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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1927.
LOCAL ENS ITEMS
Wanted Mn with machine to sell
Kawleigh Products in Gilliam County
ind part Morrow County. Profit
$100 to $500 per month selling these
Good-Health Products. No selling ex
perience required. We supply Prod
ucts, Sales and Advertising Litera
ture and Service Methods. Lowest
Prices, Bc3t Values. W. T. Raleigh
Co., Dept. OR, Oakland, Calif. 24-26
E. R. Huston returned home on
Friday morning from Seattle, being
accompanied by Mrs. Beatrice Hus
ton, whom he met at that point on
her return from Juneau, Alaska. Mrs.
Huston will be at Heppner for some
Ray Huddleston and sister, Miss
Pess Huddleston, arrived in Heppner
Tuesday from Lone Rock for a short
visit. They were accompanied home
by J. B. Huddleston, who spent sev
eral days visiting friends in the city.
Henry Baker, Eight Mile wheat
raiser, vas doing business in the city
this morning. Mr. Baker, who com
pleted .lie harvest some tnree weeks
ago, uj orts that his crop of Federa
tion mad' better than 30 bu heis.
Marshall Phelps was a guest here
over Sunday at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Phelps. He
is with one of the big mill companies
at Bend and returned to that city on
Mr. and Mrs. Gay M. Anderson and
children drove over to Baker Sunday
morning for a visit at the home of
Roger W. Morse, former Morrow
county agent. They returned home
George Hayden was in from his
mountain ranch on Wednesday. A
slight fall of snow fell in the moun
tains as a result of the storm of Mon
day night but did not remain long.
Mrs. Robert Allstott, Jr., underwent
an operation at the hands of Dr.
Jolinston at the Morrow General hos
pital Monday. Her physician reports
her doing well at this time.
FOR SALE Heppner residence
property; 7-room house, one acre of
ground, orchard, barn, modern con
veniences. See or write Geo. McDuf
fee, Heppner, Oregon. 22-tf.
ESTRAYED Roan gelding, brand
ed LV on left hip Roan Gurdane of
Rodeo bucking string. Reward for
recovery. Heppner Rodeo Associa
LOST Child's blaier on highway
between Brown Warehouse Co. and
F. S. Parker ranch. Party who picked
this up will please leave at this office.
FOR SALE 1922 Buick Six tour
ing car; motor overhauled, new ring,
1927 license, runs good, $150.00.
FOR SALE Side delivery hay rake
in good condition. Will sell cheap.
Ralph Butler, Henriksen Ranch, near
For Sale 24 head of Corriedale
rams; also 5 head of Shorthorn bull
calves. Phone, or see J. G. Barratt,
THE FIRE BRIGADE brings a new
meaning to the word "entertainment."
Star Theater, Sunday and Monday.
Heppner Soda works, moved to one
block north of Fell's garage. Nettie
and Joe Lieuallen, props. 18-tf.
A ranch to rent, 1000 acres; plenty
of water. D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
If you are afraid to be thrilled,
don't sec THE FIRE BRIGADE, Star
Theater, Sunday and Monday.
W. F. and A. F. Palmateer started
Mrs. J. F. Hardesty was calling on
Mrs. Pat Medlock Wednesday.
Kenneth Hutchcroft left for Port
land Tuesday after working through
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Wilson ac
companied Mr. ani Mrs. Ellis Minor
to the mountains Monday evening.
. Bern ice Farrens of Hardman was
visiting Mrs. Martin Bauernfiend over
the week-end. She is going to attend
high school at lone the coming year.
Mr. and Mr?. Sevmour Wilson were
COME TO US FOR .
The new, improved Superior and Kentucky
The Calkins Combination Fanning Miil and
Wheat Treating Machines ; the Cheney Ro
tary Rod Weeder ; Oliver and P. & O. Plows ;
Disk and Pig Tooth Harrows.
Anything and everything for farm work.
We are here to serve you right.
" COME IN AND SEE US.
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New coats that combine sumptuous furs with youthful
ness of line are here for earily inspection and selec
tion of those women and misses who appreciate the
many advantages of unrestricted choice. Style, qual
ity and price make these coats particularly attractive.
$15 to $50
ci lied home Wednesday by the death
of Cas. Johnson, formerly of lone
but who hi.d been making his home
in California for some time.
Miss Martha Wilson came Thursday
to visit relatives a short time before
taking up her duties as teacher at
Heppner for the c iming year.
Mis. Nora Palmateer is helping
Mrs. Bert Palmateer with her work
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ely and daugh
ters were calling on Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Eckleberry Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ott Lindstrom were
in lone Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ely were
visiting at Cecil Sunday.
E. G. Mc.rpan had the misfortune
of losing his shop-garage and 400 new
grain bugs by fire Friday.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Executrix of the
estate of Nancy Brundage, deceased,
and that all persons having claims
against the said estate must present
the same, duly verified according to
law, to me at the office of my attorney
P. E. Notson, in Heppner, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
first publication of this notice, said
date of first publication being the 8th
day of September, 1927.
BESSIE C. OWEN. Executrix.
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARMS
Good Listings in Both Morrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
Effective during Round-Up Only
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9 :
Douglas MacLean in f "LET IT RAIN"
An action comedy of the U. S. Marine Corus. Rain or shine, here is the picture for you. Snap your
fingers at care with Douglas MacLean, the fighting marine who LET IT RAIN. Lightning action!
Thundering Comedy! A Delug eof Laughter!
Also Earle Foxe in KING BOZO, two reel VanBibber comedy, and the 9th episode of
THE WINKING IDOL.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10:
Thomas Meighan in "THE CANADIAN"
A drama of the Canadian wheat fields where a shift in the wind means the difference between wealth
and ruin. Tom in a story of strong men, in a country where only that type can stand up.
Also BE MY WIFE, two reel comedy.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 AND 12:
Charles Ray and May McAvoy in . . ., . "THE FIRE BRIGADE"
The epic photoplay of The Heroes of Peace. The Fire Chiefs of America got together to help put
on the screen the true, the smashing story of the real heroes of peace. Here it is a picture that will
help you live every thrilling, throbbing moment of the army of fire-fighters.
SEE Daring rescues from burning buildings. Whole companies buried under falling walls.
The greatest modern fire-fighters and apparatus in action.
Behind the scenes in a smoke-eater's life.
A thousand thrilling moments and ACTION, ACTION, ACTION.
If you are afraid to be thrilled, don't see THE FIRE BRIGADE.
Also BACKWARD GEORGE, two reel comedy. Children 25c Adults 50c
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 & 14:
Pat O'Malley and Virginia Faire in . . . "Pleasure Before Business"
A sparkling comedy with dramatic trimmings. The humorous and dramatic advenutres of a broken
down cigar-maker who set out to regain his health and spend a fortune. Irish blarney, Jewish luck
and Scotch thrift, scrambled together for a riot of laughs.
Also comedy OH! WHA T A KICK.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15:
I Official Dempsey-Sharkey Fight Films I
Y (direct from the ringside)
Y Showing the disputed knock-out blow in slow motion. Y
Y The most talked of fight in years SHOWN IN ITS ENTIRETY. Y
Also Jack Hoxie, His Horse and His Dog in
$ "THE FIGHTING THREE" $
A real live-wire action Western picture. CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 60c.
(NOTE: The last epsiode of "The Winking Idol" will be shown on Friday, September 16th,
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FRIDAY: Fred Thompson and Silver King in LONE HANDED SAUNDERS
SATURDAY: Ralph Graves in RICH MEN'S SONS
SUNDAY AND MONDAY: Wallace Berey and Raymond Hatton in WE'RE IN THE NAVY NOW.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: Virginia Valll in .'. WATCH YOUR WIFE
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