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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1926.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Troedson of Mor
gan, accompanied by Mr. Troedson's
uncle, Paul, and his daughter of
Gladstone, Oregon, were visitors in
thiB city on Monday. No complaints
as to growing conditions in the Mor
gan country and the crop outlook
still continues excellent, so says Mr.
Al Troedson. Paul Troedson has been
spending the past week in the county
looking after business pertaining to
his land holdings here.
Miss Frances Parker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parker of this
city, arrived home from Joseph on
Tuesday. Miss Parker has been
teaching a school near that place
during the past year and will return
there in the fall. She expects to de
part shortly for Monmouth to attend
the summer sessions of the state nor
Richard McElligott, ex-Morrow
county farmer and now a resident
of Porltand, has been spending this
week in Heppner. Mr. McElligott is
an extensive land owner of the lone
section and is here to look after his
interests and watch the wheat grow.
He thinks this part of the state never
had a better crop prospect than at
Mrs. Hanson Hughes was called to
The Dalles on Tuesday afternoon in
response to word announcing the ser
ious Illness of hor brother, Nick Hoff
man. Mr. Hoffman was with a Ash
ing party out from The Dalles on
Sunday and was picked up in the road
in an unconscious condition and so
far all efforts to revive him have
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek returned
home on Sunday from a visit to Spo
kane. Mr. Sweek was called to that
city on business in connection with
the Federal Land bank, he being the
attorney for the bank in this city, as
well as secretary of the Hardman
National Farm Loan association.
Mrs. Vawter Crawford departed on
Monday for Pendleton and will spend
a week or so in that city visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. B. Cooly. From there
Mrs. Crawford will go on to Joseph
for a visit with the folks residing in
Wallowa county. She accompanied
her son William to Pendleton.
Jeff Jones was called to Portland
the end of the week to look after
matters of business. Returning home
on Tuesday, he was accompanied by
his daughter, Mrs. Ellis Henricksen,
of San Leandro, Calif., and little son,
who will spend a month or so on a
visit with the home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crosby were
in town from their Willow creek
farm on Monday. Mr. Crosby is well
pleased with the fine growing condi
tions up the creek lots of good grass
and everything looks glorious.
For Sale One set each of "The'
New Students Reference Work," six
Mrs. Pauline Lininger and Mrs. W.
Eaton arrived In Heppner last Friday
for a visit at the home of Sam Lin
inger and Jack McGinnis. Mrs. Lin
niger Is spending a week here, while
Mrs. Eaton, a sister of the two gen
tlemen, returned to her Portland home
volumes, and "The American Refer
ence Library," ten volumes. Good
condition; bargain price. Inspect at
this office. tt.
Mrs. Florence Paul, who has been
spending the past three weeks in
Portland and vicinity on a visit to
relatives and friends, returned home
on Sunday and has resumed her du
ties in the store of Sam Hughes Co.
Gilbert Coats was' down from Hard
man for a short while on Saturday.
Mr. Coats has been quite ill for the
most of the winter but we are glad to
note that he is now improving.
Chas. Thomson and wife departed
for Portland the end of the week
for a stay of several days in the city
where Mr. Thomson was called on
n atters of business.
COMMUNITY7 SMALL BOYS
SHOW UNUSUAL ENTERPRISE
All this season of the year the
laborial activities of the average
small boy is somewhat dormant.
Therefore the recent sudden enter
prise of so many of our future pres
idents has caused no little comment.
Mother has not had to call Willie the
second time to run errands for some
days past, and Dad has been agree
ably surprised to find the kindling
split and neatly piled in the wood
box upon his return home in the
The reason for this metamorpho
sis? Far be it from us to betray the
secrets of any of our young friends
but our idea is just this: Just a few
days ago a genial gentleman, by name
P. C. Franklin, invaded our fair city
with a brigade of bill poster men,
who have decorated every available
inch of wall space with the announce
ment of the advent of William J.
Harvall's mammoth tented "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" company. The company
will exhibit at Heppner, Saturday,
May 1, for the evening performance
only at 8:15 p. m.
Frank Harwood, local Jeweler, re
turned home Tuesday from a short
business trip to Portland.
One, two or three furnished and
heated rooms for rent. See C. A.
No matter how good the
food may be, a poor grade
of coffee spoils your meal.
Try our coffee-r-we take
pride in the fact tliat we
know how to make good
Served daily from II to 4
ED CHINN, Prop.
Of course you will give
Jewelry for Graduation
because no graduation is complete without a token of
appreciation and admiration of that first success of Life
and because there is nothing like jewelry for perman
ency and lasting satisfaction. Nor is there anything that
may be given to the graduate that will develop greater
appreciation. These suggestions may help you in your
OTHER GIFTS .
RANGE HORSES SHIPPED.
John Bellenbrook of Monument
made shipment of two cars of range
horses from Heppner the first of the
week. The horses were gathered up
on the ranire over that way and are
from that class of animals known as
"wild horses," having no one to claim
them and come under the provisions
of the law that aims to rid the range
of a nuisance. The animals fro to the
"factory" at Portland where they are
worked over into chicken feed and
fertilizer, and bring a price approx
imating t'.i per head to the stockman
who makes the shipment.
Colonial Santone Range. The best
value in Steel, Cast and Malleable
Ranges. Used ranges taken in trade.
CASE FURNITURE CO.
2j Our feeds are making
Dairymen and Poultrymen tell us that our
- carefully balanced feeds produce results.
A trial will convince you, too.
Brown Warehouse Co.
WE DELIVER WITHIN CITY LIMITS.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
Stock Salt $16 A Ton
Wool Bags Fleece Twine
Brown Warehouse Co.
C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
THE MILK YOU USE
for cakes, pastry and other desserts
must be rich in cream. Our milk is
WHOLE MILK and it's pure.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS., Props.
Service and the Small
This bank is a service institution organized to meet finan
cial necessities of its depositors. The amount of its ser
vice to its dpeositors often depends on the bank balances
This bank must carefully protect the funds deposited
here by its depositors. Money can be loaned only when
we feel sure that it will be safe. When a depositor main
tains a reasonably large, steady balance, it is an indica
tion to us that he knows how to use money successfully.
It gives us a reason to believe that loans to him will be
safe. That is one reason why depositors who maintain
large balances get better service from their bank. They
are entitled to it.
And even more than that, a large balance provides
the depositor with sufficient funds to take care of emer
gencies and business opportunities that may arise.
Fanners & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bdllk 0r?on
save the surface
Surface-saving film in bucket
fulls laid on in smooth even
coatings, impervious to moisture.
Easy to use; and economical.
Your dealer or painter will help
you choose the proper paint and
KASMUSSKN PURE PAINT
Alto Porch 'Floor Paint; Automobile Enamel;
Spar Varnish; Roof Coating, etc.
Wall-Dura Washable Wall Paint; Racolire
Enamel; Inside Floor Paint; Oil StaJn; Floor
and Varnish Stain; Bathtub Enamel ; Durable
Floor Varnish; Presto-lac a brush lacquer
RASMUSSEN 8s COMPANY
TO OUR CREAM CUSTOMERS :
We can only make the grade of buttre from the grade of
cream we receive. Now, if we are going ahead and be on the
map like other surviving creameries, we must have A-grade
cream. We are not churning any B-grade cream. We will pay
market price for A-grade cream.
Morrow County Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Manager.
in the great Merit Bread
Cash Prize Contest
of the Log Cabin Baking Co.
SAM HUGHES COMPANY
Phone 962 Heppner, Ore.
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, Only $2.00 the Year
GILLIAM & BISBEE, Heppner, Ore.
Sunday, April 9
What would be more ap
preciated by your mother
than a box of
Think it over, and
we have the candy
Phelps Grocery Company