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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1927.
Corvallis, Ore., Oct. 8, GRAIN.
No unusual changes marked last
week's grain markets except corn
continued to go lower. Cash wheat
prices held steady on good domestic
demand and Pacific Coast export
wheat was slightly firmer. Ireraiums
for good, high protein and soft mill
ing wheats were paid. The St. Louis
market advanced 8 cents on No. 2
Soft Red Winter bringing quotations
to $1.49 at the close of the week. It
is estimated that 100,000,000 bushels
of wheat and rye in Europe will be
unfit for milling and rains in Canada
and the United States have done dam
age to Borne unthreshed wheat. Good
rains in Australia and Argentine
have improved new crop prospects.
Barley was firm on the Pacific Coast
and slightly higher in the east where
there is a larger export movement.
The oats market was .dull on the
Coast but tended upward in the cen
tral west reflecting a light supply of
good quality grain.
HAY. Although pastures are short
causing better demand for hay, the
general market situation is weak es
pecially for low quality hay. A down
ward tendency has been noted in Yak
ima and Sacramento valleys where
offering exceeds demand. Middle
western markets, however, were
slightly firmer on extra leafy, preen
alfalfa suitable for milling and for
dairy cattle. No. 1 alfalfa was quot
ed September 23 at Kansas City $18.
60; Memphis $24.00; San Francisco,
PRUNES. Unofficial estimates in
dicate considerable reduction in the
dried prune production on the Pa
cific Coast compared to earlier fore
casts'. Old stocks are reported great
ly reduced. The French crop is ex
pected to about equal that of 1928
but the Yugoslavia production is not
expected to exceed half of last year.
The situation is improved for those
who hold stocks of good fruit, espec
ially of large sizes.
APPLES. Some improvement in the
English market compared to the de
moralized situation which has pre
vailed for several weeks owing to an
over supply of tome grown fruit was
noted in recent auctions.
WOOL. Further slight advances
were noted in medium grade domestic
wool last week. ,
LIVESTOCK. Wartime prices for
fed steers were registered last week
in Chicago when some extra good
stuff brought $16.66 and the general
run of fed stuff went around $13.00.
All cattle were helped by the strong
market for tops but the situation is
not favorable to heavy increases in
supplies of poorly finished stock in
killer markets although feeders and
stockers aro in good demand. Com
bined cattle receipts at 68 markets
this year to date are about one-half
million head less than a year ago.
Rains slowed up movement of lambs
but supplies were large enough to
cause some weakening in prices. Hogs
were up and down but not much
OLD COLLARS TABOO.
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oct.
6. The stiff "stand-up" collars of the
R. O. T. C. coats, which have choked
the perspiring throats of young ca
dets, and unbuttoned, have cast a
general air of disrepute on the mili
tary department, have been abolished
and replaced with roll collars, similar
to those on civilian coats, according
to Col. W. S. Sinclair, head of the
Oregon R. O. T. C. Shiny gilt but
tons have also replaced the bronze
ones of former years, he said. Cap
tain Clarence H. Bragg, who received
his commission at Camp Benning,
Georgia, has been appointtd professor
of military science. The war depart
ment has increased the allowance for
men taking the basic military course
from 500 to 650.
HALLOWE'EN TIME COMING.
' Everyone be saving your nickels
and dimes, for the Pine City school
is putting on a carnival which will be
, composed of eats, spooks, goblins,
ghosts, and witches, all in full dress.
In fact, some of the spook and gob
lins are arriving daily in the neigh
borhood. Remember, Pine City school
auditorium Friday, October 28. '
SEED WHEAT SCARCE.
Certified Fortyfold seed wheat
seems to be quite scarce this fall, ac
cording to dealers trying to supply
sufficient quantities of the grain.
Most of the wheat has come from
Morrow county near Heppner, but
the supply here is extremely limited.
Cars have been shipped by the grain
officials at Heppner to La Grande and
many other sections outside the im
mediately surrounding counties. Hy
brid 128 is also in demand as well as
some good certified Federation. A
good quality of seed wheat is the
main desire of many wheat farmers
Alpine News Items.
Miss Mildred Schmidt was absent
from school Friday afternoon.
The Alpine Farm Bureau meeting
was held at the Alpine school build
ing Saturday night, October 1st. A
delightful program followed the bus
iness meeting. Everyone enjoyed the
refreshments before going home.
The next meeting will be held the
first Saturday night in Novirober.
Come and bring your friends.
A surprise party was held it the
Schmidt home last Thursday night in
honor cf Mrs. Anne Schmidt. A good
time was reported.
Celatha Lambirth was abaent from
high school Friday afternoon because
Misses Bertha and Bernice Sepan
ek were Heppner visitors Saturday.
Jim McDaniel acompanied by Mui
iel Bennett made a business trip to
I he Dalles, returned home with six
Harvesting is about completed in
Sand Hollow district and fall work is
This part of Morrow county en
joyed the rain which fell last week.
Alpine high school students will
soon be training their minds for an
other comedy which will be put on
some time in November or Decem
ber. The title is "Blimmers to
Blame." Don't you think it will be
great? Watch for the date.
FOR SALE 12 head of Hampshire
bucks, $15 apiece. Tom O'Brien,
Echo, Oregon. " 28-tf.
Ntw Schtdult Efftctiv Sept. 5th
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Arrival Time Then Polntti
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4M p. m. 'f ! p. m.
fMfp.m. 7:1 p. m.
Lv. Arlington 1:1 p.m. f if p.m.
Arrival Time Theee Point ej
l:f p. m. Itolf p. m.
410 p.m. ll:fp.m.
Connection at Pendleton with
Pendleton-Walla Walla Staiei
MOTOR COACHII LIAVIl
See Railroad Agent
at various points
en route for tickets
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARMS
Good Listings in Both Morrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
Do you want a cheap knockabout
car? We have a 1920 Dort that runs
good, all licensed and ready to go.
Price $65.00. HEPPNER GARAGE.
FOR SALE 1922 Buick Six tour
ing car; motor overhauled, new rings,
1927 license, runs good, $150.00.
Enjoy golden hours of restful, re
freshing sleep. Each summer nigr.t
may be calm, peaceful, undisturbei.
Everyone may have them. Just ly
using Fly-Tox. Spraying the sleep
ing rooms. Killing the mosquitoes.
Everyone know3 mosquitoes are dis
ease carriers. They must be killed
Health authorities advocate Fly-Tox.
It is the scientific insecticide devel
oped at Mellon Institute of Industrial
Research by Rex Fellowship. Sinip'e
instructions on each bottle (blue la
bel) for killing: ALL household in
jects. Insist on Fly-Tox. It is safe,
stainless, fratrrant, sure. (adv.)
COME TO US FOR
The new, improved Superior and Kentucky
The Calkins Combination Fanning Mill and
Wheat Treating Machines; the Cheney Ro
tary Rod Wceder ; Oliver and P. & O. Plows;
Disk and Pig Tooth Harrows.
Anything and everything for farm work.
We are here to serve you right.
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WHAT A REXALL ONE CENT SALE IS
tt is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price, then
another item of the same kind for one cent. As an Illustration:
The standard price of Klnezo Dental Creme is 50c, you buy a
tube at this price and by paying 1 cent more, or 51 cents, you
get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high class stand
ard piece of merchandise, just the same as is sold every day at
the regular price.
This sale was developed by the United Drug Company as an
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in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they
are spending it on this Bale in permitting us to sell yon a full
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money to get new customers, but the sacrifice in profit is jus
tified, knowing the goods will please you.
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50c Marsala Pound Paper
A quality paper at a
2 for 51c
YOU SAVE 49c
Also 50c Marsala
2 for 51c
50c Klenzo Dental Creme
Keeps the teeth clean
white and beautiful
without injury to the
tasting a common
2 for 51c
YOU SAVE 49c
50c Rexall Cherry Bark Cough
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Gives relief from
coughs and colds.
Safe for children
2 for 51c
YOU SAVE 49c
$1.00 Harmony Toilet Water
Five Ounce Bottle
The rare fragrance of the
natural flowers. Of extra
strength. A variety of odors
from which to select.
2 for $1.01
YOU SAVE 99c
Every Article Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction
Lemon Cocoa Butter Lotion 2 for 51c
Boquet Ramee Talcum .-. - 2 for 51c
Jonteel Face Powder 2 for 51c
Bouquet Ramee Face Powder -2 for $1.01
Bouquet Ramee Compact 2 for 51c
Bouquet Ramee Rouge 2 for 51c
Violet Dulce Talcum 2 for 26c
Narcisse Talcum - 2 for 26c
Syta Rouge 2 for,26c
Egyptian Palm Soap .... 2 for 11c
Klenzo Tar Shampoo Soap 2 for 26c
Georgia Rose Toilet Soap 2 for 26c
Juneve Cold Cream 2 for 51c
Juneve Vanishing Cream 2 fro 51c
Locust Blossom Toilet Water 2 for $1.01
Georgia Rose Toilet Water 2 for $1.01
Arbutus Vanishing Cream i 2 for 51c
Hair .Fix 2 for 51c
Riker's Brilliantine 2 for 51c
Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2 for 51c
Rexall Tooth Paste 2 for 26c
Harmony Quinine Hair Tonic 2 for $1.01
Harmony Cream of Almonds - 2 for 36c
Harmony Rolling Massage Cream 2 for 51c
Rexall Shaving Lotion 2 for 51c
Georgia Rose Body Powder 2 fro $1.01
Tiny Tot Talcum 2 for 26c
Rexall Shaving Cream 2 for Sic
Rexall Shaving Stick 2 for 31c
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic 2 for 51c
Aspirin, 24's : 2 for 26c
Aspirin, 100's 2 for 76c
Glyserin Suppositories, Infant 2 for 26c
Mineral Oil, 16-oz 2 for $1.01
Peroxide Hydrogen, 16-oz 2 for $1.01
Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic 2 for 26c
Spirit Camphor, 1 oz 2 for 26c
Tincture Iodine, 1-oz 2 for 26c
Castor Oil, 3-oz 2 for 26c
Clyserin ft Rose Water, 4-oz 2 for 26c
Cod Liver Oil, 16-oz 2 for $1.01
Senna Leaves, 1-oz 2 for 11c
Boric Acid Powder, 4-oz 2 for 21c
Powdered Borax, 4-oz 2 fcr 16c
Epsom Salts, 8-oz 2 for 16c
Epsom Salts, 16-oz 2 for 26c
Catarrh Jelly 2 for 26c
Corn Solvent 2 for 26c
Bamboo Briar Blood Builder, 16-oz 2 for $2.01
Eczema Ointment 2 for 51c
Carbolic Salve 2 for 26c
Ko-Ko-Kas-Kets, 60's 2 for 26c
Little Liver Pills, 100's 2 for 26c
"One Minute" Headache Powders, tablet
form 2 for 26c
Milk of Magnesia, 13-oz 2 for 34c
Penetrating Liniment 2 for 51c
Toothache Drops 2 for 16c
Menthol, White Pine & Tar with Cod Liver
Extract 2 for 26c
Peptona 2 for $1.01
American Petrofol, 16-oz 2 for 61c
Granulated Eff. Sodium Phosphate, 4-oz. ... 2 for 51c
Zinc Oxide Ointment, Tubes 2 for 21c
Calomel, V and Soda, 100's - 2 for 26c
Maximum Ladies Dressing Combs, coarse
and fine 2 for 41c
Maximum Pocket Combs, 54-inch 2 for 36c
Maximum Bobbed Hair Comb, with handle 2 for 26c
Laborlite Household Aprons 2 for $1.01
Tooth Brushes 2 for 26c
Lather Brushes 2 for $1.26
Cloth Brushes - 2 for 76c
Hair Brushes 2 for $1.51
Pure Virgin Olive Oil, 12H-oz 2 for $1.19
Symond Inn Beef Cubes, 12s 2 for 31c
Fruit Cordial, It-pints 2 for 26c
Cadet Wrapped Caramels, 1-lb 2 for 61c
Liggett's Milk Chocolate Bnr, -lb 2 for 36c
Liggett's Milk Chocolate Blocks 2 for 11c
Jonteel Powder Puffs, 4-in 2 for 26c
Wash Cloths, Fancy Borders 2 for 21c
Symphony Royal Papeterie 2 for $1.51
Arabesque Box Stationery 2 for $1.01
Lord Baltimore Box Stationery 2 for 5lc
Cascade Pound Paper 2 for 51c
Cascade Linen Envelopes, 50's 2 for4tc
Elmhurst Envelopes 2 for 16
Writing Tablets, Note, ruled, 45 sheets 2 fo 11c
Writing Tablets, Note, plain, 45 sheets 2 for lie
Kleenzit Erasers 2 for 6c
Tinker Tape 2 for 26c
This is Your Opportunity to Obtain Seasonable Household Items at a Big
Saving. There's No Limit to the Quantity You May Buy During the Sale.
A genuine Money Saving Sale. Every Article Is Standard and Glaranteed.
Patterson & Son
75c Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream
A good cleansing
cream for every day
OXE POUND CAN 1' IftS!
2 for 76c
YOU SAVE 74c
49c Harmony Bay Rum
8 ounce Bottle
Made from the finest
distilled Oil of Bay.
Men like this excel
lent product for gen
eral toilet use. Par
ticularly refreshing af
2 for 50c
YOU SAVE 48c
30c Rexall Shaving Cream
Produces an abun
dant moist lather.
2 for 31c
YOU SAVE 29c
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$2.00 Maximum Hot Water Botle
Molded in one piece.
Guaranteed for one
2 for $2.01
YOU SAVE $1.99
Also $2 Maximum
2 for $2.01