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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1928.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Case are ex-
. pectlng their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Jones of As
toria, to arrive at Hcppner right
after the first of May. Mr. Jones
comes to take a place In the store
of Case Furniture company. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Quackenbush, who
have been In the employ of Mr.
Case during the past couple of
years, wll move to Rhea creek
where they 'will have charge of one
of the ranches of T. J. Jones and
Samuel E. Notion, candidate for
the seat In congress made vacant
by the recent appointment of Nico
las J. Slnnott to the place of judge
of the court of claimB by President
Coolidge, departed on Sunday night
for Portland to be In conference
with other aspirants for congress
ional honors, held In Portland the
first of the week.
A number of Arlington ball fans
were In tho city on Sunday to witr
neas the game between their team
and Ileppner. Among them were
Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheelhouse, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Story, Mr. and Mrs.
Art Scrogglns, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Spath, Bob Tash and sister. Miss
Zaida, Miss Ruby Wetherell and
W. J. Wattenburger and wife of
Echo and Lon Wattenburger and
wife of Pine City were visitors here
for a short time on Wednesday
forenoon. W. J. says that the polit
ical pot in Umatilla county Is sim
mering quite lively, and there is
prospect of some tight races before
the final count on May 18.
Dr. D. J. McFaul, for 28 years a
practicing physician in Pendleton,
and for a year or so previous to
that time located at Heppner, died
on Friday at Pasadena, Calif. His
remains were brought to Pendleton
and funeral servcles were held
there on Tuesday.
Headache, dizziness, nausea, sto
mach disorders are often due to
eyestrain. Scientific eye examina
tion will give you the facts about
your eyes. Dr. Tyler of Bend will
be at Peterson's store, Heppner,
Sunday and Monday, May 6-7 6.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Clouston of
Pendleton were visitors here the
first of the week. Returning home
on Monday evening, they were ac
companied by Mrs. 8. P. Devin, mo
ther of Mrs: Clouston, who will visit
for a time in Pendleton.
John Luther and family arrived
here the past week, and Mr. Luther
will be the line and service man in
this district for Pacific Power &
Light Co. Mr. Luther was former
ly In the construction department
of the company.
Algott Lundell and family of lone
spent Saturday afternoon and eve
ning In Heppner. Mr. Lundell is a
successful farmer of the lone sec
tion and looks for a fine crop there
again this season.
Mr. and Mis. R. E. Harbison of
Morgan visited Hoppner for a short
time on Tuesday. Mr. Harbison,
who was ill for so long in Portland,
is now well on the road to full re
covery. Frank Farnsworth came in Sat
urday from the C. H. Bartholomew
farm on Butter creek, where he has
been working for the past couple
W. O. Dix, of the firm of-Hlatt
& Dlx, has been laid up at home
for the past week, suffering from
his leg ailliction of long standing.
Miss Reita Neel departed for The
Dalles and Hood River on Friday,
where she will have a visit with
relatives and friends.
SEVENTH HEAVEN, the great
est motion picture ever made, Star
Theater, Sunday, Monday and Tues
day, Don't Miss It
D. H. Grabill, pioneer resident of
lone, was attending to matters of
business in this city on Tuesday.
Dlllard French and wife were
Heppner visitors on Tuesday from
their Gurdane ranch.
Frank Engelman, lone business
man, was a visitor in this city on
W. H. Gould, Lexington wheat
raiser was a Heppner visitor Wed
nesday. E. Jay Merrill was In the city on
Tuesday from his home near Hard-man.
Chauncey Depew Passes
iYiTmfr ' "Kf
Chauncey M. Depew, veteran
statesman, humorist and the great
est after dinner speaker ever known
to America, who died in his 93d
vear at his home in New York ot
New Baseball Idol
game of the season, who is taking
the place in the Giants team left
vacant hv tho traHintr nf Snnn
Hornsby to the Braves. This
voung infielder made 'em wild over
his Snanov nlavincr anA umn h
opening game for the Giants.
S. E. Notson blew Into lone Thurs
day afternoon and favored the In
dependent staff with a short call.
He was acting as advance agent for
the coming Morrow County Pion
eer Reunion which is to take place
June 1. When asked as to his state
of receptivity for the seat in the
U. S. H. R soon to be vacated by
Nick Sinnott, Mr. Notaon replied
that he never dodges political lightr
nlng. lone Independent
Born At their home on Butter
creek, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ayers
Tuesday, April 24, an 8-lb. son.
Color of hay Is the most Import
ant grading factor under the Uni
ted States grades, which are official
In Oregon. Color Indicates quality.
To obtain high color and good qual
ity, hay is cut before the color is
lost from the plant in the field.
Cutting grain hay not later than
the soft dough stage and alfalfa In
the one-tenth to one-half bloom
stage has been found good practice
by the experiment station.
Copper carbonate treatment for
smut which is standard on wheat
Is not efficient in preventing smut in
oats and barley. The liquid for
maldehyde treatment for these
grains is recommended by the Ore
gon experiment station. The cop
per carbonate dust will not pene
trate the hulls of oats and barley
sufficiently to kill the smut spores.
Even with good healthy cows sc-
cess is not assured, unless these
cows are properly fed. To be well
fed the dairy cow needs on abund
ance of feed, succulent feed, prop
erly balanced feed and palatable
feed, says the extension specialist
1RRIGON CLUB CHARTERED.
The Bummer Lambs club of Irrl-
gon, led by J. Bert Knight, has re
ceived a charter from the extension
olfice at Corvallis. The charter is
given In recognition of the organl-
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be In THE DALLES ON
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, AT THE
DALLES HOTEL, and In -PENDLE
TON ON THURSDAY. MAY 17, AT
THE DORION HOTEL.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation.
Dr. Mellcnthln Is a regular grad
uate In medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stom
ach, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults In diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Ore
gon who have been treated for one
of the above named causes:
H. H. Blake, Marshfleld.
Elmer Booker, Condon.
Bessie Eckles, Emprle.
D. O. Horn, Bonanza.
W. C. Hclyer, Kent
P. M. Koster, Mt Angel.
Mrs. L. H. Martin, Moro.
Davis Stelnon, Allegany.
Fred Shetlds, Klamath Falls.
Joe Sheoshlps, Gibbon.
D. I. Wagonblast, Portland.
Remember above date, that con
sultation on this trip will be free
and that his treatment is different
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Adress: 224 Bradbury Bldg., Los
zation of the club as a standard 4-H
club. The members agree to follow
all instructions sent out by the
state club leader and to give dem
onstrations of their work.
LOST Crocker fountain pen, be
tween residence of Mrs. Huston,
Gale St., and the postofflce. Maur
ice Edmondson. 6p.
FOR SALE Deerlng combine, 9
foot cut Call A. E. Miller, Lexing
ton, Ore. 6p
Will exchange a few White Leg
horn hens for Rhode Island Reds.
Mrs. Geo. Moore, city. 2tf.
B. F. Swaggart, Lexington. 6-6p.
FOR RENT 8500 acres sheep
pasture, stock fenced; good grass,
plenty of shade and water. Good
chance to add 2000 acres more If
leased soon. Joins county road from
Heppner to Ritter. Write, telephone
or see C. O. DININS, Ritter, Ore.
Selected King Chin Chilla Rab
bits. Price right Carl Lindeken,
lone, Ore. 3-6
FOR SALE Late model all steel
22x36 Case thresher, complete with
bagger, feeder and blower. Guar
anteed in Al condition. A snap at
J300.00. Terms. Peoples Hardware
Co., Heppner, Ore. 4tf.
FOR SALE 12 head godo work
mules and harness. Gorger Bros.,
Star Rt, Lexington, Ore. &-6
A 1000-acre stock ranch for sale;
150 acres cultivated. 7 miles north
of Monument. $7000. Easy terms.
If Interested write or phone I. N.
Harrison, Top, Oregon. 5-10.
Wanted 600 sheep to pasture for
the summer. John H. Canfleld,
Ukiah, Oregon. 5-6.
FOR SALE 1927 14-ft Case com
bine. Has cut 600 acres. Good as
new. See or write Harry or Sam
Turner, Heppner, Ore. tf.
FOP. SALE, very cheap, steering
couch, ice box, writing desk, Over
land sedan, 1922. Christiansen, care
When your appetite
craves something dif
ferent, eat shell fish.
may be had any time.
You may buy
them in bulk.
ED CHINN, Prop.
FOR SALE 12 good horses;
make fine team. 1 ground power
Holt combine, In running order, will
trade for cattle or anything I can
use. Want to buy calves or stock
cattle. Phone John Mlchelbook,
lone, Ore. 4tf
FOR SALE 1923 Case Hillside
Harvester. This machine has cut
small acreage and will be overhaul
ed and ba put in first class condi
tion. Guaranteed to be ready to
pull in the field. A bargain at $650.
Terms. Peoples Hardware Co.,
Heppner, Ore. 4tf.
Eggs For Setting Rhode Island
Reds The cockerels out of May
hood strain; 287 trap nested hens.
50c per setting. Ralph Butler, Hen
riksen ranch, Heppner, Box 71. 2tf.
Twelve head of jacks, the best in
the west for sale or lease; 40 head
of good mules for sale; also 4 head
of milk cows. B. F. Swaggart,
Lexington, Oregon. 62-tf.
You won't need to wait about that
We have just bought the best lot of
feed barley that has been offered for sale
Look at it before you buy.
Baby Chick Feeds
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
wall paper job. We have the stock
at from 5c to 30c a single rolL CASE
FURNITURE CO. Watch our win
dow for display of quality linoleum
FOR SALE OR RENT South
Jones Prairie, containing 402 acres
summer grazing land. Owner, Ma. -garet
Jones, 399 E. 16th St, N.,
FOR SALE Flett ranch, 440 ac
res, 100 alfalfa; on Rock creek. Rea
sonable price; terms If desired. See
or write Mrs. Maude Hurt, Arling
ton, Ore. 2-9
Angelfoods, one dollar,
Dr. Tyler, eyesight specialist of
Bend, will be at Peterson's jewelry
store, Heppner, Sunday and Mon
day, May 6-7. Comfortable glasses
LOST A small fraternity pin,
shape of shield, bordered with small
pearls. Finder gets $5.00 reward.
Boys and girls, keep your eyes open.
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.
THE SUCCESS OF
WILLOW CREEK SPECIAL
DAIRY AND POULTRY FEEDS
is assured by the growing demand for
YOU CAN SECURE YOUR SUPPLY FROM
Peoples Hardware Company . . Heppner
Independent Warehouse Co. . Lexington
C. W. Swanson lone
Heppner Farmers Elevator Company
Ship Your Cream to Portland
When You Have a Market
We need the support of every dairyman in
Morrow County. How can you expect your
county, town or business in town to prosper
if you ship out?
We will pay 42 cents for No. 1 butterfat
and give honest weights and tests. We pay
on the 5th and 18th of each month.
Morrow County Creamery Company
W. C. COX, Manager
SjL winning En
for the Future
a Six of Long Life and Advanced Design
Judged by even the most criti
cal standards, the New Series
Pontiac Six is months even
years ahead of its field. Its
style is the height of fashion
achieved with low, graceful,
modish lines emphasized by
magnificent Fisher bodies.
Its big, economical motor has
the G-M-R cylinder head, for
smoothness, power, snap and
speed. It has every other really
worthwhile feature that pro-
x gressive engineering has de
vised! And in addition, it has
that fundamental which has
been the basts of Pontiac's ever,
growing success the great fun
damenfal of long life!
When you buy a Pontiac Six
you know you are getting not
only a car that is new today
but a Six so advanced in style
and engineering, so famous for
long life that its inherent value
will always be high!
2-Door Sedan, $745; Coupe, $745) Sport Roadster, $745; Pfcaetm. $775; Cab
riolet, $795; 4-Ooor Sedan, $825; Sport Landau Sedan, $875. Oakland All.
American Six, $ 1045 to $ 1265, AH prices at factory. Delivered price include
n'niMi handling charge!. 017 to pay on the liberal General Motor Time
The 4Dmt Sedan r BWytyWilnr
FERGUSON MOTOR COMPANY, Heppner, Oregon
I. R. R0BIS0N, lone, Oregon
(Says Bill the
I'l be gum swizzled
if I'll park Henry
under a tree for another night's lodging. Henry is a
good, faithful steed, but he gets rheumatism in his
universal joints from exposure to the night air. So
it's a swe'l room with private bath and all modern
conveniences for Henry, and I saved the price of two
new tires and a wash and polish, because I bought my
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
- A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
Noted Star of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, writes:
"When I arrived at thePitts
burgh training camp 1
noticed my brother Paul
smoked Lucky Strikes exclu
sively, and heexplained why.
You will agree that w e were
in a close and exciting Pen
riant race and it certainly
called for splendid physical
condition to ivithstand the
tax and strain upon one's
nerves and wind. Like Paul,
my favorite Cigarette is Lucky
No Throat Irritation -No Cough.
1928, The American Tobacco Co.. Inc.