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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1926.
J. S. Beckwith, official court re
porter, drove over from Pendleton on
Saturday to attend the session of cir
cuit court here. He returned home
on Tuesday, being accompanied by
Judge and Mrs. Phelps. The Decem
ber term pi court was a short one.
Miss Margaret Phelps, eldest daugh
' ter of Judge and Mrs. G. W. Phelps
of Pendleton and former Hcppner
girl, is supervisor of music in the
schools of Hammond, Indiana, this
year. Hammond is situated about
40 minutse ride out of Chicago, and
Miss Phelps is pleased with the sit
uation as it gives her the opportun
ity of attending much of the best
musical and operatic performances
that coma to the big city.
Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Roberts depart
ed for Portland on Sunday where
they will in the future make their
home. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts have
lived in Heppner for many years, hav
ing built a nice home here, but this
move is made necessary on account of
the condition of Mrs. Roberts' health,
it being found that she should live in
a lower altitude. The Roberts home
has been leased by Frank Shveily and
he and has family have moved into
ihe place from the Lawson ranch just
below town where they have lived
during the past year.
Xmas Cards and Seals. Gordon's.
Jay Hiatt of Rhea creek is prepar
ing to get into the turkey raising
game proper. He recently shipped
in two toms and six hens of the fa
mous Goldband strain of bronze tur
keys as a stater for his flock, and
will have some more coming. The
ranch on which Jay lives on Rhea
creek south of Heppner is ideal for
turkey raising and he will also en
gage quite extensively in other lines
of poultry, finding -the game profit
able if rightly carried on.
W. L. McCaleb returned on last
evening from Portland, where, with
Mrs. McCaleb he has spent the past
four weeks. Mrs. McCaleb underwent
a major operation at Portland and
has been at Good Samaritan hospi
tal for some three weeks while re
covering. She was able to come as
far as Arlington on the return Tip
and will arrive home on Sunday.
James Hart of Longview, Wash.,
was called to Heppner the first of
the week because of the death of his
brother, R. M. Hart, late of Portland.
Jim is now with the Hotel Monticello
at Longview, where he has been stew
ard for more than two years past.
.He was unable to remain over for a
visit with Heppner friends and re
turned home on Tuesday night.
Lester I. Jones, pastor of the Chris
tian church of Enterprise, arrived
at Heppner on Monday and has been
engaged in a series of evangelistic
meetings at the Christian church here
during the week. He will return to
Enterprise on Saturday, and the com
ing week Pastor Guy L. Drill, assist
ed by Mrs. Drill will be here from
Pendleton to carry on the meeting.
Mrs. W. P. Mahoney arrived home
on Friday from a visit at Prairie
City, where she was called earlier
in the week by the very serious ill
ness of her son-in-law, I. A. Mather,
head of the Prairie schools. When
Mrs. Mahoney left Mr. Mather had
greatly improved and expected to be
able to resume his duties at school
the first of the week.
Plain Xmas Mixed Candies. Gor
don's. Laxton McMurray this week pur
chased the Ernest Moyer wheat land
near Jordan Siding, which in adjoin
ing other lands that Mr. McMurray
owns in that vicinity. The deal was
closed on Tuesday. Mr. Moyer bought
this land originally from Mr. Mc
Murray. Prewitt Cox came up from his home
near Oregon City the first of the
week for a visit with his mother,
Mrs. J. H, Cox, an invalid at the
Morrow General hospital in this
Mrs. A. M. Phelps was called to the
bedside of her sister, Miss Marshall,
at Marion, Iowa, and arrived there the
early part of the past week. Miss
Marshall, who has been ill during a
greater part of the past year was in
a very critical condition when Mrs.
Thelps received the word to go to
Adam Knoblock was brought to the
Heppner Surgical hospital Tuesday
afternoon suffering a violent attack
of appendicitis. Owing to the ser
iousness of his condition, an imme
diate operation was performed. He
is doing as well as could be expected
at this time.
Judge and Mrs. Gilbert W. Phelps
came over from Pendleton on Satur
day, returning home on Tuesday.
Judge Phelps was here to attend to
court matters and be on hand for the
opening of the regular December term
Xmas Brick Ice Cream, 65c Qt.
Brick. Phone orders to Gordon's now.
Mrs. E. F. Day accompanied the
family of her brother, the late R. M.
Hart, to Heppner Sunday night, re
maining here until after the funeral
services on Tuesday afternoon, when
they all returned to their homes at
Fancy Xmas Box Chocolates. Gor
don's. Forest Permittees Will
Meet Here December 21
There will be a meeting of stock
mne at Heppner on Tuesday after
noon, December 21, at the Elks club
rooms, beginning promptly at 2:00
o'clock. This meeting is particularly
for those stockmen holding grazing
permits in" the Umatilla forest, and
the invitation goes out to all such
in this district.
Matters pertaining to grazing fees
and predatory animal control will be
prominent on the program, and it is
expected that all interests affected
by these questions will be heard at
this meeting. A similar meeting was
held recently at Pendleton. The bus
inss is important and it is hoped that
there will be a good representation
of the stockmen present.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Electrc Lamps at a
Electric Coffee Urns
Hand Painted Chi
Goods With Merit.
We Have It, Will Get It, or It
is Not Made.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Get our prices before
Now is a good, time
Our prices are always fair
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 614
Miss Dora Saxton, president of the
Rebekah lodge, was a visitor of Hard
man, Dec. 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. William Greener were
visitors at Hardman Saturday and
Mr. Vernon Leathers who has been
a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ow:n Leath
ers left Sunday for his home in Van
couver. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mattiaon were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Me
Daniel, Saturday and Sunday.
Loren Leathers who has been a
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Knighten
left for Vancouver, Sunday.
The I. 0. 0. F. dance given Satur
day, December 11, was very success
ful. A large crowd attended, and
the music furnished by Owen and
Vernon Leathers and Percy Bleak
man was fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cowdry and
family were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of execution and order of sale
issued, out of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow Coun
ty, to me directed and dated Novem
ber 22, 1926, in that certain suit
wherein the Pacific Savings and Loan
Association, as plaintiff, recovered
judgment against Ray Moore and
Jessie Moore, as defendants, on the
19th day of November, 1926, for the
sum of $275.95 with interest at the
rate of 10 per annum from Decem
ber 1, 1925; the further sum of $5.00
with interest at the rate of 10 per
annum from December 1, 1925; and
for the further sum of $75.00 attor
I will on the 15th day of January,
1927, at the hour of 10 A. M. of said
day at the front door of the Court
House in Heppner, Morrow County,
State of Oregon, offer for sale at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash, all of the following described
real property in Heppner, Morrow
County, State of Oregon, to wit: Lot
3 in Block 6 of Ayers Fourth Addi
tion to the Town ef Heppner, Morrow
County, State of Oregon.
Dated and first published this 16th
day of December, 1926.
Sheriff of Morrow County,
State of Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Morrow
County, Oregon, will hold the regular
examination of applicants for State
Certiucatca at Court House, as fol
lows: Commencing Wednesday, De
cember 15, 1926, at 9:00 o'clock a. m.,
at,d continuing until Saturday, De
cember Is, 1926, at 4:00 o clocK p. m.
U. S. History, Writing (Penman
ship), Music, Drawing.
Physiology, Reading, Manual Train
ing, Composition, Domestic Science,
Methods in Reading, Course of Study
for Drawing, Methods in Arithmetic.
Arithmetic, History of Education,;
Psychology, Methods In Geography,
Mechanical Drawing, Domestic Art,
Course of Study for Domestic Art.
Grammar, Geography, Stenography,
American Literature, Physics, Type
writing, Methods in Language, Thesis
for Primary Certificate.
Theory and Practice, Orthography
(Spelling), Physical Geography, Eng
lish Literature, Chemistry.
School Law, Geology, Algebra, Civil
General History, Bookkeeping.
HELEN M. WALKER,
County School Superintendent.
Big red apples free for Christmas
trees for (he kiddies. Sunday school
superintendents please report quanti
ty you can use. Also any family
who cannot afford apples will be wel
come to Hood River's product at Case
FOR SALE 160 tons alfalfa hay at
Henriksen ranch just below Hepp
ner; $10 per ton; good place for
feeding; also soma good pasture.
Ralph Butler, Box 71, Heppner. 2t.
For sale, rent or will trade for
Portland property, the Wherry place
at Heppner. Write to A. C. Wherry,
5524 42nd Ave., Potland. 30-4t.
FOR SALE Residence In Heppner,
including furnishings. Inquire of A.
L. Cornett, city. 4tp.
For Rent 4-room house located
near public school; rent reasonable.
Inquire Dan Stalter, Heppner. tf.
FOR SALE Residence property,
veil located in Heppner. Terms, and
price reasonable. Mrs. Josphine John
A Large Assortment
Quality First Class
See Us Before Placing Your Order
Phelps Grocery Company
Modern house with garage, nicely
located, for rent furnished or unfur
nished. Prefer to rent unfurnished.
Will sell very reasonable. See C. A.
Giant Bronze turkeys for sale.
Toms $10.00, hens $6.00. Mrs. Cora
Burroughs, lone, Oregon. tf.
See us before you build. Our
prices are right. Heppner Box &
Lumber Co., Yards aero is from de
Scratch and Egg Mash. Brown
Hood River apples 75c ot $1.60 per
box. Spitzenbergs and Yellow New
towns. Case Furniture Co.
For Sale 1923 Ford coupe with
double Hasslers, Ruxstell axle, other
accessories. $225. Inquire this of
Creek Ranch For Sale Equipped;
on terms. See D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
LOST A gold Masonic charm. Find
er return to this office. Reward, nll-4
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The place where your Xmas money will do double duty
PATTERSON & SON
The REXALL Store
The things a man appreciates most
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Very choice assortment
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BATHROBES, $3 to $10
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