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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1929.
Br Arthur BrisbMM
Money and Love.
Holmes, Brandies Dissent.
Nobody Knows Future.
In New York a man killed him'
self. The reason:
"I've lost my money." .
In Chicago a young Englishwo
man, twenty-eight, jumped to death
from a twelve-story window. Her
I love Ed Page, 1309 Astor St
Shakespeare's "Men have died,
and worms have eaten them, but
not for love," is not true of women.
Men die for money, women for love.
Justices Holmes and Brandeis of
the Supreme Court, are often to
gether in the headline "Holmes and
Brandeis dissent" Justice Holmes
eighty-eight, oldest man that ever
sat on the bench, and Justice Bran
dels, one of the ablest lawyers and
one of the best men in the United
States, are old fashioned Americans,
takine freedom of thought and
Speech quite seriously.
Rosika -Schwimmer applied for
citizenship, and the Supreme Court
rejected her appeal, because she is
a pacifist, does not believe in war
and says she would not fight
She is past sixty, and could not
fight much anyhow. Apart from
that Justice Holmes reminds his
fellow judges that the Founder of
Christianity was also a Pacifist
There is no 'doubt that if Christ
returned as an immigrant at Ellis
Island, he would be rejected after
brief Inspection of his teachings.
.You can hear the words of re
proof "What makes a rich man give
all his money to the poor? Go back
Those that deplore the tendencies
of "modern youth," late hours, short
dresses, wild dances, cocktails, and
the rest will be interested in an in
vestigation and report by Chicago's
Young people are wild, says the
report, but the blame rests with the
parents. Dr. Young, head of the
Howe School of Indiana, says he is
more worried about the parents
than about children.
It is a fact that bootleggers' cus
tomers are the parents. Children
despise the law, and parents set
them the example.
Nobody knows What may be
ahead of him.
Frank Presbrey, in his able book,
just published, "History and Devel
opment of Advertising," quotes an
old advertisement offering $10 for
the return of "one Andrew Johnson,
who had run away from James Sel
by, a tailor, at Raleigh, N. C, to
whom he was apprenticed."
That boy, when he ran away, did
n't know he was going to be Presi
dent Andrew Johnson of the United
States of America.
And Thomas A. Edison, when he
sat at his telegraph key, thinking
about sending more than one mes
sage on the same wire at the same
'time, did not dream that his
THINKING would add tens of bil
lions to the wealth of the world.
Richard E. Enright, for years
head of New York Police, says mur
derers should be put to work to sup
port their families, instead of being
sent to the electric chair.
Working and producing, the mur
Wer would be more useful than ly
ing in quicklime, outside the prison
Mr. Enrieht also advises that
thieve he Imnrlsnned and employed
long enough to make them repay
these whom they have robbea.
The murderers would approve his
suggestion, the thieves not.
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visit with her daughter, Mrs. James
Cossman and three children, of
Woodland, Cal., and also with an
other daughter, Mrs. Millie Newton
and two daughters, Mrs. Jalmer
Koski and Mrs. Ted Hall of South
Albert Petteys motored to Hood
River Sunday and brought his wife
home from the hospital.
Richard Lundell and Milton Mor
gan last week enjoyed a fishing trip
to the Deschutes river. They were
the guests of Milton's sister, Mrs.
Perry Bartlemay, of May Landing.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pugh of Carl
ton were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs, M. R. Morgan last week.
They were en route to Colorado and
the Yellowstone on their honey
moon trip. Mrs. Pugh is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A Morgan who
lived on the Oscar Peterson place.
Captain G. L. Hall, of McMinn-
ville, who was here some two or
three years ago, announces that he
will hold religious services at Mor
gan Sunday forenoon, June 30, and
in the lone Baptist church in the
evening of the same day. The Cap
tain is accompanied by his two
daughters, Francis and Phyllis, and
on Monday evening, July 1, in the
Baptist church, the trio will present
"An Evening With Riley." At this
meeting a free will offering will be
Mrs. Rosa Jackson is enjoying a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Weingarten and children, of Seattle,
and with her grandson, Donald
Jackson, whom she had not seen for
six years. Donald is the son of Cap
tain William Jackson of the quar
termaster department of the U. S.
Mr. and Mrs.-Floyd Sargent and
children, of Kinzua, arrived Satur
day for a visit with Mrs. Sargent's
mother, Mrs. Rosa Jackson. After
a short stay, Mr. Sargent returned
to his work at Kinzua but Mrs. Sar
gent and the children remained for
a more extended visit.
Pearl. Hazel and Emerald Pad-
berg of Portland arrived Thursday
of last week for a visit with rela
tives and friends. -
The alfalfa farmers are busy with
their hay and are havjng ideal wea
ther for the work. The hay is of a
good yield and is noticeably free
from weeds-. There is sufficient wa
ter in Willow creek to irrigate the
lands for the next crop.
tended the roller skating exhibition
at Hermiston on Sunday evening.
The minstrel show at Heppner on
Friday evening was well attended
by the Alpine people, all reporting
thoroughly enjoyable program.
Dr. J. P. Conder of Heppner has
sold his wheat ranch in Sand Hol
low to the Harnois family of Los
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tolles left last
week for Seattle where Mr. "Tolles
will attend the summer session at
the University of Washington. Mr.
Tolles will not return to the prin-
cipalship at the Pine City high
school which place he has held for
the past two years. Last reports
were that Professor Lang who
taught in Echo last year will fill the
vacancy. Pine City is in for a good
time during the coming school year
as Mr. Lang is not only an excel
lent educator but also a first class
athletic coach. He likes athletics
and likes to get the young folks in
terested in the work, too. i
Charles and Cornelius Melville
were Echo and Hermiston visitors
on Monday evening.
Mrs. O. F. Thompson of Butter
creek has redecorated her dwelling
house on the creek, also air the out
buildings have been given a fresh
coat of red paint The house has
been finished in ivory color trimmed
with a darker color. It is very pret
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Finley ana
son were Hermsiton visitors on Saturday.
G. L. Bennett and niece, Miss ue
latha Lambirth were business Vis
itors in Heppner on Saturday.
Mrs. Geo. Lambirth accompanied
Willard Hawley to Echo on Thurs
day. . v
Ernest Beckland and brother of
Tacoma, Wash., were recent visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. Irl Clary and chil
dren were business visitors in Hepp
ner on Tuesday.
Richard Dix in REDSKIN, Star
Thater, Sunday and Monday, all in
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For Sale Singer sewing machine,
model 66, For quick sale, $38. Phone
848, city. 9tf.
NOTICE OF BIS.
The County Court of Morrow
County-will receive bids on Wed
nesday, July 3, 1929, for a two-ton
truck with the following specifica
tions: 6 cylinder, four 34x7 pneu
matic tires, not less than 14 inch
wheel base, chassis with fully en
GAY M. ANDERSON,
ner on Tuesday. He was accompan
ied by Mrs. Geo. Lambirth and Gro-
ver Sibley. The latter went to have
his foot treated by a doctor.
Miss June Reville who has been
visiting with her aunt Mrs. ,Geo.
Lambirth, returned to her home, in
Pendleton on Saturday.
Mrs. G. L. Bennett and daughter
Ruth motored to Hermiston and
Echo on business last Wednesday,
Willard "Hawley was a business
"visitor in Pendleton on Saturday.
Messrs. Melville of Sand Hollow
and Harnois of Los Angeres were
Saturday guests' of Mr. and Mrs Irl
The Misses Margaret and Mary
Doherty of Pendleton were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Doherty re
cently. Willard Hawley made a business
trip to Yakima on Sunday. He re
turned on Monday.
Dr. J. P. Conder of Heppner and
Mr. Harnois orCalifornia were Fri
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Hawley motored to Hepp- I C. Melville. . -
See the New
11 Ton Six Speeds
With $0 II A f . o. b.
Now on Display
IT IS A CASE OF
DRESSED WE ARE,
NOT HOW CHEAP
Every man has, some re
gard and respect for his
own appearance. .None of
us want to be a distin
guished character for the
cheapest kind of odd fig
ure bargain clothes.
It isn't how cheap and
sloven we want to look.
It's how well dressed we
want to be. And that's
just why men who want to
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er ways than commercia
Have your clothes Tail
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They cost less in the end
Heppner Tailoring and
For Sale Refrigerator In good
condition. Phone Mrs. Gay M. An
What Does a $6000-a-Month
Mean to You?
The distribution of this amount every month
by us among Morrow county farmers means
that much additional buying power.
Ask for PRIDE OF OREGON Butter and
Ice Cream and make this payroll grow.
MORROW COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
J. SKUZESKI, Prop.
LADIES' GARMENTS FINISHED BY
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MEN'S GARMENTS FINISHED AND
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