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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1924.
Attorney C. E. Wood ion, who under
went an operation at Portland Mon
day, ii reported to be getting; along
well and hia prompt recovery la ex
pected. Mr. Wood ion went to Port
land late la it week to consult with
apecialiiti concerning an ailment
from which he had been suffering
for eome time, and the operation was
Chi Omega, national woman's liv
ing organisation on the university
campus, recently announced the
pledging to membership of Mary
Clark, registered in the university
of Oregon from Heppner. At 0. A.
C. Paul McDuffee of Heppner and
Elmo McMillan of Lexnigton have
each been pledged by the Psi Chi fra
ternity. LaVeroe Van Marter, Pete Shively
and Martin Reid were Heppner nim
rods who journeyed the past week to
Malheur lake in Harney county and
spent several days shootin ducks and
geese. They found an abundance of
the game and returned home on Mon
day well laden with the spoils of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hiatt arrived
on Monday from their home at Kelso,
Wash., and will spend a week or two
visiting with their relatives in Hepp
ner and on Butter creek. Mr. Hiutt
states that business is still on the
boom at Kelso and Longview and
times are prosperous over that way
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Edwards of For
est Grove visited with relatives and
friends at Heppner for several days
during the week. They departed on
Monday for Athena, where they will
visit a short time with their daugh
ter, residing there. Frank Turner
drove them as far as Echo.
Barney Doherrty spent Monday in
the city from his home down Sand
Hollow, He is getting very anxious!
to see some good rains come; they I
would be beneficial not only to those
who desire to get in their crops, but
would also help the range conditions
a great deal.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Darbee de
parted Saturday morning on a trip
to the middle west and eastern states,
expecting to be absent for several
weeks. Mr. Purdin, who was former
ly operator here, is acting as O.-W.
R. A N. agent during the absence of
Geo. N. Harness of Tillamook was
an over Sunday visitor at Heppner.
He is the retiring preacher of the
Christian church at Tillamook, where
.he has been for the past two years
or more. He filled the pulpit of the
church in Heppner both morning and
Mrs. Agusta Johnson f Heppner,
Or., is passing a few weeks in Port
land visiting her daughters, Mrs. J.
W. Harris of Roselawn and Mrs. Bar
ton Peden of Parkrose. She will also
be the house guest of Mrs, F. B. Ste
vens. Sunday Oregonian.
Mrs. Emmet Cochran received the
sad news on Thursday last of the
death of her friend, Mrs. J. D. Zur
cher at her home in Lewiston. Mr.
and Mrs. Zurcher were formerly res
idents of Stan fie Id and were quite
well known here.
0. C. McCormick of Walla Walla
was visiting with relatives and friends
at Lexington and Heppner the first
of the week. He is an ex-service man
and at the present time is receiving
treatment at the veterans' hospital
in Walla Walla.
. C. W. McNamer si in Portland this
week, undergoing a physical examin
ation at the hands of specialists at
the Portland Sanitarium. It is re
ported that he may have to submit
to an operation.
Andrew Rood was an outgoing pas
senger on Wednesday, expecting to be
absent from the city for several days.
F. A. Rowell, certified public ac
countant, who ia engaged in auditing
the county'a books for Measra. Cran
dall A Roberts, ia also making an
audit of tht books of the Morrow
county chapter of the Red Cross.
Falling hair can be stopped. Dand
ruff and scalp eesema can be cured.
Ask your druggist or barber for Luc
ky Tiger Hair Remedy. Endorsed by
millions. Sold under money back
, Messrs. Wilson, Townusend and
McUirr, cattle men of Fox Valley,
shipped three carloads of fat steers
and cowa from the Heppner yards
on Sunday, tht stock going to Port
land. Harold Mason, who makea his home
in Portland these days, has been on a
visit with tht folka at lone. He was
in Heppner on Saturday and made
this office a pleasant call.
Mrs. Willia McCarty and children
arrived from The Dalles on Monday
and art the guests this week of Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Anderson,
FOR RENT 7 room house, ample
grounds with good garden spot and
place to keep cow and chickens. In
quire C. A. Minor.
TO LEASE 000 acres of good
sheep range for 8 months, and plenty
of hay for two bands of sheep. C. E.
Cripe, Olex, Ore. al8-4.
For Pale Pure bred Holstein bull,
eligible for registry; age 1 year;
prict reasonable. Set or call J. O.
Paperhanging, decorating, painting,
by experienced man. Prices reason
able. Inquire at Peoples Hardware
Born To Mr. and Mrs. John Kil
kenny at their home on Hinton creek
on Monday, October 13, a daughter.
For Rent Seven room house with
bath ; other conveniences on prem
ises. See C. A. Minor.
For Sale 100 head yearling Ram
bouiltett bucks. J. C. HOSKINS,
Stanfield. Phone 28F3. Btp.
Heppner Tailor Shop
SUITS MADE TO MEASURE
GUARANTEED TO FIT
Come in and see our
"Before and After
A prize book of sug
gestions for making a
modern home out of
the old house, with
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HAMILTONS FOR MEN
WATCH REPAIRING GUARANTEED
Chime Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks and all makes
WHY THROW AWAY THAT ALARM
CLOCK WHEN IT CAN BE MADE TO
RUN AS GOOD AS A NEW ONE.
Complete Line Records and Sheet Music
Let us show you the complete Swanson
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos,
Phonograghs and Sheet Music
LOST At Rodeo f round, Udy'i
mall gold wriit watch. Finder please
lean at this office.
FOR SALE Murat grupe. 10 e per
lb., prepaid. A. E. Anderson, R. 1,
The Dalles, Ore.
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter No.
7, in food repair. Bargain. Phelps
LOST Belt off of child's Norfolk
suit. Finder please leave at thia of
fice. For Sale 60 tons of grain hay.
Gunnar Lindhe, Lexington, Ore. 2tp.
HEITNEK GARAGE BARGAINS.
Big reduction on 30x3 Goodyear
1923 Ford, fine condition, spotlight,
Haunter phock abstrrbers, 5 pood cord
tirer. A real bargain at $275.00.
1918 Baby Grand Chevrolet good
condition and cheap price.
I hereby announce myself ax an In
dependent candidate for the office of
Sneriff of Morrow County, and aik
for the support ef the voters at the
coming General Election in Novem
ber. If elected I promise faithful
performance of all duties pertaining
to the office. WM. BALL.
50 NEW SETTLERS.
Over 500 new families located in
Oregon, according to a recent survey
by the Oregon State Chamber of
Commerce, in the month of Septem
ber. Ail districts report new arri
vals, ranging from six in the Baker
district to 70 reported from Myrtie
Point in Coo county. Many of these
settlers were tourists who through
assistance rendered them by local
and state organizations, were able to
find suitable locations.
NEW FOOO PRODUCT.
Beef, cooked with vegetables and
put up in cans ready to serve after
heating, is a new food combination
being placed on the market by the
Rogue River Valley Canninj? com
pany. This company has an order
from a responsible firm with a branch
in Portland for all of th product
they ean turn out, a strong retail de
mand already having been created.
Mr. Builis, tht manager, states ship
ments of potatoes, onions and cab
bages from outside of Medford have
been necessary to take care of their
shipments. From 140 to 150 people
are employed. The plant is located
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has beep appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, administrator of
the estate of Lulu Marquardt, de
ceased; that all persons having
claims against th said estate must
present the same, duly verified ac
cording to law, to me at the office of
my attorney, S. E. Notoson, in Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six months from
the date of first publication of this
notice, which date of first publication
is October 16, 1924.
New Cathedral Gong Colonial Clock
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT OUR STORE WILL BE
Given Away Absolutely Free
You may hold the proper dial and receive this beautiful high grade
With each $1.25 cash purchase at our store, we will give our customers
absolutely free, one Special Clock Dial. When all of the dials have been
given out, the Clock which is on display, will be wound and placed in our
window. When the Clock, after running for a number of days, runs
down, the party holding the Dial identically corresponding to the time
of the stopped Clock, will receive, absolutely free, this HIGH GRADE
Come to our store and personally see the Colonial Clock on display
We Want to Increase Our Business, So Make This Remarkable Offer.
MALCOLM D. CLARK
Hill Dental Clinic
The Hill Dental Clinic is
conducted along the most
advanced lines of dentistry,
which enables patients to
obtain t h e services of a"
group of dentists each doing
work he is best fitted for at
considerably less cost than
is required under ordinary
Out of town patient's work
wilt be don quickly po.
Keep (Hoolidge and flect J)awes
Vote For the Common-Sense Candidates Their Records Recommend Them
"I AM FOR ECONOMY. AFTER THAT
I AM FOR MORE ECONOMY"Coolidge
He proved his faith by his works. This administra
tion has saved the people $6,000,000 daily n taxes as com
pared with 1921. It has lopped off 95,456 employes from the
Dawes, the budgeteer, put the country on a business
basis by cutting out the deadwood in governmental affairs.
Deficits in former years have been turned into surpluses.
The national debt has been reduced $2,750,000,000 in 3 years.
FOREIGN POLICY SPELLS PEACE ABROAD AND
PROSPERITY AT HOME
The Dawes plan has made possible rehabilitation of
Europe, which means better markets and better prices for
America's farm crops. Limitation of armaments is an ad
ministration policy and makes for peace as well as reduced
cost of government.
The Republican tariff, linked with restrictive immigra
tion, has brought prosperity to the man who toils. Wages
were never so high, they would never buy so much as today.
COOLIDGE POLICIES HAVE RE-ESTABLISHED
PROSPERITY CONTINUE THEM
When this administration took office, it faced all the
problems of reconstruction. Deplorable conditions existed.
The people were suffering from a tremendous deflation. In
terest was high and capital scarce. There was general
acute financial distress. Our citizens were compelled to
sell their government bonds around 85 that they had bought
in wartime at par.
A complete change has been accomplished. Never be
fore in peace time has there been such constructive accom
plishments as since March, 1921. Prosperity for all the
people has replaced general distress. Industrially, the
country was never on firmer gruond. Agriculture, in dire
plight when the Republican party came into power, faces a
brightening future. Our depreciated government bonds
have all risen above par and one is selling at better than 106.
THESE ARE SOUND, CONSTRUCTIVE, SENSIBLE
A Vote for Coolidge and Dawes is a Common-Sense Vote
I. L. PATTERSON, Chairman
REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
JOHN W. COCHRAN, Secretary
Figure It Out Yourself
LET us give you a few facts and figures to
show you why dairy cows should be on
J your farm.
Assuming that all the milk of your cows were
marketed in the form of butter fat, a fair av
erage would be 36 pounds per cow. The mar
ket price fluctuates around 48c per pound or a
gross revenue of $17.28. The hay for feeding
would only amount to $5.00 per month of a net
return of $12.28 per cow. Now, if you had 10
cows, your monthly profit would be $122.80 for
at least 10 months of the year. Don't these fig
ures speak for themselves?
Here at the First National Bank, we believe, Mr. Fanner,
that much prosperity will be added to our community if
dairy cows were on every farm, and we are more than will
ing to assist and co-operate with you.
The Pacific International Livestock Exposition at Portland, Nor.
1st to 8th, is the largest and leading general livestock show In
America... It furnishes a wonderful opportunity to learn how
breeders of purebred beef and dairy cattle, sheep, hogs, goata and
horses are bringing large profits to their farms. Yon will greatly
enjoy it and profit by attending.
First National Bank
ALL KINDS OF
Loose and Dried-Out Wheels
GREASE M. R. FELL AND OIL
U. S. TIRES
GAS, OILS, GREASE
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
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
back have arrived.
Fit, satisfaction and wear guaranteed at $31.50
WORTH $50 OF ANY MAN'S MONEY
FRANK W. TURNER