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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1927.
LOCAL NEWS HEMS
Chas. Furlong was an Eight Mile
farmer in the city on Saturday. Mr.
Furlong is running the Vaughn place
and reports the best crop outlook his
section has had in years. Mrs. Fur
long is not so optimistic over her part
of the game, however. She has been
trying to bring along the hatching
and brooding of several hundred
chicks, and the cool weather has
worked to a disadvantage. She is
making progress, however, and will
have a fine lot of chickens.
D. A. Wilson and sister, Mrs. Alva
Jones, went to Hot Lake the end of
the week where they were called on
account of the serious illness of their
mother, Mrs. William Wilson, who is
r patient in the sanitarium there.
Mrs. Wilson had undergone a minor
operation and her condition became
somewhat alarming for a time. David
returned home on Sunday but Mrs.
Jones remained with her mother, who
is reported to be much better.
Rev. I. V. Parker closed his pas
torate with the Methodist church her
on Sunday, preaching his farewell
sermon to his congregation at the
morning service. He departed for
Baker on Monday and will canvass
that section as a solicitor for a Chi
cago tailoring establishment for
which he has taken the agency. We
understand that the church here will
be without a pastor for the remain
der of the conference year.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pearson of Lena
were in the city over Sunday night
Mr. Pearson states that his part of
the county is experiencing a back
ward spring season in fact just about
the most backward season in his ex
perience, and he settled in that part
of the country some 44 years ago. He
is hoping for warmer weather condi
tions. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bayless will de
part early the coming week on a jour
ney by auto to Mr. Bayless' old home
in Virginia. They will take enough
time in making the trip to visit dif
ferent points of interest on the way,
and their destination will be Rose
Hill, Virginia. It has been about
eight years since Mr. Bayless visited
the old home state last.
Mrs. Nellie Bissett of Chehalis,
Wash., was a visitor in Heppner for
a short time on Saturday, being pres
ent at the final settlement of the es
tate of her mother, the late Mrs.
Frances J. Gordon. Mrs. Bissett ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thom
Bon to their home on Butter creek
and from there returned to Chehalis.
Miss Myra Wells came up from
Portland on Thursday, remaining over
until Sunday for a visit with her
father, J. J. Wells, and other members
of the family, and to take in the grad
uation exercises of Heppner high
school, her brother Tom being one of
the graduates. Miss Wells is a stu
dent nurse in Portland.
Miss Mary C. Walsh of Portland,
booster of Ellison-White, was in
Heppner on Monday evening and met
with the local Chautauqua committee.
She found the committee well organ
ized and functioning in fine shape and
was well pleased with the outlook for
a successful Chautauqua season at
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thomson of
lower Butter creek were visitors here
on Saturday. Mrs. Thomson was call
ed to the city to make the final set
tlement of her mother's estate, the
late Francis J. Gordon. Here at the
same time was Mrs. Thomson's sis
ter. Mrs. Nellie Bissett of Portland.
WANTED Farmer or farmer's son
to sell a staple line of household
necessities to rural trade. Exper
ience unnecessary. We furnish cap
ital, you furnish labor. Good prof
its. If interested in business of your
own, write for particulars. J. R.
HUNTER, Nyssa, Ore.
Millard French returned to Hepp
ner the end of the week after an ab
sence of several weeks, during which
time he visited points in Okanogan
county, Washington. Mr. French
found plenty of winter conditions pre
vailing in that part of Washington
when he reached there.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Briggs and Mrs.
H. C. Bramer departed Tuesday morn
ing fo Hood River to attend a dis
trict conference of the Methodist
church being held there this week.
They go as delegates from the local
congregation and expect to return
home on Saturday.
J. C. Lasker of Lewiston, Idaho,
was a visitor in this city on Tuesday.
Mr. Lasker is a contractor and build
er and he came to Heprner to look
over the situation with reference to
the new auditorium-gymnasium with
a view to making a bid on the build
ing. Neal Devlin was brought to Hepp
ner Surgical hospital Monday eve
ning in a very serious condition, suf
fering an acute attack of appendicitis.
He immediately underwent an opera
tion at the hands of Dr. McMdrdo and
is reported as doing well at this time.
Roger Morse, former county agent,
was a visitor in Heppner on Satur
day from his new home at Bnker. He
has his family nicely located there
now and is getting the work of his
Baker county job well in hand.
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical
Co., 804 Salmon St., Portland, Ore.,
EVE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be in
Heppner all day and evening, Sunday,
June 5th, at Hotel Heppner. on hi
regular monthly trip. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES. B-10
H. L. Walther, manager of Oregon
Public Utility Information bureau,
421 Tacific building, Portland, was a
visitor in Heppner for a short time
on Tuesday. Mr. Walther was making
r.g a tour of the eastern part of the
Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Van Marter
and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr mo
tored to Pendleton on Friday and took
in the first day of the Elks' race meet
held at Round-up grounds on Friday
Gooseberries 40c gallon, postage or
express paid; not less than 3 gallon
orders taken. Send check, or can
send c. o. d. W. R. Woodworth,
Heights Berry Farm, Rt. 2, Box 93,
Estacada, Ore. 10-12.
Born At Morrow General hospital
in this city on Wednesday, May 25,
1927. to Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Turner
C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEAT5, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Alain 652
There is keen satisfaction in getting good
groceries at saving-prices and that is what
we offer the housewives of Heppner in our
weekly specials on staple and fancy groceries.
All of our stocks are fresh and the prices we
quote cannot be equalled for high grade gro
ceries. We close from Saturday night until Tuesday
morning; over Decoration Day.
HI ATT & DIX
Make Heppner Your Mecca June 7-11
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 26 AND 27: '
Gilda Gray in "ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS"
A fierey romance of the tropcis in which Gilda, as a native dancing girl, vies with a lovely woman of
fashion for the love of a derelict young white man. DRAMA, BEAUTY, THRILLS. Also the McDougall
Alley Gang in PRESENT ARMS, two reel comedy, and the third episode of THE SCARLET STREAK.
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SATURDAY, MAY 28:
"THE WHITE OUTLAW"
with "Scout," a marvleous horse, and "Bunk," a wonder dog. Clever, cunning, fearless, "The White
Outlaw" roamed the limitless plains, the lord of all he surveyed. Defying man made traps, savagely
defending himself against beasts of prey. A fresh, original theme that will delight and exhilirate
you. Also LONE PRAIRIE, two reel comedy-western.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 29 AND 30 :
Rudolph Schildkraut in "HIS PEOPLE"
A sensational drama of the modern generation that has set the whole country talking. The old, old
story of the prodigal son with an entirely new twist that will give you a new slant on the bulwark of
our country the so-called common people. It' a itory for everybody, everywhere, without propagan
da, with no ax to grind, no message to put over except the wonderful, heartwarming message of deep
family affection and home. A tender, throbbing, pulsing human document that will live forever. The
N. Y. "Morning Telegraph" says "One of the outstanding pictures of the year."
Also GEORGE IN LOVE, two reel comedy.
See ad. elsewhere
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1:
Jacqueline Logan and Cullen Landis in 'PEACOCK FEATHERS'
from Temple Bailey's popular novel. A picture that will appeal to everybody real drama for real
people. The absorbing problems of a young couple in the finit tragic-comic year of married life. A
comeback at the moralist who sniffs at the modern girl. Also comedy WANTED A BRIDE.
All thou attending the benefit show Tuesday will be given coupons which will entitle them to see
Wednesday's show for half price.
Tuesday Larry Semon in
American Mississippi Benefit Show.
Rin-Tin-Tin in THE CLASH OF THE WOLVES.
May McAvoy and Pat O'Malle'y in MY OLD
Clara Bow and Percy Marmount in MANTRAP.
Normun Kerry and PatBy Ruth Miller in LOR
RAINE OF THE LIONS.
of Sand Hollow, an 8-lb. daughter.
Dr. Johnston reports mother and baby
Jamea Farley, who has been s pa
tient for a couple of weeks at Good
Samaritan hospital in Portland, was
recently operated on for appendicitis
and is reported to be getting along
Miss Rubina Corrigall, who was a
delegate to the state meeting of Re
bekahs at Astoria during the past
week, returned home on Monday and
is again at her post in First National
Miss Florence Cason arrived home
on Sunday. She has been absent for
the winter at Oakland, Calif., where
she had a position with the Owl Drug
Co. She expects to remain at Hepp
ner. District Attorney S. E. Notson de
I arted Monday night for Portland to
attend a state meeting of the Anti
Saloon league, being director of that
organization for Morrow county.
James Carter of Portland was a vis
itor at Heppner on Saturday while on
his way to La Grande. He stopped
over at Heppner for a visit wi.h his
brother-in-law, Joseph Rector.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olden, Fairview
residents, were Heppner visitors on
Saturday. They report a very good
rain out that way and crops have
been much benefitted thereby.
Rev. Stanley Moore and wife re
turned on Tuesday from Seattle
where during the past week they at
tended the northwest conference of
the Episcopal church.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan of near
Cecil brought their four children to
Heppner on Wednesdny for opera
tions by Dr. McMurdo for removal of
tonsils and adenoids.
MONRACH, the range that stands
first in the estimation of those who
know its quality. Your home first.
Perhaps the kitchen first of all. Case
Furniture Co. 9-10
Your home should be first. The ex
terior or interior deserves careful at
tention. Wise decorators buy LOWE
BROS. PAINT. Case Furniture Co.
Louis Marquardt of Lexington was
a visitor in the city on Friday. He
is well pleased with his crop outlook
and expects a heavy yield this season.
Miss Leora Devin arrived home the
end of the week from Stanfield, her
school having closed there on Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Doolittle mo
tored to Pendleton on Saturday to
look after some matters of business.
They returned home Sunday forenoon.
Anson Wright was down from his
Hardman ranch on Monday, spending
several hours in the city looking af
ter business affairs.
David A. Wilson departed on Mon
day for Portland for a short business
visit to lay in his fall stock of men's
Emil Johnson, who ranches on Rock
creek south of Hardman, was a busi
ness visitor in this city on Saturday.
Judge J. A. Fee, leading attorney
of Pendleton, was attending to legal
business in this city on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill of Pine City
were visitors in this city for a few
hours on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kilcup of Lena
were visitors in the city for short
time on Monday.
Wanted Cutting to do; new Case
combine. Inquire Peoples Hardware
A ranch to rent, 1000 acres; plenty
of water, D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
Good pasture, plenty of water; $2
per month. Troy Bogard, Eight Mile.
Spring friers for sale; furnished
alive or dressed. Phone 1112, city. Ttf
Good milch cows for sale. C. C.
Sargent, lone, Ore. 8-9
Monday, May 30
Buy your table supplies for that
day on Saturday.
We urge our customers to take advantage
of the educational facilities of Chautau
qua, coming this year June 7-11.
And while in Heppner make our store
your headquarters. We have a rest room
for the ladies.
We will be closed all day Monday, .
May 30th, Memorial Day.
Phelps Grocery Company
Are You in Need of
Good, Reliable Machinery
Built by substantial companies with records
of many years standing of producing
the best farm machinery built.
John Deere and J. I. Case
are names that represent long service on any machine
bearing their names.
Consult us in regard to your needs for all farm equipment.
John Deere Dain Hay Machinery: Sulky, Side Delivery and
Power Lift Rakes; Stackers, and High Lift Mowers.
JOHN DEERE Plows, Harrows, Cream Separators, Engines, Wagons.
J. I. Case Hillside Combined
Harvesters and Stationaries
A combine built to save the grain with the least labor and
expense. A machine with conveniences that operates effi
ciently with a minimum of adjusting and repairing.
BUILT TO LAST
Peoples Hardware Co.