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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES,
HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1930.
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S. E. Notson is in receipt of a
letter this week from Ed Brown
formerly of this city. Mr. Brown
writes from Dimsdale, Alberta, and
does not speak very optimistically
of the situation of the Canadian
wheat farmer. Just as he wrote,
word had been received of the
smash of the Canadian wheat pool
and the slump in price to 30 cents
with the market sunk. Mr. Brown
has been living in northern Alberta
since leaving Heppner and engag
ed in wheatraislng, and he finds no
profit in the game this season.
The contractors getting out logs
for shipment to Milton Box factory
from Heppner, who have been op
erating for several months on the
Horace Yoakum place in Willow
creek basin, have about completed
their work at this point, and are
now moving over to the Austin Dev
in place on Rhea creek, it being
understood that they will cut on
the Devin and Kirk places. Some
of the machinery for operating is
now being moved to the new loca
tion. Mrs. Lena Shurte who resides
with her son Carol Shurte at Culver
City-Palms, near IjOS Angeles, sends
a clipping from the paper there an
nouncing the ' engagement of Mr.
Shurte to Miss Geraldine Truss.
The ceremony is an event that will
take place shortly, the exact date
of the wedding not yet being fixed.
Carol was formerly a resident of
this city and has many friends here
who will wish him well in the mat
Gene Ferguson and family return
ed on Saturday from their visit to
southern Oregon. Leaving Heppner
they proceeded over the Spray road,
making it through in the midst of
the snow Btorm, and then reached
the Willamette valley over McKen
zie pass, following the snowplow
over the mountains. Mr. and Mrs.
Ferguson returned home by way of
Pacific highway through Portland
and met with no obstacles along the
Rdw. Rictmanr, extensive wheat
raiser of the lone section, was look
ing after business at the court
house Monday afternoon. He re
ports his grain doing well; all seed
ing has been finished in his locality
many weeks and grain is up and
growing about the best in the his
tory of that part of the country.
There has been no freezing weather
to interfere with its progress so far
Fred Ashbaugh, pioneer resident
of the Hardman country, who has
been quite ill for the past several
months, is reported by his son, Roy
Ashbaugh, who was In Heppner the
end of the week, as being much
Jerm O'Connor reports the loss of
several head of ewe lambs while
coming through the mountains
from Dayville the last of October.
He had purchased the sheen from
several different parties over that
way, ana a bunch slipped out from
the band either in the timber south
of Hardman. or after thev had
reached the range of O'Connor bro-
mers on Khea creek. The fall feed
has been excellent on the ranges
of the O'Connor boys and sheep
have fared well on plenty of good
green grass. Jerm was looking af
ter business affairs in HeDDner on
Assessor J. J. Wells, whn fnr the
past summer and fall has been mak
ing nis noma at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Campbell in town,
has moved back to the farm just
north of the city. His daughter,
Miss Myra Wells, arrived recently
from The Dalles anil will mlt hr
home with her father for a few
months. Mrs. Mav Ellis has arriveri
here from Vernnnia and will K
housekeeper at the Wells home.
John Turley returned to Heppner
on Sunday from a visit of some two
weeks with friends at Baker. He
found near zero weather in that
part of the state and no small am
ount of snow. Mr. Turley spent
the summer in the high mountains
with the D. O. Justus sheep, and he
expects to leave this week end for
his old home at Coburg to spend
the winter months.
Lost About 65 head of fine wool
ewe lambs; these sheep bear var
ious marks and brands, some hav
ing overslope in both ears, some
with overslope In left ear, only;
brands: some with green circle,
some with green dot, others with
letter S. Reward for Information
leading to recovery. O'CONNOR
BROS., Heppner, Oregon. . 37-38.
S. E. Notson, Frank Gilliam and
Judge R. L. Benge visited the farm
of Victor Rietmann, north of lone,
Monday forenoon in their capacity
as appraisers for the World War
Veterans' State Aid commission.
They found the condition of fall
sown grain in that locality good,
with prospects for an excellent
E. J. Merrill was in the city on
Friday and Saturday from his home
near Hardman, having business
that retained him in the city for a
couple of days. While it was quite
foggy up and down Willow creek,
this condition did not prevail be
yond Heppner flat, so Mr. Merrill
Rooms to Bent Furnished, with
steam heat; suitable for 1 or 2
girls. Apply Curran Ready-to-Wear
Word was received by Mr. and
Mrs. Vawter Crawford on Saturday,
announcing the birth of an 84
pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ev
erett Hayes, at their home near Jo
seph, Oregon, on Friday, November
21. Mrs. Hayes is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, and the re
port stated mother and babe were
Mrs. Agnes Curran motored to
Portland on Friday, taking her
daughter, Mrs. Jared Aiken that far
on her return to her home at Oak
land, Calif. Mrs. Aiken has been
at Heppner since the death of her
father, the late M. L. Curran. Mrs.
Curran returned home the first of
R. B. Rice was looking after bus
iness here on Saturday from the
Artesian Well ranch. Some fog out
his way, but not bad, and grain is
doing well following the fine rains
of ten days ago.
Paul Marble and family left Wed
nesday afternoon for Yakima where
they are spending Thanksgiving
with relatives and friends. Yakima
is the former home of Mr. and Mrs.
CiiOT PRAISE II
"My whole system was weak and
rundown from Indigestion; I was
subject to raging headaches and
bilious attacks and lost weight,
MRS. CHAS. E. SHIPLEY
strength and energy. When other
medicines failed I started Sargon
and now my troubles are over, I feel
like a new woman, and I can't
praise Sargon enough.
"Sargon Pills overcame my con
stipation and biliousness in an easy,
natural way, and I think they are
exactly the laxative for people of
my age." Mrs. Chas. E. Shipley,
Paid Adv. Patterson & Son,
Druggists, Agents, Heppner.
THE NEW CMEVKOLET SIX
MAS MANY IMPKdDVEMiENTS
The introduction of
the new Chevrolet
Six marks the most
impressive forward step in Chev
rolet's twenty-year record of con
stant progress and improvement.
For this Digger and Better Six
offers new beauty, new luxury,
new completeness and new qual
ity yet it sells at lower prices!
The improvements in the new
Chevrolet Six begin at the smart
. new chrome-plated headlamps
and extend throughout the entire
car. The radiator Is deeper and
unusually efficient. Due to the
increased whcclbase, the lines
are longer and lower, giving an
air of exceptional flcetness and
grace. And the new Fisher bodies
combine with this more attrac
tive exterior appearance, a new
degree of interior luxury.
The chassis of the new Chevrolet
Six has also been refined and
advanced in a number of different
ways. The frame is heavier and
deeper. There is a smoother oper
ating, long lived clutch; a sturdier
front axle; an entirely new steer
ing mechanism; an easier shifting
And along with these improve,
mcnts, Chevrolet offers a 50
horsepower, six-cylinder motor
four long semi-elliptic springs
four hydraulic shock absorbers
a safety gasoline tank and
an economy of operation not sur
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AT NEW LOW PRICES
with rumble seat .
Window Coupe ,
with rumble seat . . CF fl tF
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA
Chevrolet Trucks from $355 to $695
All prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
IT'S WISE TO 4'PIOOSE A SIX
Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskins, Rhea
creek residents, were visitors here
on Saturday from the sheep ranch,
where things have been moving
along quite well during the fall.
Foster Collins was in Heppner on
Tuesday from his home near Hard
man. Out his way everything has
the appearance of winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bechdolt
were week-end visitors at Heppner
from their farm home near Hard
man. Rather wintry conditions pre
vail out that way fust now.
Karl Beach, Lexington hardware
dealer, was looking after matters of
business in this city on Tuesday
Show starts at T:30 Doors open half hoar earlier. ThMter Phoas 472;
Rome, 535. Admission i Sunday and Monday, lOe and 50c; Taesdaj, Wed
nesday and Thursday, 10c and 25c; Friday and Saturday, Uo and 40a, un
less otherwise advertised.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT jTOTXCS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 :
KENNETH HARLAN, DOROTHY GULLIVER and
SLIM S1TVIMERVILLE in
"UNDER MONTANA SKIES" '
Adventures of a cowboy who plays Godfather to a troupe of
stranded chorus girls. Broadway on the rampage on a Westetrn
Main Street Laughs with Thrills, Love with Music.
Also two reel "Dogvllle" comedy WHO KILLED ROVER?
you should hear these dogs talk.
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, NOV. 28-29:
CLARA BOW in
. "TRUE TO THE NAVY"
With Rex Ball, Harry Green and Frederick March.
A sailor has a sweetie in every port and Clara has a sailor on
every ship. The fun starts when the whole fleet comes in.
Also Cartoon Comedy FIRE BUGS and THE VOICE OF HOLLYWOOD.
SUNDAY-MONDAY, NOV. 30-DEC. 1:
NANCY CARROLL In
i With Lillian Roth and Little Mltza Green.
The sweetest entertainment you've ever seen. Sparkling with
fun and romance. Gay with songs and laughter. Hear the song
hits. Roar at the fun. The story is from "Come Out of the Kit
chen," in which a Southern girl masquerades as a servant in her
own mansion. An Enjoyment Special.
Also two reel comedy, HIS HONOR THE MAYOR, and a Tech
TUES.-WEDS.-THURS., DEC. 2-34:
GEORGE BANCROFT, Mighty ThrlU Master, in
"LADIES LOVE BRUTES"
After "The Wolf of Wall Street," "The Mighty," and "The Thun
derbolt," now "Ladies Love Brutes," Bancroft's greatest None of
his sensational hits equalled this for thrills and smashing action.
Also TRAVELING ALONE. Bargain nights again, 10c and 25c,
December 5 and 6: Maurice Chevalier in THE
BIG POND, with Claudette Colbert.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Nov. 29th and Dec. 1st
GOLD BAR Better by Far.
Regular Size Package.
SOLAR BRAND 8 large slight
ly broken slices
CARNATION BRAND With
China, Quick or Regular
SUN MAH) BRAND
Puffed or Seedless Nectars
15-oz. Package .. JLUC
M & R The Best for Baking.
Lemon or Vanilla
"27 Times Finer than Ordinary
Flour! Do you wonder that
Swandsdown makes better cakes
SNIDER The Old Reliable
Don't Risk Ordinary Soap o
3 for ZDC
Giant Bronze turkey toma for
sale from old toms that weigh 36
to 38 lbs.; will sell the year and a
half old toms for one half the price
I paid for them; they are fine; you
won't find any better. Cora Bur
roughs, lone, Oregon. 37-40
FOR SALE Circulating wood
coal heater In first class condition,
cheap. Pacific Power St Light Com
Jewett car In good runing order,
$75. Jack Casteel, Heppner. S7-Rp.
YOUR CHOICE (Pf
3 for ZDC
FANCY CHERRIES 8-oz. pkg.
FANCY PINEAPPLE 8-oz.
GuaranU'cd to Fop
Alaska Pack Pink
2 Cans for ...
A New Creation in Corn
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