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THE OAZKTTK-TIMKS, RKITXEK, OKKGOX, TliTKSPAY, MARCH 31. 1921.
At a Big Reduction
One vcar ago lard was selling at
40c. We are now selling
pure lard at
In 2, 3, 4. 5 and 10 pound lots.
Every Bucket Guaranteed
McNAMER & SORENSON
TWO GREAT HITTERS SMACK 'EM ALIKE.
V x y u lr "A
In all its branches, including Wagon
Work, Horseshoeing and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
We Give a 5 Percent Discount for Cash
J. B. Calmus
Formerly the Ashbaugh Shop
l'utuit'4 he:e ale two of the most popular men in l:iset.ill. as ttio season
opens for ll the tfieat liabe Kuth. "Home-run Kintr." ami Manager Trip
Speaker of the world Champion Cleveland Indians. These new photographs
from southern training eamps shows both great batsmen swinfi a wicked left
hand Mutiia'ou. Note the exact action.
Taxation is the great ghost that
stalks behind industries in Oregon
today. The high taxes of the pre
sent prevents many from building
homes of their own and places the
home building in the hands of the
capitalist who says he cannot get
rent enough to justify him in invest
ing money in this way. It is time
to set down on the tax booster: he
is the fellow that is largely responsi
ble for a lot of our troubles; he
should have credit for much of the
high cost of living.
Get ready for Heppner's clean-up
day, Ayril 12th. Heed the call of
"You'll Always Find"
says the Good Judge
In the Bible.
Bishop Hoss said at a Nashville
picnic: "The religious knowledge of
too many adults resembles, I am
afraid, the religious knowledge of
little Eve. 'So you attend Sundayr
school regularly?' the minister said
to little Eve. 'Oh, yes, sir.' 'And
you know your Bible?' 'Oh, yes,
sir.' Could you perhaps tell me
something that's in it?' 'I could tell
you everything that s in it. Indeed.
And then the minister smiled. Do
tell me, then.' 'Sister's beau's photo
is in it.' said little Eve, promptly,
and ma s recipe tor vamsnin cream
is in it. and a lock of my hair cut off
when I was a baby is in it, and the
ticket for pa s watch is in it.
That you get more
at less cost when
you use this class of
A small chew lasts
so much longer than
a big chew of the
ordinary kind. And the full, rich real
tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing
Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Deakin met his friend Gaydon
coming out of the police court.
"Hello! What have you been doing
there?" he asked. "I've just been
fined for speeding." Gaydon replied
glumly. "How fast were you go-
jing Forty miles an hour, ac
cording to the policeman.' .was Gay
don's answer. "Lucky Jim!'' ex
claimed Deakin. "I wish some po-
Hiceman would arrest me for speed
ing. If I could get a statement in
the paper that the old bus of mine
was going forty miles an hour I
might be able to sell it."
As A "Dope" Peddler.
Former Vice President iMarshall
last fall found a new job for him
selfa peddler of "dope." He told
the story the other day to show how
easily a Vice President can appear
in public without being known. He
traveled through his own state, mak
ing speeches in the campaign, and
this is what happened to him: "I
was seated on the smoking car think
ing out what I could say to help the
j Democratic party in a speech I was
jto make that night," said Mr. Mar
' shall. "A large man slumped down
in the seat beside me. 'Mighty bad
i day for business,' said the stranger,
observing the rain falling in torrents,
j 'What's your line?' 'Motor-car ac
cessories. Whats' yours?' 'Peddling
dope.' 'I thought they wouldn't let
,you sell that stuff?' 'But I have a
i special arrangement with the admin
i istration for a short time yet.' "
! The Man With A Will.
1 Two men were arguing in their
For some time now you have been
haying to yourself that you're going
to save money. Are you really in
earnest ? Then prove it to yourself
by opening a savings account NOW !
(jetting started is the big thing
about saving. And that's easy once
you've made up your mind. As lit
tle as a dollar starts you at this
bank. Small savings, helped by the
interest we pay, soon add up.
Decide to save so much a week
and to live on what's left. Keep it
up. Perseverance wins and pays.
Drove your ambition to save by
FARMERS & STOCKGROWERS
'ty- -''7 I
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club. One, a fellow of ineffable
conceit, was boring everybody with
boasting of the power of his will,
maintaining with much violence that
bis will was stronger than that of
anvbodv's present. "You are wrong
there." said one of the gentlemen,
"and I w ill prove it. Go and stand
in that corner and I will have you
out of it before I have commanded
you the second time." The smart
one stood in the corner, and the
quiet one said: "Come out of that
coiner." The other grinned and
shook his head. The quiet man sat
down and looked at him steadily.
Five minutes passed, and then the
smart man said with a sneer: "Don't
vou think you had better give it up?
I don't feel any influence at all, and
I can't stand here all evening." "Oh
as to that," replied the quiet man,
"there's no hurry. I am perfectly
comfortable. You recollect that
there's no timelimit; you are simply
to come out before I ask you twice.
And as I don't intend to ask you
again until a week from today, in
order to give your strong will a fair
and vigorous trial, we might as well
take it easily." The man with the
iron resolution sneaked out of the
corner, and the incident was declar
She Was Prepared.
A certain clergyman always felt
it his duty to give each couple a
little serious advice before he per
formed the marriage ceremony. He
usually took them aside one at a
time, and talked very soberly to each
regarding the great importance of
the step they were about to take,
and the new responsibilities they
were to assume. One day he talked
in his most earnest manner for sev
eral minutes to a young woman who
had come to be married. "And
now," he said in closing, "I hope you
fully realize the extreme importance
of the step you are taking and that
you are prepared for it. "Prepar
ed!" replied the bride innocently.
"Well, if I aint prepared I don't
know who is. 1 ve got four common
quilts and two nice ones and four
brand new feather beds, ten sheets
and twelve pairs of pillow slips, four
linen table cloths, a dozen spoons
and a new six quart kettle, and lots
of other things."
Ozark First Aid.
"So poor little Runt has the
mumps," sympathetically said the
presiding elder. 'What are you do
ing for him?"
"Well, I've quit licking him; that's
about all," replied Gap Jchnson, of
Rumpus Ridge, Ark. "Of course his
maw is doing suthin or ruther the
reg'lar thing, I reckon and .as nigh
as I've noticed, he's supplying his
own cussing. Kansas City Star.
Couldn't Fool Gladstone.
The American-born Viscount As-
tor, whose American wife is the
first woman to become a member
of the English parliament, objected
on his fathers death, to accepting
his title of nobility on the ground
that it would drive him from the
strenuous House of Commons to the
torpid House of Lords.
"1 feel like Mr. Gladstone," he
said one day to an American jour-
tele cte tM
ON MY BIRTHDAY t
TAKE A DAY OFF BUT
THE MISSUS TAKES A
YEAR OFF ON HERS.
surul or snuw or b&d rutuls with & set
of these Iuks on their rear tires. Ex
clusive territory. Quick sales. (JooU
profits. AiUire.su Teorless Manufactur
ing Co., 611 Mutual Life ttulldititf, Se
The most perfect and beautiful
thuroUKhbred In the Northweet, will
( niake the 8uBon of 1921 at the East
ern urvKun sunk f arm.
$25 for season with returning priv
The White Hulless Barley Is kept for
Also clean Hluestem wheat this at
Durgoyne'a warehouse In Lexington.
I have also a few tons of good rye
seed at the farm.
10 head of fresh milk cows.
20 head of fine saddle and racing
25 head of Jfti ks for sale. Will lease
jacks for the season to responsible parties.
H. V. SWAOflAHT
nalist. "Mr. Gladstone was held up
in Threadneedle street by a broker
who said : 'I hear they want to make
you a peer.'
" 'What they want,' said Mr. Glad
stone, 'is to make me disappear.
I Sing of Spring.
Irautltrfclag 8 Ceata Per Yard.
We do all kinds of pleating, braiding,
button-covering, button-holing, scal
loping, chainstlti'hlng, embroidery, etc.
WINONA'S SHOP, 210 Fleidner Bldg.,
Washington at 10th St., Portland, Ore
(Heralding the first crop from the
poet's garden of 1921.)
I feel impelled, in fact compelled,
This bright and balmy day,
To burst right out and sing, or shout,
A springtime roundelay.
The winter's blues give way to muse,
A spring songs merry lilt
Is holding forth for all its worth
In castles I have built.
A robin's chirp, a month-old purp
Cavorting in the street
Such signs as these, and perking
Of springtime's presence bleat
I'm caring not a puny jot
About my income tax; !
My creditors and editors j
Can go to Halifax.
The state of things in Europe brings
No wrinkle to my brow;
The bolsheviks, the Turks and
For all of me can row
Anl change the map, including Yap,
So far as I'm concerned;
For 'tis the spring f which I sing
All other things be durned.
Mrs. Ethel Ashbaugh was called to
Pendleton on Sunday on aoount of the
serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Wm.
Sealed bids will be received by Mor
row County Court, at lleppner, Oregon,
until April dth, at 10 o'clock a. m. for
SO cords of heavy 4 ft. Blab wood for
use of Court House. Hide may be sub
mitted P. O. B. cara at Heppner or de
livered at Court House yard. Measure
ment at Court House yard only accept
ed. The right la reserved to reject any
or all bids or to accept the bid deemed
best for Morrow County.
WM. T. CAMPHKUi. Judge.
I have at my place 3H miles west of
Hardman, one 2-year-old heifer, red
with white spots. No brand visible,
ir.arked with crop out right ear also
orrer bit in right ear) Been at my
place since middle of Sept last. Own
er can have animal by paying pastur
age and settling for this advertisement.
J. E. CRAMER, Hardman, Ore.
Woman wants work. Washing and
ironing II per doien. Call 735, city.
m 24 tf.
KOK SALE Four head of good work
and brood mares, weight 120 to 1400
Kn.ll terms to responsible parties. A.
W. (lAMMEI.U Lexington, Oregon.
Local and county agents wanted to
handle and sell the Peerless Auto Lug.
Something new. First time on the
Woman Refuses to
Uncover Her Ears
Dame fanhlon ban decreed uncovered
cars for milady In predictions for 1921
spring and summer halrdress. Htill, her
American highness, woman, has of late
yars found that fashion's dictate can
be ignored and that la Just what she
is doing this spring. This low, snug
coiffure, as worn by Constance Blnney,
IcmlB Itself most beautifully to the
close-fitting spring, turban, so It pre
vails amongst the big majority.
I 'wDONAi.c" ' "itE.AlNT YA I 1 G0ESS 'WE 'AW WHOEVER HEARD OF I I WEU.
HOME PFtWV6!fa-7J WOUYrlAVE HOME-MADE etTCHA-Tll
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DINE WITH PS
Our New Blf Dining Room
It not exclusive to transient
trade. It's for the folks ot
Hevpner Ftnt, Last ant All
Give the wife a rest
and a treat a Sunday
SHORT ORDERS, TOO
If You Want
You would do well to call on
Scott & McMillan
Time to have your
DltESSES SUITS SPRING COATS HATS
We Clean or Dye Anything.
Our Work and Service Unexcelled.
Cleaning Pressing Dying Repairing