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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1926.
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not the hunchback who had thrown
the bomb; they were up another blind
For a while Hugh chatted with him
about the outrage, then he glanced
at hia watch.
"Nearly time for lunch, I think,"
said the clergyman. "Perhaps you
would give a lonely old man th
pleasure of your company."
"Very nice of you, but I'm expect
ing my wife," said Hugh. "She said
she'd be here at one, and now it's a
quarter past. Prehaps you'll lunch
"Charmed," said the clergyman,
taking a note which a page boy was
handing to him on a tray. "Charmed."
He glanced through the note and
piaced it in his pocket. "The ladies,
bless them! so often keep us wait
I'll just go and ring up," said
Drummond. "She may have changed
Hueh returned lookin? worried.
"Can't make it out, Peter," he said i
anxiously. "Just got through to
Denny, and Phyllis left half an hour
ago to come here."
"Probably doing a bit of shopping,
old man," answered Peter reassur
ingly. "I say, Hugh, we're bloomered
over this show."
Hugh glanced across at the table
where the clergyman was sitting, and
suddenly Peter found his arm grip
ped with a force that made him cry
out. He glanced at Hugh, and that
worthy was staring at the clergyman
with a look of speechless amazement
on his face. Then he swung around,
and his eyes were blazing.
"Peter," he said tensely. "Look at
him. The one trick that gives him
away every time! Bloomered, have
we? Great heavens above, man, its
A little Uazedly Darrell glanced at
the clergyman. He was still reading
the Church Times.
EVERY BOTTLE THE
You'll find the quality of our milk
always up to standard. And just no
tice how much cream there is on thi
next bottle you get. It's WHOLE
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
ble submission to the will of th
Omnipotent, and that we extend to
the bereaved family our deepest
sympathy; That we drape our charter
in mourning in memory 01 our ae
parted sister; That a copy of these
resolutions be spread on the minutes
of the chapter and a copy be sent to
the family and one to the press.
"There must be something after
Behind the toil of man.
There must exist a God divino,
Who's working out a plan;
And this brief journey that we know
As life, must really be
The gateway to a finer world,
That some dajr we shall see."
J. J. WIGHTMAN.
REBECCA E. PATTERSON.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon the undersigned has taken up the
hereinafter described animals found
running at large upon his premises in
Morrow County, State of Oregon, and
(To Be Continued.)
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
Whereas it has pleased our Heav
enly Father to summon to her Eternal
Home our beloved sister, Elizabeth
Crawford, who was a faithful member
of Ruth Chapter, No. 32, for many
Be it resolved that we bow in hum-
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NEW HANDY PACK
pocket and purse
More for your money
and the best Peppermint
Chewing Sweet for any money
Look for Wrigley's P. K, Handy Pack
K on your Dealer's Counter 07 fc
that he will on Saturday, the 13th
day of February, 1926, at the hour of
10:00 o'clock a. m., at his place
(known as the Walter Rood ranch) on
Heppner Flat, 8 miles west of Hepp
ner, sell to the highest bidder for
cash, the said animals, unless the
same shall have been redeemed prior
to that date; said animals are describ
ed as follows:
One bay mare, blotch brand on left
stifle, sorrel colt at side.
One bay horse, brand T J connected
on left shoulder, strip in face, about
10 years old.
One bay horse, brand bar T F on
One small mare mule, 3 years old,
blotch brand on left shoulder.
One brown 2-yenr-old horse mule, no
visible marks or brands.
FIVE ACRE TRACT
FOR SALE At Hermiston: house,
chicken house, fruit and berries; lots
of shade, plenty of water for irriga
tion; 1-2 mile from depot on highway.
$500 down, balance on terms. Write
Wm. DeVore, Box 574, Pendleton, Ore.
RHEA CREEK GRANGE.
Rhea Creek Grange meets the first I
Sunday of each month at 10 a. m.,
and the third Friday night of each
month at 8 p. m. Visiting members
The Willing Workers are prepared
to do plain sewing, tack comforts,
sew carpet rags, etc., at reasonable
prices. See Mrs. Jeff Jones for fur
The Radiola 25 a 6-tube
single control "Super
Het" on our easy time
payment plan. A wonder
ful value in radio.
MAURICE A. FRYE
OR ANY OTHER STANDARD MAKE
A Store for Men
and Young Men
When your tooth aches you go to a den
tist when you want a shave you go to a
barber shop you buy tires at a garage.
Because That Is Their Business!
Our Business Is Men's
and Young Men's
both work and dress. We carry everything
for a man.
OUR SUIT SALE ENDS JAN. 25th
A MAN'S STORE FOR MEN
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, February 4-5:
Wilfred Lytell, Martha Mansfield and J. Barney Sherry in
"THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA'
A drama of the days when America tottered on the brink of
disaster. Robert E. Lee and U. S. Grant as the central figures
in a romantic story of the civil war. All the emotions that
were brought out in those soul-trying days give opportunity
for fine acting and for thrilling and dramatic situations.
Also "THE MILK BANDITS," two-reel comedy, and 13th epi
sode of "THE RIDDLE RIDER"
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6:
William Hainea, Madge Bellamy and Stuart Holmes in
"A FOOL AND HIS MONEY"
From the novel by George Barr McCutcheon. He bought a
castle with a ghost, but the ghost turned out to be a real live
American girl. A delightful picture made from a delightful
romance. Plenty of fast action, suspense and thrills.
Also 2-reel comedy, "AFTER A REPUTATION"
Watch for announcement Saturday P. T. A.
Matinee at 2:30
SUNDAY and MONDAY, FEB. 7 and 8:
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In
"DON Q, THE SON OF Z0RR0"
based on the novel "Don Q'i Love Story," by K. and Hesketh
With a whip for a weapon Douglas Fairbanks gives more
laughs, more real thrills, more high speed in "DON Q" than in
any picture he has ever made.
Swift action, tender romance, dare-devil stunts, with light
ning, whip-lash comedy nobody can resist, rapid adventure,
high conspiracy, mystery plots, all rae found in "DON Q.''
First and last a picture of supreme entertainment.
Also Baby Peggy in 'THE FLOWER GIRL"
CHILDREN 30c, ADULTS 60c
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9;
The Christian Endeavorers of the Christian Church present
THE THREE-ACT COMEDY
"THE POOR MARRIED MAN"
Lots of laughs you are assured thorough entertainment.
Matinee, everyone 25c; Evening, everyone 50c.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, (One Day Only)
ADOLPH MENJOU and GRETA NISSEN in
A society comedy drama that any one can enjoy. ,
Also Billy Sullivan In "THE TOUGH TENDERFOOT"
Here's where you get even folks. Everyone 10c.
Tom Mix in "OH! YOU TONY"
Viola Dana in "ALONG CAME RUTH"
Zane Grey's "THE LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS"
Florence Vidor in "MARRY ME"
This Year Looks Good
We Expect to Do Some Business With You
Look up the records of the. New Case Combine. Ask a man
who bought one last year. 80 per cent of the combines sold in
Morrow county last year were Cases, and every one satisfied.
WE SELL THEM
We carry a good stock of Plows, Harrows, Hardwood, and merchandise suitable for your
needs, at a reasonable price. Come in and see us.
Oliver Plows at a Genuine Bargain. -:- Agents for John Deere and J. L Case.
Peoples Hardware Company