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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1923.
THE BEPrsKB TiMfch, KMttMk
Ortrm, -! matter.
ADVEBTIdC HATFH GIVEN OS
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HOBBOW COI NTT OFFICIAL PATEE
Torgn Adrti-.n Rprttiv
THk AUhJUCAN FkKSS ASSOCIATION
chard Lloyd Jones Says:
Detfrmise Your Worth.
EVK.RY man weighs himseif and de
termir.cf hi own worth. We earn
vhRt e rteen-i'. A!l wapea are not
p;.id in com. The iren who work only
for morry seldom hav anything but
rooPty. Arrt vtietncr tney cave mucn
or lit i ie of that they are soon forgot
ten b a wor:d ewger to reward unsel-
It is a common practice to blame
the world for our own faults. When
y.mr er-timate of your own worth and
the valid' estimate do not apree.
hurvey yours if before you curse the!
Conceit is an essential element to
every success. Oxypen is essential to
the life of all fish, but no fish can
live on oxygen alone. Self-flattery
it the arch liar and the surest spon
sor for failure.
Discontent is commendable, but it
becomes profitable only when it stim
It is impossible to keep any man
below the level of his attainments.
It is as impossible to hold him above
them. Talent is the result of appli
cation. Efficiency is the reward for
Mere knowledge measures worth no
more than mere muscles. The skilled
mechanic is master of his muscles.
Undirected muscles, as undirected
brains, produce little and are worth
Wit applied to one thing develops
wisdom. Wisdom never achieves when
it wabbles. Constant thinking and
working on consistent lines produce
Opportunity never searches for him
who does not search for opportunity.
Strength of will is the foundation
of worth. Luck is a dangerous pilot
to put on your bridge. Influence may
help you out of the harbor of your
birth but it will lead you into the
open sea without rudder or sail or
anchor. These you must take with
you or accept the fate of the tempest-
Beware of imitation. No copy
worth the original. As a counterfeit
you are as worthless to the world as
the imitation coin.
MOONSHINE flowed ail too freely
at the county fair last week. Ev.
ery lover of law and order is sad
dened by the fact, with its signifi
cance of the flippant and open disre
spect of law involved. The prohibi
tion laws of the state and nation rep
resent the serious and deliberate
judgment of the majority of the peo
ple, and were enacted for the pur
pose of making humanity happier and
better. Tr.ere is nothing fanatical in
such a purpose.
One pha.se of drunkenness quite
escapes the tippler. He presses into
every large gathering, forcing him
self to the front and making an ass
of himself from first to last. He
thinks he is very aiert and keen, he
fancieB his tongue ripples out wit
ticisms and sage remarks and he
flatters himself that he is the very
brightest star in the constellation of
The fact is that he is an unmitigat
ed and intolerable nuisance. He is
shunned by his friends as an un
clean, stupid creature. His mind is
dull and gross and he is everywhere
avoided aa unfit to associate with in
telligent persons. He is quarrelsome
and brutish, c.uiney and dirty. There
is nothing pheasant about him. You
never see a sober man knowingly join
a group of drunks; you often see a
drunk man crowd into an assembly
of sober men, to their utter disgust.
The drir.ker knows ail this when
rovtit gntut dratn, perhsp. the Mf
gt-ht los l of liHiitUoaia . . . She lots her
iiiil'irftii.n soar to haunted railm or
titiiful shore. . . . She ivvels where tht
ktif is Muf, ami luiddlea auiue lu Love's
l iiii.'. . . . She vk Ambrosia's honied
lonera. and tastes the wine, and gathers
l iners. . . . She flits where hoss mint
s. rat. the dell fur off from sordid busl
ines hill Hut. her shluin' light grows
n.uiit) dim, when s wood-tick bites her
uu l he limb !
rootle gonitis poars aloft. In search of
c.vMethin sweet an' soft. . . , She seldom
rnivl 'siMMls to go smong the humbly,
nvk or low. . . . She covets wild aniM
twn's crown, while sodden ballast holds
('.own. . . . Si- finds some tawdry, ple
I r p ' sr that shatters her aneellc wing.
' s nullity hard to court the muse,
w! . n M- l!y wants seme I'etter shoes . . .
or. !.enkey wiih a sweet romance, wl
IV ly reeds a pair f pants!
By ROSS FARQUHAR.
FRIDAY When teecher sst me to
exclaim why wassent I doing more
at my lessons 1 told her I was a wir-
rying about sura trub
bles I had on my hands.
She sed Well my boy
you can forget all of
yure tubble by digging
in and wirk real hard.
Mebby she is correct
but Gee I wood about
is leaf have my trub
bles as the hard wirk.
She seen to it that I
went to wirk. How ev
er. Saterday Raned all
day and so us kids did
dent have much fun to
day. Outside of me lis
tening in on Pa and Ma
when they was haveing
i little misagreement.
Ma sed to pa. Before
we got marryed you told me you was
sent wirthy of me. Pa sed. Well
what of it Ma reptyed back and sed
to him. Well with all yure faults
I cant say that you lied to me. At
that time ennyways.
Sunday Well we are getting all
reddy for are toonng trip in the ford,
Mr Gillem ast pa how much milage
did he xpect to get on the trip. P,
sed. Well if my tires all holds up
OK and the radiator dont leak to
bad and the spark plugs dont fowl
up I xpect to get a hunderd and 60
miles a day. If there issent enny
Monday We found out a dirty
trick witch Joe Tarbot plays on
Sunday at chirch. He makes his wife
take the baby to chirch and when the
sermon dont suit him the baby crys
and they go out Yesterday his wife
cot him pushing a pin into tne poor
innosent baby to get him crying,
Thats what I call a dirty trick to play
on a preecher.
Teusday When the teecher ast
Jake to relate what is Gravitashun he
sed Well if they werent enny gravi
tashun all of us wood fly off like a
bunch of angles. Blisters sed he wood
like to see the law repeeled.
Wensday Ole man Hix is a good
skemer but he diddent wirk m. He
tried to sell be & cat today, but after
he seen I diddent want it at enny cost
he gives me a dime to carry it away,
I sold it to Janes pa for her and got
2 bits for it.
Thirsday Ant Emmy is sending 1
of her nefews to akool to lern to be
a lectrical engineer. Pa ast her witch
college was she sending him to & she
wassent posative but she sposed it
was the Electoral Collige.
That which is true of leaders in poll
tics is true of subordinates.
Political dishonesty in voters runs
into general dishonesty as the rotten
speck taints the whole apple. Men
ho play the political game dishon
estly will play the same kind of a
game in their private affairs. The
tricks and traps in politics, when
once learned by a young man, are by
him used in business and society, and
in every other walk in life.
The man who lies to you in poll-
ties will lie to you in trade, in busi
ness and in social intercourse. The
man who slanders in politics will
slander n personal affairs.
The m.n who claims to be a Chris
tian and at the same time is a dis
honest politician, may be branded as
one of the dirtiest, most contemptible
and pitiful aspects to be found wear
ing the name Christian.
It is the duty of every person to
be a politician in the highest and
truest sense of that term. What is
politics? It is the science of gov
ernment, and every man should mas
ter that science.
B REV. M. A. MATTHEWS,
D. D.. L. L. D.
IX THF CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
The First National Bank of Heppner,
W. E. Wiglesworth, Okey Wigles
worth, his wife. E. C. Lloyd, Mi
chael Poyle, The Farmers and
Stockgrowers National Bank, a cor
poration, and Alexanders, a corpor
To E. C. Lloyd, the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby summoned
and required to appear and answer
the complaint of plaintiff filed against
you in the above entitled court and
cause on or before six weeks from the
date of first publication of this sum
mons, and you are hereby notified
that if you fail to so appear or ans
wer for want thereof, plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded in its complaint, which is as
For judgment against the defend
ants W. E. Wiglesworth and Okey
Wiglesworth for $10,358.00 with inter
gage , and in which any interest
claimed by you is being foreclosed are
The South half of Southeast quar
ter of Section 1, Township 1, South,
Range 27, E. W. M. The Southeast
quarter of Southwest quarter and the
Southwest quarter of Southeast quar
ter of Section 6, Township 1, South,
Range 28 E. W. M. All of Section 13.
The East half and the East half of the
Northwest quarter and the Northeast
quarter of Southwest quarter of Sec
tion 23; all of Section 24; the North
east quarter, the North half of the
Northwest quarter, the Southeast
quarter of the Northwest quarter and
the Northeast quarter of the South
west quarter of Section 26, all in
Township 1 South, R. 27, E. W. M.
All of Section 7; the Southeast quar
ter of Northeast quarter; the East
half of Southeast quarter and the
North half of the Northwest quarter
of Section 8; the Southwest quarter
and the West half of Southeast quar
ter of Section 9; the West half and
the West half of the East half of
Section 16; the East half and the
Northwest quarter of Section 17; the
West half and the Northeast quar
ter of Section 18; and the Northeast
quarter of Section 19; all in Town
ship 1 South, Range 28 rJ. W. M
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof once a week
for six consecutive weeks In the Gas-
est thereon at the rate of eight per
cent per annum from October 8, 1920, ette-Times, a weekly newspaper pub-
for the further sum of ii,wu attor-, Hshed in Heppner, Morrow County,
neys fees and for the costs and dis
bursements of this suit; that the
mortgage given by said W. E. Wigles
worth and Okey Wiglesworth on the
lands hereafter described to secure
payment of the foregoing amounts be
foreclosed in the manner provided
by law and that said lands be sold
and the proceeds thereof be applied to
the payment of said several amounts
and the accruing costs; that all right.
title and interest of yourself and the
other defendants in or to said lands
is subsequent in time and inferior
in right to plaintiff's mortgage, and
that you and each of you be barred
and foreclosed of all right, title, in
terest or claim in or to said lands,
save the statutory right of redemp
tion; that plaintiff have such other
relief as the court may deem.equit
Oreeon. by order of Hon. William
T. Campbell, County" Judge of Morrow
County, Oregon, made and entered on
the 10th day of October, 1923, and
the date of first publication thereof
is October 11, 1923.
WOODSON & SWEEK.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Residence Heppner, Ore.
drte of this notice.
Dated this 11th day of October,
First publication, October 11. 1923.
E. L. GR OS HENS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, September 15, 1923.
NOTICE is hereby given that Iva
Hiatt, of Lena, Oregon, who, on
March 8, 1920, made Additional Home
stead Entry (Act 12-29-16), No.
018808, for Lot 2t SEUNWi. SEW
SWW, Section SO, EVfcNWtt, Section
31, Township 8 South, Range 29 East.
Willsmetts Meridian, has tiled notice
of intention to make three-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before United States
Commissioner, at Heppner, Oregon,
on the 8th day of November, 1923.
C laimant names as witnesses:
Vrrn F. Pearson, David W. Pear
son, William Cunningham and Frank
Peery, all of Lena, Oregon.
CARL G. HELM, Register,
UK. J. PERRY CONDER
Physician -ia -Chart
Treatment of all diseases. Isolated
wards for contagious diseases.
Waters & Anderson
JHHS. ti. C AIKEN, HEPPNEH
I am prepared to take a limited cum-
txr of maternity cae at my borne.
Patients privilcgW t caooae thtir 111
Unit of ear and attention auured.
E. J. STARKEY
HOUSE WIRING A SPEUALTT
I VAN MARTER
FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE
Old Uu CmbpuIm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County, adminis
trators of the estate of Paul Hisler,
deceased, and all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased are hereby required to pre
sent the same with vouchers as re
quired by law, to the said administra
tors, or either of them, at Heppner,
The lands included in said mort-jOupon, within six months from the
and Good Roads
Real Highways Mean Education in
The "little red schoolhouse," good
as it is, is not as good as the '"big red
schoolhouse." States which have ex
perimented 5n rural districts with the
"consolidated" schools (sometimes
called "union schools" or "centralized
schools") report a great gain in edu
cation at little or no increase of cost.
The "consolidated school" takes the
place of half a dozen or more "little
red schoolhouses," collects the several
teachers, libraries and facilities under
one roof, and brings the children to
and takes them from such schools via
county operated motor busses, horse-
drawn vehicles or trolley cars.
The consolidated school flourishes
where good roads are. It cannot be
established where are only poor roads.
The Superintendent of Public In
struction in the State of Washington
sets forth as the advantages of the
consolidated school, that it provides
a better school plant; i. e., makes pos
sible the erection and maintenance of
more modern school buildings and
school equipment. It enables the dis
trict to increase the teaching staff
and to obtain better trained teachers,
and gives the rural community the
advantages of the uniform graded
school. It makes possible the estab
lishment of high school courses, and,
in many instances, enables the rural
district to erect a modern high school
building. It provides special work,
such as manual training, domestic
science, etc., in the raral community,
and. finally, the consolidated school
increases community interest in com
munity activities by providing a cen
tral meeting place under attractive
surroundings, making the school the
center of the community circle.
By Herbert Robinson
; Adapted from the Patheserial by
Frank Leon Smith
Copyright by Pathe Exchange, Inc.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, dated September!
22, 1923, in a certain suit in tie Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, wherein W. J.
Rush, plaintiff, recovered judgment
against A. J. Spencer and Minnie
Spencer, defendants, for $300.00 with
interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the 20th
day of May, 1920, for $36.00 attorney's
fees, and for the costs and disburse
ments of said suit, taxed and allowed
at $36.40 and for the further sum of
$94.62 on account of taxes paid on
the mortgaged premises, and a fur
ther order that the real property
mortgaged to secure payment of said
judgment be sold as by law prsvided:
Notice is hereby given that I will
on Saturday, the 27th day of October,
1923, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the j
forenoon of said day, at the front I
door of the Court House in Heppner,1
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, the
following described real property, sit
uated in Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit:
East half of Northeast quarter,
Southwest quarter of Northeast quar
ter, and Northwest quarter of South
east quarter of Section 18, Township 6
South, Range 28 East Willamette Mer
idian, the same being the real prop
erty mortgaged by defendants to se
cure payment of ?aid judgment and
ordered sold by the court for that
Dated this 27th day of September,
GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff.
Thb Adventure In Thb Valley
POLITICAL dishonesty breeds dis
honesty of every kind. A state of
mind which will intend one fraud will
upon occasion intend a thousand. He
a nmDrMniV Will Will
he is sober But alcoholic liquor u suppUed with emergencies in or
makes fools of most men and they do K that he may continue to lie. He
not realize how the poison robs them who wm jure himself to save s
of their high entate as human beings friend wiM do jt in a desperate junc
ture to save himself. He who is un-
untii they have passed from its de
basing influence. Enterprise Record
APPLES Winter bsnanas, Delic
iou, and other good varieties. Either
ucka or boxes. J. W. JOHNSTON,
M-uth from depot, EeppctK
just in the leat ii unjust also in
Temptations to political dishonesty
are easily accepted. The political
dishonesty which destroys one's char
acter unfits him for honest positions
in every other department of life.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Shurte en
tertained Bt a four course dinner and
bridge party at their home on Gale
street Saturday evening.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed for the occasion, dahlias and au
tumn foliage being used.
Mrs. C. W. McNamer and Mrs. Eu
gene Penland received prizes for high
scores at bridge, and the guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dix, Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Penland, Mr. and
Mrs. Gay M. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. McNamer, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. J.
Nys. Mr. and Mrs LaVerne Van Mar-
ter, Miss Violet Merritt and Mr. Ray
Dodge car for sale at $125. See Jeff
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At Mallinson's office, the next
morning, Vivian Delamar, who was
deeply in love with her employer,
read in the newspaper the report of
tiie mysterious death of Dirks. A
great fear surged through her as the
nought came that Mallinson might
i.ave had a hand in the tragedy. Her
;hmishts were quickly put to rout
by the sudden entrance of Mallinson.
He gave only a curt nod to the
girl who loved him with all her
soul, and walked quickly into a
secret office where Sharkey awaited
"I' suppose you know Dirks is
dead," Sharkey grinned, and after
Mallinson nodded, he added: "You'd
bc:ter get to the control room and
make sure that his assistant is
apuble of handling the situation."
Mallinson was about to agree
'.ien Denslow entered the room,
benslow was chief engineer for
linger, Inc., but Mallinson had pre
vailed on him to become his ally and
work against his fair employer,
"I've suddenly been ordered to
sail to the Island of Harkai to rush
that power house job," he an
nounced, "and I don't like to leave
until I know where I stand in the
Haunted Valley matter."
Mallinson smiled grimly. "Delay
that job, he snapped, until I fore
close on Haunted Valley and I'll
add Dirks' share to yours."
Ruth Ranger was a very busy
vnung woman while this was going
cn. Knowing that she must use
every available means to repay the
'nilhon dollars to Mallmscn, and
it'iih her curiosity thoroughly
a oused by the strange warning M
tiie night before, the girl determined
id fathom the mystery of the valley.
With Dinny, her young protege, she
sit.'tea on norseback.
Meanwhile, in the control room, in
:he side of the butte, Mallinson was
m iking sure that the assistant of
tne lafe Dirks understood every bit
of the menacing machanism. As
lie looked into the projection board
that mirrored the images of all per
sons entering the valley, Mallinson
saw the image of Ruth riding
"Is everything covered up care
fully," he asked. "Are you sure she
can see no traces of the water?"
The control man reassured him, and
at that moment Shafkey entered.
"Does it mean anything to you,"
asked, "that the man at Ruth's
r.e last night was Eugene Craig
so-called civil engineer? He's
..is.de the valley now and he's
e .her on our trail or Miss
Mallinson shrugged his shoulders,
but he looked worried, neverthe
kss. "I don't know what Craig's game
is," Sharkey contirued, "but he's a
"Possibly you're right," Mallinson
answered, and turning to his control
man, he added, Dont harm the
girl, but if Craig enters the valley
let him have it.
Meantime, while Ruth had not
seen water, she fancied she had
heard the rushing current. It puz
zled tne gin. was tne water to
irrigate Haunted Valley the key
to all the mystery, she wondered
Her thoughts were put to rout by
the sudden appearance of Craig on
horseback. Since the exciting event
or the night before a warm friend
ship had sprung up between the two
young people. Ruth liked Eugene
Craig immensely, and he had prom
ised to assist her In clearing up the
"You know," she began after her
greeting, "there Isn't a drop of water
in the valley, and yet 1 am sure I
heard a running stream."
Craig smiled. "I can show you
lomcthing that may interest you,"
he said. Just follow me.
Together they leaped the fence
and rode toward the grotto. Here
thev found Dlnnv. who was refresh
"It is quite possible," Craig de
clared, "that this stream which dis
appears here runs into a subterra
nean channel under Haunted Val
Then if we could locate this un
derground stream in the vallev."
Kuth replied, it would be possible
to irrigate and turn the barren
ground into farm and orchard
Craig nodded. They he drew a
compass from his pocket and said
"You go into the valley and try to
locate the spot where you heard the
water. I will climb this hill and
help keep a direct line between the
grotto and you.
Can't I go into the valley, too?'
Dinny asked the girl. His admira
tion was so great that he felt as
though he should he near the girl at
all times, particularly when there
mignt be danger.
Ruth smiled and told the boy to
wait outside lor her. bhe the
started to hunt for the spot, while
Craig watcher her.
And then Dinny Dinny, the rest
less happened to rest his eyes on
a big long-horn steer grazing
nearby. He quickly decided ti
"bull-dog" it with his lariat, as he
had seen other "cowpunchers" do.
Dinny's aim was true. The laria:
fell gracefully over the steer's heaJ
and fastened itself there, but the
surprised animal started to run in
fright. The boy, in his ignorance
of roping, had tied the other end of
his rope to his saddle, and was
suddenly yanked, saddle and all,
from the horse and dragged along
by the lunging, mad animal. Die
steer, crazed with fright, rushed
against the boundary fence, broke
it, and plunged into the valley,
dragging Dinny and his saddle along
in his furious run.
Craig, from the hilltop, saw
Dinny's danger, and striking his
horse a sharp blow with his quirt
he galloped furiously down to his
rescue. Reaching the boundary of
the valley he urged his horse to
clear the fence and was soon
speeding across the barren spot after
He swiftly overtook the maddened
animal, threw his lariat, sprung from
his horse and "bull-dogged" the
steer in true western fashion. Craig
was pleased to find Dinny was un
injured just a bit shaken up.
"Gee whiz, Mlsier," Dinny grin
ned, "you're a boar-cat at that
roDin' stuff. I thought you was
tenderfoot but I guess you kin give
me some lessons.
Just then, Ruth Ranger, seeing
that something unexpected had hap
pened, dug her spurs into her horse
and started DacK.
At the same time, Mallinson
man in the control room looked Into
his mirror device and saw that
Craig was in the valley. Remember
ing his orders he rushed to a corner
of the room, glanced at the section
chart and pulled a lever. Craig and
Dinny suddenly felt tnemseives tan
ine through the earth,
Ruth Ranger, horrified, and
scarcely believing her eyes, seized
her lariat from the pommel of her
saddle, leaped from her horse and
rushed toward the spot. Before the
girl could stop herself, she plunged
through the pitfall and dropped into
an underground stream that whirled
Craig and his young friend were
helpless in the whirlpool. The strong
current flung them downstream viol
ently and crashed them against the
rocks on the sides. Craig managed
to seize Dinny and was about to
push him to a ledge for safety when
bo saw with horror that Ruth had
been plunged Into the whirlpool
also. He left Dinny and attempted
to reach the girl, but sue was spir
nlng around helplessly ana
Anally drawn down Into the vortt
out of light.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given, that W. B.
Potter, Administrator of the estate
of Ann Minor, deceased, has filed with
the County Court of Morrow County,
Oregon, his Final Account as admin
istrator of said estate and that the
court has fixed Monday, the 5th day
of November, 1923, at 10 o'clock A. M.
as the time, and the County Court
Room in the Court House at Heppner,
Oregon, as the place for hearnig said
account and any objection thereto.
Dated and published the first time,
this 4th day of October, 1923.
W. B. POTTER, Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE at LaGrande
Oregon, September 15, 1923.
NOTICE is hereby given that Ma
tilda E. Pearson, of Lena, Oregon
who, on November 28, 1921, made Ad
ditional Homestead Entry (Act 12-29-18),
No. 020726, for NESW!4,
Section 83, Township 2 South, Range
29 East, Willamette Meridian, has
led notice of intention to make three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before United
States Commissioner, at Heppner,
Oregon, on the 8th day of November,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Willard French, of Gurdane, Ore
gon; Iva Hiatt, A. lunha and M. c.
Instone, all of Lena, Oregon.
CARL G. HELM, Register.
There is no hosiery better than HOLE
PROOF to withstand the hard wear
given by the children at school. You
will find a complete stock of this popular
Sam Hughes Co.
Phone Main 962
Quality Printing at a Fair Price The Gazette-Times
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Poatofflce
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
Office in Masonie Building
Trained Nora Assistant
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office Upstairs Over Postofflce
Trained Nurae Assistant
WOODSON & SWEEK
First National Bank Building
Van Vactor & Butler
First National Bank Building
THE DALLES, ORE.
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
F. II. ROBINSON
Folger's Golden Gate
Green or Black in Paper Cartons
1 -2 Pound, was 50c now . . . 35c
1 Pound, was 90c, now 65c
This price will last
only a few days. Bet
ter lay in your supply
Phelps Grocery Company
r ni-neif from the eool waters or
1I1. cprlnn that bubbled.