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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1928.
J. B. Huddleston and sister, Miss
Bess Huddleston, left for their Lone
Reck home Saturday night after a
visit of a couple of days with Hepp
ner friends. On arriving home they
learned that their sheep range in
Rough canyon and on the Morphine
ranch south of Parkers Mill was
afire. It necessitated some lively
action on the part of Mr. Huddles
ton and his men to get the sheep in
the clear, and Mr. Huddleston took
charge of combatting the flames un
til the forest officials could get or
ganized. A crew of 25 men was put
on the Are by the federal men Sun
day. Half of Mr. Huddleston's sum
mer range had been consumed by
From the "60 Years Ago" column
in Tuesday's Oregonian, we learn:
"J. W. Reddington and Frank Par
ker, two of General Grant's scouts,
arrive at Malheur City with dis
patches. They rode all night, mak
ing 70 miles in seven hours." Red
dington is remembered by pioneers
here as one of the early editors of
the Heppner Gazette, while Col.
Parker was the founder and editor
for many years of the Walla Walla
Stanley McCoy of Burley, Idaho,
and niece, Miss Marie McCoy of
Eskrldge, Kansas, completed a visit
last week at the home of Mr. Mc
Coy's sister, Mrs. M. L. Oney of this
city, leaving by way of Portland for
their various homes. This was the
first time Mrs. Oney had seen her
niece, now 21 years of age, and she
enjoyed the visit very much. It was
Miss McCoy's first trip west
Lotus Roblson was down from
Hardman on Monday. For many
years Mr. Roblson engaged In the
cattle business, but last season he
sold out all his cattle and is now
running sheep, having about 1100
head of ewes. He is making de
livery here of some more lambs for
eastern shipment this week.
Edward A. Llndeken, tractor far
mer of the lone section, was doing
business In the city Wednesday
morning. He narrowly escaped hav
ing a field of wheat catch fire fol
lowing the electrical storm of last
Thursday. The grass on the edges
of the field caught but was discov
ered before the fire got under way.
W. P. Mahoney and Walter
Moore, vice-president and cashier
repectlvely of the First National
bank, made a personal tour of In
pection of part of the forest fire
area Sunday, visiting the Morphine
fire and Tupper ranger station, and
returning by way of Ditch creek.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clark return
ed home the end of the week from
Canadian points. Mrs. Clark meet
ing Mr. Clark there on his return
from Montana where he finished the
shearing season. They departed
again Monday for California on a
Bernie Gaunt who finished the
sheep shearing season In Montana,
returned home the end of the week.
He reports a very rainy season
there that delayed clipping of the
woolles considerably. It took 28
men in one crew 42 days to shear
Miss Luola Benge arrived home
Sunday morning from Eugene
where she has been a student the
past year at the U. of O., attending
the summer session following the
close of the regular school year.
Phillip Mahoney returned home
Saturday from Seattle where he at
tended summer school at the U. of
W. following the close of the regu
lar term. He has been engaged In
hauling firefighters this week.
Dr. A. D. MeMurdo attended the
meeting of the Eastern Oregon
Medical association at La Grande
Saturday, going over in the morning
and returning in the evening.
W. L. Copenhaver was a Heppner
business visitor Tuesday morning
from his Sand Hollow farm where
he is in the midst of his wheat harvest.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady, Pastor.
Next Sunday will be the first Sun
day of the month of August, and
the tenth after Pentecost. There
will be mass in the church at 7:30
sharp, preceded by confessions, Ben
ediction of the Blessed Sacrament
Holy Communion and the blessing
of the people. After the mass the
pastor will go to Lena, where he
will say a second mass in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Brosnan at
On next Sunday the Vacation
Sunday school will open In the par
ish rectory, after the mass. All
children who have attained the age
of seven years and who have not
made their first Holy Communion
will be expected to attend this sum
mer school in Christian Doctrine.
The pastor will preside over the
classes aided by ladies of the con-
GILLIAM & BJSBEE
Call and see the IN
BINE. See it in action,
examine it thoroughly
for any imperfections.
We ourselves can't find
Our stock McCormick
Deering Mowers, Rakes
and Binders is on dis
play for inspection or
criticism. We believe we
have got the best in that
We have a full stock
of Single Trees, Lead
Don't forget the poul
try supplies. Dr. Hess'
Panacea for chicks as
well as Stock Tonic and
Sheep camp supplies
of all kinds.
Chaa. Alllnger departed from lone
on Sunday night's train, his destin
ation being the place of his nativ
ity In southern Indiana. He ex
pects to be gone for some time and
may visit other states before re
turning home, having an urge to see
parts of Florida and Missouri where
he resided in former years.
C. W. Lieuallen of Walla Walla
arrived at the home of his sister,
Mrs. John Padberg, last Thursday
for a visit of a few days, depart
ing Tuesday morning.
The funniest thing on four feet,
Chas. Murray and Chester Conklln
in "McFadden's Flats," Star Theater
Sunday and Monday.
J. B. Huddleston laid off fire fight
ing for a while Tuesday and with
his sister, Miss Bess Huddleston,
made a hurried trip to town on bus
Vawter Parker returned home on
Friday from Vancouver where he
attended the summer training camp
of the R. O. T. C. as a cadet officer.
George Bleakman, county com
missioner, has been assisting In
combatting the forest fires In south
Morrow county since Friday.
Dr. F. E. Farrlor returned Sun
day from Portland where he took a
week a work In a special course in
There are more laughs than
bricks in "McFadden's Flats," Star
Theater, Sunday and Monday.
Chas. Murray and Chester Conk
lln in "McFadden's Flats" Star The
ater, Sunday and Monday.
Ira McConkle, sheepman of Spray,
was transacting business in Hepp
RJch .whaiesomt milk. Drink all yu
want. It's good for yon.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy.
WIG HTM AN BROS., Props.
gregation. Each morning there will
be mass In the church at 7 at which
all will assist Mass will be fol
lowed by a recreation of two hours,
until 9 o'clock when actual classes
will begin. Recreation will also
hold between noon each day and
one o'clock, when classes resume
until 4 in the afternoon. First Com
munion will take place on August
19th, each child going to Holy Com
munion at the altar accompanied by
parents and brothers and sisters.
August 19th will also be Children's
Day in the church, at which all
children in the parish will be sol
emnly blessed and dedicated unto
God. The pastor will preach a short
sermon upon the text: "This Child
is set for the rise and fall of many."
The blessing of children will take
place during the mass which on
August 19th will be at 7 o'clock.
There will be no second mass any
where in the parish on that day.
Next Friday will be the first Fri
day of the month of August and
there will be mass at 7 preceded by
confessions. A Novena in honor of
St. John Baptist Marie Vianney
which started on Tuesday of the
current week will be continued each
morning, consisting of mass, pray
ers, veneration of the relic of the
saint, and Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament This novena will
close on Thursday, August 9th, af
ter the mass at 7.
The Northwest Association of
Sheriffs and Police will hold the
eighth International Anti-Crime
Conference at Boise, Idaho, August
16, 17 and 18. The officers of the
association are making strenuous
efforts to secure the attendance of a
large number of law enforcement
officials at the conference.
The governors of the several
states, all sheriffs, police officers,
district attorneys, circuit judges,
mayors, city attorneys, and other
law enforcement officers are enti
tled to membership in the confer
ence. Some able judges will be on the
program. There will be lectures by
expert criminologists. Many plans
for combatting crime will be dis
cussed. The matter of criminal pro
cedure will also receive consider
We are hoping to have 125 officers
from Oregon in attendnace. Those
who may be planning a trip to the
On these hot
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either going or coming. The citi
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the delegates a royal good time.
8. E. NOTSON,
McFadden's Flats, the House that
Laughs Built, Star Theater, Sun
day and Monday.
Rambouillet Bucks For Sale
Thoroughbreds from the Bullard
Farm at Woodland, Calif. See them
at F. 8. Parker ranch, Heppner.
man Piano Store, Salem, Ore., for
FOR SALE 4300 1- and 2-yr.-old
Rambouillet ewes. For further in
formation see A S. Boyd, Baker, or
Sid Scale, Condon, Ore. 18-21
FOR SALE 1 New Majestic
range. Eph Eskelson, Heppner. 21
FOR SALE 600 head fine year
ling ewes. Gene Newman, Gwen
dolen, Ore. 18-21
FOR SALE Ford touring car.
Inquire at Heppner Bakery. 20.
LOST Pair of glasses in leather
case. Reward. Inquire this office.
Nice quiet room for rent Phone
WANTED! Ambitious, Industri
ous person to make sales of $150 to
$600 a month or more introducing
and supplying the demand for Raw-
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Harlcy 74 with big side car. Cheap
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Beautiful niano near TTennnpr
must sell Immediately. $10 per
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AT BALDWIN'S EXCHANGE.
We have a few more 2nd hand
ranges, sewing machines, beds and
springs. A good supply of new and
2nd hand furniture always on hand.
This Is the place to buy your floor
covering: linoleum rugs, or by the
yard. Kitchen built-in cabinets a
LOST 1 bay mule branded bar
F on left side; 1 buckskin mule,
branded HFJ connected on shoul
der. H. L. HOLBOKE. 15tf.
Strayed ' to my ranch, 2 saddle
horses one bay gelding, curly mane
and hair on legs; one white mare,
brand C. R. John Michelbook, lone,
FOR SALE Good, young milk
cows, Jerseys. L. E. Reaney, Lex
ington, Ore. 12-tf.
FOR SALE Pair Chippewa high
top shoes; heavy; size 7. Inquire
this office. lltf.
For Sale Direct from grower
Red raspberries, $2.35; blackberries
$2.50; logans, $2.10, postpaid. Send
check with order, no C. O. Ds.
Ready about July 1st R. S. LUD
LOW, R. 2, Box 91, Estacada, Ore.
For Sale John Deere tractor;
only plowed 600 acres; like new.
John Michelbook, lone, Ore. 12tf.
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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
Nothing Is more "catching" than fire. No one knows
when and where It will break out Nor how long a course
it may run.
Communicated fires are responsible for a large share of
the enormous total annual fire-loss. And the innocent suf
fer along with the careless.
Your final protection against monetary damage by such
fires is adequate insurance In a good, sound company. We
can furnish it
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