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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1925.
Mr. r.d Uti E. W. Prk end Xn
W. H. ocilTtl of th Hiphway Irm
mnar4 to 1 he Pellet Saturday.
Jen Wrila. coumjt assessor, hay
htr doing m assessing over in
tr-1 part of the county the past few
The Hum Alice A.drirh, Louise
Sr. Minan Fwift, end Mn. Joyce
Willie motored to Umatilla Satur
day evening to attend the movie.
J. C Beilenger and family were
Hermiston visitors Friday. While
there they called on Mra. Raymond
Crowder and little dsuchter, Phyllis
Rae. Mother and babe are getting
alonf splendidly and returned to
their home on Monday from the
nurne'a, Mrs. Hayden'e home.
C. G. Blayden and Bob Rayburo
were Hermiston visitors Saturday.
While there Mr. Blayden had two
Howell Spagle and wife returned
from Hubbard and Salem, Ore, where
they visited. Mr. Spagle returned to
Salem again where he will be employ
ed on the highway.
Mr. and Mm. Paul Derr.aro and
bal.y, former residents of Boardman.
who have been living at The Danes
visited a few days with her father.
W. H. Gilbreth and family. They
lcft Monday for La Grande where
Mr. Demaro will be employed on the
Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Root motored
to Sunnyside, Wash, last Friday.
They took Mr. Root's brother, Marvin
Root and family, to Mabton, where
they boarded the train for Seattle
where they expect to make their lu
ture home. They have been living
at Hermiston the past several
months. Mr. and Mrs. Root returned
home Saturday. Mrs. Max De Weese
had charge of the postoffice during
Mrs. Root's absence.
What has happened to the Board-marj-Irrigon
Fair? Have heard noth
ing of it for some time.
A number of Boardman people are
interested in the damage suit of
Frank B. Ritchie against the Walla
Walla Valley Ry. Co., and the O.-W.
R. and N. company, now pending in
the Pendleton courts. He is suing
for 17000 damage for the death of
hit baby about a year ago, who fell
into a post hole and was strangled
because the scarf around his neck
caught in a wire which was over the
Mrs. Ritchie visited Boardman in
the interest of the C. E. work and
made a number of friends while here.
W. A. Murchie who has been in
the hospital at The Dalles was moved
to his home in Wasco. He is im
proving and the abscess which has
caused him such pain .is healing.
Miss Irene Jensen spent the week
end at her home in Walla Walla.
W. H. Stewart and wife and son
Ray of Echo, were boosters for
Boardman at the ball game Sunday.
Mr. Hayes, the new maintainer on
this section of the highway has rant
ed the C. G. Blayden house opposite
the Boardman Trading company
Frank Famsworth of Okanogan.
Wash., an old fnend of John Jenkins,
and J. J. Wells of Heppner. visited
at the Jenkina home Thursday. Mr.
Farnsworth was the man who lost
his wife last winter m-hen she was
burned to death in their home.
Mrs. Henry Klag'.es and daughter.
Mrs. Harvey Huff, spent the day with
Mra. Royal Rar.ds on Tuesday.
Mrs. John Jenkins has been on the
sick list hut is much improved.
Friends will be interested to hear
of the arrival of a pound son
at the home of Mr. and Mra. Wil
liam Harris in Independence, Ore.
Mrs. Harris will be remembered as
Winifred Warren, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Warren.
It is reported that Mr. and Mrs.
Tattee are parents of a 9 pound son
at Cordon last week. Mrs. Pattee
ia a local girl and was formerly
R. McCarty of Freewater, Ore.,
shipped in a carload of potatoes re
cently which he disposed of in short
order, only a few sacks remaining.
Mr. and Mrs. A'bert Macomber and
Miss Mabel Gray ar.d Arthur Allen
all of Arlington, came up Saturday
night to attend the Odd Fellows
The oiling crew on the highway
have finished their work and it cer
tainly makes an excellent spjedway
like a pavement. If it were possible
to keep it in its present condition it
would be well worth while.
Boardman played in hard luck Sun
day in their game with Hermiston
and were defeated S to 1. They
expect to square themselves the next
game when they meet Hermiston on
the bom field. Kliti pitched the en
tire game but was off form and the
men of whom great things wero ex
pected failed to come up to scratch.
Eidon Wilson waa hit on the cheek
by a fast ball and had his cheek
cut open, necessitating a doctor's at
tention, and a stitch was reeded to
draw the wound together.
L. V. Root and wife made a bus
iness trip to Hermiston Monday af
ternoon. Mra. Ralph Cairs went to Hermia
ton on Wednesday to have aome den
tal work done.
Ralph Davia has traded his Max
well aedan in for a sumptuous new
Nash coach to be delivered August
Mra. J. O. Russell and family and
Francis Gilbreth spent the week-end
in The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wicklander.
Chas. Dillabaugh and Sam Shell at
tended the successful meeting of the
Pomona grange at Umapine last week.
Governor Pierce was one of the
speakers and he discussed the in
come tax question and taxes in gen
eral. George Palmeter, state grange
master, also spoke as did Senator
Taylor and A. R. Shumway, repre
sentative of Umatilla county. Mr.
Wicklander is maste rof the Pomona
grange which meets every quarter.
The next meeting will be in Board
man on July 3, with Greenfield
grange entertaining the Pomona,
which ia an organiiation of granges
in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
On their return home they had an
exciting trip battling with the wind
and finally the Ford apparently be-
The Northwest is the
Nation's last wood
lot. Forest indus
tries bring prosperity
Heppner, Lexington, lone
Everything' In Build
ing Material and Fuel
"after every meal '
Parents- encoarnfee the
children to care for their teeth f
Give them Wrlgley'g.
It removes food particles
from the teeth. Strengthens
the guns. Combats add
Jerfretln and beneficial!
cam dineourngvd and quit to they
had b towed home. Th iele
rates report a splendid trip. The
fourth degree work waa put Oft by
the team from Touchet, Wash., and
was beautiful. Thii work will be
put on here in July by one of the
degree teams. Over 500 were seated
at the table on Thursday evening
at the banquet.
Obey the Potato Law.
The grower or dealer who observes
the new potato law will benefit him
self and will not have to fear prose
cution. The law simply forces the
growers and shippers to state what
kind of stuff they are selling, and to
back it up with their name and ad
dress. No man putting up an honest
pack will try to evade the law. There
is a penalty of both fine and im
prisonment for violation, and the leg
islature made it the duty of the state
department to prosecute violators.
Leaflets giving the new law and also
the standard grades will be sent to
anyone for the asking by the State
Gilliam & Bisbee s
j& Column j&
What the trees sang: "Ashes to
ashes, dust to dust, if the loggers
don't get us, the cigarettes must."
For the lawn and garden:
Hose and sprinklers. We got
Lamp black and oil is bad for
the wool. We have the "Harm
less" sheep marking liquid.
We are headquarters for poul
try supplies of al kinds.
Now is the time to clean up
and paint up. If you buy your
paints and varnishes from us you
will get the right price and qua!
Winchester sporting goods are
Market Agentt 714 Court House, Fort-
Chae. Thomson and wife returned
home on Sunday from Portland, rid
ing in a new Studebaker six of latest
model, which Mr. Thomson purchased
while in the city.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON. FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Cecil Beckley, Plaintiff,
Pagna Beckley, Defendant.
To Pagna Beckley, defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, you are hereby required to
appear and answer the plaintiff's
complaint filed againat you in the
above entitled court on or before six
weeks from the data of the first pub
lication of this summons, to-wit: on
or before the 12th day of June, 1921,
and it you fail to so appear or ans
wer, (or want thereof, tho plaintiff
will apply to the above entitled court
for tho relief prayed for in plaintiff's
complaint, to-wit: That tho bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore exist
ins; between you and plaintiff be
forever dissolved and plaintiff have
an absolute divoere from you, and
for auch other relief as may bo just
Thia aummons U published upon
you in the Gaxette-Timea, once a
week for six successive weeks pur
suant to an order of Hon. R. L.
Beng,Judge of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, which order ia dated April
29th." 1925, and the date of the first
publication of this summon is April
JOS. J. NYS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and postoffice address,
Gasoline"1 SERVICE STATION
Oils, Differential, Transmission and
TIRES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
By Looking Over These Prices
Tires All Cords
35x5 " 32.00
32x4',, truck.. 23.25
33x5, truck .... 28.55
High Test Tubes
35x5 " 4.50
These tires are guaranteed against defec
tive workmanship and materials. They
are to be sold within the next 30 days
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
($108.50 $30.00 down, $7.88 per month.)
RADIOLA REGENOFLEX $131.00
(IU7.00-MO.00 down, $10.70 per month)
RADIOLA X $165.00
($18U0-$45.00 down, $13.66 per month)
RADIOLA SUPERHETRODYNE, $272.00
($300.00 $76.00 down, $22.50 per month)
Prices include cost of delivery and installation with guar
antee and three months' free service privilege.
A big organization extending over three counties enables
us to give roal service and satisfaction.
MAURICE A. FRYE
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL STUDEBAKER SIXES
Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get it or
it is not made.
fit K h
J' . Sv-t-Sgv," &.h& -1.:2I9. Tk Ts
1 ANOTHER CAR OF FEED Will Ar- I
1 rive This Week. Get Our Price. i
jj SPECIAL ON BABY CHICK FEED FOR A FEW WEEKS.
1 Brown Warehouse Co. J
I Phone 613 J
with paint that does coven
Good paint! The kind that proteOsand lasts!
THAT kind of paint has made the name Ras
mussen an asset to the master painter. He
knows! Rasmussen Paint qualities produce
the pleasing colors, silken texture, and lasting
smoothness that have earned him his reputa
tion as a Master painter.
Only the finest and purest ingredients go
into Rasmussen Pure Paints. These are com
bined with the skill of long experience 20
years in the business of paint making and sell
ing. Improved mechanical processes! A dou
ble grinding in oil for extra smoothness !
Ask your dealer for Color Cards.
Ask your painter for an estimate..
! nAINTS &
ly VARNISHES 5
ForExleriort I! I
RASMUSSEN PURE PAINT
Also Creosote Shingle Stain; Porch Floor Paint;1
Bam and Roof Paint; Truck, Tractor and Imple
ment Paint; Automobile Enamels; Spar Varnish;
Racora Roof Coating; Concrete and Cement
Wall-DuraWashaWeWall Paint ; RacoliteEnarnels ;
Inside Floor Paint; Oil Stains; Floor and Varnish
itauv Bath Tub Enamel; Durable F loor Varnish.
GILLIAM & BISBEE, Heppner, Oregon
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGIHG
W. T. Brookhouser
PHONE MAIN 703
Or leave orders with Peoples Hardware Co.
The forest payroll pays nearly
two-thirds of the Northwest's
wages. We cannot afford to
burn it up. Help prevent for
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
HARWOOD'S JEWELRY STORE
Maxwell - Chrysler
Fisk Tires and Satisfactory and W ell
Known Atwater-Kent Radio Sets.
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
Guaranteed Automobile Electricians and
General Repair Shop.
. WALTER L. LA DUSIRE, Prop.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 1 and 2:
HOI.BROOK BUNN, JACK Ml'I.HAIX, ENID BENNETT
and IIAKUY MYERS in
"THE BAD MAN"
By POUTER EMERSON BROWNE.
"Laughter ii pood for the health" declare the wine mm,
no in presenting "The Bad Man" we feel cnolident that a good
ly share of health and happiness will be fipread for our aud
iences. The iitory of a Mexican Cftttle rustler whose heart n as
big ai the plaint which he traverses, and whose onse of hu
mor makes him a lovable character. IF YOU ARE KEEKING
A DIFFERENT KIND OF IMCTl'RE, AND A MIGHTY FINE
ONE AT THAT, don't fall to ee "THE HAD MAN." H a com
Also "THE INVADERS"
Granlland Rica Hportllitht and FINANCIALLY EMBARASSED,
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAY 3 nd 4:
JACKIE COOGAN in
"A BOY OF FLANDERS"
Adapted from Oulda'a famous story, "A Dog of Flanders."
The tale of a little Belgian orphan and his (.rent Dane dog
both bound together as outcasts in a fight for liberty.
Just the picture everyone's looking for; It pleases all.
Jackie's acting in this picture proves him a genius.
Also comedy "SITTING PRETTY"
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MAY 5-6:
LEATKICE JOY, RAYMOND filtlKFITII and
SYDNEY CHAPLIN In
A merry mix-up of wivei and husbands that gets funnier
and friskier with every foot. ,
NO HERIOU8 MATRIMONIAL PROBLEMS. JUST A LOT
OF GOOD FUN.
If you don't like the title, forget it youo'll not forget to
Also Alberta Vaughn, (ieorga O'llara (by the way, theso two
ami married now), Al Cooke and Kit Guard (you will rcmom
bor them all In "Fighting Blood" and "Tholcphone Girl" serins)
A complete story in Itself, but one of another series called
"THE GO-GETTERS" and that is what they are, Fine comedy.
W will tell you more about this great combination next week.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 7 and 8:
Hoot Gibson in
"The Ridinjr Kid From Powder River"
Johnnie Walker and Alene Ray in
From now on we will have a new picture every Sunday, Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday still four changes per
week, but Saturday alone.