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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1925.
Judge Bear. Presrltt Col and Bob
Wishlmaa returned ob Friday from
a trip to Bpokana where Mr. Benge
and, Mr. Cox were called on business.
The . judge re porta that the grain
throughout the upper country ia go
ing to make a heavy yield thia eea
aon, though on the lighter lands the
conditions seem to be much aa they
are here. There hai been pretty hot
weather but no great damage waa ap
parent. Judge Benge hai also been
well over the wheat belt of Morrow
and Sherman eountiea and he status
that it is his opinion there will be
good yields of grain and the hot
spell, while It haa ahortened the yield
to aome extent, haa not done tlw
damage that many think.
Walter Rietmann la one of the ex
tensive wheat raisers residing out
north of Lexington. He reports that
the heated apell of the past week has
done some damage to crops out his
way, especially to the later wheat.
Wheat that waa headed out, and well
along seemed to have passed the dan
ger period quite well and will make
a fair crop. Harvest will be on out
that way immediately in fact some
have already been harvesting barley.
Mr. Rietmann waa in town for a ahort
time on Saturday.
R. E. Harbison, warehouseman of
Morgan, was a visitor in Heppner on
Tuesday. He states that the weather
haa been quite warm in the Morgan
country for the past week one day
the thermometer registering 106 in
the shade. However, the grain it
standing up well and that part of the
county ia going to gather in a pretty
good harvest. Cooler weather with
west winds is proving quite beneficial
Mr. Harbison statea.
The family of Gay M. Anderson
departed on Saturday for Canby, Ore
gon, where Mrs. Anderson and the
children will visit with her parents
for a while. Mr. Anderson took them
to a point beyond Hood River, where
they were met and traveled on to
Canby, Mr. Anderson returning home.
A sister of Mrs. Anderson residing at
Oakland, Calif., is also visiting at
Canby and a family reunion is being
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ayers are home
from Portland, fortunately not much
the worse because of their recent ex
perience In an automobile accident
that demolished their sedan pretty
badly. Mrs. Shurte is reported to be
gradually recovering from the injur
ies she received at the same time.
Billy McRoberta is recovering from
a broken rib or two, austained the
past week when he stepped through
a hole in the hay loft at the McRob
erta livery barn. He ia able to be
Walter LaDusire r ports aome ac-!
tivity thia week in car sales. The
new Chrysler Four is moving and the
following aalea were made: Harry
Turner and Sam Turner each a coach
and Wi. Penland a touring. The
Chrysler Four is taking the place of
the Maxwell which will not be on the
LOST, Strayed or Stoles, from my
place nine miles southwest of Hepp
ner, heavy brown mare, 8-year-old,
laz B brand on right shoulder; last
seen near Lexington. A. B. Fletcher,
Heppner, Phone 1JK11.
Anaon Wright waa down from his
farm near Hardman on Monday.
Plenty of hot weather has prevailed
out that way during the past week,
but grain seems to be standing up
John Olden was in tin city a short
time on Saturday from the Rhea
creek ranch. He reported that at that
time grain was not being hurt to any
visible extent by the heat wave.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McDaniel, who
have been making their home at
Heppner for the pat several months,
are thia week moving out to Her
man where they expect to live.
Miss Helene Curran, who is taking
the course in nursing at St. Vincent's
Hospital in Portland, is home for her
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Curran.
The family of Johnnie Hiatt re
turned home on Sunday from Walla
Walla where they had been enjoying
a visiof a week with relatives and
James Stewart, appraiser for the
State Land Board, is in Heppner mak
ing appraisals on some aplications
Fred Barry, who works for Frank
Monahan, will take his wife and fam
ily over to Umatilla to spend the
Mrs. Willard Herren departed for
Portland on Monday, expecting to
spend a few days in the city on busi
ness. Bonnie Cochran left Wednesday for
Arlington, expecting to spend the
month near that city.
Mrs. Alva Jones returned the last
of the week from a visit of a couple
of weeks in Portland.
N. M. Johnson, Rock creek farmer,
was a visitor in Heppner on Saturday.
Anyone wanting bluegrass pasture
for bucks, call on C. A. Minor.
thia Monday only, July (. Mr. Soa
ley aaya: "The Spermatic Shield will
not only retain any cast of rupture
perfectly, but contracts the opening
in ten daya on the average case. Be
ing vaat advancement aver all for
mer methods exemplifying inatan
taneoua effects immediately appre
ciable and withstanding any strain
or position no matter the aixe or
location. Large or difficult caaea, or
Incissional ruptures (following op
erations) especially solicited. This
instrument received the only award
in England and in Spain, producing
results without surgery, injectiona,
medical treatments or prescriptions.
Warning All cases should be cau
tioned agalnat the ase of any elaatic
or web traaa with nderstraps, aa
same reat where the lump ia and aot
where the opening Is. producing
complicationa eeeaaitating serf leal
operations. Mr. Seeley haa docu
ments from the United Statea Gov
ernment, Washington, D. C, for in
spection. He will be glad to demon
strate without charge or At them if
desired. Business demanda prevent
stopping at any other place in this
P. 8. Every statement in thia no
tice haa been verified before the
Federal and State Courts. F. H.
Seeley. Home Office 117 N. Dear
bom St., Chicago.
ESTBAYED OR STOLEN.
From my pasture about miles
north of Lexington, shortly after the
first of June, the following animals
were either stolen or strayed away:
One bay mare, 12 years old, weight
about 1400, with no visible brand or
marks; ana iron gray mule, I years
old, PR brand connected and upaide
down on left ahoulder. Reward of
fered for Information leading to re
covery. WALT RIETMANN, lone, Ore.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
June 23, 1825.
NOTICE ia hereby given that Meh
lon H. Stoneman, of Lonerock, Ore
gon, who, on Jun. 6, 1922, made Home
stead Entry No. 022277, for SEtt
8W14, SH SE14, Sec. 21, Btt SWtt.
Section 22, Township 4 South, Range
24 East, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
J. D. Weed, United States Commis
sioner, at Condon, Oregon, on the
8th day of August, 1925.
Claimant names aa witnesses:
Joseph Blahnik, Ira McConkie, T.
S. Lyons, Emmett Moore, all of Lone
J. W. DONNELLY, Register.
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Phil
adelphia, the noted truss expert, will
personally be at the Pendleton Ho
tol, end will remain in Pendleton
I wish to announce that I
have added to' my stock
The Florsheim Shoe
THE FLORSHEIM SHOE is a shoe made
for the man who wants style and service.
A BRAND NEW STOCK AND
BRAND NEW STYLES.
I carry a complete stock of both shoes and
oxfords. It will do you good to
. see these new styles.
David A. Wilson
A Man's Store for Men
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NOTICE OF SALE OF HORSES.
Notic it hereby firen that the un
deraied, by virtue of the lUtutct
of tht Sute of Oregon, has taken up
the hereniafter decribd animals
found running at large upon their
premisei in Morrow County, Oregon,
and that they will on Saturday, the
18th day of July, 1j25, at the hour
of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at their place (Connelly
Farm) one and one half miles west of
the City of Boardman, in aaid county,
Hell to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the following deeribd ani-
FLY-DI is non-poiaonout, will
not stain, and haa a pleasant and
You need FLY-DI all the year
round always keep a bottle on
HUMPHREYS DRUG COMPANY
PATTERSON & SON
One black gelding, about four years 1
old, weight about 000 lbs., no brand.
One buckikin gelding, about t years I
old, branded triangle on right hind
leg, heart on left shoulder.
One pinto pony, about 10 years old.
weight about 804 lbs, branded S on
Unless the same ahall have been re
deemed by the owner or owners there
of. ANDREW ANDREGG.
J. M. CARTER,
Both of Boardman. Ore.
HOOD RIVER SPRAY COMPANY
Hood RlvT, OrRon
YOU PAY FOR IT!
Why Not Own
If another person can
make a profit by rent
ing you a house, sure
ly you can make a
profit by owning your
Ask us for free plans.
Heppner, Lexington, lose
C. W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Rough lumber, at mill ... $1 5.00 per M
Shiplap, at mill $19.00 per M
No.l Rustic, at mill.... $30.00 per M
No. 2 Rustic, at mill
No. 1 Finish, at mill
No. 2 Finish, at mill
Flooring, at mill . . .
.$25.00 per M
. $35.00 per M
.$30.00 per M
. $35.00 per M
! Will deliver in truck-load lots of 1500 feet or :
moreat Heppner for $6.00 per M.
ee Posts, Tamarack and Fir 6c Each
I 16-Inch Pine Wood, at mill, $4.00 Cord
! Parkers Mill, Oregon EE
Men, Women, Children
Pure worsted bathing suits, in one and
two piece models. A complete range of
sizes. A complete rang of colors. A com
plete range of styles. They are non-shrink-able,
fast color and knitted of pure worsted
in a sturdy weight
The .quality of these suits is very high.
The price is remarkably low. They are full
cut and firmly stitched. .Every suit fresh
from the mills, new this season.
Plain colors, smart stripes, and with con
trasting colored borders.
Printing is the Inseparable
Companion of Achievement
is securely founded on
the bed rock of quality
SUCH POPULARITY MUST ' BE " DESE R.V E D
jjoorrr It Mmai Touaccg to.
Once just a Summer necessity Now
unsurpassed for all-year cooking!
THE modern oil-cookstove,
with Iti wonderfully effi
cient speed-burners, perfected
ovens end broilers, heat con
trol, simplicity of pint, etc,
gives you city cookitove service any.
vJun, and the year-Wav No musty
fires to tend noiseless, aim pie, ufil
But remember there' a tig differ
ence in kerosene and that the efficiency
of your oil cookstove depends very
largely on the kerosene you use.
"Pearl Oil" mean the 'W oil
for oil cookstovei and heater. It li
refined and re-refined that's why it'a
cleaner-burning, deliver! flame that's
all htat and why it won't corrode the
metal parti of your equipment. Enjoy
your oil cookstove to the utmost
be xarr you order " Pearl Oil" by namtf
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
IF YOU do not ado! something to
your bank account today, the day is
lost and will not be of any help to
ALSO maintaining a bank account
tends to prevent you getting into
It helps you mentally and morally.
Fir& National Bank