The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, July 31, 1924, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924.
PAGE THREE
Derid Hynd nnd litter Mill Anna
Hynd returned to Morrow county the
) 11 itt of the week from a vacation
pent at Portland and the eoast. Da
vid and Will Hynd were Heppner via
itori on Monday. Pave aayi the feed
ituation for live stock thia coming;
winter ia not critical In gpite of the
shortage of the hay crop thia year,
as there ia an abandonee of feed left
from last year. A heavy crop last
season and light feeding during: the
winter months due to the mild weath
er are responsible for the supply.
Due to the peach shortage, people
will be glad to know of any opportun
ity to obtain them. A. E. Anderson,
former Morrow county resident, now
a fruit grower near The Dalles, an
nounces that he has some choice
peaches for sale Sea his local ad in
these columns.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Latourell re
turned Tuesday morning from Ukiah,
where Messrs McNamer and Latour
ell went last week on Rodeo business.
They returned by way of Desolation
lake, where they enjoyed a short out
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shively re
turned home from their honeymoon
trip to Seattle, Vancouver, B. C., and
other Washington points last Friday
afternoon. They are residing in the
Roberts house on Center street.
H. M. Cummings, special agent for
eastern Oregon and Washington of
the Union Oil company, arrived in the
city Monday to help arrange for the
opening of the company's new sub
station the first of August.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Campbell de
parted Sunday morning for Spokane,
where they went to meet their daugh
ter, Mrs. Wm. Crow of Yank, B. C.
They expect to be absent from the
city about a week.
0. W. Hanger of San Francisco
spent several days in Heppner the
past week looking over the real es
tate ituation with a view to pur
chasing land in this county.
Mr. and Mra. Emmett Hughes, who
spent a week visiting with Morrow
county relatives and friends, returned
to their home at Woodburn Wednes
day morning.
Mr. nd Mrs. Andrew Olson arrived
in Heppner the first of the week from
Baker. Mr. Olson is locsl agent for
the new Union Oil company station
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reid, daughter
Lois and Marjorie Clark returned
home from a week's vacation trip at
Yellowstone National park the last of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek drove
over to Monument Saturday and spent
a couple of days visiting with Mr.
Sweek's folks. They returned home
Monday.
LOST Near Parkers Mill, July 4,
black nad white spotted bird dog, li
cense number 777. Suitable reward.
Notify Bert Bleakman, Hardman.
Guy Huston and family were in
Heppner Thursday on business and
visiting local relatives from their
Eight Mile borne,
Mrs. Fannie Rood of Portland is
visiting with Heppner relatives this
week, driving here from the city in
her car.
Mr. and Mra, Kenneth K. Mahoney
departed by car Sunday morning for
Rainier National park on a vacation
trip.
J. B. Stanfield of Pendleton was
registered at Hotel Heppner Saturday.
F. M. Page, Monument resident, was
a Heppner visitor Friday.
Canning peachea for sale: Goldea
Cling, 11.35; largo 1.60, prepaid, per
box. A. E. Anderson, B 1, The Dalles
W. 0. Allison, farmer of Ukiah,
was a Heppner visitor on Thursday,
making hie annual visit to the city.
FOR SALE 24 Eambouillet bucks,
3 years old; 10 coarse bucks. Fine
condition. W. B. Barratt k Son.
Arthur Erwfn, wheat farmer of the
lone aection, waa a Heppner caller
on Tuesday.
Alex R. Livingstone, wool buyer of
Boston, was in Heppner the last of
the week,
0. H. Warner of Alderdale, Wash.,
was a business visitor in the city oi
Tuesday.
Nat Shaw, Clark'a canyon farmer,
was a business visitor in the city on
Tuesday.
W. F. Mahrt, Eight Mile farmer,
was transacting business in the city
Friday.
For Rent Furnished apartment,
four rooms and bath. Mra. A. L.
Garrett.
B. A. Amy of Condon was transact
ing business in this city on Tuesdsy.
CAMP GROUND
SANITATION
Froa 8Ut Boat f Haoltk.
On account of tht rapid increaM in
the number of automobile! and tho
constant improvement In methods of
transportation, the problems of camp
ground sanitation are becoming in
creasing! more important. This is
especially true In regard to the Pa
cific Coast states, owing to the many
attractions offered by this aection to
tourists and summer campers. No
vacation is eomidered complete these
days that does not include a visit to
the Pacific Coait In order to meet
this situation, without endangering
the public health, it is necessary to
pay more attention to the sanitation
of our camping grounds.
What is meant by the sanitation of
camp grounds? Obviously, the prob
lems of camp ground sanitation are
not materially different from those of
the sanitation of homes and small
communities. In general they include
the questions of site or location, wa
ter supplies, inwect penis, the diwpo
iiYf Oregon
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The UNIVERSITY o( OREGON
contains:
The ColU-pe 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 a catalojue or any information
uwi( The Rejutrar, Umftrtit) of
Oretfon, Eujtinc, Orejfon
The 49th Yen Opens September 25, 1924
Steela used in the Studebak
er Light-Six Touring Car
are selected from 35 for
mulas. On soma we
pay the makers 15 ,
per cent bonna to
get exactness.
Let us prove
It.
Maurice A. Frye
Everything Electrical
Studebaker Sixes
Don't buy blindfolded
Red Ciown,Sir-
fromtheRed.White
and Blue Pump ! "
Much of the strongest praise that "Red
Crown" gets comes from the 6000 dealers
who sell it and know what it will do. Their
faith is backed by the performance which
makes "Red Crown" the most popular "gas"
in the West.
To save carburetor adjustments, and to
improve your car's performance on the hills
and the long steady pulls, for power and
mileage and true economy, use "Red Crown."
You'll always be glad if you do.
And remember Ttkt along one or two Standard
Oil Scrip Books two yards of this scrip will take you
about 1800 miles. Obtainable in 5, 010 and $20 denom
inations at all Standard Oil Service Stations. Convenient!
saves handling cash and is redeemable by dealers as
well as at ail Standard Oil Company Service Stations.
In Morrow County
these dealers will serve you
Red Crown Gasoline
G. A. BLEAKMAN
Hardman, Ore.
II. J. DIDDLE
lone, Ore.
BAI.COMB A
BAl'ERNFIEND
Morgan, Ore.
COHN AUTO COMPANY
Heppner, Ore.
COLLIVER A MILLER
Hardman, Ore.
ED. D. CLARK
Heppner, Ore.
M. R. FELL
Heppner, Ore.
L. H. FREDERICKSON
Lexington, Ore.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Heppner, Ore.
L. L. LA DUSIRE
Heppner, Ore.
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
Heppner, Ore.
E. R. LUNDELL
lone, Ore.
LEACH BROS.
Lexington, Ore.
T. H. LOWE
Cecil, Ore.
M. S. MAXWELL
Eight Mile, Ore.
MARTIN REID
Heppner, Ore.
E. NORDYKE
Lexington, Ore.
PEOPLES HARDWARE
COMPANY
Heppner, Ore.
PYLE A GRIMES
Parker Mill, Ore.
I. R. ROBINSON
lone,' Ore.
W. G. SCOTT & CO.
Lexington, Ore.
VAUGHN & GOODMAN
Heppner, Ore.
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sition of rarbar and of human wait,
and the proper policing of the
ffrounda. In addition to thia, there
are certain sanitary appliancea and
equipment, which nuit b provided
for every camp ground, before it can
be approved by the State Board of
Health.
In ehooUnr camp ground ait,
a great deal of attention ia generally
paid to the wonderful acenery, the
pictureique aurroundinga. the prox
imity of flatting, hunting and bathing
reaorta, but little attention ia gen
erally paid to the safety of the water
supply and the proper disposal of gar
bage and waste.
The rules and regulation! of the
Oregon State Board of Health make
the management responsible for the
sanitary conditions of camp grounds,
and also for the equipment and sani
tary appliances on the same. A care
taker must be employed to visit the
grounds daily and see that they are
kept clean and aanitary, and free
from litter. An adequate and safe
water supply must be provided for
the campers. If a water supply is
unsafe or doubtful, it must be elim
inated or placarded, warning against
its use. Water flush toilets or sani
tary privies, both for men and wom
en, must be provided within a reason-
sf AITrD TREATED AT
VjUI ILK home
Simple home treatment. Bend for FREE
booklet and tca.tmonlala. WARNER'S
RENOWNED REMEDIES CO., 721 Ss
carUy Bide MinnaatioUs, Minn.
able distance. Fly-tight vessels must
be provided for garbage and watte
and these must be emptied daily.
Copies of the rules and regulations
are required to be printed and posted
on the grounds in conspicuous places.
Copies of these rulea and regulations
may be obtained from the State Board
of Health.
led the community singing. The p:e- '
me is an annual event and those in '
charge extend a cordial invitation to
everyone to attend next year's session.
PIONEER PICNIC BIXCESS.
A large gathering of pioneers of
Gilliam and Wheeler counties enjoyed
a four-day picnic at the Julia A. Hen
derson eamp grounds on Service creek
on the John Day highway Thursday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of last
week. Singing, speaking and talking
over old times in the camp fire's
glare constituted part of each day's
program. Speeches were made by
Messrs. Simmons, Wheeler and others
and Mrs. Emmet Cochran of Heppner
aang several solos as part of the mu
sical program. Mrs. Cochran also
FIRE AT WELLS HOME,
A small blaze at the home of J. J
Wells, county assessor, in the lower
end of town Friday afternoon was the
cause of considerable excitement.
The fire started on the exterior of the
house and had a good start when the
chemical truck arrived. Application
of chemicals soon had it under con
trol, and a volunteer brigade removed
the contents a safe distance from the
houtte out of danger of harm by fire
or water. The roof and two rear
rooms were quite badly damaged, but
sufficient insurance is carried to cover
all repairs.
FOR BALE Feeder pigs on Butter
erffk. Phone fSr,F22t Echo. 2t
kvVfr Ay
STANDARD
OF QUALITY
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
Hotel
Hepp
tier
Fn8 Class Dining
oom
Merchants'
Lunch
12 tO 2 OC 12 to 2
W. E. BELL, Proprietor
WHEN SHIPPING LIVESTOCK
Consign to
DUFFY COMMISSION CO.
Union Stock Yards, North Portland, Ore.
Office Phone Empire 1661 Residence Phone Garfield 3501
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Best Wool Fabrics
FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES
of the J. B. Simpson made-to-measure, all
wool clothes direct to you from the sheep's
hack have arrived.
Fit, satisfaction and wear guaranteed at $31.50
WORTH $50 OF ANY MAN'S MONEY
FRANK W. TURNER
HEPPNER, OREGON
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NOW IS THE TIME FOR
Summer Dress Goods
We have a large showing of
VOILES, CREPES, GINGHAMS,
TISSUES, RATINES, ORGANDIES
Tweeds Suitable for Sport Suits, Coats
and Skirts
Come in and see
them
Thomson Bros.
ONE DOLLAR
Will start an account in this large
bank. The size of your first deposit
doesn't matter with us. It's you that
we want for a customer.
As a bank for the business men of
today, we are naturally interested in
the business man of tomorrow.
We therefore invite all boys who
are working during the summer va
cation or have a small income from
other sources to start with us in a
small way.
HMD
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Fir National Bank
HEPPNER, OREGON
Printing is the Inseparable
Companion of Achievement
Who's Your Tailor?
Ed. V. Price & Co.
have just sent us their Book of AUTUMN and WIN-
TER SAMPLES, containing over 300 Suit Fabrics in
Cassimeres, Worsteds, French Backs, Worsted Chev
iots and Twists. Here are very attractive designs:
Small Checks, Club Checks, Basket Weaves, Cord ef
fects, Overplaids, Herring-bone, Hair Line and Pen
cil Stripes. ALSO
A WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF NEW
- OVERCOATINGS
MALCOLM D. CLARK
GENERATORS
STARTERS, MAGNETOS
OVERHAULED
Vulcanizing
U. S. TIRES
Willard Batteries
GAS, OILS, GREASE
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
CAR FOR HIRE
E. J. STARKEY
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for comfort and rest and health and the
simple life, all in pleasing variations at
NORTH BEACH, CLATSOP BEACHES,
TILLAMOOK BEACHES or NEWPORT
Our iirnt will hand you "Outings In tha Pacific Northwear
and "Oregon Outdoors" and they will tell you the whole ory.
A round-trip summer excursion ticket via
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
f affords that wonderful trip through theColurobia K iver (tore.
let tar a rat arrange your Itinerary and auk
jixu reset vattuaa.
C. DARDEE, Agent
Hepim.r, Ore.
WM. McMl'RRAY, General Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
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