa at
Hardiuan Saturday night 7.30. p. m
on "Is a woman Eititled! to Vote
Rev. J. McAllister will speak Sunday
i I a. m. en "The Presont needs of
Christ." All are specially Invited
to these services.
Frederick The Tailor has the agenc
for the celebrated International Tail
oring Co. Leave your measure here
and save 15 to $10 ou every suit.
Rev. E. W. Warrington, of Pilot
Rock will occupy the pulpit at tl
retimed church next bunday, morn
lag and evening v
Mrs. Glenn Y. Wells departed for
La Grand yesterday morning for
month's visit with relatives.
Llr. t, K. Hunlookwasan incoming
passenger Tuesday evening from
EDWARD HALE DEAD.
End Came Suddenly Early
i.dwara Mate, for many years a
resident of Heppner, passed suddenly
away at his home in this city abou
two o'clock Saturday morning.
Mr. Hale had been in Pendleton for
several days and returned to this
city Friday evening Although not
in good healt h, he had not complain
ed of Illness and outside of fcelin
very tired there was nothing to In
dicate that the end ."was near. He
ate quite a hearty supperand retired
early for a good night's rest. At
about eleven he was seized with an
attack of rheumatism of the heart
nnd adoctor was hastily summoned
The physician worked over him for
awhile and thinking the suffering
was relieved, went away. It was
not long; however, until Mr. Hale
realized that the relief was only
temporary and the doctor was sent
for again. He seemed to realize that
the end was near for he told his wife
that unless the doctor got there very
soon It would be too late. He lapsed
Into unconsciousness at about two
o'clock and .by half past his spirit
had passed into the great beyond.
Funeral services were conducted
from the family residence on upper
Main street, Tuesday afternoon, at
two o'clock, Rev. Edward Barber of
the M. E. church, South, officiating.
, Edward Hale wait 45 years, lkl
montna, and i. days of age.
Alfalfa Hay for Sale.
I will have about Three Thousand
Tona of alfalfa hay to sell, or I will
opposite depot, Heppner,
Mrs. M. Belle Thompson is up
from Portland this week looking
after her extensive business in
terests in this section.
Dist. Atty. VanVactor return
ed home from Pendleton on Sat
W. C. Lacy is up from Port
land looking after the disposal o
his wheat crop.
is. K. Patterson and wile re
turned home Saturday evening
from a visit of ten days in Port
Malcome D. Clark and family
returned home on Saturday eve
ning after an absence of two
weeks in Portland.
John Huston, son of E. R
Huston of Eight Mile, departed
for Albany on Saturday. He
will spend the winter at the home
of his grandfather and attend
the Albany high school.
Mrs. blaud oox and Daoy son
left on Monday for Galax, Vir
ginia where Mrs. Cox was called
by the sudden death of her
mother. The sad news was re
ceived by wire on Sunday. Mrs.
Cox will be gone about a month.
D. C. Grudane of Heppner,
director of the Umatilla-Morrow
county poultry exhibits, is in
Pendleton in charge of the Mor
row county exhibit which will be
a credit to Umatilla s si3ter
E. H. Carey, of Stockton, Cal.,
is visiting at the home of his
niece, Mrs. Clyde Wells, this
week. Mr. Carey is interested in
some oil wells in Wyoming and
has disposed of some of the stock
of his company to Heppner par
ties. Eugene Dumond, a 14-year-old
Albany boy, entered an exhibit
of 12 bushels of potatoes at the
state fair, the entire 12 bushels
being raised . from one potato.
The potato was planted in a hot
house and as soon as a shoot ap
peared above the dirt it was care
fully removed and transferred to
the garden where it was planted.
Other shoots immediately came
which were removed as fast as
possible until nearly 200 had been
planted from which the entire 12
bushels were raised. The boy
carried off premium money on
his exhibit, which was a very re
markable one. Young Dumond
is a nephew of Mrs. O. P. Hen
dricson of Heppner.
Wherever women follow the fashions
most seriously the La Vogue garments
prove to be the real favorites
'! 1 Ml
Yet STYLE alone is not
the only factor which
has served to popular
ize the La Vogue label
Genuine quality and
good service have been
factors. tJThen there's
the work of high-class
man tailors which lends
a touch of cleverness and
distinction readily appre
ciated by the women
All these features you get in a La Vogue
Suit or Coat at prices which are no higher
than you've been in the habit of paying.
If you are not acquainted with La Vogue quality
let us show you and point out the reasons why
these garments are so likable and so popular with
E L YOUNG
Eight ?Aile PrcciKCt
BIG SURPRISE TO
MANY IN LEXINGTON
Local people are surprised at the
QUICK results received from simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German
appendicitis remedy. W P McMil
lan states that this simple remedy
ntisepticizes the digestive system
and draws off the impurities so thor
oughly that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gas on the
stomach and constipation INSTANT
LY. VV P McMillan, Druggist,
Favor strict economy in Count.v
expenses: against proposition ot
copt iih overseers of the work: also stone jugs, each 10 cents.
at $2.00. Gallon
favor lvdistrictins- of the count.v into with handles off, platters, plates,
side dishes, sauce dishes, and
smaller districts lor road work
GIVE ME YOUR VOTE
other dishes that are chipped,
we will sell at your price.
F. DYE, D. M. D.
Permanently located in Odd
'ellows building, Rooms 4 and 5.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta nnrl Diildron
The Kind Yea Havs Always Bought Annual WaSCO County
Bears the V ;,r .. .
meet the hour by the time of a South Bend Watch. Poor
time has its ending good time its beginning in a South
Bend Watch the Standard for pocket timecieces. These
master "minute men" are marvels of accuracy. Every South Bend
Watch must pass 411 inspections and run on-the-dot in freezing
cold and boiling heat before leaving the factory. This takes a full
year. But the result is chronometer like accuracy.
Buy A South Bend Watch
and end forever the incessant annoyance of an inaccurate watch.
South Bend are the watchwords among men who know. When you
buy a South Bend watch from us you secure our expert regulation
service. This is important for watches don't run the same for
everybody. J hey ve got to be regulated to one's persoa-
li you will come m we will tell you why.
Prices Very Reasonable
r ; ' x
Don't think that because the South Bend Watch Is high class In
every respect that the prices are way up. On the con
trary the cost ol a bouth Bend Watch is very reason
able. Lome m and look over our etock and
prices, corn will prove a pleasant surprise.
1 ouay 1 a good day to drop in.
C. R. JOHNSON,
,1 li. W liLKK
N" THE ClIMTIT COI IIT OF THK RTATK
of Orkgox for Mokkow County.
mile Carter, plaintiff )
John C. Carter, defendant)
Tn John T. Tnrti-r. ripfi'nrTunr- l'i
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
'OUEfJON: 1011 are hereby com-
i manned to appear and answer the
Cf.ll W ,wl compianiLoi pmiimn men aamsr
...... ...... vo.wi, vi C1ICT.-J. ui you ln tne ,,im)vp entitled Court and
pay. vve aiso nave a large allalta : milt on or before nix weeks from the
pasture to rent for beef cattle. Kancli date of firt publication of thin mini-
15 miles south west of Echo on But
ter Creek. Postofliee address
C. P. Bowman.
Echo, Ore., Box 6" It. F. D.No. 1
House for Sale.
Owing to the fact that we expect to
move into our new borne goon we will
irll the house aod lo" and three acrei
including chicken house and cow bam.
Near aite of the proposed Catholic
tf. ARTIE MOROAN COXDER.
111011s, ann if you no not so appear
or answer, plaintiff will apply to the
Court for relief prayed for, which i
an follows, to-wit: That the lionds
of matrimony between plaintiff and
yourself le dissolved and that the
care and enstodv of Melrine Carter
1k awarded to the plaintiff.
This summons Is published ly or
der of Hon. C. (-. l'atterson. County
Judjre of Morrow County. Orepron,
made on the 2-th day of Septeniler.
1912. and theffrst day of publication
of this summons fsKeptemlier-tl, 1912.
GLENN Y. WELT.S:
82ln7 Attorney for Plaintiff.
$4.35 ROUND TRIP
Tickets on sale September
30 and October 1, 2, 3,
4 and 5, final return
limit Oct. 7
Get full particulars from
J. B. Huddleston
Agent O-W. R. AN.
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