PAGE SIX THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY OCTOBER 16, 1924, Assies Meet Team 1 uor.i throughout From South Saturday tlk Multnomsti Club VingiUtird O. A. . books Tnrd B, Gam Ilk f. S. 0. Nrt SatottiaT. O'fgi.n Arrif utiirl Ci!r. Cor all, rt li-- ih pme with M j'ln.rr ah :ub iit 'Lin of th put rd rp tc:ed s the second v.a,r if tt. !''" fcr th Acinrt. InUrc-t -1 ''u'i.'E i-rrt circ. is turrd mrd n.c t .e Port land tit Si. urriay rn 0. A. C. th Irivcrkity of Southern fl,fc.rni it) thr f'st roal tfst oi slrrrrcth lor th ffason. W-.ut Cnarh ru! -Vhiss.er wms Kind to arm ir. Vuitnon-.ah fume, ht announced bflhr.d tkat he did lot ir.tcnd to ;i'..rnJ: ki chances pirift I". S. C. by ur-ir.g his best n-.en very hard araii.l the ciutbfrs. who are rot in ti conference, of course. Frank y .o;ntir.r fr next Satur days jran-.e, t.r.d a. ready the subject of much specu.ation, because of their one rnected showing of early season atrenfth, the Accn-s t;I t" to Fort land, kiKwinf that their perform ance there will be matched up and do'.-n the coast as perhaps no early season fame has been watched in years. A hot battle as a result, re tard ess of the outcome, is cor.sid- TfA cert.a.n. While t-chissler is handicapped by injuries and illness on the team, his ariv decision to keep an extra larce squad and maintain two "first" teams is proving its wisdom already. TRIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Oregon Agricultural College, Cor vallis. Oct. 15. A total of $4815 it cash priies is ready for distribution to boys' and girls' club members who are successful in competition at the Pacific International Livestock Ex position, which opens in Portland No vember 1. More than is offered by the exposition itse;f, an entire wing of the new building having been pre pared especially for these entries. Smouldering ! ! Other substantial prises are being of fered by various livestock associa tions throughout tht country, while inner of stock judg- At the Sunday School eestion at Bcthe! Chapel last Sunday, Mrs. A. M. Phelps mi pleasantly surprised when presented with a birthday gift. string of pearls, by her Bethel friends, expressing in a slight meas ure their esteem and appreciation. W. B. Barratt drove up from his Portland home on Tuesday and is pending a few daya looking after ri:iren interest here. Gilliam & Bisbees jZ? Column j& We can supply you with superior and Kentucky Drills m both hoe and disc. ! Copper Carbonate and1 Bluestone for treating wheat Look over your Drills and get your extras while our stock is complete. Su perior and Kentucky, and a few extras for the Thomas Drill. We arre agents for the Calkins Wheat Treating Machine. When you fail to get extras call on us and we will find them if they are made, but we must have the number. HEIN1E SAND yaw Gilliam & Bisbee EVERYTHING IN Hardware - Implements We have it, will get it or it is not made. (airier No, IIM1 Resenre District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CONPITION OF THE FARMERS & STOCKGROWERS NATIONAL BANK AT HErPNER. IX THE STATE OF OREGON, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 1. 1M4. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of other banks and foriejrn bills of exchange or drafts sold with the indorsement of this bank $169,591.49 Overdrafts, unsecured 218.90 I. S. Government securities owned: All United States Government securities (including pre miums, if any - 7,700.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.! - . 3.379.05 Furniture and fixtures 2,526.52 Real estate owned other than banking house - 10.561.20 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 18 834.0-1 Cash in vault and amount due from national banks 59,744.34 Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust com. panics in the United States (other than included in last two items above) 282.25 Total of last two items above $417.70 Miscellaneous cash items 314.30 732.00 Other assets, expense, interest paid, taxes, etc 1,111.30 Total ..J274.681.09 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in - - i 60,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 182.72 Total, last item above . $182.72 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Re serve deposits payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to check 179,456.92 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) - 1,875.87 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve $181,332.79 Time deposita subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings): Certificates of deposit (otheT than for money borrowed) 3,560.60 State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond .- 29,605.08 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve $33,165.58 Notes and bills rediscounted, including acceptances of other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank 10,000.00 Total $274,681.09 State of Oregon, Connty of Morrow, ss: I, J. W. Beymer, President of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. BEYMER, President. Subscribed and sworn to be fore me this 15th day of October, 1924. JOS. J. NYS, Notary Public. My commission expires June 8, 1927. CORRECT Attest: EMMET COCHRAN, J. G. THOMSON, J. D. FRENCH, Directors. COZY DOLAtf The baseball scandal following at tempted bribery of Heinie Sand, Phillie infieider, and for which Giants Jimtr.y O'Connel and Cozy Dolan were banished from organized base bi.ii, is xeptcttrd to furniah more fire works now that the world series C'itt(- are frdfd. Coming ! Carload of Netted Gem Potatoes Will Arrive the First of the Week. Priced at $2.00 100 On Arrival SEND IN YOUR ORDERS W.P.PROPHET WHICH STATE.WILL GROW? Washington - - - NO Income Tax Oregon INCOME TAX California NO Income Tax WE HAVE EXAMINED copies of the documentary evidence as to the effect of a state income tax upon Oregon. We are satisfied as to the genuineness of the documents. We find that this evidence substantiates the claim that many mil lions of dollars have been diverted from investment in Oregon indus tries that would provide a home market for Oregon agricultural prod ucts. We find the damage is so serious and of such extent that we appeal to our neighbors and to voters in all parts of Oregon to vote for the re peal of the present income tax and to oppose the enactment of any new state income tax bill, at least until such time as the other Pacific Coast states have enacted similar legislation so they cannot grow at Oregon's expense. We do not object to paying a state income tax, but we do object to imposing a tax that keeps capital out of our state, retards state devel opment and tends to leave our farmers dependent upon distant markets. We resent the tendency to give Orgon the reputation of being a "backward state." Oregon's resources and the courage and enterprise of her pioneer people entitle her to a great destiny. Let us all join hands to rid Oregon of legislation that handicaps Oregon development. READ THE NAMES OF THESE SIGNERS: J. W. Beymer, Heppner Vawter Crawford, Heppner E. D. Hallock. Heppner W. E. Moore, Heppner S. E. Notson, Heppner C. E. Woodson, Heppner J. V. Head, lone C. C. Grim. Irrigon W. R. Walpole, Irriifon Nellie May Hill, Lexington W. O. Hill, Lexington W. G. Scott, Lexington Jay H. Dobbin, Joseph Sam Litch, Enterprise Porter J. Neff, Medford A. L. Mills, Portland Frank C. Andrews, Portland H. D. Norton, Grants Pass James Pelton, Fort Klamath C. C. Clark, Arlington P. A. Frakes, Scappoose Charles W. Ellis, Burns B. H. Drager, Salem C. B. Teats, Rickreall Charles E. Gates, Medford Arthur M. Churchill, Portland H. W. Collins, Pendleton O. S. Blanchard, Grants Pass Thomas Gavin, Shaniko Charles H. Stewart, Portland J. W. Mayo, Stayton Phil Metschan, Portland A. D. Moe, Hood River Charles Hall, Marshfield S. P. Pierce, Sixes J. C. Perry, Salem Patsy Daly, Prairie City Robert W. Sawyer, Bend Joseph J. Keber, Mdunt Angel A1U B. Smith, Pilot Rock W. C McKinney, Milton D. H. Robbina, Mollala Charles T. Bennett, Mosier V. L. Lundy, Myrtle Point F. H. Churchill, Roseburg Fred H. Hopkins, Medford Wm. J. Liljequist, McMinnville S. L. Parrel, Newberg H. G. Endera, Jr., Ashland Fred Hollister, North Bend H. Wayne Stanard, Browneville J. T. t)on-gan, Bums W. C. Leever, Central Point H. W. Young, Corvallis C E. Ingslls, Corvallis L. D. Scarborough, Creswell J. J. Roberts, Redmond M. G. Hope, Vale W. L. Thompson L. A. Wright, Union Mrs. Lewis A. McArthur, Port land Mrs. C. E. McDowell, Prnieville Miss R. M. Steiwer, Spray F. L. Myers, LaGrande Kathleen M. Thornton, Lake view VOTE For Repeal Nellie May Hill, Lexington M. L. Boyd, Dallas . Oscar Hayter, Dallas Eugene Hayter, Dallas Louis E. Bean, Eucrene H. H. Hendricks, Fossil A. J. Egan, Gervais W. W. Lloyd, Halfway C, E. Woodson, Heppner 312 X Yes Ferd Groner, Hillsboro Blanche Cook, Jacksonville D. D. Joslyn, Jordan Valley G. W. Marvin, Silver Lake J. W. Hoech, The Dalles H. S. Brimhall, Tillamook C. D. Rorer, Eugene 8. C. Miller, Dillard J. Frank Adams, Merrill Fred W, Falconer, Pendleton Mac Hoke, Pendleton R. M. Fox, Portland Jay Gibson, Gaston Gertrude E. Glover, Klamath Falls Charles H. Castner, Hood River Charles Ray, Cloverdale G. M. Rice, Pendleton Frank Branch Riley, Por.land A, B. Robertson, Condon J. E. Roman, Astoria E. C. Sammons, Portland Chas. J. Shelton. Baker A. A. Smith, Baker Dan P. Smythe, Pendleton Conrad Stafrin, Dallas Geo. W. Steelhammer, Silver ton Mark N. Tisdals, Sutherlin N. G. Wallace, Prineville Carl G. Washbume, Eugene T. C. Wheeler, Cottage Grove J. L. Gault, Corvallis L. Barnum, The Dalles L. J, Chapin, Salem E. G. Favell, Lakeview August J. Stange, LaGrande E. J. Kuratli, Hillsboro Jess R. Lasnweli, Oakland R. J. Hendricks, Saicm Hall E. Hoss, Oregon City Wm. E. Daugherty, Echo W, C. Dalton, Klamath Falls P. F. Chandler, Canyon City W. C. Stewart, Dnyville . W. S. Ferguson, Athena H. W. Gard, Madras F. S. Butt, Huntington F. II. Gaulke, Joseph C. P. Bishop, Salem Klbert Bede, Cottage Grove W, F. Homans, Ontario George W. Huhbs, Silvorton A. L. Leavitt, Klamath Falli F. D. McCully, Joseph Lena Miller, Newport -Will M. Peterson, Pendleton Paul E. Pollman, Baker C. O. Portwood, Fossil Keith Powell, Woodburn George Putnam, Salem 800 MORE signers of above appeal; more than 1,500 contributors to expense of getting facts before voters; signers and contributors live in all parts of Oregon; this advertisement issued by C. C. Chapman, Edi tor of Oregon Voter, initiator of repeal measure; residertce, 169 Lowns dale St., Portland, Oregon. Wild Wett la East. Frwnd: What's th idea in cutting all thosa notches on your strinc .-heel ? Keeps your hands from slipping. I suppose?" Autoist: "Nope n e a tern habit o' mine. Every notch another pedes trian run down." The Truth, So Help Me Youth: "Do you think that mar nape changes things much?" Experience: "Well, slightly. Pur ! ing courtship you talk and she Hs I tens. After marriage she talks and i you listen. Then later, you both talk and the neighbors listen. Not That Kind. First Deb: "Have you ever been painted in oil?" Second Ditto: "Mercy no how do you get it off at night?" Red Eye Fable, "Hie!! I knew ser wus a catch in it somewhere! said the drunk as he opened the door. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Davidson of lone were visitors on Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Harlan D. Mc Curdy in Heppner. FOR RENT Furnished apartments with steam heat. Case Furniture Co WE HAVE IN STOCK 3,000 Lbs. of Copper Carbonate Approved by 0. A. C. Laboratories. For sale at a very reasonable price. We offer you Bargains in VAN BRUNT AND SUPERIOR DRILLS Peoples Hardware Co. For tiie Hunter New Stock of Real Leather VESTS and COATS Just Received We handle nothing but the best in leather work and dress coats and vests. Our prices range from $8.50 to $27.50 We have no sheepskin coats in stock. E. N. Gonty Shoe Store Maxwell - Chrysler Automobiles Fisk Tires and Satisfactory and Well Known Atwater-Kent Radio Sets. GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE Guaranteed Automobile Electricians and General Repair Shop. CITY GARAGE WALTER L. LA DUSIRE, Prop. Your Ship will coma in on time If you so will it. You and you atone steer its coune and its arrival depends entirely upon your judgment, your intelligence, your vision, your induitry, your watchfulness, and your desire to reach the port of Peace and Plenty. Start today on the good ship THRIFT maybe in a savings account, maybe through putting your savings to work for you in sound investments maybe through expansion of business along methods which proved af fective in smaller ways. We are in position to assist you. Drop in someday soon and let's talk it over. 4 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Farmers & Stockgrowers National Heppner Bailk Oregon THE GAZETTE-TIMES, ONLY $2 A YEAR A Closed Car For an Open Car Price The new Duplex-Phaeton replaces the time honored touring car. Baloon Tires, force feed lubrication, hydraulic four-wheel brakes (optional), bigger motors, many other new features for 1925. MAURICE A. FRYE Everything Electrical STUDEBAKER SIXES Star Theater Friday, October 17 WESLEY BARRY in "GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR." From the story by Geo. M. Cohan, depicting our young hero as being unwilling, like Geo. Washington, to tell a lie; he is so truthful that he causes much embarrassment. An elegant picture for young and old. Also LEATIIERSTOCKINGS Saturday, October 1 8 ELEANOR BOARDMAN in "THE DAY OF FAITH" By Arthur Somers Roche. A thrilling story of life in the high places and the low. Re member "The Miracle Man"? Here is a stirring photoplay that the critics are hail ing as an even greater film achievement. Also "SPIKES AND BLOOMERS" See the Girl Athletes. Sunday and Monday, October 1 9 and 20 Corrinne Griffith and Frank Mayo in "SIX DAYS" By Elinor Glynn. A thrilling romance of a girl rescued from society's auction block. Also Aesop's Fables and Topics of the Day. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2 1 -22 Pola Negri and Adolph Menjou in "SHADOWS OF PARIS" A story of "The Humming Bird" type, with a star particularly adapted to the role. Also "TWO TOUGH TENDERFEET" Two-reel Comedy.