The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, May 15, 1924, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1924.
PAGE FIVE
Tha editor and leveral members of
th family drove over to Pendleton
Tueidav and apent the day. It wai
noted that the drouth hai hit that
ection very hard, thii being espe
cially true of the light land country,
and crope are completely shriveled
up in much of the territory from
Butter creek to Echo and then on to
Pendleton. Frost also did damage
to the crops in the heavier land dis
tricts and altogether there is a very
poor prospect for our neighboring
eounty. The business conditions are
being largely affected by this condi
tion and much complaint was heard.
Albert Adklns, manager of Tum-A-Lum
Lumber company in this city,
drove to Walla Walla on Friday to
look after business matters. He
states the people of that section are
complaining because of lack of rain,
and the frosts have done very ser
ious damage to both fruit and grain
crops, He noted a lot of mighty fine
grain growing along the road in both
Umatilla and Walla Walla counties,
however.
Theo. Anderson, who was In town
on Wednesday, states that the dry
weather has not affected the grain
very materially in that part of the
county yet, but each day the coming
of rain is delayed is. making the sit
uation more precarious. As a matter
of fact, thousands of acres of grain
in this county are now beyond any
help and there is a prospect of an
exceedingly light harvest.
Shelly Baldwin has moved to Hepp
ner from the Whetstone ranch near
Lexington and his family occupy the
residence recently vacs ted by Alva
Jones and family. Mr. Baldwin has
taken a place in the store of Peoples
Hardware company, beginning work
there this week.
Rev. P. J. O'Rourke of St. Peter's
Catholic church left last Friday
morning for Pasadena, where he will
remain one year in an endeavor to
recover his health, it was announced.
Rev. O'Rourke's place will be taken
by Rev. A. M. Skeliy of Portland tem
porarily. The Dalles Optimist
We have just received a shipment
of Spokane Draper Company's har
vesting machinery drapers. The best
draper made. Come in and see them.
PEOPLES HARDWARE COMPANY.
Mrs. W. C. Cox and children from
Heppner, spent Saturday in Hermis
ton visiting the Ward and Payne
families. Hermistun Herald.
Remember we are selling hardwood
at 10c a board foot. PEOPLES HARD
WARE COMPANY.
ably on all the eitisena and would
permit those able to make larger
gifts to do so.
It is expected that the gifts of al
umni who live in Eugene and other
Eugene citisens will bring the total
contribution of Lane county to a
much greater figure than (500,000.
Students on the campus have already
subscribed $ J 19,000 to build a Student
Union as their part of the Gift Campaign.
The auditorium which Is to be pre
sented to the University by the peo
ple of Eugene will be large enough
to care for the needs of the Univer
sity for many years to come. It will
occupy the central place in the new
building scheme directly behind the
War Memorial court. It is one of the
buildings most urgently needed by
the University as there is now no
place on the campus where all the
students and faculty can gather together.
The auditorium will be a structure
1&0 by 200 feet, designed to seat
approximately 5000. It will be ap
proached through a colonade tower
ing above the Memorial Court, thru
the Memorial Rotunda which will be
a hall of records of Oregon's service
in the World War.
Sinnott Irrigation
Amendment Granted
Washington. April 29. (Special.)
Plans and estimates for the Des
chutes irrigation project will be sub-
it ted at the next regular session
of congress, if a bill amended upon
the motion of Congressman N. J.
Sinnott of Oregon, is passed by the
house irrigation committee, it was
learned today.
Congressman Sinnott appeared be
fore the committee this morning and
sked for an amendment of the sen
ate bill calling for plans and specifi
cations of the Casper Alcova irriga
tion project in Wyoming, to include
the Deschutes project in Oregon. The
amendment was grafted.
The bill provides for the submis
sion by the secretary of the interior
at the next regular session of con
gress, of the plans and estimates for
the Wyoming and Deschutes projects,
the latter being a house amendment,
under the Sinnott proposal, to the
senate bill.
AI Smith's Manager
CECIL H ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ball of lone,
Mr. W. P. Mshoncy of Heppner, also
Cecil Lieuallen end Elvin Schafer,
were the dinner 'euents at Butterby
Flata, the home of Jack Hynd.
Mr. and Mn. Crabtree and family.
Mr. and Mm. Wld Palmsteer of Win
dynook, and Jim Hardmty of Morgan
were all calling on Mr. and Mri.
Streeter on Saturday.
Mr. and Mre. C. Davidson of Cove
Orchard arrived at Willow Crerk
ranch on Saturday and will visit
with Mr. and Mre. W. H. Chandler
for aome time.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Franklin and
daughter who have been visiting in
and around Cecil for lome time, left
for their home in Amo, Nevada, on
Wedneiday.
Mr. Nina Griswold, who ha, been
at The Last Camp for aome weeks,
left on the local for Portland on
Thuraday.
Jack Hvnd of Butterby Flata re
turned home on Thuraday after
pending a few daya at the county
at
Mr. and Mra. Peter Henrikaon of
Walla Walla, Wash., visited at the
Strawberry ranch on Wedneiday.
Min Eleanor Furney of Astoria ar
rived in Cecil on Monday and will
visit friends for aome time.
nsj.. iea inx iirnv liWTint
One band of sheep belonging to
Hynd Ilros. left Butterby Flata on
Saturday for Freetoout.
Cecil school closed on Friday. The
children enjoyed an all-day picnic
on the achool grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Currey, editors
of the Arlington Bulletin were Cecil
callers on Sunday.
Henry Krebs of The Last Camp
waa a business visitor in Pendleton
on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Krebs of The
Last Camp were county scat visitors
on Tuesday.
R. L. Smith, grain buyer of Arling
ton, waa a business caller in Cecil
on Monday.
Martin Bauernfiend, the car doctor
of Morgan, was called to Cecil on
Saturday.
Albert Macomber and friends of
Boardman were Cecil callera on Fri
day. Frank Connor and Robert Lowe
were Cecil callers In lone on Sunday.
Elmer Cool of Athlone Cottage
passed through Cecil on Sunday.
Franklin Ely of Morgan was taking
in the sights of Cecil on Sunday.
Oscar Lundell of Rhea was calling
in Arlington on Thursday.,
J?aJSaie"Wy. m
, '
Franklin D.r Roosevelt, Demo
cratic vice-presidential candidate
in 1919, has taken active manage
ment of Gov Al Smith's pre-con-vention
campaign for the Demo
cratic Presidential nomination.
J I ILL,,
Eugene Bond Issue To
Provide Auditorium
University of Oregon, Eugene, May
14,(Speclal.) At a special session
the City Council of Eugene passed
a resolution to call an election on
July 2 to submit to the people a bond
Issue of JBOO.ono to duiio an auunur
lum for the University of Oregon
Tho petition calling for such action
was prosented by a committee of the
cllv'a leading business men headed
by Frank L. Chambers, Eugene
chairman of the Gift Cnmpulgn. The
committee decided that Eugene could
best bear Its part In tho ,5,000,000
Gift Campaign through a bond Issue
which would place the amount cqult-
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SHIM WAT IS ENDORSED.
To th Republican VoUra of Mor
row County:
Mr. A. R. Shumway of Hilton, Ore-
fon, la a candidal lor tho Joint rep-
re tentative of Morrow and Umatilla
counties to tho itato legislature, aub
ject to tho wishes of tho Republican
voters at the Primaries. May 16th.
Wo have known Mr. Bhumway for
the past twenty years; have been
intimately associated with him for
tho past several years. Ho la a man
of sterling qualities, knows tho needs
of tho farmers, being a farmer hlra-
ielf, and will in our opinion, repre
sent our eounty In n manner highly
ftatiB factory to tho agricultural in
terests of Morrow and Umatilla counties.
We are appealing to our friends
and all of those interested in seeing
Morrow county well represented at
the state legislature to cast their
vote for Mr. Sbumway, May 16th.
HOWARD W. ANDERSON.
H. M. OLDEN.
C. J. ANDERSON.
E. R. LUNDELL.
IRRIGATION NOTICE.
Hours for irrigation will be from
p. m. to 8 p. m., and 6 a. m. to 9
i. m. The whistle will blow for tuni
ng on and off water. Do not irrigate
unlens whilst le blow. Using hose
without nozzle or sprinkler strictly
forbidden. In case of fire, shut off all
water. We want to give the best
service possible, and by observing
these rules you will help us in doing
so.
City of Heppner Water Department,
By W. E. Pruyn, Superintendent.
POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS
PAID ADVERTISING
For Joint Representative.
I hereby announce myself as a
Republican Candidate for Joint Rep
resentative for Umatilla and Morrow
Counties in the coming primary Elec
tion subject to the will of the repub
lican voters in such counties.
WILLIAM B. BARRATT.
Dated April 7, 124.
For County Judge.
To the Republican Voters of
Morrow County:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for nomination to the office of
County Judge in the primaries, May
16, 1924.
M. R. MORGAN.
For County Commissioner
To the Republican Voters of
Morrow County:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of County Com
missioner for Morrow county, Oregon,
at the Republican primary nominat
ing election to be held on May 16,
1924. If nominated and elected I
pledge to give my best and careful at
tention in the future as in the past,
to the business of this office.
L. P. DAVIDSON. (Incumbent)
For County Judge.
To the Republican Voters of
Morrow County:
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the nomination for
County Judge, at the primary election
to be held May 16, 1924. During my
present term, my policy has been to
obtain efficiency in public service.
il
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Cigarettes
with economy and faimeaa.
If nominated and elected X pledge
tho same in the future.
WM. T. CAMPBELL.
(Incumbent.)
For County Clerk,
To tho Democratic Voters of Morrow
County, Oregon:
'. hereby announce myself at a
candidate for the office of County
Clerk of Morrow County, subject to
tho will of tho Democratic voters of
tho eounty as expressed in tho pri
maries May 16, 1924.
W. A. RICHARDSON.
For County Clerk.
To tho Republican Voters of
Morrow County:
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the nomination of
County Clerk at the Primary Election
to be held May 16, 1924.
GAY M. ANDERSON.
(Incumbent)
For County Judge.
To the Voters of Morrow County.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of County Judge
on the democratic ticket, at the pri
mary nominating election. Friday,
May 16, 124. R. L. BENGE.
For County Judge.
To the Republicans of Morrow
Connty:
I hereby announce myself a eandi
C .te for the nomination at your hands
tor the office of County Judge at the
primary election in May, 1924. My
expreienc of many years as county
commissioner makes me conversant
with the duties of the office I seek,
and I shall greatly appreciate your
support in the primary; and for all
paot favors, I thank you kindly.
G. A. BLEAKMAN, Hardmnn.
HOTEL HEPPNER
We serve a regular luncheon from 12 to 2 p. m.
for 50 Cents and a full dinner, 12 to 2 and 6 to
8 on Sundays for 75 Cents.
Special rates for board and room to
permanent guests.
W. E. BELL, Proprietor.
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Some people think that because Wl'lard Bat
teries are quality batteries, they must be
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with Willard reliability for $17.55.
This battery is the lowest-priced reliable
battery you can buy.
ALSO
30x3' ROYAL CORD TIRES $13.25
OTHER CORDS AS LOW AS $9.75
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
For County Sheriff.
T. the Republican Voters of Mor
row Couaty. Oreffon:
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, subject
to the will of the Republican voters,
at the Primary Election to be held
May, 1924.
GEO. McDt.'FFEE.
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years, branded 21 on left stifle; one
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ranch on Social Ridge about March
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