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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1923.
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tt to year and under. W. HAR-
V ace your ordrr now for top qual
ity lopurt'f mes at fl.MI rer crate,
j-htjprd bv pro!i same day an pick
id. K. L.G1THKXS. E.-ifle Creek, Or.
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im'tt. In fltMrirU rrr i'-:"ur pm-
ff.dd riu-ii" on .v 'hI'r it i a food
i.lfii to u'f a li!? f-n tip pens ear y
ir, tV T'lirip.
Tf- f.rry fruit fy forre r-ut of
h yri-.d Kiyal rn crnies are
twrr ii c rd- from roT till h"1f r mid
die of June. THs te only time it
rn W Cfrfrolif d i t it i bur.zir.p
ah..ut trci nr-d iickir.p up t: t
hot.f y dew. Tr.e fly i to-tUrd tu?
nire of the ror-.nvn r.oae fly, dark
ith ye Low Yrud ard Si rind cro?
hand or picture on tie wirps. The
ff'1!r!tip fi-w-rM J p-'ii-oi? bait spriy
"p-f't it": 1 d nr-f nte a half
pourd. rr, cr ?i rep revtr hon
ey - 2 cti'irt v, w; '.t r K1 jr&l !or;s. This
if rrsoi.ph icr fil'Out ;V trf-t's.
Wi iled p. !,!( psarts should b
ropued ci. t of t't e field dfsipned for
ccTtinc:jnr.. K t i? a c&e of pisiri
-i,t the riant? on each side are
bc-st tjiktn oi.l. bs the dioa?-e spread?
throuph the- s-oil ar.d is a.niost sure
to ir. i pSi.nts c1o?tr than two feet.
Vcpembie prowcr? who water their
crops may prow at least two crops
yisr on the sHU.e prour.d. The first
crop is such a beets, peas spinach.
rhdtfhe, prirp lettuce rd early
CBhbapT. The follow-up crop n;ay be
such b; liitfl bens, late sweet corn,
fall lettuce, Ut carrots, fall spinach,
or celt ry. The water is especially
vaiuab.p for t;e sccor.d crop either
to Rid setd perir.i nation or he'-p the
trar.i-plnt pet est-abihtd.
W have quite a supply of SOxSH
used tires and tubes in pood condi
tion at prices from 60c up. HEFP
I SKO CAR PARTS.
We have just wrecked a Chevrolet
4w Many part in excellent condi
tion at bargain price. HEPPNER
OF COUNTY COURT
(Continued fro Firrt Pace)
The ps Grocery Co.. H. H. B.
C!vds F..iuip. Co., H. H. B
K. L. Beach, H. H. B
Howard Cooper Corp.. H.H.B.
Feoplea Hdw. Co., H. H. B.
Heppner Garape. Gen. Roads
C. V. Hopper, Gen. Roads
F. C. Mailoy. B. 6
R. E. Harbison. B. 6
Frar.k Connor. No. Is
Frnrk Nixon, No. lfi
Kl.l.lS MINOR SELLS RANCHES.
lien! estate dta;s were consumma
ted at Merpr.er this week, wherein
Ei.is Minor and Fhi;3 Brady disposed
of tht-ir Willow creek ranch four
miles tflow L-rie, krown a the Shutt
plre, to H. A. Cool, recer.tly arrived
from outh Dakota. Mr. Brsdy will
pive immediate poession of tre
piace, and retires from the ranching
frame for the present, at least. Mr.
Minor also disposed of two mountain
tracts of range Jwrid. 2iV0 acres, being
purchased by Fnint Monohan and
ir('0 acres by Frank Wilkinson. Hepp
ner ranchmen and sheep owner. He
will er-nnmie to run his combination
alfalfa and wheat farm, adjoining the
Shutt ranch on the east.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss Edith Huphe of this county
and Edmund J. Smith of The PiUes
were granted iicor.ee to wed on Tus-
day by County C.eik Araer?n. The '
young couple were Inter mtrried by j
Kev. Gi. landers of Lexington.. j
Piano SacrificeBt sutiful pino :
for sa;e in this vicinity at big saving
and terms $10 month y to pvod peo
p.e. F'.-r particulars write Cir.e Mus
ic Co- 7vl Wr.?i-ir.pton St.. Portland.
Bone meal, scratch feed, egg maker :
chick feed, grit and oyster shell all
necessary to get the best results from
your poultry pens. Come to us for :
these. Peoples Hardware Company.
For Sale Full blood 0. L C. boar. 1
3 months old; also 2 full blood O. i.
C. sows to farrow in July that will
trade for cows or heifers. ORAL
KENRIKSEX. Cecil, Ore. 3t.
Jake Griffiths, who was formerly a
resident of Heppner. is visiting here
this week, a g-je-t at the home of Mr.
and i s. J. A. Patterson. His home
at Cr r.:sk... War..
FOR SALE BY
UTOURELL AUTO CO.
staple cotton, of ex
tra tensile strength,
goes into the new
Goodyear Cord Tire
with the beveled All
That's one reason
why Goodyear Cord
Tires stand up rug
gedly for thousands
on thousands of
miles, jiving you ut
most te perform
ance at low tire cost
4 (.nW.rv ferric. Slatinn
tS". tt-t Mil aid rrium-
r if i., I h r n.f L.trfitir
t ... l u.lh tr l.nrUJ All-
Ihmm up uith standard
"V- rtttrt ii Mlf for V r HcfH T r
Come in and look
over our new location j
in the Odd Fellows
Building, where you
will find one of the j
best equipped dining
rooms in Eastern Ore
gon. And when you have
inspected the front,
come back and take a
look at our sanitary
You will be able to
get quick service at
our lunch counter.
! ED. CHINN, Prop.
Reduced Prices on
nn Bsri.Mr, No. 15 80.17
Fob Buschke. Spl. 14 15.00
J. W. Kirschner, H. H. B 4S.00
Spl. 14 11.00
C. V. Kin. H. H. B .14.50
Cr! Cuson, H. H. B 15.00
Ralph Moore, H. H. B (S.00
V. O. Bsyless. H. H. B 2S.20
Eddie Chid.ey. H. H. B 60.00
Howard McDurTee. H. H. B. .. 24.00
Hcrpner Herald. H. H. B S5.00
N. F. Florenee. Willow Creek 6.00
Mr. Terl Jams. Wil. Creek 10.00
Tum-A-Lum l.br. Co Willow
BriltBin Bros.. Spl. 14 B 17.25
Farmers Elevator Co., Spl. 14
H. H. B 83.80
Standard Oil Co., H. H. B 1S5.01
Willow Creek 16.50
Spl. 14 88.99
F. Shively, H. H. B. 22 00 I
Boardman Trading Co., B 2 47 SS
A. J. Knobloek. No. 15 8 97 !
Elbe Fuller. No. 15 g.7 '
H. J. Cox. No. 16 4 M ,
C. W". Kirk. No. 20 6.50 ,
Feenaughty Machine Co., No.
M. F. Wadsworth, Spl. 1 . 8.30 I
l'endleton Sheep Co.. Spl. 4 183.50 j
Enpelman Hdw. Co., Spl. 14 B 2.85 :
W. L. McCaleb, Gen. Road .. 155.58
Humphreys Drug Co., B 6 5.30 I
Martin Reid, H. H. B 22.08 ,
A. Z. Barnard. Spl. 14 .B 4.20
Independent Garage, Spl. 14 4.20
Bert Mason, Gen. Roads 13.25
First. National Bank, Gen.
F. & S. Nat. Bank, Gen. Rds. 1,004.54
Bank of lone. Gen. Roads 109.86
Arlington Nat. Bank. Gen. Rd. 70 .il
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SUNDAY 11 A. M.
Program by Boys and Girls, 7:45 p. m.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ALL SERVICES
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OLD FAITH rUL
Once eVery yeVenty winuigj
3400 gquare miles of marvels, beauty
and color nothinn lilt it on rth
leaping (tt-yaern, itruwlingrrotto. boiling
cauldrons, nature's most fantastic form
ations, in the midst of which are mag
n :fivnt hotels.charining cottage villagft
3M) milt's of matchless boulevards and
ail the comforts of home,
fnd for ovir booklft. It tells the thril
ling story of nature's wonderland. Our
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR
Operated DAILY during the seaaon
Portland and West Yellowstone
Union Pacific System
L?t our representatives explain the
various tours which enable visitors to
see the Yellowstone at minimum cost;
also quote f:ires, prepar your itinerary
and make your reeervat hn. Call on
C DARBEE, Agent
Genentl TasnenutT Agent,
I now carry a complete stock of building
material at Lexington.
FULL LINE OF ROUGH AND
Large stock of pine in the rough. M. D.
Tucker in charge.
LOCATED IN LIVERY STABLE
Cash & Carry Store
We now carry the quality bread of the
Davidsons Ideal Bread
WHOLE WHEAT, HONEY HEALTH
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
. ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
THE MUSIC SHOP
Come in and hear our latest records and
Sherman-Clay Pianos, String and Band Instru
ments Let us tell you about our Easy Payment Plan
and have Music While You Pay
at half thz price
If you could get better lubrication with high-priced oils
in return for the fancy price you pay. well enough but
the superiority of Zerolene in each of the following testi
kas been demonstrated repeatedly:
1. Zerolene follows closely the changing clearances
of the moving engine parts; it maintains perfect
piston seal always.
2. Zerolene absorbs less gasoline than other oila;lt
resists dilution and emulstfication in the cranlccasfc
3. Zerolene lorms less carbon; it cuts carbon re.
moval operations from 25 to 509i.
The reason is this: Zerolene is produced fnm selectei
Western Naphthenic-Base Crude, and vacuum-distilled
by the exclusive high-vacuum process developed by
Insist on Zerolene even if it does cost lest.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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.
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
Jm. mm m k.v .
ROLLED BARLEY i
We have some high grade, clean, steam
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
BROWN & LOWRY
I A. M. EDWARDS I
! WELL DRILLER. Box 14. Lexington. Ore.
Up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for all sizes of hole E
2 and depths. Write for contract and terms. Can furnish you
CHALLENGE SELF-OILING WINDMILL
5 all steel. Light Running, Simple, Strong, Durable. s
The Most Wonderful Phonograph, at
Odd Fellows Bldg. Phone 1062 Heppner, Oregon
WHAT EVERY SUCCESSFUL
The man who has worked for his accumulations; the man
with responsibilities of success, he knows the necessity and
full value of established relations with a first class banking or
ganization. Financing any business to success, whether it be mercan
tile, industrial or agricultural, is a job which requires courage.
But most important of all is to have an established credit and
a friendly business relationship with bankers of proven ability;
men of vision who know their own success can be only in pro
portion to your.
No matter what your work may be you are striving for
success. Start today to establish your credit. This bank can
assist you. Carnegie's great fortune started in a small saving
account while he was delivering telegrams as a tiny lad in
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 14 & 15
JACK HOLT in
"THE CALL OF THE NORTH"
CHAS. HUTCHINSON & LUCY FOX in
Harold Lloyd in "Get Out and Get Under"
SATURDAY, JUNE 16
"KINDRED OF THE DUST"
By PETER B. KYNE
A PICTURE YOU SIMPLY MUST SEE
Comedy "Felix Minds the Kid"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 17 & 18
CECIL B. DE MILLE'S PRODUCTION
Featuring Leatrice Joy and Conrad Nagel
Aesop's Fable "Hunter and His Dog"
Topics of the Day
Look Over Next Week's List of Pictures.
You Will Want to See Them Every One.
Thursday and Friday, June 21 and 22 Wal
lace Reid in "THE DICTATOR."
Saturday, June 23 Ralph Connor's "THE
MAN FROM GLENGARY." Also Col.
Heza Liar in "The Nature Faker."
Sunday and Monday, June 24 and 25 "THE
LOVES OF PHARAOH." Also Harold
Lloyd in "Number Please."
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