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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1925.
Th it A d m at ih f
Mr. J. K. Jonn. Ut WednrwUy !
iftmw,n. Km. Ai!-n. tht president.. '
appointed two new roTnmitte chair j
ir-n, Wr. S. H Boardman. for the i
MitMionary emtrjitte and Mr. Her- i
in for th ocml committee. Other j
ft.prtir.ttnentp will be irde Uter. Next j
mrltnf be tr annual roil call :
with a bkrt dinner in the church, j
a rrofrram in the a'ternoon and the j
1 'malt t la Ard'-r a furt, Krcp the
date in mind, ard everybody be pre- j
tiit on May 6th. :
Vr, and Mr. Lowell Spaffie left j
Tuesday for Hubbard, Ore., where j
they will viwt for a htrt time with
Mr. Spapiea parent. They will also i
t Saiem before return. nr.
Mn. J. C Ba'Ier.per and Maxene
went to The Dallei ar-tin cn Satur
day to be with her parents. They
returned Saturday eve nine.
Mr. Nick GapHa and children of
Coyote left lt week for Seattle to
viit her mother.
Mra. Ralph Melotte of Heppner and
Mra. Albert Maeomber of Arlington
spent the week end at the W. H. Mef
Mr. and Mra, Pave Thomas have
returned to their home in Wapato af
ter visiting at the W. H. Mefford
S. L. Beck it drilling a well on the
W. A, Price ranch. Mr. Beck has
drilled a number of artesian well?
here, and it is hoped that one will
Ire found cn the Price ranch also.
Uttle Xfilton Wahl, 3 y?a-s of ape,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wahl,
passed away Saturday nipht at The
Dal lea from cancer. He had been
hoverinp near death for several days
and death came as a relief from his
suffering. A number of months ago
he fell on a stone and bruised the
bone near the temple. This developed
into a cancerous condition and altho
everything: possible was done for him,
even the radium treatment being: used
it was all to no avail. The family
have been at The Dalles with him for
the past week so they mipht have him
nearer medical attention. The sym
pathy of the community is extended
to the bereaved family.
Rev. Wiibur, S. S. missionary,
preached at the local church Sunday.
He is an able and interesting speaker.
Mrs, Asheife!ter and daughter.
Miss Maxene Alice, have been victims
of the flu for the past week. The
Aahenfelters are domiciled in the W.
A. Goodwin home.
A most delicious dinner was that
given Sunday evening when Mr. and
Mra. Lee Mead were hosts to 0. T.
Hereim and family.
Miss Edith Beebe of Walla Walla
is here visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A.
Price and family.
Good news: Boardman defeated
Stanfield Sunday to the tune of 11
to 7. The score stood 11 to 1 until
the eighth inning when Stanfield
boosted their score 6 more points.
Alton Klitx pitched the entire game
and fanned out 10 men. It was an
exciting game and as predicted
Boardman brought home the bacon.
Next game is Sunday at Hermiston,
with Hermiston team crossing bats
with the Boardman boys. Good luck
A baseball was thrown through one
of the plate glass windows of Ralph
Davis sedan. The little Biakeslee
girl of Umatila was in the car and
her arm was cut by a piece of flying
M ra. Chas. Ki ie r re tu m ed home
last week aftre several months ab
sence in Portland where she has been
under a doctor's care. She is report
ed to be somewhat improved.
Jake DeWeese of Arlington visited
Saturday night and Sunday with his
son Max and family. His wife has
been here for the past week.
C. S. Calkins and family were din
ner guests at the J. T. Healey home
J. C. Ballenger and Maurice Good
win motored to Condon Tuesday on
business. Mrs. A. T. Hereim and ba
by went as far as Arlington with
irg 7 to In P;ne City's favor. TSe I
victory for Pine City was largely due
to the very good pitching of their
pitcher ho, if he keeps up the good
work, will soen make a name for kisa
!f in bant-bail.
Kroet Frederirkpon i seriously
i:l at hn home tn Salem with stomach
There is to be a smoker here Fri
dkv night. My 1st, followed by a
dance. Music by the Heppner or
chestra.. Bruce Grady and Alva Jones were
business visitors at lone Tuesday of
M r. and Mrs. Lonnie Copenhawr
were in from their farm at Sand Hol
ow on Wednesday. They report the
grain growing fine in that section.
Miss Gladys Benge, 5th ard 6th
trade teacher, and Mra. Gerald White
Srd and 4th grade teacher, were visit
ing the neighboring town schools on
Thursday of last wtek, going to the
lone achoo! in the forenoon and to
Heppner in the afternoon.
Fred Lucas spent two days of last
week in The Dalles on business.
Mrs. Wm. Beymer of Heppner met
with a alight accident in Lexington
last Saturday when her car took a
freak notion to leave the highway and
crash into the corner of Bruce Grady's
office. Outside of a punctured tire
and a bent fender to the car and a
hole in the corner of the building,
no damage was done and no one was
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Nichols from
Puyallup, Wash, are here visiting
irtensd and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson and
son Kenneth returned Thursday from
Hubbard, Ore, where they spent a
week visiting Ralph s parents.
Mrs. Fred Lucas entertained on
Saturday with six tables of bridge.
The priie winners were Mrs. Ralph
Thompson, first, Mrs. Wm. Ball, sic
ond, and Mrs. McNamer, consolation
Don't forget the picture Saturday
night: Gloria Swanson in "Blue
Beard's 8th Wife-
Rev. James I'endletm and wife of
Condon Congregtional church, were
visitors in Lexington and Heppner
Sunday, Mr. Pendleton speaking at
Heppner and Mrs. Pendleton spoke to
the Lexington people. They are both
irood talkers and were enjoyed very
Mr. and Mra. Bruce Grady and
family spent SunHsy with Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Swindle at Heppner.
Delvin Cox and family of Roosevelt,
Wash., were visiting her over the
week-end. Mr. Cos is proprietor of
the Roosevelt hotel.
Neil White and family have rented
tbeir wheat farm north of Lexington
to Chas. Marquardt and have moved
to Tkiah where Neil has rented a
A letter from Mrs. Clark Davis at
Salem reports that her daughter was
laid up with a broken arm, caused by
a fall. Jt teems that the Davis family
have had more than their share of
sirkneas since moving to Salem.
Harry Dinges returned from Port
land Saturday where he has been
for the past week visiting his mother.
Rev. Wallace Jones and family
went on a visit to Nrwberg last week
Mr. Jours returned horn Saturday
but left Mrs. Jones and children there
for a longer visit.
The baseball game between Pin
Oily and Lexington last Saturday was
very interesting one, the score b-
Melville Logan, sheriff of Gilliam
county, accompanied by his son Gene
were calling on their old friends in
the Cecil vicinity on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lowe and son
Bob of Cecil and Walter Pope of Hill
side, were visitors at Hiphview, the
home of Mrs, Geo. A. Miller, on Sun
day. A large picnic was given by the
members of the Rhea Siding Sunday
school on Easter Sunday and a de
lightful time was spent by the many
I'amilies who were present.
E. W. Erickson of Grass Valley was
calling on Mrs. Jack Hynd at Butter
by Flats on Sunday.
Geo. Henriksen of Strawberry
ranch and V. H. Tyler of Rhea Sid
ing were doing business in Heppner
on Wednesday. J. W. Osborn of
Fairview was aiso calling in Hepp
ner on the same day.
J. J. McEntire of Killatr.ey was do
ing business 'ji Arlington on Thurs
day. Miss Annie Hynd of Sand Hollow
spent Monday evening at Butterby
Fiats. leaving on Tuesday morning
with her brother Jack, bound for the
Hynd Bros, ranch at Freeseout.
Chas. Henriksen, who has been vis
iting his friends on Willow creek for
several weeks, left for his home in
Portland on Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Scott and daughter, Miss
Cora, of Freeieout, arrived at But
terby Fiats on Thursday and will visit
with her aunt, Mrs. Jack Hynd, for
a few days.
Miss Minnie H. Lowe, teacher of
Rhea Siding school, spent Thursday
evening with Mrs. Karl Farnsworth at
Congratulations are extended to
Miss Minnie Ries, teacher of the Four
Mile school, on her marriage to An
drew Skiles of Arlington on April
11th at lone.
Ralph McCormick. who is looking
after things at Windynook during the
absence of Wid Palmateer, was doing
business in Cecil on Saturday.
Harold Ahait, government trapper.
is busy looking over the trapping con
ditions of this part of the county.
L. L. Funk of the Curtiss cottage
near Cecil, autoed to Arlington on
Saturday to meet his sister-in-law.
Mrs. A. Ross and son who will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Funk for some time be
fore returning to their home in Was
Cecil was visited on Wednesday,
April 15th, with a terrific sand, wind
and hail as large as marbles, rain,
thunder and lightning, which all
strived to be masters at one time for
about an hour. Inhabitants all were
more frightened than hurt. Thurs
day and Friday our community was
visited each day with the same kind
of storm. Saturday, at noon rain
was falling quietly and land was get
ting what it has needed for many
weeks. All farmers in particular are
:n rood spirits once more.
Mrs. T. H. Lowe and daughter. Miss
A. C. Lowe, spent Saturday with the
Hynd brothers at their ranch in Sand
Hollow and brought back a sample of
alfalfa (which has been on view in
Cecil) that was grown at Sand Hoi
low. It measured 31V4 inches in
length when first out and was taken
from a small field surrounding the
house and from land belonging to
Hynd Bros. No water had been used.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnett of lone
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Havercost at Rhea Siding.
Mrs. T. H. Lowe and daughter, Miss
Annie C. Lowe, were calling on Mrs.
J. J. McEntire at Killamey Thursday.
G. Hirsch of Bend arrived in Cecil
on Thursday and will work for W.
Pope at Hillside for some time, plow
ing while Walter and Shorty Shaver
are drilling the well which is now
down almost six hundred feet and no
great show of water as yet. A good
flow has been had but disappeared
J. L. Jones of Lexington made a
short call in Cecil on Wednesday. He
was enroute for his old home in the
Willamette valley for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardesty and
family of Morgan were visiting at the
home of Mrs. J. H. Streeter at Cecil
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chandler of
Willow creek ranch were doing busi
ness in Arlington on Monday,
time had expired.
Court approved and allowed the fol
H. S. Taylor. Pist. SO $ 1S5.B7
W. H. Farrens, Dist. '
State. Aeei. Com.. Rosda S4.9S
E. H. Turner. Pist. 78.58
H. E. Instone. Pist. 17 71
Jack A vera, Dist. 17 82.43
W. W. Smead, Cur. Ex. 22.50
County Agent - S00.00
C. B. Orai, Sealer 10.08
H. B. Walker, Cur. Ex. S.00
W. T. Scott, Overseer 25.00
A. D. McMurdo. Physician . 10.00
Rebecca Knight. Wid. Pen 32.50
Lydia Ritchie, Wid. Pen. . 10.00
Dorothy Patterson, Wid. Pen. 10.00
Minnie E. Zochert. Wid. Pen. 10.00
Mrs. N. S. Hall, Poor 25.00
Ida Fletcher, Poor - 15.00
Jess Kirk, Poor 30.00
Andy Rood, Poor - .00
Pac. Tel. Co, Cur. Ex. .. 30.35
J. F. Gorham, Sheriff . 28.20
Geo. McPufTee. Sheriff 66.85
H. M. Walker. Supt 22.00
W. M. Ayera, Court House 14.00
Heppner Light Co, Ct. Hse. 6O.S0
C. A. Miller, Court House.... 9.00
Patterson Son, Ct Hsc... 9.25
Glass & Prudhomme, Asses'or 8.62
Gaiette-Times. Various 20.35
A. E. Perry, Watermaster 51.37
A. L. Cornett, Jus. Ct 10.10
W. M. Avers, Jus. Ct .. 1.00
F. H. Robinson, Jus. Ct 9.50
Ray Young, et al, Jus. Ct 35.00
Fred Raymond, Dist 9 13.45
G. A. Bleakman, Co. Ct 14.50
L. P. Davidson, Co. Ct 18.70
W. L. McCaleb, Gen. Road . S.50
J. S. Beckwith, Cir. Ct 10.00
Ralph Jackson, et al, Cir. Ct 163.30
J. W. Kirschner. Roads 60.00
W. O. Bayless. Roads 15.00
State Health Board. Co. Ct. .. 15.00
F. Shiveley, Gen. Road 81.00
F. A S. Bank, Roads 158.10
Bank of lone. Roads 113.85
Arlington Bank, Roads 43.69
First National Bank, Roads .. 1,475.94
S. D. Dennis of lone has been at the
Heppner surgical hospital during the
past two weeks, recovering from shock
caused by the extraction of a number
of bad teeth. He is able to be out
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
Castle Hall of Doric Lodge No. 20,
Knights of Pythias. ,
Whereas, the Supreme Chancellor
on high has called from our midst
Sir Knight W. A. Richardson; and
Whereas, Sir Knight Richardson
was a faithful member of Doric Lodge
No. 20, and always ready and willing
to respond to any call made upon
him in behalf of the Order of Knights
of Pythias, therefore be it
Resolved, that we, as brother
Knights, bow in reverence to the de
cree of the Supreme Chancellor on
high. That our sympathy is extend
ed to the members of his home and
loved ones. Be it also
Resolved that a copy of these res
olutions be spread upon our minutes,
a copy sent to the bereaved family
and also a copy furnished the press.
W. W .SMEAD,
W. O. DIX,
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
In memory of Sister Ida Wright,
who died April 19, 1925.
And when a few more days are flown,
And the last lingering sand is gone,
With' Jesus nigh
How blessed then to lay me down
It seemeth such a little way to me,
To that strange country, the Be
yond; And yet, not strange for it has grown
The home of those of whom we are
Again that unwelcome yet relent
less visitor, death, hath entered the
portals of our lodge room and sum
moned a dear sister to the beautiful
home beyond. Her zealous work in
the interests of our beloved Order.
and her life, laden with gentleness
and kind deeds, haa won for her the
plaudit of the Good Master, and will
cause her name to be cherished In
the affectionate memory of our Lodge.
And Whereas, the all-wise Father
hath called our beloved sister to the
New Jerusalem, where "happily she
hath heard the signal of her release
on the bells of the Holy City, the
chimes of peace." And ahe having
been a faithful and ardent worker
in the teaching of Friendship, Love
and Truth, therefor be it
Resolved, That Mistletoe Rebekah
Lodge, No. 25, in testimony of her
loes, and to express its Rebekah love,
drape its charter in mourning for
thirty days and that we tender to
the family of our deceased sister our
sincere condolence and that a copy of
these resolutions be sent to the fam
ily. IDA J. AYERS,
HELEN M. WALKER,
SHIRLEY R. ROBINSON,
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL
Notice is hereby given that th un
dersigned, by virtue of the statutes
of the State of Orgon, has taken up
the hereinafter described animal,
found running at large on his prem
ises in Morrow County, Oregon, and
that he will, on Saturday, the 9th
day of May, 1925, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of aaid day.
at his farm one mile north of Jordan
Elevator, sell to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, th following des
cribed animal, to-wit: One bay horse
mule, about 5 year Bold, weight about
1000 pounds, branded JR connected on
right shoulder; unless the said ani
mal shall have been redeemed by the
owner or owners thereof, or legal rep
resentatives. J. C. MEAD.
NOTICE OF SALE.
' In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Mult
nomah, Department of Probate.
In the matter of the Guardianship
of Earl W. Slocum, a minor:
Notice is hereby given that Edna
L. Slocum, guardian of the person
and estate of Earl W. Slocum, a mi
nor, has been authorised and empow
ered by the above entitled court to
sell at private sale the said minor's
west quarter SWW) of the
undivided one-third interest in and
to all the following described real
property situated in Morrow County,
State of Oregon:
The south half (S) of the
northeast quarter (NEV4), the
north half (Ntt) of the South
east quarter (SE4 the south-
A Sweet Breath
at all times I 1
r the rr
After eatino or aoklnt
Wri&ley'a ftvthrn the mouth
ana sweetens tne Dream.
Nerves are soothed, throat Is
refreshed and digestion aided.
So easy to carry the little packet!
H - after ei?ery meall
Frank Farnsworth spent the pant
week in Hard man and vicinity visit
ing with friends.
School was dismissed yesterday, Ap
ril 21, so that those who wished could
attend the funeral of Mrs. A. E.
The last baseball game played by
the Hardman high team ended in a
defeat for the local boy a. The score
wan 14-1 in favor of Heppner.
The next ball game wilt be with
lone at Hardman, April 25 at 2:30.
It it hoped that the weather will be
better than when the Lexington team
was to play here. The game had to
be postponed because of the weather.
Proceedings of April
Term County Court
Court met In regular session Wed
nesday, April 1, 1925, with all offi
cers present, when wer had the fol
Court made an order in regard to
the taking up and sale of abandoned
and neglected horses.
Court leased one rock crusher to
J. W. Hansell for on month for the
sum of $125.00.
Court made a lease for 800 acres In
Sec. and 10, Twp. 6 8., R. 28 E. W.
M. to C. A. Minor, for on year for
Court approved the road viewers'
report of the petition of Neil Doher
ty et al, and ordered said road estab
lished and opened after the statutory
WATCH ! !
Cash & Carry
For a Real Bargain
By Looking Over These Prices
Tires All Cords
33x5, truck ....
High Test Tubes
These tires are guaranteed against defec
tive workmanship and materials. They
are to be sold within the next 30 days
southeast quarter tSE"), the
east half (EH) of the aouthwest
quarter tSWk), and the aouth
west quarter (SW) of the
southwest quarter of Section
25; the aoutheast quarter (SK1)
of the southeast quarter (SEW)
of Section 26; the northeast
quarter (N'Ett) of Section 36;
the north half (NVs), the west
half (W4) of the aouthwest
quarter (SW14), the southeast
quarter (SK4) of the southwest
quarter (SWdl, and the north
half (N4) of the southeast quar
ter (SEW) of Section 86; all in
Township 4 South, Range 27 East
of Willamette Meridian;
Also, the west half (WH) of
the southwest quarter (SW4)
and southwest quarter (SW14) of
the northwest quarter (NW14)
of Section 30; the west half
(Wm of the southwest quarter
(SW) and the west half (WH)
of the northwest quarter (NWW)
of Section 31; all in Township
4 South, Range 28 East of the
On and after the 22nd dav of Mav.
1925, the said guardian will receive
hiri at her TORiiiencM. Wilhnr
Street, Portland, Oregon, for the aaid
minors undivided one-third interest
in the above described real property.
Each bid ahould atat th amount of
cash th. purchaser will pay when his
bid is accepted and the terms upon
which he will pay the balenc of the
EDNA L. SLOCUM.
Guardian of Earl W. Slocum minor.
Dated thia 23rd day of April. 1925.
First publication April 83, 1925.
l ast publication May 21, 1925.
Gilliam & Bisbees
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
SOMETHING NEW! Win
chester Garden Toots 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 Bar Gun."
.22's of all kinds for rabbit shoot
ing. 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 wilt be re
funded. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY
RGaSin7 SERVICE STATION
Oils, Differential, Transmission and
TIRES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
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Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get it or
it is not made.
It Is Worth While To Buy From Us
Flour $9.00 to $10.00 bbl. Scratch Feed, $3.40 per aack
Horse Feed, $46 to $53 ton Egg Mash $3.25 per aack
MILLKLN AND OTHER FEEDS ON THE SAME BASIS
WE DELIVER IN TOWN
Brown Warehouse Co.
PAINTING AND PAPEKHANG1NG
W. T. Brookhouser
PHONE MAIN 703
Or leave orders with Peoples Hardware Co.
HARWOOD'S JEWELRY STORE
Fisk Tires and Satisfactory and Well
Known Atwater-Kent Radio Sets.
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
Guaranteed Automobile Electricians and
General Repair Shop.
WALTER L. LA DUSIRE, Prop.
There's a RADIOLA for
PRICE CHANGES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st
Guaranteed to Aug. 1st
RADIOLA III $45.25
(Not loud speaking)
RADIOLA III-A $98.50
($108J $30.00 down, $7.86 per month.)
RADIOLA REGENOFLEX $134.00
($147.00-140.00 down, $10.70 per month)
RADIOLA X $165.00
($1810 $46.00 down, $13.66 per month)
RADIOLA SUPERHETRODYNE, $272.00
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Pr.cM includo cost of delivery and initallation with guar
antee and three montha' free aervtce privilege.
A big organixation extending over three countios onablei
us to give real lervice and satisfaction.
MAURICE A. FRYE
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 8TUDEBAKER 81SES
ARE YOUR VALUABLE
ARE THEY EXPOSED TO FIRE AND
THEFT? Let us show you our steel in
cased individual Safe Deposit Boxes
where at a small cost your insurance pol
icies, bonds and other valuable papers
will be SAFE.
Fanners & Stockgrowers National .
Heppner Bank 0reKn
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, April 21 & 25
RICHARD TALMADGE in
Here we have our famoua STUNT KINO with' Ton Wilson
(the negro comedian), .Stuart Holmeft and Billie Dove in A Riot -of
Thrills! A Howl of Comedy! A Scream of Melodrama!
"Should Poker Players Marry"
comedy, with the last episode of
"THE WAY OF A MAN"
SUNDAY, APRIL 26 (One Day Only)
John Gilbert, Norma Shearer, ConrJd Nagle, Phyllis
Haver and Hedda Hopper in
Based on the novel by Helen U. Martin, Clever, humor
ous, searching, cripping. ONE OF THE BEST 1'ICTURES OF
THE SEASON, with a superb cast. The story of a man who
was too irood for the rest of the family, "A Snob."
I)ONT MISS IT.
MONDAY, APRIL 27
MRS. BELLE C0URTER
The Blind Entertainer
Readings and recitations, vocal and Instrumental muale.
MrB, Courter fsespecinlly gifted In tho art of Jmpesronatlon,
and during the program will imporsonnto the following char
acters: The Boy who got even with Sis.
The Little Girl who apilt the beans to the Missionary agent.
The Lisping Lover
Auntie Ilnleful, the cheerful visitor.
The Dark Preacher. And othera.
A program to please both young and old. A good time
Children 25c, Adults 40c
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
APRIL 28, 29 and 30
"THE COVERED WAGON"
This wonderful picture is soon to be wothdrawn from
service and this will be your last chance to see it for
CHILDREN 25c . ADULTS 50c
All children occupying seats must buy tickets