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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1923.
LOCAL K ITEMS
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fn vfntdny. Wiiimti I'nt--ri'y
6 -bMr.( tm won th critic'
dHi-n en hoi h Turrent rd deliv
ery in ifhht with t.u-Uvu Adol-.t-u
collar t St. IVUm. Minn,,
the mpM cf March U. The Wi.lim
te t-m, eormfting of Robert Not
f.n of liefrner. and R.bert Littler
and KrHlney A.rtn of .alem, upheld
the fl.rmatne of the qut-ion : "Re
oived. That the I'mted rutei thca'd
enter tVe leRpue of ration. "
J-.hn Piper, of Tiper Car.ynn. top
fcd in the city a short time yesterday
while returr.inf from the Berry pale.
He tte that the oid weather if
preventirig wheat from comii.g along
as it tuiouid, but a little warm mn
fhine would certainly make it gro.
a, all other condition art ideaL Mr.
I'iner nayi we will not have a char.g
until tht moon get off it? back, and
thii will be om week yet.
A nr-rruc license was issued by
Clerk Water on Saturday to Wn.
Kdward Tompkins and Mrs. Addie
Ievitic, both young people of lone.
The ci'tie were imrr.rdisteiy married
at the clerk's office. Rev. J. R, L. Has-lun-,
officiating. The bride is the
daughter of A. M. Zink. prominent
lfiimer of the lone section, and the
young people will make their home
it. that vicinity.
Charley Latcortll is slowly recov
ering from injuries received down at
Board man several days ago, when he
had a coupie of ribp broken by being
jammed between a post in the parage
and the door jam on a closed car he
wan moving. The injury Rim
ff the job at Boardman. where he
ia now erecting a new garage build
ing, and he has been at Heppner while
Mim Marguerite Hisler is in re
ceipt of word from her father, Paul
Hi&ler, who is under the care of phy
sicians in Portland, that he is much
fcwtter. During the past week it was
reported that Mr. Hisler was very
critically ill. and that his recovery
was doubtful, but the news now re
ceived from his bedside is encour
aging to his family and friends here.
Mrs, J. H. Cox, while working about
the house on Monday, was tripped
and fell, dislocating her knee joint.
The injury was serious and quite
painful, and Mrs. Cox has been laid
up since as a consequence.
Have you heard Ted Leavitt? If
you have you will be sure to be pres
ent at the Christian Church at 2:30
p. m. Sunday. If you have not, you
cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
2:30, Odd Fellows Hall.
LUNCHEON and ALL DAY SER
VICE at the Christian Service on Sun
day next: hear Ted Leavitt at 2:30
You cant afford to miss it. The oth
er services will appeal to you also.
Mrs. Sarah Brown has been quite
ill for the past week or so, suffering
from a chronic ailment. She is now
under the care of a physician and
improving under the treatment.
L. P. Davidson, accompanied by his
son, Thomas, visited the county seat
Tuesday. The young man is home
from school spending the Easter va
cation with his parents at lone.
H. W. Oliver was here from Port
land during the past week. He for
merly had charge of rock work for
Morrow county, and for a time lived
in lleppner with his family.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Alletott was brought to Hepp
ner on Monday and taken to the
Moore hospital, where she was oper
ated on for appendicitis.
Miss Doris Mahoney, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahoney and a
student at 0. A. C, arrived home on
Saturday to spend the Easter vacation
with her parents.
Miss Helen Barratt arrived home
on Saturday to spend the Easter holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. larratt. She is a senior at 0.
A. C. thi year.
W. P. Mahoney returned home on
Sunday from Hot Lake, where he
spent a couple of weeks taking treat
ment for sciatic rheumatism. He is
Judge Gilbert W. Phelps and J. S.
Beckwith, court reporter, are in
Heppner today to hold a short term of
circuit court and clean up matters on
Miss Henrietta Case, sister of M.
L. Case of this city, arrived from
Portland the last of the week and
now has a place in the store of her
Mrs. A. S. Akers departed for Port
land on Friday to spend a week or so
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Carrie
FOR SALE 13 Golden Campine
hens fine birds. Write or inquire
of Mrs. G. C. Aiken, Box 142, Hepp
ner. FOR SALE Or will trade for work
stock, two 3-bottom adjustable plows.
Troy Bogard, lone, Oregon.
E. O. Neill, Butter creek sheepman,
wtta doing business in the county seat
Eln.er Griffith, lone merchant, was
in this city for a short time on Mon
day. LOST Chauffeur'a badge, No. 636.
Finder please return to W. M. Kirk,
Dr. D. R. Baylor, eye specialist,
wiil be in Heppner March 26-27.
Big 40 and 8 dance at the Fair Pa
vilion, Saturday, March 24th.
Who will get the clock in Harwood's
Dr. D. R. Haylor. March 26-27.
"I can't he'p taking life seriously,"
e naid. "When 1 thought of all
Ue poor ArnnTuni and little Rus
Man chi-drc-n utarvir.g to death, and
tr dreadful famines m China I just
fei that for their cakes I had to give
up somettir.g during lnt. So I
pave up inhaling."
HEMSTITCHING I haw installed
a hemititching machine at my apart
ment in the Gilmin building and will
give a: I orders for work in that line
mv best attcntoin. Your patronage is
solicited. Mrs. C. C. Patterson. tf.
FOR SAI.E-6 head 4-year-old Bel
gian horses; new waver uounie
discs, 8 ft. Will trade disca for
horses. Property can be seen at the
BlackhoTfe ranch. Terms. E. M.
EASTER I.ILLIES. We have jost
received a shipment of beautiful East
er lillies, priced from $1 to 2. Will
tske orders for cut flowers and pot
ted plants, HUMPHREYS DRUG CO.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred White
Leghorn hatching eggs, from fine lay
ing strain. 75 cents p" setting and
f4 per hundred. MRS. CLAUDE
WHITE. Lexington, Oregon.
FOR SALE V. S. Motor truck, 1
ton, pneumatic tires, in good condi
tion; reasonable terms. Write Box
301, lone, Oregon.
Attorney S. E. VanVactor came up
from The Dalles yesterday to attend
some court business in this city
today before Judge Phelps.
Miss Anita Turner came home on
Saturday from Corvallis, where she is
a student at O. A. C to spend the
Miss Edith Perrine arrived Sunday
and will take her place again as trim
mer at the millinery store of Mrs.
Marshal Phelps was a passenger on
Saturday for Bend, where he goes to
accept employment and may remain
Max Gorfkle, hide and junk dealer
of Pendleton, was in Heppner several
days this week, gathering up hides
W. W Howard and Percy Jarmon
were Butter creek residents in the
city on Monday to attend to business
Ike Howard, alfalfa producer of
lone, was in the city Saturday to
make settlement of taxes with the
Mrs. W. O. Minor returned home on
Saturday. She has been spending the
greater part of the winter in Port
land. A. E. Wright, leading rancher of
Hardman. was in this city on Monday
to look after business affairs.
Frank Akers, extensive farmer of
Eight Mile, was doing business in this
city on Saturday.
J. W. Sibley and wife of Strawberry
were visitors in Heppner on Friday.
Big 40 and 8 dance at the Fair Pa
vilion, Saturday, March 24th.
Who will get the clock in Harwood's
CECIL K ITEMS
Farmer Mac, with half a dozen
horses on the Last Camp and Herb
Hynd with a Fordson tractor at But
terby Fiats are doing their level best
to raise the sand around Cecil, Mac
so busy trying to beat Herb that he
ha retired from the weather bureau
First water people read
magazines of the first
is of the first water.
Just $3.00 a year.
Ctlo PU Free, Addra, ,
DOLLE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIP
19S Ktk StrMt, PORTLAND. Oncn
After Every Meal
WE MEET TRAINS NOS. 1, 2, 18
Arlington Lv 9:00 2:00
Cecil Lt 10:20 3:20
Morgan ...Lv 10:36 3:35
lone Lv 11:05 4:05
Lexington Lv 11:30 4:30
Heppner Ar 11:55 4:56
; A.M. P.M.
Heppner .....IXv 9:00 4:00
Lexington Lv 9:25 4:25
lone Lv 9:50 4:50
Morgan . Lv. 10:05 6:05
Cecil Lv 10:35 5:35
Arlington Ar ...11:66 6:55
Headquarter, at Patrick Hotel
O. H. MePERRRIN R. E. BURKE
Tun iff oqi.
wim a bit of
sweet in tbe form
of WRIG LEY'S.
It satisfies the
sweet tooth and
lio YOU ENJOY SIL:LL
Sei-ved in any ttyle to
' your order.
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.
for ever, and Herb so sure he will
beat Mae that he has forsworn court
ing for the time beinjr, so we can
safely hand Herb the "hat
Messrs. C. A. Minor of Portland and
Thil Brady of Athlone Cottage near
Ine, spent Sunday at the Ist Camp.
We all congratulate Mr. Minor and
hope his renewed health will continue
Max Gorfkle of Pendleton Hide A
Junk Co. was a busy man around Ce
cil on Thursday and Friday.
A car of corn arrived in Cecil on
Thursday after being chased up and
down and around and about for a
week or two, and was very quickly
unlaoded by the Cecil stockmen for
their stock, which w7ere beginning to
feel the effects of being without com.
Mr. and Mr. Wm. Chandler of
Willow creek ranch were the dinner
puests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd of
Butterby Flats on Sunday. Martin
Bauerntiend, stroekeeper at Morgan,
was also a guest at Butterby Flats
Peter Bauernfiend returned to Ce
cil on Sunday after spending several
days among his friends in lone, who
were all delighted to see him looking
so well after his treatments at Paso
Hohleg Springs, California.
Congratulations are extended to
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Henriksen of Ew
ing on the arrival of a fine nine-lb.
girl on March 17th. Dr. McMurdo
of Heppner was in attendance and
reports all doing well.
Misses Annie and Violet Hynd of
Butterby Flats visited with Mrs. Geo.
Krebs at the Last Camp Saturday,
Miss Violet leaving on Sunday to re
sume her studies at Heppner High
G. F. Hartvigsen, foreman of the 1
highway fence men, left for lone on
Friday after completing the fences in
Cecil viciaity, and will start fence
work between lone and Lexington.
Bob Thompson of Heppner made a
hurried trip to Shepherd's Rest
on Tuesday, and finding aJl in order
he also made a hurried leave of his
Mocks which are doing fine.
The Mayor and Walter Pope have
been joy riding for several days this
last week but the heavy wind and
sand storm of Friday blew them back
to where they belonged
March 17. A beautiful day, finest
of the season. Many thousands of
fire hunbs playing around the Cecil
hills. Sheepmen wearing bigger smiles
Messrs. W. G. Scott and U McMil
lan, two of the leading citizens of
Lexington, honored Cecil with a visit
Misses Annie C. Hynd and Annie
C. Lowe spent several days during the
past week visiting their friends in
Mrs. J. E. Crabtree of Dotheboy's
Hill was calling at the home of Mrs.
H. J. Streeter at Cecil on Saturday.
Leon Logan and son John of Four
Mile were visiting with i. W. Osborn
at Cecil on Sunday.
Messrs. Geo, Henry and John Krebs
of the Last Camp were doing business
in lone on Tuesday.
R. E. Harbison, grain buyer of
Morgan made a short call in Cecil
Hermann Havercost of Cecil left on
Sunday for Portland, returning home
Harold Ahalt, government hunter
was calling in the Cecil vicinity on
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. May of Lone
Star ranch were calling in Cecil on
J. W. Osborn made a businesa trip
to Heppner on Tuesday.
FARM POINTERS. j
Farm Note frum O. A. C. Experiment
Many Oregon orchards are now
reaching an age when the spray out
fit originally purchased are going to
be inadequate. As satisfactory scab
and worm control cannot possibly be
obtained until spray equipment of
greater capacity ie provided so that
the acreage can be covered fast
enough to permit accurate timing of
the sprays. Failure to time sprays
accurately always means lost pro tits.
The orchard spray program for
1923 can be obtained free on request
to the Oregon Agricultural College.
Corvallis, Ore. This bulletin gives
complete information and the latest
advances in spray practices.
The sow which spends the entire
summer raising one, two, or three
pigs is a losing proposition. Find
out which is to blame, the sow or the
man. It pays to give the sow careful
attention at farrowing time.
Skim milk is the cheapest possible
source of protein for pig feeding.
Butter milk, if free from wash water,
is equal in value to skim milk for
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comes a check the equivalent of
He signs his name on the back of another
piece of paper and it becomes an endorsed
note good for money.
He writes a letter and it becomes a bind
The adding of the name makes these
things solemn and legal obligations.
The man who signs is responsible.
Just so with an advertisement the mo
ment a man signs his name to it he has made
a pledge to the public.
He is bound by his word as much as if he
signed a check or a note. He must do what
he promised on the terms he promised.
If he does not, he courts busniess disaster.
The man who advertises a lie publicly pro
claims himself a liar. Such men are seldom
in business but frequently in asylums.
Is is safer to buy advertised articles than
nondescript ones. It is safer to deal with
merchants who advertise than with those
who do not.
An advertisement is a signed pledge of
good faith to the public.
See the merchants and manufacturers
who welcome the chance to back their goods
and products with their names.
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Lexington Filling Station
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE, OILS and
GREASES OF ALL KINDS
Will be open for business April 1 st
A. Z. BARNARD, Prop., Lexington, Or.
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY
1-2 lb. Guittard's
Chocolate free with
every 1-lb. can at 35c
Every can guaranteed or your money back
SPECIAL THIS WEEK, COOKIES
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Robbers do not disturb people who have nothing.
A man with a thousand dollars in the bank and
only a check book in his pocket has nothing for
robbers to take; yet his check is as good as the
money which his neighbor carries in his pocket.
It is not safe to carry money on your person
when among strangers'. Neither is money safe
in the house. Money in the bank is safe and is
always available by means of a check book. And
this assurance of safety costs you nothing.
We invite you to place your money with us on
checking account. We offer a safe and conven
ient place of deposit.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
Marble and Granite
Fine Monument and Cemetery Work
All parties interested in getting work in my line
should get my prices and estimates before
placing their orders
All Work Guaranteed
Program March 23rd to 30th, Inclusive
FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd
TOM MOORE in
"MR. BARNES OF NEW YORK"
RUTH ROLAND in
"THE TIMBER QUEEN"
SATURDAY, MARCH 24th
IRENE CASTLE in
"WILD GEESE" from Field and Stream.
Fun From the Press
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 25-26
ALICE TERRY AND ALL STAR CAST in
"TURN TO THE RIGHT"
WED. and THURS., MARCH 28th and 29th
Helene Chadwick and Richard Dix in YEL
LOW MEN AND GOLD.
Clair Adams in HEART'S HAVEN
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will soon be here
Better look over
your old plows
and see what re
pairs you need.
Peoples Hardware Co.
THE body of the NEW OVERLAND
Touring Car is made entirely of steel,
with baked enamel finish. The hood is
higher hody lines are longer seats arc
lower and the upholstery removable.
$666 f . o. b. Heppner
RAY M. 0VIATT & DICK JOHNS
At Universal Garage, Heppner, Ore.