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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNKR. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1923.
THE CHVRCH BACKWARD.
AS HAS been mid Vy many who are
tulerit of the condition, there
rt two tnd-ncies that are working
toother to disrupt all orthodox evan-p-flical
denomination. Thete two
forcei mipht properly be called false
teaching and autocracy.
The fall Uacher has been in the
cfcoreh aince the first century. He
tried to destroy with hi? false doc
trine the little croup of Christians
who beg-an in the first century, and
since that time he haa been march
ing aerons the continents of time.
The rationalist is compelled to set
up a human gospel, a piece of human
machinery, and to build his little bu
reaus in order that he may advance
his cause. He is corrupt at heart,
designing in his motives, autocratic
in his methods, bureaucratic in his
A great many of those who are
teachng and who have taug-ht false
doctrines have taup-ht them because
they wanted to reduce God's stand
ard and mode of living, or because
they have never become regenerated
The falw teachers and the advo
cates of the vicious doctrines are per
fectly willing to use money, political
machinery, or any other means that
they can devise, to destroy the in
fluence and power of the great Chris
tian leaders of the day. They use
every method of chicanery to keep
such ministers out of pulpits, to pre
vent their being called to permanent
pulpits, and to deprive them of lead
ership in their denominations.
No regenerated man has ever de
nied or will ever deny the deity of
Christ. Therefore, any such denial
on the part of any man who claims
to be a minister of the gospel is
prima facie evidence that he has
never been regenerated.
These false teachers and ration
alistic agents enter our denomina
tions and try to destroy our church
governments and establish their Ne
ro-like autocratic, bureaucratic gov
ernment of destruction.
Will the layman awake and drive
this biack hand from the church?
Give the little chicks a good start
we have the necessary chick feed.
Also for the laying hens bone meal,
egg maker, grit and oyster shelL Peo
piey Hardware Company.
CECIL NEWS ITEMS
Mr, ard Mm. J. Hartesty and fam
ily and K. B. Gorton and Mr. and Mra.
Fred Pettyjohn and family of Mor
gan were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mr. H. Streeter on Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Geo. Henriksen of tha
Strabrry ranch, and Mr. and Mra.
H. J. Streeter of Cecil were caller in
Hfppner on Saturday.
Jack Hyr.d. accompanied by Miss
Annie Hynd and Mr. Frank Madden
sp?nl Tuesday and Wednesday in
A. Henriksen and son Clifford of
Lexinpton were calling at the Oral
Henriksen ranch of Ewing on Thurs
day. Miss Orpha Williams, who has been
at the Last Camp for some time, left
for her home in Newberg Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. L. D. May of The Dal
les are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. May at Lone Star ranch.
Mrs, Lena Snell Shurte, county su
perintendent, of Heppner, visited the
Cecil school on Tuesday.
W. EL Weatherford and son of lone
were looking up their old time friends
on Wednesday in Cecil.
Mrs. Ista Rauernfiend and son Mar
tin were calling on their friends in
Cecil on Sunday.
Bob Thompson and Guy Boyer of
Heppner were busy men around Cecil
Harold Ahalt and Herman Havecost
After Every hfal
of Rh Siding ipnt Sunday in lone
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Minor of Port
land were callera at the Last Camp
J. W. Brymtr of Heppner wai a
caller at the Jack Hynd ranch Tue-day.
B. F. Morgan and family were busi
ness callers in Cecil on Tuesday.
K. Balcomb of Montan was a Cecil
caller on Monday.
A $139 Silvertone phonograph, wal
nut cabinet, attachments for Edison,
Emerson, Okeh, Brunswick and Col
umbia records; price $76. In good
condition Also $4$ worth of records
good condition, for $25.
A $66 book case, 6 sections with
base and top, glass door in each sec
tion; golden oak, no scratches, all
in good condition at $40.
Two $37.50 rockers, upholstered in
brown leatherette, very strong springs
good as new, at $25. each.
4 gilt picture frames, with glass
for each: 60 cents apiece. See MRS.
F. R. BENNETT, Lexington, Ore. tf.
Shot Up Your Chickens
Notice is hereby given to all chic
ken owners within the city limits of
Heppner, that the city has an ordin
ance prohibiting the running at
large of chickens, as well as all other
domestic animals. This ordinance
will be atrictly enforced, and all
owners of chickens and domestic an
imals will comply with the same, or
expect to suffer the penalty therein
By order of the City Council.
S. P. IXEVIN,
There came to my place, the Jack
son farm southwest 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.
FOR SALE IS Golden Campine
hens fine birds. Write or inquire
of Mrs. U. C. Aiken, Box 142, Hepp
Chew your food
well, then use
WRIG LEY'S to
It also keeps
the teeth clean,
Tim Grmat America
WE MEET TRAINS NOS. 1, I, 18
Arlington Lv 9:00
Cecil Lv 10:20
Heppner Lv , 9:00
Lexington Lv 9:25
Iona Lv 9:50
Morgan Lv 10:05
Cecil Lv. 10:35
I ih'.afimut 1
is like a
It shows you
every sterj in
of a dress
Buy Butterick Patterns With
MINOR & CO.
Headquarter! at Patrick Hotel
O. H. McPERRRLN R. E. BURKE
DO YOU EXJOY SIKLI,
Served in any &tyle 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.
A complete line of tools for the handy
man in home or garden. "Good work
depends upon the tools" every man
Spading Forks, Barrows, Rakes, Hoes,
Watering Cans, Sycles, Lawn Mowers,
Hose, Shovels, and our "Handy Kit."
Peoples Hardware Co.
KU KLUX KLAN
REV. W. A GRESSMAN
Pastor Christian Church, Pendleton, Oregon,
will give free public lectures on
"The Truth About the Ku Klux Klan"
LEXINGTON, ORE., APRIL 25th, 1923
AMERICAN LEGION HALL
IONE, ORE., APRIL 26th, 1923
ODD FELLOWS HALL
HEPPNER, ORE., APRIL 27, 1923
Lectures Will Commence at 8:00 p. m.
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 Vi Pints
Our milk is delivered from tubercular
tested cows is strictly pure.
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 j
WELL DRILLER, Box 14, Lexington, Ore.
s Up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for all sizes of hole
2 and depths. Write for contract and terms. Can furnish you
1 CHALLENGE SELF-OILING WINDMILL
all steel. Light Running, Simple, Strong, Durable, 1
Open for Business
The Music Shop
mental and Dance
TWO BIG SONG HITS JUST OUT
"CRYING FOR YOU," Waltz
"DEAREST," Fox Trot
WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
IRVING A. MATHER
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
Day Old Chicks
FROM BEST STRAINS OF
LEGHORNS April to May 10 delivery $13.00
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
FRIDAY, APRIL 20th
RUTH ROLAND in
"THE TIMBER QUEEN"
Episode No. 12
"Quail Hunting", Field and Stream Pictures
Fun From the Press
SATURDAY, APRIL 21st
'THE LAST TRAIL"
Anouner Zane Grey Picture
With Ea Novak and Wallace Beery
Aesop Fable, "The Lion and the Mouse."
Topics of the Day.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, April 22 and 23
SPECIAL CAST in
"THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE"
From the Famous play by
Chas. Rann Kennedy
Comedy "FELIX FIFTY-FIFTY"
WED. AND THURS., APRIL 23th and 26th
PETE MORRISON in
and "FELIX LENDS A HAND"
Enid Bennett in
"KEEPING UP WITH LIZZIE"
Constance Talmadge in
"POLL OF THE FOLLIES"
Charlie Chaplin in "PAY DAY"
Dorothy Dalton in "FOOL'S PARADISE"
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pONSIDER the squirrel, Ohy my son,
and be wise. J or 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
doth pour. But thy Bank Book will protect thee
and thou will be blest amongst men.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
L. MONTERESTELLI 1
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
THE body of the NEW OVERLAND
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.