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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1921)
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jbuJJv has cot a fat chants a cutting'
me out ith that little lady. A spe-;
' shullv Pug Stevens. !
H i Jtt's.Lv-pa cum home tonite
on nis tied & a Mack;
. ma ast him what was ,
Additional Taxation Proposed'
.Not satned Mith driving taxes to!
the pu;nt of conhscation m various!
Mates, the radtca.s ana theorists are'
seek'ng new and additional methoa
if.c latc.-t sr.c4ure proposed in
Otegvn a :a:e income i& which
tat iiit.a.a:e iut o;cd down. Of
cujre tt ett.es notning as sup
porters .; tr.v- ;readre immediately
propose to initiate a bili tor the peo
ple to vote on at the next general
1 he bait held out is that a state
income tax wouid reduce the proper
ty tax. Ol course no estimate or r.g
ujes are giun to prove this state
ment and the argument disproves it
self tor the very purpose of the
measure is to raise more money by
taxation. It is proposed to tax the
incomes of the rich, in order to get
the vote of the ordinary citizen.
But the lime r'.sh would rind him
self in the net w;;n the big fish once
the bill was passed and the average
taxpayer has had his eyeteeth cut
with the present federal income tax.
He knows that a state tax would
duplicate the federal measure and
give a host of new state employes
jobs at his expense. His books
would have to be gone over by an
other set of officials and the work of
making up his various tax state
ments alone would almost necessi
tate the help of a separate clerk.
Last but not least, this latest tax
boosting scheme in no way guaran
tees a reduction in any other tax. It
would simply be a new tax added to
our already too heavy burden of tax
ation. But the tax maniacs have the priv
ilege of forcing this measure on the
ballot and putting the people to the
expense of voting on a proposition
for which there is no demand and
which the legislature has refused to
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lueky
Lucky Strike is the
I with a lumi
!& bh:w elbow
; the matter with him & he replycd &
sed It was a case of mistuk identity. ;
.Ma sed How. & pa sed I mistuk the (
Sutter for the curb. I herd ma mut-1
tering sum thing about sum thing:
which dussent prohibit. j
ThwsJjv Got to skool a few min-i
j nits late haveing win 32 marbles!
frum a kid. teecher glansed at me j
i & remarked. Have you got a excuse j
for being late. I was unprepaired &
sed No I hamt. bo 1 had to stay
after skool. No wunder she never;
got a man. I spose if her bow ever'
was a few minnits late she wood
want a ritten Exkuse. '
She's "At It," Men!
Our wives and sisters and daugh
ters will soon be "AT IT," if they
are not already "at it."
By "at it" we mean, of course,
housecleaning. It is vain to admit that the mascu
line gender loves the neutral gen-
indusrries that do not provide "re
creation'' for the public.
The "day of rest" is too important
to the workingman the working
man above all others for him to
monkey w ith it. Why play into the
hands of the mad money makers who
would just as lief keep him on the
job Sundav as look at him.
By Ross Farquhar.
Friday .Mebby the wimmen will
vote ne.xt fall for the Pres. & I sup
pose we will heer ma
say she would love to
vote but she hassent
nuthtrtg to ware. I don't
know who pa will vote
for yet as I haint herd
ma express a opinion of
enny of the candydates
Saturday pa had a
itching today & ma told
me to go to the drug
Under the management of Prof, j
Heard of the 'high school, the;
grounds recently secured from Mr. ;
Gentry on the lower end of the Mar-:
latt tract, have been put in very ex- :
cellent shape for a baseball diamond. '
This land is so admirably situated
for an athletic field that it should be
secured, if possible, and made the!
permanent property of the city and
county. There should be a plan I
worked out whereby this can be done!
as a joint proposition. The city needs;
the athletic field and the county !
needs a suitable place for the fair
grounds. There has been a move- j
ment started looking to the final pur- j
chase of this or some similar tract, i
but we know of no other piece of i
land so well situated. We should
not urge the outright purchase of
this piece of land, or going to the;
expense necessary to put it in proper j
shape under existing financial condi
tions, because our citizens have all
the load it is possible to carry, never
theless, this does not hinder organ
izing for its ultimate acquirement.
A park and playgrounds for Heppner
is getting to be a necessity and we
shall be glad to see such steps taken
as will secure this tract which can
later be developed into a fair grounds
Keep out the dirt and water
Ford Battery Box
Price $3.50. $4 Installed.
Come in and let us show you this new
idea and how it works to save the
life of your Ford Batteries.
Battery Electric Service
Heppner StstlOIl Oregon
Far Better Bread!
THE KIND YOU'VE BEEN HANKERING FORI
Here It Is!
Heppner bread is a FULL, FLUMP loaf, with the
same BODY to it that MOTHER used to make I
Does it go down EASY?
Better BELIEVE it does! Greatest domestic
bread in the world I
20c the large size; 10c the small
For sale at Thomson Bros, and Phelps Grocery Co.
SEND FOR SOME TODAY
store St get sum thing
for it. I went. & sed j and park for the city and supply our
to the new clerk which students and the general citizenry
has got bald hare & not
much sense I wanted sum thing for
a ich. He rubbed his nose & finely
sed. Here try this & give me a
with a suitable athletic field.
We hope that the people of this
town will get behind the proposition
to secure the funds to finish up the
More cumpny today ma gap in the highway between Hepp-
was showing off some reliks & she 'ner and Lexington. The proposition
has a ole flat iron which belonged has got beyond the point of being a
to her grammaw. Pa tride to be "debatable question," and if it is
funnv & sed This is the same iron necessary to divert the market road
her ma and her grammaw broke up
house keeping with. It mist pa's
tow about a fraxion of a inch. Sum
times I think ma dropped it a pur
Monday They was a party tonite
& Jane & me walked home togather.
She shure was pritty & had on some
nice powder and etc & jus as I left
her I kist her. Kinda unconshiously
She looked mad but I cuddent help
what I done. So I rote a pome to her
been through battle but not half as ! i
much as she does. jj
Housecleaning is a necessity an!!
absolute, total necessity, and she;!
knows it. She knows that YOUR!!
health and YOUR omfort depend
upon it. She knows that the chil
dren's health depends on it. She
knows that the making of a home
tthe greatest word in the English
language) depends on it.
And she house cleans, God bless
Workingman and His
The workingman who works him
self up into a state of enthusiasm
and frenzy in favor of the anti-Sunday
delusions of the day, is nothing
less than a simpleton.
Behind nearly every anti-Sunday
movement you will somewhere find
a financier, or a captain of industry
or somebody with no thought in his
head except to make money. Every
time one of them wins, his success
compels some group of men or com
pany of men to work on Sunday.
And the profits he makes puts it
into the heads of a dozen other
greedy capitalists and employers to
Every new "recreation" condemns
a certain number of people to work.
The whole thing hits the worker
first. Does not the workingman see
this when he pays his little fee to
enjov a certain so-called "recrea
tion?" If he does see it, how does
he know that he will not soon be
in the same boat as the fellows who
have to labor for this pleasure? If
people will work for "recreation"
profiteers, why can't other people be
compelled after a while to labor in
der of a house torn and twisted. It
is almost too much to admit that the!& sed I want to beg yure pardon
masculine gender loves the feminine j because I kist you twice. I shuddent
gender attired in a frowzy old cap ought to have done it. But Gee you
and seen through a mist of dust. looked so nice!
But it has to be endured and those Tuesday I guess its all o. k. with
of us who can make our hearts work! Jane for today at school she met me
under such circumstances should be''th a smile on her mouth. Enny
sympathetic to the feminine of the!
species in this ordeal of hers. I e !
isn't pleasant to clean house. It is- j
n't easy work, and no matter how the
male person himself may feel about
it at the end of an imperfect day, !
it's pretty safe to say that she seeks
her pillow with tired limbs and ach-:
ing muscles. Don't make her slum-i
bers worse by tantalizing her with
your own crochety remarks about the .
inconveniences her poor, doleful,
husband suffers. j
Woman is instinctively an artist. 1
She likes beautiful things more than
you do. Mr. .Man. You may dislike
to come home to a house that has'!
fund, amounting to about $30,000, to
this piece if work, let it be diverted.
Why not have at least one finished
job in the road program and let up
on this idea of putting a little bit:
here and another little bit yonder,
and in the end getting no where. The
Willow creek highway should be'
completed at the earliest possible!
date, and there is now no apparent1
means of getting the funds except!
the one proposed. Pressure enough
should be brought upon the county
court to place this year's market road
fund at the disposal of the state high- j
way commission, who will match it
with other funds ana tnus proviae
sufficient means to close the gap that
Marble and Granite
Fine Monument and Cemetery Work
All parties interested in getting work in my line
should get my prices and estimates before
placing their orders
All Work Guaranteed
I have moved my office from the Slocum block
to the new hotel building where I will lie pleased to
greet my old and new friends.
ROY V. WHITEIS
Real Estate and Insurance
Easter Sunday Dinner
Heppner Egg Nog
Pickled Beets Hearts of Lettuce
Chicken D Gibber Consomme a la Royal
Filet of Silver Salmon, Admiral Sauce
Potatoes a la Monaco
Boiled Sugar Cured Ham, Champaign Sauce
Chicken Friccasee, a la Crapandine
Tenderloin Steak, Au Chateaubriand
Pork Tenderloin Saute in Colbert Sauce
Prime Ribs of Beef, Au Jus
Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Loin of Young Pig. Baked Apple
Mashed Potatoes Peas in Cream
Shrimp Salad in Mayonnaise
Apple Pie Lemon Cream Pie
Cherry Cup Custard
Vanilla Ice Cream and Cake
An excellent soap for
4 for 25c
Phelps Grocery Co.
A. Z. BARNARD
Transfer and General Hauling
HEAVY OR LIGHT WORK HANDLED
Get us on the street or by phone, No. 662
OUE PRICES RIGHT OUR PRINTING THE BEST G.-T.
This is the shell
that gets em
AS dealers in sporting goods, we want to do
xjL a!l we can to contribute to the success of
your hunting season. We want to do more
than sell you our good3. We want you to
get your share of the game that is to be had in
For this reason we are recommending to your
use this season the famous Winchester Shells.
By the Winchester sys
tem of wadding, the shot
pattern is unbroken by es
caping gas-blast or pieces
of wadding. The pellets
cover a 30-inch target so
thoroughly at 40 yards,
that no bird could get
through without being hit
three or four times.
We recommend these
shells to your use with
the utmost confidence,
feeling that whatever the
weather conditions may
be, these shells will play
true to form and give the
best results that can be
had from any shell on the
Come in today and look
over our new stock.
Gilliam & Bisbee