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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR v MARCH 24, 1927.
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Anne McDevitt is able to resume her
Mrs. Milliam C. Hustings left Hiru
man Friday to make her home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc
Daniel, who live south of town. Mr.
McDaniel has been very ill for some
. Mr. and Mrs. James Ham were vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kirk Sunday.
Walter Furlo'ig, who has been
spending the pa-t week in town with
his family, left Saturday.
Dale and Beth Bleakman are at
home now, the hitter to remain until
the Heppner school is re-opened.
100 boxes to be given away. We
will give a box of apples to each of
our customers who buys two boxes.
Buy two and get three.
CASE FURNITURE CO.
Best Leghorn chicks, hatching each
Monday from matured hens, mated
with males from hens with records of
250 to 306 eggs. R. Woolry, Capital
Poultry Farm, 344 S. 25th St., Salem,
1927 BABY CHIX 1927.
Tancred White Leghorn chix at $15
per 100; $135 per 1000. Also U. A. C.
Barred Plymouth Rocks at $17 per
100; $155 per 1000. Hatching dates
March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29; April 6, 12,
19, 26; May 3, 10, 17, 24 anil PI. A
500 or larger order takes 1000 rate;
all shipments express prepaic. May
chix as 20 reduction; 20 deposit
books order. Custom hatching at one
:ont per egg per week, original count.
Come and see us at our new location.
12-3m. WHITE POULTRY FARM,
CERALD A. WHITE, Hermiston, Ore.
IN THE KITCHEN
On account of the continued prev
alence of scarlet fever in this state,
we think it advisable to again warn
the people of the seriousness of the
disease. No matter how mild a case
may be, the complications arising
therefrom may be serious.
Scarlet fever is a very cnotagious
disease, although a certain per cent
of children and a larger per cent of
adults exposed will escape contract
ing it. Although one may have a mild
case it is no sign that the next one
who may get sick may not have a se
vere case. This disease is spread
chiefly by contact between one who
is susceptible and one who has the
disease or is carrying the infection.
All cases of scarlet fever should be
quarantined until the health officer
states it 0 safe to mingle with others.
When your child gets sick and de
velops a rash, consider it has scarlet
fever until it is proven to be some
other disease. Every parent and
school teacher should report to the
local health officer every suspicious
case that comes to their notice. If
your child is likely to be exposed to
this disease, have a Dick test made
to determine susceptibility. If the
test is positive, it would be well to
have the child immunized against this
disease. Protection against scarlet
liver is now a practical procedure.
Y.ur family doctor or health officer
will tell you all about it.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey
bull. Archie Nichols, Lexington, Ore.
The play, "A Southern Cinderella,"
given by the high school girls Sat
urday, March 12, proved to be e
great success. The total amount tak
en in was $38.25 and after paying the
expense of the play and making a
final payment on the school piano
several dollars were placed in the
school treasury for future use.
Mr. and Mrs. James McDaniel were
visitors at Eight Mile Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Coppock and fam-(
ily of Athena were visitors at the
home of Dan Lindsay Wednesday and
Bernice Sepanek was absent from
school Wednesday on account of sick
ness. Other pupils absent from the
high school this week were Helen
Bennett, Lawrence Doherty and Al
Mrs. Chas. Schmidt visited at the
Lambirth home Thursday.
A baseball team is being organized
now. A few of the boys met at the
schoolhouse Sunday and practiced.
Grover Sibley and Twila Morey
were visitors at the Schmidt home
A charivari was given on Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Doherty Thursday night.
A large crowd attended and reported
a tood time. They were treated with
candy and cigars along with the us
Miss Hazel Hays and Murrell Ben
nett spent Sunday afternoon at the
Kerne of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reville
spring term next Monday.
Hubert McDonald and J. B. Adams
were visitors in town Sunday.
Mrs. Retha Adkins of Heppner is
teaching the intermediate room of
the Hardman grade school until Miss
Owen Leathers and Carey Hastings
returned Sunday from Antelope where
they have been tagging sheep.
Marion Hayden was a visitor in
Mrs. J. H. Allen returned to Hard
man March 19th from Walla Walla
where she had spent the winter with
Tom Colliver was taken to the
Good Samaritan hospital in Portland
Saturday for further treatment.
The Burton Valley school, six miles
nuth nf Hardman. will commence its
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Order them any day.
We prepare them
to suit the taste.
ED CHINN, Prop.
Piano For Sale Vicinity of Heppner.
One of America's finest pianos to
be sold at large price reduction. Cash
or terms $100 monthly to responsible
party. If interested in seeing this
bargain, write C. F. Hendrick, piano
broker and adjuster, 66 Jront St.,
Portland. Ore. 48-61
housewives know the certified
faith they can depend on with
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy Milk and
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS., Props.
WORTH OF FOOD
when you buy a ticket
.the kind you like.
Mrs. J. V. Cowdrey
about losing your valuable papers, insur
ance policies, notes, bonds and deeds, etc.,
by fire or robbery, when they can be placed
in a Safe Deposit Box at small cost, and
Come in and see our strong steel-incased
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
Heppner Gazette Times for Everything in Printing
Benefit Pie Social
SATURDAY - MARCH 26
Lexington Half, After Show. Everybody Bring a Pie.
Holly Rebekah Lodge
You can now buy a
and $24.90 per month
Authorized Ford Dealer
1-a host of
New AC Air Clenr
New AC Oil Filter
New Heavy One-
to provide perfect,
New Tire Carrier
Ignition and Steer
New Remote Control
N rw Duco Colon
New Gaioline Gauge
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. New and Improved
T ran imiMton
New Brake and
Clutch Pedal Clo.
urc ( Preventing
executive draft on
floor of car)
With the beautiful Chevrolet
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true distinction, fine quality,
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The Touring $ C I ?
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In addition to theie
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include the lowest
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Ferguson Chevrolet Co.
QUALITY AT LOW COST
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 24 AND 25:
Bebe Daniels and RadLaRocque In . . ."WILD, WILD SUSAN"
From the story "The Wild, Wild Child," by Steuart M. Emery. You'll be wild about Bebe in this pic
ture. She's the kind of a girl who beats the fire engines to the fire. Susan was 0 slave to thrills with
a kick, and when she went out into the world to get them, she got them, and then some. A gay, ging
ery, high-gear comedy.
Also SNOOKY'S TREASURE ISLAM), two reel comedy, and THE ACE OF SPADES.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 26:
HOOT GIBSON in "SPOOK RANCH"
You can't keep a good spook down. Bullets, locks and bars can't stop 'em. See this creepy, startling
mystery. See how dauntless, daring Hoot breaks up the spook clam in a perfect turmoil of Bpeed and
reckless horsemanship. Thrills, Action, Suspense, Comedy.
Also THE WHIRLWIND DRIVER, two reel western comedy.
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 27 AND 28:
Bessie Love and Warner Baxter in "A SON OF HIS FATHER"
From the famous novel by Harold Bell Wright. The greatest novel by the most widely rcad.author in
the world. A vigorous, stirring story of the West. Filmed by the name company that gave you The
Covered Wagon" and the popular Zane Gray pictures. Lightning riders two-fisted fighters-majestic
mountains-amazing adventures and a wonderful girl. Also HOT SHEIKS, a three reel comedy scream.
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TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 AND 30:
Sally O'Neal in.. "DON'T"
The troubles, adventures and romance of a lovable, breezy American flapper, .who believed In letting
nothing stand in the way of her freedom. Also "WIVES AND WOMEN, comedy, and FOX NEWS REEL.
Mary I'ickford in SPARROWS.
Clair Windsor in MONEY TALKS.
H. Ford & Phyllis Haver in The Nervous Wreck.
Some Fox News pictures made in Morrow County.
NOW IS THE TIME
Your Hens Need the
Best on the Market
KERR'S EGG PRODUCER
will produce. Try it.
Also KERR'S BEST PATENT FLOUR
For the Farmers Lexington, Oregon
Put Your Experience of
Yesterday Into Today
And it Will Pay You a Reward
PROFIT by observation.
LOOK around you and you will see on
every side examples of men who, dur
ing their working years, spent their in
come regardless of the future.
PREPARE NOW so that in your de
clining years you will have peace and
OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT.
DO IT TODAY.
Experience Is Knowledge Gained by
Trial and Practice.
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