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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1923)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923.
ESTRAYED There cam. to my
pUre, the Hell much, about March
ZX. one by rosra, weight about 1660,
star in forehead, blotch brand on left
ahoulder; bay hone, weight about
1450, with four white feet. Owner
may have aama by paying advertising
and pasturage charge. KAY YOUNU.
Lawrence Palmer and Ira Lewli
were Lexington farmers in thin city
on Saturday. Mr. Palmer ia now driv
ing a new Dort car which ii some
classy little machine.
Richard McElligott, retired farmer
of the lone section who now makes
his home in I'ortland, spent several
days in Heppner this week, looking
after business affairs.
K. G. Haverstlck, leading farmer
of Rhea creek, was a business visitor
in the city on Saturday, and states
that crops are coming along well out
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swindig are the
proud parents of a new 10-pound
baby girl, which arrived at their
home early Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett of this
city are the proud parents of an 8
pound son, born to them at their
home in this city on May 4.
Certified seed potatoes, Netted Gem
at J2.76 per sack. County machine
sheds. Secured by county at Weston.
A Few of Our Bargaina at Hermls-
ton: Fine home, with ten acres of
land, close in. Price $6500.
8 acres practically in town, with
good home. Price $4000.
40 acres, highly developed land,
silt soil, good home, in fine neigh
600 acres under the McKay Reser
voir, at 110 per acre. Good soil.
For further information about
these and other lands communicate
with E. P. DODD INVESTMENT CO.,
Give the little chicks a good start;
we have the necessary chick feed.
Also for the laying hens bone meal,
egg maker, grit and oyster shell. Peo
ples Hardware Company.
Give the little chicks good start;
we have the necessary chick feed.
Also for the laying hens bone meal,
egg maker, grit and oyster shell. Peo
ples Hardware Company.
FOR SALE Or will trade for hogs,
35 head sheep, ewes, lambs, wethers
and buck. W. Harold Mason, lone.
County Court mot in regular ses
sion on Mny 2, 1023, with all officers
present, when among others the fol
lowing proceedings were had, to-wit:
Court approved and allowed the
claims presented in the various am
ounts as per notations on the face
thereof, against the road fund and
Court allowed the claim of W. H.
Cleveland for damages done to his
sheep by stray dogs under certain
provisions and upon satisfactory
The rood petition of C E. Glasgow
et al for a road was allowed and
road ordered opened.
The road petition of J. P. Goebel
et al for a road was allowed and road
The road petition of T. J. Jones et
al for the establishment of a county
road was rend and referred to the
district attorney and upon consider
ation further hearing was postponed
until May 17, 11123.
K. G. Miller, bounty 16.00
B. T. Allstott, bounty 30.00
Roy Coxen, bounty 27.00
O. V. Gibson, bounty 80.00
Ad Moore, bounty .. 16.00
D. McNamee, poor..... 7.60
Tum-AI.um Co., court house 1.60
L. McFerrin. bounty 16.00
C. P. Hatfield, bounty 27.00
w. Kood, bounty (1.00
R H. Steers, bounty 4.00
B. o. Buschke, bountv a .00
Emanuel Hospital, poor 27.00
L. E. Fletcher, bounty 18.00
Voss Fulford. bountv 113.00
J. T. Doherty, bounty 18.00
W. H. I. Padberg. bountv 42.00
S. McCullough, bounty 4.00
P. Brady, bountv 1X00
J. H. Cochran, bounty 159.00
K. ii. Miller, bounty 33.00
A. Hunt, bounty 26.00
V. Howell, bounty 60.00
1. Johnson, bounty 27.00
T. J. Albert, bounty 72.00
Jonn Beall, bounty 80.00
Mack Albert, bounty 69.00
G. R. Pearson, bountv :uw
W. F. Pettyjohn, bountv 27.00
T. W. Lowe, bounty 44.00
It. II. heely. bounty 45.00
Kmory Moore, bountv 13 00
J. E. Gillespie, bounty 33.00
N. ii. Leathers, bountv i no
Lulu Johnson, poor 23.28
Kalph r in lev. bountv 24.00
F. W. Turner, court house 17.60
M. W. Spurlock. bountv 15.00
Earl Hunt, bounty 4.00
J. W. Sibley, bounty 18.00
W. W. Luckman, bounty 9.00
G. R. Pearson, bounty 27.00
W. L. Matteson, bounty 64.00
F. M. Miller, bounty 2.00
Dan McDevitt, bounty 78.00
A. Vey, Jr., bounty 27.00
rred Crump, bounty 21.00
C. Markham, bounty 30.00
C. B. Orai, Bcaler 11.63
C. J. Anderson, bounty 21.00
N. H. Justus, bounty 15.00
E. Miller, bounty .. 21.00
Vernon Waid, bounty 31.00
H. h. Pearson, bounty 27.00
G. A. Pettys, bounty 16.00
Kalph Klnlcy. bountv 30.00
Earl Hoirue. bountv a no
L. Matteson, bounty.. 36.00
T. M. Arnold, bounty 6.00
F. 1). Cox, bounty 22.00
Elmo Nolan, bounty 21.00
T. H. Williams, bountv 6.00
John Stout, bounty 7.00
ti. A. Bleakman, bounty 3.00
Fred Crump, bounty 21.00
C. C. Chick, county physician 1.00
Sherman Shaw, keeper 25.00
Daisy Becket, widow pension 25.00
Sadie Morey, widow pension 17.60
Hazel Logan, widow pension 17.50
Rebecca Knight, wid Den 40.00
Amy McFerrin, wid pen 17.60
Lydia Ritchie, wid Den 17.60
F. J. Gordon, poor .. 25.00
Ida Fletcher, poor 16.00
W. M. Kirk, poor 30.00
Andy Cook, poor 30.00
Henry Cohn. bountv 27.00
H. F. Sorenson, bounty 18.00
Voss Fulford, bounty 24.00
Emory Moore, bounty . 12.00
Pat McVey, bounty 27.00
Puc. Tel. k Tel. Co., cur. ex. 43.90
County Agent, county agent 225.00
Gazette-Times, Assessor 40.76
Howard Cooper, cur. ex 8.02
K. L. Brown, T. B. cattle 9.70
L. McUurTce. sheriff 80.00
Odile Groshens, tax collector 76.00
Kosteln Co., feeble minded.... 17.35
Hurrouehs Co.. sun't 142.00
L. S. Shurte, superintendent 44.00
w. M. Avers, insane 3.00
Heppner Herald, tax fore 115.40
L. W. Briggs, dist. atty 16.76
Sam Hughes Co., jall... 6.20
Tum-A-Lum Co., court house 6.05
Case Furniture, ct. house 2.85
Minor & Co., ct. houe 1.10
F. L. Harwood, ct. home 25.00
Gilliam k Hisbee, ct. hjuse... 98.65
Heppner L. k W. Co., ct.
Thomson Bros., jail.,
Glass k Prudhomme, office....
It. L, Benge, Co. court .
L. P. Davidson, Co. court
Peonies Hdwe Co., ct. house
Geo. McDuffee, insane
E. O. Neill, bounty
R. L. Benge, mkt. road .
Highway Commission, mkt,
Wm. Ilendrix, mkt. road 96.00
Fred Crump, mkt. road 6.16
B. P. Stone, dog 16.00
Geo. McDuffee, prohibition- 6.80
Farmers Elevator Co., rodent 9.64
Sam Hughes Co., rodent 10.66
T. J. Humphreys, rodent 2.70
W. H. Cleveland, dog 451.66
A. E. McFarland, west exten. 13.60
S. Atteberry, west cites 40.90
C. E. Glasgow, west exten 78.00
U. S. Reclamation, west el... 3,300.00
F. Engleman, No. 9 6.90
J. S. Lieuallen, general 42.16
Tum-AI.um, B8 213.40
R. E. Jones, HUB 2.00
Dan Barlow, No. 15 23.93
Geo. McDufTee, Sp. 2 79.60
State Inil. Acci. Com., roads.. 69.69
State Jnd. Acci. Com., Sp 14 . 12.95
R. E. Jones, HHB 7.31
W. L. McCaleb, general road 166.66
J. B. Adams, No. 2 .... 60.54
Joe Howell, No. 20 128.60
Ray How.ll, N. 20
Arlington Natl. Bank, Spl. 1
E. E. Broughton, HHB
C. G. King, HHB
Jos. W. Kirachncr, roads
R. L. Benge, general road
R. E. Jones, HHB
lone Market, Spl. 14.
G. A. Ball, Spl. 14
Tum-A-Lum Co., No. 1
B. B. Lane, No. 1
Martin Reid, HHB
Fred Buschke, No. 15
A. Knoblock, No. 15
W. G. McCarty. No. 1 A HHB
W. O. Bayless, roads
Wm. Wheeler, U. W. Crk
Tum-A-Lum Co., U. W. Crk...
Howard Cooper Corp., HHB..
Gordon k Finkbeiner, HHB..
Frank Shively, HHB k gen..
Latourell Auto Co., general..
W. L. McCaleb, general
C. V. Hopper, general
Peoples Hdwe. Co., general ...
T. J. Matlock, general
A. L. Barnard. B14
Standard Oil Co., HHB .
Gilliam k Bisbee, roads.
E. J F.mry Spl 14
5.88 First Natioial Bsnk, roads.... 2,123.2a
141.25 ! Farmers sV S. G. Nat. Bank
92.37 j roads .. 280.46
.78 I Bunk nf lone, roads . . 1.077.10
We are offering MASON CORD TIRES
which were purchased before the advance
at these prices as long as our present stock
30x3 Fabric $8.50
30x31-2 'Cord, Regular $jL50
30x3 1-2 Cord, Oversize $13.00
31 x 4 S.S.Cord $23.70
32x4 " Cord $25j0
33 x 4 Cord $25.50
34 x 4 Cord $26.00
32x41-2 Cord $31.00
33x41-2 Cord $32.50
34x41-2 Cord $33.50
35x41-2 " Gird 1 $34.50
how good a cigarette
really can oe maue
you musi iry a
THE DALLES and PENDLETON
In Internal Medicine for the
past twelve yeara
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
THE DALLES, Monday, May 14
Dalles Hotel, and at PENDLETON,
Tuesday, May 15, Dorion llotol.
Office Hours) 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mcllenthln is a regular gradu
ate In medicine and surgery and Is
licensed by the state of Oregon.
Ho visits professionally the. more-
important towns and cities and offers
to all who call on tills trip froe con
sultation, except the expense of
treatment when desired.
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gull stonos, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
Ho has to hli credit wonderful re
sults In diseases of the stomach, liv
er, bowels, blood, skin, norvos, heart,
kidney, bladder, bed wotting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers Bntl rectal ailments.
K you hiivo been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any
better, do not fall to call, as Improper
measures rather than disease are very
often the. cnuso of your long stand
llomombor above date, that consul
tation on this trip will bo froe and
that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by tholr husbands.
Address! BilO Boston Block, Minne
48.58 1 1 1
101.69 I '
& BATTERY CO.
Formerly C. V. HOPPER TIRE SHOP and
BATTERY ELECTRIC SERVICE STAT'N
'Legal Guarantee Civeru'
No neeJ of Knit no pain xntlouc work.
Ask to see Ole-o-nis File Treatment.
PATTERSON A SON
Main Street -1- Heppner, Oregon
T . S.r
the qual i ty of Good -yearTires.
the greater mileage
they give is a part of
He knows their fine,
formance is only
another phase of
And he has learned
that Iheone true tire
Quality and Good
As Goodyaar Sarole Station
Drw lee tail ond t.rnm.
mand Me nu ti'iivr
Cittda with th bmtvlrit Ail
Waathar Traad and hack
tham up with ttandard
1 Heppner Garage
"Wnitf A Mmlffor Wrefff" l"
Special Sale of Sheet Music
While it lasts I will sell all popular music
Four Sheets for $1
Also one used Kohler and Campbell Player
piano, including 70 rolls
Harwoods Jewelry Store
Odd Fellows Building, Heppner, Ore.
1 V- I Denver .
N J i Omaha .
C r. 11 K ansae City
-JZ-l?(J Sl.l.ouia .
Wag the most direct trans
continental route when it
wat blazed and IS A'OVV .
But it's easier to " negotiate now than then,
and the REDUCED round trip
In eSect dally between
May 15 and September 15
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
will make it verv attractive. Study this table.
SR4.00 nuffalo . suimu
. Hli. OO
Pitmlmmh . 119.7S
Washington 111. Ml
New York . 147.40
Boston . . 15.1.RO
Allnnla . . 117.KR
Montreal . 132.73
i .......... .
with corresponding fsres to other importsnt centers.
Final return limit October 31st. Liberal stop-over
privileges going and returning.
A Bide trip to Yellowstone at smell additional
cost will altord the experience ot a lite time.
Call us by phone end let us mske sll your arrangements.
It costs no more and will save you lots of worry.
PARBKE, Agent, Heppner, Ore.
Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
F. R. BROWN and R. W. L0WRY
HAVE BOUGHT AND ARE NOW MANAGING THE
UNTIL RECENTLY RUN BY PHILL COHN. THE NEW FIRM OF
Brown & Lovvry
IS READY TO SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP
Feed, Grain and Wool Bags
Good Service, High Quality, Reasonable Prices
WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE, REMEMBER WE HAVE
A POLICY FOR EVERY PURPOSE
AND IT COSTS YOU LESS
Office in Oilman Building, Heppner, Ore.
OFFICE PHONE 612. W AREHOUSE 643
A complete line of tools for the handy
man in home or garden. "Good work
depends upon the tools" every man
Spading Forks, Barrows, Rakes, Hoes,
Watering Cans, Sycles, Lawn Mowers,
Hose, Shovels, and our "Handy Kit."
Peoples Hardware Co.
Pioneer Employment Co.
With Two Big Offices
PENDLETON AND PORTLAND
Is prepared to handle the business of
Eastern Oregon better than ever before
Farms, Mills, Camps, Hotels, Oarages, Etc.
WIRE Rt'lH ORDERS AT OTR EZPEHiE
revtJaaal OBm P ! oss
14 K. ! tt.
Ill R. Wekk ft.
Only Employment Office it listen Oregei with Cnntions ii Portland
I have moved from the Ashbaugh building
to the rear of David A. Wilson's store
where I will be pleased to greet
my old and new customers.
Have your old
and fixed up.
We Clean Everything
An appetizing steak,
a delicious crisp ba
con, or any other of
the meats you like,
fresh and tender from
our sanitary market.
G. B. SWAGGART
KIRK BUS & TRANSFER COMPANY
WM. M. KIRK, Proprietor
Prompt and efficient service at all times, both
day or night Leave orders at Hotel Patrick
or Phone Main 664.
BAGGAGE : EXPRESS : FREIGHT
COUNTRY TRD?S -:- GENERAL HAULING
V ) General i
HJic Show Place
on your block.
If you would make your home the
colorful and attractive place it should be
a place everyone will admire there
are a number of Fuller products to
Pioneer Shingle Stain, for shingle roofs, with its
sulxlueJ and unfading shades and its superior pene
trative and preservative qualities that retard decay.
Or Concreta, a damp-proof coating for concrete
or brick. Or Fuller's Pure Prepared Paint and
Phoenix Pure Paint unsurpassed fot covering and
wearing qualities which in the end make them less
expensive than paints which cost a trifle less per
Whatever your painting need.W, P. Fuller & Co.
makes a paint for the purpose. Ciet an estimate ttjaj
from a master painter. Write ou Service Depart
ment for advice and for a copy ot out "1 lome Ser
vice" booklet. No obligation.
W P FULLER & CO.
301 Mission Street, San Francisco
it Rranchci In Pacific CoaM CIlW
Facto net: ban Kranuico and Lot Angeii
PAINTS m3 VARNISHES
PEOPLES HARDWARE COMPANY
It is a movie in real life, un
interesting because its action
and moral are often lost in the
perspective of years.
At the end of the hectic-dash-after-passing-pleasures
is a beggar's tin cup.
STOP LOOK LISTEN
Have the courage to arrange
your affairs so you are building
your finances in a way to guar
antee a comfortable old age.
WE CAN HELP YOU.
Fir National Bank