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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1929.
Mike Rowell who has been farm
ing the Padberg ranch on Rhea
creek has not yet found a desirable
place. At present his family is stay
ing with his son-in-law, Mr. Ring,
who resides below town. Mrs. Row
el is quite an extensive turkey rais
er. She had over 400 which she
moved from the Padberg ranch to
the Ring ranch.
W. H. Coppock from Seaside was
a business visitor in lone Thursday
Clarence Linn and Lowell Clark
and Wayland Ritchie took nl the
Round-Up lsat week and from Pen
dleton went to Wenatchee to work
in the fruit harvest
The Masonic brothers enjoyed a
feed" last Wednesday evening at
their regular meeting. Peaches and
cream, coffee and cake were served.
A goodly number from this vicin
ity attended the grange meeting at
Lexington Wednesday evening of
last week. After the meeting Gen.
eva and Beulah Pettyjohn and Mar
garet Crawford remained in lone
for the night, the guests of Miss
M. E. Cotter is building a five
room bungalow on his ranch which
is leased to Clarence Warren. Clark
and Linn are doing the carpenter
Arleta Farrens returned last week
from Portland and is with her mo
ther, Mrs. Helen Farrens who re
sides on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Case and
daughter Josephine of Portland vis
ited recently with Mrs. Case s moth
er, Mrs. J. E. Grimes.
The Dorcas society of the Congre
gational church raised $8.50 for the
new building fund for the Waverly
baby home in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keller and son
Frank of Pendleton were week-end
visitors in lone. While here they
rented their house to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Shipley who moved in at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nichoson have
moved into the house on First street
which they purchased some time
ago from the Hopkins estate.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Werst of Sil
cott. Wash., who visited here briefly
last week returned this week from
their trip to the Oregon beaches
and are the guests of Mrs. Werst's
mother, Mrs. Emily McMurray. On
their way to the coast they stopped
in Portland for an overnight visit
with Mr. and Mrs. John Lundy, and
as they returned they spent one day
at the state fair at Salem.
On Saturday a deal was closed
whereby Gorger brothers became
owners of 2100 acres of wheat land
. lying north of lone and formerly
owned by Ellis McLean of Portland.
This land has been farmed the past
two years by Michelbook brothers.
Mr. and Mrs., Roy Blake and chil
dren left Saturday for La Grande
where Mrs. Blake goes to complete
her normal school work.
Mrs. Ed Moore returned home
last week after a pleasant visit with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr,
and Mrs. Wrex Hicock in Portland.
The fall seeding of wheat is well
under way in this vicinity.
lone and vicinity were well repre
sented at the Round-Up last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Newton and
son and daughter who have been
isiting relatives here departed Sun
day mroning for their home in
South Bend, Wash. They were ac
companied as far as Portland by
rs. Esper Hansen who has been
spending a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engel-man.
Charley Alllnger will begin work
this week on a large barn which
Otto Lindstrom is having built on
Rev. Paul DeF. Mortimore of
Gladstone will hold preaching ser-
ices in the Christian church in
lone October 6, instead of October
13, as stated in last week's paper.
Rev. Mr. Mortimore is a former
pastor of lone.
When Walter Eubanks and Roy
Ball were in Portland recently they
isited Gus Liebl who is a patient
in an open air sanatorium in that
ty. They found Mr. Liebl much
The many friends here will be
glad to know that W. E. Ahalt is
so much improved that he was mov
ed from the Heppner hospital Sun
day to the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Fred Buchanan, on Willow
On Thursday of last week rela-
ves here received word of the
death of Earl Trembley. Mr. Trem-
bley died in a Portland hospital fol
lowing an operation for ulcer of the
stomach. Mrs. Trembley (Dalles
Perkins) is a niece of Mrs. John
LOCAL HNS ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ferguson,
son Kay and daughter Mary Lou,
returned Tuesday evening from a
week's outing, spent at Newport and
Mrs. Malcolm D. Clark returned
home from a stay of a week in
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Portland on Friday. She was there
with her daughter, Marjorie, who
went on to Eugena to enter her
third year at the university.
Robert Turner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Turnre, departed on
Friday for Walla Walla to prepare
to enter Whitman college for his
second year. He had just returned
from an auto trip tov southern Cal
ifornia, taken with his grandmoth
er. Mrs. R. W. Turner and son John.
Sterling Fryrear who farms the
Bayless place on Rhea creek, was
among residents of his district in
the city on Saturday afternoon for
a few hours, while attending to
matters of business.
F.. E. Edwards, wife and daughter
arrived here the first of the week
from Forest Grove, where they have
made their home for a number of
years. Mr. Edwards expects to lo
cate at Heppner permanently but
is not decided yet as to what bus
iness he will enter.
N. M. Johnson, west side ranch
man, was looking after business
here on Saturday from his home
in the lower Gooseberry country.
Mrs. Bessie Owen is visiting here
from her home at Maupin, Ore.
During the Rodeo, Mrs. Owen and
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas. Osmin,
will conduct a lunch counter on the
vacant lot belonging to Morrow
County Creamery Co. on Main
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Merritt of Wa
pato, Wash., arrived here on Sun
day evening and will visit with
relatives here during the Rodeo sea
son. Mrs. Merritt is a sister of Mrs.
Henry Schwarz. During the Rodeo
season Mr. Merritt will conduct a
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Robt. A. Thompson of Athena
was a business visitor at Heppner
on Friday. Mr. Thompson Is en
gaged In the garage business at his
J. B. Huddleston, Lone Rock
sheepman, is in the city.
Art Miller of Arlington, is work
ing at the pastime of Mike Curran
during the illness of Leonard Barr.
Mr. Barr Is recovering quite well
from an operation for acute appen
dicitis which he underwent at Hepp
ner hospital the end of the past
In another column in the adver
tisement of a public sale to be held
on Tuesday next at Daybreak ranch
8 miles north of lone. There Is a
lot of personal property to be dis
posed of. Take at look at the adv.
Mike Healey, sheepman of Rhea
creek, was looking after business
interests in Heppner on Tuesday.
Ellis Minor was up from his home
at Hermiston on Friday. Returning
home he was accompanied by his
cousin, Stanley Minor, who spent a
day or two on the project while tak
ing subscriptions for the magazines
Grant Olden, Rhea creek farmer,
was looking after business affairs
here on Tuesday forenoon.
Edw. Lindeken, wheatralser of
the lone country, was a visitor here
Tuesday afternoon. As yet the lone
country is looking for more rain,
which Mr. Lindeken would be glad
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to see as he has Just finished seed
ing. J. D. Moyer, who recently moved
to Vernonia to reside, returned to
Heppner on Monday to remain for
a week or ten days while looking
after his interests here. He reports
slight rains over the mountains,
but no general rain as yet.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Campbell
drove to Ritter on Tuesday, taking
Mrs. Mahala Minor and son Stanley
over to the Springs, where they will
remain for a week. Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell were there for the day
For Sale Creek ranch of 810 ac
res, fine for dairying or sheep. 300
acres fenced sheep-tight, balance
fairly well fenced with sheep wire;
private Irrigating ditch; 30 acres
set to alfalfa; few fruit trees; good
barn, 4-room dwelling with running
water in house, out buildings; situ
ated on Rhea creek, on good road,
13 miles from town. Address Box
43, Heppner. ' 28tf.
THE WEEK AFTER RODEO
Back to normal again. And of course you'll be
thinking of getting one of our fine strings of
pearls. We are adding a new list of bargains; bet
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surprises that will delight you. Come in, if only
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HAVE YOU TRIED MAX FACTOR YET?
At the Daybreak Ranch, 8 Miles North of Ione-2 Miles South of Ella Schoolhouse
Tuesday, Oct. 1st, 1929
1 2-year-old Durham Cow.
1 Short Yearling Durham Bull.
1 Short Yearling Dur. Heifer.
1 Durham Heifer Calf.
1 Team pure bred Percheron
Mares, 3200 lbs., 9 years.
1 Team pure bred Percheron
mares, 3400 lbs., 9 years.
1 Black Mare, 9 yrs., 1450 lbs.
1 Black mare, 9 yrs.,' 1400 lbs.
1 Bay gelding, 8 yrs., 1550 lbs.
1 Bay gelding, 10 yrs., 1400 lbs.
1 Black gelding, 4 yrs., 1500.
1 Black mare, 4 yrs., 1450 lbs.
1 Black mare, 4 yrs., 1200 lbs.
1 Dark gray pure bred Perch
eron mare, 3 years, 1500 lbs.
1 Dark gray pure bred Perch
eron mare, 3 years, 1450 lbs.
1 Black pure bred Percheron
mare, 2 years, 1050 lbs;
1 Black pure bred Percheron
stud, 2 years, 1050 lbs.
36 Rhode Island Red Hens.
60 Rhode Island Red Pullets.
13 Turkey Hens.
27 Early Spring Turkeys.
1 1928 Chevrolet Truck, with
stake rack. New engine in
2 I. H. C. Double Discs 10-ft.,
1 Single Disc, 8-ft.
1 45-ft. Harrow, with hitch.
1 Double Bar Weeder.
2 Wagons with Racks.
1 McCormick-Deering Header,
1 Superior Disk Drill, 13-ft.
1 32-ft. Harrow.
1 John Deere Plow, 3-bottom,
3 Oliver Plows, 3-bottom, 14
inch. 1 Bluett Power Fanning Mill.
1 Post Drill. 1 Buffalo Forge.
1 Large Vise. 1 Anvil.
Complete Set Small Tools.
600 New Cedar Posts
1 Derrick Pole.
10 Gas Barrels.
8 Sets Good Harness, Collars.
1 12-Hitch, complete.
Log chains and hitch material.
SALE TO START AT 10:30 -:- FREE LUNCH
Terms will be announced on day of sale
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