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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1927
Western Wools for World Markets
Man; Boardman people attended
one of the four days of Round-Up.
J. C. Ballenger and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Smith formed one party at
tending Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Price
motored up Thursday. Gorhams, R.
S. Smith and wife, the Misses Henry,
Falk, Leathers, Beouphcr, Chapman,
Kenneth Boardman, R. Rands and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Brice Dillabough,
C. S. Calkins and family and the
Duggans also attended.
Mrs. C. Kennedy and son of Gate
way, Ore., were house guests at the
R. S. Davis home. Mrs. Kennedy was
the honor guest at a foursome of
bridge on Thursday. Playing with
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Davis were
Mrs. J. C. Ballenger and Mrs. A, Por
ter. A dainty luncheon was served.
On Friday Mrs -A. Porter entertained
at bridge for Mrs. Kennedy at her
home with Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ballen
ger, and Mrs. W. A. Murchie present.
Luncheon was served at the close of
a good game.
The Grange club met at the home
of Mrs. Paul Smith on Wednesday.
Ten were present for the usual fine
dinner and visited in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olson of Klat
skanie were visitors at the C. G. Blay
den home for a short time this week.
Mr. Olson went on to Pendleton with
friends and Mrs. Olson remained here,
attending the Round-Up on Saturday.
They left Sunday for their home.
Mrs. Claude Stamper and Mrs. Jor
dan of Echo came Thursday for a
visit at the Messenger home. They
with Mrs. Messenger, were guests for
the day at the Flickingers.
Mr. Brown, Sr., and son Ernest of
Waitsburg were here this week on
business. They visited at the Ray
Mrs. 0. B. Olson and daughter Elida
came heme Sunday from a week at St.
Martin's Springs, opposite Hood River
where Elida took baths at the mineral
Mr. and Mrs. Alec McDonald of
Vancouver, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Lynch and daughter Francis came
Friday for a visit at the J. R. John
son home. On Saturday they, with
Rachel Johnson, motored to Pendle
ton to the Round-Up. The guests re
turned to their homes on Sunday.
Boardman farmers were urged to
attend a meeting September 22 at
Hermiston when a representative of
the Idaho Turkey Growers associa
tion spoke on the various phases of
Percy Bates and wife of La Grande
have moved to their home, formerly
the Cummins ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodwin, W. H.
Mefford and family, Coates, Gillespies,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Dallas and
Gladys Wilson, Tom Hendricks, Mrs.
Hopkins, and Buster Breeding, Hec
tor Wicklander, Hans Nelson, were
among the Boardman folks who at
tended the Round-Up on Saturday.
Milton Shane and wife of Arling
ton were guests at the Robert Wilson
Mrs. Geo. Spring was called to
Portland Saturday because of the
serious illness of her sister. Mrs.
Spring and Nick Faler had just re
turned from Portland on Wednesday.
Howard Anderson of Tillamook was
a guest at the J. L. Jenkins home over
the week end.
Many of the ranchers are cutting
their third crop. The rains delayed
the work greatly and some hay was
damaged that was down during that
Mike Mulligan has purchased 1100
head of lambs for winter feeding.
R. S. Davis and wife attended Hep
py Canyon Saturday night.
Noel Klitz was also a spectator at
the Saturday night performance at
J. L. Jenkins motored to Heppner
Thursday, going out in the mountains
to look at some sheep. Incidentally
the party looked for deer but failed
to get any.
Robert, Alex and Eldon Wilson and
Carl Wicklander went out to Crabtree
Saturday to get some sheep.
J. H. Imus haa gone to Turner's to
help him finish harvesting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sigenthaler and
Owned by Mt. Haggin Land & Livestock Co., Montana. Grand Champion
Ram, 1926 Pacific International Livestock Exposition.
prehensive Wool Show will be held,
at which commercial fleeces of all
This Ram was the outstanding
animal of the breed at the 1926 Pa
cific International Livestock Expo
sition. In addition to achieving
this distinction it also won the
same awards at the 1926 American
Royal, and Chicago International
Shows. It will probably be shown
in the flock being sent by the Mt.
Haggin Land and Livestock Co. to
the 17th Annual Pacific Interna
tional to be held at Portland, Octo
ber 29 to November 5, inclusive.
The Sheep Show at the Pacific
International will, this year, as in
the past, be one of the best of its
kind in America. Some of the most
noted judges in the country will
place the awards. In connection
with the Sheep Show a new depar
ture is being added. Tinder the di
rection of the Pacific Co-operative
Wool Growers Association a com-
Refused to let you kiss her the
first time you tried?
Was insulted when you offered
her a swig of scotch?
Wore old fashioned corsets?
Had to be home by ten o'clock.
Yes; so were we!
So It Goes .
"Arthur seems to find it hard to
meet his expenses in school."
"Gosh ,not me. I meet them where
ever I turn."
She: "I just blew myself to a new
He: "Do you always put them on
"May. I'm surprised! You're dress
barely covers your body."
"Well, what's the matter with my
They Are Like That
Darte "You dear little mi
Where did you come from? What
Man "I m a college professor. j
1311 b limb lou cum iur wuius.
Oh, please do something absent-minded."
There's A Difference .
"I'l have you know, sir, that I'm
used' to having people treat me like
a lady." ,
"Do they ever discover their mis
take?" And A Real One
Five-year-old Arthur awoke at three
o'clock in the morning.
"Tell me a story, mother," he beg
ged. "Quiet, dear,", replied his mother.
"Daddy will be in soon and tell us
Wanted Man with car to sell com
plete line quality Auto Tires and
Tubes. Experience- not necessary.
Salary $300.00 per month. Milestone
Rubber Company, East Liverpool, O.
grades will be exhibited.
Splendid showings are promised
again this year in every division of
the exposition which includes great
Livestock Show, Dairy Products
Show, Land and Manufacturers'
Products Show, Northwest Fox
Show, Industrial Exposition and
worldrenowned Horse Show. The
Boys'and Girls' Club Work Exhibit
this year wilt be one of the best of
its kind in this part of the country.
Millions of dollars' worth of the
country's finest Pure Bred Beet
and Dairy Cattle, Horses, Sheep.
Hogs and Goats will compete for
the $100,000.00 offered in premiums.
The leading railroads of the West
co-operate by offering special fare-and-one-third
rates for those who
wish to attend the Exposition.
, . C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
rRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH'
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
Parish House. Hours, 9 to 12 Daily
Children 3 to 7 years.
SINGING, FOLK DANCING AND ART
CHARGES VERY REASONABLE.
Miss Smith. Phone Main 322
three children who were guests of R.
Warmer left Friday for Yakima.
Clifford Olson will relieve B. B.
Lewis as signal maintainer while the
latter and wife will take a wonderful
vacation trip to Tennessee, stopping
at various places of interest.
Sam Samuelson and family and
John Pipo of Hood River, who have
been visiting in North and South Da
kota, stopped for a short visit at the
Hango home one day last week.
Evan Stoneman and Miss Savage
of Baker visited with Mr. Stoneman's
daughter Bernice at the Glen Hadley
home on Monday.
Mrs. Nettie Eccles of Salt Lake
City is visiting her sister, Mrs. Royal
Rands this week.
Wallowa Farmers Get
Morrow County Seed
Enterprise Record Chieftain.
A carload of certified 40-fold wheat
for seed arrived yesterday at Evans
and N. C. Donaldson, county agent,
helped distribute it among Leap farm
ers. It came from Heppner and pass
ed inspection showing only 3-10 of 1
per cent mixture. Much of the 40
fold wheat in the county has been
found quite badly mixed with other
The new seed was divided among
Elmer Rucker, W. B. Hunter, Lathrop
Brothers, Orville Ilainline, Fred
Hearing, S. F. Nobles, E. A. Crossler, I
Carl Haaland and H. O. Harmon.
Some will plant this in separate fields
the idea of raising certified seed next
This car of certified 40-fold wheat
was from the farm of County Judge
Benge, and was shipped out of Hepp
ner about two weeks ago.
Most men A Meue
THE Vj A V ""X
Hemstitching and button making;
24-hour service, work guaranteed. M.
Leota Irwin, 103 East 3rd St., The
Dalles, Ore. 25-28
The LaFlorence beauty shop is
again open, with Mrs. Davis in charge.
Marcels during September, 75 cents.
The Strangle Hold
Wunne "I can't understand why I
was so dizzy last night. I only had
Guyee "Yes, but they kept filling
"This is perfectly stunning," gent
ly screamed the college man as the
burglar soaked him one on the head.
Might o' Been
"Am I the first girl you ever kiss
ed?" "Now that you mention it, you do
Were you ever out with the girl
Blushed when you cracked the
Was horrified at the idea of parking"
ORDERS TAKEN THIS WEEK FOR
3-layer brick contains French Vanila, Vic
toria Nut and Malted Pineapple.
DELICIOUS NORMAN ICE CREAM
We carry the bulk.
McAtee & Aiken
By Henry Muheim
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Saved or Lost
If you could in
crease your heat
er's radiation 100
per cent without
size would it pay?
Allen No. 600
Why pay as much for an
ordinary mattress as the
best at our Fall Special
EDLOW Spring Felt
and others this week
Case Furniture Co.
Wait for the
Ford car is al
. most ready. Road
tests show unusual
speed, pick-up and
new low body lines
will delight you
Latourell Auto Co.
Stetson Cowboy Cream and Neutria.
Regular and Velours
ZERO Brand Certified All Wool
A quantity made from Pendleton Indian
Robes Brilliant Colors.
(The newest thing)
Elastic ribbed neck, gauntlet, waist.
ALL WOOL. Indian Patterns in all colors.
All Wool Waterproofed BLASERS
V-neck, close fitting; colors: Buff, Navy,
Maroon. Guaranteed 100 All Wool.
The prices won't keep you from buying.
Closed from 1:30 p. m. till after the Rodeo ;
on Friday and Saturday.
M. D. CLARK