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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1923.
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to lt.a'1Tftr S '.'rt.iav arid r' 'hf
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a rtttr yart r( 10 to f..
tliMnimiri fann wrr plud to bear that
SturfMd drf.-f.rr) 1 mstitis, this winnins
thr rhnnr.!.i,.T iri the ImpiUion 1.4itfu
Th;t d" iiiinir run- w a i iavrd Sunday at
Hf-rrni' u-n Jvk iKirbam attended from
Mi Itfiti htfakrrar, and Mr. Zo Watte
afin prut thf -;-t'nd at the liten H ad
ley hum. IVih g;ri are attending mm
mr rif-nia! ft IVniiieWm.
I a-t Fri.lav MTn1 Smith v m year
old . A f w rieitti hor ar.d wm of her
g-iri fntTt1. w;e invited in fur th after
noon Id bfiri erii-'irxte the orc.iin. Just
a th'- mol im(ortsnt part of the varty
w U he -i'rvii, I.an rertce Smith jumped
f rm a lnhle in the yard and bnke the
amaii Nni- in hi' left arm. Nate M scom
ber lot.k him to Herrriston nd Dr. liUley
iet the hune He i gittmg ftlonp nicely.
The rnt hn wt-re present at the party
were M i d-fd Alien, Mar Anne Chaffee,
find Mcrilhm.- Kmer, Warner. Kliti and
H emm. It m s-ad terminal ion to a
The same day that Lawrence Smi'h hroke
Vi arrri there an acrjdt at the Hen
ri nrks autit ramp. Bob Wanyner, who
fame recent )v frt' rr, the r 1 had jut filled
one of the ira-oiirte lr.terns when it ex
plodfd. Hi' hand was harried badly. Nate
MaKimber dnvf up just the lantern es
p!Ki"d and exttnpuishod the flkmi.
A third -eio.-nt occurred Friday. A
Mr H. H. Wclffl fi.ied the (ratline lamp.
ihe had unwillircly ppwled sume Caroline
on her dress. Ui.-r hc went to lieht the
cii nove wh.rh has to be primed with a
(r&soime torch She hit-w out the torch and
had piit it hack in its place when she no
ticed her dress wan a mass of dame. It
as of the nart that f.i:ppd over the head
She knew !he wouid riot have time enouph
ti slip it off no he had presence of mind
enouch to roll the dres up tifht in her
hands at d thd- smothered the flames. Al
thoturh her clothe wtre burned Mr. Wes
ton waf not injured.
Among the p iest? reentered at the High
was Inn jvcently were S. R. Sherwood and
wife of KeiM). W-., Mr.. Wm. Forburr of
Gladstone, Ore., M-. Wm. Sparre of Somh
Bend. Wash, Ja-. K-'hinson of Tarom. Mr.
and Mr. J. M. McTapc-rt of Salt Lake
City. l tih. A rroup of west intinii peo
ple were pue't-, R 1.. Thacker of Frankhn.
W. Va., Wti. A. t;te from Mart ins burjr.
J. Sites' from Upter Tract. W. and
James F. Thiimp!.in of Ka!:imore, Md.
Mr. and Mrv. John Mckenzie of Port
land ttoprwd on thrir way h.ime for a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Warner. Mrs.
Warner knw Mr. Me Ken lie's parents in
California a number of years a pvt.
M- and Mr. Biittervjck of Pendleton
spent the wtt-k-end at the Art Goodwin
home. Mrs. Kuttenick and Mrs. Goodwin
From Ohio were Firley McCeer- of Min
eral City and W. M Bright from Wilming
ton, a the camp grrouti'l? this wt-ek. L. L.
Kmirarrum of Camper, W-o., O. C. Pardu
of S&rtirem. Nrb.. A. D. Once from I lah
frank bart-in of i hicapo, were among
thivse who camped in arner b auto park.
Geo. Thoma. and - wife rejri?tered from
Boiie, and H E. Lrvitift from Errmett. Ida.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Loveti of Hood River.
T H. MrCaner and daughter of Santa
Anna. Caitf., and Mrs. W. A. Stt-wart and
dau(rhter of Fulierton. Calif, were house
ruests for the week at the J. McCarter
ranch. Me-dsn-if-a Loveil and Stewart are
Filler of Mr. McCaner, who is renting the
Harry Crawford pi&ce. Mr Loveii i' the
patrol officer on the highway at Hood
ban Kansier and family visited in Pen
dletn Sh'urd&y and Sjnd&v.
Fred Kdmuds and daughter. Alberta, of
Vancouver, Wn.. were here lat week look
ing after their ranch.
Mr. and Mr. Sam Parkey and children
oi dateway. Ore., were visitors at the Dil
lon borne over the wetk-eod. On Tuesdav
Mr. Par key 'b oidet stej-u&uphter arrived
on the tram and all d-par.vd together
their car for Joplm, Miouri. They wiil
return by Nrterr; otr 1. a Mr. Parkey
malinger of wm warehou; and must be
M. K. Marsha and dsugtj'.T Kat!een left
Tuesday f(.r Portland. Mr. Marshall -hipped
a number of hi theep from CaaUe
i(cK on ue-clay.
Eck Warren, who wgs in Monfana
the time of the earthquake, said that hi
raifk -h'k likif a Tin Line.
John Bnce and famiiy and Mr. and Mrs.
Fx k Warren pior,i ktrd at Imgun Sunday.
The directors of the water Ui-er? who get
water from the S nil: way, met Saturday
evenmg at H. H. Wton to plan for the
rerra:.fc-ement of the ritfiijn of water
and settlement of other dif.cu,'ties. There
wac a fair attendance. Jack Gorham
Dr. Oonnflly of The Daiies wa here
Haying if on in full swing again and ev-
Larl Cramer tuok Tn-te Hank" Cramer
to Hardman Snrday. H" will stay with
ha tttler. Mr. Hadiey, for the summer.
i). if. Warner wa plead to hae
n-;hew, Bernard Warner n Yakima, whoi
be fan not n for Hiars. eome on Tues
day for a brief vyit- Ki nephew wa
Mr. Warnvr o.drt b-i..ther s younge-t
C. G. Bia d n hK purchased a Ford
Uuni:g car from the Latour-;! A'.:o C'
fi.r u-t- un the nh'sA r,. Mr. B.aydifi
tKk'i t he rfc i ;d ren f rem Coyote tht year
ana be hav several.
H. H. M-Pherryn ha a 6-tube radio fet
in hich ho lMh. grii pi-a.-ure. lie
iii'-ajit-d it in the I'ant-nK'T home.
Mre. Pat Px'.t- b h--e from CondV-n
vwit:rg with hr parvnu, Mr. ar Mr.
A mail plot of field corn on the Frank
Cramer place in town i cs'i-mg mu'-h
wmncnt. Jt i fr "n- I'' Vj 12 f-et high
larg-. iir.irnu t.:ulk ;h rMdized earn
N-ver h mch Urge corn no grown br
j. A ( wan r ',ed to Portland Mon.
day brcauae of the d.h of hi' tn-ter, M--A.
K. h togbt, wh'i died oa fiundav eve-
t.u.g of toiic myu arditifc. Mr. Ojtb wa
di. ii to I'uri land tne we-k .reviout and
found hi i-ter' condition irr.proviiig, no
her denh came a a -h'jek.
Mr. Nk k in'!! of Coyote planned a
very pii. ant mrpntw for hr hj-lfand on
T ifwii. fftu,r in hwnor of hi- birthday.
The fteuii.ff pa -d raj.id:y. The hotet.i
her v -d a tiel irnni TviLt t. The gu-ti
were the I'm ..iru, Pv)L).m- Srnrh and fam
liv, Hiirvy Muff and w(fe. J'- Prottl and
M r. J'.h'i'in, Iee M'-fcd and fbmi! of
Mr. and Jflra. Wm. DeK"ri'- of Spokane
viMi.-d S-jthik u: the I'fiv.l M Rrn'.h h-me.
Ttiev Mere on their way to Portlnr.d i"d
otiier va I ley ji t. ' . M r. Ueof-ner r,i
Mr. Smi'lj at " iifter.
!t n ;.i.rtJ that J. A. Cobb h:j - iur
chimed or (ihn u pjM-ha-4' the Mwk Krjud
mir on Miir MrM, f-rrr,ery .x'-iji-d b
the ikj1 iia.i and re-',au; ar;t, r.J af'er a
Kn-at n.iiny miprorrin-ls mil' n.o-e t,t
eltire to that l-KMtmn. lie it at preeit in
the Murrhle building !. -e a ftore h;u
len ItM'Ml. mi.i-f ixjf etf-imn. '1'he Mmk
bui.duig Ih clo-er to fhe hij-riwaj-.
Mr. Min A hri'tlier and daughter.
M.H.e Ah- e, Wfi tb vr e j.Mt of the
wwk fur Mikkulo to vi u. Mr. A herfejter
ha g'.ne to Wtliit W.,ia at. .J the barber
t.luip df'e it no d. 'llif-y hh-.e ben here
Kalph ."ai ar.d NhI- Vw'-on.br wi-re
gtiet-u at the i'hh. ;otdin home f-T dm-Ut-r
J. C. Balli'iigfr iiao ret i.trneil f nm a
pleukunt week vit-it at b'-Ht-ide with hi
Mr. and Mm R.v Ibiwll ft. r a t-hort
viiii at Ui K Hand h'lrn- left Friday for
Mr. Klli left Fridny af'er a viit at
tbr 0ar Iterk h.-me.
The him tin arid BroyW fhifiiei' mrtori
(o Pha creik lo a!tnd the farmer- picnic
mi Wnitht Bio.' rinh
iF.ditor'a Noie Owing to la k of pacr
the aloty on the Hottidmmt innmunB y Hall
will not in' piibluhwi until lit it week-
About forty inn, women nd ehil-
dren of tht Cecil Ticimty who had
neither th aurplui enerty, timt or
cah to join Arlington in her bif eel-.
ebrtion on the r ourth met at th
hon'.e of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Screeter
at Cril. A splendid dinner was
erved on the lan and ice cream and
cake was the order of the afternoon.
Kveryone reported a pood tima and
many thanks are due Mr. and Mrs.
Streeter for the use of their grounds.
J oh an Thomsen of Lena arrived in
Cecil Saturday. He has been spend
ing; his vacation in Fort land.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stender and
daughter, Miss Gloria, of Seldomseen,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crab tree and fam
ily of Cuckoo Flats and Arthur Tur
ner of lone spent Saturday at Uma
Charlie Chandler of Willow creek
ranch spent a day or two during the
week doing the sights of Portland.
Mrs. A. Johnson of Heppner return
ed to her home after spending a few
days with Mrs. Alf Med lock at the
Poplars, near Cecil.
W. V. Pedro of Ewmg and his bro
ther, Manuel Pedro of California,
were doing business in Cecil on Sat
Miss Mary O Neal of Ewing spent
Thursday amongst her Cecil friends.
Mrs. Pat Med lock and daughter.
Miss Carrie, of Rockcliffe, spent
Thursday with friends in Morgan.
Franklin Ely of Morgan spent soma
time in Cecil on Sunday and forgot
what he came for, to announce that
he would shortly become a benedict.
Wid Palmateer of Windynook ar
rived in Cecil on Saturday from Jas
per. Wid has returned to harvest
his wheat crop which will start as
soon a? he has hi? men gathered up.
Wheat men are all too busy to even
com fop their weekly suppiy of
"chaw" so no reports of yield per
acre irt at hand as yet.
Earl Morgan of Broadacres was do
ing business around Cecil on Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Funk and daughter.
Miss Geraldine, of the Curtiss cot
tage, took in the b.g celebration at
Arlington on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd of Buttor
by Flata were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mr. Geo. Krebs at the Last
Camp on Sunday.
Al Henriksen of Pendleton spent a
few hours with his friends on Wil
low creek on Thursday before leaving
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hynd of Butter
by Flats left on Wednesday for Sump
ter. Granite and other points, where
Hynd Brothers have their sheep grat
ing for the summer. They were ac
companied by their niece, Miss Annie
C. Lowe of Cecil.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duncan and
family of Busy Bee ranch were call
ing in Cecil on Thursday. R. E. U
busy getting all things in order to
begin extracting his honey from the
famous Cecil apiary.
Mrs. Cecil Lieuallen and Mrs. Em
ery Gentry of Pendleton spent Thurs
day with friends in Cecil.
Cecil has been suffering from a
heat wave during the week ending
July 11th. July 9th the thermometer
registered 1004 degrees, Juy 10th
!00 and July 11th 98.
FORMER RESIDENTS MAKE VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Warren of
Boardman spent most of Monday in
Heppner, their old home, enjoying
the timt in visiting with numerous old
acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Warren
left Heppner more than twenty years
ago and Mrs. Warren had not been
here since. For the past two or three
years Mr. Warren has been engaged in
the mercantile business at Boardman,
having but recently disposed of the
store, and they contemplate return
ing to Portland, where they have a
home, to remain until some other bus
iness proposition presents itself. Mr.
Warren, as a boy, spent some time as
a printer's devil in the newspaper of
fices of Heppner and helped with the
getting out of the first issue of the
Gazette, afterwards working for Red
ington and for Homer Hallock on the
Times, the rival newspaper of those
early days. However, Harry did not
stay with the printing game, early de
ciding to take up some other business
for a livlihood. Mrs. Warren is great
ly interested in historical work and
the preserving of pioneer landmarks
along the Old Oregon Trail, being a
Dr. D. R. Haylor, eye
specialist of Portland, in
Hepnner July 19. 20, 21.
O. T. FergusoD of Siiiid Hollow is
grU.hf trillion riioly to U-gin thresh
tug; tht- nit of t'ie coining week. Sum
Turner, who operates in the same lo
cality, i now threshing, getting about
SO buhtl. Ilia irrmin was tha first
to rvclt the KiwHtor at Heppner this
i UlSsSj Excursion
on sale daily
to Sept. 15
limit Oct. 31
privileges going or
Visit the folk
now while the
fares axe low
Low fares alao to
Tel low stone
Ask for free booklet,
descriptive of these
C DA R BEE,
Gilliam & Bisbee's
j& Column j&
What the trees sang: "Ashes to
ashes, dust to dust, if the loggers
don't get us, the cigarettes must."
For the lawn and garden:
Hose and sprinklers. We got
Lamp black and oil is bad for
the wool. We have the "Harm
less" sheep marking liquid.
We are headquarters for pout
try supplies of al kinds.
INow is the time to clean up
and paint up. If you buy your
paints and varnishes from us you
will get the right price and qual
Winchester sporting goods are
Gilliam & Bisbee
Hardware - Implements
We have it, will get it or
it is not made.
Charter No. 3774 Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT HEPPNER, IN THE STATE OF OREGON, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON JUNE 30TH, 1925.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of
other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts,
sold with indorsement of this bank J614.390.75
Overdrafts, unsecured 1,519.72
U. S. Government securities owned:
Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par
All other United States Government securities
(including premiums, if any) 27,450.00 52.150.00
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: 28,295.43
Banking House, $26,000.00: Furniture and fixtures $5,500.00 31,500.00
Real estate owned other than banking house . 188.8.131.52
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 41,845.41
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks 78,059.31
Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies
in the United States (other than included in last two
items above) 4,834.47
Checks on other backs in the same city or town as report
ing bank 691.63
Total of last three items above $83,485.41
Checks and drafts on banks (including Federal Re
serve Bank) located outside of city or town of re-'
porting bank .' $915.99
Miscellaneous eash items 606.77 1,422.76
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S.
Treasurer - 1,250.00
Other ajscts - 6,692.66
Capital stock paid in .. $100
Surplus fund - 60
Undivided profit, . 2.
Circulating notes . outstanding 23,
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in
the United States and foreign countries 2;
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding 2.
Total of last three items above $4,586.58
Drmand depoaita (other than bank deponita) aubject to re-
R4-rve (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than
for money borrowed)
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge
of asset of this bank or surety bond -
Other demand deposits - 2,
Total of demand deposits (other than
bank; deposits) subject to Reserve $393,522.10
Tim deposit! aubject to Reserve (payable after 30 days or
subject to 80 days or more notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 67,
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge
of assets of thts bank or surety bond - 25,
Other time deposits 131,
Total of time deposits subject to reserve $224,286.70
Note, and bill, rediscounted, including acceptances of other
banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with
indorsement of this bank 113,
Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks sold for cash and
Slale of Oregon, County of Morrow, s:
I, W. E. Moore, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the abova statement is true to the best of my knowledge
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 13th day of July,
1926. RCHINA F. CO K RIG ALL,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My commission expires Aug, 18,
W. E. MOORE, Cashier.
member of th, committee of th Ore
gon chapter of th. Daughter, of the
American Revolution having that
work in charge.
PLEASE SETTLE VP.
Having lost all my business in the
recent tire, I find myself badly in
need of funds that I may pay those
whom 1 owe. I am therefore request
ing that all those knowing themselves
indebted to me will make an effort
to settle with me in full or in part
immediately. I shall greatly appre
ciate your help now.
Peoples Cash Market, Heppner.
FOR SALE Some 22 head of pigs;
inquire of Pyle A Grimes, Parkers
Priscilla dresses, very reasonably
priced, at the Curran Millinery Shop.
Horse pasture for rent. Telephone
7F11, Heppner. H. V. Coxen.
Dr. D. R. Haylor, eye specialist of
Portland, in Heppner July 19, 20, 21.
The Christian Endeavor society will
hold a sale of good thing, to eat at
the store of Humphreya Drug Co. on
Saturday, and desire the cooperation
of the members in this effort.
Mrs. J. O. Rasmus is a visitor in
Portland this week, enjoying the Elks
reunion. She accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. C. I,. Sweek.
Will sacrifice high grade piano
for immediate aale. Will give
eitty terms to an established
home. For full particulars ad
dress Portland Music Co.
227 6th Street, Portland, Ore,
Red Crown CrDUIfT CTATIAXI Union
Gasoline OLIUlUi JIflllUll Gasoline
Oils, Differential, Transmission and
TIRES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
loii uie ran a
J- SI i m s
-as m r r t sk i J r ' si
"Yes, sir, that old Ford hasn't soldiered a
day since I took to using this new Zeroleno
T' for Fords."
Ford owners who "tried out" Zerolene "F"
for Fords when it was first put on the market
have been sticking to it ever since.
Zerolene "F" for Fords is made by the
Standard Oil Company's patented vacuum
process. It lubricates all the bearing surfaces
where oil is needed, especially the wrist-pin
bearings and the upper half of the cylinder
walls, which are frequently "oil-starved"
when an unsuitable lubricant is used. The re
sult is improved gasoline mileage, quicker
starting and increased freedom from carbon
and other motor troubles.
A Ford is an A-l transportation invest
ment. Protect your investment by proper
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Will Soon Be Here
IT IS NOW TIME TO PREPARE
We have a large stock of Harvest
Supplies at the right price
Spokane Drapers Xnfsf
THE BEST DRAPER MADE ANYWHERE
John Deere Binders, Rakes, and
High Lift Mowers
This new mower is a wonderful machine with a guarantee
of satisfaction or money hack.
Look your threshing machinery over and let us supply
your drapers and repair parts before the rush season. Also
bring aldng the Missus when you do your shopping as we
carry a large stock of kitchen and table machinery.
Agents for J. I. Case and John Deere
es Hardware Co.
Good Merchandise at the Right Price
There's a RADIOLA for
PRICE CHANGES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st
Guaranteed to Aug-. 1st
RADIOLA III $45.25
(Not loud speaking)
RADIOLA III-A $98.50
(J108.50 30.00 down, (7.85 per month.)
RADIOLA REGENOFLEX $131.00
(J147.00 40.00 down, $10.70 per month)
RADIOLA X $165.00
($1810-45.00 down, $13.65 per month).
RADIOLA SUPERHETRODYNE, $272.00
($300.0O$75.00 down. $22.50 per month)
Prices include cost of delivery and Installation with guar
antee and three months' free service privilege.
A big organisation extending over three counties enables
us to give real service and satisfaction.
MAURICE A. FRYE
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL STUDEBAKER SIXES
The Home Is a Business
The many advantage sof the personal
checking account quickly appeal to women.
Paying all bills by checks eliminates all dis
cussions, as cancelled checks are receipts.
When the housewife has a checking ac
count, budgets are easier to keep; savings
are less subject to disturbance; thrift is es
tablished as a practice ; and the home is plac
ed in its rightful position as a business con
ducted along business lines.
Open a checking account for your wife
at this bank. Give her the opportunity to
show you how efficient she can be. No doubt
she will show you a healthy cash balance at
the end of the year on which we pay 4
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bsilk 0rc8n
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JULY 16-17:
SYD CHALPIN in
THE FUNNIEST FARCE IN FORTY YEARS.
Also "STOLEN SWEETIES"
Two-reel Monkey comedy.
Remember: There has never been a com
edy made with more laughs in it.
Adults 50c, Children 25c
SATURDAY, JULY 18:
LEFTY FLYNN and GLORIA GRAY in
"THE MILLIONAIRE COWBOY"
A two-fisted fighter in a red-blooded story of the out
doors. Action every second.
Also Comedy and News Reel.
SUNDAY and MONDAY ,JULY 19 and 20
CORRINNE GRIFFITH and CONWAY TEARLE in
From Gertrude Atherton's novel of the same name.
A startling revelation of the secret of youth and beauty.
The strangest adventure that ever befell a woman in an
unguessed world of love and romance.
Also Cartoon Comedy.
TUES. and WEDS., JULY 21 and 22:
AGNES AYERS and ANTONIO MORENO in
"THE STORY WITHOUT A NAME"
From "Photoplay Magazine's" prize title-contest
story by Arthur Stringer, A super thrilling radio ro
mance with a novel story and spectacular effects.
Also The Go Getters in "A Sleeping Cutie"
Mimi Palmeri in IT IS THE LAW.
Owen Moore and Sylvia Breamer in Thundcrgate.
Jackie Coogan in LONG LIVE THE KING.
Jack Holt and Ernest Torrence in North of 36.