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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1923.
C. MelvilU haa got. to California
to sea if ha can find a auitabla loca
tion. Mr. Melville'a family will re
main In Echo during the winter at
tha children are attending achool
hare. Echo News. Mr. Melville ha
leased hit extensive land holdings In
the Alpine section to J. E. Gillespie,
who with his sons will run the place
for a period of years.
Adam Blahm and wife spent several
daya the past week visiting with rel
atives at Walla Walla. Mr. Blahm
thinks Walla Walla a mighty fin lit
tle city, and while he heard a lot of
complaint because of low prices for
farm products, yet the people there
are fairly prosperous and enjoying
life. Crops were very abundant In
that section the past aeason.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Frye re
turned from Portland the end of the
week, where they had been selecting
a fine stock of electrical goods and
fixtures. These are now on display in
the room at the Sigsbee Studio, where
Mr. Frye will be located in his new
line of business. See his advertise
ment In this issue.
Mrs. Arthur McAtee is at St. An
thony's hospital in Pendleton where
she was taken on Friday for an oper
ation for appendicitis. While in a
very serious condition when she left
Ileppner, Mrs. McAtee stood the op
crution well and is reported to be
getting along nicely.
Attorney Sam K. Van Vector came
up from The Dalles on Sunday to be
present at the opening sessions of
circuit court, and to appear in a num
ber of cases in which he is Interested
as counsel. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Van V actor, who enjoyed a visit
among friends here.
Bert Stone was taken to the Hepp
ner Surgical hospital on Saturday
last and underwent an operation for
appendicitis, and also for hernia from
which he had suffered since a child
of eigl't years. Mr. Stone is report
ed to be getting along fine by hii at
Miss Audra Grogan, teacher of the
Blackhorse school was in Heppner
Saturday. Miss Grogan announces a
pie social and dance to be given in
the bam on the Bell ranch in Blaek
horse next Saturday night, the pro
ceeds to be applied to needs of her
David Hynd returned the last of
the week from a visit of several days
in Portland. He also had a visit at
the home of his sister, Mrs. Geo. W.
Doney, who with her husband resides
at North Yamhilll, Oregon, where they
are engaged in the fruit raising bust
ness. Judge Gilbert W. Phelps arrived
from Pendleton on Sunday evening,
coming over to Heppner to preside at
the December term of the circuit
court. Mrs. Phelps accompanied her
husband and is enjoying a visit with
former friends and acquaintances.
Relf Brown, who Is one of the main
supports of the Ed Neill ranch on
Butter creek, was in the city Mon
day. Mr. Brown states that the range
conditions were never finer out that
way thaa they are this fall, and
sheep are in splendid condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Tindal Robisoa spent
several days In the city the past
week. Mrs. Robisoa was a member of
the grand jury and waa retained in
the city on official business. They
returned to their Eight Mile home
the first of the week.
i. 8. Beckwith of Pendleton, for so
many years tha faithful Umatilla r
Morrow county court reporter, is In
the city this week, filling his accus
tomed place at the desk in the court
house during the sessions of the De
Gilbert Coata waa down from Hard
man on Tuesday, where he states they
have been enjoying a fine fall aeason.
Of late there has been some indica
tions of winter, however, as some
snow haa fallen on the foothills.
Lon Markham was down from his
home at Free water for a day or two
the first of the week. Mr. Markham
still has land Interests In Morrow
county, where he and his family re
sided for many years.
Mr. and Mrs, J. 0. Turner of Swag
fart Buttes, spent Friday and Satur
day In Heppner. They were accom
panied by Miss Bernice Spencer of
Echo, who is a guest for a few weeks
at the Turner home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Schmidt of
north Sand Hollow were in Heppner
Monday. Mr. Schmidt appeared be
fore the circuit court In an examina
tion for his final citizenship papers.
Miss Pearl Hall, who was visiting
with her sister, Mrs. Earl Gordon, was
called to her home at Heppner Sun
day by the Illness of her mother.
Roger Morae, county agent, was
called to Vancouver, Wash., on Sat
urday in answer to a message an
nouncing the aerious illness of his
Mrs. Missouri Jordan, early pioneer
resident of lone, was in Heppner on
Monday, being called to the city to
attend to some business affairs.
Attorney K. H. Robinson of lone
was in the city the first of the week
having some business on the docket
in the circuit court.
Mr. and Mrs. French Burroughs of
Jordaa Siding were shopping la Hepp
ner oa Monday, and looking after
( business matters here.
I E. A. Kelly, who la running the Joe
Devine farm, north of Lexington, was
a visitor in Heppner on Saturday,
( Mat II a Worsen, extensive rancher
of lone, waa here on Tuesday looking
after buainess affaire.
Wanted to Rent. A Piano. Address
Box 212. C. L. Gillilan.
For Christmas trees, call Main 975.
It b t winter plague which
claims thousands every season.
will strengthen you against
Grippe, and if you have At
had it, Scott' t will re- C3k
store your strength faster Til
. than any other medicine, ajk
Scotfs is Just Blood-Food
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OF COUNTY COURT
County court met in regular session
at Court House in Heppner, Oregon,
with all members present on Wednes
day, December 6, 1923. When the
following proceedings were had, to
Court approved, continued or re
jected the various claims presented
against the County as per notations
on the face of each claim.
Court canvassed the result of the
vote in Road District No. 1 for spec
ial tax levy of 6 mills and found the
result to be 19 votes to none in favor
of said tax.
Court canvassed the result of the
vote in road district No. 2 for spec
ial tax levy of 8 mills and found the
result to be 24 votes in favor of said
tax and 13 votes against.
Court ordered the balance of Bond
money to be transferred to General
Road Fund for the credit of Heppntr
Hardman Bond Fund.
The assessor was instructed to ex
tend on the tax roll for the coming
year the Fire Patrol tax as submitted
by the State Forester.
An agreement was entered into
with the City of Heppner for the use
of the County Jail for city prisoners
for a period of one year upon pay
ment by the city of the sum of $1.00.
The following bills were ordered
R. W. Morae, Rodent $ 320.00
Geo. McDuffee, Prohibition.... 320.00
Eddie Chidsey, Market ... 28.30
Gladdis & Dixon, Market 204.30
Give yourself a treat ! Get into an w
Overland Sedan and "step on it"!
The sensation of pouter is wonder
fuL The bigger new engine maket
you master of traffic and hills!
And the Triplex springs (Patented)
give the road comfort of a long,
heavy car. Before buying any car,
find out how much better you will
like an Overland. The price has
just been reduced. Ask us for a
Cohn Auto Co.
Contracted Cold at a
Billy Sunday Revival
Developed Into Systemic Catarrh
Mr. A. R Wilson,
The letter written a short time ago
by Mr. A. R. Wll.on of UFollttte.
Tenn., brlngt some more direct evi
dence of the value of Pe-ru-n In the
treatment of catarrhal diseases.
It reads as follows : "While attend
ing Billy Sunday'a great revival at
Knoxville, Tenn., lait February I con
tracted a cold which weakened my en
tire system. I have taken only three
bottles of Pe-ru-na and feel like a
new man, It Is a great system builder
at well as a great catarrh remedy.1'
To attempt to even estimate the
thousands who, In the last half cen
hirv. have enme to know and anore-
ciatc the merits of Pe-ru-na would be
worie than useless. The number is
astonishing and increasing dally.
Your snnit daaler has Pe-ru-na
la both tablet and liquid form. Insist
upon having ra-ru-na, tha original
F. O. B.
Lower Priced Than Ever Before
THE many desirable qualities inherent in the
Fordor Sedan commend this car to the considera
tion of every discriminating motorist.
When, in connection with these qualities, the low
price of the car is considered, the value of the Fordor
Sedan becomes unique. In it you obtain, at the lowest
possible cost a car of snug comfort, good appearance,
and high utility.
Its convenient operation, dependable performance, and
long life are well known. The style of its appearance,
the attractive comfort of its interior, are exactly in
line with the present-day demand.
Yon can buy this car (Aroaj iht ford Warafy Purchau Plan
LAT0URELL AUTO CO.
P.opl.i Hanlwar Co, Mark.t 1.70
R. Moon, Market J4.70
E. Bucknum, Market 7.06
Con Adkini. Market 12 30
J. W. Kirsehner, Roada 107.30
W. O. B.yltn, Roads 32.00
Loui. Pyla, Dist. 12 10.00
Roy Stamp, HHB 4.66
A. O. Devin, HHB 4.66
Tum-A-Lom, HHB 446
State Aeci. Com., HHB 7.18
1st Nat. Bank, Roads 6,753.32
F. ft S. Nat. Bank, Roads 226.69
Bank of lone, Roads 326.31
O.-W. R. N. Co., HHB 86.10
Inland Empire Bank, Special 1 133.88
Alex Warren. No. 2 1.49
Sherman Shaw, HHB 1.60
Heppner Transfer, HHB ... 2.4
E. L. Berry, Gen. Road 20.60
Howard Cooper, HHB 808.28
E. 1. Keller, No. 8 1.76
Standard Oil Co., HHB, No. 12 406.60
Gordon ft Fink, HHB 22.76
Gilliam Bisbee, HHB 161.80
R. H. Lane, HHB 12.88
Watt Powder Co., HHB 648.40
Dan Hanshew, No. 16 2.24
C. B. Oral, Sealer - 6.70
L. S. Shurte, Library 11.66
W. W. Smead, Clerk .. 22.60
W. L. McCaleb, Gen. Road 166.66
Daisy Becket, Wid. Pen 17.60
Sadie More, Wid. Pen. 17.50
Haiel Logan, Wid. Pen 10.00
Rebecca Knight, Wid. Pen. .... 32.50
Amy McFerrin, Wid. Pen. 17.50
Lydia Ritchie, Wid. Pen 17.50
F. 1. Gordon, Poor 26.00
Ida Fletcher, Poor 15.00
Jess Kirk, Poor 30.00
Andy Cook, Poor 30.00
L. P. Davidson, County Court 18.50
R. L. Benge, County Court 10.00
Leach Broe., Election 6.00
Peoples Hdwe. Co., Election.... 18.25
Pac. Tel. a Tel. Co., Cur. Ex. 42.61
M. L. Case, Coroner 88.70
Chae. Vaughn, Coroner 16.00
Gilliam ft Bisbee, Ct. House 26.73
Heppner L. 4 W. Co., Ct. Hse. 45.47
Humphreys Drug Co., Gen. Rd. 1.82
C. V. Hopper, Gen. Road 7.10
M. R. Fell, Gen. Road 6.96
Heppner Elevator Co., Gen.
Ida Dexter, No. 16
1. T. Kirk, No. 16
G. W. Kirk, No. 20 .
Mrs. C. W. McNamer, Supt
Mrs. L. 8. Shurte, Supt
A. L. Cornett, Justice Ct.
Geo. McDuffee, Cir. Ct., et al.
Irwin Hodion Co, Office
Glaaa ft Prudhomme, Tax
Iona Independent, Tax Com.
Heppner Herald, Tax Com
Tha Gazette-Times, Tax Com.
S. E. Notson, Dist. Atty
Kilham Sty. Co, Office
Reduced Prices on
Electrical Gifts For Xmas
Heppner's newest enterprise is a wide
awake electrical and radio store.
The new Zenith Washer and other popular
makes. Curling Irons, Toasters, Waffle
Irons and all new appliances.
Ask for a demonstration of the new 3000
mile radio set with indoor aerial and dry
battery tubes. Other sets from $10.00 up.
MAURICE A. FRYE
Everything Electrical Phone 472
Demonstrator Is Here
The 1924 STUDEBA-
KER is here, and I will
be pleased to give dem
onstrations at any time.
Call, write or phone.
KARL L. BEACH
The Gazette-Times Is Morrow County's Newspaper
Be Happy-Make Your Men Happy
Give wisely. Give men practical things-they fit a real
need-and you get real thanks. This is a man's store ca
tering to men's needs in the way men like. When you,
buy here they know it's all right. Good merchandise, in,
style, reasonably priced, intelligently sold. Exchanges
arranged gladly. 1
We still have a good
assortment, for men and
young men, in a variety
of models and fabrics.
25 to $40
David A. Wilson
See the Latest Thing in Electric Washers
The New MAYTAG
Capacity 50 lbs. family clothes per hour.
Also Practical Gifts for Christmas. Call
and Look Around.
Peoples Hardware Co.
liiimg i ax mmm
Best Materials Best Workmanship
Best Styles at the Lowest
Choose Your Bank Wisely,
It Is Important to You
OUR present need for bank
service may not be great.
However small your deposits
nowadays, consider what may
You may sometime need exceptional
bank service, important help or com
petent advice. Here, you can depend
upon us to perform all services well and
unusual services willingly.
WTiat our present customers like in
our service, you will like.
Firt National Bank
treatment for catarrh.