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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1927.
Mri. Mattie Adklm li enjoying
visit this week from her brother, Ma
jor Dennia and wife of Salem. Mr.
and Mrs. Dennia arrived here Satur
day by auto, and on Sunday, accom
panied by Mri. Adkins and her grand
daughter, Mim Eleanor, they drove
over to Pendleton for a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Cleve Adkina.
Returning that evening, they were
caught in a very severe storm of
wind and rain on the Franklin hill
grade and were held up for about
two hours before it was safe to pro
ceed down the slippery road, and
they were forced to remain for the
night at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Fred Albert at Lena. Mr. Dennis was
for many years a resident of Heppner
and Morrow county but for the past
twenty-five years has resided in Sa
lem. Raymond Ferguson of the Fergu
son Chevrolet company, went to The
Dalles Friday afternoon to attend a
banquet held there in the evening
which was attended by dealers and
'heir representatives from the East
ern Oregon district. He was ac
companied by Mrs. Ferguson and Miss
Mary Crawfrod. The sales campaign
is on in earnest by the Chevrolet or
ganisation and Mr. Ferguson learned
just how many cars the local repre
sentatives would have to sell between
now and Thanksgiving to determine
whether they will eat turkey or beans
at another banquet, to be served by
those who fail to reach their quota
to the winners. The local agency
stands a good show to be among those
who will feast on turkey at Thank
W. L. Mallory of Portland spent
the week end in Heppner, a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ball.
After enjoying a few days' visit with
relatives and many old-time friends,
Mr. Mallory went on to Spoknne to
look after business matters, and ex
pects to go from there to California
and spend the winter in tne sunny
Mrs. Lois E. Geiser of Battle
Ground, Wash, who is regional di
rector for the states of Washington
and Oregon of the Degree of Honor
Protective association, spent a day
or so in Heppner the first of this
week, visiting with members of the
Degree of Honor organisation here.
'News of a new enterprise launched
in Portland In which a former., ilepp
nerite is interested reached Heppner
this' week. Percy Garrigues, J. P.
Kavanaugh and Jay Bowerman have
filed incorporation papers for Lie
Garrigues Investment company to do
business under the laws of the state
of Oregon. Mr. Garrigues, who for
merly resided here, still retains con
siderable property interests in this
city, while Messrs. Kavanaugh and
Bowerman are prominent Portland
attorneys, Kavanaugh being a former
judge of the Portland municipal
Jasper Crawford; Chas. Barlow, Ed
Keller, John Hiatt and Chas. Swin-
dig, members of Doric Lodge No. 20,
K. of P., Journeyed over to Pendle
ton on Saturday evening to attend
a K. of P. meeting at which they
met Supreme K. or R. and S., Harry
M. Love, who had wtih him the Rath-
bone bible. Edison I. Ballagh, grand
chancellor commander of domain of
Oregon, James Webb, outer guard,
and James Maloney, master of ex
chequer, were other grand officers
present. A class of twelve received
VMwovd Kntann inn rtf Mr. find Mr.
S. E. Notson, writes the home folks
that' he won his first international
football game of the season at Ton
asket, Wash., where he Is teaching
his second year. The game was
played between Tonasket and Pen
dictin, B. C, high schools. The ju
nior Mr. Notson states that this is
considered one of the hardest games
on their schedule, and they look for
ward to a most successful reason,
having now won the first two games
Mr unii Mrs. Howard Pearson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pearson returned
Tuesday from a visit at Kelso witb
Mrs. Armstrong, mother of Mrs.
Pearson. They also called on Wm.
Hiatt, who now lives at Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pearson will re
turn to thier home at Lena in a few
days. Echo News.
Irrigation Pays. 520-acre ranch ;
1200 under ditch; free water; fine lo
cation for sheep; two bearing or
chards; all in John Day country. Will
sell very cheap. Write W. C. Ford,
Dayville, Ore. 30-31
LAST CHANCE TO OBTAIN
under the old price. . Buy direct from
the car and save "money.
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Jos. M. Hayes of Butter creek was
in the city on Saturday. He had just
returned from Wallowa county where
he has summered his sheep, having
spent the most of the month of Sep
tember over there. Farmers of that
county who raise wheat have been
caused a lot of loss owing to the con
tinued wet weather through most of
September, and Mr. Hayes Is of the
opinion that much of the crop is ut
terly ruined. This is especially true
of the Wallowa valley section.
Mrs. L. McA. Taylor of Seattle ar
rived at Heppner the end of the week
on her way ouf to the Davidson
ranch at Gooseberry, where she will
spend a few weeks visiting at the
home of Mr. and .Mrs. LeRoy L)e-
maris. Mrs. Demons is a daughter
of Mrs. Taylor and the latter spends
a few weeks over here each fall. She
thinks she never saw this country
looking better than it does this fall.
Heppner warehouses and elevator
ere piled to the roof with wheat and
the platforms are all being filled up,
yet the wheat continues to roll in.
Shipments have been going out stead
ily, but not fast enough to relieve
the congestion, and the railroad
faces an all-winter job in getting
the Morrow county crop to market.
Oliver J. Cox of Lexington was a
visitor at the office of Sheriff Mc
DufFee on Saturday,-fixing up a little
(redit on the tax register.
Tom Boylen of Echo, an alumnus of
the University of Oregon, has been
chosen chairman of the nominating
committee for the alumni association
of Umatilla and Morrow counties. He
rill conduct the balloting for the
selection of delegates to the alumni
convention that is to be held in Eu
gene during the annual Homecoming,
Nev. 11 and 12. Echo News.
George Bleaktrsn, county commis
sioner, has the thanks of this paper
for a choice cut of the big buck he
killed this week in the vicinity of
Wills springs in the Blue mountains.
He reported a kill also by his son
Roe who was hunting in company
with Eln er Knighten of H irdman.
Richard McElligott was In the city
Saturday from the McElligott farm
southwset of lone. He has been on
the farm the most of this season,
making a hand in harvest,' and has
enjoyed the summer's work.
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L. Van Marter, "Skeef and "Buck"
Blgbce, old University of Oregon pals,
are enjoying a deer hunt in the Blue
mountains. "Skeeter," a member of
the Portland Beaver baseball team
this season, was in the hospital for
a time after the close of the seiie3.
Fred L. Wyatt will be in town tun
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Pendleton- Walla Walls Stages
MOTOR COACHES IBAVli
See Railroad Agent
at various points
en route for tickets
You see all the road
when you drive 2 Buick
The dreaded "blind spot" is gone forever I In
Buick for 1928 closed car front posts are nar
rowed so that all the road, ahead of you and at
the side, is clear.
And thanks to the efficiency of Fisher crafts
manship, these slim corner posts have even
greater strength than the type formerly used.
See a Buick for 1928 at the nearest showroom.
Get behind the wheel and prove for yourself
how clearly you can see all the road from the
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THAT dairying is the quick, consistent,
cash-producing department in farming
is proved by the unbiased authentic records
of progressive Cow Improvement Associa
tions. ' For instance the 190 cows of one Associa
tion averaged $111.69 profit per annum. An
interesting feature of this record is that the
average for the whole state is only about
half that of the Association average. To
the fact that a pure bred sire headed each
Association herd is attributed the enviable
The lYth Annual Pacific International
Livestock Exposition, to be held in Port
land, October 29 to November 5, provides a
splendid opportunity of learning how. other
farmers are securing increasingly greater
and quicker returns from dairying.
The 'First National Bank urges every
farmer in this section to attend this year s
Pacific International. The time will be well
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