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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1926.
Welding of East and
West in 'Iron Horse'
The story of the wires nd the rails
which first linked the west with the
east, has been recorded on the screen
for the first time. Described by
Robert Louis Stevenson as a greater
achievement in the world's history
than the building of Troy, this tre
mendous theme furnishes he basis
for "The Iron Horse," the William
Fox super production at the Star
theater Sunday and Monday.
Names which have come down in
history and will go on forever, appear
in the cast. Lincoln, Grant, Dodge,
ALFRED E. CLARK
Candidate for the Republican Nomin
ation for United States Senator
Vote for him.
He is able, fearless, progressive.
Favors law enforcement. Construc
tive legislation for agricultural re
lief and the upbuilding of the indus
tries and resources of the state.
(Paid Adv? Alfred E. Clark for Uni
ted States Senator Campaign Committee).
ROY W. RITNER
Candidate for Republican Nomination
for Joint Representative for Mor
row and Umatilla Counties.
Has resided in this district for forty
four years. Tax payer for thirty years.
Engaged in farming for twenty years.
Experienced legislator; served in
house 1915 and 1917. Served in sen
ate 1919, 1921, 1923 and 1925. Was
president of the senate in 1921 and
killed Portland "1925 Bill" thus sav
ing the state $3,000,000. Last session
of the legislature sponsored bill to
loan farmers frozen out, funds with
which to buy seed wheat. Also se
cured the passage of law providing
"seasonal licenses" (from April 1st to
October 31st) for farmers' trucks and
law to remove state tax of one-half
cent on distillate not used on roads.
Helped pass "market road" law in
1919 thus providing farmers and
stockmen Toads to get their produce
Favors state income tax with prop
erty tax offset.
Opposed to any increase in gaso
line tax without a like cut in auto
Against Dennis resolution provid
ing for no income tax for fifteen
In France with American Red Cros3
attached to A. E. F., 1918.
Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok
and Bat Masterson are just a few of
them. The picture is not a melo
drama, but a spectacular cinema rec
ord of the linking of America, based
on historical records.
When President Lincoln signed the
Pacific Railroad Act on July 1, 1862,
the bill included the provision that
a telegraph system must accompany
the rails, thus connecting the east and
west by wire and rail. It was the
first means of communication other
than stage coach and pony express.
Lincoln at hte time was striving to
unite-the north and south, but he did
not abandon one great dream for the
other. He was assassinated before
his dream could be realized.
The dramatic story has been made
into a powerful picture, with George
"Greater Economy Lower Taxes"
T. P. GILLILAND
For Republican Nomination For
Umatilla and Morrow Counties
Subject to the voters at the Primary
Election May 21st.
The Dalles and Pendleton
IN INTERNAL MEDICINE FOR THE
PAST FIFTEEN YEARS
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
The Dalles on Monday,
At The Dalles Hotel, and in
At the Dorion Hotel.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellaithin is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and surgery and is li
cinsed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Oregon:
Mrs. L. L. Peetz, Moro, heart trou
ble. Mrs. F. F. Hager, (daughter Marie),
Walton, tonsils and adenoids.
Mrs. E. C. Mulloy, Hillsboro, ulcer
of the leg.
Mrs. Nels Peterson, Skamokawa,
Grover C. Gouthier, Coquille, Ore.,
colitis and ulcers of stomach.
Mrs. Carl Johnson, Marshfield, ear
J. W. Turner, Dalles, stomach
E. A. Russell, Klamath Falls, ap
pendicitis. Remember the above dates, that
consultation on this trip will be free
and that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Sunday and Monday, May 2 and 3 :
George O'Brien and Madge Bellamy in
The Iron Horse'
The story of the building of the first trans
A MASTERPIECE You will pronounce it
as good in every respect as "The Covered
Wagon. Accurate historically, yet superb
Children 30c, Adults 50c.
All occupying seats must buy tickets.
Other attractions during this week:
Thurs. and Fri., April 20 and 30: Buster
Keaton in "SEVEN CHANCES."
Saturday, May 1 : Reginald Denny in "THE
Tues. and Weds., May 4 and 5: Alma Rubens
in "GERALD CRANSTON'S LADY."
Virginia Valli in "THE SINAL TOWER"
Hoot Gibson in "BOADWAY OR RUST"
Ramon Navarro in THE MIDSHIPMAN
Irere Rich in "EVE'S LOVER"
O'Brien, J. Farrell MacDonald and
Madge Bellamy in the leading roles.
John Ford, the director, used a regi
ment of cavalry and four tribes of
Indians to add to the color. An enor
mous cast of capable artists supports
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for nomination for office of
Justice of the Peace, 6th district of
Morrow county, at the May primaries,
1926, subject to the will of the Dem
(Paid Adv.) W. M. AYERS.
of said county at the primaries May.
21, 1926. J. J. WELLS,
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Commis
sioner, subject to the decision of the
Republicans of Morrow county at the
G. A. BLEAKMAN,
(Paid Adv.) Hardman, Ore.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination as county
commissioner, subject to the will of
the democratic voters of Morrow
county at the primaries. May 21, 1926.
CHARLES B. COX.
I herebv announce mvaelf ah a can.
didate for the office of Treasurer of
Morrow County, subject to the pleas
ure of the voters of the Republican
party at the primaries on May 21st,
and evervhodv in Novemher.
I thank mv manv Morrow Cniint.v
friends for their support and confi
dence in the past and hope to merit
ttieir support and confidence in the
tuture. L,fcUIN W. BK1UUS.
(Paid Advertisement). ,
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
To the Electorate of Morrow County:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for nomination to the office of
Assessor of Morrow county, subject
to the will of the democratic voters
measured with the
We are ready to meet your
building needs! Our yards
are stocked with seasoned
highest grade lumbers
bought in large quantities
when the market was right
to cut your building costs.
You'll also do better if you
buy your brick, tile, cement
and other materials from
us. At your service.
Heppner, Lexington, lone
spring and summer
1 . ' AIT
Many of us cannot have our own gardens, and even if
we could it would be impossible to raise the wide variety
of choice vegetable that we carry. Fresh local garden
delicacies as well as others shipped in fresh, ready for
your table. '
Turnips Onions Rhubarb
We also have the following specials:
14-oz. Fancy Raspberry Preserves 25c jar
Fancy Mono Loa Pineappel Fingers 20c can
No. 2y Size' Sliced Pineapple 25c per can
Oysters per 20c can; Shrimps 20c per can
All Kinds Campbell's Soup, 2 cans for 25c
Clam Chowder 2 cans for 25c
1-lb. Cans Strawberry Jam 25c
1-lb. Oval Cans Sardines 15c
All kinds of sandwich spreads and
. lunch meats.
Strained Honey, 1 gallon $1.65
' Half gallon ! 90c
We give you Red Stamps on your pur
chases which enables you to save 2 on ev
erything you buy.
ASK US ABOUT THEM.
Cash & Carry Store
I OvH Compare
ii u ia yir
30x3 Y2 Clin. O'rsize Cd. $11.35
31x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 18.00
32x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 19.20
33x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 20.20
32x4 '2 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 23.75
33x5 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 31.50
29x4.40 S.S. Balloon Cd. 14.05
30x3 Y2 Clin. O'rsize Cd. $12.45
31x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 20.45
32x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 20.95
33x4 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 21.95
32x4 '2 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 26.45
33x5 S.S. O'ersize Cd. 37.50
29x4.40 S.S. Balloon Cd. 14.45
Other Sizes Priced Proportionately
Prices taken from Montgomery Ward Catalog No.
104, Spring and Summer, 1926.
PORTLAND-you must pay the postage in addi
tion to above prices. Our prices are not only F. O.
B. HEPPNER but include mounting on your wheel.
Think it Over. Give Us a Trial.
(VAUGHN & GOODMAN)
Montgomery Ward Price
Heppner Soda Works
tNow in Operation
I desire to announce to the people of
Heppner and vicinity that the HEPPNER
SODA WORKS are now ready to supply the
trade of this community. Delivery made to
any part of the city, and I shall appreciate
your patronage. Orders solicited also from
all points over the county.
OUR PRODUCT WILL GIVE
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Men who apply the same rules in buying
things to wear that they do in business,
invariably select their straw hats here
because our stock offers quality, style and
fine appearance at a low cost price.
Of course we carry Panamas and Summer
Weight Felts, also Caps in the dashing col
or combination for Summer at the lowest
prices in town !
A MAN'S STORE FOR MEN
Heppner Gazette Times for Everything in Printing
J. I. Case
Threshing Machine Co.
are noted for the high quality and ster
ling service of their products.
They make practically a complete
line of machinery for the sowing, caring
for and harvesting of all farm crops.
We believe ourselves fortunate to
have the exclusive agency for this dis
trict for these high grade firms.
Peoples Hdw. Co.
At Your Service