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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1927.
Who's Who in Oregon to
Be Published This Year
Who'i Who In Oregon, a biograph
ical directory containing data relat
ing to prominent people of this state,
is in course of publication by The
Morning Enterprise, Oregon City.
The publisher state: "There is no
directory of this nature extant in
Oregon. The publication will em
brace dignified facts, clear informa
tion and a digest of biographical fea
tures of interest .... no charge will
be made for insertion and the work
will contain no advertising."
Who's Who In Oregon will contain
data concerning leading federal, state,
county and city officials, educators,
professional people, industrial heads,
leaders of commerce and other of
outstanding attainment. It is fur
ther announced the directory will be
strictly selective and exclusive and
money will not buy a place in its
pages, unless the subject comes with
in the category of its requirement.
The Who's Who In Oregon will be
completed toward the end of the year.
PINE CITY CARNIVAL.
Practising has begun on the Hal
lowe'en carnival to be given Friday,
October 28, at Pine City school. All
the ghosts and goblins have not yet
arrived but are expected any day. If
you want a good time come and bring
your friends. Remember that among
the booths there will be a lunch
counter, but if you prefer it you may
have a chicken dinner. Remember
the date, Friday, October 28.
No more anxiety. No more dan
ger. No more doubt. Use Fly-Tox,
then you may be sure your garments
will retain their original beauty and
perfection free from ravages of
moths. Fly-Tox kills moths, eggs,
larvae. Spray thoroughly blankets,
carpets, rugs, clothing, furs and
woolens. Insist on Fly-Tox. Fly-Tox
is the scientific insecticide developed
at Mellon Institute of Industrial Re
search by Rex Fellowship. Simple in
structicn on each bottle fo. killing
ALL household insects. Fly-Tox is
safe, stainless, fragrant, sure. Ev
ery bottle guaranteed. (adv.)
1923 Dodge Touring; excellent con
dition, new tires, two spares, $250.(0.
While in France with the American
Army I obtained a noted French pre
scription for the treatment of Rheu
matism and Neuritis. I have given
this to thousands with wonderful re
sults. The prescription cost me noth
ing. I ask nothing for it. I will mail
it if you will send me your address.
A postal will bring it. Write today.
PAUL CASE, Dept. Will, Brockton,
Served while they're
hot from our brand
Try them for break
fast any morning.
the piece d' resistance
for luncheon or din
ner, will appease the
We receive them
ED CHINN, Prop.
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want If good for you.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS, Props.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
John Day Irrigation District War
rants, registration numbers 250, 251,
252 and 253, wil be paid on presenta
tion at the office of the Treasurer of
Morrow County, on or after October
15th, 1927, at which date interest on
said warrants will cease.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, Septem
ber 28, 1927.
LEON W. BRIGGS,
Treasurer of Morrow CouMy.
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical
Co, 360-A Alder St., Portland, Ore,
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be
in Heppner all day and evening Sat
urday and Sunday, Oct. 15th and 16th.
at the Hotel Heppner. SEE HIM
ABOUT YOUR EYES. . 29-30.
For Sale Standard make of piano
in vicinity will be sacrificed. Must
sail at once. 110.00 monthly. Write
Tallman Piano Store, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 1927 Nash Light Six se
dan. Only 650 if taken at once. Call
for Fitzpatrick at Case Apartments.
7-Tube Radio Set in
Prices lower on 5- and
See or phone .
at Hotel Heppner
The Bi ggest Game in Eastern Oregon
W. S. C. "Babes"
U. of O. "Frosh"
FRIDAY, Oct. 21
ROUND-UP PARK GRIDIRON
Game Starts at 2 :30 p. m.
Adults $1.00 Children 50c
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using genuine parts. q y
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a tor showing exactly salesrooms. You will find
what units of the body the car you want at the
and chassis have been put price you want to pay.
FERGUSON CHEVROLET CO.
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The Third and Last
At Special $39 50 Price
Your Last Chance to Save
$15.50 on the Purchase of
Ypuv Sealey Tuftless Mattress
Remember the Dates!
Sale Begins Mon., Oct. 17
Ends Tues. Night, Oct. 25
Case Furniture Co.
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Complete Plans and Materials For
FARM BUILDINGS OFALL KINDS
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
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Wait for the
and beauty of
the new model
Latourell Auto Co.
Silk to Top
THE NEW, POPULAR LINE
in newest shades: Vanity, Ajoma, Manon,
Rose Taupe, Grey, Nude
New Stock of the popular 59c Seller
in all shades.
$1.50 FULL FASHIONED
in new shades of Yosemite, Zion, Pearl
Blush, Champagne, Nude, Grain, Alesan,
besides regular shades.
$2.00 ALL SILK CHIFFON
in new shades of Opal Mauve, Bronze Nude,
Shell Grey and Almond.
The Very Latest!
EVENGLOW and ROSE TAUPE
j- with black heel.
$1.50 SILK AND WOOL
extra long in Gravel shade. -
M. D. CLARK