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i Lemonade I Cigars and Tobaccos I In fact everything good to drink and smoke at t THE PASTIME j HENDRICSON & GURDANE, : : : Props. I33S- TOE mn rmrc Easy Payments $5 Pown and $5 per IMlonth With out Interest. SAM HUGHES Local Agent JPIIVDIvIjrOIV, OREGON THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS SUCCESS IN BUSINESS IS GIVING CUSTOMERS GOOD VALUE FOR THEIR GOOD MONEY. WE HAVE DONE THIS THAT'S WHY WE HAVE A BIG. GROWING HARDWARE BUSINESS. IF YOU'VE NEVER DEALT WITH US. "BRACE UP." ITS TIME YOU WERE GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH US. AND WE WANT TO GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOU. TOO. IT WILL BE TO OUR MUTUAL BENEFITj YOU HAVE GOT THE MONEY-WE HAVE GOT THE GOODS. YOU WANT THE GOODS WE WANT THE MONEY. THAT MAKES BUSINESS FOR US BOTH. COME IN AND SAY -HOWDY DO" ANWHOW. Gilliam & Bisbee LLLi TVPEWRBTEEI EW MIODEL O. - - - 5 3 H HEW HUM An attachment for hoe drills as illustrated here 1ms two very valuable and impor ant feature which eve-y progressive iarmer will appreciate t once. They are made to tit any hoe, are easily adjusted and answer the double ourpofeof regu lating the depth of sowing and at 'he same time pressestuesoilfirmly around the grain thus insur ing imintdiate germination. Splendid results are obtained from their use, Manufactured by Pendleton Iron Works, THECAZETfE-TIMES The Heppner Guette, Established March 30, 1883 Th Heppner Times, Established Nov. 18, 1897 Consolidated February 13, 1912. VAWTER CRAWFORD. . Editor and Proprietor Issued every Thursday morning, and entered at the Po.toflico at Heppner, Oregon, as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES s One Year J1.50 Six Months. 75 Three Months, 50 Single Copies,.. ' 05 ADVERTISING RATES: Display, transient, running less than one month, first insertion, per inch, 25c; subsequent in sertions. 12 l-2c; display, regular, 12 l-2c; locals, first insertion, per line, 10c; subsequent insertions, per line, 5c; lodge resolutions, per line, 5c; church socials and all advertising of entertainments conducted for pay, regular rates. Thursday, August 15 1912 The date of the Seventh Annual Fair of the Third Eastern Oregon Agricultural Society ia set for Sep tember 23 to 28. That time Is not far off. The exhibit frim Mot row county so far has not put in its appearance and those who are interested in giving our section a good boost at the fair realize the necessity of Retting huy. Farmers, stockmen, get busy and col- lec tlie best von bave from crops and flocks, bring your stuff to D. 0. Gut- dune at Hpponer or deliver to J. T. Knapoenberg at Ine and it will be looked after. Remember that the Tri-county fair follows the Morrow Umatilla fair and all grains and other non-perishable products can be shinned from Pendleton to Condon and thus save you the work of gathering two exhibits. Morrow county haa never failed to carry away the majority of premiums at Pendleton and there is no reason why an exhibit this year should not prove superior to previous exhibits. Pick oat yoar best samples f grain, grasses, frnit, vegetables, in fact anything that goes to make a oitable exhibit. Mr. Gordaue has on hand a large supply of premium ists which he is mailing oat to Mor row onnnty people as he can and if yon have not yet received a copy you can get one at the store ot Hendricson & Gnrdane- $2000. 00 will be distrib- ted in cash premiums this ' year. These premiums are offered far agri- ultnral, mineral and stock exhibits, works of art, fancywork. and other novel features. It is well worth your ime to select an exhibit and see that noes into the Moirow county booth Pendleton. Thousands of people ill be there to take in the fair and the Round-up and among them will be many Eastern people who are Iwavs anxious to see Vshat the West ern country raises. Not a few of thesa people take samples home with them and thus an - inexpensive bit of advrtisina is done that oounts for more than any highly colored litera ture sent out. Get busy friends and show the outside world that Morrow county is the place where real show stuff is raised. If vou are a patron of the motion picture show yon have, no doubt, read thejsign : "If our show pleases yon, tell others; if not, please tell as. " That sentence contains good business sense that should be applied to other lines ot business as well as the show. If vour grocer, butcher, merchant, barber, laundrvman, in fact every place with which you do busi ness, should be dealing you out a brand of goods or civing you service which does not appear risht to you, vou owe it to that party to tell him your grievance. Dun't tell everv Tom. Dick and Harry you meet on the street that so and so isn't square, or that his service no lunger meets voar approval, but go to that partv and tell him your grievance. ' Any sensible business man will appreciate Tour effort and no doubt will profit by it. He is the one who should know that his servioe is not satisfac tory, and by telling him whether it pleases or not yon will fee giving him an opportunity to correct his mistakes before others become dissatisfied and quit doing business with him. Word ot Appreciation. We desire in behalf of the board of stewards of the M. E. church South to express a word of appreciation ot the faithful ministry of our church. Bro. Warren and his wife have been with u for three years and in leaving for another field of labor, they carry with them the best wishes of many in Heppner and surrounding country . even out aide of the church but on the inner circle he was most beloved. He ha been untiring in his zeal and fidelity. The whole community is made better by the ministry of such a man. We desire to state also that altho his sal ary has been less than he earned, the report at our quarterly conference held last Saturday show that we have paid him in Heppner and Eight Mile for thia present year approximately one thousand dollars, this include the appropriation from our board of mission to this field. We wish Brother and Sister Warren God speed where ever they may be sent another year and hope to have them with us again some time in the future. W. P. SCKlvi.K, SAM HUGHES. FROM OVER THE STATE. Complete instructions have been sent out bv Secretary Chapman of the Ore gon Development Ltague to the com mercial bodies of the state having membership in the organization, di recting the collection ani shipment of fine grains. grasseB, fruits, and v g otableg will be assembled at Portland aud when shipped to the Oregon Slate Immigration Commission, Commercial Club Bnilaing. I'ortlbud they will be carried by the railroads without freisth enrages. Many sections of Oregon are busy making a collection to ship to the Portland headquarters and it is ex pected the state will be abl to make a strong showing, both at Chioago and Minneapolis. The Pacific North west Land Products Show at Portland will also attract exhibits of soil wealth, not only from this bnt from neighboring states. Farmers who have samples of their crops thev can send in for exhibit mav get full directions either from their nearest Commercial Glob or bv addressing G. C. Chapman, Portland Commercial Club. The Oregon State Fair will cele brate its 51st birthday this vear with the biggest and best showing of Ore gon products ever gathered. Not only are the crops so excellent that fine exhibits mav be made but new depart ments will be added for the first tim. Among these are the competitive showing of farm products grown by school children of the state and the exposition of Eugenics,. both of which are arousing wide interest. President W. 0. Brown, of the New York Central lines told Portland people the past week that while the farms of the country have increased their products 33 per cent, consump tion of the necessities has incresed 60 per cent during the past ten years and unless some remedy is found to equal ize the two the people of the United States will face a crisis before long. He urged the need of improved agri cultural methods. Loganberry culture, a new industry, ia growing to large proportions in this state. At Brooss alone, 34,000 crates were shipped to a Portland cannery, netting the owners $31,0 0.' A total of 37 cars of loganberries was shipped from Brooks this year The acreage given to this frail is constantly on the increase. One man-will set 200 acres in Polk county during the Fall and plana to instal.l canning, drying and bottling machinery. Hotel men of the state have launch ed a campaign to attract Eastern tourists to Oregon. At a recent meeting of the state association, it was decided to oarry ou extensive advertising and publicity work thru out the East to show the sceuio beau ties of the Paoifio Northwest to the intending traveler. It is the olan to distribute many folders and nieces of attractive lirerature illustrating this subject. The prpulation of Oregon is to be increased between 30,000.000 and 35, 000,000 this year only the newcomers are young salmon and not tieup'e. Tnat number of baby salmon will be liberated into the streams of the state from the varices hatoheries. The Isb, when released, will be from five to eight months old and are expected to be able to fight their own battles thereafter. A vast amount of ill health is to impaired digestion. When due the stomach fails to preform its functions properly the whole system becomes deranged. A few dose?, of Chamber lain's Tablets is all you need. They will strenghten your digestion, invig orate your liver, and regulate your bowels, entirely doing away with that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Try it. Many others have been Dermsnently cnted why not you ? For sale by Patterson & Son. Oregon Agricultur al College. This gieat instiation opens its doors for the fall semester on September 20th. Goutses of instruction include : General Agricultore. Argonomy Ani mal Husbandry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology, Botany and Plant Path oloyg. Poultry Husbandry, Horticul ture, Etomology. Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engin eering, Mining Engineering, Highway Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Domestic Science, Domestic Art, Cora meiee Forestry, Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, English Language and Literature .Pub lic Speaking, Modern Language, His tory, Art, Architecture, Industrial Pedagogy Physical Education, Military Science and Tactics, and Music. Catalogue and illustrated literature mailed free on application. Address : Registrar, Oregon Aglrcnltural Col lege, Corvallis, Oregon. SCHOOL YEAR OPENS SEPTEM BER 20th. Fifty V TTATT ImX & LA baa Salem, Sept. 2-7, 1912 $18000 offered in Premiums on Livestock, Poultry, Agricul tuarl and other products. Races, Dog Show, Shooting Tournament, Band Concerts, Fireworks and Free Attrac tions. N Send for Premium List and Entry Blanks. REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. For Particulars Address FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary, Salem, Oregon. GET TOGETHER and come in a bunch to the Umatilla-Morrow Stamp the dates upon your memory: September 23 28 inclusive The most extensive Livestock, Agri cultural and Industrial display in Eastern Oregon Bumper exhibits of bumper products Miniature hatchery and game preserve Vaudeville and band concert each evening An occasion to celebrate a prosperous year Bring the whole family The Standard Machinery the World Over VAUGHN & SONS, Heppner Licensed Embalmer J. L. YEAGER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Heppner fir In men Fall victims to stomach, li-er and aldnev troubles, just like other people, with like results Id loss of appetite, back aohe, nervousness, headache, and tired, listless run-down feeling. Bat there's no need to feel like that as X. D. Peebles. Henrv. Tenn., proved. "Six bottles of Electric Bitters," be writes, "did more to give me new strength and good appetite than all other stomach remedies I used. " So they help everybody. Its folly tc suffer when this arrest retnedv will help yon from the Brut doge.' Try It. Only 50c at Slocum Drog Co. ; No Wonder That Frledrlch The Tailor is busy even this dull season.. Of coure be is turning out the best ' made and shape-retaining clothes for less money than any other concern. tf. FOR SALE Two mares, an organ and a carpet For further particulars, call or address this office. - first Erf Twir Fair MJBOi Lady Assistant Oregon Farmers Attention. I will represent the Pacific Coast Elevator Co on the Heppner branch this season. Please notify me when you are ready to sell your grain. If yon haul to lone see J. A. Waters. O. R. JOHNSON, Heppner, Oregon. Seed Wheat For Sale. I have for sale at my ranch near Lexington, for seed, a quantity of the wheat known as No. 128, a cross of Turkey Red and red chaff club. Will book ordeta for this wheat at 80c per bushel. Wheat is not threshed yet and can be seen growing on my place at this time. I also bave red chaff club, shipped from Adams, Oregon. Call on or address F. E. MASON, Lexington, Oregon. Delicious sodas and ice cream soda at The Palm.