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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1927)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1927.
Large numbers of people from town
rnd over the county have been visit
ing the mountain in the vicinity of
Ditch creek during the past two
weeks and found many huckleberries.
There have, been really remarkable
reports on the part of ome, while
ethers stated thev were tint an mu-
cessful in eettinir Into the nnt.rh
where the berries were thick and
larire. borne good nicki
reported from the Albuckle section,
J. 0. Turner and family have left
the ranch for a time and are prepar
ing to spend the winter in the Wil
lamette valley, perhaps at Salem,
where Mr. Turner will take up the
study ol law and Mrs. Turner will
pursue her studies in music. They
have leased the ranch for a period of
years to i-d Kelly, who took posses
sion the first of this week. Mr. Tur
ner had a very abundant wheat crop
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahoney and
daughter Patricia, and the Misses
Margartt and Ruth Mahoney of Port
land returned on Sunday from a visit
to Wallowa Lake. Mr. Mahoney re
ports wonderful crops in the Wallowa
valley this season and the members
of the party were delighted with the
beauty of Wallowa Wonderland.
Numeous campers in the mountains
along Willow creek returned home the
first of the week, among them being
K. K. Mahoney and wife, W. V. Craw
ford and family, D. A. Wilson and
family and Alva Jones and family.
These people all succeeded in finding
a quantity of huckleberries and made
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ferguson
and the Misses Mary Crawford and
Luola Benge returned Monday after
spending a week at Joseph and Wal
lowa Lake. The young ladies enjoyed
a hike into the high mountains while
Miss Leora Devin returned home
from Portland the end of the week.
She had been spending some time in
the city attending summer school.
Q LOCAL ITEMS Q
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Warner of Lex
ington are the proud possssors of a
new Buick Standard Six Four-Door
Sedan delivered to them last week by
the Heppner Garage.
Heppner Garage reports the deliv
ery of a 1928 Buick Standard Six Two
Door Sedan last week to Mr, and Mrs.
S. G. McMillan of Lexington.
C. N. Jones and wife are listed
among the many who purchased new
Buicks during the week, having se
cured delivery of one of the latest
model Standard Six Four Dood Sedans
from the Heppner Garage.
Heppner Garage last week delivered
to Mrs. Sarah C. White of Lexington
one of the new Buick Standard Six
Four Door Sedans.
Mr. and Mrs. M. tf. Parker of Lex
ington, were in Heppner Tuesday to
secure a new Buick Standard Six
Four Dood Sedan from the Heppner
For the 24th year Buick has suc
cessfully fulfilled this promise:
"WHEN BETTER AUTOMO
BILES ARE BUILT, BUICK
WILL BUILD THEM:"
Buick Automobiles Goodyear Tires
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr, Gay
M. Anderson and Gay, Jr., returned
on Sunday from a visit to points in
Washington, traveling through the
Yakima valley and the Snoqualmie
Pass, finding the latter very atrac
tive at this time of the year.
Earl Simonton was in the city Mon
day and stated that he had finished
with the harvesting of his crop and
was ready to take a little vacation.
He was on the way to the mountains
with his family to spend a short time
at Hidaway Springs.
Sheriff McDuffee reurned home on
Monday from an automobile tour of
Central and Southern Oregon, visiting
Crater Lake and many other points of
interest, returning by way of Port
land and Columbia highway.
J. L. Yeager came in "from the
mountains in the vicinity of Ditch
creek on Monday. He spent a few
days there gathering in a supply of
huckleberries, finding the picking
Dr. Samuel H. Tyler of Bend, ac-
companed by Mrs. Tyler and their lit
tle daughter, were in the city over
the week end, Dr. Tyler being here
on one of his regular visits.
Do you want a cheap knockabout
car? We have a 1920 Dort that runs
good, all licensed and ready to go.
Price $85.00. HEPPNER GARAGE.
FOR SALE Side delivery hay rake
in good condition. Will Bell cheap.
Ralph Butler, Henriksen Ranch, near
Lester Doolittle and family depart
ed on Monday for Wallowa Lake
where they will enjoy an outing for
Ralph Gilliam and Jasper Crawford
who spent the week end at Portland,
returned home on Monday evening.
You don't have to be a millionaire
to be well heeled Get fixed up at
Gonty's Shoe Repair.
J lis. Murtha, a leading stockman of
Condon, was a visitor in Heppner in
Rich .wholesome milk. Drink all yon
want. It's good for yon.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS., Prop.
TRADE 4 MAkkIH,
Good Work Clothes
Bib, 220 Denim $1.75
Waist, 8 ounce $1.75
Loud Speaker Overalls
Bib, 220 Denim $1.50
Boys' Bib Overalls (all ages) $1.35
Boys' Waist Sailor Denim Pants $1.00
Light weight Gray Chambray Work
Heavy weight Gray or Blue "Iron Man"
Coat Shirts $1.25
. M. D.CLARK
Mrs. Sarah Bowen arrived here the
first of the weak to care for soma of
her personal effects. Mrs. Bowcn is
ruaki,.g her home with her daughter
and family who live at OrUniC, Wash.,
and she expects to return there after
the first of September.
Judge Alger Fee was over from
Pendleton Wednesday and held a
short session of Circuit Court in
which he heard some motions and dis
posed of other business on the docket.
Mrs. Henry Jones and her daughter,
Mrs. Stella Bailey, came up from
Portland on Tuesday, spending a day
or so here looking after business
pertaining to the estate.
For someone who wants a light
closed car at a bargain we have a
1925 Ford Tudor Sedan priced very
cheap. HEPPNER GARAGE.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carsner of
Spray were visitors in Heppner oyer
Tuesday night, returning home Wed
nesday. FOR SALE 1923 Ford truck, War
ford transmission, outside brakes,
starter, generator, etc. Inquire this
One dark bay or brown horse,
weighing about 1000 pounds, branded
inverted W on left shoulder and on
left jaw; wire cut on one shoulder
and side of neck. Also one sorrel
mare, weighing 1100 or 1150; un
branded, roach mane and has bad wire
scar on one front foot. Both are
broken, and shod all round when lost.
Last seen in Rood Gulch near Paul
Webb place about 16 miles south of
Heppner. Anyone knowing where
abouts of said animals please notify
this paper, 21-tf.
A Good Afalfa and Sheep Ranch
For Sale Located on John Day high
way, one mile of Dayville. Sell with
or without Bheep. Good fall, winter
and spring range and summer permit
on Malheur forest. Can give time on
land. Address, or call on F. L. Officer,
Dayville, Oregon. 12-25.
FOR SALE 1922 Buick Six tour
ing car; motor overhauled, new rings,
1927 license, runs good, (150.00.
Get your shoes rebuilt before
school starts. Gonty Shoe Store.
CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING
Come in and let me show you a new line
selling at moderate prices. I can show you
exclusive noveties sold only by high grade
Merchant Tailors and not found in any
ready-made cothes. Tailored suits will pro
vide you with comfort and style you can't
imagine until you wear them. And then
there is that immeasurable satisfaction of
knowing that your suit is right and made by
an experienced tailor.
I also carry the best line of ready-made
clothes well known all over the world
Are you receiving the proper
service from your bank?
Is your banking business being
handled in a satisfactory way?
This institution has every facil
ity for attending to your wants, prop
erly and promptly.
If you are thinking of changing
or enlarging your banking connec
tions, we will be pleased to talk with
Fir National Bank
Normal human blood is too thick to
be drawn through the mosquitoe's
BtTrfsJ piercing tube. They must first
inject a thinning fluid. In that way
disease germs are set afloat in the
blood stretm bacteria of burning fe
ver and crippling disease. There is
also the danger of streptccoccic in
fection, blood poisoning, from scrach
ing the bite. Mosquitoes must be
killed. Health authorities advocate
Fly-Tox. Simple instructions on each
bottle (blue label) for killing ALL
household insects. Insist on Fly-Tox.
Fly-Tox is easy to use. Safe, tain
less, frnf-rant, sure. (ad7.)
FOR SALE 400 ewes and 200 feed
er lambs. S. E. STARR, Hermiston,
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
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FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
We have just received a complete stock of text books for the grades
and high school. The books changed this year are:
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTS
ARITHMETIC, WamiftoWAllowance for old book $ .05
HISTORY, Gordy Allowance for old book , 07
SPELLER, New World Allowance for old book .04
HIGH SCHOOL TEXTS
ALGEBRA, Wells and Hart Allowance for old book 10
AMERICAN LITERATURE, Payne Allowance for old book , 26
BOOKKEEPING, Miner and Elwell (text only) Allowance for old book 26
ENGLISH, Clippinger Allowance for old book 06
SENTENCE AND THEME, Ward Allowance for old book 12
ENGLISH LITERATURE, Long Allowance for old book ;.. 20
GEOMETRY, Plane, Durell and Arnold Allwance for old book 11
GEOMETRY, Solid, Durell and Arnold Allowance for old book 09
CONCISE BUSINESS ARITHMETIC Allowance for old book 10
Old books will be exchanged only for new books of like grade.
We have a large line of Tablets, Note Books, Pencils, Fountain Pens:
Everything the student needs for school.
HUMPHREYS DRUG CO.
Heppner RELIABLE DRUGGISTS Oregon
to attend all three days
SEPT. 22, 23, 24
All arena events of former years
with addition of BULLDOGGING
and PACK RACE. Morrow Coun
ty Derby, three-quarter mile, Sat
urday only for $100 first prize.
$1500 CASH PRIZES
Rand - Amusement Carnival - Dances I