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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1924.
CECIL Iffi HEMS
Where 18 Were Killed and 100 Injured by Explosion
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oik A fur hoor on FriiT
U mi1. Hir to l'y buiinoss trip
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thr vlt pt-.--w; are lookirif food
t mM in rrt pf th county
Aritrnr Torrrr trd H. J. Strtr aw
). 'r.lt,f J. W 0.m to 'ow up mors
la 1.4 on l,i vinous ranches around
Al. T'o'-it-"" of :.rr;dif" ranch
V. riturnfii fr.-m hh pfcrrd's Sprir.frs
f-))T.g ir.uch hl!tr and more lik
,.w.., Al im wrJine his snare
t n.i caiim on all 'ick ncifrnbora.
We ars glad to r.r tit W. G. Pal
n,ir nd farolij: of W indynook art
now imr.rt.vine quick .y from thir re
Gi-ne Periland of Hepr'r arrirtd
at The Fheplierd'i Rft d'irinf the
week. "liar.k." the rook. is still 'iv
.r,i K.i r,o intention of leaving his
men hungry, ever, if K. A. I. Brings
the whole town of Heppner to The
Shepherd's Rest to be fed.
Mrs. Vetviiie I-opsn ho has beer,
visiting in Tortand for several
month retimed to her home at The
Willows on Friday. Mrs. M. L. was
eccompaniod ly her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden
R. E. Pur.can of Busy Bee ranch
has not been stew in Cecil since his
fine, ducks arrived from Iowa. We do
hope that R. E. has not sunk to the
bottom of Willow creek for the last
time while teaching the ducks to
E'ma Tyler of Rhea Siding is vis
itinp his pal Noel Streeter and "a
grand and glorious time" they are
having. What they dont know about
Cecil when their visit is over, won't
be worth knowing at any price.
W. A. Thomas of Dotheboys Hill
spent Fridav at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Chandler at Willow Creek
ranch, and was much interested in all
the latest improvements which W. H.
has put up on his ranch.
Cecil Ahalt, who has been residing
in Los Aneeies for some months, ar
rived in Cecil on Wednesday and in- j
tends spending nis vacation yisiung
friends in Morrow county.
Frank Connor and Geo. and Char
lie Chandler and lady friends repre
sented Cecil at the dance held in
Eight Mile school on Sunday evening.
Clifford Henriksen of the Moore
ranch spent a few hours at the home
of his brother Oral at Ewing on Tues
day before leaving for Arlington.
Mrs. Haiel Logan of Four Mile was
called to ione on Wednesday through
the illness of her daughter, Miss Es
ter, etuaent of lone High school.
All spring work is going ahead
around Cecil. Nearly all gardens are
planted. A heavy frost struck Cecil
vicinity on March 8.
E. W. Erickson of Grass Valley and
Jackie Hynd of Heppner were the
guests of the Cecil Mayor on Sunday
at Butterby Flats.
Mr. Lnd Mrs. Geo. Erebs and twin
boys of The Last Camp left on Friday
for Tortiand where they will visit for
a few daa,
Ar:hdoaeon Goldie of Cove expects
to hold evening service in Cecil hall
on March 16, at 7:30. Everyone welcome.
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Scene ot th temftc blast in nitrate plant at Nixon. N. J., where war materials were being: sat
Taged to make fertiliser. Tht shock of the explosion was felt in New York City and for a distance of
C. Henriksen and son Geortre of
Strawberry ranch were doing business
ness in Four Mile on Monday.
Miss Violet Hynd, student of Hepp
ner Hifh school, spent the week-end
"down on the farm at Cecil.
Krcbs Bros, are busy shipping sev
eral cars of wheat from Minor A
Hynd's warehouse at Cecil.
V.'kker Pope of Cecil was calling in
lone on Wednesday.
W. H. Chandler of Willow Creek
ranch was doing the sights of the Egg
City on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, P. Cline snd son Floyd
of Cecil were visiting in Arlnigton on
Herman Havercost of The Willows
was visiting friends in Four Mile on
m'W&toUafa? iff i. ViCL-"
We take orders for fiowersr any
time of the year and forward all such
orders direct to city florists to be
filled at market prices from such
flowers as are available and of course
have to take such flowers as are to be
had at the prevailing prices. We
charge our patrons no commission;
only phone, mail, express and cartage
as the case may be. Often we can
phone several orders at once and
bunch expenses and cartage as veil
as boxing charges with quite a saving
to our patron. But we do not quote
definite prices on flowers as we can
not foretell exact market conditions.
Your orders always given our care
ful attention and we believe we usual
ly save our patrons some expense.
Yours for courteous service,
CASE FURNITURE CO.
Boy Missing; Parents
Anxious to Find Him
Kenneth Peterson, 1-4 years old, af
ter expressing a wish to go out and
"see something of the world," actu
ally left Portland on Friday, February
29th, and was last seen at The Dalles
One man was told by the 'boy that
he intended to go to Pendleton, and
he told another that he intended to go
to Bend, expressing discouragement
and readiness to go home. His par
enta, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peterson, 190
Fourteenth Street, have not heard
from him since he was seen by the
agent at The Palles station Saturday.
March 1st, and are worried and anx
ious to learn his whereabouts. If any
one knows of the whereabouts ct this
boy the parenta will appreciate their
communicating with them at once by
wire at their expense.
He left Portland In company with
Albert Butler, age 16, and this boy
is very noticeable on account of a
large scar on his right jaw; however,
they may have parted company.
Kenneth Peterson wore a light
green coat and had a green flannel
shirt and a light striped shirt, either
of which he may be wearing, cordu
roy breeches, puttees and black shoes
and a light cap. He has blue eyes,
light brown hair and a fair complex
ion; is five feet five inches tall and
weighs HO pounds.
FISH EACH DAY.
The Peoples Cash Market anaounc
et that during the lenton season they
will receive each day a supply of
fresh fish of many kinds; the mar
ket is also supplied with salt and
smoked fish at all times and all wants
in this line wiU be met. In fact,
there is little in this line that can
not be had at this market and we wel
come and appreciate your patronage.
HENRY SCHWARZ, Prop.
At the Lieuallen sale, advertised
for Wednesday, March lit, Mr. Lieu
allen will offer, besides the many ar
ticlea appearing in the advertisement
on another page In this issue, one
Acme header and one Dee ring mow
er. If in need of machines of this
character you will have a chance to
get good bargains. Look up the sale
WILLING WORKERS MEET.
The Willing Workers of the Chris
tian Church will meet in the church
parlora on Friday atte.-noon at 2
o'clock. Work will Sc provided fur
all In attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buschke and Miss
Alma J)evin drove over to Pendleton
on Friday and visited with friends for
a couple of days. They returned home
Former Sen. Geo. E. Chamber
lain, with Paul Howland, haa been
retained by Att'y-Gen. Daugherty
as defense counsel in the Senate
Gilliam & Bisbee's
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The most modern and scien
tific instruments used in the
diagnosis of eye trouble.
Office Phone Main 1164
Residence East 8206
Evenings and Sunday by
Dr. Arthur J. King:
327 Morgan Bldg. (Broadway
Now is the time to be warming it up for;
BASEBALL DAYS ARE HERE
We carry all equipment for the national
game in Reach, Spaulding and Wright &
Ditson all standard goods. .
Fielders' Tips, Catchers' Mits, Baseballs,
Bats, Masks. Also Pads and Tape.
Everything at Reasonable Prices
Humphreys Drug Co.
Are You Making
Some people think that because Willard Bat
teries are quality batteries, they must be
expensive. That's wrong! You can buy a
genuine Willard Wood-Insulated Battery
with Willard reliability for $17.55.
This battery is the lowest-priced reliable
battery you can buy.
30x3 Yt ROYAL CORD TIRES $13.25
OTHER CORDS AS LOW AS $9.75
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
A car of Poultry Sup
plies just arrived. Any
thing and everything for
Lots of mill feed and
Dr. Hess' stock tonic for
your live fctnek.
Sheep dip and lice exter
minator and other reme
dies for livestock and poul
try. Our spring stock of sin
gle trees, lead bars, wag
on tongues, plain beams,
handles, clevises, etc., just
Gilliam & Bisbee
We have it, will get it or
it is not nude.
AT THE HUGHES PLACE, 2 MILES SOUTH OF HEPPNER
Wednesday, March 19
12 HORSES 12
1 fepan grey horses, & years
weight about 1400 each.
1 Span grey horses, 4 and 8 years
old, weight about 1300 each.
1 Span bay horses, 5 and 8 years old
weight about 1200 each.
1 Span sorrel horses, 4 and 5 years
old, weight about 1000 each.
1 Sorrel horse, 12 years, wgt. 1000.
1 Kid's saddle pony, 9, wgt. 600.
1 Milk cow, due fresh.
1 Cow, with calf one month old.
Two Cows. 1 Steer, 1 year old.
Two Heifers, 1 year old.
One Calf, 4 months old.
6 Sows with 30 pigs. Yearling boar
1 3-disc harrow. I Covered hack.
1 Single buggy. 2 3-inch wagons
with header boxes.
1 3'2-inch wagon with rack.
1 Double disc. 1 Drill.
1 Iron-wheeled wagon with hay
rack. 1 2-bottom, 16-inch John
3 Sets leather harness. Vt sets
chain harness. 1 set double
Sale Starts Promptly at 1:30 P. M.
TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $20.00 and under, cash. Sums over
$20.00, secured notes due October 1st, 1921. 5 per cent discount for cash
on all sums over $20.00.
" " "
Frank Lieullen - Owner
ED. KELLER, Auctioneer
Cash & Carry Store
YOUR CHOICE FOR
20c Per Can
STRAWBERRIES - SLICED PEACHES
APPLE BUTTER - SALMON
TOMATOES - PEAS - HOMINY
SAURKRAUT - SWEET POTATOES
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
LOOK FOR THIS LABEL
A BIG NAME IN CLOTHES .
Styleplus no better designing at any
price tailored for style, plus all-wool fabrics,
guaranteed to wear popular prices.
Style at its best plus.
The Styleplus all-wool fabrics are from
the standard looms. The weaves and pat
terns are distinctive, fashionable.
Styleplus Clothes are in a class by them
selves. Bought every, season by thousands
and thousands of men and young men who
seek style and demand value.
"AMERICA'S FOREMOST STLYE
LINE AT POPULAR PRICES"
David A. Wilson
A Man's Store For Men
1 Entertainment 1
i For Heppner P. T. A. i
I Star Theater
1 Wednesday, larch 19th I
vrcLEVELAND & B0YER2EE
f DANCES FROM OLD IRELAND g
1 STEELE & CHRIST I
H "THE REALM MUSICAL"
I KIMOKA & PEGGERD
U in "MYSTERIES OF THE MIND"
1 MISSILDINE'S PLAYERS 1
U Present "IN THE OLD LOG SCHOOL"
I L A' MATHER & CQMPANY I
THE YALE QUARTETTE
5 Mixed Voices. Blending in Perfect Harmony EE
1 PICTURE 1
"THE FLYING DUTCHMAN"
, From Wagner's Opera of Same Name. e
1 ADMISSION - - - - 30 AND 50 CENTS jj
The quesiton in the Graham home was whether
it was to be TH-rift or D-rift. The vote was for
TH-rift after Mrs. G. presented it thusly:
"Are we content to drift along with no prepara
tion for the future?
"Or, are we thriftly going to save money for the
"A bank account will help us meet possible mis
fortune without a qualm.
"And when opportunity knocks it will make it
possible for us to take full advantage.
"Now what do you say, shall it be thrift or
' This bank helps people save by paying 4 percent
irrterest on saving accounts. Start yours today.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bai)k Oron
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH 13-11
MARION DAVIES in
"ADAM AND EVE" "
EDNA MURPHY in
"HER DANGEROUS PATH"
Also PATHE NEWS WEEKLY
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
WALLY VAN and PATSY RUTH in
"THE DRIVING FOOL"
The best racing picture you ever saw. Also
"GIRLS AND RECORDS"
Grantland Rice's "SPORTLIGHT" series.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 16-17
BETTY COMPSON in
"THE WHITE FLOWERS"
Comedy "THE WHOLE TRUTH"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
For Heppner P. T. A.
High Class Vaudeville Acts and Musical
' "THE FLYING DUTCHMAN"
Admission 30 and 50. Cents -