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stopped his yacht, looking for li
Wanted Girl to help with house
work . Inquire this office. 7-9.
quor, of which he had none. It was
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1929.
a new yacht
Mr. Fish wants to "protect the
rights of yachtsmen."
To protect the rights of row boats
and other small craft Is or ought to
Br Arthur BrUbeJM
The Opening Game.
Thousands paid to see the open
ing game between the Yankees and
the Red Sox. Fifty million Ameri
cans that know who the Yankees
and the Red Sox are, haven't the
faintest idea who Pythagoras and
They are just as happy and Pyth
agoras and Thales don't care.
Baseball observed that President
Hoover was "wild In his pitch,"
throwing the ball that started
Washington's baseball season.
Technicians said that throwing
the medicine ball had "made the
President a little strong on the
wing." "Wing" is baseball language
Intelligent baseball men will say
to President Hoover, as the artist of
old said to the ruler, annoyed at be
ing excelled by him, "God forbid
that you should know as much
about this as I know."
There is such a thing as knowing
too much about baseball.
President Coolldge becomes a
director in the New York, Life com
pany in place of the late Ambassa
Such a man as Mr. Coolidge could
not remain Idle. And he could with
difficulty find work more useful
than life Insurance. It Inculcates
thrift, provides for widows and chil
dren. The United States, producing 4,
600 airplanes in 1928, leads In air
France in 1928 built only 1140 air
planes. Great Britain sells more airplanes
abroad than we do.
France, however, has five times as
many fighting planes as we have.
Her fighting fleet is so big it makes
Great Britain very polite.
France is the real airplane coun
try, no matter what others may
manufacture. Britain is catching up.
We lag behind, but that will change.
A gentleman of the American De
fense Society, who would only ac
cept immigrants as much as possi
ble like the Puritans, keeping out
others, says "President Hoover
doesn't know as much about Immi
gration as some of us."
Mr. Hoover knows a good deal
more about immigration than the
American Defense Society knows.
Stuyvesant Fish sues officials that
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be, even more important, in a re
public, since there are more of
However, republic or no republic,
stopping a rich man's yacht seems
to create more excitement than
breaking into a poor man's house
and killing his wife.
Francis, young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Healy, who has been ill
for about three weeks, was operated
on at Heppner hospital on Saturday
for mastoid trouble. The lad is re
ported to be getting along very well
since the operation, though he had
suffered a lot during the weeks of
his illness. Miss Helen Curran,
trained nurse, is caring for the boy
at the home of his parents in this
Johan Troedson, farmer of the
north lone country, was looking af
ter business here on Monday. He
reports that the grain out his way
is looking good, though some parts
of the surrounding country have
a better showing of weeds than they
should. The tar weed is quite abun
dant just now, but should soon be
out of the way of the wheat
J. W. Stevens and son James, Jr.,
came over from their home at
Courtrock on Monday, and, spent
Tuesday in Heppner while Mr. Ste
vens was looking after business.
Spring has arrived in the Monu
ment section and everything gives
promise of a prosperous season over
that way is the report Mr. Stevens
B. R. Patterson arrived herp frnm
Pasadena, Calif., on Monday, and
will spend some time at Heppner
while looking after the business of
Patterson & Son. drupplftta Hp
was accompanied as far as Portland
by Mrs. Patterson, who is remaining
in tne city for a visit with friends.
Mrs. Frank S. Parker departed
on Wednesday for Portland where
she will spend a day or so visiting
with relatives and then go on to
Eugene to spend Mother's Day at
the University of Oregon with her
son, Vawter Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rippee are
the proud parents of a 9-pound son,
born to them on Saturday, May 4,
at Heppner hospital.
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Vow In May Pair, of oonrse, in the
fair month of May
When llftt is abundant, and bnay
and gay i
Encouraging Complexion Beauty.
In spring and early summer one
hears the term "spring fever" a
term used somewhat mysteriously
to cover the symptoms of lack of
ambition and moodiness which
characterize the temper of many
people during the very season when
Nature is most profligate in her re
newal of life and beauty.
There is really nothing myster
ious about the malady, however. It
Is simply a state which has been
brought about by the clogging of
the system during the long indoor
season when social activities, late
parties, rich food and lack of exer
cise have played havoc with the
health and beauty of the most nat
urally healthy person.
This general sluggishness and
clogging effects the skin markedly.
Indeed almost every physical ail
ment registers its effect upon the
skin, which is a sensitive and clever
barometer of general bodily health.
The skin looks dull, sallow and
sluggish; perhaps. lined and dry as
well. Often it has blackheads and
a rash, or a suggestion of acne.
Since a fresh, quick circulation is
the essential foundation of all skin
health and beauty good healthy
blood, too, of course this must be
awakened by special stimulation.
Adequate physical exercise taken
often and regularly will do much
for general bodily circulation and
so for the circulation of the facial
skin. But exercise, to be effective,
must be vigorous and taken regu
larly, not mild and spasmodic, as
some seem to believe.
And a quick and simple way to
bring a healthy circulation up into
the face is by the use of a specially
prepared circulation stimulant elth
er liquid or Cream. I personally
believe that the liquid stimulants
are more effective. They bring the
blood up to the tissues more imme
diately upon their application, re
vitalizing them into activity and
health. The skin becomes rosy and
fresh at once, and glows as it does
after exercise. In fact, their magic
is so remarkable, so quick in effect
and so sucessful that often, when
using them for. the first time, wo
men are astonished with results and
fear they are "too good to be true.'
They are in truth delightful, and
while they are activating, there is
nothing in the least harmful In their
composition. No chemicals are used
in preparation; only the most bene
ficial of Nature's herbs and roots.
Scientifically created, they form a
rare beauty aid and secret the se
cret of good circulation which is
also the secret of complexion, health
"What's your business?"
"No; artist's messenger."
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
Beginning May 4th
must be emptied
Buy ONE box and get TWO.
Buy TWO boxes and get FOUR
Buy half enough and get all
Case Furniture Co.
With a cigarette
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the simple truth
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Camels are made of the choicest to
baccos grown cured and blended
with expert care.
Camels are mild and mellow.
The taste of Camels is smooth and
Camels are cool and refreshing.
The fragrance of Camels is always
pleasant, indoors or out.
They do not tire the taste nor leave
any cigaretty after-taste.
1929, R.I. RaynoMi Tobama
Our stock of Implements
Oliver and P. & 0. Gang
Plows from $190 to $90.
Spring Tooth and
Disc Harrows at Whole
Without question the best
Investigate the 15-30
Lead Bars, Single Trees,
Clevises, Plow Shares, etc.
We have it, will get it, or
it is not made.
We, the young women
who serve your tele
phone, appreciate the co
operation you give us in
our efforts to please our
We render a most per
sonal type of public serv
ice. Telephoning is a
mutual undertaking that
requires the co-operation
of the party calling, the
party called, and those of
us who operate and main
tain the delicate mechan
ism. Although, being hu
man, we may not reach
you may be sure that we
will continue to the best
of our abilities to do our
part in the company's
continual effort to give
you faster and better
You are always cor
dially welcome at our
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But a still greater thrill awaits
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You will like the feeling of
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Come in and see this great new
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