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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1912)
Liberty Meat Market
B. F. MATLOCK, Prop.
J The Best Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
t Sausage and Home Cured Meats.
A STRICTLY CASH MARKET
JANUARY la 1905
U T 7 0 Anatomy, Sanitation,
CenSe lNO. Z j Embalming
By0ofgA:iattoBoard 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
shop 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.
ENDORSED AT HOME.
Such Proof as This Should Convince
Any Heppner Citizen.
The puhlic endorsement of a local
citizen is the best proof that can be
produced. None better, none strong
er can be had. When a man comes
forward and testifies to his fellow
citizens, addresses his friends and
neighbors, vou mav be sure he is
thoroughly convinced or he would
not do so. Telling one's experience
when it is for the public good is an
act of kindness that should be ap
predated. The following statement
given by a resident of Heppner adds
one more to the many cases of home
endorsement which are being pub
lished about Doan's Kidney Pills.
J. H. Cox, carpenter, Heppner,
Oregon, says: "Whenever 1 caught
cold, it settled m my kidneys and
caused an attack of lumbago. At
times I was confined to my bed for
at least a week. Being advised to try
Doan's Kidney Pills, I did so and
they did me more good than any
other medicine I ever took. I am
greatly indebeted to Doan's Kidney
Pills for their good work.''
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo,
New Ilork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.'
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
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I COORTEOTJS TREATMENT AND FIRST-CLAS8 SERVICE, t WE
PAY FOR ALL TELEPHONES FUr Kiua.
j LOWES. MAIN STREET
Heppner's Leading Confection
ery and Ice (Jream rariors t
Z ROBERT M. HART, - - PROPRlLiOKl
I Can serve you now with nice, fresh Ice Cream. None
J Puerto be had in thecitv. Fine line of fresh Candies.
Lrcodlnfi Brands Gi&are and Tobacco
A. T. King and wife have gone
to Portland to spend the winter
with their son Albert.
Mrs. C. C. Chick and Mrs. Ev
ans went to Pendleton last week
to attend the Round-Up.
Miss Kitty Wilmot was down
from Lexington last Saturday and
spent the day with her mother.
Rufus Cochran was a passenger
to Heppner Thursday night of
last week, returning the following
Charles Chick went to Pendle
ton with some of the Buschke
children last week for .a few days'
Mrs. Vester Carr went down to
The Dalles on Monday's train to
visit with her mother for some
E. D. Godfrey and wife left on
Monday'a train for Washington.
We did not learn what part they
Ed Brown from Madras came
in on last Thursday's train to
visit with his sister, Mrs. Beech
Lute Jordan, one of Portland's
merchants, came in on Monday's
train and is renewing old ac
Louis Padberg and family and
Mrs. J. H. Bryson went to Pen
dleton one day last week in the
Joe Knappenberg and wife,
who have been in Portland for
the past few days, returned home
R. F. Wilmot left on Monday's
train for Milton, where he was
called to the bedside of his broth
er who is very sick.
Joe Mason, who has been run
ning a barber shop at Lyle, Wash.
hassold his business and will
help Bert in the store.
Arthur Reed and family of
Goldendale were over for a few
days last week to visit with his
sister, Mrs. Delia Corson.
Mrs. Albert Petteys, who has
been visiting with her mother at
Weston for the past six weeks,
returned to lone last Fiiday.
Harry Warren was in The
Dalles last week to make proof
on his homestead. He took J. L.
Kircaid and A. B. Grover down
Mrs. George Henry, who has
been visiting with her folks in
and about lone for the past month,
returned to her home in Wash
ington, Tuesday of last week.
George Gidden has the skating
rink running full blast once more.
The young people have all their
time taken now as basket ball is
again the rage, and they are go
ing it fast and furious.
L' taDcc, who has been roll
ing pdls at the Chick Pharmacy
for some time, went up to Hepp
ner last Friday night, going thro
on Saturday's train for Chehalis,
Wash., where he has accepted a
Chas. Read, who has been
farming in the vicinity of Lex
ington, has moved to what was
formerly known a3 theoldSperry
ranch. Charlie and Gus are stay
ers and we wish them every suc
cess on their new venture.
L. P. Davidson came in on last
Wednesday's train. He went
down to Corvallis with his daugh
ter. Mrs. Delia Corson, who has
been feeding the hungry harvest
ers qut at Bill Palmateer's, re
turned home last week.
We learned last Sunday eve
ning that D. S. Barlow lost his
separator that day by fire. Smut
is supposed to have been the
Ross Shaver, who has been vis
iting with his brother Albert for
some time, came in on last Tues
day's train, going on up to Pen
dleton the day following.
The "Let 'er Buck" crowd
came in on the Sunday special
some the worse for dirt and dust,
but all seemed to be in good spir
its. Of course, those who had
to sleep out in some one's auto,
or on top of a picket fence some
place were more tired than the
rest, but they all seemed to think
that Pendleton put up a pretty
A. C. Carle and wife returned
home Wednesday night of last
week. We said A. C. and wife,
but A. C. did not get here until
noon next day. He got so inter
ested in talking to some of the
lone people Pendleton bound that
when he came around the corner
of the Junction depot to get on
the lone train it was hot there,
so he came home on t Shank's
Quite a large crowd went to
the Round-Up last Wednesday.
Among them were J. A. Waters
and wife; Art Rice; R. A. Far-
rens and wife, and Miss Black
well; Walter Beckett and wife;
Gerald Rice and Chas. Penning
ton; F. Engelmanand two daugh
ters, and O. D. Forbes. This is
a partial list. A large number
went from here that we did not
get tab on, so lone was very well
The citizens of lone were
aroused from their daily routine
of work last Friday by the loud
cries of Fire! Fire! and the
firebell joined in the cry also. In
a very short time the boys had
the hose cart and a good stream
of water playing on the flames.
The fire originated in the building
adjoining Rufus Cochran's ice
house. The day being calm
helped what might have been a
serious fire, but the boys had it
out in a very few seconds.
The Ladies' Union Aid Society
will give an oyster supper, Friday
evening, TJctober 11th, in the Odd
Fellows building. They will also
hold their regular yearly bazaar
the same evening. Now this
supper will not consist of oysters
only, so whet up your appetite in
good shape, as there will be plenty
of other good stuff to hold the
oysters down. Everybody is in
vited; everybody is welcome, so
trv and come out and spend a
good, jolly evening together.
M. S. CORRICALL, President
J. B. NATTER, Vic Pres.
J. H. McHALEY.
T. J. MAHONEY, Cashier
CLYDE BROCK, Aut. Cashier
Ed Merrill is on the sick list
May Severance was a Hardman
visitor this week.
Rev. McAllister preached at
the church, Sunday.
G. W. McDuffy, who has been
out on Whitby Island, returned
Break downs is the topic of thel
day and yet the grain is not
Claud Adkins attended cupid's
court at Justice Bates' Sunday
The young people gave an in
teresting entertainment, "The
Pink Rose," Sunday night, to a
Mrs. John McAllister, of Hepp
ner, gave a lecture on "Woman's
Rights" Saturday r i ,?ht. A large
audience wa3 present.
The Harrison & Wvland horse-
nower thresher outfit suffered a
general tearup Saturday. It be
ing operated by ten norses. tney
became frightened and ran off
with the machine. Ernest Wv
land, the driver, mysteriously es
Harrlman was aroused bv the
cry of fire Friday evening about
eight o'clock when it was discov
ered that the school house was
aflame. A number of citizens
quickly responded, forcing their
way through the dense smoke,
soon gained control of the fire.
T.nMfilv. a arce water tank lull
of water belonging to a nearby
thresher company, was in town
and hastily rushed to the scene.
Considerable damage was the
Deliclon sodas and ice cream sodas
t Tbe Falm.
IFflGSST NATHONAL BANK
We offer to the Public the services
of a strong and well equipped Bank,
with the experience of twenty-five
years in this community.
Accommodations extended to cus
tomers consistent with safety, and
balances carried with us.
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row County ?
Are You Patronizing
&fome Industry ?
IE ARE MANUFACTURING Flour and Feed
superior to any imported article. If you
are not using- our products call at our
office on Main Street and get a testing sample.
Our flour is made exclusively from (selected
Morrow County Bluestem Wheat.
Seed Grain, Rolled Feed,
We Solicit the Storage of your Wool
msi i ma m
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Arrived This Week!
Full Car Load !
VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner
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which eve-y frogrcssive farmer will appreciate t
onre. They are made to tit any hoe, are easily
adjusted and t nswer the double mirpoenf regu
luting the depth ot sowing anil at he same time
presses the soil firmly around the grain thus insur
Splendid results are obtained from their use,