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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1925.
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Where Our Money Goes,
THIS Congress has smashed
all records for talking and for
printing. The tavravers expend
ed $26,000 for the sole item of
printing the tes-timonv in the Tea
pot Dome and Daugtierty investi
gations. Indeed, the public print
er informs us that "the printing
of the Record and Journal for both
houses exceeded all former vol
umes of annual oratory with a to
tal of 19,475 pages."
Then we are told that 25.000.
000 copies of publications have
been wasted in free distribution
by Congress and the departments
in ten years at a loss of not less
than $600,000 a year. This, of
course, sums up the direct loss:
it does not consider the cluttering
up of the post office department
and consequent loss there. Seem
ingly whenever a postal deficit is
dragged before the public denun
ciations are heaped on the backs
of the newspaper publishers, who,
as a fact, give the benefit of their
reduced rare of carrier service to
the public, selling their product at
an actual loss.
The narion would be better off
if the $600,000 wastefully expend
ed and a good deal more were
applied to lowering the death rate
particularly among the women in
America. This could be done if
these waste moneys were put into
the intelligent dissemination of
educational advertisements ad
dressed to young and prospective
mothers, to spreading light on san
itation, and to safeguarding the
people against the medical quack
ery from which the people suffer,
partcularly in the sparsely popu
lated districts.
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Some Things to Worry
About.
ONE news writer advises us
that an untra germ, so small
that it cannot be detected under
the strongest known microscope,
has been discovered by a medical
college professor, an optical ac
complishment of considerable
merit. A second new s writer tells
of still another college professor
who announces that man is about
to lose his teeth, his toes, his hair,
his finger nails, and that his head
is to become larger to accomodate
a bigger brain. Still another news
writer records that a third college
professor announces the age of the
world as 1,600,000,000 years, and
the prognosticated change in man
is to be finished in about 75,000
years.
It behooves us to get busy with
the barber, engage a manicure
and start at once with our ballet
steps to keep our toes in working
order. Fortunately these things
we can do, but when it comes to
the poor germ, we feel helpless.
We are not even able to see and
smile upon him. If we call him
up and say, "Are you there i" as
likely as not we will get no an
swer. These handicaps must be
worked out without delay. For
tunately our hope lies in vision of
the bigger skull to accomodate
larger brains: but on the other
a mental eruption, and without
our college professors what would
the world do?
The signs and portents for 1925
arc rea'.lv disturbing.
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VOTER who hasn't enough
energv and patriotism to take
the trouble to register is not much
of a voter. Any real sense of re
sponsibility on the fiirt of a man
or woman citizen would force the
effort required to register. But
on election day there are always a
lot of so-called citizens who turn
up to vote, and are sworn in by
the professional swearers-in who
are always handy around some
polling places. Gangs of tran
sients who flit thither end thither
arc thus sworn in in such parts of
ihe state where construction work
is temporarily in progress. These
transients are voted by politicians
pretty much as the gangsters used
to vote their gangs in days of old,
before election practice was re
formed.
Representative Collier of Klam
ath Falls has the right idea in his
constitutional amendment, now
pending before the legislature. It
restricts the voting right to reg
istered voters. The citizen who
hasn't enough sense of loyalty and
enough gumption to register will
find himself (or hreself) out in
the cold on election day disfran
chised a slacker without power
to cast a ballot. A sound idea
Oregon Voter.
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Newspapers and the
Public.
OY W. HOWARD, head of
the Scripps-Howard newspa
pers, discussing what newspapers
owe the public, says first of all a
newspaper must be a good citizen
and a decent neighbor.
He says they should encourage
tolerance and never forget that a
smile has an asset value even in
the midst of a fight. He would
not print a story that puts a crim
inal brand on a young person.
He thinks no story should be
printed that raises a question on
the part of a clean-minded boy or
gril that cannot be answered or
explained by any parent familiar
with normal realities of life.
This is a fine stand by an exec
utive of a group of papers that go
to working people in hundreds of
thousands of homes, registering a
tendency toward cleaner journal
ism. This new order is bound to min
imize crimes, scandals, details of
social and moral delinquencies,
and substitute, more space for in
dustries and enterprises by which
nme-tenths of the people make a
living.
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Regulate the Driver.
OTATE legislators should go a
w little slow in voting bond is
sues for grade changes at rail
road crossings.
The people are already distress
ed by tax burdens. What they de
mand is tax reduction, not tax in
crease. Ninety per cent of all auto ac
cidents occur on the streets and
highways away from the railroad.
Grade changes at railroad cross
ings will not prevent these.
Practically all automobile acci
dents, on the streets and highways
and at railroad crossings, are
caused by carelessness, reckless
ness or inexperience on the part
of the driver.
It is evident, therefore, that the
remedy lies, not in grade changes,
which at best would only prevent
10 per cent of these accidents.
(and leave the other 90 per cent
uncared for) while at the same
time heaping additional burdens
on taxpayers, but in legislation
which will eliminate the careless
or inexperienced driver, which
will cost nothing while yet safe
guarding against accidents at rail
road crossings and on streets and
highways alike.
That the motoring public may-
avail of the pleasures of comfort
able automobiles and good roads,
it is necessary that they be pro
tected against hazard of accidents
due to reckless driving. This is
the phase of the problem which
should concern our lawmakers
rather than burdening the public
with bonds for grade changes.
Our laws in this respect should
scrupulously police the issuance
of licenses and the practices of
drivers. If this be done there
will be no occasion for burdening
the public with taxation for grade
changes. Manufacturer.
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Teaching Responsibility.
QCHOOL savings bank balances
O increased from $11,807,000
to $20,435,000 during the yev
ending June 30, says an American
Bankers' Association report. The
number of savings bank pupils in
creased 328,475 or almost 17 per
cent. In one group of 400 dis
tricts the total number of pupils
increased 4 per cent, pupil bank
participation 8 per cent, collec
tions 23 per cent and bank bal
ances 44 per cent. With the grow
ing sense of responsibility, school
honor rolls have grown from less
than 30 per cent to more than 33
per cent.
Many an irresponsible man has
been cured by giving him somj-
thing to do. Many a bad boy,
many a rebellious girl, can be
started on the safe road by the re
sponsibility of a bank account. No
child was ever helped by being
robbed of the privilege of prop
erty; the two dangerous extremes
of society are the submergejl few
who have been so robbed, and the
exotic few who have so much that
things have no intrinsic meaning
or value. This school bank ac
count idea beats all the languages,
dead or alive, for developing char
acter and social stamina. Let's
have more of it; not for the riches
themselves we're rich enough, as
a nation but for what it will do
in teaching responsibility.
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avrrajr community hehh. The more
healthy, producing individuals any
community has and the longer such
individuals live to produce, just that
much greater will be the progTM of
that community.
Coed health is both an tndiv;duM
and a national asset H is just as
essential and fundamental to the in
tegrity and permanence of a demo
cratic nation as scientific nroKres.
political achievement, industrial de
velopment or economic accomplish
ment. indeed it is the basts upon
wheih all these things are built.
CECIL NEWS HEMS
Oliver Austin Devin. Snowden Kite,
ait of Heppner, Orepon.
CARL G, HELM, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby iven that the an
for Morrow County, administratrix of
the estate of Ebeneser B. Gorton, de
ceased, and that all persons having
claims against the said estate must
present the same to me, duly verified
according to law, at the office of my
attorney, S. E. Notson, at Heppner,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, said date of first publication
being the Kth day of January, 1925.
FLORENCE K. HARDESTY.
Administratrix.
THRIFT IN HEALTH
State Board of Health.
Eat and drink such an exact quan
tity as the constitution of thy body
allows of, in reference to the services
of the mind. They that study much
ouph not to eat as much as those that
work hard, their digestion being not
so good. The exact quantity and
quality being found out, is to be kept
to constantly. Excess in all other
things whatever, as well as in meat
and drink, is also to be avoided.
Youth, age and sick require a dif
ferent quantity.
The measure of food ought to be
fas much as possible may be) exact
ly proportionable to the quality and
condition of the stomach, beeause the
stomach digests it. That quantity is
sufficient, the stomach can perfectly
concoct and, digest and it sufficieth
the due nourishment of the body. A
greater quantity of some things may
be eaten than of others, some being
of lighter digestion than others. The
difficulty lies in finding out an exact
measure; for lust knows not where
necessity ends.
Wouidst thou enjoy a long life, a
healthy body, and a vigorous mind,
and be acquainted also with the won
derful works of God, labor in firt
place to bring thy appetite within
place to bring thy appetite to reason.
Benjamin Franklin.
Health, the State's Greatest Asset.
One of the most significant aipects
of modern conservation is a high re
gard for the health of the commun
ity. In the strenuous life of the
twentieth century the demand is for
a maximum amount of mental vigor
in a sound body.
Community health. State health and
national health is a composite of in
dividual health. The better the in
dividual health, the better the general
John Kelly of Heppner made a hur
ried trip to McEntire's on Wednes
day to see how his sheep were getting
long. He found everything in good
order.
Karl Farnsworth of Rhea Siding,
accompanied by his brother Frank,
were looking after business interests
in Hermiston Monday and Tuesday.
Leon Logan of Fourmile was a
caller in Cecil on Wednesday. Leon
thinks his wheat will be alright if
the warm weather continues.
Mrs. G. A. Miller and son Elvin of
Highview and Mrs, E. Turner and
son were visiting with Mrs, H. V.
Tyler on Thursday afternoon.
Al Henriksen and son Clifford of
Pendleton and Oral Henriksen of the
Moore ranch were busy measuring
hay near the Pedro ranch.
V. G. Palmnteer of Windynook was
a caller in Cecil on Saturday. W. G.
is to start reseedipg about 200 acres
on Monday.
Mrs. Stout and daughter of Hepp
ner visited with Mrs. Alf. Medlock
and family of Rockcliffe over Sunday.
Mrs. L. L. Funk and Mrs Wm. Sex
ton were calling on Mrs. Pat Med
lock of Morgan on Thursday,
Sam Gorfkle and friend of Pendle
ton were calling on friends in and
around Cecil on Wednesday.
Tom Boylen, sheep buyer of Pendle
ton, was transacting business at the
Shepard's Rest on Tuesday.
Walter Pope of Sunnyside and J.
W. Osborn of Fairview were callers in
Arlington during the week.
Robert Lowe, graduate of Benson
Polytechnic, January, 25, class, ar
rived home on Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Sexton of the Logan cot
tage spent Monday with Mrs. Alf
Medlock of Rockcliffe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McEntire and son
of Killarney were.v doing business in
Arlington on Thursday.
A. Henriksen and D. C. Wells of
Pendleton were calling on friends in
Cecil on Saturday.
WV Eggiman of Arlington was
caller at the Oscar Lundell ranch at
Rhea on Sunday.
Jack Hynd of Butterby Flats and
H. V. Tyler spent Friday and Satur
day m Heppner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of John
Hughes, deceased, and that ihe has
qualified. All persons having claims
against said estate must present
them to me, duly verified as by law
required, at the office of Woodson &.
Sweek, attorneys, at Heppner, Oregon,
on or before six months from the date
of first publication hereof.
Date of first publication January
15, 1925.
MARY HUGHES, Executrix.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at La Grande, Oregon,
January 28, 1925.
NOTICE is hereby given that Wil
liam H. Instone, of Lena, Oregon,
who, on March 8, 1920, made Addi
tional Homestead Entry, Act. 12-29-18.
No. 018806, for SEVi NE4, NE
SE4, Lots 1 and 2, Section 1, Town
ship 2 South, Range 27 East, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final Proof, to eatatnJ
sh claim to the land above described
before United States Commissioner,
at Heppner, Oregon, on the 13th day
of March, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. W. Kilcup, of Lena, Oregon; J.
Kenny, H. E. Instone, and J. T.
Morgan, all of Heppner, Oregon.
J. H. PEA RE, Register.
Elvin Schafer of Butterby Flats
was a week-end visitor at the county
seat.
Henry Krebs of the Last Camp was
a business visitor in Heppner Satur
day.
W. A. Thomas of Dotheboys Hill
was a caller in Cecil on Saturday.
Emil Bolin and John Machinic were
Sunday visitors in Heppner.
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, ! S.
Land Office at La Grande, Oreiron
Janunry SO, 1M5.
NOTICE is hereby given that Har
ry Brown, of Heppner, Oregon, who,
on February 3, 1920. made Additional
Homestead Entry, Act 12-29-16, No.
018561, for SW14 NWV4, W!4 SWV4
SE'4 SWVi, Section 22, NEK NE14
Sec. 20, NE1. SE'i, NVi NE'i, Section
2. Township 1 South, Ranfre 28 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before United States Com
missioner, at Heppner, Oregon, on the
14th day of March, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
F. A. Gentry, A. P. Hughes, W. L.
Vincent, G. E. -Ayers, all of Lena,
Oregon.
.7. H. PEARE, Register.
Heppner. Oregon; nd alu. th
South half of th Northeait quar
ter, nd tht Eaat half of th
Southeast quarter of Section 13,
tha Northeast quarter, and tha
East half of the Northwest quar
ter and tha Northeast quarter of
tha Southeast quarter of Section
24, in Township 2 South, Knnga
Ih K.st of Willamette Meridian.
The above described real property be
ing the property attached In the ac
tion in which said judgment and or
der of sale was rendered, and com
manded to be sold in said execution.
Dated this 22nd day of January,
1925.
GEO. McDUFFEE,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon.
. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, V. S.
Land Office at The Dallce, Oregon,
December 24. 1924.
NOTICE is hereby given that Bar
ney Devlin, of Heppner, Oregon, who,
on Mar. SI, .1920. made H. E. 021385,
for SHSW14, SWKSE14, Sec. U, NH
NEK, SEKNEK, NE14NWK, Sec. 14.
T. 4 S., R. 28 E and on Feb. 20, 1924,
made additional H. E. No. 02:1131!, for
SttSE. Sec. 20, WV4SWK, Section
21, Township 4 South, Range 28 East,
Willamette Meridian, ha filed notice
of intention to make three-year Proof
to establish claim to tho land above
described, before Gay M. Andvrsun,
United States Commissioner, at Hepp
ner, Oregon, on the 25th day of Feb
ruary, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. G. Devore, P. H. Mollahan, Pat
rick Connell, Frank Monahan, all of
Heppner, Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY, Register.
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Office In Court Houae
Hsvpaei. Orecoa
F. II. ROBINSON
LAWYER
IONE. OREGON
AUCTIONEER
Firm and Personal Property Bale
A Specialty.
T Year la Umatilla County.
G. L. BENNETT,
Lexington, Ore.
FIRE INSURANCE
Waters & Anderson
Heppnar, Oreton
E. J. STARKEY
ELECTRICIAN
BOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Heppaer. Oraoa
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C. A. MINOR
FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE
. INSURANCE
Old Una Companies
REAL ESTATE
Heppner, Ore.
MATERNITY HOME
MRS. Q. C. AIKEN, HUPP NEB
1 am prpar4 to Uka a United num
ber of maternity etucs At my bom.
PaltonU privates to efcMM Uilr wa
physician.
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JOS.J.NYS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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Humph rayi Building
Heppner, Oregon
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
ROW COUNTY.
W. V. PEDRO, Plaintiff)
vs. )
Richard Taylor, and all)
other persons or parties)
unknofn, claiming any)SUMMONS
right, title, estate, lien,)
or interest in the rettl)
estate described in the)
complaint herein, )
Defendants,)
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
tiled against you in the above entitled
suit, on or before the 21st day of
March, 1925, if served by publication,
or if personally served outside th
State of Oregon, then on or before
ix weeks from the date of ?uch ser
vice, and if you fail to answer, for
want thereof the plaintiff wilt apply
to the Court for the relief prayed for
in his complaint, to-wit: for a jL1
cree of the Court that the plainia is
the owner in fee-simple of the follow
ing described real property in Mor
row County, State of Oregon, to-wit:
The South half of the Southeast quar
ter of Section 24; the North half of
the Northeast quarter of Section 25
all in Township 4 South, Range 25,
East of the Willamette Meridian, and
that the defendants above named have
no right, title, estate, lien or interest
in or to the said real property, or any
portion thereof, and that plaintiff's
title be forever quieted against the
defendants, and each of them, and all
persons claiming by, through or un
der them or any of them.
This summons is being published by
order of the County Judge of Morrow
County, State of Oregon, made and
entered on the 3rd day of February,
1925, in which order it specified that
the summons should be published for
the period of six weeks.
WOODSON & SWEEK,
Attorneys for PlaintifJ.
Address, Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Executrix of the
Estate of Francis J. Gordon, de
ceased, and that all persona having
claims against said estate must pre
sent the same, duly verified according
to law, to me at the office of my at
torney, S. IS, Notson, in Heppner, Ore
gon, within six months from the date
of nrst publication of this notice,
said date of first publication being
the 8th day of January, 1925.
BESSIE J. THOMSON,
Executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Morrow, adminis
trator of the Estate of Luther Hus
ton, deceased, and has duly qualified.
All persons having claims against the
said estate must present them to me,
duly verified as by law required, at
the office of Woodson & Sweek, at
torneys, at Heppner, Oregon, on or
before six months from the date of
first publication of this notice.
Date of first publication January
15, 1025.
CLAUD HUSTON, Administrator.
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
ANNUAL MEETING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the annunl meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Heppner Mining Company
will be held at the office of the First
National Bunk in Heppner, Oregon,
on the second Tuesday in February,
125, being the 10th day of February,
125, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
afternoon of said day. This meeting
is for the purpose of electing officers
and for the transaction of such other
business as may appear.
D. B. STALTER, President.
J. O. HAGER, Secretary.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U, S.
Land Office at La Grande, Oregon.
January 10, 1925.
NOTICE is hereby given that Anni
Williams, of Heppner, Oregon, who,
on February 18, 1920, made Addition
al Homestead Entry, Act 2-19-09, No.
020176, for NEK NE'4, Section 20,
Township 1 South, Rnnge 27 sSnst,
Williamctte Meridian, has Hied notice
Uof intention to make final Proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before United States Commis
sioner, at Heppner, Oregon, on the
20th day of February, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses!
Ottii T. Ferguson, Sam J, Turner,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that R. A.
Thompson, administrator of the Part
nership Estate of W. O. Minor and
R. A. Thompson, W. O. Minor, de
ceased, has filed his final account of
his administration of Baid estate with
the Clerk of the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County,
and that suid Court has set as the
time and place for hearing on and the
settlement of said account, February
28th, 1925. at the hour of 2:30 o'clock
P. M. in the Court room of said Court
in Heppner, Oregon. Any one object
ing to Baid account must file objec
tions on or before said date.
R. A. THOMPSON,
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Administratrix of
the Estate of Albert H. Stamp, de
ceased, and that all persons having
claims against the said estate must
present the same, duly verified ac
cording to law, to me at the office of
my attorney, S. E, Notson, in Hepp
ner, Oregon, within Bix months from
the date of first publication of this
notice. Date of first publication,
February 6, 1925.
ELIZA A. GATES, Administratrix
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
REAL PROPERTY ON EXECUTION,
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an attachment exe
cution duly issued out of and under
the seal of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of
Multnomah, on the 16th day of Jan
uary, 192&, and to me directed pur
suant to a judgment and order of
sale duly entered and rendered In
said Court on the 2Bth day of August,
1924, in flavor of Shell Campany of
California, a corporation, plaintiff,
and against John Vaughn, Joseph Fig-
ini, and David Kilton, partners doing
business under the firm name of Mar
ket Garage, defendants, for the sum
of One Thousand three hundred five
and 65-100 ($1,306.65) dollars, with
interest from the 26th day of August,
1924, at the rate of six per cent per
annum, Bnd the further sum of 9.1Z.8O,
costs and disbursements, I will on
Saturday, the 28th day of February,
1925, at the hour of 10 0 clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the front
door of the Court House, at Heppner,
Morrow County, Oregon, sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash, all the right title and interest
of the defendant, John Vaughn, In
and to the following described real
property, situate in Morrow County,
Oregon, to-wit!
Lots 8, 4 and E In Block 2 of
Mt, Vernon's Second Addition to
the city of Heppner, Morrow
County, Oregon, also Tract No.
160 (D R 35) in said city of
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are highly rtcommneded by all
leading physiclana as being
necessary to proper food bal
ance. FRESH OYSTERS, CLAMS and
CRABS arriving now twice
each week.
Why not a big oyster itew,
creamy, rich and appetising?
ELKHORN
RESTAURANT
HEPPNER'S POPULAR
EATINQ HOUSE
Delicious Coffee
The Smart Styles and" the Fine
Quality of the
FLORSHEIM
SHOE
are an asset to a man's appearance.
Styles of the Times for the
Man who Cares
THE FLORSHEIM SHOE
4
Sam Hughes Co.
Professional Cards
GLENN Y. WELLS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
1026 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Portland, Oregon
Phone Broadway 6583
DR. A. II. JOHNSTON
Physician and Surgeon
L O. O. F. Building
Phonai : Office, Main MS i Res., 4SI
HEPPNER, OREGON
A. M. EDWARDS
I DRILL WELLS
I also handle Casing, Windmills
and Supplies, do fishing and clean
out old wells. t
BOX 14, LEXINGTON, ORE.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
DENTIST
I. O. O. P. Building '
Heppner, Oregon
A. D.McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN SURGEON
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Hvppner, Oregon
Drs. Brown and Chick
PHYSICIANS BURGEONS
800 Alberta St. (Cor. E 24th.),
PORTLAND, ORE.
WOODSON & SWEEK
ATTORNEYs-AT-LAW
Offices In
First National Bank Building
Heppner, Oregon
TEA
American experts have demonstrat
ed that by packing in vacuum the tea
leaf while hot from the firing pans, all
the delicate flavors of the leaf are re
tained. We now have in stock a fresh, sup
of vacuum packed Tea at the same prices
that formerly were asked for the old
style way.
They come in 1-4-lb., 1-2-lb. and
1-lb. tins.
Try a can the next time you are in
need of Tea.
V
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
1 Phelps Grocery Company
H PHONE 63