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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1927.
Mrs. Lyle Matteson and Mra. Ed
Bennet and son were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie McDaniel Sunday,
Miss Grace Miller was a week-end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hast
ings. John and Guy Hastings were vis
itors here April 10.
Miss Violet Saling was a week-end
Charlie Hackman returned April 8
from Heppner where he has been re
ceiving treatment from Dr. A. D. Mc
Murdo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farrens and
family were visitors here Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Robinson were
week-end visitors here.
Charlie McDaniel and Owen Leath
ers left Monday for Olex where they
will begin sheep shearing.
Miss Beth Bleukman was a week
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Johnson moved
Friday to their ranch near Hardman.
Mr. and MrB. Clyde Swift were
week-end visitors of Mrs. Sarah
W. H. Ayers was a visitor here
over the week-end.
i Mr. and Mrs. George Burnside and
family were week-end visitors.
"The Fashion Show," a play given
by the members of the P. T. A., was
a great success. A large crowd at
tended and after the play the crowd
gathered at the hall where an enjoy
able time was spent dancing. Supper
was served at midnight. The proceeds
amounting to $46.00 were turned over
to the high school student body. The
P. T. A. wishes to thank each and
every one for their support which
has helped make the year's work a
success. They also made a donation
of books to the grade" school, bought
material needed for club work, and
feel like they have accomplished quite
(Too late for last week)
Mr, and Mrs. Dick Steers and fam
ily were visitors in Hardman Sunday.
Forest Adams was a visitor in town
David Miller is visiting his broth
ers, Fran and Jim Miller.
Mrs. Rose Collins was a visitor in
town last Friday.
Oren McDaniel was here last Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frarrens and
family visited Mrs. Sarah Sperry on
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel spent
the week end here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Blenkman were
called to Monument March 29th on
account of the passing away of Mr.
Capon, father of Mrs. Bleakman.
They returned Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swift were in
Mrs. George Burnside and family
moved to their Eight Mile ranch Fri
day. Clyde and Anson Wright were here
Joe Batty was in town Saturday.
Ray, Walter and Delbert Wright
were in town last Wednesday.
G. A. Farrens spent a short time in
C. C. Stromberg visited here last
Frank llarwood of Heppner was in
Lotus Robison was here Saturday.
W. H. Ayers has moved his store
to Eight Mile Center where he ha8
the position of postmaster.
LOCAL FIRM TO PUT ON ONE OF
THE FAMOUS ONE-CENT SALES
As evidenced by the advertisement
r.f Patterson & Son apeparing on an
other page of this paper they will put
on one of the famous Rexall One Cent
Sales the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of this
The One Cent Sale, whereby a cus
tomer purchases two articles of stan
dard merchandise for the price of one
plus one cent, is by no means a new
idea as the United Drug company or
iginated this uniqne way of advertis
ing several years ago. It is a real
:noney saving event for the thrifty
inclined citizen and has proven to be
a paying proposition for the company
irom an advertising standpoint, al
though tncy make no actual profit on
the goods sold during a sale.
There are approximately twenty
thousand of these sales held every
year by the Rexall stores over the
Ii,itcd States that would not be po
ible were it not for the enormous
manufacturing and distributing facil
ities of the United Drug company.
PORTLAND RADIO STATION KGW
Concert Public Service Little Sym
phony Orchestra; Dorothy Lewis,
contralto; Sunday, April 17, 1927, 9
to 10 p. m. Presented by Portland
Gas & Coke Company, Northwestern
Electric Company, Pncific Power 4
1. Orchestra Overture
"Pique Dance" (Suppe)
2. Contralto Solo "Ave Maria"
(a) "Serenade Espagnole"
(b) (Fox Trot) "Sunday"
(c) "Love Song"
4. Contralto Solo "The Love Nest"
Grand Opera Selection "Faust"
6. Orchestra Solo:
(a) "Dost Thou Know That
(b) "Gavotte" from "Mignon"
I'lano For Sale In Heppner Vicinity.
High grade. Bargain. Pay $10 a
month. For particulars address the
Western Piano Brokerage Co., 121
South Madison St., Spokane, Wash. 6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that tho un
ilorsigned has been appointed by the
County Court of tho Slate of Oregon
for Morrow County, administratrix of
the estate of R. A. Farrens, deceased
nnd that she has duly qualified as
Mich by filing her bond and oath of
effiee. All persons having claims
i.Lr.inst said estate must present them
to mo, duly verified as required by
i.nv, at the office fo C. L. Livveek in
Heppner, Oregon, on or before nix
months from the djto of first publi
Date of first publication April 14,
FANNIE H. FARRENS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
K. A. Farrens, deceased.
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Albany, Ore., 338 W First
Anacortea, Wn., 306 Commercial
Auburn, Wn., 474 Commercial
Haker, Ore., 1917 Court St.
Bollinsham, Wn., 1236 State St.
Hend. Ort., 733 Wall St.
Rnlhell, Wn.. Reader Hldu.
Bremerton, Wn., 206 Second St.
Onlralia. Wn., 11 S. Tower
Oiehalii, Wn., 832 Market
Tbelan, Wn., care of Macy Store
( larknton, Wn., 840 Sixth St.
Cle Klum. Wn.
Colfax, Wn., 206 N. Main
Colvllle, Wn., 106 S. Main
Corvallia, Ore.. 326 S. Second
Dalian. Ore.. 326 Main St.
Kllenahurir. Wn., 107 W. 5 St.
Euiene, Ore., 9H1 Oak St.
Kveretl, Wn., 2S16-A Rockefeller
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Hood Kiver. Ore., 15 Oak St.
Hoquiam, Wn., 10 Eve St.
Kelso. Wn., 99 W. Main St.
Klamath Falls. Ore., 1036 Main St.
I.a Grande, Ore., Folley ttldn.
l.akeview. Ore., WatBon Ulilg,
l.vnden, Wn 203 Front St
Marahfield. Ore., 465 N. Broadway
MrMinnville, Ore., 413 Third St.
Mrdford, Ore., 31 N. Hartlctt
Monroe, Wn., 66 E. Mam St.
Ml. Vernon, Wn., 320 Kinraid
Newport, Ore., 24S Front St.
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North Bend, Ore., 2025 S. Sherman
Olympia. Wn.. 218 E. 6 St.
Omak. Wn., O'Connor Hid.
Oregon City. Ore., Hogs Bros,
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Pullman, Wn., 130 Main St.
Raymond. Wn., 456 Flint St.
' Kitzville, Wn., 103 Washington
Kotehurir. Ore., 124 S. Jnckdon
St. Helena. Ore.
Ontario. Ore., Oregon Ave.
Faaro, Wn., 120 S. 4 St.
Pendleton. Ore., 127 W. Alta
Portland. Ore.. ir,2 Fourth
Port Angeles, Wn., 204 S. I.incon
Port Orchard, W n.
Prineville, Ore.. 325 Fifth St.
Salem. Ore., 467 Ferrv St.
Seattle, W n., 1619 Third Ave.
South Bend. Wn.
Spokane. Wn., S. 5 Washington
Sunnyaide, W n.. 522 Sixth St.
Tacoma, Wn., 760 Broadwav
The Dallea, Ore., 4034 Washington
Tillamook, Ore., Watson Hldg.
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Toppeiu'sh, W'n., 206 S. Toppenish
Vancouver, Wn., 1112 Main St.
Walla Walla. Wn., 17 S. 4 St.
Wenatchee. Wn.. t17,Palouse
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