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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, IlElTXEIi. OREGON, T1U KS1UY. MAliCII 17. 1021.
Keiphbi.rs of Weodcr.vft Are I
G: in a B'.ir Surprise Party'
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NEW SUITS! NEW DRESSES!
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: .ofi wo-n ie iftiies
, , -o vo'v .vpropri.v.e for
Tho-e was a ! oar of
:-t c-v,v! for about aa
-t soon te forirottM
..if s',1 pror.oos.- Sl!
.- ert over ar.-,i every
; os to another
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A Special Purchase I
tor vaster selling
Direct from New York Headquarters.
THESE PRICES MEAN A REAL SAVING FOR YOU
THE smart oft stylos brought out for tlio Spring Sea
mui of 1021. Fashioned in the favorite tabrics and
eoiors, they have that youthful, modish appearance
& that will aj'poal to every woman. A special, large pur-eha.-e
of these high-grade garments, direct from the lead
ing manufacturers of Now York City, for our 312 Stores,
6v mables us to offer them to our patrons at these exception-
& ally low prices. Picture- yourself in one of those liaiul-
some garments! Come in and select your Coat, Suit or
b Ptvs now and you will have the satisfaction of knowing
$ that vou are stvlishlv dressed at an economical price!
i NEW COATS $12.50 to $39.50
&t AoMment rtiBiatsa the follow ton popular colon Howes topra, Huokie
W Ibk and I'eklu.
A. Z. BARNARD
Transfer and General Hauling
HEAVY OR LIGHT WORK HANDLED
Get us on the street or by phone, No. 662
ejiproort at h ?
the o!.i O'.-ii:.'. Kf
sale of sur-o'.t-r.ts
: eso:a. :a-. .. : .
time of t -"- t' o K.-:t'-.'.e- r'.S'", took
ov?r a't '.Ve o's. ;;i.o
n!nrer.t Xt.: It a
on his h'.r is There wilt he a lot of
rood stock ar.4 i"-,; '.er.-.er.ts offered at
the pale whooh iU he conducted by E.
K. Miller of lore
o. IV Made of l'olo Cloth. Nov
e.l circular nickel chain girdle,
unime-d. Wonderful value at this
iow price $12.50
. It. Velour. Loose back trim
rr.ed with stltt. runs ; lined hillf way
with silk. A smart coat at 914.73
. ai. Velour. Wide inverted
iM'iel tack; lined half way with
siik l'opularly priced at $14.75
K o. Neill. Putter c-t-th sheeewner.
w as in Hepr-er Tuesd iv.
Pix-recm modern dw-eJlir.p at a great
faorifioe in price. Can arramre con
cernir.p terms. Apply Cazette-Times
Fresh milk cows for sale. See Frank
p. Parker at Vauphan-F.trker ranch be
low depot. Fhor.e fOF3.
Responsible woman wishes job a?
housekeeper for bachelor or w-idower
ranch prefered. Fhor.e Ut, or call this
full silk lined.
Loose back style;
A handsome coat
o. -X Itohvia Cloth. Trimmed
with siik fringe and silk stitching,
full silk lined. A smart new style
No. 24. Velour. Loose back; full j
silk lined. A distinctive hi:h- y;
jrrade movlel $;(4.7S W
o. 25. Velour Warp Coat Style fij
Model. Loose back; full silk lined.
tine of trie most fashionable New j
York models for Spring $:u.50
No. 21. Bolivia Cloth. Loose flare
S lack, full silk lined. A very pret
gj tv model $l.KO
g NEW SUITS-S19.90 to $49.50
f KHortoieat contains both .Navy anil Kuokle the popular eolura for
6) prlnK. 1H21.
4 o. ni. Made of mannish serge.
ES Trimmed with email bone buttons
.5 and stitching; silk lining. Very
H trim and stylish - $l.tw
o. 11. Made of Wool Tricotine.
The most popular cloth fur Spring
wear. Ripple model; silk lining.
A smart model - $24.75
o. 12. Wool Tricotine. Bottom
is silk embroidered all around; silk
lining. This is a popular Spring
le - $24.75
o. IX Wool Tricotine. Ripple
model, trimmed with silk embroi
dery; silk lining. A handsome
.No. 14. Straight-line Moled of 3i
Wool Tricotine. Trimmed with j
beautiful two-tone embroidery; a
silk lining. Very attractive Jc.t4.7S g
No. 15. Wool Tricotine. Bottom H
tnmmeil with silk embroidery;
small block pattern silk lining. A
favorite model $:w.:0
No. HI. Wool Tricotine. Hippie
model; elaborately trimmed with
silk braid and tinsel embroidery;
silk lining. A suit any 'itimnn
will be proud to wear $44.75
No. 17. Wool Tricotine. Trimmed
with black and tinsel stitching;
slightly ripple model; full silk lin
ing. The nnest suit in our stock.
I have moved my office from the Slocum block
to the new hotel building where I will be pleased to
greet my old and new friends.
ROY V. WHITEIS
Eeal Estate and Insurance
Alfred E. Anderson of Eight Mile,
who has disposed of his farm, is prepar
ing to put on a bic sale of all his stock
and machinery. The date of the sale
is March ;th, and by looking up the
advertisement in another column it can
be ascertained what a Sr.e lor of chat
tels he is offering. F. A. McMenamin
will have charge of the sale as auc
tioneer while David W.lson w.ll act as
KI'SOLITIONS OF rONDOI.F.NfF..
Whereas. It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler of the Universe to remove from
our midst our beloved Neighbor Aman
da Kiser. be it
Resolved that we. the members of
Maple Circle No. JSJ, Neighbors of
Woodcraft hereby extend our earnest
sympathy to the bereaved children of
our deceased Neichbor in this sad afflic
tion. May God's blessing rest upon them
and may they look to Him for comfort
Resolved that a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upno the minute3 of
the Circle, a i"PV sent to the family of
the deceased and a copy be given to The
Gazette-Times for publication.
NEW DRESSES-$14.75 to $34.75
Anaortmrnt rontnlnn the three leading hule for l21
No. 1. Silk Taffeta. Self vestee
front; small self puffs on hips of
skirt. A pretty style at a very
reasonable price $14.75
No. 2. Silk Taffeta. Eyelet em
broidered vestee front; basque
model; self underdrop. A dainty
little frock - $l.s.50
No. X Silk Taffeta. Embroidered
vestee front over contrasting color
Georgette; self underdrop. Thisjs
a little beauty - $22.75
No. 4. Silk Taffeta. Crape rosette
on front of bodice; gathered waist
line. An elaborate Spring tlye.
No. 5. Silk Taffeta. Basque model
waist with imitation rose In front;
circular overskirt; self undredrop;
You'll admire this youthful little
dress - -..$27.50
No. . Silk Taffeta. Wide self Wi
girdle; self overskirt; self cording
on cuffs; overskirt and self under- vv
drop. Neat and smart $27.50
No. 7. iilk Crepe tie Chine. Yes- Z
tee front ami nurplioe eft"eut waist;
pVlt-s of skirt are ktiife pleated, u
This is a dainty little Kiirtnent S3
with a style all its own 92tt.:Mi j
o. m. Silk Taffeta. Wide self gir- Q.
die with fancy puffs all around be- w
low w a is time; harem effect self
overskirt Very desirable Spring sj
No. O. Silk Taffeta. Wide self gir
dle with how on side; self under
drop. A distinctive style for wo
men with taste. Priced very low.
HAVING SOLD M YRANCH I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT MY
RANCH SIX MILES SOUTHEAST OF HEPPNER ON
aturday, April 2'd
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY
( in- Yt-arliiig Colt.
One War-oM Colt.
Ti u II.-ad of Milk Cows.
Five llwul of Heifers.
Ti n H-al of Shorthorn Yearlings.
One Hay Kack and Wagon.
( lui' Wagon ami Wheat Tank.
One Wheat Tank for Trail Wagon.
Our. Cook House and Iron-wheeled
One New Hay Raek.
t die Two Bottom Plow.
One Three-Bottom Plow.
One Side Hill Plow.
ne 1 rag Harrow.
On.. YanBruiit Drill.
One Kfoot Disc.
One Water Tank.
Two Sets of Harness.
One Set Heavy Breeching Harness.
One Wheat B'an.
One Wood Saw.
One Large Sharpless Cream Separator
One Mower and One Rake.
One New Ford Truck.
One Pack Saddle.
One 3-Horsepower Engine.
One 20-Gallon Churn.
5-Miles of Telephone Wire.
50-Gallon Steel Gas Barrels.
One Good Heater.
One Good J. I. Case Thresher and 20
40 Case Tractor.
Lead Bars Lock Chains, Household
furniture and Many Other Arti
cles too Numerous to Mention.
TERMS OF SALE
All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. Sums over $10.00 six months' time on approved
notes, bearing 8 interest. 6r& discounter cash.
SALE BEGINS 11 A. M.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
Arthur W. Dykstra, Owner
F. A. McMENAMIN, Heppner, Ore., Auctioneer.
L. W. BRIGGS, Clerk.
Bring your clothes to Heppner Tail
oring & Cleaning Shop when they need
to be cleaned, pressed and repaired. In
so doing you do justly to yourself and
also to the man who has spent 28 years
in learning and "working at the trade.
My steam pressing machine is a wonder
ful help in giving the clothes a new, fresh
look. You save money two-fold by bringing them here:
first, I charge less, and second, I fix the little rips that
mean so much in giving a long wear to the clothes.
We Clean Anything in Ladies' or
Men's Wearing Apparel
& CLEANING SHOP
te( t numa pictures corpn. i jfJLVr
Iff fc'k'KWwV I I fortheflrtttlmVonnycrten a B l 'A(fX '
nrT ouJi,rlarryRevier' s.i0, George M.MemcK. lj I ,
I I Y.1 Releoaad through " f fih W
SUNDAY MARCH 20th SUNDAY
l.lxTj- hniiKhty nulile In the atate
nf Moroprnia rejrc(l Ihe allm prtn-rt-NN
ItwauNe ahe waa too tain.
Anil then a young Amrriean mll
I l.i nii ire oame along, pked thru
ttir hnrrm wall, .acalril It and car
ried hrr off to America.
See It. A pleture that everybody
thin or fat will revel In!
Friday, Mar. 18
LYONS k M0RAN IN
la La Lucile
Love typified by a pair of
nowlywcils in the bridal
suite; in the room adjoin
ing a couple were arrang
ing n divorce. No wonder
Cupid was up in the air
Love's road is seldom a
smooth one and there are
many hair-pin curves and
shocking bumps in the ro
mantic path of Eddie and
Lee in "La La Lucile."
yA Hit on the SteS.
X -a Scream on
(Jet the details Saturday
r Edd, LYON?
'ilT 11T r
JACK LONDON'S MAS
TERPIECE, the world's supreme novel
of the frozen north where
strong men moil for gold
and might dictates the
laws. London's power and
punch developed to their
Translated to the screen in a mighty production that
makes a tremendous book live again in a tremendous
picture. With an all-star cast including Mitchell Lewis.
All who have enjoyed Jack London's books will enjoy
the picture version of "Burning Daylight," and the ex
cellence of its arrangement and production and fidelity
to the story will be a delight. Action is the keynote and
it is such action as will keep you sitting on the edge of
your chair from first to last.
Owing to the presentation of the operetta "Love Pirates
of Hawaii" here on Tuesday evening, "Burning Day
light' ' will be shown on MONDAY ONLY.
.-i.wMft-w i-'"r-f- jr If vlettjU .' ; II I
MABEL NORMAN D The Slim Princess"