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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923.
Heppner Business Men
Finance 1923 Rodeo
Firarx-U) iurtr.ff for th 1&2S
fiod o to th mount of llttO hat
ir.cn to dt. rnpeu ar even
bnirMfT in 1Mb rept thi year thn
Ut, r'ff'rti the committee, & much
equipment purchased nt year it etili
7ht liit of puanir.tont and amounts
Gilliam A FuW. M; L. A. Ben
nett. $10; F. S. Bank. f'0; Minor
o Thomson Urea., $S0; Pat
terson 4 Son. fU; T. J. Humphrey.
$U.; U G. Irke, 2o; Wm. Hay lor,
SlM; Morrow County Creamery, $16;
H. F. Tawh. $lf; Fhelpa Grocery Con
f.Sft; Uteurell Auto Co., ISO; Kirk
Hu Tmn-fer. 115; W. W. Smmd.
$10; VaupV.n A Goodman, ISO; Gur
dan A Son. $';5; Peopieg Hardware
Co $M; Weii k Wells. $15; Cohn
Auto Co, ISO; Nobi Stone. f.SO;
E. E. Ciark, $25; MrAtee A Aiken.
$40; Star Theatre. $25; L. E. Var.Mar
ter, $20; K. N. Conty, $15; E'.khorn
ResUuraM, $25: H. A, SchulU, $20;
Pavid Wilaon. $20; Sam Huphe Co.,
$15; G. K. SwBFfrart, $50; F. L. Har
wood. $20; Firt National Bank, $50;
Currmn A Barr, $25; Heppner Hotel,
Mr. and Mrs, T. 0. Goodman who
reside in the Eight Mile section and
are owners of the O. E. Adkint farm,
were in Heppner ft short time today.
Mr. Goodman expects to become one
of the successful wheat raisers of
Morrow county, having come here
from the east end of Umatilla county
and knowing the game.
Stephen Hart, representing the
Commercial Review, a flour and grain
publication of Portland, was a visitor
here today. He has been driving over
a greater portion of Morrow county,
during the past few days and states
that the prospects for an abundant
harvest are certainly very bright at
Large delegations from the Chris
tian churches at Lexington and lone
were present to enjoy the basket din
ner served in the new church at Hepp
ner on Sunday last and to participate
in the services during the day.
Alfalfa is ready to cut for bay whtft
the new shoots bud out from below or
when the crop is about one-tenth im
bloom. Delay ia cutting wh the
new stems are coming up aeti back
the next crop several days. Itnng
the alfalfa go into late bloom makes
coarse hay. 0. A. C, Experiment sta
tion. Success with corn depends mock
on getting a good start. Plant plen
ty of good seed IS to 16 pounds an
acre if it is good in warm ground
and do not cover too deeply. O. A.
C. Experiment station.
Favorable conditions now prevail
in the dairy industry, due to better
conditions and increased export trade
in the Vnited States during the last
year. Prices of dariy products aver
se higher than last year, because of
tV-e increase in the buying power of
laboring men. Production is showing
considerable increase but it is be
lieved that consumption will keep
pace except for seasonal surplus.
O. A. C. Experiment station.
Dairy cows of Oregon have taken
seriously the agitation for better pro
duction per animal, and have increas
ed their individual production 17 per
cent in the last 10 years. O. A. C.
AU Boy Scouts of Troop 1, B. S.
A., meet at the new church quarters
on Saturday next at 1:30 p. m.
promptlv. Verv important; dont
fail. LIVINGSTONE, S. M.
Mr. and Mrs, Alva Jones and Mrs.
Ellis Henriksen departed on Tuesday
by auto for Portland, where they ex
pect to spend a week visiting with
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow county, adminis-
Delbert Clabough departed for Port- :
land on Tnesday, to be absent a few
days on business. He contemplates
going on the place of Evangelist F.
A. Ross at Sherwood, and went down
to look the proposition over.
The Misses Opal and Wilma Leach
were two charming young ladies from
Lexingotn in the city on Wednesday.
Miss Wilms Leach will be one of the
graduates of Lexington high school
Condon vs. lone, at lone, May 13.
Each team has won a game and this
will be the hard contest. Hap Wyans
will replace Roche who is laid up
with a sore arm.
Henry Boten was in the city for a
few days the first of the week look
ing after business affairs. He re
turned to his home at Kameia on
Ship your livestock to the Mays
Commission Company, North Port
land. I handle shipments from the
producers' point of view. Edwin Mays,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Matlock of Pen
dleton were in Heppner on Sunday
vo attend the burial of the late T. J.
Matlock, their uncle.
Frank Engelman, hardware mer
chant of lone, was a business visitor
in the city this morning.
John Olden was a busniess visitor
in the city this morning from his
Rhea creek farm.
After Eoety Mtal
WE MEET TRAINS NOS. 1, 2, 18
Arlington Lt 9:00 2:00
Cecil Lt 10:20 3:20
Morgan Lt 10:36 3:35
lone Lt J.1:0S 4:06
Lt 11:30 4:30
Ar 11:56 4:65
Headquarters at Patrick Hotel
O. H. McPERRRIN R. E. BURKE
trator of the eitate of R. E. Jones,
deceased, and all persona having
claim against the estate of taid de
ceased are hereby required to pre
ent the ame with proper vouchers,
to the said administrator it t'te law
office of Jo. J. Nys. at Hepi'n. r. Ore
gon, within six months from the date
Iatd this 10th day of May. 1!23
C. N. JONES. Administrator.
Mary A. Hein, )
vs. ) SIMMONS
C. E. Hein and Henry)
To C. E. Hein and Henry Dayton, the
above named defendants:.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required
to apppear and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff herein tiled, against
you in the above entitled court and
cause, within six weeks from the
date of first publication of this Sum
mons, and if you fail so to appear
and answer said complaint, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in
her complaint, which is as follows:
That the bonds of matrimony now
and heretofore existing between
plaintiff and the defendant C. E. Hein,
be forever dissolved and held for
naught, and the plaintiff have an ab
solute divorce from said defendant.
That the plaintiff be given the cus
tody and control of the minor child,
Melvin Hein. aged seven years.
That the deed given by th defen
dant, C. E. Hein to the defendant,
Henry Payton, be held void and of n.
effect, save aa a trust deed, and that
the defendant. Henry Payton hold
the legal title to aaid land in trust
for defendant, C. E. Hein and not
That plaintiff have an undivided
one-third part in her individual right
in fee of aaid land.
That plaintiff have and recover
from defendant, C. E. Hein, aa ali
mony, and for care, support and adu
cation of the minor child of herself
and C. E. Hein, the sum of $3500.00
in one gross sum, and that aaid am
ount be imposed as a lien upon the
interest of C. E. Hein in said land.
That plaintiff recover from defen
dant her costs and disbursements In
this suit, and hava such thr re
lief aa ia meet and proper.
Thia summons is aerved upon you
by publication thereof onca a week
for aix consecutive weeka in the
liaiette-Timcs, a weekly newapaper,
printed and published at Heppner,
Oregon, by order of Hon. Gilbert W.
Phelps. Judge of said court, made and
entered on the 3rd day of May, 1923.
Tha date of first publication thereof
ia the 10th day of Hay, 1923 and tha
period of publication expiree on tha
2 1st day of June. 1923.
WOODSON a SWEEK,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Address. Heppner, Oregon.
Reduced Prices on
Chew your food
well, then use
It also keeps
the teeth clean,
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10 1 ijl
i VOL' EX JOY SIIrOLL
Served in any btyle to
Our Sunday dinner are an
attraction and should appeal
to you. Save the wife eactra
work Sundays by taking din
ner with usjust bring the
whole family along.
Working in the vicinity of
1 1th Street and Broadway,
our checker questioned 159
motorists concerning their
preference in motor fuel 67
used "Red Crown" exclu
sively, as against 26 for the
nearest competing product
a lead of over 157.
An all -refinery gasoline,
every drop of which vapor
izes rapidly and uniformly
in the carburetor, giving
quick starting, smooth ac
celeration and maximum
mileage,"Red Crown" is the
popular motor fuel through
out the Pacific Coast.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
for the experienced
Those intending to trail sheep to Wal
lula for shipment to summer range are re
quested to follow the road from Stanfield
through our ranges. Unless you are pre
pared to do this don't start across, as viola
tions of this request will be prosecuted. This
becomes necessary on account of the large
numbers trailed to this point.
There will be a man to show you the way
and you must keep moving if you expect to
J. C. H0SKINS.
I now carry a complete stock of building
material at Lexington.
FULL LINE OF ROUGH AND
Large stock of pine in the rough. M. D.
Tucker in charge.
LOCATED IN LIVERY STABLE
MORE GOOD CLEAN CREAM
Make Cream Test of 30 of Better
Phone Empire 1661
MAYS LIVE STOCK
Edwin Mays, Residence Phone Main 8669
f A. M EDWARDS
WELL DRILLER, Box 14, Lexington, Ore.
S Up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for all sizes of hole
and depths. Write for contract and terms. Can furnish you j
1 CHALLENGE SELF-OILING WINDMILL
t all steel. Light Running, bimple, Strone. Durable. s
2098 Somebody's Mother.
Where the La;y Mississippi Flows.
2287 Mammy's Lullaby. Swing Along.
13015 AfofAer of Mine. Smilin' Through.
5123 Mother My Dear. In the Moonlight.
13014 Mother Machree. Come Back to Erin.
THE MUSIC SHOP
DRY GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS'
FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, SHOES
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
We handle the best that money can
buy, and the prices are right. Come in
and let us figure with you.
Gold Bar Prepared Mustard 1 5c
Blackberries, 1 gallon cans 90c
Strawberries, 1 gallon cans $1.15
Sliced Peaches, 1 gallon cans 85c
C. & C. Coffee (bulk) 3 pounds .... $1 .00
Red Mexican Beans, per pound 9c
Mothers' Oats 35c
Sugar Crisp Corn Flakes 10c
Self Rising Hot Cake Hour, 9 8-10 lbs. 85c
5 lbs. Range Salt Licks 15c
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
G.-T. Printing Is Known For Its Good Quality
ONSIDER the squirrel, Ohy my son,
and be wise. For when the sun shines,
yra then doth he gather the fruit of the
1 nut trees. But when the trees cease
to bear fruit and snow covers the ground, then
doth the squirrel feast on the nuts he hath stor
ed against the cold days.
If thou would be wise and farseeing, get thy
self a'Bank Book and use it frequently. Be pre
pared for the Rainy Day; for when it rains it
doth pour. But thy Bank Book will protect thee
and thou will be blest amongst men.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
PROGRAM FQJ THIS WEEK
FRIDAY, MAY 11
From the Saturday Evening Post Story by
RUTH ROLAND in
"THE TIMBER QUEEN"
"SALMON" One of the Field and Stream
Stories. Fun From the Press.
SATURDAY, MAY 12
JACKIE COOGAN in
Leo Maloney in "DEPUTIZED"
Admission 30c and 50c
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAY 13 and 14
WALLACE REID in
"ACROSS THE CONTINENT"
Snub Pollard in "THE OLD SEA DOG"
WED. and TIIURS., MAY 16 and 17
MARION DA VIES in
"THE YOUNG DIANA"
"The Beauty Contest" 2-Reel Comedy.
Look Over Next Week's List of Pictures.
You Will Want to See Them Every One.
Clair Adams in "The Man of the Forest."
Chas. Hutchinson and Lucy Fox in "Speed"
Constance Talmadge in
"THE PRIMITIVE LOVER"
C. B. DeMille's Big Production
Betty Compson in "The Bonded Woman."
Get a Copy of Our Descriptive Program
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
THE body of the NEW OVERLAND
Touring Car is made entirely of steel,
with baked enamel finish. The hood is
higher body lines arc longer scats are
lower and the upholstery removable.
$666 f. o. b. Heppner
RAY M. OVITT & DICK JOHNS
At Universal Garage, Heppner, Ore.