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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER', OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1927.
District Attorney Notson was com
plimented with a box of very fine
tokay grapes this week, received thTU
the mails from Mr. sod Mrs. Jim Car
ter of Grants Pass. Mr. and Mrs.
Carter have purchased a Binall tract
near that city which is set to fruits
i f various kinds and their grapes are
exceptionally fine. The place is also
right in the belt where some excite
ment has been caused recently over
the discovery of a metal that rsem
bles tin, but as yet has not been cat
alogued by the metallurgists, so Jim
does net know whether it is "tin or
something else that may prove to be
just as valuable. - They think the
situation at Grants Pass is quite
ideal from every standpoint, and de
cided to lecate there after having
run about for some time.
"Chas. Lafferty was' taken before
Judge Robinson at lone on Monday
charged with assault and robbery
the complainant being Bill Windsor
of that place. The justice thought
the evidence produced was sufficient
to hold Lafferty to ithe grand jury,
and he placed his bond at $500, in
default of which he is now being held
in the county jail.
. M. E. Munkers was in the city on
Monday from his home at Lexington.
He has just returned from an extend
ed trip in the Willamette valley, hav
ing attended the state fair at Salem,
visited relatives at Portland and else
where. Mr. Munkers contemplates
returning to Portlnd where he and
Mrs. Munkers will reside during the
Oscar Feterson, wheatraiser of the
lone country, was doing business in
this city on Tuesday. He states that
work of seeding in his locality is pro
ceeding nicely, though getting rid of
the excessive growth of weeds has
been a matter that required lots of
work. Weather conditions and mois
ture could not be better.
I represent ithe California Per
fume Co. and carry a line of goods
we use every day. ' Birthday and hol
day gifts a specialty. Order early.
Mrs. Mattie Adkins. 31-2.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner were
called to Monument on Saturday by
the very serious illness of Mrs. Tur
ner's father, Sam Cochran. Mr.
Cochran suffered a stroke of paraly
sis and his condition is critical. Mr.
and Mrs. Turner returned home on
Neighbors of Woodcraft Remem
ber the second Monday in November
the time for nomination of officers.
Also other topics of interest to ev
ery member. Social hour and re
freshments. Please be present Nov.
14. Correspondent. 81-2
Al Bergstrom has accepted a place
with Ferguson Motor Co. at Pen
dleton, as a salesman. The company
handles Oakland and Pontiac cars
and Mr. BergBtrom will work mainly
in the Pendleton and Arlington
Emmet Smith has taken to ranch
ing again, and is now on the Ed
Kellogg place on Rhea creek, where
he is milking a number of good cows.
This is a Bmall place but well adapt
ed to Jhe line Mr. Smith is following.
Several different kinds of winter
apples, fairly free from" worms;
picked, t2 sack at orchard, or $1.25
per box. Windfalls, 1 sack. J. E.
Musgrave, three miles south of Jor
dan Siding on Rhea creek. 31-3
Earl Morgan was in the city with
members of his family on Monday.
Everybody is very busy in the Mor
gan and Cecil sections just now with
the fall seeding, and much grain is
already up and growing rapidly.
Rev. I. V. Parker, who has been
pastor of the Methodist church at
Long Creek during the summer, has
taken a charge in Colorado and left
Tuesday for the new field, states the
L'ong Creek Ranger.
Marion Evans is rapidly recovering
from his recent major operation, and
expects that he can return to the
farm home on Willed creek below
Hcppner in a very short time now.
Mrs. F. D. Cox, who was in the city
Monday from the Hinton creek home,
says that Tange conditions are very
fine in the hills up that way, with
plenty of good grass for the stock.
Martin Lovgren was in from his
Eight Mile ranch on Monday. He is
very busy with the fall seeding and
states that the Bummerfallow is in
excellent shape this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olden were
Heppner visitors on Tuesday from
their farm at Fairview.
Wes Brannon spent a few hours in
the city Monday from his Eight Mile
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griffin of lone
were visitors in Heppner on Monday.
Furnished and lighted apartments
for rent. Mrs. Peter Curran. 31-2
Fresh cows for sale.
Parker, Phone B0F3.
See Frank S.
Marking ihe sixty-ninth anniver
sary of the birth of former presi
dent Theodore Roosevelt, October
27, Mount Vernon, N. Y., will un
veil this newest statue of "TR,"
which was sculptored by the fam
ous Miserendino of N. Y.
The Human Infection
From State Board of Health.
A "carrier" is an individual who,
while not suffering from a commun
icable disease, nevertheless harbors
the germ of infection in his body
through the elimination of which he
is 'capable, either directly or indi
rectly, of infecting others. The dis
covery that contagious diseases may
be disseminated in this manner is of
comparatively recent date. It was
known, of course, that certain dis
eases followed routes of human trav
el and that human beings were in
some manner concerned in the trans
mission of disease. It was assumed
that the infection was carried in the
individual's belongings, such as
clothing, or possibly in the exterior
of his person, as hair, beard or fin
gers. An investigation revealed that
some of these individuals had suf
fered from the disease in question but
were now 'perfectly well. Tn other
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PA CI FIC
This rate also applies from all main and branch line points between
Huntington and Arlington
GOING: October 28th
Lv. HEPPNER 1:0P. M.
Lv. HEPPNER JCT 2:17 A. M.
Ar. PORTLAND 7:15 A. M.
RETURNING: October 29th or 30th
ANY REGULAR TRAIN.
These tickets honored in COACHES ONLY.
No baggage will be hocked.
See agent also for fare and one third rate covering entire period
of the Exposition. (
THE OVERLAND ROUTE
we shall be glad to help plan
your itinerary .arrange topovers and
instances the individual had lived in
houses where such illness existed.
Still others gave history of a pre
ceding illness or contact with per
sons who themselves had been ex
posed. The discovery of the exist
ence of carriers has greatly extend
ed the activities in the control of
The virus of infantile paralysis
msy persist in the nasal secretions
of persons who have long recovered
from this disease. Even the abortive
convalescent may also harbor the
virus. In addition to convalescent
carriers, healthy carriehs of the in
fantile paralysis virus have also been
demonstrated. Unfortunately the
only method which is thus far avail
able to demonstrate whether an in
dividual is or is not a carrier of in
fantile paralysis virus is by animal
experimentation. The inoculation of
monkeys is expensive and cumber
some and cannot be used practically
for the control of outbreaks of in
As the patient himself is the pri
mary focus of dissemination, hospit
alization should be enforced when
ever home conditions are such as to
render complete isolation impossible.
In this manner the number of healthy
farriers, whom we must regard after
all as the greatir menace, will of
necessity be diminished. Rigid quar
antine of the entire household should
be insisted upon if isolation of pa
tient is not possible. Prevent the
production of carriers by reducing
the number of persona who come in
contact with the disease. It has been
definitely demonstrated that individ
uals who show no manifestations of
having the disease themselves may
carry the virus in their upper air
passages. The control of carriers
constitutes the greatest problem in
disease prevention. If man is the
3ole distributor of the virus of infan
tile paralysis, there is no reason for
believing or assuming that the child
is more likely to carry the virus than
is the adult.
Concurrent disinfection is neces
sary. It should not be forgotten
that articles soiled by excretions and
then handled by the sick may bear the
infection, and all these should be
burned or disinfected. The clothing
worn by those who come in contact
with active carriers should be thor
oughly sterilized. Hospitalisation
when promptly applied to all known
cases of infantile paralysis undoubt
edly lessens the prevalence of the
Irrigation Pays. 520-acre ranch;
200 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
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.
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THAT dairying is the quick, consistent,
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is proved by the unbiased authentic records
of progressive Cow. Improvement Associa
tions. For instance the 190 cows of one Associa
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interesting feature of this record is that the
average for the whole state is only about
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The 17th Annual Pacific International
Livestock Exposition, to be held in Port
land, October 29 to November 5, provides a
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The -First National Bank urges every
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Rich .wholesome milk. Drink all yon
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Arrival 77me 7A Point a:
Ulp.a. 4:0 p. m.
405 p. m. f : p. m.
K4 p. m. 7:i p. m.
l. Arlington 13c p. m. Sit p. as.
Arrival Tint Thm Pointu
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Connection at Pendleton with
Pendleton- Walla Walla Stages
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at various points
n route for tickets
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