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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNEIt, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1022.
Everything Must Go W
(Q) Everything Must Go
Sadie Bowen ask that The Ga-tette-Timea
extend her aincere
thanka to those who have ao kindly
assisted her during the paat week in
her need; also to the Knights of
Pythiat lodge for their substantia!
help. Mr a. Bowen, who is getting
well along in years, has to depend up
on what work she can get to do in
order to make a living. Of late she
has been out of employment and has
reached a point of destitution. Her
condition being made known to the
good people of Ileppner, assistance
waa rendered her at once, her coal
bin was replenished, and the old lady
given other assistance that will as
sure her comfort while ahe is out of
work. For all of this Mrs. Bowen is
Oris Tadberg was In the city from
hia Ileppner Flat farm on Wednes
day. Out that way the snow haa
drifted very badly, blowing off the
hills and filling up the low places.
Many fields were blown quite dean
of snow over large areas and this ia
rather bad for the growing wheat.
Should more snow come and cover up
t!ie bare spots, it will be of much
benefit In protecting the grain while
the cold snap is on. There was no
frost in the ground when the big
snow began falling and Mr. Padberg
thinks there was at least 15 inches
on the level.
Mrs. Henry Boten was here during
the past week, attending to business
in connection with the final settle
ment of the John Garslde estate, of
which she is the administratrix. She
departed for her home at Kamela,
Oregon, on Tuesday. After the first
of the year ahe will have charge of
the eating house at that place, and
when any of the Ileppner people are
passing that way on the Oregon
trail, she would be pleased to have
them give her call.
Con McLaughlin, who Is an exten
sive rancher of the Lena country,
was in Ileppner the first of the week,
lie reports lots of winter out his
way, with the snow badly drifted as
it is around Ileppner. Mr. McLaugh
lin, who is extensively engaged in
hog raising, will spend the winter
near Vinson, where he haa secured
feed for his stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jcrts returned
heme on Saturday fioin Oakland,
Calif., where Mrs. Jones has been
spending the past three months, and
where she was joined few weeks
ago by Mr. Jones. They spent a week
in Portland on the way up.
Hugh Stanfield of Stanfield Bros.,
leading sheepmen of Weiser, Idaho,
win in Heppner for a few days the
f.rst of the week, looking after bus
iness matters. He is a brother of
Senator Stanfield, with whom he is
engaged in business.
Oscar Kelthley, Eight Mile fanner,
was in the city yesterday and landed
a bunch of orders for turkeys, dress
ed and undressed, for the Christmas
dinner of Heppner citiiens. He raised
a fine lot of the royal birds this sea
son. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson and
the little children of Mrs. Hilma
Anderson, drove in on Sunday from
Hot Lnke, where they spent a week
with Mrs. Anderson, who is a patient
at the Sanitarium.
The announcement was received
here Monday of the birth of a son
on Sunday, December 10th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur R. Crawford, at their
home in Berkeley, Calif., and all
parties doing well.
Federated Church Mothers bring
your babies and enjoy trie morning
service on Sundays. Leave the lit
tle ones in the basement with com
mittee who will take care of them.
Attorney C. L. Sweck returned Sat
urday from a business trip to On
tario, Ore. When he left thero they
were enjoying balmy weather, with
no signs of winter.
Patronize Your Home Industrlca.
Buy Heppner Bread; pay cash and
pay less; 9 cents for pound loaf or 3
for 26c; 13 cents for 114-pound loaf,
2 for 25 cents.
John F. Vaughn came up from
Portland Sunday and spent several
day in this city, looking after busi
ness affairs. He returned home this
Judge Frank Robinson, Ione'a at
torney, was an incoming passenger
Sunday in order to be on hand for
the opening of court Monday morn
ing. Mrs. C. E. Woodson and her daugh
ter, Miss Bornlce, returned home on
Sunday from a stay of several days
in Portland during the past week.
Mrs. V.iwter Crawford returned
home on Sunday, after having apent
a week at the fjme of her sister Mrs.
J. B. Cooley, tn Pendleton.
Dates Announced for Oregon State
Wool Growers Convention.
The annual Convention of the Ore
gon State Wool Growers will be held
in Pendleton, Janurary 27-29, 1923.
As these datea follow immediately
after the National Convention which
will be held in Spokane, Secretary
Mac Hoke of the Oregon Association
has been able to secure a fine array
of talent of national prominence for
the Pendleton Session.
"Indications are that we will have
a record attendance, not only because
of the splendid program and impor
tant businesa to be transacted, but
because of the fact that all appli
cants for forest grating privileges
must appear in person this year be
fore a special committee tliat will be
in session at the Convention," de
clares Jay Dobbin, President of the
Oregon State Wool Growers Association.
Live Cecil News Items.
Master Jackie Hynd escorted Miss
Blondie Miller and Miss Violet Hynd
to Heppner on Sunday. The Mayor
saw the young ladies safely on board
the local and we presume Master
Jackie had the time of his life be
fore the young ladies were safely
delivered at their respective homes
John Krebs of the Last Camp made
a visit to lone on Tuesday with the
express purpose of having a shave,
but when John showed the growth
of hair on his face, the barber quiet
ly shook his head and said, "Nothing
doing, young man." So John still
wears the whiskers.
Snow fell on Tuesday around Cecil
to the depth of twelve inches. Wed
nesday more snow. Thursday and
Friday, hard frosts. Saturday morn
ing a chinook blowing a gale. Snow
fast disappearing at time of writing
Congratulations are extended to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Krebs of the Last
Camp on the arrival of twin boys
weighing seven pounds each. Born at
the maternity home of Mrs. G. C.
Aiken at Heppner on December 6th.
Peter Bauernfiend, Cecil's right
hand man, left on Thursday for Paso
Roblcs Springs, California. Pete ex
pects to be absent for several
months. We all extend our best
wishes for Pete's speedy recovery.
Misses Lundell, Nelson and Schwart
all charming young ladies from the
Eg City, made things lively at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell
at Rhea Siding for the week end.
T. H. Lowe, Rock Inspector on the
highway and hia assistant, A. E.
Wheeler, are spending a few days
vacation in Portland before starting
work on the Gilliam county road.
Geo. W. Wilson left on Tuesday
with W. G. and Jack Hynd for Sand
Hollow where they were to look up
the sheep and cattle which were com
ing in from the Freezeout ranch.
Franklin Ely of Morgan was sport
ing a fine new Ford roadster in Ce
cil on Sunday. No need to say that
a charming young lady was the only
other occupant of the new car.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnsworth and
children of Rhea Siding, also Mrs.
Geo. Henriksen of Strawberry ranch
were callers in Arlington on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson and
family of Boardman spent Sunday at
Killarney, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. McEntire.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stender of Sel
domseen and J. E. Crabtree of Dothe
boys Hill were visiting in Cecil on
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White of the Wil
lows spent Monday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Melville Logan.
T. W. May of Lone Star ranch was
Suitable Gifts for Auto Owners
REAR VISION MIRRORS
TIRE CHAINS TIRE GAUGES
RADIATOR BAR CAPS
TIRE COVERS RADIATO COVERS
AUTOMATIC WINDSHIELD WIPERS
All packages wrapped in Holly paper
- SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
calling on hia Cecil friends on Sun
day. W. Pope and W. Lowe of Cecil
were doing business in Arlington
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, PIANOS, PHONOGRAPHS
JpWplrW An aPProPriate Christmas Gift for
JCtVCUjr. y0ung of old. Our prices are right.
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR SUGGESTIONS
The Store of Quality
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
Smile a while, and
While you smile
And soon there are
Miles and miles of smiles.
And Life's worth while
Because you smile.
E. F. Steigelman
If you are finding it
hard to smile there's
something missing, it
may be a little deviation
or perhaps some pleas
ing recreation. Try
Saturday - - - Dec. 16th
Xmas Ball - - Dec. 23rd
New Years Ball
9 to 12 . $1.10
Mothers and Dads Invited
during the week.
A beautiful wedding took place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Agee
at lone December 6th, when their
daughter Dorothy was united in mar-
DO YOU ENJOY SHELL
Served in any style to
Our Sunday dinners are an
attraction and should appeal
to you. Save the wife extra
work Sundays by taking din
ner with us just bring the
whole family along.
riage to Lester W. Schaefer of Mik
kalo. The bride is well and favorably
known both in the lone and Mikkalo
neighborhoods, while the groom has
grown to manhood in the vicinity of
Mikkalo. He ia the son of Mrs. Frank
The young couple expect to honey
moon in valley points and will make
their home on a farm sear Mikkalo.
Your Vidory Bonds-
Are they due for redemption
Are your Victory Bonds among those
recently called for redemption by the
Government? The United States is
ready to redeem all Victory Notes with
the letters A, B, C, D, E, and F in the
upper right hand corner. After De
cember 15th these notes cease to bear
Bring them in and we will send them
in for redemption.
Many bondholders are starting sav
ings accounts with this money. If they
have a few dollars to spare, it can al
ways be added. Or if they need the
cash, it is here to meet the emergency.
You've often felt more independent
because you've had this Victory Note.
Keep that independent feeling by hav
ing a savings account in the
Fir& National Bank
I AllKindsof I
1 HOLIDAY GOODS, TOYS and DOLLS I
CHRISTMAS BELLS, TREE DEC- I
ORATIONS, ETC., AT
Cash Variety Store f
Big Values for Little Money 1
Here's the Secret
Of that wonderful "round" tone
On hearing The Brunswick for the first
time every music lover exclaims at its
wonderful full, round, life-like tones.
Back of the grill is the secret an
oval horn built entirely of wood on
the violin principle. Sound waves are
amplified and sent out to the listener
in correct acoustical "circles." No
metal touches them. That's the secret!
SAY IT WITH MUSIC THIS
PLAYER PIANOS - SHEET MUSIC
RECORDS - PLAYER ROLLS
It is not too early to buy for Christmas
ShermanClay & Co. Representative at
HARWOOD'S JEWELRY STORE
Phone Main 1062
Odd Fellaws Building - Heppner, Oregon