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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1923.
B. C. Allen and wife of Redmond,
and Mrs. C. H. GoUUmita of Bend,
were guests for several days the past
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Clark on Eig-ht Mile. Mrs. Al
len was formerly Miss Nellie Clark,
and Mrs. Goldsmith is a sister of
Mrs. Clark, who, with her husband
lived at Heppner some eight years
ago, when Mr. Goldsmith was engaged
in the blacksmithing business here.
These people were visitors with Mr.
and Mrs. Clark in this city on Satur
day. Friends here were in receipt of the
news this week announcing the death
of Dorothea Ross, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Ross, evanglists who
assisted with the dedication of the
new Christian church at Heppner a
couple of years ago and held a meet
ing here at that time. The young
woman, who was about 18 years of
age, died at Los Angeles, California,
recently, and the past week her re
mains were brought to Forest Grove
Emil Carlson, who raises grain suc
cessfully in the Gooseberry country,
was doing business in Heppner on
Monday. He is very busy now with
the spring plowing and states that
the ground never worked up better.
Moimure is just right now, and if
rains come along in due season, the
crop will be all right. He finished
reaeeding some 250 acres to hard
federation just recently, and the
grain is coming up nicely,
C. J. Anderson was doing business
in Heppner on Friday. He states that
the farmers in his vicinity the low
er Gooseberry section, are getting
along pretty well with their re-seeding
and he hopes for weather condi
tions that will promote the growth of
the grain. That December freeze
spoiled one mighty good prospect for
a wheat crop, but Mr. Anderson hopes
for the best.
Bub Clark had hit Ford sedan treat
ed to a full new set of balloon tires
the past week, preparatory to leav
ing on a trip to California. He and
Mrs, Clark departed Tuesday morn
ing on the journey, Bub expecting to
put in some six weeks shearing sheep
there before the season opens here.
J. W. Osbom, extensive land own
er and wheat raiser of Cecil, was a
visitor here on Monday. He has re
needed some six hundred acres of his
land, and states that his section is
pretty well done with this work.
Spring plowing is the next thing in
Mrs. E. S. Duran of Lexington vis
ited Heppner a short time on Friday.
Mrs. Duran has just recently re- !
turned from a visit with relatives at I
Frescott, Touchet and Pasco, Wash. I
She has a brother residing at Pres
cott whom she had not seen for many
Martin Re id returned home from
Portland on Sunday. For the greater
part of the past two months Mr.
Reid has been under the care of phy
sicians in Portland, and he returns
home quite improved in health, and
considerably reduced In avoirdupois.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Huston were in
the city Monday from their Eight
Mile home. Mr.' Huston has his re
seeding done and is going ahead with
the spring plowing, determined not
to worry over crop prospects and
The new feed cutting machine that
Judge Campbell ordered some time
since, has arrived at Heppner and is
being put in shape to go on the job'
at the Barney Doherty sheep shed
down in Sand Hollow, for the grind
ing of fertiliser.
Two salesmen wanted for this ter
ritory to soil Wearproof men's 1 12.60
suits. Selective patterns. Best sell
er. Repeater, Commissions daily.
417 Exchange Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Chas, Latourell returned the end
of tho week from Portland where he
spent several days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer A ken, who
spent a couple of weeks at Heppner,
returned to Portland Sunday. They
are making their home in that city
for the present, having moved there
some time since from Centralis, Wn.
R. M. Hart came up from Portland '.
on Saturday and is visiting at the ;
home of his sister, Mrs. Ellen Buscick
this week, and attending to some
business matters here.
The Willing Workers will serve a
big chicken dinner on Thursday, Ap
ril 9, at the parlors oi the Christian
church, for the sura of 60c. At this
time they will also conduct an apron
Ed Clark it home from Portland
and wilt take charge of the Hiram
Clark place and run it in the future.
He has been working in Portland for
W. C. Lacy came up from Portland
on Friday and is spending a few days
here, attending to business pertaining
to his farm at the head of Blackhorse.
Mrs. Alvah Jones and Mrs. Ira
Lewis, estimable ladies of Lexington,
were visitors in JEIeppner for a Bhort
time on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Lax ton McMurray of lone was
a visitor here for a short time on Fri
day, being accompanied by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Low,
Man and wife want work on stock
farm. Good workers Will come at
once. E. N. Lissner, 440 Broadway,
Ike Dempsey came in on Sunday
from his home at Rickreall, Oregon.
He is looking over the prospects here
for road work.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burroughs were
in the city from the Burroughs farm
at Jordan Siding on Friday.
J. A. Adams, extensive farmer of
Hardman, was doing business in
Heppner on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ayers returned
home Friday evening from a short
stay in Portland.
A. M. Zink of lone was in the city
on Friday, looking after business affairs.
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
If you are able to make the moot won) out
of the Irttem contained In th word "TOI
LET NKOKSSITIES." A total of 13.009 IN
CASH pritei wilt be awarded to competit
ors in this
GREAT WORD-BUILDING CONTEST
Send stamp for circular and rules. Ad
dress, Shi-fTMd Laboratories, Dept. 12,
Gilliam & Bisbee s
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SOMETHING NEW ! Win
chester Garden Tools for spring
work. They are the best. Try
We are headquarters for sport
ing goods. Baseballs, bats, etc.
A limited number of $4.00 Win-
. chster Tips for $2.00.
Fishing Tackle of the right
kind and at the right price, with a
Winchester Guns and Ammuni'
tion. Come in and see the new
55 Model Rifle, "the Bear Gun."
,22's of all kinds for rabbit shoot
Sale agents for Dr. Hess's stock
Food and Tonics. 50c a month
for a horse or mule; he will shed
the old hair early, lose the-worms
pull on th ebit and will do more
work. Try a 25-lb. pail. If not
satisfied your money will be re
funded. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY
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
Heppner, Lexington, lone
Mr. Bert Bennett nd children cl
the M. V. Logan ranch, who have been
visiting with Mrs. J. McEntire of
Killarney, returned to her home on
Mack Smith, who hat been right
hand man at the La tit Camp during
lambing season, left on Thursday for
Heppner where he will rusticate for a
Mn. H. Everett of Wasco, who hai
been visiting with her daughter, Hra.
L. L. Funk of the Logan cottage, re
turned to her home on Thursday.
Mrs. L. L. Funk, accompanied by
Mrs. Win. Sexton, Mrs. H. Everett and
Mrs. L. Harman and daughter, were
all lone callers on Wednesday.
Clinton Harper, who has been work
ing for W. V. Pedro of Ewing for the
past few months, left on Thursday
Mrs. L. L. Funk and Mrs. Wn. Sex
ton of the Logan Cottage visited with
Mrs. J. E. Crabtree of Cuckoo Flats
D. L. Smith and party of Arlington
were busy unloading two cars of seed
wheat at the Cecil warehouse on
Mrs. Alf Medlock and sons of Bock
clirTe spent a few days during the
week with Mrs. Pat Medlock at Mor
gan. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Streetcr and fam
ily spent Saturday evening with Mrs.
G. Miller and son Elvin of Highview.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rood, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. D. Goodman .of Hepp
ner were calling in Cecil on Sunday.
Miss Helen Streeter of Cecil was
the guest of Miss Laura Chandler of
Willow creek ranch on Wednesday.
Sam Barnett and Mathew Ball, both
of Eight Mile, are busy hauling seed
wheat from the Cecil warehouse.
John Kelly of Heppner, accompanied
by Oral Henriksen of the Moore ranch
were Cecil callers on Thursday.
W. G. Hynd, David Hynd and Miss
Nellie Doney were Sunday callers in
and around Cecil.
Louis Montague and son "Babe" of
Eight Mile were business callers in
Cecil on Saturday.
Jack Hynd, H. V. Tyler and H. W.
Krebs were all county seat visitors
during the week.
Mrs. K. W. Farnsworth of Rhea Si
ding was visiting in Arlington on Fri
Mr. and Mrs. T. Yocum of Wasco
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L.
B. H. Grady of Lexington was
transacting business in Cecil on Mon
day. J. J. McEntire of Killarney was
doing business in Arlington on Thurs
day, Miss Cleta Palmateer of Windy
nook was a Cecil caller on Thursday.
Emery Gentry of Heppner was call
ing on his Cecil friends on Thursday.
J. W. Osborn was a business call
er in Arlington on Thursday.
LOST Lavalliere, in small brown
purse; valuable as keepsake. Finder
return to this office.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hopper drove
to Arlington Tuesday afternoon for
a short visit with friends.
Pass It around
after every meal.
Give the family
the benefit of its
aid to digestion.
Clean, teeth too.
Keep it always
in flie house.
y Costs little - helps much
You do not soon forget that
which stands for perfect-coffee
satisfaction Golden West.
The memory of that last deli
cious sip carries over to the
But, remember, too, that much
of the quality you like in
Golden West comes from
the mountain sides of distant
lands where the world's best
flavored hiyh-qroifin coffee
berries are selected. The rest
the result of 40-years of
scientific blending and roast
ing, and of vacuum packing
to carry that goodness to you.
AIm trr Golden West Tea.
U ran ye Pekoe & Green Japan
HENRY PETERSON SELLS OUT.
According to the lone Independent,
Henry, Peterson, Eight Mile farmer,
has disposed of his farm, stock and
machinery to -Henry Baker of Walla
Walla. The deal was pot over just
recently by Hap Woods, realtor of
lone. In the trade Mr. Peterson re
ceives 30 acre, of improved land near
Walla Walla, and possession passes
to th parties at once.
APPLES I am closing oat the last
of my Newtons at Oe, f. o. b. Hood
River, cash with order. Also while
they last, a few boxes of small New
tons, Winesaps and Spitsenbergs, at
50c a box. Bliss L. Clark, R. 1, Box
121. Hood River, Oiron.
PAINTING AND PAPERHAHG1NG
W. T. Brookhouser
PHONE MAIN 703
Or leave orders with Peoples Hardware Co.
r . Mm .
Kenneth Harlan starring in
Harold Bell Wright's "Recre
ation of Brian Kent",
wearing a Hardeman Hat.
Men buy. Hardeman Hats not only for
good looks but for proven qualities of
hat -endurance. They are guaranteed to
keep their excellent shape.
Last minute styles with full season service
are embodied in the new Hardeman.
Made in two weights in all popular shades.
David A. Wilson
A Man's Store For Men
Come in and look over my new location in
which will make it possible to give you bet
ter service in all lines of men's
work and dress clothes
Gtsdnin Lec k ad ta
pan with a Kay
Th handy key-oiwnlnir top la
quickly, easily, safety removed.
No can-opener; no d tutting In;
no raw edfies to rut you. You ,
have a convenient container
when the coffee u pone.
CLOSSET A DEVER9, COFFEES 4 TEAS EXCLUSIVELY,
PORTLAND AND SEATTLE
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Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get H or
it Is not made.
We have a very beautiful showing of all the new
weaves and materials for Spring. Come
in and look them over.
BEFORE BUYING COME IN AND SEE
OUR LADIES' SILK HOSE.
Have ju& placed in
&ock a few
It might interest you to look
them over. We will be
glad to show them.
March Deliniator and
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, ONLY $2 A YEAR
The success of our patrons and
the progress of the community are vi
tal necessities of our own success.
Consequently for our mutual benefit
we take pleasure and pride in pro
viding for your requirements as a
depository for funds, making of loans
and rendering advice in financial,
FirA 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