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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1928.
The road crew has been busy dur
ing the past week moving the coun
ty road outfit from Jarman's to a
new camp on Rhea creeK, on me
Wright place at the mouth of Cas
on canyon. The county Is getting
ready to push the work on the
Eight Mile market road, and the
crew is at present grading up Jack
rabbit canyon. Some of the cabins
that were at the Jarmon camp were
placed on the big trailer belonging
to the county, and thus transferred
to the Rhea creek camp. Work on
the new market road will be pushed
this fall, with the ultimate object in
view of having the road in shape by
Dr. A. D. McMurdo and W. W.
Smead returned late Tuesday eve
ning from Mt Vernon, over in
Grant county, where they went a
few days ago to Join Roy Glass
cock in a deer hunt. They pro
ceeded to Bear valley and had good
luck, the doctor getting two bucks
and Mr. Smead one. The hunting
conditions were ideal on this trip.
Ted McMurdo accompanied his fa
ther on the trip.
Walter R. Frits, special agent of
Fire Association of Philadelphia,
was here Monday consulting with
the local agent of the company, F.
W. Turner. This company held in
surance to the amount of $22,600
on the school building at Monu
ment, which was badly damaged by
fire late In the summer. The pay
ment of tills Insurance enabled the
district to replace their equipment.
Charley Cox and Charley Vaughn
got In right after noon on Tuesday,
after a hunt of a week over in the
Uklah section. They bagged two
bucks apiece and feel pretty well
satisfied with their hunt During the
time they were out they made head
quarters at Wm. Allison's, uncle of
R. L. Via, recently of Portland,
arrived in Heppner the end of the
week to take charge of the Patter
son Son drug company as mana
ger. Mr. Via, a registered druggist
of many years experience, is insti
tuting some new policies that he
believes will prove popular with the
Henry Peterson was in town a
short time on Tuesday from the
ranch out in Eight Mile. It did
not rain as much out that way Sun
day night and Monday as it did
around Heppner, but Mr. Peterson
was hopeful that more would fol
low. G. L. Bennett was in the city from
Alpine Tuesday. Out his way the
farmers are still looking for rain,
and a number have not begun seed
ing. John Kilkenny and Hugh O'Rour
ke are Heppner sheepmen In Port
land this week.
I. R. Roblson, lone garageman,
was in the city for awhile Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Huston and son
were Eight Mile people in the city
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskins have
about completed the new residence
on their Rhea creek property. They
own the place that was for so many
years the home of the late J. J. Ad-
kins, and now that the new house
Is up and the old one moved the ap
pearance of the place has been
much changed. The new house con
tains six rooms, has basement and
is quite modern In every way.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hlatt returned
the first of the week after an ab
sence of some ten days, during
which time they enjoyed a visit at
the home of Mr. Hiatt's parents in
Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. Hlatt
took in the sessions of the K. of P.
grand lodge at Salem as a delegate
from Doric lodge No. 20 of this city.
They also visited at Portland.
'Edward A. Lindeken, extensive
tractor farmer of the lone vicinity,
was smiling when in town Monday
because of the fine rain that had
just hit his district along with the
rest of the county. Most of his
seeding is done and he will finish
just as soon as the top of the
ground dries out a bit
Mrs. Fannie Rood returned to
her Portland home the end of the
week, after spending several days
here looking after business inter
ests. She was accompanied to the
city by John Hayes, who had been
visiting at the home of his son, Joe
Hayes, on Big Butter creek.
Cecil Lieuallen and wife have
been in the city for several days
this week. Mr. Lieuallen recently
purchased the Ed Kellogg place on
Rhea creek, and we understand h
will stock it with milk cows, and
it will be run by his father, Frank
Leiuallen, now of Hood River.
The new farm home of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Jones on the Heppner
Flat place, is rapidly nearing com
pletion. This dwlling is of hollow
tile' construction, has full basement
and is in every way modern and
presents quite an Imposing appear
ance from the highway.
Services were conducted at the
Catholic church in this city on Sun
day by Bishop McGrath of Baker,
In the absence of the pastor, Rev.
Thomas J. Brady, who was ill.
Frank Hale of Hamilton, who re
cently underwent a serious opera
tion at Heppner hospital, was suf
ficiently recovered to return home
the first of the week.
L. Van Marter, manager of the
Peoples Hradware company was ex
pected home yesterday from a busi
ness trip to Portland.
C. D. Robinson of Lone Rock,
stockman of that section of Gilliam
county, was a visitor at Heppner
W. A. Price, leading Boardman
resident and city recorder of that
place, was here on business Mon
Frank Young, farmer of the low
er Gooseberry section, was attend
ing to business in Heppner on Tues
Cecil Sargent and family of lone
were visitors here on Tuesday.
While Heppner enjoyed a good rain
the first of the week, Mr. Sargent
states that it was very light in the
Edward Rlctmann and family
were visitors in this city on Tues
day from their home north of lone.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation for the
kindly help and sympathy extended
on every hand at the time of our
recent bereavement, and for the
many beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. J. A. Patterson,
B. R. Patterson,
Mrs. Melba Amort.
For Sale Shire stallions and
mares; prize winners at all the
leading eastern fairs. Will be at
Pacific International barns from
Oct. 15 until Nov. 12, 1928. Visitors
welcome, inspection invited. RALPH
M. FOGLEMAN, Callender, Iowa
Present address care of O. M. Plum-
mer, General Manager Pacific Int'l.,
Portland, Ore. 31-33.
SHEEP FOB SALE.
Will sell one to four cars full
mouth ewes, bred to Hamp bucks
for February lambing, or one to
four cars aged ewes, same breed'
ing. Priced right Also about 100
small mixed black faced lambs. Al
so will sell 30 head registered two-
year-old Delaine rams. Tom Boy
len, Jr., Echo, Ore. 29-31.
Baldwin's Furniture Exchange,
Just received, a large assortment
of cheneal rugs, all fast colors. We
handle the Armstrong Quaker felt
rugs and floor coverings. A big as
sortment of mattresses and beds.
Peerles built-in cabinets a specialty.
Come and look 'em over. 30tf.
FOR SALE Select seed rye, Ro
sen and Fall, from premium seed.
J. Frank Spinning, phone 51, Echo,
GOLD SEAL Congollum Sale Oct
1 to 6. ugs and yard goods extra
special. Case Furniture Co.
FOR SALE Chester White brood
sows and pigs; also good yearling
Rhode Island Red roosters out of
28T trap-nested hens. Ralph But
ler, Heppner. 29-tf.
house, with fence,
Inquire this of-
For Sale 10 acres under ditch on
Boardman project; 30 acres leveled
and seeded; rabbit fenced; small
house; known as Anderson place.
$2200, part cash, balance terms. A.
S. Anderson, 151 E. 21st St, N.,
Portland, Ore. 27-9
FORD TOURING Looks fine,
runs fine, good tires. Many thous
and unused miles in this car. Very
cheap. HEPPNER GARAGE.
For Sale 7-room modern house,
shade and fruit trees, also berry
bushes; other adjoining lots for
sale. Cash or terms. Elizabeth
Smith state. 22tf.
Ranch to lease or for sale 1000
acres, nlentv water. Erood orchard,
barn, comfortable house. D. E. Gil
man, Heppner. 22tf.
BE PREPARED FOR JACK
FROST AND DECEMBER WIND.
We have the glass for your broken
windows and the parlor furnace to
make your home cozy inside. Case
For Sale Poland China pigs, all
sizes. J. G. Barratt 27tf
or 5-room furnished
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Dry Goods & Shoes
$12.50 16-inch Shoes : .....$11.00
$5.50 6-inch Shoes $4.95
5.75 6-inch Shoes $5.00
$4.75 Shoes $3.73
10 Off On
MEN's WOOLEN SOX, UNDERWEAR,
WOOL SHIRTS, BLAZERS, LEATHER
COATS, COMFORTS AND BLANKETS.
$4.35 Fancy Sweaters at ........$3.00
Let me figure on your Grocery Orders.
Everything selling at a reduced price
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The Fire Alarm!
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gine clangs into the neighborhood. Evryone is alarmed
until the location of the Are is learned.
Then, those at a safe distance breathe a sigh of relief,
and only the close neighbors continue to be concerned.
But the next Are in your vicinity may be nearer to your
home so near as to endanger your own property. On that
day, or night, adequate insurance in a good company Is
worth far more than it possibly can cost
Let us plan full coverage for you.
F. W. Turner & Co.
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Convenience urges an
Just as you appreciate running water in more than
one room in the house, so you would appreciate an
extension telephone. Its
cost is only a few cents a
day; its convenience is
great, and sometimes it
is even a factor in guard
ing the tafety of your
This home of two stor
ies has its main telephone
in the dining room and
an extension in the owner's bedroom.
An extension in the
owner's bedroom is con
venient for the house
wife by day, and makes
the telephone readily
available by night.
The cost Is very small.
Call our business office
and say "I want an ex-
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When that phone order
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In the city you get it on the
very first delivery. That's why
we say "Quality Service"
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1 yd.tMt doth 12 ktnJkerthiefi I tUp 4 napkins
she used the new Thor Rotary Iron
Acre of flat work - how Mn.
H. H. dreaded their ironing!
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Bat now, only half hour
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