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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1927.
Mr. Chri P. Brown returned home
the end of the week from a visit of
nearly two months with relatives In
Tulsa Oklahoma, and at her girlhood
home in Ava, Mo., in the midst of tht
Ozark mountains. It had been a dot
tn years since Mrs. Brown left her
home in Missouri, and she noted that
many changes had taken place there
in that time. While she enjoyed the
visit greatly, she is glad be back
to Morrow county, and more content
than ever with her home in Oregon.
Judge R. L. Benge and Commis
sioner Davidson were in Portland
this week and met with the state
highway commission, calling atten
tion to needs of cooperation on the
Heppner-Spray road. Judge Benge is
pleased with the attitude of the com
mission regarding this road, and
there is every reason to expect some
favorable action later on. CommiS'
aioner Sawyer has promised to go
over this road and make a personal
view of the situation soon.
Nat Shaw is feeling good over the
splendid conditions prevailing in his
section, Clarks canyon, for fall seed
ing. In fact he is just about as happy
as he has ever been in his life; a good
crop this season and another in pros
pect is just about the ideal situation.
Ilia grain is mostly in the ground, is
coming up well and best of all, there
was a splendid chance to kill off the
weeds before the seeding began. Mr.
Shaw was. attending to business here
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beymer ac
companied by Mrs. L. E. Bisbee and
Mrs. Katherine Farnsworth, drove to
Portland yesterday. At Portland Mrs.
Farnsworth intended to take the train
for Redwood City, Calif., where she
will visit for the winter at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Dinsmoor.
Mrs. Bisbee expects to spend a week
or so in Portland, but Mr. and Mrs.
licymer will return home this week
At the close of the deer season, Dr.
Johnston and Charley Cox came in
with a fine buck, the result of several
days of hunting in the Ditch creek
country. We understand that it was
Charley's gun that brought down the
game, as the doctor failed to get any
meat. The Gazette Times force Is
grateful to these gentlemen for some
excellent cuts of venison, enjoyed at
the Sunday dinner.
Leo Whited, employed at the Smith
road camp on the Spray road, was
brought to Heppner suffering with an
attack of tonsilities. After a stay of
a week at Heppner Surgical hospital,
he was able to return to his work.
Roy Padgett is under the care of
Dr. McMurdo, suffering a severe in
fection of the left hand. He is now
progressing toward complete recovery.
The next meeting of the American
Legion Auxiliary will be on Tuesday
evening, November 1st. The host
esses will be Mrs. Ben Buschke and
Grace Buschke. The Auxiliary will
serve a 6:00 o'clock chicken dinner
on November lOih for the officers of
the Elks' lodge. Don't forget the
bundle drive, clothing to be brought
to Legion headquarters by November
The funeral of Johannes Troedson,
aged resident of the lone section,
was held at lone on Wednesday. Mr.
Troedson died on Sunday from heart
trouble. He was one of the early
settlers in that section and for many
years followed farming quite success
fully. Mr. Troedson was a splendid
citizen and highly respected in th
Mrs. Ralph McCormick and baby
were victims of an automobile acci
dent near Morgan on Saturday,- the
car in which they were traveling on
the main highway turning completely
over. Minor injuries only wera sus
tained, is the good word from Dr.
Johnston, attending physician.
Noah Clark and family were Eight
Mile folks in the city on Saturday.
Taking time to clean his sun.mtrfal
low of weeds, Mr. Clark states that
he was just a little late in beginning
to seed, but was all ready for this
work the first of this week.
Charley Furlong, who was in the
city yesterday from Eight Mile, re
ported that he finished with his com
bining on Tuesday. While he was
delayed in getting his threshing done
because of inclement weather, he suf
fered no loss to speak of.
Mrs. Emma Doolittle- of Cottage
Grove arrived at Heppner on Satur
day and will remain here for the win
ter, visiting with her son, Letter Doo
little and her sister, Mrs. Carrie
At the Episcopal Church
For Home And Church
Ven. Sidney W. Creasey
AT 8:00 O'CLOCK
EVERY EVENING BEGINNING
Sunday, Oct. 30 to Sun
day Evening, Nov. 6
with the exception of Saturday evening.
It has ben said, "It takes a heap of religion
to fall in love, establish a home, and raise
children and grandchildren."
Are You Building-
A HOUSE, BARN, MACHINE SHED,
Or just doing' some repairing?
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R, REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARMS
- Good Listings in Both Morrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
Betty CLark, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. N. A. Clark of Eight Mile, un
derwent an operation for removal of
tonsils and adenoids at the hands of
Dr. A. H. Johnston on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaughn re
turned last evening from Portland
where they spent a day or so this
Attorney Sam E. Van Vactor and
Mrs. Van Vactor were visitors in this
city on Friday and Saturday from
their home at The Dalles.
Let Baldwin solve your built-in
fixtures problem. We have them on
display and can set them in your
home in a few minutes. 32-8
Winter Apples Plenty o good
ones. Began picking Oct. 1st. Bring
sacks. F. Burroughs, Jordan Siding.
All lenses and repairs at half price.
Mail orders only. Mail the pieces.
Thomson Optical Inst. Makers of
good lenses. Est. 1908. Corbett
Bldg., Portland, Ore. 32-tf.
LOST Lewellyn black and white
female bird dog, in front of Hotel
Heppner Saturday evening. $10 re
ward. J. T. Ensign, Hotel Heppner.
Begin now to get ready for the big
Armistice Day dance at Elks Temple
Friday evening, November 11th.
Before buying, see the new Autona
Circulating Heater at Baldwin's. 33
HEMSTITCHING Mrs. Ed Hunt in
Case- Apartments. 32-4
JOHN R. OLDEN.
John E. Olden was born in in
of Kansas February 6, 1863, and died
at Heppner, Oregon, October 20, 1927,
aged 64 years, 8 months and 22 days.
He came ta this state with his par
ents when a boy some 45 years ago
and during the greater portion of this
time was a resident of Morrow coun
ty, growing to manhood here. He was
married to Lottie Gifford at Hillsbovo,
who died June 24, 1926. Surviving him
are three brothers arid three sisters,
these being Mrs. Winnie Chnsman
and Mrs. Jessie Henderson of Mossy
Rock, Wash., Mrs. A. A. McCabe of
Ijne, Lewis Olden of Monmouth, Her
bert and Grant Olden of lone.
Mr. Ulden's occupation for years
had been that of farming and stock'
raising,.his ranch one of the best in
the county, being situated on Rhea
creek, where he had built a splendid
home, enjoyed for many years by
himself and wife. In his business
dealings as in everything else Mr.
Olden was honorable and upright, be
ing an industrious and useful citizen
in the community. He had gathered
about him a host of friends who ex
press to the family the deepest sym
pathy in his untimely departure.
Mr. Olden was taken seriously ill
about two years ago and from that
time he had been more or less under
the care of physicians. He was in the
hospital at Hot Lake and also at Pen
dleton for several months prtor to
his death, and returned to Heppner
from the latter place and was cared
for at the home of Mrs. Emma Whet
stone, a close friend of Mr. Olden
and his wife for many years, for a
period of. five weeks, where all that
was possible to relieve his sufferings
was done for him. The end came sud
den'y early last Thursday forenoon.
Funeral services were held at the
Christian church in this city at 1:30
p. m. Sunday, Milton W. Bower, of
ficiating, being larglely attended by
relatives and frineds. Commitment
was in the cemetery at lone.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
John Day Irrigation District War
rants Nos. 254 to 276 inclusive will
be paid an presentation at the office
ft the Treasurer of Morrow County,
Oregon, on or after November 12th,
1927, at which date interest on said
warrants will cease.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, October
LEON W. BRIGGS,
32-4 County Treasurer.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank all those who in
every way assisted through the ill
ness and at the burial of our bro-
ther and friend, John R. Olden; also
for th many beautiful floral offer
ings. MRS. EMMA WHETSTONE.
THE OLDEN FAMILY.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon, the undersigned has taken up
the hereinafter described animals,
found running at large on his prem
ises in Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, and that he will on Friday, the
ith day of November, 1927, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock in tht forenoon
of said day, at his place IS miles
south of Heppner, Oregon, offer for
rale and sell said anima's to the
highest bidder for cash in hand un
less the same shall have been re
deemed by the owner or owners there
of. Said animals are described as
One red heifer, 2 years old; no
visible marks or brands. -
One red heifer, 8 years old, marked
with swallow fork in left ear.
31-3 PAUL WEBB, Heppner, Ore.
1 Ask Your Grocer for the
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NEW SUPERIOR LOAF
1 "Butternut" or "Round-Up"
Our home-made pastries are de
livered in Heppner fresh daily
Jkr .mW Trent frttHtm
m i ng
The difference between really
fresh foodstuffs and that not
so fresh is only fully appre
ciated when you make onr gro
:ery your headquarters for good
things to eat. All of the sea
sonable dainties are always to
be found here and always to
be had as cheaply aa price
quoted elsewhere. Right now
the new citrous fruit crops and
nuts are coming In and here
yon will find them awaiting
Oranges 30c a Dozen
Red Hot Special on
that lead the world in popularity
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HIATT & DIX
Phone Main 1072
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Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 AND 28 :
Monte Blue and Dorothy Devore in . . "THE MAN UPSTAIRS"
From the story "The Agony Column" by Earl Derr Biggers. A murder mystery comedy that keeps
you on the edge with tense thrills and laughter.The funniest murder of the year.
Also WHAT NOTS, an interesting reel of curiosities, and the 4th epioode of STRINGS OF STEEL.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29:
W. F. Fields and Mary Alden in "THE POTTERS"
Fields as Pa Potter, sometimes humorously referred to as ""the head of the house," outdoes all of
his other screen efforts. There is fun for the whole family in this great American Family Picture,
directed by the man who made Harold Lloyd famous.
Also THE MIGHTY SMITHY, cartoon comedy, and KINOGRAMS NEWS REEL.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 AND 31:
John Barrymore and Dolores Costello in . . "When A Man Loves"
Based on the novel Manon Lescaut by Abbe Prevost, the story of Fabian and Manon who defied the
world for love. A most gorgeous and beautiful picture, with John Barrymore and Dolores Costello
at tUn', kaat
CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 60e.
at their best.
' Also A DOG'S PAL, two reel comedy.
We suggest that you let the children come Saturday night and see a picture they will understand
and enjoy (of course come with them fun for the whole family) and then let them have a good
sleep Sunday nigh tfor the school work Monday. "When a Man Loves" is for grown ups.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 AND 2:
Jacqueline Logan and John Bowers in . "FOR LADIES ONLY"
A merry comedy of modern business. The business world was no place for women, according to the
new manager, so he fired every female employee of the company, but what they did to him was plenty.
See "For Ladies Only."
Also comedy, PLUMB GOOFY, and KINOGRAMS NEWS REEL.
COMING NEXT WEEKi
Betty Bronson and Ford Sterling in EVERY
An airplane story, THE NON-STOP FLIGHT.
Antonio Moreno and Renee Adoree in
Evelyn Brent and Lawrence Gray in LOVE
EM AND LEAVE 'EM.
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.
Gilliam & Bisbee
Very Special Price
as well as
moderate priced China.
The furnace with double-radiating
surfaces, operates with a big savnig
Case Furniture Co.