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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES,
HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1929
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A postal received this week by
Mrs. R. W. Turner from her hus
band, was written at Monte Carlo,
Europe, under the date of January
24. Mr. Turner made no attempt
at describing the very Interesting
places he has visited since landing
on the continent, reserving that un
til he has returned home. He did
remark, however, that Monte Carlo
Is very Interesting and the scenery
there Is said to be the most magni
ficent In Europe. Here he visited
the Oceanograph museum, the Ca
thedral and the Casino, and many
other of the wonders of that part
of the world. He Is still enjoying
the best of health.
Not being able to make It to town
very well in the car, Lawrence Red
ding reverted to the more ancient
mode of travel, hitching a span of
mules to the sleigh and made the
trip In good shape on Tuesday, re
turning home Wednesday morning.
Mr. Redding states that he will dis
pose of his horse and mule equip
ment on the farm and is now going
In for tractor farming, having pur
chased a machine just recently.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahoney ar
rived home on Saturday from Phoe
nix, Arizona, where they had been
while Mr. Mahoney was attending
the meeting of the National Wool
growers association. They had . a
very pleasant Journey, considering
the time of year, and the weather
conditions were fine at the conven
tion city. Returning, Mr. and Mrs.
Mahoney spent several days with
friends at Los Angeles.
The weather has been extremely
cold in the Hardman vicinity for
the past two weeks, and the snow
is deep up that way, is the report
of Lotus Robison, who has been
making trips this week to Hcppner
and taking out feed on a pair of
bob sleds. To date stock has been
getting along well, and most of the
people up that way have plenty of
On tomorrow evening, Friday, the
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will
will hold a get-together meeting,
being entertained by the Heppner
lodges. There will be a pot luck
supper and it is requested that each
member bring something in their
basket to contribute to the fetid.
An Interesting program will also be
John Wightman departed for
Portland on Friday night to be
with his daughter, Annie, who came
from Corvallis. Miss Wightman
had been suffering recently from
Injuries received a number of
months ago when hurt by a fall
from a horse, and Mr. Wightman
is having her treated by specialists
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adklns are
the proud parents of an 8-pound
son, born on the anniversary of
Lincoln's birthday, February 12,
whom they have named Abraham.
Mother and babe are reported to be
doing nicely, and Albert is mighty
tickled that Mr. Stork picked him
Martin Stewart is rapidly conval
escing from a serious Illness that
prevented him from attending to
his lambing duties for two weeks
at the Wm. Pedro ranch near Cecil.
Claude Knowles is now filling the
position of part-time head chef at
the Currln and Barr lunch counter.
B. H. Peck spent a few hours In
the city on Monday from his wheat
farm near Lexington. Mr. Peck
had a quantity of good wheat straw
to dispose of for feed and the con
tinued cold weather has created a
demand for the most of it by stock
men who could reach his feed lots.
Egbert Young was able to make
It to town from his Eight Mile
farm on Saturday. Its either come
by sleigh, horseback or a foot from
out that way these days, as there
is not much chance to drag a car
through the deep snow and over
Raymond Ferguson and Al Berg
strom of Ferguson Chevrolet com
pany, departed on Wednesday for
Portland where they are attending
the meeting of Chevrolet execu
tives and dealers being held there
today. They expect to return to
morrow. Elmer Hake, who was seriously
Injured in an automobile accident
more than a month ago, is now able
to be about after having been con
fined during the interim. Though
his head is still bandaged he Is re
ported well out of danger.
The Women's Missionary society
of the Methodist church will meet
next Tuesday afternoon in the
church parlors, at 2:30. Mrs. C. W.
Smith will have charge of the pro
gram, the subject of which will be
B. F. Swaggart, pioneer stockman
and farmer of Swaggart buttes,
made the trip to town Tuesday on
Constance King, New Vork night
dub dancer, took a nap and missed a
heavy date with former Crown Prince
Ernest of Saxony. Unlike the story,
the Prince did not wait to awaken
The newly elected and appointed
officers of Ruth Chapter No. 32, O.
hj. S., officiated at the regular meet
ing on Friday evening, when four
candidates received the degrees of
the order. The work was put on In
a very efficient manner. Under
good of the order" a short pro
gram was rendered, Miss Gladys
Benge giving a couple of readings
and Miss Kate Ede rendering two
vocal solos, with Mrs. Raymond
Ferguson at the piano. Light re
freshments of pie and coffee were
served at the close of the session.
A. H. Nelson, who farms north of
Lexington, believes growing crops
will be greatly benefitted by the
heavy snow providing it does not
go off too rapidly. Mr. Nelson was
a Heppner business visitor Monday.
Frank Shively, proprietor of the
Shively blacksmith shop, departed
by stage Sunday for St Martins
springs where he will undergo
treatment for lumbago. He expected
to be gone a week.
John Turley got in Saturday from
Coburg, Oregon, where he has been
spending the most of the winter.
He expects to be here during the
spring and summer months, work
ing with sheep.
E. A. Lindeken and brother-in-law,
R. O. Stone, were Heppner vis
itors Saturday from the Lindeken
farm near lone. Mr. and Mrs. Stone
arrived in Morrow county recently
Noah Pettyjohn, who milks a
bunch of cows in connection with
his wheat farmine activities, was
transacting business in the city
Tuesday from Morgan.
Burton H. Peck of Social Ridge
had little complaint to make of the
present winter weather when in
town Monday, except to note the in
conveniences of travel.
Dr. Clarke of Portland, EYE
SIGHT SPECIALIST, in Heppner,
Sunday, Feb. 24th, at Hotel Hepp
ner. Consult him about your eyes.
Katherine Thompson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thompson,
was ill for several days this week,
suffering ptomaine poisoning.
Mat Halvorsen, wheatraiser from
the lone section, was transacting
business in the city yesterday.
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ning, Sunday, February 24th, at the
Hotel Heppner. SEE HIM ABOUT
YOUR EYES. 84-9.
Wanted Work by man and wife
on farm; woman experienced cook,
man has tractor experience. R. O.
Stone, care Ed Lindeken, lone. tf.
For Sale 50 tons alfalfa hay at
Boardman. See Alex Wilson, Hepp
Wanted Work by man and wife
on sheep ranch during lambing sea
son. Call this office. 48-49p.
Suzanne Lenglen, famous tennis
player, and Baldwin M. Baldwin
ert t - i : r t ., '
who is reported to,be about to weci
Martin Lovgren, Eight Mile
wheatraiser, was a business visitor
in the city Tuesday.
Harvey Miller, north Lexington
wheatraiser, was In the city Tues
"May I ask," said the Interviewer,
"why you paint none but nudes?"
"Certainly," replied the painter.
"The styles change so rapidly in
clothing that a picture would be out
of date almost before the paint is
"While I do not positively assert
that Jones Is a dishonest man,"
said Jones' acquaintance, "I strong
ly recommend people who shake
hands with him to count their fin
gers carefully when he leaves go."
At the Musicale
"What a marvellous strain that
is!" said the musical genius.
"Yes," said the unappreciative, "I
too feel It."
Parson "Brother Jones, does
your daughter trust In God?"
Brother J. "She must judging
from the company she keeps."
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optical
Co., 202 and 203 Merhants Trust
Bldg., 6th and Wash. Sts., Portland,
Ore., EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS,
will be in Heppner all day and eve-
Cummings & Witcraft
U. 8. L BATTERY SALES
Complete Battery Service
Recharge Rental Repair
Rose Gallagher, New York actress,
is the bride of George Loft. Jr.. Ihe
son of the Candy King, and a noted
Local and Long
The new styles and fabrics for Spring and Sum
mer are here from
Wonderful woolens in patterns of indescribable
beauty. Weaves that combine distinctiveness
A showing worthy of your personal inspection
as low as SUIT-TOPCOAT and up to
?30 TAILORED-TO-ORDER $
F. W. Turner & Co.
GENERAL INSURANCE AND
WHET AND GRAIN
Wanted Job sheepherding or
light chores. Inquire P.O. Box 402,
Farmers and ranchmen, we want
your stock hogs, fat hogs, chickens,
turkeys or other poultry, veal or
beef. Come and see us when you
have anything in this line to dis
pose of; we pay all the market af
fords and can use your produce.
46-tf. CENTRAL MARKET, Hepp
4ft-tf. Central Market, Heppner.
Straw for Sale Lexington, 5F32.
LOST A fountain pen, without
cap; red and containing red ink.
Finder please leave at Ferguson
Chevrolet company garage and re
ceive reward. 47
For Sale 65 tons bulk, choice
Turkey Red straw. Feed racks and
water piped into feed lot B. H.
Peck, Lexington, Ore. 46-tf.
Come to Harry Rood ranch, 6
miles west of Heppner, one brown
mule branded F with bar under on
left stifle, small white collar mark
under neck. Kindly call and pay
for this ad and take your mule.
Jess Hall. 45-tf.
I have for sale a new Pontiac
Six car. For particulars inquire of
Mrs. Geo. Aiken, city. 41tf.
For Sale Horses, chain harness,
collars, hitches and hitch timber.
Also John Deere tractor and three
Oliver plows, three bottom, No. 40.
Will trade for anything I can use.
John Michelbook, lone, Ore. 44tf.
B'or Sale Three 3-bottom Oliver
plows; used hardwood hitch and
doubletrees. Good bargains. Gor
ger Eros., lone, Oregon. 44-47.
Wanted: Millions of Jack Rabbit,
domestic rabbit, and other raw
furs. Highest prices. Valcauda Fur
Co., 2131 Western Ave., Seattle. 42-5
For Sale Creek ranch of 800
acres; creek bottom under ditch;
nearly all place fenced sheep-tight;
comfortable buildings with running
water in house; small orchard. D.
B. Gilman, Heppner, Ore. 38tf.
Before buying that new separator, come and
see us. We are exclusive dealers in DE LA
VAL SEPARATORS-Separators that have
stood the test for 51 years. We give you a
liberal allowance for your old separator.
MORROW COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
W. C. COX, Manager
The Landautet Smdan, $1375 v Body by TUher
Bumper and Wire Wheel Equipment Lxtra
Its New and Original Style
There's no argument anywhere. Everybody
agrees. All unite in praising the appearance of
the New All-American . . . Its colors and con
tours and distinguished style . . . And there
are many who go even further. The many who
have driven this great new car. They enthuse
over Its pulse-stirring performance. Over its
glorious power, acceleration and speed . . . un
matched in any other car offered at such
Price IM to $1S?S, f. o. b. factory, plut delivery charges. Lovejoy
Hydraulic Shoek Abtorber and print covert included in lUt price.
Bumper and rear fender guard extra. Check Oakland delivered
price they include loweet handling charge. General Motor
Time Payment Plan available at minthxum rate.
FERGUSON MOTOR CO.
Nearly every successful man can
say: "My hardest job was the care
ful saving that accumulated my first
And is wasn't this first thousand
that brought him success. Don't get
that idea. It wasn't that at all. It
was due to the SAVING habit form
ed while accumulating his first nest
egg. Learn to take care of your dol
lars. Place them in our Bank where
they will be safe. You are then fair
ly on the road to financial success.
Firt National Bank
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