Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, July 04, 1929, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1929.
Sunlight Starvation.
(From State Board of Health.)
The sun has been shining since
the beginning of the world, yet
there are people, in this advanced
age who do not appreciate the value
of the sun and the sun's rays.
Many diseases are due to a lack
of sufficient hours spent In the sun.
Sunlight is a necessity of life. Green
plants removed from sunlight soon
fade and lose their vitality. People
who are confined in dark places
away from daylight become pale
and tend to lose their normal heal
thy vigor. Such persons have a pas
ty skin, are apt to be tired and list
less and are an easy pray to germ
infections, especially those of the
lungs, nose and throat The ten
dency to avoid the sun's benefits by
remaining in-doors is all too gen
eral, especially during the cold wea
ther period.
Sunlight is only a part of a vast
sea of energy waves which are con
stantly pouring through space. Only
a narrow band of the waves eman
ating from the sun is interpreted
by the human eye as light White
light or daylight is made up of com
ponent rays which represent the
seven primary colors of the spec
trum. Below the visible light lies
the region of the Invisible ultra
violet rays which possess import
ant physiological properties.
The ultraviolet light of sunshine
increases the germicidal power of
the blood and increases the resist
ance to infection. The prevention
and cure of rickets are Important
effects of sunlight The ultraviolet
light causes the absorption of cer
tain mineral salts which are con
cerned in the building of the teeth
and bones. It increases the hemo
globin or red coloring matter of the
blood and acts as a general tonic.
These short rays produce redness
and subsequent tanning of the skin
after exposure to sunshine. Per
sons who have not been tanned re
cently should observe caution in the
first few exposures to direct sun
light It is well to expose oneself
to sunlight gradually. The most sat
isfactory result obtained from sun
shine without ill effects Is to expose
the bare skin for a time long en
ough to produce a slight but not un
comfortable redness, followed by
tanning. As the degree of tannnig
increases the time of succeeding ex
posures can be Increased. The first
exposure should not be longer than
thirty minutes. The best and cor
rect way to get the benefits of these
ultraviolet rays is to let children
enjoy to the fullest extent the sun's
rays.
Persons having tuberculosis
should not undertake to expose
themselves to sunshine without con
sulting a physician as there may be
danger to such persons from over
dosage. ,
The greatest preventive and cura
tive agents are open air, sunshine,
good nutrition and plenty of rest
and sleep.
Ordinance No. 228
An ordinance authorizing the Wa
ter Superintendent of the City of
Heppner to make and establish
rules and regulations governing the
use of water from the city water
supply for irrigating purposes, pro
viding a penalty for the violation
thereof, and declaring an emer
gency. The People of the City of Hepp
ner do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the Water Super
intendent of the City of Heppner,
Oregon, is hereby authorized to
make and establish such rules and
regulations governing the manner
and time of the use of water from
the City water supply for irrigation
purposes as such Water Superin
tendent may deem advisable to se
cure an equitable and economical
distribution thereof and to preserve
the water from such supply for
household use and fire protection.
Section 2. When said Water Sup
erintendent shall have made and es
tablished such rules and regulations,
all persons, firms or corporations
using such water for irrigation pur
poses shall comply therewith, and
the said Water Superintendent, the
Chief of Police of said City of Hepp
ner, or any employee of said City
of Heppner are authorized to enter
upon any land or premises where
said water is used to inspect the use
of such water, and said Water Sup
erintendent, Chief of Police or any
of the employees of the said City of
Heppner shall have the power and
authority in addition to the penalty
hereinafter provided, to shut off and
prohibit the use of such water to
any person, firm or corporation fail
ing to comply with or violating any
of such rules or regulations.
Section 3. All of such rules or reg
ulations shall be submitted to the
Common Council of said City of
Heppner by said Water Superin
tendent to be approved by said Com
mon Council at a general or special
meeting, and such rules and regula
tions shall become in full force and
effect Immediately upon the approv
al thereof by said Common Council.
Section 4. Any person violating
any of the provisions of this ordin
ance or any of such rules or regula
tions made or established by said
Water Superintendent and approv
ed by said Common Council, shall
upon conviction thereof in the Mu
nicipal Court of said City of Hepp
ner be punished by a fine of not
less than $2.50, nor more than $40,
or by imprisonment for not less
than one day nor more than twenty
days.
Passed by the Common Council
and approved by the Mayor, this
21st day of July, 1924.
E. G. NOBLE, Mayor.
Attest: W. A. RICHARDSON,
(Seal) Recorder.
Chas. W. Smith, county agent, re
turned the end of the week from
Portland where he attended a four
day grain grading school the best
four days of education he ever re
ceived In his life, he declares.
Lowell Turner, helper at the Fer
guson Chevrolet company garage
and star centerfielder on the Hepp
ner ball team, drove on to Portland
after the game at Wasco Sunday,
having business In the city.
W AM
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Of salf-sam ooloi is her hair,
Whether unfolded or in twines.
Heigh-ho, fair Xoaallnel
Lodge.
The feminine halrdress calls for
more than distinctive style to be
perfectly successful. It calls for
texture, gloss and finish as well.
And this Is not alone to be attain
ed through purely artificial means.
The credo of hair beauty is the be
lief and the practise of the (tre
mendously important) daily brush
ing. There is no better way to de
velop hair beauty. The softness
and lustre which come from this
regular care cannot be duplicated,
not even with a pint of brilllantine.
It Is more than merely surface
beauty which brushing develops. It
is the sheen of health and scalp
activity and no artificial aid can
stimulate this.
The most successful way to brush
the hair is with military brushes.
When using hand brushes the pres
sure falls directly on the hair in
stead of being distributed between
the scalp and the handle of the
brush. Also, the military brushes
make for an even regularity of
movement
After one week of regular brush
ing you won't recognize your hair.
I cannot understand why so many
women neglect this so easily culti
vated part of their beauty.
Next in importance In developing
the loveliness of your hair Is the
frequent use of a good tonic. Many
of you, I find, ask me about hair
tonics when there is definite injury
to be corrected, whether it be pre
mature graying, falling hair or bro
ken dry strands. A hair tonic should
be more than a corrective to you.
It is first of all a preventive of all
those conditions of hair ill health.
There are three classifications of
haii- the normal, the dry and the
oily, and the tonic you select should
be specifically suited to your par
ticular type. Rub it well into the
scalp, a drop at a time, using the
very ends of your fingertips, not the
cushioned pads of the first joint of
your fingers. Not only will the ton
ic stimulate hair growth and streng
then the roots, but it will help along
the good work of brushing until a
fine, natural gloss has become a per
manent feature of your charm.
The third Important unit in cul
tivating the high lights of hair
beauty is that much used, often ab
used product brilllantine. There
are certain arrangements of the
hair which demand the maximum
of lustre. The satin-smooth bob Is
one such style, and to those who
wear this type of hairdress, I ad
dress the caution a very little bril
llantine goes a long, long way. One
single drop in the palm of your
hand and then rubbed briskly into
the hair brush will be more than
sufficient for the average person.
Another method of applying bril
llantine is by placing a drop or two
in the palm of one hand, rubbing
both hands together, then smooth
ing on thehair.
J. D. Cash, local manager of J.
C. Penney company, accompanied
by his family, motored to Walla
Walla on Sunday. Mr. Cash return
ed later In the day while Mrs. Cash
and the boys remained to be in that
city for the 4th of July festivities
which Mr. Cash expects to return
for today.
Adrian Engleman was a farmer
of the lone section looking after
business In Heppner on Monday.
While the weather has been pretty
warm out his way, wheat has been
developing well and will soon be
ready for the combine. Mr. Engle
man is looking forward to a good
vield.
Now Open For
Business
, BERGSTROM & KANE
At Reid's Garage, Lower Main Street.
SHELL PRODUCTS
GAS, OIL AND GREASES
TIRE REPAIRING AND GREASING
"At Your Service"
Phone 1142
Al and Bert
Chugging Along
Is your home operating
on one cylinder?
Six and eight cylinders mean
MOTOR efficiency electrical
appliances mean HOUSE
HOLD efficiency.
Automobiles and electricity
have grown up together and
spread over the country at an
unprecedented pace. Each has
contributed immeasurably to
the progress and happiness of
the nation.
The day of the one- and two
cylinder automobile has pass
ed, but there are many homes
still "chugging along" without
electrical appliances.
Modernize your home.
Don't "chug along."
Pacific Power & Light Co.
The
New
Swimming Suits
The Legion Pool is
Now Open
"THE SPEED SUIT"
For men or women. Cut short and low
under arms.
$6.00
"THE TWOSOME"
For men 'or women. Snappy two-piece suits.
$6.50
"THE SUN-SUIT"
For Children.
$3.75
The Latest and Snappiest Swimming Wear
ALLWOOL SUITS
100 virgin wool for men, women
and children.
$3.75 and $4.25
"A MANS STORE FOR men"
Thomson Bros.
Special Features
Saturday-Monday, July 6-8
SWANSDOWN
Cake Flour
Regular Package
Package .... 32C
TOILET PAPER
Velvet
Best Quality Full Bolls
1000 Sheet Tissue
4 Rolls for . . 25c
SHRIMP
l's, Fancy Large Baratarla
Can 18C
2 for 85c
PORK AND BEANS
Campbell's
COFFEE
FREE FREE Again by re
quest, a big stick of pure su
gar candy FREE with Mb.
Package AFFILIATED BUY
ERS BEST, Highest Grade,
COFFEE.
Pack
age
49c
TAPIOCA
Minute
Package . . . 13C
LUX TOILET SOAP
Most Popular Toilet Soap.
3 Cak
es
. 25c
LARGE CAN
.an
10c
CRACKERS
Snowflake
Mb. Caddie.
OLIVES
La Fiesta
Imported Spanish or Queen.
S-oz. Glass YOUR CHOICE
Bottle
lie
Caddie
34c
MATCHES
Best Quality 6c Match on the
CERTO
The Favorite for Making
Jelly. Regular Size.
market
6 Pkgs. for
18c
Bottle
26c
SALMON
Rosedale
Medium Red Alaska l's Tall
Can
24c
FLY SWATTERS
Kan't Miss
The Original Long Handle.
Regular 10 Seller.
Tod
ay
8c
Thompson's
MALTED MILK
l-LB. TIN
Tin ...... . 45c
TEA
Lipton's
Yellow Label Orange Pekoe.
1 Oc Package . . 9C
1-4-lb. Tin . . 23c
1-2-lb.Tin .. 44c
Central Market
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.
Central Market
HENRY SCHWARZ & SON
Heppner Gazette Times for Everything in Printing
PHELPS'
New and Better Store
OFFERS YOU THE LATEST AND
BEST IN FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES.
A complete stock of staple and fancy
groceires at
PHELPS
Grocery Co.
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Phone Main 53 We Deliver
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Of Great Import
ance We will admit that the most im
portant business to you is YOUR
OWN business or occupation.
That's what brings your three square
meals a day.
It also keeps a roof over your head,
and as your business grows you be
come more experienced and it grad
ually brings you nearer to "Easy
Street." But next to your business,
is the banking business, for a connec
tion with a good bank like ours is
helpful to your business in many
ways. We will be glad to serve you.
Firft National Bank
HEPPNER, OREGON
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