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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1926.
Mr. and Mrg. F. C. Marquardson of
Buhl, Idaho, were visitors in Hepp
ner for a few hours on Tuesday, giv
ing the old town a call while en route
to California. For a number of years
Mr. Marquardsen was engaged in the
mercantile business at this place,
running the Fair store. Since leaving
Heppner they have resided at Buhl
where they have, a large tract of ir
rigated land. They will spend several
months in California at Oakland
where their son, Ernest and his wife
reside. Ernest is with the Merchants
Trust company bank in Berkeley. Mr.
and Mrs. Marquardsen enjoyed their
few hours in Heppner very much and
met quite a number of former friends.
Harry French was in from the ranch
Deyond Kock Creek Friday. The big
turkey and beef Bhoot at his place
last weeK was a success and a good
cruwu gamerea to participate. Mr.
French is still boosting his place as a
proper location for the Eastern Ore.
gon tuberculosis hospital, and while
in the city he made out papers to be
presented to the Board of Control
which will properly place that loca
tion before them and he hopes to have
this body go over the place, feeling
that they will not fail to recognize
the Bplendid merits of his ranch for
R. L. Benge, county judge of Mor
row county, arrived in Portland from
Heppner yesterday to attend the
meeting of the state highway com
mission here today. Mr. Benge re
ports that sufficient rain has fallen
in the Heppner district to cause the
grain to sprout nicely, and farmers
are looking forward to a good yield
fom the fall-planted, tracts next sum
mer. Mr. Benge is registered at the
Imperial hotel. Monday's Oregonian.
Andrew Patterson, who has been at
work for some time in a garage at
Condon, has opened the repair shop
of .Ventura garage in Lexington,
where he will be located in the future.
He and Mrs. Patterson, who is a teach
er in the lone school, were guests
over Thanksgiving at the home of Mr.
r-atterson's mother, Mrs. C. C. Pat
terson, in this city.
The Willing Workers of the Chris
tian church will give their annual
bazaar at the church parlors on Fri
day afternoon and evening, Dec. 10.
There will be many useful articles
on display that will help in solving
Christmas gift problems; then the
ladies will serve a lunch, and also
present choice cooked food for sale.
The grain out in Billy Tucker's sec
tion beyond Blackhorse iB coming
along nicely now. Plenty of mois
ture resulted from the storms of the
past week and the ground is getting
well wet. Mr. Tucker, who has been
busy butchering hogs, brought some
of his product to town on Friday and
made disposition of it here.
L. E. Bisbee and family returned
cn Sunday evening- from Portland.
Mrs. Bisbee spent the week in the
city and Mr. Bisbee and the children
motored down for the Thanksgiving
holidays. They were accmopanied
home by Mrs. Gay M. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Ferguson, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Olson. Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Ferguson and Mrs. Anna Heincy
and Garnet Barratt and family were
guests at' the Raymond Ferguson
country home Thursday and enjoyed
uig uaiiKsgiving oinner.
Rev. Melville T. Wire and wife of
Pendleton were Thanksgiving day
guestB at the home fo Prof. James
M. Burgess and wife in this city. Rev,
Wire is pasitor of the Methodisrti
church at Pendleton and Mrs. Wire
a sister of Mr. Burgess,
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Mather of Prairie
City spent the week end in this city,
being guests at the home of Mrs.
Mather's parents, Mr. and MrB. W. P.
Mahoney. They returned to Prairie
City Sunday, where Mr. Mather is
principal of the school.
E. H. Buhn, jeweler, made a busi
ness trip to Boise, Idaho, over the
week-end, returning home Wednesday
morning. Mr. Buhn is promoting a
"get acquainted sale" at his store,
and we call attention to hie adver
A. A. Amort, wife and two children,
and his mother came up from their
home at Corvallis to spend Thanks
giving with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Patter
son, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Amort,
Jr., They returned home on Sunday.
Miss Lucile McDufTee underwent a
very scriuos operation at Hot' Lake
Banatorium on Thursday. Her fath
er, Geo. McDufTee, went to Hot Lake
Sunday to be with his daughter dur
- ing the critical period in her recovery.
Leonard Schwarz, who has been
spending several months at Pendle
ton, working in a meat market, has
returned to Heppner and now has a
position in the Central Market along
with his father, Henry Schwarz.
A guest at the home of Mrs. Hessie
Kinney during the past week was her
brother, J. A. Patterson of Walla
Walla. Mr. Patterson arrived here
on Wednesday of last week and spent
several days in the city.
Miss Helen Curran came up from
Portland to spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Curran. Miss Curran is
a graduate nurse from St. Vincent's
hospital in Portland,
Howard Anderson, formerly en
gaged in farming on Eight Mile, but
who is making his home at Tillamook
for the winter, was here a short time
this week, looking after matters of
Mrs. Walker, county superintend
ent, was a visitor at the school Mon
day. She visited the seventh and
eighth grade rooms and the geom
etry and English classes in the high
Mr, and Mrs. George Stevens of
Arlington attended the Elks dance at
Heppner on Wednesday evening last
and were visitors also at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gordon.
Arnold BalBiger of lone was a vis
itor in Heppner on Tuesday.
Judge R. L. Benge was a passenger
ot for Portland on Saturday night.
going to the city to attend the month
ly meeting of the state highway com
mission. He was accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Luola Benge, who was
returning to her studies at the Uni
versity of Oregon after having spent
'ne thanksgiving season with her par
Miss Edna Vaughn accompanied Mr,
and Mrs. Chas. Cox on a trip to Port
land Sunday of last week, and spent
me ween in the city visiting with
relatives and friends. She returned
home on Saturday.
Mrs. P. A. Anderson of Portland
and Mrs. Kit McCarty of The Dalles
were visitors here over the Thanks
giving holidays, being guests at the
home of their mother, Mrs. E. F.
Paul and Natt Webb were in Stan
field Saturday en route from Heppner
to walla Walla. Wn. Thev were
bringing work' stock for their wheat
ranch in Washington. Stanfield
Nels H. Justus, who has been re
siding for the past two years at
Knappen, Alberta, is home for a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. 0.
Justus, and his numerous friends
Judge Jas. A. Fee of the law firm
of Fee & Fee of Pendleton, was a
visitor in this city Saturday, having
matters of a legal nature to attend
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter LaDusire enioved
Thanksgivnig dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Turner of Swairn-art
Mrs. Gay M. Anderson spent the
past week in Portland and other
points adjacent, where she enioved a
visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Francis Coshow. teacher of
the Hodsd on school, was a week-end
euest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter La Dusire in this city.
F. W. Sicgenthaler is the new en
gineer in charge of the locomotive on
the Heppner branch, and has located
in the city with his family.
Mrs. Melissa Marlatt is quite ill
it her home in this city, having been
confined to her bed for several days
and at the present time her condition
ii not much improved.
Mrs. P. M. Gemmell departed for
beattle on Saturday, where she will
spend a week or so visiting with rela
tives residing in that city.
M. L. Case of Case Furniture com
pany, made a business trip to Port
land the first of the week, returning
Home on Wednesday.
Albert Miller of Pendleton was a
visitor here on Tuesday.
AT THE METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preach
ing at 11, subject, "The Imperative
of a Christian Life." Services at 7:30
p. m., evangelistic. About 10 minutes
will be given to echoes of the revival.
Epworth League at 6:30. Reception
of new member at the 11 o'clock service.
, I. V. PARKER, Pastor.
Is a famous advertising slogan and
will be the subject of the Sunday
evening sermon at the Church of
Christ. The morning message will be
from the first chapter of First Peter.
Bible school and Christian Endeavor
invite your attendance.
MILTON W. BOWER, Minister.
SCHOOL TO GIVE PROGRAM.
The Golden West school. Mrs. Anna
Heiney, teacher, will give an enter
tainment for the benefit of the school
n Frdiay evening, Dec. 3. For this
occasion a splendid program has been
arranged and a fine time is promised
all who attend. The entertainment
will be given at the new Grange hall
on Rhea creek, and begins promptly
at 8 p. m.
RHEA CREEK GRANGE.
The regular meetings ol the Rhea
Creek Grange will be on the first Sun
day and third Saturday of each month
during the summer. The Friday meet
ings as held heretofore are now
changed to Saturday.
LEXINGTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
Preaching and communion at 11:00
o'clock. Bible school, 10 a. m. A
cordial welcome to you. E. L. WOOD
For real comfort buy an Allen's
Parlor furnace. The best of all for
economy and comfort. Sold by Case
rot pack excessively with winter rain,
presents a tidy appearance and is in
excellent condition for the next sea
son s use.
A big special on linoleums, coneol-
eums and Certainteed floor coverings
beginning Saturday, Dec. 4, both
yard goods and rugs. Buy Xmas gifts
mat nave the extra merit of service.
Case Furniture Company.
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 on his premises in
Morrow County, Oregon, and that he
will on Saturday, the 18th day of De
cember, 1926, at the hour of 2:00
o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
at his place seven miles southeast of
Pine City in Morrow County, Oreeon.
offer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash in hand the said
animals. Said animals are described
One bay mare, bald faced, branded
Order them any day.
We prepare them
to suit the taste.
ED CHINN, Prop
Get our prices before
Now is a good time
m to buy
Our prices are always fair
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
CALIFORNIA bids you
turn back the calendar
to summer and come play in
the warm sunshine.
At an added Inducement the
Unicoi Pacific now offers special
low round trip fares and assure
you a marvelous journey on the
finest of fast trains. Connections
via Portland or Salt Lake City,
MAM TOim RESERVATIONS NOW
CHESTER DARBEE, Agent
I want to close out my en
tire stock of DRY GOODS
Now till January First all
goods sold for cash at
LADIES SILK HOSE.
CHILDREN'S HOSE, ALL KINDS
MEN'S WOOLEN AND COTTON HOSE
PERCALES AND GINGHAMS
OUTING FLANNEL-ALL BOLT GOODS
MEN'S PANTS WOOLEN SHIRTS
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
WINTER AND LEATHER COATS
$4.50 and $5 Ladies' Lace Shoes, Now $2.25
ALL HOLIDAY GOODS ACCORDINGLY
W. P. Prophet
HR on left hip.
One gray horse, blotch brand.
One bay horse, blotch brand.
One yearling sorrel gelding, slick.
One yearling bay gelding, alick.
One two-year-old bald faced geld
One yearling mare mule, slick.
One three-year-old dapple gray
One three-year-old sorrel bald faced
One yearling sorrel gelding, slick.
One yearling bay mare, slick.
One yearling gray mare, slick.
One yearling brown gelding, slick.
One bay mare, weight about 1100
with star in forehead, blotch brand.
One gray mare branded NC on left
shoulder, with roan colt at side.
One sorrel bald faced horse, brand
ed 7H6 connected on left hip.
Unless the same shall have been
redeemed by the owner or owners
Butti-r Creek ranch. Echo, Ore.
C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
These new arrivals in beautiful draperies to help furnish the home for
nearing Yuletide cheer, and aid milady in present-making:
Puritan, Columbia and other Cretonnes, including the very delightful
Very appropriate for present making. Cretonnes 35c to 75c the yard.
Delicately patterned, makes exquisitely gay curtains.
50c the yard.
Also ready-made, rufflled curtains with tie-backs.
ECRU TRIM, 25c YARD
See goods in our windows. We will be pleased
to show them.
Malcolm D. Clark
It's Only 4 Weeks Till
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