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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1930.
Jay Hiatt, school board member
of Willow Way, district No. 3, Cleve
Van Schoiack, school board mem
ber of Balm Fork, district No. 42,
and Glenn Jones were In Heppner
Saturday, consulting with Mrs. Lucy
Rodgers, county school superintend
ent, relative to proposed change In
the boundaries between the two dis-i
tricst, which would change Mr. Jon
es' property from district 42 to dis
S. E. Notson, district attorney, C.
J. D. Bauman, sheriff, and S. P.
Devin, chief of police, returned
Thursday night from Vancouver, B.
C, where they attended the conven
tion of the Northwest Association
of Sheriffs and Police. Making the
trip with them to the Canadian city
was C. C. Proebstel of Pendleton,
Umatilla county district attorney.
Miss Margaret H. Chappell gave
testimony as a witness before C. L.
Sweek, notary public, in his office
Monday, In the case of H. P. Mc
Neill vs. Southern Pacific railway,
and the Pullman company. McNeill
allenges that he was beaten by a
negro porter at Oakland Mole, Cal.
John H. Selby, attorney, was here
to represent the defendants.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Reavls mo
tored to Sunnyside, Wash., Thurs
day to visit .with Mr. Reavis' par
ents. Mr. Re avis is on two weeks'
vacation from his duties at the lo
cal office of the Pacific Power and
Light company. The Reavis fam
ily plan on going to Seattle for a
visit and outing before returning to
Jeff Yocum, who is employed on
the Ruhl ranch at Lexington, had
his foot badly injured Friday, when
a tractor backed up on it. A num
ber of bones were crushed and dis
located. Mr. Yocum entered Mor
row General hospital for treatment
A. E. Wright, who has been re
elected clerk of the Golden West
school district, was in town Thurs
day to attend to business matters
at the county school superintend
ent's office. He was accompanied
by his daughter, Nellie Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Anderson of
Portland, accompanied by Ralph L
Thompson and son Alex, arrived in
Heppner Friday for a visit with
Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Campbell. They contin
ued on to Baker Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. French Burroughs
were in town Friday from their
farm on Rhea creek, near lone, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. L. Ber
gen Ledbetter and son Jimmie, who
has recently recovered from an in
jury to his foot
Frank Turner returned from Es
tacada Thursday, having made the
motor trip to that city in business
interests. He was accompanied by
Miss Katie Minert who visited in
The Dalles, and Oscar Keithley of
Dr. Milton V. Walker, who has
just completed his lnterneship at
the Multnomah hospital in Port
land, is here assisting Dr. A. D. Mc
Murdo. He had taken special train
ing at Mayo Brothers clinic, Roch
For Sale At a bargain, fifteen
foot cut Holt combine, Model 32.
Used two seasons, shedded when
not in use, and looks as good as
new. B. A. Amy, 211 Willow St.,
Pendleton, Ore. 1216.
Gene Ferguson purchased the
Earl Barton home near the Ameri
can Legion swimming pool Satur
day. The Ferguson family will
move within a short time.
STATES IS. LENT
"Sargon improved me so wonder
fully my husband says when we get
back to our home in Albany, Ore
gon, our friends won't know me.
Jason Biddle of Rhea creek was
in Heppner Saturday conferring
with the county superintendent of
schools relative to the problems of
transporting children in school dis
trict No. 32.
Chris Brown injured his ribs
when he fell from a weeder he was
operating on his Willow creek farm
last Friday. He received medical
attention in Heppner.
Mrs. Roy Campbell, clerk of the
Social Ridge school district, accom
panied by Mrs. George N. Peck of
Lexington, was a visitor at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahoney and
Miss Patricia Mahoney left on a
motor trip to Spokane, Wash., and
Bonners Ferry, Idaho, last Thurs
Mrs. Sterling Fryrear, who has
been reelected clerk of the Willow
Way school, was In Heppner Thurs
day In connection with duties of
her office. ,
Miss Bess Huddleston and J. B.
Huddleston of Lone Rock, were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Wightman Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Mrs. Pearl Jarvls, who is employ
ed at one of the county road camps,
purchased a Chevrolet sedan from
the Ferguson Motor company Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner and
Mrs. F. F. Klitz of Boardman came
to Heppner Thursday to transact
legal business at the courthouse.
Wanted Man to run McNess bus
iness in Morrow county. Make $8
$15 daily. Furst & Thomas, Dept. F,
426 3rd St, Oakland, Calif. 16p.
Rice McHaley returned to Hepp
ner Sunday after spending several
weeks at his home in Prairie City
visiting with his children.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rietmann came
to Heppner from their ranch in
Juniper canyon Thursday. They re
port crops looking fine. .
Al Rankin, manager of Heppner
hotel, went to Pendleton Friday to
look after business matters.
Preparation for warm weather
was made Tuesday by the Patterson
& Son drug store by the installation
of a new awning.
For Sale Threshing machine, 18
inch Case, Fordson engine, $450. Or
will sell either separately. Frank
Shively, Heppner. 16tf.
Henry Happold, accompanied by
Alfred H. Bergstrom, motored to
Portland Thursday to attend to bus
Mrs. Hortense Martin, clerk of
school district No. 23, Devine, was a
business visitor at the courthouse
David Wilson was stricken with
an attack of influenza Monday,
which necessitated confinement to
Ray Wright, who lives on Rhea
creek, purchased a Chevrolet coach
from the Ferguson Motor company
O. E. Johnson and Ernest Cannon
came to Heppner from Hardman
Saturday to attend to business interests.
Tom Cork. George Cork and
Dempsey Boyer were visitors in
Heppner Monday from Monument
For Sale Two registered Jersey
bull calves, 6 mo. old. W. H. Cleve
land, Heppner, Phone 8F11. 16-17p
Mrs Lucy E. Harbison, clerk of
the Morgan school board, was a bus
iness visitor in Heppner Saturday.
Mrs. Werner Rietmann of lone
was In town Saturday looking af
ter business matters.
Combine for Sulo Good condi
tlon. Inquire Ferguson Motor Co.
Mrs. Ollie Neill came to Heppner
from Butter creek Thursday to con
sult her physician.
Tom Boylen, Pendleton sheep
man, came to Heppner on business
Mrs. Sadie Lewis of Lexington
was a visitor in Heppner Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Healy were vis
itors in Pendleton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kilkenny mo
tored to Pendleton Monday.
At the request of eastern Oregon
farmers, who wanted the reports of
various committees of the Eastern
Oregon Wheat league, as well as
meetings of the organization as a
whole, the proceedings have been
published in bulletin form by the
Oregon State college. The bulletin
is ready for free distribution, cop
ies being available upon applica
tion. Included in the bulletin is the
report of the tillage committee,
which embodies in brief form the
most approved practices of cultiva
tion for the Columbia basin area.
Hours for Irrigation are 6 to 8
a. m. and 6 to 8 p. m. Water is pro
hibited being used through hose
without sprinklers or nozzle. Pen
alty for using water out of hours, a
fine of not less than $2.50, nor more
than $40.00, or by imprisonment for
not less than one day nor more than
twenty days. If necessary extra
men will be engaged to enforce
City of Heppner Water Dept.
Dick Wightman, who went to
Richmond, Va., as a delegate of his
fraternity, Theta Kappa Nu of Ore
gon State college, Corvallis, with
other members of his fraternity was
received by President Hoover at
Washington, D. C, according to
word received in Heppner. The trip
to the convention city was made by
(Free Air STAR THEATER
MRS. NELLIE L. LENT
When we came to Long Beach last
November I had such severe rheu
matic pains at times that I could
hardly get about, and I d been Bur-
ferine with Indigestion for 10 years.
My nerves were in wretched state
and I was nearly always bilious and
constipated. Four bottles of Sargon
brought me wonderful relief! My
rheumatic pains have entirely disap
peared, my nervousness is fast leav
ing me and my indigestion Is per
"Sargon Pills are wonderful! They
have stimulated my liver to regular
action, rcllovcd me of biliousness,
and for the first time In years I'm
not troubled with constipation.1
Mrs. Nellie L. Lent, 1428 Blxby
Road, Long Beach, Calif.
Patterson & Son, druggists, looal
Milk shakes, sundaes and
other favorite ice cream dish
es and drinks, as served at
our fountain, just hit the
right spot on warm days.
FOR A MEAL
Day or night, drop In and lot
us appease your appetite.
Strawberry shortcake and
fresh vegetables are Included
on our menu now.
ED CHINN, Prop.
Bridge and other games were fea
tured on the program of the Epis
copal auxiliary at its annual birth
day meeting held Thursday after
noon in the parish house. Mrs. Fred
Lucas took the honors at bridge,
while the prize for other games
went to Mrs. W. H. Instone. Mrs. C.
L. Sweek and Mrs. Frank Wilkin
son, hostesses, assisted by Miss Vir
ginia Dix, Miss Mary McDuffee and
Miss Alvah McDuffee, served ice
cream, cake and coffee.
CHIRCH STAGES PAGEANT.
Replacing the regular service a
pageant, "Your Flag and My Flag,"
combining patriotic and home mis
sionary ideas, was staged Sunday
morning at the Methodist church,
under the direction of Mrs. Gus
Jones and Miss Edith Stallard. The
choir assisted in the pageant
MRS. M. L ONEY DEAD.
Mrs. M. L. Oney, who taught In
Morrow county schools many years
ago and had resided in the county
for more than 20 years, died at the
home of her sister In Pasadena,
Cal., June 19. Mrs. Oney left Hepp
ner about a year ago to take up
her residence in California.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank all our friends
for their kindly assistance in our
bereavement and for the beautiful
Mrs. Edward Farnsworth,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rounds,
The Farnsworth family.
LEGION TO MEET.
Heppner post No. 87, American
Legion will meet at 8 o'clock Mon
day evening at the Legion hall.
1926 Case Hillside Combine.
Completely overhauled and
ready to take the field. Guar
anteed by us In every way.
This combine Is a genuine
A COLUMN OF FUN AND FACTS
(Edited by Dean T. Goodman from
his private sanctum down at the Hepp
July 3, 1930.
HOWDY FOLKS Marshall Devin
comes forth with the suggestion
that a good way to eliminate the
hazards of Fourth of July celebra
tions would be to give the children
animal crackers instead of firecrackers.
Considering the mess some pic
nickers leave behind them, one
would imagine they had saved all
their old sardine tins, paper plates
and empty bottles for a year just
to scatter them around the picnic
WHAT BOTHERS US IS WHY
MEN WILL PAY HIGH PRICES
FOR LIKKER, WHEN TOAD
STOOLS ABOUND IN QUANTI
And in the same breath why do
people pay high prices for any old
make of tires when GOODYEARS
can be hod at a savings.
Ilrard Along the Road
She (anxiously): Why are you go
ing so fast?
He The brakes won't work, so I
want to-get home before we have
When the mechanical engineers
produce a perfect automobile per
haps somebody will turn his atten
tion to the problem of making pe
destrians faster and more durable,
Do you remember the time,
when, if a neighbor told you
how many quarts she had put
up, you knew she meant fruit.
An Irish policeman was taking an
examination for promotion:
Q. "What Is rabies, and what do
you do about It?"
A. "Rabies is Jewish priests, and
you can't do nothing about It"
King Solomon and King David led
merry, merry lives.
They had many, many lady friends.
and many, many wives.
But when old age came over them.
with many, many qualms,
King Solomon wrote the Proverbs,
King David wrote the Psamls.
Hattie Pathfinder sez, "Some of
those new kitchenettes are so small
and expensive that you can't raise
dough in them or for them,"
BUT YOU DON'T HAVE TO
RAISE 'MUCH DOUGH TO BUY
GENUINE GOODYEAR TIRES.
Drflnitinn of an Optimist
A tourist who starts out with poor
brakes, no spare, and a knock in the
engine, and who wires 250 miles
ahead for reservations.
Saddest Event of the Month
The health enthusiast who wrote
an article on fresh milk and th
editor condensed It
So that Is that, folks, and if you
will tuno In next week, we will have
Kill Ihoiu wnrhlo his own compost
tlon, "I Cull My Baby Marino, Be
cause She Hum Seen a Lot of the
Vaughn & Goodman
"Where Quality Mid Barrio Meat"
A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
SALAD BOWL Products
Half -Pints MAYONNAISE 15c Jar
Pints MAYONNAISE 25c Jar
Quarts MAYONNAISE 45c Jar
12-Oz. SANDWICH SPREAD 25c Jar
Other sizes in proportion
Compare these prices with others. These
goods can only be bought at an independently-owned
HIATT & DIX
Doors open 7:30 p. m.; Show starts 8 p. m. Theater Phone 473, Home 635.
Admission: Children under 12, 20c; Adults, 40o Unless otherwise adver
tised. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 4 & 5
MEN AC It
and a real STORY
with a smashing climax.
Ci (paramount Qicture
CTUALLY filmed at the
"bottom of the world!" The
amazing drama of this wondrous
font before your eyes! See cour
age conquer the world's last
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY, July 6-7-8:
THE RETURN OF DR. FU MANCHU
With Warner Oland, Neil Hamilton, Jean Arthur.
Dr. Fu Manchu dead? Not by a long shot! Sealed in his coffin!
Fu Manchu escapes! Terrorizes the handsome doctor and his love
ly sweetheart. You will get your fill of thrills in this new Sax
Rohmer adventure. More gripping than "The Mysterious Dr. Fu
Manchu." Children 25c Adults 60c
WEDNESDAY, July 9:
l'lnal Judging of entrants In the
Lions International BEAUTY CONTEST
Also George Sidney and Charlie Murray in AROUND THE COR
NER, all talking comedy.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Eddie Qulllan, Sally O'Neill and Jeanette Loff in THE SOFIIO-
MOKE, July 10-11-12.
Barbara Stanwyck and Ralph Graves in LADIES OF LEISURE,
Helen Morgan In APPLAUSE, July 15-10-17.
As well as all others are promptly delivered by
us, and at economical rates, too. Daily service
between Heppner, Portland and John Day high
way points, provide for shipping at your conven
ience. Our trucks will call at your door to pick
up and deliver. Shipments are protected by
$10,000 cargo insurance.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Office on May St Phone 1363. M. Venable, Mgr.
EFFECTIVE MAT M TO SEPT. 30
RETURN LIMIT OCT. 31, 130
Reduced fare all parti of east; liberal top
overt. Fine traini; modern equipment;
splendid service; scenic route. Short side
trips enable you to visit
ZION NATIONAL PARK
CRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK
BRTCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
CRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NAT'L PARK
Information and Booklet on request
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BOUND TRIP TO
KANSAS CITY.... 7S.W
ST. LOUIS 8S.60
NEW ORLEANS... 112. SS
NEW YORK 1S1.70
BOSTON ... 1S7.7
Chester Sarbee, Agent,
is usually a testimonial of your
ability and financial stability. We
know that money can be loaned
to you with safety.
An account that is always low
and occasionally overdrawn is al
ways a poor credit risk.
Why not build up your bank bal
ance and insure your bank credit
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
fleppner Bank Oregon
J. C. PENNEY GO.
Store Phone 692 HEPPNER, ORE. Manager's Phone 1S8S
Readjustment New Low Prices
Store-wide, our counters are packed full of
values truly exceptional when compared with
prices which were effective last October or even
last January. Our No. 449 silk hosiery that for
merly sold at $1.49 is now $1.29. Sheets that were
$1.29 are now 98c. Our Pay Day Overalls are
down from $1.29 to $1.10. You will find in our
$19.75 men's suits of today many of the same fine
fabrics that were used in making higher priced
lines a few short months ago.
You will find other concrete evidence of the
new lower prices and higher values with which
our store is packed and a glance at our windows
will show them jammed full with exceptional
savings in cotton piece goods, sheets and pillow
cases, domestics, silks, cosmetics, toilet goods,
hosiery and underwear.
In announcing new low prices and new high
values we rededicated ourselves to our old Com
pany slogan: "WE ALWAYS HAVE AND
ALWAYS WILL UNDERSELL." Our reason
and excuse for soliciting your patronage is just
WE SAVE YOU MONEY 1
These new low prices call for quick action.
Don't delay. Visit our store at once and convince
yourself of the fact that
PRICES ARE DOWN BUY NOW!