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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1926.
Mr. nd Mrs. Bert Plmteer were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
A few people of Morgan attended
the aupper at the Congregational
church Friday evening
Fay and Noah Pettyjohn have been
treating wheat the past week.
Miss Eudora Hardesty was calling
on Mrs. George Mahoney Thursday.
The farmers of Morgan and vicinity
are getting ready to seed.
Mrs. R. E. Harbison returned home
Friday morning after spending a week
visiting in the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ritchie and
family were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Eckleberry Sunday.
Mrs. Alfred Medlock returned 1iome
Sunday after spending some time vis
iting relatives in Missouri.
Miss Geraldine Funk was surprised
Saturday afternoon by a surprise
birthday party which was arranged by
her mother. Refreshments of sand
wiches, cake and jello were served
Those present were Carrie Medlock,
Dot and Dimple Crabtree, Cora Scott.
Helen Streeter, Marion and Mansel
Krebs, Laura Chandler, Francis Jones
snd Margaret Ely.
Martin Bauemtiend has finished his
Mr. Mahoney of Portland spent a
few days visiting his son George the
Miss Eudora Hardesty was calling
n Arlington Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauernnend
were calling in lone Friday.
Mrs. Ralph McCormick was in Mor
(Missent to Hardman Last Week.)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pettyjohn of the
Junction were calling in Morgan on
Mrs. George Mahoney was calling
on Mrs. Jim Hardesty Tuesday.
Chester Hutchcroft started seed
Roy Stender has been delivering
hjs crop to the Morgan warehouse
Martin Bauernnend is building
large cellar to put his winter sup
plies in. It looks a sif he might be
expecting a cold winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Troedson jour
neyed to Arlington Sunday to take
R. L. Eckleberry and son are spend
ng a few days in the mountains
For Sale 13 head of Lincoln bucks.
Ralph Thompson, Heppner. tf .
Modern house with garage, nicely
located, for rent furnished or unfur
nished. Prefer to rent unfurnished.
Will sell verv reasonable. See C. A.
For Sale 15 head yearling Lin
coln-Ramboulet rams, and 22 head
Ramboulet rams. Tom O Brien.
CARE OF THE EVES.
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optical
Co, permanent location, Portland,
office in the Merchants Trust Bldg.,
corner 6th and Washington Sts., will
be in Heppner Sunday, Oct. 10th, on
his regular monthly visit. See him
about your eyes. At the Hotel Hepp
ner all day and evening. Remember
the date, Sunday, Oct. 10. 27-8.
Furnished house for rent. Inquire
at this office.
LOST A bunch of about 12 keys.
Finder return to this office. Reward.
See us before you build. Our
tii-ima are rieht. HeDnner Box A
Lumber Co., Tiards aero is from de
FOR SALE OR TRADE Reo tour
ing car, 1922 model. Gene Gentry,
Energetic man wanted to distribute
nationally known food products to
steady users in Gilliam, Morrow and
Sherman counties, Oregon. One who
will not be satisfied with less than
$50.00 a week. No experience neces
sary. Write at once to The J. R.
Watkins Company, Rural Department,
4512 Hollis Street, Oakland, Calif.
Wheat Ranch For Rent Eight Mile
country. D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
Woman Wanted at Once To do
general housework for two. J. H.
Cox, Heppner. 28-9.
Rams for sale 10 Hampshire rams.
R. M. Oviatt, Heppner. 25-26
FOR SALE Spitzenberg and New
town apples; price 90c per box. Ad
dress Mrs. Perry E. Wells, R. F. D.
No. 1, Box 115, Hood River, Oregon.
For Sale 14 Poland China hogs,
weight about 110 pounds each; also
15 weanling pigs. Ellis Minor ranch,
The restaurant in the Gilman build
ing will be open again to the public
on Friday, October 8, at noon. Meals
served restaurant style but regular
hours only. Bertha M. Stoneman.
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DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
UMATILLA AND MORROW
General Election Nov.' 2, 1926.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the laws of the
State of Oregon the undersigned has
taken up the hereinafter described
annual, found running at large on
his premises in Morrow county, State
of Oregon, and that he will on rn
day, the 22nd day of October, 1926,
at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at his place
known as the Hamilton Ranch, 18
miles southeast of Heppner in said
Morrow county, State of Oregon, offer
for sale and sell to the highest bid
der for cash in hand the said animal.
Said animal is described as follows
One dark bay horse, weight about
1000 nuonds, 5 years old; branded PA
on right shoulder; white on left hind
foot and right ear split on top.
W. V. PEDRO. Cecil. Oregon.
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OCTOBER 12th, at the Dorlon
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
The Dalles and Pendleton
in Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years.
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be in THE DALLES on MON
DAY, OCTOBER 11, at The Dalles
Hotel, and in PENDLETON on TUES
rw MllpnrViin is a veeular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of uregon. tie
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomsch, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal aumenis.
Relnw are the nmaes of a few of his
many satisfied patients in Oregon:
Mrs. W. J. Martin, Moro, nign Diooa
Mrs. Peter Westburg, Colton, stom
Mr. Halvor Nelson, Chinook, Wn.,
Martin Jorgesson, Astoria, nerve
Mr. Chris Hanson. Chinook. Wash.,
bowel trouble and neuritis.
Mrs. James Ellis, Coquille, gall
stones and colitis.
James Suess, Lakeside, ucers of
J. R. Jenkins, Silverton, circulatory
Remember the above dates, that
consultation on this trip will be free
and that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
W Coffee and pie, doughnuts, snails, cook- g
H ies or maple bars, or a good sandwich, g
H Drop in and get a cup of coffee any time.
j Buy Heppner Mome-ade Bread. If your
grocer don't stock it, buy it here at j
cash and carry prices. j
Thing for the
These are brand new
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MALCOLM D. CLARK
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 and 8:
CHARLES RAY and ELEANOR BOARDMAN in
"THE AUCTION BLOCK"
By REX BEACH.
From heir to millions a play boy who wasted his father's wealth on girls and gaity to
a job as shoe clerk in a small twon. What a dizzy descent. Charles Ray and Eleanor Board
man in the greatest and funniest picture either have made, based on Rex Beach's best seller.
Also two last episodes of "THE GREAT CIRCUS MYSTERY."
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9:
BUCK JONES in
"A MAN FOUR SQUARE"
From the novel by Wm. MacLeod. The story of a two-fisted cowpuncher who toko a fling
at the jazz life and hurried back to the open spaces. Here's a picture you'll like excite
ment enough for several film dramas..
Also "One Wild Time," 2-reel comedy-western, and International News.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 and 11:
Rudolph Valentino in
I "THE SON OF THE SHEIK
j With VILMA BANKY. The sequel to THE SHEIK, from the novel by E. M. Hull.
Ah ! Here is Romance here is love such as 'only Valentino could portray it. J
ES Here is a Son of the Sheik who is a greater master than was his father before him.
An eye fast of virile action, colorful settings and glowing climaxes. jj
Here is indeed Valentino's greatest and most appealing picture.
H Also "Buster's Hunting Party," two reel Buster Brown comedy
CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 50c. E
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 2and 13:
LEATRICE JOY and WILLIAN BOYD in
A delightful, entertaining Comedy Drama. A story thoroughly human, with an Orietnal
background, chock full of thrills and laughs A picture filled with stirring action and with a
smashing novel climax that will amaze you.
Walter oLng plays the part of the Chinese Bandit; you should see him.
Also comedy, "HIS DUMB FRIEND."
Wm. S. Hart in TUMBLEWEEDS. George K. Arthur in THE BOOB.
Jack Daugherty in THE RADIO DETECTIVE.
Rod LaRocque in THE COMING OF AMOS.
Mary Pcikford in LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY.
and wood, coal,
duplex and box
At Special Prices
We have a large as
sortment of Univer
sal, Howard, Bridge
& Beach stoves that
we offer for sale at a
large saving to you.
$toves -: $toves -:- $toves
We carry an attractive assortment of dishes,
kitchenware and furnishings at attractive prices.
Peoples Hardware Co.
MAHOGANY ENAMCL FINISH
Come in and see this won
derful Heater. All porce
lain jacket, handsome,
economical and a revela
tion in stove heating.
Heats the home instead of
one room with the same
amount of fuel. No cold
corners or "oors.