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Tuesday, October 9, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
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Record-Breaking Haul of Fish
Mrs. Hal Ely and Mrs. Ben Mor
gan were visitors with Mrs. R. E.
The threshers in this part of the
country were not very well pleased
with the rain last week, as it delayed
Mr. and Mrs Noah Pettyjohn
and children visited with Mrs. S. Ed
Miss Geraldine Funk was pleas
antly surprised on October 2 when
her mother appeared at the school
house during the noon hour with a
large cake. After lighting the six
caudles, all her little playmates
shared her cake and candy.
Harold Witcraft, one of our fifth
grade pupils, loft last week for Hood
River where he will attend school.
Mrs. B. F. Morgan, Mr. Witzil,
Mi. and Mrs. John Gray and Mi's.
Funk were visitors at the Morgan
school during the past month.
On the honor roll for Hie first
month of school appear these names:
Lela Gray, Wayne Witzel, Elise Mor
gan, Oro Holaday, Paul Pettyjohn,
Leona Gray, Claude Morgan, Edith
Ely, Katie Morgan, Mary Holaday.
Those who were neither absent nor
tardy this past week are Howard
Hardesty, Lenis, Lona and Lela
Gray, Paul Pettyjohn, Oro Holaday,
Elise and Claude Morgan. Geraldine
Funk, Wayne Witzel, Edith Ely, Ker- ! J- B' Calmus. H.H.B.
mit Edwards, Mary Holadav. Katie i Tura-a-Lum, H.H.B.
Morgan, Beulah and Geneva Pettyjohn.
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A record-breaking net haul on the Million Dollar pier nt Atlantic CUy
irought in over two tons of fish, valued at $2,XH. They were mostly weakllsh,
lome of which weighed as much as fourteen pounds each. i
Bob Buschke, H. H. B
Guy L. Barlow, H. H. B
Peoples Hdwe Co., H.H.B....
O. A. C. EXHIBIT
Phelps Grocery Co., H.H.B...
:W. P. Prophet, H.H.B
central Market, H.H.B
! Standard Oil Co., H.H.B
i Howard Cooper Co., H.H.B...
AT STATE FAlIt ! Chas. Osten, H.H.B
Case Furniture Co., H.H.B...
boss, or Mrs. Chas. Rickey, H.H.B
my kind j Watt Shipp Co., H.H.B
Hepp. Lt. & W. Co., ct. house 44.34
Heppner Trsfr. Co., ct. house 2.00
G. McDuffee, jail 2S.30
"Better get some action
youse gwine to be wearin'
o' clothes." So stated a miniature Clyde Equipment Co
pickaninny in abbreviated costume to Highway Commission, H.H.B
a group gathered around "Oregon's C. B. Orai, sealer
Marketing Round Table" that fur- First Natl Bk, roads 2,134.47
nished the centerpiece of the college F. & S. Ntl Bk, roads 858.11
extension service exhibit at th(e state C. C. Chick, physician 10.00
fair. These people, representing Ore- S. Shaw, overseer 2 5.00
gon's specialized farm and orchard Francis Gordon, poor 25.00
products, were madjs from their re- Ida Fletcher, poor 15.00
spective commodities and were shown Jess Kirk, poor 30.00
in conference with the extension ser- Andy Cook, poor 30.00
vice in order to get at some prob- Dick Lahue, poor 25.00
lems of marketing with which they First National, roads 106.07
were confronted. iE. Bucltnum, just, ct 6.60
Oregon's most urgent agricultural ! A. L. Cornett, jus. ct 3.25
problem is the profitable marketing L. P. Davidson, ct. ct 48.25
W. M. Avers, jail
Lulu Johnson, juvenile
County Agent, Co. agt...
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The Parent - Teachers' association
of Hardman gave a reception last
Saturday evening in honor of the
teachers of the grade and high
school, in the high school auditorium.
The paity began about 7:30 with
games, followed by dancing. About
10:S0 o'clock a banquet supper was
served, after which dancing was
again in order. The party broke up
at midnight. An enjoyable evening
was had ! a!'.
In ordoi ; raise money for suits
for the 'ootball boys of the Union
High scl.ooi, tiie high school is giv
ing Sandwich days for three consecu
tive Sundaye, two of which have al
ready paed. October 14 will be the
last of theye days.
A carnival to be given Halloween
has been planned for the purpose ot'
raising more money for the football
tiam. The carnival will begin with
a tig 6 o'clock cafeteria dinner, fol
lowed by a free program consisting
cf an operetta and a minstrel show.
Novelties and refreshments will be
for sale fin booths.
WHEAT SHOWS STKO.XGKK
TONE IX ALL MAHKETS
of her specialty crops" formed the
keynote of the extension service ex
hibit at the state fair. Judging by
expressions voiced by observers this
exhibit hit the nail on the head. Here
were shown a group of agricultural
products put up for sale as it used
to re done but one of the legends
flashed on the screen by the auto
matic balopticon forming a part of
the exhibit pointed out that "them I Humphreys D
days are gone forever." Another j
legend attracted attention to a group
of products put on the market by
cooperative a s s o c i ations graded.
well packed, attractively labeled, j
standardized, and advertised. The j $
comparison was obvious.
R. L. Benge, ct. ct 30.00
Pac. Tel. Co., cur. ex 40.13
J. F. Gorham, sheriff ,. 40.00
Kilham Sty. Co., juvenile 7.37
J. J. Wells, assessor 950.00
Gazette-Times, office 85.75
Heppner Herald, supt 26.50
Tum-a-Lum, ct. house 44.00
J. B. Calmus, ct. house 4.00
Peoples Hdwe Co., ct. house.. 6.50
Co., ct. house 12.25
The week closed with a better
feeling in the wheat market as a di
rect result of the efforts the govern
ment is making to improve the af
fairs of wheat growers. Locally prices
were higher, both in the cash mar
ket and at the exchange.
Cash prices were about a cent
over those of Friday. Western red
was worth $1.03, hard winter the
same price, club and soft white $1.05
and Big Bend bluestem $1.06. Ex
change bids ranged mostly 1-2 1c
better than the day before.
There wa3 inquiry from exporters
for soft white and western red that
could be delivered quickly. New
business in the export market Is
confined entirely to parcel lots. There
is some export demand for flour at
workable prices, but the scarcity of
steamer space checks business In this
Liverpool wheat options opened
j and closed unchanged.
LINCOLN RAMS FOR SALE T.
E. Hendrick, Boardman, Oregon.
Missionary Society .Meets'
The Ladies' Missionary society of
Bethel chapel held a pleasant mel t
ing in the chapel parlors last Tues
day afternoon, at which about 30
ladies were present. An entertain
ing program was rendered after
which refreshments were served.
This was the first meeting of the fall
season and it is understood the
members are planning an active fall
and winter season in their work.
ton. According to information re
ceived by County Agent Morse the
following arrangements have been
made for getting exhibits to the
show: Big red tags are being print
ed and are being placed in the hands
of all warehousemen and grain deal
ers throughout the Northwest, and
the warehousemen will bo instructed
to place these tags on any sacks of
good grain which farmers or the
county agents may bring in and to
put them in any cars of grain going
to Portland. On arrival there these
sacks will be picked up, carefully
cleaned and recleaned for rxhibitioa
and exhibited under the owner's
name. Individuals may clean their
grain and then send it in the same
way if they wish. Local freight op
express shipments must be paid by,
the exhibitors. Premium lists ara
being printed and will be available
for distribution within the next few;
Advertise it in the Herald.
TUB UNIVERSAL CAB
AND (iRAIX SHOW
The Northwest Hay and Grain
show which has been held at Pen
dleton for the pa.st two years has
been taken ov(er by the Pacific Inter
national Exposition at Portland and
will be held in connection with this
show on November 3rd to 10th. A
cash premium list of $2 500 has been
offered by the Portland Merchant
Exchange, which is approximately
three times the amount of premiums
paid at past shows. As the attend
ance at the Livestock Exposition Is
over 100,000 there is a chance for
the grain Bhow to have much more
attention than when held at Pond In-
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Changes featured in the new Ford Sedan make it a better look
ing, roomier car.
A higher radiator with a trim apron at its base lends dignity
befitting a closeJ car. The higher hood and enlarged cowl
Curving gracefully to the dash give a stylish jweep to its body
lines, and afford additional leg room for occupants of the front
All body fittings window regulators, door grips, door latch
levers, door lock, dome light arc finished in nickel. The
upholstery carries a fine dark line on a soft brown background
that does not easily show dust or dirt. Silk window curtains
to harmonize for the three rear windows enhance the style of
the car and add to the comfort of its passengers. See the new
Sedan and other new Ford body styles at our showroom.
These cars can be obtained through
the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan, .
LATOURELL AUTO CO.
CARS TRUCKS TRACTOKS
corxTY covrt pnocKKn:x(;s f.
Court met in regular session at ! j
the court house on Wednesday the
third day of October, 1323, with alii
officers being present: When among i 1$
others the following proceedings : y
were had, to-wit: ''
Court approved, disallowed or con
tinued the various claims presented
against the county and ordered war
rants drawn for the various claims
on the proper funds.
Court being fully informed in the
matter and having fully considered
the petition of J. P. Conder and
others for the formation of a spe
cial road district and the levying of
a special road tax which would have
to be matched by the court, denied
the said petition for the reason that
it was not feasible at this time.
Court accepted the report of the
road viewers in the matter of the
road petition of E. F. Smith et al and
fielng fully advised by the district at
torney ordered InO establishment of
said road as prayed for in said pe
tition 'after the statutory time had
iex p f red.
Court allowed the following
State Accdt Comm., Vartous..$ 49.04
W. Farrens, H. H. B 127.12
R. L. Benge, H. H, B
W. L. McCaleb, general
C. V. Hopper, general
M. Reid, general
C. H. Latourell, central..
L. A. Palmer, No. 8..
O. E. Peterson, No. 0
Paul Riefmann, Ni. 9
W. E. Nolan, No. 3
F. P. Uo.'f. 14B
Roy Stamp. H. H. B
J. W. Kirschner, H. H. B
H. McDuffee, H. H. B
Ed Chidsey, H. H. B
Carl Cason, H. H. B
Emery Goodman, H. H. B-
Couser Adkins, H. H. B-
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2 i.oo ;
4.VF.: ! :
Minor & Cos
This sale will continue for a time so that many
who have not already availed themselves of these
pnusual bargains, may do so.
EVERY ARTICLE of merchan
dise in the store REDUCED
(groceries excepted) i.
SOME OF IT RIDICULOUSLY LOW
You nfC going to need some of these goods.
Better Supply Your Needs Nov;!
. j-v-, JBHat.
Green or Black. Regular price, pound 90c,
half pound 50c. NOW
High Grade Teas at Medium Prices