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THE GAZETTE-flMES, HEITXEK, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921.
I f U M Jn , Mr. Jarrw and
. .bf.'f Mo- v':h V;v n r-
.,'-. en at pvf !t ft frr-n Portland.
it fv hfcV tfffi Rf-tn.: . .-p th past
rtf ' 'h I r f Jun kii called to Port-It-
. n arcfsir-t if th Mi:? of h!
it '.t : h.-m h rrKrt If gradually
PRn;:iT !n;o the ihi'lowi, beinir past
p:t that one farmer In tii lone sec
t un has harvested 7000 bushel t-f
whcAt from a ftold of 140 acre, thu?
(retv:r.g a ield of 50 bushels per acre
This boats anything we have heard of
o far this season.
vesting of his crop out on the Sand
Hollow ranch is progressing well with
a voiiibiue He is brirRing: the grain
to to vn tn bulk in a big truck, making
thre trips a day and keeping dp pret
ty well with the thresher.
I . Hunt ts ever from Hermiston to
lut-k after work In the office cf county .
atent here for a day or so. He has his:
family nicely located tn their new j
hnrr.e, and states that his new duties
as manarer of the Oregon Hay Grow
er association will begin at one and
he anticipates having rlenty to do,
O. W McN'amer, proprietor of the
Central Market, made a trip out into
the Monument country last Sunday and
bought up a fine bunch of hogs, lie
found the weather some hot down on
the John Pay river. j
V:n. Hall and wife returned the first
of the week from Iehman Springs,
where they spent a vacation of two
weeks and enjoyed a fine time.
Ira W. Thornton, formerly proprietor
of Heppner Garage Machine Shop her,
passed through town today on his re
turn to Portland from Penedleton.
A reliable man brings to us the re- O. T. Ferguson state that the ha
Christian Church, Friday, Aug. 5, 2 p. m.
A Free Lunch
An opportunity to receive a qurrt Wear-Ever
pan free of charge. Leave your purses at home.
All Ladies of Heppner Welcome
DINE WITH US
Our New Bis Dining Room
Is not exeluilTt to trnilnt
tnde. It'i for the folks of
Reppner First, Last ant All
Give the wife a rest
and a treat a Sunday
SHORT ORDERS, TOO
MONDAY and TUESDAY
n n a pv i
ever in his latesl
WPKXFTEB r" HARRY
CARET 7 "
plrture with bit Uath and
bit Uirin and bit panb la It
A4 ban ha la with all Uvea, in
raUoplnr dnuBA f a. eowpojiober
rfca U-Ud t reform a roofta,
taaia taira and waa haraawhip
pa4 aaS klaao far bia paJai. U'S
Also Comedy, "Bring on
What is a Nut?
found out but she
first had to turn
Society up -side
down and shake it!
When a "little
group of serious
thinkers" tried to
a riot broke loose
the most hilar
iously funny farce
that ever hit the
screen. See it but
cime prepared to
Madge Kennedy in
Adapted from the
Evening Post story
Trimmed with Bed
Also two -reel com
edy, "His Wife's
'of 'a Little MUu-Cab
-dwmiw&wbaL Pet Angora
the delightful young star
-. "ill iLi-i ;c
, WrW WUIL uu ru.u isv
Abo Comedy and Weekly
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
"Two Kinds of Love"
The absorbing story of a woman's white lie, and its thrilling consequences. A
real heart drama in which a dear little boy and a spotted pup play two mighty im
portant parts. Love, hate, strife, peace, pathos and humor add to the thrills of
"Two Kinds of Love."
Program August 5th to 11th
"Judge, I promised not t soteal but I want to take back that promise."
This was the odd message a juvenile court magistrate received over the tel
ephone from a lad whom he had found guilty and put on probation some months be
fore. The judge had dealt leniently then, because the boy looked "straight."
This judge seldom went wrong.. Still, here was the surprising 'phone message!
What did it mean? If the lad WAS totally dishonest, why did he warn the judge
of new misdeeds? See
WM .D. TAYLOR'' PRODUCTION
"The Soul of Youth"
Featuring Judge Lindsay, of the Denver Juvenile
Court and strong cast.
These ABC Rules
Adjustment and oiling nuke your
oeennga kut longer proper inflation
and careful driving make your tires last
for cleaning nukea your spark
pluge aerve longer and better. It la
worth remembering that there are rules
just as simple lor making your battery
last longer and serve more faithfully.
Here are three rules in A B C form:
I Put la watar tajularb sod karp op tba
t And when your prarnt battrTy mart out,
bur a WUlard Threackd Rubber Battery
tba only battery with Threaded Rubber
Inaulatioa between tba piatce.
There la only one battery good
enough for us to back by our unquali
fied recommendatioa that's the Wil
lard Threaded Rubber Battery. Come
in and well show you some records It
has made right here.
BATTERY ELECTRIC SERVICE STATION
! ' 2 taif 'ftf ftf " ' 3 III I
i 2 Hill fi ti fr T it el ill iwM
Oil COOK STOVES
Meals on Time
The Florence cooks, bakes and roastg
evenly and thoroughly. No ashes, no
smoke, no troublesome dampers.
Let us show you what an intensely
not, blue flame its powerful burners
give. Handy levers control the heat
perfectly. Kerosene supply is always in
sight in the glass bull's-eye of the tank.
The baker's arch of the Florence
Portable Oven assures even baking,
tempting pastries, and well-browned
Its a pleasure
to cook with
A Good Oil
I ALSO GOOD COMEDY
VALVE-IN -HEAP fe)
r MOTOR CARS
The New Buick "Four"
the Famed Buick
the 'Buick Valve-in-Head
A Tower Want
That Has Proved
A Great Car,
Prices Make It An
22-34 Two Passenger Roadster t 935
22-35 Five Passenger Touring - 975
22-36 Three Passenger Coupe - 1475
22-37 Five Passenger Sedan - - 1650
Prim F. O. B. Flint, Mithitan
Ctri Tint Standard Eqmpmenl tn all Modeli
Su Utbr Sfiafieatim and Dtliviry Dam
The new Four-Cylinder Buick, here announced,
is a thoroughbred a pedigreed car well worth
of its name.
Down to the very lait detail, this new model poisewei
every quality of enduring serviceability, complete
comfort, and distinctive appearance that have alwayi
characterized Buick automobiles.
The advent of this new Four makes the Buick 1922
line complete. It offers to purchasers of a car of this
size all the quality and service that go to make uo
the name "Buick."
The engine, of course, is of the time-tested Buick
Valve-in-Head type. The year-after-year concentra
tion of Buick's engineering skill and experience in
building Valve-in-Head motors assures the highest
standard of performance obtainable today.
Every other unit is of a quality equal to the power
plant. The whole assembly constitutes a perfectly
balanced chassis which is of typical Buick construction.
The equipment of Cord Tires is merely evidence of
the quality which characterizes the entire car.
Two open and two closed body types mounted on
the Rutck built chassis comprise the new scried.
Even the most casual inspection of the details of design
and workmanship will reveal that full measure of qual
ity which mbtoristshave learned toassociate with Buick.
Obviously a high grade automobile a genuine Buick
production the prices listed below make this great
Four even greater. A value such as this is possible
only because of the combination of Buick engineer
ing skill devoted to the one ideal of quality, Buick
production facilities developed over nearly a quarter
of a century, and Buick's nation-wide distribution
and service organization.
The Buick Motor Company is proud of the Buick
Four. It has the faith of long experience in this
newest addition to its line. It places upon it unre
servedly the Buick guarantee carried by every Buick
automobile produced. That its confidence is well
placed is manifested not only by the keen interest
with which motorists have awaited this announce
ment, but also the advance orders placed by distri
butors, dealers, and the general public.
Vaughn & Goodman
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT-BUICK WILL BUILD THEM