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THEHEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, May 2,1922
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When you k In quest of H new
liloiise keep In mind two phases
"crepe do chine" imd "over the skirt,"
uuil in nil the displays you will find
the blouses repenting tlicm. There
mre runny simple over-tlie-skirt styles
friinlliir to the pretty Mouse shown
(liere, and they Invite the seamstress
10 try her hand at blouse making.
'.I'lils Is maile of a colored crepe, with
white In (he collar and cuffs, orna
mented with stitching of silk lloss mid
trimmed with beads.
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If Mary tins n Utile coat innde of
light velours, no mutter where our
JUury goes the coat will be there sure.
Anyway, It will fit In with any back
(.(round, especially If It happens to be
In 11 light color, as tan, grny, or beige
lund resembles (he cent shown here.
Note the ample lines In this model,
Its generous Ilnrlng sleeve and law
llmlloiifi. For oriiiiniont It has corded
iK'iims ami silk embroidered arrows
jnnd II Is provided with u scarf-collar
ji'lidltig in a (nssel.
AS THE MODE DICTATES
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qiialnlauces In KprliiK suits we meet
with pleasure some tried, old fitends.
In suits of nnvy puliel (will, trimmed
.Willi briild mill buttons. Here Is one of
them, Ihlnt! tip to (lie dictates of the
mode 11s to silhouette, length of eoiit
ami skirt and KiilnliiK new Interest by
virtue of n novel trlnimlinj of loose
Mrnps made of the material. Iliind
of silk braid iihoiit the waist, pass un
der these sirups and sl ball huttoiia
nerve to fasten and adorn the coat.
TYPICAL COAT STYLE
WEEK IS OBSERVED
May 1 Sees Inaugurated First
General Campaign of
Kind in Service.
Without the Postal Service, business
would languish in a day, and be at a
standstill In a week. Public opinion
would die of dry rot. Sectional hutred
or prejudice only would flourish, and
It Is the biggest distinctive business
In the world and It comes nearer to the
Innermost interests of a greater num
ber, of men and women than any other
Institution on earth. No private busi
ness, however widespread, touches so
many lives so often or sharply; no
church reaches Into so many souls,
flutters so many pulses, lias so many
human beings dependent on Its ministrations.
"Postal Improvement Week" has
been set for May 1, by the Postmaster
(leneral. This is the first general cam
paign of Its kind In the Postal 'Service
for several decades. P.usiness men
and their organizations, large users of
tiie mail, newspapers, motion pictures,
advertisers, and the entire organiza
tion of H'JG.OOO postal workers are to be
enlisted in this country-wide campaign
of Interest In postal Improvements.
Your help la vital. Address your let
ters plainly with pen or typewriter.
Give street address. Spell out name
of State, don't abbreviate. Put your
return address In the upper left hand
corner of envelope (not on the back)
and always look at your letter before
dropping In the mall to see If it Is
properly addressed. This care In the
use of the malls Is for your benefit and
speeds up the dispatch and delivery
of mall matter.
If you have any complaints of poor
service make them to your postmaster.
He has instructions to investigate them
and report to the department.
It sticks in human relations like
postage stamps on letters. The
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex
pects it to be used by its postmasters
and employees in dealing with the
Help them in its use betrinninr;
with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT
W'EKK, May 1(1, 102'J.
How do you expect the Postal Clerk
to know whether you mean Trinidad,
California, or Trinidad, Colorado?
ALWAYS SPKI.I. OCT TI1K NAME
OP THE STATE IN FULL IN THE
AIll lt ESS.
This apt phrase was used In Presi
dent Harding's first message to Cri
gress and applies particularly In postal
management where postmasters are
being Impressed with the fact that
they are managers of local branches
of the biggest business In the world.
HERE COMES A STRANGER!
Let's make our post office look neat,
Mr. Postmaster Straighten up the
rural letter box, Mr. Farmer. Tidy
up some, Mr. Iturul Carrier. First
Impressions are lasting Maybe Mr.
Stranger, taking notice of these Im
provements, wilt come hack, bringing
you benefits. Star! these with "POS
TAL IMPKOYK.MKNT WEEK" May
(c), Western Newspaper Union.
HOW JACK STILLWELL
WHIPPED A RATTLESNAKE
Gen. "Sandy" Forsyth's band of
scouts bad been surrounded by Ch'ef
liouian Nose's Cheyennes and in the
sandy bed of the Arlckaree river In
eastern Colorado they were fighting
for their lives one September day lu
1S0S. They had no food; their doc
tor had been killed, and relief must
come soon If they were to be saved.
Forsyth called for volunteers to go to
Fort Wallace, Kan., 100 miles away,
Every unwounded man at once of
fered himself for the perilous journey,
but the general selected Pete Trudeau,
an old hunter, and Jack Stillwell, a
boy of nineteen. When night came
the two scouts started. Taking off
their boots, they walked backward
down the dry river bed in tneir stock
ing feet to deceive any Indiuus who
might come upon their trail.
When morning came they hid In a
dry ravine within sight and sound of
an Indian camp.' They had nothing to
eat or drink, and the sun beat upon
them fiercely all day long. On the morn
ing of the fourth day they found them
selves on the open plain with no cover
Suddenly they came upon the skele
ton of a buffalo surrounded by a rank
growth- of green grass. Into this
scanty refuge Trudeau and Stillwell
hastily crept. They were not a min
ute too soon. A large party of In
dians appeared and halted within a
hundred yards of their hiding place.
The scouts were bugging the ground
when Trudeau heard a hiss In .the
grass In front of him, and a second
later a big rattlesnake crawled slug
gishly out and coiled within a foot
of the scout's head.
Stillwell was chewing tobacco,
and just before the snake sounded
his deadly rattle, the young scout
leaned forward and shot the spray
of tobacco Juice squarely Into the
open jaws and eyes of the reptile.
The rattler could not stand such a
dose. He crawled hastily away. The
Indians soon passed on without dis
covering the scouts. Stillwell's lucky
shot had saved their lives.
Forty-eight hours later the two men
renched Fort Wallace. Trudeau was
completely broken by his terrible ex
perience and he died a few days later,
hut when the relief expedition left
Fort Wallace the undaunted Stillwell
rode at Its head. He lived to become
a judge In Texas and a leading figure
In that state until his death a fews
years ago. 1
WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS
YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED
AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY
The Dead Letter Office has hern In
existence ever since lien Franklin
started our postal service. Even then
people addressed mail to Mr. Ezekiel
Smithers, "Atlantic Coast," and ex
pected lien to know Just where Zeke
Perhaps they had Zeke's address in
letters up In the garret, maybe a chest
full of 'em, but then It was easier to
let Ben hunt Zeke. Today people are
addressing letters to John Smith, New
York, N. Y., or Chicago, 111., thinking
Uncle Sam can locate him, which is
just as Incomplete as was Zeke's ad
dress of yore. The Postoffice Depart
ment asks you to put the number and
street in the address. It helps you.
Case Bus & Transfer Co.
We Thank you for past patronage and solicit a
continuance of the same. Our best service is for
you. Leave orders at Case Furniture Co. or
Phone Main 393
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you renew that Fire Insurance
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F. R Brown Agent For Morrow County
Phone Office 642, Res'. 29F14. Heppher, Or.
The Eats That are
We make it our business to sell meats for eats that are real
treats. And we don't comply with thei food laws because It is
compulsory we do it because we want, and expect to get good
service and fair treatment from merchants and professional
men with whom we deal, and because we know it is our busi
ness to sell only the best.
For breakfast, lunch, or dinner we can supply your wants, no
matter how elaborate or how conservative. We have arrang
ed to fill all orders and would like to see your meat order.
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At Starkey's Electrical Store
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Ibini; ipilte new. Xuie that Its lines
lire Mniialit, Its k'ivu's roomy mu
louse. Its pilli'li pixkets liirctv Its bolt
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le nssiiriil tlmt It I'liilnulle (be liluh
ihils In ibe lie Miles,
A l Cats Look Alike
II prices read about the same
- t there is often a wide gap
e!v cn what you expect
a- .1 what you get
' .;;. .! compare our prices with
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Buy With Your Eyes Open
When you buy a piano you
don't make a selection on
You want to see it. You
want to hear it played.
Above all, you want a
piano that you know by
name. You want to buy it
from a store you know.
Buying a piano is, for
most folks, an event.
Buying food, wearing ap
parel and household needs is
an everyday occurrence..
But, there is no reason
why you should not get the
same full value for your
money. You can. .
, Good clothes, good tools,
good shoes, good soap are
advertised by the mamiiac
turer because he' MAKES
Your merchant here has
these goods. He bciiev, in
them. He backs up hi? :nth
by advertising them. ..
o;ul the' advertisement s. They keep you abreas
tV tt'-H's. They show you how to better your surror
i;:.r- Ti.'i yourself. They teach you how to save tin
and ,i the t:n-t out of what you spend.