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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1925
Mr. and Mn. Geo. I. Currin of
Graiham, Oregon, and their ion, Hugh
Currin and family of Pilot Rock, were
Tuitori in the county during the
week. Mr. Geo. Currin ie cousin of
tin. John McCubbin of Loitine 'nd
the party came primarily to visit her.
While here they visited the lnke and
topped a few minutes in Joseph to
chin ye editor whom they ell knew
11 too well in daya (one by t Hepp
ner. The Currine wen in the sheep
businesi in Morrow county for many
yeara and when they disposed of their
extensive interests there the elder
Currin moved to Gresham and Hugh
Currin went to Pilot Hock where he
has become one of the prominent
sheepmen of that vicinity. George
Currin has a brother at Fayette, Ida
ho, whom they will visit before re
turning home. Joseph Herald.
Belated word hai reached Heppner
of the death of C. W. Oney, formerly
of thii city. Mr. Oney died at the
home of hie eon, Bert Oney, in Bend
on the 21t day of March, but hia
passing had not been made known
to those interested at Heppner until
this week, when rleatives visiting
here during the Rodeo conveyed the
intelligence. It has been a number of
years since Mr. Oney left here, and
in recent years he has made his home
in and about Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Celsus Keithley and
Mrs. I. N. Prater of Pendleton, were
visitors in Heppner over Saturday and
a part of Sunday, returning home
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Prater, with
her family, was formerly a resident
of this city and this was her first
visit here in many years. She en
joyed meeting numbers of old-time
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Prater now
make their home in Pendleton.
The Misses Alma and Leora Devin
departed Sunday for Monmouth where
they will enter the State Normal for
the fall and winter. Miss Alma Devin
' has been with the local telephone ex
change for a number of years, and
her place is now being taken by Miss
Opal Briggs in the business office,
while Mrs. A. J. Chaffee has accepted
a position at the switchboard.
T. H. Lowe and Roy Scott spent a
short time in the city on Monday
from Cecil. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe are
leaving Cecil today for Portland, hav
ing turned over their business mnd
the postoffice at Cecil to Mr. Scott.
Just where the Lowes will locate per
manently they have not yet decided,
but they will b in Portland for a
.time at least.
Mr. and Mra. Chas. Westcott of
Portland were guests several days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Her
In Heppner, coming here to help cel
ebrate the Golden wedding anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Her. Mr. West
cott Is a nephew of Mr. Her and is
on the police force of Portland. They
returned horn Wednesday.
A very fine buck deer was brought
to Heppner for shipment to Portland
friends on Sunday. The animal was
killed by a Mr. Ganger of Monument
out in the timber on Potamus, and
weighed with hide and horns, better
than 325 pounds, being the largest
buck killed hereabouts this season,
so far as the record shows.
Mrs. A. T. Hereim and young eon,
accompanied by other friends of
Boardman, drove to this city on Sat
urday to see the last dsy of the Ro
deo. Mrs. Hereim, who is the repre
sentative of this paper at Boardman,
was greatly pleased by the fine eihl
bition witnessed at the Rodeo
W. B. Barratt came up from Port'
land to Uke in the last day of the
Rodeo. He was accompanied by his
daughter. Miss Margaret, and they
returned to Portland on Sunday.
Chance Wilson, Monument stock
man, was a three-day attendant at
the Rodeo, officiating as one of the
Now is the time to
for your winter
Heppner, Lexington. Ion
Miu Marjtaret Crawford departed
on Sunday for Portland. After a visit
of a few dajrt in that city, ah will
u tomorrow. In company with her
cousin, Mis Kae Atherton, on the
steamer Rose City for Ssn Francisco.
Miss Crawford expects to spend a few
months at the home of her brother,
Arthur Crawford, in Berkeley.
District Attorney S. E. Notson act
eompanied the county court to Port
land on Tuesday, to be present at
the meeting Wednesday of the Uma
tilla and Morrow county judges and
commissioners with -the state high
way commission and assist in the deliberations.
Mary Kljen, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Thomson, who was con
fined to a hospital in Portland for
some time while recovering from an
operation for appendicitis, returned
home with her mother the past week.
She' U now getting along quite well.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Burroughs of Jor
dan Siding were taking in the big do
ings here on Saturday. Mr. Bur
roughs states that his fine crop of
fall apples is now being harvested.
Much good fruit Is produced on the
Burroughs farm on Rhea creek.
The Misses Margaret and Bern ice
Woodson departed during the week
to take up .their work at the Univer
sity of Oregon at Eugene. Miss Ber
nice will enter the university as a
freshman this year, having attended
school in Portland last season.
John Vaughn and family were up
from Portland for a few days the end
of the week, visiting with relatives
at lone and Heppner. Returning home
on Sunday they were accompanied by
Mrs. Carrie Vaughn who will spend
a week or so in the city.
Miss Edna Vaughn came up from
Portland on Friday end spent Satur
day here, taking in the Rodeo. She
returned home on Sunday, going to
the city with Leonard Barr, her step
father, who is spending the week vis
iting with his family.
D Tl. f.Milit Htitonn tn
IVUJ lit I B1IU IBUIIIJ vv
thotr hnm Mi Port land on TueitdaV
after spending a week in this city to
be present at the Her family reunion
.rJ ink. i 41. - Rnao Pmr its am.
ployed by the O-W. R. A N, and works
out of Portland.
yesterdny from his farm north of
lone. So far thjs fall but very little
rain has fallen out that way aird U
is beginning' to be badly needed, in
order that the seeding of grain may
be under way.
WnlHn Toi-rv of Baker, brother of
Iiai-lr TiJPfW rtf thi (itV. WHK. hoTfi fOT
the Rodeo. He took part in the buck
ing contest the first day, out was dis
qualified when he hit the dust off
Attorney Glenn Y. Wells drove up
from Portland for a visit with rela
tives here and to take in a part of
the Rodeo. Ha was accompanied by
his niece. Miss Mrya Wells, daughter
of Assessor Wells, who is taking a
business course in the city. They re
turned to Portland on Sunday.
Mr., and Mrs. C. W. McNamer en
tertained quite a number of visitors
during the Rodeo, among them being
Bert Mason and family of lone, Mrs.
S. Butler of Skamania, Wash., and
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers of Walla Walla,
the latter being a brother of Mrs.
A very heavy shower of rain fell
over Heppner and vicinity on Tues
day evening, wetting up the ground
in good shape. The storm was ac
companied by some thunder but no
damage was reported. The rain was
not general over the county, however.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson took
in the Rodeo from their home at
Ukiah. Mr. Peterson is the owner
of the relay string which copped the
three-day money. Mrs. Peterson was
formerly Miss Ruth Huddleston of
Pete and A. W. Gilliland, jockeys
for the Peterson relay string, Rodeo
winners, and Kenneth Depuy, cham
pion Ukiah buckaroo, were three
Ukiah boys who took a prominent
part fn the Rodeo.
E. Nordyke, proprietor of Venturi
garage at Lexington, was in the city
for a short while on Monday, attend
ing to matters of business.
Attorney F. A. McMenamin of Port
land spent two days in Heppner the
end of the week, taking in the Rpdeo.
Jas. S. Stewart of Corvallia, for-1
merly editor of the Fossil Journal
and for many years a booster for per
manent roads and promoter of the
John Day highway, was a visitor here
Friday and Saturday, having matters
of business to attend to in this vi
cinity. Dillard French of Gurdana was an
interested spectator at the Rodeo. His
son Jack won the buckaroo champion
ship as well as the prize for all
round cowboy. Herbert French, an
other son, alo took part in the show.
Patrick Curran and Frances Doher
ty, both residents of Morrow county,
were joined in matrimony at St. Pat
rick's church in Heppner on Wednes
day, Sept. 23rdRev. Father Cantweii,
parish priest officiating.
The regular meeting of the Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary will be held at
Bethel chapel, Monday evening next.
Hostesses are Mrs. Frank Gilliam
and Mrs. Andrew Olsen. Mrs. Walter
Many lone people were here Satur
day for the last Rodeo performance.
Among them were Walter Cochran
and family, "Rusty" Cochran, "Dutch"
Rietmarm and family, Hap" Woods
Senator Robert Carsner of Gilliam
county was a visitor .in Heppner on
Monday, being interested in sqme
stock shipments from this point. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Carsner.
Flett Bros, of Dry Fork made a hit
at the Rodeo with their beautiful
chariot team. They assisted in put
ting on the exhibition chariot race
the three days.
NOW IS THE TIME-TO BUY YOUR
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
reason for the
WRIGLEY'S l tKat It last,
so long and returns such
great dividends for so small
an outlay. It keeps teeth
clean, breath sweet, appetite
keen, digestion good.
Fresh and full-flavored
always In in wax-wrapped
Will deliver in truck-load lots of 1500 feet or
H more at Heppner for $6.00 per M.
16-Inch Pine Wood, at mill, $4.00 Cord
I Pyle& Grimes j
Parkers Mill, Oregon
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for the
past twelve years.
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be In
"Albert jmtuIj or
in IW aaMIT'
Count on Carnation Mush not
only for a better breakfast but
an easier-to'get breakfast. Five
minutes and this delicious
whole wheat cereal is table-ready !
The Dalles on Saturday,
October 10, Dalles Hotel,
and in Pendleton on Sun
day, October 11, at the
OIBee Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation.
Dr. Mcllcnthin Is a regular grad
uate In medicine and suricery and Is
lirenned bv the sllllo of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gll stonss, ulcers of atom
aeh, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful rc
suits in diseases of the stomach, livor,
bowels, blood, skin, norves, heart, kid
novs. blnddcr. bed wetting, catarrh
weak lungs, rheumatism, scinticn, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below aro the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients In Ore
Rose J. Aplln, Cnrson, Wash., nerve
Mra. Otto Will, Jefforson, varicose
M. P. Chrlsllnnson, Albany, bladder
Mrs. M. A. Ewan, Coquille, stomach
Robert Zlglinskl, Scio, slomnch and
John Roth, Albany, adenoids and
Mrs. M. I. Olsen, Portland, appen
dicitis. Remember the above date, that con
sultation on this trip will be frco and
that his trentment is different. .
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Mr. and Mr. O. M. Whittington of
Rnd arrived at Heppner on Friday,
Ukii.g in two dayt of the Rodeo and
having a good viiit with former
friendi. They returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mn. Win. Luttrell were
KueoU at the home of Mr. and Mn.
M. D. Clark during the Rodeo. They
returned to their home at Grasi Val
ley on Sunday.
Mn. Phill Cohn and daughter
Eleanor were in Heppner for the last
day of the Eodeo. They arrived by
auto Friday, accompanied by Mr.
Miss Ruth Tash left on Sunday for
Monmouth and wilt enter school in
the State Normal for the year. Mias
Tash taught in thii county the past
APPLES Good Spitzenberg eating
and cooking apples, fl a box, f.o.b.
Hood River, cash with order. B. L.
Clark, R. 1, Box 121. Hood River, Ore.
Mrs. Ida Dutton was a week-end
riaitor in tha city from her home in
Portland and enjoyed meeting many
of ber former friends while hera.
Hiram Taih ii a guest this week at
th home of his son, Fred Tash, com
ing over from his home at walla
Walla on Friday.
Lost, on Sept. 26, between lone
and Lexington, one new spare tire on
wire wheel; reward, 95. Werner Riet
man, lone. Ore.
DrA. H. Johnston drove to Port
land on Monday and after a few days
of business in the city will return
home on Friday.
M. R. Morgan and family of lone
were among the numerous visitors in
the city from that part of the county
For Sale Horses, mules, plow, har
ness, weeder and Holt motor com
bine. Troy Bogard, Eight Mile, Ore.
Good frame building, 20 x 60 for
rent; suitable for workshop or stor
age. Inquire Gonty Shoe Store.
Bargains In Drills
I have VAN BRUNT and KEN
. TUCKY DRILLS, slightly dam
aged by flood water at BARGAIN
KARL L. BEACH
1 Order Your I
SEED WHEAT I
We have some Forty Fold, average
97 1-4 per cent pure, and Certi- I
fied Hybrid 128.
Heppner Farmers Elevator I
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
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
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
Stylcplus Windsor Cheviots
From the Saturday Evening l'o of September 26,
Smart dressers are wearing cheviots this Fall.
Knowing they would, we arranged to offer
Styleplus Windsors cheviots of character. The
fabrics are diagonals, broadwales, diamond
weaves, herringbones, and supcr-mixtures.
Shades are Collegiate Greys, Sand Tones, Bur
gundies, Delft Blues, Gothic Browns.
Come in and see Stylcplus before you buy any
clothes especially see the Windsor Cheviots.
David A. Wilson
Everything in Men's
Work and Dress
i t - iwts'ttiiL.'-i-'jivt . r nth
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, wrhich 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
Pure Cane Sugar $7.00
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 10c pkg.
Sinclair's Condensed Milk, 10c Can
Graniteware and Tinware still at
Piece goods, men's ware, gloves and all other
items cut to sell.
Entire Stock Must Go
SAM HUGHES CO.
Address: 211 Bradbury Dldg, Los