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THE GAZETTE-TIlfES, ITEPFXEK, OREGON, TIin.'SDAY, API; 1 1. It, 1021.
I LOCAL I
Vol' can buy alfalfa seed at Gilliam
(.KT your poultry supplies at OUIlam
KOR BALK Jood work horses. Terms
If desired. K. M. Hulden.
An International 10-20 Tractor, at
11 1 111am Htsbee on fall terms.
Jaka Pearson and aona of Butter
creek were doing bualneaa In this city
J. H. Helms and wife, who reside
near Lexington, were vlaltora In this
city on Saturday.
SHE that 10-20 Titan Tractor at Gil
liam Uisbee's, guaranteed to pull
three 14 Inch plows.
Jack Hynd and wife of Cecil apent
the Week-end In Meppner. Mr. Hynd
waa here to attend a meeting of wool
Olllam & Mlsbee will save you express
and postage if you get your extraa now.
Fix up your machinery and be ready
when harvest is ready.
C. W. Valentine and wife, of Sour
dough canyon, were In this city on
Saturday, and this office acknowledges
a pleasant call from them.
Mrs J. H. Padberg from Ileppner
Flat waa shopping In Ileppner on Sat
urday. She was accompanied by her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Orris Padberg.
J. W. Morrow, right of way and tax
agent for the O. W. K. & N. company,
waa In Heppner over Sunday and Mon
day, looking after business affairs here.
Harold Dobyns, government trapper
and hunter, with headquarters at the
present on Little Butter creek, was In
Heppner for a short time on Saturday
The protracted meeting In the Christ
ian church at lone, conducted by Mr
and Mrs. Livingstone, closed on Sunday
evening with twenty-eight additions to
Mr. and Mrs. Phlll Cohn were called
to San Francisco the past week In ana
wer to a telegram announcing the
death of a sister of Mrs. Cohn residing
in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P,onge and the
children motored to Pendleton Friday,
where they visited with Mrs. Hsrnett,
a sister of Mr. Pengo. They returned
home on Sunday.
W. T. Mcltoherta. proprietor of the
Red Front livery stnble of this city, has
Just returned from a visit with his fnm
lly at Oregon City, and reports they
are getting along nicely:
Leiinirton hliih school and Condon
high will cross hats In a game of ball
at Lexington on Saturday afternoon
Wa Innk fnr the Texins:ton bnvs to win
as they are putting up good ball.
I,oT Two head of horses, one bay
3-vear-old mare, branded S on left
shoulder, and one bay 2-year-old horse.
branded cross on left shoulder. Notify
H C. Hnnnoltl. Hennner. Oregon. 2t
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Zlnk were up from
their home near lone on Saturday. Mr.
Zlnk, who has been In poor health for
several months past. Is remaining over
In Heppner and taking medical treat
ment at the hands of Dr. Chick.
O'nf norirstrom was In from Flight
Mile Tuesday. Referring to the good
rnln that was falling, Mr. Rergstrom
says, "This Is what we call had weath
er" hut hnri a smile when he said It
Rain at this time Is doing a lot of good
for both the fall and spring sown grain
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olden, fnrmers o
the Falrvlcw section, were visitors In
tiAnA. n BfitKritni' ni-nln Is romin
along well at the Olden farm and Herb
says he would be glad to see me wea
tt.A. ,n a llttla mn flint veireta
tlon of all kinds might grow a little
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Spencer went over
to rndletnn Saturday afternoon, re
mnlnlng over Sunday to visit with ro
laiivi.. on,! friends. Thev wore accom-
palned by Mrs. George t. Fell who had
been spending several days the pnsi
week visiting at the Spencer home in
Father r. J. O'Rourke, accompanied
hi. t,ir- Mia lev O'Uourke, ar
rived from The Dalles Monday and hnve
been spending the week visiting with
their many friends here. Father C
Rourke Is pastor of the Catholic church
at The Dalles, and this Is his first visit
to Heppner In a couple of yearB.
rinvtnn Is nrenarlng to start
spring shearing at his Butter creek
ranch this week. There is a plant on
upper nutter creek owned by the sheep
men of that neighborhood and a crew
frn Hmmner does the work. Lambing
Is still under way on the Neill, Howard
and Wlglesworth ranches. Echo News
The marriage of John F. Vaughn and
Miss Muriel Cason, who were formerly
residents of this city, took place at
KaIih Wnh.. on Wednesday, April 8th,
according to an Item appearing In the
n...ni,im From frlcnda here It Is
learned that Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn have
taken apartments In Portland ana win
make that city their home.
Dr. J. L. Calloway aenda us a copy of
the Mountain Home Republican of April
2, which contains the announcement of
the death In that city of hl mother,
Mrs. Laura Virginia Calloway. Dr. Cal
loway.who Is quite well known in this
city, Is now the only surviving member
of the family, and has been caring for
his mother In her declining years.
Mrs. J. R. Clilham, who with her hu
band has resided In New York City for
the past two yoars, nrrlved on Tuosday
last on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Otis Patterson. Mrs. Ollham
came via Washington, q. C, where she
visited her uncle, Alvah W. Patterson,
who Is an attorney of that city. Mrs,
Ollham will remain In the woat for the
summerCanyon City Eagle.
E. O. Haverstlck, one of the leading
agriculturists of the middle Rhea creek
section, was In Heppner on Saturday,
Mr. Haveratlck has quite a largo num
ber of fruit trees on his farm and h
fears that the freezing weather of the
past week has done considerable dam
age to the peaches, pears and apricots
but was yet unable to tell whether th
entire crop for the coming season had
n killt'il. lie hopes it haa not.
W. H. 1 urker. who farms several
mlreil arret of good laud a few miles
rth of Hi'ppner, was in town Satur-
ty. and states that In his many years
experience as a farmer in this coun
he has never had better crop pios--ts.
Ills neighbors are all enjoying
s splendid outlook also, and should
resent Indications hold good, the
waggart Butte country will turn off
biggest yield of grain this fall In
W. II. Rarratt la back on the Job as
common cltixen thfs week, having ar
rived home on Sunday with a ten days'
furlough from official duties, to help
Ith the marking of new lambs at the
Rarratt sheep ranch. This Is real re
creation to Hilly and In this duty he
ill And surcease from the onerous task
straightening out the tangles In the
work of the state highway commission.
Hy the way, Mr. Rarratt Is giving ample
proof that he is just as good a road
builder as he haa been a successful
rancher and sheep man.
Harold Cohn Is home after having
spent some six weeks on a business
ip which took him to New Tork,
ashington and Richmond. He waa In
Washlgton at the time of the Inaugur
ation of President Harding and was
greatly Impressed with the big crowd
and the ceremonies. Speaking of bus-
ness conditions, Mr. Cohn states that
from what he gathered on his trip the
return to normal conditions will be
low; this being especially true of the
wool situation, which Is not expected
get back on a stable basis short of
wo years, Mr. Cohn giving this as th
opinion of President Hagenbart of the
atlonal Woolgrowers Association,
Ith whom he talked while In Wash-
gton. Harold's visit to Washington
as on business before the U. 8. Patent
office and he visited with relatives In
into Robnett, lid. No. 17...
Road No. 7
R. W. Voile, Rd. No. 17
Road No. 7
Phelps tlrocery Co., Road No. S
John It Voile, Road No. 17..-.
Cilliam Ilisbee, General rd
Hank of lone. Market road -. 2.SS2 8S
Lena-Jarrnin road 170.20
General road - 18.&0
First National Rank, Lena-Jar.
General road 125 49
Market road MJ 48
Hardman-Rock Creek road - 711.15
Farmers A Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, Lena-Jar. rd 1.S65.72
13 00 , T.
-75 C. C. Chi
27 oo ;
1 50 I
Hardman-Rock Creek road
In the mater of the petition of J. P.
Louy et al, same continued for the
In the matter of road petition of W.
P. Cox et al, same read and referred
to district attorney.
In the matter of road petition of J.
R. Ashlnhust et al, same continued for
In the matter of application of W. H.
Stewart for dance hall permit at Board
man, same allowed and license granted.
(.rarral Claims Allowed as Fallows.
Humphreys, office r-M,' ...
k. county ph si .ui...
John GarMlde. caretaker
Harriet Haird, widow pers on
Dalny Pearl lteckel, Wl'i. j.en.
Sadie Morey. widow pension
Gladys M. Gibbons, wid. pen .. ...
Alice McKerrln. wid. pen
Kmma C. Fuller, widow pen
Rebecca Knight, widow pen
Harold Dobyns, rodent bo-jnty
Howard E. Pearson, bounty
E. G. Haverstlck, bounty
Victor Peterson, bounty
Art Keene. bounty ..
Tax Collector, Road No. 7
R. D. Alstott, bounty...-
W. A. Richardson, school supt.
J. J. Wells, assessor exp
I Ernest Heter. bounty...-
, Oscar Borg, poor 4.50, Court
Minor St Co., poor acct
J. W. Klrschner, Road No. ...
Road No. 7
Road No. 5
E. J. Starkey. school supt
Lena Snell Shurte, traveling
L. P. Davidson, County Court. ..
0. A. Bleakman, County Court
Dr. J. P. Conder, poor ac t
Caiette-Times. sheriff exp
eriff ex i .
K. A. Zochert, Road No. 8
Lester Oemmell, bounty
W. A. Richardson, school supt...
Pac. Tel. 4 Tel. Co., curent exp.
Central Market, lone-Gooseberry
L. A. Palmer, bounty
Mrs. Augusta Johnson, poor ac.
O. W. R. A N. Co., Gen. rd. frt..
Roy Mlssildine, bounty
H. W. Dobyns, pred. animals....
Chas. B. Oral, district sealer
O. W. R. A N freight
K. E. Duncan, bounty
Pred Emberger, poor account..
82 SO I
iva Well. asHenffirs exp
U',:.i:,, Humphreys, treasurer ..
'.I.'S- (V I'ru'lhornme Co.. treas.
I.'i-I.'ir. Ar 'i , superintendent
'Iilliarn At iiishee, court houre .
IM-a I'binn, jail acct...
S K Notion, iliHtrlcl stty. exp.
-M I f'ase, coroner exp
ir. W W. Illsley, co. phys. exp.
Art Metal Construction Co.,
Voyfl Fulford, bounty -
I'.ernii e Alntott, bounty
I.each Bros., election exp
'"ohn Auto Co. general road...
A J Knoblock, Road No. 7
Road No. 15
W. T. Campbell, general roads
First National Bank, Ione-
Road No. 8
Farmers & Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, general road
Itoad No. 7
Road No. 8
Bank of lone. Road No. 3
75 33 !
4 m i
2 M i
40 0 0 '
10 00 ;
3 07 ;
11 si :
9 15 ;
27 23 j
17 00 '
. 1,091.98 '
89 00 I
current expenses -
W. P. Prophet, poor acct 40 00
Ed Breslln, poor acct 8 50
current expenses 18 00
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., current exp 31.15
Humphreys Drug Co., General
road 1" 55
current exp 1055
Heppner Light ft Water Co.,
Geo. Rand, tax rebate
Hudson Land Co., assessor exp.
Public Land Co., assessor exp.
Vivian Yocum, sheriff exp
BuBhong & Co., sheriff exp
REGULAR APRIL TERM
County Court met In regular session
at Heppner, Oregon, April , with the
following officers present: Hon. W. T.
Campbell, Judge: O. A. Bleakman, com-
issloner: L. P. Davidson, commission
er; Geo. McDuffee, sheriff: J. A. Waters,
lerk; when among others the follow-
ng proceedings were had:
General claims to the amount of
2.5C1.94 presented and ordered paid.
Road claims to the amount of 110,-
12.90 presented and ordered paid. List
n the mater of W. H. Stewart et al.
petition. Now at this time Is presented
to the county court the petition of W.
H. Stewart et al for the county court
o call an election In the town of Board-
man for the purpose or voung on in.
uestion of Incorporating the town of
Boardman. Petition was approved by
the court and May 20, 1921, set as the
ate for said election. O. H. Warner
ml C. O. Blavden were appointed
udges, and J. C. Bnllcnger, W. H. Stew-
rt, snd F. F. Kilts appointed to act
a clerks of said election.
W. W. Smcad was appointed secretary
of Morrow County Fair Board for term
1 three years.
In the matter of the road petition of
O. W. Hlldcrbrand et al, same was read
nd approved by the court and ordered
lewod, W. J. Blake being appointed
o act with the regular viewers to view
In the matter of road petition of W.
Barnett et al, same continued for
In the mattor of road petition of R.
Vernon Jones et al, same continued ror
Claims Allowed from Road Fonda.
entral Market, Market road. ...I 109.SO
Stale Ind. Accl. Com., Market
road - -
Lena Jarmln road -
Road No. 1 -
Road No. 16
General Road -
. M. Jordan. Lena-Jar ..
W. Jordan, Lena-Jar -
. W. Dyktra, Rd. No. 7 ....
Coxen Bros., Lena-Jar
.! W. Frltsch. Market rd
Lexington Gnrnge. Market rd...
Oregon Slate Highway Com
mission, Mnrket rd S86 38
i I' 'i iii
Thomson Bros., Market ra zi.uo
Market road 4 80
Valley Packing Co., Market rd. 24.28
Leach Bros.. Market rd -. 23 36
H. K. Cowglll. Market rd 8 12
Brlstow & Johnson. Market rd. 114.18
Bert Mason, Market rd 89 71
H. Lane, Market rd..
Turn A Lum Lbr. Co.,
Lee Cantwcll, Lena-Jar.
Turn A Lum Lbr. Co.,
Jarmln road -
Thomas Ross Co., Lena-Jar. rd.
Minor ft Co., Lena-Jar. rd
Ileppner Bakery, Lena-Jar. rd.
Road Builders Equipment Co.,
Lcna-Jarmln rd -
15. F. Summers, Echo, Lena-
W, Klrschner, Market rd
Hardman-Rock Creek rd
Standard Oil Co., Mnrket rd
Market road -
General road - .
Road No. 7
Trl-State Co., Market rd
Lenn-Jnrmln road. -
B. H. Bleakman, Hardman-Rock
E. Ii. Ayers, Hard.-R. C
G. W. Kirk, Hard.-R. C
Turn A Lum Lhr. Co., Hard.-
Rock Creek road .
Road No. 7 - -.
Runynn & Frederlckson, Road
No. 8 -.
Hnflus Ferris Equipment Co.,
General road...- -
Martin Reld, Gonernl rd
Llovd E. Fell, General rd....-
Howard Cooper Co., Gen. rd
W. U McCaleb, General rd
Universal Garage, General rd...
Good Roads Machinery Co.,
General road -.
Sholly'a Gnrnge, Gen. rd
Independent Repair Shop, Gen.
Howard Cooper Corporation,
General road - - -
A. Z. Barnard, General road
Road No. 7 -
Peoples Hdw. Co., Oen. rd
M. Ii. Case, Oen rd -..
Foenaughty Co., Oen. rd .
Ira W. Thornton, General rd.-..
W. O. Minor, General road
Earl Warner, General rd......
Gus McMlllnn, Genoral rond
Geo. McMlllnn, General road....
Wm. Durnn, General road
J. L. Kirk, Road No. 1
KEEP a supply of
PEARL OIL (kero
sene) on hand for use in
oil cookstovet, heaters
and lamps. Pearl Oil is
clean and economical.
Your dealer can supply
you. Ask for PEARL
TO THE PEOPLE OF MORROW COUNTY:
We want you to know that
is at your service.
We want you, when in town, to use the public
conveniences here. We have rest rooms for the
ladies on our lobby floor and on both landings.
Men, make your appointments and talk your
business in the lobby.
All Are Welcome
DINE WITH US
Our New Blf Dining Room
la not exclusive to trusleat
trade. It's (or the folk! ot
Heppner First, Last ant All
Give the wife a reit
and a treat a Sunday
SHORT ORDERS, TOO
Pure Ice, Full Weight, Prompt Delivery
There axe four points that satisfy our patrons. Do we
serve you? If not, just phone Main 362 or ask one of our
drivers. Once a customer, always a customer.
MADE AT HOME FROM PURE WATER
JAMES G. COWINS
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04XONG the Apache Trail in
Arizona the motorist can see the
dwellings of a race now believed
to be extinct. These diif dwell
ings are at least 400 years old and
if their walls could speak they
would tell a most dramatic story
of romance and conquest,
Arizona has more than its share
of interesting places to lure the
motorist. There he will find many
Indian reservations the homes
of Apaches, Navajos, Hopis, Mo
haves and other tribes. There,
too, is the famous Roosevelt Dam
and the incomparable Grand Can
yon of the Colorado River.
And wherever he goes the mo
torist can be sure that his motor
fuel will be right because Red
Crown Gasoline is sold every
where. Look for the Red Crown sign
on service stations and garages.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
FOR PRINTING THAT HAS REAL CLASS SEE THE G.-T.
A. Z. BARNARD
Transfer and General Hauling
HEAVY OR LIGHT WORK HANDLED
Get us on the street or by phone, No. 662
Drive up adu let us inspect your tires. We
will tell you frankly if it will pay or not to have
them repaired. We aim to give every customer
his money's worth for every dollar spent.
C. V. HOPPER
One Block East of Hotel.
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