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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1929.
By Helena Rubinstein
For as yon were when first your eyt
Buoh seems your beauty atill.
Pure white or silver hair can be
such beautiful hair! Soft, gracious,
becoming, it frames any face in the
most friendly fashion. It dims facial
lines almost magically and brings
out the rosiest tints in the skin.
Just now it is extremely fashion-
The Blockhead Model
IaKE a look at most any
fashion cut for men and
women's clothing in news
papers or magazines and
think for a moment if the
pictures are a tue likeness
Elongated necks, faces
that only the Egyptians
carved in wood the ser
ious determined faces of
dashing young men of the
exaggerated square jaw
Now that's just the way
things are often repre
sented to us these days,
particularly in the cloth
ing fields. Let's think for
ourselves. You know how
many of your friends look
like those pictures just
Getting right down to
facts and good judgment
there is only one sensible
way to buy our clothes and
that is from a reputable
None of us wants to look
poverty stricken or as tho
our clothes were snatched
from a bargain counter.
Clothes should be made
from quality fabrics of
recognized standing by a
tailor who knows his bus
iness. Then we get what
Heppner Tailoring and
able to have silver or snow-white
hair. And it is often worn short,
appropriately waved and dressed,
with a very lovely effect
But short or long, the white or silver-gray
head needs more than or
dinary care to keep it lovely. Un
less it is properly shampooed, rins
ed, dried and waved, it often be
comes dry and yellowish or strelt-
Here is a particularly good sham
poo for this type of hair: Slice a
cake of pure Castile soap and mix
with it one-half ounce of potassium
carbonate and three ounces of wa
ter. Let simmer until thoroughly
dissolved, then add one ounce of
glycerine. Blend and add more wa
ter to the mixture if necessary.
Shampoo in the usual fashion.
Be very careful to rinse out the
soap In several clear rinsing waters,
Then give the hair a final rinse in a
basin of water to which a few drops
of French bluing have been added.
But take care not to get too much
of the bluing in this water.
Recently I saw a very pretty
young woman whose prematurely
white hair had evidently just been
given a bluing rinse. Under her
bright red hat it looked distinctly
blue in color. The effect was wierd
and not at all attractive as so many
startling effects may be.
Don't Overlook These
Here are some red hot bargains. Don't fail to
clip the coupon and get it in early as the stock
won't last long. More fine bargains coming.
WATCH THIS SPACE!
Net Weight H-Ib.
Reg. 35c Special 25c
A SPECIAL IN
No. 2 Brownie Black Leather
Reg. $2.25; Spec. $1.79
No. 2A Brownie, Black Leath
Reg. $2.50; Spec. $1.98
ODDS AND ENDS IN
SPECIAL BARGAIN IN BOX
This stationery deal is going
over. So get yours before
it Is all gone.
In drying white hair avoid strong
heat This rule applies to all types
of hair, but for gray or white hair,
which is usually inclined to be dry
or brittle, it is doubly important
To dry it well, gently rub the hair
and scelp with soft, warm, Turkish
towels to absorb the moisture.
White or silver hair should never
be waved with a hot iron,-as the
action of intense heat is yellowing.
Instead use a warm iron, or wave
with "water wave" combs.
THESE are days when it is just an
overburden of words to report
that so and so went to so and so by
car. Because that is the way every
body travels now. However, we
have thought that there might be
a news value in reporting that so
and so Chevroleted to Long Creek,
Dodged to Dayville or Forded to
Prairie City. We might report,
maybe, a distinguished citizen Lln
colning to Portland or Cadlllacking
to Boise. This kind of reporting
shows the class of the person. The
reader can figure the news value,
when we Bay "Bill Danglt Model
T'ed to Burns" or "Miss Petit Dar
ling Willys-Knighted to Baker."
This style of reporting saves the
editor from telling who's who and
what's what For instance, if we
should say that "Sweetie Dough
Whippeted to Portland and La
Salled back," it shows, without fur
ther explanation that she has had
some good luck and evolved into
and manyofher insects
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
FOR YOUR VACATION
The Handy Tube Package of
Specially good for wlndburns,
chapped face and sunburns.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK 19c
THIS COUPON IS WORTH 38 Cents !
$5.00 an Ounce
On presentation of this
coupon and twenty-five
cents THE REXALL
STORE will deliver to
bearer a bottle of Shari
I cent value.
lDlAll . CO)
M. D. Clark : Hiatt & Dix
ALWAYS BRINGING YOU BIG VALUES Red & White Of
fers You Better Groceries at Lower Prices
No one questions the economy of quantity buying. You know from
your own experience that potatoes by the sack are cheaper than by
the pound. As one of the Red & White Chain we have an unparal
leled buying power which is reflected in al our offerings to you.
Saturday and Monday (July 27 and 29) Red & White Super-Specials
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Post's Bran Flakes
Jelly Glasses, square g
or tall, Dozen lit
Sitrus Soap, granu- 4 4)
lated, Lg. Pkg llv
Servus Ceylon and In- M S
dia Tea, l"2-lb. pkg.
R. & W. Jell Dessert OQ
3 Packages iO
R. & W. Quality Oys- Off f
ters, 2 5-oz. tins ... OvV
Royal Baking Pow- ZifZ
der, 12-oz tin IcH
Special Free Offer! Alpine
Milk, Buy three, get Q
Servus Salt, Plain or
Iodized, 2 for Alt
Schlitz Malt, Hop O-i AQ
Flavored, 2 .... fjM.,MO
Certo, Indispensible ??
in canning, 2 bottles
R. & W. Flour
serves r&MMi nyy
Always comes from a job well done. Good
materials are necessary for a good job. Our
materials are always good.
TRY US AND BE SATISFIED
You'll be Plesed With Our Service
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Prop.
Phones: Mill 9F25; Yard Main 1123
another class. You see, this coun
try is rapidly approaching the point
when people are known by the car
they drive. We will come to it We
may come to the time when every
body will take the name of their
car for their middle name; for in
stance, we will say: Mary Ford
Smith, or Johnnie Chevrolet Smith
or Chauncey Cadillac Smith. This
puts folks just where they belong,
in a very nice and inoffensive way.
Canyon City Eagle.
DR. J. L. CALLAWAY
Phone 93 Heppner, Oregon
or leave orders at
Phelps Grocery Co.
Home Phone 1102
W. F. MAHRT
has been appointed
Delco Light agent
for all Morrow
Ready to service old plants as well
as install new ones any time.
NEWIishst styling--NEW 99 Horsepower Valve iriHead Engine4
NEW Controlled Servo Mechanical Brakes 'NEW Steering' Gear
NEW Road Shock Eliminator NEW Douhle Acting Shock Absorhers
NEW Non Glare Windshield .
America has taken this new Buick to its heart. Millions
have thronged to see it . . tens of thousands have
already placed orders . . . other thousands have re
quested demonstrations ... all have found that in the
five major elements of motor car appeal beauty,
performance, comfort, safety, value this new Buick
with Body by Fisher strides far ahead of any other car
in the entire quality field.
New Fisher Styling
The new Buick Bodies by Fisher are longer, lower,
more luxurious. They reveal new Fisher styling
new beauty of line and appointment new colors
which have won outspoken admiration. And they
introduce a host of new features including the new
Fisher Non-Glare Windshield for safer night driving;
new and richer upholstery; and new fittings and
appointments of princely luxury. "
Pacemaker of Performance
Moreover, Buick for 1930 reveals this same marked
supremacy this same increased leadership in fleet,
spirited behavior on the road. Its new and bigger
Valve-in-Head engine developing 99 horsepower
provides matchless new virility, pick-up, swiftness and
flexibility. A single drive will prove it the pacemaker
of performance. And the same drive will disclose
marvelous new handling ease, comfort and safety, due
to a new and improved steering gear and new road
shock eliminator; new double-acting shock absorbers
which check both bound and rebound; and new con
trolled Servo enclosed mechanical brakes, the most
effective braking system on any car in the world.
See, Drive and Own This New Buick
Bear in mind, this new Buick with its many advance
ments is offered at new low prices in three new series
and three new wheelbases, with only one standard of
quality throughout the finest in its field. Come see
the new Buicks and arrange to drive one. Among the
14 attractive body types is exactly the Buick for you.
The new engine in the 132-in J 124-inch wheel b$e series
developi 99 horsepower and the new engine in the 1 18-inch
series, 80j$ horsepower.
NEW LOW PRICES
5 Passenger Two-door Sedan, Model 40 f 1235.00
4 Passenger Sport Roadster, Model 44 1275.00
' J Passenger Phaeton, Model 45 1275.00
2 Passenger Business Coupe, Model 46 1225.00
4 Passenger Special Coupe, Model 46-S 1265.00
J Passenger Four-door Sedan, Model 47 1295.00
5 Passenger Four-door Sedan, Model 57 S!1495.00
4 Passenger Coupe, Model 58 1465.00
7 Passenger Sedan, Mode! 60 1845.00
7 Passenger Limousine, Model 60-L , 1995,00
5 Passenger Four-door Special Sedan, Model 61 1695.00
4 Passenger De Luxe Coupe, Model 64-C 1625.00
5 Passenger Coupe, Model 68 1675.00
7 Passenger Phaeton, Model 69 1525.00
These prices f. o. b. factory. Special equipment extra. Buick delivered prices include only reasonnble
charges for delivery and financing. Convenient terms can be arranged on the liberal GMAC Time
Payment Plan. Consider the delivered price as well as the list price when comparing automobile values.
Vaughn & Goodman Heppner, Ore.
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE B U I L T . . . B U I C K WILL BUILD THEM