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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1928.
PAGE SEVEN
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S. E. Notaon. pnriiHntrt fnr nnm
Inatlon on the republican ticket for
representative in congress, uoond
Oregon district, departod on Mon
day on his Itinerary of several of
the counties. He wiH accompanied
by W. T. Campbell and expected to
visit umauua, uni'oi, wauciwa,
Baker. Grant. Gilliam. Whonlor nnrt
Wasco counties on this trip. The 18
counties of the second district re
quire a lot or travel to get over, and
Mr. Notson la not aura thnf hn will
be able to make them ail In fact
a few will have to bo loft to his
friends to look arc ir.
The marriage of David Wille
Pearson of Lena and Leatha Calk
ins of Hermiston, was an event of
Monday, April 30. The ceremony
was performed at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Daisy McElroy
in Wallowa, Oregon, the young cou
ple returning on Tuesday to Butter
creek where they will make their
home on the Percy Hughes place
below Lena. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson
were visitors in Heppner on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Curran and
two young sons were visitors at
Hepp'ier yesterday from their home
near Pilot Rock. Mr. Curran re
ports cold weather prevailing there
yet, but looks for this condition to
change. Being in the sheep busi
ness, he states that there is no
complaint as the flockmasters over
his way made good lamblngs and
the wool clip will be excellent
A case settled in the court of Jus
tice Huslon on Saturday was that
of Ed Breslin vs. C. J. and Helen
M. Walker, and arose over an ac
count for fuel sold defendants by
plaintiff. Rainy, Raley & Kilkenny
of Pendleton appeared for Mr.
Breslin and afier hearing the case,
Judge Huston held for the plaintiff.
Bert Mason, lone merchant, was
here on Wednesday and called on
the county court, presenting to that
body for their consideration, a chart
on road construction in the county,
It being a comparison of prices
paid by the state In contrast to
what the county was having to pay.
Mr. Mason had spent some time
in getting this data together.
W. K. Barnett of Lexington was
attending to business here yester
day. He reports the fall sown
grain coming along in excellent
shape, growing all the while1 regard
less of the cold weather, but spring
grain seems to not be faring so
well and needs more warm sun
shine. -
Mrs. John. Skuzeskl and two chil
dren left for Portland on Wednes
day for a visit of a couple of weeks
with relatives in the city. She was
taken as far as The Dalles by Mr,
and Mrs. Jerm O'Connor who drove
to that city for a short visit
One of the strongest American
Fire and Liability insurance com
pany groups desires to appoint an
agent in Heppner with experienced
Insurance man. Unusually liberal
commissions. Write care Gazette
Times.
J. A. Pearson of Lena, who has
been quite ill for the past three
weeks, is still confined to his bed,
though his condition Is somewhat
Improved.
Jas. Ayers and wife of Pine City
were visitors in the city on Wednesday.
COMING TO
The Dalles and Pendleton
MELLEIMTHIIM
SPECIALIST
In Internal Medicine for the
past flftoen 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 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation.
Dr. Mellenthln- 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
ments. 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, Emprie.
- D. G. Horn, Bonanza.
W. C. Helyer, Kent
P. M. Koster, Mt Angel.
Mrs. L. H. Martin, Moro.
Davis Steinon, Allegany.
Fred Shellds, 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 la different
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Adress: 224 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Angeles, California,
The farm home of Gus Llebl, sev
eral miles west of lone, was des
troyed by fire on Wednesday morn
ing of last week. The fire occurred
about breakfast time and spread so
fast that it was Impossible to save
the contents. Mr. I.lnhl vn in i
at the time, a patient at the Morrow
uencrai nospitai, and was not able
to return to the ranch until Sun
day morning. He stated that theie
was no Insurance on the house, and
it was one of the best farm homes
in that part of the county.
Col. C. C. Boone arrived at Hepp
ner on haturduy from the soldier's
home at Roseburg, and expects to
Rpeud a considerable luriouuh In
Morrow county, vbitinar old time
friends. He accompanied his son
Dan, who was cailed her? to attend
to some business, and then return
ed to Roseburg. The Eoon-piopni ty
a lew miles below Le-xintrtt-n was
recently purchased by Bob Wilcox
who owns adjoining lands.
Harold Dcbyns, government trnu-
per from the office of Stanley Jew-
ett in Portland, has been spending
some time in Morrow county with
other trappers, helping with the
campaign of coyote extermination.
He was in Heppner a short time
on Tuesday and was on the way
to fortiana to spend a few davs.
wnen ne win liKely return to Mor
low county.
Harry French was in the citv
from Hardman on Tuesday.
thinks that winter will break out
that wfcy pretty soon, at least hi
is hoping this may be the change
in weather conditions to be looked
for. Grass is good, howev: and he
has been quite busy getting In ,ome
80 acres of grain on the Stephens
place near Hardman.
Champion Sheep Raiser
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Sigsbee re
turned home on Friday from an
automobile trip to Dunsmulr, Cal..
where they enjoyed a visit with
their daughter, Miss Bernlce, of
Oakland, who met them there. They
were accompanied from Portland
by Miss Elaine Sigsbee, who return
ed with them to Heppner fofa
short visit
Loyal Parker Is nursing some
very sore fingers, the result of an
accident at uV Frank Parker ranch
on Heppner flat last Friday when
the beam of a plow caught his
hand. The flesh and nails were
torn away from the two middle
fingers on the ltft hand.
Supt Jas. M. Burgess motored to
Portland and other points on Sun
day, spending some three days in
looking up prospective teachers for
the Heppner school. He returned
home Wednesday evening.
Leo Gorger bpent a Bhort time in
the city on Wednesday from the
farm home of Gorger Bros., north
of Lexington. Grain is coming
along well In that part of the
county.
Anson Wright was In from his
Hardman home on Wednesday and
reports the weather conditions out
that way still cold and blustery.
Mel Humphreys, .Eight Mile stock
man and farmer, was a visitor In
Heppner on Monday. .
I I ' if':
old.
Loyal Marqui. fifteen year
of Hickory, Washington County.
fa., who recently won the title of
champion juvenile theep raiier of
the tate-of Pennsylvania. Thi
was awarded at the Pennsylvania
State Farm Product Show at Ha
risburg, whef,the young farmer
exhibited hit pen of Shropshire
Sheep to win V priat.
May Day, Children's
Health Anniversary
Noah Clark and wife of Eight
Mile were visitors In this city on
Saturday.
(From State Board of Health)
May Day Chlid Health Day uses
many means to stimulate interest
in the physical, mental and spiritual
hea th of cMlarei. (The more ways
In which the child health message
can be carried to the people of Ore
gon on this day, the greater hope
for progress of the health depart
ment programs. One of the great
est nopes ot many health officers
is to have the children reach the
standards of physical fitness which
assure normal growth and develop
ment, to use May Day as recog
nition day is, we believe, an effec
tual way of rousing the active In
terest of parents, teachers and all
concerned with the .well-being of
children. May Day as recognition
day products results. We have, for
instance, uie case of one city that
reported one hundred percent den
tal corrections.
For the purpose of using May
Day as recognition day, we are co
operating with state superintend-
ents of education. The require
ments tne cniidren must meet, vary
irom tnose which stress weight
posture, and dental corrections to
those which include the correction
of defects in eyes, ears, teeth and
nutrition; the removal of adenoids
and tr nsiis, and which add postuie,
mmuuzatlon, good health habits
and birth registration. Whatever
the exact, from of the requirements.
May Day is the strategic moment
to give recognition to those chil
dren- or gioups of children who
have met them.
All the beauty and pageantry of
May Day celebrations form a splen
did background against which
health ofi'cers may give recognition
to the solid health achievements of
the preceding year.
THE CHILD'S BILL OF RIGHTS.
The ideal to which we should strive
is that there shall be no child in
A Business Man for a BosxncM Office
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HALHOSS
of OREGON CITY, CLACKAMAS COUNTY
' Repuhlican, fof
SECRETARY
of STATE
. . . Experienced and iuccenfulin Lusina
administration.
, . . Former private secretary to Governor
Patterson and member of the state Parole board.
. . . Familiar with work of secretary of state, and
interested in development of Oregon resource.
. . . Endorsed editorially fur this nomination
by 14 daily and 107 weekly newspaper editors,
who recommend Hal Host for efficiency, cou
ttly and ability.
"Hoss it a 11 fellow. He has a shrewd understanding of man
and affairs, knows now to keep tils own counsel, Lnowa how to
carry responsibility, and acts firmly in matters witkin his
authority.". . . . Oregon VoUr
HAVIK TYPOGRAPHY
Hal Hoss for Secretary Cluo, Alene Pliillips, Stcy,, Oregon City
America:
That has not been born under pro
per conditions.
That does not live in hygienic sur
roundings.
That ever suffers from undernour
ishment
That dose not have prompt mid ef
ficient medical attention and in
spection.
Tht does not receive primary in
struction in the elements of hy
giene and good health.
That has not the complete birth
right of a sound mind In a sound
body.
That has the encouragement to ex
press in fullest rneasuee the spirit
within, which la the final endow
ment of every human being.
Herbert Hoover.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Luttrcll of
Newberg, are visitors 'his week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Clark. Mrs. Luttrell and Mrs. Clark
are sisters.
WANTS
LOST Crocker fountain nun no
tween residence of Mrs. Huston,
Galo St, and the postofflce. Maur
ice Edmondson. gn
. FOR SALE Deerine rnmWn, o
foot cut Call A. E. Miller. Lexing
ton, Ore. 6d
Will exchange a few White Lee-
horn hens for Rhode Island Reds.
Mrs. Geo. Moore, city. 2tf
FOR SALE 12 head enrln wnrlr
mules and harness. Gorger Bros.,
Star Rt, Lexington, Ore. 5-6
A 1000-acre stock ranch fnr nolo-
150 acres cultivated. 7 miles north
of Monument $7000. Easy terms.
If interested write or nhnno T M
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, ve.-y cheap, steering
couch, ice box, writing desk, Over
land sedan, 1922. Christiansen, care
B. F. Swaggort, Lexington. 5-6p.
FOB BENT SKOO -ro. aheon
pasture, stock fenced; good grass,
pienty oi snaae ana water. Good
Chance to It A A 2000 ftrrea mnr 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. S-G
FOB SALE Late model all steel
22x36 Case thresher, complete with
bagger, feeder and blower. Guar
anteed in Al condition. A snap at
$300.00. Terms. Peoples Hardware
Co., Heppner, Ore. 4tf.
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 Michelbook,
lone, Ore. 4tf
Angelfoods, one dollar. Mrs. Pe
ter Curran. 6-7p
Dr. Tyler, eyesight specialist of
Bend, will be at Peterson's Jewelry
store, Heppner, Sunday and Mon
day, May 6-7. Comfortable glasses
guaranteed. 6.
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 bay poultry,
beef, pork, mntton.'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.
KILLS insects byoAO
tne roomful
FOB SALE 1923 Case Hillside
Harvester. This machine has cut
small acreage and will be overhaul
ed and be 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.
Tou won't need to wait about that
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
and rugs.
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
For Sale Gentle Shetland pony.
See Fred Lucas, Lexington. 5-7
Use Princess
for the best baking results. A high-patent
flour that you needn't be afraid to use
for cake baking.
Baby Chick Feeds
of the same standard that has given
success in past years.
Brown Warehouse Co.
Phones: Warehouse 643, Residence 644
WHY -
Ship Your Cream to Portland
When You Have a Market
at Home?
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 butter fat
and give honest weights and tests. r We pay
on the 5th and 18th of each month?
Morrow County Creamery Company
W. C. COX, Manager:"
moVNO TRIP TO
nrwra sun m
1 Omaha..."";""":.':; 7:o
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DES MOINES 81. M
ST. LOUIS 81. SO
CHICAGO M.IO
DETROIT lOe.M
CINCINNATI It0.0
CLEVELAND 1U.8S
TORONTO 118.0
ATLANTA lll.es
PITTSBURGH 1J4.0S
WASHINGTON . 14f.se
PHILADELPHIA 14.21
NEW YORK. 151.70
BOSTON...,. Ii7.7
EFFECTIVE MAT SS TO SEPT. SO
1ULTUHN LIMIT OCT. 3It lOSO
Low fares all parts of mid
west, south and east.
Fine fast trains.
Libmral wtopovmrt
!& yoa
to visi'c
Zlon National Park
Grand Canyon Nat'l Pk.
Ysllowston National Pk.
Rocky Mountain Natl Pk.
For Illustrated Booklets, Reserva
tions, and Informatioa, address
Agent named below.
UNJJDN RAG IF
C. DABBEE, Local Agent,
Heppner, Oregon
v .s
II l I -ov 1 -
At iroecra. drutftfiota.
hard ware, department
atoree and Standard Oil
Service Statkma. Packed
im kita (with improved
prayer), pinte, quart.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA Zix&'rZ'-0"7''
THE SUCCESS OF
WILLOW CREEK SPECIAL
DAIRY AND POULTRY FEEDS
is assured by the growing demand for
these products.
YOU CAN SECURE YOUR SUPPLY FROM
Peoples Hardware Company . . Heppner
Independent Warehouse Co. ". Lsexington
c. w. Swanson lone
Heppner Farmers Elevator Company
siii ?!k
&
9P' a NEW HOUSE
Are you dissatisfied with the appearance of your house?
Is it "old fashioned" ugly out of step with the times
or the neighborhood? You can have it remodeled and
improved at small cost. Let us estimate on the ma
terials. We can help you.
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
Vfever
a road too long for
the ALLrAWE-RICANtSIX
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Wherever you may go. From Maine to Cali
fornia. From Canada to the Gulf. The
length and breadth of this great American
continent . . . never a road too long for the
All-American Six.
For, above all else, it's reliable. It's sturdy
... built to endure . . . proved by pitiless
testing on General Motors Proving Ground.
There's long life in every assembly ... in
every vital part. In its big self-adjusting,
self-ventilating clutch ... its smooth
shifting transmission ... its perfectly
matched connecting rod assemblies ... its
deep, rugged frame.
'When you set out in an Ail-American ... no
, matter how far or how fast you may drive . . .
you can be sure of reaching your destination
... in safety, in comfort, on time!
1-IVmt Sedan, $HMSt Lamlau Coup. $t04S( Sport Roaebur,
I075 Phaaton, $IOTlt 4-U.r Ssan. $UiS, CabrioUt. Hliii
Lsndaisdan, illoS. lint Srrin FaitM Six, 17 iS to (75. -Sii
pries mt acrorv. Cfcorli f tkiand-tontiam cbtirororf prieam
tkmy tncludo IoimI hondSW fWpu. t.nwrmi Motor Timm
faymmu Ham sosllabl at minimum ret.
FERGUSON MOTOR CO., Heppner, Or.
I. R. R0BIS0N, lone, Or.
oxsa
aehOymemcan
IsjP PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS
.AND
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