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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1931.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tamblyn mo
tored to Portland to attend the
O. S. C.-Unlversity of Colorado foot
ball game Saturday. They were ac
companied to the city by Hanson
Hughes and John Parker, the lat
ter going on to Eugene to enter the
University of Oregon as a sopho
more. W. W. Smead, J. W. Hiatt and
Chas. Thomson will leave Saturday
for Portland to be in attendance at
the grand lodge of the Oregon do
main, Knights of Pythias, which
convenes there Tuesday. Mr. Smead
and Mr. Hiatt are the official dele
gates of Doric lodge No. 20 of this
Earl Hallock, former cashier of
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
bank, of Shaniko, and his mother,
Mrs. Delia Hallock of Rockaway,
enjoyed a short visit with Hcppner
friends Saturday. Earl came over
from Shaniko to clerk the Fred Lu
cas sale at Lexington Friday.
Orrin Bisbee departed Sunday
morning for Palo Alto, Cal., to re
sume his studies as a senior at
Stanford university, majoring In
foreign commerce. Orrin last year
was awarded membership in Phi
Delta Kappa, national honorary
Roy Ohleschlager and brothers
Philip and Edwin came up from
The Dalles the last of the week for
a hunting trip, reporting no luck.
Roy, engine wiper here for the O.
W, R. & N. company for several
years, enjoyed greeting many old
Henry Blahm, former Morrow
county farmer now residing at Wal
la Walla, arrived safely in the city
yesterday evening, looking hale and
hearty, and has been enjoying a
visit with old friends while trans
acting some business.
John Hiatt and Earl Hunt were
among lucky nlmrods Sunday, each
bagging a big deer near the head of
Skinner creek. Mr. Hiatt's deer
weighed 202 pounds hog-dressed
over the Peoples Hardware com
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nickerson,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Marter and
Mr. and Mrs. "Buck" Bigbee, the
latter of Portland, returned Monday
evening from a hunting trip in the
Desolation country with three fine
HELL'S ANGELS Besides the
sheer magnificence of a part of this
picture, all stage spectacles and co
lossal circuses become puny Star
theater Sunday, Monday and Tues
day. Lost Gold ring, with round, dark
set, has an eagle with arrow thru
breast Finder return to this of
fice and receive reward in excess
of value of ring. 28-30
The ladies of the Episcopal aux
iliary will serve meals each day of
teachers' institute, October 8 and
9, at the Parish house; 40c a plate.
Howard Hughes' Thrilling Air
Spectacle HELL'S ANGELS, with
Jean Harlow at Star Theater Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday.
Roderick Thomson and Stephen
Thompson left the last of the week
for Corvallis to again take up their
studies at Oregon State college.
Glen Casteel has left for Eugene
to enter his sophomore year at the
University of Oregon, as a major in
Croquinole and Combination per
manent waves Special, starting
Oct 5, Chapin's Beauty Shop, phone
Nat and Paul Webb of Walla
Walla were transacting business in
this city yesterday.
Permanent wave special, $5 and
$6, starting Oct. 5. Chapin Beauty
Shop, phone 1112.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer
were Portland visitors the first of
Gilliam 6 Bisbee
We have it,' will get it,
or it is not made
Our stock is complete
in Bolts, Clevises, Sin
glet rees, Header
Tents, Canteens, Wa
ter Bags, Camp Pots,
Who wants a Maytag
Washer on easy terms
or a Majestic Range.
Don't overlook any
thing for the farm,
ranch, camp or home,
GILLIAM & BISBEE
John Pieper, pioneer farmer of
x lepers canyon, was looking after
matters of business in this city on
Saturday. John thinks it is now
just the proper time to be getting
some much needed rains, that the
fall work on the farms might be
Bert Johnson and Mavor Louv
of lone were visitors in Heppner
ior a snort time today. Mr. Louy,
who has been indisoosed for a num
ber of weeks, is slowly regaining
Amone fortunate hunters from
Heppner this week was Leonard
Schwarz who returned from the
woods yesterday with a 160-pound
Sam Hughes returned home the
first of the week from an extended
visit in the east which took him to
the old home in Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quacken
bush were Heppner visitors Satur
day from the farm on upper Rhea
W. P. Mahoney' and son, P. W.
Mahoney, made a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lieuallen of
Rhea creek were in the citv on Sat
MRS. ELLA FARRENS.
Many friends of Rev. and Mrs.
B. Stanley Moore and Mr. Moore's
mother joined in giving them a
farewell reception Friday evening.
Mr. Moore delivered a farewell ad
dress and Mrs. J. W. Stevens gave
a talk on our appreciation of their
services here among us. Mrs. Hen
ry Coats gave a few musical num
bers, after which games were play
ed for a few hours. A pot-luck
dinner was served at twelve o'clock.
All pronounced it a very pleasant
evening. At Mr. Moore's earnest
request that we endeavor to con
tinue with the work he has started
here, Sunday School was organized
and a number of people have en
rolled in the Bible Study class.
Bill Devore came over from Pen
dleton and spent the week end vis
iting his father B. F. Devore who
returned home with him to make
an extended visit.
Owen Bleakman, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleakman, was
one of the fortunate hunters this
season. He arrived home Saturday
with a 0-pound buck.
Miss Marjorie Montgomery spent
the week end visiting in Portland.
Mrs. George Samuels has been
on the sick list this week.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Adams enter
tained a number of guests Sunday
afternoon. The time was spent in
singing songs with Mrs. Henry
Coats'at the piano. Those present
were: Mrs. Ted Burnside, Marvin,
Brannon, Mrs. Henry Coats, Mrs.
Owen Leathers, Corda Saling, Mrs.
Hubert MacDonald and daughter,
Willetta Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Farrens and daughters, Dolly and
Lucile, Miss Billy Leathers, Mr. and
Mrs. Harlan Adams and children,
besides the host and hostess and
their children, Lois, Charlotte and
Frank Glasscock and son Harold
of La Grande were visiting Mrs.
Fred Ashbaugh a few days this
Murl Insley of Salem was visiting
his aunt, Mrs. West Stevens, a few
days this week.
Mrs. Golda Leathers and daugh
ter, Mrs. La Velle White, were Lex-
npton people visiting Mr. and Mjg.
cut: TO .
For.i apply b.tw.n paints In
(xcept oait of Ogdsn), Nevada,
California, Montana (wast of and
Including Butt and Havro), Wyo
ming (wait of and Including
Granger), and lome point! In
Brlllih Columbia. Minimum adult
far 30 cents. Children half fare.
GOING: OCT. 9, 10, 11
RETURNING: OCT. 19
(Horn by midnight that data)
ROUND TRIP FARES
100 200 SOO 1000
MILES MILES MILES MILES
AWAY AWAY AWAY AWAY
2.16 4.32 10.80 21.60
Tickets good on all trains and In
all cars. In Standard and Tourist
Sleepers, add regular sleeping
Use this for
Seattle, October 10
Ask local agent
Lew Knighten this week end. Sun
day Mrs. Knighten, Mrs. Leather
and Mrs. White were dinner guests
at a family reunion dinner given
at Mrs. Fred Ashbaugh'.
Mrs. Ted Burnside spent several
days visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Musgrave
and Mrs. J. W. Stevens were trans
acting business in Heppner Satur
day. Mrs. Mildred McDaniel spent &
few days last week visiting at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Elmer
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleakman
were business visitors in Heppner
one day this week.
ALMA NEILL, Correspondent
Charley Bartholomew who has
been in Montana and St Paul for
some time returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neill made a
business trip to Heppner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Wattenburger
and children also Miss Elsie Strain
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Young Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Bartholomew of Hepp
ner is visiting at the home of her
son, Charley Bartholomew.
The Pine City freshman class
was initiated last week by the up
perclassmen. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill visited
their son, Clarence Neill, who lives
at New Bridge, Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Neill's
father, returned home with them
Mrs. H. E. Young, who has been
staying at the home of Mrs. Al
Hiatt in Echo, returned home Sat
urday. Mrs. Polly Fowler of Echo stayed
at the W. D. Neill home during the
absence of Mr. and Mrs. Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morehead
made a business trip to Stanfleld
Hugh and Harold Neill and Bert
Corbin spent Sunday at the Roy
Marion Finch went to Pendleton
Wednesday where he took the driv
er's and chauffeur's license examination.
Mrs. O'Brien and children visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ralph Neill spent the week end at
the home of his uncle, Roy Neill.
A party was given at the Pine
City auditorium Friday evening,
Sept 25. A large crowd attended
and a good time was had by all.
Refreshments of cake, punch, sand
wiches and pickles were served.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bartholomew
and daughetr Lila visited in Hepp
MRS. W. C. ISOM.
Chas. Beneflel and two sons, Bert
and Elmer, and Frank Frederick
son motored to Lexington to attend
the auction sale at the Fred Lucas
Mrs. Lorenzen and her brother-
in-law, G. F. Lorenzen, returned
from The Dalles, Wednesday, where
iney naa been for the past two
Robert Smith, Belle and Jose
phine Frederickson, Ellen .Goodwin
and Florence Brace left for Dale
Friday on a camping trip.
A band concert will be given in
the big auditorium Friday night
and those in charge are hoping
ror a good crowd, tveryone wel
come. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Dawald mo
tored to Shelton Park to spend the
Frank Leicht left Friday for Jo
seph to again try his luck for a
Mrs. Jess Alien and Mrs. Fred
Markham were Hermiston visitors
Ollie Coryell and uncle, G. F. Lor
enzen, left for Joseph Saturday for
a week's hunting.
James Warner accompanied by
nis Drotner are over in the John
Day country on an extended visit
Mr. and Mrs. Boulware, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Warner and Mrs.
James Warner attended the ser
vices and basket dinner at the Me
thodist church at Hermiston Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler Jr.
of Umatilla and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Isom were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Isom Sunday.
SEPTEMBER FALL BARGAIN.
A beautiful blanket free with each
mattress from $7.50 value up. Home
of Deep Sleep and Beauty Rest
mattresses. Case Furniture Co.
Don't forget Permanent Wave
Special, Chapin's Beauty Shop,
ON OUR MENU
afford a delicately
for your diet.
Prepared to your
order the way
you like them.
ED CHENN, Prop.
WE can never be sure just what
makes an infant restless, but
the remedy can always be the same.
Good old Castorial There's comfort
in every drop of this pure vegetable
preparation, and not the slightest
harm in its frequent use. As often as
Baby has a fretful spell, is feverish,
or cries and can't sleep, let Castoria
soothe and quiet him. Sometimes it's
a touch of colic. Sometimes constipa
tion. Or diarrhea a condition that
should always be checked without
delay. Just keep Castoria handy, and
give it promptly. Relief will follow
very promptly; if it doesn't, you
should call a physician.
WOMEN: watch your
What should women do to keep their
bowels moving freely? A doctor
should know the answer. That is why
pure Syrup Pepsin is so good for
women. It just suits their delicate
organism. It is the prescription of an
old family doctor who has treated
thousands of women patients, and
who made a special study of bowel
It is fine for children, too. They
love its taste. Let them have it every
time their tongues are coated or their
skin is sallow. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin is made from fresh laxative
herbs, pure pepsin and other harm
When you've a sick headache,
can't eat, are bilious or sluggish;
and at the times when you are most
apt to be constipated, take a little of
this famous prescription (all drug
Stores keep it ready in big bottles),
and you'll know why Dr. Caldwell s
Syrup Pepsin is the favorite laxative
of over a million women!
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These essential transportation require
ments are fulfilled by our service and
more it is also DEPENDABLE.
$10,000 Cargo Insurance
for your protection.
John Day Valley Freight Line
M. VENABLE, Manager. Office B E. May St Phone 1S6S
Game Revenue Less;
Fight Hunting Accidents
(From St'-tte Game Commission)
A drop of $60,000 in total revenues
of the Oregon State Game commis
sion from the high total of $450,000
of last year, will be recorded at the
end of the department's fiscal year
September 30, according to H. L.
Moreland, chief clerk. Most of the
622 agents selling hunters' and ang
lers' licenses have responded
promptly with their returns, but the
total for 1931 will not exceed $390,
000. Expenses have been curtailed in
all departments, only the most es
sential work being continued and
substantial savings have been made.
Activity of leading sportsmen in
each county to stimulate license
sales is expected to partially offset
the disastrous slump which threat
ens continuance of fish and game
Hunting fatalities are increasing
so rapidly that immediate action is
to be taken to enforce the laws,
Captain Charles H. McClees of the
is always SAFE
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
NLESS you see the name Baver
and the word genuine on the package
as pictured above you can never be
sure that you are taking the genuine
Bayer Aspirin that thousands of
physicians prescribe in their daily
The name Bayer means gettutns
Aspirin. It is your guarantee of
purity; your protection against the
imitations. Millions of users have
proved that it is safe.
Genuine Bayer Aspirin promptly
Sore Throat Lumbago
No hawnfui after-effects follow its
ue. It does not depress the heart.
Oregon State Police, informed the
game department today. One of
the laws is to the effect that no
person who has killed a person
while hunting may ever hunt again
in Oregon and possession of a hunt
ing license does not reinstate the
right to carry firearms.
Records of the state game de
partment are being checked to see
that no hunting licenses are issued
to persons who have killed others
while hunting, but even if a license
is issued, these persons are violat
ing section 72-103 Oregon Code 1930
which prohibits them from carry
BIG FIRE SALE of Women's
ready-to-wear and millinery, con
tinues at the Gurdane building.
Goods are moving fast at bargain
prices. Curran Hat Shop.
Begining Oct 1st, water bills are
due and paable by the 10th of each
month, and I have been instructed
by the City Council that all bill
must be paid by the 15th of the
month or service will be discontin
ued. W. E. PRUYN, Water Supt
Run G.-T. Want Ad.
WESTLAND ntSIOATIOH DISTRICT
Notice Is hereby given that the board
of directors of the Westland Irrigation
District, acting as a board of eouaiiza
tion. will meet at the office of the sec
retary of the district in Hermiston,
Oregon, on the first Tuesday in Octo
ber, 1931. at 8:00 o'clock P. M.. for the
purpose of reviewing and correcting
the assessment and apportionment of
taxes for the year 1931.
J. W. MESSNER.
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HERE'S REAL NEWS!
THE ATRACTTVE NEW
FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
are here, selling at prices less than at any time II
for the last 10 years. II
The colors are beautiful in new shades of blue and autumn II
brown. . . . The tailoring is exquisite. ...
SUITS - $22.50 to 29.85
O'COATS - $15, $22.50, $27.50
Same quality suits sold for $30 and $35
a year ago. '
THE STORE OF PERSONAL SERVICE I
Welcome to U-H Club Fair : Heppner October lOth
an all time
NEW LOW PRICE
For this Pine grade
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