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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1929.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred E. Farrior and
son Freddie were in Heppner Sun
day from their new home at Pen
dleton, visiting friends and arrang
ing for the transfer of house fur
niBhings which they had stored
here. Dr. Farrior U opening a den
tal office in the Inland Empire bank
building In Pendleton and expected
,to start practice In his new field
Charles Marquardt, Lexington
wheatraiser, was looking after bus.
tness here on Wednesday forenoon.
Good rains have visited his part of
the county this week and he reports
that grain has been much benefitted
thereby. In fact, the crop outlook
is improving right along.
Elmer Cool received a badly cut
arm the first of the week when he
fell on the machine while grinding
shearing knives. He had to call on
the doctor to have some stitches
taken In the cut, and was compelled
to lay off work for several days
because or the Injury.
Claude White, farmer from low
er Sand Hollow, was looking after
business In Heppner on Saturday.
He Is feeling pretty good over his
crop outlook this season, and con
ditions out his way have greatly
improved with the advent of warm
Carl Peterson was here on Sat
urday looking after the payment
of taxes. Spring work is about com
pleted at the Peterson farm south
of lone, and the season has been
very good, though a bit cold. The
crop outlook Is Improving In his
Gay M. Anderson and family were
in Portland over the week-end, Gay
taking in a part of the state shoot
on at that time. Returning the
Andersons stopped at Celllo falls
and purchased a large salmon from
the Indians fishing thera.
John Kilkenny, Jr., was visiting
at the home of his parents on Hin
ton creek over the week-end, accom
panying his father to the farmers'
meeting at Alpine Saturday night
John Is a promising young lawyer
It Is reported that Jake Young
suffered a broken rib or two one day
this week when he fell against the
concrete watering trough at his
farm on Eight Mile. A physician
was called from Heppner to attend
The May meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held Thursday, May 16, in
the parlors of the Christian church.
A very interesting program has
been arranged. Come and bring a
friend. Clara Beamer, secretary.
Clyde Sallng, former resident here
arrived from his home at Corvallls
the first of the week. Mr. Sallng
spent the past season at the ranch
of his brother-in-law, C. H. Barthol
omew, on Butter creek.
L. R. Stockman, of Baker, engin
eer for the city water works im
provement, attended the council
meeting Monday evening, returning
Dr. Arthur Craig, dentist, return
ed from Portland on Wednesday.
He spent a day or so In the city on
business the first of the week.
For Sale Guernsey bull. Arnold
Pleper, Lexington, Ore. 7-9.
Rev. F. R. Spauldlng, pastor of
the local Methodist church, was
taken suddenly quite ill on Sunday
evening while he was delivering his
sermon, and had to be carried to
the parsonage near by. During the
winter Mr. Spauldlng suffered with
a spell of Influenza, and from this
he had not entirely recovered,
though feeling quite well for a num
ber of weeks past. We are glad to
note that he was able to be out
again after a day or so.
Otto Ruhl, Lexington wheatraiser,
was a visitor here yesterday. He
has finished with his spring plow
ing, using a tractor to do the work.
Last season Mr. Ruhl was the only
farmer in that part of the county
using a tractor, but it is different
this spring, and there are some
twelve machines besides his at work
on the adjacent farms.
Theodore Anderson has caught
the fishing fever, from all appear
ances, -as he was In town Tuesday
looking over fishing tackle and find
ing out just the proper hooks to use.
We expect to hear some pretty big
fish stories from him when he
comes to town again.
Ruth chapter No. 32, O. E. S.,
meets Friday, May 10. Initiation
and refreshments. Large attend
ance desired. Worthy Matron.
E. E. Clark and Bernie Gaunt ar
rived home this week from Califor
nia, where they have been spending
several weeks shearing sheep.
For Sale Poland China weanling
pigs, $5 each, on Rhea creek, 12
miles from lone. Walter Jepson. 7-8
BUMMONS FOX PUBLICATION.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE Or OREGON. FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Maggie E. Bell, Plaintiff,
Thomas West Coffey and Mrs. T. W.
uoney. also Known as Mrs. A. E.
Coffey, and Millie Ann Francis, and
all other persons unknown or un
named having, or claiming to have
any right, title, estate, lien or Interest
in and to the real property described
In the complaint herein. Defendants.
To Thomas West Coffey. Mrs. T. W.
Coffey, also known as Mrs. A. E. Coffee,
and Millie Ann Francis, and all other
persons unknown or unnamed having,
or claiming to have any right, title,
estate, lien or Interest in and to the
real property described in the complaint
Herein, jjtueuaanis ;
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON. You, and. each of you. are
nereoy required to appear ana answer
the complaint tiled against you in the
above entitled suit, on or before the last
day or lour weeks from the date of
first publication of this summons, said
period of four weeks being the time
firescrioea ior puDication hereof; and
f you so fall to aDnear and Answer
said complaint, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
reuei uemanaea in ner compiamt nere
ln, to-wit: that a decree be entered
adjudicating any and all right, title,
estate, lien or interest which you, or
any of you have, or claim to have, in
and to the real property described as
follows, to-wit: The Southwest quarter
of Section 27, Township 1 South, Range
26 East of Willamette Meridian. Mor
row County. Oregon, and declaring any
and all such claim or claims to be null
and void, and decreeing that the plain
tiff herein Is the owner in fee simple
of said premises and of the whole
thereof, free and clear of any and all
right, title, estate, lien or interest of
the defendants, or either of them, and
that each and all of said defendants,
and each and all persons claiming by,
through or under tnem, or any of them,
and all persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien or
interest In said real property be for
ever enjoined, restrained and barred
from asserting or claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or Interest in or to
said property, or any portion thereof,
and that paintlffa title to said premises
be forever quieted.
This summuns is published by order
of the Hon. Ralph Benge. Judge of the
As darkness deepens, thousands
of hands reach for electric light
switches. There must be light,
and 'immediately there is light.
There can be no failure of com
plete electric service at any hour
of the day or night in the homes,
offices, hospitals and factories of
an American community.
Your power company is prepar
ed for emergencies. The equip
ment for generating and distrib
uting electric light and power
was created for public service.
And every man and woman in
the employ of this utility is train
ed to the ideal of providing the
best light and power service that
can be furnished.
Pacific Power & light Co.
above entitled Court, made and entered
on the 8th day of May, 1929, prescribing
that this summons be served by publi
cation thereof once a week for four con
secutive weeks in the Heppner Gazette
Times, a newspaper published, and of
general circulation, In Morrow County,
and tlrst published May 9,
and last published, June 6,
FRANK A. McMENAMIN,
906-6 Buyers Bldg.,
Attorney fur Plaintiff.
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for
DOES NOT OPERATE
In The Dalles on Monday and
Tuesday, May 20 and 21 at The
And In Pendleton on Wednesday,
May 22, at the Dorlon hotel.
Office hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY IN PENDLETON and
TWO DAYS ONLY IN
No Charge for Consultation
Many in this community will
avail themselves of the opportunity
to visit Dr. Mellenthin on this spe
cial visit to The Dalles and Pen
dleton. The doctor pays special at
tention to the SCIENCE OF IN
TERNAL MEDICINE AND DIET
ETICS. He is trying conscientiously
to eliminate surgery in his treat
ment of disease as far as possible.
He has to his credit many won
derful results In diseases of stom
ach (especially ulcers), glands (es
pecially goitre), ailments of women,
diseases of liver and bowels, as In
fected gall bladder, gall stones, ap
pendicitis, chronic constipation, col
itis, auto-intoxication and rectal
ailments, circulation disturbances
as high or low blood pressure, heart
and blood disorders, skin, nerves,
bladder, kidneys, bed-wetting, weak
lungs, tonsils, adenoids, metabolic
disturbances such as Rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and chronic ca
tarrh. Medicines are prescribed and pre
pared for each individual case in
his private laboratory, also special
attention given to diet as to proper
balance and selection of foods.
For this service a nominal charge
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and
is licensed by the State of Oregon.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Address: 224 Bradbury Bldg., Los
FOR SALE Pure bred Rhode Is
land eggs, from high producing
strain. 75c setting. Ralph Butler,
Cecil, Ore. 6-8
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct. Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Btf.
For Sale Bronze turkev eecs.
25c each. Mrs. Wm. McCarty, Echo,
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.
E. Oilman, Heppner, Ore. 38tf.
For Sale Alfalfa seed, common
machine run, 15c lb. Mail orders
properly cared for. L. G. Smith,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 9 AND 10:
TOM MIX and TONY, The Wonder Horse, In
With Nutalie Kingston.
All the fun of a musical comedy plus the action of a good
Western drama in this novel story of the plains. Story of a mag
azine illustrator looking for types and a cowboy looking for re
venge. Also FABLE, NOVELTY' and NEWS REEL.
SATURDAY, MAY 11:
JACK PERRIN and REX, King of Wild Horses, In
Untamed horses, two-fisted men and the sweetest girl In the
old West Also SMART STEPPERS, two reel comedy.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 12:
What Impels thousands of IflFA Hv5v.r4 ti
girls to face unknown perils
and lose themselves in the
shadows of big cities?
Do they resent discipline?
Tire of school? Seek romance
and adventure or answer the
call of forbidden love?
LEARN THE TRUTH DRAMATICALLY REVEALED
IN THIS GRIPPING DRAMA.
Also Comedy and News Reel. Children 25e Adults 80c
TUESDAY, MAY 14:
MARGUERITE DcLaMOTTE and DONALD KEITH In ,
A sparkling drama of a Broadway Gold Digger. Also Comedy.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15:
Heppner Post 87, American Legion Presents
SEE AD IN ANOTHER COLUMN.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Jack Holt In Zane Grey's SUNSET PASS, May 10 and 17.
Marlon Nixon In SILKS AND SADDLES, May 18.
Dolores Del Rio and Ralph Forbes in "THE
TRAIL OP '98," May 19 and 20.
Louise Fazcnda and Clyde Cook In PAY AS YOU ENTER,
May 21 and 22.
American Legion Night
Wednesday, May 15
(r a 9
With Ronald Colman, Neil Hamilton, Ralph
Forbes, Alice Joyce, Mary Brian
and Noah Beery.
Founded on the famous novel by P. C. Wren.
Medal winner as the best picture
produced in 1927.
A Story of the Foreign Legion
Children 25c; Adults 50c
To Be Real and Lasting Must Combine Quality
with Low Price All Three Are Found Here
There9 s a "Snap and Go" in the
Smart Lines of Our
or Young Men
Extra Pants at $4.96
For the Young Man who would set the pac in Style thl
year, we present our "Avenue" model. Its snappy character
is backed up by expert tailoring. You may have this style
in any one of several smart patterns. This suit is a real
Style Leader this ) ear.
Other Young Men's Spring Suits at
24.75, with Extra Pants at 5.90
29.75, with Extra Pants at 6.90
Rayon and mercerised plait
ed hose in assorted fancy pat
terns and colors. Real values
the thrifty shopper will appre
ciate. Per pair
Of light-weight quality fab
rics in season's newest patterns.
Of khaki, twill lined; or
Panama cloth, silk serge lined.
49c 69c 98c
In plain colon and assorted
Of Fancy Broadcloth
In a choice groop of smart,
new patterns. Every shirt fast
color. This is thrift oppo).