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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1925.
Urm. A. E. Dftltell, who ipent few
weeki in Heppner, viiitinf at the
horn of her sister, Mrs. Chms. Fur
long, returned th past week to her
home near Gwendolen. On leaving
Heppner she went to Boardman for a
short visit with her brother, Alex
Warren and her mother, Mrs. A. J.
Warren. Report from the Dalzell
brothers at Gooseberry Is to th ef
fect that the grain there appears to
have stood the freeze much better
than first rtpora indicated, and their
grain appears to bp all right yet.
Bert Pal ma tee r, W. F. Palm a tee r
and H. O. Ely were business visitors
fn Heppner Tuesday from Morgan.
The Paimateers are getting ready to
re seed some 600 acres of their wheat
Und and will put the most of this in
Turkey Red the same wheat the De
cember freeze killed out. Warm
weather has prevailed in that section
for the pant several weeks and the
ground is now in pretty fair shape
for the drills. Mr. Palmateer stated
they would be ready to start seeding
Mr .and Mrs. A. E. Piper returned
home on Friday from Portland. They
had spent several weeks in the city,
where they were called by the serious
illness of J. H. Frad, Mrs. Pieper's
father. Two weeks or more ago Mr.
Frad undrewent a very serious opera
tion at Good Samaritan hospital, but
he had been removed to his home
when Mr. and Mrs. Pieper left and
was getting along fine, expecting to
be a well man in a few more weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pearson and
daughter were here from their home
near Lena on Friday, it being more
than a year since Mr. Pearson was in
the city last The best of weather
conditions prevail out that way and
grass is growing fine. As to the
roads, Mr. Pearson could not speak
very complimentary, as in many
places the bottom had dropped out
and travel was difficult until they
reached the macadam on Jones hill.
James Curty, while not extensively
engaged in the production of grain,
is nevertheless interested and de
plores the situation as it presents it
self to the farmers at present. Liv
ing in the more extreme north end
of the eounty, Mr. Catty thinks that
there is no escape from reseeding
out that way. Weather conditions are
pleasant down Juniper canyon now
and the grass is growing.
Karl L. Beach, Lexington hardware
dealer, was attending to matters of
business in Heppner Tuesday. Every
farmer in that sectio nthat has seed
wheat, or can get it, is preparing to
reaeed and will be busy at this job
from now on until completed, if the
weather conditions permit.
To all whom it may concern: My
wife, Nancy A. Edwards, having left
my bed and board, I will not be re
sponsible for any debts or accounts
made by her from this date. Dated
at Morgan, Oregon, this 27th day of
January, 1126. S. EDWARDS.
J. J. Kelly of Heppner is reported
to have purchased several 1926 clips
of Wheeler county wool recently at
45 cents a pound. Two of the clips
were those of D. P. Nickenson of
Ewickenham and of W, R. Mascall of
Dayvlile. Condon Globe-Times.
S. Edwards, farmer residing in the
Morgan section, was a business vis
itor in Heppner on Tuesday. He be
lieves that the majority of the farm
ers of the Morgan country will be
compelled to resced a a consequence
of the December freeze.
J. H. Pieper visited Heppner on
Saturday from his home in Pieper
canyon. Like numerous other farm-
era of his section, Mr. Pieper has
suffered much loss from the December
freeze and reseeding will be required.
FOR SALE One cook stove with
hot water attachment; 1 "Hoosier"
kitchen cabinet; 1 bedroom suite and
1 library table, all as good as new,
See Mrs. Alex Green in Heppner.
BABY CHICKC-Eggs for hatching,
Barred Rock and Leghorns, 0. A. C
strain. None better. Trial will con
vince you. R. Woolery, Capital Poul
try Farm, Salem, Ore.
Mrs. Lucy T. Wedding, prnicipal of
Alpine high school, visited Heppner
on Saturday. She reports that the
school out there is progressing nicely.
Chas. Altinger was up from lone
Monday looking after business in
Heppner. This office acknowledges a
pleasant call from him.
STRAYED From my place Jan. 1,
Duroc Jersey male hog, weight 130
pounds. W. B. Tucker, Hcppnec
See ad. of Heppner Packing Co. in
This Week's Cross Word Puzzle
By MRS. CALVIN POOLE.
HOW TO SOLVE A CROSS-WORD PUZZLE
Th. flrvt Wttr of Mch word la Indicated by a number placed In the blank whit
para, and by referring to th. lUt of word. siren below, vou will find the definition.
For inmanee, number on. horizontal viva, the dWinitiun of a word which will fill la all
th. whit. .pace, to the ftnrt black .pace at th. riirht. Number on. vertical fivaa the
definition for a word which will fill in all the white apacee to the ft ret black .pace be
low. Th. black .pace, indicate the end of a word, and no letter ia placed in them. When
completed, th. puzzle mu.t read both horizontally and vertically or acroot and down.
Two twelve-letter ward, and four ward, of eisht letter, ar. in tha aszzla arrant-ad
hv Mra. Celtia Pool thia week. We will live ree a tin an Na. I horizontal. It raallr
honld net he seea aa on. werd or at leavt a brphea between, the aiath and aevenlh
lettera ef the ward. Otherwiee yon ahoald net be a quitter en thia eicemnt arrange
ment of werda. It b nie.lv Interlocked throucheat and will aiva yon a thrill ef aaluv
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An officer In s prominent secret society.
Third pernor, singular, neuter pronoun.
What the K a liter would like to be doing.
A position on the football team (abbr.),
A kind of liquor not rye.
Not? of a dove.
A common metal,
A man's petticoat.
What unscrupulous politicians seek.
A hoy's plaything.
Child's name for Father.
An obstinate person.
What we uced to got on occasionally.
How most of us are, at solving cross
A min inter's residence,
Hjr, or through.
Preposition, denoting place.
A lovely lady in Spencer's "Faerte
What Abraham was pleased to behold In
Mountains of Central Europe (spelled
One who opposes (rare),
t'lural for you.
He freely admits winning the war.
100 per cent Americanism, ao they say.
1 The gunman always has one (sUcg).
2 Railroad (abbr.).
1 A tire-d erty-Ohio,
4 Poetic for never.
5 What most prohibitionists do.
8 What heartless landlords do to unfor
1 A race of people Indigenous to certain
parts of Japan.
8 A Kusxian NovelUt.
S Jxrd Lieutenant (abbr.).
10 The puzxle maker's favorite fUh.
11 A finger.
13 What cross-word puzzle does to the
cftonian, Pendleton, Jan. 23.
Mrs. Pickett was a sister-in-law of
Mra. Martin Reid of this city, who
went to Pendleton to attend the funeral.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
C. F. Trimble, Pastor.
9:46 a, m. Bible School. Already
great gain has been made in attend
ance in all departments of the school.
We hope to enroll many more with
in the next few weeks.
IT Ferrous Sulphate.
19 The wash woman's friend.
21 A list, as of officers or men.
28 Ditto (Latin abbr.).
'H A southern state (abbr.).
28 A seaport of Belgium.
2H What made Milwaukee famous.
30 A small insect.
38 Royal Navy (abbr.).
84 An inseparable companion of "cetera,"
35 Contraction for "I am."
SO Indefinite article.
8 A cyanogen derlvftWe of guanidlne.
40 Cigar boxes bear the stamp (abbr.).
41 The thirteenth letter of the Greek alph
48 What remains after a disastrous Are.
4fi Charlie Dawes can tell you about her.
46 Leaves wafted by the slightest breeze.
47 A whale of a fish story.
48 Kthereal. "
50 An eastern Ute (abbr.).
62 A mild "cuss word."
64 An animal of Central Asia.
58 A famous writer of comic stories (In
itials). 60 Sunday School (abbr.). '
Answer to last week's puzzle.
Friendship," Tha Basis of the Divine
Friendship," "The Conditions of a
Deepening Acquaintance with God,"
"The Claims of the Christian Life
Upon Thoughtful Men." In these
addresses we are to try to find our
way together into clear and abiding
convictions concerning the great fun
damental Christian truths. We would
like to have a number of men enroll
in this class Sunday.
11:00. Sermon, "The Unquestioned
6:30. Christian Endeavor.
MISS WOODSON ON COMMITTEE.
University of Oregon, Eugene, Jan.
27. Chariman Robert McCabe of the
Junior week-end committee of the
University of Oregon, has appointed
Margaret Woodson of Heppner to a
Junior week-end committee.
Junior week-end ia the annual
spring festival at the University, to
be held this year Friday and Satur
day, May 22 and 23. The program us
ually includes athletic events Friday
morning and afternoon. The colorful
canoe fete will be held on the Mill
Race in the evening. The annual
Junior program is scheduled for Sat
urday night. The most popular girl
in the junior class is to be chosen
queen of Junior week-end.
CARD OF THANKS.
We- wish to express our sincere
thanks to the many friends and neigh
bors who so kindly assisted us dur
ing the sickness and death of our dear
father and grandfather, Virgil A.
OTHE C. STEVENS.
. J. E. STEVENS AND FAMILY.
J. W. STEVENS AND FAMILY.
FOR SALE Fresh milch eow with
3-weeks-old calf. Stock Jersey and
Shorthorn; third calf. Price $&0.
Opal E. Clark, Heppner.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
To any one giving information of
person or persons who shot two fox
terriers, male and female, wearing
Morrow eounty lieenaes Noa. 102T and
1029 for W25, near Cecil, Morrow
county. Oregon, on January 8. 1925.
MRS. JENNIE LOWE,
"When a Feller Needs a Friend at
Rtar Theater, Toeiay, Feb. SH.
From January 28 to February 1 5
Select any aidewall patters In my 1924 Pan-American
ample books. Pay the rerular price for one roll
the next roll will coat yon ONLY 1 CENT! The third
roll will coat yon the fnll price the fourth 1 CENT
end ao on for any quantity!
Whatever quantity your room require yon fet It
practically at half the regular price!
Thle ia a most remarkable opportunity to fet your
wall paper at a tremendous saving! All grades! 500
patterns to choose from!
PHONE ME AT ONCE AND I WILL BRING SAMPLES FOE
YOUR SELECTION. MAKE EARLY APPOINTMENT AS MANY
WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS WONDERFUL SALE!
W. T. Brookhouser
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We are inviting men to attend the
Men's class. Next Sunday the pastor
will begin a series of short addresses
before the lesson period in this class
on "Tbe Greatness and Simplicity of
the Christian Faith." These are four
minute talks, and are followed by the
regular lesson, presented in the form
of a lecture. Some of the topics of
these talks are, "The Seeming Un
reality of the Spiritual Life," "The
Significance of Jesus," "God Manifest
in Christ," "Christian Life ss a
MRS. PICKETT DIES.
Mrs. J. C. Pickett, aged 28, died at
1:30 n. m. today at St. Anthony s hos
pital, after a few dnys IllneBs. She is
survived by her husbsnd and her par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Bell. Funeral ser
vices will be at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow
from the Brown chapel with Rev. U.
L. Drill, pastor, officiating, East Or-
Ladies and Childrens
Come in and get our prices
M 1 H
Fancy Light Bacon
43 Cents Per round
2 lbs. or 44c
Juicy Steak 15c
Fancy Roast .... 12 '.c
Fat Boil 8c
SMELT and CLAMS
In this coat drew
It comes in ill
Sizes from 36 t 52
Get your pattern at
Our Butterick Pattern
Then buy your
Material at our piece-
The Dehor showi you
How to make the dreu
Step by ep
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Patterns including Deltoj
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RS3 -t3 III
Silence That Is
THE merchant who fails to
"speak up" lets a lot of gold
en sales slip past his store.
This lost business goes either
to his competitor down the street,
or, by the mail order route, to the
big city store.
People are often surprised to find
that the goods' they bought "un
sight unseen" from a catalogue
can be seen and examined in the
local store 1
Tell your buying public what you
have. ADVERTISE in The Gazette-Times
and invite the whole
community to your store. And
MOST FOLKS SHOP
WHERE THEY ARE
INVITED TO SHOP.
A New Year
Mortal man is annually inspired with
the advent of a New Year. It i3 human
nature and it is good. For many it has
marked a turning point for better
A little keen study of such lives soon
discloses the secret of success. It is en
ergy, plus will-to-achieve, plu3 modera
tion in daily living, plus a saving of part
of that acquired.
In this civilization, money is our
method of exchange. The man with a
bank account is a better workman be
cause his mind is free to achieve and en
joy better things.
You know the truth of these state
ments. Why don't you resolve now to
make 1925 a more successful year?
This Institution is willing and anxious
to assist and serve you.
Fir National Bank
Maxwell - Chrysler
Fisk Tires and Satisfactory and Weil
Known Atwater-Kent Radio Sets.
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
Guaranteed Automobile Electricians and
General Repair Shop.
WALTER L LA DUSIRE, Prop.
U. S. TIRES
GAS, OILS, GREASE
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER