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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEFPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1923.
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4 cii.'n of tr cream
Tvq prace of matar
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me 9 frn ap
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me eat mm en.
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Min-e John 1 ur. t ard Ourtia
R-ea. of . ere.K Mrs. l.ur.ty
.!(. ttiat (11 comtirif l
Mea li y en ihfir bip mr-rat crop
the (run il turning ..ttt nih
il an th.'T r.ad anticipated
. combine i mvukir.ii. the
re ni- on tr-e (.unitnc rf .U1
m- . k furry in t Vir t.r
'orrinp trc btv July rain me meoa
have uWrn to grominp exceedingly
f :1 and K lid.!-!" a lo( of hustur.g to
keep thrni i'n.
At Boaniman on Monday afternoon
we nit Prof. H. M. J-imea. Mrs. James
and V.i l oia. mho mere on their may
over to Tiiot Rock. Mr. James mill
la i J
hor I hnve chare of the Fnot Rock high
turr.icV. J ..-uvrt) the comine vear and was ging
over there to took up place for bis
fj.mi.y to live.
Assessor J. J. Wells and wife and
several members of the family motor
ed to Portland this week
few days in the city and
at the coast.
Some hot today, and cutting hotter
and hotter. Who said we would get
by the summer without our usual
amount of hot weather? They have
another guess coming.
NEAR IN G THE END.
I am not going to talk Ion;
4r ju-t y led op stares J
rt me and toid me net
to forest my prayer. 1
p- tr-ty arert enny
peer of me lorguung
hpm tonite. The way
l I feel.
Saterday Jake lit
tle sister U only 6 wks.
old. She it only a ba
Jv. I gess t! i hot
"wether U rritty hard
on It hecj u-e Jake says she hat to
take .1 or four Nap ever day in order
so she can set up and cry 4 the nite
.one. But Jakts ma set-ma to want
to keep it even after that.
Sunday -The Pur. day saool lesson
.v..-,t Usca TWivfrirtT the ehii-
j 4 i. ... ' tk. o.,hr t Rli- ! been cured of that.
ters what it ment to Deliver ar.d for
him to ue the wird in a eenter.ee.
He sed. My pa went to Deliver Sta
ble and hired a horse k buggy to take
a ride in. We all lalffed a Mary laff.
Monday This evning pa and ma in
cluding me went for a ride & wile
we was g.idetng along in the ford pa
says 1 wisht tires wood cum down.
Just a minit later a fellow pointed at
are wheel nr.d we seen we had a 6at
tire. Pa laffed with a grin and ed.
I gess Provident disunderstood me
Tuesday This has ben a awful hot
day. I gess ! will call up Jane on
the fone. She treats me o cool here
of lately. Or else I will call up Pug.
He sed the nex time he seen me he
was a going to nock me cold.
Wensday ent up to the golf dia
monds with pa today. He says he
dussent play for plasure but for the
Xercie it gives him and after watch
ing him play I heleave him. Hia score
for 9 holes wood of ben sixty 4 if he
fcaddent of mist 8 strikes all together.
Thirsday Miss Jemimy Hix is all
Xcited tonite because she got a pur
posal of Marry&ge by mail but she
dont no whom to blame it onto be
cause it was sent in a unanimous letter.
the speaker. "I've
The other night
I was making a speech when a man
entered the hall, took his seat right
in the front row. I had not been talk
ing an hour when 1 noticed he was be
coming fidgety. Finally he rose and
" 'Shay, how long you been lec
turin?" " 'About four years, my friend,1 I
"'Wei!,' he remarked, as he sat
down, 'I'll stick around; you must be
Seaside, etc, before Mrs. Wright re
turns to her home in Tul.-a.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Morrison of
Rw',iff spent the week end in Port
land. N. J. ha been busy $ince ar
riving home unloading a new grader
at Heppner Junction and U now grad
ing the highway between lone and the
Miss Crystal Roberts and her guests
Misses bertha and Cailie Moore of
Lone Rock are accupying their spare
time in riding and preparing for the
Heppner Rodeo. We hope they will
place Cecil in an honorable position.
Miss Annie Hynd of Rutlerhy Flats
was the guest of Miss Mildred Hen-
riksen of strawberry ranch on Tues
day and Wednesday. Miss Mildred
left on Friday for Car.by to visit
friends for an indennite period.
Alfred Shaw of Butterby Flats was
exploring the beauty spots of the
Land of Promise, namely, Boardman,
on Sunday. Alf returned perfectly
satisfied that there is no place like
Cecil, the oasis of the desert.
Geo. W. Wilson of Buttetrby Flats
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Jesse Deos at The Willows. Geo. ha:
quite recovered from his recent intro
traduction into the Elks order at i
Miss Thelma Miller of Heppner was
the guest of Miss Violet Hynd on '
Sunday. Miss Violet returned to the
county seat for a few dnys visit the
same evening with Miss Thelma.
Mesdames T. H. Lowe and Geo.
Krebs and Misses A. C. Lowe and
Blanche Groshens were visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Portland
who are spending their vacation on
their ranch near the Willows were the
dinner guests of Mrs. Geo. Krebs on
Mrs. Goodwin and sons of Condon
ard Mrs. Leghorn and daughter of
Ai iington were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Krebs at the Last Camp
R. H. Baldock, Division Engineer of
La Grande, accompanied by S. Board
mn of Boardman, made a short stay
tin Cecil on Friday before leaving for
Hay making of second crop of al-
fali'a is about finished and wheat har
vesting is in full awing on all wheat
ranches. Weather much cooler.
Mr. and Mrs. Zenneth Logan of
Boardman were calling on J. W. Os
born and Mrs. Weltha Com best at Ce
cil on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chandler of
Willow Creek ranch were calling on
the Mayor and his wife on Sunday
R. E. Duncan of Busy Bee ranch
was delivering a truck load of his fa
mous honey at the county seat on
Mrs. Geo. A. Miller and ion Elvin
were visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Streeter on Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Hynd and Mrs. Alfred
Shaw were calling on Mrs. Geo. Krebs
CECIL NEWS ITEMS
Joseph W. Kirschner, formerly
county surveyor of this county, was
here yesterday. Mr. Kirschner is
much interested in road work. Mor
row county now has & miles of good
macadam road out of Heppner on
the route toward this city, and will
be doing stiii more as funds are
avail&b.e. Condon Globe-Times.
Anson Wright of Hardman recently
purchased the ranch of Win, Lowen,
ad;oinii,g him, ard the latter has
gone to Spray, where he has pur
chased a larger stock ranch and will
branch out in the business. Mr. Low
en and family have moved onto their
newly acquired property.
Mrs. W. J. Bcamer and children
and Mrs. Mary Reid were outgoir.g
pas.ergers on Wednesday, going to
Seaside, where they w-iil spend the
next three weeks, enjoying the recrea
tion of that fine coast resort. Jeff is !
looking after the chickens while they j
PEACHES FOR SALE-Early Craw
fords, Orange Cang. Muirs and El- ,
berUs. 1,0 ar.d &6. $1.00; fc4, 75, $1.10;
70 and larger. $1.25. Prepaid. Craw
fords and Cirgs are ready now. A.
E. ANDERSON. R. 1. The Dalles. Ore.
ITALIAN PRUNES Ready about
Sent. 1st. A large crop of rir.e qual
ity. Please bring your own contain
ers as usual. Ten-acre orchard. 24
miles north of HermiAton, Ore., E. L
District Attorney Notson, who has
been laid up at his home for a num
ber of weeks pat, is now able to be
about again and hpoes to get back to
the office for work in a day or two.
FOR SALE Eight head common j
stock mi k cows. Call or write R. B.
WILCOX, Lexington, at the "Silo"
ranch, half way between Lexington i
and lone, tf.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek departed 1
the early part of the week for the
coaht, gojrg to Newport where they j
will fpend their vacation season. i
COPPER CARBONATE Farmers,
are requested to leave order. for cop- j
per c&rhonate as soon as possible.!
PEOPLES HARDWARE CO.
6 per cent Loans under Reserve
System on city or farm property. Re
serve Depoc.it Company, 72 Fourth
Street, Portland, Ore. 3m.
D. C. Wells, insurance and real es
tate dealer of Pendleton, was in the
city on business for a short time on
FOR SALE One Baby Holt Com
bine, 14-ft, cut; in good running or
der. Mrs. Nettie L, Mason Lundy, lone,
CLEAN RAGS WANTED We will
pay 10c per pound fur clean rags. Lat
ourell Auto Co., Heppner.
Frank Winnard, of Park Place,
Hood River county, is in Heppner
Money to loan. Box 416, Heppner,
The writer was the dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chandler of Wil- ;
low Creek ranch during the week and j
while there was conducted over the
ranch, and among other things found (
one peach tree laden with fruit and j
on one branch fourteen inches long
the writer counted sixty-seven peach
es. Mr. W. H. believes in trying a
little of everything. He expects one
hundred sacks of onions from his on
ion patch and his potatoes are yield-
ir.g well. His thousand white Leg
horn chickens are a sight to see.
Dr. Walker of lone was called to
Seldomseen ranch near Cecil on Sat
urday to attend to Mr. Henry Sten
der who had the misfortune to fall
from a weeder onto a hoe which
caused a severe wound on his face.
The wound required seven stitches
and at time of writing we are glad
to learn Mr. Stender is improving
Dwight Misner of Daybreak ranch
was first to bring wheat into Minor
A Hynd's warehouse at Cecil this
year. His first load of Eearly Baart
was delivered July 30th. Last year
Dwight was also first to deliver wheat
at Cecil warehouse on Aug. luth.
Mrs. Geo. Noble of Rhea Siding,
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. S.
P. Wright, of Tulsa, OkUu, were call
ing in Cecil on Thursday. These la-
diea are leaving for a trip by auto to
Reduced Prices on
The UNIVERSITY of OREGON
The College of Literature, Science
and the Arts with 22 departments.
The professional schools of Archi
tecture and Allied Arts Business
Administration Education Grad
uate Study Journalism Law
Medicine Music Physical Edu
cation Sociology Extension.
for o ralaloiut or ontf information
arriU Tht Rejftrar. UnlOtriitp of
Orefon. Eulene. Ojon.
The 48tk Yef Opens September 25. 1923
NEW WHEAT WANTED
Get Our Prices Before Selling
New Wheat for Your Chickens
Mill Run for Your Cow
Flour for Your Home
BROWN & L0WRY
Come in and look
over our new location :
in the Odd Fellows
Building, where you j
will find one of the '
best equipped dining
rooms in Eastern Ore
gon. And when you have
inspected the front,
come back and take a
look at our sanitary
You will be able to
get quick service at
our lunch counter.
ED. CHINN, Prop.
Protects the Operator
From Copper Car
Does its own feeding of pow
der. Takes grain right from Mill;
saving all handling.
Is built to last
Professor Barss, Prant Path
ologist O. A. C, went into the
work of the machine thorough
ly before making trte following
open r-mmendatton to the
farmers of the Northwest, in
which he said:
"I have compared wheat
treated by the Calkins machine
with seed treated in our lab
oratory, seed which we treated
as thoroughly as it was possi
ble to apply the dust and the
wheat from your machine
proved to be as thoroughly
coated as it is possible to coat
the grain, and yet without an
excess which shows that the
machine is efficient, I am glad
to recommend this machine."
Orders are being placed at
Spokane for deliveries into ev
ery state in the Northwest.
of the efficiency,
and durability of
this machine it is in the great
est demand. Tho the capacity
for manufacture is great it is
evident that it will be overtax
ed. THEREFORE ORDER NOW
IN YOLK OWN INTEREST.
Write direct to the
Calkins Machine Co.,
Spokane, Washington, or
RALPH FIN LEY,
Salesman for Morrow and
Place Your Order
THERE IS NO HOPE FOR LOWER
PRICES THIS YEAR, AND THERE
MAY BE A SHORTAGE LATER,
Take No Chances
To insure the health and comfort of your
self and family next winter, you should place
your fuel order during the present month
to enable us to make early delivery before
the rush season is on.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
FUEL AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Tum-A-Lum - Tum-A-Lump
HEPPNER LEXINGTON I0NE
at th Laat Camp on Sunday.
J. J. McEntir and ehl'ran from
Killarney w.r looking up their Ceil
frienda on Sunday.
Wm. Hird, from hli ranch at Eight
Mile, mraa calling on J. W. Oaborn on
Edwin A. Fanihiera it Four Mile
wai a Cecil viiitor on Friday.
J. W. Osborn maa doing buaineaa in
Arlington on Wednesday.
A. M. EDWARDS
WELL DRILLER, Box 11, Ix?xington, Ore.
1 Up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for all sizes of hole
2 and depths. Write for contract and terms. Can furnish you 5
1 CHALLENGE SELF-OILING WINDMILL
s all steel. Light Running, Simple, Strong, Durable.
We are pleased to advise all Ford owners
that we can furnish cylinder assemblies com
plete for $53 and storage batteries for $18.
These cylinder assmblies are the block
assembled complete with crank shaft, cam
shaft, pistons, valves, etc., ready to put in
your Ford car or truck.
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
Authorized Ford and Fordson
Sales and Service
HEPPNER AND BOARDMAN
THE PEOPLES CASH MARKET
carries a full stock of the finest fresh and
cured meats. Special effort is made to
give you just what you want and you are
assured that it is the best the market af
fords. Nice stock of lunch meats boiled ham,
minced ham, bolonga, corned beef, etc.
Come in and look over our sanitary
Peoples Cash Market
HENRY SCHWARZ, Prop.
I RUN MY OWN DELIVERY AND
ASSURE YOU PROMPT SERVICE
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.
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
WHAT EVERY SUCCESSFUL
The man who has worked for his accumulations; the man
with responsibilities of success, he knows the necessity and
full value of established relations with a first class banking or
ganization. Financing any business to success, whether it be mercan
tile, industrial or agricultural, is a job which requires courage.
But most important of all is to have an established credit and
a friendly business relationship with bankers of proven ability;
men of vision who know their own success can be only in pro
portion to yours.
No matter what your work may be you are striving for
success. Start today to establish your credit. This bank can
assist you. Carnegie's great fortune started in a small saving
account while he was delivering telegrams as a tiny lad in
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL PRICE ON
, QUANTITY LIMITED
GET YOUR'S TODAY
G. B. SWAGGART
YOUR PATRONAGE WE SOLICIT
Thursday and Friday, August 1 6 and 1 7
MARY MILES MINTER & TOM MOORE
"THE COWBOY AND THE LADY"
A western romance where cowboys rode
motorcycles instead of bronchos.
14th episode of "Speed" Topics of the Day.
Aesop's Fable, "Brewing Trouble"
Saturday, August 1 8
MARY WYNN and JACK LIVINGSTONE
"THE RANGE PATROL"
A story of the great northwest, made
Two-reel Comedy, "The Matinee Idol"
Sunday and Monday, August 1 9 and 20
WILLIAM S. HART
"THREE WORD BRAND"
The many admirers of Wm. S. Hart will be
glad to see him again in this picture
Andy and Min Gump in "The Broilers."
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 2 1 -22
"COLLEEN OF THE PINES"
Drama of the Canadian Northwest.
Second Round "FIGHTING BLOOD"
Remember, this is not a serial ; every round
is a complete stroy.