The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, May 24, 1923, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1923.
PAGE THREE
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faDDeianas
Joseph Esktlson wn in the city
Saturday from Lexni?ton. He has
been pendinff the past couple of
months on the farm with his son,
James. Being here on a pleasure trip
he has plowed 226 acres for his son,
as the boy was not able to get the
necessary help, and Jo was determ
ined that the job should be done
at the right time, even if he did
have to take the plow in hand. He
put this over all right, is feeling
fine and will be leaving shortly for
his home in Salem, to eat strawber
ries and cherries. We said that
he la feeling fine; this was so until
he tried to crank the Ford and re
ceived a "kick" that badly wrenched
and sprained his right arm at the
wrist, causing him no little pain,
though he escaped broken bones.
F. E. Mason, who is an extensive
farmer residing near Lexington, was
in the city Monday. He has been
somewhat Indisposed of late and came
up to sea the doctor about it and
found out what he should do to get
well. Ha is making no complaint
regarding outlook for crops.
Egbert Young, who was In the city
on Saturday from his farm on Eight
Mile, states that the weather has
been Ideal for the grain and it is
coming along fine; if anything it is
just a little too rank and some
"toughening" weather might prove
beneficial.
Sam McCullough was down to the
city from his Balm Fork ranch on
Saturday. He states that the grass
on the hills was never better, and
his grain is all coming along fine.
The good price for sheep and wool
is also pleasing to Mr. McCullough.
Chas. Thomson and family motor
ed to Pendleton on Friday, return
ing Saturday afternoon. Mr. Thom
son attended the doings of the Dok
les in that city on Friday night, at
which ceremonial a number of tyros
tread the hot sands,
Tom Driskell was in the city a few
days this week. He is now running
a "traveling" butcher shop, peddling
meat up and down Butter creek to
the ranchers, and expects to make
Heppner his headquarters for the
summer at least.
. J. J. Wells is county assessor of
Morrow county and lives at Heppner.
He was here today to visit his bro
ther, D. C. Wells, who recently mov
ed to Pendleton from Heppner. Pen
dleton E. 0.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R Patterson ar
rived home on Sunday from Portland
having spent the past week in the
city, where Mr. Patterson attended
the convention of Kexall dealers.
0. H. Ferguson, who was In town
Saturday, states that wheat is show
ing up fine in the Sand Hollow coun
try where he resides, and he is look
ing forward to a bumper crop.
Eph Eitkelaon, who Is the propriet
or of one of the nicest tittle ranches
on Willow creek, was up to Heppner
Saturday from his home near Lex
ington. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Akers of lone
were in the city Sunday evening and
attended the baccalaureate services ;
at the Christian church,
Mrs. Josie Jones departed for Port
land on Thursday last, expecting to
spend a couple of weeks in the city
Tislting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson are
rejoicing over the arrival of a daugh
ter at their home on Balm Fork on
Saturday, May 19.
W, G. Scott, Lexington banker and
warehouseman, was in this city to
attend to business matters on Satur
day afternoon.
Andrew Patterson and wife of Port
land are having a visit in this city
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Patterson.
BornMay 10th, to Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius McLaughlin, of Blackhorse,
a daughter.
Robert Wilcox, Lexington rancher,
waa a visitor In the city on Satur
day. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmitt
U. of 0. Sculptor Com
pletes Four Creations
Symbolic Group to Honor Mot here
and Inspire Youth to Be
Placed on Campus
University of Oregun, Eugene, May
16. Avard Fairbanks, aasintant pro
fessor of fine arts in the University
of Oregon in charge of clashes In
sculpture, has completed models of
four significant creations.
He has prepared a model for the
symbolic group designed to honor all
mothers and to inspire youth to hold
fast to the mother's ideals. When
the life-size work is completed it
will be placed in a central position
in the woman's quadrangle on the
University of Oregon campus.
The second model is a soldier's
memorial to be erected on the Uni
versity of Oregon campus in honor
of University fighting men who serv
ed in the war. It will be an outstand
ing feature of Memorial Court, a
future development of the Univer
sity. Professor Fairbanks recently pre
pared a sketch for a proposed mark
er for the Old Oregon Trail. It was
prepared at the nujrKestion of Walter
M each am of Baker, president of the
Old Oregon Trail association. The
deitign for the marker shows a cov
ered wagon drawn by an ox-team. A
pioneer family is looking westward
from their seat in the prairie schoon
er. The detfgin is submitted for con
Hide ration when the Old Oregon
Trail association is ready to set up
highway guides.
The Oregon sculptor la modeling a
service memorial for O. A. C. men
who were killed during the war. The
memorial is to be a bronze tablet
seven feet high and 35 inches wide.
It has been ordered by the O. A. C.
catts of 1U23 as a gift to the college.
The panel expresses the spirit of
sacrifice personified as an angel up
holding the soldier a typical service
man in his tin helmet, a tired boyish
face uplifted, and his gun at rest fr.
his right hand. His left hand holds
the symbolical olive branch which
he has won by paying the supreme
sacrifice. Below the soldier's extend
ed left ami which the angel sup
ports is a roll to be engraved with
the names of the dead.
The tablet will be completed this
term and sent to New York for cast
ing. It wi l be unveiled at commencement.
WOOL PRICES 25 YEARS AGO.
From an old newspaper file of My
1898, It is found that the price of
wool waa around 8 Mi cents a pound.
The item says that Wm. Penland of
Heppner aold 150,000 pounds at 8tt
cents to Frank Lea of San Francisco.
The year before the same grower
aold his clip at f cents. All of
which reminds us that the "good old
times" of twenty-five years ago had
a few disadvantages to wool grow
ers, anyhow! Globe-Times.
A Few of Our Bargaina at Hennis-
ton: Fine home, with ten acres of
land, close in. Price $6500.
6 acres practically in town, with
good home. Price $4000.
40 acres, highly developed land,
silt soil, good home, in fine neigh
borhood. $7000.
600 acres under the McKay Reser
voir, at $40 per acre. Good soil.
For further information about
these and other lands communicate
with E. P. DODD INVESTMENT CO.,
Hermiston, Ore.
JACKS FOR SALE.
Several young jacks, 2 to 6 years
old, registered and broke in. Will
contract for their colts at yearlings
fur $!00, from these jacks, in part or
full payment. Eastern Oregon Jack
Farm, B. F. SwaKgrt, Prop.
ESTRAYED There came to my
place, the Bell ranch, about March I i r- a nlpa fi.VPni
2, one bay mare, weight about 1550, OUaraatCS VJIVeiV
star in forehead, blotch brand on left No nmm4 f JCniano pain continue work,
shoulder; bay horse, weight about Ask to see Ote-o-oia Pile TreatmenU
1450, with four white feet. Owner PATTERSON SON
may have same by paying advertising Main Street -:- Heppner, Oregon
and paxturage charjrea. RAY YOUNG.
To know
how good a cigarette
really can do maaey
you must try a-y
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IIstrikeJ
CIGARETTEW
TIE best econ
omy combina
tion in tires that we
know of is a quality
product backed up
by conscientious
service. So we sell
Goodyear Tires, as
representing the
utmost in quality,
and deliver the
buyer a service that
helps him get from
those tires all the
mileage built into
them at the factory.
At Goodyaar Sarvica Station
teaUrl u and rrom
mand thm n ru Goo J v. of
Cord. with tha bavalad All.
Waathar Triad and back
than up with atandard
Gaodyamr Sarvica
Heppner Garage
GOODSTEAR
THE STORE FOR MEN
Argonaut Shirts
We have these shirts in all the
popular colors:
Pearl Balloon, Tan Supertex, Gray Ox
ford, Tub Silk, Etc.
i They are made in the new Golf or College
collars and Fifth Avenue Cuffs.
Styleplus Clothes
The popular priced clothes of America
$25 - $30 - $35 - $40
THIS IS STRAW HAT SEASON
David A. Wilson
Men's Furnishings
A MEN'S STORE FOR MEN
GARDEN TOOLS
A complete line of tools for the handy
man in home or garden. "Good work
depends upon the tools" every man
knows that.
Spading Forks, Barrows, Rakes, Hoes,
Watering Cans, Sycles, Lawn Mowers,
Hose, Shovels, and our "Handy Kit."
Peoples Hardware Co.
Heppner Oregon
Pioneer Employment Co.
With Two Big Offices
PENDLETON AND PORTLAND
Is prepared to handle the business of
Eastern Oregon better than ever before
Our Specialties
Farms, Mills, Camps, Hotels, Garages, Etc.
WIRE Rl'IH (IHDKR1 AT Ol'R IIPKII
Pertlaa OMra Pa41tea Otarn
14 N. htni 11 . Wet It.
Only Employment Office ii Eastern Oregon with Connection! in Portland
MORROW COUNTY
CREAMERY CO.
wants
MORE GOOD CLEAN CREAM
Make Cream Test of 30 of Better
Morrow County
Creamery Co.
Heppner, Oregon
FOR
YOUR SUPPER
TO-NIGHT
An appetizing steak,
a delicious crisp ba
con, or any other of
the meats you like,
fresh and tender from
our sanitary market.
Central Market
G. B. SWAGGART
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MOVED !
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
suit cleaned
and fixed up.
We Clean Everything
Lloyd Hutchinson
Where
They
LEAN
LOTHES
LEAN
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KIRK BUS & TRANSFER COMPANY
WM. H. 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 TRIPS -:- GENERAL HAULING
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Walls thai make you
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smgatyourwori
nishing every part of the kitchen there U
product just suited to iti needs. Fuller1!
IsN'T it wonderful what little paint will do?
How it seems to flood the room with sunlight,
iweep it with breezes, nd leave you singing over
the dreariest, "drudgiest' ' task kitchen can know I
For finish
Fuller ore
Wanhahle Wall Finish can be kept clean by oc
casionally wiping with I damp cloth. For wood
work, there is Silkenwhite Enamel or Dccorct,
ind for floors, Fullcr'i Rubber Cement Floor Paint.
And the nicest part is that you can easily do the
work yourself and enjoy it thoroughly.
For 7 years W. P. Fuller & Co. has been pro
ducing paints, varnishes, enamels, wall finishes and
stains. A local dealer has them. Our Service De
partment will gladly give you advice and mail
little "Home Service" booklet without charge.
Whatever your painting need, W. P. Fuller & Co.
makes a paint for the purpose.
W P ' FULLER & CO,
301 Mission Street, San Francisco
II UranchM In Pirtftc Com! Clllei
Ficlorleit Ban Frncio and Lot Angelei
FULLER
PAINTS Wm VARNISHES
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PEOPLES HARDWARE COMPANY
Heppner, Oregon
lason Cords
We are offering MASON CORD TIRES
which were purchased before the advance
at these prices as long as our present stock
lasts:
30 x 3 T Fabric $8.50
30x3 1-2 Cord,Regular $11.50
30x3 1-2 Cord, Oversize $13.00
31x4 S.S.Cord $23.70
32 x 4 Cord $25.00
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 Cord $34.50
HEPPNER TIRE
& BATTERY CO.
Formerly C. V. HOPPER TIRE SHOP and
BATTERY ELECTRIC SERVICE STAT'N
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
$475.00
HarwooiTs Jewelry Store
Odd Fellows Building, Heppner, Ore.
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Wan the most direct trans
continental route uhen it
was blazed and IS AUr
But it's easier to "nesotiate now man men,
and the REDUCED round trip
SUMMER EXCURSION
FARES
in effect daily between
May 15 and September 15
over the
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
will make it very attractive. Study this table.
$(M .on Hnttnlo .
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1:12.75
-.nnrf(no i nrM tn other important centers.
Kinl return limit October SIM. l-iheral Hop-over
privileRes going and returning.
A side trip to Yellowstone at small additional
cost will altoid the experience ot a lite time.
Call in bv phone and let in make all vour arrangement.
It coata no more and willsave you low ut worry.
DAKNKE, Agent, Heppner, Ore.
WM. McMVUUAY,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
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'A dttU better Kunabout
Nothing like the present low price for
the Ford Runabout has ever been
known. And for a Ford of even
greater merit, with slanting wind
shield, one-man top, additional carry
ing space in the rear and distinct
improvements in chassis construction.
Salesmen accept this Ford model as an
essential part of their selling equip
ment; business houses buy it for their
representatives and hundreds of
thousands of other users will find
it a still more attractive purchase
than ever.
Immediate orders are necessary if you
are to get your Ford this Spring. A
small down payment and the balance
on easy terms.
Ford pnets hav ntvtr bm to to
Ford (jiittlv has tuxwr bmn m ktgk
LAT0URELL AUTO CO.
Heppner, OreRon
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