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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1930)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1930.
MRS. JENNIE E. McMURRAT,
Funeral services for the late Mrs.
Mary Shaver were held at Caldwell,
Idaho, under the direction of the
Rebekah lodge of that place. Th
body of the deceased was shipped to
Caldwell Wednesday night, and was
accompanied by the widower, Char
ley Shaver, and the little niece, Mil
dred Kelley, who had been attend
ing school here and making her
home with Mrs. Shaver.
Albert Shaver of Bend is in lone,
having been called here by the
death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary
Friends here hav received the an
nouncement of the marriage of Miss
Ruby Jeanette Tomlin to Lester A.
Montgomery on Saturday, Jan. 18.
at Seattle, Wash. The young folks
will make their home in Portland.
Mrs. Montgomery is known to many
here. She attended school in lone
and made her home with her par
ents on the ranch below town now
farmed by R. L. Ekleberry.
Ruby O. Roberts has received
word from Senator McNary that
her nomination for reappointment
as postmistress at lone is being giv
en favorable consideration.
Monday night when Dr. McMur
do was attempting to reach lone
in answer to a call his car skidded
off the highway near Lexington
and was rendered unfit for further
use until repairs were made. Noth
ing daunting the doctor flagged the
passing train and continued his way
to lone. When his services here
were no longer needed a friend
gave him a "lift" back home.
The ground hog might have seen
his shadow any time Sunday in this
locality, but if we are to have six
weeks more of winter, It is not at
all evident at present. The weath
er is like spring and the snow is
almost gone. The extra flow of wa
ter in Willow creek reached this
point at 6 o'clock Saturday morning
and the crest of the high water
came at 10 o'clock. For an hour
the creek was almost bank full of
huge ice cakes and swirling, muddy
water, bringing the usual amount
of rubbish and stench. There was
no overflow and hence no damage
was done on the ranches above
Both teachers and pupils in our
HOW TO DARKEN
Makes One Look Younger.
Men and women who used to be
called Grandpa and Grandma are
now setting the styles by darkening
their gray hair at home.
For instance, J. A. McCrea, a well
known Californian, recently made
the following statement:
"Anyone can prepare a simple
mixture in five minutes, that will
darken gray hair, and make it soft
and glossy. Merely take a half-pint
of water, add 1 ounce of bay rum,
a small box of Barbo Compound,
and hi ounce of glycerine.
"These ingredients can be bought
at any drug store at trifling cost.
Apply to the hair twice weekly with
a comb. It does not color the scalp,
is not sticky or greasy and will not
rub off." Adv.
schools are busy preparing for the
county declamatory contest which
will be held in the near future.
About eighty members and
friends of the order met at Odd
Fellows hall in Morgan Saturday
evening for the county get-together
meeting. All report a very enjoy
able time. A program as follows
was given: talk by Rev. W. W.
Head, solo by Mike Matthews, mus
ical number by Gibson brothers and
Harry Peterson, reading by R. E.
Harbison, reading by Mrs. Young
mayer, music by Gibson brothers
and Harry Peterson. Refreshments
were served and games and danc
Eldred Corson, who is employed
by the Hartman Wholesale corpora
tion, furniture dealers of Chicago,
has been promoted to office mana
ger and credit and collection mana
ger, having entire supervision over
his former work with the company.
This promotion brings with it a sub
stantial increase in salary. Mr.
Corson is the son of Mrs. Delia Cor
son and is well known here. His
many friends are glad to know of
Mrs. W. E. Bullard made a busi
ness trip to Portland Thursday of
last week, returning Sunday morn
ing. While in the city she visited
Mrs. R. E. Harbison at the Portland
Medical hospital. She found Mrs.
Harbsion improving and planning
on coming home this week.
Friends here have received word
that Ernst Montandon submitted to
a major operation Tuesday in the
Hood River hospital.
On Saturday L. E. Dick, manager
of the Standard Oil plant, received
word that he is to be transferred
to Pomeroy, Wash. Mr. Dick ex
pects to leave here in about a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick have been active
in church, social and fraternal cir
cles, and will be greatly missed. Mr.
Brown of Twin Falls, Idaho, has
arrived to take charge of the plant
Does print blur after you read a
short time? Are you troubled with
head-aches? Do your eyes tire
quickly? Perhaps you are in need
of the help glasses would give you.
Dr. J. P. Stewart, Eye-Sight Spe
cialist of Pendleton, will be at Hepp
ner Hotel on Monday,' February 10.
Morrow County on the Republican
ticket If nominated and elected, I
pledge the same faithful and sincere
service that has characterized my
long term with the County Court as
G. A. BLEAKMAN.
CARD OF THANKS.
To all friends who assisted, with
sympathy, love and flowers, at the
passing of our beloved husband and
father, we extend our love and
Mrs. W. H. Herren,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
This is to announce that I will be
a candidate for the office of County
Treasurer, subject to the will of the
voters of Morrow County, at the
Primary elections, May 16th, 1930.
I wish to thank my friends, both
republican and democratic, for their
generous support in the past, and
hope I have proved worthy of their
LEON W. BRIGGS,
(Paid Adv.) present incumbent.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
To the Voters of Morrow County:
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate at the coming primaries
for the office of County Judge of
February 10, 11, 12
The purpose of this School is not to sell but
to tell. Come be our guests you will be
shown how to save men, money and minutes.
Bring your operators, your neighbors all
This is your School, there are no charges.
Ours is a sincere desire to serve you.
Remember the date and that we will
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FOB COUXTY JUDGE.
At the next primary election I
will be a candidate for the office
of County Judge for Morrow Coun
ty on the Republican ticket, and
if nominated and elected I will
carry out the duties of such office
to the best of my ability.
(Adv.) WM. T. CAMPBELL.
NOTICE OF FINAIi ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
lined. Administrator of the Estate of
George D. Anderson, deceased, has filed
his tinal account with the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, and that said court has set as
the time and Diace for settlement of
said account, Monday, the Seventh day
of April, 1930. at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. In the court room of said court
in Heppner, Oregon.
All persons Hav me oDiections to said
final account must file the same on or
before said date.
WILLIAM A. ANDERSON.
Administrator of the Estate
of George P. Anderson, deceased.
Kickin' and Stickin'
Says old Bill Der: "You'll never kick
At windows we sell they don't itlck;
They're built of good old kiln-dried
Yon can open them without a plumber!"
The day has passed when
windows have to be just a nec
essary sort of a building evil.
We are prepared to show you
frames In different designs with
ever so many types of glass
panels. Of course they are built
of the best obtainable materials.
Heppner Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
The Home of Friendly Service
AT THE OTTO WAGEMAN FARM (Known as Dutch Brown Ranch)
42 MILES NORTH OF HEPPNER fj
Saturday, Feb. 15 1
22 Head of work horses, ages from
5 to 16 years; weigh 1450 to 1700
2 4-horse Thomas Drills.
2 20-ft. Steel Harrows.
1 McCormick Binder, 6-ft. cut.
1 McCormick Hay Rake.
1 McCormick Mower.
2 16-bottom Oliver Plows.
2 Bar Weeders, 16-ft.
1 Calkins Seed Treating Machine.
1 Fanning Mill.
General Blacksmith Outfit.
1 4-horse Fresno. 1 Slip Scraper. fj
1 Road Crowder.
1 Rendering Kettle, 30 gallon.
1 De Laval Separator, No. 15. 5
1 Maytag Washing Machine. EE
General household goods and J
2 9-horse plow hitches, 2-stick.
1 Shannon-Donny Combine Hitch. EE
8y Sets Butt Chain Harness. EE
28"Horse Collars. -
Two Wheat Racks. j
Two Iron-Wheeled Wagons, 314. s
One Winona Wagon, 34 EE
Other items too numerous to men- EE
SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 0:00 O'CLOCK, A. M.
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G. L. BENNETT, Auctioneer W. 0. HILL, Clerk f
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