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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1929)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1929.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cantwell are
here for Rodeo week, coming In on
Monday. During the winter Mr.
Cantwell has been working at min
ing and for a lumber company in
the Greenhorn mountains. He Is
following mining these days during
the winter season and the mine he
owns is situated about ten miles
from the property of the Heppner
Mining company. Following the
Rodeo Mr. and Mrs. Cantwell will
go to the Willamette valley to re
main until about Christmas time,
expecting to be located either at
Salem or Dallas.
Mrs. Sadie Warren, wife of Theo
dore Warren of Kinzua, Ore., died
on Sunday at St. Vincent's hospital
in Portland, where she was taken
recently for medical treatment The
body was shipped to Case Furniture
Co., undertakers at Heppner, arriv
ing Monday morning, and funeral
services were held at the former
home of Mrs. Warren at Hardman
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Milton W. Bower, pastor of the
Christian church at Heppner, offi
ciating. Burial was in the ceme
tery at Hardman.
Otto Wageman, who has been
farming what Is known as the Ed
Brown place in Blackhorse for the
past 11 years, has decided that he
will retire from the farming game,
and expects to leave the farm in the
early spring, turning the place over
to the present owner, George B.
Woodward. During the eleven
years Mr. Wageman has been on
this place he has done well and has
had splendid crops each season. He
is not decided as to what line of
endeavor he will take up after leav
ing the farm.
C. N. Jones, farming the Dutton
place south of Heppner, has been
busy of late seeding. He has not
completed the job but thinks he
will wait for a good rain before put
ting in some 250 acres more of
grain. Summerfallow land is in
excellent condition and contained
moisture sufficient that the grain
sown is now beginning to show up.
L. A. Palmer of Lexington has not
begun his fall seeding, waiting for
little better weather conditions. He
was in town for a short time on
Tuesday afternoon, and up to that
time the Lexington section had re
ceived but very little rain, though
the weather had been threatening
for several days.
The monthly meeting of the state
highway commission will be at
Portland today, Sept. 26. Commis
sioners Bleakman and Davidson
will attend the meeting on behalf
of the Heppner-Spray road, and it
Is likely that Judge Benge, who is
visiting in the valley, will be there
also. The county court hopes to
get some very definite action re
garding this road, and believe that
they have a proposition to make
that will be acceptable to the state
Mr. and Mrs. French Burroughs
were at Heppner for a few hours
Tuesday forenoon. When they left
home it had not rained any on the
creek south of Jordan Siding, but
the clouds were hanging heavy. In
that part of the county some farm
ers have been waiting for the rain
before beginning fall seeding, but
others have gone ahead and from
some sections the report is that
the grain is coming up nicely. This
will give it a fine start ahead of
Wm. Heubner, who farmed for
many years in the Sand Hollow
country northeast of Lexington, on
what was known as the "chicken
ranch," has taken a lease on the
John Her place west of Heppner,
taking charge of the place some
two weeks ago. He is busy getting
the summerfallow ground on the
farm ready for fall seeding. Mr.
Heubner has been living for the
past four years in the Willamette
L. E. Bisbee and F. W. Turner
this week purchased from W. P.
Hill the summerfallow on the Jas.
Luper and Katherine Farnsworth
places on Heppner flat, thus taking
on several hundred acres In addi
tion to the wheat land on the Higgs
place, cropped the past season by
Turner and Van Marter. Mr. Bis
bee recently took over the interests
of Mr. Van Marter in the lease of
the Higgs land.
Mrs. T. G. Cochran passed thru
Heppner Monday on her way home
at Monument. She visited for a
time with her daughter, Mrs. F. W.
Turner and also with her son, J. L.
Cochran, postmaster and merchant
at Cecil. During an absence of
some three months from home, Mrs.
Cochran visited many different
points of interest, having spent a
goodly portion of the time at Rltter
Umatilla Project Fair
Divisions for Dairy, Pou try, Swine, Sheep
Rabbits, Honey, Home Economics, Ag
ricultural and Commercial Displays.
OCTOBER 4 and 5
Sports - Air Stunts - Football - Dancing
Premium List on request.
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Mrs. Harry Duvall and daughter,
Miss Erma Duvall, accompanied by
James Leach, departed from Lex
ington for Portland on Saturday.
Miss Duvall was going on from
there to enter the university at
Eugene where she expects to major
in dramatics this year.
Mrs. Jennie Booher, who is work
ing at the Chas. Acock place on
Rhea creek, was a visitor in town
Friday, taking time off to celebrate
her birthday by enjoying a visit
with her relatives In town.
Man wants job doing light chores,
or watchman. Inquire at this office.
Reliable man wanted for McNess
Business in Morrow county. $8 to
$12 daily profits. Furst & Thomas,
Dept. F, 426 3rd St., Oakland, Cal.
For Sale Brunswick cabinet
phonograph, good as new; 75 rec
ords. $40. A snap. Box 373, City.
FOR SALE Purebred Holsteln
bull, 3 years old, high producing
strain. Chas. Benenei, irrigon, Ore
FOB SALE Two ued low pres
sure steam boilers. Hotel Heppner.
SALE New 40
Phelps Grocery Co
The Home of Good Eats
Store Phone 898 HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1382
Values in "New
With Heavy Moleskin Outers
Every man who works
or plays out of doors
should have one of these.
They're very practical
and can withstand rough
usage. What's more . . .
they're very warm. Made
of strong moleskin with
fine sheep pelt lining and
beaverized collar. Just as
Made of the Finest Horsehide
These vests are made
from horse "fronts," five
times as strong as "butt"
leather. Made with ad
justable belted back,
warm shoddy lining and
2 side pockets. Strongly
made throughout. A good
looking and very prac
tical garment. Thrift
tractor. Will take young mules up
to 9 years old up to $2000. Balance
terms. Tractor too small for my
use. If interested, apply this office.
Irrigated alfalfa and dairy ranch
of 66 acres for sale, trade, or will
rent to responsible party. If Inter
ested call or write M. Farset, Reid's
Planing Mill, Heppner. 21-28.
340 mixed fine April lambs, also 6
fine bucks. C. O. Dlnlus, Rltter,
6-Year Lease Three-fourths rent
900 acres 1 miles from warehouse
and school, 425 acres In summerfal
low; stock and machinery to oper
ate; 100 acres free pasture; good
buildings; modern conveniences;
plenty of water. Inquire this office.
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Btf.
For Sale 700 head of young fine i
wool ewes and April lambs, or about
MRS. VV. R. POULSON
Now Organizing Classes.
Special attention given beginners
Call Apt 3, Case Apartments
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THERE'S A PAIR OF US
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matrimonial bark had not sail
ed smoothly, he asked the clerk
who ..had ..issued -the ..license
whether it was a marriage li
cense or a dog's license, because
he had led a dog's life ever
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TONIGHT-THURSDAY, SEPT. 26:
JEAN HERSHOLT and SALLY O'NEIL in
The Girl on the Barge
By RUPERT HUGHES
The ancient feud between the people of the
barges and those of the tugs. Sensational, Re
Also CARTOON COMEDY and NOVELTY.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27:
MARIE PREVOST in
THE RUSH HOUR
Full of drama, thrills and laughs. You'll en
joy every moment of if.
Also COMEDY and NEWS REEL
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28:
HOOT GIBSON in
The King of the Rodeo
The Ace of Western stars in a smashing and
romantic story filmed at the famous Chicago Ro
See the hair-raising rodeo stunts plunging
plunging ponies bucking steeds charging
steers struggling men. See the mad auto chase
see and enjoy this most modern of Western
Also CIRCUS BLUES, two reel comedy.
We have the Greatest Selection
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and the prices will absolutely amaze you.
This is an opportunity to get exactly the car
you want at the price you want to pay.
Attached to the radiator cap of each of our
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