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(lAZr.TTK TIMl'.S, HI-TPNTR, OREGON. THPRsinv XoV. v?2.
Don't Sea Your Libert v Bonds.
. ' M it,- i . pp.
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at pa 10-
-u thing soze she
on sum suhiccks.
av she cuJ fmit
wood he to suv up later at nite.
u;:t: uere te:::: ;
and foil!- cars' a
Victory honjs cre a cvj .is fil,:j .
and perhaps better -thev believed
h they wrote. Thev ha J seen icr
knew of i the action of our civil uar
rwiCs which, after the war. went to
high premium on only three to four
per cent, and they were convinced as
men can he convinced of anvthm
j oticc of Scliool IIcctin !iimii,i""""""ii!iiiiiiiiiii imiiimiHiiinmiiiHinimiiiiMiiiiiiiMiii
Homey Philosophy for 1921.
The cynic has said that "All men
ae cowards." As we hear men lie.
""" c,nTx orrmu paper ari- uarch "e;r "nduct to others, 'cent wo..l.i N c,
r - ""-"-;:':-- ; anJ lhtin t0 their barrn e.vplana- It is true they didn't suspect that
L2? Avf.sv. As phfss a77 I Kr commission or unseem-
-- ' acts- ' fee! that the cynic is cor
rect to a I. But just then we hcoin
I'.iYKN to tie lft.il v.
:tte ot i ,i;o!i. th.it a Sv-H
I l luml!. llr:.t.r.rr . i..
fie- ,. . r I! V u'''rK'l'n ' 'r 'h l'"U
l-.al di, r.,t lH'";"' ' v
"Tlu?el7tU .tnot dun,,,
or the district: ' --m.i uuirm ia. aim
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ii tne Mh day ,.f ..
se .f il.s, usi:.K the
t on the rop..iti.n
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KSTIM ATKt KXfKNDlTt KKS
the bonds would take the tumble thev
JiJ right on top of victory.
nut now thev are coining nut nf.
uuit.itu on nine Counts. to remember what men will .i.vn I their doom. I ih?m- h,m,(c o i
Non-Partisan Lea me orcan iz- ' sra,ics,of men .a.nJ of ,u nationalities ! in5 steaJilv upward. AND THEY
a:i tonduions wnen we seej " 1LL ttr jUi:u l P! A $100
. np Mr. h..m .... j ur t. i j .l . . .. ...
. 1 , li.v'Hi.mr
1 j U'O UO
5 4.H50 00
I 1 1.150 00
1 1.40V 00
3 a.6"0 oo
i :oo to
2. 4 SO 00
A. M. EDWARDS
I Box U 1
5 Uses up-to-date traction drilling outfit, equipped for i
all sizes of hole and depths.
WRITE FOR CONTRACT AND TERMS
are trying to revive their is
tunes in western stares in
aw av w ith the most sublime herofsm
'Taxes have been triple in v.-. ihv- e forget the cynics blurb. The
, i.... i truth is. wondrous couraee and base
Lowarjice are strangely mixed into
every man s maKe-up.
Dakota bv lea cue law s
"Market ccnditions. which were to
be improved, are worse than thev
"The Bank of North Dakota is in
solvent. "The program of state marketing
ras heen scrapped in favor of a co
operative marketing plan.
"The state hmehuilders' depart
ment has quit functioning.
. "The state homehuilders depart
is more than a year behind in its pay
ments of losses, and some of the
13:0 claims will not be raid for two
. Virtually every enterprise spon
sored by the inner circle of the so
cialist leaders is bankrupt, the Con
sumers' Lnited Stores company alone
costing the farmers more than l -000.000.
"State money was deposited n,
league banks' and re-loaned bv thm
to the political gangsters for their
private schemes. These schemes are
now bankrupt, the league banks are
bankrupt, and the Bank of North Da
kota is whistling for its monev.
"The state flour mil! lost more in
the first year of operation than it cost!
V on; ine property-. Manufacturer
Disarm the Kick
The Oregon Humane Society' be
lieves it would be a good plan to dis
arm the children by extending hu-
r . ..
crv montn we read of some
child being responsible for shooting
Hamare or neing killed or injured
How often we see children playing
with toy guns and pointing them at
other children, saying, 'Til shoot
you. ' in play.
What else can be expected than
accidents if we give children tov guns
and pistols, or swords to plav with
as Mun as tney can walk?
Are not parents who do this care
lessly guilty of an offense against
their own child and making it a men
ace to others?
Persons of either sex can leam to
use a gun when they arrive at an age
at which they will use mature judg
ment with it.
They can then be taught to use a
gun in its rrorer rlacp arH ;n h.
place only, and we should stop the
manufacture of toy weapons.
For this holiday pnsnn !n v.
Christian spirit that is demanding
"iiu uisani.ament, let us begin to
disarm our children.
The destruction of birH Hf tc an
ing on fast enou?h without tearhinn
little ones to pull a trigger with our
We Sure Are Pretty Easy
We Americans are a clever lot-
sometimes. We can out-finance, out-
invent, out-fight and out-brag any
thing on two legs, or four legs or
six legs tor mat matter. But once
in awhile we are aw fully easv.
Take potash, one of the three ah-
soiuteiv necessary elements m mis.
ing food. Before the war we homrht
our surrlv from the rotash mist in
I Germany. During the war we delved
a lot and found that in one district in
California there were deposits that
would last this country 200 vpam
Certain rock in Wyoming will supply
an our needs for 800 years fircen
sands on the New Jersey seashore
contain enough potash for all the
eastern country indefinitely. Rut PY.
perience showed that all were more
expensive to mine that are the Ger
But we went at it.
After the war treat talk rimp fmm
Germany of selling potash to Ameri
ca for $40 a ton. We bit. As the
best price the American potashers
could offer was ton re
fused to buv until the German rotash
them face dearh for a hnlu nno bond that von .-nnl.t on eo
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v i n i .iu.it. ana u uw iiipir itv-pc i vui a cai as'ii nnw nnnoc ariMm.-i
ietorv oonds are a most at
Don't sell your Libertv bonds.
Presently there will be going about
certain smooth gents with fat rolls
offering you a dollar or two above
market price tor vour bonds What
are they going to do with them? Keep
inern, or course, oecause they know
it will be onlv a very few years until
Uncle Sam's gilt-edged bonds, pav
ing higher than savings bank interest
will every one of them sell in th?
market at well above $100 apiece.
uon t torget that prediction, folks!
AND M PI-LIES.
1 Kuiniture tdesks. .loves, etc )
: MiM.hfs (chalk, erasers, etc.).
3. Lilrary books ' " '
.V I'la ground enuipment
6. Janitor's supplies . "
7. Kutt I
s. LiKht and water 1. '.".'.'.'
v. l:.tage and stationery ..."r..!"r.".lJ!!Z
t ONSTHH TIONi
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS, ,
Teaching Children to Save.
What better incentive can he oivpn
a child to learn the advantages of i
winu man ior tne tatner or mother
to start an account for the voungster
in the Postal Savings? When the
deposits to the child's credit have
reached the sum of $20, the money
can be made to earn more interest
by investing this amount, with a few
extra nickels added, in one of the
new $25 Treasury Savings Certifi-
cates bearing the portrait of Theo
dore Roosevelt, which will be issued
by the Treasury Department toward
the end of the year.
America will no lon?er be eonsii
ered a Nation of spendthrifts if par
ents of today use the necessary pre.
' r- -
caution to see mat their children
the citizens of tomorrow are not
-U J . .
u ""in me uerman porasn anuweu to grow wasteful and extrav
The American plants had'agant. Teach them the many advan-
' Alli";!fhVin1dr.b,K.Jn.8, and merest thereon es
.. All other indebtedness and interest thereon IZZLZjiXS'oS
Total ; I- I
MISt EI.I.ANEOl Si
t 350 00
The Byers Chop Mill
(Fermrrlr SCHEMPP'I 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
TVh-eafnl.t!.1...-:rn0-n, f nUmey ,or a" during
Estimate ot probable uneio,, h' 1 iL 'houl
vear nm ui current
Total estimated receipts, not including proposed tax
Total estimated expenses for ther1-
Total estimated receipts not inuluding proposed "tax.
Balance, amount to be raised by district tax..
I'uied this loth day ut November, lsJl.
VAWTER CRAWFORD, District Clerk.
W. G. McCAHT V,
t.halrman Hoard o( Directors.
earand' tXV:."??? ? 'f thre. t
vear;) rix mc.h. ot the current year" n fcS
for six months of
iat school year
Expenditures for the three
tisca years next prei'eding
the last school year
ORIGINAL ESTIMATE AND ACXOIXTIXO SHEET
School District Xo. One.
to shut down. Then, when the shipsltages of thrift in their young and ten- hooi uw"5m" eV,TJhow. "apariIlel0cfu1mn,eth,6lt..h,rt'?', 2,3,;A t,f the
came in frnm fisv -..i'H, .... n -.'n u. . rvice. materUl and rapDlie for th. thr.. MVJ.t.u?'Lc' "'." .wveral
."I: ; r.-'.. ra'r ""' &'"w ,u uc "'Cjrent year, thedetail expenditures for tie la. 7 ,1.?''"?.
KnocKea stin to nnd mat tne price of Best habit thev have when f e' r. ar " budget allowances and R n,.. l?,r"n n-'ai
the German potash was $150 a ton, ; sponsibilities come.
That's flll Rnt the r.arm4n nnAc-U' T1,'P n..'1l ,U .U .1. - -P
.wiinaii oiasn i in u i in icani ijiciu me value or
trust paid a dividend of 20 per cent, even- penny; the wonderful growing
this vear. and told its stockholders rower of monev It will tearh vmir
that while it had sold notash helnw'rhiH coif
cost to German farmers, hi? profit.-; 'snect. IF
-w. jl.x. iwuiwiiiiug vjj ica-iuii ui ; auum iuuay ur inveM in a zzo or
the high prices charged American 100 Treasury Savings Certificate,
Consumers. which vield intprp;r at X nr rent
MeanU'hilp Olir OWn Pintflch rlpnAc. nnarforlw .? UaA ..M .'4-..
, r" n-" j-j wui (.! i , 11 utiu until niaiuiiiv, yuu
its remain untouched, the American; will teach the child to assume his re-
comranies' wnrkmpn arp iHU nn-Cmmtik;!;,,, r -;,:,.,i.:. t l.,i.:.
r - -- - hmu ; sj.wiijiuilll ll . 1 11C1I?II ip UJ HCllIlg
..lout, umi tuuiu uc spenr m tnis to nnance nis (Jovernmenf. ivr.uaal g,,, -
country and added to the national ! That small start may be the first isuperintendVnt
wealth is sent tn enme fnict okmo .u. i.jj i . j Principal
, - , ' , " in. muati ui jiivvi,M in youi leacners, 3
mi a jaw-oreamng name. bov s business life. It will bring your
Potash is as dear as ever in Am- daughter an understanding of money
erica. And hard rn oat at that ho. ..:n i. i :
m-. . u.- iuiucs uiai in wane ncr an econom-
cause as little as possible is sent over ical hmispwifp some Hav a hiPtsinir
here in order to keep the price up. 'and help to her husband and family. ! Janitors
I Clerk ....
t 2.800.00 t 1.250.00't 1,250.00 t 2 100 00
it ' nsonXf ??.! !" li 16:
it 1.450.001 i'
t 6.450 on
IJ 2,490.00lt 2,025.00 t 2,t25.00 t 2 700 00
....... t .00.00, 645.00 t 645.00 $ TjnZ
i i.sm.oo j z.490.00,
, , ... . 1 3,600.00it 3.6OO.O0I
,! ??;?, 64S.46;t 5S5.00 J 1.052.10
TeWk- : ''! lO.O0 t lOO.OU t 200.011
' ,. "- """" 3 r'"" 2.S5
There are. only three tilings 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
2 Hterial a ml Supplirati
Klimitliru J r4 A a L- .. . .
Kn.t,3,).,m i txui n.LM.viHi ii7trTTliTXiTOT
By ROSS FARQUHAR
Friday They is kwite a good eal
of tawk about a co. of drs. bilding a
insane asilum here in
hl9 town, ca sed thpv was
a Suuu opening tor a in-
sniusnun ot mat Kind
i befora the last leckshun
' was had.
H -a . .
3 Saturday tonite we
" --Jiwent down to mr. and
u g Mrs Hogans to sit a
I," while & Mrs Hogan got
t out a bunch of fotografs
V she had had tuk las sum-
st mer when she was at the -
: 1 A summer kolonv. she had
Tv'a boPnt a 100 witch was
-w'' tuk in ripr Kathalr,. c..:
then she had a fue tuk without her
batheing suit on. she had on a or
gandy dress or a krape machine or
sum thing, ma sed it made her tired.
" uiu me to. only pa sed he had a
very plesant evening.
Sunday when ma was makeing
the coffy this morning she swang a
round & spilt it on pa's silk sox & he
let out a yell like as tho they was the
only ones he had. he got to stay
home from chirch. Saw Jane in
chirch & when she looked at me her
teeth twinkled & I wanted to smile
but diddent because I had for got to
wash my teath this morning.
Monday-Pa fell off of a shed
witch he was painting & when we re
ceaved him at home he was all cov-1
ered with mud. he was all so cov- j
ered with insurants, a cuorle more
falls and we will be able to by a new
Tuesdayl saw a old gentleman
trying to cross the street & he sed I
wonder where all the traffick cops go
to. 1 sed I diddent no but if they
had went where pa told them to go
to they wood not be back in time to
give him enny help.
Wednesday Mr. White jus past
the house & his arm was rapped up
in a sling & his eye was swelt shut &
of coursp f
Furniture (desks. etc.):l
! Supplies, (chalk
: Library Books t
' Hags 1
! Playground equipm'nt.t
Janitor's sutiulien is
' Kuel 1 'tun i,A
I.iKht and Water "."".".'.it '375 00, t
1 LIigHiL'LjjL Stationery t 100.00,$
Total lnt. anil Sup
lolal. l oaiilrucUoQ .... 9
'Intnl. Sllnl.... a i
1 1, ,1.. K .
Bonded, and interest
Ail other Indebted
ness and interest
is 1 11 nn
13S.s5 t 50.00 f
644.42 $ 450.00 $
42.96 $ 50.00 t
3.7(15.(10$ l,4M.H9t I.1MMmT MWrttTt- ,17,-(.
.... soimw ; ; ' ""
I'lotal, Malotrsanrr I i i
- i 3.VI.00 1 800.00 l1QB.aH SOfl.Ifl'i 20O.OO I
... t 2,680.00jt 1,340.00:$ 1,340.00 t 2.6S0.00 I
..410.000.00 t 5.021. 4J1 .1 .750 nrj 1 1 si 1 o.
i'lotal. Indebtedness 3,8X0.00 6JI.4S .I.OHO.IIO Ullk lOLtR tluMiyj HHCm I
lyur... T.t j if.fM: TWrittjio
Jl-eell.ne.,u, l, . i qo.oq VM.34 37M $ I.IN.omi-27I.7B 1.V)0O I
I. HAM) TdTtl.
-3.IW5.(HI IB.745.ai fM.4-.t2JM -'7753l 1 11,775,4.) j
FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER
A few of the many good things you will find in
our stock for the big annual dinner.
CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-;
High Grade Full Assortment.
COFFEE The Best in Town.
FISH Crab, Lobster, Clams, Salmon, Oysters.
MINCE MEAT Heinz or Libbys, can, glass or
OLIVES Queens, Pimento, or liipe.
SALAD DRESSING AND MAYONAISE.
PICKLES-Kipe, Sour and Dill.
JELLY, PRESERVES AND JAMS in glass.
Tru-Blu Fmit Cake, Porter's Fruit Pudding,
Heinz 's Plum and Fig Pudding.
Candy, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Oranges, Grape Fruit,
vi apes a,uu appies. UKANBERRIES, Cel
ery, Lettuce, and in fact everything the mar-
.ei oiiorus m iresn iruits and vegetables for
tnrel' flVylfi:'tV,?J.d-.A0.i'ereby certify that the above estimate of expend!- I
.-Jtr 11. . ' 1.7....... . 1 pmparen oy me and that the exiienililiiri. .il
itherneof.mt,Ue'J 'rm th6 reCO'd" ,n y charKe ttn" "e ami correcrcop".
VAWTER CRAWFORD. District Clerk
j 3ordL 1
1 batteries I
Willard Batteries, of standard
Willard quality, may be had for
your Ford car and at a price
you'd expect to pay for a lot
Battery Electric Service Station
I. R. CLAB0UGH
Phone 83 Heppner, Oregon
Fifteen Dollars qA
Can you save $15.00 a month f
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 with less
Saving $15.00 a month
Means $2,212.26 in 10 years
when you include the more than
$400.00 interest which your
savings will earn in the First
National Bank at 4 per cent
Fir National Bank