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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1926)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY. MAY 20,1926.
(Received too late for last week.)
Wte Crawford of Ella was calling
in Morgan Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely and W. F.
Falmateer were transacting business
in Heppner Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Minor were call
ing in Morgan Wednesday evening
from their home near lone.
Dean Ekleberry was visiting with
George Cochran Tuesday.
Several Morgan people attended the
declamatory contest in Heppner Sat
urday night and are proud to say
that one of our young girls carried off
first priie in the upper grade division.
George Cochran visited in lone
Mrs. Esta Bauernfiend was calling
on Mrs. Farrens Wednesday.
Mrs. Franklin Ely returned home
Sunday after a week's visit with her
parents in Portland.
Morgan and vicinity were visited by
several nice rains the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer were in
lone Saturday aftrenoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Medlock have
moved into the Edwards residence
The lone sewing c.ub entertained
the Morgan sewing club Friday.
The Morgan Reaekah lodge mem
bers are staging three one act plays
in the near future. Date will be an
nouncd next wek.
Mothers' Day was fittingly observed
last Sunday on the beautiful lawn at
the Ellis Minor home and the -moth
ers of Morgan, surrounded by their
children, were there in full force.
Fathers were permitted on the
grounds, but only on condition that
they efface themselves as com
pletely as possible. A splendid picnic
dinner was served by the ladies and
as the day was neither too warm nor
too cool the intercourse of the As
sembled guests was especially enjoy
able. Pastor Head of lone was pres
ent and addressed the gathering, pay
ing an especially fine tribute to mo
therhood in his remarks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Streeter of
Cecil were calling on Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. Hardesty Sunday.
Several Morgan farmers attended
the farmers' meeting at Heppner last
Quite a number of Morganites were
present at the graduation exercises
which were held at lone Friday night.
Mrs. Esta Bauernfiend was the din
ner guest of Mrs. H. 0. Ely Sunday.
The Morgan Rebekahs' play will be
given Saturday night, May 22, at the
Morgan school house.
Mr .and Mrs. Ralph McCormick
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Medlock.
Martin Bauernfiend was transacting
business in Heppner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harbison at
tended the Eastern Star meeting at
lone Saturday night.
Roy W. Ritner, republican candi
date for nomination for joint repre
sentative of Umatilla and Morrow
counties, was in Morgan Friday.
Harvey Medlock and Howard Har
desty spent Saturday and Sunday in
Cecil with Noel Streeter.
Jbr Economical Transportation
There was a very exciting ball game
between the Wildcats and the Tigera
on the Medlock diamond Sunday.
ROY V. RITNER.
Experience counts in every walk of
life and particularly so in a legisla
Roy W. Ritner couples with legis
lative experience attained by few
men in Oregon, the ability to get
things done. He is seldom or. never
what is known as a "solo voter." H
trains with the majority and with the
inner circle that steers the majority.
He always has a good seat on the so
called "steam roller." He does some
thing and he gets somewhere, unlike
many an estimable solon who stands
well with the home folks but is a
virtual nonentity in the hulls of the
Ritner has accomplished many
things during his two terms in the
house and two terms in the senate,
of value to the state and his imme
diate constituents. Two of them if
these were all entitle him to favor
able consideration from the voters.
When president of the senate in 1921
he killed the Portland 1925 Fair bill,
thus saving the taxpayers three mil
lion dollars which would have gone to
a needless ahow, and he helped -pass
the Market Road bill in 1919. Ho has
been identified from the first with
the highway and market road pro
gram of the atate, and few there are
who would have the hardihood to say
that this program has not added enor
mously to Oregon's convenience,
wealth and prestige.
Ritner is a large and successful
farmer and a large taxpayer. He
typifies the upstanding and go-getting
American, yet withal is a likable mn.
He commands respect and influence
at Salem, and can do much more than
a new and untried legislator. Wes
For Sale One set each of "The
New Students Reference Work," six
volumes, and "Th American Refer
ence Library." ten volumes. Ottod
condition; bargain price. Inspect at
mis omce. 7iup.
AT HOME PRICES.
Gold Seal Rugs, 9xl2 114.90
Beautiful Wall Paper....84c per roll
Felt Base Floor Carpets 45c sq. yd.
See what you buy before you buy it.
CASE FURNITURE COMPANY.
Summer Pasture for Rent On my
place near Hardman. Well fenced;
good care. Can handle about BO head
of horses or 60 to 75 head of cattle.
Geo. H. Hayden, Hardman. 7-10.
FOR SALE Case tractor and Case
separator. Can be bought reason
ably. Inquire J. A. Patterson, Hepp
ner. ,. tf.
I expect to be ready for piano pu
pils by June 1st. Mrs. Ray Taylor.
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QUALITY AT LOW COST
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
We have a few
to offer this week:
No. 2V- Table Peaches, per can 25c Pork and Beans ...10c, 15c and 25c
No. 2y2 Table Apricots, can 25c Shrimps, per can 20c and 25c
2 for 45c Washing Powder in blk, per lb. 10c
No. 2io Sliced Pineapple, can 25c Lux:, reg. size, 2 for 25c, large 25c
3 Pkgs. Royal Jello 25c Rinso, reg. size, 3 for 25c, large 25c
1 Pkg. Royal Gelatine 15c Babbit's Cleanser 3 for 25c
4-lb. Pkg. Market Day Raisins 50c Orange Maramalade, quart jar 45c
Cookies, per dozen 5c Calumet" Baking Powder, 1 lb. 35c
Pink Salmon, tall can 20c Calumet Baking Pow., 2y2 lbs. 85c
Red Salmon, flat cans ....20c and 35c Calumet Baking Pow., 5 lbs. $1.35
Specially Built for
1. Can be used with equal success
on hillside or level fields.
2. A real 2-man machine. Bagging
platform, centrally located, well
balanced. Men work close to
gether. 3. Header platform is parallel to
ground at all times. No grain
4. Operates equally well up hill or
5. Cylinder, 24" long, runs on self
aligning, enclosed ball bear
ings. 6. Five square feet of grate surface
beneath cylinder and main beater
provides for immediate separa
tion of 80 to 90 of grain at the
7. Wide separator (44") permits
straw to spread thinly over straw
racks for thorough separation.
8. Air blast of shoe fan is distrib
uted evenly over entire area of
shoe screen, whether machine is
going up or down hilL
9. Recleaning device in addition to
shoe similar in action to fanning
mill. Cleans grain thoroughly.
10. Power-opera ted leveling de
vice. The operator merely moves
a clutch lever the power does
11. Screens are automatically lev
eled. 12. All bearings supported on brack-
ets attached solidly to the frame,
not to sheet metal siding.
13. Auxiliary engine same as used in
Harvester trucks and tractors.
14. All drive chains are short. Double
roller chain and cut steel sprock
ets on cylinder drive.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
13 c o irmm fie Ii-D e e i?fi an g
Miss Graduate will
Brassiere Top, Step-in Chemise.
Women's Step-in Chemise (Rayon)
Women's Step-in Pants (Rayon)
Nile Green and Peach
Chiffon Hose in White and Colors.
Fancy Brassieres, Rayon Silk.
MALCOLM D. CLARK
A MAN ON FOOT IN THE RIGHT
DIRECTION WILL BEAT AN
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THOSE who are enjoying the lux
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BEGINNING a bank account was
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THIS bank welcomes you.
Fir& National Bank
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