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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1925.
A letter received this wk from
our old friend, Col, C. C. Boone of
th Roaeburf Soldiers Homo, indicat
ed that be Is getting along fine and
enjoying himself, being well out
fitted with hunting and fishing equip
ment, the colonel states that he is
killing time as a sportsman, recently
taking a couple of hunting and fish
ing trips. These netted him plenty
of fish but no deer, as the latter are
hard to get. Ha sends regards to all
old Morrow county friends.
Theo. Beck, formerly engaged in
farming in the Eight Mile section,
came down from Walla Walla the last
of the week and is getting the balance
of his stuff together so that it may
be transferred to his new location.
Mr. Beck will make his home at Walla
Walla, where he expects to continue
in the farming game. He states thst
it is very dry up that way now and
that good rains are as badly needed
there as here as the dry weather is
hindering the fall seeding.
Owing to an-automobile accident, in
which his machine was rather badly
smashed, Rev. Aibyn Esson was un
able to reach Heppner for services at
the Christian church on Sunday. He
will be here for the coming Sunday,
however, and services will be held
both morning and evening. No par
ticular details of the accident reached
Heppner but in a telegram Mr. Ebsoii
stated that he was not hurt, even
though his car was put out of com
mission. Percy Garrigues of Portland and
Orve Rasmus of this city returned
to town Tuesdsy evening after sev
eral days of hunting in the timber.
They were not successful in landing
a buck deer, and hoping for better
luck in another line, they departed
today for East Lake, where they will
angle for some of the big trout for
a few days before Mr. Garrigues
finishes his vacation season.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson and son
William, who have been visiting at
the Cecil home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hynd at Cecil for the past four weeks,
depsrted on Tuesday for their home
at Arthur, Ontario. They are return
ing by way of Salt Lake City and
Denver. Mrs. Jackson is a sister of
Mrs. Hynd and this Is their first visit
to the Pacific coast
Dr. Earl McFarland, rollcctor of
customs at Portland and one time
resident of Heppnor, when he was a
kid, and John Welch, also of Port
land, were visitors here on Friday.
Being personal friends of Dr. Fred
E. Farrior, they accompanied htm on
a hunting trip and enjoyed somo good
bird shooting before returning to the
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hynd of Ukiah
came over Monday to attend the
Schaffer-Hynd wedding at Cecil
Charlev states that the "sky line"
road from Ukiah to Ditch creek it
now in very excellent shape and the
trip to Heppner, a distance of 61
miles, csn be made easily by car in
The lone hotel changed hands on
the 15th of this month, Pyle
Grimes, recently of Parkers Mill, hav
ing purchased the hostelry from M.
B. Haines, the owner. This hotel hs,
been run for the past two years by
Sam Ganger, who a short time since
rented out the place and removed to
Andy Rood departed for Portland
on Sunday morning, where he will
spend a few days on business. He
was accompanied by John Kilkenny
and George Thomson, the latter be
ing on his wsy to Seaside for a short
visit with his family, located there
for the winter.
F. L. Hsrwood returned Sunday
night from Portland. He spent a few
days In the city the past week attend-
Inn Vi A arliM aV Aur (Jtirinn tsDVllfrl fittls)
he secured the agency at Heppner
lor me r reeu-cisemann line, unliv
ing some of the machines home with
Ralph Jones, who was doing bust
ncss in the city Saturday from his
home on Butter creek, reports that it
is pretty dry out Lena way and the
ranchers would welcome rain. It la
too drv to nlow at the present time
though grain that has been put In the
ground is coming up well.
Postmaster Smead returned home
Saturday evening after spending a
couple of weeks In the mountains
deer hunting. Regardless of the fact
that Mr. Smead put In the time laitn
fully, he returned home empty hand
ed, all buck deer having succeeded In
evading his esgle eye.
Tom O'Brien was In the city on
HntnrilAv from his ranch down on
Butter Creek. The sheep are now
coming in from the summer range
in the mountains and Mr. O'Brien
thinks range conditions dow this
way would be greatly improved now
by some good rains.
In answer to our rcquoat for copies
of a recent Issue of The Gaiette
Times, there has been a generous re
snonse on the part of our subscribers,
For this we wish to thank these good
people, as they have helped us to sup
ply our files with the missing issue
License to wed was issued on Mon
day by County Clerk Anderson to
Wrex Earl Hickok of Portland and
Miss Edene L, Moore of lone. The
weddim? was an event of the week
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. S. K.
Moore in lone, parents of the bride
E. R. Lundell, John Louy and Mi
....) Uh l P. WnnH umra lnna neon!
in Heppner for a short time on Tucs
.I... Aftnvnnnn Tkn mmfl lltl (tl till
new Studebnlter SUndnrd nix coach
of Mr, Wood . jut delivered over
him by the Lundell agency at lone
George Henrtksen of Cecil, who was
recently operated on at th Heppner
nurirical hoftpiUl for appendicitis., han
returned to hit home, being quite re
covered from the ordeal. Mr. Hen
rikson was a visitor In Heppner on
Tuesday for ft ihort time.
Mr, and Mm. A. L. Huff of Arlintf
ton were mioiiU on Sunday at th
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McCaloh
In this city. Thoy were accompanied
by Mrs. Carrie Hurnham who vlnlted
at the home of Mr. and Mra. W. W
Paul Webb waa down from the
Webb ranch on Halm crook Monday,
looking after business matters In th
R. W. Turner this week purchased
the Mary D. llcHaley residence prop
erty in north Heppner. adjoining the
Turner horn. Mr. Turner contem
plates making some Improvements
about the xesidence and may later
move into the property to reside.
Maurice Frye, proprietor of Hepp-;
ner's electrical store, went to Port
land Thursday evening and attended ,
the radio show held in that city over
the week-end. He returned home
Sunday pronouncing the show a great
Mrs. A. M. Phelps returned home
on last Thursday from Vancouver,
Wash., where she spent several weeks
during the illness and quarantine of
her daughter. Mi is Elisabeth Phelps,
because of scarlet fever.
Born At the maternity home of
Mra. G. C. Aiken in this city, on Oc
tober 20th, to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fer
guson, a son. Mother and child are
reported as doing well by Dr. Johns
ton, their physician.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow were ov
er from Boardman on Friday. They
are now permanently located 'there
and have charge of the latourell fill
ing station which they have leased.
C. R. Gunrel, banker, and Chas.
AUinger, contractor and builder, of
tone were visitors in Heppner for a
short time Tuesday afternoon while
looking after business matters.
Frank Roberts fs up from Portland
and is this week doing some repair
work on his building where the tele
phone company is located.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Rugg wero Rhea
creek folks in Heppner on Sunday.
Dr. A. D. McMurdo returned home
last evening from his stay of a couple
of weeks in the mountains for the
closing of the deer season. The
trophies of the hunt are somewhat
conspicuous by their absence, ac
cording to the doctor's report.
R. W. Morse, county agent, return
ed Saturday from Corvallis. He spent
a few days in the college city the
past week, attending the conference
of county agents held there.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lieuallen and
Jack Hynd Jr. were over from Pen
dleton on Monday to attend the wed
ding of Miss Annie Hynd, sister of
Mrs. Lieuallen and Jackie.
Strayed 3-year-old black mule,
branded inverted 8 on right shoulder,
from my pasture 6 miles east of
Hard in an. Paul Webb, Heppner, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helms, fanners
of the Lexington district, were do
ing business here on Monday.
Bom In this cfty no Monday, Oc
tober 19, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. John
Powell, a 0-lb. son.
John Jenkins was a Heppner vis
itor Saturday from his home on the
Boa rd m a n pro j ect.
Xditvrmnd Qtntral Manaqer
lui I i BAena
A constant reader of my "Bull"
Durham Ads writes in and says;
"If there was another smoking To
bacco the equal of Bull" Dur
ham a lot of us would quit you no
matter how much it cost. But alas
there is no equal at any price as we
have all found out at various times.
So we must hasten to turn the panes
and eroan, whenever we encounter
the CLOWN Ads of Will RoBers,
who is trying to discredit the worth
of the WORLD'S FAVORITE
See that Bird wrote this whole
Ad for me himself. He knocked
me but he boosted "Bull" Durham.
He fell right into my hands. Its only
by the wisdom of our smart people
that us CLOWNS and Fools are
allowed to ride in Limousines. They
say The Lord protects the fool
ish," so, I am nestling right under
his wing. So thanks Mr. Smart
Man, write us another Ad. It will
only cost you two cents
P.S. There will be another piece
here two week from now, Look
High School Debaters
To Vie For DcCou Cup
University of Oreron, Oct. 1.
Althoufh debatinr se.son does not be
gin until January, a number of Ore
gon high setiools hare started work
n competition for the DeCou eup of
fered to th winner In the Oregon
High School Debating league, accord
ing to Dr. Dan E. Clark, secretary
of the league.
Tryouts are being held at a number
of schools, the reason being, Clark
said, that Pendleton has won the cap
twice and needs only one more ric-
tory to gain permanent possession.
Salem, Granta Pass and Ashland, laat
year's winner, are strong contenders.
Finals are held at Eugene in May.
WANTED To borrow 12000 or
$3000 on good Heppner residence
property; value of property, I5&00.
Inquire this office.
Good frame building, 20 X 60 for
rent; suitable for workshop or stor
age. Inquire Gonty Shoe Store.
Special this month on Viking
Cream Separators. Morrow County
I have at my ranch on Rood Hill,
about 1000 aaeks of fortyfold wheat.
If yon are Interested, come early for
your seed. Price SI. 76 per bushel at
ranch. GEO. BURNSIDE.
For Bale Blue winter seed rye,
8c at ranch. About 200 aacks. Bill
Hill, Lena, Ore.
FOB 8 AH Good residence prop
erty in Heppner. Two-atory boom,
good barn, chicken house, wood shed;
I lots. Terma. See Sum Hughes.
Strayed away from Pendleton Sheep
Co.'a Pine City raneh, t bay mare j
nules( branded B on left shoulder,
Liberal reward. Notify H. L. Pear- j
son or Tom Boylen. Jr. :
, r- i rt
y ' Golden brown, tt IT .1 . .
feather-hght Wow is the time to I
Flapjacks with II j
plenty of ayrup II 1 111
For swt coo. order your
pany you . , .
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& SEE THE BEST IN THE LAND l
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V Wsuh for them. JJ ladustnsl Produce. Exhibit, sod the world nunou. Hotss Show. I I BS
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t ' fc;113j $16.50
5r ' &,'$25'00 "
"UR new fall and winter Over- I
coats, all wool and built for I
wear, are all their name impliea I
STLYE plus Quality, Service- j
ability and Durability. I
David A. Wilson
Reduced Prices on
ORDER YOUR WINTER SUPPLY
Single Barrel $8.00
3 Barrels or More $7.75 per Barrel.
Lexington Farmers Whse.
Lewis Store, Lexington
I Order Your I
We have some Forty Fold, average 1
97 1-4 per cent pure, and Lerti- s
fied Hybrid 128.
Heppner Farmers Elevator !
Reduced To Sell
To make room for new stock
THE CHENEY PHONOGRAPH CO.
announces big cut in prices on
All models in proportion.
Also, just received several Swanson port
able phonographs, little dandies carry like
a grip just the thing to take on a picnic.
They're a buy at $30.00.
Our Music Room Always Open. Drop in
and Hear the Latest Hits.
Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry
, Call Main 1062 For Correct Time
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
C. W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
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
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
Such Bargains in DRY GOODS and GRO
CERIES as Heppner hasn't seen in
many a day at our
Closing Out Sale
Here's a sample of the BARGAINS you will
find here: i
Kellogg's Corn Flakes ..10c $3.25 Men's Gloves ....$2.23:
Sinclair Milk 10c $6.00 Men's Shoes $4.95
Sliced Pineapple, large $5.00 Men's Shoes $4.00
can 30c $4.00 Ridign Pants $2.50
Canned Lima Beans l"c 60c Ginghams, now 40c
Canned Grape Fruit 25c Men.s Lined GIoves Cost
Preserved Figs, can 30c Lgdies, Hosj Great,y Re.
SUGAR, per sack $6.75 duced.
13 lbs. for 51.00 Children's Play Suits Less
$2.75 Men's Gloves....$1.90 Than Cost.
$1.50 Men's Gloves ....$1.10 All Notions at Cost or Less
All Standard Goods
SAM HUGHES CO.
111 Fifth Avenue, New York City