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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1923)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1923.
Til CfcoM f J oh a Raiieyrttn
By 8prMvr AWrt
John Barleycorn, who net wm
Has torn afain, reign.
Kit rot- ough wttnsed noit
It often w in broad cUjr-lifV.L
A Vft of ccarM, he omtwhtt
Not knowing whether yon or I
He Bought hint at an allied
With ebeering words and to de
fend With blade and pistol, tooth and
Agwinat the iure death dealing
Or whether we hava come ipiea,
W ith liftenir.g ear and prying
And ready at the sight of rum.
To knock him into kingdom come.
So that i why he's like a fox;
He had so many painful knocks.
We all remember, friend and foe,
Whiie here in person years ago.
So nrw he curves and declares,
Hell not be taken unawares.
E'en though his enemies they
TheyV set a trap to catch his
The robes of this late ghostly elf,
Would make one think its John
He's very clever to disguise.
While trying to materialise.
His friend are seeking through a
To change the present Volstead
And place him back upon the
This modem ghastly fiend of
Is trailed by odors of his sUme
fie opens wide his mouth and
This poison nauseating booxe.
He has his stills in mountain
And mans them with his hosts of
After Every Meal
Top off each meal
with a bit ol
sweet In the form
sausnes me t5in
sweet tooth andiSssSS-
Or in the cellar, dark and damp.
You'll tind turn there the dirty
In labeled bottles by the score,
Just like we saw in days of yore.
And should you venture rery near
And rain the friendship of this
You'll thus observe this modern
Is dreaded in clothes that often
His outward semblance to appaar.
Like some well known old brand
And thus you swear between your
His robe is filled with dead men's
This moonshine ghost we now be
hold. Has murdered thousands yet un
told. And thousands yet are wrecked in
But left to duplicate their kind.
And still his bony clamy hand.
Is beckoning you to join his band.
This noted ghost of moonshine
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Popular Mechanics Company
100-214 L Oatar StrMt, CHICAttO, HI.
WE MEET TBADiS NOS. 1, 2, 18
Heppnr Lt :00
Lexington Lt 9:25
lone L :50
Morgin Lt 10:05
Cecil Lt 10:35
Arlington Ar 11:55
Headquarter ' Patrick Hotel
O. H. McPERRRtN R. E. BURKE
I m i YOF ENJOY SIKLL
Served in any style "to
Our Sunday dinners are an
attraction and should appeal
to you. Save the wife extra
work Sundays by taking din
ner with us just bring the
whole family along.
F. R. BROWN and R. W. L0WRY
HAVE BOUGHT AND ARE NOW MANAGING THE
UNTIL RECENTLY RUN BY PHILL COHN. THE NEW FIRM OF
Brown & Lowry
IS READY TO SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF
Feed, Grain and Wool Bags
Good Service, High Quality, Reasonable Prices
WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE, REMEMBER WE HAVE
A POLICY FOR EVERY PURPOSE
AND IT COSTS YOU LESS
Office in Gilman Building, Heppner, Ore.
OFFICE PHONE 642. WAREHOUSE 613
Heppner Transfer Co.
R. E. JONES, Prop.
Handles Freight and is Prepared to do a
General Hauling and Transfer Business
SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO
A. M. EDWARDS
WELL DRILLER, Box 11, Lexington, Ore.
Up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for all sizes of hole
nd depths. Write for contract and terms. Can furnish you
CHALLENGE SELF-OILING WINDMILL
all steel. Light Running, Simple, Strong, Durable.
Received his all prerailinr name.
Because the moon and silent niicV.t.
He much per fret to broad day
light The more hit ribs we club and
The more he takes it at a joke.
Ti!l seems this ghostly state of his
Regardless of what hit station is.
Successfully, with gaining Tim,
Recruiting more to strengthen
And those who love to shake hia
Ignore with pride, the nations
By introducing at their will.
The poison product of the atill.
To those who otherwise would be.
Most useful to society.
That's why the nation's all astir.
To capture this unwieldly cur,
And chain him, hand and foot and
Securely tight against the wall.
So lets be patient and perhaps.
Some day he'll step Into our traps,
And rid the nation of this thorn.
The ghost of old John Barleycorn.
FOR SAl.E-l'iga and ahoats from
SO to 60 pounds in weight Sold in
any number. Inquire Central Market.
FOR SALE Or will trade for hogs,
36 head sheep, ewea, lambs, wethera
and buck. W. Harold Mason, lone.
Percy Jarmon, leading alfalfa
raiser of Butter Creek, was a busi
ness visitor in this city on Monday.
Walter Luckman was in from Lena
Friday, looking after business af
fairs in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lewis of Lexing
ton were visitors in this city on
350 acres seeded summerfallow to
be leased. D. E. GILMAN.
Eat a variety of foods. If you
live on one article of food, you'll
From April 1st, the following prices
MILK, per quart, 12 1-2 Cts.
This is to be on the basis of Strictly Cash.
CREAM TICKETS $2.60
For 16'2 Pints
Our milk is delivered from tubercular
tested cows is strictly pure.
soon become like it in appearance.
Too many aweeta make aour chil
dren. If you are under weight, eat more
food. Take a quart of milk in tome
form every day.
Shut Up Your Chickens
Notice is hereby given to all chic
ken ownera within the city limits of
Heppner, that the city has an ordin
ance prohibiting the runnin at
large of chickens, aa well at all other
domestic animals. This ordinance
will be strictly enforced, and all
owners of chickens and domestic an
imate will comply with the same, or
expect to suffer the penalty therein
By order of the City Council.
S. P. DEV1N,
FENCE POSTS FOR BALE-2000,
mostly tamarack, on Barlow ranch,
near Parkers Mill. Price 64c cash.
H. L. GREEN, Parkera Mill, Oregon.
There came to my place, the Jack
son farm aouthwest of Lexington, on
March 25, one dark brown mule, about
7 years old and weighing about 900
pounds; has a dim brand on left
shoulder and fresh collar scar on
right shoulder. E. S. MILLER.
Day Old Chicks
FROM BEST STRAINS OF
LEGHORNS April to May 10 delivery $15.00
per 100; $70.00 per 500; $125.00 per 1000.
BARRED ROCKS $21 per 100; $200 per 1000.
Rhode Island Reds $21 per 100; $200 per 1000.
WRITE FOR MY CATALOGUE
J. M. McCALEB
LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING
GOODS, HATS, CAPS, SHOES
FANCY SATEEN 40c Yard
PERCALES 25c Yard
SILK HOSE 85c Pair
GET OUR PRICES ON GROCERIES
A General Line of Brooms Priced at
75c -90c -$1.10
No Plow Is Better Than Its
just as no knife is better than its blade or as
no gun is better than its barrel. John Deere plows
the kind we handle are famous everywhere becausa
of the quality in their bottoms.
we made of the beat material for
They are designed by men
who have spent a lifetime in
ttudying soil conditions and
building plows to meet them.
There are shapes and styles to
suit every soil condition.
When you select a John Deere
plow, equipped with bottoms
built for your kind of soil, you
can always be sure of good scour
ing, long wear and thorough
Next time you are in the store
let us show you how John Deere
bottoms are made how they
are shaped just right for good
work and light draft; how per
fectly they are reinforced at
points of greatest wear; how the
unbreakable, unbendoble steel
frog gives to mold board, share
and landside the strongest sup
You are sure to appreciate the quality in John
Deere Plows with genuine John Deere bottoms.
Peoples Hardware Co.
Saturday and Monday Only
Swift's Back Bacon 26 1 -2c
SwftsBulkLard 18 l-2c
Shredded Cocoanut 25c
Crackers, 2 pounds for 35c
Farina, 99-10 pound sack 60c
I will deliver on Tuesday and Friday morn
ings for 1 Oc extra an order.
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
FRIDAY, APRIL 13th
THOMAS JEFFERSON in
j "RIP VAN WINKLE"
RUTH ROLAND in
"THE TIMBER QUEEN"
"Col. Heza Liar's Treasure Island" and
Fun From the Press
SATURDAY, APRIL 14th
MARY CARR and J. BARNEY SHERRY
"FLEECED FOR GOLD"
SUNDAY and MONDAY, APRIL 15 and 16
WESLEY BARRY in
"SCHOOL DAYS" .
Snub Pollard in "YEARS TO COME"
ADMISSION 30c AND 50c '
WED. and TIIURS., APRIL 17th and 18th
"THE QUEEN OF SHEBA"
20c and 40c
"DESERT GOLD" By Zane Gray
"THE LAST TRAIL"
"THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE"
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DRY GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS'
FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, SHOES
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
We handle the best that money can
buy, and the prices are right. Come in
and let us figure with you.
G.-T. Printing Is Known For Its Good Quality
I0NSIDER the squirrel, Ohy my son,
and be wise. For when the sun shines,
then doth he gather the fruit of the
nut trees. But when the trees cease
to bear fruit and snow covers the ground, then
doth the squirrel feast on the nuts he hath stor
ed against the cold days.
If thou would be wise and farseeing, get thy
self a Bank Book and use it frequently. Be pre
pared for the Rainy Day; for when it rains it
cloth pour. But thy Bank Book will protect thee
and thou will be blest amongst men. .
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
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
qpHE body of the NEW OVERLAND
A Touring Car is made entirely of steel,
with baked enamel finish. The hood is
higher body lines arc longer seats are
lower and the upholstery removable.
$666 f. o. b. Heppner
RAY M. OVIATT & DICK JOHNS
At Universal Garage, Heppner, Ore.