The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925, April 18, 1912, Image 2

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ur Store Policy
Ems 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
Vhe goods that should be offered our customers.
From our years of experience we now know that
ive were right.
Our sales of the
3 X iE53K"
LtV tor mmlirv nil throue-h.
Nvvi price $20,
NJ. Let us show you.
Our Confidence Justified.
If the name Eastman had not been behind them, we would
bave been afraid that there was something beside the price that
w as cheap, when the Brownie Cameras first came out. But they
-R-ere made by Kodak workmen in the Kodak factories. That
ras 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
I ' 5 V, IV! umhiivj C
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,
51.00 to $12.00
PATTERSON & SON
ufT
row County?
Are ou Patronizing
!ome Industry I
IE ARE MANUFACTURING Flour and Feed
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If
superior to any imported article. If you
are not using 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.
Seed Grain, Rolled Feed,
Alfalfa Seed.
We Solicit the Storage of your Wool
MORROW WAREHOUSE
f MILLING CO. J
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GILLIAM
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-
if a
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& BISBEE
THE CAZET TE-TIL1ES
Tha Heppner Gazette, Established March 30, 1H83
The Heppner Time. Established Nov. IB, 1897
Consolidated reoruary la, ivit.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, . Editor and Proprietor
Issued every Thursday morning,' and entered at
the Postofhce at Heppner, Uregon, at second
class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year,
Si Monlhi,
Three Months
$1.50
.75
.50
.05
Single Copies,
ADVERTISING RATES:
Display, transient, running less than one month.
hrst insertion, per men, oc; suDsequeni in
sertions, 12 l-2c; display, regular, 12 l-2c;
locals, hrst insertion, per line, 10c; subsequent
insertions, per line, Sc.; lodge resolutions, per
line, 5c.t church socials and all advertising of
entertainments conducted for pay, regular rates.
Thursday, April 18 1912
Monday is clean-up day.
Let every voter torn oat tomorrow.
'1 he move is on to make Heppner a
"city beautiful." The first thing
to do is to clean op. Monday is the
lay.
lomorrow is the day for the
"composite citizen" to say who shall
the party nominees. Get out and
vote at the prirraries.
The school - will be dismissal on
Monday: it will be a holiday for all
he children so that they may enter
nt the worn of cleaning up. The
eachcri have taken interest in this
work and have been leoturing the
pupil concerning the subject. Hepp
ner will present a much cleaner
appearance after Monday.
Frederick Steiwer, of Pendleton,
is a clean, competent and ut-riaht
youug li an that is askinn for yoor
suoDort to the offioe of District
Xttorney. He has the very highest
f r.doreements from the people of his
home county, and the republicans of
this end of the district will do the
right thins by liuing op a big
majority for him here. He should
be nominated.
It is gratifying to this paper to
know that the sentiment for improved
conditions in out streets and side
walks is rapidly growing, and will
soon take on the shape of aotual work.
The present city council is in earnest
about the matter. In fact there is
much work that has been long de
layed, and the unanimous sentiment
that exists in the council should be
bucked by the hearty indorgement of
every citizen and property owner of
the town. Heppner is now and will
continue to be an importart little
eity; most of tha people now living
here are-desirous of making it a Home
city,' and many more or tne prosper
ous farmers and stockmen or me
county should be iniuced to come
here to make permanent homes and
help- us in the building np of our
schools, churches and social condi
tions, as well as adding to the
mateiial wealth and growth of the
Dlaca. There is no bettor induce
ment to such people than the perma
nent improvements of oor streets ana
the beautifying of the homes The
old spirit is being revived and the
coming months should see everything
shaped up so that our people can
have the opportunity of expressing
their desires by a vote on the proposi
tion of bouding the city for street
improvements. No better time than
now to start the ball to rolling.
When Senator Lodge delivered his
address as permanent chaiiman of tne
last Republican national convention
he said: "Mr. Roosevelt's refusal of
t renominaticn, dictated by the
loftiest motive sand by noble loyaltv
tn American traditions, is final and
irrevocable. Anyone who attempts
lo use his name as a candidate for
the presidency impugns both his
sincerity and his good faith, two of
ihe president's gieatest and most cou
"picnous anilities noon which no
shadow has ever been cast. That man
is no friend of Theodore Roosevelt,
and does net cherish his name and
fame, who now from any motive
ipek to urge him for the great office
hich he has finally declined."
Senator Lodge was speaking for Theo
dore Roosevelt at that time. There
was no qualifications as to consecu
tive terms or otherwise; it wa" a
Mmple recognition of the timc-honorrd
precedent but the friends o tne
colonel would now have us think that
this ucderst8uding wag only in refer
ence to a consecutive third term. In
times past we did not think of Colonel
Roosevelt as a demagogue but it jars
our mental machinery mightily to
been from so thinking at this time.
However, Mr. Roosevelt is making
great strides toward landing the
nomination. He has won Illinois and
Pennsylvania, and we hall know
after Friday whether Oregon will be
counted with him. His campaign
manager in this staU thinks so: while
on the other band, the friends tf Mr.
Taft seem sanguine) of his success.
Loyal republicans will abide by tha
decision which ever way it falls.
LOW FARES EAST
Visit the Old Home
VIA-
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Signals.
Round trip tickets to principal
cities in Middle Western and East
ern States on sale during
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
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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
KAN8A8 CITY 60.00
NEW YORK 108.50
ST. PAUL 60.00
TORONTO v 91.50
WASHINGTON 107.50
Proportionately Reduced Fares
Many Other Points.
Through Train Service to the Cast Strictly High
Class. Call on your Local Agent and let him
assist yon In outlining
A DELIGHTFULSUMMER OUTIXG
J. B. HUDLESTON, Agent. ,
TEHEESE
are
TEioissand
easoiis
for
Patronizing
a
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
Dr. Winnard hat taken a special
course en eye iiseawn and ii prepare!
to fit glaases property.
The Ware
; Guaranteed IS Years
It doesn't pay to buy cheap ware that soon peels, cracks,
leaks, tarnishes, rusts or wears out. Even at a lower
cost such ware is the most expensive because it is dan
gerous to health and unreliable in service doesn tlast.
"1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware
is guaranteed for 15 years. There is practically no wear
out to it and scientific investigation proves it the most
sanitary cooking ware made. Particles can t chip
off and cause chronic troubles nor spoil the food.
Germs do not breed on its smooth surface nd odors can not be
absorbed by it.
You'll have better food nd sive trouble, time and tuei oy uung
only "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Wre. Look for trade
mark on every piece;
FOR SALE BY.
MBNOR C.
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ARE YOUR HOSE INSURED?
Famous
oleproof
For Men, Women and
Children.
SIX PAIR GUARANTEED
FOR SIX MONTHS
Sold By
SAM HUGHES
Stallion Registration Board. State of Oregon.
License CertiHcate ol PURE BRED Bullion
or jHek NO 941. . . .
Dated at orvallii. Oregon, February 21, 1M2.
The pedigree of tlie Jack Hit JACK, No. 361",
American registered in tbe ntudbook of Amer
ican Breeders' Association of Jacks and Jen
nets. Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington,
Moirow Co., Oregon. Bred by IwU King,
Clever, Mo. described as follows: Black;
white points. Pedigree; Old Bart, sire; (Jen
eral, sire of sire; Jtmie Jinkens, dam of sire.
Bell, dam; Warrior, sire of dam; Lucy, dam of
dam. Breed Jack. Koaled iu the year Aug in,
1907. has been examined by the Stallion K- gis
tration Board of Oregon, and it is hereby cer
tified that the said jack is of 1'ure Breeding, is
registered in the studbook that is recognized
by the associations named In section nine of an
Act of the Legislative Assembly of the Htate ol
Oregon providing for the licensing of stallions,
etc., filed in the oltice of the Secretary of State,
February 2-i, Wll, and that the above named
jack hn been examined by the vetrinarian
appointed by the Stallion Kegiatratlon Board
and is hereby reported free from Infectious,
contagious or transmissible diseases, or un
soundness and is hereby licensed to stand. or
public service in the Htate of Oregon.
F.KMINE L. 1'OTTES,
(Seal) Sec'y Stallion Registration Hoard.
Stallion R?glstratlori Board. Htate of Oregon.
License CertiHcate ol GRADE Stallioii or Jack
NOR17. I)ated at Cor vallis, Oregon. February
B, lli Tbe pe iigree of grade Jck I'l'K K,
sired by the pure brci Jack Old liuke No.
Owned by John N. Helms, Lexington, Morrow
Co., Oregon, and described as follows: Color
Blac k; white points. Foaled In the year
lias been examined by heStallion Registration
Board of Oregon, and it is found that the said
lack is .ree from Infeetuoiis. contngiou or
transmissible diseases or unsoundness. He
is not of pure breeding, anil Is, therefore, nut
eligible for registration in any studbook re
cognized by the associations named In section
nine of an Act of the Legislutixe Assembly of
the stnle of Oregon providing for the licensing
of stallions, etc , filed In tbe o.Hce of the Secre
tary of State, February 2H, 1911. The said jack
Is hereby licensed to stand for public service
in the State of Oregon.
ERMINE L. POTTER.
Sec'JT Stallion Registration Board.
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.
MARTEN JOHNSON
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.
That Wear
Hosiery
THE B?X
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
ESDG CONG,
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.
The Mammoth Missouri Jack,
DURE,
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.