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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1929)
By Arthur Brisbane
Warnings on Speculation.
Federal Reserve Board.
$25 a Day.
$2,000,000 More from J. D.
fy Helena ftubinsleirt
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There are bad features about the
generally Ignorant Bpeculatlon in
stocks. Money thus Invested might
better be invested In other ways.
Inevitably, buying Ignorantly and
recklessly, many are doomed to
bear heavy losses.
It Is necessary to issue warnings
and the Federal Reserve Bank
warning Is based of course on ex
But between warnings and AC
TION there is a wide margin. To
tell outside banks that they must
not lend money on call, giving a
monopoly to New York City banks
and gigantic profit to holders of
New York bank stocks, may not be
the best way to solve the money
and speculation problems.
Another week opening finds Wall
Street refusing to be scared to
death. Speculators are like "Old
Dog Tray,, ever faithful." Grief
cannot drive them away.
Jack up the Interest rate, and still
they say, "I think stocks are going
to be worth more and so I am go
ing to buy them." The prices lift
ed up their little heads as soon as
the market opened and kept them
One comforting fact for gentle
men that speculate In stocks, pay
ing ten, twelve and more per cent
for money: Federal Reserve Bank
in 1928 made a net profit of $64,053,
000, or $21,000,000 more than in 1927.
It scemB only reasonable that the
Federal Reserve Bank, efficient in
putting up Interest rates, should get
a good share of the profit
Corporations get good service and
government, sometimes poor ser
vice. Colonel Lindbergh Is named
Federal Aviation Adviser, and
WHEN HE WORKS his Uncle Sam
will pay him $25 a day.
All Hollywood knows that Lind
bergh could have had $500,000 for
making one picture, which would
have paid him about $10,000 an hour
for his work.
However, as Lindbergh says, fly
ing is his business, and $25 a day
for work on Government flying
would suit him better than any
price for standing before a camera.
Besides, he has a job with General
Atterbury, of the Pennsylvania, se
lecting landing pbces, etc., for the
railroad which will pay a salary
considerably better than $25 a day.
If men are welcomed in 4 leaven
In proportion to their deeds on
earth, there will be a special com
mittee of welcome to meet John D.
Rockefeller when he arrives. May
It be fifty years hence.
President Angell of Yale Univer
sity announced a gift of $2,000,000
from Mr. Rockefeller for expansion
of Yale's medical department, the
building of a laboratory, etc.
Mr. Rockefeller is the only man
that has given away hundreds of
millions of dollars.
Since the people do not know en
ough to use their unlimited re
sources for their own welfare, they
are fortunate In having Intelligent
men that collect hundreds of mill
ions and spend them usefully for
education, health, scientific research
combatting disease, etc.
Iiipi never part but that they ihow
Of precious pearls a double row.
Beautiful teeth are truly a bridge
to beauty. And the condition of the
teeth has a definite and decided ef
fect upon one's morale, too. It is
only natural to desire to hide bad
points, and for this reason we fiad,
not infrequently, women and girls
who twist the face into all sorts of
contortions to keep from revealing
To preserve the shape of your
mouth it is most important to have
an extracted tooth replaced as
quickly as possible with a false one,
and for false teeth to be fitted care
fully and correctly so that the top
of the gums will extend well up
under the lip almost to the top of
the nose, even if a deep V must be
made for the lip cord In front.
The world is just recovering from
an orgy of tooth extraction which
was undoubtedly brought about by
the excess publicity given to the X
Ray and its uses in dentistry. The
X-Ray disclosed the fact that many
teeth were abscessed at the roots,
thus discharging poisons through
out the system and causing all
kinds tt physical troubles.
Now, however, the pendulum has
swung back and great Btress is be
ing laid upon oral hygiene and pre
ventive dentistry. Now like the
Chinese and their physicians wise
people pay their dentists to insure
the health of their teeth and from
the viewpoint of mouth beauty and
health, this is undoubtedly a far
Everywhere Intelligent people
have reacted to the sensible sugges
tion that they should visit their
dentists every six months. For
whether the teeth themselves are
In need of reconditioning or not,
they do need sensible and scienti
fic cleaning to remove the tartar
deposits and generally to improve
both health and appearance.
The mouth harbors germs which
affect not only the teeth but the
entire system. Antiseptic washes
are a simple and effective form of
mouth hygiene. Salt water Is ex
cellent; so are boraclc acid and
milk of magnesia solutions.
The teeth should be brushed af
ter each meal. If you are In doubt
about the acid condition of your
mouth, litmus paper, which is pur
chasable at any pharmacy, will en
able you to test for acidity, and
proper care of the teeth will do
much to correct it.
Altogether the care of the teeth
may be boiled dwn to regular den
tal supervision and absolute clean
liness. And that is little enough
when you realize the important re
lationship your teeth bear to your
general appearance. A pretty mouth
needs pretty teeth to complement
masked by solid wooden doors,
there will be room for umbrellas,
rubbers and kindred unsightly ar
ticles. The upper space can be
used for more decorative things-
bright bits of pottery; a few curios;
a gay little box to hold keys and
matches to be caught up at the last
minute. Or, if the upper doors be
mirrored, the shelves can be used as
a repository for the hat and gloves
belonging to the man of the house.
Cream of Lima bean soup
Eggs and asparagus tips
Stuffed baked tomatoes
String bean salad
A medium-sized head of cabbage,
2 eggs, 1 cup sour cream, 1 table
spoons butter, cup vinegar, 'A
cup sugar, 1 tablespoon mustard, 1
teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon pepper.
Chop cabbage fine, cook dressing
until thick, then pour over cabbage
while hot. Serve soon after.
To !,i cup milk at boiling point
add 2 tbls. bread crumbs; stir until
thickened. Add 1 cup chopped cook-
ed ham, 1 tbl. chopped parsley, sea
soning and beaten yolk 1 egg. Mix
well and when cool form into balls
the size of a nut. Roll in egg and
crumbs and fry In hot fat 2 minutes
or until brown.
Grate two cups of carrots; beat
two eggs until light, then add the
carrots, a tablespoon of butter, sea
soning, cup. of milk and a tea
spoon of flour. Mix well, pour into
individual buttered baking cups
and bake in a glow oven until firm.
Bean and Beet Salad
' To one cup cooked (or canned)
lima beans add 1 cup chopped pick
led beets and two chopped hard
cooked eggs. Mix the mayonnaise
and serve at once on crisp Bhred-
garnish with mayon-
Food for Ferns and Plants
Once in three or four months,
pour a teaspoonful of castor oil
around the roots of ferns and plants
and they will grow luxuriantly.
An Ironing Hint
Iron pillow cases lengthwise in
stead of crosswise and you will iron
the wrinkles out instead of in.
Starch will not stick to the iron
if you add a little borax or paraf
fin to the starch when boiling.
Alcohol Train Wrecked.
Jackson, Miss., Mar. 20. (Auto
caster) The wreck of a freight
train near Terry proved no tragedy
to the residents of that vicinity.
Soon after the train plunged over
a bank men came with containers
to collect the ten thousand gallons
of alcohol dumped into the ditch by
accident. The Joy was shortlived
though, for the alcohol caught fire.
05 New Fruit.
Geneva, N. Y., Mar. 20. (Auto
caster) The New York State Ag
ricultural Experiment station Gene
va has named 65 new fruits, accord
ing to Dr. U. P. Hedrick, director.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wilcox, who
farm the Louis Padberg place west
of Lexington, were visitors In Hepp
ner a short time Tuesday forenoon.
Guy Huston, Eight Mile resident,
was looking after business here on
Jbr Economical Tran$tortat!o
bu Aancv Hart
Tom Taggort Dies
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In the tiny hallway the corner
cupboard with open upper shelves
or shelves closed in by glass or
mirror doors often proves a most
In the space below, which is
Tnoma Taggart, famoui West
ern 'Indiana Democratit leader,
whose influence brought sbout the
nomination of Woodrfrw Wilson,
passed away at Indianapolis.'
DRINK MORE MILK
Wise old Mother Nature made milk
for children. Into it she put every
thing needed for sustenance, and in
the most easily assimilated form.
So, Drink More Milk. Let the
children have plenty. It is the
cheapest food you can buy.
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
WIGHTMAN BROS., Props.
Saturday Classes are
Rule at State College
Saturday morning may mean a
hnlldav to most students but to
those at Oregon State college it will
be merely another day as the result
of a change made beginning witn
the coming spring term. Saturday
forenoon will hereafter be used for
regular class hours the same as any
Under the new plan the present
Inadequate classroom space may be
used to greater efficiency and some
lato afternoon classes may be dis
pensed with. Having six days for
morning hours will also permit bet
ter use of Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Bay the college officials.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaughn spent
the week-end in Portland, Mr.
Vaughn going to the city to take
part in the Everding birthday trap
shoot on Suniliiy.
John Day Valley Freight Line
Operating between Heppner and Portland and
John Day Highway Points.
Prompt delivery, rates reasonable
plus personal and courteous service.
$10,000 cargo insurance.
CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172
I want to sell the state right to for-
mula for making
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In Oregon, a Hclentlnr, tnoroiigmy
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ilia fllnmn.'li nnd fnlestlniil worms.
Uimilrmln nf rniiclinicn 111 Texas nre
iisliiK this remedy. I linve never
had a complaint. If Is the finest
tonic If there are no worms; fine for
pregnant animals, sample n hmm
and literature can lie aeon ni um
lit this paper,
Results of Thinking
Benefits from never wasting anything
are clearly emphasized if we, a as scient
ist would, think about the matter, consider
our condition and possibilities of "arriv
ing" if we are prudent.
Just notice how people who save reg
ularly do succeed.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bclllk Oregon
It never fails,
ED CHINN, Prop.
people bought Chevrolets
Overwhelming public endorsement
since the day of its announcement!
New heights of popularity month
after month in rapid succession! A
million new buyers since January 1st!
such is the spectacular record of the
Bigger and Better Chevrolet which
makes it today, by a tremendous mar
gin,first choice of the nation for 1928.
In all the automobile industry there
are only eight manufacturers who,
during their entire existence, have
produced a million cars or more. Yet
that number of people have bought -Chevrolets
in less than ten months of
the current year! And this tremen
dous acceptance has been won because
the Bigger and Better Chevrolet pro
vides, to an amazing degree, those
basic factors of beauty, performance,
comfort, distinction and advanced
design which the vast majority are
now demanding in the cars they buy.
Come in! See and drive the car that is
scoring the year's greatest success I
Tht Touring AQC
orRoadttef ..Its.. JD
Sport Cabriole! .,
All prlcM f.o. b. Hint. Mich.
E. R. Lundell, lone, Ore.
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Polish your hardwood floors without
effort . . clean rugs and carpets cleaner
. . . get dirt and dust from upholstery
without pulling a big cleaner with un
wieldly attachments behind you. All
this you do with the new complete
Premier Duplex home cleaning outfit
a regular double action Premier
Duplex cleaner, a floor polisher and
the new Spic-Span hand cleaner
that takes the place of attachments.
etotot 8r m
costs no more
That's two cleaners for
the price of one and a
floor polisher thrown in
for good measure. All
for $56.50 cash. Terms
$2.50 down and $4.70 a
month for 12 months.
Good during March only.
You can buy individual
cleaners on special terms,
too, if you wish, but you
save money on the com
plete outfit. Set tbtm work!
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