Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, February 16, 1928, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1928.
PAGE FIVE
Jason Biddle was home this week
for a few days and spent Tuesday
In Heppner. He and Mrs. Biddle
have been spending the past two
months at LaFayette, Ore., where
Mr. Biddle's mother had her home
for years. They were called there
by the illness of his mother, Mrs.
M. E. Biddle, who passed away De
cember 11, at the age of 75 years.
Mack Biddle, a brother of Jason,
who has been suffering for many
years with chronic asthma, has been
very low for weeks at the family
home at' LaFayette, and Jason and
his wifo have been caring for him.
Mr. Biddle expects to return to La
Fayette in a few days.
Charley Barlow arrived home
from Portland on Monday, bringing
up from the city one of the new
Ford cars, a sport coupe, which will
be used by Latourell Auto company
for demonstration purposes. The
company has secured a large num
ber of orders for the new cars and
these have gone in, but they will
not be able to make deliveries right
soon, getting but a few cars out of
the total number allotted to the
Oregon territory, though the Ford
factories are now on capacity pro
duction. D. B. Stalter returned'to Heppner
the first of the week after having
spent several weeks in Portland,
visiting at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Van Valkenberg. Mr. Stal
ter reports that Mrs. Ellen Buselck,
who was recently crippled up in an
auto accident, was quite well again
but still limping. While riding with
Mrs. Day, her sister, and several
other women, the car of Mrs. Day
was bumped by a truck that skid
ded into them and Mrs. Buseick be
ing on the side of contact was the
only one injured.
Mont Bundy, residing out north
of Lexington, was in town Wednes
day. He states that the frost is not
out of the ground in his section, and
as yet it is not possible to arrive at
any definite conclusions as to
whether wheat has been hurt by the
freezing weather. Those who put
in Federation may be hurt, but he
is satisfied no damage has been
done the winter varieties.
J. H. McFee and his stepson, Wm.
Kerr are visiting this week at the
home of Mr. McFee's mother, Mrs.
Amanda Potter. About 30 years
ago Mr. McFee lived at Heppner
and during that time was an excep
tionally good ball player and had a
lot of sport playing with the Hepp
ner teams for season or two. He
lives near Hillsboro, where he farms
the old home place.
Alex Gibb, who for the past six
years has been employed at the
power house here, has taken over
the plumbing business of Peoples
Hardware company and will here
after be following his old trade. Mr.
Gibb has had many years of exper
tence as a plumber and knows the
trade thoroughly. He will appre
ciate any business you have in his
line.
W. B. Barratt came up from
Portland Wednesday and will spend
several days here looking after bus
iness affairs. Calling on the Ga
zette Times, Mr. Barratt had some
mighty nice things to say regard
ing our booster edition, for which
we thank him.
Chas. W. Smith, county agent,
drove to Pendleton Tuesday eve
ning to meet Mrs. Smith and the
children who were returning home
from a stay of several months in
Spokane, where Mrs. Smith visited
her parents and received medical
treatment
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Troedson and
Francis Jones spent Tuesday night
in this city, coming up from Mor
gan to take In the wonderful picture
Interpretation of Ben Hur at the
Star thenter.
Mrs. Ruth Harnett, accompanied
by her son, Fred Windsor and her
neice, Miss Gladys Benge, drove
over from Walla Walla on Satur
day, and spent Sunday with relatives
here. Mr. Windsor, a Morrow coun
ty boy, had not visited the scenes
of his boyhood for many years. Miss
Benge, a student at Whitman col
lege, visited with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Eph Eskelson, while Mrs.
Barnett and son were guests of the
Eskelson and Benge families, she
being a sister of Judge Benge and
Mrs. Eskelson. They returned to
Walla Walla on Monday,
Prof. Melvln Johnston departed
of Lexington schools departed on
Wednesday night's train for Corval
lis, taking with him Jlmmie Leach,
president of the student body and
Gwendolyn Evans, two of his pu
pils and will attend the students'
conference at Q. A. C. this week
end. Returning from Portland,
they will bring back Mr. Johnston's
car which he was compelled to
leave in the city during Christmas
time.
Milton W. Bower, pastor of the
Christian church, left on Monday
for Wallowa, where he will be for
two weeks, assisting the pastor of
the Christian church there In a pro
tracted meeting. He was accom
panied as far as La Grande by Mrs.
Sarah Parker, mother of Frank S.
Parker, who will visit with sons
living there and at Cove for a short
time.
E. R. Lundell and family took in
Ben Hur" at the Star theater on
Tuesday evening, from their home
at lone. Many people from over the
county were attracted to Heppner
by this wonderful picture, present
ed by Manager Sigsbee for four
nights this week. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Loney and
children were week-end guests at
When your appetite
craves something dif
ferent, eat shell fish.
Delicious
OLYMPIC
OYSTERS
may be had any time.
You may buy
them in bulk.
ELKHORN
RESTAURANT
ED CHINN, Prop.
Men's Wear Only
We handle men's wear only. Naturally
we look for the best men's lines, and with
out exception you will find the best lines
are placed in men's stores.
e carry such lines
LEVI STRAUSS OVERALLS
WEYENBERG SHOES .
UNDERWEAR
ALLEN
.STYLEPLUS
SUITS
HARDEMAN HATS
GREENH00D SHIRTS
FLORSHEIM SHOES ,
Priced very reasonable when you con
sider quality.
"a mans store for men
t
as
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Parker. Mrs. Loney and Mrs. Par
ker are sisters. They returned to
their home at Walla Walla on Mon
day.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the Methodist church will
meet in the church parlors Tuesday,
February 21, at 2:30 p. m. This be
ing the regular session, an urgent
request is for a larger attendance
of members and friends.
Due to illness Dr. Samuel Tyler,
eyesight specialist of Bend, has
been detained from his regular vis
its her for several months. Dr. Ty
ler will be at Buhn s store March
5 and 6. Satisfactory glasses guar
anteed. 48.
For Sale 8 head work marcs,
well broke and ready for harness;
ranging in ages from 6 to 10 years,
and weights from 1300 to 1500 lbs.
Prices right Write Harry French,
Hardman, Oregon. 46-tf.
i P. G. Farley is home from Hot
Lake where he has been for some
time" receiving treatment He is
quite improved in health and feel
ing much better than when he left
Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweek arrived
home from Eugene on Sunday. They
were called to the University city
by the death of Mrs. Sweek's fath
er, Benjamin J. Hawthorne.
Perry Hopkins, for long years a
resident of lone, died at his home
in Portland on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
The remains were brought to lone
for burial on Wednesday.
See Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT SPE
CIALIST, about your eyes. In
Heppner Sunday, Feb. 19th, at Ho
tel Heppner. 47-8.
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical
Co., 360 Alder St, Portland, Ore.,
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will
be In Heppner all day and evening,
Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Hotel Hepp
ner. See him about your eyes. 47-8.
Martha Washington tea, given by
the Willing Workers of the Chris
tian church, will be served from 3
to 7:30 o'clock on Feb, 22, at the
church parlors. 44-48.
Earl Hallock nad Earl Gordon
visited Walla Walla Sunday In Hal
lock's car, going over and back the
same day just for a recreation
jaunt
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pearson were
visitors in town Wednesday from
their home near Lena. Winter still
lingers in the lap of spring out their
way.
Dr. Samuel Tyler, eyesight spec
ialist of Bend, will be at Buhn's
store March 5 and 8. Glasses fit
ted. Regular visits made to Hepp
ner. 48
J. W. Vaughan has been appoint
ed agent for Stark Bros. Nurseries
the largest in the world for fruit
trees, shrubbery, berries and flow
ers. 48-51
F. A. McMenamin, Portland attor
ney, was in Heppner on Wednesday
attending to legal matters and look
ing after other business affairs.
Sam Hughes made a short busi
ness visit to Portland this week, go
ing down Sunday night and return
ing Tuesday night
WANTED To get in touch with
parties having spring sheep range
to rent Write J. G. Barratt Hepp
ner. 48tf.
LOST Small black dog; license
Nos. 23131-81. Lewis Sperry, city.
WHAT DO YOU NEED?
We have in stock all the building materials named here:
IRON ROOFING, ASBESTOS ROOFING AND SHINGLES; BEST
GRADE CEDAR SHINGLES; WALL BOARD, PLASTER BOARD,
BUILDING PAPER; LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT; BUILDERS'
HARDWARE; SCREENS AND CEL-O-GLASS; BUILT-IN TVS..
TURES; DOORS AND WINDOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION;
or anything yon need In oar line, at the right price.
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
1 00 Shorthorn Bulls for Sale
Range Bulls, Herd Bulls, and Bulls for Farm Use
These consignments include the Best in the West
Northwest Shorthorn
Breeders' Sale
at
Union Stock Yards,
Spokane, Wash,
on
Thursday, Feb. 23,1928
40 Bulls 20 Females
From the best herds of
'the Northwest
8th Annual Hercules
Draft Sale
at
Hercules Ranch,
Sprague, Wash,
on
Friday, Feb. 24, 1928
60 Bulls 20 Females
Hercules Show and feed yard
records prove their quality.
"SANDY" KEITH, Auctioneer
The railroads grant a half rate on less than carload shipments,
but when purchasers using a common shipping point buy In the
Association and our Hercules Sale, a carload of not less than fif
teen head the sellers will pay one-half the freight any distance
within six hundred miles, when one railroad is used. See youn
neighbor and arrange to attend these sales and combine your
shipments.
ASSOCIATION SALE
For Catalog write:
J. Houston McCroskey,
Garfield, Washington
HERCULES SALE
For Catalog write:
F. M. Rothrock Co.,
Spokane, Washington
Every-Day Savings
Do Count Up
Shopping at this store will add to your
sayings at a remarkable rate with no sac
rifice of quality.
Phone Service -:- Delivery Service
Charge Account Privileges.
SATURDAY, FEB. 18th, SPECIAL:
4 Bars Fels Naptha Soap 25c
2 Large Cans Broken Slice Pineapple 45c
Peets Washing Machine Soap 45c
(3 Bars Creme Oil Soap Free)
Diamond W Minced Clams (tall Cans) 25c
BUTTER, per pound 50c
HUGHES&HUGHES
Phone 962 We Deliver
Wanted Blower for 24-inch Case
threshing machine; and a 14-foot
header. N. Thompsen, lone, Ore.
Ringlet strain barred Plymouth
Rock cockerels for sale. $2 each
Mrs. N. M. Johnson, lone. 46-8
FOR SALE My home In North
Heppner, just beyond depot $1500
cash. Mrs. M. L. Oney. 48-50.
Dr. G. G. Gaunt of Condon was
called to Heppner Sunday on pro
fessional businsss.
Jacob H. Frad has been spending
several days in the city from his
Portland home.
Syd Chaplain In THE FORTUNE
HUNTER, Star theater, Sunday and
Monday.
FOR SALE Overland sedan in
good condition. See Mrs. K. K. Ma
honey. 48-51.
Dr. Clarke, in Heppner, Sunday,
Feb. 19th, at Hotel Heppner. 47-8.
Bring Produce Here.
Bring your produce to the Central
Market, Heppner. We buy poultry,
beef, pork, mutton, veal in fact any
thing you have to offer in this line,
always allowing the highest market
price. See us before selling.
41-tf. CENTRAL MARKET.
Buy Your Plow
Shares Here
ANY MAKE
1 4-inch Steel Shears .... $4.25
1 6-inch Steel Shears .... $4.50
Get your orders in now as these shears have
to come from the factory.
V.
Frank Shively
Steam Roll Your
Feed
- '
Our New Mill Is Now In Operation
Let us show you what we can
do in Steam Rolled Feeds.
We can roll your feeds or clean
and treat your grain to suit you
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse, 643; Residence, 644
Cinderella Frock Shop
Announcement
The Cinderella Frock Shop Women's Apparel Specialty Shop the
thirteenth unit in a chain of Cinderella Shops operating through the
western states, specializing in
WOMEN'S AND MISSES
COATS - SUITS - DRESSES
MILLINERY
HAS JUST BEEN OPENED
AT PENDLETON, OREGON
807 Main Street
Half Block from Hotel Pendleton
We make o'ur opening announcement to Heppner and community in the
confident belief that the news will be of decided interest and benefit to
every lady in this vicinity.
The facilities and resources of chain store operation make possible
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These advantages which we pass on to public benefit, together with new
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Cinderella Frock Shop
807 Main Street
Pendleton, Oregon