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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1929
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Is the Best Booster that a Firm Can Have
Dependable JOHN DEERE FARM
EQUIPMENT makes friends because
it does the work it is built to do, effi
ciently, economically, and best of all,
continues to do so season after season.
We are pleased to list for you the following owners of JOHN
DEERE TRACTORS, sold by the PEOPLES HARDWARE
COMPANY during the past year. We request that you ques
tion these owners as to their experience with the John Deere
Tractor, and their opinion of its worth to them.
J. 0. KINCAID
F. E. EVERSON
L B. LEADBETTER
SWANSON & DICK
C. J. ANDERSON
F. W. TURNER
The JOHN DEERE TRACTOR will
farm your lands at a cheaper cost to
you than you have ever farmed it, and
will continue to do so year after year,
with a small cost.
Come in and inspect our line of John Deere Farm Equipment.
Two year terms are extended to responsible parties in purchasing a John Deere Tractor
PEOPLES HARDWARE CO
THE HOME OF UP-TO-DATE FARM EQUIPMENT
PIANIST HTBT IX WRECK.
George Lind, piano accompanist
for the Pendleton Elks minstrel
show, was the victim of an auto ac
cident Thursday evening when on
the way to Heppner, which put him
under a serious handicap in carry
ing out his part of the perform
ance. Mr. Lind was in the car
driven by Elmer Duncan, in com
pany with Max Manning, the latter
gentlemen also from Pendleton. The
accident occurred near the slaugh
ter house just east of town on the
O.-W. highway, when the Duncan
car, driven at a high rate of speed,
swiped fenders with the car driven
by Mrs. W. P. Mahoney, putting the
Duncan car in the ditch. Mrs. Ma
honey was exonerated from all
blame, and all parties escaped un
injured with the exception of Mr.
Lind, whose right hand was smash
ed and who was shaken up gener
ally. Mr. Lind, however, came on
to town in company with Jean Bil
lew, director of the show, and play
ed the acompaniment with his good
ed over for a day to visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Humphreys.
Albert Adkins visited Walla Walla
the first of the week for the purpose
of a medical examination. Mr. Ad
kins has been in poor health for
some time past, suffering with stom
Attorney C. L. Sweek and family
returned on Tuesday evening from
Portland, where they spent the
week-end, Mr. Sweek being called
to the city on business.
George Ritchie, proprietor of Ho
tel lone, was a business visitor in
this city on Monday afternoon.
Frank Engleman, lone hardware
dealer, was attending to business
affairs in Heppner on Monday.
ALEX GREENS SURPRISED.
A number of the neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Green worked a com
plete surprise on them at their
home Friday evening, when they
came In for a "housewarming." The
Greens had but recently finished
working over their residence, which
they have completely modernized,
and the near neighbors felt it was
an appropriate time to give them
a friendly call. The guests brought
refreshments of sandwiches, cake
and coffee, and the evening was
very pleasantly spent playing "Pitt."
The guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Huston, Mr. and Mrs. G.
E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lln
ingcr, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bryant
and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Not
son, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Devln, Rev. F. R.
Spaulding, Mrs. Pat Curran and lit
tle daughter, Mrs. George McDuffee,
Alva Janet McDuffee, Mrs. Mattie
Adkins, Mary Eleanor Adkins, Mrs.
Alex Gibb, Mrs. L. W. Briggs, Miss
Opal Briggs, Miss Kate Ede, Miss
BIG OYSTER SUPPER.
The Young Peoples Service league
of the Episcopal church will give
an oyster supper in the parish
house, Friday, March 22, from 6 to
8 o'clock. Everyone who went to
their supper last year and appre
ciated the good eats, tell your
friends to be sure and be there on
v u nonhnn nf Portland, Mrs.
M. B. Cutton of Yakima, and Joe
Trmunrrt HrnvP 1111 from Portland to
attend the burial of Mrs. Fannie
Rood. Mrs. Catton is a sister-in-law
r,f Mr Rood's while Mr. Deshon
was associated with her in business
in Portland. The lad, Joe Howard,
his hnmo with her for a num
ber of years. Others coming to
ii tha hurial were Fred
Rood and his daughter, Mrs. Oscar
Humburg of Hlllsboro, who remaln-
A. A. McCabe, Rhea creek wheat-
raiser, was looking after business
affairs in Heppner on Monday.
ABIE'S IRISH ROSE, Star The-
ater, Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ferguson de-
parted for Portland Sunday for
visit of a few days in the city.
F. A. McMenamin, Portland at
torney, was in the city on business
Talkie picture ooming, see Star
Theater ad this week.
FOR SALE Electric washing
machine, in good shape; price very
reasonable. Telephone 803, or write
Box 445, City. 52p.
For Sale Alfalfa seed, common
machine run, 15c lb. Mail orders
properly cared for. L. G. Smith,
For Sale Thoroughbred German
police pups. Mrs. Werner Rietmann,
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to take this method of
expressing our sincere thanks to all
who so kindly assisted in every way
during the death and burial of our
beloved wife, mother and daughter,
Mrs. Ollie Schrlver.
Wayne Schriver and Carol,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cox.
Plans Completed for
State Dairying Meet
When representatives of the Ore
gon dairy industry gather at the
state college campus at Corvallls for
the big conference March 21 and
22, much new information, especial
ly on market3, grades and stand
ards, will have been assembled for
use of the delegates In arriving at
plans for sane development of the
state as a greater dairy center.
The committees on marketing and
on grades and standards have been
combined under the leadership of
A. E. Engbretson, director of the
Lower Columbia Dairymen's asso
ciation who is being assisted in pre
liminary work by George O. Gatlin,
R. H. Klpp, W. A. Schoenfeld and
E. S. Larrabee, specialists of the
college, the Portland Chamber of
Commerce and the federal depart
ment of agriculture.
Delegates from every county in
the state have been named, indi
cating that the coming meeting will
be the most representative of any
similar conference In the state.
Most of the delegates will be actual
Our stock of Implements
Oliver and P. & 0. Gang
Plows from $190 to $90.
Spring Tooth and Pig
Disc Harrows at Whole
Without question the best
Investigate the 15-30
Lead Bars, Single Trees,
Clevises, Plow Shares, etc.
We have it, will get it, or
it is not made.
The New Spring Shades
to Arrive Soon!
Making a full and
complete line of
for both men and
The quality of
these, too, is
dairymen, though creamerymen
and various public bodies as well as
state farmers' organizations will
also be represented.
Lewis-Sonncberg Wrestling Match
Star Theater, Thursday-Friday.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department nf the Interior. V. B.
Land Oillce at The Dalles, Oregon, Mar.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Bercia
Wavel Wilkinson, whose post-office ad
dress is Heppner, Oregon, did, on the
3rd day of December. 1925, (lie In this
office Sworn Statement and Application
No. 024966, to purcha.se the SWtSEkj.
Section 5, Township 4 South, Range 28
East. Willamette Meridian, and the tim
ber thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June 3, 1878, and acts amenda
tory, known as the "Timber and Stone
Law." at such value as might be fixed
by appraisement, and that, pursuant to
such application, the land and timber
thereon have been appraised. One hun
dred thirty-live dollars, the timber es
timated 50 M board feet at $1.50 per M.
and the land SGO.00: that said applicant
will offer final proof in support of his
application and sworn statement on the
aist any oi may, lazs. Deiore uay ju.
Anderson. United States Commissioner,
at Heppner, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before patent Is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facts which would
defeat the entry.
J. W. DONNELLY, Register.
Mar. 14-Muy 16.
LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK !
Seiberling Tire Prices
29x4.40 Seiberling Arrowhead $ 6.44
30x3 Yz CI. Seiberling Patrician 7.76
PROTECTED FOB ONE TEAS
29x4.40 Seiberling Patrician 9.21
PROTECTED FOB ONE TEAS
30x4.50 Seiberling Patrician 10.09
PROTECTED FOB ONE YEAR
30x3 Vi Seiberling Arrowhead Tube .... 1.15
29x4.40 Seiberling Arrowhead Tube $1.35
"PROTECTED FOB ONE YEAB" means these tires ara fixed
FBEE of charge for ONE YEAB regardless of what the damage Is
to the tire, excepting fire.
COHN AUTO COMPANY
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M. D. CLARK
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY-MONDAY, MAR. 16-18
Ivory Soap, regular size
4 bars for
12 bars for
Serv-us Jell Dessert
3 packages for
2 bottles for
Serv-us Fancy Grape
Fruit, 2's, 2 cans
Serv-us Cane & Maple CO
Syrup, .quart jug lO
Red & White Broken
Grape Fruit, 2's, 2 for
Red & White Solid Pack
Tomatoes, 2V.s, 3 forvAK,
Red & White Golden
Sweet Corn, 2s, 3 for
Citrus Granulated Soap '7Qt
Cream. of Wheat, large APfA
Large package, 2 for