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About Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1920)
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
S. E. NOTSON
ATTOH X E Y-AT-I.AW
Office in Court House
DR. R. J. VAUGHAN
1 Permanently located in Odd
DR. A. D. McMURDO
J'HYNICIAX anil SUIGEO.Y
Office Patterson's Drug Store
WOODSON & SWEEK
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
ATTOUX EY-AT-T,A W
First National Bank Bldg.
F. A. McMENAMIN
Office Phone Main 643
Residence Phone Main 665
DR. CLYDE R. WALKER
PHYSICIAN' and SVRGEON
WATERS & ANDERSON
C. C. Patterson
x HEPPNER, OREGON
I am prepared to take a limited
number of maternity cases at my
home in east Heppner and assure
best attention to all patients. Write
or phone, MRS. G. C. AIKEN, Hepp
ner, Or., Box 142. Phone 396. 23tf
"PERMANENT AS THE PYRAMIDS"
Concrete Pipe Company
Sewer and Water Pipe
Hollow Silo Blocks
1003 North 10th St
Phone 467 Walla Walla, Wash.
"In Every Respect"
says the Good Judge
You get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction from the Real
Tobacco Chew than you ever
got from the ordinary kind.
The good tobacco taste
latfs so long a small chew
of this class of tobacco lasts
much longer than a big chew
of the old kind. That's why
it costs less to use.
Any man who has used both
kinds will tell you that.
Put up in two styles
CUT is a lng fine-cut tobacco
R 1(1 1 IT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
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Mi Aire ftl Aihm. Props.
YOU ARE WE L CO M K
A GREAT HELP
4T SUPPOSE you do your own
J- washing, ma'am?" inquired the
"Yes, I do, although I don't see that
It's any of your business," re
plied Sirs. Curfew, with some warmth.
'I suppose you'll
be telling me that
statistics for a
reau, or maybe
for the state
board of health.
It seems that
are greatly inter
ested in family
and every day or
t W n snrrmhl
comes along asking impertinent ques
tions as to how many children I have,
and my maiden name before I was
married, and whether there's Insanity
In the family.
"I'm sick and tired of answering
such questions. If my old friends
want to dig Into my family history,
I'll give thorn all the information they
want, although I may consider tin Ir
conundrums in bud taste, but when a
perfect stranger comes along and asks
me if I do my own washing, I feel that
the line must be drawn somewhere.
Kvery jack in ofllce asks questions. It
used to be that the assessor would
come to the door nnlltolv nn.i I...........
."w liiuuj nogs we Kept, and take our
estimate of the value of our prop
erty without looking as though he
knew we ought to be prosecuted for
perjury. But now he must know the
color of your grandfather's side whis
kers, and If you tell him that you keep
no dogs he goes out and looks under
the house, and In the hnrn, and when
he comes back he warns you that the
penalties for giving false Information
"Mr. Curfeuj says that the next
time the assessor comes, he Is going
to throw him over the bnck fence ami
kick him down the alley for a dis
tance of seven blocks, and I hope he'll
keep his word."
"I didn't mean to offend you," said
the stranger. "I'm Introducing a wash
ing powder that saves half the labor,
lUid dispenses with soap altogether
With this marvelous powder n wonmU
.can do the week's washing and have
Jier clothes hung on the H?e, !nsk!e of
"Well, mister,- you take a package
;of your marvelous powder down to
!lhe creek, and give yourself a good
scrubbing, for you look ns though you
hail been fishing out of somebody's
dustbin. Your whiskers are full of
'sawdust, and your face Is covered
with grime. If you were Intrndmitig
bituminous coal, there might be some
exmse for your appearance, but n
man. wbi Is selling wuhlttg powder
Kiitlit to ! like the driven timv, or
nobody will have cimllilehee In Mm.
' "And f wouldn't have anything t
do with y uir washing powder If yon
offered to bring me a wngiml.'nd fur
twenty cents, t make my own mi
of lye aii'l grens,., ami although It
Imi'i Indorsed by the rrnwnH heads
of KiiMpe, r by prelate or vbv pre
blent", It's the het snap ever tiuide.
and I know the Ingredients are whole
"ini even If ihey don't roii. prise
b.irks and buds mid healing lierl.s,
"When I ne my on n soap, I fctimv
the tluiiu-" I weti'l be a ,y the
Witr-e fur It, bin (n Mii-lihu .,d'T
..rd by ML'eiit" lire fuele .f it'i:itii!te
and lunar rim-sic. nnd a i:ir ..nee
I1-Id Willi tin til Will Dewr be f.t
to I;-' iig iltt.
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ly to lo.i!..' i'ih ll.ii.il l-nt-li ..f .ip,
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I Human hn ihn' ktt bow to a
Wc have made some drastic
cuts on a variety of articles of
every day use from our stock.
is to convert into money sever
al lines which we will discon
tinue handling in the future.
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER
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For a Limited Time
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