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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1923)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1923.
Mr. and Mm. S. W. Spencer arrived
home on Saturday evening from Hot
Lake, where Mr. Spencer has been
for a month or more receiving treat
ment at the aanatorium of Dr. I'hy.
Me it very much improved in health
at this time and think he is well on
the road to full recovery. Muyor
Noble, who was alfto a patient at the
sanatorium for a few weeks, receiv
ing treatment for a badly infected
knee, returned on Saturday and he
will soon be fully recovered from his
affliction. Thene people were met at
Echo by Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Beymer,
who brought them to Heppner in their
Ora L. Barlow and mother, Mrs. W.
L. Barlow and sister Mrs. Lee Howell
were vinitors in Heppner on Satur
day. Mr. Harlow left at this office
samples of his forty-fold and Tur
key Red wheat, of which varieties he
has in this season 300 acres. The
wheat is now heading out in fine shape
and seems to be developing well, and
should pood rains come it will make
a tine yield. As yet the rain had not
hit his section in sufficient amount
to be of much help, but Mr. Barlow
wa.i hoping that showers would be
coming in time to help the grain to
propci ly mature.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Van Vactor and
daughter Mary and son Ham motored
up from their home at The Dalles on
Sunday, Mr. Van to be here for the
opening of circuit court and the
other members of the family to make
a short visit with friends. The chil
dren greatly enjoyed their atay
among their former schoolmates here,
this being their nrxt visit to Hepp
ner since leaving about a year ago.
C. H. Latourell enjoyed a short vis
it from hie father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Latourell of San Die
go, and his sister and her husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larsson of San
Francfhco who arrived in Heppner
on Friday and remained over until
Saturday. They are touring the
Northwest and came in on Charles
for this short visit while passing
through Eastern Oregon.
A meeting in the interests of the
fire department of Heppner was call
ed for Monduy evening at the coun
cil chambers, and there was an at
tendance of just three. As a conse
quence, matters of importance per
taining to the reorgsnization had to
be passed up. We did not learn
whether another meeting would be
Frank Engleman, business man of
lone, was in Hppner on Saturday.
He states that the little city of lone
Is getting everything in readiness for
their celebration on the 4th, and they
will have a good program. Heppner
people are invited to come down and
enjoy the day with them, being as
sured of a good time.
Ralph Akers and family of lone at
tended services in Heppner on Sun
day, both morning and evening. They
took the Living.MtoneH home with them
after the morning service and return
ed in time for the evening. The dis
tance is not great between Heppner
and lone, since the building of the
W. B. Barratt and family returned
home from Corvallis and Portland on
Sunday. They were at the college
town the first of last week to attend
the commencement exercises, their
daughter, Miss Helen, being one of
the five hundred graduates of O. A.
C, and returned home with her par
ents. Nels M. Johnson and L. A. Ander
son, farmers of Gooseberry, were call
ed to Heppner on Monday to look
nfter some court business. For their
section the crop outlook is pretty
good now and with a shower or two
of rain the yield will be above the
HTIt A VEIL
From my ranch on Eight Mile about
May 10, one bay saddle hor?e, brand
ed 3E on left stifle. One bay mare
with blaze face, branded circle heart
on left atifle. Phone 16x6, or write
tna at Heonner. Ore. Reward. 4t.
ORA L. BARLOW
A. M. Edwards, who is busy putting '
down a well on the CuUforth place
near Morgan, was In the city for a
short time Monday. The drilling job
promises to keep him very busy for
the balance of the aeason, as he has
several wells in prospect when the
water flows in the Cutsforth well.
J. S. Beckwlth, official court re
porter for Morrow and Umatilla
counties, was in Heppner on Monday
for the opening of circuit court. He
returned to his home at Pendleton
late in the afternoon, there being no
business here requiring his attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bothwell left
Heppner on Saturday for their home
at Maupin, Oregon. Mr. Bothwell
came over for his wife and baby who
have been spending several months
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Cowins.
Mrs. Lucy T. Wedding, who has
been superintendent of the Sumpter
schools for the past year, arrived at
Heppner the end of the week and will
spend her summer vacation in this
August Lundell, who is a real es
tate dealer in Pendleton, was visiting
with relatives in lone on Friday and
Saturday last. Mr. Lundell is also
leader of the school band at Pendleton.
Fred Ashbaugh of Toll Rock was
in town on Monday. He has rented
his Eight Mile farm and contem
plates retiring from that line of en
deavor for a time at least.
Paul Gemmell departed Monday
evening for Portland to attend the
meeting of the grand lodge of the
Masonic orders, as a delegate from
Heppner Lodge No. 69.
P. M. Gemmell and his father, J.
H. Gemmell, drove over to Helix on
Sunday for a visit at the home of
Chester Gemmell, returning home on
Judge Phelps being unable to come
to Heppner to hold court, owing to
illness, Judge Parker came over from
Condon and opened the June term on
Relf Brown, who is camp tender
for Ed Neill on Butter creek, was
from Lena Monday, His range
will be in the low mountains tnis
J. 0. Kincaid, who is a leading ag
riculturist of the lone section, was
in the city on Saturday to attend a
meeting of the farm bureau.
Judge F. H. Robinson, attorney of
lone, was here on Monduy and Tues
day, having business of a legal na
ture before the circuit court.
Mrs. P. M. Gemmell and her friend
Miss Francis Rose, departed Sunday
for Seattle, where they will visit with
relatives and friends.
John Bellenbrock, stockman of the
Monument country, spent a few days
looking after business affairs in
Heppner this week.
Good grass pasture for horses, (2
for cattle, Sl.bO, per month. Plenty
of water. B, H. PECK, upper Rhea
Want more eggs? Try KERR'S
Scratch and Egg Producer. BROWN
High School annuals now on sale
at Humphreys Drug store at $1.00.
See BROWN & LOWRY for Alfalfa
Hay. 21 a ton.
Howard Anderaon, who is an ex
tensive farmer of Eight Mile, was
doing business in this city on Mon
day. W. B. Barratt Is now the driver of
a tine new Old immobile, purchased
while in Portland the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olden of Fair
view were up to Heppner for a short
time on Siturday.
' Weenling pigs for sale. Cleveland
ranch, 4 miles east of Heppner on
Willow creek. tf.
FOR SALE-McCormick 12 ft. head
er, in good condition. Ray Young,
Chickens need Meat Meal, Ground
Bone, and Charcoal. BROWN and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kekhley of
Eight Mile visited in this city on
High School annuals now on sale
at Humphreys Drug store at $1.00.
Elmer Griffiths, lone merchant, was
up to Heppner Monday on court bus-
As there has been a fence placed
Mvamm lha count v rr ad on Freexeout
mountain, we hereby notify the pub
lic tnat we win not anow lives iocs w
make a trail over any of our lands in
this district, owing to this fence, and
will handle such stock at wilful tres
pass. HYND BROTHERS CO
4t. By David Hynd, Secretary.
A Few of Our Bargain' at Herm la
ton: Fine home, with ten acres of
land, close in. Price $6000.
6 acres practically in town, with
good home. Price $4000.
40 acres, highly developed land,
silt aoil, good home, in fine neigh
600 acres under the McKay Reser
voir, at $40 per acre. Good aoil.
For further information about
these and other lands communicate
with E. P. DODD INVESTMENT CO
FOR SALE Cheap, one 22-ln. Case
separator with blower, in good con
dition: also straw carrier for 22-ln.
I ANIRKAN ITtsACCO 0Q
STYLES in furniture change with
the times, just as do styles in dress.
That is why many ingenious housewives
rely on Fuller Enamels and Decoret
Varnish Stains to bring their furniture
up to date.
For rcfiniahing the surface in imitation of natural
wood luch as Dark Oak, Rosewood and Walnut,
tiic Decoret Varnish Staini. The newest colon
when painted furniture i in vogue will he found in
Fuller'i Art Decorarive Enamel. Then there is
Silkenwhite Glosa or Semi-Gloss Enamel, which
produces an intense white or olden ivory finish for
the woodwork of the room.
Ask for Fuller Paints and Varnishes, iy ntmi, at
the local dealer's. Or write our Service Department
for advice. Our "Home Service" booklet is mi.
Whatever your painting need, W. P. Fuller & Co.
makes a paint for the purpose.
W P FULLER & CO.
30! Mission Street, San Francisco
ti Brinchti In Pacific Court Cities
Ficloricu 810 Krtnclico and Lot Angel.
PAINTS Hi VARNISHES
PEOPLES HARDWARE COMPANY
1 Our Chautauqua
June 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 1923
BETTER THAN EVER
1 OUR BUSINESS Is to Serve and Please
1 YOUR BUSINESS Is to See That We
G. B. SWAGGART
ra cool, clean kitchen
bum PEARL OIL
Pearl Oil, burned in a good oil cook
stove, is an economical as well as a
clean and convenient fuel.
You are rid of the drudgery of feeding
and cleaning out a range and your
kitchen is cool and comfortable. You
work with a clean, intense cooking
heat concentrated directly under the
burner where it is needed.
To be sure of best results in your stove,
use Pearl Oil. It burns cleanly no
smoke or odor
Dealers everywhere. Buy it by name
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
separator in good condition. C.
UUKHNKE, Lexington. Oregon.
Tn Tr.il. 1 t .v. a 19b.i..k r..
separator and a 20 40 engine to trade
for a truck of not less t!ian 2 1-2 torn
capacity. J. II. PADHKKO, Heppner
JACKS FOR SALE.
Several young jacks, 1 to $ years
old, registered and broke in. Will
contract for their coita at yearlings
for $100, from these jacks, in part or
full payment. Eastern Oregon Jack
Farm. B. V Rwanfart, Prop.
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home orrici-BAN rtuNOSCO
E. C. GENTRY, District Manager,
Wat the noil direct Iran
continental route uhem it
Itxu biased and IS KOW
But it'a easier to "negotiate" now than then.
and the REDUCED round trip
in effect dally between
May 15 and September 15
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
will make it Terr attractive. Study this table.
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FiDl return limit (J tobrr 3lst. Liberal stop-over
privilege going and returning.
A "fde trip to Yellowon it small additional
cost will afford tha experience of a ltfe time.
Call m br phone and let tie make all your arrangement.
t cost no more and will save you lota of worry.
C. DARBEE, Agent, Heppner. Ore.
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ora.
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.
Pioneer Employment Co.
With Two Big Office
PENDLETON AND PORTLAND
Is prepared to handle the business of
Eastern Oregon better than ever before
Farms, Mills, Camps, Hotels, Garages, Etc.
W1RB BUSH ORDER! AT OUR BlXPBHfB
14 If. tmum ft
111 . Watt M.
Only Employment Office in Eastern Oregon with Connections in Portland
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 TRIPS -:- GENERAL HAULING
Heppner, June 22 to 27
Six Days of
AND GOOD FELLOWSHIP
You Cannot Afford to Miss a Program
the earning power of
you spend money foolishly you
are not only losing this actual
cash in hand, but also the in
terest that this money might
earn for you as long as you live.
How much money have you
saved up? How much can
you save in the next year? It
does a man good to look the
situation squarely in the face
once in a while and see how
he is coming out financially.
Fir& National Bank