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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SDAY, OCT. 17, 1929.
At the parsonage of the Congre
gational church In lone on Satur
day afternoon, October 12th, occur
red the marriage of Miss Tressie
Allstott to Charles Wilcox, Rev. W.
W. Head, the pastor, performing
the ceremony in the presence of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Painter of Hepp-
ner as witnesses. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Wilcox of Lexington, and the bride
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt
E. Allstott of Rhea creek. Imme
diately following the ceremony the
young couple left on a short honey
moon trip to Walla Walla, expecting
to return to Morrow county In a
few days. Just where they will
make their future home was not de
termined at the time of their depart
Mr. and Mrs. Natt Webb of Walla
Walla, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hughes
of Umaplne and Mrs. James Lassa
ter of La Center, Wash., were visit
ors at Heppner over Thursday and
Friday. Mrs. Lassater, formerly
Miss Elsie Ayers of this city, great
ly enjoyed her visit with many old
time friends, it having been several
years since she visited here last
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and Mr. and
Mrs. Webb were guests at the
Frank Turner home while here. El
vln Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Hughes Is attending Oregon
State college at Corvallis this year,
and their daughter, Miss Anita, has
taken up her work again at Whit
man college, Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilcox of
Lexington were visitors here Tues
day. Mr. Wilcox, because of the
dry weather and short range con
ditions, is selling off a portion of
his dairy herd, feeling that hay is
getting a little too high in case of
a feeding season similar to last win
ter. At the present time hay is sell
ing on the creek, In the stack, at
$16.50 per ton, with baled hay now
going at $20, which, of course Is not
bad for the hay producers.
Mr. and Mrs. John McMillan, who
reside near Lexington, visited for a
short time in this city Tuesday afternoon.
James Hart, who is with the
Hotel Monticello, Longvlew, Wash.,
spent a few days in Heppner this
ween wnue vismng nis sisters, Mrs
Melissa Marlatt and Mrs. Ellen
tsuseick. Mr. Hart and Mrs. Buse
ick also visited for a day at the
nome or Keid Buseick at John Day.
jar. nan lormerly engaged in busi
ness at HeDDner. and for a tlm
he was In charge of Hotel Heppner
wnen mat nostiery was opened to
Mr. and Mrs. Vawter Crawford,
tneir son-in-law and daughter Mr
and Mrs. Everett Hayes and son
Leland of Josenh. returned Frlilnv
from a trip to Portland and Monte
sano, Wash. They experienced one
or ways Harbor s downpours on
the way home, but the rain
ed only a small territory and they
were soon out of it Mr. and Mrs.
Hayes and babv son dennrtpd Sun-
aay morning for their Joseph home.
Carl Cason, local Union Oil com
pany manager, brought a pretty
lour-point buck into town Monday
evening which he killed back in the
rimrocks surrounding the north
fork of the John Day. The horns
were somewhat mutilated, however,
ror when it was killed the animal
fell over quite a precipice, landing
on uie norns ana breaking off sev
eral of the points.
Dr. A. D. McMurdo and W. W
Smead, postmaster, returned Mon
day from Mount Vernon where they
enjoyed a aeer nunt or several days.
Though they were unsuccessful In
getting the meat, they report an
enjoyable outing. Mr. Smead left
for Portland Monday afternoon to
attend the Knights of Pythias grand
lodge in session there Tuesday and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engelman who
reside southwest of lone where Mr.
Engelman is a successful farmer,
were visitors In this city Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McMillan were
Lexington people In the city for a
short time on Tuesday while look
ing after matters of business.
on three of Morrow
County's best farms
for 30 days only.
F. W. Turner & Co.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17-18:
Marceline Day and Ralph Forbes in
Founded on the story by Cosmo Hamilton. A tense court-room
Also Our Gang in THE OL' GRAY HORSE,
News Reel, and beautiful scenic of the Colorado
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19:
"BEYOND THE SIERRAS"
A masked stranger, a beautiful senorlta, a gang of desperados.
One of Tim's best ,
Also THE SKYMAN, another two reel peppy
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 20-21:
MARION DAVIES in
She took the American army like Grant took Richmond with
her charm, galty and courage. What a part for lovely Marlon
Davles! She clowns, she makes you crp, she thrills you in this
comedy riot of post-war France.
Also SHOULD MARRIED MEN GO HOME?,
two-reel comedy, and News Reel. 20c 40c
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22-23:
BUCK JONES in
"THE BIG HOP"
Buck Is here again, with his horse and his airplane, and you
know that means action, pep and fun.
Also two-reel comedy, THE BOY FRIEND.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Hoot Gibson in TOINTS WEST, October 24 and 25.
Ben Lyon In THE QUITTER, October 20.
SURPRISE NIGHTS, October 27 and 28.
Don Alvardo and Marceline Day In DRIFTWOOD, October 2&J0.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spurlock re
turned home this week after spend
ing most of the summer on an auto
mobile trip to the Middle West, vis
iting at the home of Mr. Spurlock in
Missouri and taking In many points
or interest both going and coming.
iney report having had a very en
Percy Jarmon, stockman and al
falfa raiser of Butter creek, attend
ed to business affairs in Heppner
on Tuesday. He is sure that the
time has arrived when this part of
the moral vineyard should be going
"wet" with a vengeance. The long
dry spell is certainly due to come
to an end.
Hugh Shaw, farmer of iClarks
canyon, was looking after business
affairs at Heppner on Saturday. Mr.
Shaw is farming the most of his
father's holdings at the present
time, N. L. Shaw having retired
from the hard labor of ranch work
which he has followed for so many
O. F. Tate, secretary of the Ore
gon Retail Merchants association,
and a warm supporter of the Lions
club, was here on Monday to assist
with the preliminary work of or
ganizing a merchants' credit bureau
in this city. Mr. Tate has his head
quarters in Portland.
Sam Ritchie, Alpine farmer, was
looking after business here on Wed
nesday. He is getting quite anxious
to see fall rains set in, fearing that
if they hold off much longer the
weather will turn too cold, and the
results to sown wheat will be dis
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Case were
over from their home at Fossil on
Monday for a short visit with the
relatives here while Mr. Case was
attending to business affairs.
Sealy Tuftless Mattress, formerly
$50.00, now $39.50. . A small payment
win insure your comfort Case
rurnuure company. 31
FOR SALE Practically new Mis
sion heater, large size, at a sacrifice.
Inquire this office.
For Sale 160 fine ewes, 6 and 7
years old. W. H. Cleveland, phone
For Sale Milk cows and bred
heifers. R. B. Wilcox. Lexineton.
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.
For Sale Two good buck sheep.
Write Box 143, lone, Ore. 29-30
For Sale 8 head of good mules
with harness. Priced reasonable.
J. J. Miller, Lexington. 29-31
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1382
Before You Buy
Her ire dresses in the most im
proved Fall fashions . . . styles with
raised waistlines, slightly fitted and
longer skirts . . . distinctly new and
charming. Best of all, too, they art
priced with the moderation that
buying for over 1400 stores mikes
possible. Sizes for women, misses
and j union ... for only
Phelps Grocery Co
The Home of Good Eats
For Sale 1 thoroughbred Jersey
heifer which will bring a calf in
March. A bargain. Mrs. W. F.
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent Stf.
Man wants Job doing light chores,
or watchman. Inquire at this office.
No More Gas
If you wish to be permanently re
lieved of gat in stomach and bowel ,
take Baalmenn'a Cat Tablets, which
are prepared especially for stomach gas
and all the bad effects resulting from
That empty, gnawing feeling at the
pit of the stomach will disappear; that
envious, nervous feeling with heart pal
pitation will vanish, and you will again
be able to take a deep breath without
That drowsy, sleepy feeling aftei
dinner will be replaced by a desire for
entertainment. Bloating will cease.
Your limb, arms and hneers will no
longer feel cold and "go to sleep" be
cause Baalmann's Cns Tablets prevent
gas from interfering 'with the circula
tion. Get the genuine, in the yellow pack
ige, at any good drug store Price $1
Always on hand at
HUMFHBE Y'& PATTERSON'S
Published in the interests of the people of Heppner and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone 912
Heppnr, Ongon October 17, 1929
Education will real
ly increase your earn
ing capacity, unless
you become an educa
tor. ALBERT Jk.DX.TSS,
With the World Ser
ies over everyone can
settle down to work,
except for occasional
football games that
A glassed in porch
will really add an ex
tra room to the house
for the winter. Plans
and cost will be glad
You know we have
quite a library of
plans for all kinds of
building. Come in and
look them over, there
might be Just what
The m o d e r n girl
may break her word
but she certainly
sticks by her compacts.
John J. Raskob says
anyone can be rich.
Isn't that rich?
The life of a paper
dollar is less than a
year. Did you ever
have on die on your
We are prepared to
furnish roofing and
at prices equal to, and
in some cases less
than those quoted by
Mail Order Houses.
We give you the ad
1. Getting the roof
ing when you want it
2. Privilege of re
turning unused portions.
3. The very best of
4. The guarantee of
a reliable manufactur
er. 5. Prices as low as
In other words
We are offering a
prize of $3.00 in mer
chandise to the per
son finding the mls
pelled word in this pa
per. Send in the word
with your name to our
office. All of the names
sent in will be mixed
and the lucky one
drawn out See fur
ther notice In the Ga
It used to be that
Mary was satisfied
with a lamb. Now she
gets your goat
That's all see you
Store Phone 592
HEPPNER, OREGON Manager's Phone 1382
Because We Receive and Treat
Them Man Fashion
For all kinds of outdoor
wear and indoors, too, these
are sensible shirts. Made in
the Army style with full box
pleat down the front two
large pockets and double
elbows for extra wear.
Strongly aewn in fully cut
sizes. The price is low . . .
For Heavy Duty
Men's heavy moleskin work
pants that are sturdily made.
Sizes 30 to
Warm flannelette nightshirts
that are cut extra full. 54
inches long. Come in assorted
stripe patterns. Excellent val
Brand Work Shirts
Our own brand and wider
known for the sturdy wearing
qualities. Mercerized blue or
grey chambray or khaki jean.
All sizes. Triple stitched.
Of All Wool
Men's good quality lumber
jacks . . . warm and good look
ing. Made with knitted bottom,
2 pockets, and open collar. All
wool mackinaw cloth in fancy
For Colder Days
Men's underwear with
long sleeves and ankle-
Made in medium
knit in ecru col
or. Extra fine
Are Just the Thing for Outdoors
Men wear them for sports
and work. They're made
of heavy quality suede cloth
and come in tan, brown and
gray. The knitted bottom
is patterned in colors. Two
patch pockets. Made very
well. Rare values at such
a low price I