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THE GAZF.TTIMIMF.S. IIEITXER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922.
I,rla:l rlol 1hm Way IS.
The Inline' n r, school an.i gra.le
hfNl m ;il r.l.. Vy IS The grades
m ill have an xh:t It of hvxl mork
dona thte yawr. TT.is exhibit will con
sist of specimens of Talmer ppttman
ahlp (before and after) from the 7th
nnd flth grades, mar and picture study,
geography ami ha.ene booklets from
tha Jrd and 4lh grade room, drawings
from the 6th and 6th grade rooms and
and board scenes of different countries
of the. -orld from the primary room.
The eihlblt will be on display from 1
clock to t. All Interested are cor
dially Invited to be present
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Benentt. teachers
at Lexington, and daughter Joyce, ex
pect to hike to Portland next week.
Each will carry a pack and expect to
take at least three weeks for the trip,
torplng- at Hood River and The Dalles
to rest They plan to walk to the home
of Mr. and Mra Louis Balsiger at lone
the first day.
A check for t'.'i and about 700 pounds
of clothing were sent to the Near East
Belief fund, as the result of the din
ner and drive for clothing- May IS at
Lexington. The program and dinner
at the high school were under the man
agement of the high school of Lexing
ton. The two churches, lodge and com
munity helped In every way possible.
Especial credit should be given to Her
man Hill, president of the student body
for his efficient management in putting
the affair through.
Jack Hynd, extensive sheep raiser
of Cecil, has spent several davs in
Heppner this week looking after bus
Mr. Hinkle Makes A
spered and grown staing as 1 on
and in the call to arms for ls"'
the 10th day of May,
the World's q-c.it war the response ,
and rally to the flag of our country )
was equally cneertul ana spontane-
ous hv every American citizen.'
whether Catholic, Protestant, Jew or!
Gentile, and side hy side as man and i
brothers they went "over the top"
and joyed together in the glory of
victory, manv. many thousands , of .
these brave sons remaining to sleep
in foreign lands.
An emergency call now to patriotic
duty, either in peace or war, would
be equally spontaneous and cheerful
and under our splendid system of
public schools and universal facilities
for free and liberal education, in my
opinion, the mask and robe will pass
as it came like a fleeting shadow of
night and the principles of religious
freedom as in the past will continue
to prevail in this country.
J. T. HINKLE.
F. A. McMKXAMIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, j
Residence and postofflce address.
Heppner, Oregon i
Date of first publication May U. 1953 j
Date of last publication June 12. i
GILLIAM & BISBEE'S
j27 COLUMN jsr
XOT1CE TO CREDITORS,
N'otice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Oojrt of Morrow County, Ore-
con, administrator of the estate of
Frances Luper. deceased, and has qual
ified as such. All persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased are
hereby notified and required to present
the same to me duly verified as by law
required at the office of Woodson and
Sweek, mv attorneys, in Heppner, Ore-
eon, within six months from date of
first publication hereof.
Dated and published the first time
this 11th day of May, 192!.
JAMES X. LITER, Administrator
I.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
Terrv Wendt, Plaintiff )
va ) SrMMOXS
Otto W. Wendt. Defendant )
To OTTO W. WEITOT, DEFENDANT.
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: Tou are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit
within six weeks of the date of the
I first publication of this summons; and
if you fail to so appear ana answer ior
Hermiston, Oregon, Mav 8, 1922
To the Editor of Gazette-Times:
I am not affiliated with the K. K.
K. in any manner, directly or indi
rectly, and have so annonuced from
the beginning of my campaign for
the nomination on the republican
ticket for Joint Senator of Umatilla.
Union and Morrow counties. Not be
ing a member of the so-called "In
visible Empire,' I am not in a position ' want thereof, the plaintiff will proceed
to pass judgment upon its inner to ask the Court that the bonds of mat
workings nor upon its ultimate aims rimon- now ist'n btwaen Plai";
. . b. . tiff and defendant be forever dissolved
and objects. Based upon press re- and neM for naught and that plaintiff
ports and SUCh meager knowledge as be granted an absolute divorce from
I possess, I do not approve of the said defendant; and for such other and
mask and robe and knightly con- further reli.ef as t0 the Cou! Z
, . , .. , . . equitable. This summons Is published
claves in secret meeting places which prsuant t0 an 0rder of the Honorable
are suggestive of mob violence and , wm. T. Campbell, Judge of the County
a lack Of respect for and faith in the Court of Morrow County, Oregon, made
established law and order of the 1 -.-
In laying the foundation of this
great republic it was put down as a
fundamental Bill of Rights that the
utmost freedom of religion should
prevail in this country and every man
should have the right to worship God
according to the dictates of his own
conscience. Under this rolicv we
Washing is hard, hot work and
anything that will make this job any
easier is what everybody is looking
for. An electric washer in your
home makes washing easy, and it
saves a lot of time and hard work.
It is well to disc your ground be
fore plowing your summerfallow
we have discs, single or tandem.
Call on us for your sheep marking
ink. Also sheep dip.
The Devil is always to pay but w
would prefer you let him rustle and
pay us first for he will probably get
We do not make the goods we sell
but if they are not made right or pric
ed right, then we make them right.
Legal Guarantee Giveru
ffo need of Knife no pain continue work.
Ask to see Gie-o-ni Pile Treatment.
PATTERSON A SOS
Main Street, -;- Heppner, Oregon
Gilliam & Bisbee
Fithian For National
i - - i
wm S ' k 1 wm
Be r 7 Get
Loyal I - Committee
To i o'V Husuin
The f ff,f ' For
Ticket i c " J Oregon
0. H. FITHIAN
WILLIAMS A JOKE AS VICE-CHAIRMAN
Fithiiin s opponent, Ralph E. Williams, has been sidetracked by the
National Committee to a harmless vice-chairmanship and Is useless to
Oregon Carrying kid gloves In one hand and a cane in the other, his
hands are full and he has not been able to do a single thing for Oregon
during the 14 years he has been on the Committee.
If the hours spent by Williams at Portland's awellest club hail been
devoted to working for Oregon, he might have accomplished something
for our people.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH WILLIAMS?
Williams has no chance of becoming National Chairman and running
the presidential campaign in 1924 or even the Western end of it
The reason is that the National Committee seems extremely unwill
ing to trust Williams with the management of even the Pacific Coast
part of the national campaigns. For instance, in 1918. when a Regional
Director for the Coast was selected, the Committee turned Williams down
in favor of Raymond Benjamin of San Francisco. Then in 1920, when
Harding was running, Williams was again ignored and Elmer E. Dover
of Tacoma was chosen to conduct the campaign on the Coast.
What is wrong with Williams?
IS WILLIAMS LOYAL TO NOMINEES?
All over Oregon Republicans are discussing Williams' connection
with the campaign of certain Republican nominees for United States
senator, and are askig the question, DID W1LMAMS DO HIS FULL
DUTY BY THEM? This question is being asked by friends of the late
Senator Fulton in Astoria. It is being asked In Eugene by friends of
Senator R. A. Booth, in Salem by friends of Senator McNary and in
Portland by friends of Senator Stanfleld.
VOTE FOR FITHIAN
FITHIAN Is a successful business man, a live wire, a lifelong Re
publican who WILL BE LOYAL TO THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEES,
FITHIAN WILL GET THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE AND THE NA
TIONAL GOVERNMENT TO HUSTLE FOR OREGON
By Chas. T. Early, President
Robt. G. McNary, Secretary
(Paid Advertisement) Chas. W. Eberloin. Treasurer.
Harvest With A
The Cheapest, Most Satisfactory Way
Karl L. Beach, Morrow Co. Agt.
Write or call on me at Lexington, or see
JASON BIDDLE, Heppner
I Make Oregon Safe for the Republican Party j
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J y '
RALPH E. I
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REPORT OF CODIT10 OF THE
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
at Heppaer la the Stale ef On-snn at the eloae of bmlaena on May II. 1023.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptan
ces of other banks and fureipn bills of exchange
or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank (ex
cept those shown below) $254,771.36
Total loans '!o4'--, Zn
Overdrafts, unsecured doj.oU
I . S. iioTrrsmrnt neeurltle oward :
All United States Government securities (including
premiums, if any).. - -
Otkrr baada, atneka, aeourltlem etc.! -J
Furniture and fixtures f-5j
Heal estate owned other than banking house ,
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank..- 17.140.&J
Cash in vault and due from national banks JJ.4UJ.41
Amount due from fcHate banks, bankers, and trust
companies in the United States (other than in
cluded In last two items) 1,450.13
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as
reporting bank ... , '
Total of last three Items 24,123.41
Miscellaneous cash items...- - f'o'-Jn-
Other ateta, if any (expense) i,i.u
TOTAL - J336.S02.17
Capital stock pitid in.... - - - 5S'?2a Sn
Surplus fund.... -
Certified checks outstanding - Tci'r?
Cashier's checks outstanding - - ldl.jj
Total of last two items 45a.j9
Demand Drpaalls (Uikrr lhaa bank depo!t aulijrt't
jert to Unserve (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject lo check l.o,i.l8
Certificates of deposit due in le.;s than 3(1 days (other
than for monev borrowed) ya
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Keserve, last two
Items - 165,406.67
Time deposita sulijn't (o Hrarrvr (payable after 30
days, or Kuiiject to 3o duys or more notice, and
postal savings) :
Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor- ,,,,
rowed) - w'r-4.
Other time deposits.... n.oia.ii
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, last
two items - 25,012.79
Bills pavable (including all obligations representing , ..
monev borrowed other than rediscounts) - ju.ouu.uu
NoteB and bills rediscounted. including acceptances
of other banks and foreign bills of exchange or
drafts s.ild with Indorsement of thiB bank . 71.til.iz
STATE OF OREGON", County of Morrow, ss:
I, S W. Spencer, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
S. W. SPE.NCER, Cashier
Subscbibed and sworn to before me ICOIIRECT Attest: ..
this 10th day of May. 1922. I 1 g; FJlEvNuS,
JOS. J. NTH, Notary Public. I J. W. BLYMER,
My commission expires June IS, 1923. j J- G. THOMSON,
(Seal) I Directors.
Here's a tm coaling (hat meets
the problem of ill wall finishing.
Right from the can, itipreadaeaiily
under the brush dries over night
waterproof and washable a band
some satin-like lustre. Not a high
gloss, distracting to the eye, nor a
dull flat tone.
Washable Walls and Woodwork
Washes eaiily with
soap and water.
Eight dainty, deli
cately-toned tints and
Pure White. An
ideal finish for bed
room furniture and
TRY IT AT OUR
FREE CAN COUPON"
Celoid Films will be ftivca FKEE by
the dealer! oamed below if you present
tbit Coi.fKo and 25 cents for s bruah to
PTr.nPT.iriR WAPTiWAPrc r.n
A vote for Charles Hall, of Marshfiold
Coos Bay, Oregon, is a direct vote for
If elected, Charles Hall will put into operation the Illinois
System, namely, 10 commissions to run the State Govern
ment, instead of the 70 commissions now functioning.
He Stands for a
Clean AMERICAN Business Administration.
I Keep The West In Power
The (Inly U rslrrarr Kvcr Kleefed Vlre-I kalrmaa of the Hepubllraa Na-
S The Ittpubllcnn National Committee consists of on member from
each stute in the Union and la the political organisation of the party. S
S In June, 1921, at the Committee's first meeting after the Inauguration E
5 of President Wnrrrn i. Hanllna;, every state cast its vote for Halpa K. E
S William, of Umua for vice-chairman of the Committee, recognising by S
5 their ununimous vote his Illness and ability as a leader to All this re- -j
sponsible position. s;
S A vote for Itulph E. Williams for Ilepubllcan National Committee- 5
. man will conllim the action of the forty-eight states In electing him
S vice-chairman of the ltepubllran National Committee, a position never S
: 5 before held by a Western man. s
!a Italph E. Williams of Oregon, as vice-chairman of the Republican S
5 NatKimil Committee, is diieclly in line to become National Chairman, the
highest poston attninable in the ltepubllcnn organisation.
A National Commltieeman on the National Committee does not make
S or execute the laws, but curries out the policies and platform of the parly
adopted by the delegates at each pievious National Convention.
Mr. Williams la senior member of the National Committee. Penlorlty
In this committee gives one the same power as seniority In the U. S. E
I Vote To Keep Him There )
5 (Tald adv. by Committee of Republicans, C. L. Starr, Sec'y, 617 Board
of Trade Hldg., Portland. Ore.) S
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I AT STAR THEATER
Friday, May 12th
lant Book of "MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLE"
Saturday, May 13th
"THE SILVER CAR," a drame of sizzling speed.
Sunday and Monday, May 14 and 15
"GODLESS MEN," from the story "Black Pawl."
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 16 and 17
"WESERN HEARTS." Fine horses, good riders,
beautiful scenery. Everybody 10c.
Thursday, May 18
"THE SPOILERS," by Rex Beach. The play that
made Alaska famous. Also Harold Lloyd.
, , Friday, May 19 ' '
Louise Glaum in "I AM GUILTY," the love story of
a neglected wife.
Shall Oregon continue to hold the
pre-eminence that is now hers?
Shall she forge ahead as a leader
in the Republican party?
Answer "YES!"-Vote X13 for Ralph E. Williams for
Republican National Committeeman
In the presidential election of
lDKi when there was dissension and
division everywhere, Oregon was
the only state west of the Missouri
river to go Republican. Harmony!
Progressives and Republicans
united in giving credit for this re
markable achievement to Ralph E.
Williams, national committeeman
In recognition of this and other
services Ralph Williams was elect
ed vice-chairman, the second high
est honor within the power of the
Republican National Committee to
bestow. It is a position of influence
to be reached only by years of faith
ful and intelligent service.
Ralph Williams is the first com
mitteeeman representative from any
western state to be elected to the
Ralph Williams is a veteran of
the national organization. He
stands at the head with the loaders.
A new man would, of custom and
necessity, stand at the foot with the
Republican leaders, in Congress
and out, are Ralph Williams'
freinds. This friendship means
much to Oregon and the Northwest.
Without ostentation Raplh Will
iams enlists the aid of these leaders
for the things the Northwest needs
from the national government.
KEEP OREGON TO THE FRONT DON'T LET HER SLUMP
Vote for RALPH E. WILLIAMS for
Republican National Committeeman
KEEP OREGON A LEADER-VOTE X13 FOR RALPH E. WILLIAMS
Prices for Work
on Ford Cars
These prices are the same as charged for Ford work in all
Ford Service Stations
Overhaul motor nnd tntnKmislon $
Overhaul motor only
Overhaul transmission only, or repair or replace magneta
Inutall or rotU one iluton or one connecting rod
Install or rcilit two or more piistona or conenctlng rocl
Tighten ne connecting rod henring.
Tighten two or nioro connecting rod bearings
Replace transmission bands (Kedann anil Coupes with atarter 75c
Keplace transmission cover guaket ...
Orlnd valves nnd clean carbon
Remove carbon only. (Thla operation to be used only when the cus
tomer will not pormlt grinding of valves.)
Clean out oil feed pipe
Replace cylinder head gasket
Replaco radiator or all three hose connections
Replace one hose connection only
Clean crank case or Install gasket under lower cover
Adjust clutch fingers and transmission banda
Adjust transmission banda only. ,
Rear System Division
Overhaul rear axle and rebush sprlnga and perchea when nocea-
n-'y - 7.00
Repair or replace drive shaft tube .. 4.00
Replace rear spring tie bolt, or new leaf Including polishing and
graphlting of leaves and lining up of body . 3, 00
Remove front and renr springs, polish and graphite leaves only .... J.00
Replace spring perchea, one 76c, both 1 25
l'ad rear spring to line up body or replnce rear spring tie bolt only 1.50
Install felt and steel washers, one aide 75c, both sides 1,25
Install brake shoes and equalise emergency brakes, one shoe 75
Install outer roller bearing each 1.25
Replace rear axle ahaft, drive Bhaft pinion, or drive gear (no other
work neceseaary 3 00
Front System Division
Overhaul front axle Including rebushlng of sprlnga and perches
when necessary straightening and lining up ad nadjustlng of
nobuah spindle bod lea and arms each side 1,50
Rebush spindle body each 1,00
Rebush spindle arm each 75
Replace front spring tie bolt or ne leaf, Including polishing and
graphlting of leaves . 2.50
Replace front spring or tie bolt only 1.50
Replace front cross member g no
Replace front cross member (without removing from car)... 8 00
Replace rear croas member ti 7,59
All motor overhalus include recharging of magnets
when necessary, free of charge.
Amber machines to make tests on all electrical light
ing systems. Will locate all shorts and leaks and test the
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Under New Management
Browning & Johns
(PAID ADVKHT1HKMENT BY W. B. AVKB)