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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1924.
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Famous Cartoonist Now
Drawing for This Paper
AND Ht5 BEAR.
Robert "Bcb" Satterfieid, one of America's
greatest cartoonists, is now drawing cartoons
for this newspaper. In all Satterfieid cartoons
is his famous little "Teddy Bear" mascot, which
is known to millions of newspaper readers.
Mr. Satterfieid has just signed a contract with
The Publishers Autocaster Service of New York,
which makes him one of the highest priced car
toonists in the United Slates. This newspaper
has exclusive membership in that service for
Look for Satterfield's cartoons every week
in THE GAZETTE-TIMES.
Soon now he will cover the big party con
ventions and his sketches will be
f LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwari of this
city wish to eipresa to their friends
and neighbors their sincere appre
ciation of the help and assistance
; rendered them during the recent very
severe illness of their little son Billy.
' The lad is now on the road to recov
ery and doing very nicely, though
; it was feared for a time that he
j would not pull through.
Cecil Warner was up from Lexinp
. ton yesterday. He stoles that his
j (train is now heading out. that he is
cutting hay and from present indi
cations his harvest will he an early
one, and a pretty short one, too, if
some rain does not arrive soon.
Ella Sutton and family arrived
from Springfield, Oregon, on Friday,
and Mr. Sutton has been at the bed
side of his mother, Mrs. Francis Gor
don, since. Mrs. Sutton is visiting
at the home of her sister, Mrs. W.
0. Hill in Lexington.
Mrs. E. P. Hoyt and small son, who
visited with relatives here the past
week, returned to their home at Pen
dleton on Tuseday. Mrs. Hoyt came
over with her mother, Mrs. Jack De
Vore, and spent several days in Hepp
ner and vicinity,
Mr. and Mra. H. E. Van Valkenber
and two daughters. Dorothy and
Louise, of Portland, were visiting this
week with their aunt, Mrs. Ellen
Buseick. Mrs. Van Valkenberg is the
daughter of Dan Stalter of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Carter were in
from their home at the edge of the
timber on Wednesday. Mr. Carter
was making final proof on an addi
tional homestead before Clerk An.
Charley Marquart was in town to
day from his farm four miles north
of Lexington. He is preparing to cut
a large acreage of grain this season
and will use a large combine.
Dr. Johnston reports that Mr. and
Mrs. Omar Reitmann of lone are the
proud parents of a 7-lb. son, born to
them on April 15, at the home of Mrs.
G. C. Aiken in this city.
Henry and Victor Peterson, far
mers of Eight Mile, were in the city
a short time on Wednesday, taking
a little rest from their labors.
C. F. Groom, forester of Walla
Walla, was in Heppner for a few
days this week, looking after inter
ests of the Umatilla forest.
C. L. Hetchner, Eddie Chidsey, W.
C. Williams and Oscar Catridge were
Pilot Rock citizens in Heppner on
For Sale Peering 2-man combine,
Port of Portland Reports
Increase In Shipments
Fipures for the first three months
of 1924, as compiled by the Traffic
Department of the Port of Portland,
show yreat increase on cargo partic
ularly to Oriental countries.
Carjo to China showed a partic
ularly larpe pain for this period.
In three months of VJ2t the amount
wag 155.427 tons compared with 41,
075 the first quarter of 1923.
Shipments' of wheat showed the
largest percentage of increase, jump
ing from 2.000 to 40.6y& tons. Lum
ber is another item showing growth
of trade with 16,940 tons last year
and 69.239 tons this year. China
received more lumber from Portland
than any other country during March
of this year. Eleven other miscel
laneous items were shipped making
up the balance of the cargo.
Trade with Japan increased from
82.875 tons to 150.511 tons during
this quarter. The large item of ship
ment to Japan was lumber with 109,
43 tons this year compared with
41,133 tons lat year.
Wheat cargoes increased from 9,
750 tons in 123 to 36.640 tons in
1&24. Flour shipments show 3,ls6
tons thia year and 836 tons last.
There were 200 tons of bran and 53
ton of redi-made houses sent for
ward this year and none last. Hides,
drugs, machinery, paper, autos, sup
plies, canned and miscellaneous car
go, ail show an increase thia year.
France shows increases in both
com ifodi ties purchased in this mar
ketlumber from 13" to 544 tons and
prunes from 16 to 28 tons.
Denmark bought nothing during
the early part of last year and this
year took 26 tons consisting of
prunes, dried apples and flour.
Total exports this quarter year
amount to 42 i. 755 tons, compared
with 167,610 tons for the same period
TO RUN FOR SUPERINTENDENT.
As will ht noted by the announce
ment In this paper, Mrs. Helen M.
Walker, principal of the Hardman
school, is a candidate for the office
of school uperinUr,dent of Morrow
county. Mrs. Walker has been a
successful teacher in the schools of
the county for the past four years
and is understood to be well quali
fied for the position she seeks. She
enters the race late, a it was thought
that Mrs. Lena Snell Shurte, present
incumbent wou;d have her name
placed on the ticket for re-nomination.
Mra. Shurte, for reasons Bhe
feels are good and sound, decided
Hot to do this, and the field was left
open, and friends of Mrs. Walker
have prevailed upon her to allow her
name to be written in on the repub
lican primary ballot for the office,
H might be well to cail attention
to the fact that besides writing in
a name that you wish to nominate on
the ballot, you should make the cross
before it the same as you do before
the names you vote for that are
printed in the regular way. If this
is not done there will be no vote
counted for your candidate.
O. E. 8. MKTAL CI. I B MEETS.
Mra. W. P. Mahomy, Mrs. Ralph
Tnompnon, Mrs. C. L. St-k and
Miki Kath leen M it honey entertained
the social club of the Eastern Star
Saturday afternoon in Masonic hall.
About 40 members were present, and
the afternoon was spent in the play
ing of the games of travel and
bridge. Mrs. Lena Snrll Khurte won
first honors in ttavel and Mrs. Ar
thur Mr Alee won first honors at
bridge. The serving of delicious re
freshments by the hofU-sr was the
climax to a delightful afternoon.
ning. at the invitation of Chairman
C. L. Sweek of the Gift Campaign
for Morrow county. The attendance
was not as large as the chairman
had expected, but the program of the
University was presented by Prof.
Carlton and those in attendance
caught the spirit and will be lined
up to do their full share in putting
over the Morrow county quota in this
To the Democratic Voters of Morrow
Having decided to enter the race
for nomination as Sheriff, I ask that
my name be written in on the Dem
ocratic ballot for this office. Will all
those desiring to place me before the
public for the office of Sheriff of
Morrow county kindly write my name
in on the ballot, placing their cross
before it, and I shall greatly appre
ciate the compliment.
FRANK LIEU ALLEN.
Gilliam & Bisbee's
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with motor. Fair condition. See
Charles Marquart, 4 miles north of
Mr. and Mra. Frank Turner re
turned on Tuesday evening from
Monument where they had been call
by the death of Mrs. Turner's neph
ew, IVwey Swick.
Anton Vay and two daughters of
Pendleton ye re Hepnper visitors on
Monday and registered at Hotel
John French of Gurdane made final
proof on his homestead before Clerk
Anderson at the court house on Wed
nesday. J. M. Morrow, representative of
Pendleton Marble Works, waa looking
up business over this way on Wednesday.
Lexington Pupils to Give
Public Musical Recital
The music pupils of Mrs. Bruce
Brady of Lexington will give a pub
lic recital at McMillan hall in Lex
ington on Thursday evening. May 8,
beginning at 8 o'clock. A general
invitation is extended to the public
to attend, and the following pro
gram will be given:
1. Polka De Concert Bartlett
2. The Dancers Greenwald
3. Dance of the Pansies - Martin
4. Duet, Charge of the Uhlans, Bohm
Marie Allison, Edna McMillan
5. A Melody . Martin
Hare I Broadley
6. Floral Parade Martin
7. Loretta Schottische.
8. Cornet Solo, Stars Brightly
Ed Kellar, Alfred McMillan
9. Sweet Clover. Spaulding
10. Lone Elm Waltz Butler
Mrs. E. Frederickson
11. Valse in E Durand
12. Duet, Intermezzo Franke
Etoyle Pointer, Mrs. Grady
-13. Melody in F, The Palms.
Mrs. Cecil arner
14. A Melody.
15. March of the Sages, Shades of
16. Violin Duet.
Lawrence and Laurel Beach
17. Tarn O'Shanter, The 5th Noc
18. Barbara Greenwald
La Verne White
19. Duet, Waltz de Concert. Mattee
Helen Balsiger. Mrs. Grady
NOTICE TO AUTOISTS.
As the sprinkling season has ar
rived and it is necessary that Main
street be kept clear of cars parked
at the curb, notice is hereby served
upon all autoists that the ordinance
prohibiting the parking of machines
between the hours of 12 o'clock mid-
nieht and 6 o'clnrlr ft m ia nnw Aa.
clared to be in full force and effect,
and will be strictly enforced.
BY order of the Mavor of th C.tv
of Heppner, this 1st day of May,
i'.4. fc. (i. NOBLE, Mayor.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wih to take this means of ex
pressing our heartfelt thanks to our
friends and neighbors for their kind
ness to us during the illness and
death of our son and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Swick,
Win. Howard Swick,
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 fpr livestock and poul
try. Our spring stock of sin
gle trees, lead bars, wag
on tongues, plain beams,
handles, clevises, etc., just
AU MM HOLD DINNER.
Thtra whi k dinner of the ilomnl
of lHiivvrily of Oregon held at
UoUl llppur uu Uit Tuurdy ava-
Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get it or
it is not made.
N. J. SINNOTT
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
RE-ELECTION TO CONGRESS
Voters of the Second Conifreaiilonal District are urged to aend
Vkk Sinnott back to congreaa becauite:
He is a member of the Houne Steering committee.
He is chairman of the Public Lands committee, an import
ant committee to Oregon.
He is a member of the Irrigation committee, also of import
ance to Oregon.
He has done more for Eastern -Oregon than any Congress
man ever sent to Washington from this district. N'umbered
among his accomplishments are: Secured $!00,000 for tne
Baker Irrigation project, secured passage of the Mineral
Leasing act, which enlarged Oregon's reclamation fund; se
cured appropriation for construction of McKay dam, Uma
tilla project; supported legislation for veterans of World
war; secured ,7,500,000 for National Park roads, including
Crater Lake National park; 1100,044 to combat pine tree beetle
in Oregon; through Forest Service is having large body of
timber surveyed in Wasca county, which, when sold, will
bring industries to county.
And many other important matters which
are of benefit to you and his district. Read
your Voter's pamphlet and then form your
opinion of Nick Sinnott.
"Why Change Horses in the Middle of
the Stream." Your Congressman
Needs Your Vote.
Paid advertisement by SINNOTT FOR CONGRESS CLUB,
Ben K. Litftn, secretary, The Dalles, Ore,
20. Farewell to th Robin Blackball
A lie. Palmer
21. Martha de Concert (2 pianos)
Alfred McMillan. Maria Allison
Eula McMillan. Mr.. Grady
(Continue from First Pa)
bingles out of five timet at bat.
Condon takes second place in the
Morrow-Gilliam County league as the
result of Sunday's victory, and Hepp
ner dropa down to third. lone still
tops the league, having a clean list
of wina, while Arlington is keeping
keeping cool in the cellar with a like
record of loaea.
Condon and Heppner will cross
bats on the local diamond next Sun
day. Line-Vp and Summary.
Condon AB R H E
Ortman, 3b 6 8 2 0
R. Fitzmaurice, 2b 6 111
Brown, as 5 8 10
C. Fitzmaurice, c 4 110
Wheir, If 4 2 3 1
Wilkins, lb 4 1 1 1
Clow, p 5 0 2 0
Crawford, cf 4 110
Parish, rf 4 10 1
Clow. Home run. Brown; three base
hits, Aiken. Moore; two base hits
Aiken, McPberrin, Wheir. Stolen
bases, Conley, Roberts. Aiken, Drake,
Score by innings:
Condon S 0 0 0 8 1 1 I
HF.PPNKR BATTING AVERAGES.
AH R H Pet.
Anderson 8 2 4 .500
Drake 4 2 3 .500
Conley 12 1 5 .416
"Spec" Aiken 12 3 4 .8:13
Goodman 8 2 2 .250
McPherrin 8 12 .2M)
P. Aiken 4 1 1 .2n0
King 4 0 1 .250
Van Marter IS 0 8 .281
Moore 12 2 2 .1B
Roberts 18 1 2 .154
Crawford 7 0 1 .143
Parker 4 0 0 .000
Totals 40 13 12 4
Heppner AB R H E
Aiken, lb 6 2 3 1
McPherrin, c 4 12 2
Conley, as 4 0 10
Van Marter, 3b ..6 0 2 1
Goodman, If 5 0 2 3
Parker, cf 4 0 0 3
Moore, 2b 4 ill
Drake, rf 5 2 3 3
Roberts, p 5 0 10
ToUU 43 6 15 14
Struck out by Clow 12, Roberts 10;
base on balls off Roberts 2, Clow 2.
Hit by pitcher, C. Fitzmaurice by
Roberts, Brown by Roberts, Aiken by
To Automobile Owners--
AND AUTOMOTIVE TRADE OF MORROW
COUNTY AND ADJOINING TERRITORY:
I wish to announce the opening of my stock of
motor accessories. As fast as possible stock
will be made' complete. All wants can be sup
plied. Stock to consist of:
PISTON RINGS All Makes of Cars
PISTON PINS. PISTON PIN BUSHINGS.
MOTOR BEARINGS. VALVES.
TIMING GEARS. RING GEARS ANDN
CAR AND TRUCK SPRINGS.
Full Stock Standard Makes Tires and Tire
Accessories. Gas and Oil.
An essential part of the graduation period
is the time honored custom of the Gradua
tion Gift. Appropriate gifts is our aim at
all times and' with this in view our last
shipments have been especially selected
May we help you with suggestions.
Everything in Jewelry
Odd Fellows Building
Printing is the Inseparable
Companion of Achievement j
Are Yon Making
Some people think that because Willard Bat
teries are quality batteries, they must be
expensive. That's wrong! You can buy a
genuine Willard Wood-Insulated Battery
with Willard reliability for $17.55.
This battery is the lowest-priced reliable
battery you can buy.
30x3: ROYAL CORD TIRES $13.25
OTHER CORDS AS LOW AS $9.75
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
Ambition Without Thrift
Is Treasure Loft
Fabulous wealth lies hidden in the dark, unfath
omable depths of the seas impotent, worthless, be
cause it is inaccessible to man.
Like this lost treasure is an unthrifty man's am
bitions. Day dreams, air castles, and the far reach
ing plans for the future are NOT impossible for the
man who learns the value of thrift.
The bank book is the guide to success and the
realization of your plans. Save now; be able to
make your dreams come true; be ready for oppor
tunity when it comes.
This bank helps people save by paying 4 percent
interest on saving accounts. Start yours today.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bank Oregon
Cash & Carry Store
We Carry a Full Line of the Best Quality .
Also Preserves, Jellies, Cereals, etc.
In fact, most everything good to eat. We
believe in giving the best obtainble at the price.
We hate inferiority in products as well as in
men. We combine with our service in propor
tion a sense of fairness; a square deal always,
both in theory and practice; courteous treat
ment and consideration for the other fellow.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 1 and 2
Walter Heirs and Jacqueline Logan in
Sixty Cents An Hour
A comedy that is guaranteed to keep any
one in a good humor from start to finish,
and then we give you
Our Gang in A PLEASANT JOURNEY
Two more reels of pure fun.
SATURDAY, MAY 3
Marjorie Daw and Roy Stewart in
A Motion to Adjourn
A story of brotherly sacrifice.
Also FELIX in "The Goat Getter"
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
PLAYS AND VAUDEVILLE
Complete change of program each night
Watch for Announcement of Plays
30c and 55c