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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1925.
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Mr. and Mra. C. A. Miller arrived
horns this wk from a visit to Al
bany and other psinta in the Will
amette valley. Their little grand
ion, Kenneth Jonei, who was badly
cut by being thrown into the wind
shield of the ear when the machine
was struck by another auto on the
highway in tha vicinity of Albany, is
reported to be getting along all right.
The little fellow had an eye pene
trated by glass and an ear nearly
severed from hia head. It was feared
that the sight of tha eye was destroy
ed, but this proved not to be the
case and he will recover from the
effects of the cuts without perman
ent injury. Tha accident somewhat
delayed tha return of Mr. and Mrs.
Grand Chancellor Jay Upton, who
was to have made Doric Lodge No. 20
of this city an official visit on Tues
day evening, waa unablo to reach
Heppner in time to meet with the
Knights. He was traveling by car
from Urnd and had all kinds of tire
trouble on the way, and ha reached
Heppner about ten o'clock, after the
lodge had adjourned. This was a
keen disappointment to tha mem
bers of Doric lodge as they had look
ed forward to this visit of the grand
chancellor with a good deal of pleas
ure. Mr. Upton went on to other
Wilbur Browning and wife of Wall
ville, Wash., and Mr. and Mre. Roy
Furnish of Corvallls, Ore., were here
on Friday on their return from a
visit to the Round-Up at Pendleton.
Mr. Furnish is a brother of Mrs.
Browning. Mr. Browning was for
merly in the garage business at
Heppner, but for the past couple of
years has been living at Wallvillc
where he is working for a big lum
bering company and caring for their
engines in the mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamet Warden of
Redfield, South Dakota, old-time
friends in that state of Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Mahoney,- spent several days
visiting with tha Mahoney family
here last week, and with them went
to Pendleton on Saturday to take in
the Round-Up. Mr. and Mrs. Warden
are on their way to southern Cali
fornia to spend the winter.
Three boys down from Heppner for
the final daye of the Round-Up are
Wesley Brookhouser, Marvin Brown
and Kldon Gregg. Upon hving trou
ble with the lighst on their car last
night, they left it on the highway
between Pilot Rock and Pendleton,
and had the mifortuna of having a
new tire stolen off one wheel. Pen
dleton E. 0.
Andrew Olsen, Lester Doollttle and
Martin Rcid went into tha timber
on Saturday night in quest of their
portion of the buck deer herd. OLen
was the successful hunter and land
ed a buck, making his quota for the
season. Mr. Reid and Pete Shively
went out on Monday, returning Tues
day. Wa did not hear what success
Charles Cox, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Claude Cox, who underwent
an operation at the Heppner aurgi-
csl hospital some ten days ago for
appendicitis, is reported by his phy
sician, Dr. Johnston, to be getting
along fine and should be able to
return home in a day or two.
Mrs. W. P. Mahoney and eon Kcn
ncth arrived home on Thursday eve
ning last from their visit to Spo.
kane and Bonners Ferry. Idoho. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Florine
Ruddick of Bonners Forry who has
been visiting here during the woek
Jasper Crawford is spending the
weeks with relatives and friends in
from Eugene on Thursday evening
last He expects to return to the
college city and resume his studies
at the University in the department
Pat Riley, extensive fl-km..t., -r
AnteloDe. has hn nn,l,.. i
daya in Heppner awaiting the arrival
nr 01 a bunch of sheep that he
will deliver for hinm.r,! n k. cyu
Mr. Riley has been ranging hia sheep
ut uoiauna lorest south of Par
re Mill for the summer.
Now is the time to
for your winter
Heppner, Lexington, Ion
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olden spent
few houra in the ettv
from their homo netr Fairview. Rev
ives of Mn. Olden were vitiitorg at
heir hone during: the past week,
lea beinr Mri. I. T. Wood -i.t.-
from GreHhatn, and W. H. Haydeii, a
oroifter Xjrom Portland.
Mra. Desia Copenhaver de Darted
on Friday for Portland and .from
there ehe will go on to Monmouth
thia week to enter the StaU Normal
for the fall and winter terma. Mra.
Copenhaver was a auccegsfiri teacher
in thia county during the past achool
EIrm Haven, who now makei hia
home in Portland, waa a vim tor here
yesterday, being on hia return home
from taking in the Round-Up at
Pendleton the end of the past week.
It has been several years since Elra
visited the old home town.
Phillip Mahoney spent the past
week with his parents, Mr. and Mra.
W. P. Mahoney in thia city. He de
parted on & tin day on his return to
Seattle where he will continue his
studies as, a student at the Univer
sity of Washing-ton.
Troy Bogurd, who for a number of
years past has been farming about
three miles northeast of lone, has
given up that place and removed to
Eight Mile, where he will have charge
of the Claus Johnson place in Dem
D. C. Gurdane and ton Berl drove
in from Pendleton on Tuesday eve
ning where they spent a week or ten
days. From here they will drive on
Miases Elizabeth Huston and Eve
lyn Humphreys departed on Friday
to resume their studies as students
at the University of Oregon.
C. K, Jones .and family have return
ed home from a visit of a couple of
weeks wiht relatives and friends in
the Willamette valley.
Roy Her, wife and daughter drove
from Portland on Tuesday and
are enjoying a visit with the home
folks this week-end.
Mm rhoatnf 11(1 r Kiin HnarK! ATI
Monday for Portland, expecting to
spend several days this week in the
Erlward. is in Portland this
week to take in the big doings of
the supreme assembly of Odd Fel
lows, an occasion he will enjoy to
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Miss Stella Roula, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Roule who live in the
vioinity of lone, was married recent
ly at Oregon City to Aubrey Cuts
forth, son of T. W. Cutsforth. Miss
Route is known to all of her ac
quaintances for her many pleasing
capabilities and Mr. Cutsforth ia ree
'Wiizcd as one of Lexington's most
industrious young ranchers. They
will make their home on the Cuts
forth ranch near Morgan. The many
friends of Mr. and Mra. Cutsforth
extend sincere wishea for their fu
Minxes Wilms and Opal Leach, ac
companied by their guests, Misses
Clyne of Boise, Idaho, and Wilcox of
Enterprise, Ore., also by Misses Max
ine Gentry and Velle Ward of Lex
ington, drove Friday to Pendleton
where they enjoyed the Round-Up on
Saturday. The Misses Leach, Ward
and Gentry returned to Lexington by
way of Heppner on Sunday evening.
Misses Clyne and Wilcox left for
their homes by rail from Pendleton.
Married, at Eugene, Ore., on Sept.
14th, Miss Cleta Palmateer of near
lone to Ralph McCormick, formerly
of Lexington. MiBB Palmateer, who
attended Lexington high school, was
very popular among her classmates.
Mr. McCormick is well known in and
sound Lexington for his many wor
thy qualities. , These young people
take with them to their ranch home
near lone the good wishes of a host
of I-exinpton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. . Davia have re
turned from Hood River where tbey
have been at the bedside of their
daughter, Mra. P. W. Allison. Mrs.
Allison's condition la , slightly im
proved, though still very serious.
Lexington was well represented at
tha Pendleton Round-Up last week.
Among those who saw the show were
Tom Harnett, Ralph Leach, Ralph
Jackson, Clay Phillips and Mr. and
Mra. Dea Cox.
Misses Wilma and Opal Leach en
tertained during the past week Miss
Agnes Wilcox from Enterpriee, Ore
and Mia Peggie Clyne (Pi Beta Phi,
0. A. C.) from Boise, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Runs have re
cently taken possession of the Frank
Mason ranch where Mr. Kuna ia pre
paring to put in three hundred acres
Miaa Elsie Tucker who iaa been
employed in Salem for some months
past arrived Monday evening to visit
Lexington relatives and to see the
Sam Richie and bis aon have been
enjoying a hunt in the Blue moun
taina near Ukiah. . They returned
Monday bringing a large deer,
Eldred McMillan, James Leach, Ves
ta Lane and Paul Nichols drove over
to Pen'l'.'ton on Thursday and took
in the Round-Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner accom
panied by Miss Neva Shinn and Hank
Shrievef saw Pendleton's Round-Up
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adkins and
I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR 1
I LUMBER I
Rough lumber, at mill
Shiplap, at mill
No. 1 Rustic, at mill .
No. 2 Rustic, at mill .
No. 1 Finish, at mill .
No. 2 Finish, at mill .
Flooring, at mill
.. $15.00 per M
.. $19.00 per M
..$30.00 per M
. . $25.00 per M
..$35.00 per M
.. $30.00 per M
. . $35.00 per M
n rV5 afford
YvV benefit as well
Healthful exercise for the teeth
end a spur Ho digestion. A long.
Lasting refreshment, soothing to
nerves and stomach.
The Great American
by hands, full of
The Dalles and Pendleton
in Internal Medicine for the
past twelve years.
DOES- NOT OPERATE
Will be in
The Dalles on Saturday,
October 10, Dalles Hotel,
and in Pendleton on Sun
day, October 11, at the
Office Houra: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consults! Ion.
Dr. Mellcnthln Is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the stato of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stom
ach, tonsils or adenoids. ,
He has to his credit wonderful ro
suits in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, norws, heart, kid
neys, bladder, bed wetting, catnrrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Ore
Rose J. Aplin, Carson, Wash., nerve
Mra. Otto Will, Jofferson, varicose
M. P. Christinnson, Albany, bladder
Mra. M. A. Ewnn, Coquille, stomach
Robert 7,igllnskl, Sclo, stomach and
John Roth, Albany, adenoids and
Mrs. M. I. Olsen, Portland, appen
dicitis. Remember the above dato, that con
sultation on this trip will be free and
that his treatment ia different.
Married women must be accom
panied by tholr husbands,
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg, Los
NOW is the time
to get your boy
fitted up with one
of our Oregon City
Woolen Mills All
Wool, Two Pants
Suits; they look well
after one year of
children, Mn. Wm. French and
daughter! were Sunday visitors in
Whit tm in Ixinsrtin frnm
Ukiah to Visit at the home of hia
mother, Mra, Sarah Vt hite, ad to a?
Mn. Ed Burchell left Friday of
the past week for a visit with rela
tives at Wenatchee, Wash.
MR. BLEAK.MAN IS THANKFUL.
Having been a booster for good
roada ever since the program for
permanent highways was undertaken
in Morrow county some six years
ago,. I desire to thank the voters
who so loyally backed the bond issue,
which will make it possible to now
continue the program along lines
that will before many years more
give our county one of the best mar
ket road systems of any county in
the state. To tho.uc who opposed
the issue, will say that I know they
believe in the rule of the majority.
and we can look for them, too, to get
behind the program for tha better
ment of our county, and join heart
ily with the county court in kt ef
forts to carry out the expressed de
sire of the majority of the citizens
who have expressed themselves in
favor of this progressive step. Again
thanking you ail, I am at your ser
vice. G. A. BLEAK MAN,
''County Commissioner hrdun
County Commissioner, Hardman, Ore.
FORMER HEPPNER WOMAN WEDS.
At th home of Mr. and Mrs. 3. B.
Cooley in Pendleton on Wednesday
of last week occurred the marriage
of Mrs. Anna Spencer, formerly of
Heppner to Dr. Virgil C. Belknap
of Nampa, Idaho. Rev. Ralph V.
H inkle, rector of the Church of the
Redeemer, performed the ceremony.
After a short wedding trip to Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Belknap will re
turn to Nampa, where the doctor ia
a practicing physician.
Bargains In Drills
1 nave VAN BRUNT and KEN
TUCKY DRILLS, slightly dam
aged by flood water at BARGAIN
KARL L. BEACH
1 Order Your I
SEED wheat 1
We have some Forty Fold, average
I 97 1-4 per cent pure, and Certi- I
fied Hybrid 128.
I Heppner Farmers Elevator I
Will deliver in truck-load lots of 1500 feet or
. more at Heppner for $6.00 per M. EE
1 1 6-Inch Pine Wood, at ml, $4.00 Cord
Pyle & Grimes I
Parkers Mill, Oregon
Have your seed wheat recleaned and dry
treated on your farm.
Phone or call at Peoples Hardware Co.,
Brown Warehouse Co., or see
W. T. Wheeler
C. W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
. AND POULTRY
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell
Phone Main 652
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Styieplus Windsor Cheviots
From the Saturday Evenins lt ot September 26
Smart dressers are wearing cheviots this Fall.
Knowing they would, we arranged to offer
Styieplus Windsors cheviots of character. The
fabrics are diagonals, broadwales, diamond
weaves, herringbones, and super-mixtures.
Shades are Collegiate Greys, Sand Tones, Bur
gundies, Delft Blues, Gothic Browns.
Come in and see Styieplus before you buy any
clothes especially see the Windsor Cheviots.
David A. Wilson
Everything in Men's
Work and Dress
When you are ready to seed, don't
forget the new
WITH THE ALEMITE OILING SYSTEM
We have both the Superior and Kentucky
Drills in both disc and hoe, also the Rotary
Rod Weeder, which is sure to get all the
You will surely save money by buying
a new drill instead of using an old one that
does poor work, and you know it does not
pay to plant yur seed on weedy ground.
Gilliam & Bisbee
With all prices prevailing as
per previous announcement.
Entire Stock Must Go
SAM HUGHES CO.