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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SPAY, AUGUST 15, 1929.
(Contlr.wd from Tint Pipl
in th valley. She wits accompan
ied by her grandson, Duncan Roes.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Holman and
daughter Marjory and nephew Bob
by Cochran of Yakima motored in
to town last Thursday. Here they
were joined by Mrs. Holman's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cochran,
and all departed for an extended
auto trip to points of Interest in the
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Rob i son re
turned Saturday from Longview,
Wash., where they had gone to at
tend the funeral services of Miss
Eva Stange. They were accompan
ied by Mr. Robison' ssister, Miss
Florence Robison of Portland who
will remain for a week or more.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sargent have
taken rooms at the Harris apart
ment Mr. Sargent has about two
weeks more of harvest work before
he returns to his home in Eugene
Mrs. Hannah Ahalt is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Montague, in Top-
Mr. and Mrs. J. N.. Pieffer, of
Walla Walla, were week-end guests
of the latter's sister, Mrs. Chas
Nord. When they returned to their
home they were accompanied by
Mrs. Ray Burnett and three chil
dren who will spend two weeks in
the Washington city.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith and their
daughter Mildred, and their house
guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Case
bolt and children, Mrs. J. W. Hoech
and Miss Opal Elder, went to Sun
nyside, Wash., to attend a reunion
of the Elder family. Thirty people
ate dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R.- M. Elder and of these 28
were members of the Elder clan.
Mrs. Casebolt is Mrs. Smith's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Casebolt and their
three children have been having a
pleasant visit with relatives in the
northwest. They made the trip by
auto from their home at Carrollton,
Mo., stopping en route to see Yel
lowstone National park. They left
Sunnyslde Tuesday on the return
trip. They will visit Mrs. Casebolt's
brother at Spokane and another
brother in Montana. They were
much pleased with our country, Mr.
Casebolt especially being interested
in Yakima and vicinity.
Guests at the E. J. Bristow home
Monday and Tuesday were Mr.
Bristow's brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hachmuth of
Beverley Hills. Oal his sister, Mrs.
The Blockhead Mode
B. J. Hillery and his nephew, Ber
trud Hillery of Vancouver, B. C. Six
years ago Mr. Bristow had the
pleasure of a visit with his young
est sister, Mrs. Hachmuth, but it
had been 21 years since he had seen
his oldest sister. Mrs. Hillery. While
here Mr. and Mrs. Bristow and their
guests motored to Heppner and
Sand Hollow to call on old friends
of the family. Mrs. Hachmuth
made her home in Heppner for sev
eral years before her marriage. As
the party came up from Portland
they visited with Miss Blanche Bris
tow at Hood River and planned on
stopping there again on the return
trip. From Portland Mrs. Hillery
and her son will go to their home
In Canada and Mr. and Mrs. Hach
muth will drive south to their home
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS. '
Notice is herebv given that by virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon, I
have taken up the following described
animals found running at large on my
premises, and that I will at 10 a. m.
on Saturday. August SI. 1929. offer for
sale and sell the same to the highest
bidder for cash in hand at my ranch
on Balm Fork, 8 miles southeast of
Heppner. unless the same shall have
been redeemed hv the owner or owners
thereof. Said animals are described as
1 bay mare, saddle marks, white strip
in face, age 11, branded T on inverted
quarter circle, on right shoulder, and
circle on Inverted T on left hip.
Lv. Heppner 1:15 P. M., Ar. Pendleton 3:45 P.
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fashion cut for men and
women's clothing in news
papers or magazines and
think for a moment if the
pictures are a tue likeness
Elongated necks, faces
that only the Egyptians
carved in wood the ser
ious determined iaces 01
dashing young men of the
exaggerated square jaw
Now that's just the way
thmgs are oiten repre
sented to us these days,
particularly in the cloth
mg fields. Let's think for
ourselves. You know how
many of your friends look
like those pictures just
Getting right down to
facts and good judgment
there is only one sensible
way to buy our clothes and
that is from a reputable
None of us wants to look
poverty stricken or as tho
our clothes were snatched
from a bargain counter.
Clothes should be made
from quality fabrics of
recognized standing by a
tailor who knows his bus
iness. Then we get what
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VEGETABLES, FRUITS, MELONS
the Stamp of Quality
Phelps Grocery Co. Thomson Bros.
Hughes & Hughes Elkhorn Restaurant
Hiatt & Dix Schulz Bakery
McAtee & Aiken
lone Meat Market Bert Mason
Martin Bauernfiend at Morgan
J. L. Cochran at Cecil
F. W. Turner & Co.
GENERAL INSURANCE AND
WHEAT AND GRAIN
i AUDI NESS is never acceptable,
especially in the gentleman's at
tire. Few ornaments are generally
needed to make his presence pleasing.
But what jewelry he does wear should
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-C Choose Wisely -
Reg 50c, Special 39c
GOOD FOB ACID STOMACH
U. S. P. STANDARD
FULL 16-OZ. BOTTLES
Reg. 50c, Special 35c
1 brown gelding, blaze face, age 9,
saddle marks, 1 white hind toot brand
ed spear E on right hip.
1 black gelding, age 14, saddle mark
ed, white left hind foot, branded WL
on left hip. Star in forehead.
1 gray mare, age 10. scar on left
front foot, no brand, weight about 1100
pounds; with bay yearling, one white
hind foot, no brand.
I bay mare, age 6, white hind legs,
scar on right shoulder, no brand; with
a chestnut sorrel yearling, white hind
legs, no brand.
I ba mare, raoch mane, age 9, collar
marks, white right hind foot, star In
forehead, no brand.
1 bay mare age 10. saddle marks,
reached foretop. blaze face, branded
horse hoof on right hip.
1 brown gelding, age 6, branded XM
on left shoulder, star in forehead,
weight about 1200 lbs.
1 oay mare, age 6, branded B-P con
nected (with B reversed).
R. A. THOMPSON,
22-24. Heppner. Ore.
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Milk of Magnesia
50c Size. High grade tooth
brush in celluloid case, 50c.
(Fine for traveling)
IN TINTS AND WHITE
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velope. A big value.
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1 ol E)
AT J. B. CARMICHAEL RANCH, 5 MILES
NORTHEAST OF LEXINGTON
Wednesday, Aug. 28
BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M.
1 2 Head of Mules, Weight 1 000 to 1 200 Pounds.
3 Brood Mares, Weights 1 400, 1 500 and 1 600 Pounds.
5 Head Colts, old enough to work, 4 are broke. Weights:
3 at 1400 and 2 at 1200.
1 Mare, weight 1 425, with 3-months-old colt.
1 Gelding Horse, weight 1 400, 8 years old; good leader.
1 1 000-Chick Oil Brooder, run one season
2 3 John Deere Wagons.
New 1 6-inch, 3-bottom Oliver Plow No. 95, run two seasons.
New Wooden Harrow, 5-section, 25-ft.
Harness, Collars and Halters for 1 6 Head of Horses.
Shenandoah Hitch, and other articles too numerous to men
tion. 1 Charter Oak Range Stove.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS: 1 0 Per Cent Discount for Cash; Balance approved
bankable notes at 8 per cent.
JOHN T. PARKER, Owner-
G. L. BENNETT, Auctioneer W. 0. HILL, Clerk
&sb jggjfj' j$ VjijiTiriE qwfiBBl
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
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THE OWNER SERVES YOU HERE
Saturday and Monday (Aug. 17 and 19) Red & White Super-Specials
WE BESEBVE THE BIGHT TO UOOT QDAHTITUIB
Council Picnic Spread
2 Cans (l-4s)
Red & White Tuna Jf
Fish, 2 Cans. (l-2s) T:!.!
N. B. C. O-So-Gud QQs
Butter Pretzels, b.OO
Red & White Jelly Q
Beans, Lb. Box IOC
....2 Mb. Packags
Mason Fruit Jars
1 -Pound Package
Servus Sifted Peas
2 Cans (2s)
Asparagus Tips, R. & fZfZf
W, 2 Cans (2s) )e)C
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