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TIIE GAZKTTE-T1MK.S. HF.ITXER. OREGON, TIU'KSDAY, NOV. 17. 1921
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fT wkin(i the bunny so little, land case; and one of the parties.
r'5J'.;v ra sod he is glad he as easer for a ver.li.-t .-onsnli,-.) his In.
on the loseins side of the elecshun ver as to the advisability of sending
this veer because if things dont go ' the judge a fine brace of ducks. It
rue now thev cant Maim him for it api-eared to him to be a neat sort of
; ; none, he has tuk a new job now be thing to do. The lawyer rose in hor-
T TiurP'inv mormon: or , .. . 13
,...,, r.f.rd 'rks for a man witch taiks in ror.
i rii.i-.!r ai noiist's to rarnt .V pf.- "TY-. t .u . 1.:.. ir . ..: t
-((!( " 1 lll'UIUIt: V't Ul KillU . ItC 31U.
W 'edn?sda 1 remarked to ma "Thi in At?P w (in nnrii'hf anA hrtn.
1VE" 0" t""at F loed o funny when he got orable man; under no circumstances
up eriy m the morning, she sorta could he be bribed. In fact, he is of
i sneared with her lirs & sed she had such iwtini.V that were vnn m s.n,l
190 new him a long time but never seen 'him a brace of ducks in 'advance of :
Notice of School Meeting
Xi'TH'l-: IS HKHEHY MVKX to the ltKnl voters of School District No. I
I r.' ., l.-rroiv t'xuntt. Slate of Oi.'troii. that a SCHOOL MKKTINti of said dis
trict !. Iu'l.l at Council Chambers. Hoppiier, OH'iion. on the Mh day of le-cmlM-v.
1 y -1 . at 2.30 o'clock In I lie atterttootl for the purpose of discussing the
Im.U.l li.-ninafter net out ilh the leunj board, and to vole on the proposition
of Icwmi; a special district tan.
'1'lte total atUOUIlt Of nimtev Iw tti.k eii.l ,,., 1 .litri..t Iha
tiscal vr.u heKimitriK on June 30. 1 s Ji. and ending June 30. 1922, Is estiiualeil m
the following budget and includes the amounts to he received from th countv
school fund, state school fund, elementary school fund, special district tax. and
:;11 other iiit'in'i s of the district:
MOHHOW ( l TV OFFICIAL PAPER
him do it.
ThursJjyJane called me a To
reador & 1 looked it up in the dik-
the trial he would probably lean so
far backward that he would find
against you. Forget all about the
THE AV.rm -vN PRr-SS AS VI TION
Dawn of a New Day.
The world already knows that the
armament conference is not a "fore
gone futilitv." not an inevitable re
treat to chaos and failure, not the
staged creation of diplomatic fencers,
sh unary witch it why I spell it all duck scheme."
rite. It means a fella witch throws I In due course the case came up
the bull when they have fites in 'and the decision was given. It was
Spain & Mevico hut shny 1 npvpr! : fn.. Ar ik .,kn i.A.i ni.inndi
-r - - - ivi ; iii iawi ui iiic inaii suu uau 'laiuuu
iui cum turns cise oniy just . the gift. He met his lawyer, w ell.
my own size. Ur mebby small
lf they pick on me.
Influencing the Judge.
In these days when strategy and
not the actual paralysis and negation subtelty may win as many victories
of the w o-l d's aspirations for peace as oratorical explosions, we commend
through disarmament. to the careful attention of politicians
The Harding-Hughes proposal has and others the account of a certain
put to rout at once the objectors, law case which occupied some slight
the dreamers, the visionaries, the local attention up in northern New
evangels of pessimism, the prophets Fngland some vears ago. It was a
he said, " we won our case."
"Yes," said the lawyer; "and are
n't you glad you didn't send the judge
"But I did send them," said the
"Yes, I sent 'em ; but I remember
ed what you said about the judge
leaning backward, so I put the other
fellow's card with 'em." Boston
I'CHVIN VI. si.m II Kt
ial. pi . r.j Total
Other services; telephone..
1 J2.MHI.00 i2.S00.0(l
1 2.1M 00 2,100.00
S 4.050.00 4.05O.0O
1 1.450 00 1.450 00
1 1.400.00 1.400 00
5 6.450 00 6.450.00
2 2.4911.00 2.490.00
1 1.320 00 1,320.00
1 200.00 200.00
tllTKItlM. AMD SI I'l'l.lKSi
1. Kuiniture (desks, stoves, tttc.l
2. Supplies (chalk, erasers, etc.) -
3. Library books
4. Ktaps . ,
5. ria ground equipment ...
6. Janitor's supplies
S. Light and water
Postage and stationery .
of an imrossiM,
Peddlers of internationalist piffle, the
babblers about world federation.
It is more than a proposal; it is EE EE
a demand for action, couched in ir- rs
resistible phrase, responsive to the'
highest and best thought of a world EE
wearied and nearly ruined by war. 1 sa
supported by the moral power and
coercion of an enlightened, aroused EE
and chastened mankind. jss
It is idle to talk now of the obsta- EE
cles to limitation of armament. They ;
do not exist; they never did exist as'
against a bold and determined pur- EE
pose to overcome them. What are !
they now? Where are those wholE
say that a great step forward has not EE
been made toward the actuality of sa
a more peaceful world through aban-;EE
donment even partial abandonment
-of the provocative instrumental
ities of warfare?
It is a day and time of realities,
not visions: courage, not timidity; of
outright diplomacy, not of secret in
trigue. Civilization is not sinking, but ris
ing; not sunk, but saved. A new era
is dawning. Oregonun.
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MA1TKN ANt'E AND HKI"A1HS .
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A. M. EDWARDS I
Uses up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for
all sizes of hole and depths. E
WRITE FOR CONTRACT AND TERMS"
1. Bonded indebtedness and Interest thereon !J2, 680.001
2. All other indebtedness and interest thereon 10.000.00
INSl ItAM Kl !J 160.00,
JIlSCKLLAXKOVSl J 100.00
By ROSS FARQUHAR
FriJjy pa is unable to go to wirk
today, he was eating chicken in his
S-4p-"V fingers & got to spead
J&W mg & feergot to slo up
isHJ as he went a round 1 of
the kirves & he bit his
! linger so bad he had to
!L go to the dr. & get it
Wrapped & bandiged up.
Saturday we had co.
F for dinner & she ast pa
did evry I witch goes to
are chirch belong to are
chirch. pa replyed &
i sed that about 14 of
' them belong to the
chirch and about Yi of
Jthem the chirch belongs
to them, he shua no
he taiks up the colleckshun.
Sunday Jakes fokes has got a
ford & they have ben going away
evry Sunday & Sat. Jake sed he is
hopeing they wood stay at home nex
Sunday because he wanted to go to
sundaskool & see a fut ball game
JIojJjyGinny Bell witch cum
from down in Missippy cant say his
Rs so the teecher give him a sen
tense to say witch was Robert givt
Richard a rap in the ribs for roasting
the rabbit so rare. But Ginny got
a hed of her he sed it his own way
Bobby give Dicky a punch in the
I Thanksgiving Suggestions
EE FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER
a . . 53
EE A few of the many good things you will find in
EE our stock for the big annual dinner. 5a
g CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES- g
High Grade Full Assortment. 5
H COFFEE The Best in Town. 5
FISH Crab, Lobster, Clams, Salmon, Oysters. 5
H MINCE MEAT Heinz or Libbys, can, glass or 3
Sa OLIVES Queens, Pimento, or Kipe.
H SALAD DRESSING AND MAY0NAISE.
H MARACHIN0 CHERRIES. 53
U PICKLES-Eipe, Sour and Dill. 5
H JELLY, PRESERVES AND JAMS in glass.
53 Tru-Blu Fruit Cake, Porter's Fruit Pudding, 3
53 Heinz 's Plum and Fig Pudding. 55
3 Candy, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Oranges, Grape Fruit, 5
5 Grapes and Apples. CRANBERRIES, Cel-
55 ery, Lettuce, and in fact everything the mar- 55
53 ket affords in fresh fruits and vegetables for 3
55 this occasion. 55
I Phelps Grocery
EMP.lUiENl'Yl - J 4000.00
Total stlrnated amount of money for all purposes during
From county school fund during the coming school year
From state school fund during the cotninir school year
From elementary school fund during the coming school year
Estimate ot proDaDie unexpenaeo oaiance at end ot current
ear - -.
Estimated amount to be received from all other sources
during the coming school year
The Byers Chop Mill
(l-ormrrlr SCUEMPP-S MILL)
STEAM ROLLED BARLEY AND WHEAT
After the 20th of September will handle Gasoline, Coal
Oil and Lubricating Oil
You Will Find Prompt and Satisfactory Service Here
Total estimated receipts, not including proposed tax.....
Total estimated expenses for the year ..1J42.905.0O
Total estimated receipfs not including proposed tax .j 12.180.00
Balance, amount to be raised by district tax
lialed this lith day of November, 1921.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, District Clerk.
w. o. Mccarty,
Chairman Board of Directors.
ORIGINAL ESTIMATE AXI) ACCOUNTING SHEET
School District No. One.
This original estimate Is made In compliance with section 231-A of the
school laws of 1921 and shows in parallel columns the unit costs of the several
services, material a ml sunulies for the three fiscal years next preceding the cur
rent yfiir, the detail expenditures for the last one of said three preceding fiscal
years and the budget allowances and expenditures lor six months or the current
year. ("Six months of the current year" means six months of the last school
for six months of
last school year
Kxpendltures for the three
fiscal years next preceding
the last school year.
...,:J 2.S00 00 J 1.250.00 J 1,250.00 J
....II 2.10.000 1 1.000.00:1 1.000.00 J
3 J 4,050.00:1 700.00 J 1,400.00
1 J 1,450.00
I 3.6O0.0IJ 1
J 1,320.00 I
J 60 110 S
J 2.025. 00J 2,J25.O0:J 2,
1.4:, 00 J ti4&.00 4,
1.S76 60 J 2.490 00!
648.45$ 585.00fJ 1,
100.00 J lOO.OOiJ
Tliore are only three things to know about hos
iery: "Does it fit well?" "Does it look well?" and
"Does it wear well?"
Millions of well dressed men and women will tell
you how well Holeproof Hosiery answers those ques
tions. Hence the decided preference for this famous
We now have a full and complete line of Hole
proof Hosiery for both men and women all priced
SILK, SILK FACED, SILK AND WOOL
-Sam Hughes Company
Total I'lTniiiml Srr maS.IUIMIO H I J:mj $l.1,l4!i.O lll,M7ll.l 1;I4,HT2.II tl 1.III2.0B
1 Ml.rlnl and KunullrKi
I Furniture (desks, etc.lll
(Supplies, (chalk. etc,)iJ
'Library Books l
.Ittnirnr'a slinnljes I
I Kuel ... I 1,200. 00 1
'Lleht and water aiu.oo
Postage & Stationery!!
379.80 J 375.00 J
139.85, J 50.00 J
644.42:J 450.00 J
42.96 I 50.00!J
Total lnt. and Sup.
Total, CoanlructloB .
l,465.(H; l-'llO.IWIIt a.liai.7l 2,.Hl.a7 .1.7(12.111
Total, Maintenance A I
.i5o.oof .14mj4! ooo.no t.nmji'M zimi.io! ann.oo
Paint Them Yourself, Madam
Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Etc.
WE furnish fret detailed
advice on refinishing
your own furniture, floors,
walls, etc. We tell you what
kind of paint, varnish or enamel
to use. What kind of brusr
Where to buy the material.
l;Ju3t a can of paint or var
nish and a little work that's
fun," will work wonders in your
home. Try it on furniture now
in your storeroom.
After 72 years of experience
with paints and painting prac
tice, Fuller makes a special line
of paints, varnishes and enam
els for just such purposes for
you to use yourself.
They spread easily, dry per
fectly, and give every desired
Easy, and great fun to use
them. Economical, too.
We are one of the largest
manufacturers of paints, var
nishes, etc., in the United States
and make the very finest kind of
Let our 72 years' experience
aid you. Follow Fuller Specifi
cations and you'll get the right
effects depend on that.
Don't think you can't do
work like this simply because
you haven't ever done it. Try
it, with our help. See how de
lighted you will be.
Varniihn) - Inamcls
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WHERE TO BUY: Impor
tant that you Rtt the right ma
terial co b turt to go to
authorized Puller dealer. Cut
out coupon to th ncht u
memo to direct you.
Writ for fcoolrlet of Puller
Specification "Home Service"
Paints, which tells you juit
what to buy. Describe and get
our free advic on any kind o(
painting job you want to do.
For all uttrior job of painting 1 advlubl t abtain
th Mrvlcas of Master PainUr
For Furniture and
for all-purpose varnish
ing at home for furni
ture, tables, chairs, lin
oleum, etc. Boiling
water cannot harm it, i
nor rolling furniture,
Drie duat-free in four J
hours. Walk on It over
"The All Purpose Varnish"
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Produce a mirror-like elastic floor
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marks aid hot water. Holds its gloss.
Also maker of Rubber-Cement Floor
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W. P. Fuller & Co.
Dept. 20, San Fruiciico
Pioneer Piint Manufacturer! (or
Branches in It cities In the Weat
Cut this out and put It in your
pocketbook or handbag as a memo)
Puller' 'Hom Service" Paint
ir sold by th following In your
PEOPLES HARDWARE CO.
Bonded, and interest
All other indebted
ness and interest
I 1.340.00,1 1,340.001$ 2.6S0.OO
t 5.021.4?!$ 3.750.00,$! 3.811.98
Total, Imlelitfdnrss ... lia,MMIO $ ,:il.4M; 5.4 WO.IHI.g I ft,4l.S; 10,42 1.77 1 3VO,00
Ip.unin. r. Total l lO.0O XO.OO, $ Tio.lM) .MI2.liof 1 40.M
llmpllanrUM, Total . .! HKMW 2.TN.34 37Mt ISH.09 I 2TI.W liW.OO
Emergency. Total , 4IMMIO
Ii2.nori.oo iw,T4...ania,4:ia.!X :i7.ii.si.i:i ms,7.'.2.M m.;
I Vawter Crawford, do hereby certify that the above estimate of expendi
tures' for the vear 1921-1922 was prepared by me and that the expenditures and
budget allowance for aix montha of the current year and the expenditures for
the three fiscal years next preceding the current year as shown above have
been compiled from the records in my charge and are true and correct copies
here0f' VAWTER f RAWFOKD, District f'lerk.
Willard Batteries, of standard
Willard quality, jnay be had for
your Ford car and at a price
you'd expect to pay for a lot
Battery Electric Service Station
I. R. CLABOUGH
Phone 83 Heppner, Oregon
Fifteen 'Dollars oA
Can you save $15.00 a month T
The average man between 20
and 30 years of age ought to be
. able to do as well as that.
Of course there may be good
reasons in your case why you
cannot save that much, but be
sure they are good reasons be
fore you are satisfied witli less
Saving $15.00 a montli
Means $2,212.26 in 10 years
when you include the more than
$400.00 interest whicli your
savings will earn in the First
National Bank at 4 per cent
Fir National Bank