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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1927
Frunk Harwood returned from Port
land the first of the week. He states
that the item pppearing in the Ore
gonian one day last week to the ef
fect that he had been run in by a
Portland cop for carrying a gun, the
article intimating that he was a sus
picious character apparently bent on
"holding up" a restaurant cashier,
etc., was very greatly overdrawn.
Frank explains how' easy it is, how
ever, for a fellow to get in bad, if he
should have no friends. Ho had the
gun all right and has carried it for
the past number of years, having a
permit to do so. He produced this
permit to the officer who arrested
him, and being able to do this doubt
less saved him from being locked up.
Frank further states that he was on
his way from the garage to his hotel
and had taken the gun from the car
to place it in his grip at his room as
he. intended going to the aviation
feld the next day to see "Lindy."
Being near and seeing the gun, the
blue coat asked for explanations,
which he was entitled to do, and as
a matter of fact the Oregonian item
was far fetched and greatly over
drawn. Henry Blahm and wife of Walla
Walla are Heppner visitors this week,
coming in on Saturday from the Pen
dleton Round-Up. They will remain
over for the Rodeo, and expect other
members of the family to be present
for this event, also.
Miss Gladys Benge, who has been
spending a portion of her summer va
cation at Heppner with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Eph Eskelson, returned
to Walla Walla this week where she
will resume hef studies at Whitman
A Rare Bird
1 1 ,
Robert A. Lambert of the Na
tional Zoological Park, Washing
ton, D. C. with the famous blue
Koose first to ever be success
fully raised in the U. S. Below,
the medal 'awarded Lambert by
V'rance for raising this our and
two others, since now at Washington.
Mis Evelyn Humphreys departed on
Sunday night for Eugene, where she
will take up special work for the win
ter at the University. Roland Hum
phreys, who is an instructor in the
University, departed for Eugene
earlier in the week. These young peo
ple have been spending their summer
vacation with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Humphreys.
Mrs. Claypool of Portland will be
showing a beautiful line of ladies
wearing apparel, including coats,
dresses and hats of latest designs at
attractive prices at the Hotel Hepp
ner, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 29
and 30. The public is invited to in
spect her lines. 27-28.
Walt Smith, who has been spend
ing the most of the past year at
Portland, was in Heppner Wednesday
from lone. The Egg City has come
back strong this season and will mar
ket one of the biggest crops in the
history of that part of Morrow coun
ty, and Mr. Smith is rejoicing over
The Misses Mary and Marjorie
Clark left on Thursday evening last
for Eugene to be in readiness for
the opening of the fall term at the
university. Miss Mary will continue
her studies, and Miss Marjorie en
ters the university as a new student.
.She expects to major in journalism.
John Vaughn, accompanied by his
family, returned to their Portland
home on Saturday. He was with a
party of deer hunters over in the
I kiah country and three bucks were
gathered in as trophies of the hunt.
Mrs. Vaughn and the children visited
with relatives at lone and Heppner.
A large number of Heppner and
Morrow county people took time off
Saturday and motored to Pendleton
to take in the final performance of
the Round-Up. They report a good
show and as the weather conditions
were ideal the attendance was very
large the last day.
Miss Ethel Moore, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Moore, is leaving
Mi is week end for Monmouth where
she will enter the State Normal as
a student for the winter. Miss Moore
was one of the Heppner high school
graduates, class of 1927.
Tom West, of Portland, is spending
a week or so at Heppner, selling life
insurance, and reports a nice busi
ness. He is expecting Mrs. West
and their young son here for the
Rodeo and a sjiort visit with old
Harry Duvall, Lexington wheatrais-
cr, was doing business in this city
on Tuesday. Harry now drives a new
Oakland sedan, purchased during the
past week from Ferguson Motor com
nuny, local Oakland and Pontiac
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuns of Lexing
ton were visitors here ou Tuesday
afternoon. Mr. Kuns Is now proprie
tor of the Lexington Transfer Co.,
taking over the business from Mr.
County Clerk Anderson made a bus
iness trip to Pendleton on Tuesday.
He reports the Rcund-Up city as very
quiet after the close of the big show
Accredited Piano Instructor
IN THE POPULAR
keep their shape and wear like iron.
You'll know your head is dressed
right when you wear a HARDEMAN
for Range or Rodeo
Then a brightly colored kerchief lends
the proper spirit.
A Man's Store for Men
Roof reoaired and the whole-
place sparkling under a coat of
fresh paint, this was the inviting
picture which President nd Mrs.
Coolidge came upon as they ap
proached the east entrance of the
White House on their return from
the Dakota vacation.
Carl Rhea is in the city for a few
days and will remain over to take
in the Rodeo, while enjoying a visit
with relatives and friends in the old
...TOR SALE 1922' Bulck Six tour
ing car; motor overhauled, new rings,
1927 license, runs good, $150.00.
Rich .wholesome milk. Drink all you
want. It's good for yon.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS., Prop.
Vawter Parker departed Tuesday
evening for Eugene where he will re
sume his studies at the University of
Oregon. He has ben spending the
summer vacation on the farm here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, F S.
Mrs. Maud Pointer, who has been
visiting for a week at Lexington, her
old home, was a visitor in Heppner
for a short time on Tuesday. She
is returning to her homo at Salem
Estrayed Dark red cow with white
lace, branded full circle reversed in
verted J on left shoulder; from
Shurte residence, Heppner about Sept.
14. Notify Mrs. Geo. Burnside. 27-8p.
Bert Johnson was a business visitor
in the city for a short time yesterday.
He reports harvesting operations well
over' in the lone country.
FOR SALE Side delivery hay rake
in good condition. Will sell cheap.
Ralph Butler, Henriksen Ranch, near
Louis Padberg, extensive wheat
grower of the lone section was a vis
itor in Heppner yesterday.
Served while they're
hot from our brand
Try them for break
fast any morning.
the piece d' resistance
for luncheon or din
ner, will appease the
We receive them
ED CHINN, Prop.
J. W. Becket is up from his Port
land home this week looking after
the marketing of his crop on the
Eight Mile farm.
Paige Touring Good paint, good
rubber, 50.00 motor overhaul just
completed. 1927 license; price $125.00.
Howard Anderson, who has been
spending the most of the past two
years at Tillamook and Portland, has
returned to Heppner.
Before Selling Your Wheat
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