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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1924)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1924.
Mrs. Helen M. Walker, republican
nominee for county ichuol superin
tendent, was a caller at thia office
on Monday. Mri. Walker atatea that
aha ia much encouraged over the
prospects of success that aha haa met
with in a quite thorough canvas of
the votera of the county and ahe
leeia mat tier election ia assured
na leeia that, having entered the
primary and received the strong en-
uoraemem mat she did, there ia e-ood
reason to expect that the republican
voiera win atand by her on Tueaday,
November 4th. She promiaea that
ner endorsement at the polla will
mean energetic and faithful perform
ance of the dutiei of the office for
wnicn she ia fully Qualified. Mr.
Walker ia visiting the varioua town
of the county thia week in company
wun me omer republican nominees.
A letter received from Frank Evans
of Walla Walla the first of the week
atatea that the drought there has
been broken and that good raina fell
over that part of the country, Mr.
cvana Blaung mat it was atill rain
ing when he wrote. Fair showers,
only, have fallen in this countv. it
raining quite heavily at Heppner for
a snort time on luesday and also on
Monday. The indications are for
mora precipitation, however, and the
grain fields and range landa may yet
get soanea up before winter sets in.
From the Walla Walla Bulletin we
have the following Ham of interest
to Heppner and Lexington people:
A marriage of local interest was sol
emnized at Seattle Saturday morning
when Miss Lillian Reding became the
bride of Mr. John Evana, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Evans of this city.
Following an extended wedding trip
to British Columbia they will be at
home to their friends on East Pleaa
ant Btreet. Both young people are
well known In Walla Walla. Mr.
Evans is associated with the local
Farmera & Merchants Bank.
Mr. and Mrs; John Pieper of Lex
ington were recently called to Hills
boro to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law
of Mr. I'ieper, Mr, C.
Rchse, who passed away at his home
in that city on the 9th of thia month.
Aftor spending a couple of weeks
there they returned home when Mr.
Pieper took sick and was confined to
his bed for a week. He states that
it rained much of the time while
they were in the valley, and thia gave
him a severe cold. He waa able to
come to town Friday.
Mesdamea John Wightman, Geo.
McDuffee, C. W. McNamer and 0. T.
Ferguson were hostesses at the O, E.
S. social on Saturday afternoon at
Maaonic hall, when the ladies were
entertained at bridge and travel.
There were twenty-five members of
the club present. Mrs. Lena Snell
Shurte won first honors at bridge and
Mrs. Rosa Richardson was first at
travel. The hostesses served elegant
refreshments as a fitting close to the
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Huston re
turned on Wednesday to their home
at Dufur, Oregon, Mr. Huston and
wife were here to help in caring for
his brother, the late Luther Huston,
during the last three wecka of his
illness. Years ago they were residents
of Morrow county and owned a half
section of good farm land in the
Eight Mile section. They left this
part of the state 26 years ago.
The Boardman Mirror, for several
years published from the office of the
Stanfield Standard by Mark Cleve
land, has been disposed of by him to
Geo. Huntington Curry of the Arling
ton Bulletin, and henceforth will be
issued from that point, Thia is as
surance that Boardman will continue
to have a good, newsy paper, and one
representative of that part of the
Bert Johnson, who is one of the
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Hill Dental Clinic
The Hill Dental Clinic is
conducted along the most
advanced lines of dentistry, .
which enables patients to
obtain the 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' work
will be done aa qulrkly as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Livingston of
Hood River were visitors here on
Monday and Tuesday, Mr. Living
stone being called to the city to con
duct the funeral services of the late
Luther Huston. They took time Tues
day to eftjoy a visit with aa many of
their friends here aa it was possible
for them to get in touch with before
having to return to Hood River.
Abe Bennett, field representative of
the Eugene Bible university, was call
ing on frienda of the institution in
this city on Friday. He ia also rep
resenting the newly dedicated Chris
tian hospital, erected on the campus
of the Bible university the past year,
which he statea ia filled with patients
to its full capacity practically all
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W. J., care Phelps Grocery Co.
Mr. and Mra. C. R. Gunzel of lone
were visitors in Heppner on Tuesday
for a short time.
prominent land marka of the Ion sec
tion, was visitor in the city for a
short time on Tuesday, getting his
hide soaked up a little with the big
shower of rain, and enjoying it im
mensely. He has finished his aeeding
on the wheat ranch and ia now ready
for every bit of moisture that may
come his way.
Revs. Smith and Allen of the Amer
ican Sunday School Union, were vif
itora in this city on Friday last, ao
liciting aid in their work. The Amer
ican Sunday School Union does its
work in the rural districts of the
country and has been an active or
ganization in America for the past
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Huston returned
on Tuesday from Portland, where
they spent the week-end. During
their stay in the city Mrs. Huston
'waa relieved of a protracted throat
trouble by having her tonsils re
moved. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Morgan were
Monday visitors in the city from their
home at Ion.
The ladies of the Method.it com
munity church are planning to bold
their annua! bazaar and iale of euit
able artielei for the Chriitn.ii sea
son, and also a cooked food sale on
Saturday, Dec. 13. The plsce of sale
will be announced later.
Postmaster Smead, who has been
absent for several days in the moun
tains, is reported to have slain a big
buck deer. Our reporter states that
no part of his success is in evidence,
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Robison were
down from their ranch on the middle
fork of Rock creek, south of Hard
man Friday, being called to the city
on matters of business.
Mrs. Robert Gemmell was taken
to the Heppner Surgical hospital the
past week, suffering from a nervous
breakdown. She is reported to be
The Women's Relief Corps will
give a food sale Nov. 1st, at Sigsbee
Studio. All members are requested
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEtCE.
Jo the voters of Heppner, and Juitice
of the Peace District No. , Mor
Having filed my certificate of nom
ina'ion as an independent candidate
for the office of Justice of the Peare
for the 6th district, I take Ihn meth
od of announcing the same awl ask
ing for your kind consideration at t)ie
general electibn, November -li1,. If
elected, I promise a faithful and irr
part al performance of all the duties
pertaining to the office, and shall
greatly appreciate your support.
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIN
TENDENT. To the Voters of Morrow County,
Having decided to become an inde
pendent candidate for the office of
County School Supreintendent of
Morrow County, Oregon, at the Gen
eral Election to be held November
4th, 1924, I shall greatly appreciate
I have given my bent efforts dur
ing the past years and if elected will
continue to do so.
LENA SNELL SHURTE.
(Paid Adv.) Present Incumbent.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself as an in
dependent republican candidate for
the office of County Commissioner,
made vacant by the resignation of
R. L. Benge. Should I be elected, I
promise to give strict attention to
the duties of the office and shall at
all times endeavor, to the best of my
ability, to serve the interests of the
entire county. 1 solicit your support
at the November election.
. CHAS. DILLON, Boardman, Ore.
I hereby announce myself as an In
dependent candidate for the office of
Sneriff of Morrow County, and ask
for the support of 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.
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Grant Never Said Much,
But He Stuck to His Job
So Does Coolidge
Performances Are Better Than Promises
Don't Trade Realities for Uncertainty. .
Our country is in safe hands today why change? Conditions are sound
and wages higher than they have ever been. Why not let well enough alone?
Excessive tax burdens have been lifted by Coolidge and his party. More
than 4,000,000 heads of families were helped by the 25 per cent cut in in
Nuisance taxes were removed. There is no longer a tax on automobiles
costing less than $1000, nor on theater tickets costing less than 50 cents.
"I WANT THE PEOPLE TO WORK LESS FOR THE
GOVERNMENT AND MORE FOR THEM
SELVES" COOLIDGE. 1
The,administration passed three revenue acts slashing taxes. The latest
one alone saved the people more than $400,000,000 a year, or almost $4 for.
every man, woman and child in America.
The people are being saved $6,000,000 daily in taxes as compared with
1021. Tbe cost of government has been cut that much. The national debt
has been reduced $2,750,000,000 in three years,
been stopped and billions saved to the people,
that will justify, another cut in income taxes.
Waste of public money has
There is a treasury surplus
PROSPERITY IS SWEEPING OVER THE COUNTRY
WITH A RISING TIDE.
When this administration took office there were bread lines, unemploy
ment and general distress. All this has been changed. Unemployment has
been wiped out and prosperity restored, liberty bonds, that sold then around
86, are worth more than par today.
Just as the Dawes budget fixed a policy of domestic economy, the Dawes
plan gave the world new hope. German finances and credit are restored.
She is again buying American wheat and the price has turned sharply up
ward. The Dawes plan is a stroke of genius. It is the greatest peace measure
since the Armistice. It opens the way to the restoration of Europe and re
stores great markets for American goods and farm products. It assures the
United States of payment of war debts owed by foreign nations.
These Are Honest, Sound, Sensible, and Constructive Accomplishments
Don't be misled by wild promises or wilder charges by the outs,
best interests. Vote for a government of common sense.
Vote November 4 for the constitution and your own
REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
I, L, PATTERSON, Chairman
JOHN W. COCHRAN, Secretary
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