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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER. OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1924.
FDR FEBRUARY TERM
f"uit ir,f iti rirul'.T -..jon or.
Hdi 1a,- tKe h diiy ol" Kfhrvaiy,
lCVs, l!h ail officers prnt; a l en
were hsd the fcHtwir.g proceedings:
Cuurl miie an ordiT authorising
the ue f"f I'.rl oik of all the unex-pl,d-d
leinre that was appropriated
In r'tr TifTlum with the State Lite
Mo J-hnitiiry Foard. :
Court apprvd. rejted or cotitin.
uid ihf various bili presented
afrain.t Morrow Cpur-ty at per nota
tmim on the face of each claim.
The foi!owir;g bills were paid:
D. ven Vn, rit. U $ 2.
Ker! B.rh. HUB 17079
Put Acci Com.. rod MM
Shermsn Shaw. HUB J.SS
C. E. Miller. HHP 51.8
Arlington Bunk. ,pl. 1 S24
S. Shw. HHB MO
R. t. Bftfpe. iren. red 25.00
W. B. Howard. Spl. 1 60.7
M. F. Wad.worth, Spl. 1 S.72
Turn A Lum Co.. Spl. 1 40.40
J. W. Kirw-Wr, roads . 95.00
L. B. Pyle, HHB 72.50
Ralph Moore. HHB 7.00
W. O. Baylesa. HHB 11.45
T. i Humphreys, pen. road ... 11.46
Bushong A Co., (Ten. road 6.56
1 W. Bribes, (ren. road 7.50
W. L. McCaleb. pen. road .S
C. V. Hopper, pen. road 31.50
Watt Powder Co., HHB 365.85
Ed Clarke. HHB S.60
Ed Bres.ir.. HHB 5 00
E. R. Lundell, HHB S.00
Standard Oil Co., HHB 408.36
Howard Cooper Co.. HHB 607.56
W. H. Padberg. No. 15 26.50
G. Fmkbeiner. No. 12 14.91
Gilliam Bls.be. HHB S2.S5
Turn A Lum Co.. No. 12 25.80
Bank of lone, roads
Farmers Bank, roada.
1st National Bank, roads 568.65
L. B. Pyle, market road 40.00
B. P. Stone. Dos - 25.25
State of Oregon. Rodent.. 750.00
W. H. Cleveland. Dor 200.00
Geo. MoDuffee, Prohi 20.S5
Gajette-Times. Dog. 29.50
R. W. Morse, Rodent 184.60
J. F. Furlong. Ct. House 7.60
C. B. Orai. Sealer 8.77
Sadie Morey, Wid. Pen. 17.50
Amy McFerrin, Wid. Pen. 17.50
Lydia Ritchie, Wid. Pen 17.50
Rebecca Knipht. Wid. Pen. .. 32.50
May Robinett, Wid. Ten 10.00
Haiel Logan, Wid. Pen. 10.00
F. J. Gordon, Poor 25.00
Ida Fletcher. Poor 15.00
Jen Kirk. Poor 30.00
Andy Cook, Poor 30.00
County Apent, Co. AgU 175.00
W. T. Campbell. Co. Ct 35.00
L. P. Davidson, Co. Ct 132.65
R. L. Benjre. Co. Ct.. S1.62
Pac. Tel. Co.. Cur. Ex... 31.58
lone Independent, Cur. Ex.... 11.65
Irwin Hodson, Sheriff 1.55
1. F. Gorham. Sheriff 15.00
Geo. McDuffee. Sheriff. 32.J4
Heppner Herald. Office 11.70
Gnm-Times, Office 333.25
Glass Prudhomme. Office.... 63.98
Dalton Adding Men, Treas. .. 1.25
Swender Blueprint Co, Cur.
Kilham Sty. Co, Clerk 9.91
L. S. Short. Sopt 71.80
Mae McPherrin, Assessor 62.50
Sara Hughes Co, Ct Hse. ... 7.05
Heppner L. W. Co, Ct. Hse. 53.40
T. J. Humpheys, Ct. Hse 6.14
Gilliam Bisbee. Ct Hse 8.70
West Disinfecting Co., Ct
W. P. Prophet, Ct Hse. 2.50
Meier & Frank, Ct Hse. 233.85
A. L. Cornett. Jus. Ct 9.00
S. E. Notson, Dist. Any 27.56
O. P. Hoff, Fire Patrol 45.13
L. Van Marter. Tax Com.. 126.00
C. C. Chick, Health 6.00
C. R, Walker. Health 1.00
M. L. Case. Coroner 5.00
A. D. McMurdo, Coroner 5.00
W. W. Smead, Assessor 10.99
Turn A Lum C6, Poor... ... 15.50
federal moneys. Pennsylvania having
j beea added to this year's list follow
, log the estabUihKent of the Alle
gheny National Forest in that etat.
This particular fund is expended only
ender cooperative agreements with
state and local authorities and should
not be confused with other road-build
ing funds expended upon roads and
trails within the National Forests. It
entirely separate from the 2a'V
fund which is turned directly over to
the states to expend.
Oregon Will Receive
Federal Road Money
Oregon gets $136,66.00 and Wash
ington $85,741.00 for cooperative road
and trail projects this year, according
to word from District Forsster Geo.
H. Cecil. Twenty-eight states in
which National Forests are located
wholly or in part, will share in the
distribution during the current fis
cal year of the $1,000,000 fund ap
propriated by Congress. This is an
annua) appropriation for the construc
tion of roads and trails within the
National Forests in cooperation with
local authorities, according' to advice
recently received of the approval by
the Chief of the Forest Sercive and
the Secretary of Agriculture. Alaska
and Porto Rico will also share in the
diitibution of this fund commonly
known as the Section 8 fund.
Last year 27 states shared in the
Clean Eggs, Good Stock
Produce Healthy Chicks
New Eitonsira Circular Give Otker
Pot n I a ea Right Ways of Get
ting Vigorous Hen.
Dark, clean nests in the breeding
house will reduce the number of
cracked and dirty tftg for hatching,
reports H. E. Cosby, poultry extension
specialist in a new extension service
bulletin on hatching and feeding
"Strong, fertile eggs are necessary
in hatching strong, rigorous chicks,
he says. "It should not be expected
that strong, healthy chicks will be
hatched from breeding stock which
is underfed, overfat, of low vitality,
or unhealthy, any more than it should
be expected to hatch vigorous chicks
from breeding stock that has been
forced for high egg production."
Free range is an important factor in
producing hatching eppi, but if thru
necessity the breeders are confined
to a small area, it is imperative that
they be given a variety of feeds and
be compelled to exercise.
It is desirable to gather the eggs
for hatching purposes two or three
times daily to prevent chilling. Eggs
for hatching should be kept in a tem
perature between 50 and 60 degrees.
Though stale eggs frequently will
hatch, it is not advisable to use for
hatching eggs that are older than 10
The breeding pen should be mated
about three weeks before eggs are to
be incubated. During the first three
or four days it is not necessary to
turn eggs intended for hatching, but
after that time they should be turned
daily. Hatching eggs should be placed
in a regular market egg-case and the
case turned on a different side daily
after the first week. Eggs that are
purchased for hatching should rest
24 hours before being incubated.
Oregon Representative Says McNary-
Haugen Bill of Great Benefit
to Pacific Northwest.
From Washington, D. C, comes the
report that Representative Sinnott of
Oregon, member of the republican
steering committee of the bouse, told
the committee that the Mc.Vary-Hau-gen
export corporation bill was the
only hope of the wheat fanners of the
He said that the $50,000,000 live
stock loan bill, which has the en
dorsement of the president, is prac
tically of no value in Oregon. Wash
ington and Idaho because diversifica
tion is out of the question in those
artas of low rain fall.
Diversification, he said, was sound
doctrine only in such wheat states as
Minnesota and the Dakota, where
the rainfall is normal.
By REV. St. A. MATTHEWS,
D. D- U L. D.
A REVIVAL IS COMING.
MEN' must turn from the material
madnets of thi hour.
There is no salvation in the things
of the world.
The kingdoms of this world have
utterly failed to feed the aoul, com
fort the heart, bind the bruised spirit,
soothe the aching head, and give man
kind an outlook of hope and salvation.
Men must come back to God.
They must appeal to Christ.
They must listen to the Holy Spirit
Yea, they must be born again.
Serious men are thinking these
things. Son sec rated Christians are
preparing for the coming revival.
There is no repentance after death.
There will be no preaching in hell.
No one will have a chance to be
saved after he has closed his eyes in
Men are staying away from the
church because they are afraid to lis
ten to the gospel. That is a sign of
a coming revival.
Men are dodging ministers. That
is a sign of the movement of the con
science. Evil men are hating and persecut
ing Christian ministers who believe
in the blood of Christ. That is a sign
of the approaching day of repentance.
The rustle of the wings of the spir
it of eternal hope and salvation can
Ministers and churches should wake
and begin to pray.
The revival is coming.
Continued from rage One.)
suring ita passage. He urged every
farmer and business man present to
write letters to our president and con
gressmen at Washington, claiming
their support for the measure. He
felt that there was much opposition
to the bill in the east and that there
would be strong lobbying against it.
hence the extreme need of prompt and
effective action from all the wheat
states west of the Mississippi river.
Wheat raising itself has not been
paying proposition in the last twenty
years, according to Mr. Harrah; hai
not paid 2 per cent on the investment
if farmers have made anything it has
been through the advance in price of
wheat lands, and the end of this has
been reached. Relief must come thru
the enactment of some such measure
as that now before congress.
W. P. Mahoney of this city gave I
short talk, presenting some well de-
htied Ideas as to why the measure
should be supported, and promising
all assistance in his power in putting
over the local league and in support
of any measure looking to getting ac
tion of the right sort in congress. The
bill was also supported in a brief ad
dress by S. E. Notson of this city,
and othes present announced their
support of the bill.
A suggestion of Mr. Harrah was
that the local papers publish the
names of our delegation in congress
so that all would know whom to ad
dress. These are President Calvin
Coolidge, executive mansion, Wash
ington, D. C; Senator Robert N. Stan
field, and Representative N, J. Sin
nott, Washington, D. C.
The meeting closed with some re
ports from committees of the Farm
Bureau, and these will appear in this
President of Export Com
mission League Goes East
According to Monday's East Ore
gon. an. iam K. Thompson, president
of the Oregon Export Commission
league, left on Sunday night for
Washington. D. C where he expeeta
to retrain for an indefinite time in
the interest of the McN'ary llaugen
bill that is now before congress. He
will join several other men who are
in Washington for the same purpose.
If you ever eat chicken you do,
don't you? then don't miss the din
ner at Bethel Chapel luesuay, six
o'clock, and orly 60 cents.
Netted Gem potatoes for sale. See
J a s. M. Kyle at Hotel Heppner, Friday
The Dalles & Pendleton
IN INTERNAL MEDICINE FOR THE
PAST TWELVE YEARS
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
THE DALLES ON MONDAY, MARCH
S AT THE DALLES HOTEL
PENDLETON ON TUESDAY, MARCH
4 AT THE DORION HOTEL
Olflce Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Arlington Bulletin Has
Change in Ownership
The Arlington Bulletin has again
changed hands, H. J. Simmons of Fos
sil, having disposed of the paper and
plant to George Huntington Curry,
erstwhile newspaper man of La
Grande, and owner at various and
sundry times of other publications in
this state, one at Forest Grove, one
at Vale, and the Herald, a daily at
Baker. Mr. Curry is well experienced
in the newspaper game, and no doubt
under his management, which he has
now assumed, the Bulletin will con
tinue to be one of the best weeklies
that comes to our desk.
Mr. Simmons, publisher of the Fos
sil Journal, purchased the Arlington
paper early last fall from its former
owner, Mr. Lang, and placed J. M.
Cummins, experienced newspaper man
and printer of St Helens, Ore., in
charge. Mr. Cummins has made an
excellent local paper of the Bulletin.
He will continue in the newspaper
field in Eastern Oregon, having pur
chased the Elgin Recorder, which pa
per he will take charge of immediately.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
It is the Church that keeps alive
the sense of the greatness of God and
the obligation of humanity; without
these we would be stranded. Our
church is helping in this. We have
the Communion service at 11 o'clock,
preceded by the Bible School at 9:45,
and followed by the preaching service
at 11. The theme of the morning ser
mon will be "The Dead Burying Their
Dead." All of these services will
help you. The Christian Endeavorers
will hold their meeting at 6:30, and
the evening preaching service will
be at 7:30. The evening preaching
theme is "Who, or What, is Really
Abiding?" Why not worship with us
on next Lord's Day? You are invited.
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appendi
citis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
neys, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Oregon:
Cornel Johnson, Weston, Ore., ap
Aug. Enckson, Lakeside, Ore., kid
Mrs. Lena Lincoln, Canyon City,
Ore., heart complaint.
J. A. Smith, Ontario, Ore., ulcers
of the stomach.
Leona Ford, Washougal, Ore., ade
W. H. Eellendock, Estacada, Ore.,
high blood pressure.
Mrs. Ed. Eberhardt, Scio, Ore gall
E. C, Nichols, Lebanon, Ore., appen
Remember above dates, that con
sultation on this trip will be free and
that his treament is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Wanted Man and wife to work on
ranch; or woman for housework.
Would not object to one child. F. E.
MASON. Lexington. Oregon. 3t.
Don't Neglect Your Eyes
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke-Stram Op
tical Co. is again resuming his reg
f ular trips to this city and
ffi-i r9lfe oe at tne Heppner
WHotel all day and eve
ning of Thursday, February 21st.
All of those having eye troubles
should see Dr. Clarke on his stay
Dr. Clarke is widely known through
out the country both for his exper
ience in testing the eyes and from
the service he gives on the road and
in his office in Portland.
Oscar Nfm Sari
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II w,iiTC ue Trt rA.LL INVITED BETWEEN! THAT ORGAN BEOTAL V
V AT TWO O'COCM. MEAL?. BUT 1 1 ABOUT HB9. S V
VlELL WW ARE VOMI JlXiT LIVE , ANt7 THEN I fljTlLE
YOU MM. WINKLE Jf MT OWN LI'E AH SUPPOSE OTHERS I
ThK;6 PINS J WHEN I'H SrVP AR& SM TASKV
. PAT 4 I y I WITH) YOU sf7 ? )" 5 A
' The most modern and scien
tific instruments used in the
diagnosis of eye trouble.
Office Phone Main 1164
Residence East 8206
Evenings and Sunday by
Dr. Arthur J. King
327 Morgan Bldg. (I) roadway
Gilliam & Bisbee s
j& Column j&
A car of Poultry Sup
plies just arrived. Any
thing and everything for
Lots of mill feed and
Dr. Hess' stock tonic for
your live stock.
Sheep dip and lice exter
minator and other reme
dies for livestock and poul
Our spring stock of sin
gle trees, lead bars, wag
on tongues, plain beams,
handles, clevises, etc., ju.st
Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will net it or
it is nut made.
That Senate Committee on Teapot Dome
Above it pictured the Senatorial Investigation Committee which
has been, and atill is, forciiitf exposures in the Naval Oil land scandai.
In the front row are Senators Smoot, o( Utah; Lenroot, ot Wisconsin,
and Walsh, of Montana.
Let me do your Spring sewing.
Hand work and embroidery a specialty.
IS. L 1. DI
We are announcing
the following prices
for DODGE cars
others in proportion
For installing new piston rings, pins, taking up
connecting rods and main bearings, grind
ing valves and adjusting starter chain.
S. G. LININGER, IONE, ORE.
Cash & Carry Store
Free! Sk Free!
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Syrup Pitcher given FREE to each customer
purchasing a 1 -gallon can of
WEDDING BREAKFAST SYRUP
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
The quesiton in the Graham home was whether
it was to be TH-rift or D-rift. The vote was for
TH-rift after Mrs. G. presented it thusly:
"Are we content to drift along with no prepara
tion for the future?
"Or, are we thriftly going to save money for the
"A bank account will help us meet possible mis
fortune without a qualm.
"And when opportunity knocks it will make it
possible for us to take full advantage.
"Now-what do you say, shall it be thrift or
This bank helps people save by paying 4 percent
interest on saving accounts. Start yours today.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Batik Oron
We Need A Representative
IN THIS TERRITOY
Big returns to the right man. Small investment
and a lot of energy only requirements. Write
today about this proposition. Mr. II. W. LYON.
COOK & GILL CO.
9th at Burnside Portland, Ore.
Heppner High School
A Modem Comedy in Four Acts
By Booth Tarkington
Wednesday, Feb. 20
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
Mrs. Martyn (Secretary) ....Bernice Woodson
Mr. Wheeler (Modern Business Man)
Mrs. Wheeler (His 2nd Wife) Bernice Sigsbee
Bobby Wheeler (His Son) ....Bruce Spaulding
Cora Wheeler (His Daughter)
Violet Pinney (Her Governess)
Clarence (Ex-Soldier) Elmer Bucknum
Delia (Maid) Kathleen Mahoney
Dinwiddie (Man-Servant) Leonard Schwarz
Mr. Hubert Stem (Widower) Guy Hall
The Big Play of the Year
Matinee for Children at 2:30, Admission 25c
Evening, Curtain at 8:00, Adm. 30c & 60c
"Clarence is a Scream ! Don't Miss It !
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEB. 14-13
Edith Roberts and Buddy Messenger in
"A FRONT PAGE STORY"
A good comedy with a good twist and a good cast, dealing
with the political life In a small city, the differences and quar.
rels between the mayor of the city and the newspaper man and
how things were patched up by a bright young reporter.
Take our word for it, it's a dandy.
"HER DANGEROUS PATH"
Wherein the sanda tell us what will happen to Corrinne Cr'ant
if ahe marries a Society youth. Also
PATIIE NEWS WEEKLY
So new that many of ub have not yet read about in the
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16
Marguerite De L aMotte, Marjorie Daw and
Noah Berry in
Comedy-drama dealing with the gayetles and sorrows
of tha present day flapper.
"TAKING A CHANCE"
One of drantland Rice's Sportlight series, showing some
of the risks and dangers encountered by athletes and sports
men in their striving for supremacy in their various fields.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEB. 17 & 18
WILL ROGERS in
"FRUITS OF FAITH"
Irene Rich and Little Jimmy Rogers
Will Rogers at his best, as a tramp. Ho says he plays the
tramp best because he never has to change his clothes. Will
- also says that one of the saddest things in the world is a man
who works for his board and loses his appetite. Then imagine
Will Rogers finding a baby and trying to bo a mother to it.
There are more laughs in this comparatively short comedy
than you ever saw in one of any length.
"THE PRICE OF PROGRESS"
Showing the production of lumber In Oregon and made
here, through which runs a short story.
And last, bu tnot least, THE DIPI'Y DOO DADS in
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19
Burr Mcintosh and Elinor Fair in
From the atory "Flower of the Flock" by Jay Gelzvr.
You will find here the romantic, heait touching atory of a
boy and a girl and a woman. They are real people, living
In a real world, back of the Green mountains In Kentucky.
You will see them work out a curious destiny In this drama,
and you will enjoy one of the (Incut motion pictures ever made.'
Also Comedy "SING SING"
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20
High School Play, "CLARENCE"
Four Cracker-Jack Programs. You Should
See Them All.