ur Store Policy has always been to cany tho 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 3 FOLDING POCK ET CAMERA 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 terquality all through. . Price $20. Let us show you. I if iH mm 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 outi But they were made by Kodak workmen in the Kodak factories. That 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, price only $3.00 Works just like a Kodak and makes wonderfully good pictures; other Brownies, $1.00 to $12.00 PATTERSON & SON k 3,.t-o"-r.r -- v . if HI 1 .'-oiiSlVj i lip- " I Sl i, J s OE row County ? Are You Patronizing w Home industry ? E ARE MANUFACTURING Flour and Feed superior to any imported article. If you1 are not usin- our products call at our office on Main .Street and get a testing sample. ' Our flour is made 'exclusively from selected Morrow County Bluestem Wheat. iff! Seed Grain, Rolled Feed, Alfalfa Seed. We Solicit the Storage of your Wool MORROW WAREHOUSE 2 M LUNG CO. 8 THECAZETTC-TIMES The Heppner Guette, Established March 30, 1883 The Heppner Times, Established Nov. IS, 1897 Consolidated reDruaiy 13, isiz. LOW FARES EAST VAWTER CRAWFORD, - Editor and Proprietor Issued every Thursday morning, and entered at the Postoltice at Heppner, Oregon, as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $150 Six Months 75 Three Months 50 Single Copies, 05 ADVERTISING RATES: Display, transient, running less than one month. hrst insertion, per inch, lac; subsequent in sertions, 12 l-2c. display, regular, 12 l-2c; locals, first insertion, per line, 10c; subsequent insertions, per line, Sc.; lodge resolutions, per line, 5c; church socials and all advertising of entertainments cnducted for pay, regular rates. Thursday. April 11, 1912 Heppner people should set busy attain on that creamery proposition. Mr. Rasmussen has decided to leave Lexington, and it is not yet folly decided just what thn peocle down there will do with reference to the crearqery at that place. There seems to be some considerable difficulty in getting procer shipping facilities for the batter, and during the time Mr. Rasmussen hg had charge of the t usicess he has been caused much loss and inconvenience by deltys in butter shipments at the junction and not teing able to get rtftiweralor cars. When the business reaches larger proportions this may be overcome as the company can afford to furnish proper cars bat rs ' it is uow they will not do it. Our c.tizens should be gett n? busy again and not let ihs ODportunity pass for securing a cnatnery for Heppner. Our mer chants are hnndliiig too much home made butter tht they cnnnofcget rid of excel t at a lots, and the establish mfnt of a creamery at this Doint will put our dairy products into market able shape. There must be some way of taking care of this increBsina product and the creamery is the best DroooBition. We hardly believe onr people will be roi.tent with the idea of shipping thur crtam to some out Bide point: they would much prefer to deal with someone at home and lot this party do the shipping of the finished prolnct ft i V 1 111 1 FOR ALL PURPMS i GILLIAM & BISBEE John Kilkenny is a candidate be fore the republicans of Morrow county for the office of commissioner. Mr. Kilkenny is a resident of Alpine precinct where he has built him op a nice and comfortable home "out of the aeseit" sj to speak. He came to Marrow county twenty-four years afcO with noihing but a good constitu tion End a determination to work, and he has tr ade a success, being now a large land and stock owner and heavy taxpayer. All he ha he made in tbis county and has been content to settle down here and build him up a home. Throuzh the solicitation ot numerous friends he was induced to enter the race for commmissionr r and he premises if nominated and elected, to know no section of tho county above another: to sive a strictly economical and business-like adminis tration of the duties of the office, keepina always in mind the best interests of the taxpayers. Mr. Kil kenny is H man we!l ijuulified for tbis position, a man of good business sense ard judgment, ar,d not given to extravagance in the management of his own affairs, and is just such a man as should fill the important position he seeks. Voto for No. 64 on the primary ballot. The Taft Campaign Committee of Morrow county announce the appear ance in Heppner on tomorrow even iJB of Ex-congressman Rilph D. Cole, of Ohio, who will address the people at tha Star theater in behalf of Mr. Taft. ,Mr. Cole is an orator of national reuutation. and it was only hv (.hnnre hut he was secured to address our people by the local com mittee. Tte campaign for the re nouiination of the president is waxing warm" ttipre are bat a few more days left before the Oregon primaries, and all our people beta should be nterested in hearina national ifisues discussed hvn able man right from the seat of battle. Come out. Visit the Old Home VIA O-W. R & N. 0. S. L. and UNION PACIFIC Lines Protedtcd Hy Automatio Block Signals. Round trip tickets to principal cities in Middle Western and East ern States on sale during APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER Going limit 15 days; final return limit October 31, 1912. LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVIL EGES. CHOICE OF ROUTES. BALTIMORE $107.50 CHICAGO 72.50 DENVER 55.00 KANSAS CITY 60.00 NEW YORK. .t .....108.50 ST. PAUL 60.00 TORONTO 91.50 WASHINGTON 107.50 Proportionately Reduced Fares ty Many Other lJomts. Through Train Service to the East Strictly High- Llass. Call on your Local Agent and let him assist yon in outlining A DELIGHTFUL SUMM ER OUTING J. B. HUDLESTON, Agent. Frank S. Fields for secretary of state should receive the support of every lepuMicsn in Morrow county, tlew ill make good in thi3 office as he has made good in the offire of clerk of Multnomah county, which he has filled for the past ten years. He makis just tha kind of official you are Icoking for. His number on the primary ballot is 43. Make your X there. Notice. There will be meeting of the lone Local No 52 of the F. E. & O. U. of America, in lone on the 13th day of April 1912. for the purpose of placing A order lor aaoaa. All members hould send tn a signed order or be present at tha meeting on said date. We would like to have other Locals plc their orders with us. E. L. PADBERG, Secretary, TfHIEE&lE a Thousand for Patron a izifig mm OSCAR BORG Jeweler & Optometrist Eyes tested, glasses properly fitted, for the correction o f any defect that can be remedied with glasses. Private Optical Parlor and Dark Room for Testing Wanted. A man with a s'x or eight-horse team to da farm work. 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SIX PAIR GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS TBIE B71 TEE EOli Sold By i AM HUGHES ijj Stallion Registration Bourd, Ptntc of Oregon. Licence Certiticate ot PURE BRED Stallion or Jack No 941. Hated hi 01 vhIMb, Oregon, February 21, 1912. The pedigree of the Jack BKi JAt'K, No. 3fil7, American registered in the studboolt of Amer ican Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jen nets. Owned by Jo"hn N. Helms, Lexington, Monow Oo., Oregon. Bred by Iwis King, Clever, Tifo. Jieseribed follows: Black; white points. Pedigree; Old Hart, sire; Gen eral, sire of sire; Jetiie Jinkens. dam of sire. Hell, dam; Warrior, sire of dam; Lucy, dam of dnm. Breed Jack. Foaled in the year Aug 1(1, 1!W7. has been examined by the ftallion Regis tration Board of Oregon, and it is hereby cer tilied that the said jack 1 of Pure Breeding, is registered in the studbook that U recognized by the associations named in section nine of an Act of the Legislative Assembly of the Htate of Oiegon providing for the licensing of stallions, etc.. Hied in the ofltee of the Secretary of State, February Mil, and that the above named jack n.ia been examined by the vetrinarian appointed by the Stallion twgistralion Board and is hereby reported free from infections, contagious or transmissible disenses or un soundness and is hereby licensed to stand , or public service in the Htate of Oregon. KR.MINE L. 1'OTTE.?, , (Seal) Bec'y Stallion Registration Hoard. The Mammoth Missouri Jack, BIG HMGf Imported this winter direct from the state of Missouri, and will stand the season at the BEYMER BARN, Lexington, Oregon. Terms : $15.00 to insure living colt; $10 for the season and $6 for single leap. Stallion Registration Board. State of Oregon. The Mammoth MisSOUH Jack, I.i. ensi; Orliiicatc oi GRADE "talllo.i or Jai k DURE, No917. liated atOoivallis, Oregon, Febrtiaiy t, I'.ilz. l tie pe-ngree 01 grane jui-k imkt., sired by the pure bred jack Old Duke No. Owued bv John N. Helms, Lexington, Morrow o , Oregon, and described as follows: Color Black; while points. Foaled in the year l'.sH, lias been examined by he Stallion Registration fl'iiird of Oregon, ami it is found that the said tack is .ree from itifoctuius. contagion., or transiuissi Me diseases or unsoundness He is not of pure breeding, and is, therefore, not e 1 i k 1 1 1 lor rcgisiiitin:i in "' atudbook rc rogniz"i by the afsoci -tiont, nsmed in section mil.! of an Act of tiie Legislatlxe Assembly of the sthie of Oregon providing; fo' the licensing of stallions, etiv, tiled in the o.tice of the ere taiv of State. February 2H, lII. The said jack is hereby licens. d to stand for public servke in the State of Oregon. KHMINK L. IMTTKK. Sec'y Stallion Kogisitatiou Board. Was also imyorted to Morrow County the past winter and will stand the season of 1912 at the Livery Stable of McRoberts & Evans, HEPPNER, and terms of service will be the same as for Big King. Care taken to prevent accidents but will be responsible for none. If interested in raising mules, you should see these two splendid animals, - J. N. HELMS, Owner, Lexington, Oregon. Contracting and Building, Painting and Paperhanging Am prepared to do all lines of repairing and job work at my shop in old Gazette Building on Main street, Heppner. See me for any kind of work in these lines.