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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1925.
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MRS. A. T. liKhfciM. Correspondi-it
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J-sro lircitMTi atvnded tht
?ound I p tunlv.
Vr. and Mrs. I,ee Mesa wen,
r,rtt a. a C. rkcn dinner cn Sun
er ewcing un Mr. and i!r. A. T i
lirira and sort, a (ruffle
Bert Mrl lead. tie lamotl r lei
who if tht- or.i's champion kr. ui?
iarce r.tirr. erd Mr horse Rei tgle.
ere Hoardirtsn riMte-ra on Monday.
tr-Pirff to ol'Uin feed for hi horse
and io for himse.f. He Irft Per.
d tin on SsturoUy on a 26.PO0 rr.ilc
trip. He Tisita every tapiul and
cro.ses everr desett in the I'mtec
States. WcCloud was the owner of
t- on'y horhe that r is ever walked
up lie White llcuse ttT
Cur! Ayre has purchased a Ford.
It ii a oiftVult matter to fet the
names of a.l l.o e'tenrifd the Kound
l"p feat to the nest of our knowiedpc
the following- Bosrdmsn folks took
in Ihe big iiOw on Saturday: fcdna
fcr iy)e", Ieiano brothers. Nita Wood
s..n, Caroline Hunt Neuie Messen
gir, Kr. and Mrs, Mulkey, Edna Wil
yon. A' Ayres, Mrs. O. H. Warner.
Chas. Goodwin and wife, Mr. Fortier.
Howard Packard, Norman and Arthur
Ba: ey and the Dir.gmans.
Dr. U. Woodard left this week
for his home in Tulsa, Ok:a.. after an
extended visit with his children here
and at The Dalles
Ed McClellan, a graduate of the lo
cal hih school, plans to attend 0. A.
C this year.
Doris Heaiey, a former Boardman
Riri, will attend the University of
Jay Cox has returned to his work
on the highway after a forced ab
sence. He had his arm severely burned
and was unable to work for a time.
Frank Hayes was in Pendleton
two days on business last week.
The Freshies were initiated into
the student body on Monday. During
the day the boys were compelled to
appear garbed as members of the
weaker sex and the girls wore boys'
clothing. Some stunning effects were
achieved and a world of amusement
afforded to the others at least. The
girls were not so unusual looking
beAuse of the prevalent mode of
knickers and shirts but the boys in
their feminine garb were amazing, to
say the least. Mother Goose Jingles
played an important part in the eve
The Greentield Grange had a splen
did meeting on Saturday night, one
of the best and most interesting eveT
held, with a good turnout. A lunch
eon was served late in the evening.
L. V. Woodard and two of his
brothers from The Dalles went deer
hunting last week at Sumner, Ore.,
down Marshfield way. L. V. was suc
cessful and brought down two fine
bucks. He was a Boardman visitor
the fore part of the week and went
on to Waila Walla on business.
Boardman friends will be interest
ed to hear that Constance Hughes,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. B. S.
Hughes, was married recently and
is living at La Grnade. Rev. Hughes
and wife are both employed at the
Stat Hospital at Pendleton.
Mrs. Geo. Clark and children of
Roosevelt, Wn, were guests at the
Ellis Garrett home two days last
week while Mr. Clark went on to Pen
dieton. Mrs. Clark was an old school
friend of Glenn Garrett.
Ed Wallace and wife of Condon
were guests at the- Arthur Goodwin
home on Sunday enroute to their
home after taking in the Eound-Cp
M. Mulligan was a visitor at Hepp
ner and Pendleton last week.
Some Federation and Hybrid 128
aeed, which has been difficult to ob
tain, hasteen located by H. H. Wes
ton and any fanners interested can
get the address by calling the Wes
ton home. It tells for $1.55 to $1.60
A number of milk cows were pur
chased this week by an lone buyer.
Mrs. Cason leaves this week for
Mrs. Johnson, a reader of note
from Gooding College, Idaho, will be
in Boardman October 1 under the
auspices of the Grange, at the school.
North Morrow County Fair prize
list, continued from last week:
Doilies Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Irrigon,
1st; Mrs. Arthur Goodwin, Board
man, 2nd and 3rd.
That Motorcycle Cops
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GETS ICj EWCX 'Berjiusc
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Kadlahesv- Mra. F. H. Reiki, 1st.
Vetch -Adolph Skobo. 1st
Slock Carrots Mrs. F. H. Reika, 1st
Onion Mrs. F. H. Reiki, 1st; Eu
gene Cummins, 2nd.
Peanuts -Catherine Brown, 1st; Joe
Cabbage Adolph Skobo, 1st
ljirweat Squish J. A. Howell, 1st
112 S pounds.
Summer Squaaav Bessie Mulkej, 1st.
Gonrda Warren Brice, 1st
Pumpkin A. B. Chaney, 1st
Ground Almonda-Mrs. M. K. Flick
I.. 'ITS AND MELONS,
largest Melon R. V. Jones, 1st; C.
S. Calkins, 2nd.
Strawberries Frank Cramer, 1st; C.
S. Calkins, 2nd.
Cantaloupe Chas. Wicklander, 1st;
W. T. Wright 2nd.
Honey Dew C. H. Dillabaugh, 1st;
W. T. Wright 2nd.
GRAPES. Tokay Mrs. F. H. Reiks,
ConcoroV Chss. Wicklander, 2nd.
Beat Fruit Display M. F. Caldwell,
1st; C. E. Glasgow, 2nd; H. W.
Muskmelona C. C, Grimm, 1st; S.
Citron A. Skobo, 1st
Casabaa June Knight, 1st; A. Sko
Raspberries-Mrs. J. F. Gorham, 1st;
N. Seaman, 2nd.
Crochet Trim Mrs. Arthur Godowin
Boardman, 1st; Mrs. Harvey Huff
Boardman, 2nd; Mrs. Arthur Good
CnkrniH..rt i n Cnnrm Mr, C E
Glasgow, Irrigon, 1st Mrs. Harve
Wolfe, Irritron. 2nd.
Embroidered in While Mrs. Genavie
Jnn lrritrr.n. Int.
Croaa Stitch -Mrs. Genavie Jones, Ir
raihniiitprril In Cnlnri Mrs. C. G
Blayden, Boardman, 1st; Mrs. Grace
Macomber, Boardman, 2nd; Mrs.
T. B. House, Irrigon, 3rd.
Embroidered in White Mrs. E. K.
Mulkey, Boardman, 1st; Mrs. Ar
thur Goodwin, Boardman. 2nd.
Embroidered in Colors Mrs. Gena
vie Jones, Irrigon, 1st; Mrs. Har
vft Huff. Boardman. 2nd; Mrs.
Genavie Jones, Irrigon, 3rd.
Tatt Trim Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Ir
riron. 1st: Mrs. Harve Wolfe, Ir
rigon, 2nd; Mrs. E. K. Mulkey.
f'rurhei Trim Mrs. Brice Dillabaugh
H.ttrmbn 1t' MM OlTllh Cirr
Boardman, 2nd; Mrs. Genavie Jones
Embroidered in Colora Mrs. Genavie
Jones. Irrieon. 1st and 2nd.
Kmhroidered ..Aoron Mrs. Arthur
Goodwin. Boardman. lat; Mrs. E.
K Mulkev. Boardman. 2nd: Mrs. C
Ci Hlsvden. Boardman. 3rd.
Crochet Night Gown-Mrs. Arthur
Goodwin, Boardman 1st; Mrs. Grace
Macomber, Boardman, nd, Mrs. J
C. Ballenger, Boardman, 3rd.
Mirht Gown Embruidrred in Whit
' M,- V. K Mulkev. Boardman. 1st:
Mrs. Lewis Fredrickson, Irrigon.
f'rnrhef Combination Suit Mrs. E
K.. Mulkey, BoHrdman, 1st.
Cotton Pieced Mrs. M. K. Fleckin
irer. Boardman. 1st: Mrs. N. Sea
man. lrrivon. 2nd.
Hill, atMl W ool Pieced -Mrs. C. G
Biavden. Boardman. 1st and 2nd
AiMiluue - Mrs. N. Seaman, Irrigon
Hague. Crochet-Mrs. Cenavie Jones,
fluol ci. Crochet Mrs. Hanye Huff,
lionlev. knit -Mrs. Adolph Skobo
I'lllow Ton, Kmb.- Mra. E. K. Mulkey,
Hon net. Talted-Mrs. Harve Wolfe,
Irrigon, 1st; Mrs. E. K. Mulkye,
Bonnet Crochet Mrs. Mary Messen
ger, Boardman, 1st; Mrs. E. K.
Mulkey. Boardman, 2nd.
Dress, Emb. Mrs. J. F. Gorham,
Embroidered Mrs. Grace Macomber,
Boardman, 1st; Mrs. J. F. Gorham,
Boardman, 2nd and 3rd.
Handkerchiefs Mrs. Adolph Skobo,
Cushion, Emb. in Colors Mrs. Chas.
Nizer, Boardman, 1st; Mrs. Harve
Wolfe, Irrigon, 2nd; Mrs. a E.
Glasgow, Irrigon, 3rd.
Buffet Seta, Emb. in Colors Mrs,
Lewis Fredrickson, Irrigon, 1st snd
2nd; Mrs. Genavie Jones, Irrigon,
Rugs Mrs. Frank Cramer, Boardman,
1st Mrs. W. 0. King, Boardman 2nd.
PLANTS AND FLOWERS
Foliage Plant Mrs. C. E. Glasgow,
Irrigon, 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Potted Plant in Bloom Mrs. C. E.
Glasgow, Irrigon, 1st and 2nd.
Cut Flowers, Zinnain Mrs. Henry
Klagis, Boardman, 1st; Bra. C. E.
Glasgow, Irrigon, 2nd; Mrs. C. G.
Biayden, Boardman, 3rd.
Asters Mrs. Geo. Aiken, Heppner,
1st; Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Irrigon,
2nd; Mrs, A. T. Hereim, Boardman,
Roses Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Irrigon,
1st and 2nd.
Dahlias Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Irrigon,
1st; Mrs. Henry Klages, Boardman,
2nd; Mrs. C. E. Glasgow, Irrigon,
Cosmos Mrs. M. K. Flickinger, of
Boardman, 1st; Mrs. Mary Messen
ger, Boardman, 2nd; Lawrence and
Charley Smith, Boardman, 3rd.
BEES AND HONEY
Live Bees R. C. Mitchell, Boardman,
Extracted ..Honey R. C. Mitchell,
Comb Honey R. C. Mitchell, Board-
Uncut ..Honey C. H. Dillabaugh,
White Rock Chickens Mrs. F. H.
Reiks, Irrigon, 1st
Barred Rocks S. Attebury, Board-
Best Holstein A. P. Ayres, Board-
Rabbits Doyle Hubble, Boardman,
Best ! Ears of Corn E. A. Wester-
felt lt; R. C. Mitchell, 2nd.
Yellow Dent C. H. Dillabough, 1st
Sweet Corn C. H. Dillabaugh, 1st.
Pop Corn F. F. Kliti, 1st; Ellen
Winter Squash R. C. Mitchell, 1st
Carrots W. A. Price, 1st; Mrs. Paul
Beets W. A. Price, 1st Mrs. Paul
Smith, 2nd; Mrs. H. F. Reiks, -3rd.
Mangles C. C. Buks, 1st; W. A.
Turnips E, T. Messenger lat; Mrs.
Paul Smith, 2nd.
Tomatoes Mrs. C. S. Calkins". 1st
Beans Ben Attebury, 1st
Pumpkins Vernon Partlow, 1st
Sweet Potatoes E. A. Westerfeldt,
1st N. Seaman, 2nd.
Egg Plant C. H. Dillabaugh, 1st.
Peppers C. H. Dillabaugh, 1st; Eu
gene Cummins, 2nd. '
General Display Vegetables C. H
Dillabaugh, 1st; Mrs. Ellen Part-
Sugar Cane W. V. Wright, Irrigon,
1st; Eugene Cummins, Boardman,
Red Dent Corn Chas. Nizer, Board-
man, 1st; S. Attebury, 2nd.
Cucumbers C. H. Dillabaugh, 1st;
Frank Cramer, 2nd; F. F. Kliti, 3rd.
Irish Cobblers S. Attebury, 1st
Early Ohio E. C. Chaney, and Ar
thur Yergin, Irrigon, 1st
Sunflower A. P. Ayres, 1st.
White Dent Corn Adolph Skobo, 1st;
John Partlow, 2nd.
Broom Corn A. Kelly, 1st.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
We repair any make of clocks and watches,
old or new. If you have a Swiss watch
that will not run bring it here. We
guarantee all our repair work.
I ' Pianos and Phonographs
and the latest in sheet music and
Agent for the
Think of. a radio and phonograph all in
the same cabinet.
CALL MAIN 1062 FOR CORRECT TIME
Main Street, Heppner, Ore.
Grnand Cherries I. Skobo, 2nd.
Ice Cream Melon Batis Rand, 2nd.
Chilian Melon Bert Knight lat
LAND AT HALF PRICE.
Three wheat farms going at ene-half
price. Total, J737 acres.
At $10 per acre; one-third caah.
balance on time at 6. Sandy loam
soil; about 2400 seres plowed on
which are three houses, three wells,
schoolhouse, snd other improvements.
2 miles from Cecil poatomcs snd R.
R. ststion m Morrow county, Oregon.
Free with this land s 76 Caterpillar
engine with 4 S-bottom plows, a 24-
foot combine, s header, two drills.
two weeders, chain snd other hameas,
32 work horses, mares and mules.
two harrowa, three wagons, etc. Rea
son for selling: security snd other
debta after leaving the farm, wife
dsad, no children and 78 years old.
J. W. OSBORN, Cecil, Ore.
Seed Wheat For Sale
800 sacks of certified Turkey Red
No. 1. 99.99 per cent pure. Seed
at Farmers Elevator Warehouas in
good aacks. Frank S. Parker, phone
LOST Auto trunk cover. Return
to Thomson Bros, store for reward.
For Sale A Victrola snd 75 rec
ords. Call Main 523.
Paris to New York
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For SERVICE and for GOOD FEET
A valuable asset all through life.
MAf Of J
The two Frenchmen, Carolaire
and Toraacon, are all ready jor a
trial at a non-top flight from Parit
. v.u, Vnrk There wHl be no
lane of ships to pick them up
should ttyetr plane tail tnem. i ney
are expected to hop-off iiy. day
Buy them for your happy, romping girls
SEE US FIRST FOR EVERYTHING
GONTY'S SHOE STORE
Everwear Silk Hosiery for Women
AT A REASONABLE PRICE
VAN BRUNT DRILLS
These drills are made to last. The
upkeep of a VAN BRUNT is very low
and the quality of their work is high
Come in and look them over.
Peoples Hardware Co.
Good Merchandise at the Right Price
Write a Check
And automatically receive a re
ceipt for the bill which you have paid.
A checking account not only af
fords this convenience and protec
tion but means instant recognition of
your financial possibilities.
We furnish our cusomers a check
and bank book free of charge:.
Firt National Bank
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of Horses and Farming Equipment
At WM. HENDRIX Place, 5 Miles
Southwest of Heppner, on
Tuesday, Sept. 29
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Beginning Promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., the
following personal property will be
1 Iron Gray Horse, weight 155 pounds 6 years old.
1 Black Horse, weicht 1400 pounds, 7 years old.
1 Roan Horse, weight 1300 pounds, 6 yesrs old.
1 Brown Horse, weight 1200 pounds, 5 years old.
1 Black Mare, weight 1SO0 pounds, 5 years old.
1 Bay Horse, weight 1100 pounds, 9 years old.
I Brown Horse, weight 1000 pounds, 10 years old.
1 Sorrel Mare, weight 1000 pounds, 8 years old.
i Mouse Colored Mules, weight 1100 pounds, S years old.
1 Black Horse, weight 1.100 pounds, 13 years old.
1 Gray Horse, weight 1.100 pounds, 12 years old.
1 Bay Mare, weight 1150 pounds, 13 years old.
1 Bay Horse, weight 1150 pounds, 14 years old.
1 Brown Mare, weight 1300 pounds, I years old.
1 Bay Mare, weight 1200 pounds, t years old.
1 Bay Horse, weight 1200. .. 1 Brown Mare and Colt, 1000 lbs.
1 Brown Mare and Colt, weight 1000 pounds, 7 years old,
1 Bay Horse, weight 1000 pounds, 3 yesrs old.
1 Bay Horse, weight 900 pounds, 2 years old.
3 Mules, 2 yesrs old. 1 Horrel Msre, 1250 pounds, I years old.
1 Bay Colt. One Colt.
1 3-Bottom John Deere Plow. 2 3-Bottom Oliver Plows.
1 14-Inch New Oliver Walking Plow. 1 Cultivator. 2 Weeders.
1 4-Sectlnn Steel Hsrrow. 1 6-Kectlon Hteel Harrow.
1 12- and 1 14-foot eaders. 3 Header Boxes and Nets.
1 Derrick Table. One Weed Rake. 1 Walla Walls Weeder.
2 Superior Disc Grain Drills. 1 3-Seetlon Sprlngtooth Harrow.
1 Buggy. 1 3i- snd 1 3-Inch Winona Wagons,
1 3-Inch Studehsker Wagon. 3 Sets Chain Harness, 10 Leather.
2 Sets 6-horse Lines; 3 of 2-horse Hnes. 24 Leather Halters.
24 Collars. 24 Bridles. 8 Log Chains.
3- and 4-horae Double Trees. 2 Gas Drums; 2 Oil Barrels.
2 Water Barrels. 1 Wheel Barrow. Forge and snvll, pitch
forks and many other Items too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE-STRICTLY CASH
D. E. GILMAN, J. E. BARLOW and
MRS. DAISY GILLESPIE, Owners
E. J. KELLER, Auctioneer.
, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, SEPT. 24-25:
HOOT GIBSON I ETtTD Dliry '
LL1 L1V UUUV
Made During the 1924 Pendleton Round-Up
This picture is real Rodeo entertainment and we
have held it many weeks for this special occasion. DO
NOT MISS 1T1
We will also show two chapters of
"WOLVES OF THE NORTH"
a seria lof the North country. The quality of this serial
is such that it was put on in the Columbia Theatre in
Portland and met with unlooked for success.
CHILDREN 20c ;ADULTS 40c. Show starts
at 7:00 p. m. and runs until all have seen the
ESSE RACING LUCK
Another picture held over to use during the Rodeo.
You never saw anything more exciting or funnier.
Also two reel Western outdoor picture
"THE COLLEGE COWBOY"
CHILDREN 2c; ADULTS 30c. Show starts at
7 :00 p. m. and runs until all have seen the picture.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, SEPT. 27 and 28
Viola Dana, Raymond Griffith and Theodore Roberts in
A merry melo-farce aboufa blundering Englishman
who plays detective and uncovers, a case of comedy,
thrills and clever nonsense. With a cast of fun makers
and a wonderful new dog star. From the famous com
edy stage success Lord Chumley. Forty Winks would
wake up a wooden Indian.
Also Dinky Doodle Cartoon Comedy.
TUES. and WEDS., SEPTEMBER 29-30:
ADOLPHE MENJOU and RICARDO CORTEZ in
A magnificent comedy-romance. The story of a girl
who tried to light the fire of love and found it dynamite.
Produced on a highly artistic, elaborate scale, with an
"THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
"Buck" Jones in GOLD AND THE GIRL.
Lois Wilson and Noah Beery in CONTRABAND.
Mae Murray in FASHION ROW.
Zane Grey'a THE THUNDERING HERD..