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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1912)
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Our Store Policy
has always been to carry the standard and desira
ble goods in every line. That is why we chose
Kodaks for our photographic department. We
felt sure from careful investigation that these were
the goods that should be offered our customers.
From our years of experience we now know that
we were right.
Our sales of the
3A FOLDING POCK
have been particularly satisfactory
to us because these cameras have
proved so satisfactory to our cus
tomers. Pictures post card size 3 1-4
x 5 1-2. Fast lenses, splendid shut
ter quality all through.
Our Confidence Justified.
If the name Eastman had not been behind them, we would
have been afraid that there was something beside the price that
was cheap, when the Brownie Cameras first came out. But they
were made by Kodak workmen in the Kodak factories. Tha(t
was enough to satisfy us, and the results have more than justi
fied our confidence.
We don't nnderstand how the Kodak people do it at the
price, but here's their
No. 2 Brownie
For 21-2x4 1-4 pictures,
Works just like a Kodak
and makes wonderfully good
pictures; other Brownies,
$1.00 to $12.00
PATTERSON & SON
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The Heppner Gnzette, Established March 30, 1883
he Heppner limes, established iNov. ia, lay
Consolidated February 15. 1912.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, - Editor and Proprietor
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Thursday, March 28 1912
Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been surprised and delighted
with the prompt relief afforded by
applying Chamberlain's) Liniment.
Not one case of rheumatism in ten
requires anv internal treatment
whatever. This lininmnt is for
sale by Patterson & Son
I am a oandidute for the nomination
for County Sohool Suerintendent at
the Republican Primary Election to
be held Anril 19, 1912. If nominated
and elected, I shall continue to work
for the advancement of the educa
tional interests of the county.
S. E. NOTSON.
Heppner has been visited the past
week by three out of the five candi
dates asking for the republican nomi
nation for congressman from this dis
trict. Judge Ellis, Jerry Rusk audi
Nick Sinnott have each in turn ad
dressed our people and presented rea
sons for the support of their candidacy.
This paper has not changed Its odd
ion so far and we believe that the
Ellis sentiment ia strong enough to
give that gentleman a good lead in the
vote at tbe primary. Mr. Rusk in
vites an investigation of his record in
the Oregon legislature, but in this he
is evidently not slue ere, as close in
vestigation of that record will do him
more harm than good. As to Mr.
binnott, bis record in this respect is
of the best, fie was especially strong
in the support of all measures in the
interests of the farmers, and an in-
vestigaion of his labors in the state
senate for bis two terms will only
add to his strength as a candidate.
Had Judge Ellis not entered the race,
there is but little doubt that Mr.
Sinnott would receive the nomination
and if he does win he will make a
strong man for the place. As to Mr.
Rusk we cannot believe much in him.
He is a little too prolific in promises.
A good game of base ball will be
pulled off tomorrow afteronon between
lone High Sohool and Heppner High
at the schoolhouse grounds. . There
snould be a large turnout at this in
itial game of tbe season and give the
lads a good send off. There should
be many interesting games between
these two teams this season, and the
arranging of a game for a week day
instead of Sunday should receive sub- j
stantial encouragement at least from
that portion of our citizens who are
opposed to the Sunday games. Show
your faith by your works.
Candidate before the Republican
Party of Morrow and Umatilla
Counties for the office of
A strict and impartial enforec
ment of the laws of Oregon."
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row County 1
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In our last issue, Sunt. Notson call
ed attention to the Industrial Educa'
tion Contests and set out the list of
articles on which prizes are to be
awarded. It is noted from this
article that the contestants are to be
divided into two classes, those over 12
years of age to constitute class A and
those 12 and under, class B. The
prices will be worth 15. $3, $2 and SI
in each class for chicken raising
For other articles there will be thiee
prizes in each class, and thev will be
worth At least $3. $2 and SI, and a de
tailed list was also glveu. This in
dustrial educational contest means a
great deal to our people and it should
be pushed vigorously from now on so
that manv worthy productions may be
ready by the time of our district fair.
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Hon. N. J. Sinnott visited Heppner
Tueadav and Wednesday of this week
in the interest of his candidacy for
Congress Mr. Sinnott is a man of
sterling qualities and is making a
dignified canvas. He impressed the
people of this section as being mighty
trood timber for the place he seeks,
and he has a record baok of him as a
member of the state Senate that needs
no apologies. He made good there.
Mr. Sinnott went to Heimiston from
IAS. P. NEAL
Republican Candidate for District
Attorney before the primaries, April
If I am nominated and elected I
will, during my term of office, en
deavor to enforce the law strictly
and impartially, to make the ad
ministration of the duties of such
office obsolutely free from all parti
san influence or personal prejudice
and to use the machinery of such
office for the benefit of the people of
the District as a whole. I believe
in the principles of popular Govern
ment and that the Electoral rights
ire best safegaurded by the methods
in use under the Oregon Syfctem.
Honor I. Watts, an attorney of
Athena , Crceon and a probable can
didate or i he ceffie of circuit judae,
came in by auto on Thursday evening
and spent Friday omong the people
here. He stales that he may enter
the race for circuit judge apainst
Judge Phelps, and if he does he will
make a vigorous camuaign. We
acknowledge a very pleasant call
fiom Mr. Watts. He is native of
Umatilla county, aud a highly educar
d yourg man.
11 it is as goes Aew rotk so goes
the country" President Taft should
get the nomination for the presidency,
anda down. Of 90 delegates to be
cheseu, at the primaries in New York
state on Tuesday, the president will
have all but three, so the dispatches
announce. The Koosevvelt enthus
iasm seems to be on the wane as the
James P. Neal, of Freewater, can
didate for district attorney on the
republican ticket, visited Heppner on
Friday in the interests of his candi
dacy. His visit was necessarily short
at this time bat he expects to call
again and take more time to become
acquainted with tbe voters of this
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$2.50, $3.50 and
$5 per 15.
If there be five ex
hibitors of my stock I
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prize for the highest
and win the
W. P. HILL
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of our Friends;
Our Enemies will
not trade with us.
Greatest Plowing Outfit
In the World
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Three Rumely Oil Pull Tractors Pulling
Fifty 14-inch Plows
The World's Plowing Racord was shattered recently in a test made hy
the Farm Mechanics Department o Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana.
Tests were made of different sizes of engines and gang plows to see
what outfits would be best adapted to Indiana farms. A 15 Tractive, 30
Biake horse-pownr Oil Pull Tractor and six-plow gang were decided opon
as the best suited for Corn Belt farms, and this outfit was adopted by
the University fnr demonstration purposes.
As a climax to this series of tests, three 30-60 horse-power Rnmely Oil
Pull Tractors were asseml led to see if thev conld be. hitched together
satif factorily , like three horses. One fiveplow section after another was
added ontil tho three enarines wr re polling fifty 14inch plows, cutting
a swath 58 feet 4 inches wide, to a depth of approximately five to five
and a half incites
Run, which had been falling at intervals, then put an end to the test
but it is estimated that from ten to fifteen pows could have been added
had tha trials continued. Even as it was, the monster outfit powed at the
rate of 14 a' res per hoar, or ao acre every four and a quarter minutes.
This Worl l's Record was made in a twenty-acre field the huee outfit
turning handily aud proving that the smaller outfits are well adapted to
he smaller fields The plows which were of the flexible frame type,
adapted themselves perfectly to the uneven ground, to the surprise and
prtaifkation of tbe college authorities. They were famished by the
Ol ver Chilled Plow Co., of South Bend, Indiana, and tbe tractors by
another iloosier concern the M. Rumely Co, of La Porte Ind.
Public demonstration commencing TUESDAY, APRIL 2 and will be
made at the top of the grade on tbe Eight Mile road within a mile of
Heppner. These demonstrations will continue during "the week.
All iuterested ia progrrssie farming are invited to oome and see tbia
engine at work.
W. P. SCRIVNER, Agent.