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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1924
John Spenecr li now at Hot Lake
following a Mvsrt attack of stomach
troubla. Ha wai taken acrioutljr ill
on Tuesday while on a trip to Pen
dleton and waa rushed to the sani
tarium for treatment. A letter re
ceived by Echo frienda from lire.
Spencer yesterday said that there is
little change in his condition. Echo
News. Word received by relatives of
Mr. Spencer at Heppner is to the ef
fect that he was operated on for ul
ceration of the stomach at Hot Lake
on Saturday, and is getting along
quite well. Mr. Spencer had been a
sufferer from this trouble for a num
ber of years.
H. Wagnor, assistant secretary to
the public service commission, and
J. F. Caiiidy, inspector for that de
partment of the state government,
were here during the week touching
up those truck operators about Hepp
ner who had not paid their proper
license fee and filed with the public
service commission the required bond.
Some little excitement was caused by
the demands of the state officials be
fore some of the truck operators ful
ly understood what they were after,
but the matter waa finally adjudicat
ed and the proper fees and necessary
bonds handed over to Mr. Cassidy.
Jas. Murtha, prominent stockman
of Condon, was a visitor in Heppner
on Saturday. Mr. Murtha states that
it has been a very dry season over his
way, yet many of the farmers have
harvested good crops, and the better
prices for wheat will help to bring
up the average receipts. Mr. Murtha
has had the experinece of other short
years in Eastern Oregon and states
that our people will come out 0. K.
Millard French arrived from his
home at Midvale, Idaho, on Saturduy
and is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Briggs. Mr. French states
that It has been a very warm reason
in that part of Idaho in fact the
warmest he has ever experienced,
reaching 117 in the shade at his place
near Midvale, and he is glad to be
where it is some cooler. Mr. French
will visit here indefinitely.
S. E. Notson arrived home on Tues
day evening from Seattle, where he
has been detained for several weeks
on account of the very serious illness
of bis daughter, Miss Mary Notson.
Miss Notson was slowly improving
when her father left Seattle and it is
now hoped that she has passed the
danger point in her illness and will
rapidly recover. Mrs. Notson is still
with her daughter at Seattle.
Word received by friends here an
nounces the death of George W. Smith
a Forest Grove, Ore., the first of the
week. He was taken to the hospital
and underwent an operation, and died
a few hours afterward. Mr, Smith
was welt known in thia section where
he lived for a great many years be
fore going to the Willamette valley
some Ave or six years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Redding of
Eight Mile were in the city Monday.
Mr. Redding, who has finished the
harvesting of his grain, got a fair
yield only, but the grain is of ex
Police of Hanover, Germany, be
lieve Friti Haarman has murdered
more than fifty, although he admits
but twenty-two victims lured to
hii modest residence and murdered.
Craving notoriety seems to be his
Mr. and U rm. J. 0. Turner and sob
Donald arrived kon Tuesday from
a vacation of tea days. While away
they visited Crater Lake, Klamath
Falls and othar points in Southern
Oregon, also Astoria, where they
crossed over to the Washington side
snd took in Grays Harbor cities,
Olympia, Long-view and intermediate
points, enjoying a rood time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bweek departed
on Sunday by auto for Tillamook,
Oregon, where Mr. Sweek is taking in
the Elks convention this week. They
will go from there to Seal Rocks on
the Newport beach to spend a week
of ten days of their vocation period.
They were accompanied by Marjoric
E. E. Downing, formerly a resident
of this place and who recently open
ed a tire and vulcanising shop at
Arlington, has, according to the Bul
letin, sold his business to Elvero
Fisher and will move to Baker to be
come associated with the J. C. Penney
chain store organisation there.
Bert Stone, Dr. Fred Fsrrior, L.
. Van Marter and E. E. Clark left
town early on Monday morning for
Waterman flat over in the Spray
country. It is the open season on
sage hens, and the boys returned late
Monday evening, having secured the
bag limit of ths big birds.
Geo. N. Peck was in town a short
time Wednesday from his farm near
Lexington. He had just finished bis
wheat harvest and will now proceed
to get his surplus grsin to the were
house, a job that is not causing him
much concern this season.
Ike Howard and Jason Biddle were
two of the prominent citizens of lone
doing business in Heppner Tuesday.
Mr. Biddle announces that he has
leased his garage in lone to E. K.
Lundell and for the present he has
retired from the business.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen Blocky
brown mare, weight twelve hundred,
ssddle marks, brsnded dismond-s with
upper part of s sbove snd lower part
below the diamond on right shoulder.
S10 reward to hold snd notify L. E
Stites, Hermiston, Ore.
Rev. Father Geise, who was pastor
of the local Catholic church during
the ab sence of Father Cantwell when
ho visited the old home in Ireland
during 1922-23, made a visit here dur
ing the past week. Father Geise is
now located at Baker.
Miss Minnie Lowe, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Lowe of Cecil, who
has been ft student at the state nor
mal school at Monmouth during the
past year, has been elected to teach
the school at Rhea Siding the com
J. H. Dills, secretary-treasurer of
the Northwest conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church, south,
will be in Heppner over Sunday next
and will preach at the Methodist com
munity church in the morning at U
Miss Mary Jackson of Salem is vis
iting for a fw days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bauman on Wil
low creek and also with other rela
tives residing at lone. Miss Jackson
was formerly a resident of this city.
Seventeen cars of sheep were ship
ped from Heppner by special train on
Wednesday, being billed to Klink 4
Taylor, Chicago. The shippers were
Frank Wilkinson, Bob Thompson and
L. V. Gentry.
David Hynd and siBter, Mrs. Tom
Lowe of Cecil, were in Heppner Mon
day from the Rose Lawn ranch of
Hynd Bros, in Sand Hollow, where
Mrs, Lowe is enjoying a short visit.
Reward $25 reward offered for in
formation leading to arrest and con
viction of parties stealing extras from
my combine, about 12 miles north of
Lexington. E. W. Moyer, Heppner.
H. E. Cool of Athlone Cottage near
lone, accompanied by his sister-in-law,
Mrs. A. C. Crowell, made a trip
to Stevenson, Wash., the past week
where they vinited for a few days.
Wht Worry About
Destroys their eggs
Thousands of houw
wtvoa hsvw quit worry
tnf about moths. Ther
um CENOL MOTH DE
STROYER. KilUttM lar
va that do tha damag
Will not stain plaaaing
odor. Use it today.
HUMPHREYS DRUG COMPANY
8. E. Sin on ton, Alpine wheat raiser,
was a visitor In Heppner for short
tin on Saturday afternoon. He is
not crowing snitch over tha big yield
of wheat he received thia season.
Elmer and Delbert Cool, sons of
H. E. Cool residing near lone, de
parted this week for their old home
at Rontal, North Dakota. The boys
re traveling by motorcycle.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and
Miss Edna Vaughn returned Sunday
evening from two weeks vacation
spent at White Salmon and Mt. Ver
Messrs, Elmer and Delbert Cool of
lone, accompanied by Miaa Mary Jack
son and Constance and Grant Buch
anon of Salem, werjs visitors in Hepp
ner on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mahoney re
utrned home on Sunday from their
two weeks of vacation spent at Rain
ier National park and other points
Postmaster Smead has been con
fined to his home by sickness during
the past week, not being able to get
to the office for about ten days.
Wanted Two housekeeping rooms
by young woman and her brother
while attending school at Heppner.
Inquire at thia office.
W. A. Wirts, of Walla Walla, audi
tor of the Tum-A-Lum Lumber com
pany, was here on official business
For Sale or Trade for cattle, two
good, gentle school ponies, 6 and 7
years old. A. W. Gemraell, Heppner.
For Rent Seven room house with
bath; other conveniences on prem
ises. See C. A. Minor.
Mr. and Mrs, Otto Ruhl of Lexing
ton were visitors in Hppner for a
short time yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Scrivner of
Echo were visitors in this city on
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Before you pay $500
or more for a car,
compare the steer
ing qualities of the
Six with any car
Maurice A. Frye
Don't buy blindfolded
Heppner Lexington lone
Far in the North "Old Man
Winter" is packing kit and
bag. Soon now he will start
on his annual Southern trip.
He is coming to Morrow
County. He has never yet
missed visiting us and he
certainly is a troublesome
guest to have around unless
hearth fires are aglow.
He is company that none
of us can ignore, so we had
just as well prepare for him
Jas. Csrtjr. leading rancher of Tub
Springs, waa doing business hers yee
terdaj. Phill Coha is op from Portland for
a fen days, attending to businoss af-fails.
Taking I'p of Eatrayed Aaiaule.
I hay taken up and now hold at my
farm, miles southwest of Board
man, tha following described ani
mals: one sorrel horse, branded re
versed LD on left hip, age about 8
years, weight about 760 pounds; one
brown mare, age about 8 years, weight
bout 1000 lbs., no viiible brands.
FRANK PARTLOW, Boardman, Ore.
Por Sale LeRoy engine for McCor
mick or Deering combine; good run
ning condition; price 1165.00. Theo
dore Beck, Eight Mile, Ore. St.
FOR SALE 24 Rambouillet bucks,
3 years old; 10 coarse bucks. Fins
condition. W. B. Barratt & Son.
Women wsnted for work on pears
and apples commencing sbout August
15th. LIBBY, McNIELL A LIBBY,
The Dallen, Oregon. a7-3.
FOR BALE JOOO first class posts,
early all tamarack, at tc oa ground.
Dry, ready for ase. Sontbeait Par
ker's Mill mile and half. SILAS A.
For Rent Furniihed apartment,
fosr rooms and bath. Mrs. A. L.
LOST Near Parkers Mill, July 4,
black nad white spotted bird dog, li
cense number 777. Suitable reward.
Notify Bert Bleakman, Hardman.
Stolen from my ranch near Ritter
in the early spring.one bay mare,
weirnt about 1100 lbs., white spot in
forehead, branded A on left stifle;
one bald-faced sorrel horse, weight
sbout 1150, white spots around eyes,
branded LR connected on left shoul
der. I will pay $10 00 reward for the
recovery of each of these animals and
$250.00 for evidence leading to the
conviction of the culprits taking
them. L. F. RESING, Ritter, Ore.
For Rent or Sale One of the best
sheep ranches in Eastern Oregon;
contains 26&0 acres; situated 12 miles
southeast of Heppner on state high
way. Address Mrs. Margaret Jones,
For sale cheap, or trade for milk
cow, a good 2-year-old Shdtrshorn
bull. Eph Ekplon, Loxinpton. Or1.
ATTPD TREATED AT
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