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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1929.
Br Arthur Brubana
He Sprays Hens.
The New Farm Plan.
Heads and Fists.
First Aid for Hoover.
Thousands" that would not read
an Einstein pamphlet will read this.
Walter Dorsey, colored, of Atlan
ta, Ga., confessing to chicken steal
ing on a wholesale basis tells the
judge, "I Just sprays 'em with chlor
oform. Then stand back and wait
In about five minutes they flop off
the roost and are ready for my
That's more Interesting to many
of us than the distance of the farth
The "William and Mary" plan to
subsidize exports of farm products
is rejected by Mr. Hoover. The sen
ate plans, nevertheless, to try It
The plan Is to give farmers ex
porting wheat, etc., a bonus of one
half the American tariff on all the
wheat or other farm products exported.
After consulting the Departments
of Agriculture, Commerce and the
Treasury, Mr. Hoover says the plan
would enrich the speculators and
reduce world prices, since foreign
markets would have to meet the
competition of subsidizing products.
Also, says the President, the plan
would cost the country $200,000,000
a year, cause much bankruptcy and
it would not solve the farm problem.
Farmers will cease moaning when
they realize that the bonus money
would be paid not direct to them
but to merchant exporting pro
ducts. I,t needs "no ghost come from the
grave" to tell farmers how little
they would get of that bonus. Wheat
gamblers and the middle-men would
get It. The farmer in his taxes
would have to pay part of It.
human beings should want to
squeeze the Joints of the hand and
tug at the muscles in the arm of a
Dusy man is not easily understood
Handshaking should be nhnllahnH
since it means nothing and spreads
Germany permits all survivors of
the Emden to add "Emden" to the
rest of their name. Thus Freder
Ich Garbe is Friederich Garbe-Em-den.
The Emden destroyed eighteen
steamers and one cruiser before an
Australian cruiser ended its career.
On the same basis Colonel Lind
bergh would call himself Colonel
Mrs. Bert Mason entertained at
bridge Thursday afternoon of last week
In honor of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Pez
ell, and her niece, Mrs. Orvllle Parish,
of Spokane . Two tables of bridge were
in play. Besides the honor guests and
the hostess, there were present Mrs.
Ed Dick. Mrs. Koy Lleuallen. Mrs. M. E.
Cotter and Mrs. E. K. Lundell.
On Sunday Mrs. Bert Mason accom
panied by her sister. Mrs. Dezell. and
her niece, Mrs. Parish, motored to Port
land where they will visit with Mrs.
Mason's mother, Mrs. Adelia Godfrey.
Wesley McNabb who has been having
a painful abscess on his foot is much
W. E. Ahalt celebrated his 80th birth
day Muy 9. He was the honor guest
at a dinner given by his daughter. Mrs.
Fred Buchanan, at her home on Willow
creek. Besides the guest of honor and
the Buchanan family, there were pre
sent Mrs. Ray Barnett and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Ahalt, and Mrs. Han
Peterson brothers shipped a car of
hroses to Portland Saturday night.
Fred Buchanan was called to Walla
Walla last week by the serious Illness
of his half-brother, L. E. McBee.
We are glad to note that F. A. Lun
dell who was quite 111 last week, is now
able to be around again.
John Cochran returned from Portland
the last of the week where he had gone
to attend to the re-Interment of the
body of his son, Archie Cochran. Archie
Cochran was burled in Masonic ceme
tery, Heppner, but now has been laid
to rest by the side of his wife in the;
beautiful Rose City Park cemetery.
I. R. Robison was a business visitor
in Portland last week. While there he
visited Ralph Harris who is receiving
treatment for stomach trouble. Mr.
Hurris is rapidy improving.
Wendell Balslger Is now working in
the Balfour, Guthrie and company of
fice in Pendleton. Next month he will
be placed in one of the offices on the
Wasco branch line.
Last Saturday the high school stu
dents harkened to the call of the great
out-of-doors and Journeyed to the
mountains for their annual picnic. They
spent the day In the vicinity of the coal
mine. They took with them good appe
tites and plenty of "eats." All report
Mr. Tunney, world heavyweight
champion, retired, has been visiting
George Bernard Shaw on a small,
sunny isle In the Adriatic sea.
Tunney is barely thirty. Shaw is
seventy-three. And Shaw, who has
NOT retired, has no Idea of retiring.
The head lasts longer than the
Eight hundred delegates to the
Red Cross convention called upon
President and Mrs. Hoover, and
contributed "First Aid" by refrain
ing from the usual hand-shaking
Why eight hundred intelligent
, jolly time.
.onnie Ritchie has bought the home
place on First street. This is part of
me properly oi me L,yaia Kiicnie es
tate. The Missionary society of the Swed
ish Lutheran church held its regular
monthly meeting last Sunday afternoon
at the Henry Peterson home. Sixty
were present. At the close of the pro-
f:ram refreshments were served. Fol
owing Is the program as given: song,
"The Morning Light Is Breaking; Bible
reading by Rev. W. W. Head followed
by prayer: reading of minutes; roll
call; solo by Ame Viken; business ses
sion; sermon by Arne Viken; closing
song. "Tell Me the Old, Old Story."
Mrs. Charlie Alllnger has returned to
her home after an absence of eight
weeks, part of the time spent In Port
land, and part of the time with her
daughter in Heppner. Mrs. Alllnger
has been very HI, and while much im
proved is not yet able to do her home
Miss Esther Tucker is one of a class
of eleven to graduate from the Riverton
high school Friday, May 17. Miss Tuck
er was a pupil in the lone school for
three years while her father. J. Clifton
Fresh and Cured Meats. Fish on Fridays.
Oysters, Clams, Shell Fish.
ATTENTION Farmers and ranchmen, we
want your stock hogs, fat hogs, chickens,
turkeys or other poultry, veal or beef. Come
and see us when you have anything in this
line to dispose of ; we pay all the market af
fords and can use your produce.
HENRY SCHWARZ & SON
New and Better Store
OFFERS YOU THE LATEST AND
BEST IN FRESH FRUITS
A complete stock of staple and fancy
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Phone Main 53 We Deliver
Tucker, was superintendent . Mr. Tuck
er has been the head of the Riverton
school for the pant four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rletmann are
visiting in Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Blain Blackwell have
moved into the house on Second street
owned by Mrs. Robert Balcom.
Arthur Pettys who was taken 111 at
the home of his aunt, Mm. Charley
Nord, and who was later taken to Wal
la Walla by his mother, Mrs. Pieffer,
is seriously ill in a Walla Walla hos
pital, where last Saturday he under
went a kidney operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Arne Viken, fo Bloom
ing Prairie, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs.
Halvorsen, of Los Angeles, Cal., depart
ed the first of the week on their east
ward journey. While here they were
the guests of Mi and Mrs. Nicholi
Thompsen. Mr. Viken held services in
the Congregational church on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday evenings of
last week, and on Sunday evening of
this week. He preached Sunday morn
ing in the Congregational church at
Lexington, and assisted in the Mission
ary meeting held Sunday afternoon in
the Henry Peterson home. All those
who attended enjoyed his sermons, his
voice, and the music which he and Mr.
Halvorsen furninhed on the musical
saw, the Swedish harp, and the Haw
aiian guitar. These people have been
engaged in religious work in Portland
and are now on their way to Mr. Vik
en's home In Minnesota.
Mrs. Edmond Bristow and little
daughter returned Saturday to her
home in Walla Walla after a pleasant
visit with home folks. She was accom
panied by her brother, Gene Grabil,
who will remain for a few weeks visit.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of the laws of the State of Oregon I
have taken up the following described
animals found running at large on my
premises in Morrow County, State of
Oregon, and that I will on Saturday the
first day of June, 1929, at the hour of
10:00 oclock In the forenoon of said
day at my ranch six miles east of
Lena postofflce in Morrow County, Ore
gon, offer for sale and sell the said
animals to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, unless the same shall have
been redeemed by the owner or owners
thereof. Said animals re described as
One bay gelding, branded bar A
(A) on right stifle.
One bay gelding branded H-E con
nected on left stifle, with saddle marks.
PHIL HIRI,, Lena. Oregon.
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Whose? CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST.
Where? AT HEPPNER CHURCH OF
When? SUNDAY MORNING.
How? A UNIQUE WORSHIP SERV
ICE AT THE LORD'S TABLE.
Sermon, "The Birthday of the Church."
Who? EVERY MEMBER 0 F T H E
CHURCH of CHRIST, and all oth
ers who will.
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FEATURING A FREE
AND FACTORY DEMONSTRATION 0F-
Electric cooking on a Monarch will be a revelation to you! These ranges
are absolutely clean and odorless Cool in the kitchen Quick acting
extremely low in monthly cost. They have the Monarch's famous speed
oven, broiler, three cooking elements and extra plug for percola
tor or waffle iron. The oven temperature is automatically con
trolled. You know the sturdy d ependable Monarch fuel ranges
your mother used one probably. But she never dreamed
that daughter would have anything like this Electric.
See These Ranges Actually Demonstrated
LILLIAN IRMA SAYLES
opens our sale with a two-day cooking school and
demonstration of Monarch Electric Ranges. Mrs.
Sayles Is a nationally famous home economist and
a most interesting speaker. This school and dem
onstration will astonish you. Mrs. Sayles moves
so graciously so much at ease that you wonder
where the work of cooking has gone. You leurn
how to cook a whole dinner In the oven with new
recipes, new methods, and new lahor savers. This
school Is for you! Absolutely FREE! Held at 2:30
Monday and Tuesday, May 26 and 27, at Case Fur
niture Store, Main Street, Heppner, Oregon.
IF YOU EVER COOKED FOR A
You'll appreciate these points that make Mon
arch Electric Ranges truly royal. Did you
ever expect a range to take so much responsi
TIIE HEAT CONTROL is automatic so it is no
hotter or cooler than you decide.
OVEN Has two heat units, one at the top for roast
ing, broiling and toasting; one covered element
at the bottom tor general baking, both units on
at once gives you double speed, but one is ample.
COOKING Have big, fast heating radiant type elements
each separately fused and three-heat switch.
PLATES Are fitted with a Paramount heat block under the
element, forcing the heat upward to do full duty.
EXTRA OUTLET Lets you plug in a Percolator or Wafflle
Iron if you wish. A splendid idea.
THE PRICE Is the amazing part. You can get a Monarch
Electric Range, finished in enamel with the two free pre
i miums for only $129.50
SALE BEGINS MONDAY, MAY 26
Cooking School Monday and Tuesday
MONARCH COOKING SCHOOL
MAY 26 AND 27
MONDAY and TUESDAY
MAY 26 and 27
Each day at 2:30
p. 151. J
itl 26 Pc. Set of Silverware, (j
1 ftllji'il Aluminum Oven Set
WSwf 5t3SSI VALUE $27.00
Wll-Wfelll You get both Premiums 1
you buy during this sale.
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CASE FURNITURE CO. -:- HEPPNER