Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 11, 1929, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1929.
PAGE FIVE
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Mr. and Mrs. Vawter Crawford
motored to Walla Wala early last
Thursday morning and took In the
4th of July doings there, put on by
the members of the American Le
gion ptist, enjoying a picnic dinner
in the foot hills beyond Dixie and
then returning for the big fireworks
display in the evening. Before re
turning home on Sunday afternoon,
they spent part of two days with
relatives at Waitsburg, and enjoyed
a trip among the wheat fields of
that part of Walla Walla county,
where they will reap an abundant
harvest this season.
Edw. Lindeken, lone wheatraiser,
spent a short time in the city Wed
nesday morning. He reports Tues
day as being one of the worst days
for dust that he has experienced
since living in the county. It waa
one day when apparently the north
end of the county was trying to
move south; at any rate the air was
thoroughly saturated with dust and
sand the greater part of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Kariher, son
Wilmer and daughter Dorothy ar
rived at Heppner the end of the
week from their home at Newcastle,
Penn., for a visit with Mrs. Karl
her's father, Andrew Baird, and
other relatives in Heppner. They
expect to remain here for some time
though Miss Kariher will return
east in time to enter the university
in September.
Bert Palmateer and family of
Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Beers and daughters of Estacada
were visitors in Heppner on Friday
afternoon. They spent the 4th at
the coal mines where they enjoyed
the cool shade and fine water. Mrs.
Beers is a sister of Mrs. Palmateer.
R. R. McHaley of John Day has
been spending several days at Hepp
ner this week. He was recently ap
pointed trustee of the J. H. McHaley
estate, succeeding Judge W. W.
Wood of Ontario, resigned. Mr. Mc
Haley is contemplating taking up
his residence in this city.
Dr. McMurdo is in Portland this
week where he is attending the con
vention of the American Medical as
sociation. Dr. E. P. Fagan of Port
land is looking after the practice of
Dr. McMurdo during the latter's ab
sence from the city.
Theodore Anderson and son Har
ley were Heppner visitors on Tues
day morning looking after business
in connection with making ready
for harvest. Wheat on their places
In Eight Mile will soon be ready for
the combine.
Vawter and John Parker who
made a trip to Joseph the past week
returned home on Saturday. They
were accompanied by their young
sister, Katherine, who visited for a
couple of weeks with relatives at Jo
seph. Dr. Clarke of Portland, EYE
SIGHT SPECIALIST, in Heppner
two days, Sunday and Monday, July
14 and 15, at Hotel Heppner. Con
sultation free. 17-lt.
Miss Bonita Aiken, daughter of
Cyrus Aiken, arrived from Salt
Lake the end of the week and will
spend some two weeks visiting with
her grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Aiken
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Luttrell of
Hermiston and Mrs. J. Templeton of
the same city, were guests over the
week end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Clark in this city.
Herman Nielson was down from
his Rood canyon home, remaining
over Monday night.
M. R. Morgan and his brother-in-law,
J. M. Hamblet, were visitors
here on Tuesday from lone. Mr.
and Mrs. Hamblet have been guests
at the Morgan home for the past
two weeks from their home at Day
ton, Ore. Many years ago Mr. Ham
blet was engaged in wheat farming
in this county, he and Mr. Morgan
taking up their homesteads in the
lone section in 1892 and Mr. Ham
blet moving to the county with his
family in 1884.
Spencer Crawford and family mo
tored over to Walla Walla Thurs
day afternoon and took in the big
pyrotechnic display at the fair
grounds there in the evening. Un
der the auspices of the American
Legion post of that city, a repro
duction of the Battle of the Marne
was given in a very realistic man
ner, and people came from far and
near to witness the display, no less
than 30,000 people being gathered
In the bleachers and grandstand
and about the grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner and son
Don, accompanied by Miss Annabel
Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Turner of this city, who
spent some two weeks or more In
the Salem home of her uncle and
aunt, arrived at Heppner the end
of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Turner
will spend several wekes In Hepp
ner and vicinity, remaining here un
til about the first of September.
Born At the maternity home of
Mrs. Lillie Aiken in this city, Fri
day, July 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Baker of lone, a daughter.
Mrs. W. W. Smead Is visiting with
the family of her son, John Glass
cock, In Portland. She accompan
ied Mr. Glasscock to the city the
past week.
Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT SPE
CIALIST, in Heppner Sunday and
Monday, July 14 and 15, at Hotel
Heppner. See him about your eyes.
Mrs. E. F. Campbell Is visiting
this week with her daughter and
family, Mrs. Willis McCarty, In The
Dalle. 1
WANTS
Hemstitching Mrs. Ed Hunt,
now removed to Gordon residence,
Gale street. 17-19.
Red Frys, 3 lbs. each. Will deliver.
Phone 1F22, Lexington. Cora E.
Parker. 18-18p.
For Sale Combine hitch 12 or
16-hitch; 2 12-horse plow hitches,
3-piece, latest; 12 sets chain harness,
good collars and bridles; 10 hand
made heavy halters; good lead bars;
2 good 3-inch wagons with wheat
racks. Geo. White, Lexington. 17-19
For bullt-ln cabinets, cupboards,
screens, houses, barns, crapenter
and cement work, see N. D. Bailey,
Heppner. 17-20.
For Sale Refrigerator In good
condition. Phone Mrs. Gay M. An
derson. Utf.
For Sale Large Ice refrigerator
at a bargain. Mrs. Alva Jones, City.
Universal Electric Washing Ma
chine in A-l condition for sale
cheap. Mrs. D. T. Goodman, city.
Estray Found 1150 pound roan
muley cow. No visible brand or
ear mark. At my place on Rhea
creek. E. L. Groshens. 16tf.
For Sale Genuine Rhode Island
Crescent
ottfiun
POWDER.
; nemer falkl
Oh, Boy!
They're
Good!
Have you tried our
delicious ice cream so
das, Sundaes, or milk
shakes?
Ice cold drinks of
all kinds at all times
at our fountain.
AND A GOOD
MEAL ANY TIME
ELKHORN
RESTAURANT
Results of Thinking
Benefits from never wasting anything
are clearly emphasized if we, a as scient
ist would, think about the matter, consider
our condition and possibilities of "arriv
ing" if we are prudent.
Just notice how people who save reg
ularly do succeed.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank 0reSn
STAR THEATER
THURSDAY, JULY 11:
Talking pictures produced by motion picture com
pany who are now playing Star Theater, will be
shown tonight. Also movies taken at last Satur
dy night's dance, and action shots taken at Sun
day's ball game, Heppner vs. Arlington.
The pictures taken on the Star stage of local ac
tors will be shown on
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 12 AND 13
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 14 AND 15:
NORMAN KERRY in
"THE BONDMAN"
BY SIR HAL CAINE.
A gallant tale of love and courage of sacrifice and the futility
of hate. Actually produced In Sicily and the Isle of Man.
Vivid! Charming! Real! Thrills! Suspense! Charm!
Also Comedy and News Reel.
20c 40c
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 16-17:
Noah Beery and Mrs. Wallace Reid in
"HELLSHIP BRONSON"
Take a cruise on the high seas of romance with the most amaz-4
Ing ship on the Seven Seas. Meet "Hellshlp Bronson" you'll want
to know him.
Also OSWALD, and 8th episode of TARZAN
THE MIGHTY.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
William Haines with Karl Dane, Lionel Barrymore and Leila Hy-
ams In ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE, July 18 and 19.
John Gilbert, with Mary Nolan and Ernest Torrence, in DESERT
NIGHTS, July 20.
Robert Ames and Wlllard Mack in THE VOICE OF THE CITY,
July 21 and 22.
Ramon Navarro, with Ralph Graves and Anita Page, In THE FLY
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent. 6tf.
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Ask Your Neighbor
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Binders and Twine
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Hardware, Metalware and
Plumbing
We have it, will get it, or
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U-A-M-T-Y
Is the Important Factor Back of Our
EveryDay Values and Low Prices
Army Last
Work
Shoe
Odc of our most popular
tyles in work shoes. Tan Elk
leather sole) rubber heel.
$398
Comfort
Long
Wear! I
3.98
Outstanding value 1 Chocolate
roseite; leather sole, rubber
bed
Gun Metal
Oxford for Men
That Quality, Service
and Appearance need not
be high-priced it well dem
onstrated in these gun metal
oxfords which are excep
tional values at only
$3.98
Tan Calf
Oxfords for Men
Extremely good-looking, and
certain to girt dependable serv
ice I Semi-hard box toe, hall
rubber heel injure real foot
comfort) $4.98
Boys' Oxfords of sturdy,
wear-resisting leather in tan or
gun metal. Made with welt
sole, half-rubber heel.
Sizes iVi to3Vi.2.98
Sizes 12J4 to 2... 2.79
Collegiate . . . that's what
these snappy tan calf oxfords
for boys are!
IVi to52 $3.49
12 Yz to 2 $2.98
High Heels
For Dress Occasions
Nothing adds to the smart ef
fect of your costume more than
graceful high - heeled shoes.
These classic pumps for your
choice in white cabretta, patent
er black satin .
$3.98
Black Kid
And Patent Leather
Could such a combination ba
excelled for smartness? . .
Not unless h were champagM
kid with brown kid trim! Yott
stay choose this in either I
$498
Just Arrived
A Charming Pump!
A patent leather pump
which will be admired
wherever you wear it Clev
erly perforated vamp and
trimming of fancy grain
leather. Modestly priced,
tool
$3.98
All-patent slippers of dainty
style and comfort for small
feet and only
Sizes ty2 toStf.-fW
Sizes 2 to 3 VU9
A Pump
You Will Llkel
This smart pump is of
gleaming patent leathar
with a fancy grain trim
ming. The tongue and
metal buckle give it a dis
tinctly style appeal
$3.98
Patent leather oofrjtraps wtth
fancy grain trim. Sturdy and
cosntortabl I
Size 12 to 2 02.69
Sizes 8H to 11!4 02.19
Siits 3Vi to8....lJ9
ED CHINN, Prop.
ING FLEET, July 23 and 24.