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THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
rr Tuesday, May 8, 1923
J. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
J " .J. J """" 1 J I
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Postoffice
A TTORN E Y-AT-LA W
Office in Court House
WOODSON & SWEEK
A general hospital of seventy six
beds for tho treatment of medical
and surgical diseases. Special depart
ment for obstetric cases.
Drs. Reuter, Thompson
We cater to the trade of
those who apprecite good
work and demand their
money's worth when or
dering printing. We do
not try to underbid any
one; we simply give first
class service at a reason
able profit and know,
the man who charges you
less gives you less, and
the one who charges you
more simply makes a
bigger profit than we do.
Whatever your business,
the demand for neatly
printed stationery guar
antees a profitable invest
ment. Prompt delivery is
another claim we make.
PENDLETON AXD THE DAISES
in Internal Medicine for the
past twelve years
DOES XOT OPERATE
Will be at The Dalles Monday, May
14th, Dalles Hotel, and at Pendleton,
Tuesday, May loth, Dorion Hotel.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni
OXE DAY ONLY
is a medium of service
when cash is scarce.
Articles you don't need
may be sold or ex
changed for the things
you do need.
Case Furniture Co.
Unusual values in our
No Charge for Consultation
DR. A. D. McMURDO
PHYSICIAN and SURG RON
Office Paltorson's Drug Store
KARGL & HURLEY
For homes in or near
i The Dalles, Oregon
Our Pries Are Right
320 E. Second St. Main 1061
75c & $1.00
Over Case Furniture Co.
Same K. Vn Vac'or
II. R. ltnller
Van VACTOR & BUTLER
A I TOUMOYS-AT-I, A W
Suite 301 First National Itank Bldg.
the daimom, oi:i.;ov.
THREE SCHOOLS UNITE IV
DINNER AND ENTERTAINMENT
On Sunday, April 22, after the
closing of school in district 53 an en
tertainment was given by the com
bined schools of districts 53, 6 and
Preceding tho program a bounti
ful dinner was served by the patrons
of the three districts. After the en
tertainment ice cream was provided
by district 53.
Miss Fay Henry, Miss Etta Devins
and Mrs. Anna Heiny are the teach
ers of the three schools.
About 100 people wore present,
all of whom agreed that such gather
ings should be held oftener.
WATERS & ANDERSON
H It 10 INSURANCE
C. C. Patterson
Plume 38 11. We have money to loan
FRED J. BAUER
Agent far Pacific Illdg. & Loan Ass'n
-General Real Kstato and Insurance..
100 1 2 East Second Street
THE DAM.EH, orkuon
What Is "Sheffield Pl.ite"7
Tlie pioeeMM of weldliiK silver plates
on Imlli Hides of a copper sheet took
the name of "Shelllchl plate" f rum the
English lown. Electroplating xuvr
soiled (his practice, and today the
term Is used rcelilesxly In the trade,
lor products of superior and Inferior
H ; ; 1 1 1 1 y nlike, because It conveys n
Mi:';:os!loM of "ipiallly" to the buyer
l'll'ly per cent of Hie niaiiiil'nchirers,
In conference Willi Ihe federal trade
conuiiKsion, have condemned lids
jiractlce, dellued the word as mean
ing "an article well plated mi a base
metal of nickel silver of m -i 1,-s Hum
ll per cent nlcKel content," and
lU'.rcd to abide by this definition In
I heir own business. The federal trade
commission Is Inclined to disapprove
of the use of the word as a trade
name or niarU for silver-plated hoi-low-ware-,
irrespective of dcllultlon,
hCuotlll. i iii.n-L-Mti
POltTXAM) SOCIAIi NOTE
Utile Miss Shirley Sue Steezes, 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Y. Steezes of No. 5127 70th
street, celebrated her birthday on
March 28 with a party at her home.
Her guests were little Misses Elenor
and Agnes llessimer, Elaine Arm
strong, Charles Corder Jr., Homer
Cordor and Iter sister Kui.li. A color
scheme of pink and white was car
ried out, even to the color of the lit
tle hostess' dress and the icing on
tho big birUiday cake. The little
folks had a delightful afternoon.
The Colder children mentioned
above are grandchildren of Mr. and
Mrs. Georga Aiken of Heppner.
Judge (to defendant) Do you
want to challenge any member of the
Ex-Prize Fighter. Ah ain't feel
in' jes' right, Judge, but Ah don't
mind goln' a couple of renin's with
that fat genmuin in the co'ner.
A WKshlnion man, visiting Rich
mond, look n Kicat fancy to a brlxht
eyed little darky who polished Ids
stuns. Shortly after he became In
terested In the little oluip, the Wash
ington (nun asked his mime.
"Gen, Hub," was I lie reply.
After a few moments of silence the
Wiishlnctoninn continued, "I suppose
that l n abbreviation for General?"
The word "abbreviation" stumped
the little fellow for a while, but tie
recovered himself, "No, sub," he said,
"It ain't exactly Hint. Sly shore
mouth iiHine Is Genesis , 83. So
hall my right eousness answer for me
In II ne to come Washington Joium,
but 1 ey Jest culls lue Gen to' shoV
l'b;. . lentils Lodger,
MAKING GOOD AMERICANS
PI RI'OSi: OF V. R. C.
(Published by request)
"Next to serving the I'nlou veter
an and his dependent ones, our most
important work is that of teaching
Americanism. When it comes direct
ly to our teaching patriotism, this
branch alone has assumed such tie
mendous proportions that it has be
come necessary to lay greater stress
on Americanization. During the
many ears that our doors have
stood wide open for the men and
women of other lands, thousands
have taken advantage of the oppor
tunity to live here and enjoy our
rights and privileges. Of these num
bers the majority have become
American In only one sense of the
word; they live here and work for
the American dollar. Further than
this they might bo In their own
country, so far as their living Is con
cerned. Most cities have foreign set
tlements, where it Is very easy to
imagine one's self in another hind.
"Statistics have shown that Amer
ica stands eleventh in literacy due
largely to the vast number of these
foreign born, who have not thought
enough of their adopted homo to
learn its language. These people
must be taught the meaning of out
Flag and the principles for which It
stands. Teach them that it hold:
protection only for those who live
bete and obey our laws. It is not
only necessary to teach them to read
and write the American language,
but many must be taught how to
think American. Let us go among
them and make them know we are
friendly and wish to lend a helping
hand. Show them the advantages
our laws hold for them. Teach them
that in measuring their ideas of liv
ing up to our Constitution, they
must keep in m,ind the purpose for
which the Constitution was adopted
equal advantages for everybody;
to establish justice; insure domestic
tween groups of people or sections
of country; to do everything for the
promotion of justice; work for laws
that will benefit the mass rather
than the individual or group of indi
viduals, Make it plain to them that
this Is a government of laws, and the
laws must be obeyed, whether they
are to their liking or not. Make it
so plain that they will want to hp-
como citizens in the true sense of the
word, ready to defend the Constitu
tion of the United States first, last
and always. When speaking of
Americanization our thoughts natur
ally revert to the foreigner, but let !
us not stop there. Many native-born
Americans have a mistaken idea as
to what constitutes a good American.
With some it is difficult to see that
the righs of he American people as
a whole must take preference over
an act that would benefit a compara
tive few, and it is here that we need
to put forth an extra effort that such
people may realize the true meaning
of our Constitution."
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon.
He visits professionally the more
important towns and cities and of
fers to all who call on this trip free
consultation, except the expense of
treatment when desired.'
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adnoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and recta'l ail
ments. If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any
better, do not fail to call, as impor
per measures rather than disease are
very often the cause of your long
Remember above date, that con
sultation on this trip will be free
and that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Address: 336 Boston Blocfc, Min
neapolis, Minn. 52-2
XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County, admin
istrator of the estate of Caldona
Sperry, deceased, and all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased are hereby required to
present the same with the proper
vouchers, to said administrator at
lone, Oregon, or to the law office of
Jos. J. Nys, his attorney, at Heppner,
Oregon, within six months from the
Dated this 1st day of May, 1923.
Department of the Inferior
Land Office at The Dalles, Ore.
March 28, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that Evan
C. Stoneman, of Hardman, Ore., who,
on Mar. 24, 1920, made Additional
Homestead Entry, No. 021556, for
EVa NW4, NE"4 SW4, Section 32,
Township 5 South, Range 24' East
vvmameuo Meridian, nas riled no
tice of intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before J. A. Watcrsl
united btates Commissioner, at
Heppner, Ore, on the 12th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harvey Harshman, of Eightmile,
Lotus Robinson, of Hardman, Ore.
Raymond Steers, of Hardman,
Tilden Williams, of Hardm?n,
J. W. DONNELLY,
Send Us Your
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FluIHC post card orinalet
terand we will mail
free and postpaid, a sample copy of
the most wonderful magazine pub- I
iisueu. 10U page and 400 pictures
every month, that will entertain
every member of the family.
It contains interesting and instructive arti
cles on the Home, Farm, Shop and Office
the newest developments in Radio. Avia
tion, Automobile and Garage. Each issue
contains something to interest everybody.
We do not employ subscription solicitors so
you will not be urged to subscribe and you
are not obligating yourself in the least in
asking for a free sample copy. We
gladly send it to prospective readers. If
you like it you can buy a copy every
month from any newsdealer or send us
your subscription $3.00 for one year.
Popular Mechanics Company
200-214 C Ontario Stmt, CHICAGO, ILL.
Popular Mechanic bvQdinq u desotei
txciutUely la llu troavatom of iMt
OF INTEREST TO THE.
For the latest and best in
and WOMEN'S WEAR
Mrs. LG. Herren
fiV Arlington 9:00 a.m.. 2:i0 p.m.
Lv. Heppner 9:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m.
We meet eastbound trains
Nos. 2 and 18
Your Patronage Solicited
O.H. McPHERRI.V R.E. BURKE
Phone Main 1082
Kirk Bus & Transfer Co.
Wm. M. KIRK, Proprietor
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 664
Leave Orders at' Hotel Patrick.
BAGGAGE. EXPRESS. FRETGHT.
COUNTRY TRIPS & GENERAL HAULING
at Thomson Bros, for
Boys' and Girls' School Wear
OUR Assortment of Boys'
and Girls' footwear for
the school season were never
Boy's and Girl's Shoes $3.00 to $5.00
Boy's and Girl's Sweaters $2.50 up
Boy's Knicker Suits $8.50 to $ 1 5.00
Boy's and Girl's Windsor Ties ,35c - .50c
Boy's and Girl's Blouses $1.00 and $1.25
School Hose 25c - 35c - 50c
Heppner ... Oregon
We are fully stocked with all kinds of
chicken feed from baby chicks to laying hens
Don't overlook the fact that your poultry
needs shell and grit as well as food.
Supply Your Poultry
at Our Store
Inside of the vault of the bank are located
the individvual Safe Deposit Boxes main
tained for those forehanded people who want
the BEST OF PROTECTION for their
valuables. Bonds, stocks, insurance policies,
mortgages, records, receipts, jewelry, trink
ets, etc, deserve better protection than they
receive when kept in an office safe, tin box
or hidden away somewhere.
This bank has these Safe Deposit Boxes
for rent at the rate of two dollars a year and
up, according to the size of the box. It offers
you the opportunity to keep your valuables
where it keeps its own. Rent a Safe Deposit
Box today, for the number now vacant is
Farmers and Stockgrowers
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