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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1923.
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CONSIDER the lilies of the
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glory was never arrayed as one
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Gu Read made Heppner a visit on
Saturday coming up from lone, where
ha spent a few daya with his family.
Ha in with the state highway depart
ment, and has been at work on the
Columbia highway at Irrigon. He wilt
continue with the crew and go to the
vicinity of Echo, where there is to be
soma work of renurfacing done on a
section of the road between Echo and
Vendleton. Since leaving Morrow
county about five yearn ago, Mr, Read
has been living at Corvallis. His fam
ily has been at lone during the time
he has been working with the high
way department, living with Mrs.
Read's mother, Mrs. W. T. McNabb.
H. H. Trowbridge of John Day was
made a director of the Guarantee A
Loan company of Portland Wednes
day, following a meeting of stork
holders of the company March 6. The
concern was organized in 1120 and is
ergaged in making livestock and farm
lour.. W. H. Potter, formerly of
Heppner, fs president of the company
and C. K. Zilly, president of the Ir-win-Hodson
company, is treasurer.
Itlue Mountain Eagle, Canyon City.
Masters James Leach and Peter Mc
Millan, two rising young business
men of Lexington, were in Heppner a
short time on Saturday. They called
at this office and had us fix them up
a "slug" from the linotype machine,
containing the firm name of Jim,
I'eto A Co., which will apsint them in
carrying on the work of the newly
formed firm. Gus McMillan accom
panid the young men to Heppner and
After going down a depth of 217
feet, A. M. Edwards secured a good
flow of water at the Devine school
house and he is now busy at the Dsn
Doherty placa down Juniper canyon.
Mr. Kdwards was in Hrppner a short
time on Saturday, and states that he
has several other well jobs awaiting
him as soon as he is through with
the Doherty job.
J. R, Huddleston was over from
Lone Rock the first of the week, be
ing somewhat interested in the open
ing of the wool market. He states
UbM STITCHING I hava Installed
a hemstitching machine at my apart
ment in the Oilman building and will
give all ordera for work in that lint
my best attentoln. Your patronage is
solicited. Mrs. C. C. Patterson. tf.
FOR SALE 6 head 4-year-old Bel
gian horses; 2 new Oliver double
discs, 8 ft. Will trade discs for
horses. Property can ba aeen at the
Blackhorsa ranch. Terms. E. M.
EASTER LI LUES. We have just
received a shipment of beautiful East
er lillies, priced from $1 to (2. Also
violets in bunches at 25c per bunch.
Will take orders for potted plants.
HUMPHREYS DRUG CO.
FOR SALtt u. H. Motor truck, 1
ton, pneumatic tires, in good condi
tion ; reasonable terms. Writ Box
391, lone, Oregon.
FOR SALE 13 Golden Campine
hens tine birds. Write or inquire
of Mrs. G. C. Aiken, Box 142, Hepp
ner. H. O. Ely, prominent farmer of
Morgan, made a business visit to this
city on Friday last.
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bedsaul of Hard
man, visited in Heppner for a short
time on Friday.
Bert Mason, leading merchant of
lone, was doing business in this city
LOST Chauffeur'e badge, No. 636.
Finder please return to W. M. Kirk,
that the weather conditions have
turned off fine out his way and that
everything is beginning to grow as it
should. Prospects for a good season
of prosperity are bright in the Lone
J. E. Mutigrnve, who lives on Rhea
creek, was up to Heppner Saturday,
at which time he was completing the
details of the sale of 250 acres of
land on Rock creek, south of Hard
mun, to O. E. Johnson. This place
was the home of Mr. Mungrave and
family for a good many years, before
they moved down on Rhea creek near
Deputy Clerk Gay M. Anderson, who
was laid up at home for a couple of
weeks with an attack of influenza,
during which time he wag a pretty
sick man, was able to get back to the
court house on Friday and is now tak
ing care of his end of the work in
the clerk's office.
D. C. Wells and family departed on i
Friday afternoon for Pendleton, their j
new home. Mr. Wells will engage in j
the real estate and insurance busi
ness at Pendleton, being associated ;
with C. L. Kcithlvy. j
W. B. Potter, president of the ,
Guarantee Loan Co., of Portland,!
has been spending a few days in I
Heppner, looking after business in
tercntf He drove up from Portland
on Sunday. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Potter. I
Mr. and Mr. M, R. Morgan and i
Mrs. Frank Kngulman were lone folks j
in Heppner on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Morgan came to the city to make
settlement of taxes at the sheriff's
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNamer mo
tored over to Walla Walla on Satur
day to spend a few days visiting at
the home of Mrs. McNamer's people,
who live near that city.
Miss Anna Hynd of Heppner and
Miss Annie C. Lowe of Cecil, Oregon,
were guents over the week end at Che
home of Mrs. W. P. Reed of this city.
The Dalles' Optimist.
Wesley Brannon was down from
Hardman on Tuesday and says that
the weather conditions there are fine
now, and spring has arrived.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lewis were hen
from Lexington on Saturday and in
vested in a tax receipt at the office of
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going, better distri
bution of load, longer-lasting
cass, and curb and
trail strength in the
new Goodyear Cord
Tire with the bev
Tread. It's the
greatest tire Good
year ever made. We
have your size now
in stock, and give
you real service.
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'Western Mede For WstWrs TftM"
Flowers That Bloom In the Spring
bespeak the law of life bringing joy
in their annual bloom. So it is in the
law of Thrift. Plant your dollars in the
soil of savings and watch them grow
annually blossoming forth in 4 per cent
The same dollars planted in the soil of
A-l investment (not speculation bring
forth bigger returns an occasion for
a greater sense of joy and satisfac
tion. Sow, then reap is the inevitable law.
It is true in every phase of life partic
ularly in the standard of exchange
which in this day and age is the Ameri
Start Today! Open a Saving Account.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Garden Week, April 2-7
National garden week as sponsored
by the national federation of women's
eluba has been set for Oregon April
2 to 7. The movement is endorsed by
President Harding, dates to be ar
ranged by the several states. The
Oregon date aa arranged by Paul V.
Maris, director of college extension
and Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, president
State Federation of Women's clubs,
is two weeks ahead of the national
date because of earlier spring. Coon
ty and home demonstration agents
and boys and girls garden clubs will
cooperate with local communities
wherever the women's clubs call pub
lic meetings. Tha extension bulletin
on vegetable gardening in the home,
prepared by A. G. Bouquet, head of
vegetable gardening at th college,
will be republished in larger editions,
the first having been exhausted in
less than a month of publication.
Work Mulea For Sale. Inquire this
JJARDEMAN hati &re
made in the west They're
tyli8h and are guaranteed to
hold their ahape. Come in
and try on one of the new
DAVID A. WILSON -
EVERYTHING 1 M EX'S WORK
AND DRESS CLOTHES.
W. W. Beehdolt nd on were in '
the city jreterdy from their farm j
hone near lUrdman. !
Frank Ueuallen returned the last
of the week from a abort Tiait to Wal
la Walla, where he waa called on
Ownera of Forda, Cherro
leta, Maxwella and Willya
Overlanda do you know
Silvertowna are now made
in aizea to (it your car?
Come and aee them!
'BEST IN THE LONO RUN
Gilliam & Bisbee's
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'legal Guarantee Givero
No need of Kniltno pain continue Work.
Aek to aee Gleo-nia Pile Treatment.
PATTERSON ft SON
Main Street -:- Heppner, Oregon
A full car load of Poul
try supplies just arrived.
Anything and every
thing for the chicken in
A flash light on a dark
night is a necessity. None
better than the Winches
ter. We have all styles and
Who said the roosters
were crowing and the
hens cackling over the
Poultry Supplies to be had
at Gilliam & Bisbee.
Water turns the wheel.
Money turns the business.
We have the business it
don't turn. Creditors
please take notice.
Gilliam & Bisbee
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than a big salmon,
halibut or white
No bones white
tender meat fried
to a crispy brown.
Come in this week
and get fresh fish
for a royal
G. B. SWAGGART
Pioneer Employment Co.
With Two Big Offlcea
PENDLETON AND PORTLAND
Is prepared to handle the business of
Eastern Oregon better than ever befor
Farms, Mills, Camps, Hotels, Oarages, Etc.
WIRE RUH ORDERS AT OIR EXPEJVIB)
Pert lamd Oasaa Feaaletaa Oaea
14 M. IH It. 11B R. Wek at.
Only Employment Office it Easten Oregon with Connections a Portland
Get Ready For
Have your old j
suit cleaned I
and fixed up. j
We Clean Everything
Leave your order for Leslie half ground Stock
Salt. Car due in 10 days. $19.50 per ton off car
or $20.00 per ton from store.
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
KIRK BUS & TRANSFER COMPANY
WM. M. KIRK. Proprietor
Prompt and efficient service at all times, both
day or night. Leave orders at Hotel Patrick
or Phone Main 6&4.
BAGGAGE : EXPRESS ' : FREIGHT
COUNTRY TRIPS -:- GENERAL HAULING
On busy Los Angeles
street cornera checker stood
and asked 150 passing mo
torists "Which gasoline do
you use?"63 answered "Red
Crown," as against 18 for the
next highest brand a lead
Because "Red Crown la an all
refinery gasoline every drop of
which vaporizes rapidly and uni
formly In the carburetor, and ia
completely consumed in thecylin.
dera.glvlnK quick starting, smooth
acceleration and maximum inila
age, "Red Crown" ia fie popular
motor fuel everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Our large stock of Diamonds are the best.
And nothing would be more pleasing these
bright days than a nice diamond.
Now is the time to have your watch re
paired as everyone will soon be Lusy.
We do not advertise closing-out sales. We
are here to stay. That's why our guarantee
PIANOS, PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS
AND SHEET MUSIC
Ou rmusic room is a delightful place to
spend a few of your leisure moments.
Come in and listen to the latest music
F. L. Harwood
Odd Fellows Building, Heppner, Ore.
Phone Main 1062
Who gets the clock in the window?
The Man Who
RESPONSIBLE man p u t s h i s
name to a piece of paper and it be
comes a check the equivalent of
He signs his name on the back of another
piece of paper and it becomes an endorsed
note good for money.
He writes a letter and it. becomes a bind
The adding of the name makes these
things solemn and legal obligations.
" The man who signs is responsible.
Just so with an advertisement the mo
ment a man signs his name to it he has made
a pledge to the public.
He is bound by his word as much as if he
signed a check or a note. He must do what
he promised on the terms he promised.
If he does not, he courts busniess disaster.
The man who advertises a lie publicly pro
claims himself a liar. Such men are seldom
in business but frequently in asylums.
. Is is safer to buy advertised articles than
nondescript ones. It is safer to deal with
merchants who advertise than with those
who do not.
An advertisement is a signed pledge of
good faith to the public.
See the merchants and manufacturers
who welcome the chance to back their goods
and products with their names.
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